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The Coming Fight.


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MOCHDRE. I PERSONAL.—Mr Archie Inglis, according to the Natal papers, received a most enthusiastic wel- some by his numerous friends at Hillarus, after his return from a six months' leave. His many friends here will be pleased to learn that he has received the important post of claims inspector in the general manager's office of the South African Union Railways, and has been removed to Johannesburg to undertake the many duties of his office. INTERESTING WEDDING.-On Monday week, being the occasion of marriage of Mr David Evans and Miss Charlotte Francis, two well- known and highly respected local residents, the village of Mocbdre was en feta. The ceremony was performed in the Parish Church, where a large congregation and full choir were assembled. The service was choral. As the bride entered the church, accompanied by Mr Fred Maddocks, of Merthyr, who subsequently gave her away, the choir sang the hymn The voice that breathed o'er Eden." The bride was tastefully attired in an amethyst costume with hat to match, and long two stolp, and wore a gold photo pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Beatrice Tilsley, niece of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and was becomingly dressed in a dark grey costume with a black and white hat, and wore a gold bangle, the gift of the bridegroom. They both carried hand- some bouquets of white chrysanthemums, lilies of the valley, and oarnations. Mr J. E. Lewis, Kincoed, performed the duties of beat man. After the ceremony was over the bride and bride- groom were subjected to showers of confetti and rioe, and left immediately by motor-car for South Wales, where the honeymoon will be spent. The seating of the large congregation assembled in the church was most efficiently carried out by Mr Arthur Lewis, Penygraig. When the merry peal of the church bells and the booming guns had oeased, the children of the church day and Sunday schools, the members of the choir, and the friends of the bride and bridegroom retired to the school- room, where they were entertained to tea by the generosity of the bride and bridegroom. Owing to the large number present the tea was carried on till six o'clock, when the Vicar proposed the toast of the bride and bridegroom, and called for three cheers, which were heartily given. Mrs Lewis, Kinooed, Mrs E. Morris, Penthryn, and Mrs J. J. Roberts, Vicarage, presided over the tables, and were ably assisted by Mrs Inglis, Mrs Jeremiah Morgan, Mrs David Orrells, Mrs Thomas Evans, Miss Gertrude Lewis, etc. A large num- ber of presents were received, which were costly and useful.

The Montgomery Boroughs.

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.. Sodden Death at Newtown.

, Mayor's Sanday at Montgomery,