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. LITTLE * SUTTON.

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. WHITCHURCH.

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HAWARDEN. Miss Tibbits, Miss Glynne's companion for many years, died on Tuesday, at the Cottage, Hawarden. COMPLAINT AGAINST THE DISTRICT COUNCIL. -At the Flintshire County Council meeting on Wednesday, a letter was read from the clerk to the Hawarden District Council, upon the sub- ject of the Shordley well, intimating that his council bad caused notices to be served on the owners of property requiring them to provide water for the occupiers of the houses owned by them. The notices had not expired, but in default of compliance, it was the intention of the district council to take proceedings in the matter.—Mr. Goodman Roberts said this was a distinct evasion of duty on the part of the district council. They had allowed a public supply of water to be diverted, and they HOW gave notice to the landlords to bring back the water. He moved that the matter be adjourned till the next council meeting, and in the mean- time he would inquire into it.—This was agreed to. HAWARDEN INSTITUTE TECHNICAL EDUCA- TION.—At the monthly meeting of the Council, held last Tuesday, a letter from Mr. T. T, Kelly, clerk to the Flintshire County Council, was read, bearing upon the scheme of technical instruction for the county, the Institute having always managed to hold classes in connection with the County Council. In considering the proposals, the Council of the Institute agreed that the County School Governors of each dis- trict would form a body in closer touch with the needs of each district, but also felt that smaller committees under the governors will be necessary; and in the hope that the Institute Committee will be recognised in the future, so that the classes may continue to be an impor- tant branch of usefulness to the village of Hawarden, the Council agreed to fall in with the suggested scheme of the County Council. Until the scheme is adopted, the technical classes will be held as heretofore if approved, the application having already been made by the secretary.

. FRODSHAM.

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