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MO LI). URBAN COUNCIL. The members of the Council, whose time o leflice has just expired, are Councillors W. Wright. J. E. Davies, J. T. Morgans, and Mr. Henry John Roberts. There is also a vacancy en the Council caused by the resignation of Mr. W. Rowe who has left the town. The nomina- tion day has been fixed for the 9th of March, Withdrawals on or before the 14th, and the date .f the election is the 27th instant. MEASLES STILL CONTROL THE SCHOOLS. The school children are having a happy time of it, their six weeks vacation expired on Mon- day, but the Medical Officer has deemed it desirable not to open the schools for another fortnight. The children are glad of the respite but the duties of the teachers will, on the open ing of the schools, be made more onerous in obtaining the full capitulation grant. HOCKEY. The home team were engaged with Llandudno ? en Saturday. The visitors kstarted oft with a rush, and scored within the first five minuteB. Mold did not seem up to their form and were, during the first portion of the game, hard pressed. They, however, managed to equalise, and in the second half by the aid of Dr. Lunt they secured another goal, winning ultimately by two goals to one. For the home players Dr. Lunt, Owen, Gillespie, and E. Jones, were the most prominent. Mr.1 Connah, Rhyl, was referee. THE URBAN COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting was held on Wednesday evening last, at the Town Hall, when the, questions under consideration were—The health of the town, the sewerage farm, Bailey Hill, and the lighting ot the streets. MAY DAY PROCESSION. At a representative meeting held at the Town Hall ..•a Tuesday, it was decided to hold a May Day Procession on the 11th of May next. Mr. H. Lloyd Jones, J.F., was appointed chairman; Mr. T. Price, vice-chairman; and Mr. Lewis E. Lloyd, secretary. COTTAGE HOSPITAL. The annual meeting of the above institution was held at the Hospital on Tuesday last. the Rev. Pool Hughes, vicar, presiding over a good attendance. Mr. IL J. Roberts was appointed a trustee in the place of Ms father, and the officers of the institution were re elected. YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS. On Monday, at a special Police Court, Henry Thomas, Milford Street, 18; David Evans, 12; and William Evans, 9; were charged in custody with stealing a quantity of rabbit skins, the property of John Brannan. Evidence having been given, Henry Thomas was seat to prison for 14 days, aDd the two younger prisoners were given the benefit of the First Offenders Act.