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Auction Btaru. Sales 1>7 MESSRS. CHURTON. ELPHICK. ROBERTS & RICHARDSON. Veb. 27—At th- Grosvenor Hotel-Property in Queen-street, York-street, Churton-road, &c. Mar. —At the. Auction Mart, Foregate-street- Household Furniture and Effects By MESSRS CUNNAH & ROBERTS. Feb. 17-At tho Smithfield, Hooton-Store Cattle, SheeD, Pigs and Calves Feb. 19-At "The Hollies," 23. L,verpool-road- Household Furniture and Effect. Feb. 20—At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester—Resi- dential Property in the City of Chester jPeb. 20—At tho Blossom? Hotel. Chester-Mining nwl Drainage Shares „ il, a, <?eb. 23— At the Cheater Smithfield—Cattle, Sheep, Pig", and Calves Feb. 23 At the Smithfield, Chester Horses, O-nacres and Harness Mar. < At Blacon House, near Chester—Farming Stock, Furniture, &c. Mar. 10-At the Chester Rmithfield-Scock Balls and Store Cattle March 12-At the Blossoms Hotel. Chester- Business Premises of Lion Brewery Bv MESSRS. CHALLTNOR. ROWSON AND CHALLINOR. Mar. 7,8.9,11) & 11—At Curaon House, Cheater— Household Furniture, &c. By lESRS. HAMPSON & SONS. Mar. 10—At the Mart, London, E.C. -Residential Property at Edenbridge, Surrey Sales to Auction. CHESTER. Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Dwelling- Houses, Brush Manufactory, and Cottages, in 8ueen-street, York-street, Back Queen-street, hurton-road. and Wellington-street, IVf ESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK and CO. 1\ | will SELL BY AUCTION, at the Gros- vepor Hotel. Chester, on SATURDAY, the 27th day of February, 1901, at Three p.m., subject to conditions, and in the following or such other Lots as may be determined on at the time of Sale :— QUEEN STREET. LoT I.-The DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 30, with yard, garden and out-offices, in the occupation of Mr. Albert Tatler; subject to an annual ground rent of S3. LOT 2.-The DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 28, with yard, garden and out-offices, late in the occupation of Miss Wood, and now of Mr. Robotham; subject to an annual ground rent of P,4 4s Lots 1 and 2 have back entrances from Back Queen-street. LOT 3.—The DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 20, with yard and out-offices, in the occupation of Mr. J. S. Hughes; subject to an annual ground rent of £1 lGs. LOT 4.-The DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 24, with yard and out-offices, in the occupation of Mr. Leon Veerman. LOT 5.—The DWELLING-HOUSE, No. 22, with yard and out-offices, in the occupation of Mr. Edward Miller. QUEEN STREET, YORK STREET, AND BACK QUEEN STREET LOT G.—The DWELLING-HOUSE, at the corner and NL 1. York-street, with yard and out- offices, and the extensive BUSINESS PREM- ISES adjoining, having frontages to York-street and Buck Queen-street, used as a brush manufactory, comprising two w arehouses, dressing, store and. work- I'OOCI, stable, yard, &c.. all in the occupation of Mr Thomas Camm. brush manufacturer. BACK QUEEN STREET. LOT 7.—Six COTTAGES. Nod. 1, 3, 5, 7. 9 and 11, in the occupation of Mr. James Macgregor and others. LOT SI.K COTTAGES, Nod. 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. in the occupation of Mr. Sanders and others. CIJURTOX ROAD, OFF TARVIN ROAD. LoT 0 Five NewlN- erected DWELLING- HOUSES. No t- 13, 15, 17. 19 and 21, in the occu- pation of Mr. Haghes and others. There will be no objection to subdivide Lots 7, 8 and 9, t" give purchasers the opportunity of buying a 8J:gle House, or 2, 3 or more Houses. WELLINGTON STREET, NEWTOWN. LOT 10. Tw) COTTAGES, Nod. 10 and 12, in tlis occupation Mr. Bozirdman and Mr Hope. All the ahov- are well tenanted, and the tenants have kindly ofJ'd to show the Lots to intending purchasers. For further ^af-innation apply to WAKEFIELD and Co., Accountant? CHURTON, ELPHICK and Co., Auctioneers r WALKER, SMITH and WAY, iiolicitors; all of Chester. AUCTION MART. FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER M ESSRS. O/IURTON, ELPHICK & co. win hold a SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE and EFFECTS about the middle of MARCH, L904. MARCH 7ti., Sth. 0th, 10th and 11th, 1904. Preliminary Notice of an Important and Attractive Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Oil- paintings, Water Colours, Etchings, Engravings, valuable Chir.a. Silver and Plate, &c., &c, at CURZON