A quiet but pretty ' wedding was solemnised at St Mary's Church, New Plymouth, by Rev. F. Gr. Evans, on Tuesday, 19 th inst. The contracting parties were Mr Sydney George Smith, of the Railway Department, fifth son of Mr E. Metcalf Smith, M.H.R., and Miss Elsie Rose Herbert, third daughter of Mr G- H. Herbert, of Kent Road, late of the Royal Engineers. Miss Daisy Smith acted as bridesmaid, and Mr Hugh Herbert attended as groomsman. The newly married couple have the best wished of a large circle of friends.
JV>r E. T. Morshead, who recently retired from the P*st and Telegraph Department after mauy years* seryicej ,1s \riih Mrs Morshead, spending a few days in New Plymouth. Mr Kendall, Chief Sanitary Inspector; 'is in ( town for a feWjdays of inspection
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Personal Notes., Taranaki Herald, Volume XLIX, Issue 11824, 22 November 1901
Personal Notes. Taranaki Herald, Volume XLIX, Issue 11824, 22 November 1901
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