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Local Weddings.


Local Weddings. LLOYD-LLEWELLYN. A pretty and fashionable wedding was solemnised at St. Peter's Church, Pentre, on Tuesday, the 21st inst., the contract- ing parties being Miss Jessie M. Llewellyn, eldest daughter of Mr. Evan Llewellyn, rate collector, Pentre, and Mr. David J. Lloyd, youngest son of the late Mr. Her- bert Lloyd, builder, Pentre. The event occasioned much local interest, the bride and bridegroom's families having been long resident in the locality. The church was well filled with relatives and well- wishers. The bride arrived at the church accompanied by her brother, Mr. Algernon David Llewellyn, chemist, Tonyrefail, who gave her away. As the procession pro- ceeded up the aisle. The Bridal March V Lohengrin ") was beautifully rendered on the organ by Mr. Dd. Jones, I.S.M., organist and choirmaster at St. Peter's Church. The bride was charmingly attired in a dress of white crepe-de-Chine, embroidered in white silk, bridal veil with orange blossoms, and carried a magnificent bouquet, and wore a cross and curb brace- the gift of bridegroom. The brides- maids were Miss Marion J. Llewellyn (sister of bride) and Miss Annie Lane, Cow- bndge (cousin of bride). They wore sapphire blue colienne empire gowns, with ^hite silk hats, and wore gold bangles, the gifts of the bridegroom, and carried baskets of pale pink carnations and lilies of the valley. The best man was Mr. Wm. ditchings, Pentre, and the nuptial cere- mony was performed by the Rev. Canon Lewis and the Rev. — Williams, St. David's Church, Ton. On leaving the edifice, Mendelssohn's Wedding March was played on the organ. Imme- diately on leaving the church, they were showered with rice and confetti, whilst a similar demonstration occurred on their arrival at the residence of the bride, lanybryn, Ystrad Road, where a sump- tuous breakfast had been prepared by Messrs. Stevens Cardiff. The guests in- cluded the Revs. Canon Lewis Wil- hams (St. David's), Messrs. T. J. Jones and J. E. Jones (uncles of bride), Mr. Dd. Jones (organist and choirmaster, St. Peter's), Mr. John Davies (printer), Mrs. Davies, Caerphilly (aunt of the bride). Subsequently the bride and bridegroom with the 2.20 p.m. train en route for Bournemouth, where the happy couple will spend their honeymoon. The bride's travelling dress was a navy blue costume !*ttd biscuit straw hat with feathers. Numerous and costly presents were re- ceived.


Cardiff Empire.



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England v. Wales.

Association Football.


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