A very pretty wedding took place at St. Peter's Church, Akaroa, oni' Tuesday last, the contracting parties being Mies Mould and Mr Alex Dux bury, of Robinson's Bay. MissjMould is the eldest daughter of Mrs George Mould, and Mr Duxbury; the fourth son of Mr J. Duxbury, sen., both old settlers of the Peninsula and of Robin son's Bay, The bride was' accompanied by one bridesmaid, Miss Nellie Mould, her sister; the best man be ing Mr Thomas Duxbury, brother of the bridegroom. The bride was given away by her eldest brother, Mr Geo. Mould. The church was well filled, and the Rev. A. H. Julius con ducted the service, the organist, Miss Davidson, playing the wed ding march as the happy couple left the church. On their re appearance on their way to the oar, the newly wedded couple had to run the gauntlet of showers of flowers, con fetti, and rice. Mr John Duxbury, father of the bridegroom, was present at the ceremony.
After the ceremony, the friends of tbe bride and groom assembled at the Kowhai tea rooms as tbe guests ol Mrs Qeo. Mould Tbe usual toast list wae gone through, and the happy couple left by car for Gbristcburch.
In tbe evening Mrs Mould invited a large number of iriends to her home in Robinson's Bay, and tbe evening was spent in card playing and music A tasteful supper was partaken of. At tbe close of the evening, Mr W. W, Williams, on behalf of those present, thanked Mrs Mould, her daughters and sons, for their kind invitation to be present, and young and old joined hands in tbe singing of "Auld Lang Syne."
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WEDDING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 15 June 1915
WEDDING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 15 June 1915
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