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Public Notices. Holywell Union. PORTRESS AND LABOUR SUPERIN- TENDENT. T HE Guardians of the Holywell Union ■ invite applications from persons with previous experience in a Poor Law Institu- tion cr Infirmary, to act as Portress and Superintendent of Female Labour at the Poor Lavr Institution, Holywell, and dis- charge such other duties as may be direc- ted. Salary £.j per annum, will apartments, ratiors. laundry, etc. A summary of die duties to be performed can IJe obtained upon application to the undersigned. Applicants to be between the ages of 25 and 00 year-. Tkj appointment will be made subject to the provisions of the Poor Law Officers' Superannuation Act, 1896. A knowledge of the Welsh Language is cl cl desirable. Applications, stating age, qualifications, and accompanied by three testimonials of recent date, to be sent in to me on or be- fore 10 a.m. on Thursday, the 25th June instant. By Order, P. HARDING ROBERTS, Clerk. Union Offices, Holywell. 9th June, 1914. oil County of FHnt. jUuXICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next GENERAL QUARTER SES- SIONS OF THE PEACE for the County of Flint, will be held at the COUNTY HALL, in MOLD, in the said County, on TUES- DAY, the 30th day of JUNE, 1914, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon for the Trial of Prisoners and the hearing of Appeals, when all business relating to the County, and over which the Court has jurisdiction, will then be proceeded with. All Jurors. Prosecutor,s and Witnesses are requested to be in attendance at the above- ned hour. All depositions and instructions for in- dictments must be sent to my Office, if practicable, six days before the said Quarter Sessions otherwise the costs will not be allowed. HENRY A. TILBY, Clerk of the Peace. County OfficeSj Mold, June 8th, 1914. r Flintshire Education Committee W ATED.-Ccrtificate-d Head Mistresses for the St. Asaph R.C. and Cwm Par- ochial Mixed Schools. Average Attend- ance, 43 and 25 respectively. Salary f.75, rising to £90 per annum. Also, Uncertifi- cated Assistant Teachers for the Bangor, Halkyn, and Higher Wych C.E. Mixed, Saltney Wood Memorial, Boys', Gwe-spyr Council Mixed, and Queensferry Council Infants' Schools. Salary k45, rising to £ 55 per annum. Also Supplementary Teachers for the Mold C.E. Girls', Bron- ington C.E., and Gwespyr Council Mixed Schools. Salary V-30, rising to £45 per an- num. Forms of application may be obtaTn- ed from J. Bevan Evans, County Education Offices, Mold, on receipt of a stamped ad- dressed foolscap envelope. Flintshire intermediate Education Scheme. THE Local Governing Body of the Mold 0 County School offer SIX ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS—two of 4.6 and one of £ 3 for Boys, and two of Y.6 and one of C3 for Girls. The Examination will be held at the Mold County School on the 19th and 20th June, 1914. Candidates must be not less than Ten years of age, and not more than Thirteen, on the 1st day of August, 1914. Successful candidates will be required to produce a Certificate of Birth. The Governors will award the Scholar- ships by order of merit as determined by the marks obtained, subject to adjustment by adding to total marks gained by candi- dates, one per cent. for every two months below the maximum age. Scholarships will not be awarded unless sufficient merit is shewn. Notice of intention to sit for the Exami- nation should be sent to the undersigned on or before the 12th June, accompanied by a Certificate of Good Character. Forms of Entry will be supplied on application. I The TIME TABLE has been arranged as folloIN-S:- Friday, June 19th, Arithmetic—9.30 to 11.30 a.m. English Paper A-1.30 to 2.30 p.m. Paper B-2.35 to 4.0 p.m. Saturday. June 20th, General Knowledge: Paper A-9.15 to 10.45 a.m. Paper B—10.50 to 11.50 a.m The Governors are also prepared to con- sider the award of Maintenance Allowances to deserving Children whose parents are in need of financial assistance. Forms of ap- plication can be obtained from me and must be returned not later than the 1st day of September, 1914. Dated this 25th day of May, 1914. FRED LLEWELLYN JONES, Clerk to the Local Governing Body of the Mold County School. Earl Road, MOLD. Oil In gratitude for the reprieve of the Por- tuguese who was recently sentenced to death at Liverpool for wife murder on board a liner the Lisbon municipality has given the name London to one of the principal streets. Situations Vacant. APPRENTICE Wanted to the General Drapery.—J. Harrison Jones, Comp- ton House, Mold. tc WANTED, Housemaid Waitress, experi- enced and good references.—Apply, Mrs. Broadbent, The Vron, Holywell. o25 \A/ANTED for the Bagillt Workingmen's Unionist Club, a Caretaker.—Apply, stating wages required, to J. H. Bloor, Hon. Sec., Bagillt. oil 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. To Let. O OOD House to Let at Bryntirion, Lees- 0 wood, containing 6 Rooms, also Wash- house Coal-house outside.—Apply, Ed. Peters, Builder, Lecswood. 018 Wanted. WANTED a House in or near Mold; rent V V from £ 20 to C26 per annum; would take over expiring tenancy.—Address, full o particulars to Messrs. Keene and Kelly, Solicitors, Mold. tc For Sale. W ALUABLE Building Land for Sale. 0 Situate near Station and Main Road known as '"Pren-y-Gelig"; also a Croft.— Apply, Roberts, Oaklands, Bagillt. o25 iQ-J I Gent's Cycle, perfectly new Sturmey lulT Archer 3-speed gear, Clincher Tyres. Bargain, C4 10s.—Box C, "Observer and News," Mold. ol8 CYCLISTS PEEL CYCLES, £2 12s. 6d., Guaranteed 2 years, any size Frame, British Throughout. Lamps, lOid. Bells, 3-1d.; Carbide, 3d. per lb.; Mudguards, 6-,1d. pair; Chains, Is. 9d. Covers, 2s. 9d. to 17s. Tubes, 213. 3d. to 5s. 6d.; Pumps, 9Jd.; Mudflaps, Id.; Pedals, Is 3d. pair. Everything at WHOLESALE PRICES. Note Address- EMPIRE RUBBER and CYCLE Co., 64, High Street, Mold, and 28, City Road, Chester. Miscellaneous. 2 ALLPAPERS from Hd. per Roll; any w quantity, large or small, supplied at Z, 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. 64-PAGE BOOK ABOUT HERBS AND HOW TO USE THEM, free. Send for one.—TRIMNELL, The Herbalist, 144, Richmond Road, Cardiff. Established 1879. Holywell Carnival AND Trades Procession. In aid of the Holywell Cottage Hospital, the Holywell Nursing Association, the Holy- well Christmas Dinner Fund, and the Bag- illt and Greenfield Nursing Association, will be held on WEDNESDAY, July 8th, 1914. The L. and N.-W. Railway Company will issue cheap Tickets from Chester, Sandy- croft, Queensferry, Shotton, and Connah's uay, also from Rhyl and Prestatyn, to Holy- well. Further Particulars from- JOHN ROBERTS, Hon. Sec. 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