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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

TARVIN.

« FARNDON.

HA WARDEN.

. BROUGHTON HALL.

. GUILDEN SUTTON.

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GUILDEN SUTTON. INTERESTING WEDDING.—On Monday this ancient parish was enlivened on the occasion of the wedding of Mr. John Griffiths, a member of the Church Choir, and Miss Eunice Hignett, daughter of Mr. Thomas Hignett, who is an old resident in the village. The ceremony took place at two o'clock at the Parish Church, the Rev. J. R. Timperley officiating. The edifice was filled to overflowing with friends and well- wishers. Afterwards the party adjourned to the residence of Mr. Hignett, where a sub- stantial breakfast was provided. In the evening there was an enjoyable dance. The presents included the following :—The Vicar, photo of the Queen Mr. C. W. Dutton, clock; Members of the Church Choir, tea service and jugs Mr. Hignett, a table; Mr. Handley, tea service; Mr. Joseph Jenkins, set of jugs; Mr. J. Griffiths, tea pot and cream jug; Mrs. Jenkins, set of dinner plates Mrs. Stokes, set of glasses; Mr. Large, set of dishes; Mrs. Cotgreave, butter dish Mr. E. Hignett, set of irons Miss Pover, a lamp: Miss A. Hignett, set of jugs; Mr. Crier, set of brushes Viss L. Hignett, sugar bowl and jug; Miss Felstead, sugar bowl and jug-

WREXHAM.

. CONNAH'S QlIAY.

FLINT.

LITTLE SUTTOZV.¡

WHITCHURCH.

.0 FRODSHAM.

NANTWICH.

. HOOTON.

. MIDDLEWICH.

- BUCKLEY.

-0 LEESWOOD.

. NORTHOP.

. TARPORLEY.

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