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T I c! TIC!! rjUC! NEURALGIA REMEDY. The first dose relieves and a bottle cures, thus ensilring a quiet night's rest. 9D. AND Is. 6D. PER BOTTLE. PEARSON & BARTON, LTD., THE CASH CHEMISTS, BROOK STREET. CHESTER.
ITHOS. WELSBY & CO. WINE MERCHANT. BRIDGE STREET, CiiKST&ft. Light, carefully-selected WINES for o.d^ary use, from very moderate prices. Choice WINES of the best Vintages for special occasions. Fine OLD SCOTCH WHISKIES, 36; 42/ 44/ and 48/- per do^eu. Agents for- Moet & Chandon's CHAMPAGNES. Francis Falkner's IRISH WHISKY. Bass & Co. s ALES. Anglo-Bavarian Brewery.
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. 0 YA LT Y THEATRE, CHESTER. Proprietor-MR. MILTON BODE. Resident Manager—CHAS. E. S. McLEOD. LAST TWO PERFORMANCES. MATINEE TO-DAY (SATURDAY), FEB. 16, at 2 p.m. MILTON BODE'S Gorgeous PANTOMIME, "ALADDIN," Written by Stanley Rogers. Direct from the Theatre Royal, Dublin. FULL COMPANY OF EIGHTY. TUB LARGEST AND MOST EXPENSIVE COMPANY EVER SEEN IN CHESTER. Beautiful Scenery and Dresses. John Tiller's Diamond Troupe of Eight Lady Dancers. Doors open at 7.15, commencing 7.30 p.m. Matinee: Doors open 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 HERBERT ELLIS', 71. Foregate-street, from 11 to 4 p.m. Theatre Telephone, No. 271. MONDAY NFXT, Feb. 18th, for Six Nights, JOHN LEOPOLD'S No. 1 COMPANY, F R I V 0 L I T Y .» CHESTER GLEE CLUB. THE ANNUAL SOIREE WILL BE HELD AT THE TOWN HALL, ON TUESDAY, 12TH MARCH, 1901. DANCING 8-30 TO 2-30. TICKETS :-Gentlemen's, 3/6 Ladies', 3/ from Mr. DELANY, Northgate-street, and other Trades- men; or any of the Committee. UPTON-BY-CHESTER AND DISTRICT PLOUGHING SOCIETY. MATCH AT BLACON HALL— k?t- On account of the Frost, the DATE of this Match IS ALTERED to WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH, Entries closing 23rd instant. Particulars, &c., from FRED. T. HOLLAND, Hon. Sec., Lord Raglan Inn, Chester. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. FI?R>AY' February 25, a 2, 5 or 7 days' 0N EXCURSION to LONDON will run from &c. Tickets, bills and pamphlets can be obtained at the stations. J. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. c HESHIRE L INES. WATERLOO COURSING MEETING. On WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, February 20th, 21st, and 22nd, 1901, CHEAP TICKETS will be issued to ALTCAR and HILL- HOUSE (adjoining the Course), as under:— Fares for the Double From Times of Journey same Starting. day only. a.m. "1 First Third CHESTER (Northgate)dep. 6 35 I Class. Class Mouldsworth 7 2 ¡ Delamere 7 11 ) Cuddington 7 16 y 71- 3/6 Hartford & (ireoi.oa.nk 7 23 Northwjch 7 30 KnutsiVirJ „ 7 50 Peel „ 8 0 j The Spe<«iil Train will return from Altcar and Hillhoiise iiOuut half-an-houc after the Coursing is fini ailed «a.cli dixy. For iull particulars-see bills. DAVID MELDRUM, Manager. Central (jtation, Liverpool, February, 1901. FCIL> U CATION AL "1 I' I ,00" 37, WHITE FRIARS. SCHOOL FO? GIRLS & Kindergarten. ?.? Principe: 'MRS. T. J. POWLL. H?LF- TERM March 5th. 8864 AliBO 1" MOUNT, CHESTER. SCHOOL FOR GiHLS, conducted by k3 MISS M. K. MON f GUMERY, B.A. (London) assisted by thoroughly competent Resident and Visiting Teachers. 8837 MISS F. M. MEESON, Associate -U-i- in Music of Trinity Collge, London, Silver and B onze Medallist of the London Academy of Music, Senior Royal Academy of Music, is open to give LE66UNS in the following subjects:— Piano, Theory, Harmony, Counterpoint, and Singing..Schools and Private Families attended. For Terms apply DALE'S Music hop, 51, Bridge- street Row. Lessons in Harmony and Counterpoint by Correspondence. 