AUCTION DIARY. Sales by MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS. thprii 15—As the Blossoms Hotel. Chester-Fre-e- hold Prop* erty at Ohester and Little Sutton April 17—At Pendre," Coleshill-street, Flint- Household Furniture and Effects Ap ril 17—At the Shrewsbury Arms, Hinderton, Wirral—FarrEinsr Stock April 18-At the Smithfield, Chester—Easter Prize Show and Sale April 18—On the Roodee, Chester-Letting of Refreshment Booths, &c. April 19-At Hooton Smithfield-Easter Prize Show and Sale April 20—At the Chester Smithfield-Eforses, Carriages, Saddlery and Harness April 27—At the Oak Bank, Hoole—Valuable Hunters, Hackneys, and an Astrada Carriage May 4—At the Smithfield, Chester—Store Stock and Dairy Cattle By MESSRS. OHURTON, ELPHIOK. ROBERTS & RIOHARDSON. April 13 & l)-At the Auction Mart, Foregate- street—Furniture, Carpets, Books, &c. April 20—At No. 35. Beaconsfield-street-House- hold Furniture and Effects April 26— At Ly Obttage, Waverton-Furniture. Poultry. Wire Netting, &c. April 27 -A the Albion Rooms, Lower Bridge- street—Furniture, Silver, &c. May 2—At the Auction Mart, Foregate-3treet- Furniture and Effects May 1-A:: the Bear's Paw Hotel, Frodsham- Country Residence and Land By MESSRS. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE. Ap ril 17—At the Flint Cattle Mart-Easter Prize Sale Ap ril 18—At the Ermine Cattle Mart—Easter Prize Sale April 20—At Shot wick—Live and Dead Farming Stock Apr il 27—At the Groves, Chester—Two Indian Canoes and one Sailing Boat By MR. J. P. CARTER. April 19—At Hooton Cattle Mart-Stock By MESSRS. CHALLINOR. ROWSON AND CHALLINOR. April 26—At No. 2. Francis-street, Chester—Furni- ture, Oilpamtings, See. By MR. JOHN A. LYON. Apiil 19-At 33, Sydney-road (off Saughall road) Cheater—Household Furniture and Effacts By MESSRS. ASTON & SON. Aprit IS—At the City Auction Rooms, Cheater- Furniture and Effects Bv MR. T. S. ADAMS. April 18—At the Custom House Hotel. Connah's Qu,ty-Freehold Building Land April 26—At the Black Lion Hotel, Mold—Free- hold Properties in Flintshire By MESSRS. HENRY MANLEY & SONS, LTD. April 13. 19 & 20—At the Crewe Repository- Hunters, Show Horses, and Heavy Horses SALES BY AUCTION. CCHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS, J AND RICHARDSON, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, LAND AND ESTATE AGENTS, THE AUCTION MART, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. Apents for tie Norwich Union, and Law Union and Crown Insurance Companies. Telegraphic Address "Mart, Chester." Telephone: No. 210. ￼ On Tuesday ?.td Wednesday N?xt. AUCTION ?iART ?)REGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. have received instructions to SELL BY tAUCTlON. on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, I 1 ó' And 19th, 1905, commencing eacli day At 11 a.. In punctually, a large assortment of Bup-r.or KOrSEHOLD FURNITURE and JBFF ECRS Iremoved for oenvenienoe of Sale#, in- cluding mahogany, walnut and ebonised single mnr1. lounging chairand couches, dining, 100 and occasional tables, maii-agaay bagatelle board, with jbal and cue*; walnut kneehole writing tab„e. valuable set of mahogaay Chippendale chairs, up- IvJ,t2;ed iLl icathoi-; superbly carved open-work ii^iian Toakwooi lounging chair. Algerian and Other screens, grancilataer clocks, zebra-wood chest of drawoi-s. surmounted by a cabinet walnut combined chiffonier and bookeaso, ditto ovsH- maaiitel, allt:que dJ"f""Swg gJa.sse5, several carved oak eabiiiets and dier-ser, oak and mahoga.-i-? *f dr:i.-vers. giasS. china, a few artic l es of silver, valuable <? p?uhn?. engravings. books. jr v ud?n? ?c 'T)rri;?.j" edition of Üw En- cyclopaedia Brkannica., Axminster, Turkey. Roman &J; orh-v carpets. i-ep window curtains, fenders mid rireirons. majolica jardinieres. walnutwood, ash and sa: n walnut bedroom suites, walnut dres- WÚSl ral»ie-\ iron and brass bedsteads, 1Ip¡g. wool and hair mattrasses. toilet services, lc'ngvrater, nour and corn bins. lean-to green- C house. duck-house, Lev", mower. "Cosy" incubator and rearer, kitchen and culinary utensib and other Jttir.ceiianeous effeote. N.B.—Catalogues may be obtained from Messrs. Ohurtoa. Eiphick. Ro»i>:?rts and Richardson, Auc- tioneers. Chester. On. Thursday Nexr. No. 35. BEACONS FIELD-STREET. BOUGH- TOK, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. h ive received instructions from Mrs. Porter to SELL by on THURSDAY. April 20, 1S05. commencing at 2 o'clock p.m. punctually, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ami EFFECTS, including mahogany bookcase, with 2 glazed and 2 panel doors; ditto easy chair, it. American, leather; wheel barometer, in inlaid mahog" any case an excellent walnutwood d'.n ng- room suite, spring stuffed and upholstered in saddlebags; causes of staffed birds and squirrels, a fine coloured engraving, after Benjamin West; valuable china tea aad breakfast services. Brus- sels carpet, linoleum, pneumatic organ, knitting machine, the works of Shakespeare and other books. a:i exoelleut mahogany che-st of drawers, iicn French bedsteads and bedding, dressing and wash tables. toilet ware, linen and blankets, kitchen dresser, fenders and fire-brasses, and other effects. Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Singer Hand Sewing Machine. Wringing Machine. 30 Prize-bred Minorcas (Sturges' strain), about 20 head of cross-bred Poultry. Drake and two Ducks, 100 yi.rds of IVire-nottinz and Posts, Hen Coops and Runs, Ladders, Garden Tools. Potato Sets, and Effects, at IVY COTTAGE, EGG BRIDGE. WAVERTON, near Chester. MESSES. