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-4_ PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. POl'ALl ¥ 1 HKATKE, J?UYALi ? iHjMAiKE, CHESTER. Proprietor: Mii. MIL I ON BODE. LAST TWO NIGHTS OF MR. A iv l 11 U ii' ROUIiRTh and Powerful LONDON COMPANY in "DANDY DAN." MONDAY NEXT, April 20th, for Six Nights only, the Most Successful Comic Opeivi, It-LA PO U VEE." MUlC HALL, CIIESTER. TO-DAY (SATURDAY), APRIL 18TH, AFTERNOON AT 3. Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Worship the Mayor and Mayoress, the Duke and Duchess of Westminster, Katharine Duchess of West- minster, the Countess Grosvenor, etc., etc., etc. MIFEFT ii« VALYIN AM by I'll fr (LEADBETTER), VIOLINIST, WILL CIVE A RECITAL ASSISTED BY HERIl WILHELM BACKIIAUS, PIANIST. CONDUCTOR AIR. EUSTACE TURNER. Reserved Area, 5 Reserved West Gallery, 3 Second Seals in Area, 2 Side Galleries and Back Seats, 1/ TICKETS & Plan at Messrs. PHILLIPSON & GOLDER'S. A'few Press Extracts of her Concert at St. James' Hall, London:— Her success was complete, she will take her place in the fiont rank of Lady Violinists."— Incorporated Society oji Musicians Journal. "Her playing of Pagamni's Moise Fantasio -was '<erta.inl.r a remarkable achievement.-—Daily News. "One of the most promising of the new comers." —Dcn? Telegraph. P, exceedingly talented Violinist.Mominy Post MUD I C II AL L, CIIESTEE, TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 21ST, 1903. Madame Douglas-Adams' Third Operatic Performance jO A U S T." » Under the distinguished patronage of His Worship) the May or of Chester and Miss Roberts, His Grace the Duke of Westminster, Her Grace the Duchess of Westminster, Her Grace Katharine Duchess of Westminster. Her Ladyship the Countess Grosvenor, R. A. Yerburgh, Esq., M.P., &c. ARTISTES. MISS E. STUART DOUGLAS, Soprano ^Pupil of Misr3 Aiina Williams at the Royal College of Music, London.) MISS E. F E. JOHNSON, Mezzo-Soprano (Pul)il of Madame Douglas-Adams.) MISS VIOLET MONK, PrincIpal COlltmlto of the Dougbts" Operatic Society (pupil of Madame Douglas-Adams.) MH. KELSON TRUEMAN (Principal Tenor of the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden, London). MR ALF. W. LEWIS, Principal Baritone of the '"Douglas" Operatic Society. MR. T. S. ADAMS, Bass of the "Douglas" Operatic Society. MR. WILLIAM LLEWELLYN, The Famous Operatic Basso (by kind permission of the Moody-Manners Opera Company). Minor Characters & Chorus by Madame Douglas- Adams' Pupils, assisted by several Gentlemen Amateurs of Chester and Mold. •INCIDENTAL DANOES BY MISS GLADYS LEWIS. Dresses, Scenery, Limelight. &c. Orchestra, under the leadership of Mr. HORACE HASELDEN. The Opera produced, managed and conducted, by MADAME DOUCLAK-ADAMS. On account of the length of the Opera, doors open at 7 p.m. Opera to commence at T.oO o'clock punctually. Carriages at 10 45. Reserved Area, 4s. (Family Tickets to admit three, 10s. lid.); West Gallery (Reserved), lis. Unreserved Area, 2s. Side Galleries and Back Seats, Is. lid. Top Gallery, Is. ELOCUTION. PUBLIC SPEAKING, VOICE PRODUC- J. TION, RECITATION, SHAKESPEARIAN READING. MR. W. H. WATSON.—Private Lessons. 5, Phonetic and Breathing Exercises for prevention of clerical or teacher's throat. Prospectus (testimonials from Clergymen, Colleges, Press Notices) 24, Canning-street, Liverpool; and RICHAltlJSON', 43 Bridge-at. Row Chester and Wrexham visited. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. GII. A LN IL) FiTI, Flower S how, Athletic Sports, Ac., WILL BE HELD IX THE GROUNDS ADJOINING "THE FOLLY, FLOOKERSBROOK, ON WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 1ST, 1903. T. J. BOUGH TON, Hon. Soc., 25, Halkyn-road, (Jheater. HOOTON rARK ANI) WIRRAL HUNT RACES, APRIL 17TH AND 1STH. FRIDAY. Hooton Park Hurdle Race of 1,000 sov. National Hunt Flat Race of *200 so v. SATURDAY. Cheshire Steeplechase of 1,000 HOY. FIRST RACE ABOUT 1.30 EACH DAY. ADMISSION TO COURSE, ];- Excu,i,sionTrains-S,'ecP-,ailiva,v Co's Notices CHARGES FOR VEHICLES. No. of Persons Allowed, iii. Daily, eluding Driver. (4 4 1-2 1 Carria^e and Pair 20; Small Private Bus or Wagonette X n- Brake and Carriage and Four, Coach or Bus (private) 12 30. Public Omnibus, Brake or Coach and Four 20 40 THE | Q1IESTER |JNrrED QAS QO. ? ? G-, Co- GAS FIRES. CONSUMERS ARE SPECIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT NEW STOCK OF FIRES Of the latest pattern, comprising all the most modern improvements. FOR DRAWING ROOMS. I SKYI.IIAL NEW PATTERNS OF ARTISTIC DESIGN. FOR GENERAL DOMESTIC USE. Fires of all patterns with or without boiling attach- ments, and economical in consumption. FOR BUSINESS PREMISES. 