8557 TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON. CHESTER CENTRE. Local Examinations in Music. Practical-in the week commencing 25th March; last day of entry, 25th February. Musical Knowledge-22nd June; last day, 22nd May. Forma of entry and all par- ticulars from the local secretary, Mr. W. B. BRIERLEY, Hilbre-road, West Kirby. SHIPPING. DOMINION LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. PASSENGER SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. Feb. 21.VANCOUVER, for Portland, Me., direct. Feb. 28 ..COMM.O.N WEALTH, for Boston. Through Tickets issued to all inland points. Company's handbook of information and book of views forwarded on application. All passengers embark at the Prince's Landing Stage. For urLiier particulars apply to RICHARDS, MILLS and Co., 24, James-street, Liverpool. ORIENT LINE TO AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, TASMANIA, OALLLNU AT FfiEMANTLE FOR THE WEST AUSTRALIAN UOLDFIELDS. From LONDON & PLYMOUTH every Fortnight. MMaannaaggeerrs s F- G^'EN & CO. Mana-gers IANI)tRsuN, ANDERSON & CO. Head Offices: FENCHURUH AVENUE, LONDON For passage apply to the latter firm at 5, Fen- church Ave,ue, E.C., or at the West End Branch Office, 16, Cockspur-street, S. W. THE CHESTER UNITED GAS COMPANY- THE Company have on view in their Show i Rooms the Winter Stock of GAS FIRES By the principal Manufacturers, including all the latest improvements. .Special Attentionis 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 op at,once to provide agaisst ^sold 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. SHOPS, OFFICES, &c The Company have a large and varied STOCK OF STOVES suitableforShops, &c., very cheerful in appearance, and constructed for use without flue pipe. -_u- 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 san 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 AND H.B.H. THE PRINCE 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. VVEDDING CAKES. As supplied to the Royal Family. All Sizet kept in stock. Illustrated Catalogues Gratis Ball Suppers. Wedding- Receptions. CYCLISTS CATERED FOR. Customers' Cycles Stored without charqe. TELEGRAMS: BOLLANDS, CHESTER." TELEPHONE, 37. PUBLIC NOTICES. MRS. WATSON and Family desire to THANK their friends for their kind ex- pressions of SYMPATHY in their recent sad bereavement.-7, Princess-street. 8922 MRS. J. H. SPENCER, of 36, Brid?e- I street, desires to sincerely THANK her numerous friends for the kind expressions of loving SYMPATHY they have extended to her in her recent very sad bereavement. MR. DAVISON wishes to convey to his friends and neighbours an expression of his sincere and heartfelt THANKS for the many enquiries, letters, and messages of sympathy and condolence; also for the beautiful floral tributes which he has received in the time of his anxiety and sad bereavement, an expression in which Miss JONJ £ S is anxious to share. He is reluctantly obliged to take this means of thanking them, as their number is so great as to render an individual reply impossible. FARFIELD, CONNAH'8 QUAY, 11th February, 1901. HESTER MUSICAL SOCIETY. There are several VACANCIES in the CHORUS, especially for Altos and Basses. Names should be sent in to DR. BRIDGE, Christ Church Vicarage. CITY AND COUNTY BOROUGH OF CHESTER. MARRIAGE OF HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER JL AND MISS CORNWALLIS-WEST. ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. £ s. d. R. P. Walley 5 0 0 Harry F. Brown 2 2 0 Hubert Potts 2 2 0 Executors of Richard Jones, Bridge- street 2 2 0 J. P. Cartwright 110 Thos. Wood & Son 110 T. Bate, Kelsterton 110 Adam Richardson 1 1 0 Edward Andrews 0 10 6 A. E. Lovell 0 10 6 Ambrose Crane 0 10 6 Henry E. Crane 0 10 6 John Gardner 0 10 6 Mrs. Ellison, Watergate-street 0 10 0 J. E. Henderson. 010 0 Mrs. Morton, Crane-street 0 5 0 WM. PEERS, Honorary Secretary. Town Hall, Chester, 15th February, 1901. THIS AFTERNOON, SATURDAY, FEB. 16, MR. CARL ARMBRUSTER'S F ECTURE on Wagiter's 'PARSIFAL,, At the GROSVENOR MUSEUM, at 3 p.m. Musical and Photographic Illustrations. VOCALIST: MISS PAULINE CRAMER. DR. J. C. BRIDGE will take the Chair. ADMISSION Two and Sixpence. iN OTICE.-The Lectures recently delivered in the Assembly Room upon the Second Coming of our Lord will be followed by a Second Course of ADDRESSES, to be delivered in the CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC CHURCH, Church- street, Upper Nortbgate-street, Chester, on MONDAY EVEN-INGS, February 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th, at 7.45. All Seats Free. 8809 SPIRITUALISM. ON SUNDAY, February 17th, MISS E. A. SMITH (of Southpoit), a celebrated Clair- voyant, Trance Medium, and Psjchometrist, will conduct the Services in the MASONIC HALL, QUtiEN-STREET, at 2-45 and 6-30 p.m. All are welcome. Collections. CHESTER BENEVOLENT INSTI- TUTION, 13, GROSVENOR ROAD. The ANNUAL MEETING of the Subscribers and Friends will be held in the TOWN HALL, on MONDAY NEXT, the 18th instant, at 12 o'clock, when the attendance of all persons interested in the work of the Institution is respectfully invited. HIS HONOUR SItt HORATIO LLOYD has kindly consented to preside. Feb. 12, 1901. CHESTER & WALLASEY POLICE COURT MISSION. THE SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE .HELD IN THE TOWN HALL, CHESTER, ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEB. 22, 1901, AT THREE O'CLOCK. The Chair will be taken by THE HIGH SHERIFF OF CHESHIRE, And he will be supported by the Ven. Archdeacon of Chester, F. Eardley Wilmot, Esq., R.N. (Gen. Sec. C.E.T.S.), Col. Hamersley and J. H. Laybourne, Esq. All interested in Rescue Work and friends of the Mission are invited to attend. T. J. NASH, Hon. Sec. Duddon Old Hall, Tarporley. CHESHIRE AND NORTH: WALES J NEWSPAPER CO., LTD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Tenth Annual GENERAL MEETING of the SHARE- HOLDERS of this Company will be held at the GROSVENOR. HOTEL, CHESTER, on SATURDAY, March 2nd, 1901, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, for the purpose of receiving the Directors' Report and Balance Sheet for the year ended December 31st, 1900, and for the transaction of any other business that may be transacted at an ordinary general meeting of the Company. The TRANSFER BOOKS of the Company will be CLOSED from Wednesday, February 27th, to I Wednesday, March 6th, both days inclusive. J. A. BIRCHALL, Secretary. 