FINE OLD SCOTCH WHISKIES. T HOS. "TELSBY & QO, WINE MERCHANTS, I BRIDGE STREET. CHESTER. ]BRIDGE STREET. CHESTER.
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. ROYALTY THEATRE, "—— CHESTER. Proprietor-BIR. MILTON BODE. Basideut Hanager-CHAS. E. S. McLEOD. LAST TWO NIGHTS OF MR. ROY JACKSON'S COMPANY IN "HANI) OF IRON." AFTER THIS WEEK THE THEATRE WILL REMAIN CLOSED, KE-OPENING AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY. BOX Office open at the Theatre, and at HERBERT ELLIS'S, 71, Foregate-street. ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. (CHESTER BRANCH.) THE AINAUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD (D. v.) ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, 28TH MAY, 1902, AT THREE O'CLOCK, IN THE TOWN HALL, CHESTER. HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR WILL PRESIDE. SPECIAL SPEAKERS THE REV. CANON WILLIS (Warrington) AND MR. REEKS (London). Distribution by the MAYORESS of the School Essay Prizes. PRELIMINARY NOTICE THE FIFTY-NINTH BEESTON CASTLE F ESTIVAL TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17 AND 18, 1902. ROYAL X A TION AL MISSION TO DEEP SEA FISHERMEN. PATRON QUEEN ALEXANDRA. 'tt&ad Office: 181, Queen Victoria-st., London, E.C. ALL YE WHO EAT FISH COME AND SEE A ■FISHERMEN'S FAIR IN AID OF THE ABOVE MISSION, WITH ^AUTICAL DECORATIONS, COSTUMES, AND A LIFEBOAT, TO BE HELD IN THE NEWGATE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CHESTER, ON TUESDAY NEXT, MAY 27TH, 1902. STALL HOLDERS: THE MAYORESS ￼ Mrs. Hy. Y. BARKER Mrs. H. T. BROWN IMrs ARCHER Mrs. GRENFELL I Mrs. B. C. ROBERTS Mrs. HAMILTON ?Mr ,;s DOBIE Mrs. FLUITT Miss LLOYD Mrs. ROBT. ROBERTS Miss SYBIL CLARK OPENING CEREMONY, at 2-15, will be per- formed by the MAYORESS OF CHESTER (Mrs. J. G. FROST). There will be a CINEMATOGRAPH, describing how the North Sea Fish are caught, and other Entertainments. Also a SALE BY AUCTION at 7 p.m. ADJUSSION -2-15 to 5 p.m., 2/ after 5 p.m., 1/ ^dren, Half-price. TOWN HALL, CHESTER. GRAND CORONATION BAZAAR It IN AID OF J^> 0MES FOR RETIRED CHURCH TEACHERS IN THE DIOCESE OF CHESTER, WILL BE HELD On MAY 30TH AND 31ST, 1902. PATRONS:— ￼ His Grace the Duke of Westminster. -?r Grace the Duchess of Westminster. ￼ The Mayor and Mayoress of Chester. ? ?a_rl Egerton of Tatton. Countess Grosvenor. '? Hon, Cecil Parker. The Hon. Mrs. Cecil Parker. R. A. Yerburgh, Esq., M.P. Henry Tollemache, Esq., M.P. j j uTomkinson, Esq., M.P. Mrs. Tomkinson. m°°d Banner, Esq., High Sheriff of Cheshire "?' Esq., J.P. Mra. J. Thompson T. ? br S??k, E?q., J.P. Rev. G. K. Feilden ?Mr.ttroek??? J. Gamou, Esq. Mrs H T. rown, J.P. Kev. H. urautham Mi.s Uumberston Alt troWu w. W. Hajes, Esq. Misa T ?''?" Mrs.J?iie Kev I 'nr?*n Mrs. Jayne E q., i tie8t -U- 'vi Kynnersley, E-. q W W.Bu na Egq> H.M.I. Kynnersley itov" ,"• ??uey The Misses Kynnersley M?' U'?- ??"SK Th Mi?s Ke?:dl M-s ™ Uumpben His Uuu. Judge &ir Horatio Nv Chtirtork ?sq. Llovd ?.?.i?ties. Esq. (SberiS Col. Wilford Lloyd ot Chester; Kev. E. C Lownats ais Honour Judge Wjune :i.o"'s Ftoulkes Major Meredith Rev. L. M. Farrall M, Ma?edith Rev. B L: J. Fuirclough Mr Potts Miss Fairclough 15. C. Hoberts, Esq., J.P. Tkos. Gibbous Frost, Esq. H. Lyle Smyth, ksq., J.P. birs F tost Hev. Canon Cooper Scoit I J. Thompson, Esq J P. Kev. Tilney Jjtoiiex The BAZAAR will be Opened on FRIDAY at Two p.m., by R. A. YERBURGH, ESQ., M.P., and on SATURDAY, at 2 p.m., by I THE MAYORESS OF CHESTER (IRs. JAMES FROST.) GENERAL & FANCY GOODS. FLORENTINE & ALLERVALE POTTERY. DAIRY PRODUCE. FLOWERS. