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auction Iharp. Sales, by MESSRS. CHUBTON. ELPBICfeL. ROBERTS, A RICHAKDSOV Nov. 17-At the Auction Mart, Fnrejrato-ftreet — Household Furniture and Effec ts Nov. 19 -At the Auction Mart, Forc»aie-*„re.<t Ornamental Shrubs and Plants Nov. 23 & 24-At the Auction Mart, Foregate-f-t.— Choice Winter Furs Nov. 24-At No. 4, Victoria Pathway, tyuecn a Park-Household Furniture. Ac. Nov. 27- At the Grosvenor Hotel Cottages, Residence, and Land By MR. J. J. CUNNAH. Nov. 22-At Thingwall Farm, Woodchurch- Farming -tock and Effects Nov. 23.- At the Smithfield, Chester Fat and Store Stock Nov. 24 At the Smithfield, Hooton Fat and Store Stock Nov. 25-Atthe Smithfield, Chester-Dairy Cows and Store Cattle Dec. 3—At Bankfields and Cariett Park, Ea.stham- Clover, Hay, and Straw # Dec. 7—At the Smithfield, Chester-Christmas Fat Stock Dec. 15-At the Smithfield, Hooton-Chrbtmas Fat Stock By MR. FRANK LLOYD. Nov. 23, 24, & 25-At Wrexham-Horses -N Sales bp Auction. This Day (Wednesday). Continuation of Sale at the AUCTION MART, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will SELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, November 17th, 1897, commencing at 11 o'clock a m. punctually, a large assortment of excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Catalogues may be had from the AUCTIONEERS, Chester. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will SELL BY AUCTION, on FRIDAY, the 19th November, 1897, at 11 o'clock a.m. punctually, a large consignment of Choice ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS and PLANTS, including Dwarf, Standard and Climbing Roses, Rhododendrons, Lilacs, &c. Catalogues may be had from the AUCTIONKKRS. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. will SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23rd and 24th, 1897, a Large Consignment of Choice WINTER FURS. Catalogues m-iy be had f,:om the AUCTIOITEERS. Preliminary Notice of Sale of excellent HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, Carved Oak Linen Chest, Glass, China, Books, Plated Goods, Excellent Grandfather's Clock in Mahogany Case, with brass dial, Kitchen Requisites, and other Effects, at No 4, VICTORIA PATHWAY, QUEEN'S PARK, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. have received instructions from Mr. Pc-.rry, who is giving up housekeeping, to SELL BY AUC- TION, on WEDNESDAY, November 24th, 1897, commencing at 11 o'clock a.m. punctually, the above-mentioned &FFECTS. N. B. Catalogues will shortly be published. Sale of Cottages at LITTLE MANCOT, and Residence and Land at ASTON, pleasantly situate near Hawarden, within short distances of aeveral railway stations. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. will SELL BY AUCTION (unless previously disposed of by private treaty), at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 27tn November, 1897, at Two for Three o'clock p.m. punctually, in lots, and subject to conditions, the under- mentioned Valuable FREEHOLD COriAGEs>, RESIDENCE, and LAND, viz. LOT I.-All those Three COTTAGES, with the Outbuildings and large Gardens belonging thereto, situate at Little Alancot. in the respective occupa- tions of George Catherall, Joseph Roberts, and Mrs. Williams. Lor 2.—The RESIDENCE known as FIELD HOUSE,' pleasantly situate at Aston, with the Stable. Sh ppon, Garden, Croft and Land adjoining belonging thereto, comprising in the whole 3. 2t. 15p. or thereabouts, in the occupation of the lev. J. H. Davies. LOT 3.—A Valuable Piece of LAND, now used as a garden, situate close to Lot 2, and opposite Aston Villa,' on the south side of the road leading from Mold to Queen's Ferry, with extensive frontage thereto, in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Speed,"containing Oa. Or. 13p. or thereabouts. N. li.