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AUCTION DIARY. Sales by MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS & RICHARDSON. July 23— At No. 58, Foregate-street—Household Furniture, Bread Shandry, and other Effects July 27-At the Grosvenor Hotel Freehold Dwelling-Houses and Gardens in Grey Friars July 27—At the Grosvenor Hotel-Freehold Building Land at Saughall July 27-At the Grosvenor Hotel-Freehold Resi- dential Property at Great Barrow July 27-At the Grosvenor Hotel-Freehold Build- ing Land at Saughall Aug. 13-At the Auction Mart. Foregste-street- Household Furniture and Effects By MESSRS. CUNNAH A ROBERTS. July 22-At the Hare and Hounds Hotel, Connah's Quay—Building Land at Shotton and Wepre July 25—At the Chester Smithfield-Fat and Store Cattle July 24—At the Smithfield, Hooton-Fat and Store Cattle July 25 &' 26—At Abbey Gate House, Chester- Household Furniture, &c. July 27-At the Blossoms Hotel-Property and Building Land in the City of Chester July 27—At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Freehold Property on Tarvin-road July 27-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Free- hold Residence, Land and Cottages at Pen-y- ffordd Aug. I-At 37, Cambrian View, Chester-House- hold Furniture and Effects By MESSRS. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE. July 23-At the Ermine Mart-Fat and Store Stock July 29-At the Mart, Flint-Stock By MR. J. P. CARTER. July 24-At Hooton Smithfield-Fat & Store Stock Aug—At Ness, near Neston—Cottages and Build- ing Land By MESSRS. ASTON & SON. July 23-At the City Auction Rooms-Furniture By MR, HUGH TONER. Jay 26, 27, and 29—At Church House," Neston- Stock-in-Trade, &c. By MESSRS. FRANK LLOYD & SONS. July 30, 31 and Aug I-At the North Wales Repository, Wrexham—Horses SALES BY AUCTION. On Tuesday Next. No. 58, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MEsSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. have received instructions from Mr. Wooliam, who is leaving, to SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY, July 23rd, 1901, commencing at Eleven o'clock a.m. punctually, the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, including mahogany single and lounging chairs, ditto corner china cup- board, painted linen and store cupboards, maho- gany telescope dining table, rosewood and mahogany centre and other tables, mahogany chiffonnier, Singer's treadle sewing machine, valuable hand-painted China tea service, wood bed- steads, mahogany and polished birch chests of drawers, antique oak corner chair, wringing and mangling machine, light-running bread shandry, set of braes-mounted harness, weighing machine and weights, by" Avery," scales, timber, and other effects. GREY FRIARS, CHESTER. Sale of Two Valuable Freehold Messuages or Dwelling-Houses, with Yards and Gardens. ESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will JjjL SELL BY AUCTION, at the Grosvenor Hotd, Chester, on SATURDAY, July 27th, 1901, at Three o'clock p.m. punctually, in two lots and subject to conditions to be then produced, the undermentioned Valuable FREEHOLD PRO- PER'/i' :— Lot i—All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, situate and being No. 2, Grey Friars, in the occupation of Mr. E. B. Jones, at a rental of 130 per annum. The House contains, on Ground Floor Entrance hall laid with Minton tiles, morning roolt drawing room, dining room, kitchen and back kitchen. On First Floor Two good bedrooms, smaller ditto, box room, w.c. and lavatory. On Top Floor Two bedrooms and bath room. Two excellent cellars in basement, yard and w.c., with small walled-in garden, with entrance from the Mews. This Lot is subject to a chief rent of 22s. per annum and land tax oi 6J. 6d. Lo'r 2.—All that MESSUAGIJ or DWELLING- HOUSE, bemg No. 3, Grey Friars, adjoining the above, in the occupation of Mrs. Hugh Roberts, at a rental of zE33 per annum. The Hviuse contains, on the Ground Floor: Entrance hall laid with Minton tiles dining room, morning room. kitchen, scullery, pantry, Ac. On First Floor: Drawing room and two bed- rooms. On Second Floor: Three bedrooms and w.c., with side entrance, yard, and out-offices. This Lot is subject to a chief rent of 22s. per annum and a land tax of 8a. Orders to view may be had from the Auctioneers. N.B.—Any further information may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Messrs. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS and RICHARDSON, Chester; Messrs. POTTS, POTTS and GARDNER, Solicitors, Chester; or from Messrs. BRACKENRIDOK and EDWARDS, Solicitors, 16, Jbartlett's-buildings, London, E.C. SAUGHALL, NEAR CHESTER. Sale of Valuable Freehold BUILDING LAND. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will ?Li. SELL BY AUCTION, at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, July 27th, 1901, at 3 o'clock p.m. punctually, in lots, and subject to conditions to be then produced- A Valuable Piece of Freehold BUILDING LAND, divided into lots, situate adjoining Sea Hill Farm, and close to the Saughall Railway Station. The Land is nicely elevated and suitable for the erection of villa residences. It has a southerly aspect and commands extensive views over the river Dee and Welsh hills. Mr. Joseph Warrington (the tenant) will kindly show the laud. Plans and particulars may be obtained from Mr. H. s. WHALLEY, Surveyor, Chester; the Aue- TIONEERS. Chester; or MESSRS. BIRCH, CULLIMORE & DOUGLAS, Solicitors, Chester. GREAT BARROW, NEAR CHESTER. Sale of an exceedingly choice Freehold RESI- DENTIAL PROPERTY with Outbuildings, Pleasure Grounds, Orchard, Gardens, Pasture and Building Land situate at Great Barrow. One mile from Barrow for Tarvin Station on the Cheshire Lines Railway, three miles from Dun- ham Station on the Joint Railways, and 41 miles from the City of Chester. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. have ?jL been favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late Edward Paul, Esq. to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, July 27th, 1901, at Three o'clock p.m. punctually, in lots set forth in the printed particulars of sale, and subject to conditions to be then produced- A charmingly situated and beautiful FAMILY RESIDENCE known as GREYSFIELD," approached by a carriage drive and surrounded by pleasure grounds well laid out with ornamental and flowering trees and shrubs with productive orchard, flower and kitchen gardens. The Residence, which is in beautiful order and condition throughout, contains fine entrance hall, dining, drawing, and morning rooms, nine bed- rooms, two bath rooms, and two w.c.'s, with ample domestic offices on the ground floor, and excellent cellarage and larder in basement. The Outbuildings comprise coach-houses, stabl- ing, with three stalls and twelve loose boxes, harness room, and lofts over. Three Pieces of valuable PASTURE LAND adjoining and surrounding the RESIDENCE, the whole comprising an area of 17a. 3r. 27p. or there- abouts, a.nd will be sold in one or three lots. There is an abundant supply of excellent spring water, and also tanks for storage of rain water. The Residence is well elevated, and commands exceptionally tine views of the surrounding country, extending to the Cheshire Hills, Beeston and Peckfortou Castles, and the Welsh Hills. LOT 4.—A valuable Piece of BUILDING LAND on the west side ot the road leading from Great to Little Barrow, and about half-a-mile from Barrow Station, containing 3a. 3r. 31p. or thereabouts. 1 For further particulars and cards to view apply to Messrs. BATESON, WARR & WIMSHURST, Solicitors, 14, Castle-street, Liverpool; Messrs. W. H. WALKER & Co., Chartered Accountants, 42, Castle-street, Liverpool; Messrs. BOULT, SON and MAPLES, Estate Agents, 3, Cook-street, Liver- pool or Messrs. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS and RICHARDSON", Auctioneers, Chester. SAUGHALL, NEAR CHESTER. Sale of valuable Freehold BUILDING LAND. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. will ?Li- SELL BY AUCTION, at the Grosvenor Hotel, Che3ter, on SATURDAY, July 27th, 1901, at 3 o'clock p.m. punctually, in one or more lots, subject to conditions to be then produced,— A valuable Piece of Freehold BUILDING LAND, known as "The Pear Tree Croft," situate on the Sea. Hill-road, close to the Saughall Railway Station, and extending in the whole to H acres or thereabouts. S.B.-For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneers. Messrs. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS and KICHARDSON; H. SWETENHAM, Esq., Hawardeu, Flintshire; or to MESSRS. POTTS, POTTS & GARDNER, Solicitors, Chester. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & CO. will hold their next Sale of Miscellaneous FURNITURE and EFFECTS on TUESDAY, 13th August, 1901. By Order of Messrs. Stafford and Co., who are replacing Stock in consequence of fire. NESTON, "CHURCH HOUSE." On FRIDAY, SATURDAY, and MONDAY, the 26th, 27th and 29th inst., and following days if neces- sary, commencing at Eleven o'clock prompt. MR HUGH TONER has received instructions  to SELL BY AUCTION the STOCK-IN- TRADE of House Furnishers and General Iron- mongers, comprising sitting and bedroom suites, bedsteads, mattresses, overmantels, bamboo goods, pictures, kitchen dressers, tea services, tools, garden tools, and ironmongery; rugs, mats, chests of drawers, trunks, fenders, bed chairs, toilet glasses, cutlery, crockery, fire screens, coal vases, oak and walnut writing desks, chiffonniers, bamboo chairs, sorted enamel ware, Ac., and other effects. On Y: '"on th" mornings of Sale, when Cata- logues mi *.k )n the premises. or earlier on application to the AUCTIONEER. 26, North John- etreetj Liverpool. Telephone 7391. 394 SALES BY AUCTION On Monday Next. SHOTTON AND WEPRE, CO.H'S QUAY. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will SELL BY AUCTION, at the Hare and Hounds Hotel, Connah's Quay, on MONDAY, the 22nd day of July, 1901, at Seven p.m., and subject 1¡0 con- ditions, the undermentioned Valuable PIECES OF LAND:- LOT I.-A Valuable Piece of Freehold BUILD- ING LAND containing 1,420 square yards or thereabouts, situate close to the London and North- Western Main Line, with a frontage of 89 feet to an occupation road leading from the main road to the Chester and Holyhead Railway, together with the BUILDING or SLAUGHTER-HOUSE erected thereon. LOT 2.—A Valuable Piece of Freehold BUILD- ING LAND situate on the Main Road at Shotton, close to Shotton Railway Station, containing 1,092 square yards. The Minerals underlying these lots are not included in the Sale. For further particulars, and to see plan, apply to MR. EDWARD MOCSDALE, Queen's Ferry; the AUCTIONEERS, Chester; or to MESSRS. ROYLE & REYNOLDS, Solicitors, Chester. On TUESDAY NEXT, at Eleven o'clock, at the SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS will hold their usual WEEKLY SALE of Prime FAT and STORE CATTLE, Sheep, and CALVES, including 12 grand Fat Beasts, from Mr. John Roberts, Well House. Further entries respectfully solicited. On WEDNESDAY NEXT, at One o'clock, AT HOOTON SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBEBTS will hold their usual WEEKLY SALE of FAT and STORE CATTLE, Sheep, Pigs and CALVES. Further entries respectiudy solicited. On THURSDAY and-FRIDAY NEXT, July 25th and 26th, 1901. Highly Important and Attractive Sale of a por- tion of the Valuable and Superior Household Furniture, Antique Oak, Glasi, China, Books, Linen, Electro-plate, Pictures, Curios, Orna- ments, Lean-to Greenhouse, Plants, and Garden Effects, at ABBEY GATE HOUSE, ABBEY SQUARE, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS are -iTJL favoured with instructions from F. W. Sharpe, Esq., who is changing his residence, to Sharpe, BY AUCTION the HOUSEHOLD AP- POINTMENTS, including valuable antique oak furniture, valuable oak and mahogany grand- father's clocks, antique oak screen seats and linen chests, valuable old oak dressers, Chippendale mahogany elbow chairs, well-built chamber organ, old pewter dishes and tankards, convent bell, brass trays and candlesticks, seven octave cottage pianoforte, pollard oak sideboard, dining table, eight chairs and couch by "Garnett and Son," mottled walnut cabinet, Spanish mahogany card table, carved walnut drawing-room suite, French Empire and Louis XIV. drawing-room chairs, ebonised and walnut chairs, Persian octagonal stools, papier machie tables, music canterbury, Parian marble figures, repeater mantel clock, tea caddies, the valuable and choice decorative and household china, old Sheffield pte, candelabra and candlesticks, beautifully cut antique glass, old diamond cut jugs, water colours, engravings, and old prints, silk needlework pictures, old paintings on glass, valuable library of books, curios, swords, sabres, antique brass and copper fenders and coal scuttles, Axminster and Brussels carpets, bedsteads and bedding, oak and maho- gany bedroom suites, handsome mahogany secre- taire, old mahogany bureau, antique oak secre- taire, mahogany reading table, a large quantity, of glass, barometer, kitchen and culinary utensils, small billiard table, bagatelle table, Kent's patent refrigerator, lean-to greenhouse, cucumber frame, greenhouse plants, garden, out- door, and miscellaneous effects. Sale to commence each day at Half-past Ten prompt. On view, Wednesday, July 24th. from 2 to 5 o'clock. Order of Sale.