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. TOBACCO. REFRESHMENTS. I'ING PONG TOURNAMENTS. SHOOTING COMPETITIONS. SCHOOL CHILDREN'S ENTERTAINMENTS. AMATEUR THEATRICALS. ^TARCHANT'S BAND WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE. « PRICES OF ADMISSION :-Friday, 2 to 4 p.m., rs- <kl. 4 to 0 p.m., Is. 0 to 10 p m., !xL Saturday, "to (; p.m., (id. (j to 10 p.m., 3d Season "ticket, 3s. T. J. BOUGHTON, Hon. Sec., 25, Halkyn-road, Chester. GAS FIRES. NEW PATTERNS ""()IV ON VIEW AT THE COMPANY'S SHOWROOMS. NEW REGISTER FIRES" TO FIT REGISTER FIRE GRATES. REGENERATOR STOVES, For Sitting and Retiring Rooms. Nursery Stoves, fitted with Boiling Burner, for Bedrooms, &c. Condensing AND REFLECTING STOVES, for use without Flue, for Corridors, Halls, Offices and Shops. INSPECTION INVITED. ESTIMATES SUPPLIED FREE. GAS COOKERS ON HIRE AT Low QUARTERLY RENTALS. (JHESTER JJNITED GAS CO. SHOW ROOMS AND OFFICES, CUPPIN STREET. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO HIS MAJESTY ..?LJi??Ntk HER THE KING ????? LATE MAJESTY THE ANKD ING Am QUEEN VICTomA. BOLLAND'S,! CHESTER, I CONFECTIONERS. FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT. I CAFE & SMOKE ROOM WINES AND SPIRITS COFFEE. CIGARS. BOLLAND'S TURTLE SOUP (prepared from Fresh Turtle). CALVES FEET JELLY, Highly recommended for Invalids. Hampers for River Parties & Picnics. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. WEDDING CAKES. As supplied to the Royal Family. All Sizes leept in stock. Illustrated Catalogues Gratis. Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions. Cyclists Catered for. Customers' Cycles Stored without charge. R. BOLLAND & SONS, LTD. Telegrams Bollands, Chester." Telephone 37. PUBLIC AKNOUNCEMENT. THE PIERROTS, ON THE LITTLE ROODEE, MONDAY, MAY 26, & DAILY at 3.30 & 7.30. In addition to the present company, MR. MACK OLLIVE, The celebrated Comedian and Whistler, from the Belle of New York Co. also MISS JESSIE RADFORD, The inimitable Solo Violinist (Conservatoire of Music, Paris); WILL APPEAR. Admission to Ground, 2d. Seats, 4d. and 2d. No collections. If wet the performance will take place in Assembly Rooms. m PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SANDYCROFT FESTIVAL AND SPORTS, SATURDAY, JULY 12TH, 1902. P. COLVILLE KELLY, Hon. Sec. W. H ARRISON, Assist. Sec. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EPSOM RACES.—On MONDAY, June JUJ 2nd, a THREE or FOUR DAYS' EXCUR- SION to LONDON will leave CHESTER, &c. Tickets, bills, pamphlets and lodging lists can be obtained at the Stations. J. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. PUBLIC NOTICES. MRS. JOHNSON and Family wish to THANK their numerous friends for their kind expressions of sympathy for them in their sad bereavement. 80, Watergate Flags. 3137 N O TICE. EATON HALL and GARDENS will be OPEN to the PUBLIC, on the usual conditions, from MONDAY, JUNE 2ND, till further notice. THE STOCK EXCHANGE, LIVER- JL POOL. MEMBERS are NOT ALLOWED to ADVER- TISE for Business purposes or. to issue Circulars to persons other than their own principals. Lists of Members may be obtained on application to the SECRETARY. MH. CHARLES H. WHITELEY L (Builder of the Cathedral Organ) Desires to inform his clients and friends that he has had nothing whatever to do with the recent Re-construction of the Organ in Hawarden Church. The following card from the Rector of Hawarden will confirm this statement:— Mr. CHAHLES H. WHITELEY, 30, Sealand-road, Chester. Dear Sir,—I am not aware that at any time you have done any Organ work here.—Yours faithfully, Hawarden Rectory, S. E. GLADSTONE. May 14th, 1902. 