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WAA BRIDES RETURN1:. L. to R.: Mrs J*. Baird, Mrs R. E. Bourke, and Mrs C. W. Furnagen arrived in the Stratheden.
Melbourne girl wed in London
White marquisette with guipure lace at the waist and neckline, and a headdress of white tulle edged with pearls were chosen by Miss Felicity Harrison, only daughter of Brigadier and Mrs E. F. Harrison, of Toorak, for her wedding gown, when she was married to Major William Hine Haycock, of Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, at Christ Church, Down st, Mayfair, on Saturday. Her brides- maids, Miss Anne Hine-Haycock, Miss Susan Yencken, of Melbourne, and Miss Zellie Llewellyn, wore white sharkskin crepe frocks and head- dresses of roses with scarlet streamers, and they carried autumn roses. Major John Ormiston was
The bridegroom is the only son of Mr and Mrs A. L. Hine-Haycock, of
Kittefy Court, Kingswear, Devon, and after a brief honeymoon in South Cornwall he will rejoin his regiment in Greece. He will return to Eng- land next yeal', and, with his wife, hopes to visit Australia as soon as possible. A reception was held at 15 Berkeley st, Mayfair, at which many noted Australians in London at-