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public ^rnxoimcemeitts. ROYALTY THEATRE, CHESTER. EVERY EVENING, HELD IN BONDAGE. THURSDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, at 2-30, SPECIAL MATINEE, THE Besses o' th' Barn Prize Band. PRICES AS USUAL. MONDAY NEXT, SHERLOCK HOLMES. IN AID OF THE Chester Benevolent Institution. Patroness Katharine Duchess of Westminster. President: Mrs. James G. Frost. KOYALTY THEATRE, CHESTER, ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 18TH, TWO AMATEUR PERFORMANCES OF "MRS. GORRINGE'S NECKLACE" By Arrangement with Miss MART MOOEK, UNDER THE DIRECTION OF COLONEL H. ARCHDALE, C.B. STAGE MANAGER MR. H. G. ROLT. NEWGATE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CHESTER, TUESDAY, NOV. 28th, at 3 o'clock. UTRS. REGINALD AXTENS' IT I (MADAME CHARLOTTE DAVIES) and MR. FRIDOLIN WEINGAERTNER'S AFTERNOON CONCERT, Under distinguished Patronage. SOLO VIOLONCELLO Miss EVELINE BARRY. VOCAUST MR. STANLEY FITZ GERALD. First performance in Chester of Tschaikowsky s Trio for Piano, Violin, and 'Cello. Plan and Tickets (Reserved 3s., Unreserved 2s. and Is.), at R. A. AXTKNS' Pianoforte Showrooms, 10, White Friars, Chester. CHESTER MUSICAL SOCIETY. MENDELSSOHN'S ELIJAH." TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12TH. PRINCIPAL VOCALISTS: MADAME EMILY SQUIRE. MISS PHYLLIS LETT MR. VIVIAN BENNETTS. MR. DALTON BAKER. Orchestra and Chorus of 150 Performers. TICKETS, etc., at Messrs. PHILLIPSON and GOLDER'S. HOOLE ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. -0- (ESTABLISHED 1902.) Meet for PRACTICE every MONDAY, 8 p.m., MISSION ROOM, WESTMINSTER ROAD. New Members invited. Good opportunity for Amateurs. Fee: 2/6. T TO TT a 430 H. ELLIS, Hon. Sec. ALL SAINTS\ HOOLE. RPHE ANNUAL SALE OF WORK J- (in Aid of the Sick Poor Fund and other Parish needs) will take place IN THE WESTMINSTER SCHOOLS, ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 23RD AND 24TH, And will be Opened at 2-30 on the First Day by MRS. HORNBY LEWIS; And on the Second Day by MRS. GRIFFIN. YOUR ATTENDANCE IS INVITED. RETURN VISIT. MADAME SHERINGDAN JjJL WILL BE AT 9, PARADISE ROW, ROODEE, CHESTER, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23RD. HOURS: 2 TO 8 P.M. 434 rpHE BIRMINGHAM CATTLE AND 1 POULTRY SHOW. The FIFTY-SEVENTH GREAT ANNUAL EXHIBITION will be held in BINGLEY HALL, BIRMINGHAM, on SATURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY. o' November 25tb. 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th, 1905. Excursions to Birmingham on a.ll the leading Railways. CHESTER UNITED GAS CO. GAS FIRES. ALar.-e Variety of THIS SEASONS FIRES, in the most ARTISTIC DESIGNS, NOW ON VIEW at the YM E W SHOWROOMS, CUPPIN STREET. All Fires quoted FIXED FREE, And can be supplied ON HIRE (Three Years' Hire and Purchase System). SHOP STOVES. SPECIALITIES FROM 2/- PER QUARTER. In the NEW SHOWROOMS may be seen an entirely New and Varied SELECTION of CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, BRACKETS, &c. The Company undertake INTERNAL GAS FITTINGS and employ a THOROUGHLY COMPETENT STAFF OF GASFITTERS. Incandescent Gas Light IS THE Cheapest Artificial Light. MAINTENANCE OF INCANDESCENT GAS BURNERS Is Undertaken by the Company. m BROWN & Co., MERCERS, CHESTER. MILLINERY. THE LATEST STYLES FOR THE MID-SEASON NOW ON SHOW. NEW FURS FOR THE SEASON. public Notices. THE ROYAL ALBERT ASYLUM, LANCASTER. A TRAINING INSTITUTION FOR THE FEEBLE-MINDED OF THE NORTHERN COUNTIES. Under the Patronage of His Majesty the King. Tke GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING of the Royal Albert Asylum will be held in the LORD MATOR'S ROOMS, TOWN HALL, LEEDS, at half-past Two o'clock, on TUESDAY AFTERNOON, November 28th, 1905. The Right Hon. the LORD MAYOR has kindly consented to preside. JAMES DIGGENS, J.P., Principal. SAMUEL KEIR, Secretary. The Royal Albert Asylum, Lancaster. I EDDISBURY DIVISION CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION PUBLIC MEETINGS ALL ELECTORS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED FORESTERS' HALL, NORLEY, ON MONDAY. NOV. 27TH. 1905, AT 7-30 O'CLOCK. Chairman: H. E. WILBRAHAM, Esq.. J.P., DelamereHouse. SPEAKERS. COL. COTTON-JODRELL, C.B. J. H. COOKE, Esq., of Winsford, AND OTHERS. THE HUT, KINGSLEY, ON TUESDAY, NOV. 28TH, 1905, AT 7-30 O'CLOCK. Chairman: HARRY PERCIVAL MORTIMER, Esq., J.P. SPEAKERS: COL. COTTON-JODRELL, C.B. J. H. COOKE, Esq., of Winsford, AND OTHERS. COUNTY OF CHESTER. AT a Meeting of the Cheshire County Council, held at Chester Castle, on Thursday, the 16th day of November, 1905, IT WAS ORDERED that, pursuant to the Salmon Fishery Acts 1861 and 1865," the following persons be appointed to represent the Council on the Joint Fishery Committee for the District of the River Dee, viz. :— HARRY BARNSTON, of Crewe Hill, Farndon, Cheshire, Esquire, EDMUND WILSON SWETENHAM, of 2, Sandown Terrace, Chester, Esquire. JOHN THOMPSON, of JNetherleigh House. Chester, Esquire. GEORGE WALL, of Grange-road, West Kirby, Cheshire, Esquire. RICHARD TASWELL RICHARDSON, of Capenhurst Hall, Cheshire, Esquire. ALBERT TOMLINSON WRIGHT, of The Springs, Wallasey, Cheshire, Esquire. REGINALD POTTS. Clerk of the Cheshire County Council. Chester, 20th November, 1905. THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF BIRDS. PRESIDENT HER GRACE THE DUCHESS OF PORTLAND VICE-PRESIDENTS Her Graco ELEANOR DUCHESS OF NORTHUMBERLAND Her Grace the DUCHESS OF SOMERSET His Grace the DUKK OF BEDFORD, K.G. The LADY THEODORA GUEST Right Rev. BISHOP BAlmy. D.D. Right Rev. BISHOP WELDON, D.D. Right Hon. VISCOUNT WOLSKLEY, K.P. Right Hon. SIR HERBERT MAXWELL, Bart, M.P. SYDNEY BUXTON, Esq., M.P.; and others. HON. LOCAL SECRETARY*. G. H. EVANS, Esq., NorthgateChambers, Chester Ladies and Gentlemen desirous of furthering the Society's work in Chester and district are requested to communicate with the Hon. Local Secretary, of whom all particulars may be obtained. RICHARD POYNTON, DECEASED. ALL persons having CLAIMS against, or being INDEBTED to, the Estate of RICHARD POYNTON, late of 11, Liverpool road, Chester, Carriage and Livery Stables Proprietor (who died on the 12th day of November, 1905), are requested to pay the amounts owing by them, and to send particulars of their Claims to me, the undersigned, forthwith. Dated this 13th day of November, 1905. G. H. EVANS, Northgate Chambers, Chester, Solicitor for the Executor. NEW IDEAS AND NEW METHODS The old-fashioned methods are out of date. The old-fashioned, the clumsy, and the unattractive should be put away for ever. To nothing does this apply more forcibly. than to your printing ATTRACTIVE PRINTING Is just as essential to a business man as a desk or counter; and it is one of the best of advertisements. A shoddy sheet of notepaper or a shoddy bill head is one of the worst of advertisements. UP-TO- D.A.T.E What you want is smart up-to-date printing, up-to-date type, up-to-date style! These you will get at reasonable prices, and quickly too, at the COURANT OFFICE, THE CROSS CHESTER. IDarliamcntatg Notice. -o.J In Parliament -Sewion 1906. WIRRAL RAILWAY. (Revival of Powers and Extension of Time for Purchase of Lands and Extension of Time for Construction of Railways and Works authorised by the Wirral Railway Act 1898, as extended by the Wirral Railway Act 1903; Extension of Time for Sale of Superfluous Lands; Applica- tion of Surplus Capital to purposes of Bill; Power to provide run work and use motor cam or other vehicles in connection with Railway and to make agreements in relation thereto and to apply Capital for such purposes Incorpora- tion and Amendment of Acts.