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auction Uharp. Sales by MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS. & RICHARDSON. Sept. 21—At the Auction Mart, Foregate-street— Dutch Flowering Bulbs Sept. 25—At the Grosvenor Hotel—Houses and Land at Waverton Sept. 28 & 29—At the Auction Mart, Foregate- street- Household Furniture aad Effects Sept. 29—At the Patten Arms Hotel, Warrington— Land and Quarry at Helsby By MR. J. J. CUNNAH. Sept. 16—At the Smithfield, Chester-Horses, Carriages. &c. Sept. 21—At the Smithfield, Chester—Fat and Store Stock Sept. 22—At the Smithfield, Hooton—Fat and Store Stock Sept. 25—At the Grosvenor Hotel—Villa Residence and Dweling-Houses in Cambrian View and Cambrian Crescent Sept. 30—At the Smithfield, Chester-Stock Rams and Store Ewes Oct. 12—At the Smithfield, Chester—Annual Sale of Hill Ewes Oct. 14—At the Smithfield, Chester-Annual Show and Sale of Colts and Foals By MR. FRANK LLOYD. Oct. 5, 6, 7, & 8—At Wrexham—Horses By MESSRS. W. DEW & SON. Sept. 23—At Pentre Uchaf Farm, Abergele—Live and Dead Farm Stock By MESSRS. ALFRED MANSELL & CO. Sept. 16 & 17—At Shrewsbury Smithfield-Shrop- shire Sheep By MESSRS. W. G. PREECE & SON. Oct. 1- At Shrewsbury Smithfield Shropshire Sheep By MESSRS. LYTHALL & WALTERS. Sept. 21—At Sidway Hall, Market Drayton— Cows, Heifers, Bulls, and Shropshire Sheep MwoMo SALcs b AUCTION. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO., will SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY, September 21st, 1897, at 11 a.m., a Choice Assort- ment of DUTCH FLOWERING BULBS, including Crocus, Narcissus, Tulips, Hyacinths, &c. Catalogues may be had from the AUCTIONEERS. WAVERTON, NEAR CHESTER. Sale of Two Valuable Dwelling-Houses, with large Garden, situate near the 'Brown Cow' Inn, about half-a-mile from the Waverton Station, and about h*lf that distance from the new station now in course of erection. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. will SELL BY AUCTION, at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, on Saturday, the 25th September, 1897, at Two for Three o'clock punctually, subject to conditions— Two very Desirable Freehold DWELLING- HOUSES, known as Holly Bank' and 'Rose Cottage,' with the yards, out-offices, and large gardens belonging thereto, in the respective occupation of Mr. Beal and the Owner. The Property has a considerable frontage to a good road, and a portion of the Land is eligible for building. N.B.—For any further information apply to W. H. CHURTON, Esq., Solicitor; or the AUCTION- EERS, all of Chester. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will iwM hold their next SALE of Miscellaneous FURNITURE and EFFECTS, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 28tl^aijd 29th September, 1897. HELSBY, CHESHIRE. By Order of Mortgagees. Sale of Valuable BUILDING LAND and STONE QU ARRY, by Auction by MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO., at JjJL the Patten Arms Hotel, Warrington, on WEDNESDAY, September 29th, 1897, at Two for Three o'clock prompt, in one lot and subject to the conditions of sale of the Manchester Incor- porated Law Association and special conditions— All that Piece of BUILDING LAND and QUARRY, known as the 'Pump Lot,' situate on the westerly side of Helsby Hill, containing 8 acres 3 roods and 19 perches or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mr. Alfred Broady (excepting the Quarry, which is in hand). The Property commands extensive views of a fairly wooded country extending to Chester and the Welsh hills. There is upon the land a Bed of excellent Red Sandstone nearly 40 feet deep, and from the adjoin- ing quarry large quantities of stone have been supplied to the Birkenhead, Holyhead, and other dock and harbour works. For particulars and plan apply the Auctioneers, Messrs. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS, and RICHARDSON, Chester; Mr. CHAS. E. LINAKER, Estate Agent, Frodsham or Messrs. JEPSON and SON, Solicitors, 6, Booth-street, Mosley-street, Manchester. On THURSDAY NEXT, September 16th, 1897. CHESTER HORSE FAIR. AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MR. JOHN J. CUNNAH will hold his usual MONTHLY SALE of CART, HACK and HARNESS HORSES, COBS and PONIES, CAR- RIAGES, TRAPS, HARNESS, and SADDLERY. Sale at One o'clock prompt. Entries respectfully solicited, which will be received up to time of sale. On TUESDAY NEXT. 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 CAT1LE, SHEEP PIGS, ani CALVES, at the SMITHFIELD' HOOTON, at One o'clock prompt. Entries respectfully solicited. Sale of Freehold Villa Residence and Six Dwelling- Houses, in CAMBRIAN VIEW and CAMBRIAN CRESCENT, CHESTER. MR. JOHN J. CUNNAH is instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, September 25th, 1897, at 2.30 for 3 o'clock, subject to conditions to be then produced, the following Valuable FREE- HOLD PROPERTY :— LOT 1.—All that Newly-erected Detached RESI- DENCE, known as BROOK HOUSE,' situate in Cambrian View, in the occupation of Mr. R. Lamb. The House contains vestibule and entrance-hall laid with Minton tiles, drawing-room, dining-room, breakfast-room, six bedrooms, dressing-room, bath- room, w.c., kitchen, back kitshen, store-room, cellar, and usual outoffices. There is a garden back and front, and greenhouse, and the property commands extensive views of the Welsh Hills and the Estuary of the Dee. LOT 2.—All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, being No. 5, Cambrian Crescent, in the occupation of Mr. Harker. Yearly rent JE18, tenant paying rates. LOT 3.—All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, being No 7, Cambrian Crescent, in the occupation of Mr. Watts. Yearly rent JE18, tenant paying rates. LOT 4.—All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, being No. 9, Cambrian Crescent, in the occupation of Mr. Plevin. Yearly rent £18, tenant paying rates. LOT 5.—All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, being No. 11, Cambrian Crescent, in the occupation of Mr. Price. Yearly rent tenant paying rates. LOT 6.—All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, being No. 13, Cambrian Crescent, in the occupation of Mr. Davies. Yearly rent jE18, tenant paying rates. LOT 7.—All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, being No. 15. Cambrian Crescent, in the occupation of Mr. Richards. Yearly rent £1810s., tenant paying rates. The Six Houses, Lots 2 to 7. will first be offered in one lot, and if not sold will then be offered as lotted above. Each of these houses contains entrance-hall, two sitting-rooms, four bedrooms, kitchen, back kitchen, outside wash-house and w.c., and has a garden in front and a yard at back. The whole of the property is in a perfect state of repair. For further particulars apply to the Auc- TIONEER, Grosvenor Chambers; or to Messrs. BROWN & DOBIE, Solicitors, 45, Northgate-street, Chester. On THURSDAY, September 30th, 1897 at the SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MR. JOHN J- CUNNAH will hold his Annual Sale of STOCK