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MOLD SCHOOL BOARD.

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MOLD SCHOOL BOARD. -.10. This monthly meeting was held on Wednes- day, present:—The Chairman (the Rev. E. Bithel), the Rev. E. W. Roderick, Messrs. Prince, Lamb, Lloyd, Jones, and Davies. THE EFFECT OF THE BUCKLEY URBAN ORDER. The Clerk read a letter received from the Education Department, stating that their final letter of 5th August was written under a mis- understanding with regard to the intention of the order of the County Council and the modi- fications proposed by the Local Government Board as to the formation of the new parish. The communication stated: As it is now pro- posed that the portion of Mold (Rural) to be included in the new urban district of Buckley, should be a separate civil parish there will be no necessity for any alterations in the area of the present school district of Mold. My lords will therefore recommend to the Local Government Board that the united schools district be constituted by the confirming order, and consist of Mold (Urban), Mold (rural) and the new parish formed out of Mold (rural)."—Mr. Lamb asked if the Board could enquire of the Department their reason for changing their minds on the misunderstanding referred to in their letter.—Mr. Prince said the County Council should ask for an explanation. —Mr. Lamb said he thought the Department bad practically closed the matter without con- sulting the Boord.-The Vicar said he thought it was a question for Buckley.—Mr. Lamb stated he was speaking for Buckley, and that it was only at the Board he had an opportunity of expressing his views.—Mr. Prince advised that Buckley should take the matter up.—Mr. Lamb moved that the clerk be instructed tc ask the Department for an explanation.—Mr. Davies seconded, and it was agreed to.—The Rev. E. M. Roderick suggested the name of Mr. Gittins to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Mr. Tompkins.—Mr. Prince seconded, and Mr. Lamb supported, the resolution being carried. —The Clerk reported that the loan of X156 for the alteration of Mold Class-room had been obtained at 2 per cent.

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!EAST DENBIGHSHIRE ELECTION.

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