"AMRI' FLL & LUMBT, VVET)L RING MAKERS, "WHOLl t: AND RETAIL ELLERS. Direct from the Makers and Save 7/6 in the Pound. LINGER SIZE CARD ON APPLICATION. ■°LR> POST OFFICE PLACE LIVERPOOL (OFF CHTJRCH-BT.)
1893 CLARETS. 1893 was one rf the fineab Claret Vintages of late years. The yield was enormous and the wines were exceptionally cheap. Cru de Lacombe-Durand, Pomerol 19/- per doz. Chateau Larroque, St. Emilion 22/- „ Chateau Mouton d' Armailhacq. 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. THOS. WELSBY & CO. WINE MERCHANTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. • .'v
public Announcements. THE JJ/fElSTER QXEE gINGERS MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. The above Famous Glee Party will give their AUTUMN CONCERT FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 26TH, 1900, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. They will be assisted during the evening by k4- HELEN TRUST (Soprano), MADAME FRICKENHAUS (Piano), and Miss NADIA SYLVA (Solo Violinist). 09mmmes and Tickets at PHILLIPSON and 8 Aj)jriggioN .—Reserved Seats, 3/6; West Gallery ar*. Second SeatB, 2/6; Side Galleries and Back ^r8' 1/6 Upper Gallery, 1/ ~oors open at 7-30. Carriages at 10. PN and GOLDER, Eastgate Row. TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY). 44ZSHIRE DAIRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL DAIRY gHOW WILL BE HELD IN THE MARKET HALL. CHESTER, Entrance from Northgate-street. 6 Show will be open to Visitors on Wednesday at 9-30 a.m. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING EACH. tHE DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES VK By the Right Honourable COUNTESS OF CREWE Will take place To-Day (Wednesday) "t 18 THE ASSEMBLY ROOH, TOWN HALL, 2-30 prompt, entrance from the Cheese Market. TICKETS: Reserved Seats, Is.; Second, 6d. ROBERT CHALLINOR, v Old Bank Buildings, Chester. CHESTER FANCIERS' ASSOCIATION. SINTH GRAND ANNUAL SHOW OF DOGS, POULTRY, CATS AND PIGEONS Y WILL BE HELD IN THE °lilJNTEER DRILL HALL, CHESTER, ON 14TH AND 15TH NOVEMBER. EDWARD ANDREWS, Secretary. "Jj^Newgate-streeb, Chester. tíOOTON pARK, OCTOBER 26TH AND 27TH. ft FIRST DAY. ^UEAT HOOTON PARK AUTUMN STEEPLECHASE OF 500 sovs. SECOND DAY. ^EAT STOCKWELL HURDLE RACE OF 500 sovs. FIRST RACE ONE O'CLOCK P.M. Special Trains will be advertised. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. J^XCURSIONS will run as under:— £ V MONDAY, October 22nd, to LONDON for 'o* 7 days, from CHESTER, &c. TIckets, bills, &c., can be obtained at the Stations. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. Rentiers. M'W. GREAT WESTERN. RAILWAY. IU3E Directors of this Company are prepared to receive TENDERS for the CONSTKUC- of a NEW ENGINE SHED at CROES YDD, near Wrexham. na and Specification may be seen and Forms tyj. ender and Bills of Quantities obtained at the of the Engineer at this Station, between the fj,*s of 10-0 a.m. arid 4-0 p.m. ^ers addressed to the undersigned and *e<i outside Tender for Engine Shed at Croes thJ^dd," will be received on or before TUESDAY, |«3rd instant. tjj. ,e Directors do not bind themselves to accept 10west or any Tender. G. K. MILLS, Secy. ^aingtoa Station, Lonaon, 9th October, 1900. JkTlSS KATE BEESLEY 4A deceives Pupils for RECITATIONS, STAGE, .^tends CHESTER THURSDAYS. Concerts «,j 'At Homes." '• j ^aa delighted with your work."—George Grossmith. pleased with your Recitations."—Countess terms, address care of Messrs. Phillipson and Eastgate Row; and 18, Bold-street, War- FRESH DAILY. JOlIN TITTLE & SONS' OMATO SAUSAGE AND COTCH HADDOCK. Ob THE ^STER UNITED GAS COMPANY. tCÅNDESCENT GAS BURNERS. ')1lE Company have now on view in their Show Q noom the New Patterns of Incandescent Or, also a selection of New Shades, Globes, tiovei Self-lighting arrangements for Incan- b or Ordinary Burners. tneans of the latest improvements and re- Price, Incandescent Gas Burners can be U8e(l in all situations, and are brought the reach of all Gas consumers. „ GAS FIRES. „ — "ompany have now a large stock of GAS HEATING STOVES, ^ing the Latest Patterns for all positions in ell()PS, OFFICES AND RESIDENCES. 