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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. ROYALTY THEATRE. XV CHESTER. Proprietor: MJi. MILTON BODE. MONDAY, MARCH 27th, for Six Nights only, MR. LEWIS WALLER'S Enormously Successful Play- MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE." IIONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE." "MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE." Box Office Open 11 till 4. TARPORLEY HUNT STEEPLE- -L CHASES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12TH, 1905. Under National Hunt Rules. FIRST RACE AT TWELVE O'CLOCK. PRESIDENT: H. E. Wilbraham, Esq. STEWARDS The Duke of Westminster, the Marquis of (Jholmondeley, the Earl of Haddington, the Earl of Enniskillen, Major J. M. Gordon, Capt. L. H. Jones. Fatrons: H. M. Wilson, Esq., R. Corbet, Esq., Masters of the Cheshire Hounds; Piers Egerton- Warburton, Esq., John L. Birkett, Esq. Starter The President. Judge: Mr. W. H. Nightingule. Clerk of the Course Mr. R. S. Linnell. Clerk of the Scales: Mr. W. H. i? i r. T. F. Nightingale, junr. Handicapper: Mr. T. F. Dawkins. Stakeholder Mr. T. F. Linnell. The CHESHIRE FARMERS' STEEPLE- CHASE of 84 sov., given by Members of the Tarporley Hunt, for horses bona-ifde the property of Farmers resident on. and occupying their Farms of not le" than 50 acres, within the limits of the Cheshire Hunt, which have been in their possession from January 1st, 1905, first to receive 49 sov., ov., fourth 5 sov., four- wcoi-i(-l 20 -3 v., third 10 years-Old lOst. 10lb., five 12st. lib., six and aged 12;;t. iOib. winners once 41b., twice 71b., thrioe 101b. extra; winners of this race in any previous year excluded; Cheshire Farmers or their sons riding, who have not ridden more than three winners over a country, allowed 71b.; entrance free: three miles. Six horses, the property of different owners, to enter, or the race to be at the option of the Executive. The TARPORLEY HUNT STEEPLECHASE of 40 sov.; given by Members of the Tarporley Hunt, for Horses bona-fide the property of Mem- bers of the Tarporlcy Hunt, or Subscribers to the Chesu;re Hounds or Covert Fund, their wives, ,crl b ci-s nit>ers sons, or daughters, or subscribers to, or Members of, Sir Warkin Wynn's, the Shropshire and North Staffordshire Hounds, which have been regularly huii ted with such packs during the season 1904-5, I and have been in their possession before January 1st, 1905. A Certificate signed by the Master of Hounds that such Horse has been regularly hunted to be sent with entry. 12st. each; winners once to carry 51bs.. twice or once of 100 sovs 10lbs. or of two races of 100 sovs. each 141bs. extra; maidens allowed 7!b. owners riding allowed 51bs.; to be ridden by gentlemen qualified under rule 91 (2) (a), Member-? < >f the Tarporley Hunt, Subscribers to the Cheshire Covert Fund, and Subscribers or Mer.-tbers of the above Packs or their sons.; 1 oOV. to the Fund; 3 miles. This race ma-, abandoned if the entries do not amount to 8. The TARPORLEY HANDICAP STEEPLE- CHASH. i Closed.) The LADIES' PURSE of 40 sov.. for bona-fide maiden Hunters that have been regularly hunted by owners, wives, sons, or daughters, with the Cheshire Hounds during the present season; ■horses to belong to Members of the Tarporley Hunt. Subscribers to the Cheshire Hounds, or Covert Fund, their wives, sons, or daughters; to be ridden by "persons qualified to enter for this race. (11' by Gentlemen riders or riders qualified under