dh dik To H.R.H. A PI'OI:-lTMRNT THE PRINCE OF WALES. "W.& F B ROWN & CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 0 U S E AGENTS, PROPRIETOHS OP WAREHOUSES FOR STORING FURNITURE. VANS FOR REMOVING FURNITURE. Low PRIOE AND RATES.
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$ufoltc Announcements. |>OYALTY >JHEATEE, CHESTER. EVERY EVENING, at 7-30 p.m., UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, MATINEES: Every Wednesday and Saturday during run of Pantomime, at TWO o'clock. Pantomime, at TWO o'clock. I J. GAR KIDDIE'S Grand Comic Xmas Pantomime, ENTITLED BABES IN THE WOOD. Tile following Artistes have been engaged Miss Cissio Kingsley, Miss Anena Walton, Miss Nora Prendergast, Mitis Katie La Blanche, Miss Gertrude llalle, Baby Lillybelle, La Belle Sylvia. Harry Albery,. T. D. Tandy, Sammy Foster, Conau & Doyle, Leonard Charles, The Lohrenz Quartette. The Ilammerslev Ballet Troupe of Lady Dancers, THE WAMBAS, From the Principal London and Continental Halls. FULL CHORUS AND BALLET. I> 0YAL COURT THEATRE, \J LIVERPOOL. NIGHTLY at 7, Mr. Robt. Arthur's Twelfth Palltûmime-" CINDERELLA." The exceptionally strong Company includes HARRY LAUDER. Matinees at 2, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Box Office, 11 to 4 also at Crane's, Church St. rpHEATRE ROYAL, Manchester. J- Tins HOMK OF PANIOMIME. DAILY AT 2 AND 7. John Hart's BRILI,IANT PANTOMIME, SINBAL) THE SAILOR. Included in the Gicat Company engaged are HARRY TATE, ^ILLJAM STEPHENS (of The Earl and the Girl fame), COLIN COOP, ROWLAND HILL, OVKRTON MOYLE, FOREMAN & FANNAN, &C. LOUIE COLLIKR, ETHEL DUNBAR, SUSY VINING, MAIJEL ARCHER, MINNIE inluitt, INID MEKK, LITTLE EDITH MAY, LLA RETFORD, CARLOTTA LEVEY, 131tiLLTANT Dresses, Scenery, Pr .ptsrtiep, Music, Bslluts. l'locessions Duuces, Songs, &c. «OX OFFICE open Dail.v, 9 to 5-<J0. 1 HOUR: >10.4671. UlJilclreu uuder 12 admited to blatinees at usual reductions* MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. JANUARY 15TIL & IGTH, 1908. A DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE under the Distinguished Patronage of the Mayor and Mayoress of Chester, the Sheriff Chester (J. M. Frost, Esq ), The Duke and ■JPuchess of Westminster, Katharine Duchess of .Westminster, The Lord Tollemaehe of Helm- lngbanl, The Honourable Mr. and Mrs. Cecil barker. Sir Horatio Lloyd, James Tomlcinson, 7$-' M.P., Alfred Mond, Esq., M.P., Mrs. f. red Mond, His Honour Judge AJoss^Mr. and ''rx- A. YerburgK,"Mrs~ ug11 Al (jersey, Mrs. 'teaiin Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Frost, Mr. and Mrs. T. Gibbopa Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Hoywood, Mrs. Wilford LLoyd, Mrs. Charles M. Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hoberts, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Smyth, Mrs. W. E. Torr, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tyrer, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Giles, Dr. and Mrs. Granger, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Thomson, Mrs. Broadbent, Miss May Macfie, Miss A. Payne, Miss Potts, Mrs. P. L. ,J°Per, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Douglas, Mr. E. M. Kynnersley, Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Lowndes, and Mrs. F. B. Summers, and Mr. V. H. ■Oickyon. In aid of the Funds of the CHESTER & WEST CHESHIRE BRANCH OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. "LADY HUNT WORTH'S EXPEIUlVIENT," By R. C. CARTON (Author of "Liberty