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TARPORLEY. GIRLS' FRIENDLY SOCIETY.-The Northwich branch of the Girls' Friendly Society were taken for their annual trip to Beeston Castle on Tuesday. After a pleasant day, they returned home through Tarporley, stopping at the Parish Church, where they attended choral evensong. WEDDING OF MR. H. W. DUTTON.—On Wednesday a pretty and quiet wedding took place at the Church of the Saviour, Birming- ham, between Mr. Herbert William Dutton, only son of Mr. Henry Dutton, Tarporley, and Miss Florence Ferguson, eldest daughter of the Rev. J. Ferguson, D.D., Edgbaston, Birmingham. The bride, who was given away by her brother, the Rev. J. Ferguson, B.A., B.D., wore a beauti- ful grey shot silk dress, trimmed with white silk, chiffon and moire ribbon (the front of the bodice was entirely white silk) and liberty, embroidery, hat of figured grey. chiffon. and white feathers. She was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss Addie Ferguson (sister) and Miss Elsie Dutton (sister of the bridegroom), who were attired in cream nun's veiling, trimmed with pale blue ribbon and chiffon, and hats of cream and pale blue chiffon. They wore gold brooches, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. R. W. Ferguson acted as best man. The service, which was choral, was conducted by the Rev. Dr. Ferguson, assisted by the Rev. G. Middleton, Bourne College, Birmingham. The hymn, 'The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden,' was sung, and the organist played the Wedding March. The nuptial party, after the ceremony, returned to the bride's home, where breakfast was served. The happy pair left shortly afterwards en route for North Wales, where they will spend their honeymoon. The wedding presents were very numerous. On Monday evening a meeting was held at the Wesleyan Chapel, for the purpose of making a presentation to Mr. H. W. Dutton on the occa- sion of his wedding, from the friends and Sunday school teachers, Mr. Dutton having been for several years a teacher and assistant secretary. A few appropriate words were said, and the best wishes of all given.

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. DELAMERE.

. KINGSLEY.

. ROSSETT.

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