rule 81 (2) (a); 12st. 71b. each; riders never having ridden a winner allowed 71b., never having ridden in a steeplechase 10Ib., but only one allow- ance; second to save the entrance money; entrance 1 sov. to the fund; two miles and a half. The ARDERNE STEEPLECHASE. (Closed.) The CHESHIRE FARMERS' HALF-BRED STEEPLECHASE OF 55 sov.. given by Members of the Tarporley Hunt, for half-bred horses, bred by Cheshire Farmers, or by Farmers within the limit of the Cheshire Hunt, bona-fide the property of such Farmers resident on, and occupying their farms of not. less than 50 acres, which horses have been in their possession from January 1st. 1905; first to receive 40 sov., second 10 sov., third 5 IIOv. if eight start the winner will receive 49 sov. four-years-old lOst. 101b., five 12st. lib., six and aged 12st. 101b. winners once 41b., twice 71b., 4 thrioe 101b. extra; owners to state at time of entry. where, and by whom, their horses were bred: Cheshire farmers or their sons riding, who have not ridden more than three winners over a country, aiiowed 71b.; entrance free; two miles and a half. A SELLING STEEPLECHASE PLATE of 40 sov., four-years-old list., five list. 121b.. six and aged 12st. 51b. winner to be sold by auction for 50sov., second to save the entrance money; entrance 2 sov. to the fund; two miles. N.B.-All horses must now be registered before starting for a Steeplechase. Trainers 2-,(1 other entitled to Free Admission to the Saddling Ring. must apply to the Clerk of the Course for Tickets for admission not later than three days prior to the race. Entries, accompanied by entrance money, to be made in writing to Mr. T. F. LINNELL. Duddon Lodge, near Tarporley (Telegrams. Tarvin) or to Messrs. V.'EATHERBY and SONS, 6, Old Burlington-street, London. W. or to Messrs. PRATT it CO.. 9, George-street, Hanover Square, London, W. or to Mr. T. Hrindky, 14, Upper Merrion-st'eet, Dublin by 10 p.m., on TUESDAY. APRIL 4th. For COMFORT and WARMTH order I at once a GAS EIRE, I to be Fixed in BEDROOM, DRAWING- ROOM and HALL A LARGE SELECTION of the NEWEST and LATEST DESIGNS of FIRES for the Coming Season is now on View, and can lie seen lRtl ri-oeration at the GAS COMPANY'S SHOW- ROOMS NO DIRT. NO DUST. NO LABOUR. ALL FIRES QUOTED FIXED FREE, and can be supplied ON HIRE (on Three Years' Hire &.nd Purchase System). SHOP STOVES. SPECIALITIES FROM 2/- PER QUARTER. BEDROOM & SITTINGROOM STOVES, FROM 2/6 PER QUARTER. Incandescent Gas Burners. The Company undertake ENTIRE MAIN- TENANCE, including- CLEANING OF BURNERS. RENEWAL OF MANTLES, RENEWAL OF RODS, RENEWAL OF CHIMNEYS, At an Inclusive Charge of 9d. per Burner per Quarter. NOW ON VIEW, new pattemsof WELSBACH INCANDESCENT LAMP and LUCAS LIGHTS. Estimates Free. All particulars on enquiry at Gas Co.' s Offices & Showrooms, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO HIS MAJESTY B? His MAJESTY .K????J???.?-??C k LATE EMEFA?TESTY THE QUEEN VIITOIIIA. KING. QUEEN VICTORIA. BOLLAND'S, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. WEDDING CAKES, As supplied to H. M. THE KING. ORDERS NOW BEING BOOKED FOR HAMPERS FOR GRAND NATIONAL AND POINT-TO-POINT RACES. Bolland's Royal Almond Simnels and Bury Simnels. In all Sizes. Bolland's Celebrated Boxes of Dainty Cakes 3/6, 7/ including postage. TURTLEIOUP, Made from fresh Turtle, thick or clear. RESTAURANT. CAFE & SMOKE ROOM. WINE, LIQUEURS, COFFEE. Wedding Receptions Catered for. HIRE OF PLATE, GLASS, CHINA WAITERS. ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED AND DESPATCHED by First Train or Post as required. Price List & Wine List free by Post on application. R. BOLLAND & SONS, LTD. Telephone: No. 37. Teeqrams:" Bolland's, Chester." REMOVALS. ALLAN MORRIS & CO. 15, GODSTALL CHAMBERS (LATE 5, ST. WERBURGH'S MOUNT), CHESTER. LOWEST RATES. EXPERIENCED PACKERS. ESTIMATES FBEE. TEL. 204. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER, FRIDAY, APRIL 28TH, AT 8 O'CLOCK. MADAME CLARA BUTT, MR. KENNERLEY RUMFORD, AND GRAND PARTY. PRICES 5s., 3s. 6D., 2S. 6D., 2S., Is. Plan opens to-morrow, SATURDAY, March 25th. EARL OF CHESTER'S IMPERIAL YEOMANRY. POINT-TO-POINT RACES, 105. PLEASE NOTE THAT ENTRIES CLOSE FINALLY MONDAY MORNING'S POST, 27TH INSTANT. (Signed) G. COOPER, Captain and Qr.-Master. Chester, 23rd March, 1905. CHESTER iFARMERS' CLUB. HORSE PARADE (UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE CHESTER FARMERS' CLUB) WILL BE HELD IN THE GROSVENOR PADDOCK, ON SATURDAY, APRIL 1ST. LIGHT HORSES, FROM 2 0 TO 2 45 P.M. HEAVY HORSES, FROM 2 45 TO 3 30 P.M. ENTRY FEES Members, 2:6 each Horse; Non-Members, 10/- each Horse. ENTRIES to be made to the SECRETARY not ater than the 25TH MARCH, so as to be Catalogued. ADMISSION TO THE PARADE: 1/ T. J. DUTTON, SECRETARY, WAYERTON, CHESTER. RAILWAYS. ?? HES HIRE L 1 -N F, s ^HESHIRE jj^INES. J IVERPOOL SPRING RACES. 1 ? — On THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, March 30th, 31st and April 1st, 190o. a FAS1 EXPRESS TRAIN will be run to AINTREE (Station adjoining the Course), with Bookings from Intermediate Stations as under Thursday and Friday. Saturday. A.M. A.M. CHESTER (Northgate) .dep. 10 5 !> 50 Winsford and Over 9 25 9 2o Whitegate 9 35 9 35 Cuddington 10 28 10 15 Hartford & Greenbank. 10 ;>o 10 22 Northwich. 1° 43 10 28 Knutsford 10 oS 10 40 Mobberley u 11 a 10 4o AINTREE (adjoining the Course). arr. 12 5 11 o0 RETURN FARES:—7, -> First Class; 3/6, Third Class. For return times and full particulars, see bills. Tickets, bills and full particulars can be obtained at the City Office, Mr. J. BAKBKR, 19, Eastgate- street. JAMES PINION, Manager. Central Station, Liverpool, March, 1905. CHESTER & DISTRICT WAITERS' .J SOCIETY. Reliable and experienced Men supplied for all Public and Private Dinners, Luncheons, Ball Suppers, Wedding Receptions, House Parties, &c. Hire of Plate, Glass, China, &c. Address: SECRETARY. 3, Watergate Square, Chester. 2277 INCREASE YOUR INCOME. No Rating or Stock dealing, but legitimate method by which £ 5 upwards may bo doubled each year. Handsome illustrated pamphlet free. STEPHENS & HENDERSON, 20, Hackins H, Liverpool. ——W-1 —IIIIIIHUIH—T WMNBD i REWIITT 91 S FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. I i I THE d. I B LESSING of GOOD SIGHT IS ONE THAT BUT FEW PEOPLE SUFFICENTLY APPRECIATE. Hard study, close employment, or impaired health, may be the cause of Defective Sight. It is not alway possible to alter the conditions of life, but the Wearing of Suitable Glasses can do wonders for the Eyes. H. C. HOUGHTON, Optologi3t, Eyesight and Spectacle Specialist, Late Manager for WOOD, ABRAHAMS, Liverpool and Manchester, 23, EASTGATE ST., CHESTER. REPAIRS DONE CHEAPLY & PROMPTLY. Tel. 21Y3. PUBLIC NOTICES. '-f- NORTHGATE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. REV. W. H. TOWERS. SUNDAY, 10-45; 6-30. BIBLE CLASS, 3 p.m. Address by MRS. TOWERS. TEMPERANCE HALL, GEORGE ST. NEW CHURCH LECTURES on SCRIPTURAL INTERPRETATION, TUESDAY NEXT, MARCH 