l'aLBPlIONlII 99. ESTABLISHED 1836. HENRY VIGGARS, ZEALAND PRODUCE STORES. WATERGATE STREET, Bega to inform his patrons and friends that he has at all times in stock a fresh and carefully-Beleoted variety of BRITISH AND FOREIGN FRUITS, and a large Daily Supply of VEGETABLES & GENERAL MARKET PRODUCE, principally grown on his Sealand Farms. ALL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PUOMFTL> ATTENDED TO AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
DINNER & DESSERT WINES RED- CLARET, BURGUNDY, PORT, GREEK, AUSTRALIAN, HUNGARIAN. WHITE- SHERRY, MARSALA, MADEIRA, HOCK, MOSELLE, SAUTERNE. BURGUNDY, CHAMPAGNE, SAUMUR. A variety of OLD SCOTCH & IRISH WHISKIES of the very finest quality. Quotations & Detailed Price Lists on application. THOS. WELSBY & CO. (ESTABLISHED 1813), ••• WINE MERCHANTS, £ CHESTER. Telephone No. 41.
Public Announcements. J>0 YAL TY^HE AT RE, CITY ROAD, CHESTER. I Sole Proprietor and Besponsible Manager: Mr. JAS. W. CARTER. TO-NIGHT AND DURING THE WEEK, 'One of the Most Important Engagements of the Season, Mr. GEO. EDWARDES' GAIETY COMPANY in THE CIRCUS GIRL.' ^AN PHILLIPSON & GOLDER'S, Eastgate MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. Positively for Two Weeks only, commencing MONDAY, Oct. 11th. Nightly at 7-45. Doors open at 7-15. GRAND SPECIAL DAY PERFORMANCES on Wednesdays & Saturdays at 3. Doors open at 2-30. PRICES OF ADMISSION :-38., 2a., Is., and 6d. Seats may be booked and Plan of the Hall seen at Messrs. Phillipson & Golder's. MR. JOSEPH "pOOLE'S MYRIORAMA! SIGHTS OF THE WORLD! Jiat added-The Turco-Greek War, The Jubilee Procession in London, The Loss of H.M.S. Victoria, and a Magnificent Senic Spectacle, entitled The Derby Day. ^Portant Engagement, at Enormous Expense, of Improved CINEMATOGRAPH! The most ■pj^^fvellous Invention of the present Century. NGlST and ORSA, Musical Grotesques and ■^ccentric Comedians. and SELBY, in their Comic Conjuring osetch, entitled 'I Showed 'Em.' lilss MAY FINCH, the Charming Serio-Comic bong and Dance Artiste. llERR, VOGELER, the Celebrated Tight Wire Walker, in New & Graceful Feats of Funambulism. V. JEAN DE HENAU. Artist of the Brussels p.yal Academy. This Artist will Paint an Oil in ten minutes with his feet, concluding with his Extraordinary Musical Entertainment. "DLLE. BENA ALADINA, who will introduce her Extraordinary Troupe of Performing Cockatoos. 5* J'ELIX SOMERS, the Facial King, in his New ntertainment, entitled—'People we know,' introducing Celebrities past and present. ltlt- FRED MAYER, Guide, Elocutionist, Humorist, Vocalist. &c. TilE MARVELLOUS SALETOS, Continental Gymnasts, in their unique Entertainment. THE WHOLE ACCOMPANIED BY A GRAND ORCHESTRAL BAND! ST. MARY BAZAAR. THE ABOVE WILL BE HELD IN THE HANDBRIDGE SCHOOLS, ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT, THE 8TH AND 9TH OCTOBER. Th —— Proceedings will be Opened on the First Day by LA.Dy LETTICE GROSVENOR At 3 p.m.. ail(j on the Second Day by HE MAYORESS (MRS. B. C. ROBERTS) At 2-30 p.m. PANTOMIME, CHILDREN'S ENTERTAINMENTS, VARIOUS COMPETITIONS, DRAMATIC PERFORMANCES, THE MASSA BAND, REFRESHMENTS, &c. 'onna °* Reserved Seats (for Dramatic Per- g°LDBr. °%) at Messra. PHILLIPSON and A Day First Day, Is. 6d and 6d.; Second —and 3d. Season Tickets, 2s. each. JARVIN PARISH BAZAAR WILL BB HELD IN THE NATIONAL SCHOOLS, TARVIN, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, OCT. 13 & 14,1897. LADY PATRONESSES Grace the Duchess of Westminster, the Countess Grosvenor, the Lady Grey-Egerton, the jtadies Baillie Hamilton, the Mayoress of Chester, ~Jr8. Pitcairn Campbell, Mrs. France-Hayhurst, fjrs- John Gamon, Mrs. Gordon Houghton, Miss ttayes, Mrs. Jayne, Mrs. Mann, Mrs. George Okell, Mrs. Edward Ould, Mrs. Charlton Parr, airs. Stock, Mrs. Tomkinson, Mrs. Wodehouse. LA.IN AND FANCY STALLS. DAIRY PRODUCE. TEA AND REFRESHMENTS. AJ °? and Instrumental Concerts by leading Conjuring and Ventriloquism by ^^ir, Dramatic Recitations by Miss jr jBeesley, Palmistry, and other attractions. t Trimming and Washing Competitions. 