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PUBLIC AN NOUNCEMEN TS. ]> O YALT Y RPHE AT RE, ]-)!OY-:VLT-L C H E '-r E R MONDAY NEXT, Surf. 10th, 1900, for Six Nights only— THE DO M ES TIC D R A M A, Two Lit tie Drummer Boys. Two Little Drummer Boys. j Two Little Drummer Boys. MONDAY, SKI-T. 17th, lui)i;, for Six Nights and One Matinee— THE SUCCESSFUL MUSICAL COMEDY, THE CINGALEE. Full Chorus and Augmented Orchestra. SEATS CAN NOW BE BOOKED. DANCING. THE NEWGATE QUADRILLE PARTY'S DANCING CLASS will commence WED. NESDAY, September 2Gth, in the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEWGATE STREET. Dancing, 8 to lO-SO. Marchant's Band. 'l'JCK¡';TS :-l..ady's, Gi.; Gent.'s, GiG. 13g5 DANCING. nriHE CESTRIAN QUADRILLE PARTY'S i DANCING CLASS will commence another Season at the HOLBOKN ROOMS. FOKEGATH-STRKRT, on THURSDAY, OthSeptember, 1900, with a CINDERELLA. Dancing from 8 to 12 p.m. Tickets 1;- each. Members free. Benyon's Band LOG ROLLING ON THE RIVER DEE, from White House to Suspension Bridge, ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON NEXT. SKKTKMISEU 12TH, ABOUT 3 O'CLOCK. TOM BARTON (CHAMPION LOG ROLLER OF THE WORLD) Will by Special Request repeat his .Marvellous and Popular Entertainment, ox A LOG COMPOSED OF BOVRIL TINS. P A It O N OMNIBUSES & BRAKES DaiJy from 0 NAG'S HEAD COCOA HOUSE at 10 a. m., 2-30 p.m., 4-45, 7-15 (8 o'clock on Saturdays). Return from FARNDON 8 a.m., 9-30 am., 12 aoon, 5-15 p.m. CHAS. GAUTERIN, Proprietor. TSJ EWGATE STREET ASSEMBLY ROOMS. TO BE LET FOR BAZAARS, CONCERTS, DANCES, AT HOMES. For all Information and Terms, apply to J. W. HENDERSON, House Agent, 35, Bridge-street Row. TATTENHALL DAIRY SHOW. THE CHAMPION PRIZE CHEESE, WINNER OF THE FARMERS' OPEN COM- PETITION, THE SILVER CHALLENGE CUP (tor the best Cheese in the Show), and Special Prize, WAS PURCHASED BY A. W. ASTON, Family Grocer and Provision Merchant TATTKNFIALL. TOCKTKKU WITH TEX OTHER NOTED DAIRIES, and are Now on Sale at his Establishment only. YOU SHOULD USE A GAS COOKER. I STLDY VOLT. COMFORT >t SECURE ?l l I ,C Ur ,L? LESS WORK, A COOL KITCHEN, ECONOMY IX COOKIXGr. NO CHARGE FOR FIXING UP TO 40 FJSKT PIPIXG From j per Quarter HIRE. INCANDESCENT GAS LIGHTING, FOH CHEAPNESS and BRILLIANCE, IS INCOMPARABLE FOR SHOP LIGHTING. GAS ENGINES, Supplied FIXED FREE, on the HIRE PURCHASE SYSTEM. Further particulars can be obtained, and GAS APPARATUS of every description seen at the GAS OFFICES & SHOWROOMS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. j Q-LASSES THAT MAGNIFY -? N-.ayn&tbowhatyourfqui'e. In 11 it is very u likely that you wm need powerful Imses. Yet tbis is all the ordinary pectacJe dealer ecei neces- sary, and this is why so many eyes are ruined. There are so many things to be cot side-red when selecting Lenses to c orrect defective sight, that it is wise in the interest of your own safety to consult a competent Optulogist onlv. H. C. HOUGHTON, B.O.A. (OPTO LOGIST). EYESIGHT and SPECTACLE SPECIALIST, La'e Manager for WOOD, ABRAHAMS, Liverpool and Manchester. 23, EASTGATE-STREET, CHESTER. Tel. No. 21Y3. No agents or travelling representatives employed. All Repairs done on the Premises, cheaply S- promptly. REMOVALS. ALLAN MORRIS & Co. 15, GODSTALL CHAMBERS (LATE 5, ST. WERBURGH'S MOUNT), CHESTER. LOWEST RATES. EXPERIENCED PACKERS. ESTIMATES FRRE. TKL. 204. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. ST. WERBURGH'S, GROSVENOR PARK ROAD, CHESTER. A BAZAARJ WILL SHORTLY BE HELD, With the object of Completing this Building. PRESENTS FOR THE BAZAAR Will be Thcinkfully received at the above PRESBYTERY or at DEE HOUSE CONVENT. CHESTER FARMERS' CLUB ANNUAL EOAL SHOW SEPTEMBER 22ND, 190C, IN THE LINEN HALL. SCHEDULES and Entry Forms now ready. Apply R. S. LINNELL, Secretary, Grosvenor I Chambers, Cheater. !!■ It'llMW1IH! MM ||||' I'llHUmHi III PUBLIC NOTICES. ->" ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH, CHESTER. A SERMON will be preached in the above Church, on SUNDAY MORNING NEXT, BY THE Right Rev. the LORD BISHOP. Service at 10-45 a. m. PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL, GEORGE ST., CHESTER. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES SUNDA Y, SEPTEMBER 1GTH. REV. JAMES TRAVIS will preach. Morning, 10-45 Evening, G-30. A Children's Service will be held in the afternoon at 2-30. Address by Mr. A. E. GOODMAN. Chair- JJlan: Councillor Win, Vernon, who will present the prizes to the scholars. Tuesday Evening, Sept. 18th, at 7.30, PUBLIC MKRTING, Chairman: Mr. Chas. Hibbert, Speaker: Rev. James Travis, supported by Revs. J. Dickinson and S. Parlow. Collections at each service in aid of school funds. 1124 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 1.?) PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between us, the Undersigned HART DAVIES, THOMAS HART DAVIES and ALFRED DAVIES, carrying on Business as Tailors, H atters, Hosiers and Outfitters, at No. 26, Eastgate How, in the City of Chester, under the style or firm of "Hart Da vies & Sons," has been DISSOLVED as and from the 1st day of December, 1905. All Trade Debts due to and owing by the late Firm will be recei ved and paid by the said HART DAVIES and ALPRED DAVIES, who for the future will carry on the Business on their own account at No. 26, Eastgate Row, aforesaid, under the style or Firm of "Hart Davies & Son." Dated this 30th day of August, 1905. Witness lo the Signa- turesof Hart Davies/(Sd.) HART DAVIES and Alfred Da ViC5- G H. REYHOMM, (Sd,) ALFRED DAVIESI 8olicitor, Chester.) Witness to the Signa-y tureof the said Thos. ( Sig?noSi. -?(Sd.) T. HART DAVIES GEO. DAV!SOX. ? SoHcitcr, Chester. J ltor, DRAW in aid of W. Cox POST- i-? PONED t:M SEPTEMBER 22nd. return Duplicates and Unsold Tickets. 1105 TELKPIIONE 0613. I J. T. MILNE, BRIDGE INN, TARVIN nOAD, CHESTER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. _n -="> ALE & STOUT BOTTLER. BASS'S PALE ALE, PINTS. 2/-PERDoZEN. GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT, PINTS I/io PINTS (SCREW STOPPERS). BASS'S PALE ALE 3/6 PER DOZEN. GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT 3,3 „ BIRKENHEAD BREWERY CO'S DINNER ALE 2/6. I FAMILY ALES, M 6, 9 & 18 GALLON CASK3, FROM 1/- PER GALLON. ANANAS! ANANAS BUY DIRECT FROM THE IMPORTERS' WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE- JAMAICA HOUSE, 18. FRODSHAM STREET, CHESTER. • HEWITT'S FOR BY ROYAL WARRANT 1*0 HER LATE The Kiii-r. Majesty Queen Victoria. The Kiun-. 