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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. ROYALTY THEATRE. CHESTER. Proprietor: MR. MILTON BODE. MONDAY NEXT, April 10th, for Six nights only, RETURN OF THE "THREE LITTLE MAIDS," « THREE LITTLE MAIDS," "THREE LITTLE MAIDS," From the Prince of Wales' Theatre, London. Box Office open 11 till 4. MUSIC HALL, CHESTER. GRAND EVENING QONCERT. MADAME CLARA BUTT, Mr. Kennerley Rumford, AND PARTY, FRIDAY, APRIL 28TH, AT 8 O'CLOCK. PRICES :-1/ 2/ 2/6, 3/6, 5/ Plan and Tickets at Messrs. Phillipson & Golder, Eastgate Row. Ticket-holders for Unreserved part will be admitted at 7-15; Ordinary doors, 7-30. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. HOOLE AND NEWTON ANNUAL SPORTS & FETE -A WILL BE HELD IN THE FOLLY GROUNDS, I By kind permission of Miss Lucy Brown, ON WHIT-MONDAY, JUNE 12TH, 1905. Hon. Sec.-T. J. BOUGHTON, 25, Halkyn-road, Newton, Chester. CHESTER PAXTON SOCIETY. A GRAND EXHIBITION ?A- OF HIBITION SPRING FLOWERS WILL BE HELD IN THE TOWN HALL, ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NEXT, 11TH AND 12TH APRIL, When Honorary Awards, consisting of MEDALS and CERTIFICATES, will be made to meritorious exhibits. OPENING CEREMONY by HER GRACE KATHARINE DUCHESS OF WESTMINSTER, at THREE p.m. on TUESDAY, April llth. ADMISSION AS FOLLOWS:- TuESUAY-From 2-30 to 9 p.m., ONE SHILLING. WEDNESDAY—From 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., SIXPENCE. TICKETS may be had from Mr. Jonx SIMON, 4, Eastgate Row; Messrs. DAVIES & SHEPHEARD, Bridge-street Row; Mr. J. D. SIDDALL, The Cross; and from the Grosvenor Museum. Full particulars may be obtained from MR. NBWSTEAD, Curator of the Grosvenor Museum. G. P. MILN, Hon. Sec. RAILWAYS. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY GEXCURSIONS. -FRIDAY, April 14th, DAY TRIP to WREXHAM (BANGOR RACES). Leave CHESTER 10-15 a.m. FOOTBALL.—ENGLISH CUP. FINAL TIE. ASTON VILLA v. NEWCASTLE UNITED at CRYSTAL PALACE.—FRIDAY NIGHT. April 14th. to LONDON for 1, 3, 5 or 8 days. Leave CHESTER 12-50 night. Pocket Time Tables on sale at the Company's Stations and Offices. One Penny.—Tickets, bills, pamphlets, particulars of Weekly and Week-end Bookings, &c., obtainable at the Stations. JAMES C. INGLIS, General Manager. 1 9 0 5. IQARVELLOUS VALUE IN CYCLES! AGENT FOR "ROYAL ENFIELD," "ROVER," "SWIFT," & "RUDGE-WHITWORTH" CYCLES. FROM £ 6 AND UPWARDS. Also a large stock of LUCAS ACCESSORIES, and DUNLOP COVERS at 11s. each, and other makes at Reduced Prices. REPAIRS done on the Premises by Practical Men. W. MAHER. 34. BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. GAS COOKERS CAN NOW BE HIRED AT LOW QUARTERLY RENTALS, AND ARE FIXED FREE Within 40 Feet of Gas Meter, A LARGE SELECTION OF THE VARIOUS L SIZES IS ON VIEW, it AND INSPECTION IS INVITED. 1 GRILLERS, BOILING BURNERS, GAS WASHING BOILERS. WATER HEATERS, &c., ALSO ON VIEW. The Company undertake ENTIRE MAINTENANCE of INCANDESCENT BURNERS, At an Inclusive Charge of 9D. per Burner per Quarter. i NEW PATTERNS of INVERTED and other INCANDESCENT BURNERS can be seen and all particulars obtained at GAS CO.'S OFFICES AND SHOWROOMS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO I HXA MAJESTY FJJJT FO- HER THE ?????