Kathleen Johanna Isabella DORLING (née LYSAUGHT) [1905-1994]
Her wedding on 30 Oct 1923 was reported the next day in:
The Hong Kong Telegraph, 1923-10-31, page 3, &
The China Mail, 1923-10-31, page 8
Both carry similar reports. Here's the one from the China Mail:
Dorling - Lysaught
At St. Joseph's Church yesterday, the wedding took place of Mr. A. J. M. Dorling, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dorling of Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, and Miss Kathleen Lysaught, the second daughter of Mrs Lysaught and the late Mr J Lysaught of "Burnkank" Shaukeiwan.
The Rev. Father Augustin officiated.
The bride was given away by her uncle Mr T Murphy, and was attired [clothes details...]
Her two sisters, Margaret and Eileen, were bridesmaids and were dressed in [clothes details...]
The duties of best man were carried out by Mr Simpson of the Water Police.
A reception was held at the Kowloon Hotel. The honeymoon is to be spent at Macao. [More clothes details...]
The couple received many presents and among them were the following. From members of the Water Police, silver cruet set and entree dishes; CID Staff, silver tea service and spoons.
[Details of gifts between Bridegroom, Bride, and Bridesmaids]