3152 BOOTS PURE DRUG COMPANY LTD. Preference Shares. BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS (EASTERN) LTD. Six per cent. Preference Shares and Ordinary Shares (12 per cent. per ann.), BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS (WESTERN) LTD. Six per cent. Preference Shares, BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS (LANCASHIRE) LD. Six per cent. Preference Shares, BOOTS CASH CHEMISTS (SOUTHERN) LTD. Six per cent. Preference Shares. The usual quarterly dividends on the above will be posted on the 30th June to the proprietors registered in the Companies' books on the 2nd June. The Transfer books will be closed from the 2nd June to the 7th June inclusive. Registered Offices: Station Street, Nottingham. City Offices: 29, Farringdon-road, London, E.C. JESSE BOOT, Managing Director. In the Matter of the Chester Tramways Company Limited. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Creditors of the above-named Company are required, on or before the TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF .T UNE, 1902, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their DEBTS or CLAIMS, and the names and addresses of their Solicitors, if any, to FREDERICK JOHN WARMSLEY, of the City of Chester, Chartered Accountant, the liquidator of the said Company and if so required by notice in writing from the said liquidator, are by their Solicitors, to come in and prove their said Debts or Claims at such time and place as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved. Dated this 22nd day of May, 1902. WALKER, SMITH & WAY, Chester, Solicitors to the above-named Liquidator. TO SECRETARIES OF CORONATION FETES. C. EARRELL Is prepared to ATTEND CORONATION FETES on the shortest notice with his ROYAL RACING COCKS, JUMPING HORSES, JUVENILE HORSES, SMALL MINIATURE ROUNDABOUTS PARK SWINGS, SHOOTING SALOONS, COCOA NUT SHEETS, W H O A EMMAS, AND OTHER FAIR GROUND NOVELTIES. THE CLEANEST AND BEST. ALL ILLUMINATED BY THE ELECTRIC LIGHT. NOTE THE ADDRESS: 8, BOLD PLACE, CHESTER. R. CLIMP & SON. PORTMANTEAU AND BAG MANUFACTURERS, GLADSTONE BAGS (real Cowhide), from 10 LADIES' DRESS BASKETS, from. 24 WATERPROOF HOLD-ALLS, from 12/6 39. DALE-ST., & 12, LORD-ST., LIVERPOOL. HEWITT'S FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. EDUCATIONAL. MODERN LANGUAGES.—French, Italian Spanish and German TAUGHT (at pupil s address if preferred). Schools attended.—T. C. Royle, Pearl Villas, Tarvin-road, Chester, 3052 MR. BRUNO, Teacher of Banjo, Zither Banjo, U. Guitar, Mandoline, Mandola; also Violin and Viola for orchestral playing.—Studio, 7, Eastgate Walla, Chester. SINGING AND VOICE PRODUCTION. M LLE. ANNETTA ZuLIANI Prima Donna Assoluta, (late of the R.I.O. Covent Gardens, the Crystal Palace Opera and Saturday Concerts, and the original Katherine in Goetz's Opera Katherine and Petruccio," as produced at Drury Lane), begs to announce that she gives lessons in the above on alternate Mondays at 5, LORNE-STREET, CHESTER. Home Address: 141, Bedford street, South Li verpool. 2302 LONDOX COLLEGE OF MUSIC. INCORPORATED. The NEXT EXAMINATION in all branches of Practical and Theoretical Music will be held in July. The Last Day of Entry is Monday, June 16th. Full particulars and Forms of Entry can be ob- tained on application to the Local Representative, ROBERT BUTTERWORTH, 35, Bouverie-st., Chester. PLEASURE CRUISES. _1., rpHE 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 am l pm pm ￼ pm pm pm i pm Chester.dp 9 0 12230 0( I 1 50 0 1 21 2'0o 1 "P% 5 13 ,2'1 011115 6p 30 EcclestonF.9 50 11 12201 50 2203 35 420 5 20 6 20 Irou Bridge|1015 1145| | 5 45 Iron Br' d.»1015|1145t I 5 451 IErcoen leBstro'gn. Fd :Ilimlll!,lIo0o1 li2i5512 l*,4i0o13 2 ?100134 *'i2,5 11 4 2i00 1 6 Io+ 45 Chester. aIT,1130 1 01252403Mi4 255 207 0730 FARES Chester to Eccleston, 6d. Single 9d. Return