%?2?E3?'S?S & LATE MAJESTY K I N a VICTORIA. BOLLANDS. EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. I WEDDING CAKES, As supplied to H.M. THE KING. Hampers for Point to Point Races. ORDERS NOW BEING BOOKED. EASTER EGGS. EASTER NOVELTIES Bolland's Royal Almond Simnels and Bnry Simnels. In all Sizes. Bolland's Celebrated Boxes of Dainty Cakes 3/6, 7/ including postage. TURTLE SOUP, Made from fresh Turtle, thick or clear. RESTAURANT. CAFE & SMOKE ROOM. WINE, LIQUEURS, COFFEE. Wedding Receptions Catered for. HIRE OF PLATE, GLASS, CHINA WAITERS. ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED AND DESPATCHED by First Train or Post as required. Price List & Wine List free by Post on application. R. BOLLAND & SONS, LTD. Telephone: No. 87. Telegrams: Bolland's, Chater." PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE. EATON PARK and APPROACHES will be CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC from 6 a.m. on MONDAY, the 10th, to G a.m. on TUESDAY, the llth APRIL, 1905. EATON ESTATE OFFICE, ECCLEBTON. NORTHGATE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. REV. W. H. TOWERS. SUNDAY, 10-45; 6-30. BIBLE CLASS, 3 p.m. Address by MRS. TOWERS. PEPPER STREET METHODIST NEW CONNEXION CHURCH. ON TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 11TH, AT 7-30 P.M., REV. F. JEWELL WILL LECTURE ON "BILLY BRAY." CHAIRMAN: COUNCILLOR D. L. HEWITT. COLLECTION FOR CHURCH FUNDS. GROSVENOR PARK BAPTIST YjT CHURCH. SUNDAY, APRIL 16TH, 1905. AT 6-30 P.3t.- Preacher: REV. D. HUGHES. ANTHEM: "WHAT ARE THESE." AT 8 P.M.— The CHOIR, accompanied with BAND and ORGAN, will perform THE CRUCIFIXION" (STAINER). Soloists: MR. A. M. PROCTOR (Chester Cathedral), and Mr. G. H. PLANT. Silver Collection in aid of Organ Fund. ST. THOMAS' CHURCH, ASHTON-IN-M AKERFIELD. DEDICATION OF THE RECON- STRUCTED ORGAN, WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 12TH, 1905, AT 7-30 P.M. Sermon by the Ven. Archdeacon Madden. ORGAN RECITAL by S. P. COOK, ESQ, Organist of St. Catherine's, Wigan. The Organ has been rebuilt and enlarged by Mr. Chas. H. Whiteley, builder of the Cathedral organ at Chester. FLINTSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. I PUBLIC NOTICE. TAKE NOTICE that the VICTORIA BRIDGE, TQUEEN'S FERRY, in the County of Flint, will be CLOSED against VEHICULAR TRAFFIC between the 10th and 15th of April, both inclusive, in consequence of necessary repairs to the said Bridge having to be executed in the interests and for the safety of the Public. During the above-mentioned dlltes Pedestrians and Bicyclists will be permitted to cross the Bridge. By order. RICHARD BROMLEY, Clerk of the Flintshire County Council. County Offices, Mold, 31st March, 1905. Re ANN HOWE BOLTON, DECEASED. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd Vic., cap. 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees." NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all Creditors and other persons having any CLAIMS or DEMANDS against the Estate of ANN HOWE BOLTON, late of Summer Bank, Delamere, near Northwich, in the County of Chester, Widow, deceased (who died on the 30th day of November, 1904, and whose Will was proved in the Chester District Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice on the 19th day of January, 1905, by James Griffiths, of Delamere, near Northwich. in the County of Chester, Schoolmaster, one of the executors therein named), are