1\K' Q "{T' t BOLLAND'S RESTAURANT AND CAFE, EASTGATE ROW & EASTGATE-ST: CHESTER. WEDDING C AXES, AS SUPPLIED TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING. WEDDING RECEPTIONS, GARDEN, RIYEIl AND PICNIC PARTIES. ICES, made from fresh Fruit. LEMON ADE, made from fresh Lemons. r,,ESTAURAN'L.-Tal)le   i nts, Grill. RESTAURANT.—TaMe d'Hute and a la Carte. Soups, Fish, Entrees, Joints, Grill. LADIES' AFTERNOON TEA ROOM. CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM.-AVines, Spirits, Liqueurs, Coffee. BOLLAND'S Celebrated DAINTY CAKES, 3 6 & 7/- per Box, post free. IN PRETTY FANCY TIN BOXES, 4/6, POST FREE. BOLLAND'S Celebrated CESTRIAN PASTE, 1/6 per Pot. HIRE OF PLATE, GLASS, CHINA; WAITERS. ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED AND DESPATCHED BY FIRST TRAIN OR POST AS REQUIRED. PRICE LIST AND WINE LIST FREE BY POST ON APPLICATION. :P, BOILAN-D,& SONS, LTD. TELEPHONE: No. 37. TELEGRAMS: "BOLLAXD'S, CitESTFR." During SEPTEMBER we shall be SHOWING AUTUMN FASHIONS, INCLUDING FURS, COSTUMES, MANTLES, AND MILLINERY.  PUR COATS ?1 ?e ? prominent fetl11!'e. (' '••• ? j CARACUL COATS at 89/6, guineas, 3 guineas, 6 guineas, 7 guineas, 9 guineas. CARACCI, PALETOTS, trinmell Mink and Sable, up to iy guineas each. MOLE SQUIRREL COATS, 4 guineas, 5 guineas, 5 guineas, 7 guineas, &c. SABLE SQUIIiREL COATS, from 14 guineas to 28 guineas. SABLE EURS, in Russian and Hudson Bay Cellars, Stoles, Tliro\vovers and Muffs. GREY FUKS will b3 a great Fashion this Season. Large assortment in Fox, Squirrel, Opossum, Ac., etc. CHIFEOX VELVET GOWNS in nil Colors, lined Silk, from 9^ guineas each. COSTUMES IN NEW STYLE S, Tweed Skirts in great variety, I Tweed Overcoats for Travelling nml Motoring, Golf Jerseys, &c. I SMAltT AUTUMN HATS, MOTOR CAPS, &c. Ladies own Furs Cleaned and Remodelled to present Fashion. ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION. JOSEPH BECKETT & CO., CHESTER.. T. G. BURRELL'S j SEPTEMBER DELIVERY OF NEW • j AUTUMN GOODS. J NEW CARACUL COATS, j Tweed JACKETS and COSTUMES, I NEW MILLINERY, I FUR NECKLETS & DRESS SKIRTS. SPECIAL PURCHASE of the Celebrated LASTILE SKIRTS, in Vicuna, Twefds'l Cloth Ser?e. &e., 6/11, 8/11, 10'C, 13/G. M?do of Superior Cloth, and by expert British workers. Extraordinary Value in Ladies' WOVEN SPENCERS, 1/3. Ladies' WOVEN VESTS, short and long Children's WOVEN COMBINATIONS, illd., 1/0|, 1/2, 1/44, 1/(5. Grand Value in Superior Quality MOREEN SKIRTS, in all the leading Shades, trom 1/114 to 12/C>. NEW STOCK of CHILDREN'S FROCKS, PINAFORES. COATS, PELISSES, HATS and BONNETS. New Stock of Latest DRESS MATERIALS. Black and Navy SERGE COATINGS, all wool, T. G. BURRELL, Union Hall Building's, Chester. JOHN pOWER & gON'S Old Irish Pot Still Whisky, 10 YEARS OLD. 42/- PER DOZ. GEORGE BARLOW, THE OLD WINE VAULTS," BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. SCHOOL OUTFITS. Boys' UNSHRINKABLE FLANNEL SHIRTS, Boys' WHITE SHIRTS, in all sixes. Boys' NIGHT SHIRTS and PYJAMA SUITS. Boys' VESTS and DRAWERS, SCHOOL HUGS & DRESSING GOWNS Boys' KNICKERBOCKER HOSE, SCARFS, COLLARS, HANDKERCHIEFS, BRACES, GLOVES, &c. UMBRELLAS in Largj Variety and All Prices. I. -E..EWEN'S, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. LADIES TAILORING. ALEXANDER BEE, 10, PEPPER ST. CHESTKP, Is now Showm n. CllOiee Selection of NEW CLOTHS AND STYLES for AUTUMN and WINTER SEASON. COSTUMES, COATS, IvIDING HABITS, &c. }\; t COATS CLEANED & RE-MODELED. A FIRST-CLASS TWEED COSTUME, MADE TO ORDER FOR 45/ NOTE ADDRESS: 10, PEPPER ST., CHESTER. R. J. & II. ELLIS, PLAIN AND DECORATIVE HOUSE PAINTERS, CHURCH DECORATORS, GILDERS, Sign Writers, Paperhangers. Office: 64, FOREGATE ST, CHESTER ESTABLISHED 1859. Tel. 2GY1. SCHOOL BOOTS.  