Campbell & LUMBY, WEDDING RING MAKERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEWELLERS. â ittly Direct from the Makers and Save 7/6 in the Pound. LINGER SIIlE CARD ON APPLICATION. LD POST OFFICE PLACE LIVERPOOL (OFF CHURCH. ST.)
1393 CLARETS. 1893 was one of the finest Claret Vintages of late years. The yield was enormous-and the wines were exceptionally cheap. Cru de Lacombe-Durand, Pomerol 19/- per doz. Chateau Larroque, St. Emilion 22/- Chateau Mouton d' Armailhacq. 24/- â *Chateau Duhart-Milon 40/- â *Chateau Branaire Ducru 48/- â Chateau Lafite (corks branded). 60jA tt Bottled at the Chateau. Carriage paid. 5 per cent. discount for cash. THOS. WELSBY & CO. WINE MERCHANTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER.
Jiufrltc gtootmcemetttg. 1\Â¡f- THE JJJELSTER Q.LEE SINGERS MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. The above Famous Glee Party will give their '0 AUTUMN CONCERT FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, OCT. 26, 1900, AT EIGHT CLOCK. They will be assisted during the evening by HELEN TRUST .(Soprano), MADAME FRICKENHAUS (Piano), and Miss NADIA SYLVA (Solo Violinist). -Programmes and Tickets at PHILLIPSON and ODER'S. I^J^JNSSION:âReserved Seats, 3/6; West Gallery 4 Second Seats, 2/6; Side Galleries and Back 1/6 Upper GaUery, 1/ open at 7-30. Carriages at 10. LIPSON and GOLDEB, Eastgate Row. CHESHIRE DAIRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. THE GREAT Annual DAIRY QHOW WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31ST & NOVEMBER IBT, 1900, it.. IN THE MARKET HALL, NANTWICH. O^TRKS CLOSE on SATURDAY NEXT, 27TH. ^ists may be had from, and Entries made Mr. T. PAKSOXAGE, of High-street, Nant- 11 > and the Secretary, ROBERT CHALLINOR, St. Oswald's Buildings, Chester. CHESTER FANCIERS' ASSOCIATION. THE NINTH 'GRAND ANNUAL SHOW J/ OF UOGS, CATS, POULTRY, AND PIGEONS WILL BE HELD IN THE FÂ°HJNTEER DRILL HALL, CHESTER, ON 14TH AND 15TH NOVEMBER. ^TRIES CLOSE 7TH NOVEMBER. Schedules from 6 EDWARD ANDREWS, Secretary. ^Newgate-street, Chester. lIoOTON PARK, OCTOBER 26TH AND 27TH. FIRST DAY. HOOTON PARK AUTUMN STEEPLECHASE OF 500 BOVS. SECOND DAT. VEEAT STOCKWELL HURDLE RACE OF 500 sovs. ST RACE 1.15 FRIDAY, ONE O'CLOCK P.M. SATURDAY. CARRIAGES. JjJBe-horse Vehicle, four persons 5/- p^o-horse Vehicle, six persons 10/- vÂ°ach and Four, 12 persons 20/â Special Trains will be advertised. IStmcattonal. >w Seven can sing, one can speak."âGerman proverb. RECITATION, SPEAKING, GESTURE, READING. MR. W. H. WATSON y-jcturer on Elocution, under Bootle School Board) Chester, Wednesdays. Four Private Lessons *tte J' ^en *n Class 10s. 6d. Sohools Recitals. Literary Societies. Pupils e<^ Park-view, The Bars and at Richard- w 8< Bridge-street Row, from whom prospectuses be obtained. Wf' WATSON is a reciter gifted with dramatio action *â¢ jLteÂ«n intelligence. The varied types of character in Merchant of Venice" were vividly portrayed by v. talented elocutionist.â" Liverpool Mercury," 31st jO*1. 1903. and interesting, the several characters being differentiated.â" Liverpool Post," April 2,1900. versatility and effective elocution.â"Liverpool 7cury,Â» 13th October, 1900. ESS: 24, CANNING-ST., LIVERPOOL. ATLSS GORDON NUNN, Violiniste (pupil at of Mons. L. G6rski, of Paris). -tA 113FJ FLORENCE NUNN, 'Cellist (pupil of err Hugo Becker), visits Chester Wednesdays. fttar JESSIE NUNN gives Lessons in Singing IJ laQ method), first study also Pianoforte. for lessons, ensemble classes, address ^5LANDS, Fallowfield, Manchester. TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON. CHESTER CENTRE. Vfhe LOCAL EXAMINATIONS in MUSIC will, i^uture, be held only once a year, instead of "yearly. The next Practical will take place in *eek commencing 25th March, 1901. *Â°OD Secretary