TstfiPiiOKK 222. I 8IPECTACLES & EYEGLASSES, FIELD AND OPERA GLASSES. BAROMETERS AND THERMOMETERS. WALKING STICKS. UMBRELLAS & SUNSHADES. J. D a SIDDALL, 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 Gas in Cylinders.
f ESTABLISHED 1813. 1 THOS. WELSBY & CO. WINE MERCHANTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. PLEASANT LIGHT WINES FOR SUMMER USE FROM VERY MODERATE PRICES. STILL CLARET, HOCK, MOSELLE, SPARKLING.-SAUTE,INE, kc. CHAMPAGNE, SAUMUR, HOCK, &c. CIDER & ÆRATED WATERS. AGENTS FOR BASS & CO.'S ALES, PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION
I PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. POSTPONEMENT & CONTINUATION OF MICKLE TRAFFORD FETE. Owintf to the unfavourable state of the weather on Wednesday last, July 24th. only a few events on the Programme were gone through, therefore the Committee decided upon postponing it until WEDNESDAY NEXT, JULY 31st, when this Popular Fete will be continued on the GROUNDS OF TRAFFORD LODGE (The Residence of the President, A. D. CHAMBRES, Esq.) GREAT ATTRACTIONS FROM 2.30 UNTIL 10 P.M. THE BAND OF THE 22ND REGIMENT (will, by kind permission of Colonel Ommaney), PLAT FOR DANCING on the Beautiful LAWN. Illuminated and Deco- rated by Messrs. Garnett and Sons, Chester, from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. OLD. ENGLISH SPORTS. TURNOUTS, HORSE and PONY LEAPING, EXHIBITION OF PRIZE-WINNERS, &c., CYCLE RACES & PIG RACES. Excellent Is. TEA TENT, under the management of the Ladies of the District. Miss COLLINS'S HOBBY HORSES, &c. ADMISSION TO GROUND, 6d.; commencing at 2.30 p.m. and closing at 10 p.m. Convenient Trains will be run to Mickle Trafford Station from Cheshire Lines (Northgate Station), and the General Station. Also Messrs. BARNES'S 'buses will leave the Market Square for the Fete Ground, fares 3d. each way. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. ETHODIST NEW CONNEXION, PEPPER STREET, CHESTER. By kind permission of Mr. JOHN MINSHULL, A GARDEN PARTY WILL BE HELD AT SAIGHTON HALL, ON AUGUST 14TH. BANK HOLIDAY, AUG. 5th, 1901. GRAND FE STIV AL IN HAWARDEN PARK, Now in all its Summer Beauty. Attractive Popular Programme. MILITARY BANDS, PROMENADE CONCERTS, DANCING (Two Bands), GRAND CRICKET MATCH, ATHLETIC SPORTS (for Valuable Prizes), ROLANDO, MADAM ALBA, &c., and a. host of other Attractions. By Special Permission the Picturesque Grounds of the OLD CASTLE and KEEP will be open all day. k ADMISSION SIXPENCE. For Sport Programmes, Entry Forms, and all particulars apply to J. H. ADKINS, ") H J. H. WORLEY, ?"?? H. DICKINSON, ) ? ?"='' For Special Railway Arrangements see Com- panies' Bills. GREAT SAUGHALL CRICKET CLUB SPORTS WILL BE HELD ON BANK HOLIDAY, MONDAY AUG. 5TH, 1901 UPWARDS OF X30 IN PRIZES. Prizes full value advertised. OPEN EVENTS, ONE AND Two MILES. BICYCLE RACE HANDICAP. 