— First Day: Hall, morning, dining and drawing-rooms, glass, china, and pictures. Second Day Bed and dressing-rooms, books, smoking-room, kitchens and garden. Catalogues may be obtained at the AUCTION- EERS' Offices, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. On Saturday Next. CITY OF CHESTER. Sale of Valuable Freehold Property and Building Land. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS have JjH- received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 27th day ot July, 1901, at 3 p.m. prompt, subject to conditions to oe then produced and in the following or such other lots as may be decided upon at the time of aale, the following Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, viz.— LOT I.-All those Seven COTTAGES, situate in Bateman's Court, Foregate-street, in the occu- pation of Mr. T. Jefferson and others. Also the piece of Land used as a yard belonging thereto. LOT 2.—All that Piece of BUILDINli LAND, containing 1,300 square yards or thereabouts, situate in and having a frontage to Union-street, in the City of Ciester, of 71tt. 10in., and adjoining the new Public Baths, together with the Cottages, Stables, Ac. thereon, '1 ue Chester Corporation are intending to construct certain new roads adjoining this lot into Foregate-street, which will greatly enhance the value of this property, and the present sale is made with the benefit thereof. LOT 3.-All those Eight COTTAGEs, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, Comaiercial-court, off Frodsham, street, Chester. LOT 4.—All that small Piece of LAND used as a joiner's shop, with the wooden buildiug thereon, situate in Commercial-passage, Frodsham-street, aforesaid. LOT 5.—All those Four COTTAGES, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, Commercial Hall, Frodsham-street, aforesaid. Also all those Four COTTAGES, Nos. 8, 10, 17, and 15, Commercial Row and adjoining the Commercial Hall aforesaid. Also all that Piece of LAND with the wooden galleries erected thereon, known as Commercial Hall with entrances thereto trom Foregate-street and Frod- sham-street aforesaid, together with the way leave of 15s. per annum payable for the residue of a term of 999 years trom the 5ch May, 1818, in respect of a right of way to premises belonging to Witton Grammar School Trustees. This Lot stands in a most important and central position and is eminently adapted as a building site, occupying a space ot 230 feet by 98 teet or thereabouts. LOT 6.-All that MESSUAGE or DWELLIN-G HOUSE, known as The Grange." situate in Chapel-lane, Gieat Boughton, in the County of Chester, and now in the occupation of Mrs. Owen. LOT 7.—All that CuTTAGE, slABLING, and BUILDING formerly used as a Schoolroom, with the valuable Piece of BUILDING LAND adjoining the last lot, and containing 730 square yards or thereabouts. LOT 8.—All those Valuabie BUSINESS PREM- ISES, No. 41, Eastgate-street, Chester, in the occupation of Mr. G. Oliver, and comprising large Shop and Dwelling-house and Showrooms over and at the rear. LOT 9.—All those Valuable BUSINESS PREM- ISES adjoining the last lot, and numbered 39, Eastgate-street, aforesaid, and now in the occupa- tion of Miss C. E. Dennis, and comprising large Shop and Messuage or Dwelling-house over and at the rear. LOT 10.—All those BUILDINGS situate at the rear of the last two lots, comprising large Ware- house, Stables, Coach-house, &,c,. in the occupation of Mr. Dutton and others. These premises stand directly opposite the Grosvenor Hotel, and in the uiost central position in tne v^ity oi unesier. N.B.—In the first instance the last three lots will be offered in a whole. For plans and further particulars apply to W. SHONE, Esq., Watergate-street; 1'. A. FLETCHER, Esq., Solicitor, St. Werburgh street; J. M. NICHOLSON, Esq., Solicitor, St. Werburgh-street; H. S. WHALLEY, Esq., Hunter-street; the Auc- TIONEERS, Newgate-street; or tb E. BRASSEY, Solicitor, 9, St. John-street, Chester. On Saturday Next. TARVIN-ROAD, CHESTER. Sale of Freehold Messuage or Dwelling-House and Valuable Freehold Building Land. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS have re- ceived instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 27th day of July, 19C1, at 3 p.m. prompt, subject to oonditiocs to be then and there produced the following Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, namelv :— All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, with the gardens and appurtenances thereunto belonging, situate and being No. 51, Tarvin-road, Chester, in the occupation of Mr. Thos. Harrison together with the Large FIELD or l iece of BUILDING LAND adjoining, with the stable or barn erected thereon, and now in the occupation of Mr. Handley, all of which premises contain in the whole 1 acre 2 roods 10 perches or thereabouts. The Property, which has a frontage of 245 feet to the Tarvin-road and a depth at the rear of 290 feet, is well adapted for the erection thereon of substan- tial villa residences. For plans and further particulars apply to H. S. WHALLEY, Esq., Surveyor. Hunter-street, Chester; the AUCTIONEERS, Newgate-street, Chester; or to E. BRASSEY, 9, St. John-street, Chester, Vendors' Solicitor. On Saturday Next. HOPE STATION, FLINTSHIRE. Preliminary Notice of Important Sale of Freehold Residence and Land, and Four Cottages TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS at the Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 27th July, 1901, at Three o'clock, and subject to conditions- LOT I.-The Freehold RESIDENCE, known as "Beech House," Pen-y-ffordd, together with the valuable Piece of LAND adjoining, and now in the occupation of Mr. Ed. Melling. LOT 2.