People in olden times believed that Wednesday was the luckiest day for getting married. Matches were made in public houses and whiskey was drunk. On the wedding day a "drag" of ten or twelve cars was engaged. Bonfires on hill tops welcomed the bride and bridegroom home. At night men went from the wedding house looking for drink and they were called whalpers.
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In olden times shops were not as common as they are at the present day. The towns were
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