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) Suction Btarp. Sales by MESSRS. CHURTON. ELPHICK. ROBERTS, A RICHARDSON. Sept. 29-At the Auction Mart, Foregate-street- Furniture, &c. Sept. 29-At the Patten Arms Hotel, Warrington- Property at Helsby Sept. 30—At the Great Western Goods Yard- Sleepers, &c. Oct. 4—At 52, Upper Northgate-street-Household Furniture, &c. Oct. 5 & 6-At the Auction Mart, Foregate-street- Furs, &c. By MR. J. J. CUNNAR. Sept. 29-At the Smithfield, Hooton-Rams and Store Ewes, Fat and Store Cattle, &c. Sept. 30—At the Smithfield, Chester-Stock Rams and Store Ewes Oct. 5 At the Smithfield, Chester Fat and Store Stock Oct. 5—At the Smithfield, Chester-Dutch Bulbs and Flowering Plants Oct. 6 At the Smithfield, Hooton Fat and Store Stock Oct. 12-At the Smithfield, Chester-Annual Sale of Hill Ewes Oot. 14-At the Smithfield, Chester-Annual Show and Sale of Qplta and Foals By MR. H. H. ETCHES. Sept. 30 A Oct. I-At Whitchurch (Salop)—Horses By MR. FRANK LLOYD. Oct. 5. 6, 7. & 8-At Wrexham—Horses and Ponies Oct. 25-At the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrexham- Freehold Brickworks at Wheatsheaf By MESSRS. W. G. PREECE & SON. Oct. I-At Shrewsbury Smithfield Shropshire Sheep By MESSRS. MACDONALD, FRASER & CO. Sept. 28-At Lairg, Sutherlandshire-Sheep Sept. 30 & Oct. 1—At Inverness—Sheep and Cattle Oct. 6, 7, & 8—At Perth Sheep and Cattle Sales bo Auction. This Day (Wednesday). AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will SELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, the 29th September, 1897, commencing at Eleven a.m. punctually, a large assortment of HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE and other Effects. Catalogues may be had from the AUCTIONEERS, Chester. This Day (Wednesday). HELSBY, CHESHIRE. By Order of Mortgagees. Sale of Valuable BUILDING LAND and STONE QUARRY, by Auction by MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO., at 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 wooaed 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. To-Morrow (Thursday). Sale of about 80 Tons of Hay, Railway Sleepers, Timbers, Firewood, &c., at the GREAT WESTERN GOODS YARD, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. have received instructions to SELL BY AUC- TION, on THURSDAY, Sept. 30th, 1897, com- mencing at Eleven o'clock a.m. punctually, the under-mentioned HAY. SLEEPERS, TIMBERS, and FIREWOOD, viz. SLEEPERS, TIMBERS, AND FIREWOOD, lying in the Great Western Goods Yard, Chester. 80 Stacks of Old Sleepers 18 Stacks of Old Timbers 13 Stacks of Firewood HAY. 2 Stacks of Hay, lying at Helsby Station 1 Stack of Hay, lying at Hooton Station 1 Stack of Hay, lying at Brymbo Station 1 Stack of Hay, lying at Parkgate Station N.B.—Any further information may be had from Mr. ADAMS, Permanent Way Inspector, at the Chester General Railway Station; or the Auc- TIONEERS, Chester. On Monday Next. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. HAVEj been favoured with instructions from Miss Pitts, who is leaving the neighbourhood, to SELL BY AUCTION, at No. 52, UPPER NORTHGATE- STREET, CHESTER, on MONDAY, the 4th Oct., 1897, commencing at 11 o'clock a.m. punctually, a portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including sets of iron and brass bedsteads, dining- room chairs, grandfather's clock, glass, china, and other miscellaneous rSucta. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK, & Co. will SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY. 5th and 6th October, 1897, com- mencing each day at 11 a.m. punctually, a large Stock of Fashionable YVINTEK, FURS, including valuable Sealskin Jackets and Capes, Bearskin and other Trimmings Sable, Beaver, Otter, and other Muffs Fur-lined Travelling Coats; Carriage and Hearth Rugs, Ac., &c. Catalogues may be had from the AUCTIONEERS. THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), Sept. 29th, 1897, at the SMITHFIELD, HOOTON. MR. JOHN J. CUNNAH will hold his ANNUAL SALE of RAMS and STORE EWES. The present entries comprise upwards of 40 Grand Shropshire and Leicester RAMS and RAM LAMBS. 6 Grand Border Leicester SHEARLINGS. TO Young CLUN EWES, and 600 First-rate CHEVIOT and BLACKFACED EWES. 100 Well-grown Cross-bred Leicester LAMBS. Sale at Twelve o'clock noon. Further entries respectfully solicited. Catalogues from the AUCTIONEER, Grosvenor Chambers, Chester. TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), Sept. 30th, 1897, at the SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MR JOHN J CUNNAH will hold his Annual Sale of STOCK RAMS and STORE EWES, comprising 60 Grand pedigree Shropshire Shearling RAMS, and RAM LAMBS 35 Pure-bred Leicester RAMS and well-grown RAM LAMBS 100 Young Shropshire and Clun EWES 150 Young Cheviot EWES 500 Black-faced EWES, correct in teeth 160 Cross-bred Leicester LAMBS 60 Black-faced Wether LAMBS. Sale at half-past Eloven punctually. Further entries respectfully solicited. Catalogues from the AUCTIONEER, Grosvenor Chambers, Chester. 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 TUESDAY, Oct. 5th, 1897, At the SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MR. JOHN J. CUNNAH will hold his ANNUAL SALE of DUTCH BULBS and FLOWERING ROOTS, at Three o'clock prompt. Catalogues from the AUCTIONEER. On WEDNESDAY NEXT. MR J. J. CUNNAH will hold his WEEKLY SALE of Fat and Store CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, and CALVES, at the SMITHFIELD, HOOTON, at One o'clock prompt. Entries respectfully solicited. 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 16TH ANNUAL SHOW and SALE of COLTS and FOALS, when the following PRIZES will be given:— £1 for the Best Cart Colt Foal. JE1 for the Best Cart Filly Foal. El for the Best Foal suitable for Harness or Hunting purposes. 91 for the Best Yearling Colt or Filly suitable for Agricultural purposes. JE1 for the Best Two-year-old Colt or Filly suitable for Agricultural purposes. JE1 for the Best Yearling Colt or Filly for Harness or Hunting purposes. £1 for the Best Two-year-old Colt or Filly for Harness or Hunting purposes. Judging at 11 o'clock. Sale at Half-past Twelve. Entry Forms from the AUCTIONEER, Grosvenor Chambers, Cheater. I Sales is Auction. "r-r, BY AUCTION, about 400 HORSES, at WHIT- CHURCH (SALOP), THURSDAY and FRIDAY NEXT, September 30th and October 1st. First Day Light Horses. Second Day Wagon and Lurry Horses, Colts and Foals. 438 in Prizes. Particulars in catalogues. Sale at Twelve. H. H. ETCHES, Auctioneer. JOHN A. LYON 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.—OCTOBER SALES. THE NORTH WALES QUARTERLY PRIZE HORSE SALES AND FOAL SHOW AT WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD'S GREAT SALES- TUESDAY, October 5th, Hunters and Harness Horses. WEDNESDAY, 6th, Small Horses, Show Cobs and Ponies. 50 Prize winners entered. THURSDAY, 7th, The Great Sale of Wagon Horses. FRIDAY, 8th, Shire Mares, Geldings, and Fillies and Foals of all classes. 