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I Nodion Llywarch Hen

Congl yr Awen.

Nonconformist Chapels.

The Vale of Conway and District…

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Mr. L. W. Carder's Affairs-I

Fashionable and Interesting…



NORTON—B ELLEW. Miss Mary Bellew and Mr. Harry Egerton Norton, son of Mr. R. Norton, of Penrhiwardwr, Talycafn, Vale of Conway, were married on Saturday at Holv Trinity, Sloane-street, in the presence of a large gathering of friends. The ceremony was a very pretty one, and there was beautiful music. An unusual feature was the escort of groomsmen in attendance on the bridesmaids. The bride wore a train and dress of satin charmeuse, exquisitely embroidered in a design of oak leaves and acorns, and her tulle veil fell almost to the border of her Court train. She carried a bunch of orange buds and oak leaves. A little boy and girl, in white satin picture costumes, acted as train-bearers, and her numerous retinue of bridesmaids wore eigbteenth-cent-uxy hrurrting coats and skirts of heliotrope cloth, braided with antique goM braid. Their black tricome hats had drooping white plumes, and they carried long black staves mounted in crystal and tied up with knots of black moire ribbon. The bridegroom gave to each a badge, worn on a narro-w band of black moire ribbon round the neck. The Sub- Dean of the Chapel Royal officiated, and the bride was given away by her mother. The re ception took place at the Hans Crescent Hotel. Many very beautiful wedding presents were received.

The Service.