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I POPULAR LIANGYNIBR WEDDING. I A very pretty wedding was celebrated at Llangynidr Church on Wednesday, June 18th. when Margaret Charlotte (Lottie), the elder daughter of Mr and Mrs John Wynter, Sycamore House, and grand-daughter of Mr and Mrs Jones, i Yelindre, ndu,- and Evan, the eldest son of Mr Meredith, of Wainfach, Cwmdu, were united in holy matrimony, the celebrant being the Rev. R. W. Jones, M.A., the newly appointed rector. The service was fully choral, Miss Price (Crickhoweii) presiding at the organ, and the church was filled with friends and well wishers of the happy pair. The bride, who was dressed in white crepe de chine, with a white veil and a wreath of orange blossom, was given away by her father. She was attended by four brides- maids, four little girls (Ethel, sister of the bride, Beatrice, sister of the bride- groom, and Gl-racie and Phyllis, daughters of Mr Powell, Pantybeili), who looked sweetly-pretty in their dresses of blue crepe de chine, trimmed with pink silk. The best man was Mr Jack Isaac, of Dolfawr, Cwmdu After the ceremony I the wedding breakfast was partaken of at the bride's home, 38 guests being entertained. The Rector presided, and in a humorous speech proposed the health of the young couple, to which the bridegroom suitably responded. Amid a shower of confetti and with the time- honoured old boots hanging behind the motor car, the happy pair proceeded for Barry and Porthcawl, where the honey- I moon is to be spent. The following is an incomplete list of the presents received :— BiiJe to bridegroom, pair gold links vi Kit-groom to muitr, uitwiug Bride's father, cheque Bride's mother, household linen Bridegroom's father, cheque From Tern, Willie, Mahon and Jack (brothers of bride), cheques Ethel and Stanley Wynter, breakfast cruet Mrs Peacock, London (bride's aunt), table linen Miss M. Peacock, London (bride's cousin), linen ami tea cosy Mr and Mrs Smout, Cwm, Ebbw Vale, counterpanes and cruet stand Grand father, gradmotber and Auntie, Cwm- du, bedroom suite and table linen Mr ami lues Poweil, Prtiitylsclli, silver tea service. Gracit) and Phyllis, silver coffee pot and dessert spoons Messrs Ernie, Selwyn and Baden Powell, cheques Master Percy Powell, afternoon teaspoons Miss Davies, Cardiff, afternoon teacloth Miss D. D. Salt, Grliffaes, picture Miss Jessie Dore, fruit dishes Miss E. Smith, silver bread fork Miss Gladys Jones, marmalade jar Miss Price, china teet service Miss Maggie and Mr Willie Jones, Llwyn- fedwen, silver flower vase Mrs Short, Joyce and Clifford Short, crvtot and bedroom tidies Miss May Francis, salad bowl Mrs Penry Thomas, silver saltcellars A friend, cheque Mrs M Jenkins, cheque Mrs Williams, Lodge, dessert spoons Beryl (bride's godchild), silver teaspoons I Miss Myfi Hamer, dessert spoons Gladys (bridegroom's sister), teaspoons Jacif p?nd Idris (bridegroom's brothers). cheque Mary Anre (bridegroom's sister), knives a^d forks Mrs arid Alma Cos, table centre and d'oytey3 forks Mrs and Alma Ccx, table centre aDd cl'oyleys Miss Watkins, Stores, picture ) A friend, knives and forks I
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The Windsor Magazine. I Some interesting impressions of the 1 possible 'developments in aviation in the I immediate future, in the opinion o no less an authority than Mr Handley Page, I nre set forth in the record of an interview wiin lam WIllCH appears in the July number of #the "Windsor Magazine." The pleasure-giving beauties of the River Thames have come into their own again with this first Peace- I time summer after the long' interval of the War, and an old interest which has almost the surprises of a new one therefore belongs to a notable series of reproductions of the many lovable pictures of Thames places and scenery painted by that distinguished landscape artist, the late Vicat Cole. R.A. The fiction of this July number is as varied ¡ and attractive as ever, and includes a delightful and complete story in the new series by Dornford Yates. Com- plete stores, grave and gay, are contrib- uted by M. L. C. Pickthall, Lincoln Tregenza, A. M. Burrage, James Francis 1 Dwyer. Barry Paiu. and other clever authors. I
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CHURCHWARDENS' STAVES. Gift to the Priory Church. Before the close of the Military Service at S. John's (Priory) Church, on Sunday last, the Bishop of Swansea dedicated at the altar two churchwardens' staves or wands, which had been given to the Church, and were used for the first time in that day's procession. These staves have their origin in the very ancient custom of carrying a wand or staff as a symbol of authority, and will be so carried by the churchwardens o-T ss John's Church whenever 'thev take part in any function or procession, at other times being set up by their seats in the church. The two given to S. John's Church are of a graceful design by Mr F. Smythe Greenwood, and were carried out by the Warham Guild and the heads are of silver, hand-wrought in the shape of crowns formed of four large flclIr de lis between the monograms of S. John and S. Mary, surmounted by medallions hn";i e on '<■>.«!o-k q. Teh" and on the other the flair dc lis in silver 11 on dark blue enamel. The ebony staves I bear an inscription on their silver shafts. .They were given by Miss Nellie Morgan as a thank-offering for the restoration to health of her sister (Miss Philip Morgan) after a serious illness.
