$ DUTHIE.—BARLOW. A marriage of more than usual interest t-ook place in St. Paul’s Methodist Church, Leet st., on the 20 th ult., when the Rev. A. Mitchell united Miss May Barlow, fourth daughter of Mr E. Barlow, the popular proprietor of the Jubilee Store, to Mr A. G. '.Duthie, oldest son of Mr Geo. Duthie, the well-known contractor of this town. The bride was tastefully attired in cream silk, prettily trimmed with lace, ribbon, and wore the usual veil and orange blossoms, and carried a lovely shower bouquet. Miss Ruby Barlow, as bridesmaid, was attired in ivory silk, trimmed with silk insertion and chiffon, and wore a white embroidered hat, relieved with pink roses; while the second bridesmaid (Miss E. Gerbes) was daintily attired in pale blue silk and insertion, finished with chiffon, and wore a pretty hat of figured muslin and lace relieved with pale blue flowers. After the ceremony an adjournment was made to Ashley’s Hall, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was laid out, and a very enjoyable time was spent, followed by a social in the evening. The bridesmaids were presen ic'd with handsome necklaces of Oriental pearls, the gifts of the bridegroom. The happy couple left for the North on their honeymoon trip amidst showers of good wishes and rice. The bride's travelling dress was of pale green cloth, trimmed with dark green velvet and silver buttons, with a lovely hat of pale green chincheil trimmed with heliotrope flowers. BOXI FA CEMcFEELY. A pleasing ceremony took place at St. John’s Church - on Wednesday morning, when the Yen. Archdeacon Stocker officiated at the marriage of Mr J. E. Boniface, eldest son of Mr J. Boniface, farmer, Thornbury, and Miss May McFeely, daughter of. the late Mr D. McFeely, formerly of Riv-erton,-and brother of Mr H. McFeely (teacher of Avondale school). After the ceremony, an adjournment was made to Mr Allen's fine new hall, where a nicely-prepared breakfast was laid out. A numerovs toast-list was gone through, and everything pass-cl oh in happy style. The bride was attended by Miss- RoInna Anderson, of Mataura, and Miss Grace Flint, of this town as bridesmaids, while Miss Kate McFeely (sister of the bride) and Miss Mona McKenzie (least Invercargill) tilled the duties of flower girls in fine style. A very large number of cost ly prej sents were received, showing the popularity of the young couple, and they commence their new life under the most happy auspices. They had a lively time at the station, and must have been glad indeed when the guard gave All clear !” They went north to Lawrence, where it is intended to make their future home, Mr Boniface being engaged in the. , mining industry in that district. We trust that the new Mrs Boniface will prove the best '•'nugget” it has been his lot to discover.
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Orange Blossoms, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 6 April 1907
Orange Blossoms Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 52, 6 April 1907
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