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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER S3, 1995.j…

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SKETTY HOUSE: RANSACKED,

ARRESTS BY THE BARRY POUCE.

SUNDAY CARD PLAYERS.

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THE KING'S SCOTCH ViSIT.

Football Accident. I -8

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SUNK IN SUEZ CANAL.

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I Late Mr Louis Tylor. .

ACTRESS AND THE POLICE.

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A Splendid Exhibition.

HUNTERS.

HACKS OR nJDING HORSES.

HEAVY HORSES.

THE JUMPING.

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LOCAL WEDDINGS. Daviesâ-Lloyd. At the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, geitbo, on Friday, the maniacs took place °* tbs Rov. R. Hoberis-Df.vic-s, pastor of ^aP»r Drindod, and Miss Jauo Llovd, daughter of and Mrs William Doyd, Penforial, Llangeitbo* Tho bride, who was given away by ber fø.aber. was charmingly attired in a biscait-cotoarco canvas c^stamo over silk trimmed with R:lipllre lace, with biscuit coloured bat to match. '1'b' service pas condncted by the Rev. M. P. Mors* Blaenanercb, assisted by the Rev. L. Rhys*/ Davies, Brynamman (the bridegroo n'a tatbor)- Subsequently Mr and Mra Davisa month. ⢠Jamesr-James, The wedding tookplaceon Tauaday at Chapel, Treorky, of Mr J. James, Post-office, and Miss Gwen James, road, Treorky, Miss Gertie James, Pentre-E8.'? and Miss Nellie James, Treorky, were the bride^ maids, and Mr W. D. James, Wednesbnry, best man The bride was given away by brother, Mr Idrie James, and the ceremony performed by Dr. Morris, assisted by the J. R, Jonea, Pontypridd. Tbe honeymoon be spent on the South Coast. j MayberyâMorgan-Griffiths. Mies Gwenda Morgan Griffiths, only of Mr and Mrs Morgan Griffiths, of Lrirot'-sro^ Carmarthen, was married on Wednesday. j Peter's, Eaton-sauRre, London, to Maybery, son of the laie Mr Jobn Maybe"^ Llanelly. Prebendary Storrj performed ceremony, and tbe bride's fatber gave tbe btf0. away. The bride was bandsomely dressed looked very (harming in cream eilk, uirnlÃ8, with lace and chiffou. Her full Couit train also trimmed with ruuhinga of chiffon. She W<?[T a veil and wreath of orange blossoms, t heather and mvrtle,and carried a beautiful bouquet, tbo gift of the bridegroom. The bfl0 was attended by five bridesmaidsâthe Lilian St. John Matthews, fiances Minnie Jones, Helen Bow Maonaughtoa, ⢠Nellie De Wairen Harriesâwbo were very effeelivo rose pink satin, merse large cream beaver hats, trimmed with cbiS and pink and white camellias. They wore Pa(^ dant enamel tvatchea and carried gipsy bas&e of pink carnations, gifts of the bridegr0°.g Miss Winnie Richardson, daughter of Wvndham Richardson, R.N. and Mrs Wyndh* Ricbardion, made a very iascinating little ,ra.e, bearer in her cream chiffon frock. Tbe br' groom waa attended by three croomsrneo, v J Mr O. V. Maybery, Mr Stephen Day Will'4' ivlr V. Morgan Griffiths. A reception was a*1 j wards held at tba Whitehall Rooms. Metropole. where a large number of assembled, and the Metropole String played selection* during the afternoon. presotita were beautiful and costly, and exeeo" 200 in number. Tho bride travelled in a 0JT~ cloth oostame, cream hat. with plumes, a øJ biscuit colour Empire coat, and departed the hotel amidst a shower of rice, confetti, ⢠rote leaves. The bride and bridegroom le" the bridegroom's 12-h.p. Oarracq motor c»r route for Folkestone, where part of the a moon will be spent. Among those present at « church and at the reception were .â Mortimer, C.B. (of ihe Wrtr Office), ^*5 p. Richardson, R.N,, Captain lloas, Moor« (death), Mr Horatio Scott, Mr St"P .j son (Redhill), and Mr and Mra J. C. parents of the bridegroom.

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