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Public Notices. URBAN DISTRICT OF MOLD. PROPOSED STOPPING UP OF A FOOTPATH. kl OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on ■" Tue-sday". the 13th day of October next, Application will be made on behalf of the undermentioned Urban District Council to His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, assembled at Quarter Sessions, in and for the County of Flint, at the County Hall, in Mold, for an Order for stopping up a cer- tain Public Highway or Footpath in the C, Parish of Mold (Urban) in the County of Flint, to wit the Highway or Footpath situate at the Lead Mills, Mold, aforesaid leading out of the Main Road from Mold to Nonhop, opposite the Bridge Inn; the portion of Footpath proposed to be stopped up c-o:r.n:ences at a point 100 feet or there- abouts from the said Main Road, and for a distance of 400 feet runs in a Southerly I direction, parr-lid with the River Alyn, terminating at a Stone Stile near Alya I Street. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, that the Certificate of two Justices having viewed the same, will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace for the said County of Flint on Monday, the 27th day of July, 1914. DAVID THOMAS, Survevor lu the Mold urban lJistrict Council acting as Surveyor of Highways. r o4 HOLYWELL COUNTY SCHOOL GOVERNORS. THE Governors of the above School in- vite applications from qualified geiul'men being Graduates of Universities, who would be prepared to supervise all examinations held in connection with the School and particulars of which will be fur- nished on application. Applications stating fee required, and partkalnrs of qualifications should be de- livered at the office of the undersigned not later than Saturday, the 16th instant. J. KERFOOT-ROBERTS, Solicitor, Holywell, Clerk to the Governors. ) May 7th, 1914. nl4 s- GEORGE ROBERTS, DECEASED. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having Claims against the I Estate of the above deceased late of Aled House, Caerwys, Flintshire (who died on the 30th March, 1914) must forthwith send in particulars of such Claims to us the undersigned. W.~R. EVAXS, LLOYD & EVANS, 56a, Hope Street, Wrexham. nl4 Solicitors for the Administratrix. Flintshire Education Committee WANTED. — Uncertificated Assistant Teachers for the Abermorddu Coun- cil, Halkyn C.E. Mixed, and Saltney Wood Memorial Boys' Schools. Salary, 143 rising to C.55 per annum. Also, Sup- plementary Teachers for the Mold C.E. Girls' School. Salary, £ 30, rising to £45 per annum. Foims of application may be obtained from J. Bevan Evans, County Education Offices, Mold, on receipt of a stamped addressed foolscap envelope. Flintshire Education Committee WANTED.—Cetrificated Head Mistress for the Ysceifiog C.E. Mixed School. Average Attendance, 31. Salary, P,75 ris- ing to £ 90 per annum. Form of Application may be obtained from J. Bevan Evans, County Education Offices, Mold, on receipt of stamped addressed foolscap envelope. FLINT ODDFELLOWS' 43rd ANNUAL Sports and Races Whit-Tuesday, June 2, 1914, On the Recreation Ground, HOLYWELL ROAD, FLINT. (Wet or Fine). FIRST EVENT at 2 o'clock prompt THE BEST-PATRONISED MEETING IN NORTH WALES. Cheap Tickets issued on Great Western, Great Central, and L. and N. Western Railways, from Manchester, Liverpool, Bir- kenhead, Chester, Rhyl, and all interme- diate stations. In Cash M50 Prizes. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS. 1.—100 Yards Local Schoolboys' Handi- cap, 1st, Value 10s. 6d.; 2nd, 56.; 3rd, 2s. 6d. Entrance, 2d. 2.—120 Yards Flat Handicap, 1st, £ 2; 2nd, £ 1; 3rd, 10s.; Entrance Is. 3.—Half-mile Bicycle Handicap, 1st, Cash or Value, 30s.; 2nd, 15s.; 3rd, 7s. 6d. En- trance Is. 4.—One Mile Bicycle Handicap, 1st, Cash or Value, £ 2; 2nd, £ 1 3rd, 10s.; En- trance Is. 5.—440 Yards Flat Handicap, 1st, Cash, X2; 2nd, 15s.; 3rd, 7s. 6d.; Entrance Is. 6.—220 Yards Flat Handicap, 1st, Cash, 30s. 2nd, 15s. 3rd, 7s. 6d. Entrance, Is. 7.-Horse Leaping Competition, 1st, Cash Y-7; 2nd, £ 3; 3rd, £ 2; 4th, £1; Entrance 2s 8.—V.C. Bicycle Race, 1st, Cash, 30s.; 2nd, 15s; 3rd. 7s. 6d.; Entrance, Is. ALL EVENTS OPEN. Entries close Thursday, May 28th, 1914, at 12 noon, addressed, JAS. GRIFFITHS, Secretary, Oddfellows' Hall, Flint. N 28 Cieap Prepaid Advertisements. Advertisements of Situations Vacant and Situations Wanted, short announce- ments of Articles for Sale, Apartments to Let, etc. (if prepaid) are inserted in the Flintshire Observer and News" at the following rates :— No. of One Two Three Words. Insert. Inserts. Inserts. s. d. s. d. s. d. 12 or less 6 10 1 0 13 to 18 9 1 3 1 6 19 to 24 ..1 0 ..1 8 2 0 25 to 30 1 3 2 0 2 6 31 to 36 ] 6 ..2 6 3 0 37 to 42 1 9 2 9 3 6 42 to 48 2 0 ..3 3 4 0 Double charges if booked. Advertisements respecting servants, k-e., wheti the 4qress given is at the office of the Paper, mqs b0 answered bv LETTER ONLY 10 uj v orsonal inquiries Cannot be answered. When an advertise- ment directs Persons to write to the office of this Paper an additional charge of 3d. is made. I J c • situations Vacant. UL. APPRENTICE Wanted to the General Drapery.—J. Harrison Jones, Comp- ton House, Mold. tc CAPABLE General Wanted for small family. Wages £ 24. Comfortable home. References re(iuired.-Mrs. Hamp- son, Oakhurst, Victoria Avenue, Didsbury, Manchester. N14 A GENTS Wanted to canvass Agricultu- ral and Industrial Districts. Excep- tionally high commission.—Write Manager, 46, Aspinall Road, Brockley, London. nl4 Scholastic. TUITION in Pitman's SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, and COMMER- CIAL CORRESPONDENCE, oral or post, by Certificated Teacher. 21 pupils success- ful. Terms moderate.—Apply, J. Bellis, "Bryn Awelon," Holywell. j Wanted. -n_, -P- w A'TED.-To purchase or rent detach- ed House (or Cottage), about 6 rooms, with garden in or near Mold.D," "Ob- 'server and News" Office, Mold. For Sale. -1 CYCLISTS PEEL CYCLES, £ 2 12s. 6d., G-aaranteed 2 years, any size Frame, British Throughout. Lamps, 10^d. Bells, 3^d.; Carbide, 3d. par lb.; Mudguards, 6d. pair; Chains, Is. 9d. Covers, 2s. 9d. to 17s.; Tubes, 2s. 3d. to 5s. 6d.; Pumps, &Jd.; Mudflaps, Id.; Pedals, Is 3d. pair. Everything at WHOLESALE PRICES. Note Addres3- EMPIRE RUBBER and CYCLE Co., 64, High Street, Mold, and 28, City Road, Chester. 4 (HA Gent's Cycle, perfectly new; Stur- IvlT mey Archer 3-speed gear, Clincher tyres; bargain, £4 10s.—Box B.A., "Ob- server" Office, Mold. nl4 Miscellaneous. N ALLPAPERS from 1. per Roll; any quantity, large or small, supplied at WHOLESALE PRICES. Our stock ex- ceeds 250,000 ROLLS of all classes. Write for patterns, stating what class you require (Dept. 117), BARNETT WALLPAPER Co. Knott Mill, Manchester. HEWITTS, Bootmakers, Abbey Gateway, CHESTER, Have a 60 years' REPUTATION for making and selling Goods 0 0 that are Stylish, Reliable, and Moderate in price. All the LATEST STYLES are now in Stock. Agent for the "K" and other leading specialities. Telephone 400. Preliminary Notice. GREEXFIELD LIBERAL CLUB 2nd Annual Sports SATURDAY, JULY 18th, 1914. Full particulars will appear later. J. W. FURNIVAL, tc Hon. Secretary.

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