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WELSHPOOL. DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.—At the Borough Petty Sessions on Tuesday, before D. P. Owen and W. Rogers, Esqrs., George Learett, Raven-streec, and Charles Oliver, Brook-street, charged by P.S. Humphreys with being drunk and disorderly, were fined-Learett 8a, and Oliver 10s, including costs. ALLEGED INDECENT ASSAULT AT LLANSANT- FFF.AID.-At the County Police Court on Mjnday, before Capt. Mytton, Wm. Jones, 18, labourer, of Fridd, Llansantffraid, was brought up in custody of P.C. Brumwell, charged with committing an indecent assault upon Louisa Ann Lewis, aged 10, daughter of Evan Lewis, of Glanverniew Cottage, Llanrai tffraid, on August 8th.—It appears that on the day in question the little girl was left in charge of the house, and the accused, who wa somewhat under the influence of drink, called at the house, and, it is alleged, committed the assault.—Information was given to the police, a wariant issued, and the accused apprehended by P.C. Brumwell—After hearing the evideoce, the accused was committed to take biatrial at the Quarter Sessions. ANNIVERSARY SERVICE.—On Sunday last, at the Presbyterian Chapel, the Sunday school anniversary took place, when sermons were preached by the Pastor both morning and evening. At the afternoun ervice recitations were given by Miss Myfanwy Reese and Master Bob Davies, and hymns sung by Mrs Simpson, Miss Webb, Master W. James and Mr D. Jones. Certificates for examination belonging to the Presbytery were handed to sixteen children, Miss Beatrice Owen receiving a prize, the following gain- ing cards of merit:—Winnie Owen. Annie V. S Davies, Alice Baines, Ada JIi., Gertie Baines, Jennie Preece, Mary Jane Owen, Bob Davies, Harry Pierce, Arthur Jones, H. Baines, Grotius James, Rd. Hughes, Willie Langdon, and Lawrence Jones. Mi-s Antonia James, with her usual ability, presided at the harmonium, assisted by Muster Grotius James on the violin. Collections were made at each tervice in aid of the Sunday School Funds. MARRIAGE OF THE REV. J. C. COLWELL.—On Tuesday, 16th inst., a marriage was solemnized at the Wesleyan Chapel between the Rev J. Cullis Colwell, junior Wesleyan minister, and Miss Minnie Bell, youngest daughter or the Rev. John Bell, of Oswestry, formerly superintendent of the Welshpool circait. The bridegroom arrived in chapel shortly before one o'clock with his groomsmen, Rev. J. W. Colwell. Mr Herbert Bell, and Mr William A. Bell. The bride arrived shortly afterwards. The officiating minister was the Rev J. father of the bride. The bride wore a dress of white cashmere and tulle veil, with wreath of orange blossoms, and Qarried a lovely bouquet. The bridesmaids. Miss Bejii, liaise Julia Bell, and Misa Colwell, were dressed in salmoD. coloured costumes, with hats to match. The service was choral, under the conductorship of Mr Tom Davies. Miss Antonia James, who presided at the organ, played the Wedding M*rch as the party left the chapel. A pleasing incident was that of the bridegroom's youngest sister, Miss Flossie Colwell, who oarned a basket of beautiful flowers and scattered them along the aisle to the carriage. A larga number were present witnessing the ceremony. A reception was afterwards held at Cleveland House. Mr and Mrs Colwell left by the 1-3 p.m. train for the Lake District, and, after the honeymoon, he will reside at Tutbury, belonging to the Uttoxeter circuit. The presents, which were numerous and costly, in- cluded two handsome gifts from the boarders and day pupils of the Cleveland House School. It may be added that on Mr Colwell's departure he will be much missed, as he is extremely popular, not only in the circuit, but amongst the Nonconformists of the town, amongst whom, by his enthusiastic and energetic abilities, has won for himself a name which will remain. Besides being a strong advocate of temper- ance, he was also the president of the firit United Mutual Improvement Society of the town. Mr and Mrs Colwell have the good wishes of their friends and acquaintances that in their new sphere of labour and new home they may work with that assiduous care in which so far they have been successful.



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