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AT THE AU KLAND CLOTHING & DRAPER! CO. JElonse fiilka in white, black, and blown, ■11 at 6d per yard. General amash np of the Drapery TV de. ladiea 1 Macwiitoahea at 2/6, 6/6, 7/6, and 12/9 eiob.— At ihi Auckland Giothing and Drrperr Co.'c Bals. General smash op of tbe Drapery Trade. Ladies' tpleadid Jaoketß, all the uew.Bt styles, at 4/11. «/U, 8/Xl, and 12/9. — At the Auckland Clothing and Drapery Co.'c E*U. ¥ J General smash np of the Drapery tn ■ ■ Ladies' heavy Dress Tweeds and Sergf , doable width, at 4/6, 5/3 6/-, and 7/6 tae fnll dress.—At the Aucklind Olothing and Drapery Oo.'d Sale. — — — • * General emaah np of the Drapery Trtdr Btron? Flannelettes »t 1//1 pel d-.'zy»rdi. —At ths Auckland Clothing »od Drapery Co.'c Bale. v ' General smash up c.f tha Dtapry Tr*dc 6000 yarda of gplerdid Flannelette Em. broidery, 1} to «} i D choi. wide, all at id p-r yard, or 6i per ricscn.— at the Ascklaiid Clothing and Drapery Co.'c SVie . G«ner»l (mash ny of tho Drapery Trade. Beßt6-cord Sawing Cottons (200 yarda) all at 1/- per dtaen.— At the Auckland ClothiDg and Drapery Co.'a Bjle. General amssh np of the Drapery Trade. 10,000 yarda of beautiful Dress Gimps and Trimminf; Braidt, all tha ie»dlnt eolonra, »t 11 per dozen yarda.— At the AnokUnd Clothing- aod Drapery Oo.*» Balo. General emuh np of tbe Drapery Trade. Men* all pnrs wool Colonial Tweed Bnit' at 21/- and 26/-, all «;>a.— At tbe Auckland Ulothiog and Drapery Co 'a Sale. General imash tsp of the Drapery Trade Bo>a' Berg« and Tweed 8«ilor »"ud Knioker Snitg at 8/11 each.— At the Auckland Olothlnffand Drapery Oo.'d Sale. BEID6E STREET. BEST NEWCASTLE COAL. From Newcastle Co .'a Mine. PRICE?— 25/- per ton at yard (cash) 27/- per ton delivered (cash) WESTPOET-OAEDIFP COAL. Carpjea landing regularly. GEEYMOUTH COAL. For Smiths' purposes, Cardiff ia tb 9 beat New Zealand Coal, and Newcastle Oo.'s ia the beat ooal ahipped from Ne wealth. AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. •W * . h ? re hwv * of all deeorißdocf of Seedr. SEED OATS, Vf HE\T, PBAS, BEANS, EAHLY SEED POTATOE3. Great variety. ONION SEED. Brown Bpaniah, Brown Globe, and Extra Early Goldaa Globe; VEGETABLE SEEDB IN PACKEIS.i NEALE &~HADDOW, GKAIN, PRODUCB, AND SEED MEBUA MB MONEY TO LEND. WE hare MONET to LEND for " Olients, in Bnms to anit Borrowers, on Freehold Securities, at the LOWJSWT HATES of Interest . PITT & MOORE, Solicitors. MONEY TO LEND YX7B have large sums of MONEY T T to LEND, in amounts to snit Borrowers, at LOWEfcT CUEREN I RATES. ADAMS & KItfGDON, Barriatora, SoUdton, and Notariaa Public, Neltcni ■

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XXXI, Issue 178, 29 July 1897

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