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return BTARP. Sales by MEsSiiS. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS, A RICHARDSON. Sept. 1- At the Manor, Mickle Trafford -Farming Stock, Depasturage, Furniture, &c. Sept.—At the Auction Mart, Foregate-strect Household Furniture and Effects By MR J. J. CUNNAR. Sept. 7-At the Smithfield, Chester-Fat and Store Stock Sept 8—At the Smithfield, Hooton-Fat and Store Stock Sept- 11—At thfi Grosvenor Hotel, Chester—Fully- Licensed Property at Mold By MESSRS. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE. Sept. 4-At the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester—Land and Dweliing-Houses at Farndon, Aldford, Ac. By MR. H. H. ETCHES. Sept. 8—At Glutton Lower Farm, Broxton—Shrop- shire Rams, Ewes, and Lambs By MESSRS. W. DEW & SON. Sept. 17-At the Plough Hotel, St. Asaph—Free- hold Farm in the Vale of Clwyd By MESSRS. W. G. PREECE & SON. Sept. 8-At qlirewsbury-Rams and Ewes N' .N-" SALES bg SUCTION. This Day (Wednesday). THE MANOR, MICKLE TRAFFORD, near CHESTER. MESSRS. CHCRTON, ELPHICK & CO. have been favoured with instructions from Mr. John Beech, who is leaving the neighbourhood, to SELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, Sept. 1st, 1897, the whole of the valuable Live and Dead FARMING STOCK including- 16 Choice DAIRY COWS and HEIFERS, in milk and to calve 12 Coloury Yearling HEIFERS 2 Pedigree BULLS, Barren HEIFER Half-bred JERSEY COW, to calve 43 Fat WETHERS, and 4 Fat CALVES Very promising half-bred colts and fillies, about 80 head of poultry, an assortment of excellent imple- ments of husbandry, two-wheeled trap, harness and saddlery, lawn mower, about two tons of hay, garden produce, dairy vessels, the excellent Household Furniture, fine-toned cottage pianoforte, and other effects also the Depasturage of about 32 acres of land. The Sale of the outdoor effects will commence at Eleven o'clock a.m. punctually, and the Sale of the furniture will commence at One o'clock. N.B.-Catalogues may be had from the AUCTIONEERS, Chester. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. will hold their next SALE of Miscellaneous FURNITURE & EFFECTS about the middle of September. PUDDINGTON HALL ESTATE. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK &CO. beg to announce that at the Sale by Auction, and since privately, FARMS and LAND to the value of C,33,000, have been disposed of, and the remaining portion are for SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. On TUESDAY NEXT. I AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MR. JOHN J. CUNNAH will hold his WEEKLY SALE of Fat and Store CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, and CALVES. Sale to commence with Cattle at Eleven o'clock prompt. Entries respectfully solicited. On WEDNESDAY NEXT. MR. J. J. CUNNAH will hold his WEEKLY SALE of Fat and Store CATILE, SHEEP, PIGS, and CALVES, at the SMITHFIELD, HOOTON, at One o'clock prompt. Entries respectfully solicited. To Brewers, Distillers, Capitalists, and others. MOLD, FLINTSHIRE, NORTH WALES. I Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Properties, including a Fully-Licensed Public-House, and I' Cottages, at Mold, in the Coucty of Flint. MR. J. J. CUNNAH has received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Groavenor Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, Sept. 11th, 1897, at 2 for 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions to be then produced and read), the following FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, Tiz. LOT I.-All that Old-established Fully-Licensed Premises, known as the BOWLING GREEN HOTEL, which is favourably situated in a prominent situation (with an increasing popula- tion), in this important mining and agricultural town, at the corner of Wrexham-street and Cemetery-road, on the main road to Wrexham. The premises are brick built and slated, and con- tain entrance hall, commercial room, taproom, bar parlour, vaults, kitchen, back kitchen and larder on the ground floor there are five bed- rooms, sitting room, large club room, w.c. and bath room, aud spacious cellars beneath the whole; also stabling for eight horses, closets, coal house, workshop, shed, and bottling room, together with an extensive bowling green, which is walled in; also a piece of vacant land adjoining, containing in the whole 2,003 square yards or thereabouts. LOT 2.