RAMS and STORE EWES. Entries for which are respectfully solicited. Auction Offices Grosvenor Chambers, Chester. On TUESDAY, October 12th, 1897. At the SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MR. JOHN J. CUNNAH will hold his ANNUAL SALE of HILL EWES, com- prising 700 Grand Blackfaced Ewes, 300 Young Cheviot Ewes. On THURSDAY, October 14th, 1897. CHESTER HORSE FAIR. At the SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MR. JOHN J. CUNNAH will hold his ANNUAL SHOW and SALE of COLTS and FOALS. Prize Lists and entry forms from the AUCTIOK- XER, Grosvenor Chambers, Chester. SALES bs AUCTION. -F"" JOHN A. LYON cJ 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 close of Sale. Furniture stored in dry lock-up rooms. OFFICES 7, ST. WERBURGH-ST., & LINEN- HALL, CHESTER. 1,000 HORSES. £60 PRIZES. THE GREAT NORTH WALES QUARTERLY PRIZE HORSE SALES at WREXHAM, by FRANK LLOYD— JL? TUESDAY, October 5th, Harness Horses and Hunters. WEDNESDAY, Oct. 6th, Show Cobs and Ponies. THURSDAY, October 7th, Heavy Horses. FRIDAY, Oct. 8th, Young Horses and FoalShow. 500 Horses entered, limited to 1,000. Entries Close FRIDAY, September 24th. Prize List ready. PENTRE UCHAF FARM, ABERGELE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMING STOCK. MESSRS. W. DEW & SON are instructed by ivt the Executors of the late Mr. Evan Jones, deceased, to SELL BY AUCTION on the premises as above on THURSDAY, the 23rd September, 1897, commencing at 11 o'clock prompt, the whole of the Valuable LIVE AND DEAD FARM STOCK including some Valuable Cattle, Horses, Farm Implements, Harness, Hay. Wheat, Barley, Oats, Beans, &c., &c. Descriptive Catalogues may be obtained of the Principal Hotel in the district, the BAILIFF, at Pentre Uchaf Farm; or of the AUCTIONEERS, Wellfield, Bangor, and Trinity-square, Llandudno. To-Morrow (Thursday) and Friday Next. SHREWSBURY SALES, by ALFRED MANSELL & CO. 3,000 SHROPSHIRE SHEEP. The Great Autumnal and Final Sale of the Season will be held in the SHREWSBURY SMITH- FIELD. THURSDAY NEXT, Sept. 16th.—300 RAMS and RAM LAMBS also the entire Flock of A. E. W. Darby, Esq., Adcote. FRIDAY NEXT, Sept. 17th.—2,700 Shearling and Stock EWES, Clun Forest EWES, and Shrop- shire and Clun Forest WETHERS. Sale each day punctually at 10 o'clock. (^^Commissions to purchase will be carefully executed. Catalogues from ALFRED MANSELL & Co., College Hill, Shrewsbury. Telegrams—' Pedigree,' Shrewsbury. 2,000 SHROPSHIRE RAMS & EWES, AT SHREWSBURY, ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1ST, 1897. LAST GREAT SALE OF THE SEASON. MESSRS. W. G. PREECE & SON will SELL BY AUCTION, as above, with- out reserve, at SHREWSBURY SMITHFIELD— 2,000 SHROPSHIRE SHEEP, All of Flock Book Pedigree, and from the most eminent and reliable Breeders in the district. THE GREAT PRACTICAL SALE OF THE YEAH. and the best opportunity for obtaining the BEST CLASS OF THE PRACTICAL AND RENT-PAYING TYPES OF THE TRUE SHROP- SHIRES. 250 Grand CLUN EWES included. SIDWAY HALL, 1J miles from Pipe Gate Station (N.S.R.), three miles from Whitmore (L. and N.-W.R.), where conveyances meet trains, and six miles from Market Drayton. MR. E. SIMPSON'S ANNUAL SALE. LYTHALL & WALTERS will SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY NEXT, September 21st— 75 Grand Newly-Calved and Down-Calving SHORTHORN COWS and HEIFERS and their CALVES. These are nearly all rich roans from three to six years old, with deep massive frames and grand udders, and include nine prize-winners in Dairy Classes. 16 Prime Fat COWS and HEIFERS. 