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Suction Sales by MESSRS. CHURTON. ELPHICK, ROBERTS & RICHARDSON. Jan. 28-At 8, Walpole-street-Housebold Furni- ture and Effects Feb. 16-At the Auction Mart, Foregate-street- Household Furniture and Effects By MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS. Jan. 27—At the Smithfield, Hooton-Store Cattle, Sheep, Pigs and Calves Jan. 28—At the Smithtield, Chester-Horses, Car- riages, &c. Jan 29—At the Stud Farm, Tarvin Bridge—Live and Dead Farming Stock Feb. 2-At the Chester Smithfield-Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, and Calves Feb. 6-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester—Dwelling Houses in Water Tower-view, Chester Feb. 6-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester—Building Land at Kelsall Feb. 20—At the Blossoms. Hotel, Chester—Resi- dential Property in the City of Chester By MESSRS. FRANK LLOYD & SONS- Feb. 10 and 11—At the Repository, Crewe- Hunters, Harness Horses, Cobs and Ponies By MESSRS. HALL. WATERIDGE & OWEN. Jan. 29 & 30—At the Raven New Repository, Shrewsbury—Hunters, Harness Horses, &e. Sales bM luctiait. On Thursday Next. No. 8, WALPOLE-STREEI, CHESTER. MESSRS CHLTKTON, ELPHICK & co. will SELL BY AUCTION, ou TUOHSDAT, 28tii January, 1904, at 11 o'clock a. in. punctually, the excellent HOCJSEtiOLiD FURNITURE and FAFFEC fS. AUCTION MART, FOR tGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will hold a e of Miscellaneous FURNI- TURE AND EFcECTS on TUESUAT, 16th February, 1904 Early entries invited. THIS DAY (WKOMBSDAY), Jan. 27th, at One. AT HOOTON SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS WIN HOLD their next WEEKLY SALE of Fat and Store CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS ami CALVES also a well-bred Sheep Dog Bitch, 14 montus old, a good worker. Entries respectfully solicited. TO-MQBBOW (THUBSDAY), 28th January, 1904. CHESTER HORSE FAIR DAY. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBEKTS will hold their usual SALE of HORSES, TRAPS and HAKNESS, at the SMITHFiiSLD, CHESTER, commencing with Hyrses at One o'clock. On FRIDAY NKXT, 29tii January. 1904. Sale of the STOCK and EFFECTS at the STUD FARM. TAKVIN BRIDGE, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS ARE favoured with instructions from jrlr. T. H. Banks (who is leaving the fariu) to SELL BY AUCTION, the whole of the STOCK & EFFECTS, including the exceptionally smart POJNi if TURN- OUT, comprising stylish black pony, rising 7 years, 14 hda. 1 in., perfectly quiet in sadUle and harness, a good, safe jumper and fast; set of savor-mounted black harness, stylish Danish Car. Powerful BAY CART MARE, 9 years old, lo hus. 2 in., quiet, a grand worker, m-foai to "Apostle"; slrung, well- grown Brown two-year-oid CART GELDLNG, by Hendre Baronet"; Ciiesnut GELDiiSiG, aged, 16 hds, good worker set of Cart Gears, two Hunt- ing Saddles, complete; Riding iindles, Stable Utensils and Effects. CATTLE.—Two Grand Young DAIRY COWS (in-milk and in-calf), 5 choice Shorthorn HEIFERS (2 on the point of calving, and O due to calve iu February), peuigree roan dhortnorn Bull, a grand stock-getter. PIUS. -Prime fat bacon pig, barren 6ow, 3 strong stores. POULTRY.—Six pure-bred silver-spangled old English game cooks and 6 hens, and lo cross-bred hens 4 Pekin ducks. Part stack of prime upland hay, "The Cambrian" mowing machine, Scotch cart, double shell plough, diamond harrows, swmgletrees, chuifcutter, zinc corn bin, wheelbarrow, 20 cleft wood hurdle, water barrel, farmyard manure, hampers, lioo fountain, butter tub, cucumber frame, small tools, scrap ncn, and miscellaneous effects. Sale to commence at Two o'clock prompt. Auction Offices Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. TUESDAY NBXT, 2nd February, 1904. AT THE CHESTER SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS win hold their usual WEEKLY SALE of FAT CATTLE, Sheep, Pigs, and Calves, com- mencing with Cattle at 11.15. Entries respectfully solicited. Auction Offices, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. WATER TOWEli VIEW, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH AND ROBERTS wiii SELL BY AUCTION at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, o. SATURDAY, the ttth February, 1904, at Three p.m. (subject to conditions) Six Freehold. DWELLINGHO USES, Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11, Water Tower-view, iioole-lane, in the City of Chester, all let to good tenants, at the gross aggregate rental of 1:85 16s. per annum. Each house contains lobby, parlour, kitchen, back-kitchen. three bedrooms, yard and w c., &c. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester or to MESSRS. JOLLIFFE & JOLLIFFE, Solicitors, 13, St. John-street, Chester. KELSALirNEAR CHESTER. Valuable Freehold Building Land to be SOLD BY AUCTION, by MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 6th day of February, 1904, at Three o'clock punc- tually, subject to conditions to be then and there produced- All that Piece of valuable BUILDING LAND, known as "The Squeeze Crab," situate adjoining the Beerhouse kept by Mrs. Sadler, in the township of Delamere, in t-tie County of Chester, with a good frontage to the main road from Chester to North- wicb, on the south side thereof, and containing 3,300 square yards or thereabouts, now in the occupa- tion of Mr. James Vernon at an annual rent of £ 3 10s. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester or to Messrs. LINAKEB & LINAKER, Solicitors, 58, High-street, Runcorn. CURZON PARK AND LIVERPOOL ROAD, CHESTER. Preliminary Notice. MESSRS OUNNAH & ROBERTS will SELL BY AUCTION, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 20th February. 1904, at 3 o'clock. LOT I.-All that valuable Freehold FAMILY RESIDENCE, known as Curzon House, Curzon Park. Chester, with stables and convenient out- buildings and ornamental grounds, and extensive gardens. LoT 2.-All that semi-detached Freehold RESI- DENCE, known as Egerton Villa, Liverpool-road, Chester, with stabling and garden Orders to view may be had from the AUCTIONEERS. Further particulars in future advertisements, or on application as to Lot 1 from Messrs. BROWN and DOBIE, Solicitors, Northgate-street; or as to both lots to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings or to Messrs. JOLLIFFE & JOLLIFFE, Solicitors, Chester. 32 GUINEAS IN PRIZES. CHESHIRE REPOSITORY, CREWE. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS. -J' WEDNESDAY, February 10th, High-class HUNTERS. HARNESS HORSES, COBS and PONIES. THURSDAY, February 11th. HEAVY TOWN, LIGHT LURRY, VAN and YOUNG HORSES Entries Close February 2nd. Prize lists ready. SHREWSBURY HORSE SALES, ks On FRIDAY & SATURDAY NEXT, January 29th and SOth. RAVEN NEW REPOSITORY. 220 HORSES. 100 HUNTERS, HARNESS HORSES, Hack- neys, Cobs and Ponies on FRIDAY NEXT. 120 Heavy Town, Lurry and Van HORSES, on SATURDAY NEXT. Sale each day at Twelve o'clock. Catalogues forwarded on application. WM. HALL, WATERIDGE & OWEN, Auctioneers (Acting solely as Agents). JJOCHE'S HERBAL EMBROCATION. OOPING COUGH The celebrated effectual JJOOPING COUGH cure without internal. HOOPING COUGH medicine. JLJL „ Of all Chemists price HOOPING COUGH 4/- per bottle. Sole Wholesale Agensts: BRONCHITIS W. EDWARDS & SON, B 157, Queen Victoria- CROUP street, London. ROCHE'S HERBAL EMBROCATION. EDWARD WILLIAMS, OUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, -H- COLOURER, PAPER-HANGER, &c., 33, NICHOLAS STREET, CHESTER. Paper-Hangings of the Newest Designs kept in Stock. Pattern Books sent out to Select from. EitimaLes g"ivsi» íoo: JLO >vn or Country Work, j East. REWARD.