1 COMBINED FIRE, GMLUSK & BOILING BURNER. Reflector Stoves of Various Designs for use Without Flue. FIRES ON REN T AL. To the nFe of iirst-cj&ss J* j r os the (L oiiijviny virxll supply Fn'fw on 3 ytvirs liiro puroliiiso rental system at rates from 5s per Quarto-. Fixed Free. Fitters will be sent on application to examine and NU«-"csl ^mtablo pattern of Fires, See., and Estimates will IK: given free. Offices & Show Kooms: Cuppiii Street. BOLLAND'S, CHESTER. I I BY ROYAL WARRANT TO His MA-T E STY J UE-A THK KING -? LATB MAJESTY AND QUKES VICTORIA. RESTAURANT & CAFE. WEDDING CAKES. RACE HAMPERS. A LARGE VARIETY OF EASTER EGGS AND EAST IS R NOVELTIES. ROYAL ALMOND AND BURY SIMNEL CAKES. R. BOLLAND & SONS, LTD. Telephone 37. Telegrams Hollands, Chester." u- QUGHT I TO WEAR (JESSES P ALL SUOH QUESTIONS ARE WILLINGLY ANSWERED AND GLASSES ONLY RE- COMMENDED WHERE NECESSARY. I H. C. HOUGHTON. EYESIGHT. SPECIALIST, LATE MANAGER FOR WOOD, ABRAHAM'S, Liverpool & Manchester. 23, EASTGATE STREET, CHESTER. ALL REPAIRS DONE CHEAPLY AND PROMPTLY. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. TARVIN SCHOOL. A SALR OF WORK, WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 22, 1903. PLAIN & FANCY ARTICLES. DAIRY PRODUCE, CONCERTS AND ENTERTAINMENTS, By well-known Artistes, and PROFESSOR WYMAN, Conjuror & Ventriloquist, A BABY SHOW. The SALE will be Opened at 2.30 by the MAYORESS OF CHESTER. ADMISSION 2.30 One Shilling, and 5.30 Sixpence. PUBLIC NOTICES. THE LYNN TESTIMONIAL. SUBSCRIBERS. £ s. d. Already acknowledged J3 9 6 .T. G Frost 010 0 J.M.Frost 0 10 0 The List will close on April 18th, 1903. CHESTER t??I E ('X I S T I-?' A T I O' \T (CONSERVATIVE REGISTRATION ASSOCIATTON. THE ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING Of the Association will be held in the ASSEMBLY ROOMS. NEWGATE STREET, ON MONDAY NEXT, THE 20TH APRIL, AT 8 P.M., WHEN THE ATTENDANCE OF MEMBERS IS PARTICULARLY REQUESTED After the Business has been transacted, the Meeting will be Addressed by MR. R. A. YERBURGH, MP. BENJ. C. ROBERTS, CHAIRMAN. 17, Newgate-street, Chester, April 14th, 1903. CI HESTER WORKING BOYS' HOME, Patron: THE LOKD B?KOr OF CHESTER. THE Annual Meeting & Prize-giving WILL BE IIEI.il ON TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 21ST, IfN)3, IN THE REFECTORY OF THE CATHEDRAL (By kind permission of the Dean and Chapter). THE PRIZES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED BY MRS. R. A. YERBURGH. An ADDRESS will De given oy R. A. YERBURGH, Esq., M. P. THE CHAIR WILT, m; TAKEN AT 8 P.M. N ATION A L SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY JL TO CHILDREN. CHESTER AND WEST CHESHIRE BRANCH. THE THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Branch of the Society will be held ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 22ND, 1903, IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, TOWN HALL, CHESTER (by kind permission of the Mayor), at 3-30 p.m. His Worship the MAYOR OV CHESTER (Dr. JOHN ROBERTS, J.P.) will preside, and will be supported by the VENERABLE ARCHDEACON GOLDWYER LEWIS, the REV. CANON GORE, and COL. WILFORD LLOYD, if their engagements permit The REV. BENJAMIN WAUGH, Director, will speak on the National Work of the Society. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ZENANA MISSIONARY SOCIETY. A N N UA L MEETING WILL BE !fEU J ON THURSDAY NEXT, APRIL 23RD, IN THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEWGATE STREET, CHESTER. The VEN. ARCHDEACON GORE will preside a.t the Meeting at 3 p.m., and an Address will be given by MISS S T H, 0 N G formerly Missionary -it Fooehow, China. There will lie a BOOK STALL, and I? LOWERS for Sale, in the Hall. Proceeds for the C.E.Z.M.S. ^JHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. I A SPECIAL ADDRESS WILL BE GIVEN OY EUGENE STOCK, ESQ. Hon. Lay Secretary of C.M.S. IN THE TOWN HAIL, CHESTER, ON FRIDAY, 22ND MAY, 1903. THE LORD BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE Will take the Chair at 8 p.m. PUBLIC NOTICES. -# MR. WHEATLAND-JEFFERY and MR. and MRS. T. BROWNE and Family return THANKS for all kind sympathy extended to them in their recent great bereavement. timn ROYAL SOCIETY PRBVKN doN oF C;itUEL'f'Y TO ANIMALS. CHESTER. AND DISTRICT BHANCH. THE PU rJLFC are most earnestly reminded that JL only by their aid can mativ Oases of Cruelty be discovered, which it wouid be impossible for the Inspector to find out. Kvery one, on seeing an act nf cruelty committed, should report the case at once to Inspector BLAKE ,K>NPJS, 2, Priory- place, i b' flter, with full details and the itame and address of the offender; or the name and address on the vehicle if there be one. It in a rule of the Society that the name of an informant is kept private if de-ired. I'; OYAL VISIT TO CHESTER RACES — PRIVATE STANDS at IZOODFYE HOUSE, CHESTER, formerly the Residence of CoL H. T. BROWN. The Chester Race Company are erecting Private Stands in the grounds of Roodeye House for the accommodation of a limited number of visitors or parties. The position faces the Winning Post and Paddock, and alfords an uninterrupted view of nearly the whole of the Course. Arrangements may also be made for Private Luncheons. K For terms apply to F. J. WARMSLEY, Secretary, Chester Race Company, Limited, 29, Eastgate Row (North), Chester. CITY & COUNTY BOROUGH OF CHESTER. PORTRAIT OF THE LATE DUKE JL OF WESTMINSTER. The Right Worshipful the Mayor has opened a fund to defrav the cost of obtaining a reproduction of the Portrait of the late Duke of Westminster, by Sir J. E. Millais, R.A., to be placed in the Town Hall. SUBSCRIPTIONS. The Right Worshipful the Mayor (Dr. JohnRoberts) 5 0 0 James G. Frost 5 0 0 W. H. Churton 5 0 0 Sir T. G. Frost 5 0 0 H. T. Brown 5 0 0 George A. Dickson 5 0 0 B. C. Roberts 5 0 0 Jno. J. Cunnah 5 0 0 Thos. Smith 5 0 0 Saml. Smith 5 0 0 Henry Stolterfoth 3 3 0 John M. Frost 3 3 0 Hy. Dodd (Sheriff) 2 0 John Jones, The Spinney. 2 2 0 W. Ferguson 2 2 0 John Jones, Brook-lane 1 1 0 Alfred Mann 1 1 0 J, D. Siddall 1 1 0 S. Coppack 1 1 0 R Cecil Da vies 1 1 0 Robert Lamb 1 1 0 Egerton Gilbert 1 1 0 Geo. W. Has well 110 D. L. Hewitt 1 1 0 J. Willianison 110 Wm. Vernon 1 1 9 A.Hamilton 110 H. W. King 110 A. M. Archer 1 1 0 M. Gibbons 110 Further subscriptions will be received by the undersigned. un d ersigne d SAML. SMITH, Town Clerk. Town Hall, Chester, 16tli April, 1903. THE QUEEN'S SCHOOL, CHESTER. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the ACCOUNTS of the above School, for the year ending 31st December, 1902, may be inspected at my Office, St. Werburgh-street, Chester, any day between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock in the forenoon Dated this 17th day of April. 1903. F. B MASON. Clerk to the Govemors. HASTINGS SCHOOL FOUNDATION. "VT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the N ACCOUNTS of the above Foundation, to the 31st December, 11.'02, may be inspected at my Office, Northgate House, Chester, any day between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 17th day of April, 1903. HUBERT POTTS, Clerk to the Governors. NOTICE. TARVIN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. Jk NY person who has a CLAIM Mraiost this N Council for MATERIAL supplied, or for WORK done previous to the 31st March last, is requested to send an Account thereof to me within seven days from the date hereof. H. GRANT BAILEY, Clerk to the Council. Crypt Chambers, Chester, 14th April, 1903. HAWARDEN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. PUBLIC HEALTH ACTS. BYE-LAWS AS TO SLAUGHTER-HOUSES. