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NEWTOWN. BAND TJIXITAI.. Die fi-urih reci.t of season was g!v."i bv the N evi Silver l.:aud in Severn Square :;L. in the proseneo nf H large company. i :w iuh-c.v: us the pr J::)nllC: March. ;r,,< (1) Ii:;f.r): overrui* "La CV>i;: (• .u-ve i p Ion » ): wahx. 'La Serenata" (Jaxone selection. W illiam "i'oil(Rossini): hvrnn (raried). Edwinsc-uio" (Ord Hnmc); grand march. "March the Pries; •< i At Isnlie I (Mendelssohn! finale. <-Jsnvo t he yueen." CHKSCT-T CHAIT. Tht, annirersary services in connection witli this place of worship was held on Sunday, when Pr-.fessor Williams, M.A.. of Trefecca College, oiffciated. Three services were held during the day. and erv largely attended. The eloquent discourse's ol the. professor were greatly appreciated by those present. Collections were taken at each service in aid of the chapel debt. and amounted to X19 Is 9d. AFRICAN MISSION.— On Sundav last Be%- Hodson, preached three very excellent sermons in connection with the above, to large and apprecia- tive congregations. The collections taken in aid of the mission were good. PRESE-ITATIO-N.-On Tuesday last Mr Ashworrh who has conducted verv successful French classes in connection with the Royal Welsh Wax-Louse Recreation and Improvement Society for some time was presented with a black ebony walking stick, silver-mounted and suitably engraved. Mr W. G. Cleeton, made the presentation. MARRIAGE.—The marriage of Mr J. ( Edwards Towyn, to Miss E. Rogers, Pieton Arms, Newtown, took place at the New-town Parish Church on Mon- day last, Rev E. A. Fishbourne (rector), and Rev G. Roberts (curate), officating. The bride who was accompanied by Miss Edwards, the groom's sister, was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr F. C. Hanks. After the ceremony, the wedded pair left for Cardiff where they will spend their honeymoon. Many presents were received. CYCLING CLUB.—On Thursday evening about 25 of the members met at the Crescent for a spin to DoJforwyn. The bugler (Mr. Pritcbard) sounding the order to mount, Mr. Free R. Lloyd, in the ab- sence of Mr. Kershaw, president, led the wav, Captains Norton and Oweu marshalling the wheel- men. Dolforwyn being reached the members were dismissed, some going to the Halfway, and others to Abermule. The bugle again sounded and the return journey was made in do :b!e file entii i he town was ieached when the members verv orderly assumed single file and proceeded to the'Crescen where they were dismissed. PETTY SESSIONS, YFSTERDAY.—Before Messrs R. E. Jones, E. W. Savage, and Alfred Ford. DRUXKEXXESS.—The following were fined for this offence:—John Kuagg, Ladywell-street, 5s and costs; Richard Jones, Skinner-street, 5s and costs; both were charged by P.C. Morgan Hammonds, Commercial-street, 5s and costs, charged by P.C. Watkins. MAIXTEXAXCE. The Guaidiaus of the Newtown and Llanidloes Union charged George Jones with not complying with an order made upon him to contribute towards the maintenance cf his father and mother.—Order made for payment by instal- ments of 2s 6d per week. SCHOOL CASE.—John Andrew, attendance officer, charged William Morris with not sending his child regularly to seliool.-Adjouriied. ASSAT.-LT.Alary Jane Mortimer charged her husband. Lawrence Mortimer, with assaulting her on the 3rd inst.-Compl,inant stated on the day in question defendant came home drunk, and used most filthy language, and caught hold of witness by the neck. The neighbours came on the scene and he made use of several threats. Witness desired a separation order.—Defendant was fined R2 includ- ing costs, or one month's imprisonment.