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MAtiR [ AGE OF MISS HUGHES BEONYFFYNNON, AND MR. THOMAS MOORE. At eleven o'clock on Thursday (yester- day) a marriage which caused considerable local interest was solemnized in the pre- sence of a very large number of friends at the Independent Cuapel, Swan-lane, Den- bigh, the bride being Miss Sophia Hughes, eldest daughter of the Mayoress of Denbigh (Mrs A Lloyd Jones), and of her former husband, the late Mr Thomas Hughes, Portland-place, Denbigh. The bridegroom was Mr Thomas Moore, third son of the late Mr Robert Moore, of Market Drayton, Shropshire, and now resident at Colwyn Bay. The bride, who looked most charming, was attired in a very beautiful dress of white mervilieux silk, trimmed with real Brussels laca and orange blossoms, and wore a tulle veil over a wreath of orange blossoms. She also wore a diamond brooch the gift of the bridegfoaai, and carried a magnificent shower bouquet of roumania, lacander, tulips, crysanthemums, and primulas, intermixed uitn maiden-hair fern, hjderangea and plumosis, and satin etreameis. She was accompanied by two bridesmaids, Miss C.ssie Lloyd Jones and Miss Gwenie Lloyd Jones (stepsisters of the bride), who were prettily gowned in resida cloth, trimm 2d with white silk, and white cherry- ripe hats, and also wore brooches of turquoise and pearls, the gift of the bridegroom, and carried beautiful bouquets of narcissus and white hyacinths with -n# 'de maiden-hair fern and asparagus. The mother of the bride (Mrs A Lloyd Jones) was attired in an extremely hand- some dress of black brecaded silk trimmed with silv9r^and black sequin. Mr Alex Bellamy played the wedding march while the bride was led to the altar by her stepfather, the Mayor of Denbigh. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Thomas Clark, Baptist minister, Market Drayton (uncle of the bridegroom), assisted by the Rev James Charles. The duties of best man were ably carried out by Mr Charles Vincent Clark, cousin of the bridegroom. As the hstppy couple left the sacred edifice they received the real Welsh bless- ing of showers of rice and confetti from the large assembly outside. They drove away amid the hearty good wishes of all, to Sronyffynnon, the residence of the Mayor, where a recherche breakfast was served to a large number of guests. On the beauti- fully decorated table was a very massive and handsomely ornamented wedding cake, supplied by Mrs Hughes, con- fectioner, Vale-street, Denbigh. 0 Shortly afterwards Mr and Mrs Moore left, amid the hearty congratulations of their friends and earnest good wishes for their future happiness and prosperity, by the 2.20 train for London, where the -iloneymoon is to be spent. LIST OF PRESENTS. Bridegroom to Bride, gold watch, bracelet, z, diamond and saphire ring. Bride to Bridegroom, gold guard and loeket. Mr and Mrs A Lloyd Jones (parents), linen and cheque. Brothers and .,sisters;-44 Alfred," Queen Anne teapot and goat skin rug "Cissie," old brcfaze figures; Gwennie," cushion and tea set; "Beatrice," parcel scales; I Norman and Myfanwy," silver-mounted fisli knives and forks. Mrs Charles, "The Moors," Abbots Brom- ley, tea set. Mrs Clark and Mr Charles Vincent Clark, silver mounted salad bowl. Miss M Moore, Worcester, breakfast cruet and preserve dish. Miss T Charles, fruit dish and toast rack. A Friend, silver-mounted butter dish. Miss M Williams, Factory-place, pair of vases. Mr Thomas Davies, Mr David Davies, Miss C A Davies, and Miss Emmie Davies, Brynhyfryd, Denbigh, silver and gold eg stand. Mr and Mrs Hughes, Bodhyfryd, oak coal box. Mrs Thomas Bartley, silver-mounted celery bowl. Mr and Mrs Thomas Jones, Henllan-place, silver breakfast cruet. Mrs Edwards, Upper Brook-street, Man- chester, solid silver afternoon tea spoons and tongs. Miss Katie Williams, point lace sideboard cover. Mrs Davies, Bolton, silver-mounted jam stand. IJrKay, Bolton, four salt cellars and silver spoons* Mr and Mrs Hugh Williams, Swansea, cheque. Mr and Mrs Evans, Gwalia Hotlse, Rhyl, drawing room timepiece. Mr .1 Brookes-Davies, Rhyl, photograph frame. :11" niid Mrs R P Davies, hemstitched diamond table cloth. Mr and Mrs Jones, Victoria Buildings, Holywell, brass and china centro piece and silk table centre. Miss Adeline and Cecilia Jones, Victoria Bnildings, Holywell, silver fernpots. Miss Lena Jones, Brynhyfryd, ilowerstand. Dr and Mrs Griffith Roberts, cheque. Mr and Mrs Lloyd (saddler), Vale-street, fheque. Ale n-i Mrs John Bartley, silver-mounted biscuK barrel. Mr and frs Joseph Bartley, silver break- fast c-ruei; Rev and M.^ Charles, brass crumb brush and tray. Misses Jennie and Maggie Williams, Chippendale t,ay inlaid. z2 Misses Emmieai,dGwladys Roberts, copper kettle,, w Miss Cromar, W.-exharu, drawn thread tray cioth and d'oyle. Lss Jennie Davies, Love-lane, solid oak •afternoon tray with silver handles. Miss Davies, The Asylum, silk centrepiece. Miss Ettie Saltisbury, silver and chiaer cruet. Miss Ilettie Evans, embroidered afternoon table cover. Misses E A and Sarah Roberts, hand-i painted picture. Miss Jones, Ty Isa, vase. Miss Young, Post Office, copper crumb brush and tray. Miss Phyllis Pierce Hughes, afternoon trble cover. Miss Mary Adaus, brass candlesticks. Mr and Mrs Roger Jones, lace toilet covers. 1\Jr Jones, Glythia Isa, card tray. nil's H:W3, 42, Vale-strooi, pfeoto frame. Mr and Nips-T J Williams, High-street, older down quilt. Mr Robert Evans, Swine-market, silve dessert spoons. Mr -k Evans, chippendale overmantel. "I Mr E M Jones, valuable old Dresden vase. Miss Charlotte Jones, L.E.A.M., photo- graph frame. Miss Lloyd and Miss Roberts, 10, Swine- market, afternoon oak tray. Mrs Roberts, butcher, teapot and stand. Mr and Miss Isaac Morris, white kid shoes. Mrs Morris, Rosemary-lane, sugar and cream jug and basin. Mr and Mrs J P Joyce, silver breakfast cruet. Mrs Parry, Clwnl Villa, serviette rings. Mrs L Hughes, Tower-hill, teapot. Mr and Mrs David Davies, tea cosy and teapot stand. Mr Treubath, New Brighton, gentleman's dressing case with silver-mounted fittings. A Friend, cheville table cover. A Friend, oak and silver inkstand. I Miss J Davies, Pwllheli, silver fish carvers. Miss Florence Mills, sideboard cover. Miss Sarah Williams, cushion. Mrs Build-, Highgate, Counted travelling purse. Mr Wood, Market Drayton, bro,. la- ments. Dr Clark, Birmingham, epergne Miss Nora Moore, silver-mounted butter dish. Mr Watkin Jones, Pellwall, Market Dray- ton, floral table decoration. Mr J J Evans, London, barometer. Miss Jones, confectioner, silver jam spoons, i Mrs Hughes, confectioner, serviettes. The bouquets were the gift of the bride- groom's friend, Mr Watkin Jones, Pellwall, Market Drayton. Pellwall, Market Drayton.

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