—The Four valuable Freehold COTTAGES adjoining, in the respective occupations of Messrs. J. Probert, T. Stfott, Mrs. Roberts, and Mrs. Howarth, and known as Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, Moel Famma-view. The Property haa recently been put in an excel- lent state of repair. For plans and further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester; Mr. E. L. SMITH, Surveyor, St. Werburgh-street, Chester; or to F. R WILSON, ESQ., Solicitor, 48, Hamilton Square, Birkenhead. SALES BY AUCTION. .r- THURSDAY, August 1st, 1901. Important Sale of the whole of the Modern and Well-made Household Furniture, China, Glass, Books, and Effects, at 37, CAMBRIAN-VIEW, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS have been favoured with instructions from Miss Wood (who is leaving Chester), to conduct this important sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, China, Glass, Books, and EEFECTS, including mahogany dining chairs, Spanish mahogany sofa, hall table and hat stand, two oak hail chairs, mahogany bookcase, fine old Spanish mahogany sideboard, mahogany telescope dining table, mahogany easy chairs, gilt clock, book shelves, lady's work table, mahogany couch, oak side table, afternoon tea tables, pier glass, oilpaintings, water colours and engravings, decorative and household china, books, glass, grandfather's clock, brass and iron double French bedsteads, with spring and hair mattresses, feather beds, bolsters and pillows, Spanish mahogany and birch bedroom suites, mahogany chests of drawers, box ottomans, swing I glasses, night chair, kitchen dresser, flour bin, knife cleaner, lawn mower, Windsor chairs, and kitchen and culinary utensils and effects. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock prompt. Catalogues from the AUCTIONEERS' Offices, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. ERMINE CATTLE MART, CHESTER. PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE will SELL BY AUCTION at the ERMINE SALE, NKXT TUESDAY— 650 Head of STOCK PICKERING & NIGHTINGALE will hold JL their NEXT SALE at the FLINT MART, on MONDAY, July 29th, 1901. On WEDNESDAY NEXT, at One o'clock. MR. J. P. CARTER'S HOOTON STOCK SALE. NESS, Near NESTON. MR. J. P. CARTER will SELL BY AUCTION. early in August, all those Four newly- erected COTTAGES and eligible BUILDING I LAND, containing 3a. 2r. 33p. or thereabouts, ) known as Cumber Field, Neas, near Neston. I Further particulars from the AUCTIONEER, 2, Newgate-street, Chester, and the Town Hall, Neaton. kg" ASTON & SON, CITY AUCTION ROOMS, 14, WATERGATE STREET, CHESTER. These Rooms are always open to receive FURNITURE and other GOODS for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. Terms moderate. Prompt settlement. Sales conducted in town or country. S. ASTON & SON, Auctioneers, Ac., Regent-street, Wrexham; Watergate-street, Chester. SALE FIXTURE. Tues., July 23 Furniture Entries invited TUESDAY, July 23rd, 1901. CITY AUCTION ROOMS. Important Sale of Furniture, &c. MESSRS. ASTON & SON will SELL BY AUCTION, at the above Rooms, a large and varied collection of HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE and EFFECTS, the property of a gentleman who is giving up housekeeping, consisting of mahogany half-tester bedsteads with hangings, 4ft. bin. iron bedsteads, wool, flock and feather beds, spring and straw mattresses, bedroom chairs, stands, Ac., half-dozen very fine hair-seated chairs, six mahogany chairs in skins, satin walnut dress- ing chest and washstand, fitted with bevelled plates and marble slab; oak folding table, two eight-day clocks, fine old oil painting in gilt frame, child's cot nearly new, pianoforte by "Robertson and Co., London," lady's bicycle in good condition, mail carts, basinettes, night commode, dressing glasses, punt, mangle, lamps, oilcloth, and other articles too numerous to detail. Sale to commence 1.30 p.m. Auctioneers' Office, 14, Watergate-street. Telephone No. 59. 800 HORSES. £35 IN PRIZES. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. GREAT JULY-AUGUST SALES by FRANK LLOYD AND SONS. .E TUESDAY, July 30th-HARNESS HORSES and HUNTERS. WEDNESDAY, July 31st-Great Sale of HACK- NEY, SHOW COBS and PONIES, including 20 Show Hackneys from M. H. Roberts, Esq., Tyddyn Stud. THURSDAY, August lst-Heavy Town, Lurry and Young HORSES. Enter early for good position. Entries close MONDAY, July 22nd. Prize Lists and Entry Forms ready. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. -# FOR DISPOSAL, by Private Treaty, the sound Fand lucrative wholesale and retail HAY, CORN and PROVENDER BUSINESS successfully carried on at Seller-street Bridge, Chester, up to the time of his recent death, by the late Mr. Henry Snelson. Goodwill reasonable. The Premises, which are adapted to the requirements of the trade, and contain gas engine, hoist and other necessary or usual machinery, can be had on lease at a moderate rental.—For particulars apply to Mr. G. H. EVANS, Solicitor, Northgate Chambers, Chester. 400 TO BE SOLD. LADY'S first grade ROYAL ENFIELD, free M J wheel nearly new. 10 guineas fitted complete.-G 37, Observer" Office. 380 TO BE SOLD (cheap), JOINER'S CHEST and TTOOLS, complete. What offers.-47, Light- foot-street. On view 7 to 8 p.m. 348 TO BE SOLD, a CHIP AND FISH BUSI- TNESS in central position, doing good trade; small in-going.-Addreas M 68, Observer Office. FOR SALE, & good lot of Gents' second-hand FCYCLES, or would exchange for ladies'.— Apply 34, Bridge-street, Chester. SECOND-HAND BICYCLES FOR SALE. Ladies' and Gents', from X3 to JE5 each.— HENRY Box, 44, Frodsham-street, Chester. 423 BUILDING LAND ON SALE, in plots to suit Bpurchasers; centre of Upton, Chester.— Apply C. J. OWEN, Dee Banks, Chester. 284 OMNIBUS TO BE SOLD, with moveable head hold six inside built by Kesterton, of Long Acre." Price £ 25.—Apply to COACHMAN, Shotwick Park. 379 FOR SALE, Gent's New Hudson Roadster FBICYCLE, 24 inch frame. Complete, with mudguards and brake best clincher tyres. Every- thing in good condition.-27, Vicarage-road. 429 PEAT MOSS LITTER DUST, adapted for furit packing and storing, poultry runs, kennels, earth closets. -ERRINGTON, Peat Moss Salesman, George-street, Chester. 237 MIDGET TRICYCLE CARRIER, by Reigate and Mason. Size of box 27 by 21 by 21. In capital condition; nearly neW. Price JEM; cost £ 18.—JENNINGS and Co.. chemists, Hoylake.  