FXWUFIIONR 222. EHTABLISHKE 1815. SPECTfACLES? ￼ KINDS, EYEGLASSES'J?A? ???. ? L 1 '.lJ AT &LI, pB?/ Grentest c&ro and attention in Suiting. t-I ELD & OPERA G LASSES, JJ A ROM PITERS, &c. I tJ. D. SIDDALL, OPTICIAN TO THB 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. j
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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. ￼ JJOYALTY THEATRE, CHESTER 6-45-MONDAY, AUG. 19TH, 1907—U?-U? AND DURlNG THE WEEK. TWICE NIGHTLY. AN ALL-ROUND STAH. COMPANY. Starring Expensive Engagement, for One Woek I Only, of the BROTHERS O'BRIEN The Greatest Horizontal Bar Act before the Public. SISTERS TEMPLE, dainty and refined Vocal Duettists. T. H. McCANN, Comedian and Roller Skate Dancer. FRED MUI.VER & MINNIE MIRIAM, in their Speciality Act, "THE REPORTER. JOHNNY WALKER, Comedian with a Stylo of hio own. BESSIE WILLOW, Burlesque Actress and Versatile Vocalist. IMPERIAL BIOSCOPE with the latest World's events. MAHlE TERRY & J. S. BENTLEY, Refined Comedy Artistrs. FIRST APrKABANCE IN CHMTER OV THE WAKEMAN QUARTETTE, Song Harmonisers, in a Musical Comedy Sketch. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24TH, AT 7.30. MESSRS. ADELER & SUTTONS WILL 1.1 PRESENT MR. BRANSBY WILLIAMS, SUPPORTED BY ADELER AND SUTTONS' PIERROTS. Reserved seats 2s. Children Half-price. PIIICES:-lS. AND GLJ. Seats may be now Booked at Phillipwn and Golders, EastgateRow. "MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. Positively for Eleven Nights Only. Commencing MONDAY NEXT, AUG. 19, Every Evening at 7-45. Doors Open 7-15. Early Doors at 7. MATINEES on WEDNESDAY, Aug. 21, WEDNES- DAY, Aug. 28. and SATURDAY, Aug. 31, at 3, Doors open at 2-30. POOLE'S POPULAR PRICES 3/ 2/ l/o, I/ and Gd. Children under 12 Half-price to all parts except (jd. places. NoTr,At the Matinees only, Children will be admitted at Half-price to the Cd. places. Tickets and Plan at the usual places. account of Hall IMPORTANT NOTICE.—On account of Hall being previously engaged, there will be No 1 Mt- FOUWANCK on SATURDAY, August 24th. FIRST VISIT OF THE GREATEST OF THEM ALL, JOSEPH (THK ORIGINAL) JX)OLE'S (No. 1) Colossal MYRIORAMA. W'" Everything Eutireiy New for this Visit! OUR COLONIES. CENTRAL AFRICA. JOSEPH Pool's ANIMATED PICTURES The Best in the World. A Feast of Fine Things. VICTORIA FALLS. A British Railway from the Cape to Cairo. POOLE S ENTERTAINERS. TUB LARGEST AND MOST COSTLY EVER TOURED. Special :11111 Irarortant Ktisrf»t?nn#nt, direct from h'8 Dg MARCEL ANIMALS. Introducing the GRHAT E^UJBMMHAN NOVKLTY. Mounter Baboons! Pietfy Ponies I Wonderful Dogs I FUNNY JOHNNY O'ROUILKPI, the Little Lump of Comedy. EILEEN & MAYNIE (Si ters), the Musical Dancing Dots. 3 BOLEROS 3, on the Triple Bars. PERCY BRUNELL, Deputy Guide and Vocalist. THK S hi D D O V S. THE TISS'iTS. Living Marionette Entertainment. BKUT G. BEiiBY, the favourite Uuide & Vocalist. STAUBIBO tiNQt&BMTCBT 0" THK KAMOUS 4 R O S A I R E S 4. Gentlemen Acrobats, Acknowledged the Smartest Troupe in Europe. The whule enlivened and accompanied by Joseph Poole's Famous 0 HCII ESTITA 1. 