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**'""*'*"1904. REGISTRATION…

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SHALL SUCCEED MR. SAMUEL SMITH?

CHURCH MUSIC.—No. 2.

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GllOXAXT. I WEDDING.—On Sunday August the 9th I a pretty wedding took place at the Groes I Weleyan Chapel. The contracting parties I being Mr William Evans, Gronant, and I Miss Hughes, Freeland House. The offic- I iating minister was the Rev John Kelly, I (Suprintendent of the circuit) assisted by I Mr J. Lloyd, registrar) Holywell. The bride who was prettily attired in a cream coloured costume with a picture hat to match, was given away by her brother, Mr J. Jones, Connah's Quay. The bridesmaid was Miss Smith, Holywell, while the duties of best man fell on Mr T. Evans (brother ot bridegroom.) After the ceremony the party (which numbered about 30) were entertained to a sumptous luncheon at Freeland House, after which the happy couple left to spend their honeymoon at Bettws-y-coed. The wedding gifts were bothfcostly and numerous. Lady Pyers Mostyn has always taken a keen inteiest in the welfare of the young people of this district, and at her request a metal carving class has been formed, which has as its principal a well-known gentleman from the metropolis. The class meets every night during this fornight and after- wards will meet once a week under the direction of Mr J. C. Batters and Mr J. D. Bulcock. It is to be hoped that the young element will embrace this opportunity and make the best of the privilege so kindly offered them

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