28TH, "THE PARABLE OF THE EXODUS AND THE TABERNACLE," By REV. W. T. STONESTREET, of Manchester. Commence at 8. Admission Free. EDDISBURY DIVISION CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION. A PUBLIC MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE CHOLMONDELEY SCHOOL, CHOLMONDELEY, ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, MARCH 29,1905, AT 7-30 O'CLOCK. CHAIRMAN ST. JOHN CHARLTON, ESQ. SPEAKERS: COL. COTTON-JODRELL, C.B., AND OTHERS. BRITISH WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE ASSOCIATION. Chester Christian Temperance Society's Branch. ON WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, MARCH 29TH, 1905, THE 23RD ANNIVERSARY Of this Association, will be celebrated in THE TEMPERANCE HALL, GEORGE-ST. The Chair to be taken at 7-30 by MRS. TOMKINSON, President of the Branch. Addresses will be given by LADY CECILIA ROBERTS AND MRS. W. D. JUDSON, OF WOO I> LEY. SOLOIST MRS. SANSOM. Collection in aid of the Society's Funds. ALL ARE INVITED. DR. ROBERT OLDFIELD'S CHARITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the ACCOUNTS of the above Charity, for the year ending 31st December. 1904, may be inspected at my Office. Northgate House, Chester, any day between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 24th day of March, 1905. HUBERT POTTS, Clerk to the Governors. CHESTER SAVINGS' BANK. OPEN DAILY 11 TO 2. SATURDAYS 11 TO 3. MONDAY & SATURDAY EVENINGS 7 TO 9. Hoole Branch Westminster Schools, FRIDAY EVENING, 7 TO 9. DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM ONE SHILLING. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the COUNTY OF CHESTER will be held at the COURT HOUSE, KNUTSFORD. in and for the said County, on MONDAY, the 3rd day of April next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, when the Grand Jury will be empannelled. The hearing of all Appeals arising within the Hundreds of Bucklow, Macclesfield and Northwich, forming the Knutsford District, and the trials of all prisoners committed from such Hundreds, will take place at such Sessions. The Grand and Petty Juries for the Knutsford District must be in attendance at the Court House, Knutsford. at the opening of the Court on MONDAY, the 3rd day of April next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. THE COURT will be Adjourned to the Castle of Chester, on WKDNESDAY, the 5th day of April next. at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. The hearing of all Appeals arising within the Hundreds of Broxton, Eddisbury, Nantwich, and Wirral, forming the Chester District, and the trials of j all prisoners committed from the last-mentioned Hundreds will take place at such adjourned Sessions. The Grand and Petty Juries for the Chester District must be in attendance at the Castle of Chester. at the opening of the Court on WEDNESDAY, the 5th day of April next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. REGINALD POTTS, Clerk of the Peace for the County of Chester. Chester, 13th March. 1905. ) MRS. ANNE THOMAS, DECEASED. ALL persons having any CLAIMS or DE- A,- MANDS against the Estate of the late Mrs. ANNE THOMAS, of 108, Brook-street, and carrying on business at No. 60, Brook-street, in the City of Chester, as a Printer and Stationer, who died on the 19th day of March, 1905, are requested to send particulars of the same forthwith to the undersigned Solicitors for the Executors.. Dated this 23rd day of March, 1905. SHARPE & DAVISON. 