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. have received instructions from Mr. Pen- nington to SELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY. \r.nL lû5, at 1.30 p.m., the above-mentioned EF FECTS. Important Sale of superior HOUSEHOLD 1. CRSITURE, Pictures, Silver Plate, Plated Articles, and other Effects, which have been warehoused by Messrs. Garnett and Son at their rooms, and removed for convenience of sale to the ALBION ROOMS. LOWER BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. have received instructions from Messrs. Gamett and Son to SELL BY AUCTION on TlL:RDA Y. 27th April, 1905, the above-mentioned V?,! uable effects. Catalogues will shortly be published. AUCTION ylART, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. ESSRS. CHURTON. ELPHICK & CO. IVJL will hold a Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE and EFFECTS on TUESDAY, 2nd May, Early entries invited. FRODSHAM. CHESHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION by MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK. t?jL ROBERTS. and RICHARDSON, at'tbe Bears Paw Hotel, Frodsham, on THURSDAY, the 4th day of May. 1905, at 3 o'clock p.m. precisely, in the following or such other Lots as may be then declared, subject to the public sale conditions of the Incorporated Law Society of Liverpool, and to -sp-cial conditions to be then produced- LOT JL.—A Desirable Freehold COUNTRY RESIDENCE, known as Fir Grove," near Frodsham, Cheshire, lately occupied by Mrs. James Reynolds, deceased, with pleasure grounds, con- servatory, greenhouse, kitchen garden, stables, coachhouse, and other outbuildings, also three pieces of pasture land. the whole containing 4 acres, 1 rood, and 33 perches. The Property is in excellent condition throughout, and is situate about li miles from the Frodsham and Helsby Railway Stations. Vacant possession on completion of purchase. LOT 2.—A Freehold FIELD, on Frodsham Marsh, containing 5 acres and 17 perches, in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Eaton. LOT 3.—Another Freehold FIELD, on Frodsham Marsh, containing 5 acres, 1 rood and 35 perches. LOT 4.—Another Freehold FIELD, on Frodsham Marsh, containing 5 acres and 24 perches, in the occupation of Mr. Youd. For plans and further particulars and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneers, Chester Messrs. H. LINAKER & SOK. Surveyors, Frodsham or ROBERT DA VIES & Co.. Solicitors, Warrington. « ASTON & SON, 8 CITY AUCTION ROOMS, 14, WATERGATE STREET, CHESTER. These Rooms are always open bo receive FURNITURE and other GOODS for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. Terms moderate. Prompt settlement. Sales couducteà in town or country. S. ASTON & SON, Auctioneers, &c., Regent-street, Wrexham; Watergate-street, Cheater. CITY AUCTION ROOMS, CHESTER. TUESDAY NEXT, April 18th. 1-30. ASTON & SON will SELL BY AUCTION A FURNITURE and EFFECTS, censing of Parlour. Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture, Oil Cloth, Linoleum, Carpet Squares, Rugs, items of Clothing, &c. On View. Sale TUESDAY NKXT, April 18th, 1-30, SALES BY AUCTION. 1 'J This Day (Saturday). COUNTY AND CITY OF CHESTER. Sale of a desirable Freehold Family Residence, known as Abbot's Cottage, Chester, and a Don;ile-ironted Shop at Little Sutton, in the COlLlty of Chester. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will SELL BY AUCTION, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chest.?:' on SATURDAY, 15th day of April, 1905, at 3 o'clock p.m., and subject to conditions- Lot I.-The FAMILY RESIDENCE known as Abbot's Cottage, situate on the Liverpool-road. Chester, containing hall, 3 entertaining rooms, study, (j bedrooms and boxroom, bathroom and w.c., back staircase, kitchen, scullery, butler's pantry, good cellars, and the usual out-otfices, and good stabling. The house is approached by carriage-drives both from Liverpool-road and Victoria-road. The Land contains 2.760 square yards or there- abouts, and having a frontage of 51 yards to the Liverpool-road and 33 yards to Victoria-road, offers itself as one of the most eligible and valu- able building sites in the neighbourhood. Immediabe possession can be given. Lot 2.—Double-fronted SHOP with the DWEL- LING-HOUSE thereto, together with the ware- house and storeroom in the rear, situate in Little Sutton, in the County of Chester, (8 miles from Chester), in the occupation of Mrs. Putt, grocer, &c. For further particulars and for orders to view apply to the Auctioneers, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester; or to Mr. R. L. St. C. Nicholson. solici- tor, St. Worburgh-street. Chester. MONDAY NEXT. April 17th. 1P05. "PENDRE," COLESHILL-STREET, FLINT. Sale of valuable Household Furniture, Pictures, Statuary, Books, Piano, Oriental Cabinet, Iron Safe. &c. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS are M favoured with instructions from the Administrator of the late Chas. N. Hull, Esq., to SELL BY AUCTION the whole of the HOUSE- j HOLD FURNITURE aii4 EFFECTS, including mahogany chiffonier, mahogany boakcase, dining and drawing room suites, handsome Chineseebonized cabinet, handsome walnut cottage piano, water colour, by F. Beswick; oilpaintings, books, tan- talus, iron safe, bedsteads, hair and other mattrasses, feather beds, bolsters, and pillows, mahogany and other chests of drawers, washstands, dressing tables, wardrobe, dressing case, garden seat, four terra- cotta. vases. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock prompt. Catalogues m.W be had on application to the AUCTIONKEILS, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. On MONDAY NEXT, April 17th, 1905. Important Sale of Live and Dead FARMING STOCK at the SHREWSBURY ARMS, Hinder- ton. near Neston, three-quarters-of-a-mile from Neston Station, and three miles from Hooton. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS are M favour-d with instructions fro'n Mr. Taylor Moms to SELL BY AUCTION his SURPLUS STOCK, comprising Horses Strong chesnut Geld- inar, 4 years old, about 16 hands chesnut half-bred gelding, 2 years old; grey hackney mare. 8 years old, about 15 hands, in foal to "Rosaroyd dark grey cob mare, 3 years old roan yearling hackney filly. Ten choice Dairy and Store Cattle, 25 strong young Clun Ewes with lambs at foot. Pigs: Sow with 3 followers, Sow with 10 followers, 3 large white and 1 black in-pig Sows. 3 useful Store Pigs. Four-inch Wheel Cart, set of Cart Gears, well-built Dog Cart, infl about 30 tons of Farmyard Manure. Sale to commence at 1.30 punctually. TUESDAY NEXT, 18th April. 