Inspector's recommendations in connection with renovations required at shops in Russell St., occupied by
J. H. Dyson, were adopted, on the motion of Crs. Clout and Herring.
F. L. Weeden forwarded account for £20, for cementing footpath in front of his shop in Russell-st. — Left in the Engineer's hands to adjust, on motion of Crs. Crain and Herring.
F. L. Weeden asked if the Council would erect a street light between Wynyard and Richmond Sts. Mr. Weeden to be advised that the street lighting is complete for this year, and his request will receive at tention when the matter isbeing considered early next year, on motion of Crs. Cusack and Herring.
WEEDEN Annie The sudden and lamentable death of Mrs. Anne Weeden, wife of Mr. Charles E. Weeden (of the firm of Mandelson & Co), took place at their residence, Russell-St, Tumut, on Wednesday at noon Adelong & Tumut Express February 3, 1911
WEEDEN Emma The death occurred at the family residence, “Ranji,” Russell-st., Tumut, at 9.45 on Wednesday morning of Mrs. Anna Emma Weeden, at the age of 67 years. Adelong & Tumut Express February 5, 1937
WEEDEN John With the death of Mr. John Weeden, which took place peacefully though suddenly at this home on Wednesday afternoon, at the age of 85 years, Tumut loses its grand old public man who in the course of his public career, extending over a period of over half a century. Adelong & Tumut Express September 28, 1928
WEEDEN Vera A pall was cast over the community yesterday morning when the news spread the Miss Vera Weeden, second youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Weeden (of Weedens Ltd), Russell-st., Tumut, had died suddenly under extraordinary circumstances. September 21, 1928
TUMUT PIONEER CEMETERY.
WEEDEN Ann Lesly
WEEDEN Charles Edward
WEEDEN Frederick Louis
WEEDEN Mary Ann
WEDDING. - JOHNSON— WEEDEN.
In the Methodist Church, Tumut, which was nicely decorated for the occasion by the bride's young lady friends, the marriage was celebrated on Wednesday last, by Rev. Chas. Wheeler, of Miss Nelly May, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred. L. Weedon, 'Ranji' Russell St, Tumut, with Mr. Raymond Rolf, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Johnson, of Fitzroy-st, Tumut.
As the bride entered the church on the arm of her father and proceeded up the aisle to the altar, the choir sang 'The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden,' and while the register was being signed the organist, Mr. Keith Weeden (brother of the bride), played the Wedding March.
The bride was becomingly attired in crepe-de-chene and geor- ette, wreath and veil, and carried a pretty bouquet of lilies, carnations, bebe roses and asparagus fern. She was attended by her sister, Miss Stella Weeden, as bridesmaid, gowned in salmon crepe-de-chene and georg- ette.
Mr Alf Johnson (bridegroom's brother) was best man.
At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal party partook of a sumptuous breakfast at the residence of the bride's parents, Rev. Chas. Wheeler occupy- ing the chair, and the usual toast list was honored.
A splendid array of wedding presents, good and useful, was displayed on a side table, and amongst them were a number of cheques. The bride and bridegroom motored to Gundagai, catching the outgoing train for Sydney, where the honeymoon is being spent, the bride travelling in a navy georgette cos- tume. The young couple's future home will be at Blowering. - (Ref-
Meesrs P. A Chapman & Co., of the Bedrook Stores, Russell-st., have leased the shop next their present extensive premises and formerly ocoupied by the Tumut Caah Store Company, . and have converted it into a millinery and dressmaking department exclusively. An up:to:date milliner from Farmer & Co's, Sydney, baB been specially engaged to please the tastes of the ladies and satisfy their require: ments to the fullest extent.
The dressmaking department will be under the oare of a clever costuraiore. The establishment is replete with all classes of the newest and most faahionxble goods, and now there will be no necessity to forward orders to Sydney, since they an being disposed of at prices that defy competition.