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auctioit 23ianK "^SaOoshy MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS & RICHARDSON. June 10 and ii- At the Boston Hotel, City-road— Household Furniture and Effects June 17—At the Auction Mart, Foregate-atreet-it Household Furniture and Effects June 19-At No. 7, Hoole Park, Chester-House- hold Furniture and Effects By MESSRS. CXJNNAH & ROBERTS. June -4 At the Smithtield, liooton Fat and Store Cattle June 5—At Cheater Smithfield—Store Stock Sale June 6-At the Smithtield, Ohester-Hides, Skins, and Fat — June 7-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Family Residences June 7-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Fully- licensed Publio House June lO-At the Smithfield, Chester-Fat and Store Stock June 11—At the Grosvenor Sale Rooms, Newgate- street-Oil Paintings & Water Colour Drawings By MESSRS. CHALLINOR, ROWSON AND CHALLINOR. June 4-At Beeston Castle Hotel, Tarporley- Freehold Residences on Bunbury Heath June 4-At the Beeston Castle Hotel, nr. Tarporley —Messuage and Cottages on Bunbury Heath June 11—At the Red Lion Hotel, Little Sutton- Villa Residences and Building Site By MESSRS. FRANK LLOYD & SONS. June 11, 12, 13, 18 & 19-At the Repository, Wrexham—Horses June 16-At the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrexham —Agricultural Property and Land June 16—-At the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrexham —Agricultural Properties By MESSRS. HALL, WATERIDGE & OWEN. June 13—At the County Mart, Shrewsbury—Free- hold Farms at Cardington Sales fcg Auction. -I"I- Sale of Excellent Household Furniture, Glass, China, Plated Goods, Linen and Blankets, Hand Cart, Bicycle, Kitchen Requisites, and other Effects, at the BOSTON HOTEL, CITY- ROAD, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. have been favoured with instructions from Mrs. Gresty, who is leaving the city, to SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, June 10th and 11th, 1902, commencing each day at 11 o'clock punctually, the above-mentioned modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. N.B.—Catalogues may be obtained from Messrs. Churton, Elpnick, Roberts and Richardson, Auctioneers, Chester. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will hold their next MONTHLY SALE of Miscellaneous FURNITURE and EFFECTS on TUESDAY, 17th June, 1902. Early entries invited. Preliminary Notice of Sale of Excellent Household Furniture, Glass, Wedgwood, Minton and other China, Oil Paintings, Pianoforte, Grandfather's Clocks and other Effects, at No. 7, HOOLE PARK, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK &CO. HAVE been favoured with instructions to SELL BY AUCTION on THURSDAY, the 19th June, 1902, the valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. N.B.—Full particulars in future advertisements. GREAT CORONATION SALE. 1000 HORSES. £50 PRIZES. The Largest Sales in the World. GREAT JUNE SALE IN THE NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. MESSRS. FRANK LLOYD & SONS invite Entries for— JUNE 11th and 12th—High-class Harness Horses and Match Pairs. JUNR 13th—Pedigree Hackneys, Show Cobs and Ponies, including 12 from Mr. John Jones, Dinarth Hall. Five Class Prizes and Cham- pion Cup. SECOND WEEK. JUNE 18th and 19th—Heavy Town, Lurry, Parcel Vanners, and Young Horses. A 10 guinea Cup for the best Town Horse. In the recent March and April Sales in this Repository 75 Horses have been sold at an average of over £ 100, and the Champion Cart Horse last sale 120 guineas. Monday, 16th June, at Two o'clock. Highly important Sale of Agricultural Properties and Accommodation Lands, near Bangor-on-Dee Railway Station, 4 miles from Wrexham. FRANK LLOYD & SONS win SELL BY AUCTION, at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrexham, on MONDAY, 16th June, 1902, at Two o'clock prompt, LOT l.