-Tbe respective tenants will kindly shew the lots, and any further information may be obtained from the AUC rIONEKEtS or MESSRS. BIRCH, CULLIMoRE & DOUGLAS, Solicitors, Chester. On MONDAY NEXT, Nov. 22nd, 1857. Important Sale of the whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Poultry, Implements, Carts, Gears, Produce, Dairy Utensils, and a portion of the Household Furni- ture, at THINGWALL FARM, one mile from Barn?tou Station, and five miles from Birken- head. „ MR. JOHN J. CUNNAH is favoured witn instructions from Mrs. Robinson (who is declining farming) to SELL BY AUCTION, the whole of the FARMING STOCK, including 28 head of grand young Dairy Cows and Heifers, short- horn stock bull, 3 grand cart mares, all quiet and good workers in all gears; prime bacon pig, 20 couples of well-bred young fowls, 4 ducks and drake, Carts, broad wheel cart. 4in. wheel cart, strong trap, strong spring cart; Gears, 3 sets of thrill, three sets of chains, and stable requisites Produce, 150 measures of yellow oats, about3i acres of growing swede turnips (in lots), a tons 01 Bruce eating potatoes, 30 cwt. Bruce sets, 30 cwt. main crop sets, implements, tools, &c., ploughs, harrows, scuffles, cultivator, Cambridge roller, 2 reaping and mowing machines, root pulper, chaff- cutters, horse rake, 4 removable wood erections, liquid manure cart, chain manure pump, horse gearing, dairy utensils, a portion of the House- hold Furniture, and sundry effects. Lunch at Ten Sale at Eleven o'clock prompt. Catalogues may be obtained at the AUCTIONEER'S Offices, 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. Entries respectfully solicited. 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 solioited. On THURSDAY, November 25th, 1897. Sale of Store Cattle at the SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MR JOHN J. CUNNAH will hold a Special Sale of DAIRY COWS and STORE CATTLE, entries for which are respectfully ^Auction Offices Grosvenor Chambers. Chester. On FRIDAY, Dec. 3rd. Important Sale of Hay at BANKFIELDS and CARLETT PARK, EASTHAM. MR. JNO. J. CUNNAH is favoured with instructious from Mr. George S. Brown to SELL BY AUCTION 14 STACKS, comprising upwards of 400 tons of prime CLOVER and Upland HAY, and 10 tons of bright OAT STRAW. Sale at Two o'clock prompt. Catalogues from the AUCTIONEER. GRAND CHRISTMAS SALES, BY MR. JOHN J. CUNNAH :-At the SMITH- FIELD, CHESTER, on TUESDAY, Dec. 7th, and at the SMITHFiELD, HOOTON, on WEDNESDAY, December 15th. Prize lists and entry forms may be obtained at the AUCTIONEER'S Offices, Grosvenor Chambers,.Chester. 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 Vendora at close of Sale. Furniture stored in dry lock-up rooms. OFFICES 7, ST. WEKBURGH-S1., & LINEN- HALL, CHESTER. HORSES. 750 HORSES. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. Tj^RANK LLOYD'S GREAT SALES, Jj TUESDAY NEXT, NOV. 23rd, 150 Hunters and Harness Horses. WEDNESDAY, 24th, 300 Small Horses, Cobs and Ponies. THURSDAY, 25th, 300 Town Horses, Lurry, Van -and Tram Horses, and Young Horses. Parade and judging, 10.30. Sales, 12 15. Catalogues, 3d. FRANK LLOYD, Wrexham. IMPROVED WATERPROOF WAGON AND JL CART SHEETS. Prices4 by 3yd»., 1Sa, j 5 by 3. s,: 6 by 4, 3-ia.: 6 by 5. 45s.; 7 by 5. 52s.; 8 by 6. 72a. iiarked IIlme and address Free. lulO always stocked; samples free. — HARNESS AND SADDLERY—Four-in-hand, Doe Cart, Brougham, Trap, &e. Also Farmers' Light aud Heavy CART HARNESS in all lo ai styles. HORSE CLOTHS—Waterproof Oilcloths, lined, best duality, collar cheok. Prices 36 t>y 54 in., (5s. 9d; 5i b\ 54 in., 9s. 6d.; 60 by 54 in., 10s.; 60 by 60, 10s. 6d. Other sizes proportionate prices. Used universally by corporations, teamowuers, farmer. coal merchants, furniture r-movers. etc. Samples free. AciDKEW POTTtfii, Melbourne Works, Wolver- hampton Y-aker to the Royal Farms. prospectus. .-1 THIS ADTKRTISKMENT WILL NOT BE REPEATED. ) The SUBSCRIPTION LIST will OPEN on I'HURSDAY, the 18th. and OIL TUES- DAY MORNING, the 23rd November instant. HM. GKEVILLb & SON (Limited), • —Incorporated under the Companies Acts, 1352 to 1893.-TURKEY PAPER MILLS, BERSHAM, near Wrexham.