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ENGAGEMENT.

ENGAGEMENT.

l'he marriage arranged between Hubert Royds Tidswell, only child of the late Alfred Phillips Tidwell and llra. Titteswell, of Castletoii, Rhyl, Mildred My fanny Kelly, younger daughter of the late Thomas "thelwell Kelly, of Bryn Cuch, Mold, and Mrs. Kelly, of Ty ("VII, 'thy!, wi
January 30, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
TERRID ,RIAL ORDERS.

TERRID ,RIAL ORDERS.

•• (..nspany iIt.W.F.) Orders for ending mit February . . 1913. Orderly Sergt., X. Wadsworth; Orderly Corporal, Corp!. H. Jones. The following is the Diary of parades 7,311 p.m., Recruits Lecture; 8 p.m. ti Leeturc; Tuesday: 7 p.m., Miniature Rifle Competition; Wednesday: 730 p.
January 30, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
e)V TIIE i/I,4TRICT.

e)V TIIE i/I,4TRICT.

e)V i/I,4TRICT. C.rrs pnndiug Iteerttael rep.r.vd up...s tin- tnrenber..htp .4 tbe During th.• par mod of dir hid lIM res.e.l, «•10% . thallt %CI? ...aderably hi, of nest adentted ••• I• 1, and with "-2 it. teeently• L. 1.1) Vemal• the 1.45.1 211 1 lir their.... steal ber.hap o.i
January 30, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
arrEcT lIF FALLINU CoNSuLS.

arrEcT lIF FALLINU CoNSuLS.

The Esatainer L... 4... honks. Mr. J. C. Hashes, i.-p,rtell upon the of Lodge boot.. those had be the easefully ai. ly kept. In regard to said they sopurieueed the anung to the is the value et consols. The lodge t. 2.101 invested in sousols, and had Leen by tint Unity Artuary to
January 30, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
Midden Identity. It ‘NICEIrs RELATIVE AS REGOAR.

Midden Identity. It ‘NICEIrs RELATIVE AS REGOAR.

Midden Identity. It RELATIVE AS REGOAR. A strange *tory of • beggar's .lose relation-41111 to a wealth, Berlin banker was told by the p.lice In a h..e. Ittehard Le% in .its. aged shirt, , san, ,ha rged ait Is begging. I. • man of pleasing ro.pect. his shabby clothing. denied the
January 30, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
May I you a Compliment- EB B S ary of - Egg.. There • no charge and I pmdaste. Mt%

May I you a Compliment- EB B S ary of - Egg.. There • no charge and I pmdaste. Mt%

little i• ttnclung England how raipe Vggi: the year round-not 1. , easily when GIVE N the to OSIL3I olit Sot hi at hi. heal. It champions the hen keeping, 3 COO, and profitable alike to the city man or country AWAY 1 dueller. neol new•y and urkeinal hen viper if you want to a si
January 30, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
is a significant and important event for the true Economist. It is a sweeping dispersal of up-to-date stocks of seasonable

is a significant and important event for the true Economist. It is a sweeping dispersal of up-to-date stocks of seasonable

merchandise which comprises not merely the Newest Fashion Goods of every kind, but a variety of things for household and general service. It is a Sale which must appeal strongly to all who want to save money both on immediate needs and needs of the near future. How do the follow
January 30, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
DIVIIRSIFIED EXCITEMENTS

DIVIIRSIFIED EXCITEMENTS

Its out been confined to home. He kas I spent much of his life abroad. sad his adventure.. bate been spread over orosy. South Africa. and the Argentine. But alth..cgh the variety of his experiences certainly to the agreeableness of his book, it is not so /such what he has done a
February 27, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
Woman's Realm. WHAT SHE WEARS.

Woman's Realm. WHAT SHE WEARS.

A most enthusiastic welcome cannot fail to be given to the new materials of the coming oeason (sass " Weldon's Lsdy's Journal"), for the voiles are simply lovely, and the new cotton fabrics most unique and varied. The colours are soft blues, dull soft reds. almond green, deep cr
February 27, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
WHY Mg DEBT INCRZAHHD.

WHY Mg DEBT INCRZAHHD.

Mg DEBT INCRZAHHD. brought up was that the county debt bed bee. increased by a large' amount. Ho had got the figures. In March, 1910, the debt outstanding was C 109.000, and in March, 11114 it would be £137.000. The main atm of that increase we. money that hail beat borrowed for
February 27, 1913 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales