CAMPBELL & LUMBY, WEDDING. RING MAKERS, RESALE AND RETAIL JEWELLERS. direct from the Makers and Save 7/6 in the Pound. — G];11 SIZE CARD ON APPLICATION. POST OFFICE PLACE Liverpool (OFF CHPRCH-ST.)
1893 CLARETS. 1893 was on 1 (f the fiaesi Claret Vintages of late years. 'J he jield wa., enormous and the wines were exceptionally cheap. Cru de Lacombe-Durand, Pomerol 19/- per doz. Chateau Larroque, Sti Emilion 22/- Chateau Mouton d' Afmailhacq. 24/- „ *Chateau Duhart-Milon 40/- *Chateau Branaire Ducru 48/- Chateau Lafite (corks branded) 60/- „ Bottled at the Chateau. Carriage paid. 5 per cent. discount for cash. TIJOS. WELSBY & CO. WINE MERCHANTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER.
lubIíc announccmmto. ^Slc HALL, CHESTER. Two NIGHTS ONLY. "ESDAT & THURSDAY, OCT. 10 & 11. MR. ALBERT ^EVALIBB'S RECITALS. J, SUPPORTED BY ^OSSIE BEHRENS (Soprano & Siffleuse), 5a- WEIST HILL (Solo Yioloncello), w ^SON HARDY (Ventriloquist & Mimic), AT AND ^RED H. WEST (Solo Pianist and ).r, Accompanist). \) iE 's Latest Impersonations "Anky t 'Waxwork Show," A Fallen Star," talked abaht," "Mons. Armand E>b,» » "An old Bachelor," Mary had a little "Mafekin' Night" (New Coster vW obtained on application to Messrs. VI ^oldN GOLDKR, the Library, which will KV aera by early doors at 7.15 without extra •Admission: Reserved, 4s. and 3s.; •3Q o' » Admission, Is. Ordinary Doors > Commence at 8, Carriages at 10. Manager: MR. CHAS. INGLE. St- MARY'S PARISH. BIENNIAL BAZAAR V 0j., Aid of the Sunday Schools er Parochial Institutions, will be held IN THE TOWN HALL, > dA.Y & SATURDAY, OCT. 12TH & 13TH. \R, V li^ETTICE GROSVENOR will open the ™ j.0eedings at 3 p.m. on the First Day, ^ORESS (MRS. H. T. BROWN) at 2.30 1 p.m. on the Second Day. Q 'tliTItILOQUIAL SKETCHES, tlntl08"* Figures and refined Punch and Judy I Attainments by Professor MILLER. Mjw TABLEAUX, k DGE AMATEUR MINSTRELS, TIN GIPSY TENT, L Q GALLERY, GRAMAPHONE, &c. VITI^SNTS AT MODERATE CHARGES. BAND will play Selections of Music 3 to 5 on FRIDAY, 2s.; 5 to 10, Is. IJ. .^TURDAY, Is.; 6 to 10, 6d. !ok?W '8 (not transferable) 2s. 6d. each; SKHEN before FRIDAY, 12th October, 2s.; to ROM MISS MULVEY, Post Office, Ali ^R" LEWIS, School House, Hand- |AQ. ^.8SRS. PHILLIPSON & GOLDER and UTTON & SON, Eastgate-street; Mr. \^h'es ^AN» Bridge-street; or from the Prebendary BELLAMY and Mr. T. r. -— PEe I A L NOTICE. IW THE GREAT L DAIRY SHOW F t1J1J; WILL BE HELD K MARKET HALL, CHESTER, ON 0AY AND WEDNESDAY, I Ct°BER 16TH AND 17TH, 1900. i- 4 — ^st and other information apply to Oj ^ty, i ROBERT CHALLINOR. Ijj ftr^"Btreet, Chester. —The Secretary will accept rf Up THURSDAY MORNING'S \>T « ^cTOBER 11TH. On that day they "OllY close. C n"lly close. K. FANCIERS' ASSOCIATION. T^Tpr V 11 GRAND ANNUAL SHOW NFTS, POULTRY, V 'ATS AND PIGEONS "^ILL BE HELD IN THE 0^UR DRILL HALL, CHESTER, t 14TH AND 15TH NOVEMBER. SXj EDWARD ANDREWS, Secretary. ik^s^-street;, Chester. ,t.S KATE BEESLEY A%d!8 £ nPils for RECITATIONS, STAGE, ^L\THURSDAYS. Concerts i%V your work."—George Qrossmith. td, with your Recitations.Countess tl^ji^dress care of Messrs. Phillipson and Kate Row; and 18, Bold-street, War- Ik^ THE V '0 RIGIN A L ^TO SAUSAGE, V IOD. PER LB. V ^ESH DAILY. SF — 1 SCOTCH HADDOCKS. LITTLE & SONS, ROW, CHESTER. Tilt CHESTER tJ) GAS COMPANY. .