1905. GRAND EASTER PRIZE SHOW AND SALE. AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will hold m their Spial Easter S?le on Tuesday, April 18th, when £ 7. 11);. will be given in Prizes. The entries include- 100 Prime Fat CATTLE (specially fed for this Sale). 500 Ripe Fat SHEEP (principally Cheviot Wethers). 115 Choice Fat Easter LAMBS, and 400 Ripe Fat CALVES and PIGS. Further entries respectfully solicited. Judging at 10.30. Sale at 11 o'clock. TOESDAY NEXT, 18th April. 1905. On the ROODEE. CHESTER. TO THE LICENSED VICTUALLERS OF CHESTER. MESRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS have received instructions from the Chester Race Co., Lid., to LET BY AUCTION on April 18th at 5.30 o'clock p.m., REFRESHMENT BOOTHS on the ROODEE for the May meeting, in tents to be supplied by the contractors. Auction Offices, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. WEDNESDAY NEXT, 19th April, 1905. SPECIAL EASTER PRIZE SHOW AND SALE AT HOOTON SMITHFIELD. MESSRS CUNNAH & ROBERTS will bold iTi. their ?ptcial Sale (Eight Cash Prizes given), including— 45 Prime BEASTS. 150 Ripe Fat SHEEP. 3(1 Choice Fat Easter LAMBS. 00 Fat CALVES and PIGS. Further entries respectfully solicited. Judging at 11.30. Sale at 12.30 o'clock. A uctioneed Offi(R, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. THURSDAY NKXT. 20th April, 1905. CHESTER HORSE FAIR D Y. AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. /J ESSRS. CUN AH and ROBERTS will hold m their usual Monthly Sale of HORSES, CARRIAGES, SADDLERY and HARNESS, commencing with Horses at One o'clock. Entries respectfully solicited and received up to time of Sale. Auction Offices, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. On THUKSDAY, April 27th, 1905. Highly Important Sale of Prize-winning Hunter and Hackney Horses, and Carriage, at OAK BANK. HOOLE, U miles from Chester Station. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS are i?t- favoured with instructions from E. Powell, Esq., to SELL BY AUCTION 10 valuable HUNTERS and HACKNEYS, and an ASTRADA CARRIAGE. Sale to commence at 2.30 prompt. Descriptive catalogues may be obtained at the AUCTlOKJJ:a:as' Offices, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. THURSDAY, 4th May. 1905, at 11 o'clock. AT THE SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. ifJI L ESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will hold l?JL their SECOND SPRING SALE of STORE STOCK and DAIRY CATTLE. Entries respectfully solicited. Auction Offices, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. CONNAH'S QUAY. TO BUILDERS. SPECULATORS, INVESTORS AND OTHERS. Important Sale of valuable Freehold Building Sites and Shop Property, occupying splendid business situations. ril S. ADAMS, F.A.I., will SELL BY PUBLIC I AUCTION at thew'IlCustom House Hotel, Connah's Quay, on TUESDAY, April 18th, 1905, at 6.30 p.m., subject to conditions to be then pro- duced, the undermentioned Freehold BUILDING LAND .— Eight valuable PLOTS, Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, as per plan, situate opposite to the Custom House Hotel, Connah's Quay, each having 16 feet frontage to the Holyhead main road, depth of 140 feet, and each containing 244 square yards or there- abouts, very eligible for the erection of shops, houses, &c in this rapidly developiug neighbour- hood. Two valuable PLOTS near the foregoing, Nos. 16 and 17, as per plan, having frontages to the proposed new road of 19ft. 6in. each. The attractive Block of BUSINESS PREMISES, lately known as the "Prince of Wales," situate at the corner of Dock-road and Main-street, Connah's Quay, with frontage of 29ft. 4in. respectively, in the occupation of Mr. H. Tozer. a capital business situation. For further particulars, and to view plan, apply .L- .L U_=- _L L' 17' Aœ1 "1- I io me .ö.UCluur, at nis Law umtra UOUU oaie Rooms, Chester-street, Mold, or MKSSRH. BOYDELL & TAYLOR, Solicitors, 2. Pepper-street, Chester. FLINTSHIRE. Highly Important Sale of Valuable ATTRACTIVE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. To Close a Trust. MR. T. S. ADAMS, F.A.I., will SELL BY l.' PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Black Lion Hotel, Mold, on WEDNESDAY, April 26th, 1905, at 3-30 p.m.. prompt, subject to the conditions to he then produced, the under-mentioned PROPERTIES- Lot l. -The compact FARM HOLDING, known as "Tryddyn Cottage," Tryddyn. comprising dwelling-house, three-stall stable and cart house, shippou for four oows, piggeries, yard, etc., to- gether with 9a. 2r. 7p. or thereabouts of excellent LAND, in the occupation of Mrs. Sarah Roberts, at the annual rental of JB17. Portions of the land have main-road frontage very suitable for building purposes. Lot 2.—The attractive Freehold and RESIDEN- TIAL and SPORTING ESTATE, known as "Posnett Hall," or "Wern To," Bwlchgwyn, about three miles from Ceed Talon and Coedpoeth Railway Stations respectively, in the occupation of Mr. John Jones, at the annual rental of 280 per annum. The Properly comprises capital twelve-roomed old-fashioned Residence, with entrance hall, ap- proached by carriage sweep through ornamental grounds and finely-wooded plantation, together with workman's cottage and garden at the rear, large yarct, and two ranges of superior and exten- sive outbuildings, consisting of shippons for 25 head of cattle, calf kits. piggeries, ohop and cart houses, large barn, stabling and loose boxes, har- ness room etc. The whole is enclosed by a high stone wall, and contains about five acres. Also 1484 acres or thereabouts of capital Arable, Pas- ture and Wood Lands, including a remarkably good Moor affording noted bags in this magnifi- cent sporbing district. LOT 3.