LYTHAM. CLIFTON ARMS HOTEL. REPLETE WITH EVERT COMFORT AND CON- VENIENCE FOR FAMILIES, &C. EXCELLENT CUISINE. SANITATION PERFECT. FACES THE SEA. Within easy distance of the noted St. Annes and Fairhaven Golf Links. ^SPECIAL NEW RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION FOR DAY VISITORS. FOR TARIFF APPLY A. D. EARLE, MANAGER.
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Pufoltc Announcements. ROYALTY THEATRE, CITY ROAD, CHESTER. Sole Proprietor and Responsible Manager: Mr. JAS. W. CARTER. TO-DAY-MORNING PERFORMANCE- WEDNESDAY, at 2, 'FAUST.' THIS EVENING-LAST NIGHT-SEPT. 15, at 7-30, 'T ANN H A USER,' BY THE ROYAL CARL ROSA CO. IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENT OF MR. ALBERT CHEVALIER AND SPECIALLY-SELECTED LONDON COMPANY In the New Musical Comedy, entitled 'THE LAND OF NOD,' Commencing TO-MORROW EVENING (THURS- DAY), SEPT. 16, and two following nights, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPT. 17 & 18, at 7-30. MONDAY NEXT, SEPT. 20th, and during the Week, MR. E. R. BENSON And his SHAKESPERIAN COMPANY. Box Plan now open at Messrs. PHILLIPSON and GOLDER'S. CHESTER MUSICAL SOCIETY. PRACTICES tfill be RESUMED in the REFECTORY on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th, at usual times. There are VACANCIES in the CHORUS, and applications should be made to DR. BRIDGE, Northgate. IN AID OF THE INFIRMARY. CHESTER LANTERN CYCLE PARADE, THIS WEDNESDAY EVENING. FINEST PARADE IN THE PROVINCES! GRAND CARNIVAL AND DANCE. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS! (See small Bills. Official Programmes now ready.) PRIZES VALUE £ 30. COMPETITORS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED. Lady and Gentlemen COLLECTORS WANTED. APPly W. HUNTER, 52, Northgate-street. For Prize Lists and further particulars apply to J. GRIFFITHS, I Ron. G. S. N. HULL, The Cross, ) Sees. NOTICE. THE CHESHIRE DAIRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD ITS GREAT ANNUAL DAIRY SHOW IN THE MARKET HALL, CHESTER, ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19TH & 20TH, 1897. X220 TO iBE GIVEN IN PRIZES. For Prize List, &c., apply to the Secretary, ROBERT CHALLINOR, » Old Bank Buildings, Chester. BIRMINGHAM AUTUMNAL IB SHORTHORN SHOW AND SALE. The FORTY-SECOND GREAT SHOW and SALE will be held at Bingley Hall, Birmingham, on THURSDAY, September 23rd. 300 Head of Highly-descended COWS, HEIFERS, and BULLS, including many Prize-winners are entered from the most noted Breeders, and will be BE AUCTION, by Messrs LYTHAXL and vA)., withoutany further reserve than entering them at not more than £ 21 each. Judging at EIGHT. Sale at TEN o'clock. Admission Is. Catalogues 7d., free by post. W. H. LYTHALL, Secretary. Pleasurt (truizes. THE DEE STEAM BOAT CO. The above Company is the only one authorised by His Grace the DUKB OF WESTMINSTER, K.G., torun their STEAMERS regularly to EATON HALL. THE 'ORMONDE' AND 'BEND OR' Are now Running as follows (Sundays excepted) am am am pm pm pm pm pm Chester.dp;9 0; 1030.1130 1 0 1 30 2 45,3 30 4 30 EcclestonFyj9 50(1120! 122011 50 2 20 3 35 4 20|5 20 Iron Bridge.M015)il45l \s 45 |ronBr'g.dpjl01&1145! ]5 46 EcclestonFy; 104011210 1235*1 50 2 20 S 35 4 30!6 10 -jj>»Bter. arr.j 1130| 1 0 1 25 2 40[3 10 4 25 5 20|7 0 Chester to Eccleston, 6d. Single; 9d. Return. Iron Bridge, 8d. Is. „ ~Weather and other causes permitting. LIVERPOOL TO LLANDUDNO, BEAUMARIS, BANGOR, & MENAI BRIDGE. DAILY MORNING SAILINGS •*rom Prince's Landing: Stage (Sundays excepted, and circumstances permitting). P.S. I ST. TUDNO' or I ST. EL VIES,' Daily to 27th September. Leaves Liverpool .10.45 am Leaves Menai B'dge.3.0 pm „ Llandudno. 