—All those FIVE FREEHOLD COT- TAGES or Dwelling-Houses, situate in Conway. street, in the town of Mold, in the occupation of Mr. Owen Williams and others, at a gross rental of X39 per annum. If the above are not sold in one lot they will be offered separately to suit purchasers. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER, Groavenor Chambers, Cheater; or to J. B. MARSTON, ESQ., Solicitor, Mold. On Saturday, September 4th, 1897. FARNDON, CHURTON-BY-ALDFORD, AND SAIGHTON, in the County of Chester. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. PICKETING & NIGHTINGALE, at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, 4th September, 1897, at 2.30 p.m. prompt, in the following or other Lots, and sub- ject to conditions of sale to be then produced, Valuable Freehold LANDS and DWELLING- HOUSES. LOT 1.—All that Piece of LAND, containing 7a Or. 36p., or thereabouts, situate in Brewery-lane, in the Township of Farndon, in the County of Chester, with a wooden cattle shed with slated roof, No. 49 on the ordnance plan, in the occupa- tion of Mr. Albert Lowe. LOT 2.—All that Piece of LAND, adjoining the last lot, and containing 7a. lr. 39p., or thereabouts, Nos. 47 and 73 on the ordnance plan, in the occupa- tion of Mr. Albert Lowe. LOT 3.—All that Piece of LAND, containing 3a. Or. 31p., situate in Brewery-lane, in the Township of Farndon, No. 25 on the ordnance plan, in the occupation of Mr. Albert Lowe. LOT 4.—All that Piece of MEADOW LAND, containing 4a. 3r. 19p., or thereabouts, situate in Townfield-lane, in the Township of Farndon, No. 32 on the ordnance plan, in the occupation of Mr. Albert Lowe. LOT 5.—All that Piece of MEADOW LAND, containing 12a. 3r. 26p., or thereabouts, known as 'Big Filkins Hays,' with a brick-built and slated shed thereon, situate at King's Marsh, in the Township of Farndon, No. 9 on the ordnance plan, in the occupation of Mr. Allwood. LOT 6.—All that Brick-built and Thatched DWELLING-HOUSE, with Outbuildings, Garden (well stocked with fruit trees) and Croft, the whole surrounded by a massive stone wall, situate at Church-lane, in the Township of Farndon, in the occupation of Mrs. Brassey. LOT 7. -All those Three DWELLING-HOUSES, with Shop, Outbuildings, and large Gardens, well stocked with fruit trees, situate in the Township of Farndon, adjoining the Broxton and Farndon highway road, in the occupations of Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Yond. and Mr. Price. LOT 8.—All that Piece of LAND, containing lr. 8p., or thereabouts, situate at Churton-by- Farndon, fronting Stannage-lane, No. 15 on the ordnance plan, in the occupation of Mr. Fred. Thomas. LOT 9.—All those Six Brick-built and Slated, DWELLING-HOUSES, with large Gardens well stocked with fruit trees, situate at Churton-by- Farndon, fronting the Chester and Farndon highway road, in the occupation of Mrs. White- head and others. LOT 10.—All those Six Brick-built and Slated DWELLING-HOUSES, with Pigstyes, Shippon, and other Buildings, and capital Gardens stocked with fruit trees, and small Croft, adjoining the Chester and Farndon highway road, situate at Churton-by-Aldford, in the occupation of Mr. Cooper and others. LOT 11.—All that Valuable Piece of Freehold BUILDING LAND, containing 2a. 3r. 38p. or thereabouts, with frontage to the Chester and Farndon highway road, situate at Churton-by- Aldford, Kos. 39 and 40 on the ordnance plan, lately in the occupation of Thomas Parker. LOT 12.