Hall," etc.) An Original COMEDY in Three Acts will be given by the Members of the MENANDER AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB. Stage Manager and Club Secretary, Mr. D. E. ^bver, 98, Watergate Flags, Chester. Assistant ^tage Managers, Messrs. C. Gillies, and R. iowick. Scenery and Stage Properties by F. je Maistre, of Manchester. Stage F urniture and lighting by Mes-srs. Garnett and Son, Chester. ^Usic by Mr. H. E. Crane's Orchestra. ■ADMISSION Is. and Gd. Reserved Seat3, 3s. a«d 2s. TICT. JETS can be obtained from Mr. C. V. rrett, 15, Foregate-street Mr. li. Howick, -_c Wer burgh street and Messrs. W. H. ^■'irker and Co., 42, Northgate-street, Market ^uare, Chester, where Plans can be seen and booked. FIRES WITHOUT DUST. COAL is as much OUT-OF-DATE for the Heating of Rooms occasionally used such as Drawing, Sitting and Bedrooms, as Tallow Candles are for lighting purposes. ^AS FIRES are under absolute control, are perfectly healthy when connected With chimney, and avoid all dust and dirt. (148 FIRES can be bad for Cash, Of on the Three Years' Hire Purchase system, inclusive of cost of fixing. INCANDESCENT GAS LIGHTING. MOST BRILLIANT & INEXPENSIVE ILLUMINATION IN EXISTENCE. 'rUE LATEST DESIGNS in DECORATIVE FITTINGS for Itivet-ted or Upright Burners, may be seen also Large Selection of Best English GLASS SHADES and GLOBES. f:;lIOP; WAREHOUSES, and PUBLIC BUILDINGS can be Lighted to better advantage with High-power UPRIGHT LAMPS or CLUSTER INVERTED ^AMPS, at MUCH LESS COST than any °ther method. l'O, L ATEST DESIGNS of a GAS APPLI- ^^CES are now on view, and all Gas °Usumers are cordially invited to inspect at the SHOWROOMS of the CIIBlEl UNITED GAS CO. CiJPiJIN STJiiv.KT. CHESTER pufoiic Announcements. CHESTER GENERAL INFIRMARY. — President for the Year HIS GRACE THE DUXE OF WESTMINSTER. Chairman of the Board of Management: COLONEL, E. EVANS-LLOYD. ANNUAL CHARITY BALL AT THE GROSVENOR HOTEL, ON TUESDAY, THE 7TH JANUARY, 1908. PATRON The Right Worshipful the Mayor of Chester (JOHN JONES, ESQ.). PATRONESSES: Tho Mayoress oi Chester (Mrs. John Jones) Her Grace the Duohesis of Westminster Tao Countess Grosvenor, Saighton Towers Her Grace Katharine Duchess of Westminster, Uombermerc Abbev The Lady Harlech, Brogyntyn, Oswestry Hon. Mrs. Parker, Eccieston Paddocks Mrs. Alderscy, Aldereey Hall Mrs. Alfred Mond, 35, Lowndes-square, S.W. Mrs. Adair, 11, Stanley-place Mrs. Barnston, Crowe Hill, Farndon Mrs. II. J. Birch, Corville, Liverpool-road Mm. H. F. Brown, Curzon Park Mrs. Brunner, Belmont Hall, Northwich Mrs. Brocklebank, The Rosoote, Heswall Mrs. Francis Barnston, Chorlton Lodge, Malpas Mrs. Blagden, 10, Nicholas-street Mra. Carstairs Jones, The Old Hall, Flookers- brook Mrs. G. Churton, 96, Watergate Flags Mrfl. R H. Carrie, 17, Emperor's Gate, S.W. Mrs. Darby, The Deanery Miss Dorsie, Newton House Mrs. Geo. Diekeon, Springfield, Flookersbrook Mrs. Dixon, The Clappers, Gresford Mrs. lly. Dobie, Hiuiter-etreet. Mrs. Anthony Dodd, Dclamore Houeo Mrs. Douglas Dobie, Upton House Mrs. C. P. Douglas, St. Martin's House Mrs. Elliott, Nicholas-street Miss Elliott, The Hawthorns, Hough Green Mrs. Franoe-Hayhurst, Be stock Hall, Middle- wioh Mrs. J. G. Frost, Boughton Hall Mrs. W. A Fitzgerald, Clare Lodge, Abbot's Park Mrs. J. Stuart Goold. Curzon House Mrs. Granger, Nicholas-street Mm. Ernest F. Gossage, Upton Mrs. G. T. Goggin, 29, Liverpool-road Miss Hobday, Alexandra Villa, Liverpool-road Mrs. Chas. E. Hope, Burton, Noston