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auction JBiarp. Sales by MESSES. CHURTON. ULPmUii. ROBERTS A RICHA DSON. Nov. 13—At the Auction Mart, Foregate-street- Household Furniture and Effects By MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS. Oct. 24-At the Smithfield, Hooton-Fat and Store Stock Oct. 27-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Houses, Shops and Land in Chester Oct. 29-At Milton Brook Lodge. Stamford Bridge —Farming Stock and Letting of Pasture Land Oct. 30 At the Smithfield, Claoi;ter Fat and Store Stock Nov. I-At the Simthfield, Chester-Rose Trees, Rhododendrons, Fruit Trees, &c. Nov. 3-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Cottages and Building Land at Sealani Nov. 5—At Storeton House Farm, near Birken- head—Farming Stock Sales Eg guctiotu AUCTION MART, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. MESSES. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. will hold their NEXT SALE of Miscellaneous FURNITURE and EFFECTS on TUESDAY, 13th November, 1900. THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), at One o'clock. AT THE SMITHFIELD, HOOTON. MESSES. CUNNAH & BOBERTS will hold their usual WEEKLY SALE of FAT and STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, LAMBS, CALVES and PIGS, including a Chaffcutter, for hand or steam power, by Powell Bros, and Whittaker (almost new). Entries respectfully solicited. On Saturday Next. CITY OF CHESTER. Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Properties, comprising Messuages, Shops, Land, and Valuable Business Premises. MESSRS. CUNNAH & BOBEBTS have re- ceived instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, SATURDAY, October 27th, 1900, at Three o'clock prompt, subject to conditions to be then and there produced, and in the following or such other lots as may be decided upon at the time of sale, the following valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY LOT i.-A.U that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, Number 21, Bold-terrace, in the City of Chester, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Roberts. LOT 2.—Ditto, No. 23, Bold-terrace, in the occupation of Miss Piper. LOT 3.-Ditto, No. 25, ditto, in the occupation of Rev. J. W. Hughes. LOT 4.-Ditto, No. 27, ditto, in the occupation of John Holliday. LOT 5.-Ditto, No. 29, ditto, in the occupation of Thos. Eddy. LoT 6.-Ditto, No. 31, ditto, in the occupation of Eliza Bennett. LOT 7 —All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE and piece of Land held therewith, and Numbered 10, Union Walk, off Frodsham-street, Chester, and now in the occupation of Thomas Hall. LOT 8.—All that SHOP and PREMISES, No. 18, Frodsham-street, Chester, in the occupation of Mr. C. W. Dutton. LOT 9.—All that BUILDING or WAREHOUSE, situate in Frodsham-street aforesaid, adjoining the last lot, and now in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Ellis. LOT 10.—All that COTTAGE AND GARDEN, situate in Sandy-lane, Great Boughton, and now in the occupation of Daniel Gaulton. LOT 11.—All that SHOP, MESSUAGE, and PREMISES, No. 29, Foregate-street aforesaid, and now in the occupation of Elias Williams. LOT 12.—All that SHOP, MESSUAGE, and PREMISES adjoining the last lot, and No. 27, Foregate-street, and now in the occupation of the representatives of the late Henry Lightfoot. LOT 13.