LLANFAES PRESENTATION. To Soldier who Paid a Great Price. On 'Wednesday evening last week a number of residents of the parish of St. David, Brecon, assembled at the Parish Hall on the occasion of a presen- tation to Mr Garfield Davies, of New- march street, who lost a leg in the Great War. There were qji the platform Miss Adelaide Williams (Penpont), the Rev. J. Simon (vicar), Alderman Thomas Williams and Mr T. J. Parry (church- wardens), Councillor Wm. Williams, Mr W, R. Price (sec. to the movement), and Mr. Davies. The Rev J. Simon commenced the proceedings and said they had met for the purpose of doing honour to Garfield Davies on account of the services he had rendered in the war and who had, unfortunately, lost a limb, which his friends very much deplored. A large committee'was formed for the purpose of raising funds and their efforts were attended with great success. Miss Wil- liams, who was always prominent in all good movements and took the deepest interest in the Llanfaes boys, had been I asked to make the presentation. I Miss Williams said it afforded her great jileasure to perform the task of making the presentation, as she had 1 00r-lrl Dn. -r^v. „ HMH 1nn' time. She was grieved very much at I the misfortune which had befallen him. She then presented him with the amount contained in the purse. Hearty cheers i were given for the recipient. I Mr W. R. Price, Ffrondeg (who j rendered great service to the committee) I returned thanks on behalf of "Garfield." Councillor Wm. Williams, who was invited to say a few words; said he attended the meeting that evening for the purpose of doing honor to Garfield Davies, who had gone to do battle on behalf of his King and country. He í regretted that lie had lost a limb, but | hoped he would bear the misfortune j I i L with fortitude and with the cheerfulness which was characteristic of him, and that the dark cloud which now appeared to be hanging over him would soon pass away and be supplanted with one of a I -)pl silver lining. I' Alderman Thomas Williams moved a vote of thanks to Miss Williams for coming to Brecon and making the pre- sentation and referred to the many kind acts of the Penpont family. ¡ This was seconded by the Vicar and enthusiastically carried. I The Llanfaes Brigade Band, through the kindness of Miss Williams, was- in attendance, 'the singing of the National Anthem terminated the proceedings.
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I FARMERS; UNION. Saparate Welsh Body Likely to be Absorbed. A special meeting of the Advisory Committee for Wales of the National Farmers' Union was recently held at Llandrindod Wells, and was attended by representatives of every county. Messrs. M. T. Davies, Porthamel, Three Cocks J. W. Jones, Sheephouse, Hay and O. W. Davies, Aberduhonow, Builth Wells, represented Breconshire, and Messrs. B. P. Lewis, Neuadd; T. IDaries, Fronolau, and A. M. Pugh, Knighton, represented ■RnrlnnralnVn H-;h Mr 1V Willvime IVia secretary for the two* counties. Mr T. Williams, Forden. Montgomery, presided. A deputation from the Welsh Union attended, composed of Sir R. J. Thomas, M.P., Mr J. Hugh Edwards, M.P., and Mr J. N. Thomas, Holyhead, president. Before their admission, several South Wales representatives gave statistics of the strength of the N.F.U. in various counties. Mr John stated that the N.F.U. had 5000 members in Carmarthen, against ■10 tc 5C -■1 S fVo Wc'f^ Union. Mr Morgan said that in Glam- [ organ the N.F.U. had about 1800 mem- bers. The Welsh Union had two- possibly three—branches in the county, but those branches had now left the Welsh Union, and had joined the N.F.U. Mr Lees said that in Pembrokeshire the N.F.U. had about 2000 members. Mr R. H. Roberts said in Denbighshire and Flintshire they had only recently started, but they had already between 1000 and 1200 members. There was an indepen- dent union in Flintshire, and the Welsh Union's headquarters was in the county of Denbigh-at Llaurwst. Before any further details could be given, the deputation were admitted. Sir Robert Thomas, M.P., dwelt on the advantages which he claimed could be got from a separate union for Wales, from which a policy could be received which the Welsh members of Parliament could act upon in the House of Commons. A delegate asked Sir R. Thomas if he was a member of the Agricultural Com- mittee of the House of Commons. Sir R. Thomas admitted that he was not. After considerable discussion, during which it was emphasised by almost every speaker that the present affiliation with the N.F.U. must be insisted upon, a resolution was passed unanimously (and it was understood the deputation agreed to it) deciding to hold a conference at Llandrindod of two delegates from each county committee of the N.F.U. in Wales, and two each from the Welsh and independent unions. THE ROYAL COMMISSION. On the proposition of Mr B. P. Lewis. seconded by Mr Noah Morgan, the 5 following resolution was unanimously passed :— JLIAU/L U U lHg u Lae laCt vii.HL Ù i; as members of the N.F.U:, who represent the great majority of Welsh farmers, have not been consulted in the appoint- ment of a representative for Wales on the Royal Agricu'tural Commission, and as at present advised, we do not see the advisability of giving evidence." CANADIAN TORE CATTLE. Mr T. Howard proposed, and Mr Mer- vyn T. Davies seconded, that the Advisory Committee request the Council of the N.F.U. to strongly protest against the importation of Canadian store cattle.
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