Sale of Orange, Lemon, Apple, Pear, and other Fruit Trees ; Flowering Shrubs, Camellias, Rhododendrons ; Magnolias Gr*ndefiora ; Quicks; Gooseberry and Currant Tree. ; Rhubarb Roots ; and a quantity of Pot Plants, choice Picotees, Carnation**, &c, &c. AUCTION on SATURDAY NEXT, at Twelve o'clock. At the Nelson Auo r ion Rooms. A LARGE ASSORTMENT of the above, all from the well-known NURSERY of Mr. John Hale. Note.— As this will .probably be the last Sale of the Season, the Auctioneer would suggest to Gardeners, Farmers, and others, the advisability of their availing themselves ol this Auction to complete their requirements in the above line. JOHN R. MABIN, * 90 1 Auctioneer. ON SALE— Twenty kegs bait Butter, from lid. per lb. ; Cheese. Bd. per lb. ; Tomato Sauce, Bd. per bottle ; Eggs, Is. 6d. per dozen ; Currants, 4»d per lb. ; Raisins, 6Jd. per lb.— W. PHIL UPS, Bridge-street, Nelson. 1903—2 FOR SALE. EARLY AMERICAN ROSE POTATOES aud other Choice Sorts for SEED. S. BOLTON, Nurseryman and Seedsman, Waimea Road. 1906—6 ri OLDEN FLEECE HOTEL. The above House is NOW OPEN, and the Proprietor hope 9, by strict attention to business, with civility combined, to gain a fair share of public patronage. The best assortment of WINES and SPIRITS carefully selected. English and other ALES always on hand. An ORDINARY every day at One o'clock Good Stabling. JOHN DISHER. BOOKING OFFICfc for HOLDER'S COACH, which leaves every day at Ten minutes past Three o'c'osk. 1737 — 26
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Nelson Evening Mail, Volume IX, Issue 178, 29 July 1874
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Nelson Evening Mail, Volume IX, Issue 178, 29 July 1874
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