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OBITUARY. (Article), Western Herald (Bourke, NSW : 1887 - 1970), Saturday 18 October 1913 page Article 2014-04-24 17:50 1 OBITUARY.
of MrT. Dillon, of Uiiary Prrk, Browarrina,
about 45 years of age. General nympathy
is felt in Bourko for the borcaved family.
OBITUARY.
of Mr T. Dillon, of Briary Park, Brewarrina,
about 45 years of age. General sympathy
is felt in Bourke for the bereaved family.
Wedding. CHARLTON—NEWTOWN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 6 June 1927 page Article 2014-04-24 17:47 The duties of best man -were car
?ied out by Mr. J. Charlton, brother
jf the bridegroom, while Mr. N. , ,
\Tewton acted as groomsman. After
-,he ceremony the many^ guests wei'e
mtertained by Mr. ancl Mrs. .New
; on at their residence. The presents
,vere numerous and , costly,
t number of . cheques. -
;ouple left by the night's U-tSfh -- 1 or '
jydney, the bride travelling W a
vine crepe-de-chene frock, and felt .
lat to tone.
The duties of best man were car-
ried out by Mr. J. Charlton, brother
of the bridegroom, while Mr. N.
Newton acted as groomsman. After
the ceremony the many guests were
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. New-
ton at their residence. The presents
were numerous and costly, including
a number of cheques. The happy
couple left by the night's train for
Sydney, the bride travelling in a
wine crepe-de-chene frock, and felt
hat to tone.
Wedding. CHARLTON—NEWTOWN (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 6 June 1927 page Article 2014-04-24 17:45 ? Wedding.' '
.CHARLTON— NEWToM
A very pretty ceremony was sol
emnised in the Burrandong Presby- ^
borian Church on Saturday, 2&th
Vlay, by the Rev. II. G. Ford, when
Audrey, .-eldest daughter of Mr. and
.VIrs.sJ. Newton, of Burrandong, was
' harried to James,, youngest son oi
'?Mr;- and Mrs. W. Charlton, ol! Oakey
jhurch -on the. arnvof her. father, -ivas
laintily, fro.cked in white .crepe , do .
? :hcne and georgette. She wore the ,
aistomary wreath and Veil' and ? cavf
?ied a- posy of. white, roses and ; pink
:arnations.' The bridesmaids, Mis
es Cecile Newton , and Jeam Hough,
.vere prettily attired in nevvro.se
;:rcpe de cjhene frocks, with pink tuile
/-eils held in place by bandeaux of
losies of pink roses' and carnations.
, Tli'n. liri'rlK wlin ntltprfrl I'.Vin
- '
Wedding.
CHARLTON— NEWTON.
A very pretty ceremony was sol-
emnised in the Burrandong Presby-
borian Church on Saturday, 28th
May, by the Rev. H. G. Ford, when
Audrey, .eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Newton, of Burrandong, was
married to James, youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Charlton, of Oakey
church on the arm of her father, was
daintily frocked in white crepe de
chene and georgette. She wore the
customary wreath and veil and car-
ried a posy of white roses and pink
carnations. The bridesmaids, Mis-
ses Cecile Newton , and Jean Hough,
were prettily attired in newrose
crepe de chene frocks, with pink tulle
veils held in place by bandeaux of
posies of pink roses and carnations.
Creek. The bride, who entered the

THOMPSON—MENDHAM. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 2 June 1927 page Article 2014-04-24 17:23 rose charinelaine, with , hat to tone.;
The .former carried a handbag and'
the latter wore a fur . choker, gifts
of the bridegroom. Father 'Nolan
was ' the' cefeWaritr. ' ' '.The'.'-* wedding'
breakfast was served at the Blue:
Salon. Mr. -Wilfred Edwards oc-, ?
cupied the 'chsiir, and the usual
toasts were honoured. The bride!
happy couple left by train later -in
the eyenirig, carrying with , them the
best ?wishes 9!' their many friends.' j
rose chamelaine, with hat to tone.