11 D ROOM FIRES, With Boiling Burners attached. **8 COOKERS AND OTHER APPARATUS CAN ALSO BB SEEN. Particulars can be obtained on applica- Fitters will be sent free of charge to advise Consumers upon improved the adoption of Cooking or Heating ESTIMATES FREE. A* 4x ^FSRCES AND SHOW ROOM, CUPPIN STREET. ik To H.R.H. T-fill By SPBCUL ,&PPOINTXZ142 PRTNCIC Olr WALEG. W. & Fo BROWN & Co., CABINET MAKERS UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. X|" OUSE AGENTS. PROPRIETORS OF WAREHOUSES FOR STORING »» FURNITURE. VANS FOR REMOVING FURNITURE. Low PRICE AND RATER. public Notices. -#I' S. MARY'S-WITHOUT-THE-WALLS (S. MARY'S PARISH CHURCH). HARVEST FESTIVAL, SUNDAY NEXT, OCT. 21ST. SERVICES 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 11 a.m., 3-30 & 6-30 p.m. Morning Preacher: REV. F. TILNEY STONEX. Afternoon (Children's Service): REV. PREBENDARY BELLAMY. Evening: REV. DAVID DAVIES, Rector of Denbigh. Offertories for Chester Infirmary. H. GRANTHAM, Rector. M ALPAS QHURCH, SUNDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 21ST. MORNING AND EVENING. SELECTIONS OF SACRED MUSIC WILL BE 8UNG BY COUNTESS VALDA GLEICHEN. Collections for Church Restoration. CHESTER SOCIETY OF NATURAL SCIENCE, LITERATURE & ART. PRESIDENT J. D. SIDDALL, ESQ. THE ANNUAL CONVERSAZIONE WILL BE HELD IN THE GROSVENOR MUSEUM, ON WEDNESDAY, 17TH INST. The Kingsley Memorial Medal and Prizes will be presented by the COUNTESS GROSVENOR at 8 p.m. Doors open at 6.30 p.m. Carriages at 10.30 p.m. Tickets for Non-Members may be had from Mr. J. SIMON, Chemist, Eastgate Row. G. P. MILN, ) Hon. W. F. J. SHEPHEARD, j Secretaries, Grosvenor Museum. CUZNER TESTIMONIAL FUND. £ s. d. Amount already subscribed .249 2 6 T. R. Fleming, Esq. 110 Dr. W. Lees. 110 E. A. Ould, Esq. 1 0 0 Rev. Canon Acheson 0 10 6 J. W. Huke, Esq. 0 10 6 Further Subscriptions may be sent to the Hon. Treasurer, J. R. THOMSON, Esq., Parr's Bank. A. MILLWARD, 7 Hon. A. GREENWOOD, j Sees. CITY OF CHESTER, AND COUNTY OF THE SAME CITY, TO WIT. His HONOUR SIR HORATIO LLOYD, RECORDER. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the City and County of the City of Chester will be holden at the TOWN HALL. in the said City, on WEDNESDAY, the 17th day of October, 1900, at HALF-PAST TEN o'clock in the forenoon precisely, when and where all persons bound to appear are required to attend. Dated this 3rd day of September, 1900. SAML. SMITH, Clerk of the Peace. N.B.—Instructions for Indictments are to be sent to the Office of the Clerk of the Peace on or before the 10th prox. CITY OF CHESTER, AND COUNTY OF THE SAME CITY, TO WIT. HIS HONOUR SIR HORATIO LLOYD, RECORDER. HfcTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the PORT- IA MOTE and PENTICE COURTS for the City and County of the City of Chester will be holden at the TOWN HALL, in the said City, on WEDNES- DAY, the 17th day of October, 1900, at HALF-PAST TEN o'clock in the forenbon. Dated this 3rd day of September, 1900. SAML. SMITH, Town Clerk and Registrar. — Situational. Seven can sing, one can speak.German proverb. EECITATION, SPEAKING, GESTURE, READING. MR. W. H. WATSON (Official Lecturer on Elocution, Bootle School Board) visits Chester. Four Private Lessons Xl le. Ten Lessons in Class 10s. 6d. Ladies' Classes at Park-view, The Bars. Schools attended. Recitals. Literary Societies. MR. WATSON is a reciter gifted with dramatic action and keen intelligence. The varied types of character in The Merchant of Venice" were vividly portrayed by the talented elocutionist.—" Liverpool Mercury," 31st March, 190J. Scholarly and interesting, the several characters being cleverly differentiated.—" Liverpool Post," April 3,190u. Mr. WATSON'S Lecture on Speech" was highly intere6tmg, and was illustrated by several recitations admirably given. Liverpool Echo," 26th April, 1900. Great versatility and effective elocution.—" Liverpool Mercury," 13th October, 1900. ADDRESS 24, CANNING-ST., LIVERPOOL. OYAL 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. 