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DALE'S PIANOS, 51 Bridge Street Row, I CHESTER. SEND FOR CATALOGUES,
The Leading Motor House FOR i REPAIRS & OVERHAULS I to either chassis or bodywork, to any make or type of car, carried oUt iil the most up-to-date and fully-equipped workshops hy a staff of over 50 skilled mechanics. The GROSVEHOR MOTOR Co.. Ltd. CHESTER. Head Office il, EASTGATE STREET, Work: 43. FOREGATE STREET. Garage and Private Lockups GROSVENOR STABLES. Bianch PARKES' GARAGE, RHYL. Ilel. 682. P.B.E. Telegrams, "Mechanics." Managing Director: OWEN F. SOUTHCOTT
J. PARKER JONES, Woud-e Wurnitfher ana 2ipholaerer, CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE CITY FOR ALL KINDS OF Furniture, Carpets, Floorcloths and Linoleums, Bedsteads and Bedding, Bassinettes, Gocarts, Wringing Machines, &c. -GOODS DELIVERED BY ROAD OR RAIL. ADDBESS— 121, FOREGATE ST., CHESTER. Important Announcement. 8. WALTON, ™E,<' CHESTER (For 16 years with BUTT & Co.) Begs to announce the OPENING of new and extensive Premises at 0 45, Eastgate Street, Chester, (opposite Grosvenor Hotel) with a Splendid Selection of the Newest and Best in Watches, Clocks. Jewellery, Silver & Electro-plated goods A Visit of Inspection cordially invited. ENGAGEMENT RINGS and WEDDING RINGS a speciality. Call and see our display— 45, EASTGATE STREET. — Specialities in all kinds of GLOVES for Ladies' & Gentlemen's wear. Deerskin and Reindeer Gloves, and Cape Gloves. Ladies' Shirt Blouses in Silk and other makes WH fnTnT M0S,EI* AND GLOVER, n. WUKLC II, 29, Eastgate St., CHESTER 20, ST. MICHAEL'S ROW, (The Arcade^, CHESTER. t Miss SHEPHERD .tlate Manageress of the Millinery and Mantle Departments, Chester Co-operative Society), IS NOW SHOWING THE LATEST STYLES IN Miliinery, Blouses, Costumes, Raincoats. CHOICE SELECTION OF Ready-to-wear Mourning. !>■ WASPIDE For Destroying Wasps' Nests. Easy. Safe. Rapid. Never known to Fail. Kills Wasps by the Peck. Save your Fruit and Cattle. Springfield Gardens, Bucks., September 12th, 1907. .Dear Sir, Please send some more Waspide." I would never have believed the result if I had not seen 3t. There was a heap of dead wasps outside the nest as large as an ordinary hat. I had poured the liquid into the hole and the fumes killed them as fast as they came home. Yours truly, H. SMITH. 1/ 2/6, and 4 6 Bottles. Heduced Price per Gallon. 1/- size is sufficient for four or five nests. "When ordering by post a properly signed letter should be sent, staling what it is required for, as the Poison Laws must be complied with. 'Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer R. W. DUNN, M.P.S., Dispensing & Photographic Chemist, 59, Bridge Street, CHESTER. "Phone 493. -JJ iERIINOTGN JONES (Successor to Messrs. Williamson & Co. Electrical & Mechanical Engineer, Merchant & Contractor, 138, Northgate St., CHESTER. Tel. 455, Chester. J. HYWEL JONES 51, HIGH STREET, (opposite Nat. Prov. Bank), HOLYWELL. Most up-to-date and reliable tor Jewellery, Clocks, and Wedding Presents. REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. ++++++++++++++++++++++ + + | When 1 I Replying: I + + + t To I ♦ ❖ + $Advertisers, t t I Please § + I Mention + ❖ + + 44 + The 0+4 + + + | FLINTSHIRE | + + | OBSERVER T $AND | | NEWS." ? ❖ >?