—Total Share Capital, £ 20,000 in 20.000 Ordinary Shares of Pl each, £ 20,000. Also P,,3,000 Five per Cent. First Mort- gage Debentures. These Debentures have all been applied for and allotted. ISSUE of 13,500 SHARES of JE1 each. Payable- 2s. 6d. on Application, 7s. 6d. on Allotment, 7s. 6d. two months after Allotment, and the Balance two months afterwards. DIRECTORS. W. Greer Barcroft, Esq., J.P., "Claverhill," Claughton, Birkenhead, Chairman. Ai Lieweiyn Hughes, Esq. (Director Bwlchgwyn Road Stone Company), Plastirion," Wrexham. James Fisher Edisbury, Esq., J.P., Bersham Hall," near Wrexham. *Alderman Robt. Hy. Done (Chairman J. F. Edis- bury and Co. Limited, Wrexham), Wrest," Wrexham, ex-Mayor of Wrexham. R. Dover, Esq. (late Manager to H. M. Greviile and Son). Managing Director. *Will join the Board after Allotment. BANK Ij;RS -.Natiolillol Provincial Bank of England (Limited), Wrexham. SOLICITORS. For the Company—Stanley D. Edisbury, Esq., Wrexham. For the Vendor-A. E. Greville, Esq., solicitor, 2, Staple-inn, London. W.C., and Towcester. AUDITOR—C. F. Will ams, Esq., Chartered Accountant, 45, Finsbury-pavement, London, E.C. LONDON AGENTS—Messrs. Frank Green and Co., 193, Upper Thames-street, London, E.C. REQISTERKD OFFICE-Turkey Paper Mills, Ber- sham, near Wrexham. SECRETARY (pro. tem.) AND TEMPORARY OFFICES —W. J. Edwards, 45, Finsbury-pavement, London, E.C. PROSPECTUS. This Company has been formed to acquire as a going concern, and to continue and extend the well-known and old-established business of Messrs. H. M. Greville and Son, of Turkey Paper Mills, Bersham, near Wrexham, Denbighshire, and for other objeots specified in the memorandum of Association. The business was established in the year 1813, and has always enjoyed a high reputation for the quality of the paper manufactured, owing in a large measure to the nature and purity of the water used and the natural aptitude of the workpeople employed who have been engaged in the trade from generation to generation. The high reputation of the Greville papers has stood the test of time. The business has been continuously carried on by the Greville family sincd 1854 down to the 26th March last, when the Bersham Mill was unfortunately burnt down. To keep the business together and execute the large orders then on hand for the Colonial Governments and the trade generally, the Beech Mills, High Wycombe, Bucks, were secured by the Messrs. Greville on very advantageous terms -the trade connection has thus been kept together, and the very valuable goodwill remains unimpaired. H. M. Greville and Son number their customers Indian and Colonial Governments, leading Banks, and a large number of the best known houses in the paper and kindred trades, the names of whom the exigences of trade prevent being made public. The Company will have the beuetit of the Beech Mills, where paper of an excellent quaiity is being made, in addition to the New Mills at Bersham, which are being erected (at the expense of the Vendor) from plans prepared by the well-known Mill Engineers, Messrs. Bertram and Co., Edin- burgh, and Messrs. Davis Bros., Builders and Con- tractors, of Wrexham. These new Mills will be fitted with all the latest machinery and will be of a capacity of four vats, being an increase of one vat over the capacity of the old mills. The Beech Mills have a capacity of two vats (and two more can be added for a very moderate outlay;, therefore this Company will start with mills having a capacity of output double that of the Old Bersham Mills. The principal motive power of Beech Mill is water, of which there is a constant and ample supply. A considerable amount of steam power is used at Bersham, the expense of which is very small, as excellent coal can be delivered at the Mill at 5s. 6d. per ton including cartage. The property is situated within a mile and a half of the Great Western Railway's Main Line, and the cost of cartage to and from Wrexham Station is 2s. 6d. per ton for paper and all materia s. The Directors, whilst energetically pushing the sale of their old established makes of paper so well known in the trade, will give their attention to the manufacture of first-class drawing paper, which they consider can be made for a very moderate price and for which there is a very large field open. The Messrs. Greville were approached some time ago by a syndicate of artists who desired to take over the Mills for this purpose. The property to be taken over by the Company comprises, besides the new Freehold Mill at Bersham, 2 acres 3 roods and 35 perches of Free- hold Land, Goodwill, Machinery, Stock-in-Trade, &c., together with the valuable mineral and water rights, and The Beech Mills, High