TKLKPHONS 222. ESTABLISHED 1815. SPECTACLES.™ USSX,™ EYEGLASSES IFAOTR AALLLL PSRIIGCIE(TS.I3. .J)J AT ALL PRICES. Greatest care and attention in Suiting. FIELD & OPERA GLASSES, BAROMETERS, &c. J. D. SIDDALIi, OPTICIAN TO THE INFIRMARY, THE CROSS, 4, BitiDGE ST., CHESTER. UMBRELLAS & Walking Sticks. LANTERNS AND SLIDES ON SALE OR HIRE. OX-Y GEN ALWAYS IN STOCK. REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
1 cz I- t6 A- SKIES rii\ EST QUALITY OBTAINABLE. WECOGNAC BRANDIES OF THE BEST VINTAGES, IMPORTED KARLY. THOS. WELSBY & CO. WINE MERCHANTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER.
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. ROYALTY THEATRE, CHESTER Pt OYALTY THEATRE, CHESTER 6-45-MODA Y, AUG. 26TH, 1907.-9-0 AND DURING THE WEEK. TWICE NIGHTLY. 14AST WEEK OF THE VAUDEVILLE SEASON STAH AND SPECIALITIES STILL COME. ForOno Week only of a Distinct Artistic Novelty— A IIA-BE' S Picture Post Card Album, the prettiest Act on the Stage. WEE JESSIE, Vocalist and Dancer. WAKOMIE BROS, Australia's Premier Versatile Instrumentalists. BUR G, H AND, AND WISE, 9, Humorous and Comedy Act, "Ye Frowa Cow Inn." 131PE]& IDA KATHK,RIN A, The D,Ily Girl. JHPEEIAL BIOSCOPE with latest Animated Pictures. PERCY FAtBTMONt). The Original I.anoashire Sieging Collier. FIRST APPEARANCE IN CHESTER OF THE MAXIMILIAN TRIO, Marvellous Equilibrists in a Humorous Diawins Jiocm Entertainment. ^OKDAY, SEPT. 2nd, 1907. for Six Nights Only, Mr. Lewis Waller's Latest London Success, 'ROBIN HOOD' From the Lyric Theatre, London. CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW (President: SIR GILBERT GREENALL, Bart.) AT CHESTER, WEDNESDAY, 28th AUGUST, 1907. OVER P,1,000 IN PRIZES, ADMISSION 9-30 to 12 noon 2/- each. 12- 0 to 5 p.m. 1/- After 5 o'clock (Dancing) 6d. Children Half-price. County Stand, 2/6 each Children, 1/ Tattersall's Stand, 1/- each Children, Gd. For Schedules for Jumping and Turnouts, 4pply to THOS. A. BECKETT, Secretary, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY SHOW, 1907. THE CHESTER GARAGE CO. beg to announce that they have made ARRANGEMENT to GARAGE ALL CARS on the SHOW GROUND, where they will have a good Stock of OILS, PETROL, and ACCESSORIES. REPAIRS can be Executed on the Ground. TELEPHONE No. 403. TATTENHALL AIRY, HORTICULTURAL, POULTRY & PIG £ Q?F .OW On WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4th, 1907. 7-7 ENTRIES Close definitely by Post AUGUST 28. Entries taken on Chester Show Ground in Poultry Tent up to 5 p.m. Distribution of Prizes at 4-30 p.m. DANCING from 5 to 9 p.m. TARPORLEY PRIZE BAND. SPORTS during the Afternoon. For Lists, apply J. SUMNER, Tattenhall. WHERE TO GO. ON MONDAY NEXT, AUGUST 26TH, WREXI-IAM RACES. The Great Race Meeting of North Wales. GRAND ENTRIES. NEW OWNERS. MANY FRESH PONIES. ADMISSION, 1/ Cheap Ring and Covered Stand 1/- extra. CHEAP TICKETS (1/3 Return) from CHESTER by both routes, and 100 other Stations. See Railway Companies' Bills for Fares and Trains. HOLIDAYS IN THE HARZ. f British Royal Mail Route, via HARWICH AND THE HOOK OF HOLLAND. DINING AND BREAKFAST CARS. Daily Express Services to Amsterdam, Berlin, Leipsic, Dresden, Munich and Vienna. Send Postcard to the