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Auction 10 tarn* Sales by MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS. Jan. 8-At the Hooton Smithfield-Fat Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, and Calves Jan. 14-At the Chester Smithfield-Fat Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, and Calves Jan. 23-At Shotwick Lodge, Saughall, Chester- Farming Stock and Produce By MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS & RICHARDSON Jan. 14 & 15-At the Auction Mart, Foregate- street—Oriental Carpets, Rugs, &c. Jan. 21, 22, 23 & 24—At "Redcliff," Queen's Park, Chester—Furniture, Pictures, China, &c. Feb. 4-At the Auction lthrt, Foregate-street— Furniture and Effects By MR. HENRY JONES. Jan. 18—At the Blossoms Hot, Chester—Free- hold Property in Chester By MR. WALTER C. JONES. Jan. 24—At the Stag Hotel, Bagillt-Propertles at Bagillt and Greenfield, Flintshire By MESSRS. FRANK LLOYD & SONS. January 29 & 30-At the North Wales Repository, Wrexham-Horses Salrs 11V Auction. Important Sale of Valuable Persian, High-olass Turkey. Indian and other Carpets, Rugs and objects of Art, recently landed in Liverpool per e.s. City of Khios, Papayani Line; also a Manufacturer's Stock of Aiminster Carpets and Rugs, at THE, AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. U.L will SELL BY AUCTION, on TUES- DAY and WEDNESDAY, January 14 and 15, 1908, commencing each day at Eleven a.m. punc- tually, the above-mentioned Valuable ORIEN- TAL CARPET'S, RUGS and ART OBJECTS. On view Monday, January 13th, 1903, and Mornings of Sale. Catalogues may be obtained on application to the Auctioneers, Chester. Highly Important and Extensive Sale of Valuable Household Furniture, Ssmi-srrand Pianoforte, Billiard Table and Fittings, richly cut Glass, handsome China Dinner, Dessert and Tea Services, valuable Clocks and Timepieces, Bronzes, a choice collection of &vres, Dresden, Oriental and other China, valuable Water Colour Drawings, by David Cox, Copley Fielding, Linnell, P. de Wint, D. Roberts, W. Huggins, &c, Oil Paintings, by Old Crome, of Norwich, George Morland, S. Lauder, H. Wilkinson, J. Bodding- ton, S. R. Percy, Bancroft, Hayes and other eminent artists Carriages, Harness and Saddlery, Garden Requisites, and other Effects at "REDCLIFF/' QUEEN'S PARK, CHESTER. •m/TESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. IT I have been favoured with instructions from the Exors. of the late Sir Thomas Gibbons Frost, to SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY, January 21st, 1908, and Three Following Days, the above-mentioned valuable FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Catalogues (:3d. each) may be had from Messrs. Churton, Elphick, Roberta & Richardson, Auc- tioneers, Chester. AUCTION HARP, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will hold a Sale of Miscellaneous FURNI- TURE & EFFECTS on TUESDAY, 4th Feb., 1908. THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), Jan. 8tb, 1908. AT THE HOOTON SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will hold their usual WEEKLY SALE of FAT STOCK, commencing at 1 o'clcck. Entries respectfully solicited. Auction Oilicea Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. TUESDAY NEXT, 14th January, 1908. AT THE CHESTER SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS WIN hold their usual WEEKLY SALE of Fat CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS and CALVES. The Sale commences with Cattle at 11 o'clock, Sheep and Pigs to follow. Calves sold at 1-30 prompt. A grand trade was experienced all round last Tuesday. Entries respectfully solicited. Auction Offices: Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. On THURSDAY, Jan. 23rd, 1908. NOTICE of the Highly-important Sale of the whole of the Live and Dead FARMING STOCK and PRODUCE at SHOTWICK LODGE, SAUGHALL, Chester, by order of the Exor. of the late Jno. Ball, Esq. Catalogues preparing. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, Auctioneers. FREEHOLD PROPERTY in CHESTER. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION by MR. HENRY JONES, F.A.I, at Three o'clock prompt on SATURDAY, 18th January, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester— THIRTEEN FREEHOLD HOUSES AND ONE SHOP, Nos. 29 to 47, Orchard-road and Nos. 65 to G9, Orchard-road, off Tarvin-road, Chester. Exceed- ingly desirable investment. Well let to good tenants. Gross rent 2210. 12s. Particulars from Mr. Henry Jones, Property Auctioneer, 5, Cook-street, Liverpool; and Messrs. Tudor Jones & Jones, Solicitors, 10, Victoria- street, Liverpool. To Close a Trust. BAGILLT AND GREENFIELD, FLINT- SHIRE. NORTH WALES. Highly important Sale of a valuable Freehold Farm, Business Premises, Residential and Cottage Property and Accommodation Land belonging to the Trustees of the late Edward Foulkes and others. MR. WALTER C. JONES has received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the Stag Hotel, Bagillt, on I FRIDAY, the 24th day of January, 1908, at Three o'clock in the afternoon (subject to condi- tions to be then produced and read) the following VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, viz. :-Highly valuable Accommodation LAND known as "Penybryn Farm," Bagillt, containing 36 acres cr thereabouts, and divided into convenient lots. Valuable Detached RESIDENCE known as "Arkholme," with convenient outbuildings, garden and croft, in the occupation of Mr. Robert Foulkes. Semi-detached HOUSES known as "Castle Villas," in tho occupation of Messrs. Thomas Fonlkes and John Williams, and having 216 feet of a frontage to the main road. Downhill Terrace, comprising the Bagillt POST OFFICE, and 3 COTTAGES adjoining. Two old-established Freehold SHOPS, Bake- house and Premises, situate in the centre of Bagillt, and in the occupation of Messrs. R. and T. Foulkes. Five Freehold COTTAGES, with gardens attached, situate at Station-road, Bagillt. Freehold Lock-up SHOP, situate at Greenfield, in the occupation of Messrs. R. and T. Foulkes. Several pieces of Accommodation Land and Cottage Property. For further particulars and plans, apply to Messrs. Gill, Archer, Maples & Dun, Solicitors, 14, Cook-atreet, Liverpool; Messrs. Hughes and Hughes, Solicitors, Flint; or to the Auctioneer, at his Offices, 31, High-street, Holywell. 30 GUINEAS PRIZES. 650 HORSES. OPENING SALES FOR 1908. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD & SONS invite ENTRIES for JANUARY 29th-LIGHT HORSES of All Classes. JANUARY 30th—Heavy, Lurry and Young HORSES. Eater at once for best positions. < Entries Finally Close January 20th. o be ItV T,1ST OF RESIDENCES, IS3UED MONTHLY, SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BROWN & CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS. EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. TO BE LET, No. 16, WALPOLE-STREET immediate possession. Rent £ 30 per annum. Apply Cunnah & Roberts, Auctioneers, Chester. SCPEIUOH BED and SITTING-ROOMS TO S LET, in Queen's Park; piano, bath (h. and c.); attendance and good cooking-.—Ad<Irc.ss H 56, "Courant" Office. LAND TO LET.—Mollington, Two Fields excellent Land, containing 10 acres 6 -Apply to Frederick Stoner. 29, Beaufort-street, Liverpool. APARTMENTS.—Sitting and Two Bed- rooms, suit two or more gentlemen; quiet and central, terms moderate.—Address G 37, "Courant" Office. APARTMENTS TO LET; north end, best A position five minutes' walk from Cross. Moderate terms. Address Q 40, "Courant" Office, Chester. PRIVATE BOARD-IIESIDENCE, for ladies or gentlemen most pleasant, central position, piano, bath, telephone, cycle accom- modation. Inclusive terms 21s. gentlemen, ladies 18s.—Address G 38, "Oourant." Office. ROSSETT.