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Adelaide Quiz And The Lantern Newspaper Archives Dec 29 1898, Page 10

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Adelaide Quiz and the Lantern (Newspaper) - December 29, 1898, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia fair and unfair. A very pretty White wedding was celebrated at Archer Street Wesleyan Church on tuesday december 20, when or. Sydney Albert vanes m.a., of Prince Alfred College Kent town was married to miss Catherine Drew daughter of or. And mrs. Thomas Drew of med indie. The ceremony was performed at 2 o clock by the Rev. Thomas Lloyd assisted by the Rev. J. Cowper Thwaite b.a., pastor of the Church in the presence of a Large number of guests and friends of the Bride and bridegroom. Usually at a wedding men Folk Are notice Bie by their absence but on this occasion there were almost As Many of the sterner sex present As there were ladies. Punctually at 2 o clock the Bride arrived at the Church and walked slowly up the aisle leaning on the Arm of her father who gave her away. The bridal costume was of richest Ivory White brocade with Yoke top and fucked sleeves of White Chiffon and lace the bridal veil handsomely embroidered in Filo Selle and worn Over a Coronet of Orange Blossom. A Large bouquet of White carnations orchids and Fern completed the costume. The Bride was attended by three bridesmaids her two Sisters being first and third and miss Phoebe Chappie second. The gowns were As the term White wedding implies All alike and a re of soft White Book Muslin and Valenciennes lace White leghorn hats with White Chiffon crowns and Large plumes. Their Flowers gave just the touch of color to set off the dresses and were Short Crooks wreathed with asparagus and Maiden hair Fern and Pale Pink carnations. The Church was very artistically decorated with White Flowers and pot plants and Long streamers of White ribbon. The Mother of the Bride wore a dress of Rich Black Moira relieved with White Chiffon and pretty Pink Bonnet. Among the guests present quiz noted mrs. John Drew in Black brocade and Vest of pleated White Chiffon White Chiffon and steel Bonnet with White Ostrich tips and or. Drew or. John Hill mrs John Hill Pale Floral Muslin trimmed with White watered ribbon and Chiffon Gold and Pale Blue Bonnet miss Hill White Lawn and lace Over Pale Green Black and White crinoline Straw hat miss May Hill White Coral Pink Pink Straw hat trimmed with White Chiffon and feathers or. Richard Martin mrs. Richard Martin Black checked silk Grenadine trimmed with lace and Jet Small Jet Bonnet with Pink roses miss Martin string coloured Grenadine yellow Straw hat with yellow and White Chiffon or. F. Chappie mrs. Chappie Heliotrope striped silk Black and Heliotrope Bonnet misses Brown Pale Grey and Pink mrs. Burford handsome silk open striped Grenadine Over Heliotrope silk Bonnet to match miss Burford White and checked Check Grenadine deep White Satin Collar and White Chiffon hat or. Burford miss Dreyer Floral Muslin and maltese lace Sun Burnt Straw hat with Black Chiffon and Ostrich tips or. W. R. Bay Ley or. Andrew Loutit mrs. Andrew Loutit White Book Muslin and lace White Chiffon hat and Ostrich feathers or. James Marshall miss Marshall string coloured Swiss Muslin with Belt and Collar of deep Orange velvet mrs. Mifflin Heliotrope figured Muslin and lace Black Chip hat miss Ruby Moffitn French Muslin embroidered Robe Over Pink and Pink rough Straw hat miss Kugelmann White Lawn White hat with eau de nil ribbon and clusters of Fig leaves and berries m r. George Crase mrs. Crase Black silk and Cream Guipre Pale Pink Straw Bonnet or. Fred. Sharland mrs. Shar land Black Grenadine Over Petunia silk or. Raymond Birks mrs. Raymond Birks Black silk and Jet Black hat with clusters of Pink roses or. W. Davidson miss Davidson Brown ottoman silk and Cream Guipre lace Gold and Brown Bonnet or. Norton mrs. Norton Heliotrope and