ELECTRICAL EXHIBITION RICHARD JONES & CO. LTD. HAVE EXHIBITION FURNISHED ROOMS. R. J. & Co. also Invite Inspection of their FURNISHED ROOMS in their Showrooms. ESTIMATES FOR COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSES, GIVEN I REE. RICHARD JONES & CO., LTD. BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. The CYC"[YG EDITOR of" TilE "An}?" SC:)jf; .4(!er s;)Jne mantln" use! of the I consider it ofimmeusr. assistance RALEIGH CYCLES, Fitted with the THREE-SPEED GEAR, have oTEater Advantages and are I mudl to be preferred to any UV ;-S:>eed. THE PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED, AND IS NOW- WITH TOP-TUBE CONTROL, ,£2. 2/- EX_THA. "HANDLE-BATI. H) í! RALEIGH VICTORS AND JUVENILES FROM JP5 5 N RALEIGH GAZELLES t IT n S TAN D A I D R A LEIGH S 880 F I H S T G R A DEl tAL E I G H S 30 10 0 THREE-SPEED RALEIGHS (SPECIAL) PI ]1 Q I '.a!ü _H, .lu ;:) \'l. L ¡.oo J.. ( CO'IPI VI" \L'" l T Q Acn'ORlF' I COMPLETE WITH LUCAS ACCESSORIES. J. E. BBASSEY & S0N LTD., CHESTER.   I I HA -vE S' ALE. I C H E R E Ii Tit ? -U.. NORTHGATE BREWERY COMPANY'S PRIME CHESTER ALES, l\l _l f\L -1 In 41 9, 189 86 Gallon Casks. Jc¡ J "c. U "v T.L J 'L. ,l1. Orders solicited, and careful attention given to prompt delivery by the Company's Carts, or, if by Rail, Carriage Paid to nearest Iiiilway Station. W. T. MARSHALL, SECY. & MNGR. THE CHESTER MOTOR GARAGE CO. 111 'j L.a. J t .1..1 t u .t1. J Li.JJ J.   ri 01:)CEC-4-   L'T I F, p c,  11 o y (}'  I .) 3A. FOREGATE ST. (oppose u*»«». THE OLDEST AND LARGEST (AHAGE IN CHESTER. ESTABLISHED 1902. GAINED THE SECOND PBIZE GA-TN -17-1, ID _.a.. j2J S E CO-N-)D, Pl:-u?IZE AT TIIj C IT K SIT I RE AGRICULTL KAL SHOW ON WEDNESDAY LAST. NOTE.—We have no connection Y-?th any New Company. NOTF,We \701V Coill p"lll? OUR ONLY ADDRESS IS: 3A, FOREGATE STHEErr (Bcd Iamp oycr Entrance). MANAGER: W. J. WILLIAMS. ENCINEEU I. DICKINSON, C.E. I LOWE & SONS' -v T -p C:H Ali S ENGLISH LEVEB WATCHES, j BEST VALUE IN THE WORLD. IlALL.ilAP.KET> SILVER CASE. GUARANTEED PERFECT TIMEKEEPERS.   25/- EACH. Highly-finished Three-quarter Plate Movement, Pendant Set, Jewelled Compensation Balance, Brequet Hair Spring, and a'1 Latest Improvements. Noi-\Iagneiic. HOLIDAYBAEGAOSIOICTCLEST 11, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. IfOLIDAY BjtR,G.LINS IN BIClrCLES. ROYAL SUNBEAM (Gent's) Usual price/14. 14/ Sale price „ „ (Gent's, two-speed gear) II EIG. 161- £14, 14,1- It „ (Lady's „ ) „ £ 16. 1G/ „ £ 14. 14/- AND SEVERAL SECOND-HAND, CHEAP, ALSO ELSWICK and RAGLAN BICYCLES at practically Cost Price, to clear. I PRIOR TO STOCKTAKING. II F. BVSHTON,' •"■"SSSMG** ±TT i..1F? i?UOlii-Ul?? CHESTER. DENSONS' GREAT AUTUMN SHOW OF ?