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" ANTI-TITHERS HONOUR."

TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS.

Society anfc personal.'

CARMARTHEN.

CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL.

CARDIGAN BAY SEA FISHERY.

IABERYSTWYTH.

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ABERYSTWYTH. NANTEOS ESTATE'S EMPLOYES. âWith their characteristic kindness and sympathetic gener- osity, Mr and Mrs W. B. Powell, this year again have entertained all their workmen on the estate to an excellent and well-served dinner at their beautiful mansion. Ample justice having been done to the choice things so sumptuously placed beforp them, the cloths were removed and the test of the programme proceeded with. The healths of Mr and Mrs Powell and Master Edward Powell were enthusiastically drunk. Then followed the healths of Mr and the Misses Lewis with equal warmth andsincerity, as also the health of Mr Lloyd. Speeches, eulogistic of their kind donors, were delivered by Messrs W. Morris (who occupied the chair), R. Jones, and J. Bonsall. Messrs A. R. Patterson and David Evans recited some poetry composed for the occasion. The proceedings were also interspersed with songs rendered in capital style by Messrs W. Roberts, T. Edwards, J. Daniel, D. Evans, J. Evans, T. Joel, and T. Griffiths. The party broke up at a late hour after a thoroughly pleasant and enjoyable evening, and each one wended his way home praising the Powell family and contented with his lot. ST. MARY'S CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL.âThis school has lost two faithful members in Mr J. D. Williams, the secretary, and Mr D. W. Evans, compositor, one of the teachers, both of whom have left the town for Liverpool. On Sunday last complimentary addresses were made to them by Rev. J. H. Protheroe, Mr T. Griffiths, and Mr John Hughes, and they were presented with a book each. FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE.âLast Tuesday the town of Aberystwyth was astir at an early hour, the occasion being the marriage of Miss Gim Smith, daughter of Mrs Smith, 24, Great Dark- gate-street, with Mr Thomas Howells. The auspicious event took place in St. Michael's Church, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. J. H. Protheroe, vicar. The bride was accompanied by her sister Lucy as her only maid, while Mr J. R. Howell acted as best man to the bridegroom. Both the bride and her sister wore costumes of light fawn cloth trimmed with brown velvet, with hats to match, and carried lovely bouquets, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr G. E. Smith, of Uxbridge. The wedding breakfast was strictly a family one, the vicar being the only guest outside the same. The bridal party left by the 12.30 train for Shrewsbury, London, and Brighton, where the honeymoon is to be spent. They were met with the usual demonstrations of good feelings, emphasized with showers of rice, old shoes, &c. The bride's presents were exceed- ingly numerous and costly. We are compelled to hold the same over until next week through want of space.

LAMPETER.

LAUGHARNE.

ABERAYRON.

LLANDILO.

MOTHVEY.

LLANDOVERY.

CON WIL CAIO.

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