â¢. Mr. W. B. BRIERLET, Hilbre- West Kirby, from whom the current Regula- e^jnay be obtained. A TLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY (Fire and Life). Established 1808. Claims over Â£ 14,000,000. Unconditional and Whole Ãold Life Policies with Large Bonuses. Dis- J^ted Bonus Assurances. applications for Agencies invited. J. WILBERFORCE MARSDEN, Branch Manager, 9, Tithebarn-street, Liverpool. CFIE8TER UNITED GAS COMPANY. INCANDESCENT GAS BURNERS. IIP- Company have now on view in their Show K* Room the New Patterns of Incandescent *h!fIler, also a selection of New Shades, Globes, oovel Self lighting arrangements for Incan- or Ordinary Burners. y means of the latest improvements and re- "ico P"ceÂ» Incandescent Gas Burners can be Â»it^Bfully used in all situations, and are brought thila the reach of all Gatf consumers. GAS FIRES. Company have now a large stock of GAS HEATING STOVES, Eluding the Latest Patterns for all positions in SHOPS, OFFICES AND RESIDENCES. BEDROOM FIRES, With Boiling Burners attached. COOKERS AND OTHER APPARATUS CAN ALSO BE SEBN. ti^V^her particulars can be obtained on applica- J^J.aod Fitters will be sent free of charge to liÂ«pL??Oe and advise Consumers upon improved and the adoption of Cooking or Heating ESTIMATES FRIB. ââ ^8 OFFICES AND SHOW ROOM, CUPPIN STREET. v- By SPiSC1,LL To,H.R.H.THIN APPOINTMENII PRTNCB OF WALICS. W. & F. BROWN & Co., CABINET MAKERS A UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. TTOUSE AGENTS. PROPRIETORS OF WAREHOUSES FOR STORING v V FURNITURE. VANS FOR REMOVING FURNITURE. Low PRICE AND RATES. UbIit Notice*. THE HOME-COMING OF HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER. THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR JL (Mr. Alderman H. T. BROWN) respectfully invites those of his Fellow-Citizens who are desirous of co-operating, to meet him and the members of the Town Council, at the TOWN HALL, on THURSDAY, the 25th October instant, at 4 p.m., to form Committees and organise arrangements. SAML. SMITH, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Chester, 18th October, 1900. HE ROYAL ALBERT ASYLUM for Idiots and Imbeciles of the Northern Counties, Lancaster. (Under the patronage of Her Majesty the Queen). The GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the ROYAL ALBERT ASYLUM will be held at the TOWN HALL, DURHAM, on TUESDAY AFTER- NOON, October 30th, 1900, at Half-past Two o'clock. The REV. CANON TRISTRAM, LL.D., F.R.S., Chairman of the Durham County Committee, will preside, and will be supported by the Right Hon. Sir JOHN T. HIBBBRT, K.C.B., Chairman of the Central Committee; Prof. Sir GEORGE H. PHILIPSON, Knt., M.D., Chairman of the North- umberland Committee; W. E. M. TOMLINSON, Esq., M.P., and by other influential friends of the Institution. At this meeting a Resolution will be proposed by the Central Committee to alter the descriptive name of the Institution, and for this purpose certain Amendments of Rules I, II, and III of the General Rules and Regulations will be submitted for approval. JAMES DIGGENS, Principal and Searetary. Royal Albert Asylum, Lancaster. APPEAL. The ROYAL ALBERT ASYLUM has accommo- dation for 640 feeble-minded young persons, and there are now 593 under care and training. The Applications for Admission are numerous and urgent. The present inmates have been received from 171 places in the seven Northern Counties. A New Wing (the Ashton Wing) is being erected for 100 additional patients, and to facilitate classifi- cation. The Central Committee APPEAL for DONATIONS and ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. CHESHIRE AUTUMN ASSIZES, J 1900. BENJAMIN CHAFFERS ROBERTS, ESQUIRE, Sheriff. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that by virtue of the precept of the Honourable SIR JOHN CHARLES BIGHAM, Knight, one of the Justices of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice, and others his fellows, Justices of our Lady the Queen, assigned to take the next Assizes for the County of Chester, the said Assizes will be opened at the CASTLE OF CHESTER, on Thursday, the First day of November, 1900, and all the Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, Escheators, Stewards, Chief Constables, Sheriff's Officers, Bailiffs of Hundreds, Prosecutors, Persons bound by Recognizances, Jurors summoned to attend on the several Inquests, and others concerned, are required to give their attendance at ELEVEN o'clock in the morning on FRIDAY, the SECOND day of NOVEMBER, 1900, at which time the business of the Assizes will commence. Dated this 10th day of October, 1900. REGINALD POTTS, Under-Sheriff. JOHN CULLIMORE, Acting Under-Sheriff, Friars, Chester. CUZNER TESTIMONIAL FUND. Â£ B. d. Amount already subscribed 253 5 6 James Rogers, Esq. 0 10 6 Geo. Day, Esq 0 10 0 Miss L. Marston 0 5 0 Further Subscriptions may be sent to the Hon. Treasurer, J. R. THOMSON, Esq., Parr's Bank. A. MILLWARD, ? Hon. A. GREENWOOD, Secs. SHIPPING. WHITE STAR^LlWF. â¼ ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK, via QUEENSTOWN. GERMANIC.Wed., Oct. 31 Nov. 28 MAJc&fIC Wed., Nov. 7 Dec. 5 OCEANIC Wed., Nov. 14 Dec. 12 CYMRIC F Nov. 16 Wed., Dec. 26 TEUTONIC .Wei, Nov. 21 Dec. 19 Will not call at Queenstown on this voyage. Third Class Passage at Low Rates, including Outfit free of oharge to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, or Baltimore. Superior accommodation at moderate fares for Saloon and Second Saloon; also through bookings to China, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia. For further particulars apply to W. COVENTRY, 41, Watergate-street, Cheater; or to ISMAY, IMRIE & CO., LIVERPOOL, 17, Cockspur-street, S.W., and > 34, Leadenhall-atreet, E.C., jLoÂ»pow. ALLAN LINE To CANADA AND UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL, ts.s. AUSTRIAN, for Monte Video and Buenos Ayres Oct. 25 â¦s.s. TUNISIAN, for Quebec and Montreal Oct. 27 S.s. CARTHAGINIAN, for St. John's. N.F., Halifax, and Philadelphia Oct. 29 s.s. ASSYRIAN (Furness-Allan), for St. John's, N.F., and Halifax Nov. 3 s.s. NUMIDIAN, for Halifax and Portland .Nov. 10 Via Londonderry. t Cargo only. Saloon Fares from 10. 2nd Cabin 27, Steerage 25 10s. Through Tiokets to all points at special rates. CAN ADA.- For handbooks, maps, rates, and full particulars apply to ALLAN OFFICES, 19, James-street. Liverpool; or to S. HABBIS, 43, Pepper-st., Chester. T?LDER, DEMPSTER & CO. (BEAVEB LINE.) ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LVIERPOOL TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL. s.s. MONTFOBT Oct. 30 s.s. LAKE CHAMPLAIN Nov. 6 Passengers booked through to all parts of Canada and United States. Superior accommodation at lowest rates for First, Second, and Third Class Passengers. Special terms to Families and Parties intending to emigrate. Apply to ELDER, DEMPSTEB & CO., African House, Water-street, Liverpool. DOMINION LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THB UNITED STATES. PASSENGEB SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. Oct. 25 ..NEW ENGLAND, for Boston Oct. 25.CAMBBOMAN, for Quebec and Montreal Through Tickets issued to all inland towns. Company's handbook of information and book of views forwarded on application. All passengers embark at the Prince's Landing Stage. For further particulars apply to RICHARDS, MILLS and Co., 24, James-street, Liverpool. MISS KATE BEESLEY JJ-L receives Pupils for RECITATIONS, STAGE, Ac. Attends CHESTER THURSDAYS. Concerts and "At Homes." I was delighted with your viork.George Grotamith, I was much pleased with your FAcitations.Countess of