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LLANTRISSENT. CRICKET.—A match was played on Monday sennight, between an eleven of Llantrissent and one from Tredun- nock, in which the latter were the victors. The game was spirited and well contested. Owing to all the Tredunnock men not being present, three of those on the ground went in twice in the first innings. The following score was made:— TREDUNNOCK. FIRST INNINGS. SECOND INNINGS. F Williams, b Walkey. 4 c Lewis 0 Nash, b Walkey 3 not out. 1 Fielding, b Walkey 4 c Lewis 2 Matthews, b Walkey .0 cHayward .1 Cornish, c and b Walkey.. 1 bHayward 0 Beams, b Hayward 0 leg before wicket. 0 Howells, b Hayward 1 b Hayward 1 Slade, c Anstey 1 c Vaughan 3 Day, b Walkey 3 b Hayward 8 Taylor, b Hayward 0 b Walkey 0 Watkins, not out 0 b Havward 1 byes I r Total 17 Total.Is LLANTRISSENT. FIRST INNINGS. SECOND INNINGS. Anstey, b Williams 0 run out 1 Vaughan, not out 4 run out .10 Hayward, c Slade 0 b Fielding 0 Gould, c Fielding. 1 not out 0 Walkey, c Cornish i. 2 run out. 3 Jenkins, c Beams 0 b Fielding 2 Morgan, b Williams 0 bDay 0 M Waters, b Fielding. 0 c Slade 0 WWaters.b Williams. 3 bDay 0 Price, run out 0 b Day 0 Lewis, b Fielding 0 leg before wicket 2 byes 2 Total .10 Total 20 CAERLEON. SEPTEMBER FAIR.—At this fair, on Monday, the 22nd ult., there was a good supply of horses, cattle, sheep and pigs, and a fair amount of business was transacted; pigs were lower in price than at the late markets. MARRIAGE ■ FESTIVITIES.—A LOT OF WILLIAMS'S.— On Wednesday last, the marriage of Mr. Williams surveyor, of Rnssalprr. — wittrams, of the Black Horse, Caerleon, took place. The bridegroom's father, the Rev. T. Williams, vicar of Witson and Bishton, officia- ted; and three bridesmaids 'were present-two of whom were the Misses Williams, sisters to the bridegroom. The clerk was also named Williams. The bells rang merry peals, and guns were fired throughout the day. PETTY SESSIONS, TUESDAY, before J. JAMES, and S. HOMFRAY, Esqrs. STEALING PEARS.—James James, Caerleon Village, was charged with stealing pears, the property of C. B. Fox, Esq., on the 21st Sept, and further charged with cutting Waiter Pillinger, who attempted to apprehend him for the theft, with a clasped knife. Sentenced to two months hard labor. STEALING A LOCKET.-Emma Morris, of Caerleon vil- lage, was charged with stealing a gold locket, from the person of John Hopkins, Caerleon, on the night of the 22nd, whilst they were in company together at a public house. Sentenced to 7 days hard labor.

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