WM. ANGUS & SONS, 1 GOLDSMITHS, SILYEESMITHS, WATCH Al,D CLOCK MAKERS, 27 & 29, LORD STREET, LIVERPOOL, INV[TE INSPECTION OF THEIR NEW AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF GEM & GOLD JEWELLERY, ENGAGEMENT & OTHER RINGS, SILVER AND ELECTRO PLATE, SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR'S GIFTS. Marked in plain figures, at exceptionally Low Prices. GOODS SENT ON APPROVAL AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. Telegrams Sugna.' Telephone 553.
i INNER & DESSERT WINES RED- CLARET, BURGUNDY, PORT, RFEK, AUSTRALIAN, HUNGARIAN. WHITE- SHERRY, MARSALA, MADEIRA, MOSELLE, SAUTERXE. il-nUUNIY, CHAMPAGNE, SAUAiUK. A variety of OLD SCOTCH & IRISH WHISKIES of the very finest quality. Quotations & Detailed Price Lists on application. THOS. WELSBY & CO. (ESTABLISHED 1813), WINE MERCHANTS, CHESTER. Telephone No. 41.
lottblic Announcements. ][TOYALT Y T" k,A T RE, CITY ROAD, CHESTER. Flole Proprietor and Responsible Manager: Mr. JAS. W. CARTER. special arrangement a TRAM CAR WILL LEAVE the THEATRE EVERY EVENING, a.t 10.30 o'clock. GREAT AND EXPENSIVE ATTRACTION I-AST FOUR NIGHTS of Mr. MILTON BODE'S Company, in the successful Musical Comedy- GENTLEMAN JOE,,9 THE HANSOM CABBY. V 48 Played at the Prince of Wales' Theatre, Lottdon. Words and Lyrics by Basil Hood. Music by Walter Slaughter. PRICES AND TIME AS USUAL. MONDAY NEXT, Nov. 22, and during the Week, the enormously successful London Oomedy THE GAY PARISIENNE.' MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. SATURDAY, NOV. 27TH, AT 8 P.M. MADAME ANTOINETTE STERLING'S GRAND EVENING CONCERT, ASSISTED BY toiss EDITH REMA, MADAME INVERNI, MESSRS. SPENCER LORRAINE, ARCHDEACON, GORDON TANNER, & LEY VERNON. AI)XIssioN :-Are& (Reserved), 3s. 6d. West llery (Reserved), 2s. 6d. Unreserved Area, 2s.; Side Galleries, ls. 6d,; Upper Gallery, Is. PRILLIPBON & GOLDER. A very popular me. TEMPERANCE HALL, GEORGE STREET. M. R. RICHARD COAD, THIS EVENING (TUESDAY) AT 8, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AT 3, WEDNESDAY EVENING AT 8, THURSDAY EVENING. t SPECIAL LECTURE IS MARRIAGE A FAILURE?' CHAIR MAN COUNCILLOR W. DENSON. SIXPENCE EACH. QHESTER VOLUNTEER BALL. ANNUAL BALL (in augmentation of the teeJa ^e Chester Artillery and Rifle Volun- HOTPTWi11 take P^ce at the GROSVENOR L» Chester, on THURSDAY, the 20th of jjUary> 1898. ^Qcing to commence at Nine o'clock. y s Ticket, 8/6 Gentleman's Ticket, 10/6. Stations will be received by the Honorary and BLAYNET, Messrs. PHILLIPSON fiootD V?IjI>se' Messrs. MINSHULL & MEBSON, ^*8ellers and at the Hotel. JOHN ASHTON, Col. 2nd (Earl of Chester's) V.B.C., Chairman of the Committee. HENRY THOS. BROWN, Col. 1st Cheshire and C.V.A. Corps, Honorary Secretary. DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY AND GENERAL DISPENSARY. I THE ANNUAL BALL n Åid of the Funds of this Charity will be held in THE COUNTY. HALL, DENBIGH, ON THURSDAY, 16TH DECEMBER NEXT. THOB- WILLIAMS, Esq., Llewesog Hall, Y Patroness Mrs. HEATON, Plas Heaton. D W. VAUGHAN JONES, Secretary. Denbigh, lith Nov., 1897. ST. JOHN BAPTIST. SA LEO F WORK, IN THB MASONIC HALL, QUEEN-STREET, WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, DEC. 8TH & 9TH. The Sale will be Opened on WEDNESDAY, Dec. 8th, at 2-30 p.m., by the WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR OF CHESTER (J. G. HOLMES, ESQ.). BOUGHTON HALL CRICKET CLUB BAZAAR. THIS BAZAAR WILL BB H&LD IN THE KIN G'S SCHOOL, ON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21 & 22, and will be Opened on the First Day by VISCOUNT BELGRAVE. EDWARD HODKINSON, Hon. Sec., 35, Pepper-street, Chester. THE CHESTER PAXTON SOCIETY'S ANNUAL FRUIT AND CHRYSANTHEMUM EXHIBITION WILL BE HELD IN THE TOWN HALL, CHESTER, TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY). Distribution of Prizes on Wednesday evening, at Eight o'clock, by THE MAYORESS. ADMISSION TO ExEllBITION -Second Day (Wed- nesday) From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Is.; 2 p.m. to 9p.m,, 6d. The MASSA BROTHERS will give Selections of lalusic at intervals during each day. DAIRY SHOW, WHITCHURCH, SALOP, NOVEMBER 23RD AND 24TH. t257 OFFERED IN PRIZES FOR THE BEST EXHIBITS IN CHEESE AND BUTTER. The MONTHLY FAIR will be held on WKDNES- in conjunction, when 150 Tons of Cheese will be Pitched in all. This will be the finest exhibition of Cheshire Cheese held in the United Kingdom. Slow OPENS on TUESDAY, at Two o'clock. FAIR on WEDNESDAY, at Ten o'clock. THOS. NUNNERLEY, Secretary. T. H. BANKS REGS to announce that he has taken over the Business of COAL & GRAVEL MERCHANT, "BVITURE REMOVER (ROAD OR RAIL), AND GENERAL CARTER, Man d OQ Mp-w- DAVIS, at ST. WERBURGH Ofd and °ANAL BASIN WHARF, where all *° bim wiU Proznpt & j^N & QO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 0 U S E AGENTS. PROPRIETORS or WAREHOUSES FOR STORING FURNITURE. VANS FOR REMOVING FURNITURE. Low PBICE AND RATES. public Notices. r.r-. £" MRS. R. GRANDIDGE begs to -m. THANK sincerely the numerous Friends who have so kindly expressed their sympathy and condolence with her in the great loss she has sustained. As it is impossible to reply to each one individually, Mrs. Grandidge trusts that all Friends will be good enough to accept her grate- ful thanks through this source. THE GRANGE, HOOLE, 12th November, 1897. JJATON GARDENS. The DUKE OF WESTMINSTER has given instructions for the GARDENS at EATON HALL to be thrown OPEN to the PUBLIC, with FREE ADMISSION, from this date until 1ST DECEMBER next. THE SEVENTY-EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CHESTER ASSOCIATION OF THE CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. SERMONS will (D.v.) be Preached in the Cathedral and City Churches on SUNDAY, 21st November, 1897. THE ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE MUSIC HALL, CHESTER, ON MONDAY, 22ND NOVEMBER, 1897, AT 7.30 P.M. CHAIRMAN THE RIGHT REV. LORD BISHOP. DICPUTATION: THE REV. F. A. P. SHIRREFF, Late of Lahore Divinity College THE REV. H. C. KNOX, Late of the Fuh-Kien Mission, and THE REV. F. WAINWRIGHT. COUNTY OF CHESTER. AT a Meeting of the Cheshire County Council, held at Chester Castle, on Thursday, the llth day of November, 1897, IT WAS ORDERED that, pursuant to the "Salmon Fishery Acts, 1861 and 1865," the following Members of the Council be appointed to represent the Council on the Joint Fishery Com- mittee for the District of the River Dee, viz. THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER. K.G., Eaton, Chester JOHN THOMPSON, of Netherleigh House, Chester, Esquire: SAMUEL HENRY SANDBACH, of Cherry Hill, Malpas, Esquire; JOHN JAMES EVANS, of Brackenwood, Beb- ington, Esquire WILLIAM CONG&EVE, of Burton Hall, Neston, Esquire; The Rev. CHARLES WOLLEY-DOD, of Edge Hall, Malpas. Cheshire. REGINALD POTTS, Clerk of the Cheshire County Council. Chester, 16th November, 1897. HOWELL'S FEMALE ORPHAN SCHOOLS, DENBIGH. On TUESDAY, December 7th next, Two Vacancies for Orphan Foundationers, between the Ages of Seven and Twelve years, and Three Vacancies for Pay Boarders, over Seven Years of Age, will be filled up at the above School. Terms, 120 per annum, payable Quarterly in advance. The Local Governors will also entertain applications for the admission of Day Scholars, the Terms being, Entrance Fee, 10s.; and a Quarterly payment of R2 in advance. Forms of application for the above several vacancies can be had from Mr. J. P. LEWIS, Solicitor, Denbigh, Clerk to the Local Governors, and all applications must be sent to him on or before Saturday, the 27th instant. Former applications should be renewed by letter to the Clerk on or before the last mentioned date. Canvassing the Local Governors, either directly or indirectly, is strictly forbidden. NOTE. — There is a Qualification test for the admission of Children, regulated according to age, which can be had