2 n e BAZAAR will be Opened First Day, at by Her Grace the DUCHESS of WEST- Second Day, at 2.0 p.m., by the LADY UREY-EGERTON. lk]D]WlssioN -First Day, 2 to 7 p.m., One -filing; 7 to 10 p.m., Sixpence. Second Day, 2 to SjP.m., One Shilling 5 to 10, Sixpence. Season *ckets, One Shilling and Sixpence R. PRICE, Treasurer. A. H. SHURROCK, Secretary. BOUGHTON HALL CRICKET CLUB BAZAAR. NOTICE. at th? (postponed in consequence of the V? the a Hall in March last) will be held VVEDNESIW* SCHOOL, on TUESDAY and P-J. DECEMBER 21st and 22nd. ^^VVAfiD HODKINSON, Hon. Sec., 35, Pepper-street, Chester. NOTICE. TIlE CHESHIRE DAIRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD ITS GREAT ANNUAL DAIRY SHOW IN THE MARKET HALL, CHESTER, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19TH & 20TH, 1897. ..£220 TO BE GIVEN IN PRIZES. SPECIAL CLASS for LONG KEEPING ^ESE. For particulars apply to the Secretary. CLOSE OCTOBER 9TH. or Prize List, &c., apply to the Secretary, ROBERT CHALLINOR, Old Bank Buildings, Chester. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ^HESTER FANCIERS' ASSOCIATION. THE 6TH ANNUAL SHOW POULTRY, PIGEONS & CAGE BIRDS WILL BE HELD IN THE VOLUNTEER DRILL HALL, CHESTER, S On NOVEMBER 2nd & 3rd, 1897. cWules shortly ready. 6 li%w EDWARD ANDREWS, Secretary. gate street, Chester. SEASON 1897-8. I OKATO gATJSAGrE s k (ORIGINAL). Now commenced making. ^OCH FYNNE KIPPERS. I O]ŒD ENGLISH TONGUES AND BATH CHAPS. T J. LITTLE & SONS, | 1, EASTGATE ROW, 'CHESTER. I #1 FK^NR'IIIW toh.R.H.THE BY SPECIAL PRINCE OF APPOINTMENT UJIIMI WALES. W. & F. BROWN & Co.) CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. JJ OUSE AGENTS. PROPRIETORS Of WAREHOUSES FOR STORING w FURNITURE. VANS FOR REMOVING FURNITURE. Low PRICE AND RATES. Public flotices. OCTOBER 10TH, 1897. HOSPITAL SUNDAY. OCTOBER 10TH, 1897. 1VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 1.1 that the PARTNERSHIP, which has for some time past been carried on by JOHN TAYLOR and GEORGE TAYLOR, under the firm of TAYLOR and SON, at Queen-street, in the City of Chester., in the trade or business of Painters and Decorators, was this day DISSOLVED by mutual consent. All Debts due to and owing by the said firm, will be received and paid by the said GEORGE TAYLOR, by whom the said business will in future be carried on, under the same name of Taylor and Son. As witness our hands, this 28th day of September; 1897. JOHN TAYLOR. GEORGE TAYLOR. JOHN TAYLOR desires to express CJ his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public generally for the kindness and support he has received from them for many years, which, while taking this opportunity to acknowledge, he hopes may be continued to his son and successor. NOTICE. THE BUSINESS carried on by the late W. M. BURTON, at 12, Foregate-street, Chester, has been transferred to ROLAND DAWSON, 46, Foregate-street. IVFOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ll the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the COUNTY OF CHESTER will be holden at the COURT HOUSE, KNUTSFORD, in and for the said County, on MONDAY, the 18th day of October next, at half-past eleven o clock in the Forenoon, when the Grand Jury will be empannelled. The hearing of all Appeals arising within the Hundreds of Bucklow, Macclesfield, and Northwich, forming the Knutsford District, and the trials of all prisoners committed from such Hundreds, will take place at such Sessions. The Grand and Petty