rai<EP?ioKE 222. SPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES, M FIELD AND OPERA GLASSES. BAROMETERS AND THERMOMETERS. WALKING STICKS. UMBRELLAS & SUNSHADES. J. D. SlDDAlI, OPTICIAN TO THE INFIRMARY THE CROSS, CHESTER. REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. Umbrellas a.nd Sunshades Re-covered in all newest colours. LANTERNS & SLIDES ON SALE OR HIRE. Oxygen and Coal Gas in Cylinders.
THOS. WELSBY & CO. WINE MERCHANTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. CLARET,OCK, CHAMPAGNE, &c. Light, cam .Uy-selected Wines, suitable for orcbnary use .ud w'nter entertainments, from veryJ modera.te prices. SHERRY, CLARET, BURGUNDY, PORT, &c. Fine Dinner and After-Dinner Wines of choice growths and vintages. » OLD SCOTCH & IRISH WHISKIES from the most noted distiiieries. TELEPHONE 41. Telegrams: WELSBY, CHESTER."
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. OTALTY THEATRE, L CHESTER. Proprietor-MR. MILTON BODE. Resident Maiiager-CHAS. E. S. McLEOD. AN ESTABLISHED SUCCESS. MILTON BODE'S FIRST ANNUAL PANTOMIME, "C I NDERELLA," Written by STANLEY ROGERS. TO-NIGHT and Every Evening until further notice. MATINEES every Wednesday and Saturday, at 2 p.m. The most brilliant combination of artists ever seen in Chester. House full nightly, hundreds un- able to procure admission. Doors open at 7.15, commencing at 7.30 p.m. Matinees Doors open at 1.45, commencing at 2 p.m. Early doors half-an-hour earlier, 6d. extra to all parts. Box: plan now open at the Theatre, and at HERBKRT ELLIS', 71, Foregate-street, from 11 to 4 p.m. Theatre Telephone, No. 271. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH. RHONDDA ROYAL GLEE SOCIETY (WINNERS OF THE FIRST PRIZE AT PARIS EXHIBITION, 1900). SEE NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE FOR FULL PARTICULARS. QHESTER VOLUNTEER BALL. The ANNUAL BALL (in augmentation of the Funds of the Chester Artillery and Rifle Volunteers) will take place at the GROSVENOR HOTEL, on THURSDAY, the 17th of JANUARY, 1901. PATRONS. His Grace the Duke of Westminster The Marquis of Ormonde, K.P. Lord Stalbridge The Earl of JEnniskillen Sir Philip Grey-Egerton The Worshipful the Mayor of Chester His Honour Judge Sir Horatio Lloyd Major-General Swaine, C.B.C.M.G. Maior-General Adair Colonel Marshall, C.B. Lieut.-Colonel G. T. Miller Lieut.-Ccrtonel Harwood Cope Colonel Evans Lloyd Colonel Cotton-Jodrell Hon. Colonel A. Fluitt, C.V.B.C.R. W- Wvnne Ffoulkes, Esq. Henry Tollemache, Esq., M.P. PATRONESSES. The Marchioness of Ormonde The Countess of Enniskillen Lady Stalbridge Lady Lettice Grosvenor Lady Olivia Fitz Patrick Lady Grey-Egerton The Honourable Mrs. Piers Egerton-Warburton The Honourable Mrs. Cecil Parker The Honourable Mrs. Trelawny, Shotwick Park The Mayoress of Chester (Mrs. H. T. Brown) Mrs. Adair, 7, Stanley-place Mrs. Barker, Llynder, Kossett Mrs. Frances Barnston, Chorlton Lodge, Malpas Mrs. Barnston, Crewe Hill, Farndon Mrs. Bonnalie, Brook Lodge Mrs. J. G. Churton, Manor House, Neston Mrs. Harwood Cope, Broxton Mrs. Cotton-Jodrell, Reaseheath Hall, Northwich Mrs. Courtenay, 98, Watergate Flags Miss Cunliffe, Acton Park, Wrexham Mrs. Ambrose Dixon, Christleton Bank Mrs. T. H. Dixon, The Clappers, Gresford