-All that Valuable Piece of LAND, .oo,-itainizig 4r. Or. 24p., or thereabouts. situate in the township of Saighton, on the east side of the road leading from Huntington to Saighton, No. 18 on tho ordnance plan, in the occupation of Mr. Boden. For plans and particulars apply to the Auc- TIONEERS, St. Werburgh-street, or to MESSRS. BARKER & ROGERSON, Solicitors, 12, White Friara, Chester, J* 0~lllT A. L Y O N AUCTIONEER, ESTATE AGENT, PRACTICAL LAND SURVEYOR & VALUER (Agent for the Linen Hall Estate). 23 Years' practical experience in Sale and Valua- tion of every description of property. Valuer for Hotel and Inn Change of Tenancy. Sales conducted. Cash settlements with Vendors at olose of Sale. Furniture stored in dry lock-up rooms. OFFICES 7, ST. WERBUBGH-ST.,4 LINEN- HALL. CHESTER. salts bg Auctiait. REGISTERED SHROPSHIRE SHEEP. CLUTTON LOWER FARM, within half-a-milo from Broxton Station. J. H. Leche, Esq., Carden Park, has instructed ME. H. H. ETCHES to SELL BY AUCTION, as above, on WEDNESDAY, September 8th, 1897— 77 Pure-bred SHROPSHIRE RAMS, EWES, and LAMBS. Sale at Two o'clock. Full particulars, with pedigrees, in catalogues, to be obtained from J. H. LECHE, Esq., Carden Park, Chester; the Egertori Arms, Broxton; or the AUCTIONEER, Whitchurch, Salop. NORTH WALES.—VALE OF CLWYD. Sale of a Valuable Convenient and Freehold Farm. MESSRS. W. DEW & SON will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Plough Hotel, St. Asaph, on FRTDAY, September 17th, at 3-30- The FREEHOLD FARM of GLANCLWYD, comprising about 34 acres, situite close to St. Asaph, having a frontage to the famous river Clwyd, being situate in the midst of a good sport- ing and fishing locality. Particulars and plan of sale of Mr. A. STUART MILES, Solicitor, Tenbury or of the Auc- TIONEERS, as above. WEDNESDAY NEXT. 1,250 SHROPSHIRES. "Ø THE GREAT PRACTICAL FLOCKMASTERS' SALE AT SHREWSBURY. THE BREEDERS' 99TH GREAT ANNUAL SALE will comprise upwards of 1,250 GRAND RAMS AND EWES, From the most Practical and Noted Breeders in the district, by MESSRS. W. G. PREECE & SON, ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8TH. SPECIAL NOTICE. All Flockmasters should attend this, the best opportunity for obtaining practical and high-class types of the pure Shropshire. 250 Grand CLUN and CROSS-BRED EWES included. Every assistance to Buyers. Sheep trucked free. Sale to commence at Ten to a minute. Catalogues from W. G. PREKCS & SON, Shrews- bury. ORSES.-Colts Handled and Young JLJL Horses Broken to Saddle and Harness by experienced men. First-class Accommodation. Single and Double Brakes. Terms on application to WILLIAM HARRISON, Nicholas-street Mews, Chester. CHEAP "OREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS L OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES :— Houses to be Let, Apartments to be Let, Situations Wanted, Money Wanted, Situations Vacant, Miscellaneous Wants, Apartments Wanted, Lost or Found, And Articles to be Sold, Are inserted in the CHESTER COURANT at tht undermentioned, charges:- One Insertion (20 words) la. I Three Insertions 2s. 6d. And 3d. for each additional line—a line contains about eight words. I o be Let. r'" r. T 1ST OF RESIDENCES, ISSUED MONTHLY, SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BROWN & CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. HOUSES TO LET. T AMONT, SON, & CO., L UPHOLSTERERS, FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS. LIST SENT ON APPLICATION. SHOW ROOMS EASTGATE STREET. WAREHOUSE FOR STORING FOREST HOUSE (in separate rooms). TO LET, Two good OFFICES (en suite), on first floor, 2, Newgate-street. Eent £ 20.— Apply by letter, Box 126, P.O., Chester. SEMI DETACHED HOUSE TO LET, at S Chri.-tleton, near Chester. Rent £ 23.—Apply Messrs. BARKERS, COPPACK, & WICKHAM, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. TO LET, from 29th September next, as SHOP or OFFICES, No. 1, Watergate-street Row (South), now occupied by Messrs. Drake & Gorham. —Apply to Hon. CECIL T. PARKER, Eccleston. LUMBLEY.-TO LET, HOLFORD HALL FARM, good house and outbuildings, with about 157 acres of Land.—Apply Estate Office, Mere, Knutsford.; or, Estate Office, 88, King- street, Manchester. TO LET, at Lady-day next, EEDDISH HALL FARM, Reddish, near Stockport, now in the occupation of Thomas Henry Burgess, containing about 112 statute acres. — Apply to HILL and CORDINGLEY. 