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the ? llth day of April. 1903, there wiU be deposited in the Board-room of the Guardians at the Union Workhouse, Broughton. in the County of Flint, the revised drafts as provisionally approved by the Local Government Board and printed copies of Bye-laws relating to Slaughter-Houses, which are proposed to be made by the said Rural District Council, and such copies will remain so deposited and open to the inspection of any ratepayer during Office-hours without fee or reward, until the 12th day of Mvy next, when application will be made to the Local Government Board to confirm the said Hye-hws. A copy of the proposed Bye-laws will be supplied I to any ratepayer on application and on payment of the cost of printing such copy or copies. The said Bye-laws will relate to the contributory places of Hawarden, Hope, and Saltney, in the said District, and in respect of which the Local Govern- ment Board have granted to the said Rural District Council urban powers for the regulating of Slaughter-Houses and other matters. HUGH G. ROBERTS, Clerk to the Council. Council Offices, Broughtpn, near Chester, 7tli April, 1903. MARY SMITH, DECEASED. A LL persons having CLAIMS against the Estate of the above-named Deceasf-d, formerly of "The Cross Keys," Northgate Row, Chester, Licensed Victualler, are requested to send par- ticulars thereof forthwith to R. T. MORGAN, 2, Newgate-street. Chester, Solicitor to the Executors. I ELIZABETH ANKERS, DSCKASED. ALL persons having any CLAIMS against the I Estate of ELIZABETH ANKKKS, late of The l Flags, 1 arvrn, m the tjountv ot Chester, spinster, deceased (who died on the 12th day of April, 1903), are hereby requested to send particulars thereof to us, the undersigned, solicitors for the Executors. DIlted this 17th day of April 1903. BARKER & ROGERSON, I 12, White Friars, Chester. PLEASE RE CRUISES. -HE DEE STEAM DOAT CO. I The above Company is the only one authorised by His Grace the DUKE OF WESTMINSTER, to run their STEAMERS regularly to EATON HALL. THE "ORMONDE" AND "BEND OR" Will run as follows (Sundays excepted) :— sun am am pm i ptn l pm i j»m i pm Chester.dp 0,1030.11 '1 0 3<?-l.'))?;?!-t: Ecotest?tF. [H 5(?1?.' l?JO 1 5G 20UJ ?-t S0,5 21 Iron Brid?e?M?H?:_ t ) io'; 4-> iron"r'M:.d.'].15?HP; ••• s 40 KccI?t?nF. 1130il 01 -1 's?2 40 li-,? L,251- :» 6 lo ? Cheater. nrrH?l 0.1 & 3 40 < 1C-(4 3.?)5 ?0)7 ? FAKES Chester to H('!4'\?t<m, 6d. Single 9d. Return „ Iron Bridge, 8d. Is. Weather and other <ws!? permitting. SPECIAL RUNNINGS for BANK HOLIDAYS. EDUCATIONAL. THE KINGS SCHOOL, CHESTER. HEAD MASTER REV. J. T. DAVIES, M.A. NEXT TERM begins FumA Y, May 1st, 1903, at 9 a.m. Candidates for entrance attend at 11 o'clock. For prospectus apply to the Clerk, Mr. F. B. MASON, St. Werburgh-street, Chester. Boarders taken by the Rev. J. R. FULLER. The Head Master will attend at the School on THURSDAY, April 30th, from 11 to 12 o'clock, to interview parents. t)HE QUEEN'S SCHOOL, CHESTER. The SUMMER TERM will begin on THURSDAY, April 30th, 1903. For prospectus, information as to Boarding- houses, etc., apply to the Headmistress, or to the Clerk to the Governors. Parents of new Pupils are invited to call on Wed- nesday, April 29th, either morning or afternoon. Particulars as to the KINDERGARTEN which haa been opened in connection with the Queen's School can be obtained from Miss HILDA GILES, 57, Tarvin-road or from the Clerk. Mr. F. B. MASON, St. Werburgh-street, Chester. 37, WHITE FRIARS. UCHOQL for GIRLS and KINDER- O GARTEN. Principal: MRS. T. J. POWELL. NEXT TERM commences Mav 5th. rrHE ELMS, FLOOKERSBKOOK, CHESTER. iL Preparatory and Finishing SCHOOL for GIRLS. Work Resumed April 29th.—Apply by letter to Miss NEVILLE. 6033 HOLLY BANK PREPARATORY JDL SCHOOL, 11, Cambrian View. Classes for Little Girls and Boys will be Resumed on TUJTSDAY, April 21st. Miss STONE, Mistress. (J073 THECHNICAL DAY SCHOOL, JL GROSVENOR MUSEUM, CHESTER. HEADMASTER :-Mn. JOHN A. McMICHAEL, B.A., B.Sc. SUMMER TERM COMMENCES 20th APRIL, 1903. The School is provided with well-equipped Workshops and Laboratories. The curriculum includes Practical Science, English Subjects, Languages, Shorthand, Drawing and Manual Training. FEES.