♦ l++++++++++++++++++++ John Pritchard, 45, Foregate Street, CHESTER. (Established 1863) Ladies' & Gentlemen's Tailor. Ladies' Costumes a Speciality. = I Artificial Teeth. DON'T FORGET Mr. A. E. COL TON STILL ATTENDS AT 94, High St., Mold, Every WEDNESDAY. Head Office: 294, Upper Parliament Street, Liverpool. HOLYWELL COUNTY SCHOOL. Chairman of Governors: P. HARDING ROBERTS, Esq. ————— Vice-Chairman: Mrs. JOHNSON JONES. Headmaster: J. MORGAN EDWARDS, M.A. Teaching Staff: J. MORGAN EDWARDS, M.A. (Oxon). J. T. MORGAN, B.Sc., M.P.S. (London), Trained Certificated Master: R. J. OWEN, B.A. (Wales), Exhibitioner and Prizeman of University College of North Wales. Commercial Master: HUGH OWEN, M.A., (Liverpool). Business Methods, Book-keeping. Shorthand, Typewriting, Economics, Etc. Trained Certificated Master. University Exhibitioner in Celtic. Miss GRACE COOKE, M.A. (London), Honours in French and English. Miss BERTHA SILKSTONE, B.A. (Wales), First-class Honours in English Language and Literature. Cookery and Laundry: Miss ETHEL M. DAVIES. Miss AMY RICHARDS, B.A. (Wales), Certificated Teacher of Cookery, Laundry, Housewifery. Manual Training-Woodwork: H. A. JONES. Institute. Fees £2 per term, payable in advance. For Prospectus, List of Successes, etc., apply to the HEADMASTER, or to J. KERFOOT ROBERTS, Clerk to the Governors. W. H. HALLMARK COMPLETE Funeral Furnisher AND Carriage Proprietor, Milton Street, CHESTER COFFINS DELIVERED IN CITY OR COUNTRY. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. Orders by Post, Telephone 89, or Telegrams will have instant attention, night or day. Personal supervision. EXTREMELY MODERATE CH lRGES. Guaranteed Painless Dentistry. HEALTH and GOOD DIGESTION RESTORED BY PERFECT FITTING TEETH. FITTED BY C. H. DAVIES, DENTAL SURGERY, 78, Chester Rd., BUCKLEY. Badly-fitting Teeth Remodelled on new setting REPAIRS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Attendance: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Branches at Denbigh, Corwen & Oswestry, Sales by Auction. 1 AUCTIONEER, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, J. BRADBURNE PRICE I The CROSS, MOLD. I Official Arbitrator to the Board of Agricul- ture under the Agricultural Holdings Acts. Sales of Farming Stock, Property, ilni Furniture, conducted in English and Welsh. Full Cash Settlements with Vendors I close of Sale. I Valuations made for Probate, Transfer and an other purposes. Distance no object. All I Classes of Insurance effected. Mortgages arranged. Proprietor of the MOLD AUCTION MART, The Largest and Best Weekly Lire Stock Market in North Wales. I Tel. 5x Mold. I FAT STOCK OF ALL CLASSES WILL BE WANTED at the MOLD AUCTION MART, On WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 10-30. J. BRADBURNE PRICE Will SELL by AUCTION ALL CLASSES of FAT & STORE STOCI. PRICES REALISED LAST SALE:-Fat Cattle to £28 10s.; Dairy Cows, £ 30; Heifers, CIS 10s.; Sheep, 60s.; Lambs, 53s.; Pigs to Y-10 4s.; Calves, 57s. THURSDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER, at 3 o'clock. RHUDDLAN. IMPORTANT SALE OF THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD FULLY-LICENSED PROPERTY, known as THE MARINER'S ARMS, RHUDDLAN, with the CYCLE SHOP ADJOINING, occupied by Mr. S. Crowther; aIM A BLOCK OF SEVEN COTTAGES, Nos. 1 to 7, CHURCH STREET, the whole forming a Valuable Corner Block. Lot 2. THE FREEHOLD SHOP & DWELLING- HOUSE, known as THE OLD POST OFFICE STORES, RHUDDLAN, Occupied by Mr. R. A. Griffiths, Grocer, &e. Note.—The above desirable Property will be first offered in one I>~»t, and if not so sold then as lotted or to. suit purchasers. FRANK LLOYD &SONS Will offer the above for SALE by AUCTION in the READING & RECREATION ROOM, RHUDDLAN, on THURSDAY, 23rd SEP- TEMBER, 1915, at 3 o'clock prompt. Further particulars from the Auctioneers, Wrexham or Abergele; R. E. Birch, Esq.. F.S.I., St Asaph or the Solicitors, MESSRS. MAY, HOW & CHILSER, 49, Lincolns Inn Fields, London, W.C. G. H. CRAWFORD, 49, Bridge Street Row, CHESTER. Has always a Large Stock -of' Antique Furniture Old China, Sheffield Plate, Old Cut Glass, Old Brasswork for Customers to choose from. Gallery of Oilpaintings, Water Colours and Engravings. We are anxious to buy any similar articles to above, & give good Prices F. W. KNOWLES. (Late STONELY BROS.,) THE PRACTICAL HATTER, 20, Eastgate Street, CHESTER. Every Hat Fitted PERFECTLY to the Head by PRACTICAL PROCESS. SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS permanently RE- MOVED by Electrolysis Massage, etc. Attendance daily; Hours 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mondays excepted.