Mrs. Dixon, Astle Hall, Chelford Mrs. James Dickson, Upton House Mrs. Johnson Dickson, Mayfield Mrs. W. A. Dickson, Newton Villa Mrs. George Dickson, Springfield Miss Dub:e, Hunter-street Miss Elliott, 24, Nicholas-street Mrs. Forestier- Walker, Rock Mount, Upton Park Mrs. Gibbons Frost, Mollington Banastre Mrs. Fluitt, Abbey Green Mrs. J. M. Frost, Dee Lodge Mrs. Chas. Gamon, The Woodlands, Ledsham Mrs. J. Percival Gamon, Ash Grove Mrs. Gilbert, 5, Stanley-place Mrs. Hamilton, 16, White Friars Mrs. Johnson Houghton, Westwood, Neston Mrs. C. E. Hope, Bank House, Burton, Neston Mrs. Harrison, Stanley Villas, Runcorn Miss Humberston, Newton Hall Mrs. Townshond lnoe, The Hall, Obriatlefcou Mrs. King, 26, Nicholas-street Mrs. Kay, Davenham Hall, Northwich Miss Kelsall, Abbot's Court Mrs. Kendall, Thornycroft, Queen's Park Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Salters Well, Tarporley Mrs. E. Honoratus Lloyd, 69, Courtfield Gardens, S.W. Mrs. Wilford N. LLoyd, Eccleston Hill Mrs. Hurleston Leche, Carden Park Mrs. Marshall, Wargrave Hill, Berks Mrs. Meredith, 3, Abbots Hayes Mrs. Edward Powell, Oak Bank, Hoole Mrs. Potts, 12, Nicholas-street Mrs. Park-Yates, Ince Hall Mrs. John Rogers, 84, Watergate-street Mrs. W. Rogers, 100, Watergate Flags Mrs. B. C. Roberts, Oakfield Mrs. A. O. Read, Kenwyn, Dee Banks Mrs. Roberts, Kingslee, Farndon Mrs. E. W. Swetenham, 2, Sandown Terrace Mrs. A. M. Skelsey, Wepre Hall, Connah's Quay Mrs. Lyle Smyth, Barrowmore Mrs. Swaine, Government House Mrs. Swetenham, Moston Hall Mrs. Sydney SchifE, Newbold Mrs. J. R. Thomson, Bank House Mrs. Threlfall, Tilston Lodge, Tarporley Mrs. Welsford, Hoole House Mrs. W. Wtlsby, Curzon Park Mrs. Whitlock, Lumley-road Mrs. Wood, Bodlondeb, Conway Mrs. Yerburgh, Woodfold Park, Blackburn m. STEWARDS. xne umcers of the 1st C. and C.V.A. The Officers of the 2nd V.B.C. Regt. George S. Bonnalie, Esq. Douglas Dobie, Esq. Lieut.-Col. R. C. Drury Major Fountain, R.A. T. G. Frost, Esq. J. G. Frost, Esq. J. M. Frost. Esq. A. K. Tyrer, Esq. A. Sharpe, Esq. Maior Meredith, R.E. R. A. Yerburgb, Esq., M.P. R. Shand, Esq. S. G. Sharpe, Esq. F. Skipwith, Esq. E. W. Swetenham, Esq. Capt. D. Brodie Thomas J. R. Thomson, Esq. Capt. C. E. Forestier- Walker, R.A. R. T. Wickham, Esq. Capt. Wright H. H. Swetenham, Esq. The Band will be supplied by Mr. R. JOHNSON, Manchester. Dancing to commence at Nine o'clock. Lady's Ticket, 8/6; Gentleman's Ticket, 10/6. Donations may be sent to, and Tickets obtained from, Lieut. V. H. DICKSON, Drill Hall, Chester; Mr. A. BLAYNKY, Messrs. PHILLIPSON & GOLDER, Messrs. MINSHULL & MEESON, Booksellers and at the HOTEL. T. J. SMITH, Col. 2nd (Earl of Chester's) V.B.C. Regt. WILFORD N. LLOYD, Col. 1st C. & C.V. Artillery. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EXCURSIONS will run as under:— -EJ SATURDAY and. MONDAY, January 19 and 21, to LONDON for 2, 5 or 7 days, from CHESTER, &c. Tickets, bills and pamphlets can be obtained at the Stations. J. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. THE CHESTER UNITED GAS COMPANY. THE Company have on view in their Show JL Rooms the Winter Stock of GAS FIRES By the principal Manufacturers, including all the latest improvements. Special Attention is drawn to the New Patterns of DRAWING ROOM FIRES, which will be found most artistic and suited to all requirements. BEDROOM AND NURSERY FIRES should be fitted up at once to provide against cold weather. A special feature in these is the attachment of a Boiling Burner on top. This is invaluable, especially in case of sickness. HALLS, CORRIDORS, &c., Can be heated by means of REFLECTOR STOVES which will be found economical and easily regulated. SB OPS, OFFICES, Ac. Thq Company have a large and varied STOCK OF STOVES suitable for Shops, &c., very cheerful in appearance, and constructed for uao without flue pipe. INCANDESCENT GAS BURNERS. The Company have also on, view the New Patterns of Incandescent Burner, with a selection of New Shades, Globes, and novel Self-lighting arrangement. Further particulars can be obtained on applica- tion, and Fitters will be sent free of charge to examine and furnish estimates. SHOW ROOMS AND OFFICES, CUPPIN STREET. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY THE PRINCE AND OF WALES. R. BOLLAND & SONS CONFECTIONERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 1ST CLASS RESTAURANT. I CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM. WINES AND SPIRITS. COFFEE. CIGARS. BOLLAND'S TURTLE SOUP (prepared from fresh Turtle). CALVES' FEET JELLY. Highly recommended for Invalids. WEDDING CAKES. As supplied to the Royal Family. All Silel kept in stock. Illustrated Catalogues Gratis Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions. CYCLISTS CATERED FOE. Customers' Cycles Stored without charqe. TELEGRAMS: "BOLLANDS, CHESTER." TELEPHONE,37. CULLEN'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL V_Y AND FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT, ST. PETER'S CHURCHYARD, THE CROSS, CHESTER. BREAKFASTS, LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, TEAS, SUPPERS. WELL-APPOINTED BEDROOMS. WINES, SPIRITS, CIGARS, &c.. OF THE BEST QUALITY. A TABLE D'HOTE LUNCHEON DAILY. From 12.30 till 2.30. Soup, Fish, Joints, Sweets, Cheese & Salad. Is. 6d. No extra charges. S. S. CULLEN, Proprietor. (Late of the Grosvenor Hotel.) PUBLIC NOTICES. CITY AND COUNTY BOROUGH OF CHESTER. MARRIAGE OF HIS GRAGE THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER AND MISS CORNWALLIS-WEST. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a MEETING will be held at the TOWN HALL, CHESTER, on MONDAY, the 14th JANUARY instant, at 12 o'clock (noon), to consider what should be done in view of the forthcoming auspicious event. The attendance of all citizens desirous of co-operating is invited. HENRY THOS. BROWN, Mayor. Towu Hall, Chester, 8th January, 1901. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18th, AT 8 O'CLOCK, MR. FREDERIC VILLIERS, i L Special War Artist and Correspondent to the Illustrated London News and other papers will deliver a LECTURE, entitled KRUGER AND KHAKI, Illustrated by 200 LIMELIGHT VIEWS taken during the actual fighting and not yet published. GEN. SWAINE HAS KINDLY CONSENTED TO INTRODUCE THE LECTURER. Reserved Seats, 2/6; West Gallery and Second Seats, 1/6; Side Galleries and Back Seats, 1/ Upper Gallery, 6d. DOORS OPEN AT 7.30. Plan and Tickets at Messrs. PHILLIPSON and GOLDER'S. GOSPEL TEMPERANCE MISSION AT VT SALTNEY. 