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THE WELSH CHURCH IN BIRKENHEAD.

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HAWARDEN. I

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HAWARDEN. PETTY SESSIONS, Thursday, December 3rd.—Before Sir Stephen R. Glynue, Bart., and William Johnson, Esq. A Koie about a Dog.—Henry Hayes charged William Gittins with an assault, on the lith of November, at Buckley. Defendant was fined J61 and 12s costs, and he was bound over in his own recognizances to keep the peace towards complainant for twelve months. Brother and Sister.-Hannah Jones charged Edwin Prince with an assault. The parties were brother and sister. Defendant was fined 5s and costs. Malicious Injury.-Thomas Smith was fined 10s and costs, and damage (is, for breaking the windows of John Weaver's public-house at Bromtwood. Assaulting a Police Otkccr.-P C. Edge charged Geo. Bankes as follows .-On Saturday, at 11 45 p.m., at the Wellington Inn, Saltney, defendant came up and used very violent language. I told him to go home and gave him a push. I was on duty. He knocked me down by a blow on the ear. He struck and kicked me after- wards. W. M. Lowndes, landlord, corroborated com- plainant's statement. Defendant had been up several times before for similar offeuces, and he was fined £5 5s and costs, or in default two months imprisonment. l'ired of Life,- John Walsh was brought up in cus- tody charged by Sergeant Ward with setting a stack of straw on tire at Shotton, on the 25th of November. The stack belonged to Daniel White. Defendant gave him- self up and confessed the offence, and said he was tired of his life and wanted to be transported. Wit- nesses were called who deposed to having seen him near the spot at the time. He was committed for trial at the assizes. AMATEUR CONCERT,—The amateur concert announced last week, was given on Friday evening, and was attended with great success. The programme was well selected. The performers consisted of ladies and gentle- men of Hawarden and Chester, and Mr F. Wriglev, organist of the parish church, conducted. Miss Ockfe- shaw, who is an old favourite, was encored in both her songs, Come back to Eriu," and "The Danube river;" as was also the Rev. T. Giles in Nazareth," and The schooner on the sands." The Hon. C. Lyttleton, M.P., 111. I 1 I -? -1 sang Home they nreugut her warrior (lead, and "The Vicar of Bray;" the latter being encored. Mr J. Dentith sang Nina," and My Queen;" both were well received. The following glees were also effectively sung: The dawn of day,' Sir Knight," (encored), Gather ye rosebuds," "Orpheus with his lute." The National Anthem with solos, sustained by Mrs Porter, Miss Ockleshaw, and Mr Dentith concluded one of the most pleasiug concerts ever given in Hawarden. Amongst the company were—Mrs W. E. Gladstone, the Misses Gladstone, Lady Mary Herbert, Miss G. Glynne, the Mayoress of Chester, the Hon. Misses Lyttelton, Sir S. R. Glynne, Bart., Lord Lyttelton, the Rev. H. Glynne, the Rev. E. and Mrs Isaac, the Rev. F. and Mrs Chamberlain, the Mayor of Chester, Mr and Mrs E. Thompson, Mr and Mrs R. Frost, Mr W. Hancock, Mrs Hancock and family, Mr F. Hignett, Mrs and Miss Gardner, Dr, Mrs and Miss Moffatt, Mr and Mrs F. Thompson, Mrs and Miss T. Davison, Miss Davison, Mr and Mrs Hurlbutt, Mr J. Fox, the Misses Fox, the Rev. 8, and Mrs Evans, &c., &c.