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] NEWENT POLICE COURT.

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NEWENT. THE LATE MR. W BAT.PWJN.—An old and highly respected inhabitant of Newent has disappeared in the death of Mr William Baldwin, which took place during his sleep on February 2nd, at the home of his daughter and her husband, Mrs and Mr H Eves, Lewall-street, Newent, in the 78th year of his age. His mortal remains, amid many tokens of respect and regret, were laid to rest on Thursday in last week in Newent Cemetery, the Rev L Kenfig Morgan officiating. Deceased had been for many years connected with the Congrega- tional Church, and leaves two sisters, three sons, two daughters, and many grandchildren to mourn his loss. ENTERTAINMENT AT OXENHALL.—A dramatic and musical entertainment was given in Oxen- hall School on Thursday evening, the proceeds being devoted to the Church Expenses Fund. Mrs H Lancaster and Miss Thackwell gave well executed pianoforte solos songs were rendered by Mrs Johnstone, Miss Bigland, and Mr Reece there were violin solos by Mrs Irving, and a sketch by Mr Smith, Ross. In addition, The Lady Companion was presented by Mrs Irving and the Misses Thackwell, "The Geese" by the Misses Thackwell, and "The Suffragettes by Misses Jones. Little, and t Savidge. The accompaniments were played by Mrs Irving, Mrs Johnstone, and Miss Jones. The room was crowded.

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