— LOST, on December 2nd, J_ 1903, near to Aid ford Lodge, Eaton Park, a GOLD HORSESHOE BREASTPI.,i. Mrs. ROBERTS, The Nook, Westminster Park, Chester. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS JL OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES HOUSES TO BE LET, APARTMENTS WANTED, HOUSES WANTED, APARTMENTS TO BE LET, SITUATIONS WANTED, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, SITUATIONS VACANT, LOST OR FOUND, ABTICLBS TO BE SOLD, BIRTHS, MAlaRIAGES, AND DEATHS, are now inserted in The Chester Courant at the following rates:— NOT EXCEEDING TWEN I-Y WUKUS ONE INSERTION 1/- TWO INSERTIONS 1;& THREE INSERTIONS 2,- NOT EXCEEDING THIRTY-FJVK WOKDS— ONE INSERTION 1. 1/6 TWO INSERTIONS 2/6 THREE INSERTIONS 3/- # Co be Let. F.IST OF KEslDHXClSS, ISSUED MONTHLY. SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BRO VV A CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW. CHESTER. | WALPOLE STREET, Chester. Early JLvF, possession—Apply on the premises. SUPERIOR APARTMENTS, board if desired O central; large, airy rooms. All modern con- veniences perfect sanitation. Excellent testi- monials.—Address "Veritas," "Courant". Offiee. CHESHIRE.—COTTAGE RESIDENCE TO LET, within two miles of Broxton. Rent £ 60. —Apply to Messrs. Barker, Coppack & Wickbam, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. 2078 fTlO LET, 27, CAMBRIAN VIEW, containing JL two entertaining-rooms, four bedrooms, bath (hot and cold), kitchen, scullery, and outside wash- house. Nice garden back and front; greenhouse. Rent M.-Warnialey, Jones & Co., 29, Eastgate Row (North), Chester. FARMS TO LET.—19Q Acres in the Stafford- shire dairy country, nearly all grass, and 265 Acres in Yorkshire; both soils well suited to dairy purposes; both first-class land, with good houses and premises entry this spring. Advertised in this paper in order to get good dairy experience. —For particulars of either, apply vavasour, Tadca.ster, Yorkshire. j^l EAR CHESTER —TO BE LET, Furnished JL^I or Unfurnished, the very suostantially built and well arranged Family Residence, GHRlbTLE- TON HALL, situate about two miles from the City of Chester four reception rooms, billiard room, seventeen bed and dressing-rooms stabling, gardens, and 28 acres of grass land town water, and new sanitary arrangements.—Apply W. and F. Brown and Co., Eastgate Row, Chester. (4240) (| lO BE LET, at RHYL, a commodious detached JL Double fronted DWELLING HOUSE, known as "FRONDON," Crescent-road, Rhyl, comprising four good entertaining-rooms, seven bod- rooms, large kitchen and usual domestic offices, with large yard, wash-house. Drainage and water supply excellent. House in thorough repair; situate in centre of town, within three minutes' walk of Palace and Arcade and West Parade Promenade and sea shore. Rent £ 40 per annum. Immediate possession.— Apply to Oliver George, Solicitor, LYNDIR, ROSSETT, An exceedingly 1 A desirable and attractive Country Residence, midway between Chester and Wrexham, standing well back from the main road, in its own beautiful and well-timbered grounds, commanding charming views, and within a mile of the church, railway station, post office, and telegraph office. Four -eceptwn-roonis, 10 bedrooms, three dressing-rooms, batb-oom and w.c., servants' hall, kitchen and offices, cellars, stabling, &c kitchen and flower gardens, tennis lawn, ancT «»lantation, 7 acres. Rent £ 150 per annum. i,d 48 aciCS (or part) and four or five cottages and smithy, if required, extra.— Apply Messrs. Barker & RogersOu, Solicitors, 12, White Friars, Chester. 