—BURTON COTTAGE; 2 enter- taining rooms, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchens, spacious garden, outbuildings, lawn, paddock. Immediate possession. — Terms, Owens, Rossett. ST. ASAPH. NORTH WALES.—TO BE LET, that Charming VILLA RESIDENCE, SUNN YSIDE," standing in itsown picturesque grounds, with extensive mountain and sea views, within the minutes' walk of railway st%t .on, post office, and cathedral. House contains two recep- tion-rooms, smoke-room, eight bedrooms, bath- room, kitchens, &c.; water and gas and all other modern conveniences good walled-in kitchen and flower gardens and conservatory and outbuilding. Two good salmon and trout rivers within 15 minutes' walk. Rent £ 60. — Apply to Charles Mansbridge, St. Asaph. 1187 Wo be oIb. FOR SALE, a WOODEN ERECTION, 6ft. by 12ft. by 7ft. high, in sections.—Address C 69, "Courant" Office. PIANO, good strong iron frame, walnut case, good tone good as new. Price £ 15.— Address E 78, "Courant" Office. SPAR GRAVEL, CHIPPINGS, Macadam, Limestone, &c., for Drives and Walks. Buxton and Welsh LIMES. SLEEPERS for all purposes. Quotations to any station.—Robt. W. Killon, A1 Coal Exchange, Chester. Telephone 70. S T A IRS .-Newels, Balusters, Handrails, Picture, Rail and other Mouldings, English Doors and Windows; compete with foreign. Builders send trade card for illustrated list of all kinds of Wood work.-Jennings & Co., 343, Penny- well-road, Bristol. 1156 /^OAL, COKE and CARTING BUSINESS, growing neighbourhood, established five years; Horse, Lurry, Office, etc. Trade 1,000 j tons per annum. E186 every th in g. P 33, "Courant" Office. T^OR QUICK DISPOSAL, CAFE, Cooked Meats, Milk, Bread, etc., doing good trade. Accommodation to srat 50 persons; handsomely fittcd throughout Growing neigh- bourhood. Rent J555. £ 140 everything.— Address A 58, Courant" Office. GROCERY AND PROVISIONS.—TO BE SOLD, as a Going Concern, in whole or in part, a good Grocery and Provision BUSINESS, comprised of three shops in Hoylake and West Kirby districts.—Full particulars on application to Lonsdalo & Marsh, Chartered Accountants, 26. North John-street, Liverpool. OIL CABINET, to hold 50 Gallons. Complete with Brass Pump, Gauge and Hose. Vessels can be filled rapidly. The Cabinet is dust-proof, and owing to its double lid entirely free from smell. Enamelled red, and attractive in appearance. Cash price, f2. 78. 6d. Cheaper makes also supplied. J. E. BRASSEY & SON, LTD., Chester. ESTABLISHED 1832. TEL. No. 258. 1ART and LURRY TARPAULINS, \J LONG and LOIN CLOTHS for Horses, COAL and CORN SACKS, equal in price and buality 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-st., Victoria- road, and 4, Coal Exchange, Chester. QTEAM ENGINES AND BOfLERS, k) SAW BENCHES, ETC. ELECTRIC MOTORS supplied, and con- nected to existing or new machinery, etc. REPAIRS to every description of Steano, Gas and Oil Engines, Motor Cars, etc. SHAFTING, PULLEYS, etc., kept in stock. LANCELEYS, ENGINEERS, CHESTER. UStotetf. CHESHIRE WOMEN WANTED, between C the age of 23 and 40, to Train as VILLAGE NURSES. Free training given to suitable can- didates. Apply County Superintendent, 176, Nantwich-road, Crewe. ENGAGEMENT REQUIRED AS DAILY GOVERNESS to young children, in or near Chester Address X 47, "Courant" Office. PLAIN COOK WANTED for first-rate school for girls; country six servants.—Wages, and full particulars, to Hodgson, Croft School, Betley, Staffs. 1186 WANTED, immediately, for small mixed and dairy farm in Cheshire, strong, tall TEAMSMAN age about 25 live in; help to milk. Addre3s B 256, Birchall's Advertising Offices, Liverpool. 1193 ANTED, a strong, capable Woman as PLAIN COOK.—Mrs. Cathcart Smith, Guilden Sutton, near Chester. WANTED, a small Furnished HOUSE, in suburb of Chester (detached preferred), for March.—Address F 40, "Courant" Office. WANTED, a strong YOUTH, age about 16 years, able to milk and assist in smithy.