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"TIRRAL WEDD-INGS. I SEALEY—THOMAS. I The marriage, of Miss Ilaiiiml-, Tiionaz,, eldest daughter of Mr. Hugh Thomas, of Belmont Cot- tage, with Mr. Harold Sealey. eldest son of Mr. William Sealey, of Upper Ipsley, Redditch, was solemnised at the Neston Presbyterian Church on Monaay afternoon. The wedding was very prettv, and a considerable number of the relatives and friends of the contracting parties ga-thered in the handsome building to witness it. Tho bride, who was given away by her father, wore a diess of white silk, the skirt being of tucked siik and Valenciennes lace and pleted crepe de chine. She wore a bridal veil and a wreath of orange blos- som, and carried a bouquet of white chrysanthe- mums and maidenhair fern, the gift of the bride- groom. The bridesmaids were four in number, viz., Miss Ethel Sealey (sister of the bridegroom), and the Misses Polli-j, Lizzie and Martha Thomas (sisters of the bride). They were dressed aiike in white spotted muslin with black veivet bcleros and iargre black pictuib hats with ostrich feathers. The bride's mother woû a dress of black satin trimmed with bLtc-k net and green sequins, and bonnet. to match. The wedding was choral, open- mg with the hymn "How wo!oome was the call." ihe coremony was performed by t.112 Rev. J. Towert. Mr. Alfred Field a: ted as best man. and at the close Miss Minnie Platt, who presided at t.1¡> organ, rendered a spirited Wedding March. The happy pair left Neston later- in the afternoon en route for Redditch. the friends who assembled to see them off besprinkling them freely with the ted-tale confetti. The bride's travelling dress was of blue tweed, with green hat trimmed with whit- birds. The wedding piesents, which were of a very hanefsome description were as folio -.vi: Brides mother, wedding breakfast house linen. etc. bride s father, cheque; JVliss Polhe Thomas, brilliant ornament, afternoon teacloth, etc. Miss Lizzio Thonus, French tea. service, teapot and stand, cosy, etc.; Miss Martha Thomas, over- mantel, ornaments and bedroom pictures; father of the bridegroom, handsome sideboard; Miss SSaley, knives aud forks; Miss Amv Sealey. fancy table; Mrs. Russell Vine House, knives and sil- vov forks; Mrs Rimmcr. dessert spoons; Miss Bryant, silver jam spoon and butter knife; Miss Eagles, silver sugar tongs; Miss Roberts, silver teaspoons; Mr. and Alr- Kidman, Springfield, fiilver dinner forks; Penrice. pincushion; Miss Wiliox, Springfii«id silver pickle fork; MN" 0. G. Smith, fancy tree pot; Mr. and Mrs. S. Barnes. hearthrug; Miss Hampson,'silver cruet; Miss S. Broster, London pair of Panama pin- oushions Mr. and Mrs Hampson, London, hand- worked Indian tablecloth; Mrs. Evans tea cosy; Mr. W. Barnes, hand-painted trinket set; Mrs. Per?, AshSeld, doylys; Miss Annie Peers cushion; Miss Da-sy Peers, antimacassars and curtain ties; Messrs. Whitehead, cushion; Miss Elsie Whitehead, cushion and nightcaso; Mrs Tranter, counterpane; Miss Edie Tranter, pic- t'll; Mr. P. Tranter, brackets; Mrs. Crowder, curtain tie,, and t:dy; the Misses Bowen, cf Tenby (oousinst. handsome homespun bedspread; Sir. Reid, coloured tablet lotii; the Misses Platt. photo frames; Mrs. Jones breakfast cruet; Sir. G-sorge Roberts, junr., damask tablecloth; Mrs. Heaton shaving mirror; Miss S. Heaton, crca.m jug and sugar basin Miss Maiy Heaton. tea eiddy Mrs. Stafford, vase; Miss Stafford, picture; Miss C. Leighton. fancy ornament; Miss Swan wick. pcp. per box Mr. and Mrs. Newton. hand crocheted d'oyjys; the Misses Newton, toilet mats; Miss Emily Newton, brackets; Mrs. Jolley. handsome hand-woi kc-d mantel border; Miss Heath, Miss Cottrell, Miss Marks Miss Radcliffe and Miss xlandley. toilet mats; the Misses Cowan, copper I