Iron Bridge, 8d. Is. Weather and other causes permitting. SPECIAL RUNNINGS FOR BANK HOLIDAYS. OTOR BOATS, LAUNCHES, DINGHIES, YACHTS, TENDERS, GIGS, &c. Motors fitted in Yachts for auxiliary power. Our Motor is the Palmer, and is the Pioneer of Marine Motors, and there are thousands in use to-day all over the world. If we interest you, drop us a line and we will post you a beautifully illustrated catalogue. Quotations and designs free. Address all communications to THE MITCHAM MOTOR CO.'S AGENT, co MESSRS. COOK & ARTHUR, BOAT BUILDERS, THE GROVES, CHESTER. Telephone 0624. LIVERPOOL & NORTH WALES. REGULAR DAILY SAILINGS (Sundays included) By P. Steamer ST. TUDNO," leaving Prince's Landing Stage at 10-45 a.m., for Llandudno, Beaumaris, Bangor, and Menai Bridge. and due back about 7-30 p.m. WEEK-END TRIP Saturday. May 24th, at 2 15 p.m., for LLANDUDNO and STRAITS, returning Monday morning. Due Liverpool 10-15 a.m. Return Day or Week-end FareB: 1st. Saloon. 2nd Saloon. Liverpool and Llandudno 5s. Od. 3s. 6d. Liverpool and Straits. 6s. 6d. 4s. 6d. For particulars as to rates for Season Tickets and all further information apply to the Liveruool and North Wales Steamship Company. Ltd.. T. G. BREW, Secretary, 40, Chapel-street, Liverpool. Tel. 63b6. TSLE OF MAN EXPRESS MAIL JL STEAMERS (Sundays excepted). 4/- DAY EXCURSIONS 4/- From LIVERPOOL. From DOUGLAS. Daily to 27th May. Daily .10.30 am and pm j Daily 9 am and 4 pm Saturday, 21th Every Monday 12.30 am 5 pm and 12 30 night I DAY EXCURSIONS DAILY, to 27th MAY. Fore Cabin, 4s Saloon, 6s. From Liverpool .10 30 am I From Douela? .4 pm Douglas arrive .215 pm ) Liverpool due about 7.45 pm DAY EXCURSION TICKETS are issued by all 12.30 night steamers from Liverpool. Saturday midnight passengers return Sunday midnight, LIVERPOOL TO RAMSEY, direct, Saturdays, 12.30 noon. Hall Ctiiie's "Little 31au Island, and sailings free. Postage id. Tickets can be obtained at any time at Water-street Office. 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. s ISLE OF MAN STEAMPACKET CO.. Douglas. SHIPPING. ..# .# ORIENT PACIFIC LINE TO AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, TASMANIA, OALLING AT FREMANTLB FOB THE WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLDFIELDS. From LONDON & PLYMOUTH every Fortnight. ￼ S CF. GREEN & CO. ,?, ??ANDKRSON, 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 Branch Office, 16, Cockspur-street, S.W.; or in Liverpool and Manchester to the PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGA- TION COMPANY. Local Agent: H. TAYLOR, Exchange-st Crewe. Telephone 180; after 5.30 p.m., 180A. FJ. 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 OARS Repaired. Private Address: 102, Brook-st. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, ACCIDENT AND DISEASE (Small Pox, Scarlet Fever, Typhoid, Diphtheria. &c.). BURGLARY & FIDELITY INSURANCE. RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSUR- JA) ANCE COMPANY. Established 1849. Claims paid £ 4,450,000. 64, -CORNHILL, LONDON. A. VIAN, Secretary. AGENT8 :— Chester. Mr. J. J. CUNNAH, Groavenor Buildings. Mr. J. E. HASWELL, Corn Merchant. EYESTRAIN. THE USE OF SUITABLE GLASSES SAVE THE EYES FROM STRAIN AND ALL THE EVILS WHICH FOLLOW. PROFIT BY THE EXPERIENCE OF OTHERS.. THE BENEFITS OF PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES ARE TESTIFIED TO BY THE THOUSANDS WHO USE THEM. HAVE YOUR SIGHT TESTED BY H. C. HOUGHTON, EYESIGHT & SPECTACLE SPECIALIST, LATE MANAGER FOR WOOD, ABRAHAM'S, Liverpool & Manchester. Binocular, Marine, and Field Glasses; also agent for Zeiss and Goerz Treider Prismatic Binoculars. ALL REPAIRS DONE CHEAPLY AND PROMPTLY. 