Dancing party at Wakefield
ago. Tie evat of tbe week has been however the dancing party given by tbe Misses Allaia ai incir cuuntrv home u .l..i.! div evening. Tnigh ten Biiles li'siant from town, many guesta were attracted, aa were others from different parta of tbe parish, the - " for a grand reunion .f v.i..; 'n"'.1'.';. -"-"if- -"-"if- -"-"if- -"-"if- -"-"if- The residence at Wakebeld tbe ancestral home of the Stir-l!ups-is Stir-l!ups-is Stir-l!ups-is Stir-l!ups-is Stir-l!ups-is cf the nsual ir .f Z. ..L..Z. -an"-- -an"-- -an"-- -an"-- sf'ssiaas-g sf'ssiaas-g sf'ssiaas-g sn luav I 'f"0"' balls and rooms, and therefore well sdspted for a Urge party! n . .. ... " amMmw- amMmw- ir.i 11 ice t,a.-s t,a.-s t,a.-s Allain. a Quartette .f . ann se.-t se.-t se.-t y.Ming ladies, were assisted in re ceivinr by their mother, Mrs. Altaln. snd their uncle. CI. L..uis Stirling, also asaisie in doing tbe honors cf the house The awtrT? agents were beautifully decorated witn gar-lxnda gar-lxnda gar-lxnda ef evergreena and with vines, whose delicate delicate tracincs of rreen wee. -LT. -LT. ". walls and .urtalns and trailed around ibe Immense pillars of the veranda. Flowers were banked m the maut. ls and hearths. The even uj an present, ef whom there uere cotml.lerably more than a hundred, be. freshmeat. were served at Intervals, mod these, with the owinna nt ih. Z . ine b.v a late rain, and th ':''"""' I nients which a gracious bospitalltv k.ri T. I vkied made tbe danc7a perfect sne.