SYPHONS GYPHONS SODA WATER & POTASH, 4/6 Doz. I OTHER KINDS, 5/6 Doz. QUALITY OF WATER AND INGREDIENTS THE BEST. Any quantity delivered promptly. PEARSON & BARTON, LTD., CASH CHEMISTS, BROOK STREET, CHESTER.
ESTABLISHED 1813. THOS. WELSBY & CO. I WINE MERCHANTS, I BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. PLEASANT LIGHT WINES FOR SUMMER USE I FROM YIEY MODERATE PRICKS. STILL — CLARET, HOCK, MOSELLE, SPARKLINGSAUTERNE, &c. CHAMPAGNE, SAUMUR, HOCK, &c. CIDER & ÆRATED WATERS. AGENTS FOR BASS & COo'S ALES. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION.
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. WEDNESDAY NEXT, JULY 24TH, 1.30 p.m. until 10 o'clock. Mickle Trafford and District GRAND FETE (Including the Parishes of Mickle Trafford, Bridge Trafford, Picton, and Hoole Village), ON THE GROUNDS OF THE PRESIDENT (A. D. CHAMBRES, ESQ., Trafford Lodge). HORSE & PONY JUMPING COMPETITIONS. HORSE AND PONY TURNOUTS. BICYCLE RACES, PIG RACES, TUG-OF-WAR, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S RACES of various descriptions. SHOOTING COMPETITIONS. HOBBY HORSES, SWINGS, &c., &c. DANCING ON THE LAWN (GROUNDS ILLUMINATED). THE BAND OF THE 22ND REGIMENT By kind permission of Col. Ommanhey, Commanding Officer. Admission to Grounds, 6d.; Lawn for Dancing, 6d.; Cyole Storage, 2d. All the above events are confined to residents of the above-named Parishes. Mr. G. Barnes, City-road Livery Stables, will run during the day, WAGONETTES, commencing at One o'clock, from the MARKET-SQUARE. Fares 3d. each way. Refreshments, &a., Tickets Is. each. For further particulars apply to the Hon. Secre- tary, MR. T. PAYNE, The Manor, Mickle Trafford. G- REAT SAUGHALL CRICKET CLUB SPORTS WILL BE HELD ON BANK HOLIDAY, MONDAY AUG. 5TH, 1901 UPWARDS OF S,30 IN PRIZES. Prizes full value advertised. OPEN EVENTS, ONE AND Two MILES. BICYCLE RACE HANDICAP. 120 AND 220 FLAT RACE HANDICAPS. Prizes for each Race value 40/ 20/ and 10/ J Entrance fee for each Race 1/ Entries close July Slet (morning post). Entrance to Field, 9d. All Tickets purchased ore August 3rd, 6d. each. I Ground to Let for Hobby Horses & Swing Boats. p For further particulars apply H. SHEPHERD, Poplar Villa, Saughall. FRODSHAM ATHLETIC CLUB. THE THIRD (iRAND ANNUAL SPORTS WILL BE HELD ON THE ATHLETIC GROUNDS, FRODSHAM, I ON BANK HOLIDAY, AUGUST 5TH, 1901. Prizes to the value of JE30 will be awarded for the Six principal events. Mr. J. GREATOREX, Steam Hobby Horse Pro- prietor, will have a grand combination of Crowing Cocks, Ostriches, Fighting Generals, Galloping Horses, Aerial Car Swings, Side Shows, and the Latest Popular Organ Music. ADMISSION 6d. Stands extra. Refreshments at a moderate charge. Storage for Cycles. Proceedings will commence at 1.30 p.m. Application for Entry Forms for Sports to be made to the Hon. Secretary, WILLIAM E. SHORE, Frodsham Bridge. ROCK OF AGES LODGE. G.U.O. ODDFELLOWS, GWERSYLLT. THE 13TH ANNUAL FETE AND SPORTS WILL BE HELD IN GWERSYLLT PARK, NEAR WREXHAM, ON BANK HOLIDAY, AUG. 5, 1901. Foot and Bicycle RACES. PRIZES upwards of £20. DANCING-Royal Buckley Band has been engaged. Gates open at 2.30 p.m. Prospectus and Entry Form can be had from the Secretary, THOS. H. ELLIS, Castle Cottage, Abermorddu, Wrexham. THE ASHTON & MANLEY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. -t M WILL HOLD THE SEVENTH ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 31ST, 1901 (By kind permission of F. W. Hayes, Esq.), IN ASHTON HAYES PARK. GATES OPEN 1.3J P.M. OVER & WINSFORD SILVER BAND WILL PLAY FOR DANCING. HALL GARDENS OPEN TILL 5 P.M. Admission, 1.30 to 4.30, Is.; afterwards, 6d. REFRESHMENTS ON GROUND. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, EXCURSIONS will leave CHESTER -EJ STATION as under:- EVERY MONDAY, to GUERNSEY and JERSEY for 15 days or less. EVERY THURSDAY, to READING and LONDON for 8 or 15 days. EVERY FRIDAY, to Bath, BRISTOL, Weston- Super-Mare, Taunton, Minehead (for Lynton and Lynmouth), Barnstaple, ILFRACOMBE, Tiverton, &c., for 7 or 14 days and to EXETER, Dawlish, Teignmouth, TORQUAY, Dartmouth, PLY- MOUTH, Launceston, Bodmin, Newquay, FALMOUTH, St. Ives, PENZANCE, &c., tor 6 or 13 days; to TROWBRIDGE, Yeovil, Dorchester, and WEYMOUTH (for GUERNSEY and JERSEY) for 8 or 15 days and to Winchester, Gosport, BOURNEMOUTH, Portsmouth, SOUTH- AMPTON, Cowes, Ryde, &c., for 4, 8, 11 or 15 days. To BRIGHTON, Hastings, Eastbourne, Dover, RAMSGATE, Margate, Folkestone, &c., for 8 or 15 days. Tickets, bills, pamphlets, and Lodging Lists can be obtained at the Stations. J. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. THE CHESTER UNITED GAS COMPANY. Attention is drawn to the advantages of GAS COOKERS. By their means Economy can be effected in three directions. SAVING IN FUEL. Gas used when required and not wasted, is cheaper than Coal for Cooking. LESS LOSS IN COOKING. There is considerable loss of weight in the pro- cess of Cooking, particularly in the case of all Butchers' Meat, but this loss is much less when a Gas Cooker is used than with a Coal Range. NO DIRT OR DUST. Great Economy is effected with a Gas Cooker on account of the entire absence of all ashes and dust. A GAS COOKER is ready for use one minute after lighting up, and can be regulated any foment to give whatever heat may be required. COOKERS ON QUARTERLY RENTALS, FROM 1/- PER QUARTER. GAS GRILLS. Where a Gas Cooker is not available, a Breakfast Grill will be found invaluable for early breakfast. These Grills will cook Chop, Ham or Bacon, and boil kettle or pan at the same time. GAS COOKERS, GRILLERS, BOILING RINGS, WATER HEATERS, and other Apparatus, Can be seen, and all particulars obtained at the Company's SHOW ROOMS AND OFFICES, CUPPIN STREET. BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO A ffr Ik. H.R.H. HER MAJESTY MR THE PRINCE AND OF WALES. R. BOLLAND & SONS CONFECTIONERS, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. 1ST CLASS RESTAURANT. CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM. WINES AND SPIRITS. COFFEE. CIGARS. BOLLAND'S TURTLE SOUP (prepared from fresh Turtle). CALVES' FEET JELLY. Highly recommended for Invalids. LUNCHEO)T HAMPERS. WEDDING CAKES. As supplied to the Royal Family. All Sizes kept in stock. Illustrated Catalogues Gratis. Ball Suppers. Wedding Receptions. CYCLISTS CATERED FOR. Customers' Cycles Stored without charqe. TELEGRAMS: "BOLLANDS, CHESTER." TELEPHONE, 37. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. LOYAL ORDER OF ANCIENT SHEPHERDS, PRINCE ALBERT LODGE, HANDLEY. A NNTJAL FESTIYAL — On MONDAY, JULY 22ND, 1901. A PROCESSION will be formed and parade the Village, afterwards proceeding to Church for Service at One o'clock. The DINNER at 2.15 o'clock, in a large Waterproof Tent, opposite the Church. The IGHTFIELD BRASS BAND will play for DANCING, to commence after Dinner. SPORTS during the afternoon. ADMISSION TO GROUND, 1/ after 7 p.m., 6d. HELEN'S, TARPORLEY. GARDEN PARTY, WEDNESDAY NEXT, JULY 24TH, 1901. PROCESSION STARTS 1-30. ADMISSION TO GROUNDS up to 5 o'clock, Is.; after 5, 6d. BUNBURY FLORAL & HORTICULTURAL X) SHOW, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 14, 1901. In conjunction with the above Show the Cheese Committee will give the following Prizes; all classes open to the United Kingdom. Class I.