YARDS inch and half GALVANISED ? ???f IRON PIPES FOR SALE. Tenders to be forwarded to IMPERIAL YEOMANRY OFFICE, 23, Old Bank Buildings, Chester. Pipes can be seen at Folly Farm, Oakmere. SANDYCROFT. — TO BE SOLD, or LET, DWELLING HOUSE, with garden and portion of orchard, formerly known as the "Phcenixinn," near Sandycroft Station, with or without the stable and outbuildings and piece of land opposite.—For further particulars apply Mr. T. P. KELLIE, Phoenix Hotel, Sandycroft; or Messrs. DAVIES & SONS, Surveyors, Newgate- street, Chester. II) ERAMBULATORS.-J. E. NEWMAN. I Ironmonger, 12, Bridge-street, Chester, has a good selection to choose from. GALVANISED QORRUGATED IRON ROOFING, 1,000 TONS ALWAYS IN STOCK. 6 Feet long x 2 Feet wide = 7 Sheets per Cwt. 7 „ x 6 8 „ » 12/- PER CWT. NETT ON RAILS. BURNELL & CO., LTD., IRONWORKS, ELLBSMERE PORT. CHESHIRE. NORTHGATE BREWERY CO.'S PRIME CHESTER ALES. HARVEST ALES & FAMILY ALES, 4í, 9 & 18 GALLON CASKS. BARCLAY & PERKINS" CELEBRATED LONDON STOUT. WINES AND SPIRITS OF CHOICE QUALITY. COMPANY'S CONVEYANCES DELIVER FREE, OR BY RAIL CARRIAGE PAID TO NEAREST STATION. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. I OFFICES: NORTHGATE, CHESTER. A. RICHARDSON'S CHESTER MODEL IRON PIANOS ARE THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY. THEY STAND LIKE A RIOCK. NO FICTITIOUS OR SOLICITED TESTIMONIALS, BUT THE BEST AND MOST I RELIABLE LOCAL REFERENCES GIVEN I 21 GUINEAS CASH. I 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, WALDEMAB. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIGH-CLASS SECOND-HANDS AT VERY LOW PRICES. A. RICHARDSON, 43, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER; AND BANK BUILDINGS, REGENT STREET, WREXHAM. GREAT SUMMER SALE MONDAY, JULY 1ST TO 31ST INCLUSIVE. COMPLETE AT THE PIONEER1 6  1JJJ±? F U RS:E.I N G 9 TO 19, BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL. CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE. LINOLEUMS LAID FREE. BLINDS MADE FREE. SEND FOR SALE CATALOGUE. GENUINE R E D U C T I O N S. ALL PURCHASES OVER 40a. DELIVERED FREE TO ANY RAILWAY STATION IN GREAT BRITAIN. E. DALE, CHESTER AND I CARNARVON, you /YS/ HIGHEST CLASS HiRii SYSTZM AND LOWEST Mustrated Catalogno "at Wa on ap]pU*ation. COMPETITIVE PIANOS PRICES Y/ Y/ F,.? ?Q?. MMtUy X?/ ORGANS Froa 5/. M?iMy X?? AUlMtrMnnt<DwUT<rwdFM<;MchM<<dMM??pMT<4<t< /? ???. ?? **? WMnmtwd for 10 yews.  ???.X TUNING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. ?? OtdtM by Pod TMtiTW P-=Pt ttttmM?. HEAD OFFICE BROWBOOM- 51, BRIDGE-ST. ROW, CHESTER. SOLE AGENT FOR THE PIANOLA: E. DALE, 51, BRIDGE-STREET ROW, CHESTER. INSPECTION INVITED. TELEPHONE 222. SPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES, FIELD AND OPERA GLASSES. BAROMETERS AND THERMOMETERS. WALKING STICKS. UMBRELLAS & SUNSHADE. J. D. SiD DAL L, OPTICIAN TO THE INFIRMARY THE CROSS, CHESTER. REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. Umbrellas and Sunshades Re-covered in all newest colours. LANTERNS & SLIDES ON SALE OR HIRE. Oxygen and Coal Gaa in Cylinders. TRUSSES! TRUSSES! J. W. HUKE, Being theoretically and practically acquainted with the nature and treatment of HERNIA, keeps always in Stock, or makes to Measure with the least possible delay, TRUSSES of every descrip- tion and quality, adjusting and fitting them with the greatest care. J W. HUKE, CHEMIST, THE DISPENSARY, 89, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. EDUCATIONAL. ABBOT'S MOUNT, CHESTER. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, conducted by kj MISS M. K. MONTGOMERY, B.A. (London), assisted by thoroughly competent ireaident and Visiting Teachers. 8837 WINCHAM HALL COLLEGE, TV LOSTOCK GRALAM, CHESHIRE. EXCELLENT HOME BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. BEST EDUCATION AT A MODERATE COST. Preparation for all Examinations; 400 Certifi- cates gained during last five years. Highly qualified Resident Staff. Fine old Mansion, high bracing position. Perfect Sanitation. Hockey, Tennis, Cycling. Prospectus, with Inclusive Fees, from Miss PARKES, Principal. Term begins September 17th, 1901. MISS F. M. MEESON, Associate in Music of Trinity College, London, Silver and Bronze Medallist of the London Academy of Music, Senior Royal Academy of Music, is open to givE" LESSONS in the following subjeots:- Piano, nheory, Harmony, Counterpoint, and Singing Schools and Private Families attended. For '16rms apply DALE'S Music Shop, 51, Bridge- street Row. Lessons in Harmony and Counterpoint by Correspondence. MR. C. MORTON BAILEY, Mus.Bac., JJLL F.R.C.O., Organist of St. Mark's, Wrexham, VISITS CHESTER for a limited number of Pupils at Mr. A. RICHARDSON'S, 43, Bridge-street Row, where a prospectus may be obtained. Pupils prepared for Royal College of Organists, Associated Board I.S.M. Subjects Piano, Harmony, Singing, etc. Residence FRECKLETON, WREXHAM. 86 PLEASURE CRUISES. THE DEE STEAM BOAT CO. The above Company is the only one 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) I am { am | ami pm pm pm pm pm pm pm Chester—dp 9 otl030113ui 0?1 3012 pt 3 p3m 0 I4 PM30 I5 PM301I 7 PM0 EccleatonFy lam\lamIPmIPm¡pmlpmIPmIPmIPm EcclestonFy9 5011201220'1 502 13 35 205 20:6 20 7 50 Iron Bridge.! 10151 1145\ .5 451 Iron Br'g.d. 1015 1145 |  [ 5 45 EcolestonF. ?104011210 li?511&iO 13 35? ..3. 0 56 45j ..4. 57 ..5.0 10 6 45 7 50 Cheater. arr 1130!l 0 1 Z 2 40)3 10 4 25(5 20 7 0 7 30j8 40 FARES: Chester to Eccleston, 6d. Single; 9d. Return „ Iron Bridge, 8d. „ Is. „ Weather and other causes permitting. THE RIVER DEE STEAMBOATS. T. CAPNER, "THE GROVES," CHESTER. THE "NEW STEAMERS, "ONTARIO," "TORONTO," AND FLORIDA," are specially designed for traffic on the Dee for the safety and comfort of Passengers. (Under Board of Trade supervision.) Special Terms for PARTIES, SCHOOLS, &c., to ECCLESTON, FARNDON, and other places of interest on the Dee. ELECTRIC LAUNCHES for small Parties. Every description of PLEASURE BOATS, BARGES, CANOES, &c., built to order, and on the river for hire. Accommodation for Cyclists. NOTE THE ADDRESS- CAPNER, "THE GROVES," CHESTER. TELEPHONE No. 172. L IVERPOOL & NORTH WALES. REGULAR DAILY MORNING SAILINGS (Sundays included). p.s. ST. TUDNO, daily, from Prince's Landing Stage, at 10-45 a.m. for Llandudno, Beaumaris, Bangor. and Menai Bridge, due back about 7-30 p.m. INCREASED WEEK-END SAILINGS. SATURDAYS, 4 Sailings— To Llanduno 10.0 a.m., 11-0 a.m., 1-30 p.m., and 3-0 p.m. To Menai Straits 11-0 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. SUNDAYS, 3 Sailings— To Llandudno and Menai Straits 10-10 a.m., 11.10 a m., and 2-45 p.m. and 2-45 from North Wales on Mondays, due in Liverpool 10.15 a.m., returning at 2.15 p.m. to above places. For Fares and all further particulars apply to the Liverpool and North Wales Steamship Company, Ltd., T. G. BREW, Secretary, 2U. Water-street, Liverpool. AGENTS: MESSRS. PHILLIPSON & GOLDEB, East- gate Row, Chester. Official Guide, post free, 2d.; or with Map, 3d. Passengers leaving Chester on Sundays by the 9.45 a.m. train should connect with the 11.10 a.m. Steamer for Llandudno. S L E 0 F X AN IsTEAM PACKET CO. 