—Madame Loraine, Cath- edral Buildings, St. Werburgh St., Chester. ELLIS'S PIANO BARGAINS. HADE IN ENGLAND BY BRITISH WORKMEN. ELL IS.- A Walnut PIANO- FORTE, 7 octaves £ 15 Nett Cash, ivory keys, pane o front, brass sconces, OF o/-per pillar trusses a fine ■mrmfli toned Pianoforte, in HlOHUl. perfect Condition. ELL I S.- A Walnut upright Iron Grand PIANO- £ 21 Nett Cash, FORTE, all latest irt/o improvements; Or lUyO pel? slightly shop soiled month. only; usual price 32 Guineas. E L L I S.- A Walnut upright .oor7 r» i_ *ron Grand PIANO. X»Z7 Cash. All latest improve- or 10/6 Per ments. Has not been or 10/6 per in use at all; origin. month. al price 36 Guineas. A rare bargain. CO L LA R D.- A Rosewood upright r»o/l w un 1. lron Grand PIANO- £ 30 Nett Cash, FORTE, by these renownetj BRITISH or 15/- per makers; all over month. iron frllle, 7 oc- taves, ivory keys, underdamp check action. Tone, touch and appearance as new. A rare bargain. Every Instrument Guaranteed for 25 years. Send for Lists of other Bargains. HERBERT ELLIS, "Cestrian" Piano Depot, 71, Foregate Street. CHESTER, W. E. L1NDOP AND SON. SPECIAL VALUE IN SHOWERPROOF COATS, 16/11, 21/ 25/6, 27/6, 29/6, NEW SHAPES. Tailor-made COSTUMES 21/ 25/6, 29/6, 33/ 39/6. BLACK AND COLOURED. INSPECTION INVITED. W. E. LINDOP AND SON, Eastgate Row, CHESTER. J ——— Coloured ——— UMBRELLAS and SUNSHADES AL L THE LATEST PATTERNS We give Special Attention to RECOVERING and REPAIRS, which are done on the premises, in one day. SIDDALLV" CHESTER. Established 1815. Tel. 222- THOMAS BRUNTON, (Late A. EARL), Ladies' & Gents' Tailor & Breeches Maker Cross Street, HOLYWELL, TNVITES INSPECTION OF HIS SUMMER GOODS. Workmen kept on the Premises. LATEST FASHIONS IN } Summer Coats, Straw Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Shirts, Collars and Ties. Large and Varied Stock OF GENTS' Ready-made Suits; BOYS, Cross Street, HOLYWELL. I 0. E. LOGAN ¡ Licensed Horse Slaughterer I and Manure Manufacturer, CHESTER, Sole agent for this District- Chas. Ellis, 33, Mount St., Flint All horses killed with R.S.P.C.A. Humane Killer. Orders promptly attended to. Tel. Chester 576. ,4 Malpas 7. CARNEY, Clothier, Boot Factor, & Complete Ifouse Furnisher, High Street, HOLYWELL. j j Famous Welsh Fabrics (As supplied to Royalty, the Titled Nobility and Gentry.) The PANDY FLANNEL MILLS CAERWYS (Flintshire). National Eisteddfod First Prize dinners. Ideal Tweeds for Shooting, Fishing, an -a b C!> Sporting Costumes. "Worn Throughout the World." in Buy your Flannels and Yarns from the Mills. Now the Knitting Sea.son is fast approach- ing, and our dear Soldiers and Sailors re- quire warmer clothing, BE PATRIOTIC & ECONOMISE by buying your Yarns and Flannel from an Old British Firm. The PANDY FLANNEL MILLS, CAERWYS. Established 1780. Attends Mold Market Hall on Wednesday. Isaac Williams & Sons Registered Plumbers, Glaziers & Gasfittcrs, Cuppin Street, CHESTER. -/■ li Plumbers' Brasswork of all descriptions. Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, &c. Patent Water Closets, Lavatories, Baths, &c. Glass of all qualities and Patterns kept in stock Telephone No. 295 FORM FOR PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. This form should be filled in and sent to the Observer and News Office, Mold. The latest time for receiving advertisements is Wednesday morning (first post). (For Scale of Charges see page 4). 5 I I 1- ™ 15 20 32501 Please insert the above Advertisement times, for which I enclose remittance value X Name Address.