MARRIAGE AT SOUTH lEVEECARGILL. An interesting event on Wednesdays last was the wedding at the Bowmont street chapel, oi Mr . Claude Belsham with Miss Milly Fellows.; The ceremony was performed by Mr W. D. Little, evangelist. As the families of both bride and bridegroom arc widely known and universally esn teemed, the building was filled by, interested spectators. Miss Florrie Fellows and Miss Ada Belsh'am acted as bridesmaids, while the groomsmen were Messrs Templeton and Percy Fellows. The bride was dressed in cream embroidered voile, with Parislenne insertion and ruched ribbons, with very becoming wreath and veil.’ The bridesmaids wore cream nuns' cloth, supplemented with lace and ribbons, and picture hats to match.; Immediately 'after the ceremony the bridal party drove off to the photographers in well-appointed carriages, supplied by Mr Boyce. Crinan street. 1 Upon their return to the residence of the bride’s parents, over 80 couples sat down to a sumptuous repast 1 . Toasts appropriate to the occasion were duly honoured, the speeches connected with them being both witty and the cause of wit in others. A 1 multitude of useful and ornamental ■articles by way of presents testified to, the esteem in which the young' couple are held. In the evening a numerous party assembled, and merriment continued well into the small hours. Mr and Mrs Belsham have gone, north for the honeymoon.
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Orange Blossoms., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907
Orange Blossoms. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 21 September 1907
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