\S COOKERS. K AT LOW QUARTERLY RATES. a°.A.t LABOUR, AND INSURE COMFORT. VJ^XLNA STOVES. <t\S STOVES FOR STORES J\D SHOPS, WITHOUT A FLUE PIPE. ht G-ROOM STOVES, S ^TO FIT M EXISTING ^URATES & TILED HEARTHS. S^OVES AND BEDROOM FIRES. () —— GS8 AND SHOW ROOMS STREET, CHESTER. w mi To H.R.H. THIC BY SPECIAL *§3526- TR /AFF^B^NKNT PRINCE OF APPOINTMENI JQM WALES. W & F BROWN & Co., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. HOUSE AGENTS. PROPRIETORS OF WAREHOUSES FOR STORING FURNITURE. VANS FOR REMOVING FURNITURE. Low PRICE AND RATES. ^totices. CHESTER GENERAL INFIRMARY. FORTY-SECOND COLLECTION. HOSPITAL SUNDAY, 14TH OCTOBER, 1900. OUZNER TESTIMONIAL FUND. £ s. d. Amount already subscribed .244 15 6 Rev. F. R. Bryans 1 0 0 Dr. C. Jephcott 0 10 6 Miss M. E. Wood 0 10 6 T. Ryde Jones, Esq. 0 10 6 J. H. Cooke, Esq. 0 10 6 Miss J. E. Fletcher 0 10 0 Messrs. T. Hart Davies and Son 0 10 0 Jas. Snelson, Esq. 0 5 0 Further Subscriptions may be sent to the Hon. Treasurer, J. R. THOMSON, Esq., Parr's Bank. A. MILLWARD, 7 Hon. A. GREENWOOD, j Sees. TRANSVAAL WAR. GOLDIERS' RELIEF FUND. SUBSCRIPTIONS. £ s. d. District Goods Manager and Staff (L. and N.-W. Railway) (11th don.) 0 10 6 Employees of G. W. Ry. Carriage and Wagon Works, Saltney (monthly) 1 1 0 Subscriptions to be paid to Mr. WM. PEERS, Honorary Treasurer, Town Hall. Chester. J. H. LAYBOURNE, Hon. Secretary. Town Hall, Chester, 9th Oct., 1900. THE HALKYN DISTRICT MINES DRAINAGE COMPANY. (Incorporated by Act of Parliament.) TVrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that an 131 EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders in this Company will be held at the Office of the Company, No. 16, Corn Exchange Chambers, in the city of Chester, on WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of October instant, at Half-past Twelve o'clock noon, for the following purpose, viz.To consider the desirability of converting the Shares of the Company into Stock, and if it should be decided to do so, to pass the necessary resolution thereon.—By order, WAKEFIELD, JACKSON & DODD, Secretaries. 16, Corn Exchange Chambers, Chester, 9tti October, 1900. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the COUNTY OF CHESTER will be holden at the COURT HOUSE, KNUTSFORD, in and for the said County, on MONDAY, the 15th day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the Fore- noon, when the Grand Jury will be empannelled. The hearing of all Appeals arising within the Hundreds of Bucklow, Macclesfield, and Northwich, forming the Knutsford District, and the trials of all prisoners committed from such Hundreds, will take place at such Sessions. The Grand and Petty Juries for the Knutsford District must be in attendance at the Court House, Knutsford, at the opening of the Court on MONDAY, the 15th day of October, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. THE COURT will be Adjourned to the Castle of Chester, on THURSDAY, the 18th day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, when another Grand Jury will be empannelled. The hearingjof all Appeals arising within the Hundreds of Broxton, Eddisbury, Nantwich, and Wirral, forming the Chester District, and the trials of all prisoners committed from the last-mentioned Hundreds will take place at such Adjourned Sessions. The Grand and Petty Juries for the Chester District must be in attendance at the Castle of Chester, at the opening of the Court on THURSDAY, the 18th day of October next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. REGINALD POTTS, Clerk of the Peace for the County of Chester. Chester, 24th September, 1900. COUNTY OF CHESTER. DISEASES OF ANIMALS ACT, 1894. FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at a