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LLANDUDNO. PLOUGHING MATCH.-The second annual match came of on Saturday at the Ferry Farm, Llan- dudno Junction, and despite most unfavourable weather—rain falling heavily and almost inces- s intly—attracted a larga number of spectators. Tliere were 25 teams entered in the two classes. and the work on an average was remarkably good. The judges were Messrs W. Foulkes, Bron- fman, Llysfaen J. Edwards, Tynycoed, Eglwys- ?I y baeh and W. Thomas, Niwbwlch, Bangor, whose awards were—First Class 1, Owen Lewis, Fag- wyr, Llangefni; 2, David Davies. ploughman with Mr Owen Jones, Bryngosol, Conway 3, Pierce Morris, Croesau, Llansantffraid, Glan Conway; 4, Thomas Hughe Llan, Llanelian 5, Robert Jones, ploughman with Mr E. Elias, Gorswen.— Second Class: 1, Elias Jones, Plas Iwrog, Eglwys- kwh; 2, Moses Jones, Bwlch, Tywyn; 3, Robert Roberts. Gloddaeth-isa; 4, John Griffith, Glany- wern, Mochdre; 5, W. Owen, Ferry Farm, Llan- dudno Junction. Mr George Felton offered special prizes for the best teams on the ground, the judges being the Hon. Henry Mostyn, Mr Evans (Plastirion), and Mr Felton. The teams were thus placed—1, J. Foulkes, Hendre; 2, J. Pritchard, Glanywern; :3, J. Slias, Gorswen; 4, D. Phillips, Penrhyn. The arrangements were well carried out by a committee, of which Mr Charles Drover was the honorary secretary, the field stewards being Messrs D. Phillips, J. Foulkes, jun. J. Jones, Mostyn-st., Llandudno W. Jones, Bwlch; J. Thomas, Tanrallt; J. Owen, Ferry Farm; and Owen Pritchard, Glanywern. The annual dinner took place at the close of the ploughing, at the Ferry Farm Hotel. MARRIAGE OF THE HON. C. S. IRBY. The marriage of the Hon. Cecil Saumerez Irby (brother of Lord Boston) with Miss Florence Upton Cottrell Dormer was solemnised on Satur- day at St. Peter's, Eaton-square, London, the officiating clergy being the Revs. L. H. Bradford and T. H. Jones. The bride wore a dress of white satin, the bodice and bottom of the long plain skirt being exquisitely trimmed a wreath of orange blossoms, and a large veil fastened with diamond stars. She was attended by seven bridesmaids,—three of her sisters, two of the bridegroom's sisters, the Hon. Miss Saumerez, and Miss Anclei-soii-wlio were attired in white 8a,tin bodices made high, with a frill round the neck, over lace petticoats, long veils, and a wreath of myrtle nowers.—The best man was Captain Durham. The service was fully choral. The breakfast was at 4S, Albemarle-street, and in the afternoon the bride and bridegroom left for the Rivera. CHOICE IRISH ROLUKD BACON.—Both smoked and






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