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T MONTGOMERY. C.E.T.S.—The first monthly summer meeting of the Church of England Temperance Society was held at the National School on Wednesday evening. The Rev. E. W. Brown (Rector) presided. Addresses were delivered by the Chairman and the Rev. E. Brooke (Criggion), to whom at the close hearty votes of thanks were accorded. THE COMIXU-OF-AGE OF MR. HI GH HARRISON.— We regret that in our last issue the following names were inadvertently omitted from the list of guests present at the lejoicings last week:—Dr Thompson Harrison, Captain Lovell, Mr and Mrs S. D. Price- Davies, and Captain Gaisford. In our report cf Mrs Harrison's At Home," held on Friday week, we should have stated that the very handsome decorations of the Assembly room, orchestra, portico, retiring and cloak rooms, were entirely carried out by Mr and Mrs C. B. Williams of the Checker's Hotel, and their assistants Misses Cissie Davies and Anne Allan, and Mr T. H. Evans. The orchestra was marked off by curtains festooned with many hued ribbons, having a red background. There was a liberal display, and the whole effect of bunting was enhanced by an exceedingly tasteful arrangement of flowers and evergreens.—We much regret in the hurry of going to press this omission occurred. BOROUGH PETTY SESSIONS, THURSDAY. — -Before the Mayor (Councillor E. R. James) and the ex-Mayor (Councillor E. Williams). DRGNKffXXESS. Walter Hinks, of Woodmore, was fined 5s including costs for being drunk at Montgomery on May 14th, the case being proved by P.C. Pryce. COUNTY PETTY SESSIONS.—Before Rev. R. M. White and Mr. E. R. James. A NEW JUSTICE.—Mr. John Davies, of Fronfraith Mills, Llanddysil, took the oath of allegiance and the judicial oath upon his accession to the Bench as chairman of the Forden Rural District Council. SCHOOL CASE.—David Williams, of Green lane, Llandyssil, was summoned by Mr. Robert Tomley for the irregular attendance of his children at school.—Fined 2s 6d. I ALLOWING A COW TO STRAY.—Richard Wellings, Aston, Churchstoke, was fined 10s including costs for allowing a cow to stray on the highway.—De- fendant pleaded that he was only taking the animal for water, but P.C. Lewis said that the cow was alone and unattended for quite lialf-an-hour. VAORAXGT.—P.C. Lewis charged John Bibby with sleeping in an outbuilding at Alport, Churchstoke.—Defendant was stated to be an old offender, and was fined 15s iucluding costs, in default seven days' hard labour. LICENSING.— An extension of one hour was granted to the licenses of the Courthouse and Raven Inns.—The license of the Bricklayers' Arms Inn, Montgomery, was transferred from Mr Arthur Vaughan to Mrs Hannah Jones, and that of the Cottage-Inn from Mrs Gough to Mr Yaughan. PAROCHIAL.—Rates were signed and allowed for the parishes of Montgomery, Churchstoke, and Castlewright.

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