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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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. LITTLE * SUTTON.

. MOLD.

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MOLD. THE DIAMOND JUBILEE FUND.—A list of subscribers to this fund has been published, together with a balance sheet, from which it appears that the total subscriptions received were £159 7s. 7d.; and that after payment of several accounts the sum of JE77 lis. 2d. was paid over to the intermediate school. CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL TREAT. The annual treat in connection with the Church Sunday Schools of Mold, Gwernymynydd, Gwysaney, and New Brighton, was held on Thursday in favourable weather. The teachers and scholars assembled at the National Schools at 1.30, and proceeded to the parish church, where a short service was held. Out- side the church a procession was formed, headed by the band of the A (Mold) Company 2nd V.B. R.W.F., while the local clergy, Mr. C. P. Morgan (Bryn-yr-haul), and Mr. Rupert Prince (superintendent of the Mold Schools), followed immediately after. After marching down High-street and Chester-street, the procession proceeded via Bridge-street to Bryn-yr-haul, where tea was served, the excellent catering of Mr. J. D. Rowlands (High-street and New- street) affording complete satisfaction. Danc- ing and numerous other games were afterwards indulged in, and at 6 30 the scholars returned to the National Schools, and there dispersed.

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