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ma WAR us' • P A U ST I Z AND SECURE MORE --•-- ALUM •• a 1.040. IMITIE NMI

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February 25, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
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i in „ g o = w ,, Eastgate St. CHESTER : , H SHAW&Co•, . * I , 4 1411-hes, Cue...ry. Enamel Ware. Galvanized 1;...x1a Toole of all ki0,14. 3 + 4 . A:1 Alibis at Switb's Work. Wages Itepeired. De& Fitted. Leas Riviera& & 4. 1 1 idephone 445. A 5,1 t. fur ' , mewed, Topis. Designs
February 25, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
Flintshire Education Committee ' WA\ In)._ Ccrtifi,at , tl Avii•tant .r the Flint Council Nlized CM, rising to C.IZ; Wonted.

Flintshire Education Committee ' WA\ In)._ Ccrtifi,at , tl Avii•tant .r the Flint Council Nlized CM, rising to C.IZ; Wonted.

tn. reiing to £l*-0 per annum. Alen Ccrtitliated Avoi•tant *sirens for the ljtsa Connell Infante School. Salary. 'trained. £7O, Tilting to £100; to. trained. ri.iing to /SS per annum. Also Uncettifwateil Tescher• for the Briorythto. , . flaElll. Rhoseettior, anti Presta• C. g. s
February 25, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
Tel 437 STARKS 91, 93, 95, Foregate St., CHESTER, Special Spring Show of MILLINERY. Smart and Useful HATS, TO SUIT

Tel 437 STARKS 91, 93, 95, Foregate St., CHESTER, Special Spring Show of MILLINERY. Smart and Useful HATS, TO SUIT

EVERYBODY. Special attention Given to our Mourning Department. New G3cd3 Every Week in all DEPARTMENTS. Foregate St., CHESTER.
February 25, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
aest Novelties and Fashions

aest Novelties and Fashions

are displayed in our various Departments. See Windows. :INSPECTION INVITED. '
December 2, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
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DAVID ROBERTS, bailie Host HOLYWELL. Corder & Leather Merchaat, Saddler. Maness Maker & Upholsterer. ESTABLISHED SO YEARS. Competent Workmen kept on the preniteel, Rapairs a/ all FRED. STATIONER and MORR IS, BOOKSELLER, "Observer" Shop, High Street, HOLYWELL.
December 2, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
THE GILCHRIST LECTURES.

THE GILCHRIST LECTURES.

Prof. Cos lectured on "The oolourr uf • soap bubble" at the Town Hall on Tuesday week. The event Wal in connection with the Giklrist lectures, and sag in substitution of the lecture the late Prof. Lewes purposed delivering when ho was stricken with pneumonia and died at the Hafo
December 2, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
CHURCH SALE OF WORK.

CHURCH SALE OF WORK.

The dale of work at the Town in aid of the Adsistant Clergy Fund eonnewted with Ifolywell Parish Church and Holy Trinity Church, Greenfield, was held on Wednesday afternoon and evening, • detailed report of which will appear in our next issue.
December 2, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
CONNAH'S QUAY AND SHOTTON. TIIE BRoTHERIIooD AND THE V.T.C.

CONNAH'S QUAY AND SHOTTON. TIIE BRoTHERIIooD AND THE V.T.C.

A popular meeting was held in the Palace (by kitid permission of Mr. Jlll.. Jones) last Sunday, when the occasion was taken advantage of for the Connab's Quey and Shotton company of the Volunteer Training Corps to have their first church parade. The Lord• Lieutenant of Flint/hir
December 2, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales
 
ENTERTAINMENT.

ENTERTAINMENT.

A succe.wful and enjoyable entertainment was given in the schoolroom on Tuesday week. The entertainment was provided by Mr. Arthur Price, a former reMdent of Northop, wit ebrought from Liverpool the various enteitainers. The recitals by Prof. T. Forbes Garlick were the chief ite
December 2, 1915 - Flintshire Observer - Holywell, Flintshire, Wales