8, Bridge-street, Chester. BOOT'S PURE DRUG COMPANY LTD. Six per cent. C Preference Shares, BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS (EASTERN) LTD. Six per cent. Preference Shares and Ordinary Shares (12 per cent. per ann.), BOOTS CASH OHEMISrs (WESTERNJ LTD. Six per cent. Preference Shares, BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS (LANCASHIRE) LD. _d Six per cent. Preference Shares. Tho nsual quarterly dividends on the abore wit] I be posted on the 30th March to the proprietors registered in the Companies' books on the let March. The Transfer books will be closed from the 1st March to the 8th March inclusive. JAMES HAMPSON SPENCER, DECEASED. ALL persons having CLAIMS against the above- named deceased are requested to send in their Accounts to us at once. GAMON, FARMER & CO., Solicitors, Chester. RAW for BANJO. Winning Number 15. 8948 I HEWITT'S FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. I CHARD SON "S GLASS AND CHINA STORES, 81, FOREGATE STREET. ANNUAL SALE ARE YOU OPEN FOR SOME REAL BARGAINS IN CHINA AND EARTHENWARE? IF SO, CALL AND SEE THE LINES I AM SELLING AT LESS THAN COST PRICES, TO EFFECT A CLEARANCE DURING FEBRUARY. R U DGrE- W HIT W OR XH AND ROYAL ENEIEID CYCLE SHOW, 38, BRIDGE-ST., CHESTER. SOLE AGENT FOR OSMONDS, TOWNENDS AND STARS. W M A H E R WISHES TO THANK HIS CUSTOMERS & THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL FOR PAST FAVOURS, AND BEGS TO INFORM THEM THAT HAVING SECURED THE ABOVE AGENCIES, HE IS PREPARED TO GIVE THE BEST VALUE MONEY CAN PURCHASE. AN EARLY INSPECTION IS INVITED TO THIS SHOW. ALARGE ASSORTMENT OF ACCESSORIES ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK. REPAIRS DONE ON THE PREMISES BY EXPERIENCED WORKMEN. WEAR HOME-MADE BOOTS. THE ONLY ESTABLISHMENT WHERE THEY ARE ALL MADE ON THE PREMISES, AND SPECIAL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO EVERY DESCRIPTIONOF BESPOKE ORDERS is J. GUCKENHEIM, 30, WATERGATE STREET, CHESTER. REPAIRS DONE ON THE PREMISES AND SOLES SEWN ON. A. RICHARDSON'S CHESTER MODEL IRON PIANOS ARE THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY. THEY STAN I) LIKE A ROCK. NO FICTITIOUS OR SOLICITED TESTIMONIALS, BUT THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE LOCAL REFERENCES GIVEN 21 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 15s. 2d. per Month. A. RICHARDSON'S POPULAR IRON PIANO, 14 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 10s. 6d. per Month. A. RICHARDSON'S POPULAR AMERICAN ORGAN HIGH MIRROR TOP, TWO KNEE SWELLS, 12 STOPS. 12 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 9s. 4d. per Month. INSTRUMENTS BY ALL THE HIGH CLASS MAKERS. SOLE AGENCIES: STEINWAY, BECHSTEIN, BLUTHNER, KAPS, WALDEMAR. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIGH-CLASS SECOND-HANDS AT VERY LOW PRICES. A. R I C H A R. D SON, 43, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER; AND BANK BUILDINGS, REGENT STREET, WREXHAM. TERMS: CASH ONLY. STOCK-TAKING SALE, THIS DAY & UNTIL FEB. 23. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. PIONEER COMPLETE -PIONEER" STORES, 9 TO 19, BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL. SEND FOR SALE CATALOGUE. THE INFORMATION IT CONTAINS I WILL INTEREST YOU. I NEW SPRING GOODS. GUEST & WARDLE, CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, 12, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER, SPECIAL MAKERS OF INSTITUTE & ECCLESIASTICAL FURNITURE. SATIN WALNUT & WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES, our Own Make, from £10 10s. upwards. DINING ROOM & DRAWING ROOM SUITES, in Leather, Saddlebags. and Velvet, and Moquette Velvet, from £ 7. FLOORCLOTHS. LINOLEUMS. CARPETS. REMOVALS. BEINDS MEASUREMENTS TAKEN AND ESTIMATES GIVEN FREE OF CHARGE. INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY INVITED. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID. TELEPHONE No. 236. CABINET FACTORY QUEEN STREET. 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. Daily Arrival of all kinds FRESH FRUITS, GRAPES, LEMONS, ORANGES, TOMATOES, &c. NEW WALNUTS, KENT COB NUTS, &c. PERSONAL AND PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS MUSCUL UM" BEANS. HIGHLY NUTRITIOUS AND DIGESTIBLE FOR DINNER OR SUPPER. From Grocers, in lib. or 21b. Packets Only. Beware of Imitations. E. DALE, CHESTER AND /('V/7 ￼ ￼ ? CARNARVON, FOR .X C X HIGHEST CLASS /HIEE SYSTEM AND XOR CASH. LOWEST y/ niMtr&tedCtt&Io?MMntFr« LOWEST Illustrated Cate3ogue sent Free on application. COMPETITIVE — "rices >V/ PIANOS P RI CES From 10/-Momtkly /?/ ORGANS X?. ? ??? ? From 5/- MontMy x ? /x All Inetmmente Delivered Fro* wxehtm?ed if mot approved << < /X V/ and warmntw for 10 ye&M. X/? \?. ?X x TUNING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. Orders by Post receive prompt attentioa. HEAD OFFICE & SHOWROOMS— 51, BRIDGE-ST. ROW, CHESTER. SOLE AGENT FOR THE PIANOLA: E. DALE, 51, BRIDGE-STREET ROW, CHESTER. INSPECTION INVITED. REAL OLD SILKSTONE COAL. BROWN ASH, HOT, CLEAN, DURABLE. BENJAMIN JONES, COAL AND COKE MERCHANT, NORTHGATE STATION, CHESTER. Prices on application. No canvassers. 8139 MANURE. BLOOD, BONE AND MEAT. XS 10/- PER TON. JE5 10s. per Ton net cash in November for 4-ton lots. JE3 Os." „ „ 14 days „ Delivered free within 50 miles at nearest railway station, in 4-ton lots. IMPORTANT FACTS. This Manure is one of the best in the market, and Farmers will do well to bear in mind that by using this Manure they are giving back to the land what originally came from it. Last year we were obliged to stop our Agents from booking orders, very early, and we had to refuse many owing to the extraordinary success of the manure the season before, and last season was even a greater success. Intending customers therefore will do well to obtain their suppHes early, in order to prevent disappointment. Ask your neighbour what the results have been. We manufacture one Manure only. ONE QUALITY, ONE SORT, ONE PRICE. We are the largest manufacturers of this par- ticular Manure in this country. R. W. CONNELL, Junr., & CO., Ltd., MANURE MANUFACTURERS, 10, SOUTH CASTLE-ST., LIVERPOOL. Telegraphic Address Telephone 075 Phosphate," Liverpool. District Agent-MR. JOHN ARNOLD CHEESE FACTOR, FARNDON, CHESHIRE THE NEW CENTURY CALLS FOR New ideas and new methods. The old- fashioned methods are now out of date. To nothing more forcibly does this apply than to your printing. ATTRACTIVE PRINTING Is just as essential to a business man as a desk or counter; and it is one of the best of advertisements. A shoddy sheet of notepaper or a shoddy bill head is one of the worst of advertisements. COMMENCE THE NEW CENTURY With smart up-to-date printing, up-to- date type, up-to-date style These you will get at reasonable prices, and quickly too, at the OBSERVER OFFICE, THE CROSS, CHESTER. "GULLED" -& DIDN'T KNOW IT! Our "COUSINS ACROSS THE WATER" often boast of the ?GULLIBILITY? of the BRITISH PT7RTTR Tat ￼ ￼ distasteful to us, that we BRITONS are easily ? TAKEN IN » and there is a class of dealers in these days trade 2weakness of the ?unsuspecti? Briton," and make ?e capital out of it. Trade schemes are cleverly org?anic N aur V • A A ￼ -CO-OPERATIVE? -HELP-MYSELF? "MTOAL BENEFIT? or ?-G?G? S??TP???? '"? Tat a.ll T?