— £ 1 13s. 4d. per term for Sons of Rate- payers in the City of Chester. £ 2 per term for other Boys. For further information apply to the HEAD- MASTER, or JOHN DODD, Clerk to the Governing Body. 1G, Corn Exchange Chambers CHESTER SCHOOL OF ART, GROSVENOR MUSEUM. HEAD MASTER: W. G. SCHRODER, A.R.C.A. SUMMER TERM COMMENCES 20TH APRIL, 1903. The Course of Instruction includes, in addition to the ordinary Art subjects, Classes in Drawing & Painting, from the Costume Model, &c. Ornamental Design. Architecture. Sketching, from Nature, Landscape. i Embroidery & Art Needlework. TEACHER Miss M. E. HUXLEY. Woodcarving. TEACHER: MR. C. R. WARREN. Prospectuses may be obtained from JOHN DODD, Clerk to the Governing Body. 16, Corn Exchange Chambers. MR. BRUNO, Teacher of Banjo, Zither Banjo, Guitar, Mandoline. Mandola; also Violin and Viola for orchestral playing.—Studio, 7, Eastgate Walls, Chester. Ten lessons, half-guinea 26 lessons, one guinea. 5633 TENDERS. '# TO COAL MERCHANTS. rf?HE Urban District Council of Nekton and JL Parkgate are prepared to receive TENDERS for the supply of about 400 Tons of WASHED SLACK for the Council Waterworks for the year ending 31st March, 1904, to be delivered at either station at Neston. Tenders to be endorsed "Tender for Slack" and sent to the Surveyor to the Town Hall, Neston, not later than SATURDAY, the 25th April instant. J. P. GAMON, Clerk to the Council. TO TEAM OWNERS. THE Urban District Council of Neston and t Parkgate are prepared to receive TENDERS for the Supply of TEAM LABOUR for the year ending 31st March, 1904. Form of Tender may be had on application to the Surveyor, Town Hall, Neston. Tenders to be in not later than SATURDAY, the 25th April instant. I J. P. GAMON, I Clerk to the Council. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. THE Guardians of the Poor invite TENDERS for the ERECTION of ESCAPE STAIR- CASES. PADDED ROOIS, &c., at the Chester Union Workhouse. Drawings, Conditions and Specification may be seen and bill of quantities obtained on and after TUESDAY NEXT, the 21st April, at the office of the Architects, Messrs JOHN H. DAVIES & SONS, 14. Newgate-street, Chester. Tenders, endorsed, to be delivered at my office not later than 10 a.m., 1st May, 1903 The Guardians do nMot ?i bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. By order. W. TURNOCK (Signed), Clerk to the Guardians. Forest House, Chester, 17th April, 1903. SHIPPING. ,I ORIENT- PACIFIC LINE TO Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania. ROYAL MAIL SERVICE. LEAVE LONDON every ALTERNATE FRIDAY, for the above Colonies, calling at PLYMOUTH, GIBRALTAR, MARSEILLES, NAPLES, POIrr SAID, and COLOMBO. (F. GREEN & CO. bnagcrs ?ANDERSON. ANDERSON & CO. Head Offices: FENCHURCH AVENUE, LONDON. For Passage apply to the latter firm at 5, Fen- church Avenue, E. C. or to the Branch Offioe, 16, Cockspur-street, Charing Cross, W. Agent: H. TAYLOR, Exchange-st., Crewe.  (?,'OAST. NORFOIK BROADS & COAST. Mr. PARSONS NORMAN is Shc?tng his SKETCHES of these Waters at MINSIiULL A MEESON'S GALLERY, EASTGATE ROW. TI. G. BUEEELL, TAILOR & CLOTHIER. 117, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. SPECIAL SHOW or BOYS', YOUTHS' AND MEN'S CLOTHING, ) FOR THE EASTER TRADJ. A Grand Assortment of the popular BOYS' CONWAY SUITS, in Navy and Fancy Tweeds, 6/6 to 13/6. BOYS' SAILOR SUITS, Navy and Tweeds, 2/6 to 8/11. The BOYS' NORFOLK SUIT, 6/6 to 20/ The BOYS' THREE-GARMEYT SUIT, 7/6 to 25/- The BOYS' RUGBY SUIT, 10/6 to 27/6. The YOUTHS' LONG TROUSERS „ 12/6 to 30/- THREE SPECIAL LINES IN MEN'S CLOTHING. STYLE FIT AND FINISH EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT TO TAILOR-MADE GOODS. NAVY, SERGE and TWEED SUITS, 21/ 25/6, 30/ BLACK COATS and VESTS, 12/6, 18/6, 2 1 TWEED TROUSERS, 6/6, 8/6,10/6 TAILORING DRPARTMENT. A Splendid Assortment of Patterns in