Juries for the Knutsford District must be in attendance at the Court House, Knutsford, at the opening of the Court on MONDAY, the 18th day of October, at half-past eleven o'clock in the Fore- noon. The COURT will be Adjourned to the Castle of Chester, on THURSDAY, the 21st day of October next, at eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, when another Grand Jury will be empannelled. The hearing of all Appeals arising within the Hundreds of Broxton, Eddisbury, Nantwich, and Wirral, forming the Chester district, and the trials of all prisoners committed from the last-mentioned Hundreds will take place at such Adjourned Sessions. The Grand and Petty Juries for the Chester District must be in attendance at the Castle of Chester, at the opening of the Court on THURSDAY, the 21st day of October next, at eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. REGINALD POTTS, Clerk of the Peace for the County of Chester. Chester, 27th September, 1897. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888, AND THE RIVERS POLLUTION PREVENTION ACTS, 1876 AND 1893. To the County Councils of the Counties of Chester, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth, and Salop To the Council of the County Borough of Chester; To the Councils of the several Urban and Rural Districts in the said Counties; To the Inhabitants of the said Counties; and to all others whom it may concern. WHEREAS the County Councils of the administrative Counties of Chester and Flint and the Council of the County Borough of Chester have under Sub section 3 of Section 14 of the Local Government Act, 1888, made application to the Local Government Board to constitute by Provisional Order a Joint Committee representing all the administrative Counties through or by which the River Dee, above the Weir at the Old Bridge at Chester, or any tributary thereof passes, and to confer on such Committee the powers of a Sanitary Authority under the Rivers Pollution Prevention Act. 1876 AND WHEREAS it is proposed that a Provi- sional Order should be issued constituting a Joint Committee or other body in respect of the whole or some of the administrative Counties aforesaid NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that R. BRUCE Low, Esquire, M.D., and FREDERICK HERBERT TULLOCH, Esquire, M.Inst.C.E., Inspectors of the said Board, will attend at CHESTER CASTLE on THURSDAY, the 7th day of October, 1897, at a quarter past 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to hold a LOCAL INQUIRY into the subject matter of the said application AND NOTICE IS HERBY FURTHER GIVEN that any person interested may attend at such Inquiry, and be heard with reference to the said application. r As witness my hand this Twenty-second day of September, 1897, at the office of the Local Govern. ment Board, Whitehall, London. S. B. PROVIS, Assistant Secretary. I; fEtoucattonaL ARCVILLE COLLEGE. A 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), Royal College and Academy of Music, and Trinity College; Music. French, German, and Spanish are taught conversa. tionally and grammatically. En,tire charge of girls whose parents are abroad. Home comforts and care. HOROUGH TUITION ON THE VIOLIN.- L 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- u™ _A fibrosa Nether land House, King-st., Chester. HE ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE R.A.M. & R.C.M. FOR LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IK MUSIC. President: H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, E.G. THOMAS THRELFALL, Esq., Chairman. The Hon,G. W SPENCERLYTTELTON ,C. B, DeputyChairman. Local Centre Examinations. See Syllabus A. School Examinations. See Syllabus B. Copies of either Syllabus in which important altera- tions wiU be found, post free on application to the Central Office, 32, Maddox-street, London, W. central w SAMUEL AITKBN, Hon. Sec. CYCLES! CYCLES!! CYCLES! IDIE MAZFPPAI CYCLES, HIGHEST GRADE. 1897 Pattens now ready. Call and inspect our special GEORGE & CO., CYCLE FACTOBS. SCOTLAIfD RoAD, LIVBRPOOL, opposite Crane" Sons. Telephone 1915. T NORTHGATE BREWERY COMPANY'S PRIME CHESTER ALES. I Al C 11 E BY TO SPECIAL wMS&SffiM HER MAJESTY APPOINTMENT THE QUEEN AND H.R.H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. GROWN & QO., MERCERS, CHESTER. LATEST NOVELTIES. FRENCH MILLINERY. FRENCH MANTLES, CAPES. TAILOR-MADE COAT AND SKIRTS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. NEW DRESS FABRICS. EXCELLENT FIT AND LATEST STYLES IN DRESSMAKING. Eentoers. I CHESTER UNION. 1 THE Guardians of the Poor of the Chester Union invite TENDERS for WHITEWASH- ING, COLOURING, PAINTING, &c., at the Union Workhouse, Hoole. Specifications and all other information can be obtained on application to the WORKHOUSE, MSeak>d Tenders to be sent to me, not later than 4 p.m. on MONDAY, the 11th October, 1897. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. j By order, WILLIAM TURNOCK, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Hoole, Chester, 30th Sept., 1897. CHESTER UNION. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. THE Guardians of the Poor of the Chester Union invite TENSERS for SUNDRY REPAIRS, at the Union Workhouse, Hoole. Specifications and all other information can be obtained on application to the Board's architects, Messrs. J. H. DAVIES & SONS, Newgate-street, Chester. Sealed Tenders, endorsed Repairs, must be delivered to me not later than 4 p.m., on MONDAY, the 11th October, 1897. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. By Order, WILLIAM TURNOCK. Clerk to the Guardians. Union Offices, Hoole, Chester, 30th September, 1897. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. THE Directors of this Company are prepared to receive TENDERS for the Supply of the undermentioned STORKS from the 1st. of December next to the 30th of November, 1898. 1. Bricks and Tiles 26. Tin ware and Lamp 2. Lime, Plaster of Paris Work. and Cement 27. Wire-Iron and Steel 3. Stone, Slate, Drain 28. Fish Plates & Bolts, Pipes,Crucibles,&c. Iron Rivets, Bolts 4. Fire Bricks and Fire and Nuts, &c. Clay 29. Nails, Screws, &c. 5. Glass—Plate & Sheet 30. Chain 6. LampGlasses,Globes, 31. Cast-iron Pipes and Tubes, &c. Rain Water Goods 7 & 8. Drysalteries, 32. Locks Emery, Soap, &c. 33. Steel Tools (Files, 9. Acids, Alkalis, &c. Saws, Shovels, &e. 10. Oils, Turpentine, &c. 34,35,&36. Ironmongery, 11, Colsurs, Paints, &e. General 12. Varnishes 37. Brasswork&Pressure 13. Brooms and Brushes Guages 14. Baskets, Sponge, &c. 38. Gas Fittings, Brass 15. Rope and Cordage. 39. Galvanised Goods 16. Leather 40. Sanitary Fittings,&c. 17. India Rubber Goods 41. Tubes—Iron & Steel 18. Telegraph Instru- 42. Waste&LampCottons ments 43. Canvas, Floorcloth, 19. Telegraph Apparatus &c. 20. Copper Wire, G P. 44. Carpets, Cloths, Wire, &c. Calico, &c. 21. Telegraph Ironwork 45. Carriage Trimmings and Tools and Horse Hair 22. Telegraph Drysalt- 46. Handles,Spraggs,&c. eries 47. Fencing 23. Electric Light Car- 48. Telegraph Poles and bons. Yellow Pine 23A. Electric Lamps, In- 49. Horse Harness Fit- candescent tings 24. Zinc, Tin, Antimony, 50. Leather for Horse CopperPipes,Brass, Department &e. 51. Mineral Oils 25. Tin Plates 52. Sundries Samples and patterns may be seen at Swindon, from the 11th to the 21st instant, on application at the Office of the Stores Saperintendent, Swindon. Specifications with Forms of Tender (upon which alone Tenders can be received) may be obtained at the Office of the Stores Superintendent at