CAMPBELL & LUMBY, WEDDING RING MAKERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JEWELLERS. lluy Direct from the Makers and Save 7/6 in the Pound. FINGER SIZE CARD ON APPLICATION. OLD POST OFFICE PLACE LIVERPOOL V W (OFF CHURCH-ST.)
1893 CLARETS. 1893 was on) (f the finest Claret Vintages of lata years. "I he yield was enormous and the wines were exceptionally cheap. CrA de Lacombe-Durand, Pomerol 19/- per doz. Chateau Larroque, St. Emilion 22/- Chateau Mouton d' Armailhacq. 24/- „ *Chateau Duhart-Milon 40/- „ •Chateau Branaire Dnoru 48/- „ Chateau Lafite (corks branded) 60/- „ Bottled at the Chateau. Carriage paid. 5 per cent. discount for cash. THOS. WELSBY & CO. WINE MERCHANTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER.
^$ufrltc Announcements, PUBLIC APOLOGY. BASS IN BOTTLE. () BASS, RATCLIFF & GRETTON, LTD., Brewers, BUBTON-ON-TEENT. tp JOHN GARDNER, of the Auld Hoose Bar," jitchfield-street, Kilmarnock, Wine and Spirit hereby express my sincere regret for put into bottles and sold under your gSistered Trade Mark and Label, Ales not manu- factured by you, and in consideration of your with- jj**wing the legal proceedings, which you have r^tituted against me, I offer this humble apology, filch I consent to your publishing in three News- P&pers at my expense, and in such other News- PS'pers, as you may think proper. I also agree to over to you forthwith the sum of £10 to be jj^ded by you to the Kilmarnock Infirmary, as a j™Oalty tor the offence of which I have been «Uilty. •Dated this 11th day of October, 1900. Signed, JOHN GARDNER. SPURIOUS "BASS" IN UNLABELLED BOTTLES. .TASS, RATCLIFF & GRETTON, LTD., V. O'REILLY. Before Mr. Justice BOYD, High Court of Justice, Ireland. 3rd October, 1900. A- PERPETUAL INJUNCTION was granted ^training Defendant, his Servants, and itepre- from passing off, and from selling ale, tjjoer than that brewed by the Plaintiffs, as and tor goods of the Plaintiffs, and further from falsely "presenting, and by means of such representation, j?.lhng ale (in unlabelled bottles) not brewed by the nt^&tiffa as being the Plaintiffs well-known "ass," and further, oiUered that the Defendant pay to the ihe costs of the action. C A T HON. to^ASS, EATCLii'i'' to GRETTON LIMITED, C jfeby Give Autice l hat, if at any time any Person J^^tected bfcUJftti or EXPOSING FO±t SALE ALiii, either on Draught or in Bottles, With or without their Labels attached, BEER j* not of their Manufacture, Legal Proceed- "94 will be taken against such Person, either by c«on or by Prosecution as for a Criminal Offence, jj5lch renders a person, on Conviction, subject to >^ftriaonment ana Hard Labour. CHESTER PAX TON SOCIETY. The ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF PP-UJLTS & CHRYSANTHEMUMS WILL BE HELD IN THE TOWN HALL, ON TTJESDAY & WEDNESDAY, 13TH & 14TH NOV. ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY, 5TH Nov. PEKING CEREMONY, TUESDAY, 13TH NOV., AT 3 P.M. MENTATION OF PRIZES, WEDNESDAY, 14TH NOV., AT 8 P.M. Schedules may be had from Members of Com- or from the Hon. Sec., P. MILN, Grosvenor Museum, Chester. CHESTER FANCIERS' ASSOCIATION. THE NINTH "GRAND ANNUAL SHOW 't' 0 F .uOGS, CATS, POULTRY, AND PIGEONS Y WILL BE HELD IN THE °^UNTEER DRILL HALL, CHESTER, ON 14TH AND 15TH NOVEMBER. TRIES CLOSE 7TH NOVEMBER. B°l»edules from t) EDWARD ANDREWS, Secretary. gate-stree, Chester. BIRMINGHAM CAUDLE AND POULTRY SHOW. 52ND GREAT ANNUAL EXHIBITION of OoL CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, POULTRY, tTf ROOTS, and IMPLEMENTS, will be held ^GfcEY HALL, on DECEMBER 1st, 3rd, 4th, J a«d 6th. Q^fies Close —IMPLEMENTS, SATURDAY, D^°ber 20th; STOCK, POULTRY, &c„ THURS- J, NEXT, November 1st. Lists and Entry Forms may be obtained W. H. LYTHALL, Secretary. QHESHIRE y^INES. tlYERPOOL AUTUMN RACE FRIDAY, November 9th, 1900, a FAST wil1 run to