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FOWLEa-r-YOTJiSG>--On Fe'oruatT 19, "at - the Grafroa-rd. TVesley-aTi -Church, by the Eev. iw. a. Tuck. II.AI. George William, eldest son -of J. W. Fowler, to Ethel. Fxnmgest danghtei- of the late James _ Young. X—URlE—MASON.—Omilarch 10. ISO 9. at - the residence of the (bride's mothor. Mt. RoskilL hy-xie Ti<?"-. Samnierville. John. Touns?«=t son of rhe leto ;Rr>l>-Tt Lanrip. of Henderson." to Asnes Ei'en. eldest daughter of the late John Jlasen, of Auckland. MAYSON—CALLINSON.—On March 4th. -3009. at Auckland, Llemellyn 3layson to ' Emma Cainnsou; jboth- of Karr.-uisshake. ! McGOWATT— DUNN.— On April Ist. 190 P. at St. Parrirf s -Cathedra 1, Auckland. Arthur, sfi.-ond sot of Mr. McDowart. ! E<!en " Tenure. Auckland (formerly of i P.-.isley. Scotland). 7o May Ann. third "danglitcr <Tf Mr. Duim, of Coi-omandel, New Zealand. HoWe' •pa-pc-rs pl?as? copy. A< Home Third Thursday", April CLoch iBAyD&RSON—wrLLI'S.—O-n March 10. IPO9, at Titt-st. Methodist Churc-h. Ani-k----la-nd. by Rev. J. A. Laxford. Arthur Cyril, .elder son of J. R. .Randerson. Wellington, to- Franoes Alice, eldest daughter \i£ xhe . la.te James WOiis, Ancklaiid. ITEIXEIRA—HAND.—On March 6th, IPOS, at the residence of the bride's loother. "Balmoral Villa." Northcote. by ttie Rev. •G. Y. Uohy,.M.A., Donald Joseph, second son of John Teiseira; - Pieton-st._ Poncoijhjr. to Roseina. eldest dangltej-'of the late- Jolm Samuel Hand.

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MARRIAGES., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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MARRIAGES. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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