from the Clerk. The School Examiner is to test all elected Candidates and report to the Local Governors. Denbigh, November 2nd, 1897. LONDON AND GLOBE FINANCE CORPORATION, LIMITED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the TRANSFER BOOKS of this Corporation will be CLOSED from the 1st to the 7th day of December .next, both days inclusive. Shareholders whose names are inscribed on the Register on the 1st December will alone have the right to apply for bhares in the British-America Corporation, Limited (organised to exploit the now celebrated Yukon Goldfields and the Province of British Columbia), and shortly to be offered tor subscription to Share- holders in the London and Globe Finance Corpora- tion, Limited. The Shares of the British-America Corporation, Limited, will be allotted in propor- tion to the number applied for, and not according to the number of London and Globe Shares held by the applicant. By Order of the Board, A. B. DEALTRY, Secretary. 15, Austin Friars, London, E.C., November llth, 1897. In the High Court of Justice.—1897, W. 0124, Chancery Division, Mr. Justice Romer. In the matter of the WREXHAM, MOLD, AND CONNAH'S QUAY RAILWAY COMPANY; and in the matter of the Railway Companies'Act, 1867. WHEREAS by an Order, dated the 8th day of September, 1897, made in the above matters, an inquiry is directed whether there are any and what debts of the said company and whether the same and which of them are incum- brances or charges on the undertaking or tolls and moneys arising out of the same at any and what part of the same respectively, and how the same respectively were created, and what are the rights and priorities of the persons for the time being interested therein. All persons claiming to be entitled as aforesaid, are required on or before the 23rd day of December, 1897, to come in and prove their claims at the Chambers of Mr. Justice Romer, at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said order. FRIDAY, the 7th day of January, 1898, at 12 o'clock at noon, at the said Chambers, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the claims.—Dated this 4th day of November, 1897. GEO. A. CROWDER, Master. CUNLIFFES & DAVENPORT, 48, Chancery lane, London, W.C., Agents for R. Lingard Monk, Manchester. RICHARD GRANDIDGE, DECEASED. ALL Persons having CLAIMS or DEMANDS against the Estate of the late RICHARD GRANDIDGE, of the Grange, Hoole, near the City of Chester, and of the West Float, Birkenhead, in the County of Chester, Timber Merohant, Ac., who died on the 2nd day of November instant, are requested to at once send in particulars of such Claims to ARTHUR E. CALDECUTT, 17, Newgate-street, Cheater, Solicitor to the Representatives of the said B, Grandidge, deceased. NORTHGATE BREWERY COMPANY'S PKIME CHESTER ALE8. SPECIAL RAWRALL|JS3 HER MAJESTY APPOINTMENT THE QUEEN AND H.R.H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. R O W N & CO., MERCERS, CHESTER. THE LATEST PARIS MILLINERY, MANTLES, EVENING DRESSES, TAILOR-MADE COATS AND SKIRTS, SEALSKIN JACKETS, SABLE NECKLETS, SABLE MUFFS. MOURNING OUTFITS. IStmcattonaL ARCVILLE COLLEGE. EAST PARADE, RHYL. PRINCIPAL: MISS MERCIER, assisted by fully qualified HediUept and Visiting Teachers. Pupils prepared for tie various Examinations. French, German, and Spanish are taught conversa. tion and grammar. Entire charge of girls whose parents are abroad. Home comforts and care. MR. H. BAYMAN, Teacher of the Violin (late Conductor and Solo Violin of the Arion Orchestral Concerts), Visits Chester weekly. Testimonials and press critiques on appli- cation.—Cremona House, 199, Edge-lane, Liverpool. J M. BUCKLEY, Teaches Violin, w Piano, Singing. Visits Chester on Saturdays. Sixty-four successes in local examinations. The only teacher in the north who has passed candidates through the Associated Boards, U. A. M. and R C.M. for both violin and piano.