Swindon. Tenders addressed to the undersigned, and marked outside Tender for Stores," will be received on or before MONDAY, the 25th instant. The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. G. K. MILLS, Secretary. Paddington Station, London, 1st October, 1897. hotels, J11!broS, kc. E SW ALL. HOTEL ~^T I C T O R I A. RESIDENTIAL HOTEL. Delightful climate. Highly recommended by the Medical Profession, being sheltered from the North and East winds by the Heswall Hills. Magnificent views of the River Dee and Welsh Mountains. Healthiest and most picturesque part of Cheshire. SPECIAL TERMS FOR WEKK ENDS. Apply Mfes. REES, Manageress. Telephone 2205. HYL.-VISITORS will find every comfort at Ji, the NEW MARINE HYDRO during the present season. Close to golf links. Facing the sea. OUTHPORT SUNNYSIDE HYDRO. SO 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. publications* JUST PUBLISHED. LONGRIDGE'S /GLOSSARY OP MINING TERMS, \J" With Illustrations&Geological SurveyMapSigns. PRICE, 2s. 6d. POSTAGE, 2d. It is a book which will naturallv be much appreciated among holders of mining shares, as it will render the technicalities of a report intelligible to the uninitiated. —Financial Times. •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. 'THE MINING JOURNAL,' 18, Finch Lane, E.C., and 3, Dorset Buildings, Salisbury Square. E.C. New Edition. Just published, post free, 6 stamps. A TREATISE ON NERVOUS DISEASES and WEAKNESS in MEN, with a description of the most common-sense and Scientific Treatment ever introduced. I A. J.LEIGH,92 and 93, Great Russell-iit., London. RICHARD JONES' AUTUMN SHOW OF MILLINERY, MANTLES, AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTING. TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED FELT HATS IN NEWEST SHAPES. I FRENCH & ENGLISH MODELS. MANTLES. LEADING LINES IN JACKETS AND CAPES. BLACK SERGE CLOTH CIRCULAR CAPE, with real Astrachan collar _L^/11 COLOURED BEAVER CLOTH CAPES, in Fawn, Brown, Myrtle, etc., "I 0/"| "I Trimmed Black Thibet Collar -■-«■1—I- BLACK & COLOURED CLOTH JACKETS, Reefer and Cross-over 12/11 Shapes.—Special value ••• ••• -M-mdl ■ 1 BLACK & COLOURED ESQUIMAUX CLOTH JACKETS, in Five Leading Shapes, Black and all colours ••• NEW RUSSIAN & SAC BACK SHAPES, in Black and Coloured Jackets QA/. in a splendid range of cloths, all prices to about ••• ••• I CHILDREN'S OUTFITTING. NEWEST SHAPES IN CHILDREN'S PELISSE3, CHILDREN'S WALKING COATS, AND INFANTS ROBES. IMMENSE VARIETT. LADIES' FLANNELETTE AND WOVEN WINTER UNDER-CLOTHING.—VERT SPECIAL. A VISIT OF INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY INVITED. RICHARD JONES, 50, 52, 54. 56, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. HERE IS THE OPPORTUNITY! HIGH CLASS PIANOS. STEINWAY UPRIGHT GRAND, Ebonised Case- 100 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 70 Guineas. BECHSTEIN UPRIGHT OVERSTRUNG OBLIQUE GRAND, Rose- wood— 90 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 60 Guineas. BECHSTEIN UPFTJ 1HT OVERSTRUNG OBLIQUE GRAND, Oak 'Mediæval'- 75 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 50 Guineas. Wrought Iron Lamp, to match, 3 Guineas. BLUTHNER UPRIGHT OVERSTRUNG OBLIQUE GRAND, Rose- wood. 80 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 57 Guineas. SCHIEDMAYER UPRIGHT OVERSTRUNG OBLIQUE GRAND, Rosewood— 95 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 50 Guineas. BROAD WOOD UPRIGHT GRAND, Rosewood- 75 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 40 Guineas. COLLARD & COLLARD UPRIGHT GRAND, Rosewood- 68 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 38 Guineas. BRINSMEAD UPRIGHT 'SOSTENENTE' GRAND, Walnut- 68 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 38 Guineas. A. RICHARDSON, 43, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER; AND BANK BUILDINGS, REGENT-STREET, WREXHAM. NEW ZEALAND. REDUCED PARES. 