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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. -F- ROYALTY THEATRE. -*— CHESTER. Proprietor: Mil. MILTON BODE. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 24TH, FOR SIX NIGHTS, AND SPECIAL MATINEE, EASTER MONDAY, at 2 P.M. GRAND EASTER PANTOMIME, "RED RIDING HOOD." Special Reduced Prices for School Children. FIFTH ANNUAL QROWN EISTEDDFOD. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL, 24TH, 1905. Under the patronage of the Right Worshipful the Mayor of Chester (Aid. R. Lamb), the Sheriff of Chester (Dr. Mann). His Grace the Duke of Westminster, R. A. Yerburgh, Esq., M.P., J. H. Welsford, Esq., &c., &c. Record entries in Choral, Vocal, Instrumental, &c., Competitions. ARTISTES— MADAME ELEANOR JONES-HUDSON, R.C.M. (The Welsh Nightingale), Miss EDITH RANDLES (Contralto), MR. MALDWYN HUMPHREYS, A.R.A.M. (Renowned Tenor), MR. ELI HUDSON, A.R.C.M. (England's Greatest So'o Flautist). Musical Adjudicator ROLAND ROGERS, Esq., M.D. Presidents:— Afternoon-R. A. YERBURGH, ESQ., M.P. Evening-J. H. WELSFORD, ESQ. Conductor Mit. JOSEPH BENN. GRAND CROWNING CEREMONY by Mrs. WKLSPORD at the Evening Concert. Doors open-Afternoon 1-0 p.m., commence 1-30 p.m. prompt; Evening 6-0 p.m., commence 6-30 p.m. prompt. For prices see large bills. Reserved and West Gallery seats may be booked at Messrs. Phillipson & Golder's. Plan of the Hall at Messrs. Phillipson & Golder's. CHESTER MUSICAL SOCIETY. 22ND SEASON, 1905. THE FIRST SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE MUSIC HALL, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 25TH. AT EIGHT P.M. SIR HUBERT PARRY'S CANTATA "WAR AND PEACE." OVERTURE "1812" Tschaikoicslcy. "DANSE MACABRE" Saint Saens. FULL ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS. Plan and Tickets at Messrs. PHILLIPSON and GOLDER'S. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. MADAME CLARA BUTT, MR. KENNERLEY RUMFORD, MONS. TIVADAR NACHEZ, MR. W. H. SQUIRE, MR. S. LIDDLE, AND GRAND PARTY. FRIDAY, APRIL 28TH, AT 8 O'CLOCK. PRICES :-1/ 2/ 2/6, 3/6, 5/ Plan and Tickets at Messrs. Phillipson & Golder, Eastgate Row. Ticket-holders for Unreserved part will be admitted at 7-15; Ordinary doors, 7-30. HOOTON PARK AND WIRRAL HUNT RACES, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 5TH AND 6TH. ADMISSION—To Course, Is. Stand, 2s. 6d. Reserved Enclosure and Paddock, 10s. each day. Charges for Vehicles on application to the SECRETARY, Hooton Hall, near Chester. GAS COOKERS CAN NOW BE HIRED AT LOW QUARTERLY RENTALS, AND ARE FIXED FREE k Within 40 Feet of Gas Meter. A LARGE SELECTION OF THE VARIOUS SIZES IS ON VIEW, AND INSPECTION IS INVITED. GRILLERS, BOILING BURNERS, GAS WASHING BOILERS. WATER HEATERS, &c., ALSO ON VIEW. The Company undertake ENTIRE MAINTENANCE of INCANDESCENT BURNERS, At an Inclusive Charge of 9D. per Burner per Quarter. NEW PATTERNS of INVERTED and other INCANDESCENT BURNERS can be seen and all particulars obtained at GAS 00.'8 OFFICES AND SHOWROOMS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO I HIS MAJESTY 4M HER THE LATE MAJESTY KING. QUEEN VICTORIA. I BOLLAND'S, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. i WEDDING CAKES, As supplied to H.M. THE KING. Hampers for Point to Point Races. ORDERS NOW BEING BOOKED. EASTER EGGS. EASTER NOVELTIES Bolland a Royal Almond Simnels and Bury Simnels. In all Sizes. Bolland's Celebrated Boxes of Dainty Cakes 3,0, 7/ including postage. TURTLE SOUP, 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. 