hereby required to send the particulars, in writing, of their claims to us the undersigned the Solicitors for the said Executor on or before the 1st day of June next, after which date the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto. having regard only to the claims of which he shall then have had notice; and he will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed to any person of whose claims or demands he shall not then have had notice. Dated this 25th day of March, 1905. WILLIAM HENRY CHURTON & SON, Eastgate Buildings, Chester, Solicitors for the Executor. HEWITT'S FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. I RACE GLASSES ￼ ? AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. A good selection of FIELD and MARINE GLASSES kept in stock, including all the leading makers-Zress, Goertz, Ross, Aitchison's, etc., etc. Eyesight accurately tested and all information given, whether Glasses are ordered or not. H. C. HOUGHTON, B.O.A., EYESIGHT AND SPECTACLE SPECIALIST, LATE MANAGER FOR WOOD, ABRAHAMS, Liverpool and Manchester, 23, EASTGATE ST., CHESTER. Tel. 21Y3. REPAIRS done cheaply and promptly. PUBLIC NOTICES. WINNING NUMBER for Brown TV MARE, Fairy Lamp," 162. _2698_ HOOLE CRICKET CLUB DRAW JLL POSTPONED until APRIL 26. Results, April 29. Will bookholders please'return unsold tickets, &c. CHURCH OF ENGLAND ZENANA MISSIONARY SOCIETY, CHESTER ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL MEETING —— WILL BE HELD IN THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEWGATE ST., ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 12TH, 1905, AT THREE O'CLOCK. F. S. BISHOP, ESQ., will preside. MISS VALPY, MISSIONARY AT CALCUTTA, will speak of the work in India. The VEN. ARCHDEACON GORE and other Clergy will be present. There will be Books and Flowers for Sale in the Hall, also work done by Indian Widows. EDUCATIONAL. CITY & COUNTY BOROUGH OF CHESTER. EDUCATION COMMITTEE. UNCERTIFICATED & SUPPLEMENTARY TEACHERS. Classes will Re-open on MONDAY. May 1st, at the College School and St. Paul's School. Boughton. Fee: Uncertificated Teachers, zCl. 6s. Sd. per Term; Supplementary Teachers, 21 per Term. Three Terms a year. Pupils admitted both from City and County Areas. Information to be obtained from the ¡' Superintendent Masters of the Centres, and from A. E. LOVELL, i Director of Education. I Education Offices, 92, Northgate-street, I Chester, 6th April, 1905. I THE ELMS. FLOOKERSBROOK, JL CHESTER. Preparatory and finishing SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Sucoessful in Cambridge Local Exams., including Women's Higher; also in all Music Exams. Boarders and Day Pupils. Tennis, etc. Lady B.A., certif. English and Foreign Mistresses resident. Best Masters attend. Pupils receive individual care and comfort.—For prospectus, &c., apply MISS NEVILLE. MR. BRUNO, Teacher oft Banjo, Guitar, i Mandoline, Mandola; also Violin and Viola for orchestral playing.—Studio, 7, Eastgate Walls, I Chester. Terms: Ten lessons from 10s. 6d. Home lessons by arrangement. 2647 SHIPPING. CANADA, ETC.