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* [from our own correspondent.]


Reed—Hadler. A pretty weddirjg tock place on Tuessday at St. Andrew's Church, Litjtle River, between Mr Henry Heed, Second son of Mr and Mrs J. Reed, of Cooptown, and May Hadler, eldest daughter of Mr ajod Mrs Geo. Alfred Haider, Linwood, Christ Rev. B. G. Fox offi ..ciatetH* The bride waß ; attirjad in a beautiful drees of crepe de ,chene with fish>¥haped train, anc wore the usual'".veil and wreath of, orange blossoms, vJ3be carried a large buncb of arum lilies.. Her were MiS3 an£ Misrlff Regd/.who wore becoming dresses and lfjyp/ black hats. Ml Howl was atty by , brother as best man. 'Sj&'e'ibiide wills given" away by her TSbth'^r'Mr E. Hadleiy As the bridal Q lne oao ' r '- •' I*, hymn, •'jJl-'Voice That ■« -j/ ') er Edgp," and "at the gp. *. B, ftyvijpury played the '^Wi^^ij^J l,, church was. atefflli'-ibfe'occasioD, and &jM& it '* n & representative rose petals and couple Jefi. wAce ' tfceru. "The newly mar '*^B§py»S' J «pft by the afternoon -'j en route to .'■a'number of fiiends tcei%.ttiem 'Ju n *wt! Mr J enter"*y •''•' v t . mbrr of 'fptends at his ' aouse. U» .ji mid songs were in- i dufged in till an early hour. To mark tbe occasion tho choir pregented>Mr ! H. Reed with a beautiful fiilvec,eake ( dish suitably inscribed. MrF-.-fetan- i bury, in making the presentation, ro ! ferred to Mr Reed's long and faithful ) services. He attended tbe choir

during the past eight or nine yearg Mr Reed suitably responded.,;, - rr

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LITTLE RIVER NEWS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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LITTLE RIVER NEWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4354, 5 December 1913

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