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TALYBONT. WEDDING.On Friday, at the Talybont C.M. chapel (in the presence of Mr Abram, Registrar), Mr Ellis Williams, iiwynycoed, the eldest son of Mrs Williams, Ty Du, Eglwys- fcach, was joined in holy matrimony to Miss Claudia Roberts, youngest 4daughtex of Mr Wil- liam Roberts, Tyddyn Robin, Llanbedr, the Refv W. E. Williams officiating. Mr Willie Roberts, brother of the bride, acted as best man, and Miss Williams, sister of the bridegroom, as bridesmaid. The bride was given away by her father. After the ceremony, which was wit- nessed by a large gathering, the wedding party left for Conway, where the wedding breakfast was served bv Mrs D. Wynne Roberts, of the Abram's Temperance Hotel, the following being present: —Mr Roberts (father of the bride) Miss LizÚe Rowlands (her niece), Mr W. M. Roberts (Llandudno), Mr Willie Tones (Glandulyn), and the Rev. and Mrs., W. E. Williams. The Rev. W. E. Williams proposed the health of the young couple in a happy poetic speech, and Gwilym. Eigiia also contributed some poetry in his usual inimitable style. The bridegroom very suitably responded. The young couple left early in the afternoon for Pwllheli, where the honey- moon will be spent. SOCIAL GATHERING.—On Friday evening a most, enjoyable social in aid of the local Reading Room, was held in the Schoolroom, which been gaily decorated by the Misses Pot- ter. During the first part of the evening the ,audienoe enjoyed a capital concert, over which the Rev. D. P. Hopkins presided, Miss Laura Potter being the pianist. The following ar- tistes apneiared :—Miss A. Jones, Llanrwst Miss L. P. Owen, Mr. W. E. Hughes, Miss A. Potter, Mr Tim Evans, and Party (conducted by Mr. T. Evans), Miss Daisy Evans, Miss Sally Jofnes. Master W. Hugihes, Mr. G. Williams, Miss L. Potter, Miss. A. B. Jones. At 8.30 the audience Iat down to an excellent supper pro- paired by the members of the Ladies' Committee. At one end of the room a well-stocked bran pie in charge of Mrs. Williams. Brvn Awel, Miss A. Potter, Mr. J. R. Jones, Plas Arfon, and Mr. W. Tlvrvs was the source of great amusement; while the post-office," under the care of the Rev. W. E. Williams, did a roaring trade, Masters Willie Hughes and Fred Tones being the postmen. During intervals Mr. T. Parry Jones (Eos y Llechwedd) delighted all with a selection of old Welsh, airs. A hearty vote of thanks to all who had assisted in making the evening so. en joyable was proposed by the Rev. W. E. Williams and seconded by Mr. D. Hnehes. All the arrangements were under the control of the followmg committee: -Mrs. Wil- liams, Brvn Awel (President) Mrs. Hughes, Blaenddol (Treasurer) Miss L. Potter (Secre- tary) Mrs. Davies. School House: Mrs. Owen, Shop Newvdd Mrs. Williams, Wern Isa' Mrs. Tones, Mrs. Jones, Plas Arfon; Mrs. Hughes, Tanvffordd; Mrs. Jones, Castell; Mrs. Roberts, Bedol; Miss Jones, Tyddynfelyn Miss Evans, Dolhvfrvd: Miss Roberts, Tv- ucha'rffordd; Miss Roberts, Carregyffordd Miss Williams. Bodewymedd; Miss A. Potter, Primrose Bank: Miss Roberts. Plas Dulyn Miss Owen, Bull Inn Miss Tones. Glandulvn Miss Davies, Rhiwgoch • Miss Hushes, Glvm- rlwr; Miss) L. P. Owen, Ty'nrterfyn; and Miss Farohwel. BUILDING OPERATIONS.—The building trade is rather brisk in the district at present- Mr. R. T. Williams. Pomtwran, is buildin? a house for Mr. Carson, of Gresford, and Mr. Thomas Williams, Maes v Bryn. bulÎldriilllcr two hunea.lows for Mr. W. Roberts, Ddoleastell and Liverpool. Llan.bedr is fast becoming the sum- mer resort of influential persons from our great towns. .ALUMINIUM WORKS.—Several of the offi- cials of the new Company were in the district these last days, and there is every prospect of the works restarting immediately after Christ- mas. This will be of great benefit to the dis- trict. CHRTSTTAN ENDEAVOUR SOCIETY.-At the C.M. Chapel, on Sunday evening, Mr. R. Wynne, Perthi. presiding, very good papers were read bv Miss An.nie Roberts, Panteg, and Miss Annie Hughes, Glandwr. COUNCIL SCHOOL.—Mr Evans, the assist- ant, has left for another appointment at Ban- gor, and Mr Roberts, from Penygroes, has taken his place.


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