'S EXPRESS STEAMERS 4/- DAY EXCURSIONS. 4/- FROM LIVERPOOL. FROM DOUGLAS. 15OUBLE DAILY SERVICE (Sundays excepted). Daily .10.30 am and 2 pm I Daily.9 am and 4 pm Saturdays.5 pm & 12 30 night ) Mondaysl2 30 am(Sun.night Empress Queen," from Liverpool 10.30 a.m., and from Douglas 4 p.m. DAY EXCURSIONS DAILY. Fore Cabin, 4s.: Saloon, 68. From L, iverpool 10-30 am 4 1 From Uouglaa .4-pnm Douglas due about .2 pm j Liverpool due about 7.45 pm SUNDAY IN DOUGLAS (19 hours). Tickets at Day Excursion Fares are issued by Saturday midnight steamer, to return Sunday midnight. LIVERPOOL TO RAMSEY. Saturdays, direct, 12.3') noon; via Douglas, Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 2 pm. GLASGOW EXHIBITION. Cheap Day Excursions from Douglas. Illustrated Programme of Excursions to Glasgow, Dublin and Belfast, free (postage, Id.) Passengers, their luggage, live stock, and goods con- veyed subject only to the conditions of carriage of the Company, as exhibited in their offices and on board their steamers. I.O.M. STEAM PACKET Co., LTD., DOUGLAS. SHIPPING. ORIENT LINE TO AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, TASMANIA, CALLING AT FEEMANTLE FOR THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. From LONDON & PLYMOUTH every Fortnight. Managers F. GREEN & CO. T?? ?..„?).ANDEBSON, ANDERSON & co Head Offices: FENCHURCH AVENUE, LONDON For passage apply to the latter firm at 5, Fen- church Avenue, E.C., or at the West End Branoh Office, 16, Cockspur-street, S.W. Telephone 204. DOMINION LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. PASSENGER SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. s.s. DOMINION, for Portland, Me. (direct) July 25 s.s. NEW ENGLAND, for Boston .Aug. 1 s.s. CAMBROMAN, for Portland, Me. (direct).Aug. 1 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 further particulars apply to RICHARDS, MILLS and Co., 24, James-street. Liverpool. TELEPHONE 269. GEORGE EDWARDS, R EGISTERED PLUMBER, 100 & 102, BOUGHTON, CHESTER. Gas Fitter, Lead Light Manufacturer, &o. 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 X4,300,000. 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. A. VIAN, Secretary. AGENTS Chester. Mr. J. J. CUNNAH, Grosvenor Buildings. „ Mr. J. E. HASWELL, Corn Merchant. ALFRED EVANS' TEAS. MY DEAR MAGGIE, SUNNY SIDE. I AM DELIGHTED TO HEAR YOU ARE COMING OVER TO SEE ME. I SHOULD BE SO GLAD IF YOU WOULD CALL AT MR. ALFRED EVANS' IN FOREGATE-STREET, OR ANY OF HIS BRANCHES, AND BRING ME TWO POUNDS OF HIS DELICIOUS TEA, AT 2/ YOU KNOW I AM VERY PARTICULAR AND SOMEWHAT HARD TO PLEASE, BUT I THOUGHT AS YOU WERE COMING YOU MIGHT CALL, THEN WE SHALL HAVE A REALLY GOOD CUP. I HAVE TRIED ALMOST ALL THESE UNDER-PRICED TEAS, PUSHED OFF AS THE BEST IN THE WORLD AND THE BEST IN ENGLAND, BUT, DEAR MAGGIE, THIS IS ALL NONSENSE. I FIND I CANNOT GET GOOD TEAS UNLESS I PAY FOR IT, AND YOU MUST REMEMBER, DEAR, THAT THERE IS A GOVERNMENT DUTY OF 6D. PER LB. ON ALL TEAS, SO IT IS WELL TO BUY IT PRETTY GOOD, AS THE DUTY IS THE SAME. BYE-BY FOR NOW, YOUR LOVING FRIEND, BELLA. ALFRED EVANS' TEAS. I LOST. REWARD.-LOST, at the College Bazaar, on Saturday evening last, in the New Model Schoolroom, a small Black and White CAPE.—Apply to Messrs. CUNNAH & ROBERTS, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS JL OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES :— HOUSES TO BE LET APARTMENTS WANTED, HOUSES WANTED, APARTMENTS TO BE LET, SITUATIONS WANTED, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, SITUATIONS VACANT, LOST OR FOUND, ARTICLES TO BE SOLD, BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, are now inserted in The Cheshire Observer at the following rates Not Exceeding Twenty Words— ONE INSERTION • 1/- Two INSERTIONS 1/6 THREE INSERTIONS 2/- Not Exceeding Thirty-Five Words— ONE INSERTION 1/6 Two INSERTIONS 2/6 THREE INSERTIONS 3/- WANTED. WANTED, PAGE BOY.—Apply Secretary, W City Club, St. Peter's Churchyard. WANTED, a good HOUSEMAID.- Reply TV Mrs. C. H. BROADBENT, Upton Heyes, Chester. 'WANTED, a GIRL for housework; to sleep ▼ T out. Apply ASHBOURNE:, Victoria- road 408 TT??_ _RESSMAKING. — WANTED,APPREN- J? TICES.—Mias TAYLOR, Grosvenor-place, Chester. ?Qo -f BRICKWORKS HANDS.—WANTED, Kiln-, I BMachine, and Engine Hands at once.-Apply to MANAGER, Alyn Brickworks, Coed Talon, Mold. WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT; good VT wages given. Mrs. WRIGHT, Church House, Alvanley, Helsby. 402 X> ESPECTABLE BOY WANTED for Printing -IAJ Office.-Apply personally at the Observer Omce, Chester. MISS SHERRATT, Servants' Registry Office, 141, St. Anne-street,Chester.-SERV ANTS REQUIRED for Town and Seaside. 427 BOY WANTED.Apply Manager, BOOTS LTD., Cash Stationers, 24, Eastgate-street, Chester.. 326 RESPECTABLE BOY WANTED at once. III Neat writer.—Apply personally at "Observer" Office. GERMAN.—A German Lady is prepared to G give Prmte LESSONS.—LETTENDAY, Grosvenor-road, Wrexham. 310 WANTED, strong YOUTH, to assist in yard; W also a BILLIARD-MARKER. — Apply GOLDEN LION HOTEL, Chester. 426 WANTED, good strong YOUTH, to make W himself generally useful.—Apply GEORGE HOTEL, Black Diamond-street, Chester. 424 WANTED, respectable GIRL as General.- W Apply Mrs. W. WASHINGTON, Waterate- street. 413 APPRENTICE WANTED.-THEOPHILUS DAVIS, Hatter, Hosier, &c., The Cross, Chester. 420 WANTED, an APPRENTICE to the Painting W Trade. Age about 14.-Address F 22, "Observer" Office. 381 WANTED, respectable YOUNG LADY (about w 16), to serve in confectioner's shop. Must live in.Apply 69, Foregate-street, Chester. 403 LADY requires ENGAGEMENT in superior L Fancy Business in Chester.-Particulars to G 38fc "Observer" Office. 395 WANTED, Young LADY to accompany family w to seaside for month of August to assist with children, youngest seven.—Address J 58, Observer Office, Chester. 