-A desirable SMALL HOLDING, called "The Cottage in the Fields," situate near Shock- laoh, in the County of Chester, containing 13 acres and 28 perches or thereabouts, occupied by Mrs. Humphreys at the annual rent of R30 6s. Lor 2.-Three valuable MEADOWS, near Shocklach, called "Cao Mawr," "The Great Windes," and "Mark Hill," in the parishes of Worthenbury and Shocklach, containing 15 acres 1 rood 9 perches, occupied by Messrs. Robert Davies and Thomas Nickson, at annual rents amounting to 934. LOT 3.—Valuable MEADOW, called "Breezy Hayes," near Lot 2, occupied by Mr. Thomas Billitigton, at the annual rent of 911, containing an area of 5 acres 1 rood 11 perches. LOT 4.-Three valuable ACCOMMODATION FIELDS in Green-lane, near Bangor-on-Dee Rail- way Station, occupied by Mr. John Moore, at the annual rent of £ 11 10s., and containing 7 acres and 11 perches. LOT 5.—Freehold FARM. called "Crab Mill," within five minutes' walk of Bangor-on-Dee Station, occupied by Mr. William Dulson, containing 25 acres and 18 perches, at the apportioned rent of £45, clear of tithe. LoT 6.—Valuable ACCOMMODATION FIELD, on the Bangor and Whitchurch main road, occupied by Mr. Dulson, as part of Crab Mill Farm, contain- ing 4 acres and 9 perches, at the apportioned yearly rent of B5, clear of tithe. Plans and particulars from the AUCTIONEERS, Parr's Bank Chambers, Wrexham; Messrs. BURT and ACTON, Solicitors, Wrexham; or Messrs. PEAKE, BIRD, COLLINS & Co., Solicitors, 6, Bedford Row, London, E.C. Monday, 16th June, at Two o'clock prompt. FLINTSHIRE AND CHESHIRE. THE PULESTONE TRUST ESTATE. Highly important Sale of valuable Freehold AGRI- CULTURAL PROPERTIES, being the outly- ing portions of the above estate, in 34 lots, to suit the requirements of large and small investors, including the Cottage Gorse Farm of 95! acres, Dawaon's Farm of 47 acres, the Brook Farm" of 114 acres, the Wern "or Boathouse Farm of 31:1 acres, all situate near Worthenbury; the Pandy'' Farm of 27 acres, situate on the Bangor and Whitchurch main road; and the Holly Bush" Farm of 34:1: acres, situate at Holly Bush, and all within 1 miles of Bangor-on-Dee Railway Station (Wrexham & Ellesmere Railway). Three SMALL HOLDINGS, COTTAGES and valu- able ACCOMMODATION LANDS, situate on good roads and well adapted and available for building purposes, and situate in the parish of Worthenbury, and within a few minutes' walk of Bangor-on-Dee Railway Station also several lots of the most fertile MEADOWSin the two counties, the whole containing a total area of 713 acres, being in the parishes of Shocklach, Worthenbury, Halghton, and Bangor; also the FULLY- LICENSED PROPERTY, known as the Emral Arms, Worthenbury, with the garden, stabling, &c., also the Impropriate or Great TITHES of the Townships of Church Shocklach and Shocklach Obiatt, or the Rent Charge in lieu thereof, com- muted at £1.99 13s. 10d., subject to the usual averages as the same is apportioned, according to the provisions of the Tithe Commutation Act. R -A."IN7 LLOYD & SONS will offer the above FR ANK LLOYD & SONS will offer the above _P important PROPERTIES for SALE BY AUCTION, at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrexham, on MONDAY, the 16th June next, at Two o'clock prompt. Plans and particulars from the AUCTIONEERS, Parr's Bank Chambers, Wrexham; or Messrs. PEAKE, BIRD, COLLINS & Co., Solicitors, 6, Bedford Row, London, W.C. COMLEY, CARDINGTON, SHROPSHIRE, about one mile from Leebotwood Station, three miles from Church Stretton, and ten from Shrews- bury. Two desirable FREEHOLD FARMS, known as Comley" and "Hollyhurst," situated in the Parish of Cardington, and on the main road from Leehotwood to Cardington, with excellent Houses, Buildings and Cottages. The Properties com- prise r.reas of about 73a. Or. 33p. and 30a. 2r. 6p. and are divided into useful Crofts of sound Pasture and Arable Land, well watered, and lying con- veniently together. A considerable outlay has quite recently been made upon- improvements