18 Yearling BULLS, HEIFERS, and STEERS, and 313 Well-bred SHROPSHIRE SHEEP, com- prising 100 splendid fat Wethers, 165 Theaves, 40 Lambs, and 8 Rams and Ram Lambs. Luncheon at Twelve. Sale at One o'clock. Catalogues from the AUCTIONEERS, Bingley Hall, Birmingham, who will execute commissions to purchase. IMPROVED WATERPROOF WAGON AND .L CART SHEETS. Prices4 by 3yds., 18s. 5 by 3, 2"28. 6 by 4, 6 by 5, 45.; 7 by 5, 52s.; 8 by 6, 72s. Marked name and address Free. 1000 always stocked; samples free. HARNESS AND SADDLERY—Four-in-hand, Dog Cart, Brougham, Trnp, Ac. Also Farmers' Light and Heavy CABT HARNESS in all local styles. HORSE CLOTHS—Waterproof Oilcloths, lined, beat quality, collar check. Prices :—36 by 5i in., 68. fid; 51 by 54 in" 9s. 6d.; 60 by 54 in., 10s.; 60 by 60, 10s. 6d. Other sizes proportionate prices. Used universally by 8;Jl"pOratioDs, te&mowners, farmers, coal merchants, furniture removers, etc. Samples free. ANDREW POTTER, Melbourne Works, Wolver- hampton, Maker to the Royal Farms. CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS -L OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES -— Houses to be Let, I Apartments to be Let, Situations Wanted, Money Wanted, 'i Situations Vacant, Miscellaneous Wants, Apartments Wanted, Lost or Found, And Articles to be Sold, Are inserted in the CHESTER COURANT at the undermentioned charges:— One Insertion (20 words) Is. Three Insertions „ 2s. 6d. And 3d. for each additional line—a line contains about eight words. .V- fro be Het. 'r. YST OF RESIDENCES, ISSUED MONTHLY, SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BROWN & CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. HOUSES TO LET. LAMONT, SON, & CO., J-* 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. Rent £ 20.— Apply by letter, Box 126, P.O., Chester. TO LET, HOUSE. No. 56, Watergate-st ,Chester. t Rent £40.-For particulars apply to Messrs. SHARPK & DAVISON, Solicitors, 12, Abbey-square, Chester. TO LET, or SOLD, HOUSE, Dee Banks, near river; three entertaining, five bedrooms; modern conveniences.—Apply SMITH, Dee Banks, Chester. TO LET, a commodious and well built HOUSE, known as Crook House,' Chester, suitable for offices, with large garden thereto.—For particu- lars apply to Messrs. SHARPE & DAVISON, Solicitors, 12, Abbey-square, Chester. PLUMBLEY.—TO LET, HOLFORD HALL JL 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, REDDISH HALL FARM, Reddish, near Stockport, now in the occupation of Thomas Henry Burgess, containing about 112 statute acres. — Apply to HILL and CORDINGLKY, 90, Old-street, Ashton-under-Lyne. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, PERCY HOUSE,' Eaton-road, Chester, containing 3 entertaining-rooms and 9 bed and dressing-rooms, bathrooms, two w.c's.—Apply G. F. ADAMS, 12, Abbey-square, Chester. HOUSE TO LET (quite new), in Vicarage- t M_ road, Hoole; two large entertaining-rooms with bay windows, two good kitchens and pantry, six bedrooms, bath, w.c., hot and cold water, large hall, good garden back and front. Rent £40. Apply ALBION HOTEL, Chester. HOUSE, NO. 9, BRIDGE PLACE—TO BE Jd 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. CHESTER.—DORCHESTER HOUSE 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. j Co be Soli. i. ON SALE, DOG-CART, in good condition.— P. POWELL, Coachbuilder, Chester. DOG CART FOR SALE, in good condition.— Apply W. & F. BROWN & Co., Eastgate Row, Chester. TO BE SOLD, a Pure-bred ALDERNEY COW and CALF; second calf.—Apply to COACH- MAN, Shotton Cottage, Queen's Ferry. 