Mrs. Hamilton, White Friars Mrs. Charles J. Hobbs, 2, Evortdcy Park Mrs. S. H. Holme, Downs wood, Abbot's Park Mrs. G. W. Hayes, Hoole Bank Mrs. Hy. Jolliffe, Kilbroney, Curzon Park Mrs. W. D. Jolliffe, Claverton, Westminster Park Mrs. Johnson, Norwood-avenue, Southport Miss Kelsall, Abbot's Court Miss Kerr. 9. Stanley Place MÜ8 Sneyd-Kynnersley, Boughton Lodge Mrs. King, Nicholas-street Mrs. Wilford LLoyd, Eccleston Hill Mrs. Latham, Lyndhurst, Hooton Mrs. J. S. Latham, Green Bank, Liverpool- road Mrs. W. H. Lowe, OhrLstleton 1 0 Mrs. Nelson, Mollington Banastne Mrs. C. M Nicholson, Mollington Mrs. Park-Yates, Inoo Hall Mrs. A. C Preston, Abbot's Grange Mrs. Ed. Porter, Crow thorns, Hooton Mrs. E. Powell, Oakbank, Hoole Mrs. W. Rogers, Watergate Flags Mrs. John Rogers, 88, Watergate-stroet Mrs. Rogereon, Pole-field Mrs. Quellyn Roberts, Wato: gate-street Mrs. T. R. P. Royle, Hough Groen House Mrs. B. C. Roberts, Oakfield, Upton Mrs. Robertoon, Upton Grango Mrs. Re id, Hoole Lodge Mre. Savage, Curzon Park Mrs. E. 13. Swetenham, Moston Hall MTS. E. W. Swetenham, Sandown-terraoo Mrs. San.day,Piiddington HaJI, Neston Mrs. H. Lyle Smyth, Barrowmoro Mrs. Tyrer, PLas Newton Mrs. James Taylor, Haygarth House Mrs. Crosland Taylor, Ravenscar, Hclsby Miss Topham, Darland Hall, Rossett Mrs. Way, Bradpole, Livorpool-road Mrs. Welsby, 25, Liverpool-road Mrs. G. V. Wellesley, 60, Hough Green Miss Wcyman, 17, Curzon Park Mrs. R. A. Ycrbnrgh, Woodfold Park, Black- burn STEWARDS. Lord Arthur Grosvenor I Reginald Potts, Fsq. H. Barnston, Esq. Capt. J. W. Sandilands, A. L. Birch, Esq. D.S.O. E. H. Darby, Esq. R. W. Shand, Esq. H. C. Dickson. Esq. E. W. Swetenham, Esq. T. Gibbons Frost,, Esq. J.G. Taylor, Esq., M.D. J. G. Frost. Esq., J.P. C. Tomkinson, Esq. A. G. Hamilton, Esq. A. G. Hamilton, Esq. EYTON'S BAND. DANCING from 9.30 p.m. to 2.30 a m. TICK FTS: -Ladies' 10/ Gentlemen's 12/6. An extra charge of 1/- will be made on each Ticket taken after January 4th. 1908. To be had at the Grosvenor Hotel, Blossoms Hotel, Queen's Hotel. Messrs. Phillipson and Golder's, and Messrs. Minshull and Meeson's. C II K S T E E VOLUNTEER BALL WILL BE HELD AT THE GROSVENOR HOTEL, ON WEDNESDAY, 22Nn JANUARY, 1908. BAILEY'S BAND. DANCING to commence at Nine o'clock. TICKETS: Lady's. 10/ Gentleman's, 12/G from Messrs. PHILLIPSON and GOLDER, and Messrs. MINSHULL and MKKSOX. DONATIONS received by M. FnosT, Lieut. 1st Ches. R.G. Artillery (V.), Drill Hall, Chester. A. HERVEY TALBOT, Lt.-Col. 2nd (Earl of Chester's) V.B. Ches. Regt. F. J. BONNALIE. Lt.-Col. 1st Ches. R.G. Artillery (Vol.) IStailbjapg. G.W.R. EXCURSIONS. VI ONDAY and TUESDAY, January Gth IT I and 7th.—BIRMINGHAM RACES. CHEAP TRIPS to BIRMINGHAM, leave Chester 8-0 and 10-45 a.m. SATURDAY, January llth, CHEAP TRIPS to WREXHAM (Football, Wrexham v. West Bromwich Albion), from Chester, &c. To LONDON (English Cup, First Round, Queen's Park Rangers v. Reading), for 1, 3, 4, 6 or 8 Days, as under:—Chester, dep. 6-45 a.m. Day Fare, 11/ Tickets, bills, pamphlets, etc., obtainable at the Stations, or Divisional Superintendent, Chester. Southern Ireland, its Lakes and Landscapes," price 3d., at Principal Stations. JAMES C. INGLIS, General Manager. BROWN & CO., EASTGATE ROW. CHESTER, Are now Showing a Great Variety of SPECIAL NOVELTIES suitable for rpo NEW YEAR'S GIFTS. GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, UMBRELLAS, LACE COLLARS, FISCIIUS, TTTS3. DRESSING GOWNS & JACKETS, FANCY CAPS & JSftRONS, Specially Selected Stock of FANCY ARTICLES. DRESS LENGTHS, in Washing and Woollen Fabrics. ?I DOWN QUILTS AND CUSHIONS. SABLE STOLES AND MUFFS, FUR COATS, &c. ROBI (patent) CYCLING MUFFS. Latest Novelty. ■ AN INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. CHESTER Nil T-i ALE CHESTER NOKTHGATE BREWERY CO., LiD. THE BREWERY, NORTHGATE, CHESTER. PRICE LIST SENT ON APPLICATION. PROMPT DELIVERIES by the Company's conveyances; or by Rail, carriage 11 paid to Railway Sution. NOTE.