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The bride wore emeralds

COR her marriage to Mr. Peter Leslie Orme- Wilson at St. 1 Mary's, Kangaroo Point, yesterday ofternoon. Miss Isobei Margaret Ferrier wore a magnificent parure of emeralds and nearls.

With a soft magnolia sheer gown she wore a handem broidered veil. The parure, with matching ear-rings, is an heirloom in the' family of the bridegroom, who! is the elder son of Sir Leslie arid Lady Wilson. The bride is the elder daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Per rier, of Surat. St. Mary's Church was chosen by Mr. Peter Wilson because his parents had been regular1 worshippers there when Shi Leslie was Governor of Queens-! land. Because the church is away from main traffic arteries/

there were no crowds of curl-! ouk .sightseers. The church was! comfortably filled. ' Miss Mary Tuite, the brides-' maid, wore bud pink. I Mr. Tom Bartlett was best! man. At the reception at Twenty nine Murray Street, 40 guests wete entertained by Mr. and1 Mrs. Ferrier. | Sir Leslie and Lady Wilson came from England especially' for the wedding. They will re turn south to-morrow to sail, by the Orontes. : Mr. and Mrs Peter Wilsonj will honeymoon in Svdnev.

Miss Margaret Itobel Ferrier, wearing a magnificent parurs of emeralds and pearls for her marriage yesterday lo Mr. v Peter Leslie Orme Wilson.

Miss Margaret Itobel Ferrier, wearing a magnificent parurs of emeralds and pearls for her marriage yesterday lo Mr. v Peter Leslie Orme Wilson.

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