Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

14 articles on this Page

Advertising

Advertising
Cite
Share

Public Notices. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1904. .JI Holywell Rural District Council. Abstract of the Accounts of the above- named Rural District for the Half-year end- ed 31st March, 1914. L RECEIPTS. £ s. d. March 31st, 1914 Balance in hand from last Acc't. 2332 17 6 Public Health & Miscellaneous: From Overseers, General Expen- ses, including Highways 3020 2 10 Overseers, Special Expen- ses 300 7 10 „ Rates, etc., "Water Supply 174 8 11 Local Taxation Grant un- der Agricultural Rates Act, 1896 218 16 6 Fines and License Fees 1 5 0 County Council;- Salaries of Medical Officers 60 14 11 Do. Inspectors of Nuis- ances 136 0 11 Bagillt Special District Rents 18 14 6 Caerv.ys Do. 1 10 0 Other receipt ••• 2 6 0 £ 6267 4 11 EXPENDITURE. £ s. d. March 31st, 1914. Public Health & Miscellaneous: Water Supply and Sewerage: £ e. d. Parish of Brynford 6 9 „ Halkyn 14 0 1 H'well Rural 9 9 10 Llaziatia 417 0 „ Mold Rural 26 18 11 „ Whitford 16 6 7 ————— 71 19 2 Bagillt Special Dist. 65 2 3 Whitford Sp'l Dist. 25 10 6 Xorthop Sp'l Dist. 20 19 2 Caerwys Sp'l Dist. 17 18 3 Lees'd Water Supply. 51 11 1 ————— 181 1 3 Repayments of Instalments of Loan and Interest !— Bagiiit Special Dist. 151 3 2 Rhewl and Whitford Special Dist. 16 1 8 Caerwya Parish 86 11 0 ————— 253 15 10 Salaries of Officers 320 19 6 i Establishment and General Ex- I penses 53 2 10 Infectious Diseases Notification. 18 7 0 Registrars' Fees, Returns to Medical Officers 4 12 0 Disinfectants 8 12 7 Chester Port Sanitary Authority 35 0 0 Fever Hospital Expenses 73 15 6 Legal Expenses 0 0 0 Scavenging 118 5 4 Highways: Maintenance and Repair of Highways:— Manual Labour 1010 19 3 Team Labour 388 15 10 Materials 1887 0 10 ————- 3286 15 11 Salaries of Officers 144 3 8 Establishment Charges 35 1 0 Leeswood Corner 2 16 6 Insurance Stamps 12 5 0 Gadlas Road Wall 3 0 0 Balances 1643 11 10 E6267 4 11 Amount allowed at Audit 8th May, 1914, k6267 4s. lid. P. HARDING ROBERTS, Clerk to the Rural District Council. URBAN DISTRICT OF MOLD. PROPOSED STOPPING UP OF A FOOTPATH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Tuesday, 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 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 Northop, opposite the Bridge Inn; the portion of Footpath proposed to be stopped up commences at a point, 100 feet or there- abouts from the said Main Road, and for a distance of 400 feet runs in a Southerly direction, parallel with the River Alyn, terminating at a Stone Stile near Alyn 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, Surveyor to the Mold Urban District Council acting as Surveyor of Highways. o4 Flintshire Summer Assizes, 1914. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Honorable Sir Alfred Tristram Lawrence Knight one of the Justices of His Majesty's High Court of Justice, assigned to hold the next Assizes for the County of Flint, will proceed to open the said Assizes at Mold, on Wednesday, the 10th day of June 1914, and all Justices of the Peace within the said County, and all others hav- ing business at the said Assizes, are required to attend at the County Hall, in Mold, on Thursday, the 11th day of June 1914, at Eleven o'clock in the morning precisely. 0 JOHN KERFOOT EVANS, ESQUIRE, HIGH SHERIFF. JOHN KERFOOT ROBERTS, UNDER-SHERIFF. KEENE & KELLYA ACTING UNDER-SHERIFFS. Sheriff's Office, Mold, 19th May 1914. n21 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. LLANASA. A Garden Fete and Sale of Work in aid of the Gwespyr Mission Room, Llanasa, will be opened by Lady Mostyn, Mostyn Hall, on Wednesday July 29, 1914, at Tan Lan Hall, by the kind permission of Mr. and Mrs. Batters. W. MORTIMER, P. D. VICKERS, 04 Secretaries. 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, aud all interme- diate stations. In Cash ^50 Prizes. PROGRAMME OF EVENTS. 1.—100 Yards Local Schoolboys' Handi- cap, 1st, Value 10s. 6d. 2nd, 5s.; 3rd, 2s. 6d.; Entrance, 2d. 2.-120 Yards Flat Handicap, 1st, C2; 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, £ 2; 2nd, 15s.; 3rd, 7s. 6d.; Entrance Is. 6.—220 Yards Flat Handicap, let. Cash, 30s.; 2nd, 15s. 3rd, 7s. 6d. Entrance, Is. 7.-Horse Leaping Competition, 1st, Cash £ 7; 2nd, C3; 3rd, R2; 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

NERQUIS.

Advertising

[No title]

---Tariffs and the Cotton…

-----...:..---BUCKLEY.

♦> - NORTHOP.

Advertising

^ .-.çSHOTTON.

Advertising

The Robbery Bill.

* Men & Matters.

MOLD.

MOLD.