—The Desirable Freehold FARM HOLD- ING, known as Green Lodge." adjoining Lot 2, and comprising a convenient House with ample Outbuildings, Yard, Gardens, and 52 acres or there- abouts of excellent Pasture and Covert, affording cap.tal shooting, at the rental of M. per annum. For further particulars and plans apply to the AUCTIONEER, at his Estate Offices and Sale Rooms, Chester-street, Mold; HENRY SWKTENHAM, Esq., Land Agent and Surveyor, Northgate-street, Chester; Messrs BOYDELL & TAYLOR, Solicitors, Pepper-street, Chester; or to E. BRASSEY, Esq., Solicitor, 9, St. John-street, Chester. SALES BY AUCTION. F On MONDAY NEXT, April 17th, 1905. 1] EASTER PRIZE SALE. AT THE FLINT CATTLE MART. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE will SELL BY AUCTION 300 Head of FAT and STORE STOCK. Sale at 1.30 o'clock prompt. On TUESDAY NEXT, April, 18th 1905. ERMINE CATTLE MART, CHESTER. Sale will commence this day with Calves at 10.30 a.m. EASTER PRIZE SALE. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE will give JL the following prizes:- P, I for the Fat BULLOCK or HEIFER making the highest price. £1 for the Fat COW making the highest price. 91 for the Fat CALF making the highest price. £1 for the pen of two Fat BACON PIGS making the highest price. 10s. for the pen of four Fat SHEEP making the highest price. 10s. for the Fat LAMB making the highest price. Vendors of Calves will oblige by making an effort to have their Calves at the Sale at 10.15 a m. On THURSDAY NEXT. April 20th, 1905. Important Sale of 18 Head of Cattle, 3 Cart Horses, 15 couple of young Fowl, Harness, Dairy Vessels, and the usual Implements of Husbandry, at SHOTWICK, being six miles from Chester. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE have been favoured with instructions from Mr. Evans, to SELL BY AUCTION, without reserve, the whole of his Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, comprising CATTLE.-Younz Blue Barren Cow, Red Cow with calf at foot, two-year-old Heifer with calf at foot, young Roan Cow in full milk, Blue three-year- old Heifer with calf at foot, two-year-old Blue Bullock, White two-year-old Stock Bull, three two- year-old Barren Heifers, five Rearing Heifer Calves, three Reariner Bull Calves. HomFs.-Black Cart Horse, 16 hands, 9 years old Grey Cart Horse, 8 years old, 15t hands Bay Cart Horse, 8 years old, 15i hands (used to all gears and steady workers). POULTRY.—Fifteen couples of young Fowl. HARNESS.—Set of Cart Gears, set of Shandry Harness, pair of Ploughing Traces, set of Chain Gears. Sundry Harness and Head Collars. IMPLEMENTS.—Narrow wheel Lurry, Market Shandry. 4-21-inch-wheel Cart with harvest gearing. new double-cylinder Land Roller, Mowing and Reaping Machine. Digging Plough by "Mealor," Double-shell Plough and Marker, Iron Scuffle, sets of Harrows, Horse Rake with seat, Chaffcutter, Turnip Pulper, Cart Ropes. Pig Troughs, three Ladders, Churn, Buckets, Tubs, and other small Implements. Sale to commence at Two o'clock prompt. On THURSDAY, April 27th, 1905. AT THE DEE BOAT CO.'S BOAT HOUSE, THE GROVES, CHESTER. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE have J. received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, without reserve, Two INDIAN CANOES, and One SAILING BOAT, with Sails complete. Sale to commence at Two o'clock prompt. TO BE LET, at once, READ FARM, HOPE. JL close to two milway stations; good House and 7 acres of Land.—Apply W. H. Nightingale, 4, Newgate-street, Chester. On WEDNESDAY NEXT, at One o'clock. J P. CARTER'S Grand EASTER SALE at < HOOTON. Auction Offices: Newgate Chambers, Chester. WEDNESDAY, April 26th. The very useful assortment of Antique and Modern FURNITURE. OILPAINTINGS. Old CHINA, &c., at No. 2, FRANCIS STREET, CHESTER, will be SOLD BY AUCTION, on the above date, by (1HALLINOR, ROWSON & CHALLINOR, Auctioneers, Cheater, who have received instructions from the representatives of the late Mrs. Peers to conduct the sale. Further particulars in due course. On WEDNESDAY N EXT, April 19. SALE of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, including an American Organ, &c., at 33. SYDNEY-ROAD (off Saughall- road) CHESTER, by order of Mr. McGowen (who is leaving the city). Full particulars on posters. Sale as Two o'clock prompt. JOHN A. LYON, Auctioneer. Offices: 4, Abbey Buildings, St. Werburgh-street and Linen Hall, Chester. HORSES. 850. NEXT WEEK. CREWE HORSE REPOSITORY. HENRY MANLEY & SONS, LTD. JLJL TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY NEXT. 570 Single and Double Harness Horses, Match Pairs, Hunters, prize-winning Show Horsea, Cobs and Ponies, including many noted prize-winners. THURSDAY NEXT, April 20th. 280 Grand Heavy Town, Light Lurry and Parcel Van Horses, Cart Colts and Fillies. Descriptive Catalogues ready, 3d. each. PUBLIC NOTICES. ROYAL SOCIETY PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. CHESTER AND DISTRICT BRANCH. The Public are most earnestly reminded that only by their aid can many Cases of Cruelty be dis- covered, which it would be impossible for the Inspector to find out. Every one, on seeing an act of cruelty committed, should report the case AT ONCE to Inspector HUSTWAYTE, 30, Cambrian-road, Chester, with full details and the name and address of the offender; or the name and address on the vehicle if there be one. It is a rule of the Society that the name of an informant is kept private if desired. COUNTY OF CHESTER. PARISHES of FRODSHAM, FRODSHAM LORDSHIP, NEWTON BY FRODSHAM, HELSBY, ALVANLEY, and DUNHAM-O'- TH'-HILL. ALTERATION in the BOUNDARY of the EDDISBURY PETTY SESSIONAL DIVI- SION by constituting the above-named Parishes into a separate Petty Sessional Division. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a State- Nment, of which the following is a copy, was pursuant to the directions in the Statutes in that behalf laid before the Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, holden at Knutsford, in and for the County of Chester, on Monday, the 3rd day of April, 1905, viz.:— To THE CLKBK OF THE PEACE. We, the undersigned, being Justices of the Peace for the County of Chester, usually acting for the Frodsham Section of the Eddisbury Division of the said County, are strongly of opinion that the said Section should be created a separate Petty Sessional Division for the following reasons :— The Section comprises the Parishes of Frodsham Township, Frodsham Lordship, Newton-by-Frod- sbam, Helsby, Alvanlev, and Dunham-on-the-Hill. These Parishes, according to the last Census, con- tained a population qf 6,434. The population of both the Frodsham Parishes and of Helsby is rapidly increasing. The Wire works at Helsby, and the Stone quarries there have introduced a manufacturing element which is leading to a con- siderable addition to the artizan class of population and the putting in force of the provisions of the Factory Acts and other Statutes relating to mechanical industries. The number of cases dealt with in the Frodsham Court was :-in 1901, 227 in 1902, 288; and in 1903, 253. The Parishes in the Frodsham Section lie along trie ttaiiway ana Alain Koads trom Onester to Liverpool and Warrington, and the Court at Frodsham is the most convenient centre for hearing of cases. Oakmere, Where the Petty Sesaional Gsurt for the whole Division is held, and where alt Licenses under the Intoxicating Liquor Laws are granted and transferred, is 7 miles from Frodsham Station, and still further from Helsby and some other parts of the Section. The only means of access to Oakmere is by a very hilly country road. There are 26 Licensed houses in the Frodsham Section. The Annual Licensing Sessions are adjourned trom Oakmere to Frodsham to deal with these, but all Transfers during the year have to be dealt with at Oakmere, necessitating great loss of time and expense to the various parties concerned in leaving the District where they are known and travelling to one where they are comparative strangers. The question of licences should be dealt with by the Justices having an intimate knowledge of the locality, and not by Justices from distant parts of the County sitting seven miles away. There is a fully equipped Court House and Police Station at Frodsnam, and every facility for conducting the work of a Petty Sessional Division. Dated this 27th day of December, 1904. ALFRED THOMAS. J. J. CROSFIELD. J. MURRAY. G. CROSLAND TAYLOR. JAMES TAYLOR. JOHN OCKLESTON. W. N. HUTCHINGS. SAML. WOODWARD. H. P. MORTIMER. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that such Statement will be taken into consideration at the next ensuing Quarter Sessions at the Peaee, which will be held at Chester Castle in and for the said county on MONDAY, the 26th day of June, 1905. at 11-30 o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 10th day of April, 1905. REGINALD POTTS. Clerk of the Peace for the County of Chester. T. HE UNITED LEGAL INDEMNITY IN- TSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. Head Office: 222-225, Strand. London, W.C. Capital 2100,000. Fullv subscribed 235.000. Departments of Insurance. I Pnal Accident. Bur?I&ry, Housebreaking, and Larceny, Workmen's Compensation, I Third Party (Drivers' I Aocidents), Fidelity Guarantee, -I Motor Car, See., &c. For all particulars apply to MB. G. H. EVANS, Northgate Chambers, Chester. 1776 PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS ) OF THE FOLLOWING OLASSKJ :— I HOUSES TO BE LET, APARTMENTS WANTED, I HOUSES WANTED, APARTMENTS TO BE LET, SITUATIONS WANTED, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, SITUATIONS VACANT, LOST OB FOUND. ARTICLES TO BE SOLD, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, are now inserted in The Cheshire Observer at the following rates:- NOT EXCEEDING TWENTY WORDS— ONE 1NSZRTION I/- Two INSERTIONS 116 THREE INSERTIONS 2/- NOT EXCEEDING THIRTY-FIVE WORDS— ONE INSIMTrolq 1/6 Two INSERTIONS 2/6 THREE INSICRTIONS 31- WANTED. S WANTED. A Respectable Strong GIRL WANTED, age Aabout 18.-Apply to 25, City-road. 2716 WANTED, APPRENTICES to Dressmaking. -Hand & Williams, 33, White Fnars. A Young Lady desires a RE-ENGAGEMENT Aafter Easter as DAILY GOVERNESS, in or near Chester.—Address T 62, "Observer" Office. WANTED, COTTAGE, with Garden, near station. Cheap for cash.—Address P 41, "Observer" Office, Chester. 2649 dGENERAL SERVANT at once, with good Greferences, to sleep in; age about 22.-Apply 32, Chichester-street, Chester. 2630 WANTED, Girl's BICYCLE, good make; r rfect condition, cheap. good make; W perfect condition, cheap.—Maddocks, 32, Upper Northgate-street. 2717 APARTMENTS for two gentlemen &quired. A-Full particulars to V. M, "Observer" Office. 2679 D RESSMAKING.-WANTED, Bodice Hands. Constant employment.—Apply J. Apple- ton, Bridge-street Row. 2658 ANTED, immediately, good HOME for VV healthy Baby Girl, aged 10 months.- Particulars 26, Handbridge, Chester. 2745 fTlAILORING.—WANTED, a DAY MAN, for JL good class trade.—Apply Albert Denson, 6, St. Werburgh-street, Chester. B- 00'1' TRADE.=-Respectble LAD-WANTED. B-Apply Stead and Simpson Ltd., 11, Fore- gate-street. 2730 STRONG Respectable GIRL about 18, for House- work and Plain Cooking sleep in or out.- Apply Tramway Offices, Chester- 2729 WANTED, a strong YOUTH, age about 15 V V years, to look after a few cows and assist in smithy.-Apply Jos. Dean, LeaSmithy, Mollington. GROCERY&IPROVISIONS^—WANTED,a smart IMPROVER. Apply 43, Brook- street. 2731 ARDENER WANTS WORK as Jobbing ~A Gardener, good hand and good references.— W. H.. 29, Edna-street, Hoole, Chester. 2764 T ADY wishes to recommend reliable LAUN- JLJ DRESS, no chemicals used, good dryin ground, lOd. per dozen.—Address Y 46, "Observer" Office. 2763 WAN TED, Superior and Trustworthy v V GENERAL must have good references.— Apply at once, Mrs. Fred. Dutton, Frodsham-street Bakery, Chester. 2726 WANTED, experienced SKIRT HANDS, also Aiyrentices to the Coat and Millinery Workrooms.—Hannon and Gunning, 92, Foregate- street. 2750 GENTLEMAN REQUIRES MIDDLE aged GPERSON as Working-Housekeeper wages, 218 yearly. Strictest references required.-Address R 82, Observer Office. 2722 WANTED, from 30 to 40 acres GRAZING, V V with shedding preferred, within 5 miles of Chester, Hooton. or Birkenhead. -Address K 935, Birchall's Advertising Offices, Liverpool. 