Meeting of the Executive Committee of the Local Authority of the County of Chester, held at the Crewe Arms Hotel, Crewe, on Friday, the 28th day of September, 1900, IT WAS ORDERED that from and after the 8th Oay of October, 1900, the movement of Animals (i.e., CATTLE, SHEEP, GOATS, AND ALL OTHER RUMINATING ANIMALS AND SWINE) into the District of the Local Authority of the County of Chester BE ABSOLUTELY PROHIBITED from the District of any Local Authority in England or Wales or Scotland, in which the Board of Agriculture may by any Order or Orders consequent upon an Out- break or Outbreaks of Foot-and-mouth Disease, constitute in whole or in part a scheduled district or in which Foot and Mouth Disease exists, such prohibition to operate so long only as the Order or Orders of the Board of Agriculture constituting such District or Districts continue in operation and to lapse on the revocation thereof by the Board, or on notification from the Board that Foot-and-Mouth Disease has ceased to exist in the District of any such Authority. REGINALD POTTS, Clerk to the Cheshire County Council. Chester, 6th October. 1900. NOTE. The Board of Agriculture have at the date hereof prescribed scheduled districts in whole or in part in the following Counties, viz:—Wilts, Somerset. The District of the Local Authority of the County of Chester does not include the City of Chester, nor any of the Municipal Boroughs situate therein. Animals shall not be deemed to be moved into the District of the Local Authority of the County of Chester from the District of any Authority in which there is wholly or in part a Foot and Mouth Disease Scheduled District, or in which Foot and Mouth Disease exists, where they are moved through such district or any part thereof by railway without unnecessary delay, and without the animals being untrucked or rebooked within such district or any part thereof. Animals cannot be moved into the County of Chester that may have been at any time during the continuance of the foregoing, Regulationswithin the District of any Authority in which there is wholly or in part a Foot-and-Mouth Disease Scheduled District, or in which Foot and Mouth Disease exists. Any offence against the above Regulations is deemed an offence against the Diseases of Animals Act, 1894, which renders the offender liable to the penalties therein provided. LADIES' HAIR COMBINGS, JLJ MADE UP 2/- PBR oz. WEAR THE 7 From I TAILS 1 F IMMOVABLE £ OF [ SCALPETTE. ) Z1/ J PURE HAIR,) 5/0 T. SEALES BROWN, S, LEECE STREET, LIVERPOOL. NORTHGATE BREWERY COMPANY'S PRIME CHESTER ALES. Bt To SPECIAL HER MAJESTY APPOINTMENT «TF539FLSE^ THE QUEEN ANDH.R.H.THE PRINCESS OF WALES. GE O WF & CO., EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. SPECIAL SHOW OF NEW GOODS FOR AUTUMN & WINTER WEAR, ON MONDAY, OCT. 1ST, & FOLLOWING DAYS. MILLINERY, MANTLES, SILKS, DRESS FABRICS, LACES, GLOVES. DOWN QUILTS, IRISH HAND-EMBROIDERED — LINENS. ALFRED PARKES, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. AUTUMN, 1900.