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Local Weddings.


Local Weddings. LEWIS—BATEMAN. At Haverfordwest, on Monday, the nuptials were celebrated of Mr T Lewis, carriage- cleaner in the employ of the G.W.R. Co., and Miss W Bateman, of Drim Mill. --0-- GEORGE-HARRIES. The wedding took place at Rhosycaerau, on Saturday, the Rev. J G James (pastor) officiating, of Mr Gwynne V George, of Tre- groes, and Miss Mary Jane Harries, of Llan- druidian. Amongst the wedding party -were Misses Mina and May George (sisters of the bridegroom), Miss Bessie Harries (sister of the bride), Miss Evans, Treysgaw; Miss Higgon, Mr John George, Tregroes; and Mr Willie Harries, I landruidiau. After the ceremony the happy couple was driven to Churchlands, in a carriage provided by the Royal Oak Mews, Fishguard. o JACKMAN—EVANS. A marriage which aroused a considerable amount of interest was solemnised by the Rev. Dan Davies, on Saturday morning, in Hermon Chapel, Fishguard, which was well filled with relatives and friends of the con- tracting parties, who were respectively Mr Bertram Jackman, second steward on one of the G.W.R. Co.'s Rosslare boats, and Miss E A Evans, second daughter of Mr and Mrs Evans, of the Swan Hotel, Fishguard. The bride, who was attractively gowned in a white cos- tume, was given away by her brother, Mr J Evans, and attended by her sisters, the Misses Maud and Sally Evans, and by Mrs Kyte and the Misses E and M A Eynon. Mr Kyte, of Victoria Avenue, acted as best' man. Upon emerging from the chapel after the tying of the nuptial knot, the happy couple met with a very cordial reception at the hauds of a large number of people gathered outside.— Mr and Mrs Jackman have taken up their residence at Arranmore, High-street.

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