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KIDWELLY. I On Saturday and Easter Sunday evel"c. I the celebrated Treorehy Male Voice Party gave two concerts at Siloant Baptist Chapel to very large audiences The party, under the leadership of Mr. William, Thomas, gave, a choice selection of pieces, .v.rid the soloists were Miss C-issie Thomas, a charming nd talented soprano: Mr. Richard Thomas, talented sopraiio: -N  Llaneliy, tenor; Messrs. A. Edwards and T. Lewis, baritones: and Mr. David Davies bass. ?NI r. H gli Hu,es -cot!)')'?n  ed. In the .Mr. Hugh Hughes ?' In The unavoidable absence of Dr. Gr'friths, The Mayor (Mr. W. D. James) presided at both concerts. The profits were devoted towards liquidating the chapel debt. We were delighted to learn (if the success of the Kidw elly Town Band at Carmarthen on Monday in the brass band contest. The bsnd took first prize in the class they competed in. II Amongst the competitors in the athletic sports there the same d'?y were Mr. D. R. Wild and Master Walter Davies (runivng events) and Mr W. Parry ♦cycling' events). Mr Wild came in tirst in his heat in the 220 yards race, and was fourth in the final heat. I -0-- On Tuesday morning Kidwelly Parish Church was the scene of a very pretty and most interesting wedding, the contracting parties being Miss Esther Michael Evans, eider daughter of Mrs. Michael Evans, of the Old Vicarage, Kidwelly, and Sergt.-Major W. Roberts, drill instructor of the Yorkshire Hussars. The church was filled with specta- tors, both the bride and bridegroom heing II very popular in the town. The ceremony vIas performed by the Vicar of LUmfynydd 'Rev. D. D. Jones, late vicar of KicKvelly), assisted I by the Rev. G. Evans, vicar of Kidwelly, Rev. D. E. Thomas, curate of Kidwelly, and the Rev. D. T. Jones curate of Llanllwch U?te of Kidwelly). The bride, who was given away by Iner cousin, Mr. Arthur Pow en, or Tenby, looked charming in a, dress of ivory silk, trimmed with silver and pearl lace trimming, ller hat being- of white straw and chiffon, and trimmed with silver lace and a large white ostrich plume. he (arried a lovely shower bouquet, and wore a gold bracelet and a gold pendant, all the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Miss Agnes Evans, sis- ter ot tne bride, ana Miss Jeniue Wild, Angel House (her best friend). They both looked charming in white silk and embroidered eolienne dresses, with black picture hats. They carried silver-mounted prayer books, bearing the colours of the Yorkshire Hussars, and wore diamond and ruby rings, the gifts of The bridegroom. With them was little Miss Lulu Tliomast daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, National Schools ithehl'!r!c' god child). She was sweetly dressed in white silk, with a pale blue hat, and she carried a basket of flowers and wore a silver and enamel bangle, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridegroom himself louked exceedingly smart in the full, dress uniform of his regiment— dark blue, with a profusion of silver braid .and buttons. He also wore his Indian ser- vice medal. He was supported hy his brother Mr. James Roberts, Lady Street, Kidwelly. After the wedding- breakfast, which was par- taken of at the Old Vicarage, the happy pair left.. amidst fervent wishes for their future happiness, for 'Leeds, where Sergeant-Major Roberts is now stationed with his regiment. The bride has throughout, her life been an enthusiastic Church worker, and the bells oi the Parish Church rang peals throughout the morning. The presents numbered very con- siderably over a hundred, and included some very handsome articles. The brides g<ting- away dress was of mole-coloured cloth, with white silk, and a fawn travelling coat, her hat heing of amethyst straw, trimmed with pink roses. She had also a very handsome set of silver fox furs. the gift of the bride- groom. which he had brought from India. The wedding cake was made and supplied by Mr. Frank Sheppard, of the Kidwelly Steam Pak?ry, and was a most artistic confection. ]Bak(P,rv. ar).d xn-as -i tjio.,i? art,Ist?il?? bride with the bridegroom's sword. The annual singing festival of the Calvinis- tic Methodist Churches in the Kidwelly district was held on Easter Monday at Morfa Chapel, Kidwelly. Choirs from Burry Port, I Pembrey, Trimsaran, Ferryside, Llan saint, Llandefeilog. Mvnyddygarreg, and Kidwelly tODk part. Mr Gwynne Davies, A.R.C.M., was the conductor, and the singing was of a very cxc'eHenf character throughout. At the after- noon and evening meetings. an orchestral band from Bethel. Pembrev. accompanied, with Mr. W. J. Phillips, Kidwelly, at the organ. The presidents during the day were the Revs. I). 1. Lewis and Isaac Thomas, of Ferryside, and D. G. Owen. Kidwelly. Mr. n. S. Davies. London House, Kidwelly, is the honorary secretary of the association, and Mr I Arthur Harries the honorary treasurer. The competitive concert and eisteddfod to 'file c-:lnp8titi\"c CO:1C21i 2.l1d cist\.ddfcc1 to ?c held at the Town Halon Saturday even- ing next promises to he a huge success, judging hy the entries received. The com- mittee are desirous to start proceedings at 5 e f 9 o'clock. Competitors will do well to attend in good time.

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