1.0 pm „ Bangor Pier ,3.10pm „ Beaumaris 2 0 pm „ Beaumaris.3.30 pm „ Bangor Pier 2.20 pm „ Llandudno.4.30pm ArnvesMenai B'dge.2 30 pm Arrives Liverpool .6.45 pm DAY and WEEK-END EXCURSIONS, until 27th September, at the following rates :-FARF.s-Liverpool and Llandudno: First return 5s., Second return bs. Liverpool and Beaumaris, Bangor, or Menai Bridge: First return 6s. 6d., Second return 4s. For further particulars apply to THE LIVERPOOL AND NORTH WALES STEAMSHIP CO., LTD., T. G. BREW, Secretary, 20, WATEB-ST., LIVERPOOL. Tel. 6366 T^MCTE O F MAN EXPRESS MAIL STEAMERS.-(Sundays excepted.) From LIVERPOOL. From DOUGLAS. Daily. 10.30 a.m and 2p.m Daily.9a.m and 3.30 p.m EXTRA SAILINGS. Saturdays 5 pm I Mondays 12.30 a.m FLEETWOOD TO DOUGLAS. DOUGLAS TO FLEETWOOD. Daily at 2.15 p.m Daily at 8.30 a.m. Saturdaysextra..l2.30noon LIVERPOOL TO RAMSEy-Direct Mondays and Saturdays. at 12.30 noon. Via Douglas, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, at 2 p.m. FLEETWOOD TO RAMSEy-Via Douglas, at 2.15 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Illustrated Pamphlet of Sailings and Hall Caine's Little Man Island,' &c.. free, or postage Id. ISLE OF MAN STEAM PACKET CO., LTD., IMPERIAL BUILDINGS, DOUGLAS. ^Publications. JUST PUBLISHED. LONGRIDGE'S (^LOSSARJ OF MINING TERMS, V3T With Illustrations & Geological Survey Map Signs. PRICE, 2s. 6d. POSTAGE, 2d. It is a book which will naturally be much appreciated among holders of mining shares, as it will render the technicalities of a report intelligible to the uninitiated.' -Financial rimes. Perhaps the distinctive feature pertaining to this Glossary is the illustrations which are appended, showing various forms of veins, deposits, faults, &c.'—Invention Of great use to all who are actively associated with practical mining.—South Africa. 4 THE MINING JOURNAL,' 18, Finch Lane, E.C., orset Buildings, Saliiibary Square, E.C. New Edition. Just published, post free, 6 stamps. A TREATISE ON NERVOUS DISEASES and WEAKNESS in MEN, with a description of most common-sense and Scientific Treatment er introduced. 4. J. Leicm, 92 and 93, Great Russell-st., London. TOH.R.H.THE BT SPECIAL F PRINCE OF APPOINTMENT Mi!ilEB SJH WALES. 'co o W. & F. BROWN & Co., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. HOUSE AGENTS. PROPRIETORS Of WAREHOUSES FOR STORING FURNITURE. VANS FOR REMOVING FURNITURE. Low PRICE AND RATES. Public flotices. JgATON p ARK. The IRON BRIDGE and the APPROACHES thereto will be CLOSED to all Wheel Traffic during Repairs, from MONDAY, THE 20TH, TO WEDNESDAY, THE 22ND SEPTEMBER, inclusive. RE FIRE AT MALPAS. WE. SHUTTLE WOOD, LTD. wish to • TENDER their sincere THANKS to the Members of the Malpas Fire Brigade, the Police, and all those who so kindly rendered valuable assistance at the disastrous fire which occurred on their premises on Saturday last. W. E. SHU5TTLEWOOD. their premises on Saturday last. W. E. SHuæTLEWOOD. THE CHESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL offers for Competition a SCHOLARSHIP, tenable for ten months at the School of Domestic Economy, Chester, to obtain instruction in Cookery, Dressmaking, and Laundry Work. Applications must be sent to the undersigned not later than September 24th. RICHARD P. WARD, Organizing Secretary's Office, Crewe. THE COUNTY COUNCIL offers for Competition a number of SCHOLARSHIPS tenable for ten weeks at the DAIRY INSTITUTE, WORLESTON, and commencing October 11th, for instruction in Dairy Work, Cookery, Dressmaking, and Laundry Work.