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WEDDING.

BIMBER-SMITH.

Ad interesting wedding was recently celebrated at Duvauchelie Bay, the contracting parties being Miss Bmitb, daughter of Mr R. Smith, of Akaroa, and sister of Mrs 8. Vogan, and Mr P. G. Bimber, manager of Mr

Birton'd White Kock s'ution, Wairarapii. The ceremony took place at the residence of Mr S. Vogan, tbe officiating minister baing the Key. J. W. Hayward. There was a largo at tendance of'friends,* and the marriage hymn wa* aung The bride wore a handsome dress of cream eilk voile trimmed with pearlp, with veil atid orangq blossoms (new style). Tbe bridesmaid was Miss Daphne Williams who wore a pretty dress of pale blue. Mr. W. Smith, of Ohristcburob, brother of the bride, was best man, and the bride was given away by her brotherin law, Mr 8. Vogan At the breakfast which followed the usual toasts were heartily honoured, viz, "Bride and Bridegroom," proposed by Rev. J. W. Hayward and responded by Mr Bimber; "Theßridesmaids," by Mr S. Vogan ; "The Parents," by Mr Brbwnlee. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a gold bangle watch and to tbe bridemaid a gold pendant. Amid good wishes and showers of tice, the wedding party motored through to Chriaicburcb en route to Wellington.

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WEDDING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3479, 30 July 1915

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WEDDING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3479, 30 July 1915

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