and repairs in the buildings, rendering the' same in capital order, and most convenient for efficient farming. In the respective occupations of Messrs. Thomas Arthur Rudge and Thomas Jones. MESSRS. WM. HALL, WATERIDGE AND OWEN are instructed to SELL BY AUC- TION, at the County Mart, Shrewsbury, on FRIDAY, June 13, 1902, at 3 for 3.30 o'clock, in two lots and subject to conditions of sale (which will incorporate the Common Form Conditions of the Shropshire Society), the above-described important PROPERTIES. Particulars of sale, with plans, may be obtained from the AUCTIONEERS, High-street, Shrewsbury or from MESURS. VICKERS, SON & BROWN, Solicitors, Bank-street, Sheffield. Sales bJ1 Auction. THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY) at One o'clock, at HOOTON SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH A ROBERTS will hold their usual WEEKLY SALE of FAT and STORE CATTLE, Sheep, Pigs and CALVES. Further entries respectfully solicited. On Thursday Next, June 5th, 1902, at Eleven. SPRING STORE STOCK SALE at ICHESTER SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS win HOLD a SALE of GRAZING STOCK. DAIRY COWS, HEIFERS, and STORE BULLS, on THURSDAY NEXT. The entries include 3 pedigree shorthorn stock Bulls from Mr. J. Christopherson, Stud Farm, Hooton. A grand trade expected. A capital clearance last Thursday. Further entries respectfully solicited. Auctioneers' offices: Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. On FRIDAY NEXT, June 6th, 1902, at 2 *'010011. AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS win con- duct the usual WEEKLY SALE of HIDES, SKINS and FAT on FRIDAY instead of Thursday. On Saturday Next. To Brewers, Investors, and Others. Highly Important Sale of a Valuable Fully-licensed Freehold Corner Publio House, situated in the best position and most populous part of the city, within a short distance of both railway stations and adjoining the Coal Exchange, and admirably adapted for doing a sound business and extensive beer trade. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, at the Blossoms Hotel, in the city of Chester, on SATURDAY, the 7th day of June, 1902, at Three o'clock punctually, subject to conditions to be then and there produced- All that Fully-licensed Free PUBLIC HOUSE, known as the "GLYNNE ARMS HOTEL," situate and being No. 100, Brook-street, and No. 1, Francis-street, in the city of Chester, and now lot on an annual tenancy to the West Cheshire Brewery Company, Limited. The House contains bar, smoke-room, sitting- room, kitchen, back-kitchen, pantry, yard, and w.c.; 8 bedrooms, sitting-room and w.c. up- stairs and good cellarage. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester; or to MESSRS. BOYDELL & TAYLOR, Solicitors, 2.. Pepper-street, Chester. On Saturday Next. ASH GROVE AND MIDDLE CRANE- STREET, CHESTER. Important Sale of highly desirable and commodious Freehold Family Residences to be SOLD BY AUCTION by MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 7th of June, 1902, at Three o'clock punctually, subject to conditions to be then produced- LOT 1. The attractive and valuable Freehold Detached FAMILY RESIDENCE, situate and being No. 3, Ash Grove, Wrexham-road, now in the occupation of Mrs. Kirkpatrick. The House contains hall, drawing-room, dining- room, five bedrooms, dressing-room, kitchen, scullery, pantry, large dry cellar, front and back staircases also large coach-house and out-offices- There is a nice front garden and a good kitchen garden, nicely laid out and planted. Chester water and gas is laid on, and there is also a large galvanised water tank for rain water. The property is conveniently situated to the trams, and is in the most desirable residential portion of the city. Early possession can be given if desired. LOT 2. All that Freehold MESSUAGE or DWELL- ING-HOUSE, No. 24, Middle Crane-street, Chester, in the occupation of Mr. Perkins as monthly