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that application is intended to be made to Parliament in the ensuing Session by the Wirral Railway Company (hereinafter called the Company ") for an Act for effecting: the purposes or some of the purposes following (that is to -say) To revive and extend the period limited by the Wirral Railway Act 1898 ae revived and extended by the Wirral Railway Act 1903 for the com- pulsory purchase of lands for the railways and works authorised by the said Act of 1898 and also to extend the time limited by the said Act of' 1898 as extended by the Act of 1903 for the con- struction and completion of the said railways and works. To further oxtend the time for the sale by the Company of all or any superfluous lands acquired or held by them under the authority of their former Acts which are described in the schedule to the Wirral Railway Act 1903 and which are not or eventually may not be required for the purposes of their Undertaking and to confer further powers on the Company in relation to the said lands; to enable the Company to sell and dispose of the lands which have been or may be acquired by them or some part or parts thereof for building or other purposes or to grant build- ing or other leases of the said lands or any part or parte thereof or to dispose of lease or let. the said lands or any part or parte thereof on ground rente chief rents or otherwise and at such rente and said lands or any part or parts thereof on ground rente chief rents or otherwise and at such rente and on such terms and conditions as the Company may think proper and so far as is necessary to alter amend and extend the provisions of the Lands Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 with reference to the sale of superfluous lands and to enable the Company to retain portions of land which may now be deemed superfluous notwithstanding any- thing in the said Act or in the Acts relating to the Company. To empower the Company to provide acquire own work equip and use Motor Cars Omnibuses and other Vehicles worked by electrical mechanical or animal power and to use and employ the same in and for the conveyance of passengers passengers' luggage goods and parcels in connection with or in extension of their railway system and to and from any Hotel of the Company and to and from any Station on their system and intermediate plaoee on the route along which any such motor cars omnibuses or other vehicles may be run and to and from any such intermediate places and for making tours or circuits from their hotels and railway stations to places of interest, and to demand and take fares and charges for, such purposes. To empower the Company to make and carry into effect oontracts and agreements with any Company or person having or using such motor cars omnibuses or vehicles with reference to the conveyance of such passengers' luggage, goods and parcels as aforesaid, or the supply and working thereof, and to confirm and give effect to any agreement which may have been or may be made prior to the passing of the intended