The former carried a handbag and
the latter wore a fur choker, gifts
of the bridegroom. Father Nolan
was the celebrant. The wedding
breakfast was served at the Blue
Salon. Mr. Wilfred Edwards oc-
cupied the chair, and the usual
toasts were honoured. The bride
happy couple left by train later in
the evening, carrying with them the
best wishes of their many friends.
THOMPSON—MENDHAM. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 2 June 1927 page Article 2014-04-24 17:22 THOMPSON — MENDHAM. ?
A popular wedding amongst Euchr .
areena people was cele'ttrated at St.
Joseph's Church, Orange, last night;
when Mr. Leo Thompson, son -of Mr
and Mrs.- Emanuel Thompson, of
Cronga Park, Euchareena, was' mar
ried to Miss J-/i:iie lvienanam, aaugn
ter of the' late Arthur Mendham and
Mrs. Mylendham, of East Orange.
The ' br(de looked very becoming in
a. pretty travelling dress of a new
shade of cvclamen, with a mulberry
velvet hat and darlc^portwine coat,
which was the gift of the bride
groom, sis' well as a choice sheaf of
roses arid lilies, as she entered the
Sloane. She was attended as bridesn
maids by Miss . Muriel Mendham, in
applergi'een crepe'-de-chene, ' trini-.
med with, coffee-coloured lace, and;
hat to match, ' arid Miss Phyliis
.Thompson; who was attired iri'bdis de
THOMPSON — MENDHAM.
A popular wedding amongst Euch-
areena people was celebrated at St.
Joseph's Church, Orange, last night,
when Mr. Leo Thompson, son of Mr
and Mrs. Emanuel Thompson, of
Cronga Park, Euchareena, was mar-
ried to Miss Lillie Mendham, daugh-
ter of the late Arthur Mendham and
Mrs. Mendham, of East Orange.
The bride looked very becoming in
a pretty travelling dress of a new
shade of cyclamen, with a mulberry
velvet hat and dark portwine coat,
which was the gift of the bride-
groom, as well as a choice sheaf of
roses and lilies, as she entered the
Sloane. She was attended as brides-
maids by Miss Muriel Mendham, in
apple-green crepe-de-chene, trim-
med with coffee-coloured lace, and
hat to match, and Miss Phyliis
Thompson, who was attired in bois de
Wedding. PAYNE—WEST. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 2 June 1927 page Article 2014-04-24 17:17 Royal Ilail. , The bride's mother re
ceived the. guests in a navy morocain
ensemble, with hat en suite. .The
bridegroom's mother was f rocked in
DiacK chenille georgette, with hat t&
cheques, also a handsome 'silver . on^.
tree dish and cut' glass celery vase
from the members of' the . R..C.
car for Canberra, Mt. Kosciusko ,an-l
'floral trimmings, and hat en suite;
^heir future home will be in Dubbo;
Royal Hall. The bride's mother re-
ceived the guests in a navy morocain
ensemble, with hat en suite. The
bridegroom's mother was frocked in
black chenille georgette, with hat to
cheques, also a handsome silver en-
tree dish and cut glass celery vase
from the members of the R.C.
car for Canberra, Mt. Kosciusko and
floral trimmings, and hat en suite.
Their future home will be in Dubbo.