120 AND 220 FLAT RACE HANDICAPS. Prizes for each Race value 40/ 20/ and 10/ Entrance fee for each Race 1/ Entries close July 31st (morning post). Entrance to Field, 9d. All Tickets purchased before August 3rd, 6d. each. Ground to Let for Hobby Horses & Swing Boats. For further particulars apply H. SHEPHERD, Poplar Villa, Saughall. FRODSHAM ATHLETIC CLUB. THE THIRD GRAND ANNUAL SPORTS WILL BE HELD ON THE ATHLETIC GROUNDS, FRODSHAM, ON BANK HOLIDAY, AUGUST 5TH, 1901. :Prizes to the value of JE30 will be awarded for the Six principal events. Mr. J. GREATOREX, Steam Hobby Horse Pro- prietor, will have a grand combination of Crowing Cocks, Ostriches, Fighting Generals, Galloping Horses, Aerial Car Swings, Side Shows, and the Latest Popular Organ Music. ADMISSION 6d. Stands extra. Refreshments at a moderate charge. Storage for Cycles. Proceedings will commence at 1.30 p.m. Application for Entry Forms for Sports to be ma.de to the Hon. Secretary, WILLIAM E. SHORE, Frodsham Bridge. ROCK OF AGES LODGE. G.U.O. ODDFELLOWS, GWERSYLLT. THE 13TH ANNUAL FETE AND SPORTS WILL BE HELD IN GWERSYLLT PARK, NEAR WREXHAM, ON BANK HOLIDAY, AUG. 5, 1901. Foot and Bicycle RACES. PRIZES upwards of £20. DANCING-Royal Buckley Band has been engaged. Gates open at 2.30 p.m. Prospectus and Entry Form can be had from the Secretary, THOS. H. ELLIS, Castle Cottage, Abermorddu, Wrexham. =—-—-—-——- I THE CHESTER UNITED GAS COMPANY. Attention is drawn to the advantages of GAS COOKERS. By their means Economy can be effected in three directions. SAVING IN FUEL. Gas used when required and not wasted, is cheaper than Coal for Cooking. LESS LOSS IN COOKING. There is considerable loss of weight in the pro- cess of Cooking, particularly in the case of all Butchers' Meat, but this loss is much less when a Gas Cooker is used than with a Coal Range. NO DIRT OR DUST. Great Economy is effected with a Gas Cooker on account of the entire absence of all ashes and dust. A GAS COOKER is ready for use one minute after lighting up, and can be regulated any moment to give whatever heat may be required. COOKERS ON QUARTERLY RENTALS, FROM 1/- PER QUARTER. GAS GRILLS. Where a Gas Cooker is not available, a Breakfast Grill will be found invaluable for early breakfast. These Grills will cook Chop, Ham or Bacon, and boil kettle or pan at the same time. GAS COOKERS, GRILLERS, BOILING RINGS, WATER HEATERS, and other Apparatus, Can be seen, and all particulars obtained at the Company's SHOW ROOMS AND OFFICES, CUPPIN STREET. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO H.R.H. 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. LUNCHEON HAMPERS. WEDDING CAKES. As supplied to the Royal Family. All Sizes kept in stock. nlustrated Catalogues Gratis. Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions. CYCLISTS CATERED FOR. Customers' Cycles Stored without charqe. TELEGRAMS: "BOLLANDS, CHESTER." TELEPHONE, 37. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. ST. OSWALD'S FLOWER SHOW, WEDNESDAY NEXT, 31ST JULY, AT ABBOTS GRANGE, LIVERPOOL ROAD. SHOW OPENS AT 2.30 P.M. DANCING FROM 6 TO 10 P.M. BAND of the 2nd (Earl of Chester's) V.B. Cheshire Regiment will be in attendance. Admission up to 6 p.m., Is.; after 6 p.m., 6d. WM. JEFFERY, Hon. Sec. THE ASHTON & MANLEY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. WILL HOLD THE SEVENTH ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, JULY 31ST (By kind permission of F. W. Hayes, Esq.), IN ASHTON HAYES PARK. GATES OPEN 1.30 P.M. OVER & WINSFORD SILVER BAND WILL PLAY FOR DANCING. HALL GARDENS OPEN TILL 5 P.M. Admission, 1.30 to 4.30, Is.; afterwards, 6d. REFRESHMENTS ON GROUND. CHOLMONDELEY FLORAL & HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL SHOW OF FLOWERS, FRUIT & VEGETABLES, In conjunction with which will be held a GRAND MILITARY TOURNAMENT (Open to the Earl of Chester's Yeomanry Cavalry and the Shropshire Yeomanry Cavalry) AND OTHER SPORTS WILL TAKE PLACE IN CHOLMONDELEY PARK (By permission of Granville Farquhar, Esq.), ON MONDAY, AUGUST 5TH, 1901. Upwards of X100 will be given in Prizes. PROGRAMME OF SPORTS. 