Dundottaid. For terms, address care of Messrs. Phillipson and Golder, Eastgate Row: and 18, Bold-street, War- rington. NOBTHGATE BREWERY COMPANY'S PRIME CHESTER ALES. SPECIAL HBB MAJISTY APPOINTMENT THB QUBBN AND H.R.H. TRIO PRINCXSS OF WALBS. jjnowiT & CO., EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. SPECIAL SHOW OF NEW GOODS FOR AUTUMN & WINTER WEAR, ON MONDAY, OCT. 1ST, & FOLLOWING DAYS. MILLINERY, MANTLES, SILKS, DRESS FABRICS, LACES, GLOVES. DOWN QUILTS, IRISH HAND-EMBROIDERED LINENS. ALFRED PARKES, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. AUTUMN, 1900.-SPECIAL. FIRST SHOW OF ALL KIND OF FURS, FUR-LINED CLOAKS, TRAVELLING WRAPS, &c., &c. RE-MODELLING LADIES' OWN FUR GARMENTS By experienced Workers, and perfect fit in every case assured. Form for Self-measurement on application. A. PARKE S, MAQAZIN DBS MODIS, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. HOURS OF Busxxxss-DAILY from 9 A.M. to 6p.x. flunicipat Election gfotrresses. CHESTER MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1900. TO THE ELECTORS OF TRINITY WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-In seeking the -LJ honour of representing your valued interests in our city affairs, I hope that a connection unbroken for many generations with Chester, and a life long residenee in Trinity Ward, will materially help me to gain that position. As a Freeman and member of one of our City Guilds, I should at all times support those who are endeavouring to promote the interests of Freemen. A general all-round experience as an Architect, and a practical knowledge of the Building Trades for upwards of 25 years will also appeal to you as being valuable in connection with City Improve- ments- WE WANT- Extension of City Boundaries; Cheaper and better system of Tramways Less bungling over future Sewage schemes. In the event of being elected as one of your Representatives, I promise punctual and regular attendance at the Town Hall. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, GEORGE W. HASWELL. 70, Bouverie-street, Chester, October 18th, 1900. TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. JOHN'S WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ,-At the request -Lt of a large number of ratepayers, I offer myself for re-election to the seat on the City Council to which I was elected early in the present year. I am a Freeman of the City, and my interests as well as my affections are bound up with its prosperity. I have served for many years on the Free Library Committee, the Governing Body of the Schools of Science and Art, and the Dee Con- servancy Board. If re-elected, I hope to give time and attention to all Schemes for the Improvement of the City, and in particular to the Scheme now in hand for the Improvement of the Tramway Service. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, FRANCIS F. BROWN. Eastgate Row, Chester, 19th October, 1900. TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. JOHN'S WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,âA deputation having waited on me with a request that I would become a Candidate for the Town Council, I have consented to do so. As a Medical Man I am naturally interested in all matters affecting the Sanitary Government of the City. I am in favour of all that is possible being done to Purify the River, and to provide adequate and Healthy Dwellings for the Working Classes. I am also in favour of the Extension of the City Boundaries, and of providing a rapid and cheap Tramway Service. While doing all in my power to support a Polioy of Sanitary Progress, I shall bear in mind that there is need for Economy and Discretion in carry- ing it out. Should you do me the honour to elect me, I will do all in my power to further the interests of the City in general and your Ward in particular. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, ALFRED MANN, M.D. 19, Newgate-street, Chester. TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. JOHN'S WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,âHaving been requested by a large number of Ratepayers to become a candidate to represent you in the Council, I have much pleasure in placing my services at your disposal. My interest as a Freeman in the prosperity and welfare of the City is identical with yours, and any measure for the benefit of the City generally, and of your Ward in particular, shall always have my most careful attention and support. I intend waiting upon you and shall be pleased to answer any question you may desire to ask. Should you do me the honor of electing me as one of your representatives, I shall do all in my power to serve you faithfully. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours obediently, C. G. HASWELL. 84, Foregate-street, Chester, October 16th, 1900. BAKER & SONS, TBLEPHONB TELEGRAMS: Family and Fancy Bread Bakers, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER (BAKERS TO HIS GRACE TIUII DVKB OF WESTMINSTER). WEDDING BRFAKFASTS, RECEPTIONS, ESTIMATES CTLVEN. BRIDE CAKES, BIRTHDAY AND CHRISTENING CAKES. BOXES OF FANCY DESSERT BISCUITS (OF OWN MANUFACTURE.) LUNCHEONS SERVED DAILY FROM 12.30. CYCLISTS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. Municipal Election Sttforesses. TO THE BURGESSES OF BOUGHTON WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,âMy term of office will expire on the 31st inst., and I have much pleasure in again placing my services at your disposal. During the five years I have repre- sented you in the Town Council, I have done all in my power to promote your welfare and also that of the City. Should you again give me your renewed confidence, I will, as in the past, serve your interests to the best of mobility. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, JOHN MEADOWS FROST. Dee Lodge, Chester, 22nd October, 1900. TO THE BURGESSES OF ST. MARY'S WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,âHaving been -L* solicited by an influential deputation of Electors to become a Candidate for your Ward, I have gladly consented to offer yon my services. I am a native and tradesman of Chester, a large ratepayer, and have all my life been interested in the city and its welfare. I am well known to you, and am also acquainted with your requirements. I claim to have a full and practical knowledge of all Sanitary and other matters, which are at the present time of the utmost importance and engaging so much attention. Should you do me the honour of returning me as one of your Representatives, I am prepared to faithfully discharge the duties IMPOSED nnon iliA and to promote your interests. I may add that it is my intention to wait upon you personally, when I shall be pleased to answer any question you may desire to put to me. Soliciting your kind support, I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, ISAAC WILLIAMS. 20, Cuppin-street, Chester, October 18th, 1900. TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. MARY'S WARD. LADIES & GENTLEMEN,âI have been JLJ requested to allow myself to be nominated as a Candidate for the representation of your Ward in the City Council. I am well acquainted with the Requirements of the City, having been long resident in it, and having retired from my prdfee-ion, I am in a position to devote my time to the discharge of the important duties which my Section as your representative would entail npojrtae. Among other questions which are AT pressing interest at the present moment is the rearrange- ment of our Tramway system. I hold strongly that we should have an improved system, more frequent service and cheap fares, and the proposals at present before the Council having this object in view shall have my most careful consideration and hearty support. I am in favour of the Corporation taking up the question of Artisans' Dwellings, believing that this is a matter which affects the social and moral well-being of the community at large. It is my intention to call personally upon you, when I hope to discuss these and other questions. Should you elect me as one of your representa- tives, I shall at all times endeavour to serve the interests of the City, and of your Ward in particular. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, A. WOLFENDEN. 7, Chichester-street, Chester, October 19th, 1905. N ein PUBLICATIONS. ESTABLISHED IN 1835. rpHE MINING JOURNAL, RAILWAY -i- AND COMMEBCIAL GAZETTE. THE OLDEST MINING PAPER. The Subscription to THE MINING JOURNAL, including postagei is for:â m, 12 months. 9 months. 3 months. The United Kingdom 24s 12s 6s Abroad 28s. 14^ 78| payable in advance. THE MINING JOURNAL can be purchased on Satur. day mornings at all Railway Bookstalls and Newsagents throughout the United Kingdom fqr Gel. "-6 Editorial and Advertisement Offices: 46, QUEEN VICTORIA STRIEtT. LONDON, E.C. 'T HE CHESHIRE SHEAF.' THIRD 8ERJEB. EDITED BY THB REV. FRANCIS SANDERS, M.A., VICAR OF HOTLAKB; AND WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, RON. SECRETARY OF THE BEOOBD SOCIBTT. The First and Second Volumes of the New (Third) Series of the CHESHIRE SHBAF, reprinted after revision from the Chester Courant, together with A full Index of Names and places, is now ready fojr issue to Subscribers. Price to Subscribers, 6/- nett. Application for copies to be sent to- MR. WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, 4. Eaton Read, Birkenhead. ISAAC WILLIAMS AND SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, GAS FITTERS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. Plumbers' Bras-swork of all descriptions; Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Bathe, Jko. Glass of allqualitiea and patterian kept instook. COME AND SEE THE NEW TOY SHOP. NEXT DOOR TO THE BIJOU BAZAAR. LATEST LONDON NOVELTIES. SALE OF SURPLUS STOCK, FOR A FEW DAYS, COMMENCING OCTOBER 17. -PHILLIPSON & GOLDER, EASTGA.TE ROW. CAR RIA GE8, J. A. LAWTON & CO., SUCCESSORS TO THE LATE WM. HEWITT, NORTHGATE STREET, CHESTER. HIGH-CLASS CARRIAGES. I MODERATE PRICES. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARRIAGE IN STOCK FOR TOWN, PARK, ROAD, OR COUNTRY DRIVING. Repairs Executed by First-class Workmen with promptitude at Moderate Charges. ESTIMATES FOR NEW WORK OR REPAIRS OF ANY KIND FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. GENTLEMEN WAITED UPON AT THEIR RESIDENCES BY APPOINTMENT IF DESIRED. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY J. A. LAWTON & CO., COACHBUILDERS & HARNESS MAKERS, NORTHGATE STREET, CHESTER; 35, HARDMAN STREET, LIVERPOOL; also at 24,25,26 & 27, ORCHARD STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON. 500 GOLD MEDALS FOR GENERAL EXCELLENCE & SUPERIORITY. FARM IMPLEMENTS FOR mm, AUTUMN & WINTER USE. v vllISe Chaff Cutters, Pulpers, and Grinding Mills in all Sizes. PLOUGHS, HARROWS, & CULTIVATORS, CARTS, LURRIES, SHANDRIES, AND DAIRY UTENSILS. ALL BY BEST MAKERS AT LOWEST PRICES. LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM. INSPECTION INVITED. DICKSONS, CHESTER. E. DALE, CHESTER AND /4^ CARNARVON, !'OR X HIGHEST CLASS HlEK Ststem X 0B CASH. AND LOWEST Illustrated Catalogue sent FreÂ« on applioation. COMPETITIVE A. Z/ V7 PIANOS PRICES From 10/- MONTHLY IN ORGANS /x From 5/- Monthly All Instruments Delivered Free exchanged if not approved oi j and warranted for 10 jean. /\yX /V\ > TUNING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. Orders by Post receive prompt attention. HEAD OFFICE SHOWROOMSâ 51, BRIDGE-ST. ROW, CHESTER. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY TNF 'P^^ R. BOLLAND & SONS CONFECTIONERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 1ST CLASS RESTAURANT. I CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM IN BASEMENT. WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST BRANDS. BEER & STOUT drawn from the Wood. COFFEE. CIGARS. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR PARTIES. LUNCHEON HAMPERS FOR PICNIC PARTIES. PRIVATE ROOM FOR PARTIES. Bolland's Celebrated Shortbread Biscuits, 1/6 PER BOX; AND Dainty "Afternoon Tea" Cakes, (as presented to the QORN), 3/6 TO 7/- PER Box, including postage. BOLLAND'S TURTLE SOUP (prepared from fresh Turtle). CALVES' FEET JELLY. Highly recommended for Invalids. WEDDING CAKES. As supplied to the Royal Family. An SisM kapt in stock. Illustrated Catalogues Gratia Ball Suppers.- Wedding Receptions, &c. Customers' Cycles Stored without charge. TELEGRAMS: BOLLANDS, CHESTER." TELEPHONE, 37. AUTUMN GOODS. JOSEPH BECKETT & CO. ARE NOW SHOWING NEW AUTUMN DRESS FABRICS AND TWEEDS. HOMESPUNS, FRIEZES & SERGES- GOLF CLOAKS & WRAPS. LADIES are reminded that the present is the best time to have SEALSKIN, PALETOTS and FURS ALTERED and RE-MODELLED. EASTGATE ROW. AUTUMN NOVELTIES. MADAME HAMLEY Is now Showing in each Department a choice collection of NEW GOODS. LOVELY MILLINERY. JACKETS & MANTLES. NEW BLOUSES. SPECIALITYâ TAILOR-MADE COATS & SKIRTS for Walking and Cycling. BRIDGE-ST. ROW. AN EXCELLENT DELICACY. JOHN LITTLE & SONS TOMATO SAUSAGE. ALSO PRIZE HONEY IN SECTIONS AND JARS. T ADIES' HAIR COMBINGS, MADE UP 2/- PER OZ. WEAR THE â¢) I TAILS ") M IMMOVABLE J Fâ?M OF J Fâ¢M SCALPETTE. ) A1'' | PURE HAIR, J 6^0 T. SEALES BROWN, 3. LEECE STREET. LIVERPOOL. JMPORTANT NOTICEII CLEARANCE SALE OF THIRTY NEW AND SECOND-HAND LADIES' AND GENT'S BICYCLES AND THREE TANDEMS, From SEPT. 8th to SEPT. 22nd inclusive, AT P. DOBBINS' SHOW ROOMS, 14, CANAL SIDE, CHESTER. EADE'S PILLS. E ADIRS TRILLS. All who suffer from Gout JL *r Rheumatism should EADE'S TJILLS. immediately have recourse JL to EADE'S PILLS. Hnn- EADE'S "OILLS. dreds of Testimonials have ST been received from all EADE'S I|ILLS. sorts and conditions of E. TXâ_ T a testifying to the won- A.DE S IJILLS, derful pewer these Pills giving relief in the vero worst eases. These Pills are purely vegetable and perfectly safe m their action. and perfectly safe in their action. INSTANTLY BELIEVE AND BAPIDLY CUBE THB WOBST FORM OF GOUT, RHEUMATISM, â RHEUMATIC GOUT. PAMS IN THE HEAD, FACE, AND LIMBS. And have the largest recommendation ever given any patent medicine of its class. GOUT 16, Burton Crescent, Dewsbury-road, Leeds. May 2nd. 1894. RHEUMATISM Dear Sir,âIt is with un- bounded pleasure I send you a GOUT few lines in praise of yonr most excellent Pills. It is six years since I first had Rhea- RHEUMATISM matic Gout, and I had three months in bed with it. Of GOUT course I had the doctor, and he sweated me down almost to a skeleton. The next spring I RHEUMATISM had another attack, and was persuaded by a friend to try GOUT x your Pills. I did so, and am quite sure they prevented my being laid up again. quite sure they prevented my being laid up again. RHEUMATISM I WOULD NOT BE WITH- OUT THEM IF THEY COST GOUT ONE POUND A BOTTLE. You are quite at liberty to make what use you like of this, RHEUMATISM and I shall be pleased to answer any poor sufferer who cares to write me (enclosing stamped GOUT address). Wishing you every success, yours truly, AXBBBT MOTOTAIH. "DirS GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS Are Sold by all Chemists, in Bottles, Is. lid. and 8s.9d.> or sent poet free for Postal Order by the Proprietor GEORGE EADE. 232, GOSWILL-ROAD, E.C. Ask *ADB'Sa0DT* EADE'S PILLS.