12, Abbey-square, Chester. ￼ EDUCATIONAL. | THE ELMS, FLOOKERSBROOK, X CHESTER. Preparatory and finishing SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. ??.ll?Xf.lryin Cambridge Local Exams., including Women's Higher; also in all Music Exams. Boarders and Day Pupils. Tennis, etc. Lady B.A., certif. English and Foreign Mistresses resident. Best Masters attend. Pupils receive individual care and comfort.—For prospectus, &c., apply MISS NEVILLE. MR. A. J ARMSTRONG, Violin and .13LL Violoncello Soloist. Thorough Tuition given on both instruments.—For terms apply 1, Denbigh- street, Chester. 2272 MR. BRUNO, Teacher oft iBanje, Guitar, Mandoline, Mandola; also Violin and Viola .for orchestral playing.—Studio, 7, Eastgate Walls, Chester. Terms: Ten lessons from 10s. 6d. Home lessons by arrangement. £ 18 :18 0 A. W. BUTT'S "COUNTY" WATCH In Heavy 18 carat Gold. BEST ENGLISH KEYLESS LEVEI*, CHRONOMETER BALANCE, JEWELLED IN 10 HOLES, AND WITH ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. TIMEKEEPING GUARANTEED. HUNTING, HALF HUNTING. OR OPEN FACE CRYSTAL CASES. £ 18 :18 0 Above make, LADY'S size, from 910. All sizes in Silver, .£5. Ss. EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER: TELEPHONE No. 176. TELEGRAMS BUTT, SILVERSMITH, CHESTER. BEAUTY. Consult the Eminent Authority- MISS IRELAND, CRYPT CHAMBERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER, On all matters relating to the COMPLEXION, HAIR, EYES, NECK, ARMS and HANDS. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH FAMILIES. LADIES TAUGHT. ZARA-Best Remedy for the Removal of Superfluous Hair. MISS IRELAND wishes to draw SPECIAL ATTENTION to the ZOBEIDE TREATMENT for INDIGESTION, NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, and OBESITY. This Department is conducted by MRS. MAINE, who has studied under the personal attention of the late Dr. Hunter, of Matlock. PRICE LISTS AND CONSULTATIONS FREE. LADIES ONLY RECEIVED. 1 9 0 5. jyr ARVELLOUS VALUE IN CYCLES! AGENT FOR "ROYAL ENFIELD," "ROVER," "SWIFT," & "RUDGE-WHITWORTH" CYCLES. FROM P,6 AND UPWARDS. Also a larere stock of LUCAS ACCESSORIES, and DUNLOP COVERS at Us. each, and other makes at Reduced Prices. REPAIRS done on the Premises by Practical Men. W. MA HER, 34. BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. TEL. 84 & 84A. Proprietor: G. BARNES. I f Kj \lTY MEWS & CARRIAGE WORKS. I ) — ( The above Firm are now in a position to cater for The above lrm are now III a posItIOn to cater for I FUNERALS throughout in the most modern style, having aug- mented their stock with Superior Rubber-tyred Funeral Cars, Rubber-tyred Broughams, and Black Belgian Horses also WEDDING CARRIAGES, Brakes, 'Buses, Char-a-Bancs, Laundaus, Dog- carts, &c. COACH BUILDING in all its branches. MOTOR REPAIRS neatly and promptly executed. NOTE THE ADDRESS CITY ROAD, CHESTER THE UNITED LEGAL INDEMNITY IN. TSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. Head Office: 222-225, Strand. London, W.C. Capital £ 100,000. Fully subscribed £ 35,000. Departments of Insurance. Personal Accident. I Third Party (Drivers' Burglary, Housebreaking, I Accidents), and Larceny, I Fidelity Guarantee, Workmen's Compensation, I Motor Car, &c., &c. For all particulars apply to MR. G. H. EVANS, Nortbgate Chambers, Chester. 