White checked taffeta White hat and miss Mary Barker White Muslin and Grey and Pink hat. On wednesday afternoon december 21, a Well known society girl was United in marriage to a tasmanian gentleman the contracting parties being miss Catherine Harriot Henning second daughter of mrs. R. W. E. Henning of Langholm Childers Street North Adelaide and or. J. W. Chancellor Hamilton of Hobart Tasmania. The ceremony was performed at St. Peter s Cathedral North Adelaide by the pre Centor Rev. W. S. Milne or. A. H. Otto pre siding at the Organ. The Bride s tall commanding figure showed off to advantage ber very handsome bridal gown of Rich Ivory White Duchesse Satin with Yoke top and sleeves of fucked Chiffon the Long Square train carried across from the left shoulder was of Beautiful brocade edged Down the entire length of the right Side with Lovely maltese lace the lace being also carried across the foot of the train in festoons caught up by knots of Orange Blossom. She wore an embroidered veil with Coronet of Orange Blossom and carried a Large Shower bouquet tied with wide White Satin streamers. Her sister miss Gertrude Henning was the Only bridesmaid and wore a Lovely parisian frock of White Chiffon tucked from neck to foot and edged with a Yala Yeuse of soft White lace worn Over a White Glac silk slip. Her hat was of Black velvet with drooping Black plumes and Wreath of yellow and Pink roses under the brim a very narrow Black velvet but with Turquoise clasp and bouquet of Pink carnations and ferns completed a most becoming costume. Or. Hamilton was attended by or. Theo. Boothby As Best Man the Bride being Given away by her Young Sefc brother or. Mac Henning of West Australia. On monday afternoon miss Henning entertained a Large number of her friends at a reception and after the wedding the guests returned to Childers Street to breakfast. Or and mrs. Hamilton went to the Hills for a few Days but returned to spend Christmas Day with mrs. Henning and family on their Way to their Home in Tasmania. Mrs. Henning was in handsome Black silk Grenadine and Jet Black Jet Bonnet with White plumes and Pink roses among the guests present at the wedding were lady in a Pale Shade of mauve Muslin handsomely embroiled in Guipre White and Pale mauve Bonnet mrs. Fisher Black silk with revers of Saimon Pink covered in Jet miss Ida Fisher Heliotrope checked Muslin and White hat or. H. V. Rounsevell mrs. Mostyn Evan Pale French Grey and White or. Mostyn Evan mrs. Colonel Barber Pale Lavender Grey and White Bonnet of Pale Parma violets miss Lucie Barber Grey and White mrs. Ernest Peters Wald Pale Grey and White scroll patterned Muslin and Black Bonnet mrs. Charles Hornbrook Black silk Vest of White Chiffon Black Bonnet relieved by Petunia shaded Flowers miss Hornbrook Green Floral Muslin Green and White hat miss Lilla Hornbrook Pale Brown with Yoke of Turquoise Blue and Brown passement Erie or. Rupert Hornbrook mrs. H. P. Wilson wore a very pretty gown of Fine Black Canvas cloth and Chiffon Over Vieux Rose silk miss Dodd blues striped Grenadine and hat to match miss v. Dodd Salmon Pink Muslin and White hat mrs. J. W. Davis Black silk Berthe of handsome maltese lace Black and yellow Bonnet mrs. Scammell Black Black and White Bonnet mrs. Hamilton Black Satin revers of White edged with Cut Jet Black and steel Bonnet or. Hamilton mrs. Or Harrold Pale Green and White Muslin with Ruches of Green Chiffon Toque of yellow roses or. Harrold mrs. Charles Denton Black silk Vest of White accordion pleated Chiffon Pink Bonnet miss Barker Blue flowered Muslin and White hat and or. Denton. The marriage of miss Ethel Lohrmann the popular Young Singer to or. Oacar Harry of East Adelaide was celebrated at St. Augustine s Church Unley on wednesday december 21 the time fixed for the ceremony was half past two and Long before that hour the Church was Well filled by guests and friends of the Bride and bridegroom. The Rev. J. Hussey