Continental Manager, *.Ll R., Liverpool-street Station, London, E.C., for descriptive illustrated Pamphlet (free). ^*■1 M——HOB————N—warn—I GAS COOKERS Fixed Free up to 40ft. of Piping. TRY ONE! AND YOU WILL ENSURE GOOD COOKING COOKERS ARE- "EASY TO USE, CLEAN, ECONOMICAL. IIIRE Rates from 1/- Quarter All the LATEST DESIGNS in COOKERS ATER HEATERS and other Apparatus Ultable for Private Houses, Hotels, and Restaur- ants, can be seen in our SHOWROOMS. a GAS ENGINES supplied on Hire Purchase ASTERN. ￼ large selection of the Latest Designs in 7?ITTING-S suitable for Halls, Dining and brawing Rooms, can be inspected at the SHOW- ROOMS. I ^'CANDESCENT GAS LIGHTING is the I.eapest and BEST SYSTEM of Lighting Shops, tlvate Houses, and Public Buildings. INSPECTION INVITED. ESTIMATES and ADVICE given FREE. Co EW INSTALLATIONS undertaken by the I11pany, OFFICES & SHOWROOMS CUPPIN ST., CHESTER. I CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL- SHOW, WEDNESDAY NEXT, AUG. 28TH, 1907. To those who are Visiting this Show DENSONS extend a hearty welcome to a promenade round their Establishment, to view THE NEW GOODS FOR AUTUMN, 1907. ALL THEIR DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW REPLETE WITH NEW GOODS, AND IT WILL BE INTERESTING TO PAY THEM A VISIT. LATEST IDEAS IN MILLINERY, MANTLES, COSTlTIES, DRESS FABRICS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS, AND FURNISHING- DRAPERY. As WEDNESDAY is THE HALF- HOLIDAY IN CHESTER, DENSONS WOULD BE GLAD IF THEIR CUSTOMERS WOULD KINDLY DO THEIR SHOPPING BEFORE ONE O'CLOCK. DENSONS, 9, 11 & 13, NORTHGATE ROW, CHESTER; AND AT DENBIGH. STAND 19. HALLMARK & HASWELL CORN & FLOUR MERCHANTS, CHESTER. Sole District Supply Agents for- UVECO. The new CLEAN, COOKED, CORN FOOD, Unequalled for ALL FEED- ING PURPOSES. UVECO. CRIDDLE'S Compound FAT- TENING, DAIRY FEEDING, and COTTON CAKES and MEALS. BEST ON THE MARKET STAND 29A. SEE HAWLEY'S NEW PATENT MILK STRAINER FOR DAIRY AND HOME USE. PATENT METAL DRAINERS FOR -L CHEESE. CHEESE BANDAGING TABLE. ALSO Collection of CHEESE MAKERS AND HIGH-CLASS DAIRY GOODS. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. The Greatest Success on Record LAST WEEK. LAST WEEK. CLOSE SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1907. Every Evening at 7-45. MATINEES Wednes- day and Saturday at 3; Doors open at 2-30. Tickets and Plan at Messrs. Phillipson & Golder. THE "JOSEPH" p 0 0 L E-5S Latest & Best MYRIORAMA. Three Shows in One. A Lightning Programme' Entire Change of ANIMATED PICTURES. SPLENDID VARIETIES. 10 STAR TURNS 10. LAST WEEK. Close Saturday, Aug. 31. HALF-PRICE COUPON.Cut this out and Show it at the Pay Office, and you will bo admitted at Half-price to any part of the Hall. ) Poole's Half-price Coupon ) C.O. ) IN AID OF COTTAGE HOSPITAL AND DISTRICT NURSING FUND. i MOLD CYCLE PARADE, U- L CARNIVAL, &c.. THURSDAY, 29TH AUGUST, 1907. Unparalleled Attractions !-Cheap Train Service from Chester.