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. UHORTHAND 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. 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 Agenoies invited. J. WILBERFORCE MARSDEN, Branch Manager, 9, Tithebarn-street, Liverpool. ISAAC WILLIAMS AND SO REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, 4 GAS FITTERS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. Plumbers' Brasswork of all descriptions; Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, &c.. Gi son of sllqualities and patternskeptinStock. — j II NORT GATE 'BREWERY COMPANY'S PRIME CHESTER ALES. I r SPECIAL HER MAJESTY APPOINTMENT THE QUEEN AND H.R.H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. BROWN & 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. I 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 perfeot fit in every case assured. Form for Self-measurement on application. A. PARKES, MAGAZIN DES MODBS, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. Houiasor Busxxxss-DAILY from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Jftumctpai lElectton gfttoress. CHESTER MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1900. TO THE ELECTORS OF SAINT OSWALD'S WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—Another period JLj of three years has elapsed, making it neces; sary for me to ask you, provided that in your opinion I have faithfully discharged my duties as your Representative in the Council, again to give me the honour of that representation. Much has been done, since I last addressed you, in adopting and developing schemes both important and essential, in order that the City may not be found backward in administering for the Municipal requirements of the present day. The Infectious Diseases Hospital has now been oompleted, and has been in working order for about twelve months. Although the expense of supplying this public necessity has been very great, it would have been still greater had it not so happened that the Corporation owned the land upon which the Hospital is erected. The Institu- tion cannot be self-supporting, so must be for all time somewhat of a burden upon the rates. The Baths, so long talked of and promised, are in course of construction. When completed, they will be a public boon, and although not likely to be financially successful, are a luxury the cost of which we should not grudge. It has been decided, and wisely too, that our Sewage system, and some of the Sewers, shall be improved: this again is a matter which will involve a considerable outlay, but it must be remembered that the amount borrowed many years ago for a similar purpose is now nearly ex- tinguished by effluxion of time. At the proper moment the Council, after some hesitation, decided (under the Act) to acquire the undertaking of the Tramways, and as the most strenuous supporter at all times of this course, I may here remind you that some difficulty was ex- perienced in persuading a majority of the Council to think this advisable, and it is not too much tn say that if I had not been present upon the occa- sion when the discussion tosk place, the vote of the Council would have been against the acquisition of this public convenience. Tramways have become a necessity in all comparatively large places, and as they have been introduced in Chester they must be continued, although it will require great care in their management and development to prevent a loss being incurred in view of the small- ness of the population. The housing of the working classes, which is still before the public, is a question in which I am well known to take parti- cular interest. I should not wonder, however, if the overcrowding in the courts and alleys may be to some extent alleviated by the running of the trams to distant points outside the City, thus exercising a decentralising effect upon the population. No doubt the several undertakings I have men- tioned form a gloomy picture from the ratepayers' point of yiew. I have, however, a word of conso- lation