2738 EXPERIENCED MACHINISTS for Under- clothing, Aprons, Pinafores, &e. also about 200 respectable Girls to learn the trade.—Apply M. Cramer and Co., Northgate Factory, Chester. A Good COOK DISENGAGED, understands t1. dairy; Cook Generals, Housemaid-Waitress, Hotel Servants, and several good Generals for Chester .—Mrs. Bowden. 20, Pepper-st.. Chester. WANTED, an active, sober, and industrious V V MAN, of good character, as Mineral Water Salesman must understand horses.—Apply, by letter only. stating age, &c., to "Minerals," Observer Office, Chester. 2737 WANTED, eight to ten smart, energetic TV AGENTS to represent the Savings and Investment Banking Corporation of Liverpool.— For terms apply between 7 and 9 evenings, Agency Inspector, 14, Queens-road. Chester 2759 WANTED, in May, for a month (three if comfortable), in or near Chester, large SITTING and Double-bedded ROOMS, in house with large garden. State terms, which mnsf. ho .v moderate, to M 75, "Observer" Office. REQUIRED, COOKS, £18 to £ 30; House- maids, Table-maids, Housemaid-waitresses, Under-housemaids, Kitchen-maids, Laundry-maids, Second Laundry-maid, Bet weens, Generals.- Brown's Registry, 8, White Friars. 2537 H OUSE-TO-HOUSE CANVASSERS WANTED (male and female). Special facilities offered by Manchester firm of manu- facturers (textiles and readymades) selling direct to consumers. Values exceptional. Good commission. Every assistance to reliable energetic repre- sentatives. Chester and district.—Address 058, Observer Office. 2739 A STEADILY' Increasing Income can be Amade by an energetic tactful MAN, who has some time daily at his disposal. The work is quite outside the usual line of canvassing. May be done at the agent's own time, and the many attractive features render it easy to obtain business. Specially good terms.—Address Ream box, office of this journal. 2571 MRS. RED'S REGISTRY, Abbey Buildings, Chester.—WANTED. COOKS (918 to M), Hotel and Season Servants, Footman (under butler, for Chester), Kitchenmaids, Waitresses (£18 to E24), Vessel Cleaners and Housemaids, Help for Farm (must milk), Hall Boy (16). Chambermaids and Waitress (for Isle of Man), Cook (for North Wales, two in family, £ 25, dairy and baking), Use- ful Sewingmaids, Nurses, Mother's Help, Cook- General (two ladies, 918), Hotel Generals, House- maid-Waitresses. 2755 TARVIN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. WANTED, a DRIVER for this Council's VV Steam Roller. Wages 253. a week.— Applications should reach me on or before the 12th May. H. GRANT BAILEY. Clerk to the Council. Crypt Chambers, Chester, 11th April, 1905. MISCELLANEOUS. I. ALLDAY'S— A GKNT.'S MATCHLESS, £ 7 0 0 net cash. LADY'S ENCHANTRESS, 27 10 0 „ „ Lucas' Accessories free with above. THE GOVERNMENT HAS OKDHBED 800 CYCLES FROM MKSSES. ALLDiys. As MORE THAN 50 LEADING MAKERS COMPETED, THIS CONTRACT MEANS AN EXCELLENT TESTI. MONIAL AS TO DESIGN, QUALITY AND REAL VALUE. The Cycles are fitted with free wheel and two rim brakes, bright parts heavily plated, and the re- mainder highly finished in black enamel. The new pattern frame for Lady's Cycles gives ample room for eisy mounting and dismounting. 1 Gent.'s Tricycle, Sparkbrook, in good condition £ 4. 10/- 1 Gent.'s Tricycle, James, do. do. 25. 10/- J. E. BRASSEY & SON, LTD., CHESTER BEAUTIFUL BABY CLOTHES; Set", of 50 articles, exquisitely made. Bargain 21/ Approval.—Mrs. Max, 16, The Chase, Nottingham. WIRE NETTIN G from halfpenny per yard, at TV Wm. Clarke's, Cheese Vat Maker and Repairer, 52 and 56, Frodsham-street, Chester. P LANTS.-Thirty lovely Honeysuckles, Is. 4d. free; Twenty lovely Ivy Plants, Is. free; Fifty Rentebus Primroses. Is. 9d. free.—Mrs. Combley, Rosscarbery, Co. Cork. 2704 ￼ TENNYSON, Horticultural Builder, Crane A • Bank, Chester. Greenhouses, Garden Frames, &c., at the shortest notice. First-class testimonials. Estimates free. 2674 YEADON & SAWYER, Wholesale Bedding JL Manufacturers, Cabinet Makers and Uphol- sters to the Trade. Send for Price Lists of Bedding, now ready. Furniture stored in good Dry Rooms. —Address Eastgate-street, Chester. 2665 LATEST WASHING AND WRINGING JLJ MACHINES. Rollers turned up. All kind of Repairs to Mangles.—Haselden, Wood Turner and Mangle Roller Maker (Works), Delamere-street, Chester. NO RENT. One halfpenny spent on a postcard will save you many pounds. Send card mentioning this paper to Manager, 72, Biahopsgate- street Without, London, E.C., for illustrated booklet, giving particulars as to "How to Live Rent Free." 2570 pHOTOGRAPHIC CAMERAS.-Charles Jt. Sangster. Chemist, Town Hall-square, is now showing the latest patterns in these. Most varied selection in the town. Exceptional value offered. See windows and ask for new illustrated catalogue. Opposite Market. 2748 IF the Baltic Fleet were as good and as reliable JL as our 16/- LEVER WATCHES, they would never be beaten, not even by all the navies in the world. Guaranteed splendid timekeepers, and dust proof. Absolutely non-magnetic. We give with every Watch a written guarantee for 10 years, and also contract to keep it in order for 1/- a year.—Note Address: Rowley's, Cow Lane Bridge, Chester. ￼ 1M P 0 R TAN T WE • P 1 Y c A R R I A G E < ON ALL GENERAL ORDERS IRRESPECTIVE OF AMOUNT, TO ANY PART OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. COOPER & CO., THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS, LIVERPOOL. P.S.-PACKING CASES FREE —— SEND FOR PRICE LIST. P.S.-PACKING CASES FREE SEND FOR PRICE LIST. TO BE LET. WILLIAM E. BROWN, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT SURVEYOR & VALUER, 39, PEPPER STREET, CHESTER. TO BE LET:- 29, Halkyn-road. £ 28. Near Station. 53, Egerton-street; capital House and Shop. 3, Chichester-street. Large House. Union Hall, Foregate-street. Rooms for Storage and Workshops, &c. 86, Gladstone-road. £18. Yard and Building, Garden-lane. 4s. 16, Spital-walk, House with large garden and yard. 6s. 6d. per week. 13, Sumpter-pathway, Hoole. 