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It Caught in Cupid's Net. INTERESTING LOCAL WEDDING. NICHOLAS—WILLIAMS. At the Bethel Welsh Independent Chapel, Plassey Street- on Wednesday morning, the nuptials of Mr Morris Nicholas and Miss Eliza Annie Williams were solemnised. The1 officiating- minister was the Rev W G. Williams, (father of the bride), who was assis- ted be*the Revs J. G. Jones (Windsor Road, Congre gational) and T. Riches (Congregational, Ebbw Vale.) As may be supposed, Penartbians were all agog to witness the event, and long before the. arrival of the haypy couple the sacred edifice was crowded with their friends and well wishers. The bridegroom was the first on the scene, accom- panied by his best man, Mr Morris, followed by the bride, who was charmingly costumed in grey silk, trimmed with Pasamenterie pearls, with white hat and white bouquet to match. The bridesmaids were Miss Evelyn Morris. Evan Evan (cousin of the bride,) and Miss Sarah Mary Morris, (Cowbridge), who wore grey gowns trimmed with pink, their hats and bouquets also harmonising in colour. The bride also wore a beautiful gold curb bracelet and the brides- maids similar ornaments, these being the gifts of the bridegroom. After the ceremony a reception was held at the bride's residence where the health of the newly wedded pair was enthusiastically drunk, prior to their departure for London, where they will spend their honeymoon. The brides traveling costume was a fawn cloth with hat to match. What makes the marriage in a sence the more inter- esting is the fakt that the Bethel is the first Welsh Chapel in Penarth, which is lioensed for that purpose. To commemorate this unique incident, Miss E. J. Jenkins, a member of the chapel, presented a beau- tiful Welsh Bible to Mr and Mrs Nicholas. The fol- lowing is a lists of the presents:- Father, cheque; Rev and Mrs Williams, Beddyelert, North Wales, silver salt cellers; Miss Evans, (cousin), London, ecru and gold china; Mrs Williams Boderfion, North Wales, cheque; Miss Jane Jones, North Wale, white embroidery wrap Mr T. Lewis, Garthe, Penarth, ornaments Miss Llewellyn, Moun- tain Ash, breakfast cruet; Mr and Mrs Owen, Penarth, glass trinket vase Miss May Roberts, Cowbridge, pair of painted plaques; Mr and Mrs R. A. Lewis, Cogan, flower epergne; Miss Lloyd and Miss Llewellyn, Penarth, china cheese stand Miss Jenkins, Penarth, painting on parceUaen Mr and Mrs Roberts, Cowbridge, silver preserve dish Miss Mabel Evans, (cousin), London, fancy tea pot; Mr Jones, Solicitor, North Wales, linen table cloth; Mrs Jones, (cousin), Colwyn Bay, side board cover; Mrs Jones, Trawsfyrydd, North Wales, linen table cloth Messrs Jones, Williams and Jones, Penrhyndeudraetb, linen Mr F. H. Hooper, silver cruet stand; Miss Siderfin, painting on porcelain A Friend, dozen seiviettes; Mr J. E. Williams* (brother of bride), silver tea service; Mr J- M- Jones. Lanodon, cheque A Friend, dozen prongs; A Friend, silver cruet; Mr Marvis, (cousin of bridegroom, fish carvers Mr and Mra Davies, Penarth. coal vase.

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