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♦ LAOKNER—BUNNY. A woddiog of interest to Akaroa peopie took place on Tuesday afternoon, when Miss Edith Lilian Bunny was married to Mr F. J. A. Lackner. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr H. Bunuy of Grehan Valley, Akaroa, and spent all her life in Akaroa. Bhe wore a beautiful white embroidered Indian muslin, an embroidered veil with orange blossoms. »ml carried a sheaf of arum lilies. ISbe was given away by her father, Mr H. Bunny. The bridesmaids) Mia;ea Mabel and Mary Buncy, sisters of the bride, wore becoming pink floral crepon froots with Dolly Varden hata. They carried bouquets. Mr E. Cornwall acted as best man. The servise was held iv St. Peter's Church, Akaroa, Rev. A. H. Julius officiating. A large number of friends assembled at thechurch and showered the bride with rica roses, and confetti. After the ceremony a number of friends assembled at her parent's residence, where afternoon tea was partaken of. A feature of the wedding was the beautiful wedding cake made by Messrs Haylock and Davis. The bride and groom drove away in Mr J. Phillips new waggonette. The bride's t> iiveiling dress was a cerise brochure poplin, and the wore a Doily Vardeo bat' trimmed bab trimmed with ro3es and cerise tibbun. The bride was the recipient of a number of useful wedding presents.

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WEDDING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3456, 27 November 1914

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WEDDING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3456, 27 November 1914

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