kottle; Mis. Duncan, vases; Mr. Jack Murray. I candlesticks; Miss M. Jones (cousin), photo I i frames; Mias C Halewood, decanters; Miss 'Tiny' Barnes, hand-painted view and vases; Mr. G. Cirr, workbox; Sirs. Eadbinder, frilled pillow slips; Mp. Boardmnn couch cover; Sir. Holland Hoyiake, silver table spoons; Sirs. Jones, pin- cushions, salt cellars etc The firm of A lcocks. of Redditch. fishing rod makers, with whom Mr. Sealey-, senr., Lid the bridegroom are connected, presented the latter with a beautiful marble clock. AUSTIN—DAVIES. A wcoding that, rc-ated a considerable amount- of interest in the drowsy old village of Pudding- tou took place on Monday afternoon. The bride was Miss Sarah Ann Davies daughter of Mr. John Davies, Woodland Cottage, Puddington, and the bridegroom Mr. Joseph Austin of Brynsteddford, Conway. The bride's dress was of cream cash- mere, trimmed with blue silk. and white felt hat to match. There were four bridesmaids, viz Miss Maiy Elizabeth Dav; 's and Miss Margaret Ellen Davies (sisters of the bride), who were attired in dresses of blue cashmere trimmed with white silk, and the little nieces of the bride, Misses Lillie and May Davies who were dressed in cream frocks, trimmed w;th blue silk. The bridal party were conveyed in several bioughams to Burron Parish Church, wh2re the marriage was solemnised. The V car (the Rev. Patrick F. A. Slorrell) officiated and the bride was given away by her father. iNI-c Charles Austin, brother of the hrid yroom, acted as best man. The, list of presents was as follows: -.M,othetr and father of bride, cheque; parents of bridegroom, counter- pane; Sirs. Congrevcv of Segrwyd, Deribv silver spoons, knives and forks; Mr. and Mrs. William Davies, brass toast stool; Mr. and MrS. John Davies, set of jugs; Robert and Nellie Davies cheque; Mary Davies tea servi e; the; Misses May and Tessic and Master Jack Davies orna- ments; Miss Mary Congreve, picture and poui- tfy; Mr. Alfred Ausm rug; Mr. Charles Austin lamp; Mrs. Shaw inkstand; Lillie and Robert ornaments; Mrs Staniey. two pictures; Mrs. Wil- cexoii and family tea cosy and mats and two sets of giass dishes; -Mis" Wilooxon ch?que; servants, dinner service; Mrs. Sumuel Griffith and Robert Griffith, counterpane- and tablecloth Miss Haw- thorn?. set of tcwrls; Mn Roberts sugar basin and ere im jug; Robert and Samuel Konerts, sil-I ver toast rack; Miss Hu<rhes, ornamental t.avie- cloth Mi's. Bedson sideboard cloth Mrs. Jones coloured tablecloth; Miss Join-on pincushion and handkerchief caiu Miss Nellie and Maggie imar- ley rug; Miss Roberts brpa.d board and butter dish; Mrs. Leigh sets o china. ornaments; Miss A Jones, jug :md bracket plates; Mr. Hawkins sets of jugs; Mr. John Tomlinson, ejigstand and cruet: Miss Tomlinson chcese dish; Mrii. Hughes china plate; Miss Lloyd cheque; Sirs. Williams cheese dish. MELLOR—FFOULXES. I On Saturday there was quit,, an unwonted bustle ¡ in the picturesque villis1^ of Burton, the occasion being the marriage of Mi.;s Christine Meilor daughter of Mr. John Meilor. of Ivy Cottage, with Mr. Robert John Ffoulkos of Birkenhead. Thø ceremony was perfoTm^d at the charming old t)roh chmch bv the Vicar (the Rev. Patrick F. A Mnrr?!!). and t? bride w?s g iv?n away bv her father Mr. F. Ftoulkes. brother of th; bride- groom. acting as best man. She was very cha'm- ncrly attirin a dr^ss of dark blue, trimmed with la-e, and beavor i-at to match, and her sisters Miss Annie Mellor nd Alias Jeanpie Mellor. who attended her as bridesmaids were also very be- comingly attired- <\fter the ceremony an at home was hold at Ivy Co'taT" at which about fifty guests were present The npwly-married pair have left for Bangor, in which neighbourhood they are making their home.

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