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Ituctio-a Øiat. gates by MESSRS. CHURTON. ELPHICK, ROBERTS & RICHARDSON. Feb. 16-At the Auction Mart, Foregate-street- Household Furniture and Effects By MESSRS. OUNNAH & ROBERTS. Feb. 3-At the Smithtield, Hooton—Store Cattle, Sheep, Pigs and Calves Feb. 6-At the Blossoms Hotel. Chester-Dwelling- Houses in Water Tower-view, Chester Feb. 6-At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester-Building Land at Kelssll Feb. 8-At Lixam Green House, Buckley-Farming Stock, Furniture, &c. Cl, Feb. 9—At the Chester Smithfield—Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, and Calves Feb. 12-At Dunkirk House, Cdpenhurrt-Farraing Stock and Effects Feb. 20—At the Blossoms Hotel, Chester—Resi- dential Property in the City of Chester Mar. 4-At Blacon House, near Chester-Farming Stock, Furniture, Ac. Sales tig Auction. AUCTION MART, FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. MESSRS. QHURTON, ELPHICK & co. will hold a Sale of .Miscellaneous FURNI- TURE AND EF I* ECTS on TUESDAY, 16th February, 1904. Early entries invited. THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY), Feb. 3rd, at One. AT HOUrON SMIl'iiFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH & RUBERTS will hold their next WEEKLY SALE of Fat and Store CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS and CALVES. Entries respectfully solicited. On Saturday Next. WATER TOWEK, VIEW, CHESTER. MESSRS. CUNNAH AND ROBERTS WIN SELL BY AUCTION at the Blossoms ilotei, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 6th February, 1904, at Three p.m. (subject to conditions) Six Freehold DWELLiNGHUUsES. Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11, Water lower-view, tioole-lane, in the City of Chester, all let to good tenants, at the gross aggregate rental of £ 85 ltis. per annum. Each house contains lubuy, parlour, kitchen, back-kitchen, three bedrooms. yard and w c., &c. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONJSKES, Grosvenor Buildings, Cheater or to MESSRS. JOLLIFFE & JOLLIFFE, Solicitors, 13, St. John-street. Chester. On Saturday Next. KELSALL, NEAR CHESTER. Valuable Freehold Building Land to be SOLD BY AUCTION, by ESSRS. OUNNAH & ROBERTS at the .1.J Blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 6th day of February, 1004, at Three o'clock punc- tually, subject to conditions to be then and there produced- All that Piece of valuable BUILDING LAND, known as "The Squeeze Crab," situate adjoining the Beerhouse kept uy Airs. Sadler, in the township of Delamere, in the County of Chester, with a good frontage to the main road from Chester to North- wich, on the south side thereof, and containing 3,300 square yards or thereabouts, now in the occupa- tion of Mr. James Vernon at an annual rent of JMlOs. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Groavenor Buildings, Chester or to Messrs. LINAKKR & LI-ITAKER, Solicitors, 58, High-street, Runcorn. On MOXDAY NEXT, February 8th, 1904. Sale of the whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock and Household Furniture at LIXAM GREEN HOUSE, BL'CKLLY. MESSRS. CUNNAH and ROBERTS are favoured with instructions from the Exors. of the late Mr. Thos. iizt)es, to SELL BY AUC- TION the STOCK, F UR-N If URE and EFFCTS, including 4 grand Dairy Cows, rearing heifer, part stack of hay, 3 store pigs, pony cart, harness, tools, and Household Furniture. Sale at One o'clock prompt Auction offices. Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. TUESDAY NEXT, 9th February, 1904. AT THE CHESTER SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. CUNNAH & ROBERTS WIN HOLD theu- usual WEEKLY SALE of FAT CATTLE, Sheep, Pigs, and Calves, com- mencing with Cattle at 11.15, including two grand young Dairy Cows, close on calviug. Entries respectfully solicited. Auction Offices, Grosvenor Buildings, Chester. On FRIDAY. February 12th, 1904. Sale of the STOCK and EFFCTS at DUNKIRK HOUSE. CAPENHURST. MESSRS. CUNNAH and ROBERTS are iWM favoured with instructions from Mr. Robt. Kellett (who is leaving the farm) to SELL BY AUCTION 20 Grand Young DAIRY COWS and HEIFERS, Store Bullocks and Heifers, Stack of Hay, Poultry, Cart, Implements, Tools, Dairy Utensils, and* Effects. Sale at 1-30 prompt. CURZON PARK AND LIVERPOOL ROAD, CHESTER. Sale of exceedingly attractive and beautifully situ- ated Freehold Family Residences, known as CURZON HOUSE, CURZON PARK, together with the extensive Greenhouses, Gardens and Outhouses thereto belonging; and also EGER- TON VILLA. LIVERPOOL-ROAD, with the Stabling and Gardens attached thereto. MESSRS. OUNNAH & ROBERTS will SELL BY AUCTION, at the blossoms Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, the 20th day of February. 1904, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon punctually, and subject to conditions to be then produced— LOT 1.—All that valuable Freehold FAMILY RESIDENCE, known as Cuizon House, Curzon Park, in the City of Chester, within a short distance of the electric trains and within easy reach of the station and city, and at present in the occupation of the Exors. of the late George Dutton, Esq. The Residence, which is brick built and tiled, and surrounded by ornamental grounds tastefully laid out and perfectly wooded, is approached by a carriage drive and coutains on the Ground Floor vestibule and spacious hall laid with Minton tiles, four entertaining rooms, lavatory and w.c., good kitchens and the usual out-offices. First Floor, large landing, sewing-room, six bed and dressing-rooms, housemaid's closet, w.c., bath- room and lavatory. Second Floor, large room, convertible into a billiard-room, and two large bedrooms. Gas, hot and cold water, and electric bells throughout house. The Outbuildings comprise coach-house, saddle- room, with loft over, gig-house, loose-box and two- stall stable. Glass.—There are extensive ranges of green- houses and hothouses, with heating apparatus com- plete. The Gardens are large and exteasive, tastefully laid out and well stocked with choice fruit trees. Water is latd on. There is also a back road, and the usual potting and men's sheds and out-offices. Immediate possession can be given. LOT 2.—All that desirable Semi-detached Freehold RESIDENCE, known as Egerton Villa, Liverpool- road, in the City of Chester, within easy reach of both the Northgate and General Stations and the city, formerly in the occupation of the late Alder- man Leonard Gilbert. The House is brick built and slated, and contains conservatory porch and conservatory adjoining, with vines and heating apparatus complete. The house contains on the ground floor, nail, three entertaining-rooms, kitchen, back kitchen and usual out-offices; and on the first floor, seven bedrooms, bath-room with hot and cold water, lavatory and w.c. The Stabling comprises coach-house, two-stall stable with loft and men's room over, saddle-room, and yard. The house is approached by a carriage drive. The ornamental grounds are well laid out with shrubs and flower beds, and there is a tennis lawn at the back Immediate possession can be given. Orders to view may be had from the AUCTIONEERS. Further particulars on application as to Lot 1 from Messrs. Baowi and DOBIE, Solicitors, North- gate-street or as to both Lots to the AUCTIONEERS, Grosvenor Buildings; or to Messrs. JOLLIFFE and JOLLIFFE, Solicitors, all of Chester. On FRIDAY, 4th March, 1904. IMPORTANT SALE of the whole of the FARMING STOCK, FURNITURE and EFFECTS at BLACON HOUSE, near Chester, by order of the Executors of the late William Williams, Esq CUNNAH & ROBERTS, Auctioneers. Vublication. THE "CHESHIRE SHEAF." NOW RWAL>y, VOL. III. OF THE THIRD SERIES. EDITED BY THE REv. FRANCIS SANDERS, M.A., VICAR OF HOYLAKE; AND WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, HON. SECRETARY