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--Interesting Wedding at Abergele.

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Interesting Wedding at Abergele. STEWART-JONES. An extremely pretty wedding was witness- ed at the Abergele Parish Church on Thurs- day morning, the contracting parties being Mr. George Donald Stewart, third son of Mrs. Stewart and the late Mr. John Stewart, Plasnewydd Buildings, and Miss Lizzie Jones, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jones, Metropole Cafe, Abergele. The Curafte of Abergele (Rev. D. R. Griffiths) officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked very charming in a dress of white silk crepe de chene. Her halt was of white corded silk, trimmed with a large white ostrich feather and silver cords. The bridesmaids, Miss Emily Stew- art and Miss Annie Jones, were dressed in white silk. Miss Jones wore a white beaver hat trimmed with Pa/isley silk, and Miss Stewart a similar hat trimmed with a wreath of roses. The bride carried a bouquet of white flowers, and each bridesmaid one of pink flowers. Mr. C. P. Jones, jun., acted as groomsman, and Mr. Harry Fletcher as best man. The subsequent reception was held at the bridesmaid's home, where a large party of relations and friends sat down to a sumptuous breakfast. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart left Abergele by the 2.30 p.m. train for Bicester, Oxfoid, where the honeymoon is being spent. The following is a list of the wedding presents Bride to bridegroom, gold albert; bride- groom to bride, gold locket set with pearls and rubies bridegroom to bridesmaids, gold brooches Mr. C. P. Jones (father of bride), cheque Mrs. Jones (mother of bride), house linen; Miss Annie Jones (sister), silver candlesticks and silver teapot; Mr. Charlie Jones (brother), dinner service; Mr. and Mrs. J. Stewart (Rhyl), timepiece; Mr. J. Stewart (Birkenhead), case of carvers; Mr. C. Stewart, case of tea-spoons; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Needham, china tea service; Miss Blanche Stewart, silver butter dish; Miss Emily Stewart, case of silver-mounted salt cellars Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams (Liverpool), table-centre; Mr. J. Williams (Liverpool), brass fire-dogs Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams (Bryntirion-terrace), views of Gwrych Castle; Mr. Richard Williams, jun., flower stand; Mr. and Miss Jones, Bryndedwydd, tablecloth Miss Lilian Jones (Barmouth), sideboard cloth; Mr. and Mrs. Rawlings (Shrewsbury), copper hot water jug; Mrs. Walker (Shrewsbury), antique silver vases; Mrs. Wilson and Mr. Jones (Shrewsbury), timepiece Mrs Jones (Shrews- bury), feather bed, bolsters, and pillows, &c. Mr and Mrs. Jones (Shrewsbury), silver mounted jam dish members of St. Michael's Church choir, to bride, silver-mounted toilet set; to bridegroom silver matchbox; Mrs. Roberts (Mostyn), antique vases Mrs. Ro- beits (l'hewl, Mosityn), pictures Mr. Henry Fletcher and Miss Clara Hughes, oak biscuit barrel (silver mounted) Mr. and Mrs. E. Williams, Morannedd, brass fire-irons Miss Williams, Morannedd, cushion Mr. Teddy Williams, Morannedd. d'oyleys; Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, New York-terrace, jam spoons; Master Harold Edwards, New York-terrace, flower stand Mr. Robert Pick- up, Tannery, lambskin rug Mr. and Mrs. Rees, Giencairn," silver-nounted mar- malade dish, with spoons Mr. W. A. Jones, watchmaker, table forks; Miss Gwyneth Ro- berts, Manchester House, antique vases; Miss Baker (Seacombe), sideboard cloth Mrs Radcliffe, Plas Isa'. china coffee set; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Davies, Disraeli-villa, toilet set; Miss Mamie Davies, Disraeli- villa, cushion Misses Woodhouse, Awelfin, cushion Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davies, Glyn Gele, bronze frame; Miss Phyllis Davies, Glyn Gele, cruet Miss Davies, 1, Park- villas, antique trinket; Mrs. Barlow, PLaisanit-place, vases; Mrs. H. Fitton, Plasant-place, bras3 candlesticks; Miss Edith Needham, Plasant-place, vases Mrs. Fletcher, The Stores, silver sugar basin and sifter; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones, Peny- bont House, flower vase and stand; Mr. Tom Pierce, Victoria House, silver rose bowl; Miss Lloyd, Glanaber, bath towels Mrs. and Miss Dexter, Ty'r Bugail, tea cloth; Mrs. Elizabeth Ro- berts, sideboard cloth; Mrs. Evans, New-street, .pair rose baskets Mrs. ™ Ul!,iams' .5' Bryntirion, china cake dish Mrs. W. Williams, 14, Bryntirion, china jam jar Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Leigh, brass photo frames Mr and Mis Tom Jones, Bryn Gele, teapot and stand Master John Willie Jones, Bryn Gele, oread-dish; Miss Evans, Peny- bauc, table cover Miss Johnson, Sea-road, flower stand Mr. W. Chesters, Water-street, flower vases; Mr. and Mis. John Jones, Tan lallt Bach, ivory brush and comb Mr. and Mrs. Burslem, Sea-road, china dish on silver stand Mrs. Harrow, Bedford Cottage, silver mounted jam dish and butter knife; Mrs. Mc Rae, Harold-terrace, silver jam spoon, picklefork and butter knife; Mrs. Parry, London House, silver-mounted scent bottles and table centre; Mrs. H. P. Wil- liams, Park House, silver-mounted butter dish; Mis Owen, Crown Bach, case silver- mounted salt cellars Mr and Mrs D. Rus- sel Edwards, case silver-mounted salt cellars Miss Marie Lewis, Gwindy Hotel, silver- mounted pepperettes; Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Needham, Cecil House, silver candlesticks; Miss Bessie Furnish, New York-terrace, brass candlesticks Miss Blodwen Pritchard, Chapel-street, writing desk in morocco cover; Mrs. Luke Thomas, New-street, china teapot; Mrs Joseph Williams, Church- street, cheese stand; Mrs. John Jones, Peel- street, crest plates Mrs. Hugh Williams, Peel-street, vases; Mr. T. Llewelyn Jones, Rose Cottage, silver mounted flower vase; Miss Hughes and Miss Edwards, The Vicar- age, coppef spirit kettle Miss Powell, Con- servative Club, afternoon teacloth; Miss Williams (Waterworks Stores), lace d'oyles Mr. Bonnet (Rhyl), butter knife and pickle fork; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leigh, Gele- avenue, silver mounted flower vases; Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Bushnell, silver butter cooler; Miss Williams, Bank-buildings, table cloth; Mrs. Jones, Penybanc, fruit dish; Mrs. J. T. Millward, linen; Mrs. Hughes, Uwchydon, brass travelling clock; Mrs. Griffith, Bryn Llewelyn, glass dishes Miss Bowler (Bicester, Oxford), curtain-ties; Mr. J. Gerrard, Plasnewydd Buildings, pair silver mounted salt cellars. SEARCHLIGHT.

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