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FLINT. An Acceptable Cift. A South Wales daily paper states: "The Rev William Nicholas, the rector of Flint, has presen- ted a field at Penygroes, Fishguard, to the Vicar and Churchwardens for a cemetery, in memory of his father, who was churchwarden for 25 years at Fishguard." The Dead Warriors. On Monday. Flint townspeople, under the presi- dency of the Mayor, decided upon a memorial of two FlintVolunteers, a Militiaman and a Reservist, who died in South Africa, and of the services of returned heroes. Thirty-four pounds were sub- scribed in the room, f20 by Major Dyson. Probable Municipal Contest. The four retiring members of the Flint Town Council are Major Dyson, Messrs E J Hughes, R F Harrison, and E A Hughes, all of whom have been re-nominated. The following new candidates have also been nominated John T Bowen, Hugh ,Jones and Robt Price. Messrs H Jones and Robt Price have since withdrawn their nominations, leaving five candidates for four seats.

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