6s. 6d. weekly. 56, St. Anne s-street. 7s. 43, Queen-street. £23. 3, Newgate-street; several Offices. 47, Egerton-street. £18. 18s. Stocks-lane, Boughton. £30. 39, White Friars. JE48. 18, New-street. House with yard and building. 6s. 6d. 68, Tarvin-road. House and garden. £24. St. Mark's-terraoe, Saltney. 6s. 6d. 59, Hartington-street. 6s. 9d. House at Tarvin Bridge. 7s. 6d. and rate3. BERESFORD ADAMS. J) LICENSED VALUER, LAND, ESTATE & INSURANCE AGENT, 22, NEWGATE-STREET. CHESTER. TO BE LET:- House, Boughton. £20. House, Pretoria-street. Rent 7s. House, St. Martin's Fields. £ 16 and rates. House, Mason-street. 219 10s. Bath (h. and c. water). Two Houses, Newry Park. £28. Offices, Northgate Row. 235 and £28. FOR SALE:- Seven Cottages, Boughton. £ 1,335. House and Garden; suburban. JE475. Two Cottages, Water Tower-view. Price £ 360. One Cottage, Water Tower-view. £ 180. House, Cuppin-street. £ 290. House, Prince's Avenue. "0. House, Hoole-road. £925. Cottage (rent 4s. 3d). Price £130. W AKEFIELD, DODD & THORNELY, VT LAND, ESTATE & INSURANCE AGENTS, 16, CORN EXCHANGE CHAMBERS, CHESTER. TO BE LET:- 74 and 76, Hough Green. 250 15, Crane-street. 8s. weekly. 13, Crane-street. 8s. weekly. Temperance Hotel, Francis-street. 920. 114, Brook-street. £ 24. J WILLIAMS, Estate Agent, Etc., .9, St. Worl.)tirgh-street, has TO LET 40, South-view, Sealand-road. 7s. weekly. Leonard House, Leonard-street. 7s. 6d. weekly. 5, Pickering-street. 6s. 6d. weekly. 55, Parkgate-road. C25 year. 59, Saughall-road. 916 year. 2751 TO LET, Two BOX-STALLS, at the Bars.- TApply P. Cosgrove. 2628 mO BE LET, THE FERRY HOTEL, Abergele- JL road, Foryd, near Rhyl. Apply Chester Northgate Brewery Co., Ltd., Chester. BOARDING HOUSE FOR LADiEST5,Eteile Vue Terrace Bath-street, RhyL-For terms apply Miss Maud Clarke. 2660 C OMFORTABLE APARTMENTS TO LET, for one or two young men; bath. Terms moderate.—Apply 42, Gladstone-road. 2736 ESPECTABLE LODGINGS for one or two men. Moderate terms.—Apply at 10, Albion-street, Chester. 2664 0 NE or Two SHOPS TO LET, east side of Brook-street; good position.—Apply, stating business, to X 50, "Observer" Office. 2735 COMFORTABLE Homely APARTMENTS TO LET, for lady or gentleman no children or other lodgers. Terms moderate.—29, King-street. To LET, 46, FILKIN'S-LANE, BOUGHTON. JL —Apply Mr. J. H. Harrison, 98, Tarvin- road, Chester. 2768 _e. r |U> LET, STABLE (two stalls) and COACH HOU:5E, Nicholas-street Mews. Apply Thompson, Son, and Clemence, 10, Northgate- street. T- 0 LET, 8, MASON-STREET; four bedrooms, JL parlour, kitchen, back kitchen, bath (h. and c.) and w.c. rent £ 19. 10s.-Apply Beresford Adams, Estate Aent, Chester. 2767 HOUSE TO LET, two sitting-rooms, five bed- t rooms, dressing-room, good bath-room and kitchen. Rent, 228.-Apply 20, Vicarage-road, Hoole. 2743 rilO LET, HOUSE, close to Grosvenor Park; JL two reception-rooms, four bedrooms, bath- room. all latest improvements.—Address J 68, Observer" Office. 2754 OMFORTABLE. homely APARTMENTS TO LET; good cooking and attendance. Terms moderate; no children or other lodgers.—20. St. Mark's-terrace, Saltney. 2734 rr?LET, No. 45, HALKYN-ROAD, Hoole; Ttwo entertaining rooms. five bedrooms. bath, etc.; pleasant outlook.—Apply E. Andrews, Incor- porated Accountant, 6, Newgate-street, Chester. COMFORTABLE HOME offered Lady in business prefered close to town, most healthy part of Chester. Terms moderate.—Y 45, Observer Office. 2761 To LET, No. 1, PANTON-ROAD, Hoole; two sitting, four bedrooms, bath (h. and c. water). Rent £ 24. J. H. Cooke, 6, Queen-street, Chester; 2721 SALTNEY, Stone Bridge. TO LET, GROCER'S SHOP and Dwelling-house, in main thoroughfare; fixtures, &c.-Apply to W. Williams, 35, Foregate-street. 2637 jOO —Vacant June 1st, most pleasant and X2t clean HOUSE; all modern conve. niences. Facing Hoole Park.—Apply 36, Panton- road, Hoole. 2703 TO LET, HOUSES, in Belgrave-street (close Tto Station), rent 6s. 3d. per week.-Apply Walter Conway, Chartered Accountant, 8, Old Bank Buildings, Chester. 2641 TO LET, 13, MOSS BANK, Parkgate-road; sitting-room, 2 kitchens, wash-house, 3 bedrooms, bathroom (h. and o. water), garden. Rent J619. 10s.-Apply on the premises 2663 ARVIN BRIDGE CHESTER. Good t HOUSE, with 6 bedrooms.—Apply to Mr. W. E. Brown, Estate Agent, 39, Pepper-street, Chester. 2691 ii OOLE.-C,ood HOUSES TO LET, 7s. and 8s. 6d. per week clear; monthly; modern con- veniences, and clean.-Apply Shone, Watergate- street, Chester. 2618 COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS for two Young Men, four minutes walk from Cross terms 13s. 6d. weekly with board no children.— Address N 33, Observer Office.. 2578 RHYI.PEN-Y.DON BOARDING ESTAB- JH< LISHMENT; facing sea, in own grounds. Billiards. Late dinner. Terms from 30s. inclusive. Miss Strevett. 2741 TO BE LET. TO LET, COTTAGE, 3s. a week.—Apply 44, T Filkins-lane, or 62, Foregate-street. 2757 HOUSE TO LET, 16, Egerton-street, Chester. t t. Rent 7s. clear.—Apply Killon, Coal Ex- change, Chester. 2651 ￼ LORD-STREET, 8s. 6d. per week clear 8, newly decorated. Present occupier leaving the town.—Apply on the premises or No. 6. 2632 CHESTER RACES.—Splendid ACCOMMO- DATION for CHAR-A-BANCS, Traps, CYCLES, etc., Tyeing-up for Horses, during Race Week.—Apply Lion Brewery, Chester. 2753 AT LION BREWERY, Pepper-street.-A few ASTURERUOM6 still TO BE LET; also Workshop, Shoeing Forge, and Stabling.—Apply on the premises. 2752 I IjUBLIC MARKET. TO LET, several XT SHOPS and STALLS, in good positions. Application to be made to the Market Superin- tendent, at the Market.—J. H. DICKSON, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Chester, 10th April, 1905. CHEAPEST HOUSE IN CHESTER.—TO BE V LET (occupation June 25th), HOUSE in Cnichester-street; two sitting and seven bedrooms, bath, &c., good kitchens and garden. Kent £ 30.