1. Firemen's Dressing Race, 100 yards. Open to Members of the Cholmondeley Fire Brigade. -Conditions • £ nn £ 0 yardg. put on Tunio. Cap, Belt and Axe correctly, and run back 50 yards. 1st Prize, LI; 2nd, 10s.; 3rd, 5s. Entrance Free. 2. Heads and Posts (2 runs). 1st Prize, £ 3; 2nd, R2; 3rd, Xl. 3. Lemon Cutting (2 runs). 1st Prize, 92; 2nd, SI; 3rd, 10s. 4. Tent Pegging (2 runs). 1st Prize, 93; 2nd, X2; 3rd, Ll. 5. Victoria Cross Race (in heats). 1st Prize, X3; 2nd, X2; 3rd, zci. 6. Sword Exercise (dismounted). Cheshire v. Shropshire Yeomanry. Prize, 12; Sergt.-Major of Winning Team, 10s. 7. Tug-of-War. Cheshire v. Shropshire Yeo- manry. Prize £ 1. Entrance to any single event, 2s. entrance to all, 4s. (except the Tug-of-War). To any com- petitor in this who has not competed for any other prize, 6d. 8. Bicycle Race (open), about One Mile. 1st Prize, L2; 2nd, JE1 (or value, at option of winner). Entrance 2s. 9. Bicycle Race (confined to residents within five miles of Cholmondeley Castle), about One Mile. 1st Prize, £1; 2nd, lOa. (or value, at option of winner). Entrance Is. All ENTRIES to Tournament and Sports must be made on or before July 31st, to ARTHUR A. SHONE, Lower Farm, Larkton, Malpas, Hon. See. of Sports Committee. The Gates will be opened at One o'clock, and the beautiful Grounds of Cholmondeley Castle will be open to Visitors. Refreshments on the Ground. Dancing in the evening. ADMISSION, 1/ Children under 12, Half-price. Subscribers by Ticket. General information as to the Flower Show and Fete may be obtained from the Joint Hon. Sees. CHARLES W. FLACK, ? Cholmondeley TALBOT T. WILSON, ) Park, Malpas. ROSSETT, GRESFORD, PULFORD AND DODLESTON COTTAGERS' HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE 26TH ANNUAL EXHIBITION of the above Society will be held ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 9TH, 1901 IN TREVALYN PARK, ROSSETT (By kind permission of Capt. Griffith Boscowob). Upwards of 300 Prizes are offered for PLANTS, FLOWERS, FRUIT & VEGETABLES. LADY LETTICE GROSVENOR has kindly consented to Distribute the Prizes, and they will be given out near the Tents at 5 p.m. punctually. The splendid BAND of the 2ND V.B. (EARL OF CHESTER'S) CHESHIRE REGIMENT, by per- mission of the Officers Commanding (Conductor- Mr. T. Outhwaite) has been engaged, and will play choice selections of Music during the afternoon, and for Dancing from 6 to close. The Exhibition will open at 2 p.m. ADMISSION to the Park, from 2 to 6, 1/ from 6 to close, 6d. Passengers will be booked at Reduced Fares for the Double Journey by the following Trains:— From Chester to Rossett, 11-15 a.m., 2-3, 4-20, 5-25, and 6-5 p.m., Third Class Return Tickets, 1/ From Wrexham to Rossett, 12-36, 2-47, 5-20 and 7-11 p.m., Third Class Return Tickets, lOd. Return- ing to Wrexham at 4-35, 5-38, 6-22, 7-43 and 9-37 p.m., and to Chester at 5-34, 7-25 and 10-36 p.m. All Entries must be delivered to the Hon. Secretary not later than FRIDAY, August 2nd. All Exhibits must be in the Tents not later than Ten o'clock on the morning of the Show, or they will be disqualified, see Rule 18. N.B.