/ L'?? T? ? r'? ci COSTUMES, ¡ COATS t-V- DRESSES. I A 'I rrl. S ('4 All This Season's Goods. WE WAXT EVERY LADY TO COME I AND SEE OCR AUTUMN SHOW. You may not think of anything, I but we shall be just as pleased to see you, AND YOU v. ill NOT be iinpcrtnned to Uuv. Yon wjll sec all the LATEST FASHI" ONS and NOVELTIES DELAYED, AND WEmay SJ.UIV sa> that tiiere has Dover been sach a Choico ISO.ection of Goods prepared, for Inspection. AUTUMN, 1900, oirers Ladies' Ntjles which Eclipse all past Seasons. TO-DAY, ;■!> nil NFXT "WEEK 1 TO-DAY, and all NEXT \V EEK TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES. \VE iiave amongst, our AUTUMN GOODS some of the SMARTEST TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES which could be produced. They are Cut by r xped, Cutters, -ND tneir Skill is I'e\ealecl in the STYLISH HANG OF THE SKIRT, and the CUT OF THE COAT. You coukl not have a better CO>tumc if you we- to the most exclusive WEST End laiioi and JJAITI J-TNU- limes our prjce. The ]> injsli of the-e Costumes is iic-iiec-t. Prices from 1 Guinea to Guineas. THE GOLF JERSEY. One of the Most Popular AUTUMN FASHIONS is the GOLF JERSEY. It is most BECOMING, allbrds A maximum OF Comfort and Warmth, and is indispensable for all Outdoor Recreations. Made of Wooh in all shades. Prices: 1/11 to 12/ii. A-LTC 21X N EC iCWE AR. THE LATEST. WE are SHOWING AMOUNT our AUTUA1N (IOODS a New Lino which promises to prove exceed- ingly Popular. 'These are SlivK SOARVrS in *Art Shades. NVe. believe these SCARVES are the Daintiest Addition to an AUTUMN COSTUME which could be devised, and V E Jnvifo all cur Lady Clients to come and Look them over. DEN SONS, 9,11 NORTHGATE i( O Tv }, 11 1(,}, 1-LLj..x:1 1'.1 It CllllSTKU. AND AT DENBIGH. EADE\S PILLS. EADS'S 1^1 LI S All who gu?cr from Gout cr ?It ? Rhe.?E&tM:? should i:?a:e- EiLL'.T R>;}/S. diately have recourse tc ?J B EADK'S P;I.US. Hundreds of SADE'TF _'?? U.LS Test'tnon?Is have l;n ra. cei .¡ from all sorts pnè -Sj?.?DL'S _"? B?If-LS. conditions of MEN testifying ?j B tc the'vou'?hd power these PiUs hAve :n ?iv:"? RELIEF in the very worst c?sea Thcsa PiKs aM pur?y vege".Ab'e ?ud p,:docly their ftctioti* INSTANTLY RELJKV1,SD R,API CI.T CT IIK THE WOEST FORM OF GOUT, R>L"UMAT!SM, RKKL JIATIC G-OCT, P A INS IN THE IJFIAD, FACE, AND Lim r-S, And In va the LARG^T recommendatioii ever given any patent medicine of its class. i OUT. Jf v KEVFR SUFFE?KD SJCE! p-fc HKO ii-AIISM". 53, jlnul TVTi-ria.ee, -?? KO.I: IA-TCAI 'i?.s.E. ub i. Ma' 30th, IPû5. ?r D.-ar KII',—1 h:?-p MUCH ETIkUHATIrM. p);:i»rre in lo«tif»in« to t.hc y (-, ? ..? r 1, t ynd h¡'u, ) OTTT uiffj.- Pills. I lute been n A OU 1. suiTernr frora Gout for tw?nt,y y -s 1Ji ,ImlPg that tinic TJ U^EU7 iTATISJf. hive b<ea ucdw ?Miv dilter? I doctors, without naich relief GOUT. About twelve iLO..ths ago ? w? RECOCIIN^CDOII TO try Kitce'? RIJKUMAT!S11. '-ONFC "-INCH advice, 1 air  '?!'PYt?s?-.iff.Ho?J.d I OUT I HAVH ?EVHH SUFFESKD fi-jr Fl?OM GOUT S'NC?- l .RT™ I ta?le t?,, (" -ce.. II — ui>lA 1^ um.. a c 'o H.ew?t)?r.I I havp CONFI'Jently RO^OMUJENDED GOUT. tll"n t"' r'?j ?y Yon '-Jr u?!'? ?bat ".? Cf this vou RHEUMATISM, choo^e.-i am. y<fHithniiiy, HEUMATISM. FREDERICK DROWN. EADE'S GOUT & RHEUMATIC PILLS Are Sold by all Chemists, in Bottles, Ij] and 219; or sent post FINE for Postal Order by the Pro- prietor, GKOFXH EADR, 232, GosweU-roAd, EC. Ask for and be WIRE you obtain EAm.S GOUT An) RHEUMATIC PILLS. EADE'S PILLS.

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