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L Holywell Special Sessions.I

---HOLYWELL LOCAL BOARD.

THE CHRISTMAS TREE.

HOLYWELL IMPROVEMENTS!

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We cznnot hold ourselves responsible for the opiniolls of our Correspondents. HOLYWELL IMPROVEMENTS! To the Editor of the Flintshire Observer." SIR,âOn Sunday evening last. I left my home for Holywell Church on my way up as far as the Top Factory the road was well lighted with gas, from thence to the Church I had to feel my way through the dark, as not one of the Holywell lamps was lighted This was rather severely commented upon, and many asked if the non-lighting was one of the Holywell Improvements. If it is, sooner the better the Local Board is reformed. Does not the Local Board by this system of not lighting the lamps on certain nights,â leaving the streets in total darkness at a time when every person is supposed to have left his home for his place of worship,âexpose those houses to be entered into by burglars ? It is, I fear, a lead to temptation," and if Holywell be so unfortunate as to have any burglars, I hope their first visit will be to one of the Commissioners' houses, to teach them that public requirements are more desirable to party bickerings! I am, Sir, yours obediently, Greenfield, 30th Dec., 1863. A. HOlyWeH.-WESLEYAN TEA PAKTF.âThis annual gathering was held on Christmas day, at the large room of the Eing|s Arms Hotel. In the evening n concert wes given in the.chapel by the choir, con- d ctrd by Mr. Wiiliamp (Ab Alaw). Mr. Bandies pre- sided at the Harmonium. The proceeds were devoted to the Sunday School Clothing Club.

HOLYWELL BOARD OF GUARDIANS,…

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TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.

THE PAST YEAR.

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