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The Late Mr, W. H. Williams,I…

I I Victory National EisteddfocL

IShropshire War Memorial.…

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I WREXH AM [The local office of the 'Border Goimtles Advertiser"- is at Border Press Egerton Street, where all com- munications should be addressed lo Mr. a. G. lorry, loea) reprfasentwive. BELLRINGING.—On Sunday for evening service at the Parish Church a quarter peal Stedman Tripfes—1,260 changes in 49 minutes were rung by the following:—Alfred Lea, junr., treble H. Moore, senr., 2nd; Thos. Cathrall, 3rd; W. M. Jones, verger, 4th; Moore, junr., 5th; Ed. Rowland, 6th; Atfred Lea, senr., 7th; L. Capper, tenor; conductor, H. Moore, junr. OBITUARY.—The death of Mr. Jno. Jones, of 56, Erdigg Road, Wrexham, is reported at the age of 66. Mr. Jones was the late master tailor at the Union, for 24 years. He leaves a sou and two daughters with whom much sympathy is felt. Mr. John Lewis, of 2: Trinity St., Rhostyllen, died at the age of 69 years. Mr. Lewis was for many years official at the Wrexham and Acton Collieries. MISSING. Pte. Allen Williams, 44309, C Co., 9th Bn,, R.W.F., a signaller ut tached to the 19th Division Headquarters has been missing since March 21, 1918. He fets last. seen attempting to reach his compaiy under heavy shell fire. He was first reported as having been taken prisoner, but was later reported missing. Mr. and Mrs. T. Williams, his parents, live at Pear Cottage, Rhostyllen, Wrexham. THE PUBLIC LIGHTING. A corres- pondent writes: "Surely it is time public attention was called to the very unsatisfactory character of the street lighting of the town. Now that the war is practically over, some steps should be taken to improve existing ;on ditions. No doubt the Corporation author- ities have many difficulties to contend with m restoring the street lights, but in view of th« number of men passing between the G.W.R. station and the R.W. barracks, it would be an excellent thing if thoroughfares connect- ing these two points were properly illuminated ¡'until midnight." LLANDYSILIO. 11 VICTORY DANCE. A very successful victory dance took place in the Village Hall on Thursday, when about 150 were present, in aid of St. Dunstan's Hostel. The follow- ing were the committee: Mrs. PritchaH, Carnbwll; Mrs. Lewis, Cae Hen; Miss Ed- wards, Haughton; Mrs. Pritchard, Rhos Farm; Mrs. Pritchard, Rhysnant; Mrs. Downes, Haughton; Mrs. J., D. Rogers, The Downea, Miss Ethel I?oyd, Hafod Otfa; MHS Grove; Pritchard, Haimwood; Mrs. Sockett, Hamp- ton House Mrs. Wilde, Rhandregunwvn with Miss H. Downes as secretary. The M.C.'s were Mr. Edwards, City House, in J Mr. R. Davies, Plas Foxen. w Printed and published by WILLIAM THOMAS, of Wrex- ham, and CHARLES PRNRJJYN GA SQUOINE, ot Oswestry, under the style of WooDALL, MMSHALL, THOMAS A. Co., at the Caxton Press, Oswestry, and on sale, every Friday morning at the Advertiser Offics, Castle Street, Llangollen, and of all newsagents. All advertisements and communications are re- .auested to be addresrcd to the Advertiser" Offic*, Llangollen, or to the Caxtori Press, Osvreotrj, FRIBAY. MARCH 7. me

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