—Entries close August 21st. WHITBY FETE IN WHITBY HALL GROUNDS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24TH. OLD ENGLISH FAIR AND SPOUTS. MAYPOLE AND MORRIS DANCES. GRAND PROCESSION 2 P.M. Admission 6d. DANCING on the Lawn. Ellesmere Port and Whitby & District HORTICULTURAL SHOW JLL SATURDAY, AUG. 31ST, 1907, IN FIELD ADJOINING ELLESMERE PORT RAILWAY STATION. AMATEUR SPORTS, OLD ENGLISH FAIR, DANCING. Admission 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., 6d.; afterwards, 3d. (Ellesmere Port Station). FARNDON AND CHESTER. OMNIBUSES & BRAKES Daily 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 a.m., 12 noon, 5-15 p.m. CHAS. GAUTERIN, Proprietor, ￼ S HEWITTS FOR ?H< PL BOOTS. 1I Pt ?? 0OTS8 -Ai r CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. ,f" "i. CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. ROODEE, CHESTER, AUGUST 28th. ? -oA L 1? ￼ A HVT Q New and Improved Breeds of II I U IN JO AGRICULTURAL SEEDS WILL BE EXHIBITED AT STAND NO. 11, AN INSPECTION OF WHICH IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED. The Best Black Oat is Gartons New Bountiful for 190t The Best White Oat is Gartons Regenerated Stock of Abundance for 1908. SAMPLES and GROWING SPECIMENS of these and other OATS and BARLEYS and al30 GARTONS NEW BREED of PERENNIALIZED ITALIAN RYE GRASS WILL BE EXHIBITED. ￼ GARTONS LTD., 8fSS SSK? WARRINGTON j IMPORTANT jl If you cannot see distant ot jects clearly call at H. C. Houghton and have your eyesight tested. If you eancot see objects near to, such as sewing, reading, writing, etc., call at H. C; Houghton's and have jour eyesight tested. If you cannot staud the light and have weak and watery eyes, headache, etc., cail at H. C. HOUGHTON, B O A EYESIGHT & SPECTACLE SPECIALIST, LATE MUUGiSR FOR WOOD, ABRAHAM'S, Live-pool and Manchester. TELEPHONE NO. 21Y3. Only Address-23, Eastgate-st, Chester. Repairs done on the Premises, cheaply and promptly. NOTE.—No t-avelling dealers employed. H. C. HOUGHTON gives every casa his personal attention. Hoars: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT. "¡ PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH JL AND SCHOOLS, George St., Chester, and Hamilton St,, Hoole. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. BAZAAR, Oct. 23 & 24. 1907, IN THE TOWN HALL. To be Opened on the First Day by HER GRACE THE DUCHESS OF WESTMINSTER. Chair- man His WORSHIP THE MAYOR. On the Second Day by MRS. ALFRED MOND. Chairman: THE SHERIFF. PUBLIC NOTICES. CHESTER UNION. APPOINTMENT OF CHAPLAIN. THE Guardians of the Poor of the Chester TUnion require the services of a CHAPLAIN to their Union Workhouse, at Hoole. Salary £5() per annum. The appointment is subject to the approval of the Local Government Board and to the provisions of the Poor-Law Officers Superannuation Act, 18%. Applications, with copies of three testimonials, to be sent to me on or before 10 a.m. on Friday, the 30th inst. By order, WILLIAM TURNOCK, Clerk. Forest House, Chester, 21st August, 1907. INVESTMENT. THE Corporation of CHESTER are prepared M to receive, free of expense to lenders, LOANS of not less than ClOO on security of the rates, and the revenues of their property, markets and undertakings for Three, Five or Seven Years (but redeemable meantime at option of the Corporation by six months' notice) at E3. 