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DISTRICT AND PARISH COUNCILS.

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CONVINCING PROOF OF THE EFFICACY…

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. LITTLE * SUTTON.

. MOLD.

. WHITCHURCH.

. FLINT.

FARNDON.

. INCE.

QUEE..V'S FEI?RY.

¡SANDYCROFT.

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SANDYCROFT. FIRE BRIGADE.—During last week a series of official trials of apparatus and horses in con- nection with the local fire brigade was carried out, under the supervision of Super- intendent W. Kelly, and inspection of Mr. John Jones (Chairman of the Saltney Parish Council). The time taken to turn out' is now only three minutes, which reflects great credit on the brigade. After a brisk run to Connah's Quay and back, the officials expressed themselves as quite satisfied with the new horses, which have been purchased by Mr. Thomas Lindsay for the use of the brigade, according to a contract made by the Parish Council. Pioneer John Humphreys was the recipient of a neatly designed medal presented by the Sandyeroft Foundry and Engine Works Company, in recognition of his long term of eleven years active service in the brigade.—At the Flint- shire County Council meeting on Wednesday, it was resolved, on the motion of Mr. Thomas Parry (Mold), seconded by Mr. Hugh Davies (Hawarden), that the members of the Sandycroft Fire Brigade be allowed a free pass over the Queen's Ferry Bridge when on duty and in uniform.

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. SAUGHALL.

. WREXHAM.

HUXLEY.

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HAWARDEN.

. FRODSHAM.

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