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Cuts of Cheese frol-ili idltical Dairy which has furnished the typical finest Cheshire Cheese, value £ 5 each, given in the Chester Cup, can be obtained from Dutton's Sigarro Stored, Chester, who ]w.\(? Fi--ciircrl the te- mainder of this far-famed Dairy. Early ordera cksirable. SMART MILLINERY.—Special display of Latest Novelties for coining season. City Hat Stores, 32. Northgate-street. Best value in Chester at Thorp's (next SInsic Hall). HIS MAJESTY AND CHESTER RACES — Prime Old Cheshire Cheese, largest and choicest selection in the country, including that Col ? -AIc?dvl D? 'r ? His 1 la. cz4 y Gold Medal Dairy, as euppfiicd to His Slajci-iy the King, now en sale at Siessrs. Thompson, Son and Clemenee. Ohees-o-"actors, 10, North- gate-street (John Griffith), East-gate-street, 16, Forcg-ate-et;'0t, and branches. OUR NEW STORY.—The concluding instal- ment, of "The Billiard Marker'' appears in our columns this week, and next Saturday we shall commence the publication of a new of fascinating interest. It is entitled "A Qtiee-ii of ITc,,Lrt", I by Evelyn Everett-G reen, the author of litany successful novels. Sliss Everett-Green has a woH-deeerved reputation for putting before her readers a liappy romance, full of sunshine and a breezy buoyancy thait captivates everyone. The heroine, "Quoenie Dene," is a real ''Queen of Hearts." endowed with all the gifts and graces of the idea! woman, and she is sure to become a favourite with readers. Tho story lias every quality that makes for success in; fiction, and should prove as popular as any of ti,ici many excellent stories that have appeared in our columns.

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