for them. Very few have realised the valuable asset the city possesses in the Electric Light Works. These have been from the first an unqualified success, and had they become the undertaking of a Public Company, they would have earned a most handsome dividend, even at the price charged at present for the current, which is the lowest in the Kingdom. That the working of the Electric Light should go into any other hands than those of the Corporation is a proposition which I have always strongly resisted, and on my initiative it was decided to retain the control of this enterprise under Corporation management. An example of the advantage derived from a Cor- poration taking the public services into its own hands from the commencement is furnished here. The Electric Light Works on the one hand started under Corporation auspices and free of dead capital. In the case of the Trams, on the other hand, the Council will have to pay in round figures over E20,000 for the privilege of taking over the concern from a public company. The works are being largely extended; the capital shortly to be employed will be £ 100,000. By the extension of the business greater results will be obtained, and I can confidently look forward to the day when this undertaking will be able, by its profits, to help the rates by meeting the losses on other Corporation schemes which cannot of themselves be expected to be remun- erative or, indeed, self-supporting. May I in conclusion ask you for your support on the day of Election, if necessary, and I do so with the more confidence, seeing that during the twelve years I have represented your Ward, I have had no complaint of failure on my part to do my duty as the representative of such an important section of the City P I have the honour to be, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, I BENJAMIN CHAFFERS ROBERTS. Oakfield, Upton, 16th October, 1900.
BAKER & SONS, Family and Fancy Bread Bakers, BRIDGE STREET. CHESTER (BAKERS TO HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER). WEDDING BREAKFASTS, RECEPTIONS, ESTIMATES GIVEN. BRIDE CAKES, BIR^IDAY AND CHRISTENING ,ES. BOXES OF FANCY DESSERT BISCUITS (OF OWN MANUFACTURE.) LUNCHEONS SERVED DAILY FROM 12.30. CYCLISTS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. TELEPHONE 47. I TELEGRAMS: "BAKERS, CHESTER." Sftipptng. WHITE STAR LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK, via QUEENSTOWN. TEUTONIC .Wed., Oct. 24 Nov. 21 Dec. 19 GERMANIC.Wed., Oct. 31 Nov. 28 MAJESTIC .Wed., Nov. 7 JDec 5 OCEANIC Wed., Nov. 14 Dec'. 12 CYMRIC Fri., *Nov. 16 Wed., Dec. 26 Will not call at Queens town 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, Jwpan, New Zealand, and Australia. For further particulars apply to W. COVENTRY, 41, Watergate-street, Cheater; or to ISMAY, IMRIE & CO., LIVIEPOOL, 17, Cockspur.street, S.W., and»T 34, Leadenhall-8treet, E.C., JLOBDOH. ALLAN LINE TO CANADA AND UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. 09.9. PARISIAN, for Quebec and Montreal Oct. 18 fs.s. GRECIAN, for St. John's. N.F.,and Halifax Oct. 20 ta.s. AUSTRIAN, for Monte Video and Buenos Ayres Oct. 25 Via Londonderry. f Cargo only. Saloon Fares from MI0, 2nd Cabin R7, Steerage 25 100. 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. ELDER, DEMPSTER & CO. J-J (BEAVER LINE;) ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LVIERPOOL TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL. 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. I fticauhouse, Water-street, Liverpool. li, V DOMINION LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. PASSENGER SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. Oct. 18.DOMINION, for Quebec and Montreal Oct. 25 ..NEW ENGLAND, for Boston Oct. 25.CAMBROMAN, for Quebec ami 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. For further particulars apply to RicKAsns, MILLS and Co., 24, James-street, Liverpool. New publications. ESTABLISHED IN lass. THE MINING JOURNAL, RAILWAY AND COMMERCIAL GAZJTTTE. THE OLDEST MINING PAPER. The Subscription to THE MINING JOURNAL, including postage, is for:— 12 months. 