IN LIVERPOOL.
    The marriage was quietly solemnized by special license at St. Mary's, Wavertree, Liverpool, on Wednesday, of two well known and popular Cockermothians. - Miss. Lilian Cecily MACDONALD, daughter of Mrs. and the late Hugh MACDONALD, of the Waterloo Temperance Hotel, Cockermouth and Mr. Thomas Banks HALLOWAY, son of Captain and Mrs. J. HALLOWAY, of 3, Brookhouse Road, Caton, and formerly of Cockermouth.
    The rev. F. McAWLEY, D.  D. officiated. The altar was beautifully decorated with Arum and madonna lilies and appropriate bridal music was played.
    The bride who was given away by her brother, Mr. Hector Robert MACDONALD, of Rosemont, Liverpool, looked charming in an ankle length gown of pastel ninon and silk net, embroidered in silver, a sunlight picture hat, and Vieniese brocaded slippers, and carried a bouquet of lucretias and maiden hair fern, her only jewellery being an antique Sudanese bracelet and Chalcedony pendant, gifts of the bridegroom.  Mr. Frank TIPPING, of Wavertree, was the best man.
    Following the ceremony a reception was held at Mindale Road, Wavertree, after which the happy pair motored en route for their honeymoon, which was spent in London and the South.
    Mrs. T. B. HALLOWAY's travelling suit was a two piece ensemble of princess blue flowered satin, with a hat and shoes to tone. There was a large collection of beautiful presents.
    Mr. HALLOWAY who was articled to Mr. H. OLDFIELD, L.R.I.B.A., Workington, was for some years with the old established Yorkshire firm of Messrs. John SMITH's, TADCASTER. He left to take up an appointment abroad as an architect and surveyor to the Sudan Government, and is at present on holiday. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a gold and pearl wristlet watch, and the bride's present to the bridegroom was a gold cigarette case.