90, Old-street, Ashton-under-Lyne. MO BE LET (Unfurnished), a smill HOUSE, 1 near Eossett Station, containing two_sitting- rooms, four bedrooms, and usual offices, with good garden.—For rent and further particulars, apply to Messrs. BOYDELL, TAYLOR, and FLUITT, Solicitors, Chester. HOUSE, No. 9, BEIDGE PLACE.—TO BE LET, from 1st September next. This com- modious Residence, containing large dining and drawing-rooms, study, and seven bed and dressing rooms.-For further particulars apply to Messrs. BARKERS, COPPACK & WICKHAM, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. TO LET, CHURTON HOUSE, CHURTON, near Chester, containing three entertaining- rooms, five bedrooms, w.c., two kitchens, wash- house, cellar, &c., with good stabling, loose box, coach-house, shippon, with well-stocked garden, and gardener's cottage.—Apply WILLIAM PARKER, Handley, Chester. HESHIRE.- MERE OLD HALL.-TO BE C LET, Desirable Gentleman's Country RESI- j LET, Desirable Gentleman's Country RESI- DENCE, excellently situated in well timbered park. Three miles from Knutsford and five miles from Altrincham, with or without Shooting over about 3,000 acres, with good Pheasant Coverts.- For further particulars and orders to view apply Estate Office, Mere, Knutsford or, Estate Office, 88, King-street, Manchester. CHESTER.- DORCHESTER HOUSE, C BOUGHTON.-TO BE LET, this capital FAMILY HOUSE, which faces south, and contains three entertaining-rooms, seven bedrooms, two dressing-rooms, bath (hot and cold water), and excellent domestic offices. Two small conserva- tories and a garden in terraces sloping down to the river, with a landing stage for boat.—Apply to MILLS & FLETCHER, Land Agents, Surveyors, and Valuers, 49, Hamilton-square, Birkenhead. o be .solb. TO BE SOLD, a small VAN, 5ft. 6in. by 3ft. 6in. suitable for baker and grocer. Price £ 14.—POWELL, Coach Builder, Commercial Hall, Frodsham-street, Chester. SHUTTLEWOETH & SONS, Portmanteau, ks Bag, Dress Basket, and Trunk Manufacturers. Dress Baskets Re-covered and all Repairs by practical men. Show Rooms above shop, 40, Bridge-street, Chester. HORSES.—BAY MARE. 5 years old, 15.2. Up to 12 stone (by Royal'). Good hack. Hunted last season with the Shropshire Hounds; sold sound. Price X50. Also BAY COB, 5 years, 14.2, quiet in harness, price £ 22.—Apply WM. HARRISON, Nicholas-street Mews, Chester. NORTH WALES.—TO BE DISPOSED OF, the tenant's interest—who is about retiring from business-in the well-known and old estab- lished Family, Commercial, and posting hostelry, the DINORBEN ARMS HOTEL, Amlwch, and FARM (about 75 acres). The whole as a going concern, including Farm Produce, Stock, and Implements, also Hotel Stock Chattels and effects. Immediate possession if desired.—Apply at once to Miss ROBERTS, Dinorben Arms Hotel, Amlwch, N.W. TENTS! TENTS!—For gardens, cricket, or camping-out purposes. 40ft. in circumference, pegs, poles, mallet, and lines complete (with tent bag included). These Tents are white, and have only been used a little by Her Majesty's Govern- ment, and originally cost over X6 each. I will send one complete for 25s., carriage paid. Can be sent on approval. N.B.—I have a quantity of Tents from 10s. to 20s. each, but the Tents which please my customers best are those I send out at 25s. each. Price List of Marquees (any size) post free.—HENRY JOHN GASSON, Government Contractor, Rye,Suesex IMMOVABLE SCALPETTE, FROM XI Is. TO JE5 5s. NEW WEB FEINGE, I HAIR COMBINGS FROM 5S. 6D. | MADE UP, 2S. PER OZ. TAILS OF PURE HAIR, 5s. 6D. TO 63s. DELICATE SHADES OF HAIR. T. SEALES BROWN, 3, LEECE STREET. LIVERPOOL. o be Soto. STEAM LAUNCH, to carry 16 passengers; length 35ft., beam 6ft., draught 2ft.; engines 3 h.p., by 'Hunter'; tubular marine boilers. In excellent condition; built to erder.