m.a., of St. Oswald a performed the ceremony Herr Hans Bertram officiating at the Organ. The Bride who looked very pretty wore a simple frock of soft White silk and Chiffon finished with knots of Orange Blossom and an embroidered veil. Her bouquet was of White orchids carnations and Fern. She was attended by three bridesmaids All in White with drawn lace hats. The two younger ones were Sweet Little fair dots in Greenaway frocks and silk mittens they All carried pretty rustic baskets of yellow soul shias and Maiden hair Fern. At the conclusion of the ceremony a reception was held at the Unley town Hall to which a Large number of guests were invited. Mrs. Harry the Mother of the bridegroom was gowned in a Pale Shade of Dove Grey trimmed with narrow Black Chiffon Ruches and a Dainty Little Black and White Bonnet mrs. F. Marcard Pale Pink Floral Muslin and White hat miss Hill Pale Micelle Grenadine and lace Over deep Turquoise Blue silk Turquoise Blue hat with Pink roses miss Samson White Muslin and eau de nil sashes miss Russell Grey coat and skirt and Pink silk Vest Pink and Grey hat mrs. Tom Harry very handsome costume of silk rep shot with Blue Pink Chiffon Vest and Large White hat miss Adelaide Porter White Lawn White and Pink hat mrs. J. B. Muirhead Pale string coloured Muslin Over Blue Pale Blue Chiffon hat to match mrs. Alfred Wells Heliotrope Muslin and lace Black and yellow hat mrs. A. A. Hamilton very pretty figured Blue Muslin with Black Waist Belt and Collar and Black and Blue hat miss Edith Hastwell Black and White mrs. J. Miller Anderson handsome Black silk and lace Black Jet Bonnet relieved with Pink miss Anderson White China silk and White hat mrs. H. Hayes Norman Black and Pale Blue striped Grenadine and forget me not Blue Bonnet miss Olive Norman Pale Dove color and White White hat. There were also present Rev. Or. Kenny incumbent All soul Sor. A. A. Hamilton and messes. James Hill Bailey Alfred Wells t. Marcard and t. Hardy. Or. Frank Hay Ward will leave shortly on a Holiday trip to England. Or. Hay Ward has booked his passage by the Britannia on March 2, and expects to be away Over next Christmas. The marriage of or. Frank St. Aubyn Harvey solicitor of Perth late of Waterford Ireland and Friend of or. King o Malle to miss Gladys Canning youngest daughter of or. M. F. A Canning which took place at the Catholic Cathedral Perth on monday december 12, is described As having been the wedding of the month. The bridesmaids were misses Pirie Canning Sandra orb now and Elsie Onslow and misses Jill and Dorothy Hassell were maids of Honor. Or. Marsden . To the governor was Best Man. There was an exceedingly fashion Able attendance. Up egalite shirt and Collar tailor Charles Street off Rundle Street opposite John Martin & co. White shirts made to measure from the Best Irish Linen and finest Long cloth 6s. 6d., 7s. 6d., 8s. 6d.$ old shirts renovated with Linen cuffs and neck bands is. 6d and 2s. Pyjamas ladies blouses habits shirts and collars to order. C. F. Newman & son nurserymen seeds men and florists. Agricultural seeds grasses Clover Lucerne. Vegetable seeds. Canadian wonder Beans Tomato water melons cucumbers trombone vegetable Mai Row a. For present sowing. Flower .-eeds.asters, balsams Cockscomb cos a. For Spring planting. Orange and Lemon Trees Hardy shrubs. Ornamental pot plants a speciality. Fresh Flowers always on hand. Wreaths Floral designs bouquets ac., Raade Tup in All the latest styles. 17 Rundle Street Adelaide Model Nursery Houghton. Branch no Barrack Street Perth , Victoria Park Nursery Perth grimms Universal rapid reckoner. A handbook of great advantage to business tradesmen Farmers &c., with illustrations of Haystack rectangular dam. Land Timber measurements &c., a. Is now out and offered for Sale at is., by Geo. Ado Grimm 5 Melvin Chambers Adelaide Kino William Street. agents receive a Good commission

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