1776 INSIDE AND OUTSIDE I BLINDS We hold a LARGE STOCK of- WINDOW HOLLANDS. IN ALL SHADES. CASEMENT CLOTHS, IN NEWEST MATERIALS. OUTSIDE BLIND TICKS. BLIND FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. And shall be pleased to receive your Enquiries for- ROLLER BLINDS. VENETIAN BLINDS. OUTSIDE BLINDS. SHOP BLINDS, IN BOX COMPLETE. GREENHOUSE SHADING. CASEMENT & BRISE-BISE CURTAINS. ETC., ETC. Estimates and Measurements Free from- RICHARD JONES AND COMPANY, HOUSE FURNISHERS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. We shall be pleased to submit Patterns and Samples. GARNETT & SON, C MAKERS. MAKERS. SEE OUR WINDOWS. '?E ?T?? CURT IN° NEXT ￼ JU?UjJj ? U JtiiAi? ￼ WE ARE SHOWING K 5 LXCE CUPtT,klNi? L? BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. W. C. WRIGHT, LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S HOSIER, GLOVER AND OUTFITTER. We are now SHOWING a Choice Selection of NEW GOODS FOR SPRING. w 53, 55. BRIDGE STREET ROW. I 51,370 IIOIIN LEA S RALEIGH I This is the Record of an X-frame Cycle, ridden by one of the Hardest Riders in Ireland. The total Repairs were Two Pedal Pins, and in December, 1904, THE MACHINE STILL RAN PERFECTLY. THE No. 2 RALEIGH GAZELLE, Gerit, X6 12 6 net cash (accessories free), With free wheel, two rim brakes, special saddle, non- or 13/3 Deposit, and Eleven rusting spokes, finished with superfine enamel, and Payments of 1:3/3 Monthly, bright parts heavily plated. (The machine is delivered after the Deposit is paid). VICTOR CYCLES, Gent's (Gold-lined 5/- extra) 6 0 0 net cash (accessories free) Ditto Lady's ditto 6 10 0 ditto No. 2 GAZELLE, Lady's (Lined, 5/- extra) 6 19 6 ditto RALEIGH GAZELLE, Lady's or Gent's, Lined, 8 0 0 ditto STANDARD RALEIGH, ditto 10 0 0 ditto | THREE-SPEED RALEIGH, ditto 12 0 0 ditto I ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF CYCLES UP TO £ 25, POST FREE. J. E. BR,ASSEY & SON LTD. ,CHESTER LTD. Agents C]FFESTEIR THE "D" BOOT. 10/6, rrzrl H. DUNNING HE T 10 6 -—- D t 88, BROOK STREET, CHESTER. TELEPHONE 222. ESTABLISHED 1815. SPECTACLES AJJ SK„, t FOR S?———— SP CLKS AT ALL PBICES. S?E?YEG?JLASS8?ES} J A? TALLPP.ICES. Greatest care and attention in Suiting. 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GEORGE EADE'S GOUT & RHEUMATIC PILLS Are Sold by all Chemists, M Bottles, l;l and 2/9; or sent post free for Postal Order by the Pro- prietor, GEORGE EADE, 232, Goswell-road, E.C. Ask for and be sure you obtain EADE'S GOUT AND RHKUUATIC PILLS. EADE'S PILLS. t FOR THE .A It-PP-lr.. ETO iN,- 5 S .L -iL"&.A' J.. b MILLINERY. NEWEST SHAPES, LATEST STYLES, GREAT VARIETY. APPLETOX-S COATS, SKIRTS, COSTUMES. NEWEST MATERIALS, PERFECT FITTJNG, MODERATE PRICES. APPLETON'S BLOUSES and Blouse Materials In all the LATEST PRODUCTIONS for Spring and Summer Wear. ArPLETOX'S LACE COLLARS, STOLEN And LACE and SILK NECKWEAR of all Descriptions and Variety. APPLETOX'S UNDERSKIRTS. IN SILK, MOIRETTE. MOREEN, SATEEN, &c. In all the Newest Shapes and Colourings. APPLETON'S FOR THE LARGEST & MOST VARIED ASSORTMENT OF GLOVES, In all the Latest Styles. The New SILK and LACE MITT, for Summer Wear. APPLETON'S [DRESSMAKING. PERFECTION OF FIT, combined with Excellence of Work and Economy in Price. A Speciality. APPLETON'S BRIDGE ST. ROW, CHESTER. ROLAND J)AWSON, 54 & 56, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER, AND 1 & 2, WHITE HORSE YARD, PAWNBROKER. JEWELLER & CLOTHIER, DEALER IN FURNITURE, JEWELLERY, bILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, PIANOS, FURs., CARPETS, BASSINETTES, &c. Cash Advanced to any amount on any of the above class of Goods 1 ?7/?—G?nt.'s EASY CHAIR, upholstered in best quality tapestry padded back and spring seat. Old fashioned pattern. 