Wedding. PAYNE—WEST. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 2 June 1927 page Article 2014-04-24 17:16 Whiteley.' The ; bride looked 'dainty -
in a frock of ivory chenille geor
gette arid silver lace, with clusters of
orange blossoms; arid carried a show
er bouquet. The court train 'of chen
seed pearls, her brussels net veil wis
worn with a coronet of orange blos
Francis Payne, sister of. the bride
pretty frock of mauve taffeta arid
tinted- flowers. , She wpre „..ja tulle
bandeau.; Patty Hyde,' cousin' of the
ibridbj- - acted as trsiin bearer, arid
wore a sweet little frock of . shell
pink : crepe-de-chene, trimmed 'with
:malinns lacc arid hand made flowers,
?with pink tulle mob , cop. Mr. Harry
Sicard. fulfilled, the duties of best
'man.-' ? The reception was held at thb
Whiteley. The bride looked dainty
in a frock of ivory chenille geor-
gette and silver lace, with clusters of
orange blossoms, and carried a show-
er bouquet. The court train of chen-
seed pearls, her brussels net veil was
worn with a coronet of orange blos-
Francis Payne, sister of the bride-
pretty frock of mauve taffeta and
tinted flowers. She wore a tulle
bandeau. Patty Hyde, cousin of the
bridbe, acted as train bearer, and
wore a sweet little frock of shell
pink crepe-de-chene, trimmed with
malines lace and hand made flowers,
with pink tulle mob cop. Mr. Harry
Sicard fulfilled the duties of best
man. The reception was held at the
Wedding. PAYNE—WEST. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 2 June 1927 page Article 2014-04-24 17:12 A very pretty wedding wa.-? cele
brated in the R C. Church, Geurie, |
at. a nuptial Mass on the 27th April,
Rev. Monsignor E. P. O'Dorineil
solemnized the marriage. The con-;
Pavne. onlv son of Mr. and Mi's. G.
F. Payne, of Dubbo, and Doris, eld
est daughter : of Mr. and Mrs. -J. II.
West/ Geurie. The .'bride entered
the church on tlie -arm of her father
to the strains of Mendless.ohn's wed^
ding ' March, played by- Miss Ethel
Wedding. |
A very pretty wedding was cele-
brated in the R. C. Church, Geurie,
at a nuptial Mass on the 27th April,
Rev. Monsignor E. P. O'Donnell
solemnized the marriage. The con-
Payne, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G.
F. Payne, of Dubbo, and Doris, eld-
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
West, Geurie. The bride entered
the church on the arm of her father
to the strains of Mendlessohn's wed-
ding March, played by Miss Ethel
Wedding.
Obituary. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 28 April 1927 page Article 2014-04-24 17:10 ; A sad death took place at the Wel
morning, when Mrs; Child, a resi
dent of Newcastle; passed away at the
early age of 45 years. The de
an internal complaint, came to Wel
survived by -a sorrowing husband and
taken to Newcastle by train on Wed
Jane Stoll, of Marrickville, for
February 18 last, aged 74J years,
and her estate has now, for pro
Mary Saunders and Helena Augus
A sad death took place at the Wel-
morning, when Mrs. Child, a resi-
dent of Newcastle, passed away at the
early age of 45 years. The de-
an internal complaint, came to Wel-
survived by a sorrowing husband and
taken to Newcastle by train on Wed-
Jane Stoll, of Marrickville, for-
February 18 last, aged 74½ years,
and her estate has now, for pro-
Mary Saunders and Helena Augus-
Wedding. NEVILLE-POTTS. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 28 April 1927 page Article 2014-04-24 17:06 marriage ceremony, the guests ad
journed to the- home of the bride's
held. The Rev., Father Curran pre-,
bride. Toasts suitable to the oc
in a frock of black repp-, touched
She carried a posy of mauve cac
Sydney, and the South Coast. ^ The
?bride travelled in navy crepede
and hat- to tone, with a beautiful fur
coat. Their future1 home will be at
many cheques. Prior to the wed
ding the bride was; presented with a
of Mary. , .
marriage ceremony, the guests ad-
journed to the home of the bride's
held. The Rev. Father Curran pre-
bride. Toasts suitable to the oc-
in a frock of black repp, touched
She carried a posy of mauve cac-
Sydney, and the South Coast. The
bride travelled in navy crepe-de-
and hat to tone, with a beautiful fur
coat. Their future home will be at
many cheques. Prior to the wed-
ding the bride was presented with a
of Mary.

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