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FLINTSHIRE MAGISTRACY. MORE APPOINTMENTS WANTED. On Friday, Hawarden Rural District Council dis- the question whether more magistrates are not I required in the Hawarden Uisfcrich Mr J. Millington moved: "That the Council draw' the Lord CSiaaceQor'g attention to the aeed of more magistrates in Hawarden and other parts of their rural area. I He pointed out that no matnstrates lived in or near Hawarden. The same thing applied to other villages. It was a pit too that their chair- man (Mr William Frayer), had been lost sight of while the authorities had been distributing honours to freely in the country. He suggnded the following should be placed on the Commission of the Peace:- Kinnerton, Mr Fryer; Hawarden, Mr W. G. 0. Glad- stone, and Mr Hugh Davies; Aaton, Mr E. Sydney Taylor; and Smflg croft. Mr Samuel Manley. Mr J.Jm WrigHW who seconded, asked what where the qualifications for appointment as a magistrate. The OJerk: Respectability (laughter). It was also suggested that the growing district f Shotton urgently required new magis The motion wad carried unanimously, and thd name of Mr S. Viekers, for Shotton, was added to the suggested names. Wken Replying to AJverttae- ||

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