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SALVATION ARMY WEDDING AT MARYPORT:

       The members of the Salvation Army Corps at Maryport are at the present holding revival services, which are being led by Captain MILLAR and a number of girls of the Soul Saving Brigade, and so far they have met with success.

       On Monday afternoon a holiness convention was held in the barracks, the members of Aspatria, Cockermouth, Workington and Whitehaven Corps taking part. They afterwards marched up to the Presbyterian School-room, where a wedding banquet was partaken of. About 200 persons sat down, the tables being presided over by:

Mrs. HUGGINS

Mrs. DIXON

Mrs. EVANS

Mrs. PEARSON

Mrs. TINDALL

Mrs. MILLIGAN

Mrs. DONALDSON

Mrs. FORSYTHE

Mrs. MOORE

Mrs. JACKSON

Mrs. THOMPSON

Mrs. HARRIS

Sister BENSON

Miss. DIXON

Miss. SMITH

Miss. CLARK

Miss. MARSHALL

Miss. CUTHEL

Miss. THOMPSON

Miss. HARRIS

       An open air demonstration was held after the banquet and the members proceeded to the barracks, where the marriage of Captain W. JACKSON, Maryport, and Lieutenant B. ROTHWELL, Brighton Slums, was solemnised, the ceremony being conducted by Brigadier RICHARDS, assisted by staff Captain WILLIAMS, J. S., secretary of the Manchester Province, and staff Captain BLUNDELL, Divisional
Officer of the Carlisle Division. The hall was packed long before the ceremony commenced. The bride and bridegroom afterwards spoke to the meeting. The
honeymoon will be spent at St. Helen's.