AINTREE (adjoining the with bookings from intermediate stations, u&der: Fares to Aintree Stations. Times. and back. Direct Express First Third a.m. >, Class. Class (Northgate)dep. 10.0 Mlsw°rth 10-10 Sm^oii 10.20 $0tu0,'d & Greenbank 10.26 H. 0 MA F II- 3/6 » 10-^3 VSiey 10.50 (Racecourse | ^tion) arr. 11.55 J Return Train will leave Aintree (Cheshire 8 Station) at 4.20 p.m. the same day. Qv. DAVID MELDRUM, Manager. t*al Station, Liverpool, tober, 1900. THE ^^STER UNITED GAS COMPANY. ^CANDESCENT GAS BURNERS. Company have now on view ill their Show **°°m the New Patterns of Incandescent C? W a^so a selection of New Shades, Globes, Self-lighting arrangements for Incan- Ordinary Burners. ^eans of the latest improvements and re- »Xst*ice, Incandescent Gas Burners can be 'ttii^ully used in all situations, and are brought the reach of all Gas consumers. \6" GAS FIRES. "c —— Company have now a large stock of K, GAS HEATING STOVES, the Latest Patterns for all positions in ^°PS, OFFICES AND RESIDENCES. :EDROO:M FIRES, ti With Boiling Burners attached. o L°OKERS AND OTHER APPARATUS V CAN ALSO BE SEEN. Jtobl teH Particulars can be obtained on applica- Fitters will be sent free of charge to and advise Consumers upon improved and the adoption of Cooking or Heating ESTIMATES FREE. ti", EI OFFICES AND SHOW ROOM, CUPPIN STREET. By SPZCI&L To H.R.H. THE APPOINTM]Clili PRTI;clc oir WALES. W. & 11, BROWN. & Co., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. TTOUSE AGENTS. PROPRIETORS OF WAREHOUSES FOR STORING FURNITURE. VANS FOR REMOVING FURNITURE. Low PRICK AND RATES. public announcmcnts. THE 200TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CHESTER BLUE COAT HOSPITAL. It has been decided to hold a BALL in aid of the Funds of the above Institution, on WEDNES- DAY, 12th December. H. T. BROWN, Mayor. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. EXCURSIONS will run as under:— JGJ LORD MAYOR'S SHOW, THURSDAY, November 8th, to LONDON for 2 or 7 days, from CHESTER, Ac. SATURDAY, Nov. 10th, HALF DAY TRIP to WOLVERHAMPTON and BIRMINGHAM, from CHESTER, &c. Tickets, Bills, &o., can be obtained at the Stations. J. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. I vublic gotices. HOME-C OMINGr OF HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF WESTMINSTER. AT a PUBLIC MEETING held at the TOWN HALL, CHESTER, on THURSDAY, the 25th day of October, 1900, the Right Worshipful the MAYOR (Alderman Henry Thomas Brown) in the chair, it was Moved by the MAYOR, seconded by the Very Rev. the DEAN, and unanimously Resolved,— That this Meeting of Citizens cordially approves the Resolution of the Town Council forming a Committee to make suitable arrangements for giving a hearty welcome to his Grace the Duke of Westminster, on his return from South Africa, and to celebrate his majority and accession to his title and estates, and that the names of those present be added to the Committee, with power to the Committee to add to their number. On the Motion of the High Sheriff of Cheshire (B. C. ROBERTS, Esq.), seconded by the Ven. Archdeacon BARBER,— An Executive Committee was appointed to give effect to the previous resolution, with power to add to their number and appoint Sub-Committees. On the motion of the Sheriff of Chester (Mr. R. LAMB), seconded by Alderman H. STOLTER- FOTH,— A Subscription List was opened and the several Chester Banks were requested to kindly receive subscriptions. On the Motion of the MAYOR, seconded by Alder- man J. J. CUNNAH,— Mr. J. R. THOMSON was requested to act as Honorary Treasurer, and the TOWN CLERK as Honorary Secretary. SAML. SMITH, Hon. Secretary. Town Hall, Chester, 25th October, 1900. FIRST LIST OF SUBSCRIPTION. £ s. d. The Mayor 10 0 0 Quellyn Roberts & Co 3 3 0 J. Sheriff Roberts 2 2 0 Henry Stolterfoth 2 2 0 B.C.Robert s 25 0 0 Robert Lamb 3 3 0 J. J. Cunnah 5 5 0 John Thompson 3 3 0 Thos. Smith 5 5 0 Fred Bullin 5 5 0 F. F. Brown 5 5 0 E. S. Giles 2 2 0 James G.Frost. 