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WELSHPOOL. PRESENTATION TO SIR PRYCR PRYCE-JONES.— At the establishment of Mr Arthur Testar's, Broad- street, the three handsome cups, which the Con- privative party intend to present to Sir Pryce OD Thursday, October 12th, for his services in the iutere 'ta of the party, are on view. The gifts are of chaste design, and elegant specimens of the silver- smith's art. Powis CHoip.At a general committee meeting, he.d at the Town Hall on Friday evening last (in the absence of Mr T. R. Morris), Rev. T Rowson i the chair, it was resolved that a first-class evening c ncert be held next month. The proceeds to be given to the Dispensary. Talented and local artistes will be secured. Messrs Joseph H. Davies and A. H. Jones were proposed hon. sees. His Worship the Mayor (Mr E. O. Jones) is using his influence to make the concert a success for so deserving an object. MARRIAGE OF MISS PRYCE, ELMHUBST.—Consid- erable interest was manifested at the marriage of Miss Pryce, Elmehuret, which event took place on Thursday at 3 o'olook in the afternoon, at St. Mary's Church, the sacred edifice was crowded. The services being choral. The bridegroom, Mr Walter J. Millard, accompanied by bis brother, entered the church shortly before three. The bride, with her brother, Mr T. E. Pryca (who gave her away) fol- lowed soon after. The bride was attired in a dress of grey material with white veil. The bridesmaid was Miss Pugh, who carried a basket of beautiful flowers. MrT. M. Pricejplayed the march from "Lohengrin" on entrance. The party consisted of Mr and Mrs W. R. Pugh, Miss M. Pryce (Frondey, Shrewsbury), Miss Parry Jones, and Miss MoMmn. The Vicar, Eev. Grimaldi Davis, assisted by the Eev. F. H. Hawkins, officiated at the ceremony. While in the vestry and on the way out of church, the organist played Mendel- ssohn's wedding match. The wedding breakfast and reception were held at Elmhurst. The presents were both numerous and costly. The happy pair will spend their honeymoon in North Wales, visiting various places of interest. Mrs Millard, who was well known as principal of a young ladies' academy, took a great interest in church and parochial work. She carried with Mr the best wishes of a large number of friends to her new home.

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