—ALLAN LINE fast C Steamers. Guaranteed lucrative openings for Emigrants. District Agency: 26, Watergate-street, Chester. Bookings to Canada by the Dominion Lme, the C.P.R. and all Atlantic Lines. N.B.: Agriculturists Wanted by Canadian Government. Booking OfEce for Tourists and others to all parts of the .?ld. Cheap Easter Tours. Fares and particulars free. CANADA-FREE GRANTS OF LAND. The ALLAN LINE being under contract with the Government of Canada for conveyance of mails, anyone writing to the Company at 19, James- street, Liverpool, or 103, Leadenhall-street, London, will obtain revised handbook, maps, and latest general information free of cost. I JAPAN IN CHESTER. I THE PROPRIETORS OF JJORLICK'S MALTED MILK INVITE RESIDENTS AND VISITORS TO SEE THEIR UNIQUE COLLECTION OF JAPANESE EXHIBITS RECENTLY BROUGHT OVER DIRECT FROM TOKIO BY A CORRESPONDENT. ON VIEW DAILY FROM 11 A.M. TILL 10 P.M., AT 4, CITY ROAD. ADMISSION FREE. — THE UNITED LEGAL INDEMNITY IN? TSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. HeadOiice: 222-225, Strand, London, W.C. Capital £ 100,000. Fully subscribed £ 35,000. Departments of Insurance. Personal Accident. Third Party (Drivers' I Burglary, Housebreaking, Accidents), and Larceny, I Fidelity Guarantee ) Workmen's Compensation, I Motor Car, &c., &c. For all particulars apply to MR. G. H. EVANS, Northgate Chambers, Cheater. 1776 £ 18 :18 0 A. W. BUTT'S "COUNTY" WATCH In Heavy 18 carat Gold. BEST ENGLISH KEYLESS LEVER, CHRONOMETER BALANCE, JEWELLED IN 10 HOLES, AND WITH ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. TIMEKEEPING GUARANTEED. HUNTING, HALF HUNTING. OR OPEN FACE CRYSTAL CASES. I £ 18 :18 0 Above make, LADY'S size, from £10. All sizes in Silver, C3. 5s. EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER' TELEPHONE No. 176. TELEGRAMS: BUTT, SILVERSMITH, CHESTER. J. T. M I L N F,, BRIDGE INN, TARVIN ROAD, CHESTER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. ALE & STOUT BOTTLER. BASS'S PALE ALE, I PINTS 2/- PER DOZEN. GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT, i PINTS 1/10 „ „ PINTS (SCREW STOPPERS). BASS'S PALE ALE 3/6 PBB DOZEN. GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT 3/3 „ BIRKENHEAD BREWERY CO'S DINNER ALE 2/6 „ FAMILY ALES, IN 6. 9 & 18 GALLON CASKS, FROM I, PER GALLON. NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM "VANITY FAIR." WE have made arrangements to keep in closer Vv touch with Vanity Fair-otherwise generally spelt Mayfair—by reproducing weekly the most interesting paragraphs and items from the paper of that name, including the Famous Cartoons by "SPY," with the Brilliant and Witty Descriptions by JEHU JUNIOR. "VANITY FAIR" commands the services of a coterie of very able writers, who have hitherto been extensively quoted in leading journals through- out the country. We have now secured the exclusive right of publication for this district, and commencing this week, we shall publish SPY'S CARTOONS OF MEN OF THE HOUR. JEHU JUNIOR'S ARTICLES ON MEN OF THE HOUR. TOPICAL NEWS AND GOSSIP. POLITICAL, SOCIAL. AND PERSONAL NEWS OF THE WEEK. HARD CASES. Our "VANITY FAIR" COLUMN is unique containing several features to be found in no other service. "SPY'S" Cartoons are unequalled for vigour and humour, while the Hard Cases have a peculiar fascination for all who love to unravel knotty problems. They will also create discussion in all places where people meet, round the domestic hearth, in the drawing-room, in the club, and in the train. RECOMMEND YOUR FRIENDS TO BUY THE CHESHIRE OBSERVER" THIS WEEK, WHEN WE BEGIN OUR NEWS AND GOSSIP FROM "VANITY FAIR." TEL. 84 & 84A. Proprietor: G. BARNES. CITY MEWS & CARRIAGE WORKS. ? 