Fashionable Weddiiig at Carmar- then. PRICE—LEWIS. A fashionable wedding took place at St. Peter's Church, Carmarthen, on Tuesday at 10 a.m., the contracting parties being Miss Shirley Lewis, youngest daughter of Dr Thomas Lewis, M.D" of Car- marthen, and Rev. Connop L. Price, minor canon of Llandaff and youngest son of the Rev Lewis Price, vicar of Llandilo and Llandefeisant. The service, which was fully choral, was performed by the bridegroom's father, assisted by Minor Canon Skrimshire, of Llandaff, and tho Right Rev the Lord Bishop of Swansea. In the absence of her father, through ill- health, the bride was given away by her brother, Dr Cyril Lewis. The bride looked charming in a gown of white embroidered silk gauza trimmed with lace and insertion. Her hat was of white drawn chiffon, trimmed with white ostrich feathers and pearl embroidered crown, and she carried a beautiful shower bouquet of orchids and orange blossoms, the gift of the bridegroom, who also presented the bridesmaid, Miss Muriel Byers, cousin of tho bride, with the pearl and gold brooch which she wore on a lovely gown of pale blue ombroidered lawn, with tucked bodice, trimmed lace, and insertion, her hat being of blue satin straw, trimmed with white chiffon and wings, and her bouquet of sweet peas. Mr R. F. Mayou, headmaster of Coleshill Grammar School, discharged the best man's duties. The rest of the wedding party comprised Mrs Lewis, the bride's mother, who was attired in a black moire gown, with white tucked chiffon vest, and an elegant bonnet of black and gold the bridegroom's mother, Mrs Price, who wore a black and mauvo silk with bonnet ai suite; tho Rev Ernest and Mrs Skrimshiro, Llandaff; Miss Lili Price, sister of the bridegroom Mrs Hugh Williams, sister of the bride; Mr Claude Lewis, Mr Bernard Lewis, brothers of the bride; Mr and Mrs Edwin Jeffries, Market Harborough; Miss Mildred Lloyd Morris, Llanelly and the Misses Richards, Carmar- then. The hymns, The Voice that breathed o'er Eden and 0, perfect Love," were rendered during the service. After the signing of the register in the vestry, the organist, Mr Silver, F.C.O., played Mendelssohn's, "VV edding March." As the bride and bridegroom were leaving the church to reach their carriage confetti, rice, and other "good augury" tokens fell in showers for many minutes. The wedding breakfast was served at the residence of the bride's father, and later in the day Mr and Mrs Connop Price left for the South of England. The bride's going-away dress was a dark blue and white silk, trimmed profusely with narrow white quilled ribbon, her hat being a fine dark blue straw trimmed with shaded blue feathers. Spilman-street and other thoroughfares in Carmarthen had been decorated for the occasion by the inhabitants as expressions of their good will; and tho bells of St. Peter's rang out merry peals in tho morning. Appended is a list of the wedding presents:— PRESENTS TO THE BRIDE. Bridegroom to bride, diamond and turquoise ring. Dr Thomas Lewis (father of bride), cheque. Mrs Thomas Lewis (mother of bride), household and table linen. Dr Cyril Lewis (brother), silver entree dish. Mr Claude Lewis (brother), Chippendale chair. and Mrs Hugh Williams, silver mirror and hairpin box. Mr Bernard Lewis (brother), pair silver-backed clothes brushes. Rev Lewis Price and Mra Price (parents of bridegroom), Llandilo, silver fern pot. Rev A R Price, R.N. (brother of bridegroom), Gladstone armchair. Miss Price, Llandilo, knitted shawl. Miss Mina Price, Llandilo, silver bonnet whisk. Mrs Jeffries, silver pie dish. Mr and Mrs Edwin Jeffries, Market HarbGrough, wrought iron and copper standard tea kettle. The Misses and Mpsters H, C, and H, S Jeffries, pair of vases in stand. Miss Williams, Market Harborough, primrose dessert dishes. Mrs Edward Yates aud Miss Byers, Dresden cbina jar. Mr Guy Byers, silver photograph frame. Muriel Byera, four-fold velvet photograph frame, tea cloth, and sideboard cloth. Mrs W Richards, Pioton-terrace, cut glass and silver breakfast cruet. Misa Lewis, Pictou-torrace, pair'of silver candlc- sticka. Miss L Richards, silver and ivory bread fork. Miss P Richards, jewel-patch work tea cosy. Misa J Richards, hand-painted plaque. The Misses Richards, d'oyleys. Mr and Mrs George Crowder, velvet photograph screen. Rev Stepheu and Mrs Williams, silver shoehorn and silver-backed comb. Miss Lloyd-Morris,[silver-backed hair brush. Rev Bernard and Mrs Heywood, silver-mounted card-case. Mrs Charles Babington/,Indian table cover. Mr Harry P Adams,xBarum ware flower pot. Mr George.Bagnall, silver-mounted card-case. Mrs iWells, Miss" Wella, and ;1\libH Daisy Wells, oak and silver salad bowl and servers. Dr and Mrs Parry, silver