421 YOUNG LADY desires engagement as BOOK- Y KEEPER, in shop or hotel; good references. Would take tradesman's books. Apply Mrs. LITTLER, Trinity Registry. 422 HOUSE WANTED, within one mile of R Chester Cathedral. Rent £ 30 to £ 40. At least four bedrooms and bathroom. Old garden desired.—Address K 2% "Observer" Office. 385 GOVERNESS (daily) seeks a RE-ENGAGE- GMENT. English, French (Paris), German, Music, Drawing and Painting.—L 43, "Observer" Office, Chester. 390 FAMILY WASHING WANTED by ex- F perienced laundress living in country. Good drying ground.—Address E 72, "Observer" Office. 389 WANTED, APARTMENTS, which must be W quiet and respectable, including front sitting-room. — State terms and particulars to B 52, "Observer" Office. 315 W ANTED. light EMPLOYMENT, two or V T three hours daily, by young Lady would read or walk with invalid lady or young children.- Address E 73, Observer Office. 707 WANTED. APMSKMTKHkfor the Wholesale V V and Retail Confectionery business. Age from 14 to 16.-Apply by letter to S 14, "Observer" Office. 416 WANTED, CARETAKER for the Y.W.C.A. V V Rooms. Widow with child not objected to. Bishop Lloyd's Palace. For terms, &c., apply by letter, SECRETARY, Christleton Lodge, Chester. W ANTED, a smart young MAN for Dress and V T Drapery Department; good salesman also young LADY for Fancy and Millinery Sales.— ELIAS WILLIAMS & SONS, 29, Foregate-street, Chester. 409 WANTED, thoroughly competent BOOT FITTER and MACHINIST, to take charge of department. Salary and constant work.—Apply J. HODGSON WYNNE, The Factory, Bulkeley- street, Tarvin-road. 414 WANTED, every Advertiser to know that A. V V LAMONT is still carrying on the Business of ADVERTISING AGENT in Chester, Cheshire and North Wales. Terms on application.-15, Tower-street, Chester. 276 ASSISTANT TEACHER, Art. 68, WANTED -L-IL August 19th, for Sealand-road Infants' School, Chester. Salary E25 to £ 30— Apply, enclosing testimonials, to Rev. P. A. MILLER, 6, Liverpool-road, Chester. P ARLOURMAID, tall, experienced and LAUNDRYMAID, single-handed; small family. August 1st; good wages; 25 minutes' rail from Chester.-Housekeeper, Cornist Hall, Flint. 387 T TNFURNISHED HOUSE WANTED in U Chester, in good situation with sunny aspect. Three reception rooms, three or four good bed- rooms, and servants' bedrooms; the usual kitchen offices.—Address R 50, O bserver" Office. UPTON (S. MARY'S) NATIONAL SCHOOL.- WANTED, in August, ASSISTANT MISTRESS (Art. 50); mixed school. Apply, stating age and qualifications, to Rev. W. SPAR- LING, Upton, Chester. "OOYAL LIVER FRIENDLY SOCIETY.- JX DISTRICT AGENT REQUIRED for Chester. Good Salary, including small book under Society's rules to thoroughly experienced man.- Apply with full particulars to Chief Offices, Prescot-street, Liverpool. 203 CHESTER FOOTBALL CLUB.—TENDERS for use of GROUND, Dressing Rooms, Ac., on Saturdays when not required by above; also for sole right to sell refreshments on the-ground, are invited. To reach Hon. Sec., W. FLETCHER, 75, Gladstone-avenne, by July 26th. 418 HARVESTMEN WANTED (Irish or English); JLJL eight good men, early in August, for a month's work. Rail faro paid and lodging accom- modation with cooking provided, men finding own drink and food-Write, stating age and wages required, to Mr. J. T. WILLIS, 25, Cabbell-road, Cromer. MRS. RED'S Registry, Abbey Buildings, Chesker.-WANTED, Cooks (£14 to £ 35), Kitchen and Scullery-maids (LIO to 920). Head and Under-Housemaids, Head and Single-handed Laundrymaids, Generals, Cook Generals, Nurse- Housemaids, Sewing-maid, Good Dressmaker, Under Servant*, Hotel and Season Servants, Work- ing Barmaid, Lady Help, two Waitresses for Cafe (12s. per week, dinner and tea, and Sundays free), Page, Housemaid-Waitresses, Nurses. Waitresses ( £ 18 to £ 26), Groom-Gardener (18s. and cottage). MAIL CARTS FOR THE MILLION.-We are now showing a grand assortment of MAIL CARTS, Perambulators and Bassinettes for the season. From 30 to 40 different pat- terns to select from at extremely low figures.. An inspection cordially invited before you pur- chase elsewhere. Repairs of all kinds. Mail Carts and Bath Chairs for hire.—A. WENTWORH, Cow-lane Bridge, Chester. Telephone 180; after 5.30 p.m., 180A. T? J. JONES & CO., Fe ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, SELLER STREET ELECTRICAL WORKS, CHESTER. Estimates Free. Repairs promptly attended to. LAMPS, from 9d. to 1/3. All kinds of MOTOR CARS Repaired. Private Address 102, Brook-st. KEATIWS POWDER Kills Fleas, Bugs, Moths, Beetles. Kills Fleas, Bugs, Moths, Be&tles. Kills Fleas, Bugs, Moths, Beetles. Ki Is pl:. Bugs, Moths, Beetles. Kills Fleas, Bugs, Moths, Beetles. Kills Fleas, Bugs, Moths, Beetles. BELLOWS, 9d.; Tins, 3d., 6d., 1/- Kills Fleas, Bugs, Moths, Beetles Kills Fleas, Bugs, Moths, Beetles Kills Fleas, Bugs, Moths, Beetles (Harmless to everything but in. sects). Sold in Tins, 3d., 6d. and Is., also in the new filled Bellows.9d. KILLS Fleas, Beetles, Moths, j TO BE LET. WILLIAM E. BROWN, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. SURVEYOR, & VALUER, 39, PEPPER-STREET. CHESTER. TO BE LET:- 44, Gladstone-road, Cambrian-view. Rent £ 16. House, Stock's-lane, Boughton. £ 30 7, Hamilton-street, Hoole. Rent X24. 35, Garden-lane; Vouse and Shop. Rent £19-. Jubilee Terrace," Tarvin-road. £ 16. 98, Tarvin-road. zela. Several offices, 84, Northgate-street. Union Hall, Foregate-street, Rooms for Storage and Workshops, &c. TO BE SOLD:— Valuable Building Land at Hoole, and Dwell- ing-houses in various parts of the city. JOHN ROGERS y ACCOUNTANT, HOUSE, ESTATE, & INSURANCE AGENT, 84, NORTHGATE-ST., CHESTER. TO BE LET: Rent. Watergate Flags (Furnished) 11, iiorne-street, Chester; three enter- taining, six bedrooms, bath, w.c., hot and cold water 10, Lumley-road (off Liverpeol-road). .:Rzo Chichester-street, Chester £ 30 Central Office, The Barii Chrisileton-road, Chester £20 House & Stabling, Chapel-lane, Boughton zC20 Tarvin-road, Chester f.18 7, Spring Gardens, Newton £35 Ash House," Whitchurch, Salop, 2 miles from station; two entertaining, 10 bedrooms 14 acres of land, if desired 9100 Cambrian Villas, Garden-lane, vacant August 28 £16 Cambrian View (Furnished).perweek 92 2s. Saughall-road (Furnished) .per week zEl Is. Offices, Eastgate Row (N.) To BE LET, ROYAL OAK BEERHOUSE, Boughton, Chester.—Apply Northgate Brewecy, Chester. APARTMENTS.—Pleasant Front Sitting and ABedroom TO LET.. Suitable for gentleman in business.