HOUSE, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHALLINOR, ROWSON AND CHALLINOR are favoured with instruc- tions from the Exors of the late Mrs. George Outtoa fo conduct the above SALE. Catalogues in due course. SURREY (close to the Kent and Sussex borders, three miles from Edenbridge and Lingfield Sta- tions, 50 mi.v.tes rail from London). The very attractive Historical Freehold and Manorial Residential ant". Sporting Property, known as '•STARBOROUGH CASTLE/' EDEN- BRIDGE, situate in a very favourite district, with excellent sporting facilities, consists of an excellent country house of red brick, with stone dressings, on sandy loam soil, approached through the park by a ion,- drive through an avenue of oaks, and skirting the moat with the interesting remains of the old Castle capital stabling, coach- man's cottage charming pleasure grounds with ornamental water, castle ruins, walled garden, glasshouses, and orchard modern drainage ample water supply electric light. Perfectly appointed STUD FARM, with extensive range of buildings, with boxes for about 30 horses, riding school, &c., stud groom's houses, eight cottages; also MOOR COTTAGE, an old- fashioned residence of eight bedrooms, two sitting- rooms, &c with garden and orchard, the total area being about 394 Acres of sound land, admirably adapted for the breeding and rearing of horses or cattle, nearly every field having water laid fishing in the moat and River Eden bound- ing the estat-: also the Manor of Starborough and a rent charge of £ '■< 10s. per annum, with possession. HAMPTON & SONS will SELL this Choice JLjL PROPERTY BY AUCTION, at the Mart. RU. on THURSDAY March 10, 1904, at Two o'clock precisely (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty). Particulars, with views and plan, may be obtained of the Vendors' Solicitors, Messrs. HOLLAMS, SONS, COWARD & HAWKSLEY, 30, Mincing-lane, E C.; ;,nd of the Auctioneers, HAMPTON & SONS, 1, Cockspur-street, London, S.W., and Oxted, Surrey o be &oltu TTIOR MANURE AND BEDDING DOWN I? CATTLE.— SHODUY DIRT FOR SALE, Cueap, '.t James Lees, Willow-street Mill, Oldham. FOUR-WHEELED DOGCART or Buggy, A. in excellent order, TO BE SOLD.—Apply Coachman, Trafford Lodge. ~| ADIES' DRESS LENGTHS, 3s. lid. carriage a J paid; Knope, Zibelines, Snowflakes, Voiles, Poplins, Armures, Alpacas. Patterns free.— Bradford Dm&, Warehouse, Shipley, Bradford. jf_> OBT. W. KILLON, Coal Exchange, Chester, XL Supplies SPAR GRAVEL, Chippinga, Macadam, &c., fer drives and walks; SLEEPERS and TIMBERS for fencing; Welsh and Buxton Building and Agricultural LIMES. Quotations {fiven to any station. Telephone 70. rf^NHESTER. —TO BE SOLD, the particularly s. desirable Detached RESIDENCE, "BRYN ESTYN," standing in about one acre of nicely timbered grounds, on the south side of the city, on tine of tramway, commanding views of the Welsh kills; entrance hall, lavatory and w.c., three reception rouna, six bedrooms, one 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, fcenni3 lawn and greenhouse. The whole in excellent order.—Apply W. and F. Brown and Co., Eastgate Row, Chester. 2114 Established 1832. CI ART and LURRY TARPAULINS, J 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 DA VIES & SONS, Crane-street, Victoria road, and 4. Coal Exchange, Chester. ONE "BENY" MOTOR CAR, 0 TO CARRY FOUR, Also one 6 H.P. "DARRACQ." BOTH CARS TO BE SOLD CHEAP. ALSO Steam Engines & Boilers, Saw Benches, General Machinery, Asn STEAM USERS' REQUIREMENTS, &C. LANCELEYS, ENGINEERS, CHESTER Sates is Auction. THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), Feb. 17th, at One. AT HOOTON SMITHFIELD. \/TESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will hold lyjL their next WEEKLY SALE of Fat and Store -CATTLE, SHEEP. PIGS and CALVES, inoltiding 20 CHEVIOT EWES, in lamb to a Shropshire Ram. Entries respectfully solicited. On FIIIOAY NEXT, February 19th, 1904. I Important Sale of the whole of the excellent modern House-hold Furniture, Appointments and Effects, at "THE HOLLIES," 23, LIVERPOOL- ROAD, CHESTER. CUSNAH & ROBERTS are iwt favoured with instructions from the Exors. nfavoured with instructions frotn the Exors. of the late Thos. Henshaw, Esq., to SELL BY AUCTION, the whole of the Valuable HOUSE- HOLD APPOINTMENTS, including handsome ,a "I Spanish mahogany sideboard, mahogany dining tables, massive brown oak dining-room suite, handsome walnut and mahogany bookcasees, hand- some walnut