OF THE RECORD SOCIETY. THE First, Second and Third Volumes of the New (Third) Series of the CHESHIRE SHEAF, reprinted after revision from the Chester Courant, together with a full Index of Names and place, are now ready for issue to Subscribers. PRICE TO SUBSCRIBERS, 6/- NETT. Application for copies to be sent to- MR. WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, 56, PARK ROAD SOUTH, BIRKENHEAD, PEEPAID ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES I 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 Chester Courant at the following rates:- NOT EXCEEDING TWENTT WORBS- 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/- I o be let. "r, FIST OF RESIDENCES, ■« ISSUED MONTHLY. SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION TO W. & F. BROWN & CO., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW. CHESTER. 1 WALPOLE STREET, Chester. Early JLO, possession—Apply on the premises. SUPERIOR APARTMENTS, board if desired central; large, airy rooms. All modern con- veniences perfect sanitation. Excellent testi- monials.—Address "Veritas," "Courant" Office. CHESHIRE.—COTTAGE RESIDENCE TO LET, within two miles of Broxton. Rent £ —Apply to Messrs. Barker, Coppack & Wickham, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. 2078 f B^O BE LET by the year, or on lease, "THE JL CROSS KEYS" PUBLIC HOUSE, bo- tweea Llanarmon and Llanferres, five miles from Mold.—Apply to Major I-L. S. Birch, Maes Elwy, St. Asaph. fl^O LET, 27, CAMBRIAN VIEW, containing 1 two entertaining-rooms, four bedrooms, bath (hot and cold), kitchen, scullery, and outside wash- house. Nice garden back and front; greenhouse. Rent £ 35.—Warmsley, Jones & Co., 2y, Eastgate Row (Nerth), Chester. YALE OF CLWYD —One of the prettiest Old Country Houses in this beautiful Valley two miles from Denbigh Station, one mile from Tele- graph-office; four reception and 12 bedrooms, good stabling, gardens, grass land, and three cottages. Water and drainage perfect. A little shooting if required. Rent moderate. -Apply toR. T. Wickham. Land Agent, Chester. FARMS TO LET.—190 Acres in the Stafford- shire dairy country, nearly all grass, and 265 Acres in Yorkshire; both soils well suited to dairy purposes both first-class land, with good houses and premises entry this spring. Advertised in this paper in order to get good dairy experience. —For particulars of either, apply Vavasour, Tadcaster, Yorkshire. jVJ EAR CHESTER.—TO BE LET, Furnished .131 or Unfurnished, the very substantially built and well arranged Famny Residence, CHRISTLE- TON HALL, situate about two miles from the City of Chester; four reception rooms, billiard room, seventeen bed and dressing-rooms stabling, gardens, and 28 acres of grass land town water, and new sanitary arrangements.—Apply W. and F. Brown and Co., Eastgate Row, Chester. (4240) Co be zolb. ON SALE, 28 good strong SCOTCH EWES, Ram with them since 1st October.—Apply Thomas Cheaters, Barrow, near Chester. flj \OR MANURE BEDDING DOWN JD CATTLE.—SHODuY DIRT FOR SALE, Cheap, at James Lees, Willow-street Mill, Oldham. I ADIES' DRESS LENGTHS, 3s. lid. carriage 1 i paid Knops, Ziuelines, Snowttakes, Voiles, Poplins, Armures, Alpacas. Patterns free.— Bradford Dress Warehouse, .Shipley, Bradford. OBT. W. K1LLON, Coal Exchange, Chester, My Supplies SPAR GRAvEL, Chippings, Macadam, &c., for drives and walks; SLEEPERS and TIMBEKS for fencing; Welsh and Buxton Building and Agricultural LIMES. Quotations given to any station. Telephone 70. FOR SALE, Black HORSE, well known in Cheshire, the property of Jus Fairrie, who is unable to continue huuting About It) hands, well up to 14 stone, thoroughly sound, tit, and a safe conveyance across country.—Apply to Jeseph Wilson, groom, The Cedars, iiuole, Ullter. 20t)2 CHESTER.