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EASTERN AUSTRALASIA. ITEMS BY MAIL. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Friday 30 January 1914 page Article 2014-04-16 18:52 Mrs. Cobham Watson, react of George
Cobham Watson, of Marina, Ryde (Syd
86th year. She had lived in the Ryde dis
sister of the late Mr. James Squire Far
Mrs. Cobham Watson, relict of George
Cobham Watson, of Marina, Ryde (Syd-
86th year. She had lived in the Ryde dis-
sister of the late Mr. James Squire Far-
McPHAIL—RUDD. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 25 February 1915 page Article 2014-04-16 17:59 silk crepe trimmed with floral trim
mings, whit§ Tagal lijt_.- with Lancer
silk crepe trimmed with floral trim-
mings, white Tagal hat with Lancer
McPHAIL—RUDD. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 25 February 1915 page Article 2014-04-16 17:59 . McPIIAlL — UUDD.
Thomas's, Lcwiaham, on December Jf),
by Rev. Ilathor M'Giivio, between Hec
tor, youngest fton of Mrs. II. Mul'hail,
Cobar, and Irene iMtoriel,- second daugh
ter of -Mt. and Mrs. II. Rudd, Avon
sido, Frazor-streot, Dulwich Hill (lato
of Wellington). The hrido woro a
frock of ivory crcpo de chine, trimmed
with silk shadow iace, seod pearl trim
ming-. and court train, and a wreath of
orango blossoms, embroidered veil, and
also carried a bouquet. Miss Sylvia Itudd
(cousin), acted as bridesmaids. Thoy
wore frocks of white embroidered voile,'
mob caps, trimmed with piuk bobe roses,
and black velvet streamers. They car
ried nonquota o'f pink cactus dahlias,
of the bridegroom. Mr; Samuel MTliail,
of Cobar, waa best- man, and Mr. Alfred
Hyde, groomsman Tho roc cation
was hold at Baumann's Red Room,
where about 50 gu(?sts were received '1-y
the brido's mothor. She woro a grey
hat, with Lancer plumes. Tho happy
couplo left for tho honeymoon at the
South Coast; the ibrido wearing apricot
silk crope trimmod with . floral trim
McPHAIL — RUDD.
Thomas's, Lewisham, on December 19,
by Rev. Father M'Guvie, between Hec-
tor, youngest son of Mrs. H. McPhail,
Cobar, and Irene Muriel, second daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rudd, Avon-
side, Frazer-street, Dulwich Hill (late
of Wellington). The bride wore a
frock of ivory crepe de chine, trimmed
with silk shadow lace, seed pearl trim-
ming, and court train, and a wreath of
orange blossoms, embroidered veil, and
also carried a bouquet. Miss Sylvia Rudd
(cousin), acted as bridesmaids. They
wore frocks of white embroidered voile,
mob caps, trimmed with pink bebe roses,
and black velvet streamers. They car-
ried bouquets of pink cactus dahlias,
of the bridegroom. Mr. Samuel M'Phail,
of Cobar, was best man, and Mr. Alfred
Hyde, groomsman The reception
was held at Baumann's Red Room,
where about 50 guests were received by
the bride's mother. She wore a grey
hat, with Lancer plumes. The happy
couple left for the honeymoon at the
South Coast, the bride wearing apricot
silk crepe trimmed with floral trim
WEDDING HILLS—AARONS. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 25 February 1915 page Article 2014-04-16 17:53 ley,. Sydney. A reception was after
wards held at the Went worth Hotel,
Sydney, .where tho guests were received
by tho Misses Josophino aud Dorothy
Aarons, sisters of tho bride, the form
er wearing pale blue crppo do chine,
with black ninon, and guipure laee. Tho
wedding couple aftor.wards loft for tho
crepo do' chiuo, with pretty mole fea
ther boa and hat- ensuite.
ley, Sydney. A reception was after-
wards held at the Wentworth Hotel,
Sydney, where the guests were received
by the Misses Josephine and Dorothy
Aarons, sisters of the bride, the form-
er wearing pale blue crepe de chine,
with black ninon, and guipure lace. The
wedding couple afterwards left for the
crepe de chine, with pretty mole fea-
ther boa and hat ensuite.