1 TENNYSON SMITH, T ENNYSON SMITH, The renowned Temperance Reformer will (D.v.) deliver his THRILLING LECTURES IN THE LECTURE HALL, SALTNEY, ON FRIDAY, 11TH, & SATURDAY, 12TH, AT 7.30, AND ON SUNDAY, AT 3 & 8 O'CLOCK. Admission Free (with collection). SPECIAL & FAREWELL NIGHT, MONDAY, JAN. 14TH. THE GREAT TRIAL OF ALCOHOL. Chairman: REV. T. P. DIMOND HOGG, M.A., Vicar, Judge Prosecuting Council: MR. TENNYSON SMITH. Defending Council: F. HORATIO LLOYD, Esq., Solicitor. A Jury of local gentlemen will be empanelled to try the case. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. Programmes and all particulars may be obtained from Rev. R. DOBSON, 28, St. Mark's-lane, Saltney. CHESTER CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. THE 67TH ANNIVERSARY —- WILL BE CELEBRATED ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 16, 1901, WHEN A PUBLIC MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE TOWN HALL. Chairman: BERESFORD ADAMS, ESQ. SPEAKERS: THE REV. E. COLLETT, M.A. (Rector of Hughley, Shrewsbury); W. S. CAINE, M.P. (London); Deputation of the U.K.A., and others. A Collection will be taken in aid of the Society's Funds. Doors open at 7.15, commence at 8. J. H. SPENCER. } H S. W. E. WILLIAMS, S CHAS. BAILEY, Gen. Sec. & Agent. rpHE SPEEDY COMING OF OUR LORD, I INVOLVING THE FATE OF NATIONS, And the Interests of the Church and the World. FOUR PUBLIC LECTURES, Upon the above subjects, will be delivered in the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEWGATE STREET, CHESTER, ON MONDAY EVENINGS, JAN. 7, 14, 21 & 28, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. Christian people of alltdenominations are invited. Admission Free. 8521 SPIRITU ALISM. ON SUNDAY, January 13th, at 2.45 and 6-30 p.m., at the MASONIC HALL, QUEEN. STREET, Chester, TRANCE ADDRESSES will be delivered by celebrated Medium. Clairvoyant descriptions of Spirit People will be given at each meeting. All are welcome. Collections. NATIONAL HEALTH SOCIETY (CHESTER BRANCH). MISS CURWEN, i ￼ N Lecturer and Medallist National Health Society, Associate Sanitary Institute, will give a POPULAR LECTURE AT THE NEWGATE-ST. ASSEMBLY ROOM, ON MONDAY, JAN. 14, AT 8 P.M., UPON "OUR HIDDEN FOES." Illustrated by Lime-light Pictures (Lantern by Mr. J. D. Siddall). HENRY STOLTERFOTH, ESQ., M.A., M.D., IN THE CHAIR. ADMISSION Is., 6D. AND 3D. A Course of Six Lectures, at 3 p.m. on Tuesdays, beginning the 15th January, will be given by Miss CURWEN, at St. Martin's Room, Nicholas-street, upon Food and its Adulterations, or The Art of Living." Admission 5s. the Course, or Is. a Single Lecture. At 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, beginning the 15th Jan., a Course of Six Lectures on Hygiene," with the option of an examination at the end, will also be given by Miss CURWEN at St. Martin's Room. Admission 3s. 6d. the Course, or 9d. a Single Lecture. Subscribers of -01 Is. and upwards, admitted Free to all Lectures given by the Branch. HEWITT'S FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. RICHARD JONES' GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. UNUSUAL REDUCTIONS IN FURNISHING DRAPERY. WINTER CURTAINS. Special Line in Striped Winter CURTAINS 2/9i Pef Pa'r Striped Winter CURTAINS from 4/9, 5/11, 8/11, to 21/- per pair Special Line to clear in Heavy Wool CURTAINS, 3i yards long, H/9. Usual Price, 16/6 Tapestry and Chenille TABLE COVERS, 2 yards square, all reduced, > from 4/11, 5/11, 6/11, 7/11, to 1:2/6 Down QUILTS in Turkey Chintz, 5ft. x 6ft. 12/3 and IF/II 5, „ Sateen, 5ft. x 6ft. 12/11. 