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PRETTY WEDDING AT MAESTEG. i REES--ALLEX. On October 29th. at the English Congrega- tional Chapel. Maesteg, air interesting wed- ding was solemnised, the contracting parties being Mr. William Rees. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rees. Queen-street., and Miss Amelia Allen, of Ewenny-road. The bride, who vas given away by her father. looked charming in a white robe of real Irish embroidery over satin. She wore a plain tulle veil, fas- tene-d with orange blossoms and lilies of the valley, and carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley and white chrysanthemums. The train-bearers were Master Arthur Carbis. nephew of the bride, who looked very pic- turesque in cream cloth, with a pale blue &ash and a three-cocked hat. with white os- trich feathers, and Miss Constance Loveil. cousin of the bride, who wore a pretty cream silk dress and a wreath of white roses in her head, and carried a. basket of lilie.sand very choice chrysanthemums, with long ends of pink ribbon. There we--e four bridesmaids. ,lisse5 Nellie Allen, sister of the bride; Hetta Hopkins, and Lilie and Bes:sie Rees. sisters of the bridegroom. They v, *Gli*el cream dresses, with blue sashes and cream lace hat3 and roses. The chapel was beautifully decor- ated for the occasion by Messrs. R. T. Loveland and Son. Madam Sanbrook-Jones beautifully sang the solo, The Lord remem- beieth His own." and the orgauist, Mr. D. Rees, played the Wedding March by Elvey, and other selections suitable for- the occa- sion. Mr. D. Walter Thomas conducted the singing, the choir being oresent. There w as a large congregation present to witness the ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Gwilym Jones. B.D., castor of the church. Mr. William Sargeant acted as best man, while M'iss Nellie Adieu. we& efcief brides- maid. After the ceicyoouv-aboiit 56 gnests partook of breakfast at 'the residence of the bride, after which the newly-wedded pair left for the West of mi-gland, where the honey- moon is being spent. The bride wore a tra- velling costume of rich brown cloth with silk velvet hat and white ostrich feathers. LIST OF PRESENTS.. ) Bridegroom to Bride: White miiff and fur. Bride to Bridegroom: Handsome writing- desk. Rev. and Mrs. Gwilym Jones Cheque. Mr. C. Allen: Drawing-room fender and fire- irons. Mrs. C. Allen House linen and other useful ■articles. Mr. John Allen: Handsome hand-painted mirror. Ma-. Joseph Allen Handsome hand-painted mirror. Miss E. Allen. London Beautiful dinner service. Miss X, Alen: Clock and vases. Mr. and Mrs. John Rees: Cutlery, and a beautiful silver plated cruet. Mr. and Mrs. D. Rees Kitchen fender, ash pan. and tiower pot. Mr. and Mrs. E. Rees, Nantyffyllon Chest of drawers. Mrs. Rees. Barnardo-street: Table cloth. Miss Bessie Rees Beautiful brass stand. Mr. B. Rees Alarum clock. Mrs. Edwards: Pair of miniatures. Mr. and Mrs. Car bis: Handsome pair of paintings. Miss B. Pearce, Penygraig: Cut glass fruit bowl. Miss E. Loveil, Penypraig: Cut glass salad bowl. Mrs. Sanquin. Croydon Pair silver-mounted vases. Mrs. Knott. London Bed quilt. Mrs. Rocke. Merotham. Surrey: Tea breakfast service and overmantel. Mrs. Paton, London Brush and crumb tray. Mrs. Alfred Benson. Merotham. Surrey Singer sewing machine. Mrs. Douglas. Mr. Trevor, and Miss Vivian, of Benson's Farm. Merotham, Surrey: A beautiful silver tea service. Miss Frond. London Table cioth. MistS Warwick, London Damask table cloth. Mr. Southgate. London Silver butter knife, pickle fork, and jam spoon. M'iss Adcock. Merotham, Surrey: Half-dozen d'ovleys. I- Mr. Fisher and Miss Fairman. London Sil- ver teaspoons. Miss Lily Mc-rean. Maesteg: Handsome drawn-thread linen tea cloth. Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn: Beautiful pair of Jugs. A Friend: 8-day regulator clock. F Mrs. Dep.sey. Battersea. London: Fancy cushion cover. Miss H. Hopkins. Garn'lwyd: Reaut 1-ful fur hearth rug. Mr. E. Hopkins: Walnut coal skuttle. Miss S. A. Smith. Tonvrefail: Plush cushion cover, decorated with ribbon work. Mrs. Davies, London House: Cutlery. Miss E. Sansom, Bournemouth: Set of toilet covers.

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