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LLANIDLOES GARDEN SALE OF WORK.—On WORI i garden sale of work in aid of the NationaTS7 was held in the Vicarage grounds Tha °°^s which presented a gaily decorated with flags, banners, and mottoes the most noteworthy one being Success to our •school, which was hung at the entrance gate the keeper of which was Mr .John Parker. The variety stall, which contained a host of useful and orna- mental articles was under the superintendence of Mrs h. 0. Jones and Miss Davies (White House) while another very attractive feature was the fairy' we 11 m charge of Miss Ida Webb, who was attired in Welsh costume, and Miss Chris Kerr in Scotch costume, the four fairies being Misses Beatrice Davies and E. Jones, and Masters Fred Davies and Bryan Jones. The refreshment stall was presided over by Miss Marshall, assisted by Miss Kerr, and Miss I kin had the control of the fortune-tellino- tent. Mr Williams, N. and S. Wales Bank, who 0 worked untiringly to make the party a success had a capital exhibition of local views and groups with which a good business was done. Although the morning was bright aud fine, unfortunately it began to rain in the evening, which in a great measure marred the proceedings of its usual brightness. Extensive operations had been made to have the grounds illuminated at night, but owing to the weather it had to be abandoned. The Llan, idloes Borough Brass Band was in attendance, and played a few select ioiis, but as the rain continued without intermission, no dancing or other games could be indulged in, and the proceedings came to a close at an early hour. Much business was, how- ever done, and a goodly sum will be realised. It has been decided to hold another party at a early date. BOROUGH SESSIONS.—-THURSDAY. Before Messrs. A. J. Morris (Mayor), Daniel Davies (ex-Mavor), and John Smont. MAINTENANCE.—Richard Owen (relieving officer) applied for an order against Edward Owen, farm labourer at Ffinnant, Trefeglwvs, to contribute towards the maintenance of his parents, who re- ceived 4s. per week from the Newtown and Llan- idloes Union. Dismissed.-—Christmas Breeze, Treharris, was summoned for arrears under a maintenance order amounting to 15s.Adjoui-ned. -Wm. Owen, Treharris, was ordered to pay his arrears amounting to 11 Ils. 6d. within one month. SUNDAY DRINKING.—George Williams, Highgate- street. was summoned by P.C. Tudor for being drunk at 7-30 on Sunday, June 21st. Defendant stoutly denied the offence. Fined 7s 6d including costs.—Thomas Jones, Church-street, and Evan Morris, Church-street, were summoned by P.C. Tudor for being drunk and disorderly on Sunday, June 28th. Fined 7s 6d each including costs.- Enoch George, Thomas Jones, J. H. Mills, and John Jones, Church Place, were charged by P.C. Tudor with being drunk or. June 29th. Fined 7s 6d in- cluding costs. DRUNK AXD DISORDERLY.—Thomas Jones, Peny- graig street, Enoch George, Smithfield street, and John H. Mills, Bethel street, were charged with the above offence.—P.C. Davies said that about 11 30 p.m. on June 27th, he saw the defendants in a drunken state in Short Bridge street, two of them committing a nuisance. On being told they would be taken into custody Jones and Mills went away, but George refused to move, and made use of most filthy language.—Inspector Lake said this was George's fifteenth appearance.—George was fined 20s. and costs, and Jones and Mills 7s. 6d. including costs.

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