14/6, to £ OA- Sateen Frilled, 5ft. x 6ft. 17/9, 20/6 Large Stock of White and Ecru Nottingham Lace CURTAINS, 3 yards long, reduced to 1/4t.. 1/92, 2/3 and 3/6 per pair 3i yards long, reduced to 3/6, 4/6, 4/11, 5/6, 5/11, and 6/11 per pair Soiled CURTAINS, all greatly reduced. Guipure d'Art Lace CURTAINS. Real Swiss Embroidered CURTAINS. All reduced. Frilled Lockstitch Lace MUSLIN, White and Ecru, double width, 1/2, l/4 £ and 1/9t per yard DOOR RODS, all Brass 1/lli to 3/111 50, 52, 54 & 56, BRIDGE-STREET, CHESTER. I CHESTER BANKS. WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY. THE BANKS IN CHESTER NOW CLOSE ON WEDNESDAY IN EACH WEEK AT 12.30 INSTEAD OF ON FRIDAY AT 1 O'CLOCK AS HERETOFORE. X V BUSINESS HOURS 10 TO 3. WEDNESDAY, 10 TO 12-30. SATURDAY, 10 TO 4. GREAT CENTURY SALE OF „ DRAPERY, STATIONERY AND BOOTS, COMMENCES TO-DAY (SATURDAY) JAN. 12. D E N S 0 N S GREAT CENTURY SALE OF DRESS FABRICS, MILLINERY, MANTLES, FURNISHING DRAPERY, HOUSEHOLD LINEN, LACES, GLOVES, HOSIERY, UMBRELLAS, IN FACT EVERY ARTICLE THROUGHOUT THE ESTABLISHMENT WILL BE CLEARED AT A GREAT REDUCTION. SEND FOR 40 PAGE CATALOGUE FOR FULL PARTICULARS. 9, 11 & 13, NORTHGATE ROW, CHESTER. "CESTRIAN" MODEL IRON FRAMED PIANOFORTES. WARRANTED FOR 10 YEARS. FROM 10/6 PER MONTH. THE FINEST PIANOFORTES IN THE MARKET. TO BE OBTAINED ONLY FROM- HERBERT ELLIS, 119 FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. OLD PIANOFORTES RENOVATED AND REPAIRED. FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ESTABIASHED 1675. ESTIMATES FREE. ESTABLISHED 1875. EDWIN LLOYD, FAMILY GROCER, FRENCH & ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMAN, 13. BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER, Is now receiving continual Supplies of Seasonable Delicacies, namely- THE CELEBRATED SCOTCH HADDOCK, LOCH FYNE KIPPERS. HAM CURED HERRINGS. PALETHORPE'S TOMATO & CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGE. COOKE'S FRESH CREAM. FRESH BUTTER AND EGGS. I Daily Arrival of all kinds FRSII FRUITS, GRAPES, LEMONS, ORANGES,"TOMATOES, &c NEW WALNUTS, KENT COB NUTS, &c. PERSONAL AND PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. GUEST & WARDLE, CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, 12, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER, Have just secured a Manufacturing Stock of DRAWING-ROOM SUITES in Inlaid Woods, Dark MH,.il:g.y .dwG.R1.EAtT, LY REDUCED PRICES. and are Mahogany and WGaRlnEuAt, TLY REDUCED PRICES. an d are offering same at Dark MAHOGANY SUITES, in Silk Tapestry, £5. Beautiful INLAID SUITES, in Silk Tapestry, £ 6 10/ SEE WINDOWS FOR SAMPLE SUITES. Xmas Presents, useful & beautiful, at the Lowest Possible Prices. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY RAILWAY STATION. CARPETS. LINOLEUMS. BLINDS. CABINET FACTORY QUEEN STREET. TELEPHONE 236B. TELEPHONE 236. WEAR HOME-MADE BOOTS. THE ONLY ESTABLISHMENT WHERE THEY ARE ALL MADE ON THE PREMISES, AND SPECIAL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO EVERY DESCRIPTION OF BESPOKE ORDERS J. GUCKENHEIM, 30, WATERGATE STREET, CHESTER. REPAIRS DONE ON THE PREMISES AND SOLES SEWN ON. 1- VISIT THE I FOR VALUE, STYLE AND QUALITY. PIONEERI COMPLETE FURNISHING STORES, 9 TO 19, BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL. 50 SHOW ROOMS. THREE FURNISHED HOUSES SHEWN COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES FREE. FINEST SHOW OUT OF LONDON. All Purchases of 40/- and upwards are Delivered Free to any Railway Station in Great Britain. E. DALE, CHESTER AND X??/? CARNARVON, /\?X /?< *?* FOB C"? v?/ HIGHEST CLASS /TtaiSn™ AND ??S"' LOWEST Ulnitrated Catalogue sent Fr«« on application. COMPETITIVE PIANOS PRICES v/ From 101- Monthly IN ORGANS From 5/- Monthly ,? ? ? /? X ￼ ,X ORGANS —— ?, AV7 Ny, All Instruments Delivered Free exchanged if not approved of; and warranted for 10 years. XO > TUNING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. Orders by Post receive prompt attention. HEAD OFFICE A SHOWROOMS— 51, BRIDGE-ST. ROW, CHESTER. ) BARBER'S OLD-ESTABLISHED CHI N A ROOMS. Now Showing a Splendid Assortment of BREAKFAST, DINNER, TOILET, TEA SERVICES, AND VASES, SUITABLE FOR WEDDING PRESENTS, &c. GLASS, CHINA & CUTLERY • ON HIRE. INSPECTION INVITED. 19 5 EASTGATE STREET- CHESTER. MADAME HAMLET S W I 'NTER SALE Is now proceeding and will continue during this month. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF MADE UP GOODS WHICH INCLUDE TRIMMED MILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS, FUR-LINED CLOAKS, FUR JACKETS, COATS AND SKIRTS, DRESS MATERIALS, EMBROIDERED ROBES, SILK BLOUSES, SILK AND FLANNEL SHIRTS, FLANNEL GOWNS, UNDERCLOTHING, SILK AND MOREEN PETTICOATS, LACES, RIBBONS, GLOVES, TRIMMINGS, &c., &c. (Some of the above are marked less than half the original cost price.) SALE. SALE. SALE. APPLETON'S ANNUAL END OF SEASON AND SURPLUS STOCK SALE WILL COMMENCE ON MONDAY NEXT, JANUARY 14TH, AND CONTINUE THROUGH THE MONTH. The whole of the Stock has been revised, and re-marked at prices that must effect a speedy clearance to make room for New Season Goods. The remains of the CHRISTMAS FANCY GOODS STOCK WILL BE OFFERED AT HALF PRICE. A grand opportunity for Bazaars and Sales of Work to procure smart goods at a small price. REMNANTS AND ODDS AND ENDS OF STOCK Will be offered at merely nominal prices. FURS AT LESS THAN SUMMER PRICES. A QUANTITY OF KID GLOVES (SLIGHTLY SOILED) Will be offered at 61d., 9jd., and 1/- per:pair ALL MILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS, &c., AT CLEARING PRICES. APPLETON'S SALE, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. TELEPHONE 316. EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL STOCKTAKING SALE. W. E. LINDOP will commence his Annual Stocktaking Sale TO-DAY (SATURDAY), JAN. 12TH, 1901, and will continue until the end of the Month. Genuine Reductions in All Departments. ENTIRE STOCE OF MANTLES, JACKETS, CAPES, COSTUMES, FURS, DRESS FABRICS, BLANKETS, UMBRELLAS GLOVES, LACES, &c GENUINE REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. W. E. LINDOP, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. WINTER CLEARANCE SALE. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WINTER UNDERCLOTHING. CHILDREN'S COSTUMES, MILLINERY, FROCKS, SOILED PINAFORES, LADIES' SKIRTS, Ac., &c. ALL WINTER GOODS GREATLY REDUCED, MUST BE CLEARED. JOHN A. MATE, 19, BRIDGE-STREET ROW, CHESTER. ISAAC WILLIAMS & SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, & GAS FITTERS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. PLUMBERS' BRASS WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, Ac. Glass in all Qualities and Patterns kept in Stock. EDGAR DUTTON & SONS, COMPLETE EUNERAL FURNISHERS J* AND COACH PROPRIETORS, 30, FRODSHAM-STREET, CHESTER, are prepared to supply Funerals Cheaper than any other firm in the City, E. D. & Sons having purchased a Select Stock of BELGIAN HORSES, splendid Glass and Closed HEARSES, MOURNING COACHES, and BROUGHAMS. Private Broughams supplied for Infants' Funerals. E. D. & Sons take the ENTIRE MANAGE- MENT OF FUNERALS, in Town or Country, with due regard to Economy and Taste. Coffins made and delivered in Town or Country at a few hours' notice. All Coffins made on the Premises by Practical Workmen. [Infants' Funerals complete with a Pair-horse Comb from 16s.] Hearses, Broughams, & Wedding Equipages on Hire at Moderate Charges. The Trade supplied with every Requisite. PRIVATE ADDRESSEE 12, UNION WALK, adjoining Stables and t WELLFIELD HOUSE, NEWTON. TELEPHONE 269. a (IEORGE EDWARDS, R EGISTERED PLUMBER, 100 & 102, BOUGHTON, CHESTER. Gas Fitter, Lead Light Manufacturer, &c. OVERCOATS. OVERCOATS. OVEKOOATS. FOR THE BEST VALUE IN Boys', Youths' & Men's Overcoats AXD THE NEWEST PATTERNS & LATEST STYLES go TO T. G. B URRELL'S, 119, FOREGATE-ST., CHEhTEB, And you will not be disappointed. A Grand New Stock to select from and to suit All Classes. Boys' Navy Reifer Coats, 2,6, 3.6, 4/6, 5/6, 6/6, 7/6 Boys' Chester Overcoats, small sizes, from 3/11 to 12 6 Youths' Single and Double Breasted Over- coats, strong useful cloths, all colours, 7/6 to 21/- Youths' Talma Overcoats, best make and finish, velvet collar, 18 6, 19 n, 21/ 23,6, 25/ 27/6 Men's Chester Overcoats, velvet collar, 17/11, 21/ 25/ 30/ 351- Men's D.B. Munster Overcoats, good useful coat for hard wear, 18/6, 21/ 221 /6' 25/ 30/- Men's Teck Overcoats, in Black, Blue and New Grey, single & double breasted, very best cut and finish, 25, 2716, 30/ 35/ 37/6, 42/- A grand stock of Covert Coats and Rain- proof Coats, from 18/6 to 30/- Gents' Mackintoshes, 20/ 25 6, 27/6, 30/ 35j:, IN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF MATERIALS FOR Men's Overcoats to measure, from 251- Men's Suits „ „ 35/- Men's Trousers „ „ lo/C Men's Felt and Silk Hats, Caps, Ties, Braces, Winter Hosiery, Socks and Stockings, Oxford, Grandrill, Union and Wool Shirts. See our Windows & compare value T. G. BURRELL. 119, FOREGATE STREEF, CHESTER. I. E. EWEN, HOSIER, GLOVER & SHIRTSIAKEE. THE ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING SALE WILL BEGIN OX SATURDAY, JANUARY 12TH, WHEN GREAT BARGAINS WILL BE OFFERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. BRIDGE-STREET ROW. Miss EDDY & OWEN, WATERGATE STREET, HAVE A CHOICE SELECTION OF AUTUMN & WINTER MILLINERY Where the Latest Novelties are to be seen. T A DIES' HAIR COMBINGS, '— MADE UP 2 PER oz. WEAR THE ") ￼ IMMOVABLE I P, SCALPETT E. ? I ￼ -)Fnm OF ro IPOEEHAIEJ ?