87. Telegrams: Bolland's, Chester." PUBLIC NOTICES. CHOLMONDELEY PARK. ALL the GATES and DRIVES in this PARK joL will be LOCKED on FRIDAY NEXT (GOOD FRIDAY), and the Public will not be admitted. CHOLJIONDELEY ESTATE OFFICE, April 17th, 1905. A LL SAINTS' C H U R C H-, HOOLE. ORGAN RECITAL BY DR. W. B. BRIERLEY, F.R.C.O., AT 7-30 P.M., WEDNESDAY, 26TH APRIL, 1905. COUNTY OF CHESTER. PARISHES of FRODSHAM, FRODSHAM JLORDSidlP, 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. TV] OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a State- JLl ment, 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 CLERK 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- sham, Helsby, Alvanley, and Dunham-on-the-Hill. These Parishes, according to the last Census, con- tained a population of 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- siderab le addition to the artizan class ot 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 the Railway and Main Roads from Chester to Liverpool and Warrington, and the Court at Frodsham is the most convenient centre for hearing of cases. Oakmere, where the Petty Sessional Court for the whole Division is held, and where all 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 2G Licensed houses in the Frodsham Section. The Annual Licensing Sessions are adjourned iroin 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 Frodsham, 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 ff the Peace, 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. PLEASURE CRUISES. THE DEE STEAM BOAT CO. The above Company is the only one authorised by His Grace the DUKE OF WESTMINSTER, to run their STEAMERS regularly to EATON HALL. THE "ORMONDE" AND "BEND OR" Will run as follows (Sundays excepted) :— am am. am pm pm pm ■ pm pm Chester.dp!'? o!l030 lH?f?l ?2 4?3 ?O'??O EcelestotkF. 9 50:1120 1 1130 Ecclesto.nF.9 S?:1l2111Oi1 50 2 2013 35 4 20 5 20 Iron Bn<lge'10i.?U-i? i I. !5 45 Iron Rr'?. (1.101?114? ? 5 45 EcelestonF.?if'401210,li,i 503 2C 3 35'| 4 ?0:6 10 Chester .arr llSOU 0?1 25!2 403 MJt 2?5 20!7 0 FARES: Chester to Eccleston, 6d. Single; 9d. Return „ Iron Bridge, 8d. Is. Weather and other causes permitting. SPECIAL RUNNINGS FOR BANK HOLIDAY HEWITT'S FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. I PUBLIC NOTICE. -I BRITANNIC* A SSURANCE COMP ANY, I LIMITED Formerly Called BRITISH WORKMAN'S AND GENERAL. CHIBF OFFICES: BROAD STREET CORNER, BIRMINGHAM. ESTABLISHED 1866. EXTRACTS FROM THE DIRECTORS' REPORT, for the year ending December 31st, 1904. LADIES & GENTLEMEN,- Your Directors have again the pleasure of congratulating you on a satisfactory year's work The BALANCE of Receipts over Expenditure exhibits the HANDSOME SURPLUh j; of 2208,464 on the Year's Accounts. ) The PREMIUM INCOME shews an INCREASE of £ 50,000, whilst the INCOI%fi FROM ALL SOURCES shews a net INCREASE of ;257,000. The CLAIMS PAID during the Year amount to £ 411,159, and include the sum of 287,901 paid under Maturing Endowment and Endowment Assurance Policies. At a Special Meeting of the Shareholders held in December last, it was unanimously decided to adopt the name "BRITANNIC" in place of the old name. The Directors have received gratifying evidence of the popularity of the selection from the Policy-Holders, the Staff, and the Public at large. The TOTAL NUMBER of NEW POLICIES issued was 502,827, at a Yearly Premium of 9342,487. The TOTAL AMOUNT paid by the Company to its Assurants up to 31st December, 1904, was £ 4,339,660, FREDK. T. JEFFERSON, Chairman. S. J. PORT, Secretary. APPLICATION FOR AGENCIES INVITED.