-47, Falkner-street, Liverpool.. rpHE ASSOCIATED BOARD JL OF THE R.A.M. & R.C.M. FOR LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IN MUSIC. President: H R.H. THE PRINCE or WALES, E.G. THOMAS THRELFALL, Esq., Chairman. The Hon.G. W SPENCER LYTTELTON.C. B, Deputy Chairman, Local Centre Examinations. See Syllabus A. School Examinations. See Syllabus B. Copies of either Syllabus, in which important altera- tions will be found, post free on application to the Central Office, 32, Maddox-street, London, W. SAMUEL AITKEN, Hon. Sec. hotels, ^gtiros, æc. ">1 'f" E S W A L L. JJOTEL YICTOEIA. RESIDENTIAL HOTEL. Delightful climate. Highly recommended by the Medical Profession, being sheltered from the North and East winds by the Heswall Hills. Magnificent views of the River Dee and Welsh Mountains. Healthiest and most picturesque part of Cheshire. SPECIAL TERMS FOR WEEK ENDS. Apply MRS. REES, Manageress. Telephone 2205. DELIGHTFUL WINTER RESIDENCE (NO Fogs).—WEST KIRBY NEW HYDRO HOTEL. HOYLAKE GOLF LINKS. Baths (Turkish, Salt, Plunge), Massage, Nauhein and Weir, Mitchell Treatment, &c. Week-ends from 16/ M. S. Dr. Wilkinson. Terms, apply MANAGERESS. Telephone 2786. | > HYL.—VISITORS will find every comfort at XL the NEW MARINE HYDRO during the present season. Close to golf links. Facing the sea. QOUTHPORT SUNNYSIDE HYDRO. Phys.: Dr. BARNARDO. Summer and Winter Residence; one of the handsomest buildings in Southport, centrally situated, replete with every comfort; fine sea view, near parks, pier, and trams. Summer terms from 6s. per day, including Turkish, Russian, and other Baths; Massage and Galvanism. J. BOOCOCK, Proprietor. Stippntg. "J-'J'' 'r. ,r.. NEW ZEALAND. REDUCED FARES. Intending Settlers approved by the Agent-General receive Passages at Reduced Rates by the NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO.'S and the SHAW, SAVILL & ALBION CO.'S Steamers. Apply to AGENT-GENERAL FOR NEW ZEALAND, 13, Victoria-street, London, S. W. Also to Agents for the above-mentioned Com- panies.-T. HORABIN, 16,Newgate-street, Chester. WHITE STAR LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. NOTICE.—The Steamers of this Line follow the specified Outward and Homeward Tracks adopted by the leading Liverpool and New York Steamship Companies. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK. via QUTENSTOWN, every WEDNESDAY. GERMANIC Wed.. Nov. 24 BRITANNIC..Wed., Dec. 8 TEUTONIC ..Wed., Dec. 1 *MAJESTIC.Wed., Dec. 15 Second Cabin will be carried on the voyages marked thus* Cotton not carried on Passenger Steamers. Steerage Passage at Low Rates, including Outfit free of charge to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, or Baltimore. Superior accommodation at n oderate fares for Saloon and Second Cabin; also through bookings to China, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia. For further particulars apply to W COVENTRY 11 1BHAT' "S.D CO.,10, Water-i;treet, Liverpool. BEAVER LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL TO ST. JOHN, N.B. (Via HALIFAX) (Calling at LONDONDERRY) Weekly Lowest Through Rates to MONTREAL, QUEBEC TORONTO, HAMILTON, LONDON, WINNI- PEG, VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, CHICAGO BUFFALO. DETROIT, and the principal towns in NEW BRUNSWICK, &c. Superior Accommodation at lowest rates for Saloon, Second Cabin and Steerage Passages. For Freight or Passage apply to D. & C. MACIVER, Managers, Albert Square, Manchester, and Tower Buildings Liverpool. JL^QV GOLD IN CANADA. KLONDYKE. All who desire information Vespecting Klondike and rnLSUiu^'u of t Ontario and British Columbia should write to ALLAN BROS. & CO., 19, James St., Liverpool, for their MAPS and LBATLETS regarding the above and the AGRICULTURAL AElaUROES Of CANADA, which are sent FREE. CALIFORNIA, ARIZONA, MEXICO, TEXAS, For Health, Pleasure, and Profit. Reliable information as to FRUIT GROWING, FARMING, HUNTING, FISHING, &c., sent free. Tours and Single Trips affording choice of several routes. Lowest rates for all classes.