f-JOFFMAN - LeLIEVRE. A wedding took phce on Tuesday, 25th August, at thfl residence of the bride's mother, Mrs E. L. Lelievre, Beno t Street, Akaroa, when Cecilia Roaina, Huoond daughter of the Irttn Mr E L Lelievre, was married to Mr William Hoffman, of Te Kuiti. The bridp, woo wns given away by Mr Graham, lcokt d veiy n.c« in a fioek of brown velvet, wifh Orient*! trimming, brown velvfit has with oream velvet plume. Mi;a Gad.ye L lievre, pister of the bride, w»s the It-ading br (it-Finaid, nnd wore champjgne silk poplin •liiiiined wi h inß«rti'>n, nni cream sa-h ani black beaver hat trimmed with tangeriue fmuher. Frarcis Glynan. neice, and Lillias Fenis, cousin of the bridp, were younger rrtdrSinaidfl. and wore cream crystalline d'ti'S 05 !, trimmad with, lace and insertion, in I cinnumon Hashes with hats to match Master Ceoil G yuan, nephew of the bridp, act"d us ba c t man. After thi marriage ce'emony, which was perfemed by the Rev. Fath'i , Bonet'o, Mr and Mrs Hoffman left by motor for Chrietchureh, where they are to spend their honeymoon before proceeding to tneir home in the North Island. The btidegroom's f-'ift to ibe bride wae a gold chain and pendanc and to the bridesmaids gold brooches.
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WEDDING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4425, 1 September 1914
WEDDING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4425, 1 September 1914
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