10/- per cent. Interest. Communications to City Accountant, Chester. J. H. DICKSON, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Chester, 8th July, 1907. CHESTER MUNICIPAL CHARITIES. QWEN JONES'S CHARITY A GENERAL MEETING of the COM- PANIES of the City of Chester will bo held at the TOWN HALL, CHESTER, on WEDNES- DAY, the 18th day of September. 1907, at 7.30 p.m., in pursuanco of the 81st Section of the SCHEME sanotioned by the Charity Commis- sion-eits for England and Wales by their Order of the 29th March, 1892, for the administration of the Municipal Charities in the City of Chester, and of the Rules sanctioned by the Commiss ioners, under their Order daied the 8th July. 1892, for the APPOINTMENT of SIX REPRESENTATIVES of the Companies of the City of Chester to act in eon junction with the Trustoos of the above-mentioned Chari- ties, in giving preference in the application of the income of the Charily of Owen Jones to Person, who are Freemen of the said city and members of one of the said Companies, or (in the case of the application of the proportion of inoorTm applied for educational purposes) Ohil- dren of such persons. The names of persons proposed as suoh Re-1 pr-osontativo? must be sent through the post to t-ha undersigned, the Clerk of the Trustees of the Chester Municipal Charities, at least four- teen days before the meeting. Dated this 16th day of August, 1907. DOUGLAS DOBIE, Clerk to the Trustees of the Chester Municipal Charities. 53, Northgato-street, Chester. THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS. 1883 & 1890. In the County Court of Carnarvonshire, holden at Bangor. In Bankruptcy.—No. 25 of 1907. "O E GEORGE CYFFIN ROBERTS, trading JL? as "George Roberts and Brother," Vaughan- street, Llandudno, in the County of Carnarvon, Builder and Contractor. I, HUMPHREY DOUGLAS McAUSLAND, of 8, Victoria-street, Liverpool, Incorporated Accountant, hereby GIVE NOTICE that I have been duly appointed and certified by the Board of Trade as Trustee of the Estate of the above-named Bankrupt. All persons having in their possesion any of the Effects of the Bankrupt must deliver them to me, and all Debts due to the Bankrupt must be paid to me. Creditors who have not yet proved their Debts must forward their proofs of Debts to me. (Signature of Trustee), H. D. McAUSLAND. j Date, August 20th, 1907. REMOVALS. ALLAN MORRIS & CO. 15, GODSTALL CHAMBERS (LATE 5, ST. WERBURGH'S MOUNT), CHESTER. LOWEST RATES. EXPERIENCED PACKERS. ESTIMATES FBEIC. TEL. 204. PUBLIC NOTICES. WILL Lady who picked PERSIAN 11 KITTEN up in PEPPER-STREET on Monday Evening kindly return same to 24, Newgate-street. CHESHIRE, SHROPSHIRE AND NORTH WALES FARMERS' SUPPLY ASSOCIA- TION, LTD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders of the above Association will be held at RODE HEATH MILL, near ALSAGER, on TUESDAY, the 27th day of August, 1907, at 1 p.m. R. STEVENTON, Secretary. 36, High-street, Nantwich, August 22nd, 1907. PUBLICATION. rpHE MONKS OF OLD CHESTER BY FATHER RUDOLPH. NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION. Now READY. PRICE 9D. AND 1/6. MONASTERY, CHESTER. PLEASURE CRUISES. THE DEE STEAM BOÂT\ The above Company is the only cne 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) an. | a am pm pw pm1 pml pm? pm EcclestonP. 9 S<?n2?1230il 50!2 ? 