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TREHARNE-HUGHES. On Wednesday, August 8th, at the English Baptist Church, a wedding was solemnised between Gilbert, only son o-f Mr D. Treharne, of Souithcnoft, Eaton Grove, Swansea, and Taibitha, younger daughter of Mr William Hughes, Gwynfa, Carmarthen. The bride, who was given away by her father, was taste- fully attired in cream silk eolinne over glace silk trimmed with lace and chiffon streamers, and wore a valencdennes lace hat trimmed with pink carnations. She also carried a shower bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. Miss May Treharne, sister of the bridegroom, Aviho acted as bridesmaid, was prettily dressed in cream silk poplin trimmed with lace and insertion and wore a lace hat trimmed with forget-me-not, and carried a shower bouquet the gift of the bridegroom. The bridegroom was accompanied by Mr Harry Nott, of Swansea, who acted as best man. The offi- cia,ting minister was the Rev Jacob Samuel, B.A., of Olney, Bucks., the brother-in-law of the bride. Mr C. Wilford acted as organist. After the wedding (Luncheon had been par- taken" of at the bride's home, the 'happy couple left by the 1.30 p.m. train for Tenby, en route for Ireland. The bride's travelling drees was in blue cloth, trimmed with French 61 8"m ftØd-l,l4.i¡iftS) hat trimmed with ribbon and roses. The presents were numerous and valuable.




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