20 0 0 W. H. Churton 5 0 0 J. R. Thomson 5 0 0 J.G.Holmes. 5 5 0 R. B. L. Johnston 3 3 0 Archdeacon Barber 2 2 0 Dr. J. C. Bridge 1 1 0 Saml. Smith 5 5 0 R. L. Barker 3 3 0 Lamont 2 2 0 C. Cooper 1 1 0 James Pye 1 1 0 Sir Thos. G. Frost 20 0 0 Sir Horatio Lloyd 5 5 0 W. and H. Williams 2 2 0 Dr. James Taylor 110 $W' The Subscription List will be suspended until further notice, the Executive Committee having, in deference to the wishes of Lady Grosvenor, decided to POSTPONE, FOR THE PRESENT, all Festivities, including the Entertain- ment of the School Children and Aged Poor. CUZNER TESTIMONIAL FUND. £ a. d. Amount already subscribed .254 11 0 F. J. Bonnalie, Esq. 0 10 6 Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ayrton. 0 10 6 Mr. J. F. Lowe 0 10 6 Members of St. John's Choir. 0 13 0 Further Subscriptions may be sent to the Hon. Treasurer, J. R. THOMSON, Esq., Parr's Bank. A. MILLWARD, 7 Hon. A. GREENWOOD, ) Sees. JEtm rational. Seven can sing. one can speak.German proverb. RECITATION, SPEAKING, GESTURE, READING. MR. W. H. WATSON (Lecturer on Elocution, under Bootle School Board) visits Chester, Wednesdays. Four Private Lessons JB1 Is. Ten Lessons in Class 10s. 6d. Schools attended. Recitals. Literary Societies. Pupils received at Park-view, The Bars and at Richard- son's, Bridge-street Row, from whom prospectuses may be obtained. MR. WATSON is a reciter gifted with dramatic action and keen intelligence. The varied types of character in The Merchant of Venice" were vividly portrayed by the talented elocutionist.—" Liverpool Mercury," 31st March, 190J. Scholarly and interesting, the several characters being cleverly differentiated. Liverpool Post," April 2. 1900. Great versatility and effective elocution. Liverpool Mercury," 13th October, 1900. ADDRESS 24, CANNING-ST., LIVERPOOL. MISS GORDON NUNN, Violiniste (pupil of Mons. L. G6rski, of Paris). Miss FLORENCE NUNN, 'Cellist (pupil of Herr Hugo Becker), visits Chester Wednesdays. Miss JESSIE NUNN gives Lessons in Singing (Italian method), first study also Pianoforte. Terms for lessons, ensemble classes, address MAYLANDS, Fallowfield, Manchester. EDWARD WILLIAMS, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, JH- COLOURER, PAPER-HANGER, Ac., 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. MISS KATE BEESLEY receives Pupils for RECITATIONS, STAGE, &c. Attends CHESTER THURSDAYS. Concerts and "At Homes." I was delighted with your work.George Groumith. I was much pleased with your Becitations."—Countess of Dundonald. For terms, addreES care of Messrs. Phillipson and Golder, Eastgate Row; and 18, Bold-street, War- rington. ft-" NORTHGATE REWERY COMPANY'S PRIME CHESTER ALES. I SPECIAL HER MAJESTY APPOINTMENT THE QUEEN AlqD H.R.H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. B ROW N & CO., EASTGATE ROW. CHESTER, BEG TO ANNOUNCE A SPECIAL SHOW OF FRENCH MILLINERY, ON MONDAY, THE 29TH INST., TUESDAY, THE 30TH INST., WEDNESDAY, THE 31ST INST. A VISIT OF INSPECTION INVITED. WINTER FASHIONS, 1900. MR. and MRS. PARKES announce their Return from LONDON AND PARIS. They are now Showing the Choicest PARIS MANTLES. MILLINERY-FLOWERS and FEATHERS. RUSSIAN SABLE, Chinchilla, ARCTIC FOX, Caracule, and other FURS. JACKETS, NECKLETS, MUFFS, GLOVES. MAOAZIN DES MODES, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. HOURS OF BUSINBss-DAILY from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Jlutuctpl lElectton abbressro. -I" TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. JOHN'S WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-Having been t J requested by a large number of Ratepayers to become a candidate to represent you in the Council, I have much pleasure in placing my services at your disposal. My interest as a Freeman in the prosperity and welfare of the City is identical with yours, and any measure for the benefit of the City generally, and of your Ward in particular, shall always have my most careful attention and support. I intend waiting upon you and shall be pleased to answer any question you may desire to ask. Should you do me the honor of electing me as one of your representatives, I shall do all in my power to serve you faithfully. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours obediently, C. G. HASWELL. 84, Foregate-street, Chester, October 16th, 1900. TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. JOHN'S WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-A deputation having waited on me with a request that I would become a Candidate for the Town Council, I have consented to do so. As a Medical Man I am naturally interested in all matters affecting the Sanitary Government of the City. I am in favour of all that is possible being done to Purify the River, and to provide adequate and Healthy Dwellings for the Working Classes. I am also in favour of the Extension of the City Boundaries, and of providing a rapid and cheap Tramway Service. While doing all in my power to support a Policy of Sanitary Progress, I shall baar in mind that there is need for Economy and Discretion in carry- ing it out. Should you do me the honour to elect me, I will do all in my power to further the interests of the City in general and your Ward in particular. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, ALFRED MANN, M.D. 19, Newgate-street, Chester. TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. JOHN'S WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.—At the request of a large number of ratepayers, I offer myself for re-election to the seat on the City Council to which I was elected early in the present year. I am a Freeman of the City, and my interests as well as my affections are bound up with its prosperity. I have served for many years on the Free Library Committee, the Governing Body of the Schools of Science and Art, and the Dee Con- servancy Board. If re-elected, I hope to give time and attention to all Schemes for the Improvement of the City, and in particular to the Scheme now in hand for the Improvement of the Tramway Service. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, FRANCIS F. BROWN. Eastgate Row, Chester, 19th October, 1900. TO THE BURGESSES OF ST. MARY'S WARD r ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—Having been JLi solicited by an influential deputation of Electors to become a Candidate for your Ward, I have gladly consented to offer you my services. I am a native and tradesman of Chester, a large ratepayer, and have all my life been interested in the city and its welfare. I am well known to you, and am also acquainted with your requirements. I claim to have a full and practical knowledge of all Sanitary and other matters, which are at the present time of the utmost importance and engaging so much attention. Should you do me the honour of returning me as one of your Representatives, I am prepared to faithfully discharge the duties imposed upon m. and to promote your interests. I may add that it is my intention to wait upon you personally, when I shall be pleased to answer any question you may desire to put to me. Soliciting your kind support, I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, ISAAC WILLIAMS. 