-Gentlemen able to influence good Business will find the Company's agency terms very remunerative. APPLY LOCAL DISTRICT OFFICE:— 31, PRINCE'S AVENUE, CITY ROAD, CHESTER. F. RUTTER Superintendent. RACE GLASSES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. A good selection of FIELD and MARINE GLASSES kept in stock, including all the leading makers-Zress, Goertz, Ross, Aitchison's, etc., etc. Eyesight accurately tested. and all information given, whether Glasses are ordered or not. H. C. HOUGHTON, B.O.A., EYESIGHT AND SPECTACLE SPECIALIST, LATE MANAGER FOR WOOD, ABRAHAMS, Liverpool and Manchester, 23, EASTGATE ST., CHESTER. Tel. 21Y3. REPAIRS done cheaply and promptly. EDUCATIONAL. THE KING'S SCHOOL, CHESTER. JL Founded 1541. Chairman of Governing Body: THE BISHOP OF CHESTER. Headmaster: THE REV. J. T. DAVIES. M.A. (Late Scholar of Wadham Coll., Oxford). Staff of Five Oxford and Cambridge Graduates and Three Non-Graduates. New Laboratory (Physical and Chemical). Art Master: Mr. W. SCHRODER. The JUNIOR DEPARTMENT will shortly be re- organised and placed under the special charge of the Rev. J. R. FULLER, M.A. FEES: For Boys under 14 years of age, E4. 4s. per Term. „ over 95.5s. The School has valuable leaving Exhibitions to the Universities (£60 per annum). This year's distinctions include an Open Exhibi- tion at Selwyn College, Cambridge, and (for the 11th year in succession) the Centre (Junior) Prize in the Cambridge Local Examination. In Mathe- matics the K.S. gained 5th, 6th, 10th and 21st places out of over 5,000 candidates. NEXT TERM begins MAY 1st. The HEADMASTICR will see parents at the School on SATURDAY, April 29th, between 11 and 12. Full Prospectus from Clerk, Mr. F. B. MASON, Solicitor, St. Werburgh-street. Chester. TECHNICAL DAY SCHOOL, GROSVENOR MUSEUM. FEES: £1. 13s. 4d. per term. The School RE-OPENS on 1st MAY, 1905. Prospectuses and full information may be obtained from the Head Master, Mr. JOHN A. MCMICHAEL, B.A. B.Sc.; or JOHN DODD. Clerk to Governing Body. 16, Corn Exchange Chambers. CHESTER SCHOOL OF ART, I GROSVENOR MUSEUM. HEADMASTER: W. G. SCHRODER. THE SCHOOL RE-OPENS ON 1ST MAY, 1905. The Course of Instruction includes, in addition to the ordinary Art Subjects, Classes in Drawing and Painting, from the Costume Model. Drawing and Paintino-, from Living Animals. Sketching, from Nature, Landscape. Practical Class for Painters & Decorators. TEACHER: MR. R. J. ELLIS. Embroidery and Art Needlework. TEACHER: Miss M. E. HUXLEY. Woodcarving. TEACHER: MR. C. R. WARREN. Further particulars may be obtained from JOHN DODD. Clerk to Governing Body. 16, Corn Exchange Chambers. MR. BRUNO, Teacher of Banje, Guitar, JJtjL Mandoline, Mandola; also Violin and Viola for orchestral playing.—Studio, 7, Eastgate Walls, Chester. Terms: Ten lessons from 10s. 6d. Home lessons by arrangement. 2647 I EDUCATIONAL. ARNOLD HOUSE SCHOOL, -OL CHESTER. REV. A. H. FISH, B.A., B.Sc., and Staff, whose University qualifications include Honours in Mathematics, Natural Science, History, and Modern Languages. The School is recognised and inspected by the Board of Education. The course of instruction is arranged to give under healthy and pleasant conditions a good, general education to boys of from 9 to 18 years of age. NEXT TERM MAY 4TH. THE ELMS, FLOOKERSBROOK, JL CHESTER. Preparatory and finishing SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Successful in 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. QTONE VILLA. HOOLE, CHESTER. O DAY SCHOOL for GIRLS. Successful in Cambridge Exams., and Trinity College. Music, French Teacher resident. Colloquial French taught Miss MORCOM will RESUME duties MAY 4th 1905. 2797 CITY & COUNTY BOROUGH OF CHESTER. EDUCATION COMMITTEE. UNCERTIFICATED & SUPPLEMENTARY TEACHERS. Classes will Re-open on MONDAY. May 1st, at the College School and St. Paul's School. Boughton. Fee: Uncertificated Teachers, £ 1. 