Wedding. A PRETTY wedding took place at Christ Church, Lavender Bay, on Friday, when Mr. W. H. Baxter, eldest son of Mr. H. Baxter, Goulburn, was married to Miss Mary Studdy, formerly of Goul- burn, and sister of Mr. A. J. Studdy, (Googong), and Dr. Studdy of Sydiney. Canon Vaughan, asssisted by Rev. W. A. O'Neill, performed the ceremony. The bride was dressed in a costume of white chiffon over glace, with the cus- tonmary wreath and veil. The brides- maids were Miss Irving, a friend of the bride, and Miss Baxter, sister of the bridegroom. They were dressed in white silk muslin, and wore white crinoline hats. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Collett and Mr. Baxter, his brother. The wedding breakfast. at which there was a large number of guests, was held in the Masonic Hall, Walker-street, North Sydney. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter left by the express for Melbourne, where the honeymoon will be spent.