Stripes and Mixtures for GENTS' TROUSERS. to Order, 10 6. Other Prices, 12/6 to 21/ GENTS' LOUNGE SUITS, to measure, in all the Newest Colourings, 30/- to 55/ We beg to can SPECIAL ATTENTION to our NAVY SBRGE SUIT, to measure, at 35/ Made from an absolutely Fa¡,¡t Indigo Dye MODELS OF PERFECTION. SWIFT CYCLES FOR 1903. THE MARLBORO' SWIFT at Ten Guineas stands right out from the usual popular price models. Fitted with the famous Swift ball-bearing free wheel, two brakes and plated rims, it may be truly described "The World's Best" value. THE RANELAGH SWIFT at Twelve Guineas is a representative criterion of what a really high-grade cycle should be. Exquisitely enamelled and lined in colours. THE CLUB SWIFT at Fourteen Guineas is a handsome mount and is certainly the J best that money can buy. Fitted with registered design unbreakable forks and chain stays. THE SWIFT ROYAL (hitherto known as the famous No. 1) at Seventeen Guineas. The World's Best. THE SWIFT FEATHERWEIGHT at Nineteen Guineas is as strong as it is light. MODELS FITTED WITH DUNLOP OR WARWICK FIRST GRADE TYRES. DEFERRED PAYMENTS IF DESIRED. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. THE SPORTS TRADING CO., LTD., 100A, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. Sole Agent for EXCELSIOR, QUADRANT & ROYAL ENFIELD MOTOR BICYCLES. W. MAHER, 34, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER, SOLE AGENT FOR THE DISTRICT FOR RUDGE WHITWORTH, ROYAL ENFIELD, LEA FRANCIS, AND ROVER CYCLES. PRICE &10 10 0 & UPWARDS. All fitted with Free Wheels, Plated Rims, Brooke's Saddles, and Two Rim or Back Pedalling Brakes. THE ABOVE MAKERS STAND IN THE FORE RANK AS CYCLE MANUFACTURERS. THESE FIRMS ARE GIVING GREAT ADVANTAGES TO PURCHASERS THIS YEAR. The Improvements which they have made in appearance makes them the most Up-to-date in the Market. THE LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM IN CHESTER A GOOD SELECTION OF TYRES. ALSO LUCAS LAMPS, BELLS, &c. TRAILERS FOR SALE & HIRE. LICENSED TO SELL MOTOR SPIRIT. Repairs Promptly & Reasonably Executed on the Premises. CATALOGUES SENT BY POST ON APPLICATION. AN INSPECTION INVITED. Always onhand a good lot of Secondhand Machines to be Sold Cheap E. DALE, CHESTER AND CARNARVON TL/ FOB HIGHEST CLASS HIRE SYSTEM AND /PV T OR CASH. AND X —— LOWEST ?? ?? Ulustrated Catalogue «ent Fre« '?? .? cn application. I coMPExiTiyy^ COMPETITIV  '?/ ??? PRICES y From 10/- Monthly. 1 „ ORGANS From 5/- Monthly. 1 0\ From 5/- Monthly. —— y/ AU Instruments Delivered Free exchanged if not approved of; and warranted for 10 years. /< Sy — TUNING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. y Orders by Post receive prompt attention. 7/ HEAD OFFICE & SHOWROOMS— 51, BRIDGE-ST. ROW. CHESTER. SOLE AGENT FOR THE PIANOLA: IE. DALIE., 51, BRIDGE-STREET Row, CHESTER. INSPECTION INVITED. -=-=. j U Fk\ 1 COMPLETE FURNISHING STORES, < ?? H !?  9 TO ?9. BOLD STREET, LIVERPOOL. ? 1 ? JLj J 'R") COMPLETE FUISHING STORES, J 1 ), LOWF..8T PRICES IN THE KINGDOM FOR CASH ONLY. THE SPLENDID STOCK, THE FINEST OUT OF LONDON, IS WORTH ATTENTION BY ALL WHO WISH TO FURNISH AND SAVE ON THEIR OUTLAY. Send for Illustrated Catalogues Free.—All Purchases over 40/- are Delivered Free to any Railway Station in Great Britain. I SPRING FASHIONS. I APPLETO\"S, Bridge Street Row, ARE NOW WELL REPRESENTED WITH A CHOICE SELECTION OF THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY, MANTLES, AND LADIES' COATS, SKIRTS, COSTUMES, LACES, LACE RUFFLES, LACE COLLARS AND CAPES, LACE COFFEE COATS SPECIAL, Gloves, Ribbon, Hosiery, &c., TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALITY. INSPECTION INVITED. A PPLETON'S BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER JOHN A. MATE, 17, BRIDGE STREET ROW, 50, BRIDGE STREET. NEW SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, INFANTS' PELISSES, MILLINERY, OVERALLS, FROCKS, PINAFORES, &c. EVERY REQUISITE- IN Ladies' Underclothing & Baby Linen, A QUANTITY OF CORSETS. TRAVELLERS' SAMPLES, TO BE SOLD AT COST. For Value, Variety and Quality we still lead the way. IF YOU HAVE NEVER TRIED us, DO SO. IT WILL PAY YOU. WE ARE GENUINE Ladies' & Children's Outfitters, NOT GENERAL DRAPERS, Therefore in a better position to give you the Right Goods at the Right Price. 