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Interesting Wedding. An interesting- wedding took place on Mon- day, at Allensmore Parish Church, Hereford, the contracting parties being Miss S. A. Bar- rell, second daughter of the late Mr. Daniel Barrell and Mrs. Barrel], The Lawn, Here- ford, and r-Ir. W. A. F. Harris, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hams, Birmingham House, Led- bury, and now of Cambrian-terrace Deri. The church presented an attractive 'appearance, having been artistically decorated bv friends for the occasion. The ceremony was performed bv the Vicar of Allensmore, the Rev. J. E. Grasett. in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives of the bride and bridegroom. The JU L Wll° was S'ven away by Mr. E. Barrel (brother of the bride), was prettily attired in a of cream dclaine, trimmed with lace and white siik ruching. with hat to match. Misses '• F. G. Barrel] (sisters of the bride) were the bridesmaids, and they were charmingly dressed in cream dresses with hats to match. Mr. George Lewis (Ledbury) acted as best man. After the ceremony the wedding breakfast was partaken of at the residence of the bride's pa- rents, when a large number of guests were en- tertained to a sumptuous repast. The presents formed a handsome collection, and were as fol- low:- Bridegroom to Bridesmaids, gold brooches: Mrs. Ljarrell (mother), feather bed and linen, etc.; Miss T. Barrel, counterpanes, etc.; Miss A. Barrell, table cloth; Misses E. and F. G. Barrell, silver cruet ,uld trav cloth; Mr. Harris (father of bride- groom), half-dozen silver knives and forks and carv- ing knife and forks, etc.; Mrs. Harris, counter- panes, etc.: Mrs. Woolliams, fancy chaii, etc.; Miss Cave, Miss Burgess and Miss Lloyd, and Mr. Wool- liams, bread board and carving knife: Miss Gur- ney. dinner service; Mrs. l'owell (Warrington), pair of brass candlesticks; Mr. and Mrs. Winters, half-dozen dessert spoons and prongs; Mrs. Rich- ardson, one table cloth; Mr. A. Richardson, fancy tablecloth; Miss Mayuard (Henley-on-Thames), cheque; Miss Carlass, fancy brass tea canister; Mrs. Dovey. fancy tea cosv; Mr. Geo. Lewis, oak tea, tray; Miss Harris, set of dressing table re- quisites; Miss Green, cake d'oyleys; Mr. W. Car- lass, pair of brass candlesticks: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, silver sugar decanter; Miss Baggott, pair of vases; Miss Phillips (Weston-Super-Mare), mas. sive/photo frame; Mrs. Day (Reading), pair of pictures: Mrs. Copeland, linen; Miss Frida May- nard (Chicago), silver sugar sifter, Mr. J. Harris, half-dozen tea spoons; Mrs. Weaver, trinket set, Mr. and Mrs. Baker, pair of glass dishes; Miss Lloyd, cheque; Miss C. Cotterell, set of iugs-. Mr. and Mrs. Wigley, half-dozen wine glasses and tum- blers; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrcnce, silver ink-stand; Mrs. Taylor, table cloth; Mrs. Williams, dressing- table set; A Merthyr Friend, table cloth; Mr. and Mrs. T. Llewellyn (baker, Fochriw). tea sen-ice; Mrs. A. Shankland, table lamp; A Fochriw Friend, two kitchen chairs: Mrs. Watts (Fochriw), tea set; Miss "Jenkins (Fochriw), silver cruet stand; Mr. K. Llewellyn (Fochriw), ornaments; Mr. H. T. Win- ter (baker and confectioner, cousin of bride. Brock- hampton. Herefordshire). snpplied the wedding cake, which was artistically made.


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