egg boiler, Mr and Mrs II Brunei White, wrought-iron and copper tea kettle and.afternoon tea cloth. Miss Protheroe, Cwm Coch, silver butter shell and knife. Mr C W Jones, caseolsihr fish carvers. Miss Mary Rees, oak photograph bracket. Miss Jones, Catherine-street, ruby glass cream jug and sugar basin. Mrs Jastin McCarthy, yellow eatin afternoon teacloth. Dr Fred Hoarder and Mrs Hearder, satin-lined work-basket. Canon and Mrs Williams, Worcester china bowl. Miss May .Williams, silver button-hook. Mra M G A Hall and Miss Lloyd Lloyd. Brighton, gold bangle. Mr and Mrs Jones, Penyrock, Llandovery, silver and cut glass breakfast cruet. Mrfe Reid, cut glass silver-mounted scent-bottle. Mrs Latimer Jones, silver grape scissors. Miss Annie Thomas, Disgwylfa, silk veil case. Misa Lucy Rees, Catherine-street, ornament and glass. Miss Emily Minister, pair hand-painted plaques. Mrs Ben Evans, Tynewydd, Nantgaredig, pair of ornaments. Mrs William Morris, silver cut glass preserve dish. Miss Lucy Turberviile, centre-piece for flowers. M Violent Lloyd Lloyd, Russian leather purse. Mr John Lewis and Mrs Evans, Spilman-street, carved white wood tea-table. Inmates of the Carmarthen Union, cheese stand. Miss Hannah PoweU. cream jug and sugar basin and American bread saw. Mr Ernest Collier, case silver salt cellars. Miss Mabel Cavill,pair mother of pearl and silver pickle forks. Miss Martha Ilarrips, pair china milk tumblers, with arms of Wales and Carmarthen. Mrs Humphreys, hemstitched and embroiderod tea cloth. Miss Anne Hughes, Japanese tray. Miss Sarah Procter, silver sugar tongs, Mrs Henry Thomas, Guildhall-squaae, eider down quilt. Mrs Da vies, Croesyceilog, pair of gloss dishes. Mrs Williams, Cambray House, lace afternoon tea cloth and d'oyleys. Mr T W Barker, cut glass silver-mounted scent bottle. Miss C E Jordan, Worcester china cream jug and sugar basin. Miss E Coombes, Worcester china jug. Mr and Mrs J Caractacus Davies, cheese stand. Mrs Davies, Guildhall- square, silver butter dish. Mrs R M Thomas, silver waist buckle. Miss Buokley, Mrs Beeton's Cookery Book." Mrs Joseph, Priory-street, china bowl and ornaments. Miss Radford, silver toast rack. Mrs Lloyd, the Vicarage, Carmarthen, drawn thread-work tea'cloth. Miss Busby, Ventnor, case of silver jam spoons. Mrs Jones, Waterloo-terrace, set of jugs. rRESENTS TO THE BRIDEG-KOOJI. Bride to bridegroom, suit case, ebony and silver fittings. Rev Lewis Price'and Mrs Price (parents), case of silver nut crackers. Miss Lily Price (sister), penwiper mounted in silver. Rev and Mrs Ernest Skrimshire, Llandaff, tea service. Rev A R Price, R.N., Gladstone armchair. Right Rev Lord Bishop of Llandaff, book. Mr and Mrs Arthur Lewis, Llandaff, Dutch china atandardjampa. Canon and Mrs Roberts, Llandaff, (silver aifter and sugar basin, Mrs Jonas Watson and Miaa Watson, Llandaff, carved oak tray, The Misses Lynch,Blofido, Llandaff, silver mustard put. Mr Erneat Banks, Queon's College, Cambridge, silver bread fork. Mr R L'Rhys, Cathedral School, Llandaff, silver photograph frame. Mrs llcigham, Llandaff, wicker cake stand. Mr Claude Skrimehirc, Llandaff, oaso of carvers. tir,'aud' Mrs John .Duncan, Llandough, iluted silver entree dish. Mr John Paoob, book of photographs. Miss B 'Evans, Cilycwm, clock. Mr R F Mayon, Coleshill, pair of silver candle- sticks. Mrs Mayon, tea cosy. Mr Georgo'Beale and Mrr; Boale, Llandaff, gold- mounted jam pot.* Mr and Mrs John Hughes, Llandilo, pair brats6 candlesticks. Rev James and Mrs Buckley, breakfast cruet. Mrs and Miss i; Williams, Maesydd Hirion, Llandilo, case of silver salt cellars. Mr and Mrs Evan Lewis, Llandaff, cheque. Rev Ernest Owen, Cathedral School, Llandaff, cheque. Rev David Grifliths and Mrs Griffiths, Llanarth- ncy, eilTer inkstand. Friend, cheque. Rev Morlais Jones, Brynamman, cheque. The following letter accompanied a wedding present sent to Miss Shirley Lewis, by the poor of the Carmarthen Union Workhouse :— Miss SUNILEY LEWIS,—The poor of the Carmar- then Union Workhouse are very pleased to hear af your approaching marriage, with the Rev Canon Connop Price, M.A., and wish you both long life and happiness, and not forgetful of your kindness and sympathy with them, beg most respectfully to ask you to accept this cheese stand, as a amall token of their gratitude, and to assure you that "many hearts will follow you to your now home, and^your future career will be watched with much pleasure. Pure religion and undefiled before Gcd and the Father is this. To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction and to keep himself unspotted from the world. "-Ja?itcs L, 27. Signed 011 their behalf by JANE JAMES. Union Workhouse, Carmarthen, 30th July, 1898.