Wycombe, Backs, held on lease which can either be renewed or the freehold purchased on very advantageous terms. Owing to the private books of the firm having been destroyed by the fire it has been impossible to ascertain the actual profits of the business. Some few years ago the business was neglected, but during the last few years, since the death of Mr. C. H. Greville, it has been ably managed by MiiI Greville, with the valuable assistance of Mr. Dover, whose services, as Managing Director, the Company have fortunately been able to retain, and the result as shown by the Accountant's Report has been most satisfactory. COPY ACCOUNTANT'S REPORT. 45 Finsbury-pavement, London, E.C., July, 1897. R. H. Done, Esq., Wrexham. In accordance with your instructions I attended at Laurel Grove, Bersham, for the purpose of examining the books of H. M. Greville and Son. I found, however, that the private books had been destroyed by the fire, and I was therefore unable to asoertain the profits of the business. The Customers' Ledger was however, fortunately saved, and from an examination of it I found that for the last 21 years (the period covered by the entries therein) that the business done had been progressive and in my opinion very satisfactory. The increase in sales for the year ending 30th June, 1896, over the year ending 30th June, 1895, was over 14 per cent., and for the period from 1st July, 1896 to 26th March, 1897 (the date of the fire), the rate of increase over the year ending 30th June, 1896, was over 24 per cent. The proportion of increase from 1st July, 1896, to 26th March, 1897, was therefore over 41 per cent. above the year ending 30th June, 1895. I was informed that the percentage of increase would have been very much larger had the fire not occurred, as the orders then in hand were so large that an extra vat was being put down to cope with them. The Indian Government order alone was for £ 2,600—only a portion of which had been exe- cuted-and there were also large orders in hand for the Cape Government, which are being executed at the Beech Mills, High Wycombe. Miss Greville informed me that before charging anything for interest on loans, but after making all necessary and proper charges, the average profit of the business for the past three years had been at least £1,100 a year.. From my observations I gathered that the busi- ness is a very sound one, and judging from the progress shewn above it is capable of great exten- sion.—I remain, yours faithfully. C. F, WILLIAMS, Chartered Accountant. The business will be taken over by the Company as from the 1st October. 1897, frgtp which date the Company is entitled to the entire profits, with- out any responsibility for liabilities up to that date. The present issue will provide a working capital of E2,000, which is considered amply sufficient. Taking the average nett profits, working only three vats (the full capacity of the old Bersham Mills), at the low estimate in the Accountant's report, it will bo seen that after pnyine interest on Debentures there will be aufficientto pay 7 per oent. on the £ 13,500 Shares now offered for Subscription, as shewn below, viz. Interest on £ K000 Five per Cent. Debentures £ 150 0 0 Seven per cont. Dividend on the present issue of 13,500 Shares of -Cl each 945 0 0 £1,095 0 0 I but with the increase of business and capacity of ¡ output of the New Mills and the business facilities I at the Directors' command, the profits of the Com- pany should be greatly increased, and the Directors confidently anticipate a return of at least 10 per cent, to the Shareholders. The purchase price has been fixed by the Vendor (who is the promoter and who is re-selling at profit) at £ 14,500, payable in cash or partly in cash and partly in fully-paid shares. The Vendor will pay all costs and expenses incidental to the formation and registration of the Company, up to and including the first allotmeat of shares, and will also pay all expenses relating to the present issue of shares, and the subscription and placing of them. He will also by the agree- ment next mentioned undertake that the Bersham Mills shall be completely erected, and finished with all proper machinery and plant, within four months