23, EASTGATE STREET, CHESTER. School children's eyesight tested free of charge, and glasses supplied at hospital prices, any day after I 4 p.m., Wednesday excepted. WHAT gHALL WE GIVE J OUR FRIEND ? IS A QUESTION FREQUENTLY ASKED. A PICTURE IS A GIFT USEFUL AND REFINED AT THE SAME TIME, IF SELECTED WITH DISCRETION* IT IS SOMETHING EVERYBODY CAN Do WITH, AND EVERYBODY ENJOYS. MINSHULL & MEESON have recently added to their Gallery a large selection of the Newest Pictures in the most modern and artistic frames. TWO NEW PICTURE SHOW ROOMS RECENTLY OPENED. AN INSPECTION INVITED. MINSHULL & MEESON, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. WHERE TO DINE. THE CITY GrRILL & RESTAURANT 14, FOREGATE STREET. PRIVATE PARTIES CATERED FOR AT MODERATE CHARGES. Specialite Table d'Hote (4 courses), 1/6. F. COTTIER, PROPRIETOR (15 YEARS CHEF AT THE QUEEN HOTEL). HARRINGTON HOTEL. FIRST CLASS FAMILY HOTEL. Two minutes' walk from South Kensington Station, Imperial Institute and Museums. HARRINGTON-RD., SOUTH KENSINGTON, LONDON, S.W. A. HARTMANN. Proprietor, (Late Manager of the Grosvenor Hotel, Chester, and several other leading Hotels). TERMS FROM 7s. 6D. PER DAY. CITY LIVERY STABLES AND CITY CARRIAGE WORKS, LATE BARNES BROTHERS, CHESTER. OMNIBUSES, WAGONETTES, CHAR-A-BANCS, LANDAUS, "BROUGHAMS & DOG CARTS FOR HIRE Carriages of every Description Built to Order. REPAIRS EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED. Telephone 84 & 84A. G. BARNES, Proprietor. T. H. BANKS, FURNITURE REMOVER (ROAD OR RAIL) AND GENERAL CARTER. GRAVEL MERCHANT. Office 5, ST. WKRBTJRGH'S MOUNT, CHESTER. R. J. & H. ELLIS, PLAIN AND DECORATIVE HOUSE PAINTERS. CHURCH DECORATORS, GILDERS, SIGN WRITERS, PAPERHANGERS. OFFICE :— 60, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. ESTABLISHED 1859. THE CITY DINING ROOMS, 20, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. THE LARGEST STOCK OF GENUINE HOME-CURED HAMS & BACON IN CHESTER. A S D U T T 0 N (LATE NORBURY), FOREGATE STREET. THE TRADE SUPPLIED AT LOWEST PRICES. CYCL-ES. CYCLES. CYCLES. W 0 E R9 SOLE AGENT FOR RUDGE-WHITWORTH, SPECIALS 15 15 0 DO. DO. STANDARDS 10 10 0 ROYAL ENFIELD, GIRDER FRAME 15 15 0 DO. DO. MODEL B. 12 12 0 DO. DO. MODEL D. 10 10 0 ALL THE ABOVE FITTED WITH FREE WHEELS & RIM BRAKES. Also Agent for that High-class Machine, Lea-Francis. These Cycles are the best value that money can purchase. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRS. ALSO ACCESSORIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. W. MAHER, 34, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. J. E. BRASSEY & SON, LTD., 9, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER, SOLE AGENTS FOR DISTRICT FOR RALEIGH CYCLES. Prices from Pg 10/- cash, with fixed wheel, and Rlo 10/- with free wheel, and two brakes, up to 92,5. Complete with good class lamp. bell, bag & tools. NOTE-RALEIGH SPECIALITIES, viz., FEATHERWEIGHT MACHINES Original Cross Frames, 2-speed Gears, Optional Free Wheel, Anti- Vibration Handles. Please ask for the Raleigh Catalogue, which will be:found vewy interesting to all Cyclists. As to Free Wheels, MR. C. W. BROWN, Special Expert on Cycle Construction to the C. T. C. Gazette," says I can recommend the Raleigh to those Cyclists who are on the look out for a really reliable Free Wheel." SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON GRADUAL PAYMENT SYSTEM. CYCLES ON HIRE. REPAIRS & ENAMELLING DONE ON PREMISES. isr. B. DOBELL & CO., LTD., COLLIERY PROPRIETORS & MERCHANTS. Local Office: 16, COAL EXCHANGE, CHESTER. Chief Offices: 61, HAMILTON STREET, BIRKENHEAD. CHESTER HOUSE COAL PRICE LIST. KITCHEN 15/10 ARLEY 20- BEST KITCHEN 16/8 BEST ARLEY 22 0 HOUSE COBBLES 17/6 I