-IS THE ONLY BREWERY IN CHESTER. I $uMic$&uiiaucement I THE WINTER ASSEMBLY WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE GROSVENOR HOTEL, ON THURSDAY, the 9th day of JAN., 1908. PATRONESSES H.S.H. the Duchess of Tcck Her Grace the Duchess of Westminster Her Grace Katharine Duchess of Westminster Her Grace the Duchess of Buckingham and Chandos The Countess Grosvenor The Hon. Mrs. C. T. Parker The Mayoress (Mrs. Jones) Mrs. Barnston, Crewe Hill Mrs. Dixon, The Clappers, Gresford Mr. France-Hayhurst, Bostock Hall, Middlewich Mrs. James G. Frost, Boughton Hall Mrs. Wilford LLoyd, Eccleston Hill Mrs. Reginald Potts, The Dale Mrs. B. C. Roberts, Oakfield Mrs. William Rogers. 104, Watergate-street Mrs. Threlfall Mrs. Sandbach, Cherry Hill, Malpas Mrs. H. Lyle Smyth, Barrowmore Hall, Chester Mrs. A. Pitcairn Campbell Mrs. H. J. Tollemaehe, Dorfold Hall, Nantwich Mrs. Yerburgh. 25. Kensington Gore, London PATRONS: H.S.H. The Duke of Tcck The Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire (His Grace the Duke of Westminster), Eaton) Earl Egerton of Tatton, Tatton Park Lord Kenyon Lord Tollemaehe Rt. lIon. George Wyndham, M.P., Saighton Sir Watkin W. Wynn, Bart., Wynnstay, Ruabon The Hon. Cecil T. Parker, The Paddocks, Chester The Right Worshipful the Mayor (John Jones, Esq. George Barbour, Esq., Bolesworth Castle, Tatten- Eaq. T. H. Dixon, Esq., The Clappers, Gresford Col. France-Hayhurst, Bostock Hall, Middlewich Horace Mayhew, Esq. Col. Wilford LLoyd, Eccleston Hill Hugh LyleSmyth, Esq., BarrowmoreHall, Chester C. Threlfall, Esq. S. H. Sandbach, Esq., Cherry Hill, Malpas H. J. Tollemaehe, Esq., Dorfold Hall, Nantwich STEWARDS Harry Barnston, Esq., Crewe Hill B. C. Roberts. Esq., Esq., Oakfield, Upton James G. Frost. Eq., Boughton Hall Reginald Potts, Esq., The Dale C. W. Rogers, Esq., 104, Watergate-street E. W. Swetenham, Esq., Sandown-teriace A. L. Birch, Esq., Corville Archibald D. Pitcairn Campbell, Esq. BAYLEY'S (LIVERPOOL) BAND has been engaged. DANCING to commence at 9-30 p.m. TICKETS :-Ladies', 10/ Gentlemen's. 12/6. To be had at the Grosvenor Hotel; Messrs. PHILLIPSON and GOLDKK'S and Messrs. MINSIIULL I and MEKSON'S, Booksellers. Grosvenor Hotel, 17th December, 1907. I 3Eot. EWARD.-LOST, on 9th December at Broxton Wood, a HUNTING WHIP. —iiithelston, Malpas. OST, GOLD BRACELET, on Sunday last, H J in tho neighbourhood of Bouverie-street. Finder revarded.-5i), Bouverie-street, Chester. OST, near General Station, GOLD PENCIL g J CASE, with owner's name printed on. lender will be rewarded on returning to Queen Hotel, Chester. MISS KATE BEESLEY XTJL receives PUPILS for RECITATION, SEAGE. ELOCUTION. Attends Chester Thurs- days.I was delighted with your work."—Geo. Gross,nLit,h.