—Apply 5, Bold-square. 338 fllO LET, good Modern HOUSE; bath, hot and Toold water throughout; garden. Only 7/6 per week clear.—Apply 82, Brook-street, Chester. 280 HOUSE TO LET, Tarvin-road; three bed- JH. rooms, bath-room, &c. Rent X19 10s.— ApplyNo^6, Brassey-street, Chester. 350 TO-BE-LET, roomy house, 32, Crane-street. TRent £ 15 10?&-Apply S. RYCROFT, 28, Princess-street. 393 TO LET, Well Furnished APARTMENTS, Tgood cooking and attendance, bath h. & c. water.-32, Lorne-street. 412 TO LET, a LOCK-UP SHOP, 72, Lower Bridge- street, suitable for Greengrocery. Rent 5a. 3d.-Apply 32, Qpeen's Avenue. 405 EMI DETACHED VILLA. "ATHOL," o Brook-lane, Chester, two entertaining, five. bedrooms, bathroom, and garden.—Apply E. ANDREWS, b, Newgate-Btreet, Chester. 320 HOUSE TO LET in Brassey-street, Tarvin- m- road, containing two sitting-rooms, four bedrooms, bath, hot and cold water, and two w.c's. Rent £ 19 10s.—Apply at No. 5. 366 COMFORTABLE. LODGINGS for two thoroughly respectable men. Quiet family; no children. Ten minutes from Cross.—Address A 66, "Observer" Office. 322 TO BE LET, No. 10, Derby-place, Hoole; bath, T&c. Rent £ 22.—Apply WAKEFIELD, JACK- SON & DODD, 16, Corn Exchange Chambers, Chester. "I SPITAL WALK, CHESTER.-HOUSE, 18, with large garden and yard. Suitable for a builder or painter,-Apply to Mr. W. E. BROWN, 39, Pepper-street. 428 ITTING and. one or two BEDROOMS TO LET on moderate terms. One mile from Chester on Tarvin-road; 'buses run near to the door.—Mrs. WHITE, Edwin House, Vicar's Cross, Cheste-r. 398 To LET, "MONA COTTAGE," Tarvin-r"oad; JL sitting-room, kitchen, back kitchen, and four bedrooms. Re-decorated throughout.—Apply JAMES C. BATE, Solicitor, Old Bank Chambers, Chester. mo LET,. Large BEDROOM and SITTING, TROOM, furnished, with schoolmaster's. daughter in quiet business. Would suit teachers, schoolgirl, or person in business.-Apply D, 13„ Brook-street. 532? CHESTER.—Furnished HOUSE TO LET for ei August; two sitting-rooms, three bedrooms, study, modern conveniences; two guineas. RECTOR, "Brynyffiyd," Vicarage-road, Hoole, Chester. 401 TO LET, very nice HOUSE, containing Tentraiiee ball, seven good rooms, garden. front and yard at back; situated Heath-road, Boughton Heath. Rent 6s. per week clear.—Apply E. KLLWQOD, Green Bank (next door). 411 TO BE LET or SOLD, the commodious SHOP' JL and BUSIN ESS PREMISES, with Dwelling- house; No. 12, BRIDGE STREET, Chester, lately occupied by Messrs. Brierley, Mercers.—Apply W. H. CHURTOS, Solicitor, Chester. TO LET, well Furnished HOUSE, overlooking f-L river, dining-room, nice aitting-room, four' bedrooms bath, piano, gas cooker; for two months or more. Would like to let for one year. Terms- 25s. perwook.-Addreas T 28, TO BE LET, PARK HOUSE, The Bars, con- Ttaias 3 entertaining rooms, 4 best bedrooms, servants' and other rooms, w.c., bathy hot and. cold water. Good garden with outbuildings.— Apply Messrs. WAKEFIICLD, JACKSON& DODD. 16, Corn Exchange Chambers, Chester. HOUSE TO LET, Furnished, for- summer M IMOuths or longer, two sitting rooms, five bedrooms, usual offices, large garden. Most healthy and select part of Chester. To careful tenant, reasonable terms. Address- K, 26, Observer Office. 353 TO BE LET, most desirable RESIDENCE,. JL No. 2, Richmond z. place, Boughton j immediate possession; splendidly situated, over- looks river; three entertaining, five, bedrooIDB" dressing-room, and two servants' bedrooms (with. separate staircase) bath, hot and ooldt water throughout. Good gardeu.-Apply,Messrs. WAKE- FIELD, JACKSON & DODD, 16, Corn Exchange. Chambers, Chester. MISCELLANEOUS. CYCLING TAUGHT FREE, to. Purchasers of c Machines, by respectable and capable men. Non purchasers charged 7s. 6d. each.—At BRASSEY^8, 9, Foregate-street, Cheater. CH&ITDSON, TAILOR. GENTLBMEYS, XI CLOTHING CLEANED, Altered, Repaired,, Turned. Own Materials made up,.—RICHARDSON-'S, 23, Grosvenor-street.-Wonderful. Trousers made. to measure, 6/11. 369 WRINGING MACHINES, new- and secoad- VV hand. Rollers turned. nu.. All londg~o £ Repairs to Mangles.—HASELDKN, Wood Turner, and Mangle Roller Maker, Delamere street, Chester. 32& MAGNIFICENT CYCLE RIDING SQHOOL* Please note our School ia-Open.all the year round for Pupils. Particulars and reasonable, terms on application.—A. WENTWORTIK Central. Cycle Works and Riding School, Cow-lane Bridge, Chester. LADIES.-A post-card addressed. Bradfardj J Dress Warehouse,. SJjipley, Bradford, will bring you patterns of Poplins, Armuna3, Cashmeresj Velours, Amazons, Beavers, Cords, Royalettek),, Prints, Foulards, etc. Black and coloured Cash- meres, plain and fancy black.Alpacas, 3JJ.. lid. fulL dress lengths, carriage paid. STEEL & IRON SHEDS & BUILDINGS.—ZU K.7 superior STRUCTURES, comprisin Open. Sheds, from 32 by 15ft. to 63. by Grain Shed, 64 by 24ft.Complete Buildings, frorai 18 by 10 to 100 by 30 Ornamental Pavilion, Qtc., 30 by 24; Chapel, Mission Room. School, etc., 5 by 25. Vary moderate prices,—All erected, for in* spection at ISAAC DIXON &. Co.'s Shew Yard*, Granby Row, Sackville-street, Manchester. 0imoga: 1, Cathedral Gates. Established 1832. CABT and LURRY TAEPAULJ2S' 3, LONG and. LOIN CiOTHS for. Vim as, COAL and CORN SACKS, eqtt&l in pw/jft, y nd quality to any in the kingdom. Ladders, 440f ;ka, Pullers, Rope of all sizes. Tents. BuitablQ; br all purposes, Decorations if, required. PromptaJ ten- tion to enquiries either for sale or hire of auto ve.- Apply DAVIES & SONS, Crane-street. V* tona- road, and 4, Coal Exchange. Chester. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS. All the advantages of co-operatio! a may be secured without trouble by custo mers deal- ing with BOOTS, the Cash Prioo Dispensing Chemists, who prepare Physicians' Pre- options and Family Reoipea with Pure Drugs at about one-half the usual charges, or equal to an immediate dividend of 50 per ceol. oa the outlay. OVER 200 BRANCHES. EACH BRANCH IS UNDER TUB MAKAGEMEX* OF A FULLY-QUALIFIED .CHEJCUST. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS, 28, Eastgate Row, & 30, EMtgatestreet, CHESTER ISAAC WILLIAMS & SO^» -L REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, & JITTERS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. PLUMBERS' BRASS WORK or ALT. DESCRIPTION8* Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, *°- Glass in all Qq&Utiqg tmd Pttterna kept b1 SW"*