4**7 1 /OK /— Good sound Second hand t? -? ? ? JL?7/ PIANOFORTE, in Burr walnut case ivory keys; maker, "Thomas, London. Suitable for learners. ORT -| /— Very handsome WICKER MA1L CART, upholstered in drk green leather cloth; to hold two; slidirsr well, fixed shafts, hood, &c. Complete, cheap. ￼ TO 21 -The new style in GO-CARTS; 1 JL MIL ?? sunshades, &c., attached. O K /— Very handsome Walnut OCTAGON TABLE, beautifully inlaid all round square stand underneath and solid le?s. _0 CT K /—Very strong DINING-ROOM <??<. ?/ SUITE, upholstered in leather, comprising four small chairs, two easies and couch thoroughly well made and solid carved frames and padded backs. A bargain. -t 2 1 O IF*- Large size FEATHER <> BED, Bolster and two Pillows; in linen tick bordered and welted; purified feathers guaranteed. _?? ?/_ £ 2- 7/6, AXD £. 12'G-Best ?.-t 2. t5 <?'?-t< ?/ make in WRINGING and MANGLING MACHINES; hardwood rollers, and thoroughly guaranteed. £ ^7 "J /"K /—Very fine solid Walnut Dining- <?? ? WJ! room SIDEBOARD large bevelled pla.te glass back, with heavy pillars and shelves, solid copper handles. and spirit cellarette, two drawers and cupboards. Thoroughly well made; nearly new. 30/-Cheap. KITCHEN DRESSER, three t.???/ drawers, high back, and small drawers on top; polished all over walnut, brass handles. QO I £ \—Pretty real Sheraton PALM STAND, beautifully inlaid; solid brass pot, chains, &c. A rare chance. "I 1EI7 STRONG Second-hand Double 1«/U MAIL-CART, sliding well, turn-up shafts, brass rail, &c. A bargain. OK/-New pattern KITCHEN SOFA, solid wood bottom, railed back, loose cushions and seat; polished walnut, 32/6- The full FIRE SUITE, in black and copper, comprising 4ft. kerb with copper rail, ttogs attached copper ornaments and irons. Also Antique Coal Vase to match. The lot 32,6. OQ ~I I £ \—Very &j? solid polished ot JL 4 I 4ft. Oak SIDEBOARD. with high plate glass back, pillars and shelves, two drawers and cupboards, brass handles. Very well made and finished. O A ~F 4\ Second haad Saddlebag <?'-f? ?.?/ PARLOUR SUITE, in good condition; solid birch frames, padded backa and spring seats polished walnut. ??/-Secoa?haad KITCHL DRESSER, I stained and polished mahogany seven drawers and cupboard, high carved back. Very cheap. ￼ 3 11. & 4.6-Best make in KITCHEN I J L, CHAIRS. Polished any colour. Made in solid birch. 51-i-1 —Solid Steel "-bar Kitchen FENDER. 5/ 1-1 Irons to match, 2/11. JOO "I Q/A-TBE new &tvle BASSI- <?J???) W ?JL<3/? NETTE, upholstered in fawn hung on straps. Very easy running and light tyres. Guaranteed. MEN'S and BOYS' New and Second-hand CLOTHING, ready made and to measure. 1.000 RATS KTLLKD. RODINE RAT POISON KILLS ON THE SPOT. Leaves no smell. Mr. G R BHCVWK wr¡t. Rodine had excellent results. It killed Thonsands o Rats." Dotes and Cats don't eat it. RATS LIKE IT, EAT IT. & DIR. PBICE—bd., Is., 3e., 5s.; Post 2d. T. HARLEY. Cbemist, Perth. AGEH"?S— Cheers & Hopley. Chemists, Chester. FIFTY-SIX INCHES WIDE. I I ?i ?- 1- Ii THE DRESS I LENGTH, LjLJE-i-JNJ?.'< G?-? T?- HJt-jL-? ,i WORTH 14/6.. I I, .-I- SPECIAL NOTICE. ASTOUNDING PURCHASE. 3,000 YARDS OF NEW SPRING DRESS TWEEDS. I SALE COMMENCES MONDAY NEXT. ANY LENGTH CUT, AT ONE SHILLING PER YARD. Northgate Row, CHESTER. FIFTY-SIX INCHES J WIDE. —— 51m THE DRESS- LENGTH. il II WORTH 14/6. ASIWS—SALE BY AUCTION ETERT TUESDAY 130 ASTOiNs CITY AUCTION ROOMS, 14, WATERGATE STREET, CHESTER. GOODS RECEIVED ANY DAY FOR FOLLOWING TUESDAY'S SALE.