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Speoiai, Notioe I The New Premises BEING ALMOST COMPLETE, HOPES TO REMOVE IN A WEEK OR SO, WHEN THE WILL BE J_tli00)1tB OPENED WITH A SPLENDID FRESH STOCK OE FOR THE COMINGSEASON IN ADDITION TO THE USUAL STOCK WILL B-^ KEPT A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF Gc _K IST E RAL DRA _P E_R Y . I§ir Business will be continued in the present premises until the Opening of the New Shop. WANTED DRESSMAKERS. Also, APPRENTICES to the DRESSMAKING and MILLINERY. And, a GOOD MANTLE HAND. TRAFALGAR STREET. _ to* Grand Display of \ NEW AND FASHIONABLE' JEWELLERY! Geo, Hoopbb, ""?_«_£!__,"* BRIDGE-STREET, NELSON. !_!*_ /__ B-^S ___ B-f* _T i __f*__il_ a^_ iBB _ ? ?l Invaluable at the Diggings and in the Bush H Ai\ IIN Lfl rUW trC also on .board Ship, as small loaves of the hes l-a-.r-g^t-'-VH B %_* _____»_— a | -gread or Scones can he made in a few minute: without the aid of Yeast. Private Ward, during the Zulu war, writes: — "I should just like you to soe the real farm' house bread that I hake ! The oven is one dug in the ground, and is just largo enough to hole our daily quantum of_ two loaves. "We use flour, water, salt, and Bon wick's "Baking Powni.it My bread often surprises me, it is so light, and white as srtow. • Sonic of our men will insist tha' ! 1 have been 'in the trade,' and nothing I can say will convince them to the contrary." F..HI- fI.M Meilnls nwnrilul. Mi_nt-'_..et-i\v :— o". 1.01.W1.K _ SONS. .liiß-voll Street, London.

now"_q:pje.n. medical hall, HARDY-STREET, Next Masonic Hotel, JAMES BOOiN, PROPRIETOR, F_r Five years Manager Hadflo.'s Drug Emporium. JAMES BOON: has now Opened with a largo and varied Stock of PURE 1 DRUGS and CHEMICALS, PATENT. HOMCEOPATHI C, and HERBA.L ' MEDICINES , i Also, a complete Stock of PERFUMERY ! by th_ best makers. ; BRUSHWARE and TOILET REQUISITES of every conceivable. kind. • - - *v- -i ; ' % ''•" Physicians' Pp,BS<foi*PTiokVand Family Receipts dispensed .with «J . Bi's usual ability. In addition to the above/a large stPck of ' HORSE and CATTLE MEDICINES will be k.pt. JAMES BOON, Pharmaceutical Chemiat. (opposite Fell & Atkinson's, Hu-dy-strpp' •M. M. Webster, PAlilygbme I AND TEA DEALER, Coffee and Chicory Manufacturer, WINE, SPIRIT, AND PROVISION MERCHANT, Tkaplgar-street. Nelson. IS THE BEST! The question is universally asked, Why is Webster's Coffee the Best ? The au.wer is simple : Webster buys only the best green Coffee, roasts it with. that. skill which a thirty years' experience can only give, and grinds it daily j therefore it is always fresh, and full of that delicious aroma so prized by the Coffee drinker. That is the secret why Webster's Coffee is preferred to all others. All imported, ground Coffees labor under the disadvantage of uncertain age. Even if prepared from the best beans. Coffee deteriorates when exposed to atmospheric influence, as it rapidly absorbs moisture, and becomes fiat and vapid. It follows that Webster's Coffee, being always' freeh. from the mill, m tst undoubtedly be the best. — TRY 11 1 Sold Wholesale and, Retail. The Trade liberally dealt with. For Export it is papked in l f 2, /, 14, T and 2^ lb" tins, -' >M/M;*.V^STER^^\ Trafalgar»sfc«>fc

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XX, Issue 198, 29 August 1885

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