—Applications should be sent to me not later than September 27th. R. P. WARD, Crewe. Organising Secretary. CHESHIRE COUNTY LUNATIC ASYLUM, AT UPTON, NEAR CHESTER. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888, AND THE LUNACY ACT, 1890. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that JOHN FREDERICK ADAMS, ESQUIRE, the Dis- trict Auditor for the North-Western Counties Audit District, has appointed the AUDIT OF THE ACCOUNTS of the Cheshire County Lunatic Asylum at Upton, near Chester, and of the Clerk, Treasurer, and other Officers of the Asylum, for the year ended the 31st day of March, 1897, to commence on MONDAY, the 11th day of October, 1897, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon, at the said Asylum, when and where the Clerk of the said Asylum, and also the Treasurer and other Officers thereof who are bound to account at such Audit, are severally required to attend. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN, that a copy of such accounts duly made up and balanced, together with all account books, deeds, contracts, vouchers, and receipts relating thereto, may be seen at the said Asylum seven clear days before the Audit, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Dated this 9th day of September, 1897. ALEXR. HORNBY, Clerk to the Visiting Committee. COUNTY OF CHESTER. EDDISBURY PARLIAMENTARY U DIVISION. REGISTRATION OF PARLIAMENTARY ELECTORS, COUNTY ELECTORS, & PAROCHIAL ELECTORS, 1897. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that EDMUND BURKE WOOD, ESQUIRE, having been appointed one of the Barristers to REVISE THE LISTS OF ELECTORS in Parliamentary Elections, within the North Wales Circuit, will make a Cir- cuit and hold Courts for Revising the Lists of Parliamentary Electors, County Electors and Parochial Electors, and also of the separate List of Persons entitled to be elected Members of the County Council of the County of Chester, though not entitled to be on the County Electors Roll of the said County, for the EDDISBURY DIVISION of the COUNTY OF CHESTER, at the several times and plaoes following, that is to say For the several Parishes in the following Polling Districts, viz :— KELSALL POLLING DISTRICT- Ashton I Kelsall Delamere I Mouldsworth and Eddisbnry I Willington TARVIN POLLING DISTRICT- Barrow I Hockenhull Bruen Stapleford ) Horton-cum-Peel Burton t Pryor's Hayes and Duddon t Tarvin On THURSDAY, the 23rd day of September next, at 11 o'clock in the Forenoon, at the RED LION INN, TARVIN. For the several Parishes in the following Polling Districts, viz:— LITTLE BUDWORTH POLLING DISTRICT- Budworth Little ) Oakmere and Ifarton j Rushton BUNBURY POLLING DISTRICT— Alpraham Peckforton Bunbury Spurstow Beesten 1 Ridley Calveley Tilston Fearnall and Haughton Wardle TARPORLEY'POLLIN DISTRICT- Clotton Hoofield J Tarporley Eaton I Tiverton and Iddenshall | Utkinton On THURSDAY, the 23rd day of September next, at 1 o'clock in the Afternoon, at the SWAN INN, TARPORLEY. For the several Parishes in the following Polling Districts, viz. CHOLMONDELEY POLLING DISTRICT- Bickley t Egerton Bickerton j Chorley Bulkeley Larkton and Cholmondeley t Norbury MALPAS POLLING DISTRICT— Agden 1 Malpas Bradley Newton-by-Malpas Ohidlow Oldcastle Chorlton I Overton Cuddington Stockton Hampton Threapwood Macefen that part within the Geographical County of Chester Tushingham-cum- I Wichhough and Grindley | Wigland TILSTON POLLING DISTRICT- Carden I Horton Clutton Shochlach Church Duckington I Shochlach Oviatt Edge Stretton and Grafton Tilston On FRIDAY, the 24th day of September next, at 11-30 o'clock in the Forenoon, at the RED LION INN, MALPAS. For the several Parishes in the following Polling