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COWBRIDGE.

LLAXHARKY. I

POLICE INSPECTION AT ! BRIDfiEXD.…

SCEXE AT PONTYPRIDD POLICE-COURT.

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! POXTYPRIDD.

CILFYXYDD.

CLYDACH YALE.

-, DINAS.

FERNDALE.

LLANTRISAXT.

MOUNTAIN ASH.|

TONYPANDY.

TREHERBERT.

jTREALAW.

TREFOREST.

TREORKY.

IVOCHRHIW.

YSTRAD.

MARRIAGE REJOICINGS AT PORTH.…

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MARRIAGE REJOICINGS AT PORTH. On Wednesday there was considerable rejoicino- in the district of Porth (Rhondda Valley), in cele°- bration of the marriage that day of Miss Florence Peninna Williams, daughter of Mr. Idris Williams of Brynglas. to the Rev. D. Stanley Jones, minister of Bethesda Independent Chapel, near Xarberth Pembrokeshire, and recently minister of Porth Independent Chapel. Both the bride and the bridegroom were well-known and highly-esteemed in the district, Mr. Jones ha vino- for several years been minister of the Independent Chapel at Porth. and the bride having, for a considerable length of time. acted as organist in the same place of worship. Bunt- ing was largely displayed, and a crowded congregation assembled in the chapel to witness the interesting ceremony. The ministers officiat- ing were the Revs. W. James, Swansea, brother- in-law of the bride: Mr. Jones, Tynewydd and J. Williams, Havod. The bride, who was beauti- fully dressed, was given away by her father, and attended by several bridesmaids. Immediatelv after the conclusion of the ceremony, the weddin;" party assembled at Brynglas. the bride's r: sidence, where the marriage gifts were on view. Subsequently the happy pair left, amid hearty con- gratulations, for the Isle of Wight to enjoy their honeymoon. The following i? a list of the wedding- presents The gift of the bridegroom, a pearl anddia°- mond brooch parents of the bride. 2 gold bracelets set with pearls and diamonds Mr. Arthur Williams, silver egg stand Miss Mary Williams, silver cake basket; Rev. Mr. and Mrs. James. Swansea, marble timepiece and cheque Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Wil- liams, Carmarthen, cruet stand Masters Idris. Edgar, and Miss Gladys James, terra cotta placque: Mr. Edward Williams, solictor, Pontypridd, cheque Messrs. David and Idris Williams, Porth Farm, pickle stand: Rev. and Mrs. O. Owens, preserve stand: Miss Maggie Davies. Pontypridd. hand- painted photo frames Miss C. Davies. Bath, bis- cuit box: Miss S. Davies, Glyn Neath, hot water jug Mrs. T. Evans, Porth, breakfast cruet stand Mrs. Evans, Cymmer, vase; Mr. Evans, Porth. table cloth; Mr. James Jones, Cymmer. cheese stand Miss P. Johns, cruet stand Mr. and Mrs. Jones. Glyn Xeath, salad bowl Mrs. Jones, Porth, butter dish and knife Miss Jones. Porth. carver rests Mrs. W. Jones, Porth, brass drawing-room oellows: Mr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins, Porth. sugar and cream stand Miss Jackson, Swansea, milk jug, cups, and tray Miss J. H. Jones. Porth, pair of specimen glasses Mrs. W. Jones, Porth. crumbtray and brush Mrs. Jenkins, Cymmer. vase Mr. and Miss James, Porth, pair of Hungarian majolica vases; Mr. Lougher, Porth. case of silver salt cellars Mrs. and Miss Loughor, Pontyphdd, silver sngar scuttle and scoop Miss Loughor, Porth, set of mats Mr. and Mrs. Mathias. Porth, silver teapot; Miss Mathias, teapot cosey Miss L. Mathias, crown Derby butter dish Mrs. M. Morgan, Porth, pair of vases; Mr. Josiah Morgan. Porth. sewing ma- chine Mrs. Price. Porth,iwoollen wrap Mrs, Rees, Brynhaulog, toilet set Mr. and Mrs. Rees. Preswylfa, silver hot-water jug Miss Samuel, Rheola, pair of ornaments Mr. and Mrs. Shelby, Porth, electro tea and coffee service; Miss Thomas, Ferudale, jam spoons Miss Edith Thomas. Ferndale, bread fork; Mr. D. Thomas. Ferndale. fish carvers Mr. and Mrs. D. Williams, Porth, pair of lustre vases Mrs. G. B. Williams, Aberavon. sugar sifter; Miss Williams, butter knife; Miss Katie Williams, pickle fork Mrs. Parsons, Porth, cheese stand; Miss S. Davies, Porth, butter knife and pickle fork Miss A. M. Jones. Porth, cup and saucer Miss Maggie Jen- kins, Porth, breakfast cup Miss L. E. Davies, Porth, salt cellars Miss J. M. Jenkins, Porth, pair of candlesticks Mrs. Rowlands, Porth, fruit dish; Mr. Thomas, Porth, pair of vases; Miss Katie Jones, Porth, glass dish Miss L. M. Jenkins, cold water jug Miss C. Thomas, pair of ornaments, kc., &c. A movement is on foot among the mem- bers of the Porth Independent Church to present the happy pair on their return from their honey- moon with a massive silver tea and coffee service.

¡PONTYPRIDD POLICE COTJHT.…

A DOG AS A WITNESS.

PONTYPRIDD SUBSIDIARY DRAINAGE…

THE WILSON PERJURY CASE.

QUICK DESPATCH ATPENARTH DOCK.

BARRY DOCK WEEKLY SHIPPING…

BRIDGEND.

LLANTWIT-MAJOR.

LLAXTRITHYD.

OGMORE VALLEY. 1

POXTRADU.

PORTHCAWL.

WICK.

BRIDGEND county court.

YNYSYBWL.

RAILWAY RATES IN SOUTH WALES.

MAESYCYMMER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.I

FERNDALE COLLIERY DISPUTE.

\CRICKET.

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