Davenport, Austrian bentwood rocking chairs, walnut drawing-room suite massive bronze jug and stag ornament, walnut sideboard, double and single French bedsteads, mattresses, feather beds, bolsters and pillows; walnut mahogany, ash and birch bedroom suites, antique carved oak linen chest, walnut commode; oil- paintings, water colors, etchings, and engravings, by Smitch, Bolani, J. Sadler, E. Wormald, T. B. Hardy. R D Winter, and others Axminster Brussels, and Wilton pile carpets and hearthrugs a quantity of books electro plate cutlery, glass and china dinner, dessert, tea and coffee services, orna- mental china: valuableold Wedgwood, Staffordshire, and Worcester jugs and mugs; wines and spirits; 400 Havanna cigars. Linen: Curtains, &c. Stair carpets, walnut hat and umbrella stand, eight-day wall clock, set of five plated dish covers, dresser, brass skelletts, brass candlesticks, copper kettle, knife cleaner, wringing and mangling machine, kitchen and culinary utensils, garden effects and greenhouse plants, span-roof cold frame, cactus dahlias, and miscellaneous effects. Sale to commence with both the Household Furni- ture and Garden Effects at 10.30 prompt. Catalogues may be obtained at the AUCTIONEERS' Offices, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. On Saturday Next. CURZON PARK AND LIVERPOOL ROAD, CHESTER. Sale of exceedingly attractive and beautifully situ- ated Freehold Family Residences, known as CURZON HOUSE. CURZON PARK, together with the extensive Greenhouses, Gardens and Outhouses thereto belonging: and also EGER- TON VILLA. LIVERPOOL-ROAD, with the Stabling and Gardens attached thereto. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will SELL BY AUCTION, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 20th day of February. 1904, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon punctually, and subject to conditions to be then produced- LOT I.-All that valuable Freehold FAMILY RESIDENCE, known as Curzon House, Curzon Park, in the City of Chester, within a short distance of the electric trams and within easy reach of the station and city. and at present in the occupation of the Exors. of the late George Dutton, Esq. The Residence, which is brick built and tiled, and surrounded by ornamental grounds tastefully laid out and perfectly wooded, is approached by a carriage drive and contains on the Ground Floor vestibule and spacious hall laid with Minton tiles, four entertaining rooms, lavatory and w.c., good kitchens and the usual out-offices. First Floor, large landing, sewing-room, six bed and dressing-rooms, housemaid's closet, w.c., bath- room and lavatory. Second Floor, large room, convertible into a billiard-room, and two large bedrooms. Gas, hot and cold water, and electric bells throughout house. The Outbuildings comprise coach-house, saddle- room, with loft over, gig-house, loose-box and two- stall stable. Glass.—There are extensive ranges of green- houses and hothouses, with heating apparatus com- plete. The Gardens are large and extensive, tastefully laid out and well stocked with choice fruit trees. Water is Ja!d on. There is also a back road, and the usual potting and men's sheds and out-offices. Immediate possession can be given. LoT 2.—-All that desirable Semi-detached Freehold RESIDENCE, known as Egerton Villa, Liverpool- road, in the City of Chester, within easy reach of both the Northgate and General Stations and the city, formerly in the occupation of the late Alder- man Leonard Gilbert. The- House is brick built and stated, and contains conservatory porch and conservatory adjoining, with vines and heating apparatus complete. The house contains on the ground floor, hall, three entertaining-rooms, kitchen, back kitchen and usual out-offices and on the tirst floor, seven bedrooms, bath-room with hot and cold water, lavatory and w.c. The Stabling comprises coach-house, two-stall stable with loft and men's room over, saddle-room, and yard. The house is approached by a carriage drive. The ornamental grounds arc well laid out with shrubs and flower beds, and there is a tennis lawn at the back. Immediate possession can be given. Orders to view may be had from the AUCTIONEERS. Further particulars on application as to Lot 1 from Messrs. BROWN and DOBIE. Solicitors, North- gate-street; or as to both L&ts to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings; or to Messrs, JOLLIFFE and JOLLIFFE, Solicitors, all of Chester. To Investors and Others. Sale of MINING and DRAINAGE SHARES. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS WIN SELL BY AUCTION, at tho Blossoms Hotel. Chester, on SATURDAY. February 20th. 1904, at Three o'clock prompt, in lots to suit pur- cha.er-i- 22 £ 10 SHARES in the Halkyn District Mines Drainage Co. 300 £ 1 SHARES in the South Halkyn and Rhydymwyn Mining Co., Ltd. (fully paid). 75 -01 SHARES in the South Halkyn and Rhydymwyn Mining Co., Ltd. (8s. paid). For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Cmsvenor Buildings, Chester. TUESDAY NEXT, 23rd February, 1904. AT THE CHESTER SMITHFIELD. I f ESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will hold iV* 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. THURSDAY, 25th February, 1904. CHESTER HORSE FAIR DAY. AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER, MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS win hold their usual Sale of HORSES, Carriages and Harness, commencing with Horses at One o'clock. Auction Offices: Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. On FRIDAY, 4th March. 1904. IMPORTANT SALE of the whole of the FARMING STOCK. FURNITURE and EFFECTS at BLACON HOUSE, near Chester, by order of the Executors of the late William Williams, Esq. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, Auctioneers. THURSDAY, 10th March, 1904. ANNUAL SALE of STOCK BULLS and A STORE CATTLE at the CHESTER SMITHFIELD. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, Auctioneers. To Manufacturers, Builders, and Others. Preliminary Notice of Highly Important Sale of tho extensive and Valuable Freehold BUSI- NESS PREMISES, with the Offices, Brewery. Cottage, Store Rooms, Stables, etc., known a? the LION BREWERY," situate at the corner of Pepper-street, Newgate-street and Park- street, in the city of Chester, and lately carried on by the Lion Brewery Company. Ltd., a a Brewery- TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 12th day of Maroh, 1904. at Three o'clock punctually, in one lot, and subject to conditions to be then produced. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester; or to Messrs. ROYLE & REYNOLDS. Solicitors, Newgate-street, Chester. DR. SCOTT'S PILLS UNEQUALLED DR. SCOTT'S PILLS FOR LIVER, D R. SCOTT'S PILLS COMPLAINTS, D R. SCOTT'S PILLS HEADACHE, I ) R. SCOTT'S PILLS INDIGESTION, DR. SCOTT'S PILLS „ NERVOUS DR. SCOTT'S PILLS DEPRESSION, DR. SCOTT'S PILLS LOSS OF DR. SCOTT'S PILLS APPETITE, DR. SCOTT'S PILLS COSTIVENESS, DR. SCOTT'S PILLS THE MOST DR. SCOTT'S PILLS EFFICACIOUS, 1 \R. SCOTT'S PILLS IJ MEDICINE. DR. SCOTT'S PILLS MILD BUT DR. SCOTT'S PILLS EFFECTUAL. D R. SCOTT'S PILLS Are sold by all Chemists, at l/1 and 2/9. The Genuine are in a Square Green Package. Do not be persuaded by anyone to buy any other medicine instead 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, ARTICLES TO BE SOLD, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, are now inserted in The Chester Courant at the following rates:- NOT EXCEEDING TWENTY WORDS- ONE INSERTION. 1/- TWO INSERTIONS 1/6 THREE INSERTIONS 2/- NOT EXCEEDING THIRTY-FIVE WORDS— ONE INSERTION 1/6 TWO INSERTIONS 2/6 THREE INSERTIONS 3/- -P- Co be jLrt. I_ T 1ST OF RESIDENCES, JLJ ISSUED MONTHLY. SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BROWN & CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. TO LET, KING'S ARMS," Denbigh. Burton ale.—Apply Proprietor. 2110 "J f* WALPOLE STREET, Chester. Early X O, possession—Apply on the premises. TO LET, most comfortable Furnished ROOMS, good drawing, dining and several bedrooms, bathroom, &c. electric light and good sanitation. Separated if wished.-102, Watergate Flags. 2112 ri^O LET. a DETACHED VILLA, on the JL Chester and Birkenhead road, pleasantly situated six miles from Chester.—For particulars and rent apply to the Agent, Mr. Samuel Davies, Estate Office, Mollington. TO LET, 27, CAMBRIAN VIEW, containing two entertaining-rooms, four bedrooms, bath (hot and cold;, kitchen, scullery, and outside wash- house. Nice garden back and front; greenhouse. Rent £ 35 — Warmsley, Jones & Co., 29, Eastgate Row (North), Chester. CHESHIRE.