Districts, viz. — FARNDON POLLING DISTRICT- Barton I Crewe Caldecott Edgerley Churton-by-Aldford Farndon and Churton-by-Farndon King's Marsh Coddington TATTENHALL POLLING DISTRICT- Aldersey Handley Broxton Harthill Burwardsley Hatton Chowley Huxley Foulk Stapleford I Newton-by-Tattenhall Golborn Bellow and Golborn David Tattenhall On FRIDAY, the 24th day of September next, at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon, at the NATIONAL SCHOOL, TATTENHALL. For the several Parishes in the following Polling District, viz :— NORTHGATE BREWERY COMPANY'S I PRIME CHESTER ALES. By imMkXk To SPECIAL HER MAJESTY APPOINTMENT ^HE QUEEN AND H.R.H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. JJROWN & Co., MERCERS, CHESTER. AUTUMN NOVELTIES IN MANTLES, CAPES, FURS, NEW DRESS FABRICS, COAT & SKIRTS, SILKS, LINENS, QUILTS, TOWELS. SEALSKIN JACKETS AND FURS REMODELLED. ^ttiiitc Notices. DUNHAM POLLING DISTRICT- Bridge Trafford Ince Dunham-o'-th'Hill Mickle Trafford Elton Thornton-in-the-Moors Hapsford and Wimbolds Trafford On SATURDAY, the 25th day of September next, at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon, at the RAILWAY INN, DUNH AM-O'-TH'-HILL. For the several Parishes in the following Polling District, viz FRODSHAM POLLING DISTRICT- Frodsham and Frodsham Lordship HELSBY POLLING DISTRICT- Alvanley I and Manley Helsby I KINGSLEY POLLING DISTRICT- Kingsley Newton Kingswood and ) NORLEY POLLING DISTRICT- Crowton I Norley Cuddington and | On SATURDAY, the 25th day of September next, at 11-30 o'clock in the Forenoon, at the BEAR'S PAW INN, FRODSHAM. For the several Parishes in the following Polling Districts, viz:— CHRISTLETON POLLING DISTRICT- Christleton Littleton Cotton Abbotts Rowton Cotton Edmunds Saighton and Guilden Sutton Waverton Guilden Sutton Waverton Huntington I ECCLESTON POLLING DISTRICT- Aldford I Eccleston Buerton Lea Newbold Churton Heath I Lower Kinnerton Claverton I Marlston-cum-Lache Dodleston Poulton and Eaton Pulford HOOLE POLLING DISTRICT- Bache I Moston Boughton Great Newton by Chester Caughall Picton Chester Castle I Upton Hoole Wervin Hoole Village and the Parish of the City of Chester On MONDAY, the 27th day of September next, at 10-15 o'clock in the Forenoon, and at 6 o'clock in the Evening on the same day, at the SESSIONS HOUSE, CHESTER CASTLE. For the several Parishes and part of a Parish in the following Polling District, viz. :— BRADWALL POLLING DISTRICT- Brad wall I Kinderton Moston I that part of the Parish formerly known as the Parish of Sutton, Tetton and I Warmingham On TUESDAY, the 28th day of September next, at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon, at the COMMERCIAL INN, BRADWALL. For the several Parishes and parts of a Parish in the following Polling District, viz. CHURCH MINSHULL POLLING DISTRICT- Cholmondeston I Darnhall Church Minshull | that part of the Parish formerly known as the Parish of Darnhall Darnall that part of the Parish formerly known as the Parish of Weaver Leighton ) Wimboldsey Minshull Vernon j and Wettenhall | Woolstanwood On TUESDAY, the 28th day of September next, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, at the BROOK'S ARMS INN, CHURCH MINSHULL. For the several Parishes and parts of Parishes in the following Polling Districts, viz :— AUDLEM POLLING DISTRICT- Audlem I Coole Pilate Buerton | Dodcott-cum-Wilkesley that part of the Parish south of the Highway commencing at the Boundary of the Parish of Newhall, continuing along the Highway past Lightwood Green, Rookery Farm, Walkmill Farm to the Guide Post, thence past the Work- houses to the Guide Post of the Dodcott