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. FOR SALE, STORE PIGS, Young Tamworth Jf Boars and Gilts; bred from prize winners, Cheshire Show, 1897. Also Large White York- shires.—For particulars apply DODD & SONS, 33, Bridge-street, Chester; or Little Mollington. SHUTTLEWORTH & SONS, Portmanteau, Bag, Dress Basket, and Trunk Manufacturers. Dress Baskets Re-covered and all Repairs by practical men. Show Rooms above shop, 40, Bridge-street, Chester. TEAM LAUNCH, to carry 16 passengers; o length 35ft., beam 6ft draught 2ft.; engines 32 h.p., by Hunter tubular marine boilers. In excellent condition; built to order.—To inspect apply WM. HALL, WATERIDGE, & OWEN, Auc- tioneers and Valuers, Shrewsbury, to whom offera 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. IMMOVABLE SCALPETTE, FROM £1 Is. TO £5 Ss. NEW WEB FRINGE, I HAIR COMBINGS FROM 5S. 6D. | MADE UP, 2s. PER OZ. TAILS OF PURE HAIR, 5s. 6D. TO 63s. DELICATE SHADES OF HAIR. T. 8EALES BROWN, 3, LEECE STREET. LIVERPOOL. Wanteb. ..J-I'J'oJ' WANTED, respectable GIRL, age 16, for two t V young children. — Apply LENEY, 415, Choiley Old-road, Bolton. WANTED, superior GENERAL SERVANT W for Chester, two in family, no washing, required early.—Address NEMO,' Courant Office. WANTED, a Daily GOVERNESS for one W girl, in the neighbourhood of Tarporley. —Address J. H., c/o Phillipson & Golder, Chester. AN energetic and trustworthy MAN Required, with good references. — Address P 52, Courant Office. AS Thorough MAID to one lady; experienced in all duties, good needle woman and packer, accustomed to travel.—F. CURWOOD, Rose Hill, Ruabon. LADY recommends Girl of 17, as Under HOUSE t J or PARLOUR-MAID 13 months in service, good character.—Mrs. J. SWETENHAM, Mostyn Hall, Chester. \\rANTED, FAMILIES' WASHING, by an T T experienced laundress; formerly laundress to Duncan Graham, Esq., of Willaston.—Address E. M., 15, Gladstone-road, Neston. WAITER, or Temporary Butler. Engage- VT ments solicited for weddings, balls, ban- quets, shooting parties, etc 25 years' experience. —Address WAITER, 8, St. Werburgh-street. AT THE REMBRANDT GALLERY, IN CASTLE-ST., LIVERPOOL, D UNTHORNE & JJROWN 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 ECONOMIC BANK, LIMITED, -t- 34, OLD BROAD-STREET, LONDON, E.C. 2, Interest allowed on Deposits, repayable on demand, on all sums up to JE500. 2 on minimum quarterly balance of current accounts when not drawn below £15. Cheques can be drawn for sums under JE1. All funds invested under the Trust Investment Act, or in Colonial Government Securities. No charge for keeping accounts. SAMUEL GURNEY MASSEY, Managing Trustee. UNION CREDIT BANK, LIMITED. (ESTABLISHED 1838.) Head Office 38, RENSHAW-ST., LIVERPOOL. ADVANCES made at unusual low rates upon personal security, deeds, shares, life policies, &c. Repayable by instalments or in one sum. Full particulars on application personally or by letter. 8) AGAINST ACCIDENT, FIRE, OR THEFT, Up to £10 for 7/6, JE15 for for 12/6; and Insure against PERSONAL ACCIDENTS WHILST RIDING, IN THE National Cycle & Motor Car Insurance Co., LIMITED, 33, KING WILLIAM STREET, LONDON. THE IMPROVEMENT OF LANDED ESTATES. THE LAND, LOAN, AND ENFRANCHISE- MENT COMPANY. (Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament). ADVANCES MONEY to LANDOWNERS for the Erection of Farm Buildings, Farm Labourers', Artisans', and Miners Cottages; Drainage, Water Supply, Road-making, and for the general Improvement of Land, including its development for Building