750 Horses entered. Limit 1,000. VALUABLE FREEHOLD BRICKWORKS. MR. FRANK LLOYD has received instruc* tions from the Executor of the late Thomas Clayton, Esquire, to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrexham, on MONDAY, 25th October, 1897, at Three o'clock precisely, subject to conditions to be then pro- duced and read, the following Valuable Freehold PROPERTY :-All that FREEHOLD BRICKWORKS, situate at Wheatsheaf, Gwersyllt, about 2 miles from Wrexham, comprising 9a. 3r. lip. of Land, with the Plant, Machinery and Buildings, and other things necessary for the carrying on of the Works as a going concern. The Great Western and Wrexham, Mold and Connah's Quay Railways have sidings into the Works. N.B.—The Works will be offered together, with an option which the vendor has secured to purchase at a fixed price from an adjoining owner 5 acres of freehold land containing an excellent bed of clay, lying between the Great Western and Wrexham, Mold and Connah's Quay Railways. Plans and particulars can be obtained from the AUCTlONEER i and from MESSRS. EVAN MORRIS & CO., The Priory, Wrexham, Solicitors. On Friday Next. 2,000 SHROPSHIRE RAMS & EWES, AT SHREWSBURY, ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1ST, 1897. LAST GREAT SALE OF THE SEASON. MESSRS. W. G. PREECE & SON JJLL 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 YEAR, and the best opportunity for obtaining the BEST CLASS OF THE PRACTICAL AND RENT-PAYING TYPES OF THE TRUE SHROP- SHIRE. 250 Grand CLUN EWES included. Sale to commence at 10-30 sharp. Catalogues from, and Commissions executed by, W. G. PREECE & SON, Shrewsbury. MACDONALD. FRASER, & CO., JjLL LTD.'S GREAT AUTUMN SALES OF 90,000 HILL SHEEP, AND 4,200 WEST HIGHLAND, BLACK POLLED, and CROSS CATTLE, AT LAIRG, PERTH, AND INVERNESS. AT LAIRG, SUTHERLANDSHIRE. On TUESDAY, 28th Sept., at 12 noon, 3,000 Sutherland Cheviot EWES and GIMMERS, 1,000 Cheviot 2 and 3 year old WETHERS, the best in Scotland. AT INVERNESS AUCTION MART, Two Days' Sale of 26,000 Hill SHEEP and 1,200 CATTLE. THURSDAY, 30th Sept., at 11 am. 9,000 Cheviot and Blackface 1, 2, and 3 year old WETHERS. 4,000 Cheviot, Blackface, and Cross LAMBS. 1,200 Black Polled, West Highland, and Cross CATTLE. FRIDAY, lat. October, at 11 a.m. 7,000 Cheviot uncrossed cast EWES & GIMMERS. 6,000 Blackface uncrossed cast EWES and GIMMERS. NOTE.—The Inverness Sale comprises a first-class selection of Cheviot and Blackface Hill Sheep and West Highland and Black Polled Cattle. AT PERTH AUCTION MART. Great Annual Three Days Sale of 71,000 Black- face and Cheviot Hill SHEEP and LAMBS and 3,000 West Highland and Cross CATTLE. WEDNESDAY, 6th October, at 9.30 a.m. 28,000 Blackface and Cheviot cast EWES, all uncrossed, sound, hardy, Ewes, direct from the principal Hill Flocks in the North of Scotland. 1,400 West Highland BULLOCKS & HEIFERS, I 1, 2, and 3 year olds. THURSDAY, 7th October, at 10 alm. 30,000 Blackface and Cheviot WETHERS, 1, 2, and 3 year olds, the largest and best show in Scotland. FRIDAY, 8th October, at 10 a.m. J 10,000 Blackface, Cheviot, and Cross GIMMERS. 3,000 Greyface and Blackface LAMBS. ] 1,500 Cross CATTLE. 100 Milch COWS. N.B.