-ThreeI Best Coloured Cheese. First Prize, X3; Second, L2; Third, Ll. Class 2.-Three Best Uncoloured Cheese. First Prize, £ 3; Second, X2; Third, jEl. The above classes open to Farmers whose holding is 50 acres and over. Class 3.—Three Cheese, Coloured or Uncoloured, for Farmers whose holding is under 50 acres. First Prize, E3; Second, X2; Third, Ll. Entrance 3s. in each class. The President of the Society, R. Brocklebank, Esq., J.P., of Haughton Hall, has kindly con- sented to give a Cup for the Best Three Cheese in the Show. Further particulars from GEORGE DUTTON, Peckforton Farm, near Tarporley, Hon. Secretary. CHESHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. President for the Year J. TOMKINSON, Esq., M.P. THE SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW In conjunction with that of the Chester Farmers' Club and the Chester Fanciers' Association, WILL BE HELD ON THE ROO.DEE, CHESTER, ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28TH, 1901. Upwards of £1,030 given in Prizes For Cheese, Butter, Horses, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, Farm Produce, Honey, Implements, Dogs, Poultry and Pigeons. COMPETITIONS IN JUMPING & TURNOUTS. ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 7TH, 1901. Prize Lists may be bad from the Secretary, T. A. BECKETT, St. Werburgh Chambers, Chester. Schedules of Prizes for Dogs, Poultry and Pigeons, can be bad on application to Mr. EDWARD ANDREWS. 6, N ewe-ate-street, Chester. NOTICE. A MOTOR CAR will run to EASTHAM L EVERY OTHER SUNDAY, starting at 2-30 p.m., from GOLDEN LION HOTEL, FORE- GATE STREET. 2 6 Return. Commencing SUNDAY, 14th July, 1901, until further notice. 371 T. WALKER, Proprietor. CHESHIRE L INES. jQIVERPOOL SUMMER RACES. On THURSDAY and FRIDAY, July 25th and 26th, 1901, CHEAP TICKETS will be issued to AINTREE. Fares to Aintree and From back. First Third CHESTER (Northgate) 1 Class. Class. Winsford and Over ) Cuddington Hartford and Greenbank Northwich ) Lostock Gralam hi/ o It* Plumbley I II Knutsford Mobberley 1 Ashley ) Peel Causeway. I Altrincham J For times and full particulars see bills at the stations. DAVID MELDRUM, Manager. Central Station, Liverpool, July, 1901. QHESHIEE L I NE S. THE CAMBRIAN COAST. SUMMER SERVICE OF EXPRESS TRAINS between MANCHESTER, Altrincham, Knutsford, Northwich, Hartford, CHESTER (LIVERPOOL ROAD), and other stations to the Cambrian Coast (via Hawarden Bridge). First and Third Class Lavatory Carriages are attached to the THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS as under .— Times. Stations Week Days. a.m. Manchester (Central) dep. 10 5 Stockport (Tiviot Dale) 9 11 Altrincham and Bowdon 10 19 Peel Causeway 10 22 KNUTSFORD 10 32 Northwich 10 40 Hartford and Greenbank 10 47 Chester (Liverpool Road) 11 10 Wrexham (Ceutral) .arr. 11 50 p.m. Oswestry. 