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SOCIAL NOTES* Tho Duke of Westminster left London on Tue-sday afternoon for Chester. Lord and Lady Aberconway have armed in London from Annan. Lady K-nyon left, London on Wednesday after- loon for Gredington. Major Sir William Hughes-Hunter, Bart., who das seen active service in Palestine, is at Great Yarmouth. Major-General John Vaughan, C.B., D.S.O., lias been appointed a Deputy Lieutenant for Me; •ionethsh ire. I The many friends ot Mr J, Marshall Dugdale, Llanfyllin, will regret to hear that he is still confined to bed with illness. Major David Dav-ies, M.P., Royal Welsh Fusi- liers, 'has been awarded the Russian Ord<er of St. Etanislas, second-class (with swords). Tho Lord Kei.yon (Lord-in-^ aiting to The Ring) wa3 present at Victoria Railway Station on Wednesday evening on the arrival of the Pre- tident of the Pcrtugeso Republic, and welcomed him to England on behalf of His Majesty. Lady Mainwaring was among pr sent lot the marriiigo of Lieut. Colonel Pigot-Moodie, M.C., and the Hon. Alexandra Rhoda. Astley, at St. George's Church, Hano\er Square, Lon- don, on Tuesday. Lord Powis, lord-lieutenant of Shropshire, caught a oliili whilst attending to his duties at Shrewsbury last week, and was unable to bo present at the opening of the Salop Quarter Ses- sions on Tuesday. Miss Wiliiams-Wvibl is one of the keenest of the workers at the Wynnetay munition works and a general favourite. The only relaxation she takes is probably a few hours' hunting once or twice a week, and then on her return from the saddle to tho lathe is only a question of a few Cements. ? Captain R. P C The marrag;J, ') Captain Roy Irons, R.F.C., and the IIol. Winifred Smith will take place (luietly at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, on Wed- nesday next, October 24th, at 2.15 All friends will be welcome at the church. Colonel Lord Harlech, Lord Kenyon, the Hon. Seymour Ormsby Gore, Lady Beatrice Gore, and tho Hon. Alice Douglas Pennant were among those who attended the memorial service for Staff Captain L. E. W. Egerton in the Church of St. Martiii-in-the-Fields, on Fri- day. The death occurred suddenly yesterday of Mr Joseph Hoult, cna of the most prominent ship- owners in the North of England, at his Penrith residence. It will be remembered that a short time ago Mr IIoult marked the attainment of kis seventieth birthday by contributing the muni- ficent sum of £ 70,000 to charities The deceased gentleman, who was formerly M. P. for the W irral Division, leaves a son and thr-.j2 daugh- | tors, one of the latter being Mrs T. W. Trevor, The Grey House, Glyngarth, Anglesey.

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