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MR. FRANK LLOYD'S HORSE SALES.

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DAROWEIR. MARRIAGE REJOICINGS. On Wednesday, the 3rd inst., at the Parish Church, Darowen, Mr Joseph Owen, of Frongoch, and MISS Harriet Eleanor Evans, of Coedyrhyd, were married by the Rector, Rev. R. Richards. The bride was given away, in the absence of her father through illness, by her brother, Mr Matthew Evans, of Cwmbychanbach, her brother, Mr Henry Evans, acting as best man, and her little niece, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jones, of London, acting as bridesmaid. At the completion of the ceremony the Wedding March waa played by Mr Edwards, schoolmaster. A beautiful arch of evergreens was erected at the entrance to the Churchyard, bearing the mottoes Hir Oes" and Happiness." QN leaving the church the usual shower of riee came pouring on the bridal party. The school children were treated by Mr Jones, of London, to an abundance of sweets. Guns were fired at intervals all day, and flags were waved at Darowen AND Cemmaes Coch, a hamlet through which the party passed on their way to Coedyrhyd. Here lunch had been provided for relations and friends and TENANTS of the bride's father. Amongst those present were the Rector and Mrs Richards, Miss Jones, of Gerastedgoed, Mr and Mrs Jones, of London, Mr and Mrs Pughe, Cwmbychanmawr, Mr and Mrs Evans, Cwmbychan- bach, Mr R. Richards (Rector's son) Mr Edwards (schoolmaster), &c. After luncb the bride and bridegroom drove off to CEMTNAES Road to meet the train for Towyn, where they were going to spend their honeymoon.

PENEGOES.

LLANGADFAN.

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