tenant at the yearly rent of £18, the tenant paying all rates, &c. The house contains parlour, lobby, kitchen, back kitchen, good yard, with w.c., two cellars, five bed- rooms, dressing room, and w. c. This lot is subject to a yearly ground rent of 15s. For cards to view and any further information apply as to both lots to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester as to Lot 1 to Messrs. BOYDELL and TAYLOR, Solicitors, 2, Pepper-street, Chester and as to Lot 2 to Messrs. JOLLIFFH & JOLLIFFE, Solicitors, 13, St. John-street, Chester. On TUESDAY NEXT, at Eleven o'clock, AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will hold A-A. their usual WEEKLY SALE of Prime Fat and Store CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, A CALVES Pigs brought from the County of Chester with a declaration can be moved back again into the county with a license to be obtained from the Inspector at the Smithfield. Entries respectfully solicited. WEDNESDAY, 11th June, 1902. Sale of valuable OILPAINTINGS and WATER COLOR DRAWINGS, formerly the property of the late Mrs. Schmidt, of Penrhyn, and others. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS have been favoured with instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Grosvenor Sale Rooms, New- gate-street, Chester, the above valuable collection, removed for convenience of sale, also a small collec- tion of Modern OIL PAINTINGS from a bankrupt stock, which will be sold without reserve. The collection consists of works by the following well-known artists, viz :—W. Collins, R.A., James Stark, P. Nasmyth, Sir H. Raebvlrn, George Morland, E. J. Niemann, W. Shayer, T. S. Cooper, R.A., P. L. Wouvermans, George Romney, Sir P. Lely, Vicat Cole, R.A., and others. NoTr,This collection is well worth the attention of connoisseurs and art collectors, as the opportunity of purchasing pictures from such a large selection is one that rarely occurs in this neighbourhood. Sale at 2 o'clock punctually. Catalogues may be obtained from the AUCTION- BEag, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), June 4th. Sale of a Freehold PROPERTY, consisting of Two Hunting Boxes, Residences, Land, &c., at BUN- BURY HEATH, about one mile from Beeston Castle Station, by MESSRS. CHALLINOR, ROWSON and JL'tLJL CHALLINOR, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. This Day (Wednesday). BUNBURY HEATH, NEAR TARPORLEY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. CHALLINOR, ROWSON AND CHALLINOR, at the Beeston Castle Hotel, near Tarporley, on WEDNESDAY, the 4th June, 1902, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions, in the following or such other lots as may be deter- mined at the sale:- LOT 1. All that Freehold MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, situate on Bunbury Heath, in the county of Chester, on the east side of the high road leading from Tarporley to Whitchurch, and now in the occupation of Miss Withenshaw. LOT 2.—All that Freehold COTTAGE, situate on Bunbury Heath, and adjoining the last-mentioned lot, and now let to Lieut.-Colonel R. C. Drury. LOT 3.-All that Freehold COTTAGE, situate on Bunbury Heath, and adjoining the last-men- tioned lot, and now also let to Lieut.-Colonel R. C. Drury. The Property is charmingly situate close to the village of Bunbury, and commands good tenants. The Vyrnwy water is laid on. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS; Mr. T. MOORE DUTTON, Solicitor; or to Messrs. DICKSON, BARNES & DICKSON, Solicitors, all of Chester. LITTLE SUTTON, CHESHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. CHALLINOR, ROWSON AND CHALLINOR, at the Red Lion Hotel, Little Sutton, on WEDNESDAY, the 11th June, 1902, at 6 o'clock p.m., subject to conditions, the under- mentioned Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY— LOT 1.