13A N D. Conducto r Mr. F D ake. CUT THIS OUT and present it at the Pay Box. It will admit any number at Half-i.rice. t Poole's Half-price Coupon I C. O. CHRISTLETON SHOW. FLOWERS, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CHEESE (AN OPEN CLASS). BROOD MARES, FOALS, YEARLINGS, TURNOUTS AN OPEN CLASS AND A LADIES' CLASS), AND HORSE LEAPING, WEDNESDAY NEXT, AUGSUT 21ST, 1907. ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 7TH. ONE SHILLING. OrKN AT 12-30. For Schedules and information apply to S. EARLAM, Christleton,) Hon. Se. J. H. SALMON, Rowton. f on. ecs. GAS COOKERS Fixed Free up to 40ft. of Piping. TRY ONE! AND YOU WILL ENSURE GOOD COOKING COOKERS ARE- EASY TO USE, CLEAN, ECONOMICAL. HIRE Rates from 1/- Quarter All the LATEST DESIGNS in COOKERS, WATER HEATERS and other Apparatus suitable for Private Houses, Hotels, and Restaur- ants, can be seen in our SHOWROOMS. GAS ENGINES supplied on Hire Purchase System. A large selection of the Latest Designs in FITTINGS suitable for Halls, Dining and Drawing Rooms, can be inspected at the SHOW- ROOMS. INCANDESCENT GAS LIGHTING is the Cheap*t and BEST SYSTEM of Lighting Shops, Priv,Lte Houses, and Public Buildings. INSPECTION INVITED. ESTIMATES and ADVICE given FREE. NEW INSTALLATIONS undertaken by the Company, OrFJCE & SHOWROOMS C'JPPIN ST., CHESTER. 1 0 » 0 -.I2.t I M PO BT A N T If you caunot see distant objocts clearly call at H. C Hou- hton and have your eyesight tested. If you cannot see o joe s mar to, such at sewinar, reading, writing, etc., oil at H. C. llougbion's anil tave your eyesight tested. If you cannot stand the light and have weak and watery e-es, headache, eic., call at H. C. HOUGHTON, B. 0. A. EYESIGHT & SPECTACLE SPECIALIST, LATE MANAGKH FOR WCO D, ABRAHAM'S, Lire-pool and Manchester. TELEPHONE NO. 21Y3. Only Address—23, Eastgatc st, Chester. Repairs done on tbc Premises, cheaply and promptly. NOTE.—No tMvetiing dealers employed. H. C, HOUGHTON gives evrry caso 1;U persona^ atten1ion. Bo,-trs 10 to 6 p m. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. IIOOLE CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST ASSOOIA TION. A TRIP to Caergwrle Castle WILL TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, AUG. 21, 1907. Train leaves CHESTER (NORTHCATK) 2-20 p.m. Returns from CAERGWRLE 9-5 p.m. DANCING during the Evening. TICKETS 2/3, including Fare, Free Admission to Castle Grounds and Knife and Fork Tea. LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED. Tickets may be ohta.ined from any Member of the Men's Committee. DON'T FORGET GREAT SAUGHALL CRICKET CLUB SPORTS, On WEDNESDAY NEXT, AUG. 21, Will be held in the CRICKET FIELD, close to Saughall Station. PRIZES TO THE VALUE OF £20. EVENTS: OPKN EVENTs-Cycle Races: Half Mile, Three- quarter Mile, and One Mile. 100yds. Flat Race, 220yds. Flat Race and 300yds. Obstacle Race. ALSO LOCAL KVKNTS. DANCING from 5.30 p.m. until !) p.m., and various other attractions. Tenders for Refreshments are required. For particulars and Entry Forms apply HERBERT SHEPHERD, Great Saughall, nr. Chester. CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW ?' (President: SiRGu.?stMGnEENAH.B&rt) AT CHESTER, WEDNESDAY, 28th AUGUST, 1907. OVER £ 1,000 IN PRIZES. ADMISSION: 9-30 to 12 noon 2,- each. 12- 0 to 5 p.m. 1/- After 5 o'clock (Dancing) Gd. Children Half-price, County Stand, 2/6 each Children, 1/ Tattereall's Stand, 1/- each Children, Gd. For Schedules for Jumping and Turnouts. THOS. A. BECKETT. Secretary, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. CHESTER DOG, POULTRY & PIGEON SHOW (In conjunction with the CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW), WEDNESDAY, 26th AUG., 1907. ENTRIES CLOSE 19TH AUGUST. SCHEDULES from the Secretary. E. ANDREWS, 27, Eastgate Row North, Chester. C H 8 H I It F, AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY SHOW, 1907. THE CHESTER CAHAGE CO. beg to announce that they hive made arrangement to GARAGE ALL CARS on the SHOW GROUND, where they will have a good Stock of OILS, PETROL, and ACCESSORIES. REPAIRS can bo Executed on the Ground. TELEPHONE No. 403. TARPORLEY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY & SPORTS. rpHE SEVENTEENTH SHOW of above, will (by kind permission of the Earl of Haddington, K.T.) be HELD IN ARDERNE PARK. WEDNESDAY NEXT, AUGUST 21ST, 1007. PRIZES VALUE OVER £100. ADMISSION:—One o'clock to Five, Is; Five to Close, 6d. A PRIZE SILVER BAND will be in atten- dance. DANCING. Refreshments on Ground, Schedules and all information from T. HERBERT, Hon. Sec., Tilston Lodge Gardens. All information of Sports from H. BILLINGTON, Hon. Sec., Arderne Hall. Entries for Sports close Monday, August 19th. No entry accepted without fees. MALPAS AGRICULTURAL SHOW — WILL BE HELD IN THE TEN TREE FIELD, OLD HALL FARM, MALPAS, ON TUESDAY NEXT, AUG. 20. 1907. President: R. L. GREKNSHIELD, ESQ. Hon. Secretary Ms. J. DONE. OPEN AND LOCAL CLASSICS FOR HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, POULTRY, PIGEONS, RABBITS, CHEESE, BUTTER, EGGS. ROOTS AND HORTICULTURE. IIORSELEAPING (Open and Local), TURNOUTS, DRIVING COMPETITION, CYCLE RACES, &c. EXHIBITORS! DO HURRY UP, ENTRIES SHORT. EXTENDED TO TUESDAY NIGHT'S POST. AUGUST 13TH. Schedules now ready. Apply- H. EATON MERCER, Oathills, Malpas. TATTENHALL DAIRY, HORTICULTURAL, POULTRY & PIGEON SHOW WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TII, 1907. LARGEST AND BEST CHEESE SHOW IN THE COUNTY. GOOD PRIZES, WITH SMALL ENTRY FEES. Open Cheese Class, Poultry, &(!. 25 miles radius. Send for Prize Lists to J. SUMNER, Tattenball, nr. Chester. HEWITTS FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. I DUBLIN HORSE SHOW. 0 WING to the INTERNATIONAL EXHI- BITFON in DUBLIN, and other Special Attractions this year, HOTEL ACCOMMODA- TION should be secured at once. Write to G. H. BRUNTON, General Manager, Clarence Hotels Limited, for terms at WYNN'S HOTEL, CLARENCE HOTEL, I AND ROYAL EXCHANGE HOTEL. __n IN AID OF COTTAGE HOSPITAl. AND DISTRICT NURSING FUND. lyrOLD CYCLE PARADE, CARNIVAL, &(, THURSDAY, 29TH AUGUST. 1907. I Unparalleled Attractions !