° T. SEALES BROWN, 3, LEECE STREET. LIVERPOOL. TeLephone 204. T. H. BANKS, FURNITURE REMOVER (ROAD OB RAIL) AND GENERAL CARTER. COAL AND GRAVEL MERCHANT. Depdt for Hilton, Anderson, Brooks & Co.'e LONDON PORTLAND CEMENT (Ingram and Clarke, Agents). | Office: 5, ST. WERBURGH'S MOUNT, CHESTER. JJOLAND DAWSON, 46 & 48, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER, AND 1 & 2, WHITE HORSE YARD, PAWNBROKER, JEWELLER AND CLOTHIER, DEALER IN FURNITURE, JEWELLERY, SILVSB AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, PIANOS, FURS, CARPETS, BASSINETTES, &c. Cash Advanced to any amount on any of the above class of Goods. O/? ~i ^/—Strong serviceable SITTING- <??? ][0 ROOM SUITE, heavy frames; upholstered in leather; spring seats. 25/- Unredeemed. Child's beautifully en- graved solid IL VEtt KNIFE and FORK and SPOON, in case. Never been used. 00 K /—Just forfeited. Almost new, com- <?/?< <?/ plete with tools, &c., HAND SEWING MACHINE. Latest patents; cost double. 7//? To 21 A SET.-Large stock of TOILET ? ? SERVICE; perfect. as new. Gent's SAFETY <?? ? JL?/ BICYCLE, scarcely used; very light, good tyres, rat-trap pedals. 21/-Pair of Long-range FIELD GLASSES, in ??J?/ leather case. I M4 18/6-Grand Second-hand Solid Xa 4 18/NJ 31abogany BOO!?-ASE, stands 7ft. 6in. high by 4ft. plate glass doors, moveable shelves. Would make china cup- board. 6^1 I—Magnificent lar?e-size Grey SKIN RUG, ?JL/ lined and wadded. ?*? ?/—New style BOX OTTOMAN tor C?/? ?/ bedroom beautifully upholstered in cretonne, cushion head, spring seat. 12/6-Lady's beautiful SILK UMBRELLA, 1 4m! ? gold mounted handle. ￼ "1 —Large size solid OAK <??L? JL?/? DINING TABLE, with two extra leaves; telescope. Very strong; polished. 22/6-Forfeited. Long-range Single-barrelled BREECHLOADER. O I—Excellent solid Walnut COUCH <??<? JL?/ and four CHAIRS, in really good condition; upholstered in ruby plush. ^^6) l £ \—Capital eight-day Striking CLOCK: mmilmil plain, distinct dial. A perfect time- keeper a 15 year warranty given. OQ "j fd_*—Beautifully finished Solid <??<L? JLO/?) Mahogany S1DEBOAKD, with high back canopy top; hand carved panels. 32/6-Pretty CURB BRACELET, set with <D?</ ?? Turquoise and Pearls. Q-l ~t K" /—Thoroughly well-made BED- O'?JL? -LO/ ROOM SUITE, n satin walnut, comprising convenient-size wardrobe, with full length bevelled robing mirror pair of enclosed tables, new style chairs, towel rail, &c. ￼ A YARD.—Roll of BEDROOM CARPET, I/ I 36 inches wide reversible. 14/6 A PAIR.—Unredeemed. Three pairs of Pure Wool Cloth BLANK ETS. ￼ 6) £ £ — Handsome New Design OWU -L?/?) OVERMANTEL; a:J b"st bevelled plates heavy solid frame. "I f/tt-Splendid GROUP OF BIRDS, under 10t/ vJ glass shade. £2 O £ *—New Pattern B A S S I lO/ O NETTE, reversible hood: I two handles, false bottom, strap springs very light. Uia Lovely Black French MERINO I DUESS LENGTH, 6 yards dob1û. I 3 lO/-StroDg made Pair of Enclosed 0?? -L?/ BEDROOM TABLES, stained I mahogany, with extra large dressing glass attached. Have had little wear. OO ~6 Capihl Second hand Light 0?€? ??/ SHANDRY suit cob 14 to 15 I hands; in exop'?iit condition complete with cushions, &. A bargain.