—No Nut Standings or Shooting Galleries will be allowed in the Village on the day of the Show. EDWARD BABB, Hon. Secretary. BUNBURY FLORAL & HORTICULTURAL SHOW, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 14,1901. In conjunction with the above Show the Cheese Committee will give the following Prizes all classes open to the United Kingdom. Class 1.—Three Best Coloured Cheese. First Prize, X3; Second, R2; Third, Xl. Class 2.-Three Best Uncoloured Cheese. First Prize, £ 3; Second, C2; Third. zCl. The above classes open to Farmers whose holding is 50 acres and over. Class 3.-Three Cheese, Coloured or Uncoloured, for Farmers whose holding is under 50 acres. First Prize, L- 3; Second, R2; Third, Rl. Entrance 3s. in each class. The President of the Society, R. Brocklebank, Esq., J.P., of Haughton Hall, has kindly con- sented to give a Cup for the Best Three Cheese in the Show. Further particulars from GEORGE DUTTON, Peckforton Farm, near Tarporley, Hon. Secretary. I fa* I TELEPHONE Y. IIARL TELEGRAMS No. 47. is BAKERS, I CHE8T11B." I BAKER & SONS, Bakers to His Grace the Duke of Westminster, FANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKERS HIGH-CLASS CATERERS & REFRESH- MENT CONTRACTORS, 48, BRIDGE-STREET, CHESTER. SPECIALITIES-SPICED BEEF, RAISED PIES. BOXES OF FANCY CAKES, FOR AFTERNOON TEAS. CHOIR, SCHOOL & TENNIS PARTIES SUPPLIED ON SPECIAL TERMS. LUNCHEON & TEA HAMPERS for BOATING. ICES ARE NOW MADE FROM FRESH FRUIT. PLATE, CUTLERY, &c., ON HIRE. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. 'r-r- ,# WELSH BAPTIST CHAPEL, SMITHFIELD, CHESTER. PREACHER NEXT SUNDAY, 28TH INST., DR. A. J. PARRY, RHYL. Morning 10-30. Evening 6-0 (in Welsh). At 2-30 p.m. a BAPTISMAL SERVICE will be held in English, DR. PARRY officiating. All Seats Free. MALPAS (CHESHIRE). ANNUAL SHOW (K.C.L.) DOGS, POULTRY, PIGEONS, RABBITS AND DAIRY PRODUCE, AUGUST 20TH, 1901. Excellent Classification. All Exhibits under cover. HORSE LEAPING (OPEN & LOCAL). TURNOUTS—2 Classes for Horses, 1 for Donkeys. CART HORSE TEAMS. WALKING RACE FOR CART HORSES (14 CWT.) DANCING. WHIXALL BRASS BAND. ADMISSION 18. SHOW IS IN THE TOWN THIS YEAR. Schedules ready. • (J. M. C. BURNETT, c Secretaries ?y ? BARLOW, Malpas, Cheshire. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY. -fjL EXCURSIONS will leave CHESTER (G.W.R.) STATION as under:— THURSDAY, August 1, to Ludlow, Hereford, Chepstow, Ross, MERTHYR (NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD), Newport, CARDIFF, Swansea, TENBY, NEW MILFORD, &c., for 8 days. FRIDAY, Aug. 2, to Shrewsbury, Wellington, Wolverhampton, BIRMINGHAM, WORCESTER, Malvern, Gloucester, CHELTENHAM, Stratford- on-Avon, Warwick, LEAMINGTON, Oxford, &c., for 6 days; and to READING and LONDON for 6 or 8 days. MONDAY, AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY, DAY TRIPS to WREXHAM, Oswestry, LLANGOLLEN, Corwen, Bala, Blaenau Festmiog, DOLGELLY, Barmouth, Shrewsbury, Wellington, Wolver- hampton, BIRMINGHAM, &c. TUESDAY, August 6 (for 3 or 4 days), and FRIDAY, August 9 (for DAY TRIP ONLY) to MERTHYR (NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD). For particulars of ordinary trains which will NOT RUN during the Holidays see special notices. For times, bookings from other stations, Week- end Excursions, Country Lodgings, &c., see bills and pamphlets. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, EXCURSIONS will leave CHESTER STATION as under:- EVERY MONDAY, to GUERNSEY and JERSEY for 15 days or less. EVERY THURSDAY, to READING and LONDON for 8 or 15 days. EVERY FRIDAY, to Bath, BRISTOL, Weston- Super-Mare, Taunton, Minehead (for Lynton and Lynmouth), Barnstaple, ILFRACOMBE, Tiverton, &c., for 7 or 14 days and to EXETER, Dawlish, Teignmouth, TORQUAY, Dartmouth, PLY- MOUTH, Launceston, Bodmin, Newquay, FALMOUTH, St. Ives, PENZANCE, &c., for 6 er 13 days to TROWBRIDGE, Yeovil, Dorchester, and WEYMOUTH (for GUERNSEY and JERSEY) for 8 or 15 days and to Winchester, Gosport, BOURNEMOUTH, Portsmouth, SOUTH- AMPTON, Cowes, Ryde, &c., for 4, 8, 11 or 15 days. To BRIGHTON, Hastings, Eastbourne, Dover, RAMSGATE, Margate, Folkestone, &c., for 8 or 15 days. Tickets, bills, pamphlets, and Lodging Lists can be obtained at the Stations. J. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. QHESHIRE L I N E S THE CAMBRIAN COAST. SUMMER SERVICE OF EXPRESS TRAINS between MANCHESTER, Altrincham, Knutsford, Northwich, Hartford, CHESTER (LIVERPOOL ROAD), and other stations to the Cambrian Coast (via Hawarden Bridge). First and Third Class Lavatory Carriages are attached to the THROUGH EXPREfeS TRAINS as under:- Times. Stations Week Days. a.m. Manchester (Central) .dep. 10 5 Stockport (Tiviot Dale) 9 11 Altrincham and Bowdon 10 19 Peel Causeway 10 22 Knuteford 10 32 Northwich 10 40 Hartford and Greenbank 1047 Chester (Liverpool Road) 1110 Wrexham (Central) arr. 11 50 p.m. Oswestry 1249 Welshpool 1 14 Newtown 1 37 Aberykitwyth 3 20 Barmouth 3 40 For connections at intermediate stations, par- ticulars of return trains and cheap bookings for week-end, ten days, and two months, see bills at the stations. u_- _.u lJA V 111 MELL).KUM, Manager. Liverpool, July, 1901. l EDWARD TAYLOR, REGISTERED PLUMBER AND GLAZIER. AUTHORISED GAS AND WATER FITTER. HEATING, LIGHTING, VENTILATING AND SANITARY ENGINEER. ELECTRIC CRANK BELLS FITTED AND REPAIRED. LEAD LIGHT MANUFACTURER. 6, QUEEN STREET, CHESTER. ATKT~C O M B I N G S MADE UP, 21- PER OZ. COVERLETTE | TAILS OF } FROM HAIR FRAMES PURE From 3/6 each. I H A I It, 0/b T. SEALES BROWN, 3, LEECE-ST. (CAR STATION), LIVERPOOL. ASK FOR 10 ROM 0 L Å The Cream of Old Scotch Whiskies, i PROPRIETOR: GEORGE BARLOW, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, THE OLD VAULTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. ￼ FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. HEWITT'S FOE SCHOOL BOOTS. I" F. M. THORP, HOSIER, GLOVER AND HATTER, THE EASTGATE, CHESTER, HAS OPENED A BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT, FOR LADIES' GOODS ONLY, AT 20, EASTGATE ROW, A VISIT SOLI«fED. APPLETOFS MIDSUMMER SALE OF MILLINERY, MANTLES, SILKS, DRESS GOODS, AND DRAPERY OF ALL DESCRIPTION, IS