—The VILLA RESIDENCE, known as No. 2, Hope Villas, Little Sutton aforesaid, situate on the east side of the highway leading from Chester to Birkenhead, with the front and back gardens and outbuildings thereto belonging, in the occupation of Mr. J. Tindal, as yearly tenant. This lot comprises about 736 square yards of land. LOT 2.—The VILLA RESIDENCE, known as No. 1, Hope Villas, situate on the south side of and adjoining Lot 1, with the front and back gardens and stable and outbuildings thereto belonging, in the occupation of Mr. A. P. Somerville, as yearly tenant. This lot comprises about 840 square yards of land. LOT 3.—The Plot of Valuable BUILDING LAND, situate on the south side of and adjoining Lot 2, and containing 1,816 square yards or there- abouts, also in the occupation of Mr. A. P. Somer- ville, as yearly tenant. This is an excellent building site. For further particulars and plans apply to Mr. H. P. BECKETT, Architect, Ellesmere Port; or to the AUCTIONEERS, St. Werburgh-street, Chester; or to MESSRS. DICKSON, BARNES & DICKSON, Solicitors, St. Oswald's Chambers, Chester. SEASON 1902. STTJD CARDS TASTEFULLY PRINTED AT MODERATE PRICES AT THE COURANT PRINTING WORKS, THE CROSS. CHESTER. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS JL OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES HOUSES TO BE LET, APARTMENTS WANTED, HOUgHS WANTED, APARTMENTS TO BE LET, SITUATIONS WANTED, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, SITUATIONS VACANT, LOST OR FOUND, ARTICLES TO BE SOLD, BIRTHS, MARRIAGXS, AND DEATHS, are now1 inserted in The Chester Courant at the following rates:— NOT EXCEEDING TWENTY W ORDS- ONE INSERTION. 1/- TWO INSERTIONS 116 THREE INSERTIONS 2/- NOT EXCEEDING THIRTY-FIVE WORDS— ONE INSERTION 1/6 Two INSERTIONS 2/6 THREE INSERTIONS 3/- -"1' EID be Let. T IST OR RESIDENCES, ISSUED MONTHLY. SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BROWN & CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. go be Soili. FOR SALE, the property of Captain Forestier- Walker, R.A., Brown WELSH COB, 14-1.— Can be seen by appointment at Rock Cottage, Upton Park, Chester. 1545 LADIES' Cashmere and Alpaca DRESS LENGTHS, handsome designs and colourings, 3/11 carriage paid, patterns free.—Bradford Dress Warehouse, Shipley, Bradford. FOR SALE, a Four-wheel DOG-CART, by '1 Hewitt, Chester indiarubber tyres, in excellent condition.—Apply to Colonel Hamersley, Hoole Lodge, Chester. ADIES; dainty BLOUSE MATERIALS and Washing Fabrics, all new styles, 4f yard. Carriage paid, patterns free. Dress Warehouse (B 91), Darlington. EXCELLENT PLEASURE BOAT, GOOD AS new; built of cedar, carries five. Owner having no further use will sell very cheap.—Apply T. Henshaw, 23, Liverpool-road, Chester. 1547 BARGAINS.—Stylish Buffaline Cord DRESS LENGTHS, in old rose, greys, browns, &c. 3/11 paid, patterns free.—Clark's Dress Warehouse, Hull. rpo BE SOLD, ROAN MARE, by "Lord JL Derwent," dam by Old Bedford," 15 hands, 6 years old, a good hack, steady in harness, and sound.—Apply to Mr. R. L. Barker, 10, Eaton- road, Chester. ICYCLE. -Raleigh, 1901, X frame, "modele JL) superbe," 24 inch frame, free wheel, two rim brakes, metal gear case, Scottish tyres, dark green and fine lines, lamp, cyclometer. Splendid machine, cost k25 net cash. Price, £ 12 12s.—R., 22, Water- gate-street, Chester. 1549 l> EPAIRS to Steam, Gas and Oil ENGINES. JL%; MOTOR CARS Repaired and Stored. Port- able Engine on Hire. New Steam Engines of various sizes; also Saw Benches, Shafting, Pulleys, etc., always in stock and progress. tanceleys, Engineers, Brook-street, Chester. ARM.—VALE OF CLWYD, North Wales.— Very Desirable Freehold DAIRY FARM, within half-a-mile of the City of St. Asaph. Good House and Buildings, Cottage, and about 36 acres of rich Meadow Land, on which there are splendid building sites, and excellent fishing in the river Clwyd.