35 4 2C 5 20 8 20 Iron Bridg o Iron Br'g..diloi5iii451 ￼ ￼ Iron Br'g..d 1015111*57^77^1 T45 Eccleston F 10!0!i310:1235 1 50;2t:C?35.43Ue 10?"45 Chester,arr [130j 1 0 1 25 2 40!3 M'j, M). 20J7 CJ7 30 FARES: CHESTER to ECCLESTON, 6d. Single; 9d. Return. IRO? BRIDGE, 8d. Is. „ Weather and other causes permitting. LIVERPOOL & ORTII WIALES REGULAR DAILY SAILINGS From Prince's Stage (Weather, &(: permitting). Every Day, by "LA MARGUERITE' (Fridays: A.M. St. Tudno). for 1A A Tv LLANDUDNO, BEAUMABIS, BANGOR and MEN AI BRIDGE; due back 7.30 p.m, Carnarvon connection Weekdays. EXTRA SAILINGS. 2G0 P m.—MONDAYS, I'EIDAYS, SATUF.DIYS, August. Early Boat Alondays; due Liverpool 10-15 a.m. 9-15 a. II. St. Tudno," WEDNESDAY, 28t,h, for Llan. dudno-and Holyhead; due back 8-0 p m. 9-15 a.rn.-Anglee.ey Trips, THURSDAY, 29th, also SUNDAY, September 1st. Through Bookings trom Principal Stations. For Fares. &c., apply Liverpool and North Wales Steamship Co. T. G. Brew, Sec., *0. Chapel-street, Liverpool. Official Guide, post free, 3J. TSLE OF MAN. EMPRESS QUEEN from Liverpool Saturdays and Mondajs, 9-J5 a.m.; other Weck-daj s. ic-30 a.m. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE (Sundays excepted). LIVEBPCOL to DOUGLAS.—Daily 10-30 a.m. and 2-45 p.m. Extras: Fridays. 12-5) night; and Friday, 16th, 6pm.; Saturdays. 9.45 a.m., 'i p.m., 5 p.m., and 12-50 night; Mondays, S-15 a.m. DOUGLAS to I,IVERPOOL.-Daily 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Extra: Moudays, 12-30 a.m. (Suuday night). Fore Cabin: Siloon: 4/- DAY EXCURSIONS. 6/- From LIVERPOOL From DOUGLAS: Weekdays. 10-30 a.m. Prida..vp, 12-,10 night. Saturdays, 12-59 night I returning at 4 p.m. I returning Saturdays at 4 p.m. returning 1,?utidays, 12-30iii?-htI LlVKKlrOOIj to BAMSE Y dire t, Mondays, Wednes- days end Fridays, at 1245 noon (Saturday's direct ser. vice discontinued); Thurslays. 2-45 p.m., via Douglas. DUBLIN EXHIBTTION-Ideal Boute via Douglas. GUIDE and SilLINGS FREE.-I.O.M. STEAM- PACKKT CO. LTD., DOUGLAS. MANICURING. "CFLTO." IF you love beautifully polished finger naiIs- JL certain evidence of gentility—use "UULTO," the famous Japanese Finger Nail Polish. Amazing Polish produced in one minute lasts one week. No Pllods-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 "CULW." MESSRS. F. WOODFIN & CO. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, 20, FRODSHAM STREET, CHESTER. A Large and Valuable UP-TO-DATE STOCK kept on the Premises. TELEPHONE No. 455. EICP yKD JONiy FIRST AUTUMN SHOW L\L j -A. )_1.: _l COSTUMES, I LADIES' FRIEZE COATS, DE LAINE, SILK, CREPE-DE-CHINE BLOUSES, j FLANNEL, SILK, DE LAINE SRIRTS. FLANNEL,. ST -t)E L-,??-INEST.IIERTS. 1!? 1-, RICHARD JOKES & CO., LTD. ) 1\ E'i & CO. TD.I 13, EASTGAXE STREET, CHESTER. ¡ BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT ? TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING. I 113 0 L L AN D'S RESTAURANT, CAFE & SIOKEROOI EASTGATE ROW & EASTGATE ST., CHESTER. LUNCHEONS and DINNERS, TABLE D'HOTE aud A LA CARTE WEDDING CAKES, as supplied to His Majesty the King. BOLLAND'S CELEBRATED FANCY CAKES. 