—TO BE SOLD (leasehold), a par- C ticularly desirable Detached RESIDENCE, standing in about one acre of nicely timbered grounds, on the south side of the city, 011 line of tramway, commanding views of the Welsh hills; containing entrance hall, lavatory and w.c., 3 L reception rooms, b bedrooms, 1 dressing-room, capital bath, separate w.c., housemaid's pantry and boxroom, kitchen, and usual offices and cellars; outside washhouse, etc. Tastefully laid- out garden, tennis lawn and greenhouse. The whole in excellent order.—Apply W. and F. Brown and Co., Eastgate Row, Chegier. (5880). 2070 Established 1832. ART and LURRY TARPAULINS, \J LONG and LOIN CLOTHS for Horses, COAL and CORN SACKS, equal in price and quality to any in the kingdom. Ladders, Blocks, Pulleys, Rope of all sizes. TENTS suitable for all purposes, Decorations if required. Prompt atten- tion to enquiries either for Sale or Hire of above.— Apply DAVIES & SuNS, Crane-street, Victoria road, and 4. Coal Exchange. Chester. ONE "BENY" MOTOR CAR, 0 TO CARRY FOUR, Also one 6 H.P. DARRACQ," BOTH CARS TO BE SOLD CHEAP. ALSO Steam Engines & Boilers, Saw Benches, General Machinery, AND STEAM USEKS' REQUIREMENTS, &C. LANCELEYS, ENGINEERS, CHESTER fiEantcH. WANTED, BOY, about 14, to live out.— Apply after six at 18, Pepper-street. 2096 WANTED, SITTING-ROOM and two BED- ROOMS, with use of bath room, for moderate terms.—Address B 82, "Courant" Office. WANTED to Purchase, good Clean Dry CATTLE BONES.—Apply to the Bone Phosphate and Chemical Company, Limited. FJint. VACANCY at the House of Mercy Laundry for T large FAMILY WASH.—Apply by letter to Lady Superintendent. 2093 USINESS Gent. WANTS LODGINGS Chester, central, healthy locality; with widow preferred; cleanliness and comfort.—State terms, board or otherwise, N 47, "Courant" Office. COOK (good plain) WANTED, also HOTJSE- PARLOURMAID; wages £ 22 to £ 25, £ 16 to E18. Write age and full particulars, "Buildwas Abbey," Iron Bridge, Salop. 2075 COTTAGE WANTED, to rent, country pre- ferred detached, or semi-detached in quiet, respectable locality. Address L 88, "Courant" Office, Chester. 2088 AS Temporary BUTLER or WAITER, by day or week; many years' experience in private service. Good references.—Berridge, Park Cottage, Park-street, Chester. 2074 GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, about 17 three in family comfortable home. — Write, with reference, Mrs. Varley, 9, Marshside-road, Churchtown, Southport. 2091 CHESTER. WANTED, a FURNISHED HOUSE, two reception-rooms, five bedrooms, offices, &c., for term of years; outside city preferred. Rent about £ 60.—Apply B., 1, Culver-terrace, Sandown, Isle of Wight. APPRENTICE.—A modern CHEMIST, Dis- pensing, Photographic, &c., WANTS an intelligent YOUTH, about 1(5. as Apprentice, on coast of North Wales. No premium. Good open- ing.-Address C 15, "Courant" Office. 2094 OAT.-WANTED, a good sound Second-hand i BOAT, about 14 feet long, with flat bottom, suitable for fishing, netting, &c., on a small lake.— Address, with description and price. Steward, Leeswood Hall, Mold, Flintshire. SMALL ROUSE, two sitting and three or four bedrooms, within 10 or 12 miles of Chester. Modern conveniences and good railway service essential. Possession March 25. Rent must be moderate. Particulars to Innellan," Parkgate- road. Chester. MRS. SMITH, 5, Hugh-street, Overleigh-road, Handbridge, Chester, begs to inform the Ladies of Chester and district that she has opened a SERVANTS' REGISTRY, and trusts to be favoured with their kind enquiiies. Hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4 p.m. Several Servants disengaged. OLD-ESTABLISHED FIRM REQUIRES an 0 AGENT to introduce customers for Heating, Ventilating, Drying, and Hot Water Supply. Several important new patents. Liberal commis- sion.—Write for details and give particulars of facilities for securing business, Stephenson, Rose- mount, Friern Barnet. 2031 J dfounft. FOUND, Black and Tan TOY TERRIER. Owner can have same by defraying expenses. If not claimed in seven days will be sold.