-All those OFFICES and PREMISES at the rear of the last two Iota, and occupied by Messrs. Phillipson and Golder as printing works. For plans and further particulars apply to Mr. W. SHONE, Watergate-street; Mr. H. S. WHALLEY, F.S.I., Hunter-street; Mr. T. A. FLETCHER, St. Werburgh-atreet; Mr. J. M. NICHOLSON, St. Werburgh-street; the AUCTIONEERS, Newgate- street or to E. BRASSEY, Solicitor, 9, St. John-street, Chester. On MONDAY NEXT, Oct. 29th, 1900. Important Sale of the whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, and Letting of Pasture Land, at MILTON BROOK LODGE, STAMFORD BBIDGE, near Chester. MESSRS. CUNNAH A ROBERTS are fav- oured with instructions from Capt. Wilson to SELL BY AUCTION his FARMING STOCK, including 21 grand young shorthorn dairy cows (specially selected by Capt. Wilson for his own herd); horses, poultry, implements, lurry, gears, harness, 4 stacks of prime upland hay (about 50 tons), dairy utensils, and other effects; and to LET BY AUCTION, 2 fields of upland and 2 fields of meadow pasture land. Catalogues from the AUCTIONEERS, Chester. On TUESDAY NEXT, at Eleven o'clock. AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MESSES. CUNNAH & BOBEBTS will hold their usual Weekly Sale of prime FAT and STORE STOCK, SHEEP, LAMBS, and CALVES. This Market is closed for the Sale of Pigs. Entries respectfully solicited. On THURSDAY, November 1st, 1900, At the SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MESSES. CUNNAH & BOBEBTS will SELL BY AUCTION, a Choice Consignment of Well-grown BOSE TBEES (all named and the best varieties), Conifers, Azaleas, Bhododendrons, Flowering Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Border Plants, Lilies, and Bulbs. Sale at Two o'clock. Catalogues from the AUCTIONEERS. By order of the Owner, Mr. G. H. Skelsey. HAWARDEN BRIDGE, FLINTSHIRE. To Builders, Speculators, and others. Highly Important Sale of 20 COTTAGES and 25 acres of Valuable Freehold BUILDING LAND at SEALAND, in the County of Flint, to be SOLD BY AUCTION by MESSES, CUNNAH & BOBEBTS at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, November 3rd, 1900, at 3 o'clock punctually, and subject to conditions, the following Valuable Freehold BUILDING LAND and COTTAGES LOT 1. Blook of 10 Valuable Freehold COTTAGES, situate at Sealand (adjoining the Golf Station), on the Liverpool and North Wales and Chester Railways. Each cottage contains good living room, scullery, 3 bedrooms, good paved and enclosed backyard, coal-house and closet. They are substantially built and ready for tenanting. Owing to the great demand for cottages of this class in the neighbourhood they form a very desir- able investment. LOT 2. Block of 10 Valuable Freehold COTTAGES, similar in every respect to Lot 1. Water pipes are laid in the houses ready for connection to the supply pipe. The drainage is complete. LOT 3. A Valuable Freehold BUILDING SITE, ex- tending to upwards of 23 acres, adjoining Lots 1 and 2, with extensive boundaries on the Liverpool and North Wales and Chester Bailways, and adjacent to the Golf Station. There is a road leading to the property from the Hawarden Bridge, and Messrs. Summers and Sons' Works, to which it is in close proximity. The property will in the first instance be offered in one lot. For plans and any further particulars apply to Messrs. SIMPSON, NORTH, HARLEY & BIRKETT, Solicitors, 1, Water-street, Liverpool; or to the AUCTIONEERS, Groavenor Buildings, Chester. On MONDAY, Nov. 5th, 1900. Preliminary Notice of Sale of the whole of the FARMING STOCK at STORETON HOUSE FARM, near Birkenhead. MESSRS. CUNNAH & BOBEBTS are favoured with instructions from Mr. S. Cannon (who is leaving) to SELL BY AUCTION his horses, cattle, poultry, produce, lurry, carts, gears, implements, and tools. Catalogues will shortly be issued. -_Wv Sale bg Pribate Z;reatu-. COLWYN BAY, NOETH WALES.