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. I 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. TV 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. LIVEBPOOL to NEW YORK, via QUEENSTOWN, every WEDNESDAY. •MAJESTIC.Wed., Oct. 131.TEUTONIC..Wed.. Oct. 27 GERMANIC..Wed., Oct. 20 I BRITANNIC ..Wed., Nov. 3 Second Cabin will be carried on the voyages marked thus* Cotton not carried on Passenger Steamers. Steerage Passage at Low Bates, 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 W COVENTBY, 41, Watergate-street, Chester; or vo ISMAY, IMBIE, and CO., 10, Water-street, Liverpool. BEAVER LINE. LIVERPOOL TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL WEEKLY. Lowest Through Rates to TORONTO, HAMIL- TON, LONDON, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, CHICAGO, BUFFALO. DETROIT, and the principal towns in NEW BRUNSWICK, &c. Superior Accommodation at lowest rates for j Saloon, Second Cabin and Steerage Passages. For Freight or Passage apply to D. & C. MACIVER, Managers, Albert Square, Manchester, and Tower Buildings, Liverpool. ÜSJill /I COLD IN CANADA. KLONDYKE. All who desire information Respecting Klondyke and the Goldfields of Ontario and Brltisn Columbia should write to ALLAN BROS. & CO., 19, James St., Liverpool, for their MAPS and LEAFLETS regarding the above and the AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES OF CANADA, which are sent FREE. CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, MEXIOØ 1EXAS, For Health. Ploaia. and Profit. Reliable information as t-o FBUIT GROWING FARMING, HUNTING, FISHING, &c.,seat free. Tours and Single Trips affording choics of several routes. Lowest rates for all classes.—Apply to BUD. FALCK. General European Agent, Southern Pacific Company, 25, Water-street, Liverpool; lb, Cockspur•street, S.W., and 49, Leadenhall-street, B.C., London. A- MISS KATE BEESLEY, PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION (Pupil of Miss -BATKMAN, London), RECEIVES PUPILS FOR RECITATIONS, STAGE, &c. CONCERTS AND AT HOMES ATTENDED. Address: Miss KATE BEESLEY, care of Messrs Phillipson & Golder, Eastgate Row, Chester. T. H. BANKS BEGS to announce that he has taken over the Business of COAL & GRAVEL MERCHANT, FURNITURE REMOVER (ROAD OR RAIL), AND GENERAL CARTER, carried on by Mr. W. DAVIS. at ST. WERBURGH I MOUNT and CANAL BASIN WHARF, where all orders entrusted to him will receive prompt attention. WRIGHT'S H ATHDRESSTNft ROOMS. Electric Power Hair Brushing. WHEAT SOWING. Under the Special Patronage of HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, H.R.H. THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT, H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, And patronised by the Principal Noblemen, Land- owners and Agriculturists in the Kingdom. DOWN'S FARMERS'* FRIEND (CARBOLISED) Has stood the test of upwards of 55 years, and is acknowledged to be the safest and most effectual preventive of SMUT IN WHEAT, The Ravages of the Slug, Grub, and Wireworm, and the incursion of Rooks and Vermin. A Ninepenny Packet is sufficient for Six Bushels of Seed Wheat, which can be dressed and fit to sow in a quarter of an hour. MANUFACTORY WOBURN SANDS, BEDS. FASHIONABLE DUESS MATERIALS. IYEW REPP CLOTH, 3/6 ll in Autumn Tints. WOOL POPLINS, 2/3 TV a Firm Cloth very Fashionable. ALL WOOL SERGES, 1/6 very Durable. REPP BROCATELLA, L/LL Handsome Designs, beautiful Colours. CHEVIOT TWEEDS, 1/9 Suitable for Cycling. /COVERT COATING, 3/- Best West of England Manufacture. HABIT CLOTHS, 2/- Fashionable Autumn Colourings. OAKES& GRIFFITHS EASTGATE STREET. HOTO(JEAPHI OF THE HIGHEST CLASS ONLY. SPECIALLY SUCCESSFUL IN CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS, WEDDING GROUPS, CRICKET AND ATHLETIC GROUPS G. WATMOUGH WEBSTER, THE STUDIO, 33, BRIDGE-ST. ROW, CHESTER. —.