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Sale by Mr. William Freeman. HOLYWELL AND BAGILLT. Sale of FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD HOUSES and FREEHOLD LAND. MR. WM. FREEMAN HAS received instructions from the Trustee of <t the Estate of the late Mrs. ELIZABETH DAVIBS, Panton Plaoe, Holywell, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the ASSEMBLY HALL, HOLYWELL, On FRIDAY, the 18th day of JUNE, 1897, At 4 o'olook p.m. prompt, subject to conditions to be then and there produced, the undermentioned valuable PROPERTY, in the following Lots or such other Lots as may be deoided upon at the time of Sale. LOT 1. All those FIVE LEASEHOLD COTTAGES situate in Summer Hill, Holywell, now in the occupation of Sergeant Davies, Edward Jones, John Roberts, Mrs. Roberts and William Edwards. The above Premises are held under a Lease from the Earl of Denbigh which expires on the 2nd day of March, 1912, at a ground rent of S3 3s. Od. per annum. These premises are let at a gross annual rental of JE33 7s. Od. A copy of the Lease under which the premises are held may be seen at the Office of the Vendor's Solicitors, during Office hours, at any time before the Sale, and will be produced at the Sale. LOT 2. All those TWO FREEHOLD COTTAGES and GARDENS situate in Gadlys Lane, Bagillt, in the County of Flint, now in th occupation of Edwin Roberts and Llewellyn Foulke9. These premises are let at gross rentals of j66 Is. 4d. each. LOT 3. All that FREEHOLD FIELD, Piece or Parcel of LAND, comprising 4a. Or. 6p. or thereabouts, known as "Coetia Oohyr" situate near New Brighton, Bagillt, aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mrs. Bagshaw, at a net annual rental of J612. The Mines and Minerals under this Lot are reserved. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctionebb, Holywell, or from Messrs. HUGBES AND HTOHBS, Solicitors, Flint. THE QUEEN'S DIAMOND JUBILEE AT a Public Meeting held at the Assembly Hall, Holywell, on the 22nd day of Maroh, 1897, James Williams, Esq., Chairman of the Holywell Urban District Council, presiding, it was unani- mously resolved that TUESDAY, the 22nd day of Junb next, be observed as a General Holiday within the Holywell Urban District and the Townahip of Greenfield, and that Subscriptions be invited for giving all School Children and the aged Poor within that district a treat in honor of the attain- ment of the sixtieth year of the reign of Her Most Graoious Majesty the Queen. Subscriptions for that obj eot will be received at the National Provincial and North and South Wales Banks, at Holywell. The following subscriptions have already been promised £ s. d. Amount already announced, .104 12 0 Mr Samuel Davies, J.P., Ivy House, Greenfield 1 l 0 Mr P, Harding Roberts, The Grove, Holy- well. 1 1 0 Mr D. Wright, Bagillt Road, 0 2 6 Total to date £ 106 16 6 LADIES AND GENTLEMEN willing to asBiet in CABVING and Waiting at the Tea given to the Aged Poor on Jubilee Day, are requested kindly to send in their names to the SECBETABY, at the Town Offices, High Street. The Committee will sit at the Town Offioea, at Two p.m., on Saturday next, the 19th iust., to receive applications for Tea Tiokets from any aged poor who may by oversight not have been included in the invitations sent out. FOR FLINTSHIRE DISPENSARY IMPROVEMENT FUND. Mrs Johnson Jones, Pystill 10 0 0 Mr J. Kerfoot Evans, Victoria Mills. 5 0 0 Me J Prys Eyton, Coed Mawr 110 Mr T J Grierson, Plas yn morfa o 1 1 0 Mrs Jones, Talacro Awms 110 Rev Hugh Roberts, The Poplars 1 0 5 0 Mr Ed ward Jones, Ship inn 0 6 0 S. L. RBVIS, Honorary Treasurer, North and South Wales Bank Holywell. ROBBBT THOMAS, Honorary Secretary, Bryn Offa, Holywell. THE Queen's Diamond Jubilee. BRYNFORD. AT a PUBLIC MEETING held at the NATIONAL SCHOOL, BRYNFORD, on the 26th day of APBIL, "It was unanimously agreed that a Stained Glass Window be placed in the Church, in Memory of the late Reotor, the Rev David Jones, he having faithfully served the Parish of Brynford for over 43 years." Subscriptions will be thankfully received by W. JOBBB, Brynford Rectory, Holywell j and E. B. Mabsdbn, National Provinoial Bank, Holywell, Hon. Treasurers. £ s. d. Amount already announced. 