—Cheap Train Service from Cheater. -Entries close August 21st. i THE GRANDEST FETE i-i GREAT BRITAIN SHREWSBURY GREAT FLORAL FETE WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY NEXT, ¡ AUGUST 21ST AND 22ND, 1907. The Grandest Flower Show in Europe. ¡, OVER £ 1,290 IN PRIZES. 3,000 Entries staged in 10 Monstre Marquees. Extraordinary Musical Treat by the Most Magni- ficent MILITARY BAND ever heard, nearly 140 Performers, including the Full Bands of II.M. 2ND LIFE GUARDS, H.M. COLDSTREAM GUARDS, AND H.M. IRISH GUARDS, By permission, PLAYING ALTERNATELY and I COMBINED, First time out of London. THE GRANDEST SERIES OF SENSATIONAL I PERFORMANCES ever s, e i, a'l especially engaged fr m the principal Artistes in Europe for this FETE ONLY. 40 SEPARATE PERFORMANCES BY THE GREATEST ARTISTES OF THE DAY. DOUBLE BALLOON ASCENTS. Captive BALLOON, 50J feet. by Spencer Brothers, Aeronauts to Crystal Palace. Horse Leaping Competition, 2100 in Prizes. MaiuiScent Promenade by the Biver Severn. Electric l aunches and Pleasure Heats on the Severn from tlis Fe'e Giound. PAIN A SONS' MAGNIFICENT FIREWORK DISPLAY. SPECIAL EXCURSION TRAINS FROM CREWE, LIVERPOOL, AND ALL PARTS. ADMISSION Wednesday, One o'clock, 2a. Gd.; after Five. Is.; Thuolay. all day from Uleven, ONE SHILLING ONLY. Hair-Crown Tickets sold at 2s. each if bought before MONDAY, August 19th. Postal Orders for these Tickets and S'airpod Envelope must bø sent to the Hon. Sees. H. W. ADNITT, 1 „ W. W. NAUNTON, Hon. Sees. The Square, Shrewsbury. FARNDON AND CHESTER, I OMNIBUSES & BRAKES Daily from NAG'S HKAD COCOA HOUSE at 101t.m. 2-30 p. n, 4-45, 7-15 (8 o'clock on Saturdays). Return from FARNDON 8 a.m., 9-30 a.m., 12 noon, 5-15 p.m. CHAS. GAUTERIN, Proprietor. ST. JOHN BAPTIST. PRELIMINARY NOTIOB. A SALE OF WORK WILL BE HELD IN THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEWGATE-ST., ON NOVEMBER 19TIE AND 20TH. To provide funds for the Levelling of the Church- yard, and the Preservation of the Fabric of the Church. Gifts of Money or Work will be gratefully received at St. John's Rectory. S. COOPER SCOTT. PLEASURE CRUISES. I # -I' v' 'I _I THE DEE STEAM BOAT CO. The above Company is the only one authorised by His Grace the DUKV, OF WESTMINSTER, to run their STEAMERS regularly to EATON HALL. The Ormonde and Beud Or will run as follows (Sundays excepted) ax | am urn i pmi r>rm pml ?mi ptti pm Chester .? !) o!l03o!n:M!l 01 30?2 45 3 30 4 30 5 30 EcclestonF. 9 W1l2UI12115012 20!;i 35 4 205 20 ? 20 ￼ Iron Bridge .0?11? ? I '5 7~ rró¿ Hr'g.tIIOI51114.r¡, ..? .?7?. 7 » i577.. Eceleston F 1010il210:i23o 1 Eo i2,?bi 30 |6 510;6 45 Cheater. arrlll30| 1 0125240310?25? W17 01I7 30 FARES: CHESTER to ECCLKSTON, Gd. Single; 9J. Return. leto-i BRIDGE, 8d. Is. Weather and other causes permitting. iy VERPOOL & N°ItTH WALES REGULAR DAILY SAILINGS From Princo's Stige (Weather, &o., permitting. Every Day, by "LA MARGUERITE" (Fridays: A.M. St. Tudno), for 1A A LLANDUDNO, BEAUMARI3. BANGOR iU -"? Md MENAI BRIDGE; du?back 7-30 p.m. Carnarvon couuaction Woekdoys. EXTRA SAILINGS. 2.30 p in.—ATONPAYS, FRIDAYS SATCEDATS, August, a,- 2 30. E rly Boat on Mondays; dua Liverpool 10-15 a.m. Sr. Tudm," WEDNESDAYS, 21st ard 28th, f->r L'aidiulno and Holy bend dun back 8-0 pm. 9-15 a.m.