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INTERESTING WEDDING AT PONTYPRIDD.

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INTERESTING WEDDING AT PONTYPRIDD. A very interesting wedding was witnessed by a large congregation at Penuel Calvinistic Metho- dist Chapel, Pontypridd, on Thursday morning. The contracting parties were Mr. Rhys Morgan, M.A., headmaster of the Heath School, and Miss Cecil Morgan, The Grove, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Morgan Morgan, and niece to the late Mr. Thomas Morgan, J.P., Y Vron. Both bride and bridegroom are highly esteemed in the town, and their nuptials were regarded with eonsiderable interest. The officiating ministers were the Rev. W. Lewis, pastor of Penuel, assisted bytthe Rev. Vyrnwy Morgan, pastor of the English Congre- gational Church, of which the bridegroom is a leading member. The bride, who was accom- panied by her sister, Miss Lizzie Morgan, and Miss Alice Evans, wore an elegant tailor-made gown of electric blue cloth, with vest of golden- brown velvet, blue straw hat to match, trimmed with velvet and jays' wings. The bridesmaids' dresses were of pale blue Liberty crepe, trimmed with ecru lace, fancy straw hats trimmed with lace and cornflowers. They also wore handsome gold horseshoe bracelets, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. W. R. Davies, solicitor, was the best man, and the bride was given away oy her cousin, Mr. Owen Morgan (Morien), of Treforest. At the conclusion of the ceremony the newly-wedded pair, who were plentifully showered with rice, drove to Cardiff en route for Edinburgh and the Western Highlands. The following is a list of the presents — Bridegroom to bride, gold, diamond, and 'sapphire brooch bride to bridegroom, gold monogram links. Oak secretaire, Miss Lizzie Morgan pair of Venetian etchings, Miss Alice Evans case of silver spoons, Mr. W. R. Davies, solicitor; oxidised silver inkstand, Dr. and Mr. Alfred Thomas oak and silver gong, Mr. and Mrs. Crooke. London three volumes of Browning's poems. Miss Death, Bishop Stortford silver fish carvers, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morgan biscuit box, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Evans, Pontypridd; silver flower stand with browsing deer and oak with branches and acorns. Morien sugar and cream stand, Rev. W. and Mrs. Lewis case of fish knives and forks, Mr. and Mrs. J. Evans, Penybryn silver and Wedgwood cake plate, Mrs. Morgan, Ystradberwg; Worcester fruit dish, Mrs. Evans, Bodringallt: silver salver, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas, Glyncorrwg; oak and silver salad bowl, Councillor and Mrs. Davies; egg stand, Mr. Edwin Morgan brass kettle, Mrs. Seaton, Gelliwastad case silver saltcellars, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, Llanfarach silver hot water jug, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lewis, The Grove pair Worcester vases, Miss Gwen Evans; silver butter knife, Mrs. Evans, Porth; preserve stand, Mr Thomas Williams, Llantrisant; sugar bowl and sifter, Mr. and Mrs Rogers'; bread fork. Miss Charles; toast rack, Rev. and Mrs. Vyrnwy Morgan case of silver pickle fork, jam spoon, and butter knife, Mr. and Mrs. Gwilym Hughes dozen dinner knives and forks, Mrs. Roberts, Tyvica- crescent toilet set, Mrs. Davies, Forth bread plate and knife, Mrs. Evans, Forth afternoon tea set, Miss Janet Morgan silver match box, Miss Clarke pair of silver acorn muffneers, Mrs. Lloyd Jones, Five Elms, Grassendale, Liverpool; silver toast rack, Miss M. and Miss B. Evans, The Van, Caerphilly.

CORRESPONDENCE.

BRIDGEND LOCAL BOARD.!

RODGH ON BRASS BANDS.

CRICKET. ^—.—

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