12 49 Welshpool 1 14 Newtown 1 37 Aberystwyth 3 20 Barmouth 3 40 For connections at intermediate stations, par- ticulars of return trains and cheap bookings for week-end, ten days, and two months, see bills at the stations. DAVID MELDRUM, Manager. Liverpool, July, 1901. THE NESTON & PARKGATE HYGIENIC LAUNDRY & CLEANING I COMPANY, LIMITED. LAUNDBYMEN, DYERS & FRENCH CLEANERS. SHIRTS AND COLLARS A SPECIALITY. Special Prices quoted for Hotels, Restaurants, and Institutions. All classes of DYEING & FRENCH CLEANING done on the most improved principles. GENT'S AND LADIES' CLOTHS A SPECIALITY. Our Vans Collect and "Deliver Free in Birkenhead and District, West Kirby add Hoylake, Hooton and Brom. borough, Little Sutton, and Chester and District. PRICE LISTS SENT ON APPLICATION. WORKS: NESTON, CHESHIRE. RECEIVING OFFICE Theatre Buildings, City Road, Chester. HEWITT'S FOR SCHOOL BOOTS. I THORPS BRANCH ESTABLISHMENT, 20, EASTGATE ROW, NOW OPEN WITH AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF LADIES' GOODS, SMART AND UP-TO-DATE. LATEST NOVELTIES AND BEST VALUE f AT THORP'S, CHESTER. APPLETON'S MIDSUMMER SALE OF MILLINERY, MANTLES, SILKS, DRESS GOODS, AND DRAPERY OF ALL DESCRIPTION, WILL COMMENCE ON MONDAY NEXT, JULY 22, AND CONTINUE THROUGH THE MONTH. ALL GOODS SPECIALLY REDUCED FOR THIS SALE. Remnants & Oddments of Stock at Extraordinary Low Prices. APPLETON'S, 31, BRIDGE STREET ROW. W. T. WILLIAMS, 33., FOREGATE-STREET, CHESTER. SALE! SALE!! SALE: II GENUINE BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED. MILllNERY, MANTLES, JACKETS, COSTUMES, DRESS SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, BLOUSES, BELTS, LACE "Ie SILK TIES, CORSETS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, SUNSHADES, & UMBRELLAS. « STOCK MUST BE CLEARED TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR NEW AUTUMN GOODS. SUMMER SALE. SUMMER SALE. GUEST & WARDLE, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER (OPPOSITE FRODSHAM-ST.), ARE NOW OFFERING THE WHOLE OF THEIR MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF DINING, DRAWING AND BEDROOM FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, FLOORCLOTHS, &c., At a Uniform Cash Reduction of 10 per cent. 2s. in the Pound. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. WE HAVE A SMALL QUANTITY OF REALLY GOOD SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, WHICH WE SHALL CLEAR OUT AT A VERY LOW PRICE. I CABINET FACTORY: QUEEN STREET. TELEPHONE 236. QUALITY IS THE TRUE TEST OF CHEAPNESS. FOR RELIABLE VALUE SEE THE LATEST MODEL I SWIFT, ARIEL-" RAGLAN CYCLES WITH ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. FREE WHEEL ROADSTER, with the New Morrow Combination Hub, from I tlo 10 0 Accessories of every description. Repairs by Experienced Workmen. THE SPORTS TRADING CO., LIMITED, 100A, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. RICHARD JONES' GREAT SUMMER SALE. SPECIAL LINES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, TO-DAY (SATURDAY) AND DURING THE WEEK. LADIES' OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT.—A Manufacturer's Stock of SAMPLE UNDERCLOTHING. DRAPERY DEPARTMENT.—A SALVAGE STOCK, damaged by water only, bought at a tremendous sacrifice. A SPECIAL PURCHASE of LACE COLLARS, FICHUS, CHIFFON SCARFS, ETC., at Half Price. LADIES' SILK BLOUSES, to Clear, 6/11, 10/11, and 12/11 worth I 18/11 to 35/- TRIMMED MILLINERY AT HALF-PRICE. SUNSHADES AT CLEARING PRICES. LADIES' COSTUMES, JACKETS, MANTLES, &c. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. RICHARD JONES, NEW PREMISES, EASTGATE STREET, CHESTER. ¡ HOYLAND'S READY MADE CLOTHING. 107, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. "WHAT DOTH THE LITTLE OIL BATH DO?" FITTED TO SUNBEAM CYCLES IT GIVES PERFECT TRANSMISSION OF POWER! DEMONSTRATED FREE BY I H. F. RUSHTON. CYCLE EXPERT, 114, KORTHGATE-STREET, CHESTER. J. E. BRASSEY & SON, LTD., 9, FOREGATE STREET, CHESTER. RALEIGH GAZELLE CYCLES for £ 10 nett cash DITTO, with Raleigh Patent Ball Bearing Friction- less Free Wheel, Plated Rims, and 2 Raleigh Bowden Patent Rim Brakes for &12 FIRST GRADE RALEIGH CYCLE for tl2 DITTO, with Raleigh Patent Ball Bearing Friction- less Free Wheel, Plated Rims, and 2 Raleigh Bowden Patent Rim Brakes, Dunlop or Reflex Clipper Tyres for £ 14 5/. SPECIAL ATTENTION IS DRAWN TO THE RALEIGH SYSTEM OF FREE WHEELS -THESE BEING ADMITTED BY BEST KNOWN EXPERTS TO BE THE MOST SATISFACTORY ON THE MARKET. Attention is also requested to Raleigh Patent Cross Frame Machines, which are extremely rigid and particularly suited for Ladies. ALLDAYS POPULAR CYCLE for Rg nett cash ALLDAYS MATCHLESS CYCLE &10 ALL COMPLETE WITH LUCAS'S ACCESSORIES. BEST PRICES ALLOWED FOR SECOND-HAND MACHINES IN EXCHANGE SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON GRADUAL PAYMENT SYSTEM. Cycles for Hire. Repairs and Enamelling done on premises. THOUSANDS ARE VISITING THIS SALE DAILY. DEN BOSS GREAT SUMMER SALE OF Drapery, Stationery, Boots & Shoes NOW PROCEEDING. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. 9, ,11, & 13, NORTHGATE ROW, CHESTER. J' V ￼ I TELEPHONE SEPST" TELEGRAMS No. 47. BAKERS, I BAKER & SONS, Bakers to His Grace the Duke of Westminster. FANCY BREAD & BISCUIT BAKERS HIGH-CLASS CATERERS & REFRESH- MENT CONTRACTORS, 48, BRIDGE-STREET, CHESTER. SPECIALITIES-SPICED BEEF, RAISED PIES. BOXES OF FANCY CAKES, FOR AFTEKNOON TEAS. CHOIR, SCHOOL & TENNIS PARTIES SUPPLIED ON SPECIAL TERMS. LUNCHEON & TEA HAMPERS for BOATING. ICES ARE NOW MADE FROM FRESH FRUIT. PLATE, CUTLERY, &c., ON HIRE. J. PRIDE & SONS HAVE NOW OPENED HIGH-CLASS LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S HAIRDRESSING SALOONS French Waving a Specialite. TAILS of PURE HAIR from 4/11. NATURAL CURL PINCURLS, from 16. FRINGES from 10/6. COMBINGS MADE UP ANY STYLE. ADDRESS— 10, ST. WERBURGH STREET. CLOSE TO CATHEDRAL. Telephone 339. HIS MAJESTY THE KING FAVOURED THE Rudge-Whitworth Company WITH AN ORDER FOR ONE OF THEIR MACHINES, which they executed and duly delivered in five days. For further particulars see Extract in "Daily Mail," June 25th, 1901. Rudge-Whft worth Specials, £ 15 15 0 (Fitted with Free Wheel and Two Rim Brakes.) Ditto Ditto Standards, £10 10 0 SOLE AGENT FOR CHESTER & DISTRICT— W. IAHER, 34, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. ROLAXD D AWSON, 46 & 48, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER, AND 1 & 2, WHITE HORSE YARD, PAWNBROKER, JEWELLER AND CLOTHIER, DEALER IN FURNITURE, JEWELLERY, SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS. PIANOS, FURS, CARPETS, BABSINETTES, &c. Cash Advanced to any amount on any of the above class of Goods. OO j f*—Beautifully nnisbed solid O??M ±U/l) Oak HATSTAND, heavy and massive looking quite new design, mirror back. 2! £ A YARD: 54 inches wide. Excellent ?/? quality CARPETS. //I*—In good condition. Second- hand SITTI?G ROOM SUITE, walnut frames; broche velvet cover- ing. A bargain. 1 O /i\—Lovely Skin HEARTHRUG, with 18/#i border large size. Worth double. ￼ I—Almost new. Good size solid <?? 10 :Mahoany DINNER WAGON, three-tier complete, on castors, &c. 7/6 A YARD: 4 yards wide. Finest quality LINOLEUM. ? ￼ K /—Splendidly-made BOOKCASE in X5 5 I mabogany, 7ft. 3in. by 4ft., with plate glass doors moveable shelves, drawers and cupboards beneath, canopy top. ￼ fitted Octagon WORK TABEE, inlaid top. ￼ ~| O I—Most comfortable EASY <??? JL?