—Anglesey Trips, THuRiDAY, 2ft.h, also SUNDA is, 13th, and September 1st. Through Cookings from Principal Stations. For Fares Ac apply Liverpool and North Wales 1 Steamship Co. T. G. Brew, See., 40. Chapel-street, Liverpool. Official Guide, post free, 3d. T S L E OF ]Y[~ A K I !.sjQ from li."ptu. I mo.?,Atjs, d- 5 a.m.; other Week-do3s, 10-S0 a,.m. DOUBLE DAILY SERVtC; (Sundays excepted). LIVERPOOL to DOUGLAS.—Daily 10 30 a.m. and 2-45 p.m. hxtrns: Ftidnya, 12 5J night; and Friday, 16th. 6 JI m.; Saturdays. It.45 a.m., p.m., and 12-50 night Mondays, 9-t5 a.m. DOUGLAS to I,IVERPOOL.-Daily 9 am. and 4 p.m. Extra: Moudays, 12-30 /1,m. (Sunday night). Fore Oa'jio: Saloon: 4/- DAY EXCURSIONS. 6/- From LIVERPOOL Fiorn DOUGLAS: I Weakd?slO-wa.m. I I Frjday. 12.[.0 njht. Saturdays, 12.5'J I'¡ht I returning at 4 p.m. 1 returning Saturdays at 4 p.m. returning Sundays, 12-30 night I LIVEKPOOL to RAMSEY direst, Mondays, Wednes- I I days and Fridays, at 12-45 noon (Saturdxy's direct ser. vice discontinued); Thurs-lays, 2-15 p.m., via Douglas. I DUBLIN EX Ul BITION -Ideal Bouto via Douglas. I GUIDE and SUUSGS FREE.—I.O.M. STEAM- |' JACKET CO. LTD.. DOUGLAS. PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE. :« "P ATON HALL an d GARDENS will be OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, on and after the 24TH AUGUST, until further notice 1907. THE CHESTER IJFSTRICT ?URSING A?OCIATION. N I DONATIONS and NEW ANNUAL SUB- 1 SCRIPTIONS received in response to Sir Horatio Lloyd's Special Appeal. DONA- SCB. ,tl,)N tl. scalpTIONG. £ s. d. £ s. d. Rev.F.S.M.Bennett 1 1 0 Mrs. F. S. M. Bennett 1 1 0 Mr. II. J. B rch .10 0 0. Mr. 11. S. Bleekley 1 1 0. Messrs. Bradleya 1 1 0. 110 I Mr. G. H. Bramall 2 2 0 Mrs. John Drown 1 0 0. Mr. W. E. Drown. 110 Mrs. Butt (subscription in- creased to 91. Is.) t 2 2 0. 0 10 0 Mrs. Pitcairn Campbell 10 0 0. Mr. W. H. Churton. 5 5 0. Miss Clark 0 5 0. Mr. C. B. Coltart (subscription -irwreased to £ 2. 2s.) .I 5 5 0. 1 1 0 Mr. W. R. Conyers .0 10 0. Mrs. E. H. Davies 1 1 0. Mr. C. P. Douglas 1 1 0. Mrs. Herbert Ellis 0 5 0 Mrs. Farmer (subscription in- creased to £1.) 0 10 0 I Miss M. Fairclough (sub- scription increased to £ 2. 2s.) 1 1 0 I Miss Fluitt 0 10 0. Mr. John M. Frost .J 3 0. 1 1 0 Mr. J. T. Golder 2 2 0. Mr. J. MtctietLii Graham 5 0 0. "S. F. H." 1 1 0. Mr. D. L. Hewitt. 0 10 0 Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hill 0 10 0 t Mrs. Hodkmson 010 0. Mr. H. G. Hope. 1 10 Mr. Joseph Hughes 0 2 6 Mr. J. H. Hutchinga 0 50 Mr. H. A. Jeniier 5 0 0. Mrs. Carstairs Jones 5 5 0 1 1 0 Mr. F. J..Jones 0 10 G Messrs. Richard Jones A Co., Ltd. (subscription increased toBt. la.) 1. 10. 010 6 Mr. J. Kendrick 0 10 5 Sir Horatio Lloyd 1 1 0. Major H. S. Marshall 1 1 0 Mr. C. Millington (subscription increased to £ 1. Is.) 1 1 0. 0 10 6 Mr. Alfred Mond, M.P. (sub- scription increased to £20) .50 0 0.14 15 0 Mr. J. S. Moss 1 1 0 Mr. J. M. B. Mowle 1 0 0. I Messrs. T. Nicbolls A Co 1 1 0. 110 Mr. G. Oliver. 010 6 Miss Ould 0 5 0 Mrs. George Parker 1 0 0. Mrs. Pover 1 0 0. Mr. A. C. Preston. 1 1 0. Miss Prichard. 