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NOTES OF THE DAY

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ME XT WEEK'S FLAG DAYS.

WEDDING BELLS. : --i

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WEDDING BELLS. i REE3-HUGHES. l' Ji A prfci'-ry wedding was solemnized at St. Peter's Church, on Tuesday, when Miss Winifred Hughes, youngest daughter of, Mr G. Hnghe.s, PrioTinll House, íras mar- ried .to 'Mr, Edgar G. Rees, Stafford street, Mr. Clifford A. Bowen's manager.) by the- ftey. D. Davies, B.A., vicar. The bride was attended hv her sister, Sister M. J. Hughes, R.R. Special Military Hospital, Bristol, as bridesmaid, wliilst the duties of best man were carried out bp All-. Harold Rees, Hie bridegroom's brother.' the reception the couple left for London and Bournemouth, where honeymoon is being spent.*

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