20, Cuppin-street, Chester, October 18th, 1900. BAKER & SONS, TELEPHONE TELEGRAMS NTo. 47. Family and Fancy Br4 Bakers, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER (BAKERS TO HIS GRACE Tt gDUKB OF WESTMINSTER). BANQUETS AND DINNERS, WEDDING BREAKFASTS, RECEPTIONS. ESTIMATES GIVEN. BRIDE CAKES, BIRTHDAY AND I CHRISTENING CAKES. BOXES OF FANCY DESSERT BISCUITS (OF OWN MANUFACTURE.) LUNCHEONS SERVED DAILY FROM 12.30. CYCLISTS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. JEuntctpl ISlecttoit egg. TO THE ELECTORS OF ST. MARY'S WARD. LADIES & GENTLEMEN,—I have been -L< requested to allow myself to be nominated as a Candidate for the representation of your Ward in the City Council. I am well acquainted with the requirements of the City, having been long resident in it, and having retired from my profession, I am in a position to devote my time to the discharge of the important duties which my election as your representative would entail upon me. Among other questions which are of pressing interest at the present moment is the rearrange- ment of our Tramway system. I hold strongly that we should have an improved system, more frequent service and cheap fares, and the proposals at present before the Council having this object in view shall have my most careful consideration and hearty support. I am in favour of the Corporation taking up the question of Artisans' Dwellings, believing that this is a matter which affects the social and moral well-being of the community at large. It is my intention to call personally upon you, when I hope to discuss these and other questions. Should you elect me as one of your representa- tives, I shall at all times endeavour to serve the interests of the City, and of your Ward in particular. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient ot-rvant, A. WWENDEN. 7, Chichester-street, Chester, October 19th, 1900. Sftipphtg. WHITB STAR LINE! » » BOYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK, via QUEENSTOWN. MAJESTIC.Wed., Nov. 7 Dec. 5 OCEANIC Wed., Nov. 14 Dec. 12 CYMRIC Fri., »Nov. 16 Wed., Dec. 26 TEUTONIC .Wed., Nov. 21 Dec. 19 GERMANIC. Wed., Nov. 28 Will not call at Queenstown on this voyage. Third Class Passage at Low Rates, including Outfit free of charge to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, or Baltimore. Superior accommodation at moderate fares for Saloon and Second Saloon; also through bookings to China, Japan, New Zealand,and Australia. For farther particulars apply to W. COVENTRY, 11, Watergate-street, Chester; or to ISMAY, IMRIE & CO., LIVIBPOOL, 17, Cockspur-street, S.W., and } T „ 34, Leadenhall-street, E.C., J LONDON. ALLAN LINE To CANADA AND UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL, s.s. ASSYRIAN (Furness-Allan), for St. John's, N.F., and Halifax Nov. 3 s.s. NUMIDIAN, for Halifax and Portland .Nov. 10 Saloon Fares fromC10, 2nd Cabin 117. Steerage 25 10s. Through Tickets to all points at special rates. CANADA.— For handbooks, maps, rates, and full particulars apply to ALLAN OFFICES, 19, James-street, Liverpool; or to S. HARRIS, 43, Pepper-st., Chester. 17LDER, DEMPSTER & CO. (BEAVER LINE.) ROYAL MAIL STBAMERS. LVIERPOOL TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL. s.s. LAKE CHAMPLAIN Nov. 6 Passengers booked through to all parts of Canada and United States. Superior accommodation at lowest rates for First, Second, and Third Class Passengers. Special terms to Families and Parties intending to emigrate. Apply to ELDER, DEMPSTER & CO., African House, Water-street, Liverpool. DOMINION LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. To CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. PASSENGER SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. Nov. 1.COMMONWEALTH, for Boston Nov. 8.VANCOUVER, for Halifax and Portland Nov. 22.NEW ENGLAND, for Boston Through Tickets issued to all inland towns. Company's handbook of information and book of views forwarded on application. All passengers embark at the Prince's Landing Stage. For further particulars appty to RICHABDS, MILLS and Co., 24, James-street, Liverpool. NriJJ$u<catiQtt0. ESTABLISHED IN 1835. THE MINING JOURNAL, RAILWAY JL AND COMMERCIAL GAZETTE. THE OLDEST MINING tAPER. The Subscription to THE MINING JOURNAL, including postage, is for:— 12 months. 