WEDDING HILLS—AARONS. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 25 February 1915 page Article 2014-04-16 17:52 A vory pretty ovening wodding was
solomnisod on Fob. 8, at St. Matthias'
Church, Paddiagton (Sydnoy), whon
William Edward, /only son of 'Mr. W.
Hills, ''of -Birkenhead, England, was
married to Aimeo. Nanima, second dau
ghter of the late Mr. Josoph Aarons, of
Wellington, Now South Wales. Tho of
ficiating clergyman was tho Eo'v. S.
0. Fielding, an old friend of tho (brido'a
family, who /had christened her.
Tho- bride, who waB given away
by her guardian, Mr, John Stinson,
looked vory charming in a gown of
white crcpo dc chine, trimmed with
Mechlin lace and pearls, and wore tho
customary wreath nnd veil. Tho train
of- orange blossoms, aud alio also carried
a bouquet of tuber roses aud carnations,
which; -with a necklace and pendant,
wore the bridegroom 's gifts. The two
attired in pretty white niuon frocks
over pink silk, and woro tulle caps
also carri? d bouquets of piuk nnd white
were the gifts of tho bridegroom.- The
best man was Mr. C'.-ll. Edgar Jennings,
solicitor, of Windsor, and lio grooms
man .was i.Mlr. L. G; Logan, of Waver
HILLS— AAKONS.
A very pretty evening wedding was
solemnised on Feb. 8, at St. Matthias'
Church, Paddington (Sydney), when
William Edward, only son of Mr. W.
Hills, of Birkenhead, England, was
married to Aimes Nanima, second dau-
ghter of the late Mr. Joseph Aarons, of
Wellington, New South Wales. The of-
ficiating clergyman was the Rev. S.
G. Fielding, an old friend of the bride's
family, who had christened her.
The bride, who was given away
by her guardian, Mr. John Stinson,
looked very charming in a gown of
white crepe de chine, trimmed with
Mechlin lace and pearls, and wore the
customary wreath and veil. The train
of orange blossoms, and she also carried
a bouquet of tuber roses and carnations,
which, with a necklace and pendant,
were the bridegroom's gifts. The two
attired in pretty white ninon frocks
over pink silk, and wore tulle caps
also carried bouquets of pink and white
were the gifts of the bridegroom. The
best man was Mr. C. R. Edgar Jennings,
solicitor, of Windsor, and the grooms-
man was Mr. L. G. Logan, of Waver-
HILLS— AARONS.
WEDDING REES—HERRING. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 28 January 1915 page Article 2014-04-16 17:47 A quiet wedding took placc in St.
John's Church ot England on Tuesday
afternoon, wheii the marriago of Mr.
John ilee», son of Mr. B. Reos, of Wel
lington, and Misa E. Herring, eldost
daughter of Mr. Herring, of Burrondong,
I was celebrated. Tho eeromony was
performed by tho -Re, v. Canon Barry
Brown. Tho brido, who was attired in
cream, pailetto silk,' elaborately trimmod
with silk laco, and woro a meath and
veil, was given awqy by hor father. Tho
bridesmaid was Miss Roes, sister of tho
bridegroom, who was dressed in -wliitc
cotton voile, trimmod with shadow laco
and insertion to lniitch, and woro a laee
hat. The best man was Mr. F. Reos,
brother of the bridegroom. Tho brido 's
gift to tho bridosgroom was a. pair of
gold sleevo links, and tie bridegroom's
gift to the brido was a gold bracelet.
The bridesmaid's gift from the bride
groom wis a gold brooch. The best
man's gift to tho bride was a gold
brooch. A number of useful and beauti
ful presents were received by the, new
ly-married eouplc, including several che
at Mr. Kimboil's, wherp tho usual
BEES— HERRING .
A quiet wedding took place in St.
John's Church of England on Tuesday
afternoon, when the marriage of Mr.
John Rees, son of Mr. B. Rees, of Wel-
lington, and Miss E. Herring, eldest
daughter of Mr. Herring, of Burrendong,
was celebrated. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. Canon Barry
Brown. The bride, who was attired in
cream, pailette silk, elaborately trimmed
with silk lace, and wore a wreath and
veil, was given away by her father. The
bridesmaid was Miss Rees, sister of the
bridegroom, who was dressed in white
cotton voile, trimmed with shadow lace
and insertion to match, and wore a lace
hat. The best man was Mr. F. Rees,
brother of the bridegroom. The bride's
gift to the bridesgroom was a pair of
gold sleeve links, and the bridegroom's
gift to the bride was a gold bracelet.
