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Tylorstown. On Tuesday last, a. very pretty wedding took lace at Holy Trinity Church. The contracting parties were Dr. Richard Fox Br-yn, Port Talbot, and Miss Helena Havard Cannon, niece of the Rev. and Mrs. Rees, Vicarage, Tylorstown. The bride, who was prettily attired, was given away by her brother, Mr. John Cannon, while Miss Maggie Cannon acted as bridesmaid. The Rev. J. Rees, vicar of Tylorstown (uncle of bride), officiated. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the Vicarage, after which the happy couple left for London, where the honey- moon is being spent. On Wednesday last, a bnaquet was held at the Diamond Jubilee Hotel, under the auspices of the St. John Ambulance Brigade (Tylorstown Division). The guests of the evening, were Mr. T. Vivian-Rees, Cardiff (head, secretary of Messrs." D. Davis and Sons, Ltd.. Ferndale and Tylorstown) Mr: F. Llewellyn Jacobs, Ferndale (agent of Messrs. D., Davis and Sonsi); Mr. Taliesyn E. Richards (agent Lockett's Merthyr Collieries, Mardy), superintendent Rhondda Fach Corps; Mr. Tom Davies, Pentre (superintendent- Rhondda Fawr Corps); Superintendent Davidson, Great Western Colliery, Ponty- pridd; Dr. Morris, Mardy and the local managers of Messrs. D. Davis and Sons' Collieries, Tylorstown. Dr. T. H. Morris presided. In proposing the toast of The Patron of the Order of St. John," the President referred in glowing terms to His Majesty the King, who had dona so much for the Order. This toast was re- ceived with much enthusiasm, after which Mr. J. T. Jones gave a fine rendering of "The Wolf." Mr. T. Vivian-Rees fol- lowed with the toast of The St. John Ambulance Brigade," coupled with the names of Superintendent Davies and Superintendent Richards, and presented labels, medallions, vouchers and certifi- cates to members of the Brigade. Coun- cillor D. Smith afterwards gave the toast of The Tylorstown Division of the Rhondda Fach Corpe," coupled with the names of Dr. E. J. Morris (hon. surgeon) and Superintendent and Hon. Sec. J. H. Davies. In presenting both gentlemen with a photograph of the Tylorstown Brigade, he said it was a pleasure to pre- sent such gentlemen as Dr. Morris and Mr. Davies. They were a credit to the district. The Guests was given by Mr. D. Fenwick; "The President" was given by Mr" Tom Morgan, Queen's Square; whilst the "Host and Hostess" was given by the president, who thanked Mr. and Mrs. Jones for their good cater- ing. The programme consisted of scng, Thora," Mr. John Daniel; recitation from Shakespeare bv Mr. L. D. Lewis song, "Big Ben," Mr. Godfrey Price; song, "Anchored," Mr. J. T. Jones; recitation. Mr. L. D. Lewis song, The Storm Fiend," Mr. Godfrey Price.

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