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ABBEYCWMHIR.

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ABBEYCWMHIR. —On Thursday Sept. 21et. the beauti- ul littie church of St. Mary, Abbeycwmhir. Mies Doris Elinor Philips, daughter of Mrs C. H. Philips, Abbeycwmhir, was married to the Rev. Ernest Her- mitage Day, the popular vicar of the parish. The wedding was a particularly happy one, inasmuch as the bride and her husband will reside in the parish, where a new vicarage had been built for them. The ceremony, which was witnessed by a laue number of people, was performed by the Rev. Peter H. Moore, uncle and godfather of the bride, whilst the celebra- tion was taken by the Rev. W. L. Herford. The bride, who was given away by her mother, enterei the church accompanied by her eldest brother, Mr F. G. P. Philips. She looked very pre'ty in a dreis of creamy white Tintoretto silk made with train, trimmed with pearl embroidery, tude veil, and a wreath of orange blo,som, and wnite heather. The bride wore handsome brooch,-s, the gift ot the bri,i, groom, and a p6ar spray in her hair, given by Mr, H. C Day. The bridesmaids were Miss Chrvstine Philips (sister) and Miae Hilda Moore and M >a Ermyn Moore keousine of the bride). They wore dresses of light blue surah silk. trimmed with white lace, white drawn lace hats, trimmed with blue os:rich tips and blue satin ribbon, and wore chrysophrase ani pearl heart gold brooches, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr J. L. Philips, brother of the bride, acted as best man. Mr Francis Hermitage Day, Mus. Bac., brother ot the bridegroom, presided at the organ. The follow- iug were among the guests :—Mrs G. H. Hill, Mi"s Jessie Hill, Mrs H. C. Day, Mr F. H. Day, Rev. W Herford, Miss Philips (Hazelhursi). Miss Cockshott, Rev. and Mrs P. H. Moore, Rev. H. R. Champion, Rev. and Miss Thirlwali, Mr and Mrs Smyth, the Misses Smyth, Mrs Gibson-Watt, Mr and Mrs Carter, G naral and Mrs Siatden, Mr and Miss Sladen, Mrs Evans-Williams, the Misses Evans-Williams; the Misses de Wmton, Rev and Mrs W. Fultord, Rev. Albert Jordan, Major Twyning Miss Twyniup, Mr a id Mrs Severn, Rev. and Mrs J. H. A. Griffiths, Riv. and Mrs Popkin Morgan, Mr acd Mrs Mattingeiy C >1. Pears-jn, Mr and Miss Thomas Moore, Miss Lloyd (Penybont). &c. The wedding breakfast was held at the Abbey, a very choice repast being provided. There was a magnificent cake, supplied by Buzard, of Oxford street. London. The wedding presents were costly and beautiful.

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