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Palm leaves, pink and white asters, and asparagus plumosus brightened the interior of Scots Presbyterian Church, Clayfield, on February 8, when the marriage was solemnised of Mr. Albert Hugh Taylor (youngest son of the late Mr. F. Taylor and of Mrs. Taylor, Canterbury, Melbourne) and Miss Hilda Evelyn Noakes (second youngest daughter of the late Mr. George Noakes, Albionville, Bundaberg). The Rev. A. MacKillop, B.A., B.D., officiated. The pale pink wedding bell was made by Miss Jean Walls. The bride, who was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. A. H. Smith, wore a sheath frock of flesh pink beaten silver caught at the side with silver and pink roses, over a mariette slip. Her hand made Honiton point lace veil, mounted on flesh pink georgette, was lent by Mrs. Hillhouse, and also formed the train. She carried a pale pink and white shower bouquet. Misses Elsie Noakes (sister of the bride) and Freda Smith (niece of the bride) attended as bridesmaids. The former wore a frock of gold tissue over rose de bois knife-pleated mariette, finished with hand-made flowers in pastel shades. She carried a bouquet of dahlias and roses. Miss Smith was frocked in cloth of silver, with an overdress of Madonna blue mariette, finished with hand-made trails in pastel shades. Roses and dahlias composed her bouquet.

The duties of best man were carried out by Mr. A. H. Davies, and Mr. Fred. Ross acted as groomsman. During the signing of the register Mrs. H. C. Wyllie rendered a vocal selo, Mr. J. S. Wyllie presiding at the organ. At the conclusion of the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. A. H. Smith, tbe guests being limited to relatives and a few intimate friends. Mrs. Smith wore a frock of black marietta over satin, trimmed with pin tucks and a fringe. She carried an early Victorian posy of red roses. Subsequently Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left for tbe Blue Mountains, where the honeymoon will be spent. They will reside in Sydney in the future. The bride wore a travelling frock of navy Marocain beaded in navy and cherry, with a hat to harmonise.