—A Free- hold Marine RESIDENCE, of first-class modern construction, with conservatory, lawn and gardens, in this well-known health resort, the whole occupying a site of three-quarters of an acre in extent. The situation is a desirable one, con- venient for all purposes, views extensive, water supply and sanitary arrangements excellent, gas service throughout. The House is square on plan and contains vestibule, hall, 18ft. 4in. by Hip- 6in.; dining and drawing-rooms, each 18ft. 6in.. by 16ft. 9in., with two large bay windows; morning- room, 16ft. 9in. by 15ft. 6in.; library, and excellent domestic offices shut off by swing doors, cellared throughout, lavatory and w.c. on ground floor en first floor, four principal bedrooms and one dressing-room, linen-room, bath, lavatory and w.c., pantry; on the second floor, six good bedrooms, dressing-room, chambermaid's closet, &c., &c. Tithe rent-charge and land tax redeemed. Fixtures, &c., at a valuation. Possession by arrangement.— To view and obtain full particulars, apply J. M. PORTER, F.S.I., The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay. EDWARD WILLIAMS, 1 HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, COLOUBEB, PAPEB-HANGEE, Ac., 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. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS JL OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES :— HOUSES TO BE LET, APARTMENTS WANTED, HOUSES WANTED, APARTMENTS TO BE LET, SITUATIONS WANTED, MISCELLANEOUSWANTS, SITUATIONS VACANT, LOST OR FOUND, ARTICLES TO BB SOLD, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, are now inserted in The Chester Courant at the following rates Not Exceeding Twenty Words— ONB INSERTION • 1/- Two INSERTIONS 1/6 THREE INSERTIONS *21- Not Exceeding Thirty-Five Words- ONB INSERTION 1/6 Two INSERTIONS 2/6 THREE INSERTIONS • 3/- Co tie %et LIST OF RESIDENCES, ISSUED MONTHLY. SBNT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BROWN & CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTEEEBS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. HOUSES TO LET. LAMONT & SON, J-* UPHOLSTERERS, P-J FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS. LIST SENT ON APPLICATION. SHOW ROOMS: EASTGATE STREET. WAREHOUSE FOR STORING FOREST HOUSE (in separate rooms). TO LET, 3, HOLLY BANK, Queen's Park.— For particulars apply Mr. H. S. WHALLEY, F.S.I., 3, Hunter-st., Chester. UBNISHED APAETMENTS TO LET, Sitting-room and two Bedrooms.—Apply 102, Brook-street, Chester. 363 TO LET, No. 12, Gladstone-road, Cambrian- view.—Apply Mr. H. S. WHALLEY, F.S.I., 3, Hunter-street, Chester. O LET, No. 7, GEEY FEIABS, Chester; facing the City Walls. For further particu- lars and order to view, apply to Messrs. BARKER, COPPACK & WICKHAM, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. TO BE LET, from 25th March next, a Desirable GBAZING and DAIBY FABM, called Plas Devon," near Holt, and about 4 £ miles from Wrexham; area, 118 acres.—Apply WILLIAMS and NICHOLSON, Land Agents, Oswestry. TWO MILES FROM CHESTER.—TO BE LET, moderate-sized Detached BESIDENCE, with good garden and stabling.—Apply to Messrs. good garden and stabling.-Apply to Messrs. BARKER, COPPACK & WICKHAM, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. OETH WALES.—TO BE LET, at Lady-day next, a First-class Inland HOTEL (the home of fishermen, sportsmen and tourists), with some good LAND adjoining and a small FARM if desired. Present occupier retiring.—Apply LEX, Courant Office, Chester. d ATEACEE.