Farm, and thence along Lodmore Lane past the Blackhurst Farm to the County Boundary at the Cheshire Fields, including the houses abutting on the northern side of such highway, Hankelow, Newhall, that part of the Parish south of the highway commencing at the Rail- way Bridge at Copthorn, continuing past Brown's Bank to the Guide Post, and from thence to the boundary of the Parish of Dodcott-cum-Wilkesley, including the houses abutting on the northern side of such highway, and Tittenley. BRIDGMERE POLLING DISTRICT- Blakenhall j Hatherton Bridgmere I Hunsterson Checkley-cum-Wrinehill I Lea and Doddington J Walgherton On WEDNESDAY, the 29th day of September next, at 10.15 o'clock in the Forenoon, at the LAMB INN, AUDLEM. For the several Parishes and parts of Parishes in the following Polling Districts, viz ACTON POLLING DISTRICT- Acton I Edlaston Aston-juxta-Mondrum Faddiley Austerson Henhull Baddiley Hurleston Bartherton Stoke Baddington I Poole Brindley and Burland Worleston WRENBURY POLLING DISTRICT- Broomhall i Dodcott-cum-Wilkesley that part of the Parish not included in the Audlem Polling District Marbury-cum-Quoisley I Newhall that part of the Parish not included in the Audlem Polling District Sound I Woodcott and Wirsall j Wrenbury-cum-Frith And for all and every the Parishes, Townships, and places (if any) within the said Eddisbury Division of the County of Chester, for which Courts to Revise the Parliamentary Electors' Lists, County Electors' Lists, and Parochial Electors' Lists, therein have not hereinbefore been appointed. On WEDNESDAY, the 29th day of September next, at 12.30 o'clock in the Afternoon, at the SALAMANCA. HOTEL, WRENBURY STATION. At the Courts for such of the above-named Parishes or parts of Parishes as are situate within the Borough of Chester, the Barrister will, under the above Notice, revise the Ownership Lists only for such Parishes or parts of Parishes. All Overseers and other Persons whose attend- ance may be necessary, are hereby required to attend the said Courts at the several times and places aforesaid, at which the Lists of their respective Parishes are hereby appointed to be revised, and all Overseers are required to produce in Court the Rate Books of their respective Parishes, containing the Poor Rates made and allowed during the period between the 5th day of January, 1896, and the 15th day of July, 1897, and to bring with them copies of their Lists, and all Notices of Claims and Objections, and other Papers they have received, concerning the Registration of Parliamentary Electors for the Eddisbury Division and County and Parochial Electors of the said County of Chester. REGINALD POTTS, Clerk of the Cheshire County Counoil. Chester, 24th August, 1897. I Ent&ers. I I CHESTER UNION. I To MILLERS, BUTCHERS, GROCERS, PROVISION I DEALERS, DRUGGISTS, SPIRIT MERCHANTS, I IRONMONGERS, AND OTHERS. THE Guardians of tbe Poor of the Chester Union invite TENDERS from persons willing to supply the following ARTICLES from the 2nd to supply the following ARTICLES from the 2nd October, 1897, to the 26th March, 1898, viz. I Flour, Oatmeal, Braii, Indian Meal, Beef, Mutton, Suet (English fed), Fresh Butter, Margarine, Cheese (English), Bacon, Groceries, Chandlery, Brushes, Drapjry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Leather, Straw, Iroiimong Drugs, Brandy, and for the Sweeping of Chim-eys and Flues. Printed Form of Tender (no other can be received), and particulars as to quantities required may be obtained on application to me or to the Workhouse Master. The Articles must be delivered free of charge at the Workhouse, or such place or places, and in such quantities as the Guardians or their officers direct. Accounts amounting to £5 and upwards will be paid monthly, under 15 quarterly. Sealed Tenders for the Articles required, and samples of the same (if practicable) to be delivered at my office not later than 9 30 a.m. on TUESDAY, the 28th September, 1897. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. By Order, WILLIAM TURNOCK, Clerk. Union Offices, Hoole, Chester, 11th September, 1897. potels, ^gUros, E SW ALL. JJOTEL VICTORIA. RESIDENTIAL HOTEL. Delightful climate. Highly recommended by the Medical Profession, being sheltered from the North and East winds by the EJeswall Hills. Magnificent views of the River Dee and Welsh Mountains. Healthiest and most picturesque part of Cheshire. SPECIAL TERMS FOR WEEK ENDS. Apply MRS. REES, Manageress. Telephone 2205. HYL.-VISITORS will find every comfort at Xv the NEW MARINE HYDRO during the present season. Close to golf links. Facing the sea. NORTH WALES.— CARNARVON BAY HOTEL and BUNGALOW near Snowdon; magnificent scenery; 60 rooms, well furnished; excellent cuisine boating, bathing, fishing (sea and river), riding, driving. Terms very moderate. SOUTHPORT SUNNYSIDE HYDRO. 8 Phys.: Dr. BARNARDO. Summer and Winter Residence; one of the handsomest buildings in Southport, centrally situated, replete with every comfort; fine sea view, near parks, pier, and trams. Summer terms from 6s. per day, including Turkish, Russian, and other Baths; Massage and Galvanism. J. BOOCOCK, Proprietor. M- '£'MMM NEW ZEALAND. REDUCEO FARES. Intending Settlers approved by the Agent-General receive Passages at Reduced Rates by the NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO.'S and the SHAW, SAVILL & ALBION CO.'S Steamers. Apply to AGENT-GENERAL FOR NEW ZEALAND, 13, Victoria-street, London, S. W. Also to Agents for the above-mentioned Com- panies.-T. HORABIN, 16,Newgate-street, Chester. WHITE STAR LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. NOTICE.—The Steamers of this Line follow the specified Outward and Homeward Tracks adopted by the leading Liverpool and New York Steamship Companies. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK, via QUEENSTOWN, every WEDNESDAY. GERMANIC.Wed., Sept.22 I BRITANNIC ..Wed., Oct. 6 ♦TEUTONIC.Wed, Sept. 29 | 'MAJESTIC..Wed., Oct. 13 Second Cabin will be carried on the voyages marked thus* Cotton not carried on Passenger Steamers. Steerage Passage at Low Rates, including Outfit free of charge to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, or Baltimore. Superior accommodation at moderate fares for Saloon and Second Cabin; also through bookings to China, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia. For further particulars apply to W. COVENTRY, 41, Watergate-street, Chester; or to ISM AY, IMRIE, and CO.,10, Water-street, Liverpool. BEAVER LINE. LIVERPOOL TO QUEBEC A*D MONTREAL WEEKLY. Lowest Through Rates to TORONTO, HAMIL- TON, LONDON, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, CHICAGO BUFFALO, DETROIT, and the principal towns in NE W BRUNSWICK, &c. Superior Accommodation at lowest rates for Saloon, Second Cabin and Steerage Passages. For Freight or Passage apply to D. & C. MACIVER, Managers, Albert Square, Manchester, and Tower Buildings, Liverpool. jjfia,. EMIGRATION. ALL THOSE WHO DESIRE ORMATION ABOUT The i .Jn«ura' Resources of Canada, the North-West Territories, and British Columbia, and of the Gold Fields in Ontario and British Columbia, SHOULD WKITH TO ifv»»i.S5?THER8' 19' Ja"!es Street, WUIJ, FOR THEIR HANDBOOK IN» 1'AM- FHLETS, WHICH ARK SKNT FRPE. CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, W MEXICO, TEXAS, For Health, Pleasure, and Profit. Reli-ible information as to FRUIT GROWING, FARMING, HUNTING, FISHING, &c., sent free. Tours and bingle Trips affort iug choica of several routes. Lowest rates for all classes.