Act. To authorise the Company to apply to the purposes of the intended Act or otherwise for the purposes of the Company any capital or funds belonging to the Company and particularly in regard to the working running and equipment of motor cars or vehicles in connection with their Railway in such manner iui may be prescribed by the Bill. To incorporate with the Bill all or some of the provisions of the Companies Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845. the Companies Clauses AotB, 1863 and 1869, the Land Clauses Acts, the Railways Clauses Consolidation Act. 1845, and the Railways Clauses Acts, 1863 and 1869, and so far as may be neces- sary for any of the purposes thereof, the Bill will alter, amend, and enlarge and repeal all or some of the provisions of the Hoylake Railway Act. 1863, the Hoylake and Birkenhead Railway and Tramways Act, 1872, and the Hoylake and Birkenhead Rail and Tramways Act. 18T3, the Seacombo Hoylake and Deeside Railway Acts, 1881, 1882. 1886 and 1890. the Wirral Railway (Transfer) Act, 1889, the Wirral Railway (Amal- gamation) Act, 1891, the Wirral Railway Certifi- cate, 1883. the Wirral Railway Acts, 1884. 1885. 1888, 1890, 1893 1895. 1898, 1900 and 1903, and any other Acts relating to the Wirral Railway Company. To vary or extinguish all rights and privileges which would interfere with the objects of the intended Act, and to confer other rights and privileges. On or before the 16th day of December next printed copies of the Bill for the intended Act will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons. Dated this 6th day of November, 1905. BIRCH, CULLIMORE. & DOUGLAS, Friars, Chester. Solicitors for the Bill. W. & W. M. BELL, 27. Great George Street and 3A, Dean's Yard, Westminster. Parliamentary Agente. — Educational. MIss ROSALIE HUTTON, Jj-JL Diplomee of the Royal Conservatoire of Music, Leipzig (PIANO and SINGING), Visits CHESTER and NORTH WALES, On WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and FRIDAYS. Address 57, Manor-road, Liscard, Liverpool; The Griffin Inn, Gresford, near Wrexham or Ness, Neston, Cheshire. BI R KR R0 K BANK. ESTABLISHED 1851. 21 PER CENT. INTEREST allowed on Deposit A ccounts repayable on Demand. Current Accounts opened. 2% Interest allowed on minimum monthly balances when not drawn low 1:100. Advances made 11 Customers, and all General Banking Business transacted. Apply C. F. RAVENSCROFT, Secretary. Southampton Buildings, High flolborn, W.C. EDWARD WILLIAMS, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, JUL OOLOUU,ER. PAl'ER.HANG:FR. &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. LAND IMPROVEMENTS, DRAINAGE, FARM BUILDINGS, LABOURERS, COTTAGES, ARTIZANS' DWELLINGS, COUNTRY MANSIONS, WATER SUPPLY, &c. THE GENERAL LAND DRAINAGE 1 AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Incorporated by Act of Parliament in 1849. DIRECTORS. CHARLES G. BOLAM, Esq., Chairman. E. P. HONCKTON, Esq. The Hon. CECIL T. PARKRR. Surveyor: Mr. George North. THIS Company advances money for all purposes of Land Improvement, both Agricultural and General, including the erection of Farm Buildings, Labourers' Cottages, Artizans' Dwellings, and the erection of or additions to Country Mansions, Reclamation of Waste Land. Water Supply, and the formation of Streets and Sewers, &c. If preferred, the Company will execute these Improve* ments for Landowners by its own Staff. The outlay and all attendant expenses may be charged upon the Estate for any term of years not exceeding 40. No investigation of title necessary, no notices required to be given either by advertisement or otherwise, and no legal expenses incurred. Applications to be addressed to Messrs. BIRCH, CULLIMORE, and DOUGLAS, Solicitors, Friars, Chester or to the Offices of the Company, Palace Chambers, 9, Bridge-street, Westminster London, S.W. R. E. HEBBLETHWAITE. Secretory. 