7 The above Firm are now in a position to cater for FUNERALS throughout in the moat modern style, having aug- mented their stock with Superior Rubber-tyred Funeral Cars, Rubber-tyred Broughams, and Black Belgian Horses also WEDDING CARRIAGES, Brakes. 'Buses, Char-a-Banca, Laundaus, Dog- carts, &c. COACH BUILDING in all its branches. MOTOR REPAIRS neatly and promptly exeeuted. NOTE THE ADDRESS CITY ROAD, CHESTER RICHARD JONES & CO. LTD. EASTER NOVELTIES. SAILOR HATS. SAILOR HATS. Knockabont Hats in Great Variety. ENGLISH AND FRENCH MODELS ON VIEW IN THE SHOWROOM. TWEED, SERGE & VOILE COSTUMES, FLANNEL & CREAM SERGE COSTUMES, CREAM SERGE SKIRTS & COATS. FIRST DISPLAY OF SUNSHADES. MERCERISED LAWN BLOUSES, IN ALL SHADES. SMART PRINT SHIRTS, FROM lllli TO 4/6. FANCY DELAINE & VOILE BLOUSES. Children's Costumes and Dresses, Plain and Fancy Materials. CHILDREN'S MILLINERY IN GREAT VARIETY. SPECIAL SHOWS EVERY DAY IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. RICHARD JONES & CO., LTD., EASTGATE STREET, CHESTER. W. C. WRIGHT, LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S HOSIER, GLOVER AND OUTFITTER. We are now SHOWING a Choice Selection of NEW GOODS FOR SPRING. 53, 55, BRIDGE STREET ROW. GARNETT & S0N, ￼ GARNETT ?_SON, ?S?. SEE OUR WINDOWS. NEXT WEEK ? CARPETS WE ARE SHOWING 5 CAIEZPETS. BRIDGE STREET ROW, CHESTER. W. T. WILLIAMS', 33, FOREGATE STREET. CHESTER, are fully prepared with a large and varied stock of the NEWEST STYLES QBTAINABLE FOR THE REASON. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S COSTUMES, JACKETS, DRESS SKIRTS IN VOILES, TWEEDS, CLOTHS, &c., UNDERSKIRTS. BLOUSES IN GREAT VARIETY. MILLINERY MILLINERY MILLINERY !—A Great Variety of READY TO-WEAR HATS. Also UNTRIMMED HATS in Endless Variety. THE CHOICEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. | 51,370 1>Jk RALEIGH I This is the Record of an X-frame Cycle, ridden by one of the Hardest Riders in Ireland. The total Repairs were Two Pedal Pins, and in December, 1904, THE MACHINE STILL RAN PERFECTLY. I THE No. 2 RALEIGH GAZELLE. Gent's- ?6 12 6 net cash (accessories free), I With free wheel two rim brakes, special saddle, non- or 13/3 Deposit, and Eleven rusting spokes, mshed with superfjn ename? and Payments of 13/3 MontMy. I bright parts heavily plated. (The machine is delivered after the Deposit is paid). VICTOR CYCLES, Gent's (Gold-lined 5/- extra) 6 0 0 net cash (accessories free) Ditto Lady's ditto 6 10 0 ditto No. 2 GAZELLE, Lady's (Lined, 5/- extra) 6 19 6 ditto I RALEIGH GAZELLE, Lady's or Gent's, Lined, 8 0 0 ditto STANDARD RALEIGH, ditto 10 0 0 ditto THREE-SPEED RALEIGH, ditto 12 0 0 ditto ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF CYCLES UP TO jB25, POST FREE. J. E. BRASSEY & SON, LTD. Agents,CHESTER "P-n THE "D" BOOT, 1016,J, H. DUNNING 88, BROOK STREET, CHESTER. J TELEPHONE 222. ESTABLISHED 1815. SPECTACLES ALL KINDS. EYGLA"SE'C'J FOR ALL SIGHTS, EYEG-LA,S ES AT ALL PRICES. Greatest care and attention in Suiting. FIELD & OPERA GLASSES, BAROMETERS, &C. J. D. SIDDALL, OPTICIAN TO THE INFIRMARY THE CROSS, 4, BRIDGE ST., CHESTER. UMBRELLAS & Walking Sticks. LANTERNS AND SLIDES ov SALE OR HIRE. OXGEK ALWAYS IN STOCK. REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. T. G. BUIlItELL, Union