-Address N 48, "Courant" Office. 2095 hotels, J1l!btDS, &c. C) RAIGSIDE HYDRO, LLANDUDNO. ) — IDEAL WINTER RESORT. LUXURIOUS BATHS. COVERED TENNIS. ENTERTAINMENTS. Special Winter Tariff from 8/- per day (including Baths). R. E. MUNRO, Manager. Sijippins. "I -# ALL AN LINE TO CANADA, UNITED STATES, RIVER 48 PLATE AND INDIA. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. Feb. 9.. RHENANIA St. Johns, N.F., & Halifax Feb. 11 CITY OF BENARES .Calcutta Feb 11.SICILIAN Halifax & St. John, N.B. Feb. 13.ANATOLIA Monte Video and Buenos Ayres OCEAN RATES :—To Canada, Saloon from Bll; Second Cabin, £7 10s. Third Class, 95 10s. To India, 237 10s. and £ 27 10s. For full particulars apply to "ALLAN'S," 103, Leadenhall-street, London, E.C., and 19, James- street, Liverpool; or CHARLES WRIGHT, 26, Water- gate-street, Chester. fteuuers. SALE OF GROWING TIMBER. TENDERS solicited for Fifty OAKS now grow- ing on the Gorse Croft Farm, Audlem. Tenders to be sent in not later than February 18th to Mr. JAMES BENNION, Sunny Side, Kinsal Heath, Audlem. Acceptance of highest or any tender not guaranteed V • O • L VERY OLD LIQUEUR GCOTCH WHISKY. OLDEST. PUREST. BEST. 24/- per Gallon, 48/- per Dozen, 4/- per Bottle. A variety of other choice old Scotch Whiskies At 361-, 39/ 42/- & 44/- per Dozen. CARRIAGE PAID. QUELLYN ROBERTS & Co., FAMILY WINE MERCHANTS, THE OLD CRYPT, CHESTER. QHOICK CUT FLOWERS AND DECORATIVE PLANTS. PRICES MODERATE. D EASTGATE 0 ICKSONS, STREET, CHESTER CHESTER STEAM LAUNDRY, VICTORIA ROAD (CLOSE BY THE NORTHGATE STATION). All the arrangements are on the most approved modern system for Washing, Ironing, Drying, Packing, &c., and the management most efficient. z, W. H. LIPSHAM, Secretary & General Manager. (Chester Steam Laundry Co., Ltd ) fcajT Inspection is specially invited on any day excepting Mondays and Saturdays. HOW TO DEAL IN STOCKS & SHARES.— Write for handbook to local branch of LONDON AND PARIS EXCHANGE. LTD. B COMMERCE COURT, 11. LORD-STREET, LIVERPOOL. Correspondence invited on all matters of share dealing. Call-options explained. Americans and Africans bought on small margin. MANCHESTER BRANCH: Bindloss Chambers 4, Chapel Walk. EDWARD WILLIAMS. OUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, COLOURER, PAPER-HANGER, &c., 33, NICHOLAS STREET, CHESTER. Paper-Hangings of the Newest Designs kept in Stock. Pattern Books sent out to Select from. Estimates given for Town or Country Work. BLAIR'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS FOE BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. BHEUMATISM, GOUT, LUMBAGO, BLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. and SCIATICA. The acute pain is The acute pain is -rjLAIB'S GOUT PILLS. m TJLAIR'S GOUT PILLS. D Box. NEW IDEAS AND NEW METHODS The old-fashioned methods are out of date. The old-fashioned, the clumsy, and the unattractive should be put away for ever. To nothing does this apply more forcibly than to your printing. ATTRACTIVE PRINTING Is just as essential to a business man as a desk or counter; and it is one of the best of advertisements. A shoddy sheet of notepaper or a shoddy bill head is one of the worst of advertisements. UP-TO-DATE! What you want is smart up-to-date printing, up-to-date type, up-to-date style These you will get at reasonable prices, and quickly too, at the COURANT OFFICE, THE CROSS, CHESTER. DR. KING'S LIVER PILLS. Est. 1832. Dandelion and Quinine (without Mercury), For FURRED TONGUE, BILIOUSNESS. HEADACHE, SICKNESS. DR KING'S LIVER PILLS. I Dandelion and Quinine (without Mercury) For WIND. INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN Shoulder Pains, find Constipation. DK. KING'S LIVEE PILLS Are purely vegetable, and still keep ahead of all others as a Liver Remedy. Sold everywhere, Is. Id., 2s. 9d. and 4s. dG. per box.








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