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- MERIONETH QUARTER SESSIONS.

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MERIONETH POLICE COMMITTEE.

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PERSONAL. The marriage of Mr Chauncey Depew and Miss May Palmer was celebrated at Nice on Saturday. Lady Hely Hutchinson, wife of the Governor of Cape Colony, gave birth to a son on Friday. Both mother and child are doing well. Mr Cecil Rhodes and Dr Jameson left Cairo for London on Monday. The Kiug and Queen left London on Monday for Sandringham. It is announced that no New Year's honours list will be issued; as the last list came out so recently as November 9th, the King's birthday. Mr Sidney Cooper, the veteran R.A., is again hard at work, having fully recovered from his recent indisposition. He will be again well repre- sented at the Royal Academy exhibition of next year, when he will enter upon the 100th year of his life. Lady Helen Stewart, the only daughter of Lord Londonderry, who is to be married to Lord Stavordale, son of the Earl of Ilchester, on January 25th, at St Peter's, Eaton square, received on Mon- day night, at Wynyard Park, Stockton-on-Tees, a number of wedding presents from the tenantry and others connected with the estate. The Prince of Wales has been deputed by the King to attend the celebration of the German Emperor's birthday at Berlin on the 27th inst. The Prince and Princess of Wales will be the guests of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire at Chatsworth during next week. There has not been a single vacancy among the Knights of the Garter during the past year—a stagnation (says the World) for which it would be difficult to find a precedent.

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