-SPECIAL. FIRST SHOW OF ALL KIND OF FURS, FUR-LINED CLOAKS, TRAVELLING WRAPS, &c., &c. RE-MODELLING LADIES' OWN FUR GARMENTS By experienced Workers, and perfect fit in every case assured. Form for Self measurement on application. A P A P. K E S MAGAZIN DBS MODBB, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. HOURS OF BusiNicas-DAILY from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Parliamentary lElection ^ttoress. TO THE FREEMEN & ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF CHESTER. GENTLEMEN,-I beg to tender you my most sincere thanks for the great honour you have done me in electing me for the fourth time in succession as your representative in Parliament. It is now some FOURTEEN YEARS since you first deemed me worthy of your confidence. During this long period I have done my best to maintain and to advance your interests, both Imperial and Local, and in the ensuing Parliament these interests will, irrespective of party differ- ences, receive my constant consideration. I remain, Gentlemen, Your obliged and faithful Servant, ROBERT A. YERBURGH. Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, 6th October, 1900. Ebucational. ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Tenterden-street, London, W. Instituted 1822. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1830. The METROPOLITAN EXAMINATION of Musical Composers, Performers and Teachers. Successful Candidates at which are created LICENTIATES of the ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, and have the sole right of appending the letters L.R.A.M. to their names. The examinations are held during the Summer and Christmas vaca- tions. Last day for Entry for the Christmas examination (31st October, 1900). Syllabus, Entry Forms, and all further informa- tion may be obtained on application to F. W. RENAUT, Secretary. MRS. JACKSON, A.I.U.M, gives LESSONS on Harp, Piano, Banjo and Man- doline. Attends Chester Wednesdays.—Southlea, Upper Promenade, Colwyn Bay. 314 MISS GORDON NUNN, Violiniste (pupil of Mons. L. G6rski, of Paris). MISS FLORENCE NUNN, 'Cellist (pupil of Herr Hugo Becker), visits Chester Wednesdays. Miss JESSIE NUNN gives Lessons in Singing (Italian method), first study also Pianoforte. Terms for lessons, ensemble classes, address MAYLANDS, Fallowfield, Manchester. SHORTHAND SCHOLARSHIP.— SHORTHAND SCHOLARSHIP.— Young Men and Women having a good English education can obtain through their own efforts a Scholarship for a thorough course of Instruction in Shorthand and Typewriting. Write for particulars, stating age, full name and address, to the WILLIAMS TYPEWRITER COMPANY, 104, Newgate-street, London, E.C. Stjipjuna. WIIITE STAR LINE. » ▼ ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK, via QUEENSTOWN. CYMRIC Fri., Oct. 12 -Nov. 16 Wed., Dec. 26 OCEANIC Wed., Oct. 17 Nov. 14 Dec. 12 TEUTONIC Wed., Oct. 24 Nov. 21 Dec. 19 GERMANIC. Wed., Oct. 31 Nov. 28 MAJ.fc.SlTC .WecU, Nov. 7 Dec. 5 Will not call at Queenstown on this voyage. Third Class Passage at Low Rates, including Outfit free of charge to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, or Baltimore. Superior accommodation at moderate fares for Saloon and Second Saloon; also through bookings to China, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia. For further particulars apply to W. COVENTRY, 41, Watergate-street, Chester; or to ISMAY, IMKIE & CO., LIVERPOOL, 17, Cockspur-street, S.W., and J T 34, Leadenhall-atreet, E.C., iLlOIfDON- ALLAN LINE To CANADA AND UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. s.s. CORINTHIAN, for Quebec and Montreal.Oct. 11 s.s. SIBERIAN, for St. John's, N.F., Halifax, and Philadelphia Oct. 15 •s.s. PARISIAN, for Quebec and Montreal Oct. 18 fs.s. GRECIAN, for St. John's, N.F.,aud Halifax Oct. 20 ta.s. AUSTRIAN, for Monte Video and Buenos Ayres Oct. 25 Via Londonderry. t Cargo only. Saloon Fares from 210. 2nd Cabin 27, Steerage 95 10s. Through Tickets to all points at special rates. CANADA.