—TO LET, six miles from Liver- VJT pool (near station, abundant trains), HOUSE and GAEDEN; modern conveniences, artistic fernery, oak panelled hall, dining, drawing, smoke- rooms, 11 bed and dressing-rooms.-PEBCY HALL, The Nook, Gateaore. 360 RIVERSIDE HOUSE, Eccleston, near Chester; three entertaining and nine bedrooms, butler's cottage adjoining, stabling for seven horses, shippons and other outbuildings, good kitchen garden, greenhouses, and ten acres of grass land. Near church and telegraph office, hunting, boating, golf.—For rent and particulars apply to Hon. CECIL T. PARKER, Eaton Estate Office, Eocleston, near Chester. TO BE LET, Unfurnished, Dee Banks, Boughton, the former BESIDENCE of Mr. Douglas, containing two entertaining rooms, large kitchen, stores, and offices on ground floor, good cellars, six bedrooms, bathroom and w.c. (hot and cold water), and all modern conveniences. Good view of the Welsh hills and River Dee. Possession can be had at once.—Apply LAMONT & SON, Upholsterers, Chester. HOOTON LAWN, with Possession (half-mile from Hooton Station).—Two acres of lawns and gardens. Contains three fine entertaining rooms, billiard room, eleven bed and dressing rooms, stabling for three horses, shippons, Ac. within fifteen minutes of Liverpool. Public gas and water. Shooting and hunting near.—Apply to DA VIES & STEPHEN, Mollington, Chester or TYRER & Co., 10, Cook-street, Liverpool. EST KIBBY.—An excellent FUENISHED HOUSE TO BE LET, for two or three winter months, recently painted and papered, in splendid situation, and short distance from station, entertaining-rooms, six bedrooms, large servants room, box-room, cellar, and all modern con- veniences.-For rent and further particulars, apply to BOULT, SON & MAPLES, Estate Agents, Valuers and Property Auctioneers, 3, Cook-street, Liverpool. Eo fte iSoIft. ON SALE, a few hundred Sacks of Old English WHITE OATS.—Apply WILLIS, Barrow, Chester. 366 LANDAU (new), also three new BALLI CARS, t J and smart DOG-CART .-P. POWELL, Coach- builder, Chester. 364 LADIES' smart BLACK ALPACA DBESS LENGTHS, 3s. lid., carriage paid; also Checks and Costume Cloths, patterns free.- CLARKS Dress Warehouse, Hull. 156 RABBIT NETTING.—Long Nets, also Purse Nets in Brown, Green, or Tanned Twines.— E. PARNELL & Co., Netting Works, Bedminster, Bristol. 311 rilO BE SOLD, BELMONT," Cambrian-view, 1 Chester (semi-detached); conservatory, three entertaining, seven bedrooms, boudoir, dressing- room, bath, &c. (separate). Good garden, stabling, saddleroom, Ac. Healthy situation. Fine views. Possession.—Apply G. H. EVANS, Solicitor, North- gate Chambers, Chester. 357 STEAM ENGINES of various sizes and designs; IZ3 Saw Benches, Ac., always in stock and progress. Also all kinds of Steam Fittings and Steam Users, General RequiBites, Lubricating Oils, Ac. Iron and Brass Castings. Builders' and Contractors' Iron- work, Ac., to order.—HENRY LANCELEY & SON, Engineers, Brook.street, Chester. T>AT POISON.—Amongst the many prepara- r>j tions now offered for the destruction of Eats, Mice, Moles, etc., Sanford's original" Found Dead," specialities are admitted by users to be the best, and are ahead of all competitors.—In boxes, Is. 2d., 2a., and 3s., post free, SANFOBD and SON, Sandy. Sold by Chemists. MAIL CABTS. MAIL CABTS. MAIL CABTS.