6 months. 3 months. The United Kingdom 248. ").28. 6S. Abroad 28s. 14s. 7s. payable in advance. THE MINING JOURNAL can be purchased on Satur. day mornings at all Railway Bookstalls and Newsagents throughout the United Kingdom for 64. Editorial and Advertisement Officellr 46, QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, LONDON, E.C. 'T HE CHESHIRE SHEAFS THIRD SERIES, EDITED BY THE REV. FRANCIS SANDERS, M.A., VICAB. OF HOTLAKE; AND WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, RoN. SECRETARY OF THE RECORD SOCIETY. The First and Second Volumes of the New (Third) Series of the CHESHIRE SHEAF, reprinted after revision from the Chester Courant, together with a full Index of Names and places, is now ready for issue to Subscribers. Price to Subscribers, 6/- nett. Application for oopies to be sent to- MR. WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, 4, Eaton Road, Birkenhead. A WORD To OUR READERS. ♦ 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 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 beat value' for money. THE COURANT PRINTING WORKS, THE CROSS, CHESTER. —— COME AND SEE THE NEW TOY SHOP. NEXT DOOR TO THE BIJOU BAZAAR. LATEST LONDON NOVELTIES. SALE OF SURPLUS STOCK, FOR A FEW DAYS, COMMENCING OCTOBER 17. PHILLIPSON & GOLDER, EASTGATE ROW. V § GROSVENOR NURSERIES, HANDBRIDGE. FRUIT TREES, ROSES, SHRUBS, QUICKS, HOLLIES, &C. INSPECTION INVITED. REASONABLE PRICES. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. FRUIT TREES, ROSES, SHRUBS, QUICKS, HOLLIES, &C. s INSPECTION INVITED. REASONABLE PRICES. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. MCHATTIE & CO., CHESTER. CARRIAGES. J. A. LAWTON & CO., SUCCESSORS TO THE LATE WM. HEWITT, NORTHGATE STREET, CHESTER. HIGH-CLASS CARRIAGES. MODERATE PRICES. EVERT 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, HARDKAN STREET, LIVERPOOL; also at 24,25, 26 & 27, ORCHARD STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON. 500 GOLD MEDALS FOR GENERAL EXCELLENCE & SUPERIORITY. E. DALE, CHESTER AND CARNARVON, /^Y FOR y/ HIGHEST CLASS STSTBM AND OBCASH. LOWEST Illustrated Catalogue sent Frei on application. COMPETITIVE V/ PIANOS PRICES Prom 101- Monthly. IN ORGANS From 5/- Monthly X All Instruments Delivered Free exchanged if not approved of | aV7 sad warmuted for 10 yews. I TUNING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. Orders by Post receive prompt attention. HEAD OFFICE & SHOWROOMS— 51, BRIDGE-ST. ROW, CHESTER. BY 8PBCIAL APPOINTMENT TO ——™ MA. -SIR- R. BOLLAND & SONS CONFECTIONERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 1ST CLASS RESTAURANT. I CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM IN BASEMENT. WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST BRAWDP. BEER & STOUT drawn from the Wood. COFFEE. CIGARS. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS 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, (808 presented to the QOESN), 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. AM Bizei kept in stock. Illustrated Catalogues Gratis Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions, &c. Customers' Cycles Stored without charge. 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. AUTUMN NOVELTIES. MADAME HAMLEY Is now Showing in each Department a choioe collection of NEW GOODS. LOVELY MILLINERY. JACKETS & MANTLES. NEW BLOUSES. SPECIALITY- TAILOR-MADE COATS & SKIRTS for Walking and Cycling. BRIDGE-ST. ROW. LADIES' HAIR COMBINGS, MADE UP 2/- PER oz. WEAR THE ") I TAILS ") 1 IMMOVABLE £ OF I SCALPETTE. ) | PURE HAIR,) 5/0 T. SEALES BROWN, S. LEECE STREET, LIVERPOOL. EDWARD WILLIAMS, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, COLOURER, PAPER-HANGER, &c., 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. JMPORTANT 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. EADE'S PILLS. EADE'S "DILLS. All who Buffer from Gont JL «r Rheumatism should EADE'S T>ILLS. immediately have recourse JL to EADE'S PILLS. Han. 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