/U CHAIR, divan shape: covered all over in saddlebags. An exceptional bargain. -i Q /—Unredeemed. Half-dozen of DINNER lO/U and DESSERT KNIVES, ivory handles best Sheffield make, quite new. O A "1 ry —Out of pledge. Gent, s open <?fC? ?? Jb JL ? L? link CURB ALBERT, with beautifully chased Topaz Seal attached. 1 O //?—Lovely hand painted China TEA ID/ ? SERVICE 40 pieces. ￼ ￼ //I* AXD £ 2 18 6-Best make in <??? 0/? WRINGING MACHINES, brass capped sycamore rollers, turn down handles, top lever spring; strong frames. All guaranteed. /^—Serviceable small size CHEST OF -LO/ ? DRAWERS form dressing table. OIA "I K/—Grand SUITE, covered in X10 1 0 best quality saddlebags consists of pair of large easies (both with arms), four smaller chairs, and broad size couch; guaranteed walnut frames, double strength, spring seats. Really a bargain. O Case of best quality Silver plated ?CB/ O FISH EATERS 3 12/6-Well finished Walnut SIDE- BOARD, 3ft. 6in., with high bevelled mirror back; canopy top; well seasoned. Strong second-hand BASSINETTE, JL\?/ ? in good condition. OO I ?/—Out of pledge. Beautiful Dress c -C2 J-?/ Length of BLACK SILK, 15 yards wide width; perfect throughout. 18/6- small size CARPET, good =,withborder. .OO ~i O £ \—Excellent FEATHER BED, C?? I Lf with Bolster and Pillows; full size, pure linen ticks. Almost new, good feathers. QQ /?—Splendid 8-day hanging up CLOCK, ??/ ? striker inlaid case. A written warranty for 15 years given. <?1 ? "1 /—Well finished Mahogany ,Qlo lOw BEDROOM SUITE, with chairs complete; new design cornice, best bevelled plate glass all through, useful size. pi ?/?'i"??d Set of BEDSTEADS, ??-L 0 \-? with brass rail, extended foot rail; full size, extra streng sides. BIG STOCK OF SECOND-HAND THINGS JD always on hand. TELEPHONE XO. 141. EDGAR DUTTON & SONS, COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHERS AND COACH PROPRIETORS, J 30, FRODSHAM-STREET, CHESTER, are prepared to supply Funerals Cheaper than any other firm in the City, E. D. & Sons having purchased a Select Stock of BELGIAN HORSES, splendid Glass and Closed HEARSES, MOURNING COACHES, and BROUGHAMS. Private Broughams supplied for Infants' Funerals. E. D. ?SoBe take the ENTIRE MANAGE- MEN DT OF FUNERALS, in Town or Country, with due regard to Economy and Taste. Coffins made and delivered in Town or Country at a few hours' notice. All Coffins made on the Premises by Practical Workmen. [Infants' Funerals complete with a Pair-horse Coach from 16e.j Hearses, Broughams, & Wedding Equipages on Hire at Moderate Charges. The Trade supplied with every Requisite, j I PRIVATE ADDRESSES: I 12, UNION WALK, adjoining Stablee and I1 WELLFIELD HOUSE, NEWTON. HALF-YEARLY CLEARANCE SALE. W. E. LINDOP Begs to announce that his HALF-YEARLY CLEARANCE SALE WILL COMMENCE ON SATURDAY, JULY 13TH, 1901, And continue until the end of the Month, when he will offer the whole of the SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. GENUINE REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. MANTLES, JACKETS, WATERPROOF COATS. LADIES' SKIRTS AND BLOUSES. ENGLISH TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES SKIRTS, FRENCH AND ENGLISH DRESS FABRICS. MUSLINS, SATEENS. LAWNS. UNDERCLOTHING, SKIRTS. SUNSHADES, UMBRELLAS. HOSIERY, GLOVES, FLANNELS, BLANKETS SHEETINGS, &c. W. E. LINDOP, EASTGATE-ROW, CHESTER. MATE'S GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON AT 17, BRIDGE-ST. ROW, OF SUMMER GOODS, SOILED GOODS, TRAVELLERS SAMPLES, &c. INFANTS', ROBES, Hand-made, Slightly Soiled, Under Cost. All COTTON COATS, PELISSES, & SUN MILLINERY to be cleared regardless of cost. A FEW LADIES' SILK AND MUSLIN SKIRTS, MiUCH REDUCED. A QUANTITY OF TRAVELLERS' SAMPLE CORSETS, FROCKS, PINAFORES, APRONS, &c., HALF-PRICE. The above Goods are the most Stylish and Best Quality it is possible for money to buy. They will be offered at ridiculously low prices to clear. NOTE THE ADDRESS JOHN A. MATE, 17, BRIDGE-STREET ROW. HAIR C OLTF BINGS MAttE Up, 2 PER OZ. COVERLETTE I TAILS OF ￼ FROM HAIR FRAMES PURE t *ROM From 3 6 each. H A I R, 5/6 T. SEALES BROWN. 3, LEECE-ST. (CAR STATION), LIVERPOOL. WILLESDEN PAPER, 'V 8, 4, 2 & 1 PLY. WILLESDEN CANVAS, GREEN AND BEOWN. SCRIM SHADING FOR THE SEASON. WATERPROOF, ROTPROOF, DURABLE. WILLESDEN PAPER & CANVAS WORKS, LD. WILLESDEN JUNCTION, LONDON, N.W. T• H. B A X x S, FURNITURE REMOVER (ROAD OR BAIL) AND GENERAL CARTER. GRAVEL AND CEMENT MERCHANT. Dep6t for Hilton, Anderson, Brooks & Co't LONDON PORTLAND CEMENT (Ingram anc Clarke, Agents). Office: 5. ST. WERBUR-GH'S MOUNT. CHESTER. ASK FOR "ROMOLA," The Cream of Old Scotch T>Vhiskies. PROPRIETOR: GEORGE BARLOW, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, THE OLD VAULTS, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. Paperhangings! Paperhangings ROBERT WILLIAMS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PAPER- HANGINGS MERCHANT. ALL THE LATEST & NEWEST DESIGNS. The Largest Stock in the City. FROM 2D. PER PIECE. PAINTER, PAPERHANGER & DECORATOR. Estimates Free for all Town & Country Work. Note the Prices of Papers in the Windows & Address. 73, BROOK STREET, CHESTER. EADE'S PILLS. E A.DE'S JpiIiLS. E ADE'S pILLS. JgADE'S PILLS. E ADE'S PILLS. E ADE'S pILLS. All who suffer from Gout or Kbeumatibm should immediately have recourse to EADE'S PILLS. HUD- dreds of Testimonials have been received from all sorts and conditions of men testifying to the won- derful power these Pills have in irivine relief in the very worst cases. These Pills a- r'o purely vegetable and perfectly we 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 given any patent medicine of its claae. QOUT EUM ATIS M GOUT EUMATISM GOUT EUMATISM G OUT RHEUMATISM GOUT HEUMATISM GOUT 16, Burton Crescent, Dewsbury-ruad, Leeds May 2nd, iasw. Dear Sir,—It is with un- bounded pleasure I send you a few lilies in praise ot your most excellent Pills. It is six years since 1 first had Rheu- niatic Gout, and I had three months in bed with it. Of course I haa the doctor, and he sweated me down almost to a skeleton. The next spring I had another attack, and wrs persuaded by a friend to try your Pills. I did so, and a in quite sure they prevented my being laid up again. I WOULD -NOT BE WITH- OUT TtfKM IF THiCY COiT O-NE POUND A BOTTLE. You are quite at liberty to make what use you il."e ol thitf and I shall be pleasec to "swe any poor sufferer who cares to wnte me (encioemg tumped address). i=iim^ youeverv success, yours truiv, EADE'S GOUT AD RHEUMATIC PILLS Are Sold by all Chemists, in Bottles, Is. lid. tud 2e.9d,; or sent post free for Postal Order by the Proprietor GEORGE EADE, 232, Gosw^Ln-aoAD, E.C. Ask tor and be sure you obtain iUJ>E'S GOUT ANY RHEUMATIC PILLS. EADE'S PILLS. ASTO :B E-DSTEADS, FULL SIZE, FKOM 14/6 ASTONs 12 & 14, WATERGATE ST. WOOL, BED, TWO PILLOWS & BOLSTER, 6/6. 12 & 14, WATERGATE ST.