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public nnounctments. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. TREMENDOUS SUCCESS ON THE OPENING NIGHT. Nightly at 7:45. Matinees WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 3. Admission -2s., Is. 6d., Is., &6d. POOLE'S WAR MYRIORAMA. ▼ ▼ LONDON TO PRETORIA NIGHTLY. ALL THE LATEST EVENTS OF THE WAR. GLENCOE, BELMONT, MAFEKING AND PRETORIA. NOTICE.—In consequence of objections to animals being allowed in. the building the Miniature Circus advertised will not be shown. Mr. Poole, at great expense, has engaged several splendid performances in its stead, among which are the 5 CAMEO TROUPE 5 The World's Greatest Troupe of Acrobats. THE 3 OGDENS introduce their comic farce, Fun in a Gymnasium." ANDY DREW, the Dan Leno of the Provinces. THE POOLEOGRAPH, all the latest films from the Front. POOLE'S AMALGAMATED BAND. THE FINEST SHOW EVER BROUGHT TO CHESTER. MANAGER—JOHN R. POOLE. WAIFS' AND STRAYS' SOCIETY TV (CHESTER DIOCESAN FUND). A C'ONCERT in aid of the above will be given by MISS ELLEN ARTHAN, ON TUESDAY, NOV. 20, 1900, IN THE NEWGATE STREET ASSEMBLY ROOMS AT 2.45 P.M. Under the patronage of the Countess Grosvenor, the Archdeacon ot Chester (Chairman of the Archdeaconry Committee of the Waifs and Strays Society), Mts. Ad ur, Mrs. Barbour, Mrs. H. T. Brown, Mr". i'itotiirn Campbell, Mrs. Hamersley, Mrs. Jayne, Aire B. C. Eobertm, Mrs. Swaine, Mrs. Swetenham, Mra. Threlfall, Mrs. Tomkinson, and other Jiidics and gentlemen. LIST OF ARTISTES. VOCALISTS :— MISS GRACE SHORROCK. MADAME RUBY KEIGHLEY. THE REV. C. H. HYLTON STEWART. MR. COPPOCK. MISS JESSIE MORRIS (Violin). MISS MARY M'CULLAGH ('Cello). MISS ELLEN ARTHAN (Piano), Associate of the Manchester Royal College of Music. Holder ot Chester County Council Scholar- ship for Music. 1896-1899. ACCOMPANIST MR. J. T. HUGHES. Tic-RETS.-Reserved and Numbered, 3s. (Family Tickets to admit four, 10s.); Unreserved, 2s. and Is.; to be obtained at Messrs. PHILLIPSON and GOLPKR'B. THE CHESTER PAXTON SOCIETY'S ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF FRUITS AND CHRYSANTHEMUMS IN THE TOWN HALL, THIS DAY (WEDNESDAY). Open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Admission: From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Is.; 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., 6d. The PRIZES will be presented to the successful competitors by the MAYORESS (Mrs. H. T. Brown) at 8 p.m. CHAIRMAN THE SHERIFF OF CHESTER (Councillor Edgar Dutton). MUSIC at intervals by the MASSA BROS. DON'T MISS THE GRAND ANNUAL SHOW OF DOGS, CATS, POULTRY, AND PIGEONS, TO BE HELD IN THE Volunteer Drill Hall, Chester, TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY) & TO-MORROW (THURSDAY). SPLENDID ENTRIES. Some of the Best Specimens of the Various Breeds of Dogs in the Country will be Exhibited. DOGS & CATS POULTRY & PIGEONS ADMISSION: FIRST DAY From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Two SHILLINGS; from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., ONE SHILLING; and from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., SIXPENCE. SECOND DAY: From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., ONE SHILLING and from 2 p.m. to close of Show at 5 p.m., SIXPENCE. Children half-price. ^gtRMINGHAM DOG SHOW. The FORTY-SECOND NATIONAL ANNUAL EXHIBITION will be held on (THREE DAYS ONLY) December 3rd, 4th and 5th, 1900. Prizes Valued at over £ 2,300. Entries must be made not later than TUESDAY, November 20th. Prize Lists and Certificates on application to GEORGE BEECH, 37, Temple-street, Birmingham. THE CHESTER UNITED GAS COMPANY. INCANDESCENT GAS BURNERS. THE Company have now on view in their Show Room the New Patterns of Incandescent Burner, also a selection of New Shades, Globes, and novel Self lighting arrangements for Incan- descent or Ordinary Burners. By means of the latest improvements and re- duced price, Incandescent Gas Burners can be Successfully used in all situations, and are brought Within the reach of all Gas consumers. GAS FIRES. The Company have now a large stock of GAS HEATING STOVES, including the Latest Patterns for all positions in SHOPS, OFFICES AND RESIDENCES. BEDROOM FIRES, With Boiling Burners attached. GAS COOKERS AND OTHER APPARATUS CAN ALSO BE SEEN. Further particulars can be obtained on applica- tion, and Fitters will be sent free of charge to ?.