purposes. Also for alterations and additions to Mansions, Stables, and Outbuildings, on Settled Estates, including their Sanitary Improvement and Electric Lighting. Advances can also be made for the Construction of Railways under the Light Railways Act. The amount borrowed being charged on the property benefited, and repaid by way of annuity. No investigation of title is necessary. Prospectus, forms, and further particulars may be obtained at the Company's offices. EDWIN GARROD, Secretary, No. 22, Great George-street, Westminster, S.W. DR. gCOTT'S pILLS The Safest Medicine. Mild but Effectual. DR. gCOTT'S pILLS Contain the finest drugs that can be procured. DR. jgCOTT'S pILLS Cure Sick Headaches and Nervous Depression. DR. gjCOTT'S pILLS Cure Indigestion and Restore the Appetite. DR. jgCOTT'S pILLS Strengthen and invigorate the whole Nervous System. DR. jgCOTT'S pILLS The best Family Aperient Medicine and Blood Purifier. DR. SCOTT'S pILLS Can be taken at any time without danger from wet or cold. DR. SCOTT'S pILLS Should be kept at hand by all Heads of households, to resort to on any slight occasion of ailing on the part of those under their charge, as by paying attention to the I regular action of the Stomach, Liver, and Bowels many a severe illness is avoided or mitigated. They il1 be found in slight cases by a single doso to restore health to the body, with a happy frame of mind. DR. SCOTT'S pILLS Are prepared only by W. LAMBERT, 173, SEYMOUR PLACE, London, W. Do not be persuaded by anyone to buy any other Medicine instead, but insist on having the right thing, which is wrapped in a square green packagc. MONEY LENT ON NOTE OF HAND ALONE, Without Fees, Costs, or Sureties, Repayable by Instalments or in one sum. SPECIAL TERMS TO FARMERS. Farmers requiring Money to increase their stock or to pay rent will find it to their advantage to write to me for terms before applying elsewhere. ALAN LLOYD, 29, PRINCZSS-ST., MANCHESTER. I GEORGE DAY IMPORTS ALL THE BEST BRANDS OF HAVANA CIGARS. SINGLE BOXES AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Real Imported Havanas, from 21/- per 100. HIGHEST QUALITY. LOWEST RATES. EVERYTHING OF THE BEST. AGENT FOR BARLING'S ■) LOEWE'S ) PIPES- EASTGATE STREET. CHESTER. Telegrams GRATITUDE, Liverpool.' Telephone (Central): No. 6,830. ALMOND & COBB, WHOLESALE AND EXPORT PAPER-HANGINGS MERCHANTS, -L 137, DALE STREET, LIVERPOOL. Lignomur, Lincrusta Walton, Anaglypta, Cordelova, also Japanese and other High-Class Decorations supplied. DONALD ALMOND, ROBT. COBB, Late Manager and Secretary respectively of Dean & Co., Ltd. CYCLES! CYCLES!! CYCLES! IDE 'MAZEPPA' CYCLES, HIGHEST GRADE. 1897 Patterns now ready. Call and inspect our special LADY'S PNEUMATIC Price X10 10 0 GENT'S do. do. ElO 0 0 Complets with all accessories and guaranteed for twelve months. Cash or easy payments. Write for our catalogue. GEORGE & CO., CYCLE FACTORS, SCOTLAND ROAD, LIVERPOOL, opposite Crane & Sons. Telephone 1915. EDWARD WILLIAMS, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, -L COLOURER, PAPER-HANGER, &c., 33, NICHOLAS STREET, CHESTER. Paper-Hangings of the Newest Designs kept in Stock. Pattern Books sent out to Select from. Estimates given for Town or Country Work. VIRK suN 0 INSURANCE OFFICE. A Sum insured in 1896 £ 388,952,800. For all particulars apply to the following Agents:— CHESTER MESSRS. CHEERS & HOPLEY, 6, Northgate-street. MESSRS. W. DENSON & SON, Northgate. TARPORLEY. MR. JOHN BURGESS.

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