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..-.-RUSSIAN OPINIONS.

. DESTROYER BLOWN UP. -

THREE MILE ACT.

A Go-Ahead English Eirm

.-BREACH OF PROMISE. -

DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. -

YEAR AFTER YEAR.

D.:\ Y'S SPORT AT PENLLERGAEK.

ALL \\WiTsPElGS OFSHAMROCK.

SWANSEA JOTTINGS.

JSwansea Marriage : Tarr-Barlett.

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JSwansea Marriage Tarr-Barlett. On Thursday morning, at Holy Trinity Church, Swansea, by the vicar, the Rev. ,S.-Idon M irgan, M.A., the wedding took place between Mr. James Tarr. s."n of Mr. John Taar, of Kilmachtliomas, Waterford, to G>ven Bartlett, daughter of the late Mr. George Bartlett, and sister to Mrs. iarr, Adam and Eve, Swansea. The bride, who wlais attired in blue voile, trimmed with white silk and p wemeiiterie, and blue hat to match, was given away by Councillor W. Tarr (brother-in-law). The bridesmaid was Miss Gladys Davies (Norton), and she was dressed in white silk. She, like the bride, carried a shower bouquet. The best man was Mr. H. A. Revell (Swansea). Later the happy couple left for Llandrindod, en route for Ireland, where the honeymoon will ba spent. The bridegroom was the recipient of a mnnber of very handsome, present*?, in- cluding a travelling trunk from customers and friends of the Adam and Eve. LISTS OF PRESENTS. The following is the list of presents in the marriage of Miss G. Bartlett to Mr. J. Tarr —Mr. John Davies, silver-mounted flower vases; Mrs. Nehemiah, salad bowl; Miss Nehemiah, set of old ohina jugs'; Miss Edith '\Ii. Nehemiah, ornaments; Miss Norah Noli»>- niiah, handkeichief a,nd' glove box;' Mrs. Thomas, glass vases; Mrs. M. O'Connel, handsome hot water jug and stand Mi-s. \v Dudlev Doult'jn cliee-e stand; Miss Jane 11uehes' willow pattern teapot; Mr. Huggle- ston, drinking set Mr. P. Byrne *alt Sox customers and fronds at toe Adam and Eve," travelling trunk; Mr Ham It on Iho- mas. hand-painted placque- Mr. J.H. Jonas bottle and perfume; i'c Mi* Bartlett «l J -K i i Vi \fo«+^r Gnnain aTid Mib>> Dresden clock; Masts.i v* inil„:i|nr .irKi Gladys Davies, writing «;??; ° J Mrs. Tarr, dining-room suite; Mrs. E. ai toilet set; Mrs. Barter (LLlndnndod), pre- t-erve dish; Miss Barter, old C'hira telJpot; Mrs. N. Bartlett (Neath), silk wrap; Mr. R^vcl (Swansea), silver tea and otte Mr. Arthur Millward. silver-mounted c arci jug; Mr. and. Mni. Fred Dowman, Bilyer- niounted b-iscuit barrel; Mr. Bert Fit. jam cruet; and Mr. Walter Williali" handsomo china breakfast set.

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