—Apply Messrs. Norris & Miles, Solicitors, Tenbury. FREE CYCLES Marvellous Bargains 2,800 Cycles, CYCLES Motors and Accessories. Bargains in CYCLES Eadie'sand B.S.A. Machines. FREE to CYCLES any address, the most interesting 50-page CYCLES Catalogue in the trade. Second-hand CYCLES Cycles from 30s. 2,000 New Machines CYCLES from B2 17s. 6d. Plated Rims, Rim CYCLES Brake, Free-wheel Machines from 94 10s. CYCLES each. Every class of Machine in stock. CYCLES Accessories Half-price 50 per cent. CYCLES cheaper than others. Marvellous bar- CYCLES gains; Agents Wanted; Trade Supplied. CYCLES Don't buy before you have seen our CYCLES 50-page new illustrated catalogue, which CYCLES will be an eye-opener and money-maker to CYCLES all interested in the Cycle Trade. This CYCLES Catalogue FREE to all.-WARRILOW CYCLES and CO., WESTON-SUPER-MARE. SEanteft. DRESSMAKERS.-WANTED, at once, SKIRT, BODICE and SLEEVE HANDS. Hours: 8-30 a.m. to 6-30 p.m.; 2 o'clock on Saturdays.—Apply A. Parkes, Bridge-street Row, Chester. 1550 1 THIRST-CLASS WHOLESALE MERCHANT } WANTED as BUYING AGENT for this district for large Chocolate and Cocoa Manufacturing fffm. -Address "Buyer," c/o" Courant" Office. GOOD plain COOK WANTED for JBirkenhead, %_W four in family, mustve good references.— e' Address Mrs.- M., 4, KiBgsmeàd-road, South, Oxton, Birkenhead. 1537 V ADIES.-Having purchased a manufacturer's tJ stock of DRESS GOODS, shall offer some Armures, Cashmeres, Cords, Cloths in summer colorings, at one price all round, 4/ the dress length carriage paid. Large assortment in Blacks. Patterns free.—Ventnor-street Warehouse, Leeds. "XT OTICE. — SOUTH AFRICA. — Intending JL3I VISITORS or SETTLERS should secure BERTHS some weeks in advance. June Outward Sailings and full particulars of Local Agent, Union Castle Line Steamship Co., Ltd., 26, Watergate- street, Chester. 1552 WORTH READING.—An interesting and fully Ulustrated article dealing with the SAVING OF RENT will be sent post free on receipt of post card (mentioning this paper) to The Manager, 72. Bishopsgate-street Without, London, I E.C. It will only cost you a halfpenny to write for it, and it may be the means of saving you many pounds. 1540 WANTED, good FAMILY RESIDENCE, on gravel soil, within easy distance of Man- chester, not exceeding one and a half hour by rail, and near main line station. If adjacent to good town, preferred. Must have four good reception- rooms besides billiard-room, good hall, and not less than eight best bedrooms, besides dressing and bath- rooms, and servants' accommodation; good gardens; stabling for five or six lodge, and with or without some adjoining land for shooting.—Address, giving particulars, rent, etc., Parkyn, Oakfield Hall, Dukinfield, near Manchester. 1534 NCREASE YOUR INCOME.-Thereare many 11 men who at the present time are earning only a small weekly wage who would be glad to have an opportunity of adding to their incomes. To such men, if they are intelligent, active, and able to spare a few hours daily, this advertisement is ad- dressed, and anyone who wishes to know how his earnings may be increased and his interests advanced, will be supplied with particulars free upon applica- tion. The work need not interfere with any present occupation, and an hour or so per day regularly employed in this particular business has been found by many who have commenced by taking up the work in their spare time sufficient to make a splendid start, which has encouraged them after learning the work to devote their whole time, giving up other employment. Residence in any part of the United Kingdom is no objection, as the work can be localised. For particulars address Result," "Courant" Office, Chester. y 1539 DR. SCOTT'S PILLS THE SAFEST MEDICTNE, MILD, BUT EFFECTUAL, CONTAIN THF FINEST DRUGS THAT CAN BE PRODUCED. DR. SCOTT'S PILLS CURE HEADACHE AND SICKNESS, CUFCE INDIGESTION AND WIND, CURE FJJATUIIENCB AND HEARTBURN, CURE ALL BILIOUS AFFECTIONS. DR. SCOTTS PILLS ARE A TONIC PURIFIER. STRENGTHEN THK WHOLE SYSTEM. INDUCE CHEERFULNESS. INVALUABLE AS A FAMILY MEDICINE DR. SCOTT'S