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ECONOMY, A FINE ART.

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CARNO. [ WEDDING.-On Wednesday, August 30th, the marriage of Miss Katie Parry, eldest daughter of the Rev Dr. Parry, to Mr E. W. Jones, N. P. Bank, Lon- don. took place at Peniel Chapel, Carno. The weather was all that could be desired, and the resid- ents of Carno and the neighbourhood gave ample proof of their esteem and good feeling towards the bride and her family. Arches of evergreens and flowers had been erected along the route to the chapel, and at the eonclusion of the oereoaony guns were fired. Miss Annie Parry, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and the duties of beat man were genially and efficiently fulfilled by Alderman D. C. Roberts, C.C., of Aberystwyth. The bride wore a dress of sage-green cashmere, linad with watered coral silk with bonnett of feathers to match. The bridesmaid wore a dress of brown striped cashmere with front of white and gold silk, brown velvet hat with brown and gold feathers, and wore a gold bangle with monogram, the gift of the bridegroom. Both bride and bridesmaid carried choice bouquets, the gift of the bridegroom. The marriage service was performed by the Rev G. Parry, D.D., assisted by the Revs E. Wynne Parry, B.A., Bala, and R. Parry, B.A., London, brothers of the bride. After the breakfast, to which a numerous company sat down, the happy pair left for Scotland. The following is a list of the presentsBridegroom to bride, dressing eme; bride to bridegroom, travelling bag withsilver toilet fittings; Rev Dr. Parry and Mrs Parry, tea service, pictures, ae. XMJV o. im. abuu Au-a i »nj, Coedpoeth, Wrexham, meat and game carvers; Rev E. Wynne Parry, B.A., and Mrs Parry, Bala, cheque; Rev R. Parry and Mra Parry, London, tea service; Miss Annie Parry, sewing machine, pair carved brackets, and wicker satin-lined work-basket; Rev B. and Mrs Hughes, St Asaph, plush table-cover; Miss Hughes, St. Asaph, hand-painted fan; Miss Hugbes, Stamford Hill, London, harmonium. pair of water colour paintings, and pair of engrivinlis Mr I and Mrs Julian Jones, London, dinner forks and dessert spoons; Mr Stuart Kendel, M.P.,and Mrs Rendel, fire screen; Mr and Mrs Ernest Hughes, London, 6 table cloths, 6 serviettes, 6 towels, and 12 kitchen cloths; Alderman D. C. Roberts, Aberyst- wyth, porcelain and Bilver biscuit holder MissGetta Jones', Aberystwyth, pair of Japanese oak and mother- o'-pea'rl vases Mr and Mrs Daniel Jones, Aberyst- wyth, brass-mounted ink and pen stand; Masters, Wynne, Trevor, and Cecil Parry, Miss Annie Julia Parry, and Miss Jane Davies, London, Dresden candelabra: Mr John Owens, Llandinam Hall, cheque Mr David Howells, Aberystwyth, counter- pane Mrs Richard Williams, Elm Bank. Liverpool, silver sugar sifter and silver sardine fork Miss M. E. Williams, Liverpool, embroidered piano cover; Mr J. Ashton, Carno, cheque; Mrs Ashton, tapestry table oover Misses Marsh, afternoon tea I cover Mrs Humphreys, Castle, silver tea- pot; Mrs Lloyd, Pwll-llydan, damask table-oloth; Miss Lloyd, do., silver serviette rings Mr and Mrs Wilson, silver toast rack and butter cooler; Mr and Mrs Richard Jones, oak knife, fork, &c., Mr William am Evans, hymn book Mr and Mrs Joseph Lloyd. silyer serviette rings in case Mr and Miss Humph. reys, Chapel House piece of home spun wincey Mrs Higgs, bedroom towels; Miss Daviea Glyufynyd, preserve spoon Miss Reynold, Groftydd, silver and porcelain salt cellars; Misses Edwards, Penglais Fach, Aberyetwith, butter knife and preserve spoon Miss Margaret Lewis, Castle, pair of bedroom candle- sticks • Mrs Edwards, Carno. bedroom towels some members of the staff of N. P. Bank, London, tea j spoons, desert, spoons, dinner and desert forks, and (salt spoons; Mr W. H. Edwards silver] mounted oak biscuit holder Mr and Mrs J. H. Edwards, Action, preserve stand Mrs Watney, London, plaster cast "Venus de Milo and satin slippers; Miss Sarah Simpson, Stamford Hid, bread platter and knife v Miss Elizabeth Eldndge, Stamford I Hill, pair of mantle ornaments Mrs Davies Owrt- mawr, half dozen silver serviette rings in case The Missess Jones, Dunediu House, Aberystwith, uusic stand.

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CORRESPONDENCE.

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WELSHPOOL WATER SUPPLY.

THE FOOTBALL SEASON.

THE CHOLERA.