from the date thereof, at his own expense and in accordance with the before-mentioned plans. An agreement has been entered into dated 4th November, 1897, for the sale of the business, between Robert Henry Done, the Vendor, of the one part, and the Company of the other part, and an agreement dated the 3rd day of November, 1897, has been made between the Company and Robert Dover, Esq., for the acquisition of his services as Managing Director for a term of ten years. There are other agreements and arrangements under 'Nw'M" "M prospectus. which the Vendor acquired the property and also in reference to the formation of the Company and the present issue of shares entered into by the Vendor, but the Company is not a party to them, and there are numerous trade contracts the benefits and liabilities of which will be taken over by the Company As these agreements or arrangements may technically be contracts within the meaning of Section 38 of the Companies Acts, 1867. applicants for shares shall be deemed to have had notice of all contracts, particulars of which are not set out and to have agreed with the Company as trustee for the directors and other persons liable or affected, to waive all right to any further dis- closures thereof and any claims that they might otherwise have, whether under the said Section or otherwise, and applications for shares will only be accepted subject to this provision. Copies of the Memorandum and Articles of Association and of the Contract for Sale to the Company and other contracts, and Mr. C. F. Williams' report, also plans of the New Mills at Bersham, may be inspected at the offices of the Company's Solicitor. It is intended to make application in due course for a special settlement and official quotation on the Liverpool Stock Exchange. Applications for shares should be made on the forms accompanying the Prospectus, and sent to the National Provincial Bank of England (Limited), Wrexham, with a remittance of the amount payable on application. If the number of shares allotted be less than the number applied for, the surplus deposit will be applied to the payment of snbsequent instalments. In cases where no allotment is made the deposit will be returned without deduction. The unissued capital will only be issued if required for extension of business, and the vendor stipulates for the option to subscribe for the first 92,500 so issued. Prospectuses and Forms of Application for shares may be obtained on application to the Bankers, Solicitors, and the Secretary of the Com- pany. FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SHARES. To the Directors of H. M. Greville and Son (Ltd.) Gentlemen,—Having paid to your Bankers the sum of £ being a deposit of 2s. 6d. per share on Shares in the above Company, I hereby request that you will allot me that number of shares upon the terms stated in the Prospectus and Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company, and I hereby agree to accept such shares or any less number you may allot to me, and to pay 7s. 6d. per share on allot- ment, and the balance thereon according to the term of Prospectus, and L request you to place my name on the Register of Members for the Shares so to be allotted to ine and I agree with the Company, as Trustee for the Directors, and other persons liable or affected whether under Section 38 of the Companies' Act, 1867. or otherwise, to waive any further compliance with the law as to furnishing particulars of contracts than that contained in the said Prospectus. f Name (in full) Please )Addross. write Occupation distinctly. I Date. t_Usua!Signature. CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS JL OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES :— Houses to be Let, I Apartments to be Let, Situations Wanted, Money Wanted, Situations Vacant, Miscellaneous Wants, Apartments Wanted, Lost or Found, And Articles to be Sold, ,4re inserteclin the CHESTER COURANT at the undermentioned charges One Insertion (20 words) Is. rhrco InFlertiolls" 2s. 6d. And 3d. for each additional line-a line contains about eight words. "F ,>J -.J.J J' so be Let. r 1ST OF RESIDENCES, ISSUED MONTHLY, SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BROWN & CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. HOUSES TO LET. T AMONT, SON, & CO., J-J UPHOLSTERERS, FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS. LIST SENT ON APPLICATION. SHOW ROOMS EASTGATE STREET. WAREHOUSE FOR STORING FOREST HOUSE (in separate rooms). QUIET, comfortable LODGINGS for two IW, respectable Young Men; central. — Apply 34, Gloucester-street, Chester. TO LET, HOUSE, No. 56, Watergate-street, Chester.