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TO MISS EDNA PARRY ON HER WEDDING DAY. Ring the joy-bells, ring them wildly, Z, .1 Is not this a child of song ? Ring them swiftly, gently, fully, Let their brazen notes prolong. 0 Sweet the bride, and proud the bridegroom, May this day be but a gleam Of a bright and glorious future, Essence of a beauteous dream. Daughter of a son of music, May thy life be song and hymn y 1. Tones symphonic, echoed love-notes, Dying in the distant dim. ooo A lady was heard to remark a day'or two ago, that during her first twelve month's residence in Penarth, she received more Christian kindness and sympathy than during the whole, twenty-five years she resided in Cardiff. 0 0 0 Although the Penarth Philharmonic Society has practically collapsed, yet those young people who were desirous of maintaining the society, and electing another conductor, will, if so disposed, hare the opportunity of assisting in the establishment of a new society, on Sunday afternoon next, the meeting to be held in the Welsh Independent Schoolroom The invitation is given by Mr Justyn Parry, who was also the founder of the Philharmonic. 000 On Monday evening last, the Christian Endeavour Societies of the Tabernacle and Stan well Road Baptist Churches met by invitation of the latter, who pro- vided for the visitors a surprise in the shape of re- freshments- A very enjoyable evening was spent. 1 0 0 0 0 Mr Geo. Elkington, of 64, Plassey Street, has been nominated a candidate to attend the annual meetings in Loudon, of the Hearts of Oak'' benefit society, 0 0 0 At Bath Dog Show on Wednesday, Mr C M: Berkeley, Penarth, received a|Y.H.C. with his Lord- ship in basset hound novice diss and Mr Hartley, Sea Cot, Penarth, was awarded first prize with Morien in Welsh terrier limit class. o 3 & The Island of Steep, off Penarth, at one time afford- ed asylum to Gildas, the celebrated Welsh historian. It is also related that after the defeat of her husband, the wife of Harold sought refuge in that isolated isle,

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