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NIAGARA.

A wadding of considerable interest locally took place on Wednesday, the 12th inst., when Miss Annie Junge, daughter of Mr Junge, of Waipatio, was married to Mr Geo. Hayes, of Niagara. The ceremony was held at Niagara, and the knot was efficiently tied by the Rev. Father O’Donnell. A company of about 75 sat down to the breakfast, and a very very merry was spent until the evening, when a very enjoyable dance followed. I counted 32 couples up at the grand march, and there appeared to be as many seated round the room, unable to take a part in it owing to the .want of space. The bride wore a dress of white lustre, trimmed with brocaded silk and chiffon. The bridesmaid (Miss Florrie Hayes) was dressed in pale blue silk, with white trimmings, and she and the bride .wore brooches, the gifts of the bridegroom. The syndicate who leased Robson’s mill have put in a good tramway, and some bridges, but have had a bit of hard luck in having tw T o breakages, causing the loss of two weeks of fine weather ; but they are cutting some first-class timber and have several offers for their output at top price.

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NIAGARA., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 11, 29 June 1907

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NIAGARA. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 11, 29 June 1907

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