3.0 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. R. BOLLAND & SONS, LTD. TELEPHONE 37. TELEGRAMS: "BOLLANDS, CHESTER." Confectioners to the King. HARVEST ALES. CHESTER NORTHGATE BREWERY CO., LTD. j THE NORTHGATE, CHESTER. BRIGHT SPARKLING ALES In 4i9 99 18, and 36 Gallon Casks. DELIVERED BY COMPANY'S CONVEYANCES OR BY RAIL. CARRIAGE PAID TO NEAREST RAILWAY STATION. TRIAL ORDELt SOLICITED. NOTE.-IS THE ONLY BREWERY IN CHESTER. Had I to make a choice, I would have the Raleigh." —" SCOTTISH CYCLIST." BRASSEY'S FOR I BEST BICYCLES. THE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE'S OPINION:— "'RALEIGH' 3-SPEED CYCLE EXCELLENT MACHINE. I CAN STRONGLY RECOMMEND." GUARANTEED FOR ALL TIME. WE NOW STOCK RUDGE-WHIT WORTH CYCLES. RIGID RAPID RELIABLE RALEIGH. "1. -.1-"1 "I O .JJ.Oll-¡;nJ.Y J. AWUTNIY Description. CASH. Payinents. FIRST GRADE RALEIGH £10 8 0 £ 1 16 7 £0 19 3 3-SPEED POPULAR RALEIGH. 9 9 0 1 13 3 0 17 6 STANDARD RALEIGH 8 10 0 1 9 11 0 15 9 RALEIGH GAZELLE, LADY'S 7 0 0 1 4 7 0 12 11 DITTO GENT'S 6 15 0 1 3 9 0]2 6 RALEIGH RACER 6 19 6 1 4 7. 0 12 11 VICTOR, GENT'S 5 15 0 1 1 0 Oil 0 DITTO LADY*S f) 0 0 1 2 0 0 11 (i RUDGE-WHIT WORTH CRESCENT 5 18 10 0 11 0 SPECIAL BOYS' CYCLE, £-1. 10S. GIRLS' CYCLE, B4. 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 DO 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. P POWELL, T"-2ei1' -1- A COACH BUILDER, COMMERCIAL HALL, FRODSHAM ST., CHESTER. Established over 40 Years. Estimates Given. MOTOR CARS REPAIRED, RE PAINTED AND RE UPHOLSTERED IN BEST STYLE. EXECUTORS OF THE LATE EDWARD WILLIAMS i' HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS, DECORATORS, PLUMBERS, &c.. 33, NICHOLAS ST., CHESTER. 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, PLAIN AND DECORATIVE HOUSE PAINTERS, CHURCH DECORATORS, GILDERS, Sign Writers, Paperhangers. Office: 64, FOREGATE ST CHESTER ESTABLISHED 1859. Tel. 26Y1. To Dundalk and County Louth Men, and Others, IN AND ABOUT CHESTER. CARROLL'S TyjNDALK "PREMIER "COIL TOBACCO Can be had in CHESTER from MR. CRAWFORD SPENCE, 127, FOREGATE STREET. SUPPORT IRISH MANUFACTURE. RENOVATING AND RE-MODELLING OF FURS A • BROWN & CO. MERCERS, CHESTER. SEALSKIN and other FUR COATS STOLES, NECKLETS and MUFFS, RENOVATED or RE MODELLED INTO LATEST STYLES FOR THE COMING WINTER. SPECIAL QUOTATIONS for Orders given before busy season. I. E. EWEN, Hosier, Glover & Shirtmaker. EVERY REQUISITE FOR SCHOOL OUTFITS. IN LARGE VARIETY AND MODERATE PRICES. Boys' Unshrinkable FLANNEL SHIRTS. Boys Vv HITE SHIRTS, in all sizes. Boys' ESI S and DRAWERS, in Natural Wool and Merino. BOYS' PYJAMA SUITS. Boys' SCHOOL RUGS and DRESSING GOWNS. Boys' SOCKS, SCARFS, COLLARS, BRACES, GLOVES, UMBRELLAS. BRIDGE STREET ROW. J. DEL AWT 38, NOKTHGATE STREET, CHESTER, TAILOR, WOOLLEN DRAPER AND JL GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER. LADIES GARMENTS in the Newest Designs. RIDING BREECHES, LEGGINGS & KNICKERBOCKERS. A SPECIALITY. Sole Agents for the Invertfere MOTORING. DRIVING, RIDING or WALKING COAT, for Chester and district. DAWSON & WEST, PAWNBROKERS, JEWELLERS, CLOTHIERS, AND COMPLETE nouse FURNISHERS. Cash Advanced to any amount on Gold and Silver Plate, Jewellery, Furniture, Pianos and Organs, Fur". Carpets, &nd on all portable property. Parcels by Post receive prompt attention cash by return. Private