-For terms address c/o Messrs. Phillip- son & Golder's, Eastgate Row, Chester; or 18, Bold-street, Warrington. IJu<c Notices. TO ALL WHOM IT MA. CONCERN. CHRISTMAS BOXES AND GliATUITIES. THE Chester Traders' Association respectfully calls the attention of the Public to the fact that under the new Act of Parliament for the prevention of Corruption, it is expressly forbidden for Traders TO GIVE, or Servants and others TO RECEIVE any private discounts, gifts or commissions. As this Act provides severe penalties for both giver and receiver, the Members of certain Trades (in which it has hitherto been customary from ancient times to give such acknowledgmenta when asked), being desirous of complying with the new Law on the subject, are now compelled to discontinue the custom, unless they receive an intimation from the Employer that such acknowledgments are not objected to. BY ORDER. THE CHESTER WATERWORKS COMPANY. TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho JL^I Hundred-and-Second HALF-YEARLY ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the SHAREHOLDERS of this Company will be held in the Board-room of the Company, Newgate House, 15, Nowgate-street, Chester, on THURS- DAY, the 6th day of February Next, at Twelve o'clock at noon, for the general purposes of the undertaking, By order of the Directors, F. E. ROBERTS, Chairman. WM. S. MOSS, Secretary. Chester, December 19th, 1907. IStiucational. npiIE QUEEN S SCHOOL, CHESTER -JL HKAR MISTRESS MISS BEATRICE CLAY, B.A. (Land.), The NEXT TERM begins on THURSDAY, JANUARY Kith. The Head Mistress will be at home the preced- ing day to parents who may wish to consult her. The K1NDER-GARTEX is open to boys and girls between the ages of three and eight years. Application forms and prospectuses may be obtained at the School, or from Mr. F. B. MASON, 19, Newgate-street, Chester. PROSPECTUS POST FRKE. SMART'S BUSINESS TRAINING COLLEGE, St. Oswald's Chambers, St.Wer- burgh-street CIIESTMR. And at LIVERFXHS ST. HELENS, WAIUUNGTON and SOUTHPORT. REASONABLE FEES. Modern Commercial Instruction. Languages, Civil Service Examinations, Professional Pre- liminaries. Each Pupil is taught individually, not in a class. .Shipping. CANADA BY ALLAN LINE. I The Only Line with Govt. Contract for I Canadian Mails, and the ONLY TURBINE STEAMERS TO CANADA. EXPRESS WEEKLY SERVICE. Shortest Sea Passage-Cheapest Route. FREE FROM ENG INE ODOURS, NOISE AND VIBRATION. Finest Hotel Appointments, Unequalled Service. Special Low Through Fares to all parts. Apply ALLAN LINE, 103, Leadenhall-street, E.C., 5i, Pall Mall, London 19, James-street, Liverpool; or CHAS. WRIGHT, 26, Watergate- street, Chester. EXECUTORS OF THE LATE EDWARD WILLIAMS HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS, DECORATORS, PLUMBERS, &c., 33, NICHOLAS ST., CHESTER. I I 11 9 7 I i () I -IL. RICHARD J0NE< GREAT ANNUAL Ii WINTER SALE \T S, L COMMENCES SATURDAY NEXT, JANUARY 4, 1908. RICHARD JONES & Co. LTD. GENERAL DRAPERY AND HOUSE FURNISHING E STAB LIS IIM ft NTS, CHESTER. CAUTION TO PURCHASERS OF BECHSTEIN PIANOS. HAYING obtained an Injunction against a Pianoforte Dealer for having advertised very old Pianos of my make as nearly or quite new, I HEREBY CAUTION the Public against purchasing Pianos bearing my name from any Person or Persons except my Authorized Agent, so as to ensure the supply of Genuine Instruments that are new and in perfect condition. My Sole Wholesale and Retail Agent for Chester and District is- A. RICHARDSON, 43, BRIDGE ST. ROW, CHESTER, (TEL. 230) to whom any enquiries as to genuineness, age and condition should be addressed, and who will give full information free of charge. C. BECHSTEIN. Size 8 by 5 in- Handsomely bound. 