HOUSE NUTS 17/6 BEST WIGAN SLACK 15/. GOOD GENERAL 18/4 KITCHEN SLACK u/g The above prices are Net Cash, and should same be Booked, 1/8 per Ton Extra will be charged, but will be deducted should the Coal be paid for not later than the 20th of the month following delivery. The charge for Sacks is lOd. per ton extra. Special prices for Truck loads delivered at any Railway Station will be sent on application. LOCAL BRANCHES- 0 LIVERPOOL, EDGE-HILL, HOYLAKE, WEST KIRBY AND SEACOMBE. TEN GUINEAS TO TWENTY GUINEAS. i IT'S FOR YOU to decide whether Cycling shall be a pleasure or a toil. It all depends upon your choice of machine. By selecting THE SWIFT, FITTED WITH FRICTIONLESS FREE-WHEEL, TWO BRAKES, AND HIGHEST GRADE TYRES, YOU WILL POSSESS THE WORLD'S BEST. And a Cycle that will give satisfaction in every sense of the word. One Guinea paid immediately will secure one of these Royal machines. THE SPORTS TRADING CO., LTD., 100A, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. c PTFWWP ?? FURNISHING GOODS ?JL\???I'?J? OF EVERY DESCRIPTION COMPLETE FURNISHING- STORES, AT THE a TO 19, BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL, LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. FREE DELIVERY. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, POST FREE. STILL AHEAD! ANOTHER AND GREATER SUCCESS. AT THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION HELD AT THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL HALL, LONDON, SEPTEMBER 24, 25, 26, 1901. ALFRED merchant, CHESTER, IN THE THREE TEA BLENDING COMPETITIONS OPEN TO THE WI-IOLE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM, WAS AWARDED FOR HIGH-CLASS TEAS THE FIRST PRIZE, ( HIGHEST FOR HIGH-CLASS TEAS THE GRAND GOLD MEDAL AND DIPLOMA. ) HONOURS. FOR MEDIUM-CLASS TEAS THE SILVER MEDAL AND DIPLOMA. FOR ORDINARY TEAS THE SILVER MEDAL AND DIPLOMA. BUY YOUR TEA KROM A SPECIALIST. JOHN A. MATE, BRIDGE STREET ROW, AND BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. WE HAVE PURCHASED SOME THOUSANDS OF SUN HATS, BONNETS, WASHING COATS, PELISSES, &c. TRAVELLERS' SAMPLES, AND SHALL OFFER THEM AT HALF PRICE THEY CONSIST OF THE NEWEST GOODS, AND MOST OF THEM ARE rEItrEUVL 1 CLEAN. NOTE THE ADDRESS 17, BRIDGE STREET ROW, AND 50, BRIDGE STREET. TT A I R COMBINGS MADE UP, 2 PER OZ. COVERLETTE TAILS OF } prom HAIR FRAMES PURE I From 3/6 each. HAIR, 5/6 T. SEALES BROWN. 3. LEECE-ST. (CAR STATION), LIVERPOOL. I ROLAND J)AWSON, 46 & 49, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER, AND 1 & 2, WHITE HORSE YARD, PAWNBROKER, JEWELLER & CLOTHIER, DEALER IN FURNITURE, JEWELLERY, SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, PIANOS, FURS, CARPETS, BASSINETTES, &C. Cash Advanced to any amount on any of the above class of Goods. OO Id—Capital Pair of extra strong Second- ?0/U hand BEDSTEADS. K 1 I—New twelve months ago. Excel- (??? JL<3/ lent SUITE, comprising couch, pair of easies and six small chairs, solid walnut frames, upholstered in saddlebags cheap. "| £ £ £ £ —Serviceable second-hand COUCH, in I.ther; home-made. 18 ~i /—Unredeemed, scarcely been used, Gent's grand open face English Lever WATCH heavy 18et. cases, government stamped, keyless, centre seconds, all improvements. A 25 years' written warrantv. QI& 10 6—Guaranteed pure wool FLOCK J"1 LM/ ? BEDS, with bolster and pillows, extra strong ticks, full size. /"V — Unredeemed. LADY'S e?? -L?/ CYCLE, Dunlop tyres, good as new and cost £ 16. In perfect condition. OO I—Capital strong second-hand 3ft. Gin. CHEST OF DRAWERS. QO //?