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.FLINTSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS.

HOLY WELL.

HOLYWELL.

HOLYWELL BOARD OF GUARDIANS,…

I * .Holywell Petty Sessions

—10 FLINT PARISH CHURCH.

Family Notices

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HOLYWELL LOCAL BOARD.

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-0- WE would beg to call the attention of our Holywell readers to another communication from the pen of "A. B," as specially deserving of their notice, and we would wish our correspondents generally would treat matters so temperately, and dispassionately. We regret that the effusions of another correspondentâ"An DId Inhabitant,"âalso in our to-day's paper, should be so widely different in temperament and respectful bearing to that of "A. B.'s." Alas! "An Old Inhabitant" would have the world believe that those who differ with him arc sworn desciples of John Barleycorn,âa pretty compliment to come .from an old inhabitant. An old inhabitant too states that "from the top of Well street to opposite the National Bank you have only a grocer's, a tallow chandler's, and 'a provision shop." Surely he will not ignore the existeure and respectability of a stationer's shop, three ironmongers' shops, three drapers' shops, two confectioners' shops, and other establishments which are, surely, as important as the watchmaker's shop situate, as "An Old lnllabitant" remarks, at the top of the town. "An Old Inhabitant" appGllS to labour under the impression that grocer" shops are the all important business establishments, and where they arc there should be the Market. We fear An Old Inhabitant's views on this head will not be generally entertained. Holywell.-Tlie half-yearly rent audit of the Downing Estates took plai'c on Tuesday week. In consequence of the indisposition of the respected agent, Edward Jones, Esq,, Pendre' House, he was unable to attend at'the Old Antelope Inn as usual, and the rents were received at his office. After the business was over the tenantry adjourned to the Inn. where a substantial dinner was provided. The chair was occu- pied by Mr. John S. Smalley, and after the usual loyal and patriotic toasts had been disposed of, the Chairman remarked that that was the first time Mr. Jones had been absent from the chair for eighty rent audits. _â

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