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. COUNTY SCHOOL.

. PETTY SESSIONS.

RUTHIN.

SPECIAL POLICE COURT.

RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

! ' ■ | BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

DEATH OF CAPT. CONWY.

FLINT.

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FLINT. ..r- FLINT AND THE WAR FUND. PATRIOTIC OFFER BY DR. MOULD. The amount of subscriptions towards the war fund in Flint and district, including the amount collected by the Ladies Committee, has now reached the total of £ 160. At a meeting of the Ladies Committee, held on Tuesday, it was announced that Dr. Mould, of Cornist Hall, Flint, had written to the War Office, offering to provide room for a number of the wounded at Cornist. Hall, and to place two trained nurses in charge, and also to provide the services of two surgeons to attend them. THE FLINT VOLUNTEERS AND THE WAR. The following members of the Flint volun- teers have been selected to go to the front, viz. —Corporal Charles Taylor,. Privates Bertie Parry (son df Councillor Thomas Parry), J. W. Bellis, and Evan George. In addition to the above, the following have been placed on the list of Reserves, viz. :—Sergeant G. Carr, Cor- poral Wm. Davies, Privates T. Bartley, J. Mcintosh, T. Grundy, J. Craig, and B. Gloyne. All of them leave Flint for Wrexham on Mon day next, where they will undergo a short periodof training before being sent out. THE FINAL SCENE IN TIIE MILK CASE. On Thursday, Mr. W. Freeman, auctioneer, Holywell, sold, by public auction, in the Royal Oak yard, the horse destrained upon for the non-payment of fine and costs by Mr. Hughes, Maesydre Farm, imposed upon him under the Foods and Drugs Act. A very large company had come together, but it was very evident that there were more sightseers than purchasers among them. The auctioneer said that he was sorry that it had been found necessary to sell. But his business was to sell. The animal was then offered to public bidding. A start was made at 95, and the bids rapidly rose by five shillings and half crowns to f,10, when the horse was declared to have been sold to Mr. J. Wil liams. Considerable laughter was occasioned by the purchaser telling the man that was leading the animal to take the horse to his office. It is needless to add that Mr. Williams was buying the horse in for Mr. John Hughes. We understand that immediately after the sale a protest was served upon Inspector Jones and the auctioneer, on the ground that the destraint had not been legally made.

COUNTY COURT.

BODFARY.

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