0 BE LET, Unfurnished, GROVE JL Great Sutton (half a mile from Capenhurs1 Station), containing drawing-rooms, dinmg-room, morning-room, billiard-room, ten bedrooms, two dressing-rooms, bathroom, linen and store closets, &c.. front and back kitchens, servants' hall, pantries, larder, &c., stables, shippon, harness-room, coack- Tiouae. wash-houije, pigstyes, and other conveniences; large yards and large kitchen gardens, well laid out; extensive lawns and grounds laid out by a landscape gardener, and about ten acres of land adjoining; pleasantly situated with southern aspect; lodge entrance and drives back and front; a park of about forty acres specially and beautifully laid out in front of the hall, but not part of the letting, though belonging to the landlord; with possession 1st February, 1904.—For further particulars and orders to view, &c., apply to Boult, Son and Maples, Estate Agents, 3, Cook-street, Liverpool, Eo fie Sato. A Four-wheeled DOG-CART or Buggy TO BE SOLD.— Apply Coachman, Tratford Lodge. |OR MANURE AND BEDDING DOWN X CATTLE.—SHODDY DIRT FOR SALE, Cheap, at James Lees, Willow-street Mill. Oldham. LADIES' DRESS LENGTHS, 3s. lid. carriage paid Knops, Zibelines, tonowflakes, Voiles, Poplins, Armures, Alpacas. Patterns free.— Bradford Dress Warehouse, Shipley, Bradford. WATER TANK, open top, equal to new; 25 feet by 5ft. 6in. by 5ft. bin. deep. A great bargain for quick sale. Other sizes on applica- tion to Ratcliffe & Sons, Ha warden Iron Works, Chester. LLANFAIRFECHAN.—TO BE SOLD, an excellent Freehold HOUSE, standing on about 5,640 square yards of land, overlooking the sea containing three entertaining rooms, kitchen, soullery, pantry, larder, lavatory, five bedrooms, bathroom, W.c., and attic.—For further particulars apply to Boult, Son & Maples, 3, Cook-street, Liverpool. CHESTER.—TO BE SOLD (leasehold), a par- C ticularly desirable Detached RESIDENCE, standing in about one acre of nicely timbered grounds, on the south side of the city, on line of tramway, commanding views of the Welsh hills; containing entrance hall, lavatory and w.c., 3 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, 1 dressing-room, capital bath, separate w.c., housemaid's pantry and boxroom, kitchen, and usual offices and cellars; outside washhouse, etc. Tastefully laid- out garden, tennis lawn and greenhouse. The whole in excellent order.—Apply W. and F. Brown and Co., Eastgate Row, Chester. (5880). 2070 Established 1832. CART and LURRY TARPAULINS, LONG and LOIN CLOTHS for Horses, COAL and CORN SACKS, equal in price and quality to any in the kingdom. Ladders, Blocks, Pulleys, Rope of all sizes. TENTS suitable for all purposes, Decorations if required. Prompt atten- tion to enquiries either for Sale or Hire of above.— Apply DAVIES & SONS, Crane-street, Victoria road. and 4. Coal Exchange. Chester. ONE "BENY" MOTOR CAR, TO CARRY FOUR, Also one 6 H.P. DARRACQ," BOTH CARS TO BE SOLD CHEAP. ALSO Steam Engines & Boilers, Saw Benches, General Machinery, AXD STEAM USERS' REQUIREMENTS, &C. LANCELEYS, ENGINEERS, CHESTER Vublication. THE f.6 CHESIIIRE SHEAF." NOW READY, VOL. III. OF THE THIRD SERIES. EDITED BY THE REV. FRANCIS SANDERS, M.A., VICAR OF HOYLAKE; AND WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, HoN. SECRETARY OV THE RECORD SOCIETY. THE First, Second and Third Volumes of the New (Third) Series of the CHESHIRE SHEAT, reprinted after revision from the Chester Courant, together with a full Index of Names and places, are now ready for issue to Subscribers. PRICE TO SUBSCRIBERS, 6/- NETT. Application for eopies to be sent to- MR. WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, 56, PARK ROAD SOUTH, « BIRKENHEAD. ANNUAL STOCKTAKING SALE AT THE PIONEER COMPLETE FURNISHING STORES, 9 to 19, BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL, THIS DAY AND UNTIL ITKBRUARY 27. GENUINE BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. DURING CARPETS MADE & LAID FREE. LINOLEUMS LAID FREE. •> BLINDS MADE FREE. CURTAINS HEADED FREE. SALE. GASFITTINGS FIXED FREE, AND [SPECIAL EXTRA DISCOUNT OFF HOUSEHOLD LINENS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. A