—For particulars apply to Messrs. SHARPE & DAVISON, Solicitors, 12, Abbey-square, 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. mO LET, at Lady-day next, REDDISH HALL 1 FARM, Reddish, near Stockport, now in the occupation of Thomas Henry Burgess, containing about 112 statute acres. Apply to HILL and CORDINGLEY, 90, Old-street, Ashton-under-Lyne. 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. LEATON HALL FARM, four miles from Shrewsbury, on the Baschurch-road, con- taining 241 acres of meadow and pasture, and 72 acres of arable land. The above most useful dairy Farm TO BE LET from Lady Day next.- For rent and particulars, apply to Mr. T. HICKMAN, Leaton Lodge, near Shrewsbury. TO BE LET, or SOLD, with immediate possession, STONE VILLA," Cheyney- road, Chester, containing large entrance hall, dining and drawing rooms, kitchens, pantry, &c.; five large bedrooms, bath room, 2 w.o's., good cellar, conservatory and out-houses, and extensive gardens.—Apply to Mr. F. TURNER, Solicitor, 9, St. John-street, Chester. TO BE LET, with possession after Christmas» FRON HAUL, Mold, a compact House, standing in its own grounds, with paddock, excellent stabling accommodation, coach-house, &c., two entertaining rooms, five bed and dressing rooms, hot and cold water, bath-room, w.c., &c. Two minutes' walk from church, two from doctor, ten from station. Rent X50 per annum.—Apply to HAL. HURLBUTT, Esq., Fron Haul, Mold. CHESTER.—DORCHESTER HOUSE, C BOUGHTON.—TO BE LET, this capital FAMILY HOUSE, which faces south, and contains three entertaining-rooms, seven bedrooms, two dressing-rooms, bath (hot and cold water), and excellent domestic offices. Two small conserva- tories and a garden in terraces sloping down to the river, with a landing stage for boat.—Apply to MILLS & FLETCHER, Land Agents, Surveyors, and Valuers, 49, Hamilton-square, Birkenhead. -=-=- ito be oIb. CIRCULAR-FRONTED BROUGHAM, medium C size good condition. POWELL, Coach Builder, Chester. BROWN HORSE, 5 years old, 15-2, good hunter, carries a lady, and has been driven in a wagonette.—F. EGGINTON, Stamford Bridge, near Chester. GWILYM EVANS' Quinine Bitters Oo., Ltd., Llanelly. Good investment. 500 £ 1 SHARES ON SALE 15s. paid. Can divide. Offers wanted. Average dividend for over 10 years, n per cent.- H. PADFIELD, 110, Huskisaon-street, Liverpool. SHUTTLEWORTH & SONS, Portmanteau, S Bag, Dress Basket, and Trunk Manufacturers. Dress Baskets Re-covered and all Repairs by practical men. — Show Rooms above shop, 40, Bfcidge-street, Chestor. JT WILL PAY YOU TO NOTE THIS. IT WILL PAY YOU TO NOTE THIS. I have a quantity of Good Government GOODS passed out of service for other patterns. s.d. Light Waterproof Sheets. Cft. by 3ft 2 6 „ lift, by 6ft 5 0 Heavy, Large, Dark, Grey Waterproof Cloth Capes .2 6 Large Dark Grey Waterproof Overcoats 7 6 Patent Adjustable Headstalls, with lead attached 1 6 Horses' Nosebags, with Wide Leather Straps 1 6 Good All-wcol BuiS, 41b. weight, Sft. by 6ft 3 0 Waterproof Horses' Loin Cloths 46in. by 42in 3 0 White Rubber Sheets, Brass Eyeletholes, 46in. by 42in..2 0 Very Strong Leather Leggings, per pair 2 0 Pocket Filters, as used by British oDicers 1 0 Shoulder Bags, large, with Shoulder Straps 1 0 Government Traces, 10ft. 7s 6ft. 5e, pair. Horses' Nock Collars, nil leather, any size 6 6 Splendid, Stout, New Leather Driving Reins. 25ft. in leiigtll 4 6 Very Strong. All-leather, Horses' Head Collars 2 6 Any of the above carriage paid to your home from H. J. GASSUN, Government contractor, Rye. IMMOVABLE SCALPETTE, FROM El Is. TO 95 58. NEW WEB FRINGE, I HAIR COMBINGS FROM 5S. 6D. | MADE UP, 2a. PER oz. TAILS OF PURE HAIR, 5s. 6D. TO 638. DELICATE SHADES OF HAIR. T. SEALES BROWN, 3, LEECE STREET. LIVERPOOL.

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