NOW PROCEEDING, AND WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE MONTH. ALL GOODS SPECIALLY REDUCED FOR THIS SALE. Remnants & Oddments of Stock at Extraordinary Low Prices. APPLETON'S, 31, BRIDGE STREET ROW. W. T. WILLIAMS, 33.. FORE GATE-STREET, CHESTER. SALE! SALE!! SALE! GENUINE BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED. MILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS, COSTUMES, DRESS SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, BLOUSES, BELTS, LACE & SILK TISS, CORSETS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, SUNSHADES, & UMBRELLAS. STOCK MUST BE CLEARED TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR NEW AUTUMN GOODS. QUALITY IS THE TRUE TEST OF CHEAPNESS. FOR RELIABLE VALUE SEE THE LATEST MODEL SWIFT, ARIEL RAGLAN CYCLES WITH ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. FREE WHEEL ROADSTER, with the New Morrow Combination Hub, from £ 10 10 0 Accessories of every description. Repairs by Experienced Workmen. THE SPORTS TRADING CO., LIMITED, 100A, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. NORTHGATE BREWERY CO.'S PRIME CHESTER ALES. HARVEST ALES & FAMILY ALES, I 4t, 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. OFFICES: NORTHGATE, CHESTER. GREAT SUMMER SALE MONDAY, JULY 1ST TO 31ST INCLUSIVE. ￼ COMPLETE AT THE PIONEER FIJRNIS IIING -PIONEER-™ 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 HONS. ALL PURCHASES OVER 40s. DELIVERED FREE TO ANY RAILWAY STATION IN GREA.T BRITAIN. "WHAT DOTH THE LITTLE OIL BATH DO?" FITTED TO SUNBEAM CYCLES IT GIVES PERFECT TRANSMISSION OF POWER! WBMONSTEATED FREE BY H. F. RUSHTON. CYCLE EXPERT, 114" NORTHGATE-STREET, CHESTER. RICHARD JONES' GREAT SUMMER SALE. FURTHER REDUCTIONS! FURTHER REDUCTIONS!! I FURTHER REDUCTIONS! LADIES' SHIRTS, CHILDREN'S COATS, PELLISSES & BONNETS, PRINTS, MUSLINS, SATEENS, &c. SEVERAL ODD LOTS IN VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS REDUCED STILL FURTHER IN ORDER TO CLEAR. RICHARD JONES, NEW PREMISES, EASTGATE STREET, CHESTER. OPENING OF NEW PREMISES. 67, BROOK STREET, CHESTER. W. BALMFORD BEGS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC OF CHESTER AND NEIGHBOURHOOD THAT HE INTENDS OPENING THE ABOVE PREMISES ON AUGUST 3RD, AS A LADIES' AND GENT/S HIGH-CLASS TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, WHERE HE WILL BE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS FOR Gent.'s Suits, Riding Breeches, Ladies' Costumes, &c. ALL GOODS WILL BE CUT AND MADE ON THE PREMISES BY COMPETENT WORKMEN, AND ONLY THE BEST MATERIALS WILL BE USED. NOTE THE ADDRESS: 67, BROOK STREET. "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, 71, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. OLD PIANOFORTES RENOVATED AND REPAIRED. FIRST-CLASS WORKMANSHIP. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ESTIMATES FREE. ESTABLISHED 1875. J. E. BRASSEY & SON, LTD., 9, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. RALEIGH GAZELLE CYCLES for £ 10 nett cash DITTO, with Raleigh Patent Ball Bearing Friction- less Free Wheel, Plated Rims, and 2 Raleigh Bowden Patent Rim Brakes for P,12 „ FIRST GRADE RALEIGH CYCLE for kl2 „ DITTO, with Raleigh Patent Ball Bearing Friction- less Free Wheel, Plated Rims, and 2 Raleigh Bowden Patent Rim Brakes, Dunlop or Reflex Clipper Tyres for £ 14 5/- » SPECIAL ATTENTION IS DRAWN TO THE RALEIGH SYSTEM OF FREE WHEELS —THESE BEING ADMITTED BY BEST KNOWN EXPERTS TO BE THE MOST SATISFACTORY ON THE MARKET. Attention is also requested to Raleigh Patent Cross Frame Machines, which are extremely rig-id and particularly suited for Ladies. ALLDAYS POPULAR CYCLE for £ 9 nett cash ALLDAYS MATCHLESS CYCLE 91 -tlo ALL COMPLETE WITH LUCAS'S ACCESSORIES. BEST PRICES ALLOWED FOR SECOND-HAND MACHINES IN EXCHANGE SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON GRADUAL PAYMENT SYSTEM. I Cycles for Hire. Repairs and Enamelling done on premises. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THIS DAY, SATURDAY, JULY 27TH, THE DOORS OF DENSONS ESTABLISHMENT WILL NOT BE OPENED UNTIL 9 A.M. At this time DENSONS will offer the undermen- tioned goods at EXACTLY HALF THE PRICE They are usually sold at. DENSONS mark all their goods in plain figures, and these figures ill not be interfered with, and the goods will be sold at half the price they are marked. THIS DAY, SATURDAY- TYENSONS will sell a limited quantity of LADIES' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS and SHOES at HALF-PRICE. THIS DAY, SATURDAY- TYENSONS will sell a quantity of u ART MUSLINS, MADRAS MUSLINS, SOILED CURTAINS, CRETONNES, TAPESTRY BORDERINGS, TAPESTRY TABLE COVERS, SWISS SIDEBOARD CLOTHS & TABLE CENTRES, Remnants of FLOOR OILCLOTHS & LINOLEUMS, and DOOR MATS, at exactly HALF- PRICE. ( THIS DAY, SATURDAY- FYENSONS will sell a few Remnants -L7 of SILK at exactly HALF-PRICE. THIS DAY, SATURDAY- TYENSONS will sell some Pieces of A/ PRINTED DRESS MUSLINS, MERCER. ISED DRESS SATEENS, BLOUSE FLANNELETTES and BLOUSE FLAN- NELS, Self-coloured and Striped Summer Weight FLANNELETTES, at exactly HALF-PRICE. THIS DAY, SATURDAY- T^E?f SOT^S will sell a lot of Children's DWHITE PIQUE COATS & SKIRTS All their Stock of LADIES' COSTUMES and LADIES' COLOURED CAPES, at exactly HALF-PRICE. THIS DAY, SATURDAY- TYENSONS will clear a lot of Ladies' Soiled KID GLOVES, also FABRIC GLOVES, SOILED EMBROIDERIES, COLLARS and CUFFS, also CHILDREN'S AMERICAN COLLARS, Slightly SoiK FANCY COLOURED APRONS, 40 Box -b of FRILLING, FEATHER BOAS, Soiled FANCY SILK and COTTON DRESS FRONTS, and FANCY SILK CEEPONS, at exactly HALF-PRICE. THIS DAY, SATURDAY— D ENSONS will offer a quantity of CREAM LAID NOTE PAPER, at exactly HALF PRICE. THIS IS A GENUINE OFFER, AND AS THE QUANTITY IS LIMITED, An Early Visit is Desirable to Save Disappointment. DOORS OPEN AT 9 A.M. DENSONS SUMMER SALE. 9,11 & 13, NORTHGATE ROW, CHESTER. GENTLEMEN'S AND BOYS' DEPARTMENT, SEPARATE ENTRANCE, 9, NORTHGATE ROW. THIS DAY, SATURDAY- "TIENSONS will offer a quantity of -L' GENTS' SILK TIES, CLOTH CAPS, WOOL SHIRTS, at exactly HALF-PRICE. THIS DAY, SATURDAY— T^ENSONS will offer lots of Gents' DBLACK JACKETS and VESTS, ODD JACKETS and COVERT COATS, and BOYS' SAILOR SUITS, WASHING BLOUSES and COVERT COATS at exactly HALF-PRICE. DENSONS SUMMER SALE. 9, 11 & 13, NORTHGATE ROW, CHESTER. ASTOFs, SOLID SATIN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES, FROM 1815/- ASTON's, 12 & 14, WATERGATE ST. CALL AND SEE THEM. 12 & 14, WATERGATE ST. i