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TEN BY. TOWN HALL, TENBY. 30TH INSTANT.—On Thursday last, a man named — Johns was charged with assaulting two girla of the name of Hughes. As it was proved that there much fault on both sides, the case was dismissed. The annual feast of the Church Sunday and day Schools will take place this day (Wednesday) afternoon, at three o'clock, in the Rectory Field. All who take an interest in the schools and wish to witness the scene, are invited by the Rector to attend. CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.-On Sunday week ser- mons were r jached in the parish chuich on behalf of this societ jy the Rev E. B. Squires, vicar of Swansea, when tV jm of £ 32 8s lid was collected; and at the meet' Monday evening, the further amount of over £ .}' "received. i THE DRAMATIC SEASON at the Royal Assembly Rooms came to a conclusion on Friday, the 24th ult, when the I Colleen Bawn and 'The Wonder' were played tor the benefit of Mr Neil Warner. The house was well filled, and the curtain went down each time amid tre mendons applause. The principal performers were re- peatedly called before the curtain. Mr Warner has been a very general favourite here, and his benefit night showed that his efforts to please had been appreciated. We are sure that the thanks of the public are due to Mr Gregory for the very excellent entertainments he has provided for them at, we are sorry to say, a considerable monetary loss to himself. The contractors, Messrs Davies and Roberts, have un- dertaken to lay down the main pipes which are to convey the springs from Lady Well, Holly Bush, and others else- where, into our reservoirs. When this is done, the town will be possessed of a plentiful supply of pure water, and then the three great wants of Tenby will have been sup- plied. These wants were — 1st, A plentiful supply of pure water; 21d, Perfect drainage; and 3rd, Direct com- munication with the railway systems of the kingdom. To Messrs Davies and Roberts we are principally in- debted for the latter, and to the Mayor of Tenby fur the two former. Others no doubt assisted still, without the assistance of the gentlemen mentioned, we fear Tenby would still have been without water, drainage, or a railway. ODD FELLOWS.—On Monday week the brethren of the Loyal Ship and Castle Lodge of Odd Fellows, M.U., met, after an interval of nine years, for the purpose of dining together. After being marshalled at the National School, they proceeded to church at eleven o'clock, where a sermon was preached to them by the Ven. Archdeacon Clark, the Rector, and when service was concluded, they walked in procession round the town, preceded by the town band, and carrying their banners and regalia. At half past one about seventy sat down to dinner at the Prince of Wales, which the Ven. Archdeacon Clark, the Rev Mr Tanner, and George Chater, E-q, the medical officer of the Lodge, honoured with their presence, and the brethren spent a pleasant afternoon together. The dinner was excellent, and reflected great credit on the host, Mr W. Williams. SAUNDBRSFOOT PETTY SESSIONS.—August 28th.—Be- fore B. T. Williams, Esq. H. Sanders, E,q, and Rev T. H. Dunn.— Thomas Pricket was convicted of riding on a cart, and driving, not having having reins to his horses. Fined 1<, and 68 6d costs.- John Phillips, for allowing three pigs to stray on the highway, was fined 6d, and 7s costs.— George Watkins, for the same offence, but with regard to two pigs, 4J, and 4s costs.— Thomas Roblin, for one pic, 2d, and 4s costs.-Thomas Raymond, for the same offence, had a like penalty and costs.—Robert Lloyd, butcher, charged with illegally conveying skins over the highway. Case dismissed.—Harriett Powell charged Elizabeth Waters with using bad language. Case dis- missed, each to pay their own costs.—Thomas Williams charged William Davies with an assault. Settled out of court, defendant paying £1 2s 4d costs.

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