*amine and advise Consumers upon improved gShting, and the adoption of Cooking or Heating ^toves. ESTIMATES FREE. GAS OFFICES AND SHOW BOOM, CUPPIN STREET. BY SPECIAL H-R-H-THB WALIES. W. & F. BROWN & Co., CABINET MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. TTOTJSE AGENTS. PROPRIETORS OF WAREHOUSES FOR STORING FURNITURE. VANS FOR REMOVING FURNITURE. Low PRICE AND RATES. Public Announcement* DAIRY SHOW, WHITCHURCH, SALOP, NOVEMBER 27TH AND 28TH. f280 OFFERED IN PRIZES. Prize Schedules to be obtained from THOS. NUNNERLEY, Secretary, Whitchurch. Public Notices. CUZNER TESTIMONIAL FUND. £ s. d. Amount already subscribed .258 6 6 John Day, Esq 1 1 0 Anonymous 1 1 0 Mrs. John Brown 1 0 0 Hy. Duckworth, Esq 0 10 6 R. T. Richardson, Esq 0 10 6 Further Subscriptions may be sent to the Hon. Treasurer, J. R. THOMSON, Esq., Parr's Bank. A. MILLWARD, 7 Hon. A. GREENWOOD, j Sees. CHESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIPS. THE Technical Instruction Committee offer for Competition the following Scholarships :— 1. Fourteen Scholarships, tenable for Twelve Weeks at the pairy Institute, Worleston, and com- mencing on January 1st, 1901, for instruction in Butter-making, Cookery, Laundrywork, Dress- making, Housework, and Sick Nursing. 2. Two Scholarships to Women, tenable for Fifteen Months at the School of Domestic Economy, Chester, for instruction in Cookery, Laundrywork, and Dressmaking, and to enable them to obtain the Teacher's Diploma for those subjects, commencing in January, 1901. 3. Twelve Scholarships for Special Short Courses of Instruction in Agriculture and Horticulture, and tenable for Nine Weeks at the Agricultural and Horticultural School, Holmes Chapel, and commencing January, 1901. Particulars in regard to the above and forms of application may be obtained from the undersigned. Applications will be received up to November 30th. The complete scheme of Scholarships sanctioned for 1901 may also now be obtained. RD. P. WARD, Organising Secretary. Crewe, November 1st, 1900. HOWELL'S FEMALE ORPHAN SCHOOLS, DENBIGH. On TUESDAY, December 4th 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, £ 20 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 JE2 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 24th 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 6th, 1900. COUNTY OF CHESTER. AT a Meeting of the Cheshire County Council, held at Chester Castle, on Thursday, the 8th day of November, 1900, 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 Committee for the District of the River Dee, viz. JOHN THOMPSON, of Netherleigh House, Chester, Esquire. JOHN JAMES EVANS, of Brackenwood, Bebing- ton, Esquire. WILLIAM CONGREVE-, of Burton Hall, Neston, Esquire. GEORGE WALL, of Grange-road, West Kirby, Esquire. The Rev. CHARLES WOLLEY-DOD, of Edge Hall, Malpas, Cheshire. The Hon. HENRY HOLBROOK, of Talbot House, Parkgate. REGINALD POTTS, Clerk of the Cheshire County Council. Chester, 9th November, 1900. COUNTY OF CHESTER. LOCOMOTIVES ACT, 1898. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Cheshire County Council intend, at the expiration of One Calendar Month from the date of the first publication of this Notice, to apply to the Local Government Board for the confirmation of certain BYE-LAWS made by them (pursuant to Section 6 of the Locomotives Act, 1898) at a Meeting of the Council, held at Chester Castle, on Thursday, the 8th day of November, 1900. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN, that a copy of such Bye-laws will be kept at the Office at Chester of the undersigned, the Clerk to such Council, and the same can be inspected by any of the Ratepayers of the County, without fee or reward, any day during office hours for One Calendar Month from the date of the first publication of this Notice. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO FUR- THER GIVEN, that copies of the said Bye-laws, or any part thereof, may be obtained at the afore- said Office, by any Ratepayer of the County, on payment of Sixpence for every hundred words con- tained in such copy. Dated this 9th day of November, 1900. REGINALD POTTS, Clerk to the Cheshire County Council. Council Offices, Northgate-street, Chester. MISS KATE BEESLEY -LTJ_ receives Pupils for RECITATIONS, STAGE &c. Attends CHESTER THURSDAYS. Concerts and "At Homes." II I was delighted with your work.George Grossmith. I was much pleased with your Recitations.Countess of Dandonaid. For terms, address care of Messrs. Phillipson and Golder, Eastgate Row; and 18, Bold-street, War- rington. EDWARD WILLIAMS, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, 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 gives for Town or Country Work. NORTHGATE BREWERY COMPANY'S PRIME CHESTEE ALES. SPECIAL HER MA/ESTY APPOINTMENT THE QUEEN AND H.R.H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. BROWN & Co., EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER, ARE NOW SHOWING NEW GOODS FOR AUTUMN & WINTER WEAR IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. MANTLES, SILKS, DRESS FABRICS, ETC., ETC. WINTER FASHIONS, 1900. MR. and MRS. PARKE S 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. MAGAEIN DEB MODES, BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. HOURS OF BUSINESS—DAILY from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Salto tR-Vribate Cmtg* RHYL, NORTH WALES.—TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, the well-built and excel- lently arranged HOUSE and GROUNDS, known as Russell House," Rhyl. The Property is situate in the best part of the town and has the advantages of privacy and easy access to the Railway Station and business places in the town. The House consists of three entertaining rooms, kitchen and butler's pantry, larder, and lavatory (h. and c.), on ground floor; housekeeper's-room, seven bedrooms, dress- ing-room, lavatory and bathroom (h. and c.), and w.c. separate and the Grounds comprise (including the site of the buildings) 5,537 square yards. The House was only erected in 1893 and is in capital condition, and all drains and sanitary arrangements are in excellent order. Rhyl is noted for the purity of its air and as a winter resort for persons in delicate health, and it possesses a capital system of drainage. Immediate possession of the premises may be had.—For further particulars and orders to view, apply to J. PIERCE- LEWIS, Solicitor, Town Hall, Rhyl. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the most desirable Detached FREEHOLD RESIDENCE and Grounds, known as "Park House," situate at Waterloo, near Liverpool, and being on the north-east side of the Liverpool and Crosby-road, and facing south road leading to Waterloo Railway Station. The House con- tains a spacious entrance-hall, five reception- rooms, and splendid billiard-room, large kitchen, scullery, and butler's pantry on ground floor, servants' hall, laundry, pantries, store-rooms, &c., in basement, and separate servants' staircase, twelve good bedrooms, two excellent bath-rooms, with hot and cold water. There are very productive vegetable gardens and orchard. The grounds are tastefully laid out, and contain handsome conservatory and vinery. At the back there are two good cottages and stabling. The total contents of land are 9,837 square yards, with frontages to three roads. The whole of the premises are in perfect condition throughout, and within a few minutes' walk from the railway station.—For further particulars apply to Messrs. TEEBAY & LYNCH, Solicitors, 25, Lord-street, Liverpool. WHIT E S T A R LIN E. TT ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK, via QUEENSTOWN. 1901. 1901. CYMRIC.Fri., *N ov.16 Wed., Dec. 26 Fri., *J8n.25 TEUTONIC .Wed., Nov. 21 Dec. 19 Jan. 23 Feb. 20 GERMANIC Wed.,Nov.28 Jan. 2 Jan.30 Feb. 27 MAJ Jo;SnC.Wed., Dec. 5 Jan. 9 Feb. 6 Mar. 6 OCEANIC Wed., Jan. 16 Feb. 13 Mar. 13 Will not call at Queenstown on these voyages. 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 ZealtLnd, and Australia. For further particulars apply to W. COVENTRY, 11, Watergate-street, Chester; or to ISMAY, IMRIE & CO., LIVERPOOL, 17, Cockspur-street, S.W., and>T 34, Leadenhall-street, E.C., Slj0SI>0y- ALLAN LINE To CANADA AND UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. 