——————.———————— THE pIONEER QOMPLETE JpURNISHING gTORES, 9 TO 19, BOLD STREET. LIVERPOOL, ONE OF THE LARGEST FURNISHING HOUSES IN THE KINGDOM. THE SECRET OF THE LOW PRICES IS THAT ALL GOODS ARE SOLD FOR CASH ONLY. THE SELECTION FROM AN CUSTOMERS Immense Stock. ENJOY Every Article Marked in THE Plain Figures. FOLLOWING ALL PURCHASES OVER 40s DELIVERED FREE ADVANTAGES. W T0 ANY RAILWAY STATION IN GREAT BRITAIN. Every Requisite for Complete Furnishing AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. CALL AND WALK THROUGH OUR 50 SHOW ROOMS OR SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE pIONEER Complete Furnishing Stores, 9 to 19, Bold Street, Liverpool. BALL P ROGRAMMES, MENU CARDS, CONCERT TICKETS, CONCERT POSTERS, AND PROGRAMMES. A PBETTT B.1.LL PROGRAMME or a tasteful MENU CARD is often retained as a. souvenir. We have a Splendid Variety in stock, to which we invite inspection. We also make a feature of COMMERCIAL and GENERAL PRINTING. Commercial Printing, to be carried on successfully, must be executed rapidly and economically. We fulfil our orders as quickly as any printer in the city, in the very best style, and at the lowest possible prices. BOOKBINDING & IJITHOGRAPHY. ENGRAVING ON COPPER-PLATE. THE COURANT PRINTING WORKS, THE CB08S, CHESTER. BY 8PECIAL APPOINTMENT TO JBL >>, H.R.H. HER MAJESTY THE PEINCK AND OF WALES. AND OF WALES. R. HOLLAND & SONS, CONFECTIONERS, JLASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT Cyclusts Catered for. Customers' CycLe. Stored without charge. WINES. TURTLE SOUP. CALF'S-FOOT JELLY. Highly Recommended for Invalids. AFTERNOON TEA. ICES. COOKED HAMS, TONGUES, GALANTINES. PRESSED BEEF, RAISED PIES. Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions. HIRE or PLATE, &C. WAITERS. WEDDING CAKES. All SiiM kept in stock. Illustrated Catalogues Gratis. Tolograva: Dollamdo, Chester." Telephone 37. AUTUMN GOODS. JOSEPHB ECKETT & CO. Are now prepared with a Large Stock of NEW AUTUMN DRESS FABRICS, COAT AND SKIRT COSTUMES, GOLF CLOAKS AND JACKETS, AUTUMN MILLINERY. FURS. A Large Stock of NEW FURS in Seal Paletots and Capes, Electrique Seal Capes, Fur lined Cloaks, Cravats in Sable, Skunk, Fox, and other Furs. N.B.—Ladies are reminded that the present is the best time for the Altering and Re-modelling of Seal Jackets and other Furs. Estimates furnisked. EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 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.). 8íir Inspection of the Works is specially in- vited on any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. THOMAS NORBURY (Fellow of the Institute of Sanitary Engineers), REGISTERED PLUMBER, GLAZIER, AND AUTHORISED GASFITTER, 26, CHARLES STREET, HOOLE. TELEPHONE 173. Any Orders left at HOEBUKI'S City Dining.Rooms, 20, Foregate Street wil receive every attention. HENRY LANCELEY & SON, ENGINEERS, BROOK STREET, CHESTER, MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM ENGINES, SAW BENCHES, BUILDERS IRONWORK, IRON & BRASS CASTINGS REPAIRS TO STEAM ENGINES OF ALL KINDS GENERAL MACHINERY, AC. ISAAC WILLIAMS AND SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, & GAS FITTERS, -t- CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. Plumbers' Brasswork of all descriptions; Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, &c. Glass of all qualities and patterns kept in Stock. COUNTY OF CHESTER. L IGHTS ON VEHICLES. THOS. WOOD & gON, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER, Have a Large Selection of the REGULATION LAMPS. 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