—A pleasantly situated COTTAGE RESIDENCE with about three acres of land, good garden and small stable, within two miles from Broxton Station (Chester and Whitchurch Railway). House contains drawing-room, dining- room, study, seven bedrooms. and good offices. Apply Messrs. Barker, Coppack & Wickham, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. EAR CHESTER —TO BE LET, Furnished or Unfurnished, the very substantially built and well arranged Family Residence, CHRISTLE- 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) TO LET. "GROVE HALL," GREAT SUTTON, situate one half-mile of Capen- hurst Station and five miles ftoin Chester, on the main road from Birkenhead to Chester. The House contains three entertaining rooms, billiard-room, ten bedrooms, two dressing-rooms, bathroom, linen and store closets, &c. The Outside Premises com- prise stables, harness-room and coach-house, shippon, piggeries, wash-house, large yard, and other usual conveniences ornamental grounds and well laid-out kitchen garden, with ten acres of land adjoining, entrance lodge, and drives front and back. The whole of the premises are pleasantly situated, with southern aspect, and overlooking about 40 acres of park land, the property of the owner, but not part of the lettm. -For further particulars and rent apply to the Agent, Mr. Samuel Davies, Estate Office, Mollington. -manteb. .r-r- "f' SHOOTING.—WANTED, 2000-3000 acres good Mixed SHOOTING.—Address E 515, Birchall's Advertising Offices, Liverpool. 2109 WANTED, good KITCHENMAID, as Plain Cook —Apply Mrs. J. S. Knight, Bridge- water Hotel, Ellesmere, Salop. 2099 DAIRYMAID DESIRES Re-engagement on 11) Private Estate or large Farm Four years' experience.— Gordon Jones, Rock Ferry, Cheshire. AS Temporary BUTLER or WAITER, by day or week; many years' experience in private service. Good references.—Berndge, Park Cottage. Park-street, Chester. 2113 WANTED, for Baby eight months old, an v w experienced NURSE, fond of chiliren; good worker and needlewoman, about 25 years of age £ 20.— Address X 82, office of this paper. WANTED, respectable and COMFORTABLE LODGINGS, within easy distance of tlie Cross, by Young Lady engaged in businese. -Reply, stating terms, including board, to 0 73, "Courant" Office. 2115 CHESTER. — WANTED, a FURNISHED HOUSE, two reception-rooms, five bedrooms, offices, &c., for term of years; outside city preferred. Rent about ;CGO.-Apply B., 1, Culver-terrace, Sandown, Isle of Wight. MRS. SMITH, 5, Hugh-street, Overleigh-road, Handbridge, Chester, l>egs to inform the Ladies of Chester and district that she has opened a SERVANTS' REGISTRY, and trusts to be favoured with their kind enquiries. Hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m. Several Servants disengaged. 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. LIPSHAM, Secretary & General Manager. (Chester Steam Laundry Co., Ltd ) OW Inspection is specially invited on any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. JEWSBURY & BROWN'S Soda Water, Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Potash Water, Ginger Beer, Seltzer Water. By Appointment to the KING. I MANCHESTER. DK. KING'S LIVER PILLS. Est. 1832. Dandelion and Quinine (without 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. DB. KING'S LIVER PILLS Are purely vegetable, and still keep ahead of all others as a Liver Remedy. Sold everywhere. Is. lAd., 2s. 9d. and 4s. d6. per box. BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS FOR FOB BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. RHEUMATISM, GOUT, LUMBAGO, BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. and SCIATICA. The acute pain is T»LAIK'S GOUT PILLS. JJ Chemists and Stores GOUT, LUMBAGO, BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. and SCIATICA. The acute pain is T»LAIK'S GOUT PILLS. JJ T>LAIR'S GOUT PILLS. S'WF IAF 2?'™ JL# Box. hotels, f&jftros, &t. QRAIGSIDE HYDRO, LLANDUDNO. IDEAL WINTER RESORT. LUXURIOUS BATHS. COVERED TENNIS. ENTERTAINMENTS. Special Winter Tariff from 8/- per day (including Baths). R. E. MUNRO, Manager. V • O ■ L VERY OLD LIQUEUR gCOTCH WHISKY. OLDEST. PUREST. BEST. 24/- per Gallon, 48/- per Dozen, 4/- per Bottle. A variety of other choice old Scotch Whiskies At 36/ 39/ 42/- & 441- per Dozen. CARRIAGE PAID. QUELLYN ROBERTS & Co., FAMILY WINE MERCHANTS, THE OLD CRYPT, CHESTER. PURVEYORS BY ROYAL WARRANTS To His Majesty the King and H.B.H. the Prince oj Wales. ELLIS'S RUTHIN WATERS. CAUTION.—Insist on seeing Label. It ELLIS & SON, Ruthin, North Wales ESTABLISHED 1825. Telegrams: "ELLIS, RUTITTK." Telephone No. 1 Ruthin. LOCAL AGENTS: J ROWE DUTTON A SONS. flridgc-st

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