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THE LORDS AND LEGISLATION.

HARVEST FESTIVALS.

WELSHPOOL.

NEWTOWN.I

ABBEYCWMHIR.

BETTWS.

MACHYNLLETH.

BERRIEW.

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BERRIEW. CONCERT.—In the school-room, Berriew, on Friday, September 22nd, a concert was given, the object of which was to raise money for the lighting of the village during the coming winter. Notwithstanding cmuter attractions the room was comfortably full with au appreciative audience. The arti-te-i were Miss M. J. Lewis, Messrs. E. O. Jones, W. Barratt, J. Humphreys, R. H. Jones, and G G. Trow, of Newtown, and Miss Bessie Bevan. The la'ter lady sang with much taste, and quite deserved the encores which followed her songs. The Newtown party fully maintained their reputation, and there is no need to sa.v anything further. Mr Keedwell accompanied, anii the post of chairman was ab'y filled by Mr Jones, S jh jol-house. Mr Jarvis was the sole or^anis-r of the concert, and he is to be complimented on i s succe-s. LLANFAIR SESSIONS,—SATURDAY. I Before Rev S. Reed, T. J. Hounsfield, and Thom& J Watkins, Esqrs. Deputy Chief-constable Crowden wa also present. BREACHES OF THE PEACE.-P.S. Poole charged Edwin Breeze and Joseph Astley with fighting at Uanfair on August 25th. Breeze did not appear. B )th defendants were bound over in the sum of X3 to keep the peace for six months, and to pay 4s 6d costs.—John Evans, junior, was charged by Martha Francis with assaulting and beating her at Hassel Square on August 26th. Case dismissed.—Martha Jones charged Mary Harris with using threatening language to her. Both were bound over to keep the peace for twelve months in the sum of £ 5. HIGHWAY OFFENCE.—David Evans was charged by P.C. Davies with allowing nine cattle to stray on the highway on the lltb September, between Voel and Cann Office, and also three horses on September 13th.—Defendant was cautioned, and ordered to pay 10s costs.

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BISHOP'S CASTLE.

LLANIDLOES.

LLANIDLOES CHURCH BAZAAR.…

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NEWTOWN REVISION COURT.

FOOTBALL.

BERRIEW SESSIONS—THURSDAY.