— Apply Joseph Dean, Lea Smithy, Mollington. WANTED, a GENERAL for Farmhouse W after Christmas, another Servant kept. Good wages given.—Apply Mrs. Wright, Church House, Alvanley, Helsby. Vy ANTED, YOUNG MAN, over 20; to live ™ in; little milking. Good wages for steady man with character.—Williamson, MoUington Brewery. ANTED, a good, reliable GENERAL, with a knowledge of cooking. State wages, etc.—Apply Madame Sheringdan, Voryd Rhyl. WANTED, to Purchase or Rent, COTTAGE, If IF about 2 acres Land, few miles from Chester by rail; on elevated position. Possession March.—Address D 61, "Courant" Office. WANTED, GARDENER, single-handed, v v experienced all branches; one who has been second or th;rd in large plaees might suit; married must have first-rate character. Wages £1 and cottage.—Address H 53, "Courant" Office. WANTED, Lady or Gentleman who require permanent BED and SITTING-ROOM, well furnished, bath, etc. good cooking and attendance. No other lodgere.—Addrees C 70, "Courant" Office. MRS. KEARLE, 2, Market-street, Chester, gives the best price for Ladies', Gentle- men's, and Children's CAST-OFF CLOTHING and BOOTS. On receipt of letter or postcard ladies and gentlemen waited upon at own resi- dences distance no object, town or country. Prompt cash payments. 1192 AB.C. GUIDE TO STOCK EXCHANGE^ « —3907 Edition (27th). Tho simplest and best Guide to every description of Stock Exchange transactions. How to open an account with small capital. Contains highest and lowest sales for last 15 years. Gratis and Post Free from Pub- lishers.-FRDBORN, FRANKLIN & Co., 12 Bauk. street. Roval Exchange, Manchester. f&gtrros, hotels, $ct. QRAIGSIDE HYDRO, LLANDUDNO ACCOMMODATION FOR 200 VISITORS. FOUR TENNIS COURTS AND TWO COVERED COURTS. TURKISH AND SEA WATER BATHS. Telephone, Llandudno, No. 4. R. E MUNRO, Manager. FINEST HEALTH RESORT IN NORTH WALKS. RHOS ABBEY IIOTEL, COLWYN BAY. Facing the Sea. Pure, bracing air. Charming scenery. Elegant apartments. Every home com fort. High-class Cuisine. 'Bus meets principal trains. Excellent Golf Links by the sea within half a mile. Exclusive sea fishing in weir facing hotel. Motor Garage. Charming Grounds, etc.— Apply F. C. MEIER, Proprietor (late of Windsor Hotel, Glasgow). Telephone, 0198 Colwyn Bay. "YE OLD CRYPTE" BLEND OF PURE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY. THE FINEST VALUE PROCURABLE. 21/- per Gallon 1 42/- Doz Bottles I per Cent. 3/6 „ Bottle J for Cash. Quellyn ROBERTS & Co., THE OLD CRYPT, WATERGATTC-ST., CHESTER. ISAAC WILLIAMS & SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS & GAS FITTERS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. Plumbers' Brasswork of all descriptions; Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, tc. Glass of all qualities and patterns kept in Stock. CHESTER STEAM LAUNDRY, VICTORIA ROAD (OL'J:JE BY T3S NORTH-3ATB STATION). All the arrangements are on the most approved modern aystom for Washing, Ironing, Drying, Packing, &c., and the management most efficient. W. H. LIPdHAM, Secretary & General Manager. (Chester Steam Laundry Co., Ltd.) TELEPHONE No. 411. Inspection is specially invited on any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. fWE 0/» ig% sun FSJAFAF FIRE OFFICE. Ot The Oldest Insurance Office \otO FUNDS IN HAND, £ 2,545,328. Insurances effected against the following risks :— FIRE. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION PERSONAL AND ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' SICKNESS AND LIABILITY, DISEASE, INCLUDING TWENTY ACCIDENTS TO GUARANTEE, DOMESTIC BURGLARY. SERVANTS. LOCAL AGENTS:— CHESTER Messrs. CHEERS & HOPLEY, 6, Northgate-street. » Messrs. W. DENSON & SON, Northgate. MAUAS Mr. THOMAS MULLOCK, Cuddington Heath. ELLESMERE PORT Mr. R. B. BLAYNEY.

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