Hall Buildings, FOREGATE ST., CHESTER, NOTED FOR BABY OUTFITS FROM HEAD TO TOE. INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S NEW HATS AND BONNETS In Silks, Cashmere and Fancy Materials. Latest Pretty Styles. PELISSES In all the Prettiest and most Dainty Novelties, from 4/11 to 15/11. INFANTS' AND GIRLS' I WHITE MUSLIN PINAFORES, Magnificent Selection, from 4W. upwards, accor- ding to size and quality. INFANTS' WHITE MUSLIN ROBES, From 2s. lid. WIZ INVITE YOU TO COME AND INSPECT THE QUALITY AND PRICES OF OUR GOODS. T. G. BURRELL. S. PENNIE. MILLINERY. THE SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS being now well established, we have a large selection of SMART AND RELIABLE STYLES. The New Flower Toques at 10/6 each. 64, NORTHGATE STREET. J. OKELL & SONS Northgate St., Chester, ARE NOW SHOWING THE LATEST FASHIONS IN MILLINERY FOR EARLY SPRING & EASTER WEAR, At Very Special Prices. I CHARMING NEW TOQUES, In AZURE STRAW and TULLE, at 4 6 to 12,16. CHIFFON TOQUES, 7 11 to 21/- each. SMART "KNOCK ABOUT" HATS, FOR HARD WEAR, In NATURAL or BURNT STRAW, trimmed BLACK, BROWN, SKY-RESEDA, NAVY. etc. Prices from 2to 7 G. Fancy STRAW BONNETS, 12/6 to 21- NOVELTIES IN BLOUSES, LACES, OUTFITTING S. (JOPPACK & SONS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, THE BARS, 133, FOREGATE ST., UNION HALL BUILDINGS, & MARKET HALL. HIGH-CLASS English & Foreign Provisions. PRIZE DAIRIES OF CHESHIRE CHEESE. FINEST KIEL & IRISH CREAMERY BUTTERS. A Choice Selection of New Season's Fruit. TEAS AND COFFEES OF EXCEPTIONAL VALUE. TELEPHONE 211 & 211A. TTAIR COMBINGS ——- MADE Up, 2'- PER oz. COVERLETTE TAILS OF ) FROM HAIR FRAMES, PURE V From 8/6 each. HAIR, J 5/6 T. SEALES BROWN, 3. LEECE-ST. (CAB STATION), LIVERPOOL. FOR TH!.•: PKESENT SEASON. APPLETON'S iN-i Ili LINE-RYO NEWEST SHAPES, LATEST STYLES, GREAT. VARIETY. Appleton^ COATS, SKIKTS, COSTUMES. NEWEST MATERIALS, PERFECT FITTING, MODERATE PRICES. APPLETON'S BLOUSES and Blouse Materials In all the LATEST PRODUCTIONS for Spring and Summer Wear. AjPPLETON'S LACE COLLARS, STOLES, And LACE and SILK NECKWEAR of all Descriptions and Variety. APPLETOK'S UNDERSKIRTS. IN SILK, MOIRETTE. MOREEN, SATEEN, &c. In all the Newest Shapes and Colourings. APPLETON'S FOR THE LARGEST & MOST VARIED ASSORTMENT OP GLOVES, In all the Latest Styles. The New SILK and LACE MITT, for Summer Wear. Al'PLETOXS DRESSMAKING. PERFECTION OF FIT, combined with Excellence of Work and Economy in Price. A Speciality. APPLETON'S BRIDGE ST. ROW, CHESTER. JJOLAND DA WSON 54 & 56, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER, AND 1 & 2. WHITE HORSE YARD, PAWNBROKER, JEWELLER & CLOTHIER, DEALER IN FURNITURE, JEWELLERY, SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, PIANOS, FUBS, CARPETS, BASSINETTES, fee. Caeh Advanced to any amount on any of the above class of Goods L-¡3 3/-V Caserne solid Walnut C?^ER 3ft. 6in. wide, with extra, ￼ bevelled plate-glass back, with shelves, &c., turned pillars, cupboards and drawers, brass handles, locks, &c. Cheap. Ð17 ￼ chance. Splendid ?"all -? f ?1 ? ? t BEDROOM SUITE, made all through with solid satin walnut and maple; Dressing Chest, new design, with centre mirror and side mirrors; small Corner Cupboard w^th glass aoors, and four large drawers; with 5,?rd, with coloured marble slab and marble back, with two bevelled shaving mirrors, and towel rail, and chamber cupboard; 4ft. Wardrobe, with two fancy mirrors and Jong dressing-glass, hat drawer, &c. Beauti- fully carved and finished. Honestly worth ?21 .t 6 1 dl~ Second-hand. COTTAGE I"/ -PIANOFORTE; burr wal- nut case, panelled front, ivory keys, in good condition. Suitable for learner. 