* ? T "YT1 to the Public by such AGENCIES. But perhaps the SEEMING ￼ ￼ at all-and where there IS a real advantage given, there may be a "TAKE-IN" on another article as an -off-set!" If the «Un.mmec.ii.* Briuf" examined things a little more CLOSELY, he might find that he was HAD more often than he thinks !-and that's an unpleasant sort of reflection, isn't it ? Well, in the matter -of GROCERIES in general, and TEAS in particular, there is at least ONE TRADESMAN that can HOLD HIS OWN, without these NEW-FANGLED NOTIONS and PETTIFOGGING TITLES. AT??t?T) W A XTQ Still '? a GOOD ARTICLE at the LOWEST FIGURE! 11 I 11 He is sure of the PRICE and the customer is sure of the QUALITY H None of the SOCIETIES can beat him in giving VALUE for \TONFY fKrmrrk ft, j profegs to, I WILL ?T HAD," prefer ..„ to the GROCER who serves the. we. w4out « GULLING," W^TTIE NAMES.TD WLLTTLOF"F^S M" BLANCHES ALL OYER THE CITY. BRANCHES ALL OVER THE CITY. i BURRELL'S LAST WEEK GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! OF DRAPERY, HOSIERY, V S, LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING CHILDREN'S MILLINERY, FURNISHING, DRAPERY, DRESS MATERIALS. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. T. G. BURRELL, FOBEGATE STREET. CHESTER. Telephone 204. T. H. Banks, FURNITURE REMOVER (ROAD OR RAIL) AXD GENERAL CARTER. COAL AND GRAVEL MERCHANT. Depot for Hilton, Anderson, Brooks & Co. 'a LONDON PORTLAND CEMENT Hngram and Clarke, Agents). Office: 5, ST. WEKBUBGB'S MOUNT, CHESTER. THE NESTON & PARKGATE HYGIENIC LAUNDRY & CLEANING 11 COMPANY, LIMITED. LAUNDRYMEN, DYERS & FRENCH CLEANERS. SHIRTS AND COLLARS A SPECIALITY. Special Prices quoted for Hotels, Restaurants, and Institutions. All classes of DYEING & FRENCH CLEANING done on the most improved principles. GENT'S AND LADIES' CLOTHS A SPECIALITY. Our Vans Collect and Delivpr Free in Birkenhead and District, West Kirby and Hovlake, Hooton and Brom- borough, Little Sutton, and Chester and District. PRICE LISTS SENT ON APPLICATION WORKS: NESTON, CHESHIRE. RECEIVING OFFICE Theatre Buildings, City Roa,d, Chester. JJOLAND DAWSON, 46 & 48, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER, AND 1 & 2, WHITE HORSE YARD, PAWNBROKER, JEWELLER AND CLOTHIER, DEA.LER. IN FURNITURE, JEWELLERY, SlLVEB AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS. PIANOS, FURS, CARPETS, BASSINETTES, &e. Cash Advanced to any amount on anj of the above class of Goods. OQ "I i> —Capital FEATHER BED, <5?? -L?/ ? with bolster and pillows, full size good serviceable tick. Oniy used few times. >1 /"I 1 TO 12/6—Immense stock of CLOTH ??i /*J< LA HEARTHRUGS. Very cheap. X'1 "I PC /—Very prettily inlaid solid walnut <?J- JL€?/ OVAL TABLE, on very firm supports, useful size. I YFL A YAR.D.-Lare Roll of exeeUent quality 48TAIR CARPET. jO"i ~| "| /—Unredeemed. In best of oWJLJL JL?/ condition. PIANO, good rich tone, solid walnut case, ivory keys. Has been thoroughly overhauled and tuned. Full octave. f* TO 50/—Quantity of 22. WEDDING 7I 1 6RINGS, half usual price. Oyf I-Second-hand useful BOX OTTOMAN, ?'TC/ ? in good order. -P /—Out of Pledge. Has had very -4?4j 1- 0 /-Out of Pledge. Hap, bad very JLY?/ little wear. By noted London maker, Double-barrelled BREECHLOADER, twist barrels, left choke, rebounding lock, half pistol stock. A very bandy light gun. 9//1*—Sable NECKLET, with real tails. <? ?? Never worn. A bargain. £ i I—Capitally finished Satin Walnut t#/ VVAKDROBE, usual siae, with hand carved panels, full length bevelled mirror, hat drawer, &c. Complete. OO/ /i^—Lady's beautiful SILK UMBRELLA, solid silver mounts. 