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Orange Blossoms.

A very pretty wedding- took place in St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, on Wednesday last. The contracting parties were Mi: R. A. Georgeson, second son of Mr 'H. Gfeorgeson, of North Invercargill, and Miss Margaret C. Morrison, second daughter, of Mrs E. Morrison, of this town.; The ceremony was performed by the Rev. George ' Lindsay, while Mr G. A. Carr presided at the organ. The bride, who was tgiven away by her brother-in-law (Mr Jas. Elliott), looked charming in a richly-trimmed cream costume, and picture hat to match, and carried a lovely bouquet of cream roses and maiden-hair ferns.; The bridesmaids—Misses Georgeson, O. Findlay, and A. Morrison —looked pretty in cream voile dresses and picture hats to match. Mr Thos. Georgeson acted as best man, and Mr W. Urwin (Bluff) filled the duties of groomsman. The presents were numerous and costly, and the bridegroom’s gifts to the bride included a muff-chain, a watch, and a gold-mounted ivory hunting-horn brooch, while the bridesmaids each received handsome greenstone brooches. Between fifty and sixty friends attended the breakfast, and a large number were present at the social in the evening. Excellent music was supplied by Miss Sheehan (piano) and Mr Robt. McWhirter (violin).

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Orange Blossoms., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 41, 8 December 1906

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Orange Blossoms. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 41, 8 December 1906

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