1I~ A YARD—Any length cut. Roll of good quality tapestry STAIR CARPET. IaNI) 12'6 EWH-Quantity of erv fine <?/? AxmmsterRUGS; different patterns. Yery fine PIER-GLASS be?t British ???/ plate-glass, waJnut and gold frwe. n12-Second-hand. AMERICAN ORGAN, seven stops, knee swell, bevelled mirror in back. and shelves for ornaments, in splendid condition. A bargain. QO handsome Silver-plated SPIRIT KETTLE; lamp stand and all com- plete, antique design, best quality plate. 3 0 3/-A bargain. 4ft. solid mahogany O/ DINNER WAGON, three-tier, on strong solid brass castors. Good condition. -Second-hand. Saddlebag c5f8;. SUITE, in solid birch frames; comprising couch, pair of easies and four small chairs, upholstered in velvet saddlebags, and polibed walnut. SUver CIGARETTE CASE; I U hallmarked, neat pattern. -??L 4/-So1id Walnut SIDEBOARD, X4,o 4/ twisted pillars, large bevelled plate glass back, cupboard, and two drawers. Special design. Cheap. €??) /?—Very prettv. Lady's DRESS RING <-??/ U five opals, claw setting. .Qft/Stron?. cseful MAILCART, opbol- 3 48/6 stered m dark green front to drop or raise, twisted brass levers, hood, &c. Cheap. THE pArH—Very neat. Real BRONZE 12/6FIGURES, on wood, stands 12in. high, beautifully modelled. 7/6 TOILFT^2FPERTT. Handpainted 7/6TOILET SETS, all perfect. oXW41 JLQ "I Q /—Has cost ?20. Gent.'s o?JL?* X18ct. GOLD HUNTING WATCH very fine three-quarter plate, chronometer movement, compensation balance, fully jewelled, keyless, and very heavy; English hall-marked cases, written warranty for 25 years. By well-known London maker. ??/< /—Just forfeited, by special <??-f* JL?/ contract. Gent.'s very heavy graduated CURB ALBERT: Govern- ment stamped every link, bar and swivel, 9ct. gold. Strong and serviceable. jO K K/—Gent.'s second-hand Free- ?<3* ?-? wheel CYCLE; Bowden brake, Dunlop tyres, in new condition, good maker. WE TAKE WEEKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE, TOWN OR COUNTRY. i.ooo RATS~^TLI7RDT~ RODTNE RAT POISON E?LLS ON THE SPOT. RLeaves no 8well Mr. G R 13sowq wht?e .i? Rodine had excellent results. It killed Thoasaiad. o Eats." Dogs and Cats don't eat it. RATS LIKE IT, FAT fl & dir. PKICE—6d., Is., 2=.. 3a., o^ Po i H"-i.n. Chenoirt, Pert AGENTS—Cheers & Hopley, Ch V-V C'juetet. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO BUY CHEAP LONGCLOTHS. OVER 350 DOZENS TO CLEAR. A MANUFACTURER'S OVERSTOCKED LOTS OFFERED UNTIL SOLD. PURE, SOFT, CLEAN, AND GOOD-WEARING LONGCLOTHS, I No. 1. 30 inches Wide. Usual price, 4/6. To be cleared at 2/11* DOZEN. I No. 2. I 1 36 inches Wide. Usual price, 5/9. To be cleared at 3/9 DOZEN. I No. 3. 36 inches Wide. Usual price. 5/11. To be cleared at I 4/3 DOZEN. No. 4. 36 inches Wide. Usual price, 6/9. To be cleared at, 4/9 DOZEN. I A t DENSONS, Household Linen Department, Korthgate Row. Chester. ASTOFS-SALE BY AUCTION EVERT TUESDAY 1.30-ASTON'S CITY AUCTION ROOMS, 14, WATERGATE STREET, CHESTER. GOODS RECEIVED ANY DAY FOR FOLLOWING TUESDAY'S SALE.