NRW DKPARTURiR. Owing to the large number of applications received from all parts of the Country from those deirous of furnishing on the Accommodation System of Payment, and who wish to secure the benefit of the PIONEER LOW CASH PRICES, the Proprietors have decided to open a NEW DEPARTMENT for this purpose. It is not intended to disturb the present Highly-successful System of Low Cash Prices marked in Plain Figures, but Goods will be supplied on deferred payments at the present-marked LOW CASH PRICES, plus a small percentage according to the length of time required. Tbi" is a complete reversal of the present order of things generally prevailing, where ENORMOUS PRICES are charged to those who do not wish to pay cash at the time of purchase. FULL DETAILS OF THE EQUITABLE SYSTEM ON APPLICATION. Goods over 40/- Delivered Free to any Railway Station in Great Britain. ALL GOODS MARKKD IN PLAIN FIGURES SEND FOR SALE & LARGE ILLUSTRATED GENERAL OATALOGUES-FREE. NO-RTH AND OUTH WALES BANK, LIMITED. BALANCE SHEET, AT 31ST DECEMBERV1903. LIABILITIES. £ a. d. i Assm. £ s. d Deposits, Current Account Bal- Cash in hand, at call or three days' ancea, &c. 10,518,124 14 3 notice 2,355,381 5 7 Notes in Circulation 41,035 0 0 Investments in Public Securities:- Drafts, not exceeding 21 days, dtte 6,490 7 2 Consols, India Stock, and De- Acceptances. and Credits under benture and Preference Stocks issue 957,032 8 8 of first-class English Railways, Bills for Collection. and other items 182,369 10 7 &c 1,613,902 3 0 ————————— Bills of Exchange .I. 2,404,967 16 0 Total Liabilities to Public .11,705,052 0 8 Advances to Customers, temporary CAprrAL:- £ s. d. Loans on Railway and other TotalSubscribed 3,000,000 0 0 Shares, &c 5,081,216 13 3 Of which in Acceptances, and Credits nnac- Reserve liability 2,250,000 0 0 I cepted per contra 957,032 8 8 ———————— Bank Buildings—Head Office and Paid up 750,000 0 0 Branches. 273,572 111 RKSESVE FUND 500,000 0 0 Sums in transitu with Branches UNDIVIDED PBOFWS 21,860 9 0 and Agents and other items 290,860 1 3 ———————— 1,271,860 9 0 212,976,912 9 8 P,12,976,912 9 8 J. BEAUSIRE, 1 R. C. BEAZLEY, J-Directors. T. ROWLAND HUGHES, G. R. SANDBACH, J General Manager. In conformity with the Companies' Act, 1900, we certify that all our requirements as Auditors have been complied with. We beg to report that we have verified the Cash and Bills of Exchange on hand at the Head Office, and at the Liverpool and District Branches, and have examined the securities representing the Bank's Investments, and those held against short loans and advances to customers, and find them to be in order. We have also examined the Balance Sheet in detail with the Books at the Head Office and the Certified Returns from the Branches, and, in our opinion, the Balance Sheet is a full and fair Balance Sheet, properly drawn up so as to exhibit a correct view of the Bank's affairs, as shewn by the Books of the Bank. HARMOOD BANNER & SON, Chartered Accountants. flHantirtJ. ,i'¿- COOK GENERAL WANTED, also young HOUSEMAID three in family. — Mrs. Cook, Oaktield, Abergele. 2062 8HOOTING WANTED.—Two to three thou- sand acres good mixed shooting.—Address E 545, Birchall's Advertising Offices, Liverpool. WANTED to Purchase, good Clean Dry CATTLE BONES.—Apply to the Bone Phosphate and Chemical Company, Limited, Flint. COOK (good plain) WANTED, also HOUSE- PARLOURMAID wages £ 22 to £ 25, £ 16 to £18. Write age and full particulars, "Build was Abbey," Iron Bridge, Salop. 2075 WANTED immediately, convenient modern HOUSE in Chester; two entertaining- rooms, five bedrooms, &c. Near trams preferred.— Address B 81, "Courant" oiffce. 2080 BUSINESS Young Lady WANTS APART- MENTS, without board m or near Cli63wrf, pleasant locahty.-ddreas D 36, office of this paper. 