—Strong, Cheap, Mail Carts. New patterns constantly arriving. The cheapest Carts in the provinces. See our 31s. 6d. Cart; guaranteed equal to those sold elsewhere at 92 10s. Upwaras of 40 different patterns to select from. Mail Carts and Bath Chairs for Hire. A. WENTWORTH, Central Cycle Works, Cow-lane Bridge, Chester. Established 1832. CART and LURRY TARPAULINS, LONG and LOIN CLOTHS or Horses, COAL and CORN SACKS, equal in price and quality to any in the kingdom. Ladders, Blooks. Pulleys, Bope of all sizes. Tents suitable for all purposes, Decorations if required. Prompt atten- tion to enquiries either for sale or lure of above.- Apply DAVIES & SONS, Crane-street, Victoria- road, and 4, Coal Exchange, Chester. GALVANISED CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING, 1,000 TONS ALWAYS IN STOCK. 6 Feet long x 2 Feet wide = 7 Sheets per Cwt. 7 „ „ x „ II =6 8 it it « « 5 t. « 13/- PER CWT. NETT ON BAILS. BURNELL & CO., LTD., IRONWORKS, ELLESMEBE FORT, CHESHIRE. DON'T COUGH-USE DON'T COUGH—USE DON'T COUGH—USE There is absolutely no remedy so speedy and effectual. One Lozenge alone gives relief; can be taken by the most delicate. T/" EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES, {^EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES, KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES, JV. if you cannot sleep for coughing, one Keating's Lezenge will set you right. Any Doctor will tell you they are UTTERLY UNRIVALLED. UTTERLY UNRIVALLED. UTTERLY UNRIVALLED. Sold everywhere in tins 13jd. each, or free on receipt of stamps from THOMAS KEATING, Chemist, London. GROSVENOR NURSERIES, HANDBRIDGE. FRUIT TREES, ROSEs, SHRUBS, QUICKS, HOLLIES, &C. INSPECTION INVITED. SEASONABLE PBICES. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. MCHATTIE & CO., CHESTER. TERMS CASH ONLY. DAY AUTUMN SALE, UNTILANOV. 10. AT THE COMPLETE FURNISHING STORES, PIONEER FURNISHING STORES, 9 TO 19, BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL, IMPORTANT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES. CARPETS WILL BE MADE AND LAID FREE. All Purchases over 40s. LINOLEUMS WILL BE LAID FREE. delivered free to any Railway BLINDS WILL BE MADE FREE. Station in Great Britain. HOUSEHOLD LINENS, ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES Special Extra Discount of 1/6 in the £ FREE. Goods Bought during Sale & not immediately required will be Stored Free. 8anteb. AUNDRY, "THE HOMESTEAD," Cambrian JLj View, Chester. High-class work, correct and prompt delivery guaranteed. A trial solicited. A Lady can EECOMMEND a GIEL, aged 18, as KITCHENMAID, in or about Chester; been out before. Apply Mrs. FRITH-HUDSON, Northleigh, Buxton. WANTED, a Second-Hand IEON CHUECH, with Vestry, to hold about 150.—Address CHURCH, Smith's Library, Bookstall, Railway Station, Whitchurch, Salop. 354 CEEAMEET WANTED, or BUILDING suit- C able for same; near station and where milk is abundant. HENRY EDWARDS, Cream Con- tractor, Turnham Green, Middlesex. 359 ANTED, GENERAL SERVANT (ex- W perienced), not under 25 years; Church- woman.—M., Parkfield Vicarage, Middleton, near Manchester. 348 WC. TAYLOE, Upholsterer, 21, Albion- • street, and 38, Union Hall, Chester. FURNIURE RE-UPHOLSTERED on moderate terms, Bedding, Blinds, &c. 361 ASTROLOGY.—Every important event in your career (except death), plainly foretold by Lady Astrologist. Send birth date, 12 stamps, stamped envelope.—"CELIA," 24, Regent-street, Brighton.—Strictly private. Immediate replies. WANTED, Strong GENEBAL, aged 17 (private house); also Domesticated Young LADY, for Business House. Comfortable homes.— Miss MORRIS, 134, Breakspears-road, Brookley, London. WANTED, immediately, an ASSISTANT MASTEB for the Boys' School, and an ASSISTANT MISTEESS for the Girls' School, Aldford. Apply, enclosing testimonials, and stating salary required, to THE EECTOR, Aldford, Chester. TEINITY BEGISTEY, Chester.