Matrimonial - A wedding took place at theRoman Catholic Church, Tennyson, on Monday, the contracting parties being Miss M.Joyce, eldest daughter of Mr. E. Joyce, of Pannoobamawm, and Mr. O. O'Brien, of Tennyson. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion, and the ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Mulquin,of Rochester. The bride's dress was of cream crepon trimmed with passementerie and lace, and the usual wreath and veil completed a most charming toilet. The bridesmaid, Miss Annie Joyce, sister to the bride,wore a very becoming costume of fawn serge trimmed with passementerie, with lace hat to match. Mr. M. O'Brien officiated as best man. After the ceremony a large number of friends drove to the residence of the bride's parents,where the wedding breakfast was partaken of in a large marquee erected for the occasion.The Rev. Prior O'Hanlon presided, and the usual toasts were duly honored. The happy couple left Prairie by the evening train for Gippsland, amid the hearty wishes of a large number of friends who assembled to see them off."