0 5 0 Mr. T. A. Rigby .20 0 0. Mr. B. C. Itobortp. i.V 1 1 0 Mrs. Sheriff Roherts. 0 10 G. I Mrs. Sheriff Roberts and Mis. J. T. Golder (Receipts from Garden Party) 21 5 0. Air. W. H. Roberts 0 10 G Mr. William Rogers 1 I 0 Miss E. F. Shand 110 Mrs. F. Skipwith 0 10 6 Mr. R. J. ?lul)bs 0 2' G Mr. E. W. Swetenhani 1 0 0. Dr. James Taylor, J.P 10 0 0 Mr. Maurice Thomas 1 0 0. Mr. J. R. Thomson 5 0 0 Rev. Canon Uppertoa. 5 0 0. Miss Woyman 1 1 0. Rev. and Mrs. II. H. Wrigl1t. 0 10 0 I Donations under 5/- 0 7 0 £187 18 0.36 19 0 These sums are in addit;on to Mrs. Adair's donation of £ 100, which has been previously acknowledged. August, 1907. ——m—■ ■! in mm——gamma——a— PUBLICATION. THE MONKS OF OLD CHESTER BY FATHER RUDOLPH. NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION. NOW READY. PRICE 9D. AND 1/6. MONASTERY, CHESTER. MANICURING. "CU IJ TO." IF you love beautifully polished finger nails— JL certain evidence of gentility-use "CULTO," the famous Japanese Finger Nail Polish. Amazing Polish produced in one minute lasts one week. No Pads—No Powder—No Liquids—No Pastes. Send 1/1 to THOMAS BELVOIR & CO., Dept. C. New Southgate, N.—We want you to ask your Chemist for" (JULTO. To Dundalk and County Louth Men, and Others, IN AND ABOUT CHESTER. CARROLL'S DUNDALK "PREMIER" COIL TOBACCO Can be had in CHESTER from MR. CRAWFORD SPENCE, 127, FOREGATE STREET. SUPPORT IRISH MANUFACTURE. EXECUTORS OF THE LATE EDWARD WILLIAMS HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS, I DECORATORS, PLUMBERS, &c.. 33, NICHOLAS ST., CHESTER. RICHARD JONES' FIRST AUTUMN SHOW OF LADIES' COSTUMES, LADIES' FRIEZE COATS, ON MONDAY, AUGUST 19TII. A FEW ODDMENTS TO CLEAR:— LADIES' COTTON AND LINEN COSTUMES AND. DRESSES 5/11. LADIES' LINEN SKIRTS, ETC. 2/111 & 5/11. A FEW LIGHT TWEED COSTUMES 12/11. RICHARD JONES & CO., LTD. CHESTER. On and after MONDAY, AUG. 19, these Establishments will be CLOSED at 7 p.m. SATURDAYS 9 p.m, and WEDNESDAYS 1 p.m. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING. BOLLAND'S RESTAURANT, CAFE & SMOKEROOM EASTGATE ROW & EASTGATE ST., CHESTER. LUNCHEONS and DINNERS, TABLE D'HOTE aDd A LA CARTE WEDDING CAKES. as supplied to His Majesty the King. BOLLAND'S CELEBRATED FANCY CAKES. 36 and 7 per Box, Post Free. In Pretty, Fancy Tin Boxes, 4/6 Post Free. CATERERS FOR WEDDING RECEPTIONS. GARDEN PARTIES, ETC., ETC. ESTIMATES FREE. PIC-NIC HAMPERS SUPPLIED ON THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE NOTICE. B. BOLLAND & SONS, LTD. TELEPHONE 37. TELEGRAMS: "BOLLANDS, CHESTER." Confectioners to the King. I "Had I to make a choice, I woul d have the Raleigh." ScornH CYCLIST. ?? THE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE'S OPINION •- I RIGID BRASSEY'S t 6 6 J-BLt ?AA ? JLTJb? iT (?j? rM ?? < RAPID BrASSEY'S 6 X> 4 Tii7J l X /1 XT" t BEST 3-SPEED CYCLE EXCELLENT MACHINE. RELIA"B7IE BICYCLES. I CAN STRONGLY JUCOMMEND." RALEIGH GUARANTl<i<:D FOR ALL TIME WE NOW STOCK RUDGE-WHITWORTH CYCLES. — 6 MONTHLY 12 Mmthlj Description. C- sh. i'ayDieat?.. Parmeata. FIRST GRADE PALEIGH fiU 8 0 £1 IG 7 £ 0 19 3 3-SPEED POPULAR RALEIGH, 9 0 0 113 0 17 G STANDARD RALEIGH 8 10 0 1 9 11 0 15 9 RALEIGH GAZELLE, LADY'S 7 0 0 14 ()12 11 DITTO E N T',S (5 15 0 I 3 9 O]i G RALEIGH RACER G 19 G 14 7 0 12 11 VICTOR, GENT'S 5 15 0 1 1 0 0 11 0 DITTO LADY'S 6 0 0 12 0 0 11 6 RUDG E-WHIT WORTH CRESCENT 5 18 10 0 11 0 SPECIAL BOYS' CYCLE. £ 4. 