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THE ABERYSTWYTH I ELECTION.j

THE WELSH NATIONAL LIBERAL…

A MObT IMPORTANF MOVEMENT

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UNWISE FUNERAL CUSTOMS.

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LLAN R H YSTYD. MARRIAGE OF THE REV THEO JONES.-At nooc, on Tnursday, the Parish Church of St Asiph was crowded with a fashionable andience assembled to witness the marriage of the Rev R. Theo Jonf-s, a uativ\ of Llanrhyatyd, formerly senior vicar of St Asaph, and now vicar of Minera, neai Wrexham, to Miss Jenette Price, eldest, daughter of the Very Rev Shadrach Price, dean cf St ANuph. The bride and bridegroom are well known aud popular in all circles of society, and the extraordinary interest manifested in the ceremony 4bors testimony to the great esteem and regard in which they are held by their tiumerous friends. The church was tastefully decorated and presented a pleasing appearance. As the guests were conducted to their seats the soft strains of the organ fill, d the church, followed by a trusnphant p< el all the bridal party entered the edifice. The officiating clergy were the Lord Bishop of St Araph, the Ven John Pryce, arch- deacon of Bangor (uncle of the bride), the Ven David EvAm, archdeacon of St Asaph (cousin of the bridegroom), the Rev E. James Evans (vicar of Llandrillu-yn-Rhos), aud the Rev W. D. Williams, vicar of St Asaph. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in ? beautiful dress of rich iory duchess^ satin, trimmed with orange blossom, lace and chiffon. The skirt "as arranged with a deep flounce tucked and beaded by an applique of Bruges garland insertion. The yoke and sletves were of tu"ked chiffon and inser- tion, tl-readed with bebe ribbon velvet. She carried a handsome bouquet, the gift of the bride- groom and wore a tulle veil. The bridesmaids, the Misses Gwen, Marion, and Myfanwy Pryce, and Miss Blanche Edwards (children) were prettily attired in elaborately-tucked geranium colienne with fichus of ivory chiffon, and hats of ivory cloth and silk. Tht/ir bouquets were made up of choice wiiitpflowers and each wore a gold four-leavedsham- rock brooch, the gift, of the bridegroom. Mrs Price, the mother of the bride, was dressed in violet cloth with strappings of silk, and trimmed with crepe-de- chene and ecru lace and wore a bonnet to match. The bridegroom was attended by the Rev C. Hay- ward Phillips, vicar of Pembroke, us the best man. The service was sustained by the combined choirs if the cathedral and the parish church, under the direction of Mr T. R. Jones, organist of the parish church, and was very beautifully rendered. At the conclusion of the service, the bride and bridegroom proceeded to the vestry where the register was signed and where they received warm congratulations. Amid che strain of the Wedding March the bridal party left the church. In the afternoon the bride's parents held a reception at the Deanery, to which a great many guests were invited. The newly. married pair drove to Denbigh in the afternoon, where they left for Chester by the 4-45 train en route for Brighton, where the honeymoon will be rp nt. The bride's going-away dress consisted of heliotrope frieze with strappings of silk, feather toque to match assd long paletot. A large number of beauliful and valuable presents were received.

DEATH OF MR J. P. DAVIES.

--31it TENNYSON SMITH AT ABERYSTWYTH.

ABKRDOVEY.

BERTH, NEAR TREGARON.

NEW QUAY.

BEDDGELBRT.

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