17, BRIDGE STREET ROW, 50, BRIDGE STREET. P. PO W E LL, COACH B U I L D E R, COMMERCIAL HALL, FRODSHAM STREET, CHESTER. CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION BUILT TO ORDER. ESTIMATES GIVEN. REPAIRS NEATLY EXECUTED AT REASONABLE PRICES. ESTABLISHED 1868. Mf'f"ONNE[;L'S THREE STAR WHISKY OLD IRISH 18 THE OLD STYLE POT STILL WHISKY PURE. WHOLESALE AGENT GEOKGE BARLOW. "THE OLD VAULTS," BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. ESTAB. v_. 1785. JS. 1185. TRADE MARK. R. J. FULL WOOD & BLAND, The Largest & Oldest Manufacturers of ANNATTO RENNET (LIQUID, POWDER & TABLETS), AND OLEO BUTTER COLORINE IN THE WORLD. WILL GIVE PRIZES VALUE zC170 DURING 1903. The above preparations are used and recom- mended at all the principal Dairy Institutes in England and Scotland. 70 per cent. of the British Cheese is made with the use of tbem. SAMPLES SUPPLIED FREE ON APPLICA- TION TO STEAM ANNATTO WORKS, HOXTON, LONDON. TaLtFHONB No. E DGAR DUTTON & SONS —— TNW OLDBOT VUVKRAl MTAXHaMKUT IN TRZ CITY, 30, Frodsham Street, Chester. E. D. & SONS, having the Largest Stock of Belgian Horses, Superior Glass and Closed Hearses, Private Broughams, Coaches, & Glass- side Schillibeer, are prepared to Supply Funerals cheaper than any other shopmthe E. D. A SONS take the ENTIRE MANAGE- MENT OF FUNERALS in Town or Country with due regard to economy and taste. All Coffins made on the premises by I radical Workmen and delivered in Town or Country in a few hours' notice. Undertakers aupp)ied with He&rsm and Cama.gea. Coffin-plates, H&nd!ea, Lnnngs and 1a Shrouds and Bearers at Moderate Charges. To the Poor or Benevolent, & good &ffin, SchiHibeor and Grave complete, &QS. Agent for MBTALLW ComNB, for Infectao Cases RAIVATB ADDRMSKS: j 113, UNION WALK, adjoining Stables; and WELLFIELD HOUSE, NEWTON. HPltl (j FAsHIONS. W. E. i, IN DOP Begs to announce his FIRST DELIVERY of NEW JACKETS, COSTUMES. DRESS FABRICS, LADIES' DELAINE SHIRTS. LADIES' TWEED JACKETS. 13s. rc]. to 59s. fxl. LADIES TAILOR.-MADS "COSTUMES, new shapes, 2js. bd to Cos. LADIES' COSTUME SKIRTS, 38 to 44 inches long, black and ooloured," 6s. lid. to 35s. 6d. LADIES DELAINE SHIRTS, exclusive designs, perfect fitting; 3s 1J d. 1 158. 6d. NEW DRESS FABRICS. Patterns on application. DRESSMAKING :-Perfect Fit; Newest Styles. W F.I J I N hop, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER, C. D. JONES 18 SHOWING A LARGE AND CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' SHIRTS, COLLARETTES, GLOVES, AND FANCY DRAPERY. ALSO A SPLENDID VARIETY OF INFANTS' PELISSES, CHILDREN'S COSTUMES, AND MIL LI ERY, FROCKS, PINAFORES & OVERALLS, SUITABLE FOR EASTER TRADE. 53, Foregate Street, Chester. RULAN U j) VVsON, 46 & 48, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER, AND 1 & 2, WHITE HORSE YARD, PAWNBROKER, JKWKULER & CLOTHIER, DEALER IN FURNITURE, JEWELLERY, SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOOI)ki, PIANOS, FURS, CARPETS, BASSINETTES, &c. Cash Advanced to any amount on any of the above class of Goods. I v»'ry handsome Crown Derby J-O/ TEA SET, dark blue and gold. Every piece stamped; 50 pieces. All guaranteed perfect. ?*?!  Regulator CLOCK, I -41 -V-J/ ?? by nrst-cli? maker; 6id& '= bmckets, with mirror backs for oraamenta; strikes hours and hal es on gong Fixed and delivered free written warranty given. 1 4 k /df-t Handsome COAL VASE, ornamented 1' ?/ ? with brass; loose box and shovel. ??/—L?eaize Enphsb Gilt PIER GLASS, U t Platet1a.ss. ..&1 0 H\f—The SUitt1. ?? Birch .1011 BEDROOM SUITE, com- prising wardrobe with large bevelled robing mirror, drCMing chest with dressing glass, jewel drawers on top, and large drawers beneath, washstand with marble s'ab, double row tile back, cupboard and towel rail attached, and two chairs. Complete.  —Fretty stu?H size Octagon TABLE; ~Jl L<LP! ?? polished wa}nu, OO/ AND 32/(i-Capita. ly well-made COUCHES and SOFA, upholstered in best quality leather cloth loose seats, carvedbacks. M.J ,) /-The very latest style in BASSIN- I ETTgS. all best quality cane; brass )e\ era, movable seats, upholstered in art blue, stiong and serviceable.  hand-painted TRINKET ~t d i /# SET, real china. Capital 8UITE OF FURN- X4 1-TURE? comprising couch, pair of eases and four small chairs; upholstered in green velvet, and solid birch frames, stained walnut, spring seats. QO/-Lady's lovely Gold Keyless WATCH; <3*3/ beautifully engraved stamped cases. A written warranty given. Handsome solid" Brass ROD svnd O) BRACKETS for fireplace new design. A jt* "j A k I—Unredeemed. Exceptional bar- 04WU JLV7/ gain. Sweet-toned PIANO, in walnut case, full octave; suit learner. Cheap. "I K /—Small size ORGAN, in splendid jL'/Ji L? J? L<J?/ condition, walnut case; tuned and delivered free Ð.. > K /—Our special line. Full size set jL'k) J| L O/ of Brass Rail BEDSTEADS; treble wire-woven mattress and thick wool mattress, with bolster and pillows complete. Very handsome Eight-day Striking 2 5/ BRACKET TIMEP1 ECE warranted! INe^t Gold Curb BRACELET, with ? 4 ? padlock, in velvet case.  Well-made KITCHEN oiIw U DRESSER; polished walnut, mirror back, 5ft. long, five drawers and two cupboards, brass handles. Cheap. 4* 1 c? /—Forfeited. EnglMh Silver Lev( r <?-? -? L ?. WATCR, oapt?d and fully jewelled warranted for ten years. Cheap. JLOmii1 l !i\r~Child's strong High CHAIR, four 1 v} positions; latest make. *> J I—Second-hand. Set of Full-size BED- OU STEADS bras,-mounted, and treble wire-woven spring mattress. Very cheap. <3/ /—Strong turned-wood ARMCHAIR, old- <L)??/ fa?Jiioned style, w.tb red plush cushions, polished walnut colour. 6/6 ANI) 12<<>—Quantity of solid Birch SWING GLASSES. — Large size three-bar solid S T E E L ?/0 KITCHEN FENDER. .4/?—?'? Silver Curb ALBERT, stamped J1 LTc/ U every link, very heavy. Iand ? 6—Best quality Wool FLOCK J1 LmI/ ? BED, Bolster and two pillows. LARGE STOCK of Brass and Iron BED- i_J STEADS, all sizes. New and second-hand. HAIR C 0 M B I N G S MADE UP, 21- rEa OX. COVERLETTE HAIR FRAMES, From 3/6 each. TAILS OF FROM PURE H A I It, 5/6 T. SKALES BROWN, 3, LEECE-ST. (CAR STATlm), LIVERPOOL. EADE'8 PILLS. E ADE'S RAPE'S APE'S E ADE'S pILLS. pILLS. p ILLS. p ILLS. All who suffer from Gout or Rheumatism should imme- diately have recourse to KI,Dl",S PILLS. Hundreds of Testimonials bave been re- ceived from all sorts and conditions of men testifying to the wond erful power these Pills have in giving relief in the very worst cases. These Pills are purely vegetable and perfectly safe in their action. INSTANTLY RELIEVE An RAPIDLY CURE THE WORST FORM OF GOUT, RUEUMATISAM. RHEUMATIC GOUT, PAINS IN THH HEAD, FACE, AND LIMBS, And have the largest recommendation ever given any patent medicine of its class. QOUT. JTJHEUMATISM. G OUT. JJHEUMATISM. G OUT. R HEUMATISM. GOUT. RBUIA TISI. G OUT. RHEUMATISM. G O-LTT. RHEUMATISM. AFTER TWO PILLS SHE FELT EASIER 26, Rutland-street, Brompton-road, S. W. April 26th, 1902. Sir,—I feel bound to write and state my wife's case. She was taken very ill with gout some weeks ago, and was in lied, not hting- able to put her foot to the ground. I made up my mind to try your Pills, and gave her two. AFTER A FEW HOURS SHE FELT EASIER. She took one more in the afternoon, and I was surprised to find her up from bed when I came home in the evening. In two or three days she was quite well again. Yours truly. A. Fop.->. "1r. George bade, )2. GÐwell-ld., London. 1 EADF3 GOUT & RHEUMATIC PILLS Are Sold by an ChemMt? ?n Hott?a, IfH; Aad 2 '}; or ent POtt free for Pcs?! Onr by th Pt,)- prMtor, G??R<,E E.\n? 2? G?w?U-r'w), KC. Ask for and he sure you obtain ?A?K 8 GOCT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS. EADE'S PILLS.  ? !It,. I I  7'*  'r' J' ASTON's. 14, WATERGATE STREET. HAVE BOUGHT THE WHOLE OF A LONDON MANUFACTURER'S STOCK OF DINING AND DRAWING ROOM SUITES, AND THEY WILL BE SOLD AT PRICES LESS THAN THE:COST OF MAKING. ASTOFs. 14, WATERGATE STREET. ft