8.8. CORINTHIAN, for Halifax and Portland .Nov. 15 s.s. COREAN, for St. John's, N.F., Halifax, and Philadelphia Nov. 18 s.s. PARISIAN, for Halifax and Portland.Nov. 2 fsis. MONTE VIDEAN, for Monte Video and Buenos Ayres Nov. 24 f Cargo only. Saloon Fares fromCIO, 2nd Cabin 27, Steerage iE5 10s. Through 'rickets 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. ELDER, DEMPSTER & CO. (BEAVER LINE.) ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LVIERPOOL TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL. 8.8. LAKE MEGANTIC Nov. 13 s.s. LAKE SUPERIOR.Nov. 20 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 iintending to emigrate. Apply to ELDER, DEMPSTER & CO., African House, Water-street, Liverpool. FRESH DAILY. TOMATO gAUSAGE. JOHN L ITTLE & SONS. ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY (Fire and Life). Established 1808. Claims paid over 914,000,000. Unconditional and Whole World Life Policies with Large Bonuses. Dis- counted Bonus Assurances. Applications for Agencies invited. J. WILBERFORCE MARSDEN, I Branch Manager, 9, Tithebarn-street, Liverpool. BAKER & SONS, dos&. A6 TELEPHONE TELEGRAMS No. 47. BAKEW, CHESTER." Family and Fancy Bread Bakers, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER (BAKERS TO HIS GRACE Till: DUXB OF WESTMINSTER). BANQUETS A?B DINNERS, WEDDING BREAKFASTS, RECEPTIONS. ESTIMATES GIVEN. BRIDE CAKES, BIRTHDAY AND CHRISTENING CAKES. BOXES OF FANCY DESSERT BISCUITS (OF OWN MANUFACTURE.) LUNCHEONS SERVED DAILY FROM 12.30. CYCLISTS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. ^uca^mtal. MISS GORDON NTJNN, 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 MAYIIANDS, Fallow field, Manchester. Neto Publications. ESTABLISHED IN 1835. THE MINING JOURNAL, RAILWAY -1- AND COMMERCIAL GAZETTE. THE OLDEST MINING PAPER. The Subscription to THE MINING JOURNAL, including postage, is for 12 months. 6 months. 3 months. The United kingdom 24s. 12s. 6s. Abroad 28s. 14s. 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 Gd. Editorial and Advertisement Offices: 46, QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, LONDON, E.C. -THE CHESHIRE SIIIEAF.9 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 and Second 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 places, is now ready for issue to Subscribers. Price to Subscribers, 6/- nett. Application for copies to be sent to- MB. WM. FERGUSS^N IRVINE, 4. Eaton RÙaú, Birkenhead. KITCHEN RANGES, TILED REGISTER GRATES. WOOD MANTEL PIECES. < THOS. WOOD & SON, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER, Beg to direct attention to their very large selection of above. The selection consists of "THE CHESTER," If THE SWINTON," "THE HERALD," and all the most important IMPROVEMENTS IN KITCHEN RANGES. THE TILED GRATES & WOOD MANTELS are of the most artiatic designs. Their NEW PREMISES in BRIDGE STREET are so arranged that these articles can be seen just as they would appear when fixed. LAND IMPROVEMENTS, DRAINAGE, FARMBUILDINGS, LABOURERS' COTTAGES, ARTIZANS' DWELLINGS, COUNTRY MANSIONS, WATER SUPPLY, &c. THE GENERAL LAND DRAINAGE X AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Incorporated by Act of Parliament in 1849. DIRECTORS. CHARLES G. BOLAM, Esq., Chairman. E. P. MONCKTON, Esq., M.P. The Hon. CECIL T. PARKER. Surveyor: Mr. George North. THIS Company advances money for all purposes of Land Improvement, both Agricultural and General, including the erection of Farm Buildings, Labourers' Cottages, Artizans' Dwellings, and the erection of or additions to Country Mansions, Reclamation of Waste Land, Water Supply, and the formation of Streets and Sewers, Ac. If preferred, the Company will execute these Improve- ments for Landowners by its own Staff. The outlay and all attendant expenses may be charged upon the Estate for any term of years not exceeding 40. No investigation of title necessary, no notices required to be given either by advertisement or otherwise, and no legal expenses incurred. Applications to be addressed to Messrs. BIRCH, CULLIMORE, and DOUGLAS, Solicitors, Friars, Chester or to the Offices of the. (Company, Palace S.W. 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