1Pubtirations. Ready in December. PRICE 20/ THE LONDON DIRECTORY FOR 1906, CONTAINING OVER 2,000 PAGES OF CONDENSED COMMERCIAL MATTER, COMPRISES LONDON AND SURBURBAN MAPS, Divided into sections, bound in atlas form, to obviate the folding necessitated by a large sheet map and indicating the Roads, Railways, Canals, Churches, Boundaries, Altitudes, &c. LONDON STREET GUIDE, Showing the position of each of the Streets, Roads, Lanes, Avenues, Squares, Markets, Piers, Mercantile Buildings, ke., with index letters enabling it to be promptly located on the map. LONDON COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY, An ALPHABETICAL Register of the Wolesale and Retail Businesses, Conviaiiies and Institutions of London, and the Wholesale Businesses, and Public Institutions of tno suburbs. LONDON TRADE DIRECTORY, A CLASSIFIED Register of Businesses, &c., arranged under more than 1,300 Trade Headings, which are connected by exhaustive References with their kindred trades. LIST OF EXPORT MERCHANTS, Showing the description of GOODS shipped, and the FOREIGN MARKETS supplied, thus enabling manufacturers to select the names of bona fick exporters known to deal in their class of goods. LIST OF STEAMSHIP LINES, Arranged under the PORTS to which they sail, with the Approximate SAILIINGS to each Port, thus showing at a glance the various lines to each home, Foreign or ( olonial Port. SUBURBAN TRADE DIRECTORY, A combination of LOCAL TRADE DIRECTORIES covering more than 200 Suburban Districts, and suitable for circularising, for canvassing, or for ordinary reference purposes. ORDERS SHOULD BE SENT DIRECT TO The London Directory Co., Ltd. 25, ABCHURCH LANE, LONDON, E.C. THE CHESHIRE SHEAF BEING LOCAL GLEANINGS, HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN, RELATING TO CHESTER, CHESHIRE, & NORTH WALES. NOW READY. VOL. V. OF THE THIRD SERIES. EDITEn BY WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, F.S.A. (HONORARY SECRETARY OF THE RECORD SOCIETY) AND J. BROWNBILL, M.A. Five 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, have been issued. VOL. I. is out of print. Only a few copies of VOL. II. are left. VOLS. II., III., IV., and V. can be obtained from Mr. IRVINE. In VOL. V. will be found interesting articles on:- CHESHIRE IN THE CALENDARS, CATHOLICS IN CHESHIRE, CHESHIRE HIGHWAYS, CHESHIRE SUITS. ST. OSWALD'S CHURCHYARD, CHESTER, THE SIEGE OF CHESTER, STAR CHAMBER CASES, WEATHER PROVERBS OF CHESHIRE, &c., &c. Price to Subscribers, 6/- per Vol., nett. — Application for Copies to be sent to:- MR. WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, 56, PARK ROAD SOUTH, BIRKENHEAD IWTISS KATE BKE8LEY (Pupil of Miss BATSMAN, London), RECEIVES PUPILS FOR RECITATIONS AND STAGE. ATTENDS CHESTER AND LIVERPOOL. Address care of Messrs. PHILLIPSON & GOLDBB, Eastgate Row, Chester; and 18, Bold-street, Warrington. 365 CANADA-FREE GRANTS OF LAND. The ALLAN LINE being under contract with the Government of Canada for conveyance of mails, anyone writing to the Company at 19, James- street, Liverpool, or 103, Leadenhall-street, London will obtain revised handbook, maps, and latest general information free of cost. ARE YOU INSURED AGAINST ALL CASUALTIES? IF NOT, WHY NOT ? You can now obtain a Policy Indemnifying you Against ANY AND EVERY SICKNESS (not a limited number of diseases only AND ACCIDENT OF ALL KINDS. NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION REQUIRED Annual Premium, Pl and upwards. sir i Write for Prospectus arTerms of Agency, CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED F. J. LEE-SMITH, Managing-Director. 7, Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, London, S.W. DO IT NOW. LIVEIlPOOL BRANOH-8. VICTORIA-STREET. '1" I,<; 'A < BAKER & SONS, JjTANCY JJREAD BAKERS & fJONEECTIONERS, BRIDE QAKE RAKERS, r VSPSSBLSSL TELEGRAMS T*™* No. *7.BAKEBS, CHESTEE." BEG TO CALL ATTENTION TO THE FIRST SUPPLY. CHRISTMAS PLUM PUDDINGS, MINCE MEAT, GAME PIES, PRESSED BEEF, GALANTINES OF TURKEY, JELLIES, CREAMS, GATEAUX, ICE PUDDINGS, &c. BALL SUPPERS, RECEPTIONS, ESTIMATES GIVEN. LUNCHEONS SERVED DAILY FROM TWELVE O'CLOCK. PLATE, CUTLERY, GLASS & LINEN ON HIRE. BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. GROSVENOR NURSERIES, JJF§7 HANDBRIDGE. /JPIPKS, FRUIT TREES, ROSES, SHRUBS, QUICKS, HOLLIES, &C. Is INSPECTION INVITED. REASONABLE PRICES. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. MCHATTIE & CO., CHESTER. A. Illic RII) -sloi-N s CHESTER MODEL IRON PIANOS ARE THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY. THEY STAND LIKE A ROCK. NO FICTITIOUS OR SOLICITED TESTIMONIALS, BUT THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE LOCAL REFERENCES GIVEN. 21 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 15s. 2d. per Month. A. JPOPUXAR IRON PIANO. 14 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 10s. 6d. per Month. A. RICHARDSON'S POPULAR AMERICAN ORGAN HIGH MIRROR TOP, TWO KNEE SWELLS, 12 STOPS 12 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 9s. 4d. per Month. INSTRUMENTS BY ALL THE HIGH CLASS MAKERS. THE BECHSTEIN SOLE AGENCY. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIGH-CLASS SECOND-HANDS AT VERY LOW PRICES. A. RICHARDSON, 43, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER; AND BANK BUILDINGS, REGENT STREET, WREXHAM. 116, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. I JEFFS, The Noted FENT DEALERS, (OF SOUTHPORT AND ORMSKIRK). FENTS & REMNANTS Of All Descriptions. CALICOES, FLANNELS, PRINTS, SHIRTINGS, SATEENS. FLANNELETTES, MUSLINS, TOWELLINGS, CAMBRICS. DOWLAIS, NAINSOOKS. GINGHAMS, CRETONNES, PLUSHES. SILKS, VELVETS, SILKETTES, LACES, CURTAIN NETS, ,1 CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OIL BAIZES, &c., &c. SPECIAL LINES IN Blouse Flannelette Lengths, 10id., 11.. 1/1, 1 ;2i, 1/3, 1/6. VERY CHEAP LINE IN CLOTH HEARTH RUGS. 5 EACH. UNIONS SHIRTING, VERY GOOD VALUE. LINOLEUM, 2t yds. wide, 1/H per yard. CARACUL AND BEAVER FENTS. 116, EOREGrATE STREET, CHESTER. JOSEPH ORME, SLATER AND PLASTERER, GENERAL PROPERTY REPAIRER, CANAL STREET, CHESTER. (RESIDENCE: 2, KING STREET.) ^aOnit»|wm&tngIIy attended EBtiwkte&giveD. ASK FOR "ROMOLA," THE CREAM OF OLD SCOTCH WHISKIES. PROPRIETOR: GEORGE BARLOW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, "THE OLD VAULTS," BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER, TELEPHONE, 0632. TT AIR COMBINGS MADE UP, 2/- PUB OZ. COVERLETTE TAILS OF FROM HAIR FRAMES, PURE i From 3/6 each. HAIR, J q/Q T. SEALES BROWN, 3. LEECE-ST. (CAB STATION), LIVERPOOL. R. J. & H. ELLIS. PLAIN AND DECORATIVE HOUSE PAINTERS, CHURCH DECORATORS, GILDERS, SIGN WRITERS, PAPERHANGERS. OFFIOE :— 64, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. ESTABLISHED 1859. 