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"POPULAR" nniawm nt THE LATE REFORM BILL.

"POPULAR" nniawm nt THE LATE REFORM BILL.

"POPULAR" THE LATE REFORM BILL. OW Wednesday evening • of Reform was made in Tratelg•r-pears, etonviesed by the Holborn and Clerke•well Branches of the Reform Lampe. At eight °Week fully 1,000 people had aseembled, filling the large square in which the fountain' are situate, whil
04 July 1866 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
£250,000 HAVE BEEN PAID AS COMPENSATION

£250,000 HAVE BEEN PAID AS COMPENSATION

ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS, TIM RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY. Invested Capital and Reserve Fond, 250,000. Annual Income, .035,000. An Anneal Payment of £3 to £6 ss. secures XlOOO in cam of Death, or X 6 per week while laid up by injury. For particulate apply to the Local Ag
04 July 1866 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CAUTION.

CAUTION.

The Public ere hereby cautioned attains' " substitutes, and to observe the red NW, pint: label, and cork-branded "KINAHAN'S L. L. WHISKY." Agent at Cheater, JOHN PEACOCK, Wateriasret. MERSEY DOCK ESTATE. LOANS OF MONEY. rrHE Mersey Deets and Harken , Board hereby dim Notice that
04 July 1866 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
THE HIMALAYA TEA E.I

THE HIMALAYA TEA E.I

CARSONS' PAINT, The British Government,s7s oo ofthe !Cobility &Gentry The Indian Government, Railway & Canal Companies, The ColonialGovemment Collieries, Iron Masten, M., Tot a:11 kb& OUT-DOOR WORK, And is proved, after • taut of 7 0 years, to is say other Paint. CARSONS' PAINT
04 July 1866 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
To the Editor of MA Chow Coerast..

To the Editor of MA Chow Coerast..

To the Editor of Chow Coerast.. Site,—Allow me to suggest to the lawyers' clerks who are now endeavouring to obtain a Saturday half holiday the abvisability of their fixing at once upon some definite course of action. I would also suggest that they sign a requisition to the Mayor
04 July 1866 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ROYAL MANCHESTER, LIVERPOOL, & NORTH LANCASHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. McHA TTIE, SEED AND IMPLEMENT MERCHANTS, CHESTER. STAND No. 90, AT WHICH

ROYAL MANCHESTER, LIVERPOOL, & NORTH LANCASHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. McHA TTIE, SEED AND IMPLEMENT MERCHANTS, CHESTER. STAND No. 90, AT WHICH

WE SHALL HAVE A LARGE COLLECTION OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c., AN INSPECTION OF WHICH IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
01 September 1886 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CLAIM B.

CLAIM B.

Broad beans: Rey W. I. wise. French beans 1, R. Blades, Green Bank (for Mr C. Michell); 2, Mr T. V. Boyle. Scarlet runners: 1 , Mr N. Harrison, Higb2eld House. Cabbage (white): Rev %V. T. tiles. Cauliflowers: 1. Mr It. Blades; 2, Rev W. T. Giles. Celery: 1, Mr N. Harrison; 2, Mr
01 September 1886 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
COITAGERS' CLASS.

COITAGERS' CLASS.

Faurr.—Aprios 1, Yn ;2. W. Grialthe, Shooklach. Plums George Owen Fowles. Dessert pears :1, Edwart Beolist ; 2, John Humphries. Dessert apples : 1, Christiana Fowles ; 2, John Fowles, Culinary apples : I, John Darlston 2, C. Fowles. Gooseberries :1, Philip Niotion, Th .p. wood ;
01 September 1886 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
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01 September 1886 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO BE LET (Unfurnished), "BORRAS HEAD," 3 wiles from Wrexham and from Oreeford and Bassett Stations, on the Great Western

TO BE LET (Unfurnished), "BORRAS HEAD," 3 wiles from Wrexham and from Oreeford and Bassett Stations, on the Great Western

Railway. TM House contains dining-room, drawing-room, and library, 7 bedrooms, kitchen, and usual °Sass. Good stabling and outbuildings, garden, and about 8 acres of Gross Land. For further p±rtioultars apply to TOWNIIIIIND and St. Werbargh Charnbm, Chador. NIV IIIITEHALL, CHESH
01 September 1886 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England