ANDERSON—NUTSFOKI).—On' the 22nd January. 192 D, at St. Matthew's Church, Auckland, by Canon Grant-Cowan, Thomas Alfred, second son of' Mrs. Annio Anderson, of Wellington, to I Hazel, youngest daughter of Major Niitsford, M.8.E., and Mrs. Nutsford, of Auckland. COOK—•RASH.—On the Ctli March. 1021), at St. Mark's Church. DufTerln street, by tho I!cv. H. K. K. Try, Frederick Benjamin, second son of Mrs. JS. Cook, to. Frances Elizabeth (Jihi), youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Rash; botli of Wellington. HALL—CUNNINGHAM.—On the 20th February, 1929, at St. Mark's Church, Dufforln street. Wellington,' Cecil William, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hall, Island' Bay, to Edna Annie, only daiisrhter of Mrs. Cunningham and the late Mr. IS. Cunningham, of Wellington. OLDHAM—HOOPER.—On (ho 7th. March. 102(1. at St. .Mark's Cliuroh. Wellington, by the Rev. A. T. Erlstod Eajrd. of Scatoun, Alfred Fatca,-youngest son of the late Mr. 0. W. Oldham. Taranakl. N.Z., to Hose Margaret, ' eldest daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. C. Hooper, London, England. i TOTCE—JOHNS.-^6n the 12th February, 1920. at St. Peter's Church, Wellington, John Blundell, son of Mr. and Mrs. "W. H. Price, Chrlstehurch, to Viva Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Johns, New Plymouth. SIII3AT—NEWTON.—On the 22nd January, 1029, at St. John's Trcsbytorlan Church, Wellington, hv the Rev. Rcorgo Budd, William Alfred Sheat. 8.A., LL.B., younger son of Mr. and Mrs. .7. Sheat. Hawera, to Ella Marjorle Newton. M.A., younscst daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. W. 'Newton, Lyall Bay, Wellington. » ■ THOMAS—BALDWIN".—On the ]Oth March. 1029, at. St.. Stephen's Manse, Duiicdin. by the Rev.' Thos. Miller. M.A.. Torcy Copeland, ohlv sun of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Thomas. Wellington, In Iris Hilda, only daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. T. Baldwin, Thompson street, Wellington.
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