—Beautifully finished MAIL- 6ART, in cane, upholstered in best quality art blue leather, to carry one or two, turn up shafts, and all improvements. ￼ A YARD—36 inches wide, roll of good wearing II I BEDROOM CARPET. Qr* "IK — Out of pledge. Grand old Chippendale G R A K D- FATHER'S CLOCK beautifully inlaid cases, in perfect order. 0 K IdIJ—Full size well-made CHEST OF I DRA WERS, polished birch or mahog- any colour, thoroughly seasoned. 2 4 k IS*—Slightly damaged on railwav. Grand set of Iron BED- STEADS, 2in. thick, pillars, heavily mounted in brass. New design, full size. —Quite new. FAMILY BIBLE, not ????/ \) soiled, brass corners. ￼ 6 /-S?l,?.didlv finished Pair of solid V)/ Walnut Enclosed BEDROOM TABLES; large landscape mirror, beautiful tiled back, marble slab, chamber cupboard and chairs. j £ \—Pretty small size CHINA CABINET, ? O or Music Case, in solid walnut, plate glass doors, cost double. 8 JLO/ J—Grand SUITE, new short time j_j j' 0 ago heavy carved walnut chairs, quite a new design back, covered in finest quality terra cotta broche velvet. Perfect. 36/6-Beautiful enamelled TIMEPIECE, O for mantel shelf, 14 days, strikes hours and halves, best polished movements. 1 —Forfeited. Silver English Lever U WATCH a capital timekeeper. ￼ O /Has had very little wear. <?JL i<3/?) WASHING & WRINGING MACHINE combined rollers in best of con- dition. //?—Beautiful quality Black Cashmere JL?? DRESS LENGTH, 6yds., double width an exceptional bargain. ￼ "1 //3 — WeII-naished small size AO/ O SIDEBOARD, with high bevelled p te glass back, solid mahogany. TELXPHOSE SO. 141. EDTLSBHENS THE OLDEST FUKF.RAL ESTABLISHMENT IN THE CITY, 30, Frodsham Street, Chester. E. D. & SONS, having the Largest Stock of Belgian Horses, Superior Glass and Closed ( Hearses, Private Broughams. Coaches, & Glass- side Schillibeer, are prepared to Supply Funerals cheaper than any other shop in the City. E. I). & SOKS take the ENTIRE MANAGE- MENT OF FUNERALS in Town or Country with due regard to economy and taste. All Coffins made on the premises bv Practical Workmen and delivered in Town or Country in a few hours' notice. Undertakers supplied with Hearses and Carriages, Coffin-plates, Handles, Linings and Shrouds and Bearers at Moderate Charges. To the Poor or Benevolent, a good Coffin, Schillibeer and Grave complete, 38s. Ag-ent for METALLIC COFFINS, for Infectious Cases —— I PRIVATE ADDRKPBES 12, UNION WALK, adjoining Stables; and WELLFIELD HOUSE, NEWTON. Advertise! IF YOU Advertise 1 Want a Cook, Want a Clerk, Want a Partner, Want a Situation, Want a Servant Girl, Want to Sell a Piano, Want to Buy a Horse, Want to Sell a Carriage, Want to Buy or Sell a Farm, Want to Let a House or Cottage, Want to Sell House Property, Want to Sell Groceries or Drugs, Want to Sell Household Furniture, Want to Sell Dry Goods or Carpets, Want to find Customers for anything, ADVERTISE IN THE" CHESHIRE OBSERVER." The Paper read in every Home. The Very Best Medium in the District, Advertising will Gain New Customers, Advertising will Keep Old Customers Advertising Liberally always Pays, Advertising makes Success Easy, Advertising Begets Confidence, Advertising Shows Energy, Advertising Shows Pluck, Advertise then at once, Advertise Continually, Advertise Skilfully, Advertise at length, Advertise Here, Advertise Advertise! Now. Advertise I TELEPHONE 330. DENSONS SPECIAL WHITSUNTIDE LIST OF STATIONERY AND FANC7 GOODS. AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF STATIONERY JUST RECEIVED. OUR NEW STOCK CONSISTS OF Over 500 lb. Packets of Note Paper. ALSO A GREAT VARIETY OF BOXED PAP E T E R IE S, in White, Cream FTRW anr) T.int&. Our Special Line in GREYSTONE NOTE is in great demand. Price 2fd. per lb. packet; En- velope" to velopes to match 2fd. for 75. The New ALPINE BLUE NOTE is also recom- mended. Price 4§d. per lb. Envelopes to match 4jd. for 75. Another of offr Special Lines is the OLD LUDGATE VELLUM NOTE PAPER. Price 4. per lb. Envelopes to match 4¥i. per 100. This paper is made within His Gracious Majesty's Dominions. The "WHITE CHINA" NOTE PAPER, smooth surface, good quality, 4fd. per lb. packet. Envelopes to match 4fd. per 100. Satin faced, CREAM LAID NOTE PAPER, high quality, specially recommended. 