EGREMONT LADY’S WEDDING
IN SOUTH AFRICA.
A pretty wedding took place at the English Church, Vogelfontein, on June 25th, the Rev. Linwood WRIGHT officiating, of Miss. Hannah BORROWDALE, third daughter of Mr. And the late Mrs. BORROWDALE, late of Egremont, Cumberland, and Mr. Edward NOBLE, the Village Deep, late of Newcastle.
The bride was given away by her father, and looked very pretty in a silver grey dress and black Tagel hat, with Lancer plume, and wore a gold bangle the gift of the bridegroom. Miss. Ava BORROWDALE, sister of the bride and Miss. Clara HAYTON, cousin of the bride attended as bridesmaids, and looked very becoming in white satin dresses with hats to match. Both wore gold brooches, the gifts of the bridegroom. Mr. ARMSTRONG, of Boksburg, very ably carried out the duties of the best man.
The bridal party and guests were conveyed to and from the church in a motor car. The wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride, where the usual toasts were given and responded to. A reception was held in the evening, when about 40 couples were entertained, including many Cumbrians. Dancing, games &c., were indulged in until early hours on Thursday morning. All joined in the singing of Auld Lang Syne, which brought a very happy time to a close. The wedding presents, which were very numerous were of a handsome and costly character.
Mr. And Mrs. NOBLE motored to Germiston on Thursday, and caught the noon train for Durban, where the honeymoon is being spent.