22/6-Full size solid leather PORT- C/ MANTEAU, complete, with locks. ￼ "J I—Very fine Crown Derby China <?<?-L JL?/ TEA SERVICE, every piece stamped. 40 pieces. All perfect. yery good Walnut MUSIC STOOL, I in leather screw, Ac. OO /—Only used two or three times. A <?<? €?/ new make WRINGING MACHINE, with three rollers, sycamore, brass capped. Unwearable. Price new E4 10a. Qrt l £ ±- Excellent second-hand Walnut <L)?J/ ? CHIFFONNIER, 3ft. long, with high back, cupboard and drawer beneath. _Oyi A I—Cost £ 7 10s. few months ago. < ￼ '-lb 'T</ Grand Silver English LKVER WATCH, by T. R. Russell and Sons, Church- street, Liverpool. A 25 years' warranty given. I —Good quality silver plated DINNER ~ll U/O CRUET, new style. Ort O td~ Extra strong well made <?? 0/? KITCHEN DRES&ER, with high back, full of drawers, and cupboard. 5ft. long. 22/6-Forfeited. Pair of very long range FIELD GLASSES, quite perfect, in good leather case and straps. ?X2 "I pf /—Noble design OVERMANTEL, ??? -L<-?/ in solid walnut frame, all bevelled plate i glass. Well finished and polished. O f £ & 16/6-Pure Wool Flock BEDS, with -t-?</ ?? bolster and pillows. L P7 ^7 /—Really good SUITE, almost new, <?? W 4 walnut frames, upholstered in rich maroon broche velvet, comprising eouch, pair of easies and four small chairs. An excep- tional opportunity to secure a sound reliable suite. 00/?—Very large marble TIMEPIECE, <L??-?/ ?? 14-day, in perfect order. IL SAAC WILLIAMS & SON, -L REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, & GAS FITTERS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. PLUMBERS' BRASS WORK or ALL DBSCRIPTIONB. Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, Ac. Glass in all Qualities and Patterns kept in Stock. TELEPHONE lio. 141. 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 6tock of BELGIAN HORSES, splendid Glass and Closed HEARSES, MOURNING COACHES, and BROUGHAMS. Private Broughams supplied for Infan-LEil Funerals. E. D. & Sons take the ENTIRE MANAGE- MENT OF FUNERALS, in Town or Country, with due regard to Economy "d Taste. Coffins made and delivered in Town er Country at a few hours' notice. All Coffins made on the Premises by Practical Workmen. [Infants' Funerals complete with a Pair-horse Ceach from 16e.] Hearses, Broughams, & Wedding Equipages on Hire at Moderate Charges. The Trade supplied with every Requisite. PRIVATE ADDimSMS 12, UNION WALK, adjoining Stables and WELLFIELD HOUSE, NEWTON. TELEPHONE 269. GEORGE EDWARDS, REGISTERED PLUMBER, 100 & 102, BOUGHTON, CHESTER. Gas Fitter, Lead Light Manufacturer, &c. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS. RAILWAY ACCIDENTS, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, INSURED AGAINST. THEFT INSURANCE & FIDELITY BONDS GRANTED BY THE RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSUR- ANCE COMPANY. Established 1849. Claims paid £ 4,300,000. 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. A. VIAN, Secretary, AGENTS Chester. Mr. J. J. CUNNAH, Grosvenor Buildings. „ Mr. J. E. HASWELL, Corn Merchant. ]J^OURIfING OUTFITS AT SHORTEST NOTICE. J. APPLETON IS PREPARED WITH A LARGE AND CHOICE SELECTION OF MOURNING MATERIALS FOR COSTUMES, SKIRTS, BLOUSES, COATS, &c. Also a very Large Selection cf MILLINERY In all the Latest Styles for Mourning. 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