1 TELEPHONE, No. 26Y1. THE NESTON & PARKGATE HYGIENIC LAUNDRY & CLEANING -U. COMPANY. LIMITED. LAUNDBYMEN, DYERS, AND FRENCH CLEAVERS. SHIRTS AND COLLARS A SPICCIALrrY. Special Prices quoted for Hotels, Restaurants, and Institutions. All classes of DYEING & FRENCH CLEANING done on the most improved principles. GENT'S & LADIES' CLOTHES A SPECIALITY, Our Vans Collect and Deliver Free in Birkenhead Mid District West Kirby and Hoylake, Hooton and Bromboroufcb, Little Sutton. & Chester & District. ( PRICE LISTS SENT ON APPLICATION. WORKS: NESTON, CHESHIRE.I RECEIVING OFFICE | Taeatre Buildin^ Cjty Road, j BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO Ihø MAJESTY P-.r, R K 1 H Q QXKSX VI'CTOSA. bollanivs, .) l'j, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. WEDDING CAKES. As supplied to H.M. THE KI:-iG. RESTAURANT. CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM. Afternoon Tea Room on First Floor. SOUPs. FISH, JOINTS, ENTREES. CHOPS, STEAKS, &C., FROM THE GRILL. TABLE D'HOTE DAILY. Special Evening- Dishes served in Cufe FROM 6 P.M. WINES. SPIRITS. LIQUEURS. Holland's Christmas Cakes, PLUM PUDDINGS AND MINCE MEAT. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. Special Sho Room, open Nov. 25th. Bolland's Celebrated Boxes of Dainty Cakes 3/8, 7/ including postage. TURTLE SOUP. MADB FROM FRESH TURTLE. THICK OR CLEAR. Wedding Receptions Catered for. HIRE OF PLATE, GLASS, CHINA WAITERS. ORDBBS PROMPTLY EXECUTED AXD DESPATCHED by First Train or Post as required. Price List & Wine List free by Poet on application. R. BOLLAND & SONS, LTD. Telephone: No. 37. Telegrams: Holland's, Chester." AT THE "COURANT" PRINTING WORKS, SITUATED AT THE CROSS, CHESTER. T>ROFESSIONAL MEN, MANUFACTURERS, TRADESMEN, and MEN OF BUSINESS generally, are respectfully informed that our Printing Department is furnished with an un- usually large and select assortment of the best kinds of MODERN, PLAIN & FANCY TYPES, ORNAMENTAL BORDERS IN MANY STYLES, &c., &c. 0 LEGTArr, COMMERCIAL, & ARTISTIC PRINTING, PUBLIC COMPANY PROSPECTUSES, ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION, PARTICULARS OF ESTATES, BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, REPORTS, MANUFACTURERS' ILLUSTRATED PRICE LISTS, CIRCULARS, &c., &c. GENERAL PRINTING (BLACK OR IN COLOURS) of the most extensive character—from the Smallest Card or Circular to the Broadside Placard- exeouted at the shortest notice. BUSINESS CARDS, LETTER HEADINGS, MEMORANDA BILLHEADS, ORDER BOOKS, TRADESMEN'S CIRCULAR, VISITING CARDS. ======= AT THE "COURANT" PRINTING WORKS, SITUATED AT THE CROSS. CHESTER. IT TELEPHONE 0613. J. T. I L N r,, BRIDGE INN, TARVIN ROAD, CHESTER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. ALE & STOUT BOTTLER. BASS'S PALE ALE, A PINTS 2'• PIM GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUTS ZEN" I FlKTS 1/10 PINTS (SCREW STOPPEKS). BASSPS PALE ALE 3/6 PES DOZES GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT 3 3 ^XBU0ZE!{' BIRKENHEAD BREWERY GO'S DINNER ALE 2/6 FAMILY ALES, IN 6, 9 & 18 GALLON' CASKS, FBOM 1/- PER GALLON. DUTTON BROS. PAWNBROKERS, JEWELLERS, &o., 105, FOREGATE STREET and 25 to 27, LOWER BRIDGE STREET CHESTER. PHONO' DEPOT, Have just received all the Latest and Up-to-date Records. SELECTIONS BY BESSES 0' TH' BARN BAND. "Ida and Dot," "Ora Pro Nobis" &c Three Excellent Songs which will be PANTOMIME HITS, "I wouldn't leave my little wooden hut for you." A little boy called Taps," "Stop your tickling, Jock." ALL HAVE GOOD SWINGING CHOKUS. REVIVAL HYMNS. Giory Song," "Tell mother I'll be there" "Throw out the life-line," "Lead, kindly liehl" OVER ONE THOUSAND RECORDS. (.BUTTON BROS, for Repairs.