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FLINT. NURSING ASSOCIATION .-The first annual meeting of the Flint Nursing Association was held on Friday night, Mrs. Mould, Cornish Hall, presiding. The annual report shewed the re- ceipts to be £ 90 18s. 2d. and disbursements £ 56 13s. 4d., leaving a balance in hand of E34 4s. lOd. The nurse had during the year attended 102 cases and paid 3,079 visits, equal to an average of ten visits daily. It was stated by the Mayor (who is honorary secretary) and by Dr. Humphry Williams that the work done during the year had been very highly appreciated by the poor of the town, and a hope was expressed that the County Council would see its way to continue its support to the association. Mrs. Mould was re-elected president, Mr. Evan Thomas as. treasurer, and the Mayor (Alderman T. W. Hughes) as hon. secretary. TOWN COUNCIL.—The monthly meeting of the Flint Town Council was held last week. Mr. E. J. Hughes (ex-Mayor) submitted the estimates for the ensiyng year, which showed the nett requirements on the general district fund to be E1371, and to meet this a rate of 2s. 5d. in the jE. was made, which was estimated to produce S1392. In the borough fund account it was estimated that there would be a deficiency of £521. and to meet this a precept was ordered to be issued against the overseers of the parishes of Flint and Coleshill Fawr for £ 520. A deputation was appointed to interview the district manager of the London and North-western Railway Company with the object of obtaining better facilities for workmen's trains to Connah's Quay, and to try and induce the Company to reduce the fares. The Mayor announced that Alderman J. L. Muspratt had presented the Corporation with a new flag for the Town Hall. The death-rate for the borough for the past month was only at the rate of 9'6 per 1000 per annum.

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