17 5 6 Mrs Gould, Ferndale, Holywell I 1 0 Mr John Jones. Brynford I 0 10 6 Mr John Smith, Penypyllau 0 10 6 A few Friends will give a Treat to all the Sohool Children; and Mr Trevor J. D. Jones, Pietill, will give Souvenir Medals. Hon. Secretary:— RICHARD JONES, Sohool House, Brynford, Holywell. jYSCEIFIOG NATIONAL SCHOOL. JYYH7 ANTED IMMEDIATELY for Mixed School MY ASSISTANT MISTRESS (Art. 68), Ao assist master generally in teaohing. Slight I knowledge of Kindergarten neoessary. Charge of sewing. Salary, j635 a year.—Address, with recent testimonials, RHCTQB, Ysceifiog, Holywell. TT T ANTED in a family of three, strong I Yf GENERAL SERVANT. References muBt be good.—Apply, stating wages, age, &o., to CLisRoy- MAN, "Observer" Offioe. |j I OST from Gorsedd Farm, near Holvwell, a /XJ White SOW.—Information that may" lead to its recovery will be gratefully reoeived by John MOBBIS, al the Farm, —Ttl" ^O BE SOLD—about 20 tons of last rXX. year s RYE-GRASS AND CLOVER, well- harvested. Apply, BAILIFF, Saithaelwyd, Holy. well. -TT O k.-EJ T-—MOWA HOTJSB," GREENFIELD— _L Containing drawing and dining rooms, kitohen, baok kitohen, good oellar and f0Ur bedrooms, together with out-housesand good garden Annlv lo Mrs DYKINS, Pendre, Holywell. HTo BE LET—A BEERHOUSE, in Battfllt • JL also a fully-licensed PUBLICHOTJSE, in Flint.—Apply to Kelstbbton BBBWBBY 00. LD. rpo BE LET, with immediate poese^ on, a large JL YARD, occupying a pr oJ fc'T;?1 7t'r,n 'n Holywell, admirably .■ ipted for i-c buoinofs of a coal dealer or ge&i rU merchant, ""Apply, THQJIAS HUGHES,joiner and builder, Holywell. coal dealer or gf)L(rl merchant. -Apply, THQJIAS HUGHES,joiner and builder, Holywell. t OUNTY COUNCIL ELECTION BRYNFORD DIVISION. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF BRYNFORD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-As a vacancy has ooourred in your representation on the Flintehire County Council, I beg to offer myself as a Candidate for the vacant seat. As an employer of labour and property owner in your Division, it would, if I am returned, be my utmost endeavour to promote and support all measures to the interest of Brynford. Respectfully soliciting your vote and support. I am, Your obedient servant, JOHN E. JONES. Victoria Buildings, Holy well. LINTSHIRF, COUNTY COUNCIL. FLINTSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BRYNFORD DIVISION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. A vacancy JJ having ooourred in your representation on the County Coanoil, I beg respectfully to offer myself as a Candidate for the position. Being a Ratepayer and Resident in your Division my interests are identioal with your own, and you may rely upon my devoting my best energies to further every movement oaloulatad to promote the interest and well-being of the inhabitants of the County in general and of Brynford in partioular. Soliciting your Vote and Support, I am, XIABIBS AND GBNTLEXBK, Your obedient Servant, SAMUEL JONES. Ashfield House, Milwr, June 17th, 1897. A. FLINTSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL TO THE ELECTORS OF THE BRYNFORD DIVISION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, A'. vacancy having occurred in the representation of Bryn- ford on the above Council, at the request of several Ratepayers, and being largely interested in the Division, I beg to offer myself as a Candidate for the vacant seat. If eleoted, I shall be prepared, so far as I am able, to initiate and support all measures calculated to improve the commercial and social welfare of the district. Submitting my candidature to your favourable consideration. I am, Your obedient Servant, JOHN PHILIP JONES Pendre Cottage, Holywell, 16th June, 1897. J SECOND ANNUAL "EBENEZER" EISTEDDFOD WILL DB HELD AT BAGILLT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IITH, 1897. LIST OF SUBJECTS. BRASS BAND CONTESTS, (Under North Wales Brass Band Association Rules) 1.