-Apply to Bun. FALCK, General European Age* Southern Pacific Company, 25, Water-street, Liverpool; 18, Cockspur-street, S.W., and 49, Leadenhall-street, E.C., London. MISS KATE BEESLEY, PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION (Pupil of Miss BATEMAN, London), RECEIVES PUPILS FOR RECITATIONS, STAGE, Ac. CONCERTS AND AT HOMES ATTENDED. Address: Miss KATE BEESLEY, care of Messrs. Phillipson & Golder, Eastgate Row, Chester. WRIGHT'S HAIRDRESSING ROOMS. Electric Power Hair Brushing. WIDOW WELCH'S PILLS FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS. MRS. SMITHEF, Grand-daughter to the Widow Welch, continues to prepare this celebrated Medicine from the only original and genuine Family Recipe. Its just celebrity f all Female Complaints has obtained for it a m.st extensive and increasing I demand. Purchaseh should therefore attend to the following CAUT1 N.—To be careful that what they purchase is prepared by Mrs. Smithers, who is the only person in possession of the ORIGINAL RECIPE. Hie genuine are wrapped in Blue Paper, and signed on the Outside label by Mrs. Smithers, and the names of the Sole Wholesale Agents, W. EDWARDS & SON, 157, Queen Victoria Street," formerly of 67, St. Paul's, London, are engraved on the Government Stamp. Sold in boxes at 2s. 9d„ ] each, by most Chemists. | lEfoucattonal .# -# ARNOLD HOUSE SCHOOL, JLJL CHESTER. REV. A. H. FISH, B.A., B.Sc. The School provides a Sound, Liberal Education for Boys intended for Business or Professional Life, and Careful Preparation for the Public Schools. Playing Field, Gymnasium, Laboratory, Work- Shop. Terms inclusive. Examination successes this year include 10th Place R M.A., Woolwich (obtained direct from School), the Centre Prizes for Mathematics (Senior) for Best Senior Boy and for Mathematics (Senior) for Best Senior Boy and Best Junior Boy in the last Cambridge Local Examination. The NEXT TERM will commence THURSDAY, September 16th. SCHOOL OF COMMERCE, O 32, DUKE-STREET. School Duties Resumed September 7th. SCHOOL OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS TRAINING COLLEGE, 32, DUKE STREET, AND CITY WALLS (opposite Floating'Bath). A Technical School for Business Training; boys, girls, adults, trained in shortest possible time, at least expense appointments found. The Junior School, open to Boys of all ages as day pupils and boarders. Sound Commercial Education, including Rapid Business Writing, Book-keeping, Shorthand, Type Writing, &c. Special preparation for all preliminary examina- tions-Legal, Medical, Pharmaceutical, Chartered Accountant, and Dental. Hundreds of successful candidates. Adults taught in the day or evening. No classes. Ladies or gentlemen can have a private room, enter and leave the premises without seeing or being seen by other pupils. Full prospectus, containing outline of course of I study, forwarded free to any address. LOUIS HYDE, Director. THOROUGH TUITION ON THE VIOLIN.— JL HERR VEERMAN, Solo Violinist (late member of Sir Charles Orchestra), begs to announce that he has a few VACANCIES for Pupils. Will also open an Evening Class for young beginners, on moderate terms, which may be had on applica- tion.