10s. GIRLS' CYCLE. S4. 15s. Cash. IMPORTANT.—Having the largest Cycle Repairing Shop in Chester, we are prepared to repair ANY make of cycle, whether bought from us or not. In fact, most of the cycles we no repair are those of other makes, as "Raleighs" seldom need repairs. CALCIUM CARBIDE. Reduced prices for Cycles on Hire. J. E. BRASSEY & SON, LTD.. CHESTER. HARVEST ALES. CHESTER NORTHGATE BREWERY CO., LTD. THE NORTHGATE, CHESTER. BRIGHT SPARKLING ALES In 4 9, 18, and 36 Gallon Casks. DELIVERED BY COMPANY'S CONVEYANCES OR BY RAIL. CARRIAGE PAID TO NEAREST RAILWAY STATION. TRIAL ORDE It SOLICITED. NOTE.-IS THE ONLY BREWERY IN CHESTER. TELEPHONE 0513. J. T. MILNE, BRIDGE INN, TARVIN ROAD, CHESTER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. ALE & STOUT BOTTLER. BASS'S PALE ALE, I PINTS. 2/- Pas DOZEN. GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT, PLNTB Ilio PINTS (SCREW STOPPERS). BASS'S PALE ALE 3/6 PER DozEN, GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT 3/3 „ BIRKENHEAD BREWERY CO'S DINNER ALE 216 FAMILY ALES, IN 6, 9 & 18 GALLON CASKS. FROM 1/- PKB GALLON. TSAAC WILLIAMS & SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS & GASFITTERS. 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 t' Belgian Horses, Superior Glass and Closed Hearses, Private Broughams and Coaches are prepared to Supply Funer-ds cheaper than any jther shop in the City. E. D.&SONStaketha ENTIRE MAN AGE- MENT OF FUNERALS in Town or Country with duo 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, 33s. SoLI: AGENTS FOR PATENT METALLIC COFFINS. (The trade supplied). Superior WEDDING CARRIAGES for hire, kept only for Weddings, at moderate charges. PRIYATC ADDRKSSKS: 12, UNION WALK, adjoining Stables; and WELLFIELD HOUSE, NEWTON, —— ————————————————-—— J. DELANY. :38, NOKTHGAT* STKBBT, CHESTER, TAILOR, WOOLLEN DRAPER AND GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER. LADIES' GARMENTS in the Newest DASI»N3. RIDING 11HEKCHES, LEGGINGS & KNICKERBOCKERS. A SPECIALIT f. Sole Agents for the Invertfero MOTORING lJRl\ 1NG, RIDING or WALKING COAT, for Chester and district. T> POWELL, TBL 26IL p # T?OWELL, ?L?i T COACH BUILDER, I COnlERCIAr. HALL. FRODSHAM ST., CHESTER. Established over 40 Years. Estimates Given. MOTOR CARS REPAIRED, RE-PAINTED AND RE UPHOLSTERED j IN JSTYLE. I MESSRS. F. WOODFIN & CO. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS. I 20, FBODSHAM ST-UEET, CHESTER. A Large and Valuable UP-TO-DATE STOCK kept on the Premises. TELEPHONE No. 455. ASK FOR ROMOLA," THE CREAM OF OLD SCOTCH WHISKIES. PROPRIETOR GEORGE BARLOW, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, "THE OLD VAULTS," BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. TELEPHONE, 0632. R. J. & H. ELLIS, I PLAIN AND DECORATIVE HOUSE PAINTERS, CHunCH DECORATORS, GILDERS, Sign Writers, Paperhang-ers. Office: 