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GILWERN. MARRIAGE.—A marriage was celebrated at the Llanelly Parish Church on Wednesday, February loth, between Mr. Frederick J. Ed- wards, third son of the late Mr. Edward Edwards, and Mrs. Edwards, Bleak House, Gilwern; and Miss M. A. (Pollie) Stephens, second daughter the late Mr. John Stephens, Park Farm, Victoria, and Mrs. Stephens, Pen-y-bont Terrace, Gilwern. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. E. A. T. Roberts, M.A., rector of the parish. The bride was given away by her eldest brother, Mr. David Stephens. The bridesmaids were Miss M. Stephens, Victoria, and Miss Gladys M. Stephens, Gilwern. The bridegroom was accompanied by Mr. William Watkins, Blackwood, and Mr. Edwards Edwards, Clydach. Miss Evans, the church organist, presided at the organ. Amongst those who witnessed the ceremony were Miss Nellie Fielder, Danyhont Mrs. Jones, Church House and the Rev. T. Jeremy. The happy couple on leaving the church met with showers of confetti. After- wards a reception was held at the bride's home, when several expressed their congratulations and good wishes to [the newly-wedded couple. Later in the day Mr. and Mrs. Edwards left for Birmingham. The presents were costly and numerous. The Rev. George Roberts, B.A., rector of Rhayadr, was unable to be present owing to a death in the family, and Mr. John Stephens (brother of bride) was unable to be present, as he has answered his country's call and is now stationed with the Army Service Corps at Bournemouth. Both bride and bride- groom are highly respected in the place, and the sincere wish of their many friends is that they may have a happy future.

Crickhowell Licensing Sessions.

Crickhowell Farmers' Union.

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