-Address Netherland House, King-st., Chester. HE QUEEN'S SCHOOL, CHESTER. A HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Pupils prepared for the Cambridge Local Exams. and for the London Matric., but the school course is carefully modified to suit delicate or backward girls. Special attention is given to the education of the younger Pupils, and one of the mistresses in the Lower School holds a kindergarten certificate. Boarding-houses can be recommended in connec- tion with the school. For Prospectus and other information apply to the Hon. Secretary, John Thompson, Esq., Nether- leigh, Chester. The AUTUMN TERM will begin on TUESDAY, September 21st. and the HEADMISTRESS will be at home to Visitors on Monday, the 20th, both morning and afternoon. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL JD FOR GIRLS. 3, KING'S BUILDINGS, CHESTER. PRINCIPAL: MRS. STAINTON. NEXT TERM will begin on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd. MISS GREEN'S KINDERGARTEN and PREPARATORY BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for Little Boys will Re-commence FRIDAY, September 17th.—Hampton Lodge, 8, Liverpool-road. ABBOTS MOUNT, CHESTER. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, conducted by MISS M. K. MONTGOMERY, B.A. (Lond.), and MISS E. K. McCONNELL, M.A. (Victoria). Kindergarten Class under trained and experienced Kindergarten Mistress. NEXT TERM will begin SEPT. 22ND. PREPARATORY SCHOOL, 5, RAYMOND- JL STREET, CHESTER. MISS HARRIS. NEXT TERM will begin MONDAY, Sept. 20th, 1897. MISS A. PYE, Certified Art Mistress, gives LESSONS in DRAWING and PAINTING, in Chester, Hawarden, &c. Term commences Sept. 20th.— Address: The Studio, 23, Bridge-street Row, Chester. ISS LOUISE CESTRIA, R.C.M., RESUMES LESSONS IN SINGING & VOICE PRODUCTION MONDAY, September 13th. Music Studio: 52, BRIDGE-ST. ROW (W.). Chester. ADAME SABATINI has returned from Milan, and will RESUME LESSONS in SINGING and VOICE CULTIVATION Sept. 17th. Visits Cheater every Friday.—Apply Mrs. DALE, Music Warehouse, Bridge-street Row; or by letter to 9, Canning-street, Liverpool. OAKLEIGH HOUSE SCHOOL, LITTLE SUTTON, CHESHIRE. High-class School for Gentlemen's Daughters. NEXT TERM begins September 20th. Principals: THE MISSES DIXON. ARCVILLE COLLEGE. JLTL EAST PARADE, RHYL. PRINCIPAL: MISS MERCIER, assisted by fully qualified Resident and Visiting Teachers. Pupils may be prepared for the following: Universities' Local Examinations, College of Preceptors, South Ken. sington (Science and Art), Boyal College and Academy of Music, and Trinity College; Music. French, German, and Spanish are taught conversa. tionally and grammatically. Entire charge of girls whose parents are abroad. Home comforts and care. TERM SEPTEMBER 21ST. THE ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE R.A.M. & R.C.M FOR LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC. President: H.R.H. THE PRINCE or WALES, K.G. THOMAS THRELFALL, Esq., Chairman. The Hon.G. W SPENCEBLTTTELTON.O. B, Deputy Chairman. Local Centre Examinations. See Syllabus A. School Examinations. See Syllabus B. Copies of either Syllabus, in which important altera- tions will be found, post free on application to the Central Office, 32, Maddox street, London, W. SAMUEL AITKEN, Hon. Sec. ISAAC WILLIAMS AND SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, & GAS FITTERS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. Plumbers' Brasswork of all descriptions; Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, &c. Glass of all qualities and patterns kept in Stock. gOT WATER WORK, WROUGHT IRON WORK, HURDLES, FENCING GATES, ORNAMENTAL PALISADING, VERANDAHS, &c. Repairing of all kinds in connection with an Ironmongery Business. Locks, Keys, Wire and Electric Bells. THOS. 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