64, FOREGATE ST, CHESTER ESTABLISHED 1859. Tel 26 Y 1. DAWSON & WEST, PAWNBROKERS, JK.VELLERS, CLOTIIIiCP-3, AND U:nl J'[,!liTIC HOUSE FURNISHERS. Cash Ad vanced to any AMOUNT on Gold and Silver Plate, Jewellery, Furniture, Pianos and Organs, Furs, Cirpets, »AJ on all portable property. Parcels by Post receive prompt attention cash I' by return. Private Pledge Office. NOTE AODRICSS- 54 & 56, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER ￼ ￼ "I F\[—Handsome solid Walnut 0 1| U» IXJI SIDEBOARD, with extra larcre levelled mirror on back, and FR helves for ornaments; two cupboards and I two drawers beneath. A bargain. DOSHI 2/- ?Ji¡)n; Walnut BOOKCASE, I 8 3ft. Gin. by 3ft. Gin., with moveable shelves and folding glass doors. Cheap. 6)1—Just forfeited. BAROMETER X2,o 2/ and THERMOMETER, in solid o?k < Guaranteed in perfect order. .fl2 ~L L £ \—Very handsome P?'r of jC??? < JL ? ?) rf;:? Bronze WARR FOR8 on horseback mounted on ebonized s?nd?. 01 1 O 0? UMBRELLA STAND, GFR. Gin. high by 2ft. Cm. wide, with g!o\e box ?u d I?r?o bevelled p')?? ??.&s mirror ip back. ??? J—Handsome BEDROOM SUITE, C??C?t 0 in solid fatin walnut, compri?- ing Wnidroba with large bevelled robing mirror and large hat drawer Dressing Chest with dressing g!ass, two large drawers and two small ones; Wash stand wiih marble s!a.b, double row tiled back Ch.ur.ber Cupboard, Towel-rail, &c. A bargain. A> « ''Consignment in Had -?ante? TOILET ￼ SETS. 5.'6, 0 (1, and 10 ? the Set. 1/(JK A SQLAEB YARD—Our no'od CORK Jt L/ ? LINOLEUM. L&r?s a?.ortmeat of patterns. Laid and delivered free. .) 10/- ??" made KITCHEN <?-?0? JL?/ DRESSER, h-?hb?k.wtth three plate g!?8 mirron_. two brge cupboarda and tive drawers beneath. Polished walnut. OIL <T> /-Solid Oak DINING TABLE. <5??t ?/ with three extM leaves tu let in well made. A baigain. jf?? ?/- Handsome Parlour S FITE, Súliù walnut frames, uphol- stered tnehemUe. co:nprisi ng Couch, p?irof roomy Easies, and four smaIl Chairs. Well worth £10. :)()-. 6) £ < /—Suitable for a Present. Splendid pa.ir of Hand-painted VASES. 6 OQ "I I £ \—Second-hand solid Wal- O. nutWASIISTAQ?'al, DRESSING 1 ABLE, in splendid condition. JOO 1 O A~VERy M*SSIVE CHEST <Xjf?/?? t JL<?/?) OF DRAWER?; three large drawers and two small ones twisted pillars each side. Polished walnut colour well made and seasoned. 51 "1 "• (,11, & 10 G EACH-Try our noted /II, CLOTH HEARTH RUGS. All hand-pegged assortment of colours. I £ \—Handsome DINNER SERVICE, ? ? O blue and gold M pieces in perfect condition. "1 Gent.'s extra I?e st.uff. <??. JL?/U over DIVAN CHAIR roll t-jp; best qu?hty Maguett saddlebags: spring seat and Lack. NOTE ADLESSS 54 A 50, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. HAIR u COMBINGS MADE UP, 2 PER 01,. I COVERLETTE I I HAIR FRAMES, < From 3/6 each. j TAILS OF ) FROM PURE ?-/? IR A.1 ?. T. SEALES BROWN, 3, LEECE-ST. (Car Station), LIVERPOOL. THE BONE PHOSPHATE AND CHEMICAL CO., Ltd,, I CASTLE WORKS, FLINT, N.W., PAY THE BEST PRICES FOR Butchers and other Collected BONES. EITHER FREE ON RAIL OR DELIVERED AT THEIR WORKS. Particulars on application to MANAGER.