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W. C. WRIGHT,

W. C. WRIGHT,

HOSIER. HATTER. OUTFITTER. SHIRT and COLLAR MAKER. Comforts for our Soldiers & Sailors. Grey Flannel Shirts, 4'3 Winter Seeks. 1 -, 1 3, 1 6 Wool Mitts. 1 , 1 6. 1 11 Wool Helmets, IV. 26 Body Belts, 2 -. Housewives, 1 1 6 Warm Fleecy or Merino Tests and Pants, 2/6 GOODS CARRIAG
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
SUCCESS IN MUSIC.

SUCCESS IN MUSIC.

Al a rtcent examination held in Liverpool, MM. F. Gwen Davies, daughter of Mr. Ivor Davies, Chief Constabk-, pa-t.ed the Advanced tirade of the Local Centre Examinations in Pianoforte Playing, and is now en• titled to the Special Certificate of the As. .4 - ...-isted Board of th
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
WELSH IN WALES. Action by the Hoard of Education.

WELSH IN WALES. Action by the Hoard of Education.

letter indivativg that the Board of Education intend to insist on the Welsh language being taught in secondary s, hook in the Principality, local go‘crnora desire it or not, was read at • in:cling of the BAngor local governing body. The Beard in their letter stated that before a
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
An Anzac Duel. Story of a Colonial's Mad Daring.

An Anzac Duel. Story of a Colonial's Mad Daring.

Captain C. E. Bean. represents. The Au-tralian forces in the in a dcspatch, sa• •• - Ton occasionally come aertew men - of timidly-daring sort of whom any story might be true. For example, WM) two months ago an eflicer was going along his seetion of 'tr.siott when he found a man
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
WELSH MEMBER GOES EAST.

WELSH MEMBER GOES EAST.

Mr. Edgar Jon, M.P., writes to his eon. ttituents at Merthyr Tythil to the effect that he is on his way to Alexandria and Mudros, and that he are.pted his present position so hurriedly that be had no time to bid them farewell. Mr. Tennant announce(' in the Houwe of Commons on De
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
J. PARKER JONES, HOUSE FURNISHER AND UPHOLSTERER. •CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY FOR ALL KINDS OF Furniture, Carpets. Floorcloths and

J. PARKER JONES, HOUSE FURNISHER AND UPHOLSTERER. •CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY FOR ALL KINDS OF Furniture, Carpets. Floorcloths and

Linoleums, Bedsteads and Bedding, Bassinettes, Gocarts, Wringing Machines, ikc.
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
THE DEMAND FOR LADY TYPISTS FAR EXCEEDS THE SUPPLY. We hate prepared a short IN TY PEW RIT !NG, and

THE DEMAND FOR LADY TYPISTS FAR EXCEEDS THE SUPPLY. We hate prepared a short IN TY PEW RIT !NG, and

arrangements have been made for a machine to be at the tlispo , al of each pupil during attendance. When cempetent, intanee will be given in obtaining a remunerative position. 11:or further part• •tilare apply - Newgate Typewriting School. IS, NEM:ATE STREET, CHESTER. Class . .
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
E. BELLIS & CO., Coachbullders. Rail Cara, Governess Cars, Every description of Vehicle built to order. MOTORS RF.-PAINTED AND RE-UPHOLSTERED.

E. BELLIS & CO., Coachbullders. Rail Cara, Governess Cars, Every description of Vehicle built to order. MOTORS RF.-PAINTED AND RE-UPHOLSTERED.

RUBBER TYRING TIIE PREMISES. REPAIRS IN EVERY BRANCH. ESTIMATES FREE. Chester Street Railway Bridge, MOLD.
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
THRIFTY CHILDREN. Accumulated Savings Invested in War Loan.

THRIFTY CHILDREN. Accumulated Savings Invested in War Loan.

The Irlintshire Edtvation Committee lately decided that banks be formed in the day , •chools to encourage thrift among the children. An excellent example is that of Carlisle, which the schools of Flintshire may emulate. It would be far better that children should invest their co
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
CHRIST CHMICH.

CHRIST CHMICH.

The Chri-tnias services at Christ Church were commenced with early celebrations. English service was held in the morning, and Welsh in the evening, wh.m carols were rendered by the choir under the direetion of Mr. W. Nuttall, organist. The vicar (Rev. W. Vaughan Jones) officiate
December 30, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales