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YSTRILDGYNLAIS. Pte. John Perry wa" home on his second leave from France last week. Machine-Gunner D. Thomas (Glyn Villas, Brecon Road) has been heme for a few days' draft leave. Sapper F. Prosser, RE., who resided at Ciltwrch. and was a platelayer on the Midland line, has just been home on leave from France The Cliarnlwr of Trade met at Ty Gwalia. on Wednes- day, when Mr E. E. Watkins (Royal Stores) presided. Mr E. R. Evans (Cross) was appointed chairman for the ensuing year, and Mr T. Jones (Peglers), vice- chairman. The meeting decided to dispense with the | credit-system of trading, as far as possible. Mr T. Williams (Cynlais Stores) presided at a meet- ing of the Grocers Association, when the members de- cided that in future the shops should close at G o'clock in the evening of Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- day, all day Thursday, and 8 o'clock on Friday and Saturday. The member" also decided to work in ,.? cert with the Chamber of Trade in abolishing the credit system. Hendreladis and Gurnos Lodge. met at Workmen's Hal! on Wednesday, when a number of grievances were discussed. Mr Lewis Thomas presided. The chief coi tention was the house coal question, the men main- taining that, under all circumstances, a, wgrkmail should be entitled to house coal when ill. The manage- inent, on the other luultl. against whom a vote of pro- j test was passed, submit that they had the power "to ckcide a, to the merits and demerits of cases subnui- ted. The meeting resolved to tender 14 days notW to cease work on the following Monday, the colliers af- fected being^Yniscedwyn, Ystradgynlais and Gurnos. Owing to illnes.s in the family the marriage of Capt. H G. Moore-Gwyn, Rifle Brigade, to Miss Winifred Gilbert-son. took place quietly at. St. George's Church, Hanover Square, on the 16th inst. The bride is the third daughter of the late Mr Arthur Gilbert-son, J.P., Glanrhyd, Pcntardawe. a family whose name is closely associated with the iron and steel trade, and the bride- groom is the younger son of Mr J. E. Moore-Gwyn, J.P.. D.L., of Dyffryn, Neath. The bride had no bridesmaids, and was given away by her brother. Mr Frank Gilbert-oil. She wore a dress of white ninon, with a silver tulle veil, surmounted by a lace train, and carried a bouquet of white lilies. Her travelling costume of dark grey, and she wore a powder blue hat and squirrel futs. The bridegroom was accom- panied by Lieut.-Col. J. Cole, a fellow officer in the Rifle Brigade. After the service, which was fully choral, conducted by the Rev. Prebendary F. N. Thiek- nesse, the bridal party proceeded to the Bucklands, Brook Street, where a reception was given, only im- mediate relatives being present. The honeymoon is to be spent at Bournemouth.

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