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PRINCE OF WALES AT LAKE VYRNWY. ———— *4 ———— LIVERPOOL WATER SCHEME INAUGURATED. The Prince of Wales, accompanied by lard Derby, Lord Herbert Vane Tempest, and tJo Hon. Derek Keppel, left London at terJ. o'clock on Wednesday morning by train for the highlands of North Wales fot the purpose of celebrating the completion of the gretat Liverpool water scheme a.t Ilt8 Vyrnwy, which oost nearly three millions sterling. The Royal train reached Four Crosse6 Station, Liaeymyneoh, on the OåmbriMl Railway, a.t one o'clock, and a.t 12.30 special train arrived from Liverpool bea-ring the Lord Mayor and corporation, engin and officials, numbering about two hund' The Prince of Walles was received by th Lord Mayor, Mr. Hemmerde, M.P. (reoordlØr of Liverpool), Sir Watkin Williams-WYUII (lord-lieutenant of the county), Ma jot-gen era LIDyd, commanding the Welsh Division, aJ1 other officials. A guard of honour  formed by the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, I'lla rohool-ohildron sang Welsh patri otic a1^ Progress waa then made in the motor-cars to Llaaintffraed, Llanfecbaln, and 1'? < fyMin. where thousands of inhabitants  the roadways and the town choirs sang (40d Bless the Prince of Wales." The journey continued through the Montgomery? _? valleys to Llamwddyn, where a !Daa6e' cyclopeam embankment of stone and gr&?t?? 160ft. high, impounds the waters of tlire6 rivers, th? Vyrnwy, Marchant, and -??p Oonway, forming Vyrnwy Lake, twelve °?t in circumference, this being the largest sb of water in t?e Principality. Here 0 Prince of Wales made an inspection of tllo worke and unveiled a marble tablet CPIO, memorating the completion of the sch?eme?, after which hie Royal Highness turne d lever conveying the waters from MarcU?? into the great reservoir. The Prince  planted a memorial tree om the mount*??. side adioining the lake. After re-fre&llf",ellto at the Vyrnwy Hotel, the Royal party n?' ?ed back to Llanymynech, :wd took special ?n?j to Hoyton, whence the Prince of Wale? d to Knowsley HaH. as guest of the Earl ?'pd Counters of Derby.

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