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TATTENHALL.

NESTON.

MOLD.

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MOLD. SCHOOL BOARD.—This monthly meeting was held on Wednesday. Present, the chairman (the Rev. E. Bithel), the Revs. E. M. Roderick and W. Morgan, and Messrs. Prince, Lamb. and Davies. One of the chief points of the meeting was the creating of Buckley into an urban district and its effect upon the School Board area. According to a letter read from the Clerk to the County Council, it appears that the new district will take in about 4,094 acres, the ratable value of which is £17,964, with an estimated population of 3,520 The Board, to ascertain its position, wrote to the Local Government Board, and received a reply that with the order made by the Flintshire County Council for a constitution of a new parish and urban district, their lordships pro- pose to recommend to the Board the provision should be made in the confirming order for the formation of a united school district, con- sisting of the new parish constituted by the order and the remainder of the existing parish of Mold rural and urban, and the Board passed a resolution in favour of the proposal.—The clerk was instructed to draw out a form of tender for the supply of cooks, apparatus, &c., and to ask each one that tenders to go through the form of discount they would allow.— Mr. Prince stated he thought it was high time to take action for the evening continuation schools, and it was resolved the clerk should send out notiees for probable students to send in their names.—The Rev. E. M. Roderick asked the feeling of the Board as to Sunday Schools being kept open now the fever is so prevalent, but no action was taken.

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