The bridesmaid's gift from the bride-
groom was a gold brooch. The best
man's gift to the bride was a gold
brooch. A number of useful and beauti-
ful presents were received by the new-
ly-married couple, including several che-
at Mr. Kimboil's, where the usual
REES— HERRING .
WEDDING CAHILL-M'CARTHY (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 25 January 1915 page Article 2014-04-16 17:43 CAHIILL — M'CATHY.
CAHIILL — M'CARTHY.
WEDDING CAHILL-M'CARTHY (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 25 January 1915 page Article 2014-04-16 17:42 CAJIILL — -f 'C'VIITH Y.
A quiet wedding was colebrated in St. |
Patrick's Church this moruing, the
contracting parties be.ing Mr. William
Cahill, eldest son of the late Mr. P. Ca
hill, of Blayncy, and Miss Irene McCar
thy, lifth daughter of Mr. D. M 'Carthy,
oi luumnil. ruo ceremony was penorm
ed by the Kcv. Monaignor Long. Tho
with guipure lace, and wore the custom
jfold brooch, both of which' were the
gifts of the bridegroom. The brides
maids wero the /Misses Philomena Ca
hill and Tcssie M'Carthv. They Were
embroidery, aud wore mob caps. The
gifts of the bridegroom were gold pen- 1
dants. Mr. J. M'Carthv was the best j
man. After the ceremony the bridal j
?party returned to Mumbil, where the J
of the bride's parents, and the usual fe
licitations expressed. Mr. and Mrs. Ca
hill left by the mail train in the even-,
ing for Sydney where the honeymoou
will be spent. A large number of pre
sents wero received.
CAHIILL — M'CATHY.
A quiet wedding was celebrated in St.
Patrick's Church this morning, the
contracting parties being Mr. William
Cahill, eldest son of the late Mr. P. Ca-
hill, of Blayney, and Miss Irene McCar-
thy, fifth daughter of Mr. D. M'Carthy,
of Mumnil. The ceremony was perform-
ed by the Rev. Monsignor Long. The
with guipure lace, and wore the custom-
gold brooch, both of which were the
gifts of the bridegroom. The brides-
maids were the Misses Philomena Ca-
hill and Tessie M'Carthy. They were
embroidery, and wore mob caps. The
gifts of the bridegroom were gold pen-
dants. Mr. J. M'Carthy was the best
man. After the ceremony the bridal
party returned to Mumbil, where the
of the bride's parents, and the usual fe-
licitations expressed. Mr. and Mrs. Ca-
hill left by the mail train in the even-
ing for Sydney where the honeymoon
will be spent. A large number of pre-
sents were received.
MILITARY WEDDING. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 14 January 1915 page Article 2014-04-16 17:38 ? ? ? ? i
MILITARY WEDDING. !
.. On Saturday, tho 2Sth November, Mr
Edgar IMioseley, ofiicer commanding 'B '
company of tiio 42nd Regiment of In
Parsonage, Summer Ilill, by the Rev. A.
Coopor, to Miss Eva Male, third daugh
Wellington. Tho wedding was a quiet
ono in view jof Mr. Moselcy's approach
ing departure on active service in con
the expeditionary force. Jlo left Wel
lington last night, and ivill carry with
him tho good wishes of his many
frieuds, that ho may bo spared to do
good wbrk for the Empire, and return
homo covered with laurels, and rejoice
over victories he has don.o his part in.

MILITARY WEDDING.
On Saturday, the 28th November, Mr
Edgar Moseley, officer commanding 'B '
company of the 42nd Regiment of In-
Parsonage, Summer Hill, by the Rev. A.
Cooper, to Miss Eva Male, third daugh-
Wellington. The wedding was a quiet
one in view of Mr. Moseley's approach-
ing departure on active service in con-
the expeditionary force. He left Wel-
lington last night, and will carry with
him the good wishes of his many
friends, that he may be spared to do
good work for the Empire, and return
home covered with laurels, and rejoice
over victories he has done his part in
WEDDING SHEEN—McKENNA. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 31 December 1914 page Article 2014-04-16 17:34 Mr. and Mrs. H. McKenna, of ' West
Mr. and Mrs. H. McKenna, of ' West-

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