2077 WANTED, BOARD and LODGING » Young Lady during about a month or siX- weeka, in Chester, or as paying guest.—Address B 80, "Courant" Office, Chester. 2072 ANTED, ASSISTANT MISTRESS, Art. 50, for Standard I. Scale salary.-Apply Head Teacher, Heswall Church Schools, Heswall, Cheshire. 2064 AS Temporary BUTLER or WAITER, by day or week; many years' experience in private service. Good references. -Berridge, Park Cottage, Park-street, Chester. 2074 GARDENER WANTED, practical worker; with help. Must be industrious, civil, and of good character. Apply by letter, "Hoole House," Chester. CHESTER BLUE COAT SCHOOL.— WANTED, at the end of March next, a MATRON for the above School; age 35 to 45.— For particulars apply to Mr. Hubert Potts, North- gate House. Chester. CHESTER. WANTED, a FURNISHED C HOUSE, two reception-rooms, five bedrooms, offices, &c., for term of years; outside city preferred. Rent about £ 60.-Apply B., 1, Culver-terrace, Sandown, Isle of Wight. SALESMEN.—Energetic Men of good appear- ance WANTED, to sell our beautiful Celluloid Window Show Cards to all classes of shopkeepers P-3 to JS6 weekly easily made.—Particulars Charles Josephson. 23, Cecil Court, Charing Cross-road, London, W.C. 8MALL HOUSE, two sitting and three or four bedrooms, within 10 or 12 miles of Chester. Modem conveniences and good railway service essential. Possession March 25. Rent must be moderate. Particulars to "Innellan," Parkgate- road. Chester. AT THE "COURANT" PRINTING WORKS, SITUATED AT THE CROSS, CHESTER. PROFESSIONAL MEN, MANUFACTURERS, TRADESMEN, and MEN OF BUSINESS generally, are respectfully informed that our Printing Department is furnished with an un- usually large and select assortment of the best kinds of MODERN, PLAIN & FANCY TYPES, ORNAMENTAL BORDERS IN MANY STYLES &c., &c. LEGAL, COMMERCIAL, & ARTISTIC PRINTING, PUBLIC COMPANY PROSPECTUSES, ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION, PARTICULARS OF ESTATES, BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, REPORTS, MANUFACTURERS' ILLUSTRATED PRICE LISTS, CIRCULARS, &c., &c. GENERAL PRINTING (BLACK OR IN COLOURS/ of the most extensive character—from the Smallest Card or Circular to the Broadside Placard- executed at the shortest notice. BUSINESS CARDS, LETTER HEADINGS, MEMORANDUMS. BILL HEADS, ORDER BOOKS, TRADESMEN'S CIRCULARS, VISITING CARDS. AT THE "COURANT" PRINTING WORKS, SITUATED AT THE CROSS, CHESTER. I hotels, .br05, &c. QRAIGSIDE HYDRO, LLANDUDNO. ) IDEAI WINTER RESORT. LUXURIOUS BATHS. COVERED TENNIS. ENTERTAINMENTS. Special Winter Tariff from 8/- per day (including Baths). R. E. MUNRO, Manager. v 9 0 a VERY OLD LIQUEUR gCOTCH WHISKY. OLDEST. PUREST. BEST. 24/- per G&llon,.8f- per Dozen, 4/- per Bottle. A variety of other choice old Scotch Whiskies At 86/ 39/ 42/- & 44/- per Dozen. CARRIAGE PAID. (I QUELLYN ROBERTS & Co., FAMILY WINE MERCHANTS, THE OLD CRYPT, CHESTER. CHESTER STEAM LAUNDRY, VICTORIA ROAD (CLOSE BY THE NORTHGATE STATION). All the arrangements are on the most approved modern system for Washing, Ironing, Drying, Packing, &c., and the management most efficient. W. H. LIPS HAM, Secretary & General Manager. (Chester Steam Laundry Co., Ltd.) lifT Inspection is specially invited oh any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. DR. KING'S LIVER PILLS. Est. 1832. Daudelioii and Quinine (with..ut Mercury), For FURRED TONGUE, BILIOUSNESS, HEADACHE, SICKNESS. DB. KING'S LIVER PILLS. Dandelion and Quinine (without Mercury), For WIND, INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, Shoulder Pains, and Constipation. ¥VE. KING'S LIVER PILLS J-/ Aie purely vegetable, and still keep ahead of all others as a Liver Remedy. Sold everywhere, Is. lid., 28. Dd. and 4s. d6. per box. (WOICE CUT FLOWERS AND DECORATIVE PLANTS. PRICES MODERATE. T~\ EASTGATE f UlCKSONS, STREET, I.. HESTER

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