— Apply Thos. Johns, Northgate-street. r|M) LET, No. 2, RICHMOND PLACE, JL Boughton; pleasantly situated, over-looking the ri ver and meadows, with large garden. Imme- diate possession. Apply Messrs. Barker and Rogerson, 12, White Friars, Chester. f I AO LET, 7, New Crane-street, good FAMILY ThOU6E pleasant outlooK Minton tded hall; parlour, kitchen, back kitchen, four good bed- rooms, bath, h. & c. Rent £17. 8s.—Apply S. Rycroft, 28, Princess-street. 2574 HOUSE TO LET; 4 bedrooms, bathroom (h. and c.), lavacory, etc.; wired through electrio light, large garden, 3 greenhouses. LZ atid taxes. —Apply J. H. Emerson, Builder, 10, Queen's Park View, Chester. 2687 GROCERY AND PROVISION SHOP, with goodwill, fixtures, fittings, etc., about j6200 the lot; doing nice trade. Excellent opportunity for beginner.—Particulars from E. Noel Humphreys, C.A., Old BanR Buildings, Chester. To BE LET, No. 11, HALKYN-ROAD, Chester, three minutes from General Station; two sitting-rooms, five bedrooms; modern con- veniences. Rent £ 26.—Apply Maurice Thomas, 13, Coal Exchango. 2653 COMMERCIAL HALL, Foregate-street and Frodsham^stieet.—ROOMS TO LET, suit- able for workshops or storing furniture. Ground floor 2s. each, 1st tioor Is. 6d. each per week free.— Apply to W. Williams, 35, Foregate-street, Chester. 2766 A Semi-detached VILLA TO LET at Upton Heath. containing two sitting-rooms, kitchen, scullery, pantry, coal-house, wash-house and w.c. in yard, four bedrooms, bathroom, hot and cold water throughout; large garden in front. Also COTTAGE To Let.-Apply G. Austin, Gables, Upton, Chester. 2680 HAWARDEN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO BE LET, for Mowing purposes only, a piece JL of LAND, situated at Dobshill, and measuring about 1 acres.—For further particulars apply to Mr. Fred. Barrett, Inspector of Nuisances, Queen's Ferry. TO BE SOLD. ALLI CART, as good as new.—Apply Col. Evans-Lloyd, Stanley House, Chester. FOR SALE. good Fireproof SAFE, medium size.—Apply 5, Hoole-road, Chester. 2758 AIL CARTS and PERAMBULATORS.— -LVJL New Opening Stock just arrived.—J. E. Newman, Ironmonger, 12, Bridge-street. OR SALE, BATHCHAIR in perfect condition; Fno reasonable offer refused.-Apply 4, Crane- street. 2724 | iROVVN PONY, 12hds., used to children, jL-w quiet in narness ana witn ail tramc. rrice 210 -F. Egginton, Whitby, near Chester. 2740 TO BE SOLD, a CHIP POTATO BUSINESS, in leading thoroughfare in Chester. Low rent. Addre,m C 40. "Observer" Office. 2625 ON SALE, a DOG-CART, in first-class con- dition complete with cushions. Or would arrange to exchange for Cob-size Float.—Address H. Hewitt, Kelsail. WIRE NETTING, BARB WIRE, Fencing VV Wire, also a second hand KITCHEN RANGE and CURD MILL, TO BE SOLD cheap. —Andrew Storrar and Company. Chester. FOR SALE, good Freehold BUILDING FLAND (two plots). at Queen's Ferry suffi. cient for three houses each.—For particulars apply W. D. Simmons, Gwersyllt, near Wrexbam. 2713 npO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, FOUR A COTTAGES Pickermg?treet. and one in Philip-street, Chester.—Apply to A. C. Lockwood, Solicitor, Chester. FOR SALE, one BASS DRUM, two Side FDrums, two Picolos, twelve Fifes; a bargain. Apply Mr. A. McDonald, 24, Chester Terrace, Saltney, Chester. 2749 SPECIAL OFFER.—Excelsior Motor CYCLE, ks M.M.C. Engine about 3-b.p.. also a Royal Enfield Tandem; B6. Apply W. Maher, 34, Bridge-street, Chester. TO BE SOLD, a good 12ft. BOAT, two sets of TSculls suitable for a private lake or for nsh- ing; will carry six persons.—Address X 49, Observer Office. 2728 B" Beeston GREENHOUSE BOILER, suit- B. able to heat a house 30ft. by 10ft. only used few times. Cheap.—A. Tennyson, Horticul- tural Builder, Crane Bank, Chester. 2675 GREAT BARGAIN.-Second-hand PIANO ?JT with walnut case, iron frame, check action; splendid tone and touch; almost new.—R. A. Axtens, 10, White Friars, Chester. rt\0 BE SOLD, Five Freehold COTTAGES, in JL centre of city, in good condition, all tenanted, yielding 13s. per week total. Will be sold cheap, to close.—Address S 43, Observer Office. 2700 FOR SALE, Plot of valuable Freehold BUILD- t ING LAND, situate off Liverpool-road, Cii.ster. -Apply to Emanuel L. Smith, Surveyor, etc., 14, St. Werburgh-street. Chester. 2610 TOOLS for JOINERS and Edge Tools for all JL Trades. Fine steel, careful tempering, highest quality, reduced prices.—Brassey, Iron- monger, Chester. LADIES' DRESS LENGTHS, stylish colour- t J ings. Voiles, Canvas, Crepes, Knop Tweeda, 3/11. Carriage paid. Patterns free.—Bradford Dress Warehouse, Shipley, Bradford. 1959 GARDEN TOOLS of all sorts, a good second Gh,and RoUer, also a La.wn Mower, TO BE SOLD, oheap. Lawn Mowers repaired and sharpened by experienced workmen.—Charles G. Shaw, Ironmonger, Eastgate-street, Chester. PIONEER FURNISHING STOKES, 9 TO 19, BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL. LOWEST PRICES f FOR CASH, OR ON OUR IN THE KINGIL)Oi'W. EASY PAYMENT KINGDOM. I SYSTEM. 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LEY FOR CATTLE. BOLESWORTH CASTLE LEY. Divided, Binto two parts. Mntiful supply of wate? and good shelter; excellent herbage. MAY 12th to, OCTOBER 12th. Yearling Heifers, £1. 10s. Two- year-olds, jB2. 2s.—Address Mr. WOOLLBY, Bolea- worth, Tattenhall. 263& SEASON 1905. STUD CARDS. TASTEFULLY PRINTED. MODERATE PRICES. SEE SPECIMENS AT FHE OBSERVER PRINTING WORKS, THE CROSS, CHESTER. I S. COPPACK & SONS. I WHOLESALE AND RKTAEL GBOGIBS AND PROVISION MiffiOHANTS, I TJaE BARS, 133, FOREGATE ST., UNIONS 3ALL BUILDINGS, & MARKET HALL. HIGH-CLASS English & Foreign Provision Puiza DAIRUH OF CHESHIRE CHEESE. FINEST KIEL & IRISH CREAMERY BUTTERS. A Choice Selection of New Season's Ftwr. TEAS AND COFIVEIRS OF EXCEPTIONAL VALUE. TKLEPHONK 211 & 21 IA. CANADA-FREE GRANTS OF LAND. The ALLAN LINE being under contract with the Government of Canada for conveyance of mails, anyone writing to the Qampany at 19, James. street, Liverpool, or 103, Leadmbail-afereefe, London, will obtain revised handbook, n&aM and latest general information free id cost. uO J +" -I( I!\ HERBERT ELLIS'S CESTRIAN IRONFRAAIED PIANOS. SEND FOR LIST. FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. FROM 10/6 PER MONTH.