6s. 8d. per Term; Supplementary Teachers, 91 per Term. Three Terms a year. Pupils admitted both from City and County Areas. Information to be obtained from the Superintendent Masters of the Centres, and from A. E. LOVELL, Director of Education. Fducation Offices, Ð2, Northgate-street, Chester, 6th April, 1905. CITY & COUNTY BOROUGH OF CHESTER. EDUCATION COMMITTEE. PUPIL TEACHERS.-l. ADMISSION JL EXAMINATION JUNE 20th, 21st and 22nd, 1905. Also for Scholarships; free instruction in the City and County School for Girls. Roodee, and Technical School for Boys, Grosvenor Museum, for one or two years according to age, in preparation for Pupil Teachership. Entries not later than MAY 1st proximo. Candidates for Scholarships for one year must be between 15 and 16 years of age, and Candidates for Scholarships of two years between 14 and 15 years of age on August 1st next. Candidates for Pupil Teachership who have not already made applica- tion must be not less than 16 years of age at the same date. Regulations, syllabuses, and forms of application to be obtained from A. E. LOVELL, Secretary to the Committee. 4 Education Offices, Northgate-street, > Chester, 7th April, 1905. TEL. 84 & 84A. Proprietor: G. BARNES. QITY MEWS & CARRIAGE WORKS. The above Firm are now in a position to cater for FUNERALS throughout in the most modern style, having aug- mented their stock with Superior Rubber-tyred Funeral Cars, Rubber-tvred Broughams, and Black Belgian Horses also WEDDING CARRIAGES, Brakes. 'Buses, Cliar-a-Bancs, Laundaus, Dog: carts, &c. COACH BUILDING in all its branches. MOTOR REPAIRS neatly and promptly executed. NOTE THE ADDRESS CITY ROAD, CHESTER I I. RICHARD JONES AND COMPANY, LIMITED. EASTER NOVELTIES. SPECIAL SHOWS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. RICHARD JONES & CO. LTD. EASTGATE STREET, CHESTER. W. T. WILLIAMS', 33, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER, are fully prepared with a large and varied stock of the NEWEST gTYLES QBTAINABLE FOR THE SEASON. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S COSTUMES, JACKETS, DRESS SKIRTS IN VOILES, TWEEDS, CLOTHS, &c., UNDERSKIRTS. BLOUSES IN GREAT VARIETY. MILLINERY! MILLINERY! MILLINERY !—A Great Variety of READY TO-WEAR HATS. Also UNTRIMMED HATS in Endless Variety. THE CHOICEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. GARNETT & SON, CIEE5». MAKERS. SEE OUR WINDOWS. NEXT WEEK 5 } kQjlT. TVJ YITJ P) n Vji A V1P 11H/ kQj WE ARE SHOWING ) SII)EI30APcl[)kS* (SECOND WEEK). BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. .s THE SECOND MUSIC SHOP FROM THE CROSS. ??"?? ￼ TELEPHONE .?-? V \> ?-?\? ???"? Y j ￼ PIANOS. \?\ ?\? ￼ ￼ ?? ???'?? PIANOLAS, ￼ ?"? ORGANS, HARMONIUMS, ???""MUSIC, STRINGS, TUNING. SOLE AGENT FOR- STEIN WAY AND BLUTHNER. I 51,370 ON A 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, Gent's- L6 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 13/3 Monthly. I bright parts heavily plated. (The machine is delivered after the Deposit is paid). I 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 ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF CYCLES UP TO £ 25, POST FREE. J. E. BRASSEY & SON, LTD. Agents, CHESTE-R THE í D" BOOT, 10/6, "T J. H. DUNNING i l IlFj I AS SOLD BY 6 0 88, BROOK STREET, CHESTER. TELEPHONE 222. ESTABLISHED 1815. SPECTACLES ? ￼ EYEGLASSESI F£ OR ALL SIGHTS, JEYEOrLW A. iSSES/ AT ALL PRICES. Greatest care and attention in Suiting. FIELD & OPERA GLASSES, BAROMETERS, &C. J. D. SIDDALL, OPTICIAN TO THE INFIRMARY THE CROSS, 4, BRIDGE ST., CHESTER. UMBRELLAS & Walking- Sticks. LANTERNS AND SLIDES ON SALE OR HIRE. OX\ GEN ALWAYS IN STOCK. REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. T. G. BURRELL, Union Hall