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Marriage of the Rev. John Williams, Liverpool. On Wednesday, at Cemaes, Anglesey, the marriage took place of the Rev. John Wil- Hams, pastor of the Welsh Calvinistic Church, Prince's Road, Liverpool (late of Brynsiencyn), to Miss Edith Mary Hugbes, youngest 'daughter of Mr. Dsvid Hugbes, of Cemaes and Liverpool. The officiating ministers were the Revs. Owen Parry, Cemaes, and Owen Owens,Liverpool, assisted by the Sevs. Owen Hughes, Amlwch, and J. Roberts, Taihen. The bride, who entered the chapel leaning on the arm of her father, was attended by her two little nieces, the Misses Phyllis and Edith Venmore. There were four bridesmaids. Miss Hughes (sister of the bride), Miss Nellie Griffith, Miss J. Gertrude Thomas (niece of the bride), and Miss Effie Parry (Cemaes). Th 2 bridegroom was accompanied by Mr. Owen Williams Lonchpsi, as best man. In the afternoon a reception was held at Wylfa bv Mr. and Mrs. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Williams Ifitt in the ourse of the day for Bournfmoutb. The wedding presents numbered nearly 300.


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