Pledge Office. NOTE ADDRIISS- 54 & 56, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER. -D 14 14/ Handsome solid dark i Walnut BEDROOM SUITE, coo¡prising 4ft. Wardrobe with two f fuVll length bevelled robing mirrors, l&re hanging c )mparttEe?t and bat drawer, carved door and centre panel; Dressing Table with long centre glass and two side mirrors, and fancy rrirror doors to small cupboards, two small drawers and two large drawers Wash- stand with coloured marble slab and marble back, double chamber cupboard and towel rail, and two chairs all made of solid walnut and oak lined throughout. The lot complete, 14 guineas. -OQ 1?/-PARLOUR SUITE, upbol- ￼ ￼ 1_ stered in best quality chenille saddlebags, comprising couch, pair of large easies and four small chairs spring seats and padded backs; solid birch frames, nicely cirved polished walnut. OO/A^—Strong, useful, Commode CHAIR, Vf in solid birch; high back, with arms, pan, &c, com plete. Cheap. <?0/? E?cn—Useful Kitchen COUCHES, ?€?/ Y? upholstered in Crockett's best quality leather cloth carved back, solid wood bot- toms; polished walnut colour. SOFAS, same make, 32s. Gd. each. Uj 1). A SQUARE YARD-A few lengths of 1[1-*2 good quality Bedroom OILCLOTH, floral and tile pattern; laid and delivered free. jO/? C\f — Very neat Dewing room 0<&?< Cabinet and small china CUP- BOARD, with lead-light doors, cupboard underneath and side shelves for ornaments, bevelled mirrors in back, carved doors nicely pohshed, and finished in best style. -I K/ ft-New style PIANO STOOL, box in JL?F/? top for Liusic; upholstered in red troche velvet; polished walnut colour. OA ^'ne Dining-room SIDE- Xgo BOARD in solid dark walnut, 5ft. wide 7ft. high, with large bevelled mirror in back, two pillars each side, two drawers, and two large cupboards fitted with eellarette bronze copper handles, shelves for ornaments; thoroughly well made and finished; nicely polished. A bargain. OP^/ft-New style PUSH-CART in fancy ? W ? bgbt cane, painted light colour oak sbafts; on strap spnngs. K?/?—?cra large size CHEST <?t???? < JL?/? OF DRAWERS, three large and two small drawers, twisted pillars each side thoroughly well made; polished mahogany or walnut lever locks on each drawer. Very cheap. "1 Q IF\ KACH—Genuine Axminster RUGS, 1 6iil/1/ large size; assorted patterns with fringe. Smaller sizes from 6s. 6d. each. G) I — Useful piece of Furniture for <?'?< ?t/ Kitchen; White Top DRESSER with six large drawers all oak grained. HQ—Solid dark Walnut Hat and Umbrella c!?? STAND, beveHed centre mirror, brush box, bronze copper hooks well made. "i O/ft—Large size SKIN RFGS, grey, 1- O bordered good quality. QO/tf—Handsome all solid brass FIRE 68UITE, comprising 4ft. kerb with dogs attached, and full set of brasses and stop. All goods delivered Free town or country. TT AIR u COMBINGS MADE UP, 2 PER OZ. COVERLETTE I TAILS OF 1 I FCRO* HAIR FRAMES, PURE /6 From 3/S each. H A I R, 0/0 T. SEALES BROWN, 3, LEECE-ST. (Car Station), LIVERPOOL. THE BONE PHOSPHATE AND — CHEMICAL CO., Ltd., CASTLE WORKS, FLINT, N.W., PAY THE BEST PRICES FOR Butchers and other Collected BONES. EITHER FREE ON RAIL OR DELIVERED AT THEIR WORKS. P&rticulars on application to MANAGER.