Buildings, FOREGATE ST., CHESTER, NOTED FOR BABY OUTFITS FROM HEAD TO TOE. INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S NEW HATS AND BONNETS In Silks, Cashmere and Fancy Materials. Latest Pretty Styles. PELISSES In all the Prettiest and most Dainty Novelties, from 4/11 to 15/11. j INFANTS' AND GIRLS' WHITE MUSLIN PINAFORES, Magnificent Selection, from 4^d. upwards, accor- ding to size and quality. INFANTS' WHITE MUSLIN ROBES, From 2s. lid. WE INVITE You TO COME AND INSPECT THE QUALITY AND PRICES OF OUR GOODS. T. G. BURRELL. J. OKELL & SONS I N orthgate St., Chester, ARE NOW SHOWING THE LATEST FASHIONS IN MILLINERY FOR EARLY SPRING & EASTER WEAR, At Very Special Prices. CHARMING NEW TOQUES, In AZURE STRAW and TULLE, at 4/6 to 12/6. CHIFFON TOQUES, 7.11 to 21, each. SMART "KNOCKABOUT" HATS, FOR HARD WEAR, In NATURAL or BURNT STRAW, trimmed BLACK, BROWN, SKY-RESEDA, NAVY, etc. Prices from 2/11 to 7/6. Fancy STRAW BONNETS, 12/6 to 21, NOVELTIES IN BLOUSES, LACES, OUTFITTING TSAAC WILLIAMS & SON, REG ISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS & GAS FITTERS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. PLUMBERS' BRASS WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, &c. Glass in all Qualities and Patterns kept in Stock. TELEPHONE No. 141. EDGAR DUTTON & SONS, Complete Funeral Furnishers AND CARRIAGE PROPRIETORS, 30, Frodsham-street, Chester. E. D. & SONS, having the Largest Stock of Belgian Horses, Superior Glass and Closed Hearses. Piivate Broughams and Coaches are prepared to Supply Funerals cheaper than any jther shop in the City. E. D. & SONS take the ENTIRE MANAGE- MENT OF FUNERALS in Town or Country with due regard to economy and taste. Infant's Funeral, with a Pair Horse Coach, Coffin and Grave, from 24s. To the Poor or Benevolent, a good Coffin, Schillibeer and Grave complete, 38s. SOLE AGENTS FOR PATENT METALLIC COFFINS. (The trade supplied). Superior WEDDING CARRIAGES for hire, kept only for Weddings, at moderate charges. PRIVATE ADDRESSES 12, UNION WALK, adjoining Stables; and WELLFIELD HOUSE, NEWTON, 1.000 Ti ATS KILLED. RODTNE RAT POISON KILLS ON THE SPOT Leaves no smell Mr. G R. Bb.OVTN- writes-.— "Rodinehad excellent, results. It killed Thousands o Bats." Dogs and Cats don't ea.t, it. RATS LIKE IT, EAT IT, & DIE. PRICE—5d., Is., 3S., 5.5.; Post 2d. T. HAKLSY, Chemist, Perth. AGENTS-Cheers & Hopley, Chemists, Chester. FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. APPLETON'S MILLINEBY. I NEWEST SHAPES. LATEST STYLES, GREATj. VARIETY. Appleton'S COATS, SKIRTS, COSTUMES. NEWEST MATERIALS, PERFECT IFITTING, MODSBATE PRICES. A.PPLETON'S BLOUSES and Blouse Materials In all the LATEST PRODUCTIONS for Spring and Summer Wear. APPLETON'S LACE COLLARS, STOLES, 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 W ork and Economy in Price. A Speciality. APPLETON'S BRIDGE ST. ROW, CHESTER. JJOLAND DÅWON 54 & 56, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER, AKD 1 & 2. WHITE HORSE YARD, PAWNBROKER, JEWELLER & CLOTHIER. DEALER IN FURNITURE, JEWELLERY, SILVER AND ELECTBO-PLATED GOODS, PIANOS, FuRS, CARPETS, BASSINETTES, fee. C&sh Advanced to any amount on any of the above rdase of Goods 10 "J /—Very handsome Parlour ?c-p,io. 1- SUITE, upholstered in verv fine qulity chenille saddlebags and solid walnut frames, comprising couch, pair of easies and four small chairs, on castors; padded and carved backs, thoroughly well made and hnisaed, m solid walnut. Well worth double. • I £ £ _WaInuc inlaid OVAL TABLE, four- claw stand, polished walnut and beauti- tully inlaid. As good as new On castors. 1 ? /?—La.r?e siæ solid Steel FIRE-STOOL, JL?? ?? brass rail and brass handles. *-? ?