— For handbooks, maps. rates, and full particulars apply to ALLAN OFFICES, 19. James-street, Liverpool; or to S. HARRIS, 43, Pepper.st.. Chester. TTLDER, DEMPSTER & CO. -AJ (BEAVER LINE.) ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LVIERPOOL TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL. s.s. LAKE SUPERIOR Oct. 16 s.s. LAKE ONTARIO Oct. 23 Passengers booked through to all parts of Canada and United States. Superior accommodation at lowest rates for First, Second, and Third Class Passengers. Special terms to Families and Parties intending to emigrate. Apply to ELDER, DEMPSTER & CO., African House, Water-street, Liverpool. -C -_u.- DOMINION LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. PASSENGER SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. Oct. IS DOMINION, for Quebec and Montreal Through Tickets issued to all inland towns. Company's handbook of information and book of views forwarded on application. All passengers embark at the Prince's Landing Stage. I For further particulars apply to RICHAIIDS, MILLS a id Co., 24, James-street, Liverpool. For further particulars apply to RICHAIIDS, MILLS a id Co., 24, James-street, Liverpool. COME AND SEE t. THE ,_c- NEW TO Y SHO P. NEXT DOOR TO THE BIJOU BAZAAR. LATEST LONDON NOVELTIES. t FOR FARM IMPLEMENTS M AUTUMN & WINTER USE. Chaff Cutters, Pulpers, and Grinding Mills in all Sizes. eb PLOUGHS, HARROWS, & CULTIVATORS, CARTS, LURRIES, SHANDRIES, AND DAIRY UTENSILS. ALL BY BEST MAKERS AT LOWEST PRICES. LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM. INSPECTION INVITED. AT4J CORN EXCHANGE NTTFGTPD I JLVI^^UIM IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE, CARRIAGES. J. A. LAWTON & CO., SUCCESSORS TO THE LATE WM. HEWITT, NORTHGATE STREET, CHESTER. HIGH-CLASS CARRIAGES. MODERATE PRICES. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARRIAGE IN STOCK FOR TOWN, PARK, ROAD, OR COUNTRY DRIVING. Repairs Executed by First-class Workmen with promptitude at Moderate Charges. ESTIMATES FOR NEW WORK OR REPAIRS OF ANY KIND FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. GENTLEMEN WAITED UPON AT THEIR RESIDENCES BY APPOINTMENT IF DESIRED. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY J. A. LAWTON & CO., COACHBUILDERS & HARNESS MAKERS, NORTHGATE STREET, CHESTER; 35, HARDMAN STREET, LIVERPOOL; also at 24, 25, 26 & 27, ORCHARD STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON. 500 GOLD MEDALS FOR GENERAL EXCELLENCE & SUPERIORITY. GROSVENOR NURSERIES, jtrr HANDBRIDGE- j" FRUIT TREES. ROSES, SHRUBS, YSJJJJGFFI QUICKS, HOLLIES, &C. s INSPECTION INVITED. REASONABLE PRICES. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. ,HCHAT TIE & CO., CHESTER. E. DALE, CHESTER AND CARNARVON, FOR Y/ OV HIGHEST CLASS HIRE SYSTEM AND Xsy/ OB CASH. LOWEST Illustrated Catalogue sent Prof on application. COMPETITIVE )r /V/ PIANOS PRICES Y/ FROM 1°'" MONTHL7 IN ORGANS X From 5/- Monthly x AH Instruments Delivered Free exchanged ff pot approved of and warranted for 10 years. \/y'/ J v>. T YV* TUNING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. Orders by Post receive prompt attention. ^X HEAD OFFICE & SHOWROOMS— 51, BRIDGE-ST. ROW, CHESTER. ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY (Fire and Life). Established 1808. Claims paid over £ 14,000,000. Unconditional and Whole World Life Policies with Large Bonuses. Dis- counted Bonus Assurances. Applications for Agencies invited. J. WILBERFORCE MARSDEN, Branch Manager, 9. Tithebarn-street, Liverpool. ISAAC WILLIAMS AND SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, A GAS FITTERS, -t- CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. Plumbers' Brasswork of all descriptions; Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, &c. Gla-ssof allqualities and patternskeptinStook. ♦ I AUTUMN NOVELTIES. I MAD AME H AMLEY Is now Showing in each I Department a choice collection of NEW GOODS. LOVELY MILLINERY. JACKETS & MANTLES. NEW BLOUSES. SPECIALITY— TAILOR-MADE COATS & SKIRTS for Walking and Cycling. BRIDGE-ST. ROW. BAKER & SONS, 8 3 Family and Fancy Bread Bakers, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER (BAKERS TO HIS GRACE THB DUKE OF WESTMINSTER.) WEDDING BREAKFASTS, RECEPTIONS, ESTIMATES GIVEN. BRIDE CAKES, BIRTHDAY AND CHRISTENING CAKES. BOXES OF FANCY DESSERT BISCUITS (OF OWN MANUFACTURE.) LUNCHEONS SERVED DAILY FROM 12.30. CYCLISTS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. TELEPHONE 47. TELEGRAMS: "BAKERS, CHESTER." TO-DAY Tea has to be of exceptional excellence to satisfy the critical taste of the public. What our grandmothers were contented with the present generation would regard as insipid. Not only has cultivation im- proved, but the knowledge of blending Teas far out-rivals the knowledge formerly possessed. Brooke, Bond's have the dis- tinction of being the pioneers of the art of blending in England on a large scale, and by the marked superiority of their Tea have gained a position that is unique as Tea Importers, Tea Blenders and Tea Distributors. BROOKE, BOND'S TEA Is opulant in fragrance, snperb in strength, and yields a new delight to everyone who drinks it. It is as refreshing as a Summer breeze, and almost as cheap, for the Nimble Ninepence buys Half-a-Pound. Who would be without it P 30,000 AGENTS SELL IT. FULL WEIGHT WITHOUT THE PAPER. BROOKE, BOND'S TEA. EDWARD WILLIAMS, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, JL-t. COLOURER, PAPER-HANGER, &0., 33, NICHOLAS STREET, CHESTER. Paper-Hangings of the Newest Designs kept in Stock. Pattern Books sent out to Select from. Estimates given for Town or Country Work. WHEAT jS O WING. Under the Special Patronage of HER MAJESTY THE QUEfiN, H.R.H. THE LATE PRINCE CONSORT, H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, And patronised by the Principal Noblemen, Land- owners and Agriculturists in the Kingdom. DOWN'S FARMERS' FRIEND (CARBOLISED) Has stood the test of upwards of 60 years, and is acknowledged to be the safest and most effectual preventive of SMUT IN WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, &c. The Ravages of the Slug, Grub, and Wireworm, and the incursion of Rooks and Vermin. A Ninepenny Packet is sufficient for Six Bushels of Seed Wheat, which can be dressed and fit to sow in a quarter of an hour. MANUFACTORY: WOBURN SANDS, BEDS. EADE'S PILLS. TRADE'S ■ »ILL3. All who suffer from Gont JCi XT *r Rheumatism should EADE'8 T*>ILLS. immediately have recourse JL to EADE'S PILLS. Hun- EADE'S | »ILLS. dreds of Testimonials have JL been received from all EADE'S "DILLS. sorts and conditions at JL men testifying' to the won- EADE'S TRILLS. derfnl pewer these Pills JL have in giving relief in the very worst cases. These Pills are purely vegetable and perfectly safe in their action. INSTANTLY BELIEVE AND RAPIDLY CURE THE WORST FORM OF GOUT, RHEUMATISM, RHEUMATIC GOUT, PAINS IN THE HEAD, FACE, AND LIMBS, And have the largest recommendation ever given any patent medicine of its class. GOUT 16, Burton Crescent, Dewsbury-road, Leeds, May 2nd. 1894. RHEUMATISM Dear Sir,—It is with un. bounded pleasure I