2 y From Cloth 2/ to 10/6 Pigskin. THE PIG BOOK. INVALUABLE BOOKS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. "Kissing don't last, Cookery do.GEORGE MEREDITH. THE "365" SERIES OF COOKERY BOOKS. Size Gin. by 4in. Tastefully bound in red cloth. 1/- m-t. each. 1. 365 BREAKFAST DISHES. 4. 365 DESSERT DISHES. 2. 365 LUNUH ON DISHES. 5. 365 BREADS & BISCUITS. 3. 365 DINNER DISHES. 6. 365 CAKES & COOKIES. These handy little volumes provide dainty and appetising dishes for each meal for every day in the year. The recipes have been selected to suit the various seasons, and are thoroughly practical. They will be found of great assistance to those who have in charge the preparation of meals, and will be welcomed by all lovers of good cuisine. They contain just such information as will be helpful and invaluable to every housekeeper. DEMJ RAGTOY BOOKS. An Immense Variety. From ONE HALFPENNY to 10/6 Each. LONDON: DEAN & SON, 160a, FLEET ST., E.C.; AND OF ALL CHESTER BOOKSELLERS. BUY SOMETHING USEFUL H. F. THOMAS (Late LAMONT & SON), Has a Large Variety of ArtisLic OCCASIONAL FURNITURE 8UCH AS CHESTERFIELD SETTEES, COMFORTABLE EASY CHAIRS, WRITING BUREAUS, CARD TABLES, I CORNER CUPBOARDS, MUSIC CABINETS, &c. DOWN QUILTS, &C. INSPECTION INVITED. 31, Eastgate Street, Chester. I TKL No. 52. ISAAC WILLIAMS & SON, REGISTERED tEC I PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS & GAS FITTERS, -1- CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. I Plumbers' Brassworlc of all descriptions; Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, Ste. Glass of all qualities and patterns kept in Stock. MESSRS. F. WOODFIN & CO. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, 20, FGODSHAM STREET, CHESTER. Large and Valuable UP-TO-DATE STOCK kept on the Premises. TKLEPHONK No. 455. WATER! WATER! WATER! J. RIDGWAY & SONS, ENGINEERS, MINERALS BORERS, WELL SINKERS, AND PUMP MAKERS. Hot Air Engines, Hydraulic Rams, Wind Wheels Water Wheels, Pumps, and all kinds of I Machinery Fixed or R-opaired,&c. 8, LOWER BRIDGE-STREET, CHESTER. AT THE "COURANT" PRINTING WORKS SITUATED AT THE CROSS, CHESTER. PROFESSIONAL MEN, MANUFACTURERS, TRADESMEN, and MzN OF BUSINESS generally, are respectfully informed that our Printing Department is furnished with an unusually largo and select assortment of the best kinds of I Modern, Plain & Faney Types w ORNAMENTAL BORDERS I IN MANY STYLES, &C., &C. LEGAL, COMMERCIAL, AND ARTISTIC PRINTING. PUBLIC COMPANY PROSPECTUSES, ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION, PARTICULARS OF ESTATES, I BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, REPORTS, MANUFACTURERS' ILLUSTRATED PRICE LISTS, CIRCULARS, &c., &c. GENERAL PRINTING (BLACK OR IN CJLc)Cî.3) of the most extensive character—from the I Smallest Card or Circular to the Broadside Placard—executed at the shortest notice. BUSINESS CARDS, LETTER HEADINGS, MEMORANDA, BILL HEADS, ORDER BOOKS, TRADESMEN'S CIRCULARS, VISITING CAR, 1)3 AT THE I "COURANT" PRINTING WORKS SITUATED AT 1 THE CROSS, CHESTER. f UAVE YOUR OLD SACKS such us Ashw r.U, Hib'.y, lloocks, Moiassiue or ituiid Sacks. or ituiid Sacks. I WE WILL BUY THEM FOR CASH. I or Exchange to value .u n w bags, cai t cove, s, horse cloth-, etc. l1poa t'- cdJ,t of il ¡ostcard we wi 1 send printed addres cl labels. R. DAVIE, SENR,, LTD., 28, BRUNSWICK ST., LIVERPOOL. ESTABLISHED 870. HAIR COMBINGS MADE UP, 2/- PER Oz. COVERLETTE I TAILS OF f'C':w HAIR FRAMES, PURE From 3/8 each. HAIR, J O V) T. SEALES BROWN T. SEALES BROWN 9 3 LEECE ST. (Car Station), LIVERPOOL.