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WEDDING.

-» TIBBY— WEIGHT. If the old Baying is true that " hapny is th( bride the eun shines on." the bridal partj who met at tbe w ninui Church an Tuesdaj last was yerv fortunate. The bride was Mi«* Elizab th Dora Wright, daughter of Mi William Wright, formerly of French Farm and now liv'mg in CbriPtchnrch. She was married to Mr Henry Ernest Tibby, son o Mr Tibby, ooaohpaiDter and wheelwright, o Hamilton. 'Peculiarly enough the brid*groort was born in Akaroa, hie father having buili the smithy that uaed to stand where Wneo fcerle's Hotel motor garage now is. The Rev A. H. Julius, of Akaroa, performed the cere* mony. The bride, who was jziven away bj her father (Mr William Wright) looked ver3 handsome in a white satin wedding drees, trimmed with beautiful lnoe and insertion and she wore a veil and orarp*< bloEsonm Her bridesmaids were Misses Wiunpr, ol Wainui, and A. Stewart, of French Farm, They both wore becoming white corded *i k frooks and wedgewood blue bpnvpr hnts. The bride and bridesmaids all canipd bouquets. Mr Norman Wright, of French Faim, noted as best man. The service was a fully choral one, Miss Hooker presiding at the organ. After the ceremony the bridal party adjourned to Mrs Warner's residence, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was set out However, 89 the young couple had to be in Barry's Bay to catch tbe motor coachps on their way to Little Biver, not raucb time could be deyoted to the (oast list.' The Bey, A. H. Julius proposed the toast of the "Bride and Bridegroom," to wbioh the bridegroom responded by making a very neat speech. Other toasts were "The Bridesmaids," pror posed by Mr Ernest Wright and responded to by Mr Norman Wright, and "The Bridegroom's Parents," proposed by Mr W. Wiu'tifr. A feature of the wedding was the beautiful Cike made by Messrs Haylock and Davis, of Akftioa, and it tasted rb well as it looked. Mr and Mrs Tibby lpft for Chriatchurch en rouie to Hamilton, which will be their fu'ure home.

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WEDDING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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WEDDING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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