send you a GOUT few lines in praise of your most excellent Pills. It is sij years since I first had Rheu. Iff E U X A, T I S M matic Goat, and I had three RHEUMATISM matic Goat, and I had three months in bed with it Of GOUT course I had the doctor" and he sweated me down almost to a skeleton. The next sm-inr I RHEUMATISM had another attack, aST^s _T__ persuaded by a friend to try liOUT your Pills. I did so, and an V* quite sure they prevented my „ „ being laid up again. HEUMATISM I WOULD NOT BE WITH OUT THEM IF THEY COSQ GOUT ONE POUND A BOTTLE. You are quite at liberty; make what use you like-of this. RHEUMATISM and I shall be pleased to answei JLtt any poor safferer who cares to write me (enclosing stamped GOUT address). Wishing you ever* success, yours truly, ALBERT JHOUHTAIB. EADE'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS Are Sold by all Chemists, in Bottles, Is. ltd. and 2s. 91; or sent post free for Postal Order by the Propfietoi GEORGE EADE, 232, GOSWELL-SOAD, E.C. Ask for and be sure you obtain EADE'S GOUT ANI RHEUMATIC PILLS. EADE'S PILLS. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY H.R.H. "D YMFMI R. BOLLAND & SONS CONFECTIONERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 1ST CLASS RESTAURANT. I CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM IN BASEMENT. WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST BRANDS. BEER & STOUT drawn from the Wood. COFFEE. CIGARS. SPECIAL A^ANQEMENTS FOR PARTIES. LUNCHEON HAMPERS FOR PICNIC PARTIES. PRIVATE ROOM FOR PARTIES. Bolland's Celebrated Shortbread Biscuits, 1/6 PER Box; AND Dainty "Afternoon Tea" Cakes, (as presented to the QCTEEN), 3/6 TO 7/- PER Box, including postage. BOLLAND'S TURTLE SOUP (prepared from fresh Turtle). CALVES' FEET JELLY. Highly recommended for Invalids. WEDDING CAKES. As supplied to the Royal Family. All Sistft lcept in stock. Illustrated Catalogues Grona Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions, &c. Customers' Cycles Stored without charqe. TELEGRAMS: BOLLANDS, CHESTER." TELEPHONE, 37. AUTUMN GOODS. JOSEPH JJECKETT & CO. ARE NOW SHOWING NEW AUTUMN DRESS FABRICS AND TWEEDS. HOMESPUNS, FRIEZES & SERGES, GOLF CLOAKS & WRAPS. LADIES are reminded that the present is the best time to have SEALSKIN, PALETOTS and FURS ALTERED and RE-MODELLED. EASTGATE ROW. PRINCIPAL DISPLAY OF FASHIONS FOR WINTER. GEO. HENRY LEE & Co., LIMITED, BASNETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL, Beg to announce their Principal Display of WINTER FASHIONS ON THIS AND FOLLOWING DAYS, When they will Show a Beautiful Collection of the Latest Paris and Continental Models in LADIES' COSTUMES, TAILOR-MADE DRESSES. CHOICE MILLINERY, BONNETS & HATS. New Designs in LADIES' MANTLES, CAPES & JACKETS. RICH FURS & SEALSKIN JACKETS. NEW SILKS, NEW DRESS MATERIALS, &c. GEORGE HENRY LEE & CO., LTD. BASNETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL. TMPORTANT NOTICE!! CLEARANCE SALE OF THIRTY NEW AND SECOND-HAND LADIES' AND GENT'S BICYCLES, ALSO THE STOCK OF ACCESSORIES, From SEPT. 8th to SEPT. 22nd inclusive, AT P. DOBBINS' SHOW ROOMS, 14, CANAL SIDE, CHESTER. A WORD To OUR READERS. I — If you desire your PRINTING to be Up-to- Date, Smart, Effective, and Low in Price—con- sistent with quality- send a trial order to the v Courant Printing Works, The Cross, Chester, and you will not be dis- appointed. We do not profess to do work at lower prices than any other house, but we do promise you the best value for money. THE COURANT PRINTING WORKS* THE CROSS, CHESTER.