—The attention of South Country Buyers is specially directed to the above well-known Sales, which comprise the largest and best selection obtainable of Scotch Hill Sheep and Cattle. Commissions executed for buyers unable to attend. MACDONALD, FRASER, & Co., LTD., Perth. IMPROVED WATERPROOF WAGON AND JL CART SHEETS. Prices :—4 by 3yds., 18s.; 5 by 3, 22s.: 6 by 4, 36s.: 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, Trap, &c. Also Farmers' Light and Heavy CART HARNESS in all loca< styles. HORSE CLOTHS-Waterproof Oilcloths, lined, best quality, collar check. Prices :—36 by 54 in., 6s. 9d; 51 by 54 in., 9s. 6d. 60 by 54 in., 10s.; 60 by 60, 10s. 6d. Other sizes proportionate prices. Used universally by oorporations, teamowners, farmers, coal merchants, furniture removers, etc. Samples free. ANDREW POTTER, Melbourne Works, Wolver- h amp ton, Maker to the Royal Farms. THE PROPRIETORS OF THE CHESTER COURANT BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE AT THEIR PRINTING WORKS, THE CROSS, CHESTER, THE BEST AND LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF NEW TYPE, AND THAT THEY CAN SUPPLY EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Fancy & Commercial Printing WITH PROMPTNESS AND ECONOMY. COMMERCIAL PRINTING. AUCTIONEERS' CATALOGUES, AUCTIONEERS' POSTERS, AUCTIONEERS' STATIONERY. LEGAL PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. MEMORANDA OF AGREEMENT AND ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION, DIVIDEND WARRANTS, PROXY FORMS. GENERAL PRINTING SUCH AS NOTE-HEADS, BILL-HEADS, INVOICE FORMS IN EVERY VARIETY, CONCERT PROGRAMMES, CONCERT POSTERS, TRADESMEN'S CIRCULARS, LABELS, TICKETS, &C. BOOKBINDING. LITHOGRAPHY. The Courant Printing Works, THE CROSS. CHESTER. 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 ) EASTGATE STREET. CHESTER. SEASON 1897-8. TOMATO SAUSAGE (ORIGINAL). Now commenced making. LOCH FYNNE KIPPERS. SMOKED ENGLISH TONGUES AND BATH CHAPS. J LITTLE & SONS, 1, EASTGATE ROW, 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. 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, M 34, OLD BROAD-STREET, LONDON, E.C. 2 Interest allowed on Deposits, repayable on demand, on all sums up to X500. 2 on minimum quarterly balance of current accounts when not drawn below £ 15. Cheques can be drawn for sums under Xl. 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. 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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, PRINCESS-ST., MANCHESTER. DR. SCOTT'S pILLS The Safest Medicine. Mild but Effectual. D R. SCOTT'S pILLS Contain the finest drugs that can be procured. TJR. ^COTT'S JpiLLS Cure Sick Headaches and Nervous Depression. jyn SCOTT'S pILLS Cure Indigestion and Restore the Appetite. JJR. SCOTT'S pILLS Strengthen and invigorate the whole Nervous System. D R. SCOTT'S pILLS The best Family Aperient Medicine and Blood Purifier. D R. SCOTT'S pILLS Can be taken at any time without danger from wet or cold. D R. 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 regular action of the Stomach, Liver, and Bowels, many a severe illness is avoided or mitigated. They will be found in slight cases by a single dose to restore health to tho body, with a happy frame of mind. D R. 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 package. CYCLES! CYCLES!! CYCLES! IIDE c MAZEPPA' CYCLES, HIGHEST GRADE. 1897 Patterns now ready. Call and inspect our special LADY'S PNEUMATIC Price .£10 10 0 GENT'S do. do. £ 10 0 0 Complete with all accessories and guaranteed for twelve months. Cash or easy payments. Write for our catalogue. GEORGE & CO., CYCI.E FACTORS, SCOTLAND ROAD, LIVERPOOL, opposite Crane & Sons. Telephone 1915. 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. QTTM lit SUN INSURANCE OFFICE. 0, « 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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