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M 0 L D HOCKEY. On Thursday last, the local team had the Rhyl representatives as their visitors on the Recreation Ground, The locals started with ten men, and in fact played the whole of the game almost with that number. Play was very even in the first half, the visitors find- ing the net on one occasion, Mold having several good chances, which were not made use of. The second half was stubbornly contested, Mold drawing level through Dr. Lunt, a pleasant game ending in a draw of one goal each. GILCHRIST LECTURE. The first of a series of lectures in connec- tion with the Gilchrist Trust to be held in the town this session, under the auspices of the Cosmopolitan Society, was held at the Town Hall, on Tuesday evening last. The building was crowded. The lecturer was Dr. Wilson, and the subject he dealt with was the 'Heart.' The lecture was. given with lime-light illustrations, and was interesting in the extreme. The Chair was occupied by Mr. E. P. Edwards^ Yet., who pointed out that the Gi!christ Trustees also lent a, helping hand towards objects of education and such like, to be permanently established for the benefit of the working classes. He would mention as one of these objects a Free Library for the town of Mold. The suggestion was received with applause; and observing this, Dr. Wilson offered a few remarks at the close of a very encouraging character. A highly successful meeting concluded, after the passing of the custo- mary votes of thanks, by rendering the National Anthem. THE RESERVES. From the local corps of volunteers, six men were sent to Rhyl on Saturday for final approbation, prior to being sent to barracks for South Africa. There were also two 'reserves' for the special regiment that is going out. The recognized quota for the local corps was four men but on account of the deficiencies elsewhere, the whole half dozen, together with the two 'whippers-in,' were passed. The corps is to be warmly congra- tulated. The names of the men are:— Lance-Sergeant E. Barnett, Private G. Humphreys, Private W. Humphreys, Private T.,Davies,Private G. Threlfall, and Private I D. Maddocks. The reserves arePrivate R. Ellis Jones, and Private J. Bevan, As previously announced, the company will be under the charge of Captain T. M. Keene, of this town. Mold may therefore claim, with the detachment of imperial yeomanry now serving at Wrexham, that she has more than completed her share of the urgent de- mands now made upon the country in con- nection with the Boer and Briton struggle in South Africa. The volunteers will leave for Wrexham on Monday next.

. COUNTY SCHOOL.

. PETTY SESSIONS.

RUTHIN.

SPECIAL POLICE COURT.

RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.

! ' ■ | BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

DEATH OF CAPT. CONWY.

FLINT.

COUNTY COURT.

BODFARY.

LLANSANNAN. '-"'--

BALA.