PILLS CURK LOSS OF APPETITE. CURE DEPRESSION OF SPIRITS. CURE ALL DISORDEKS OF THE BLOOD. CURE LASSITUDE AND NERVOUSNESS. DR. SCOTT'S PILLS should be kept at hand by all Heads of Households, to resort to on any slight occasion of ailing on the part of thvse under their charge, as by paying attention to the regular action of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels many a severe illness is avoided or mitigated. They will be found in slight cases by a single dose to restore health to the body with a happy frame of mind. DR. SCOTT'S PILLS Are prepared only by W. LAMBERT, 173, SEYMOUR PLACE, LONDON, W. Do not be per-uaded by anyone to buy any other Medicine instead, but insist upon having the right thing, which is wrapped in a square green package. By pos: for 1". or 3 stiunps. CHESTER STEAM LAUNDRY. VICTORIA ROAD (CLOSE BY THE NORTHGATE STATION). AU the arrangements are on the most approved modern system for Washing, Ironing, Drying, Packing, &c., and the management most efficient. W. H. LIPSHAM, Secretary & General Manager (Chester Steam Laundry Co., Ltd.) tig" Inspection is specally invited on any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. TELEPHONE No. 80. DAVIES & SHEPHEARD'S pURE RATED JABLE RATERS IN SYPHONS AND BOTTLES. The Tops of the Syphons are Silver-plated inside and out, the contents being in contact only with Silver and Glass. RETAIL PRICES. Corked Screw Syphons. Bottles. Stoppered Per doz. Large. Splits. Bottles SODA WATER. 3/6 1/6 1/3 1/6 POTASH „ 3/6 1/6 1/3 1/6 SELTZER,, 3/6 16 1/3 1/6 Single Syphons, 4d. each. LITHIA WATER 4/6 2/- 1/6 LEMONADE 4/6 1/6 1/3 1/6 GINGER ALE 4/6 1/6 1/3 1/6 Single Syphons, 5d. each. MANUFACTURED Bar DAVIES & SHEPHEARD BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. THEFINEST HEALTH RESORT IN NORTH WALES RHOS ABBEY HOTEL, —— RHOS-ON-SEA, COLWYN BAY. Facing the sea, pure bracing air, delightful climate, charging scenery, water supply and sanitation perfect. Elegant apartments, every home comfort; all bedrooms sea view. Excellent golf links by the sea. within half-a- mile. High-class cuisine. Terms moderate. Tariff apply Fr. MEIER, Proprietor (late at the WINDSOR HOTEL, GLASGOW). CAMBRIDGE L EMONADE., Carefully prepared from Sicilian Lemons. Guaranteed to contain the natural refreshing con- stituents of the Fresh Ripe Fruit, free from any added acid or other injurious ingredient. A Grocer writes:—"The Cambridge Lemonade is far and away the best I have sold yet. A customer to whom I introduced it has within the last six weeks used four dozen. She said she had used every other lemonade she could get, but CAMBRIDGE BEATS ALL W. per bottle to make two gallons. CHIVERS & SONS, LTD., Histon, Cambridge. B LAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS NOR BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. RHEUMATISM, GOUT, LUMBAGO, BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. "D SCIATICA. The acute patir 18 "DLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. Skills!-Of afi _L# Chemists and Stores BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS, at 1/1* and 2/9 per Box. BENZINE POLLAS \~J Cleans Gloves and Dresses. BENZINE POLL AS Removes Tar, Oil Paint, Grease. BENZINE /HOLLAS \_J Cleans Silks, Ribbons, Cloth, &c. BENZINE POLLAS. \J TRY "COLLAS." See the word COLL AS on the Label and Cap. Extra refined, nearly odourless. On using, becoming quite odourless. BENZINE /HOLLAS. \J ASK FOR "COLLAS" Preparation and take no other. Sold everywhere, 6d., Is. and Is. 6d. per Bottle. Wholesale Agents: J. SANGER & SONS,. Winsley-street, Oxford-street, W .A* .A* lit INSURANCE OFFICE. OEO ,1 Sum insured in 1900 exceecled X450,000,000 For all particulars apply to the following Agents CHESTBB MESSRS. CHEERS & HOPLEY, 6, Northgate-street. M MESSKS. W. DENSON & SON, Northgate. MALPAS MR. THOMAS MULLOCK Cud. dinzton Heath.

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