—For the best rendering of Gems of Victorian Melodies" (Round). First prixa-lo Guineas. Consisting of L5 5s. Ode in oash, and a B flat Cornet, Exoelsior Cla" A Quality, No. 2 Model, Triple Silver Plated, Engraved, and with Gold Points, fitted complete in handsome Brown Leather Case, lined with plush value, a 14s. Gd; and a Silver Medal for the Bandmaster, presented by Messrs Boosey and Co., 295, Regent St., London, W. 2nd prize, 94; 3rd prize, Al. 2.—For the best played Maroh "Diotator" (Round), on the day of the Eisteddfod. Prize, f, I Is. a.-Mixed Choir Contest (not to execed 30 in number). Test pieoe-u Enaid ou, mae dyfroedd oerion," (Iialaw). Prise, £ 1, and a handsome Eleotro Silver Prise Cnp, lOiaohes high. (Presented by Messrs Crane and Sons, Liverpool). 4—Juvenile Choir Contest. Min. 24, Max. 30. Priae A2 2s., and a set of Silver mounted Carvers for the Conductor. 6.—String Quartett, Mozart in D Minor." Prise, 4 Oarrodus' Violin and Bow in case, value ;£10 10s. (Presented by Messrs Haynes and Co., Limited). 6.—Euphonium Solo- The Challenge (Round) Prise, A handsome Gold Medal. (Presented by Messrs Joseph Higham, Limited, Manchester). Programmes now ready, and can be had on applioation to the Eisteddfod Ssoretaries, Bagillt. HOLYWELL UNION. CONTRACTS FOB PROVISIONS, &c. ALL Persons desirous of Contracting with the Guardians of this Union, for supplying the Workhouse, for the Quarter ending at Miohaelmas, 1897, with Breaa, Flour, Meat* (the meat must be delivered as follows,& side of a beast one week, and half of a side (fore and hind alternately) every altsrnate week); Grocery, Cheese, Butter, Riot, Peas, Oatmeal, Soap, Candles, Coals, and other Artioles are requested to deliver in sealed Tenders with samples of such Artioles as can be given in plain paper, with the prioes only marked on them at the Board-room in the Workhouse, near Holywell, on Friday Morn- ing, the 25th day of June instant, between the hours of 9 and It o'clock to the Clerk. And all persons desirous of Contracting with the Guardians for supplying Coffins, with IItt", or coots plates, and Shrouds (to be delivered free of expense to the Union at such times and in such quantities as the Board may require); and also for supplying the Workhouse with Shon and Oloqo, as follows, via. Men's Shoes, ditto Clogs. Women's Shoes, ditto Clogs. Children's Shoes, ditto Clogs from I to 8 years of age. Ditto Shoes, ditto Clogs from 8 to 12 years of age. Youths' (Male and Female) shoes, ditto Clogs from 12 to 16 years of age. are requested to deliver in sealed Tenders (with samples) as above stated. or Unaccepted samples of Shoes and Clogs will be returned. Security may be required for the due performance of the Contracts. It is oompetent for any Person to Tender for any of the Articles separately; but the Guardians do -not pledge themselves to aooept the lowest or any Tender. The Guardians will be prepared to pay the Butcher's Bill fortnightly—on the Board-day next following the date of the delivery of the Meat in the Workhouse, should the Contractor wish it for his convenience. Forms of Tender may be had on applying to me at the Beard-room in the Workhouse. It is particularly requested that Tenders be sent in within the time specified above, as those sent in after TEN o'clock on FRIDAY MORNING will not be entertained. P. HARDING ROBERTS, Board-room, H^wST* *° Qt,i,,>U,re- llth June, 1897. W A. M. D. G. THE FEAST OF ST. WINEFRIDE, V.M., WILL BE SOLEMNLY KBPT THIS YBAR, AT HOLYWELL, ON SUNDAY, JUNE 27TH. HIGH MASS AT ELEVEN O'OLOOK. Proctssion and Solemn Benediction at 7 p„m. St. Winefride, most admirable Virgin, even in this unbelieving generation still miraoulous-Prav for HOLYWELL ROSE FESTIVAL AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY, 1897. ENORMOUS ATTRACTIONS! INTERESTING NOVELTIES! UNIQUE CONTESTS! The arrangements for this popular Festival are now being made. Fall particulars will shortly be announced. THOS. C. GBIFFITHS, Seoretary. r WIMIIAHT FREEMAN, Treasurer. I' THE "OBSERVER" II DIAMOND JUBILEE SUPPLEMENT. With the next issue of the "FLINTSHIRE OBSERVER" will be Presented an ILLUSTRATED SUPPLEMENT Descriptive of the Sixty Years Glorious Reign of Her Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria. Subscribers should see that a Supplement accom- panies each copy of the Observer,"



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