—To inspect apply WM. HALL, WATERIDGE, & OWEN, Auc- tioneers and Valuers, Shrewsbury, to whom offers should be sent. TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, a First Class DAIRY FARM of 22a. Or. 24p., known as BLEAKLEES,' Kingsley-by Frodsham. Good House and Outbuildings. The Farm is satis- factorily Let to a responsible Tenant, who has 7 years to run.—For further particulars apply to MOSELEY-WILLIAMS, Solicitor, 18, King-street, Manchester; or NORCROSS, Kingsley Hall, Frodsham. Mantrb. .> WANTED, PAGE BOY, aged about 14.— Apply SECRETARY, City Club. WANTED, good VILLA EESIDENCE, with Land; or small Farm. — Address B 97, Courant Office, Chester. AN energetic and trustworthy MAN Required, with good references. — Address P 52, Courant Office. DAILY GOVERNESS REQUIRED thorough English, advanced music, fluent languages (acquired abroad), drawing, painting, calisthenics. —Apply Mrs. LEADBETTER, Hafod Alyn, Rossett. IIEQUIRED, immediately, COOK, wages £ 50; ifcj Kitchenmaid, £ 24; Scullerymaid, £ 14; Footman, and many experienced Waitresses, etc.— Apply Mrs. LTTTLER, Trinity-street, Chester. WANTED, a smart YOUNG LADY as a Junior Assistant; also Young LADY APPRENTICE both to live out.-Apply W. H. CORLETT, 31, Eastgate-street, Chester. WANTED, COOKS, Kitchenmaids, Laundry- maids, Housemaids, and several good Generals.—Apply Mrs. COVENTRY, Watergate- street, Chester. SHOOTING.—WANTED, 800 to 1,000 acres good S MIXED SHOOTING, within easy distance of Chester.—Apply Mr. G. H. EVANS, Solicitor, Northgate Chambers, Chester. ANTED, SITUATION as COACHMAN, or Groom and Coachman; single, middle age, first-class character.—Address A. C., Advertiser Office, Warwick. OOK-GENERAL.-A Lady wishes to find a C situation in the neighbourhood of Chester for a good person as Cook-General, where one other servant is kept.—Address COOK-GENERAL, C/O C. Birchall, 7, Victoria-street, Liverpool. IN a Lady's Preparatory School for Boys there are VACANCIES for Two BOY BOARDERS, who could either become her own pupils or attend the Grove Park School, in the immediate neigh- bourhood. Evening preparation work supervised in either case.—Apply, by letter, to Miss E. H. LONG, 16, Grosvenor-road, Wrexham. STEAM LAUNDRY, VICTORIA ROAD (CLOSE BY THE NORTHGATE STATION), CHESTER. THIS Laundry, situated in an elevated and open position, is admirably suited for the purpose, being removed from smoke, and commanding an ample supply of Water. The Works are within a convenient distance of all parts of the City, and within easy distance of the General Railway Station. All the arrangements are on the most approved modern system for Washing, Ironing, Drying, Packing, &c., and the management is most efficient. F. LIPSHAM, Secretary and General Manager (Chester Steam Laundry Co., Ltd.). Inspection of the Works is specially in- vited on any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. Telegrams GRATITUDE, Liverpool.' Telephone (Central): No. 6,830. ALMOND & COBB, WHOLESALE AND EXPORT PAPER-HANGINGS MERCHANTS, JL 137, DALE STREET, LIVERPOOL. Lignomur, Lincrusta Walton, Anaglypta, I Cordelova, also Japanese and other High-Clasa Decorations supplied. DONALD ALMOND, ROBT.COBB, Late Manager and Secretary respectively of Dean & Co., Ltd. THE ECONOMIC BANK, LIMITED, 34, OLD BBOAD-STREET, LONDON, E.C. 2 Interest allowed on Deposits, repayable on demand, on all sums up to R500. 2 on minimum quarterly balance of current accounts when not drawn below £ 15. Cheques can be drawn for sums under SI. All funds invested under the Trust Investment Act, or in Colonial Government Securities. No charge for keeping accounts. SAMUEL GURNEY MASSEY, Managing Trustee. AT THE REMBRANDT GALLERY, IN CASTLE-ST., LIVERPOOL, J)UNTHORNE & JGROWN GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE RESTORATION of OLD PICTURES, PRINTS and DRAWINGS, and the REPAIRING and REGILDING of FRAMES. OLD MEZZOTINT ENGRAVINGS and COLOURED PRINTS PURCHASED. ON VIEW. PORTFOLIOS of Recently Published ETCH- INGS, and MEZZOTINT ENGRAVINGS. THE IMPROVEMENT OF LANDED ESTATES. THE LAND, LOAN, AND ENFRANCHISE- MENT COMPANY. (Incorporated by Special Act of Parlianwnt). 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