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SOCIAL OnAprill0th a very large number of ersons assembled at "Pleasant View," Koraheim, the residence of Mr. Carl Krieg, to witness the marriage of his eldest daughter, Ottilie Emma (Tela) to Mr. W. H. Paschke, of Wail. The bride was attired in an exquisite gown of cream silk, beautifully draped with t chiffon and orange blossoms, and wore a pretty diamond ring and bracelet, 1 thegift of the bridegroom. She car ried a handsome shower bouquet, and I a lovely wreath and veil completed the I bridal toilet. The bridesmaids were t Miss Olga Krieg (sister of bride), who looked very graceful in a simple dress of white China silk, and Miss Paschke (sister of the bridegroom), Misses Gertio Sallman and Rosie Harders (nieces of bridegroom) All wore rich dresses of cream lustre, with chiffon r and lace trimmings. The groomsmen were Messrs. G. Paschke, P. Noske, r II. Dshlenburg and A. Krieg. The r large diningroom in which the wedding i ceremony was performed was artisti- n cally decorated with pot plants, flowers v and grasses, and when the bride, lean ing on the arm of her father, and t attended by her maids, put in an o appearance, the room presented quite g a pleasing aspect. The Rev. Mr. b Mackie, assisted by the Rev. Mr. it Holmes, performed the ceremony, s after which the newly married couple t and the guests adjourned to an adjoin. ing building, specially erected for the a purpose, where the wedding breakfast a was partaken of. Several suitable t toasts were honored and the best e wishes were expressed for the future a happiness of the bride and bridegroom. During the afternoon several outdoor I games were indulged in, but when n night came dancing commenced, and S was kept up till morning with a occasional intervals for refreshments. a In the early morning the newly mar ried couple left for their home at Wail. n The bride's travelling (costume was a pale brown coat and shirt with a tl cream silk front and hat to match. h The Misses Rosie Feery, Allie, Ada d and Lottie Krieg delighted the guests n by dancing a "Fairy Dance" in- cos tume, so much so, that it had to be a repeated three times. Mr. Reynolds tl acted as M.C., and music was supplied ti by Miss Feery and Messrs. Noske and as Paschke (piano) and Messrs. Harry Dahlenburg and G. Barmby (violin). ea Before breaking up the company g thanked Mr. and Mrs. Krieg for the t kind way in which they were enter- c tained. The following is a list of the wedding pre- 5 sents:--Bridegroom to bride, gold bracelet, d set with diamonds and rubies; bride to bride groom, set of gold studs and sleeve-links, set I1 silt diamonds; bridegroom to bridesmaids, diamond bracelet: father of bride, cheque ; mother of bride, house and table linen and bed a room furniture ; brothers of bride, diningroom S suite; sisters of bride, sideboard and gold d brooch, set with pearls grandmother of bride, handsome mirror-fronted wardrobe; MIr. and I Mrs. 1'. Dahlenburg, tapestry table cover; ; Mr.and Mrs. H. E. Dablenburg, silver en rared fruit stand; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dah lebunrg, fancy China tea set ; M~esrs. H. and W. Dahlenburg, silver forks and spoons in cse; Mr. E. A. Dahlenburg. jun., silver and ruby jelly dish ; Misses Ida and Ruby Dah. !enburg, ruby salt cellars; Miss Amanda Dab- f, lIreorg, ruby water jug; Misses Ruby and 01ga Dahlenburg, ruby fruit and jelly dishes : Mr. and Miss Feery, painted fire screen ; Mr. I. Young (Horsham) richly engraved silver biscuit barrel; Mr. and Mrs. Harders, dinner and te set: ; iss Rosie Feery, handsome a painted cushion ; Mr. and Mrs. Moll (Murtoa) a cl?s tray, water jug, glasses and fruit dish ; Mr. Noske and Miss Paschke, silver and cut glass dinner cruet; Mr. and Mrs. Sallman, daier tea pot and pickle cruet: Mr. and Mrs. t Holmes. silver and cut glass pickle cruet ; Mr. and Mers. Noske (Horsham) drawing-room lamp; Menzel Bros., enlarged silver cake- I rand; Mr. Sheridan, set of carvers and breadknife; Mr. and Mrs. J. Noske,fancy tea pot; Mr. Seeltger, two pairs of slippers: Mr. and Mrs. Huff, silver cake stand ; Mrs. Linke, I ruby glass sugar basin; Mr. and lirs. Bach, sdversugar scuttle ; Mr. and lIrs. Walsgott, dlrer sugar basin; Mr. and Mrs. Sack (for sham) handsome marble clock ; Misses T. and C. Koop, shaded vase; Mr. and rs. Schbultz, 'irer and glass breakfast cruet ; Mrs. Menzel, nikle lamp; Mrs. Keopsecut glass fruit stand; Mis Koop, honey bowl ; Misses Mirth, cut glass cakestand; ;Miss L. Sallman, pair of rases ; Miss Sallhan, candlestick, bread-board and knife; Mr. and Mrs. Rouert, oak and 'dler butter basin Percy and Osberga IRaert, silver cake fork; DMr. and Mrs. Eng lnom, silver and cut glass biscuit barrel ; ir. and Mrs. Mullin, silver tea pot ; Mr. Walters, diler mounted pipe is case Mr. and IMrs. Giddings, pair of fancy vases and flower stand. At the Church of Enghland, Condah, on Tuesday, Mr. S. Hardy, son of Mr. W Hardy, of Condah, was married to Miss Mary Edith Cross, of Wallace dale, On Tuesday, at Warrabkook, Mr. R. J. Ford, of Hawkesdale, was mar- ried to Miss Reed, daughter of Mrs. Reed, of Muddy Creek and Warrab- kook. At Christchurch, Hamilton, on Tuesday, Canon Hayman officiating, Mr. W. S. Laurence, of the National Bank, Gisborne, was married to Miss Emma Rippon, the church, beauti fully decorated, being crowded. The marriage of Mr.J. A. Larkan, of Stawell, second son of Mr. Seymour Larkan, of Stawell West, with Miss Weldon, of Echuca, is ar- ranged to take place on the 22nd inst.