6 months. 3 months. The United Kingdom 21s. 12s. 6a. Abroad 28s. ls. 7s. payable in advance. THE MINING JOURNAL can be purchased on Satur- day mornings at all Railway Bookstalls and Newsagents throughout the United Kingdom for 6d.. Editorial and Advertisement Offices: 46, QUEEN VICTORIA STREET; LONDON, E.C. 'T HE CHESHIRE SHEAF.' THIRD SERIES. EDITED BY THE REV. FRANCIS SANDERS, M.A., Vicks or HOYLAXE; AND WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE, Hb, SECBETABT OF THE RECORD SOCIETY. The First and Second Volumes of the New (Third) Series of the CHESHIRE SHEAF, reprinted after revision from the Cheater Courant, together with a full Index of Names and nlaces, is now rea.dy for issue to Subscribers. Price to Subscribers, 6/- netb; Application for oopies to be sent to- MR. WM. FERGUSSON IRVINE. 4, Eaton Road, Birkenhead. FOR ATJTTJM.N & WINTER USE. FARM IMPLEMENTS Chaff Cutters, Pulpers, and Grinding Mills in all Sizes. i PLOUGHS, HARROWS, & CULTIVATORS, CARTS, LURRIES, SHANDRIES, AND DAIRY UTENSILS. ALL BY BEST MAKERS AT LOWEST PRICES. LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM. INSPECTION INVITED. DICKSONS, xmplSTTSSE. CHESTER. TERMS CASH ONLY. THIS DAY AUTUMN SALE, AND 9 -UNTIL NOV. 10. AT THE "PT RIXTTT 17 ~R COMPLETE X _LVy-LN Ti L i Mi FURNISHING STORES, 9 TO 19, BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL, IMPORTANT REDUCTIONS IN PRICES. CARPETS WILL BE MADE AND LAID FREE. All PnrchMes over 40s. LINOLEUMS WILL BE LAID FREE. delivered free to any Railway BLINDS WILL BE MADE FREE. Station in Great Britain. HOUSEHOLD LINENS, ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES Special Extra Discount of 1/6 in the.R., FREE. Goods Bought during Sale & not immediately required will be Stored Free. A. RICHARDSON'S CHESTER MODEL IRON PIANOS ARE THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY. THEY ST AND LIKE A ROCK. NO FICTITIOUS OR SOLICITED TESTIMONIALS, BUT THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE LOCAL REFERENCES GIVEN. 21 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 15s. 2d. per Month. A. RICHARDSON'S POPULAR IRON PIANO, 14 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 10s. 6d. per Month. A. RICHARDSON'S POPULAR AMERICAN ORGAN HIGH MIRROR TOP, TWO KNEE SWELLS, 12 STOPS. 12 GUINEAS CASH. Three Years' System, 9s. 4d. per Month. INSTRUMENTS BY ALL THE HIGH CLASS MAKERS. SOLE AGENCIES: STEINWAY, BECHSTEIN, BLUTHNEB, KAPS, WALDEMAR. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HIGH-CLASS SECOND-HANDS AT VERY LOW PRICES. A. RICHARDSON, 43, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER; AND BANE BUILDINGS. REGENT STREET, WREXHAM. GROSVENOR NURSERIES, HANDBRIDGE. FRUIT TREES, ROSES, SHRUBS. F FR T-T I T TREES, RosEs, SHRUBS, QUICKS, HOLLIES, &C. INSPECTION INVITED. REASONABLE PRICES. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. MCHATTIE & CO., CHESTER. E. DALE, CHESTER AND /VP/ CARNARVON, /SyZ a HIGHEST CLASS /Hm S*sm AND OR CASH. LOWEST Illustrated Catalogue Bent Fr" on application. COMPETITIVE vVPIANOS PRICES From 10/- Monthly, IN ORGANS IlL— /A From 5/- Monthly Y All Instruments Delivered Free exchanged if not approved of | A.V/ and warranted for 10 jears. I XC)\ TUNING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. Orders by Post receive prompt attention. HEAD OFFICE & SHOWROOMS— 51, BRIDGE-ST. ROW, CHESTER. 4 BY SFSCIAL APPOINTMENT TO HA R. BOLLAND & SONS CONFECTIONERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 1ST CLASS RESTAURANT. I CAFE AND SMOKE BOOM IN BASEMENT. WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST BRANDS. BEER & STOUT drawn from the Wood. COFFEE. CIGARS. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR PARTIES. LUNCHEON HAMPERS FOR PICNIC PARTIES. PRIVATE ROOM FOR PARTIES. Bolland's Celebrated Shortbread Biscuits, 1/6 PER Box AND Dainty" Afternoon, Tea" Cakes, (as presented to the QUEEN), 3/6 TO 7/. PER Box, including postage. BOLLAND'S TURTLE SOUP (prepared from fresh Turtle). CALVES' FEET JELLY. Highly recommended for Invalids. WEDDING CAKES. As supplied to the Royal Family. All Bittt kept in stock. lllustraUd Catalogues Gratit Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions, &c. Customers' Cycles Stored without charge. TELEGRAMS: BOLLANDS, CHESTER." TELEPHONE, 37. AUTUMN GOODS. JOSEPH JJECKETT & CO. ARE NOW SHOWING NEW AUTUMN DRESS FABRICS AND TWEEDS. HOMESPUNS, FRIEZES & SERGES, GOLF CLOAKS & WRAPS. • LADIES are reminded that the present is the best time to have SEALSKIN, PALETOTS and FURS ALTERED and RE-MODELLED. EASTGATE ROW. AUTUMN NOVELTIES. MADAME HAMLEY Is now Showing in each Department a choice collection of NEW GOODS. LOVELY MILLINERY. JACKETS & MANTLES. NEW BLOUSES. SPECIALITY— TAILOR-HAD2 COATS & SKIRTS for Walking and Cycling. BRIDGE-ST, ROW, T ADIES' HAIR COMBINGS, MADE UP 21- PER oz. WEAR THE •) „ I TAILS ") m IMMOVABLE f OF I SCALPETTE. ) | PURE HAIR,) 6/6 T. SEALES BROWN, S, LEECE STREET, LIVERPOOL. A TLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY (Fire and Life). Established 1808. Claims paid over 914,000,000. UnconditionaKand Whole World Life Policies with Large Bonuses. Dis- counted Bonus Assurances. Applications for Agencies invited. J. WILBERFORC1 MARSDEN, Branch Manager, 9, Tithebarn-street, Liverpool. -1 CYCLES! CYCLES!! REMAINING UNSOLD STOCK (12 MACHINES AND A SMALL QUANTITY OF ACCESSORIES) WILL BE CLEARED AT KNOCK OUT PRICES. NOTE THE ADDRESS— P. DOBBINS, CYCLE AGENT, 14, CANAL SIDE, CHESTER. ISAAC WILLIAMS AND SON, REGISTERED PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, GAS FITTERS, -t- CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. Plumbers' Brasswork of all descriptions; Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, Ac. Glassof allqualities and patterns kept instook. EADE'S PILLS. EADE'S T>ILLS. All who suffer from Gout XT *r Rheumatism should EADE'S "DILLS. immediately have recourse JT to EADE'S PILLS. Hun- EADE'S T>ILLS. dreds of Testimonials have X. been received from all EADE'S LP ILLS. eorta and conditions of into testifying to the won- EADE'S T>ILLS. derful power these Pills have in giving relief in the very worst cases. These Pills are purely vegetable and perfectly safe in their action. INSTANTLY BELIEVE AND RAPIDLY CURE THE WORST FORM OF GOUT, RHEUMATISM, RHEUMATIC GOUT, PAINS IN THE HEAD, FACE, AND LIMBS, And have the largest recommendation ever pven any patent medicine of its class. GOUT 16, Burton Crescent, Dewsbury-road, Leeds. May 2nd, 18M. RHEUMATISM Dear Sir,-It is with un- bounded pleasure I send you a GOUT few lines in praise of your most excellent nils. It is six years since I first had Rheu- RHEUMATISM matic Gout, and I had three months in bed with it. Of GOUT course I had the doctor, and he sweated me down almost to a skeleton. The next spring I RHEUMATISM had another attack, and was RHEUMATISM had another attack, and w»» persuaded by a friend to try GOUT your Pills. I did so, and am quite sure they prevented my being laid up again. RHEUMATISM I WOULD NOT BE WITH- OUT THEM IF THEY COST OUT THEM IF THEY COST GOUT ONE POUND A BOTTLE. You are quite at liberty to make what use you like of this, RHEUMATISM and I shall be pleased to answer any poor sufferer who cares to write me (enclosing stamped GOUT address). Wishing you every success, yours truly, ALBBBT MOUNTAIN. EADE'S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS Are Sold by all Chemists, in Bottles, Is. ltd. and 2s. 9d.; or sent post free for Postal Order by the Proprietor GEORGE EADE, 232, GOBWZLL-ROLD, B.C. Ask for and be sure you obtain IFADIRS GOUT ANY RHEUMATIC PILLS. EADE'S PILLS.