/—Tbe very best make in KITCHEN U 60FAS; solid wood bottom, carved back, covered in Crockett's leather cloth, polished walnut. -OQ Q/—Full size FEATHER BED, t?-??t? ?t ?/ Bolster and Two Pillows pure linen ticks, bordered and welted. Guaranteed puritied feathers. ~1 ^7 j £ ? —Very fine Dining-room <??* JL</? SIDEBOARD, in solid v.alnut, not veneered, very high bevelled plate- glass back, fitted with carved pillars and shelves. very strong and well-tnaie, beautifully carved front, open centre, two cupboards and two drawers, fitted with cellarette, panelled ends. Guaranteed thoroughly seasoned. 2/6 '1'0 8/6 EACH—Quantity of real pure White mil Iceland Sheepskin BASSINETTE and MAILCART RUGS. Latest patterns. M6- Very handsome Pair of solid Dark Walnut BEDROOM TABLES; dressing. chest, with large dressing-glass and two small mirrors over, jewel drawers and four large drawers Washstand, with marble slab, double row tiled back, and shaving mirror, towel rail, chamber cupboard and two chairs, complete. £2 51-Real Wicker MAILCART. painted light biscuit colour, hood. &c two positions. Very light and easv- running. I—Another very serviceable MAILCART. *30/ I?ht green colour, upholstered in leather; cushions, &c.. complete. Very strong. CJC^/—The lot, complete. Full size strong OOi IRON ? BEDSTEADS, pair of good quality wheaten straw Mattresses and wool flock Bed, Bolster, and Two Pillows. r*t> ?/ ?- ?' and ?2. 12/C—Best í A!) /< <?*'?? ? ?/ make in WRINGING and MANGLING MACHINES strong iron frames, patent splashboards, top screw, hard- wood sycamore rollers. Guaranteed and replaced if faulty. n (ft A?D 25 DRESSIXG-CHESTS OF DRAWERS, 3ft. and 3ft. Gin. wide. polished walnut, birch or mahogany. Well- made and seasoned. 0~J /—Very handsome Pair of Hand-painted ?J-/ VASES, stand 18ins. high. jL*/t — bargain. Pair of handsome BED- -EJ ROOM TABLES Dressing-chest, with large bevelled dressing-glass and small drawers over, jewel drawers, four large drawers Wasb- stand, with marble slab, double row tiled back, towel rail, and chamber cupboard. The lot thoroughly well made and seasoned. Polished walnut. i "J /—Exceptional bargain. Verv <X??< JL?/ large roomy DIY A CHAIR, upholstered in fine velvet saddlebags, stuff over back and arms, spring seat, strong frame. Nearly new. 4)4) /•—Very pretty second-hand BAMBOO 0\ ERMANTEL; bevelled centre- piece, side shelves and pillars, new design. WE FURNISH FOR CASH OR HIRE SYSTEM. CHEAPEST HOUSE IN CHESTER FOR NEW fc SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. TIAIB, COMISTJTGS MADE UP. 2 PER OZ. COVERLETTE I TAn OF I FROM EAIR FRAMES, PURE }- 16 From 8/6 each. HAIR, j ?/6 T. SEALES BROWN, 3. LEECE-ST. (CAR STATION), LIVERPOOL. DENSONS' GRAND EASTER SHOW. IN THE MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Will be found the LATEST MODELS as shown in PARIS. Wonderful Variety in smart READY-TO-WEAR HATS. THE NEWEST UNTRIMMED HATS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, ORNAMENTS, &c. DENSONS' GRAND EASTER SHOW. SPRING DRESS GOODS SHOULD BE SELECTED WHILE THE STOCK IS AT ITS BEST. ¡ Shelves and Counters literally laden with Winsome Weaves. I' ¡ ALL SHADES. ALL PRICES. ALL MATERIALS. ( DENSONS' GRAND EASTER SHOW. READY-MADE COSTUMES, BLOUSES AND SKIRTS, OUR NEW DESIGNS REPRESENT THE LAST WORD OF FASHION. Nothing Newer Anywhere. We add New Creations as they appear. I DENSONS' GRAND EASTER SHOW. THE LATEST PRODUCTIONS IN PRINTED COTTON. VOILES, DELAINETTES, EMBROIDERED LINENiS. And COTTON WASHING FABRICS of Every Description. WRITE FOR PATTERNS. DENSONS, NOR-T GATE- R-OW, C E-STER-, ASTON'S NEW DESIGNS IN MAILCARTS ASTON'S SPECIALLY LOW PRICES. 14, WATERGATE STREET, CHESTER. & H