—Mrs. LITTLER requires Cooks (experienced and plain). Housemaids (upper and under), Kitchenmaids, Nurses, many Generals (wages from E8 to 920), and others Children's-maid, Sewing-maid, House- keepers, Ac., disengaged. 365 CHAPMAN'S LAGER Beer (NON-ALCOHOLIC) Is a delicious Sparkling Beverage and an Ideal Temperance Drink. It compares favourably with Burton Ales as a Dinner Ale, and is a fine tonic. It contains Bark, Finest Hops, and other choice ingredients. SOLD EVERYWHERE IN CHAMPAGNE PINTS. Recommended by the Medical Faculty. TTRMNRW. 12, Paradise-street, Sheffield, Aug. 13, 1900. Messrs. Newton and Lawrence. Dear Sirs,—I thank you for the sample of Non-alcoholic Lager Beer you so kindly sent me. I think it a capital beverage and a good substitute for the ordinary beer. Medical men are often asked by their patients when advising them to discontinue drinking beer: Well, doctor, what can I take instead ? I cannot drink water." I shall have no hesitation in recom- mending your Lager Beer, more especially now that I know the composition of the same, as there is nothing deleteripus in it or anything likely to do harm by long continued use—on the contrary, it would act as a good stomachic, and restore that organ to its proper state, and would also restore the appetite. Hoping you will have good success with the same, as it is deserving of it.—Believe me, yours faithfully, W. EDGAR RYVES, L.R.C.P., &o. Sole Proprietor-NEWTON & LAWRENCE, Norwich and London. Sold by A. W. ASTON. Tattenhall, Chester; and G. DUTTON & SON, 100, Eastgate-st., Chester. A WORD To OUR READERS. ♦ If you desire your POINTING 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 best value for money. —— THE COURANT PRINTING WORKS, THE CROSS, CHESTER. TVR, ^ICOTT'S J>ILLS. THE SAFEST MEDICINE, MILD, BUT EFFECTUAL, CONTAIN THE FINEST DRUGS THAT CAN BE PROCURED. T-VB. OCOTT'S PILLS CURE HEADACHE AND SICKNESS, CUBE INDIGESTION AND WIND, CUBE FLATULENCE AND HEABTBUBN, CURE ALL BILIOUS AFFECTIONS. TVB. ^COTT'S ^PILLS ARE A TONIC PUBIFIER, STRENGTHEN THE WHOLE SYSTEM, INDUCE CHEERFULNESS, INVALUABLE AS A FAMILY MEDICINE jyR. gCO^TT'S JpiLLS ctJBE LOSS OF APPETITE, CUBE DEPBESSION OF SPIRITS, CUBE ALL DISORDERS OF THE BLOOD, ÇURE LASSITUDE AND NERVOUSNESS. D R. gCOTT'S pILLS. Are prepared only by W. LAMBERT, 173, SEYMOUR-PLACE, LONDON, W. Do not be persuaded by anyone to buy any other Medicine ipetead, but insist upon having the right thing, which is wrapped in a square green package. By poat for 14 or M stamps. ) CHESTER STEAM LAUNDRY. VICTORIA ROAD (CLOSB BY THB NORTHGATE STATION). All the arrangements are on the most approved nodern system for Washing, Ironing, Drying, Packing, &o., and the management most effioient. W. H. LIPSHAM, Secretary & General Manager (Chester Steam Laundry Co., Ltd.). 19" Inspection is specially invited on any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. AT THE REMBRANDT GALLERY, IN CASTLE STREET, LIVERPOOL. DUNTHORNE & BROWN Give special attention to the RESTORATION of OLD PICTURES, PRINTS, and DRAWINGS, and the REPAIRING and REGILDING of FRAMES. ALWAYS ON VIEW: MODERN PICTURES & WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS. CHOICE PROOF ETCHINGS & ENGRAVINGS. ANTIQUE FURNITURE, ETC. A* io U lit SUN Seeo V INSURANCE OFFICE. Sum insured in 1899 exceedecIX435,000,000 For all particulars apply to the following Agents:— CHESTER MESSRS. CHEERS & HOPLEY, 6, Northgate-street. 91 MESSRS. W. DENSON & SON, Northgate. MALPAS MR. THOMAS MULLOCK, Cud- dingtcn Heath.

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