LLANDDAllOG. THE CALVINISTIC METHODIST'S SUNDAY SCHOOL TRIP.—On Friday last the above school had their annual trip, a visit to Ferryside being decided upon this year. The weather being beautifully fine, young and old enjoyed the day thoroughly. The procession started about 8 a.m., being headed by a splendid four-in-hand brake, which conveyed chiefly the children, who were in"care of tho Superintendent of tho school. Then followed some twenty traps well filled, and all reached Ferryside in splendid'style. The apartments and stables of Mr Davies, The Stores, were placed at the disposal of the school. The tables were laid out, and the most excellent things were partaken of with gusto. Great credit is due to Mr and Mrs Davies for the kind way in which they received the scholars and friend v. The remainder of the day was spent in merry-making, especially amongst the young ones. Sweets and biscuits were given in abundance, the most generous in this repect being Mrs Junes, Capel-Evan Mrs Williams, Gilfach and the Superintendent of the school (Mr James Jones, Torcoed). A good many of the young people, with their sweet- hearts went for a trip across the ferry to Llan- stephan. Tea having been partaken of, the homeward journey was started, all reaching home in the best of spirits, having enjoyed themselves to their hearts' content.
L A M P E T E R V E L FR E Y. DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MR H. K. MORGAN.— It is with much regret that we reeoid the death of Mr Hugh Kenyon Morgan, Coedyfynnon, Lampeter-Velfrey, which occurred ou Friday, 15th ult., at the early age of 39. lie was highly respected by all clabses especially when it is considered the short time ho had been amongst them, it was ilurprising to find so many. Deceased was the second eon of the late Mr Howard Spear Morgan, of Tegfynydd, Llanfallteg. Mr Morgan had been complaining for the last four months, suffering from cancer in the chest, and had been attended by Dr Lloyd, of Haverfordwest. He also had consulted a London specialist about six months ago, who pronounced it a hopeless case the deceased gentleman being quite unable to swallow any solid food for some time. During his long illness, the Rev Mr Williams, rector of Lampeter-Velfroy, was most attentive on the deceased, who was a most faithful member of the Church. He leaves a widow and one daugbter- about two years old-to mourn his early and quite unexpected death, for whom the greatest sympathy is felt throughout the district.The funeral took place on Tuesday at Lampeter Church. The Rev Mr Price, curate, officiated at the house; the Rev Mr Williams, closing by prayer whilst at the church the Rev J Morris, Rector of Narberth, read tbe lessons, and, at the graveside the Rev Mr Williams officiated. The service throughout was most impressive. The well-known Welsh hymn, 0 Fryniau Caerealem ceir Gweled," &c., was sung at the close of the service in a very touching manner. The outer coffin was of polished oak, with an inner coffin of lead and an inner shell. It bore the following inscription :—" H K Morgan, Esq., died I 15th July, 1898, aged 39 years." The undertaker was Mr David Thomas, Whitland. The bearers were the tenants of the Tegfynydd Estate, and the popular agent of the estate, Mr Thomas Evans, Tegfynydd, was also present. There was a large number of wreaths from relations and friends from all parts of the country. Gentlemen only attended the funeral. Amongst the mourners we noticed Mr Owen Williams, Fern Hill, Haverfordwest (cousin); Mr Harvey, Saundersfoot, and Mr Harvey, Liverpool (brother-in-law) Mr Joseph Howells and Mr William Howells, Whitland (brothers-in-law), and the servants of Coedyfynnon. Amongst the large numbor present at the funeral we noticed the following local gentlemen Rev Mr Price, cutate, Lampcter Velfrey; Rev Mr Williams, Rector of Lampeter I-elfrey HOT T Evans, Lan, Llanfallteg; Rev E Rowlands, Whitland Rev L James, Brynbank (Noncon.); Rev J Williams, Carvan (Noncon,) Rev Mr Phillips, Fynnon (Noncon.) Mr J Beynon, Trewern Mr W H M Yelverton, Whitland Abbey Dr II Lawrence, Lampeter House; Mr II J Buckley, Grove Frank Protheroe, Dolwilym Dr Phillips, Haverfordwest; Dr Price, Narberth; Mr W Eaton Evans, Haverfordwest; and a large number of tradesmen from Whitland, Lampeter Velfrey, and Narberth, &c. DEAFNESS AND NOISEU IN THE HEAD. cured at the patient's homo. Thia Illustrated Edition also treats on the cure of Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma Extreme Stoutness. Indigestion, Dyspepsia, ltheuma tism by M 3dico-Et.cctricity.-4ù U. D. Bitium Publisher, 8, Tavistocke Place, Luudau, W.(J.
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