6 £ d. per lb. packet. Envelopes to match 6Jd. per 100. Our Special PARCHMENT PAPER, good heavy quality. Five Quires 6M. per lb. packet. Envelopes to match Gid. per 100. The "BEAUFORT" CABINET contains 18 sheets of Grey Note Paper, and 18 Envelopes to match. Our price 2fd. The "AUTUMN" CABINET contains 20 sheets of White Paper and 20 Envelopes. Our price 2JD. The VENETIAN CABINET contains 20 sheets of Coloured Note Paper and 20 Envelopes. Tints: Pink, Heliotrope, Green and Pale Blue. Price 2fd. The "MODERN" CABINET contains 24 sheets of Cream Note Paper, and 24 Envelopes. Price 4tl. per Cabinet. The "RIVIERA" CABINET contains 48 sheets of Cream Note Paper. and 48 Envelopes to match. Price id. per box. The "TWILIGHT" CABINET contains 48 sheets of Grey Note Paper, and 48 envelopes to match. Price 7id. per box. These are a few of our best lines, which we specially recommend. Send for our samples and judge for yourself. We have also a large stock of FANCY CRINKLED PAPER, in every conceivable shade. Dancing Girl" Brand, 4M. per roll; cheaper quality, 2M. per roll. FANCY CANDLE SHADES, in Crinkled Paper or Silk, prices from 4AD. to 1/6 LAMP SHADES, in all colours and sizes. WEDDING and BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, in great variety. VISITING CARDS printed, price 16 for 50; 100 for 2/6; finest ivory cards; perfectly printed. Fifty different styles to choose from. PICTURE FRAMES and PHOTO FRAMES, in all sizes. Bibles and Prayer Books from 6d. each, new edition; Prayer and Hymn Books com- bined, from 18id. each, or in cases from 2/6 each. Fancy and Plain DISH PAPERS, Pie Dish Frills, and all kinds of Table Stationery, paper- backed sixpenny Novels, all sold at 4id. each. DENSONS 9 & 13, NORTHGATE ROW, CHESTER. CORONATION OF STYLE CORONATION OF VALUE DENSONS3 COMFORTABLE FOOTWEAR TO WALK EASY is a Comfort and Pleasure all the way. IT DOESN'T COST MUCH EITHER, that is, if you wear DENSONS' COMFORTABLE FOOTWEAR. Newest and most Fashionable Shapes for Spring Wear. GRAND SHOW OF SUMMER TANS. DENSONS FOR ECONOMY. Comfort, health, and pleasure secured by wearing DENSONS' reliable and well-tested makes of Ladies' and Children's BOOTS and SHOES. BUY OUR BOOTS AND SECURE REAL COMFORT. HALF-GUINEA BOOTS A SPECIALITY. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED HAVELOCK BRAND. DENSONS FOR ELEGANCE. A CHARMING RANGE OF ARTISTIC SHOES, in Black and Colours. WALKING SHOES, 2.11 to 15/6 Black and Brown CAN^ AS SB 'i ?. 2 1:. The HAYELOC K. 10,6 to 17 ,'S REPAIRS NEATLY E_\E DENSONS FOR COMFORT. GIRLS' AND BOYS' BOOTS FOR SCHOOL AND P BUTTON BOOTS. 2 LIT to 8!i:. BAR SHOES, 1,l1i f0 .( The choicest and best goods have hooD J«R.U-IOJ VI for the Young Folk. STRONG BOOTS, 8/11 to 8/6 Just the sort to buy for BOOTS MADE TO DENSONS, 9,11 & 13, NORTHGATE ROW, CHESTER. ASTON's..LINOLEUMS, CARPETS & RUGS. ASTONs. 14, ASTO LINOLET Lq-s CA PETS Rt G 8 -ksT 0N 14, WATERGATE STREET. CASH OR CREDIT. DISCOUNT FOR CASH. 149 W-A.TERGATE STREETIS
W. & F. BROWN & CO. EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER, IN CONJUNCTION WITH I Jas. Pain & Sons, Pyrotechnists to the King, WILL BE PLEASED TO GIVE DESIGNS AND ESTIMATES FOR DECORATIONS AND ILLUMINATioNS OIL the Occasion of the CORONATION of His Majesty King Edward VII.