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I PKETTY WIRRAL WEDDING.

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I PKETTY WIRRAL WEDDING. Much interest was taken -at Burton tWirral) last, week in tho wedding of Miss Lilian Tickle, eldc-st daughter of Mr. Thomas Tickle, of Dun- stan Farm, with Mr. Henry Corner, second son of the late Mr. John Henry Corner, of C.apham. The bride's family are well known in the district, and the church was filled with well-wishers. The vicar of Burton (the Rev. P. F. A. Morrell) oliiciated The service was choral, and opened with the hymn "The Voice fliat. breathed o'er Eden." Mi. T. Bostock presided at the organ, and played appropriate selections of wedding music. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a becoming travelling costume of pastel shade of grey tweed, trimmed with wiiit,, silk, silver biaia and velvet buttons, while her hat was of white beaver cloth, trimmed with satin and ostrich piume. The bridesmaids were her ssters, the Misses. Florenc-e and Minnie Tickle, WHO woie dresses of pale green uinuned with white siik and velvet buttons, their hats being of white felt trimmed with chiffon, and roses. They also woie gold brooches, the gifts of the bride- gioom. and carried bouquets of pink chrysanthe- mums. likewse the gifts of the bridegroom. The beit man was Mr. Ernest J. Corner, brother at the bridegroom- A largely-attended reception was atterwaids held at Dunstaji Farm. The honeymoon is being spent, in London. The wedr u;ng presents were as foliow Biidegroom to bride, go.d curb muff chain; mother of bnde, household linen; father of bride, cheque; bnde to bridegroom, travelling bag and gold Masonio pendant; mother of bndegioom, coal cabinet; Mr. F. A. Giaeser, Stratford, cheque; Mr. L. 1 Cooper. West Kirby, cheque; Mr. E. j. Corner, oak hall stand; lr. and Mrs. G. F. Adams, Chester, silver coffee pot; Mr. and Mrs. Merntt, Birkenhead, silver teapot; Mrs. and Mrs J. Cnarmiey, silver cake knife; Mrs. and Mrs. C. Wright, set of carvers; Mrs. Tickle and family. Neston, case of silver spoons; Mrs. Tickle and family, Barn Farm, silver salts and spoons; Mr. J. Corner, Jardiniere and oak stand; Mrs. Bates and family, silver jam dishes and spoons; Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, hand-painted azid brass fire scrccn; Misses Harrison, pair of pictures; Major Grundy, pair of silver photo frames; Mr. and Mrs. J. Pincombo and family, silver preserve dish; Mr. and Mrs. Marsh and family, silver cake stand; Mr. J. Fraser, Wrexham, fancy tablecloth and serviettes Mrs. C. E. Hope, of Bank House, embroidered silk table cover; the Rev. and Mrs. Morrell, Bible, and from their pet. dcg, drinking fountain; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pugh, silver cruet; Mr. and Mis. S. Johnson. Wiliaston, table cover; Mr. John Tickle, travelling trunk; Air. and Mrs. H. Marsh, brass and copper salver; Mr. E, Hoyle, pair of Crown Derby vases; Mr. and Mrs. Pil- beam, Westfie-ld, dinner eorvicc; Air. Sully and M:ss Alabel Salter, silver dessert cruet; Misses Cooper, West Kirby, silver sugar basin Mr. E. Fan- court.. silver jam dish; Air. and Airs. Howe, fancy candle shades; Mr. and Mrs. James, jardiniere; Miss ChcswoTth, tea set,; Mr. and Mrs. T. Fraser, b;5-cuit barrel; Miss Fraser, silver jam spoon; Mr. and Mrs. T. Tickle, Nestoai, siiver serviette j rngs; Mr. and' Mrs E. L Jones, silver cruet; Mr. H. Johnson, Ness, silver sugar basin; Miss F. Tickle, damask tablecloth; Miss M. Tickle, damask table cloth; Mr. and Mis. Edwards, Strand. London, W.C-, hand-ome pair flower vases; Miss K Tiklc. tab!e (ntre; Miss G. Ttck?e, brush and comb tray; Miss L. Tickle, cushion and tray cloths; Mi? HaJe, t'mepieee and va-,m; Miss L. Adams, ?et of toi!et mats; Mr. J. Pollard, silver butter dish: 1iss E. A. Tickle? tray cloth and d'oyleys; Mr Cosgrove, I ('mbroick>md cushion cover; Mr. and Mie. T. Swift, set of jugs; Misses &:er1ock, Ei;rcr butter d sh; Mr. and -Mm. Hnshaw, carriage clock; M'ss Heiishaw, fancy cup and saucer; Miss E. Bow. 2ock. photo frames; Misa S. Hinilics-, tray cloth,: Misses Alcock, table ceiitre and serviette | rings; Ail is. G. Postcsn and family, s-lver maimi- i lade jax; Air. and Airs. J. Hu'se. siiver biscuit- barrel; Air. and Mrs. J. Wilde and famiiiy. tea J service: Aliss J. Capper, silver "jam Qi?h; M:SΠ| Marley, tea cosy; Mr. and Airs. Fatquhar, dcyieys; Mr. and Mrs. Jobson ?d fa?ily? j damask tablecloth-; Air. and Mrs. T. Bostock, I photo album; Mrs. J. Pugh, d'oyleys; Air. and S D-avira, cushion cover and mats; Mr. and Mrs J. Lewis. Rock Ferry, box of scents; Mr. and Airs J, Aloalor, Birkenhead, travelling rug; Air. Mersey Jones, silver-mounted purse; Miss Cooper, Saugha.ll, crumb tray a-nd blush; ein- ployes at Dunstan Farm, silver preserve dish; | employes of the firm of Mr. Conrad Wm. Schmrdt (F. A. Glaeser), varnish manufacturers, Stratford, I cheque; m-mbers and friends of the Primitive, Alcthodist. Church, W i'last on. dining-room clock.

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