—Apply to RUD. FALCK, General European Agent, Southern Pacific Company, 25, Water-street, Liverpool; 18, Cockspur-street, S.W,, and 49, Leadenhall-street, E.C., London. I MISS KATE BEESLEY, -LTJ- PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION (Pupil of Miss BATEMAN, London), RECEIVES PUPILS FOR RECITATIONS, STAGE, &c. CONCERTS AND AT HOMES ATTENDED. Address: Miss KATB BEKSI>EY, care of Messrs. Phillipson & Golder, PAsto" Raw, Chester. I FARM IMPLEMENTS FOR PRESENT USE. Grinding Mills, Kibblers, Chaff-Cutters, Pulpers, Slicers & Graters. j Spring-tooth Cultivators, Ploughs of every description, Harrows, &c., &c. Also Carts, Lurries, & Shandnes. ALL BY BEST MAKERS l; AT LOWEST PRICES. LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM. INSPECTION INVITED. I DICKSONS CORN EXCHANGE IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE, CHESTER. HERE IS THE OPPORTUNITY! HIGH CLASS PIANOS. STEINWAY UPRIGHT GRAND, Ebonised Case- 100 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 70 Guineas. BECHSTEIN UPRIGHT OVERSTRUNG OBLIQUE GRAND, Rose- wood- 90 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 60 Guineas. BECHSTEIN UPRIGHT OVERSTRUNG OBLIQUE GRAND, Oak 'Mediaeval'— 75 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 50 Guineas. Wrought Iron Lamp, to match, 3 Guineas. BLUTHNER UPRIGHT OVERSTRUNG OBLIQUE GRAND, Rose- wood. 80 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 57 Guineas. SCHIEDMAYER UPRIGHT OVERSTRUNG OBLIQUE GRAND, Rosewood- 95 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 50 Guineas. BROADWOOD UPRIGHT GRAND, Rosewood- 75 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 40 Guineas. COLLARD & COLLARD UPRIGHT GRAND, Rosewood- 68 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 38 Guineas. I BRINSMEAD UPRIGHT 'SOSTENENTE' GRAND, Walnut— 68 Guineas. Nett prompt Cash, 38 Guineas. A. RICHARDSON, 43, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER; J AND BANK BUILDINGS, REGENT-STREET, WREXHAM. GROSVENOR NURSERIES, IFLISB HAND BRIDGE. c,. FRUIT TREES, ROSES, SHRUBS, ATTT/.Trn JP QUICKS, &C. EXTRA LARGE STOCK OE HOLLIES. AT REASONABLE PRICES. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. MCHATTIE & CO., NURSERYMEN, CHESTER. COAL CONTRACT. THE Hydraulic Engineering Co., Ltd., are JL prepared to receive TENDERS for the Supply of SLACK AND COAL for their Works for the year 1898. Further particulars as to quantity, etc., can be ebtained on application at the Works. publications. JUST PUBLISHED. LONGRIDGE'S (GLOSSARY OF MINING TERMS, VJ W ith Illustrations & Geological Survey Map Signs. PRICB, 2s. 6d. POSTAGE, 2d. 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B. and Co., are now making a Display of the Latest Fashions for Ball and Dinner wear, in- cluding Rich Brocaded Silks, Satin Duchesse, The new Sequin Robes, Opera Cloaks, Fans, and Laces. EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. WRIGHT'S HAIRDRESSINO ROOMS. Electric Power Hair Brushing. HENRY LANCELEY & SON, ENGINEERS, BROOK STREET, CHESTER, MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM ENGINES, SAW BENCHES, BUILDERS IRONWORK, IRON & BRASS CASTINGS. REPAIRS TO STEAM ENGINES OF ALL KINDS GENERAL MACHINERY, &C. ISAAC WILLIAMS AND SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, & GAS FITTERS, JL CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. Plumbers' Brasswork of all descriptions Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, &c. Glass of all qualities and patterns kept in Stock. COUNTY OF CHESTER. RIGHTS ON YEHICLES. THOS. WOOD & GON, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER, Have a Large Selection of the REGULATION LIMP8. EDWARD WILLIAMS, HOUE AND SIGN PAINTER, COLOURER, PAPER-HANGER, &c., 33, NICHOLAS STREET, CHESTER. Paper-Hangings of the Newest Designs kept in Stock. 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