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THE CHRISTMAS SHOW. I

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WINES WORTH DRINKING —Since Mr. Gladstone assisted the introduction of light wines by light duties, some change seems to have- taken place in the public taste, if we may judge by the following facts and figures:-In the year 1896 the French imports of wine into this country amounted to 6.756.713 gal'ons. whereas in 1904 they had fallen to 3.714,350 gallons. The imports of Ger- man cheap hocks'and moselles- have also severely Buffered-On the other hand Australia, our own wine growing Colony, has shipped to us in the ten months of this year 172.289 gallons more than in the corresponding ten months of Ta-t year. This is a case of genuine "Colonial preference" Th:s Li a of -(,n!ilne whetro the merit of the art:c',c, -id its suitability to the ?a?te of the consumer command its. pre- ference. The public all go. with one accord. for their nQvelties to please their children to R. Davies and Co., 2G, Bridge-street, Chester. Their value is better than any other Shop or so-called Stores in Chester. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.-Evans's celebra- ted Melton Mowbray Pies and Royal Cambridge Sausages obtainable only at any of Messrs. Thompson, Son and Clemence's Establishments, 10, No rthgate-street, 17, Eastgate-stroet, 16. Foresrabe-stieet,. and 1. Market Hall. Daily supplies.

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