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(PEIDAT, Augnal; 6th, at ISO : sharp.AUCTION SALE OF ■ -; A Large Consignment of 20 Cases, consisting of JAPANESE GOODS, AMERICAN . GOODS, and assortments of PLATED TABLE WARE, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. To be sold Without Reserve. MESSRS BISLEY BROS, k CO. have received instructions from »thß Shippers to Bell by Public Anotion At their Booms, Hardy-street, A large consignment of Goo3e as above comprising— Umbrella stand?, Urge and small vaaes, flower pot», teapots, card boxep, tea boxes, lesd pancils, hat pinß, assorted soap, bamboo napkin ring?, tooth pioka and powder, glove boxep, tea sets, dinner sets, work boxes, orumb trayß and brushes, brackets, gonga, Bworda,. silk fans, cabinets, biscuit jar 6, plates, leaps and saucers, ink stands, jugs, ladies'laod gents' silk handserchiefs, satin table covers, shirt fasteners, feather dusters, bead «nd bamboo blindp, screens, oil painting;, hammers, pailookg, olocks, knives, E.P. cruets, pin traps, jewel boxee,'abarf pint, Btudß, egg cups, baskets, magnificent Japanese vaea?. Also, Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Silver Hunting Watches (ft'althain movements). . Sale at 1-30 sharp. WITHOUT RESERVE. &■ Goods on view on morning of Bale. BISLEY BROS. & CO., Auotioneere. SATURDAY NEXT, at 11am. 40 SACKS CHARCOAL. MESSRS BISLEY BROS, ft 00. have received instructions from the owner to sell by Public Anotion, At their lards, Hardy-street, 40 sacks Charcoal BISLEY BROS. & CO., Auctioneers. SATURDAY NEXT, at 11 ».m. GROCERIES. MESSRS BISLeTbrOS. & 00. have received in-truotioas from the Owner to Bell by Publio Auction, At their Booms, Hardy*street, 10 bags Oitmeal IB bagsWheatioa 60 boxes Price's C»ndle3 17 tiDa NatioDsl Tea Blacking, Pepper, Coffee, Sauoe, Ground Bioe, Arrowroot, Honey, etc, BISLEY BROS, k CO., Auctioneers. NEXT, at 11 a.mT PRODUCE ME?SR3 BISLEY BROS, k CO. have receivfd instructions from the Owners to sell by Publio Auction. At their Rooms, Hardy-street, 60 sacks Swedes 45 sacks Carrots 60 saoks prime Potatoes 75 sacks Barley 80 sacks Oats 7<> saoks prime Oaten Chiff 6 sides Bncou BISLEY BROS, k CO., < _ i __^ Auctioneers. SATURDAY NEXT, at 11 a.m. SUNDRIES. MESSBS SHalp~& BONB are in Etrncted to sell by Pnblio Auction, At their Booms, Hardy-street, Axes, piotnres, glasses, . grindstone withstands, alarm o'ocke, liocleumß, Biws. hammer?, tpring mattress, spring b j d, step ladder, colonial couch, iron bedstead, wall p»p ß rs, » Tann'a >' sate, clothing, sheeting mangle, tweeds, ajnnelette, ourtains, oarria/e rug, etc. BISLE7 BEOS. & CO., ' Auctioneers, FUIDAY, August 6th, at Noon. AUCTION SALE OF 25 CA£ES PRIME SALMON. WITHOUT RESERVE. MESSRS BISLEYBROS;' k CO. have received instructions from the Shippers to sell by Pnblio Auction, At their Rooms, Hardy-street, A consignment of 25 cases Lynx Brand Salmon tVThe above is consigned to us for absolute sale] and ib desoribed as prime pink fish, and in good order and condition. BISLEY BKOS. k CO., Auctioneers. TO LET, OR FOR BALE. MBS COOPER'S PROPERTY, situated Montreal street. The Land comprises 64 aores in first-olaes order, with Orchard, 7roomed Dwelling House, Cow Shekß, oto.. To be let at a low rental. ST. KATHERINE'S, 6-acres Land and S-roomed Honse, situated Hampden-street East. Every convenience. Low rental. BISLEY BROS. & CO. TO CLEAR IMMEDIATELY. K/\ BUNCHES BANANAS, at 3/6 per t)U Buuoh. BIBLEY BROS, t CO. FOR^ALET" DESIRABLE FEE E H O L D PROPERTIESAT EB«3 TAKAKA, FOXHILL, WAKEFIELD, SUBUBBAN NOBTH, RICHMOND, BRIGHTWATEB, STOKE, AND NGATIMOTI. 950,"Aores'(more or lees) Freehold Land, being limestone country. Buildings, fenced and sub-divided, and most deBiriable property. Price low. Particulars on application, 50 Acres Rich Swamp Freehold Land, Stoke, within three miles of the oitv Mostly live fenoeß. Well watered. 2,100 Acres Freehold Land, splendid Bheep and oattle country. Dwelling and Ontbuildings. Well fenced. Good shooting and fishing to be had. Eeay terms of payment can be arranged Particulars oa application. 1181 Acres Freehold Land within two mileß of the oity. To be Bald at a low price and on e»By terms. 880 Acres (more or leas) Freehold L^nd situated the Tatas, in tha Takaka Wool Shed thereon, 'l'he land is limestone fqrmntion, and faoiofr the sea j is a valuable property for Sbaep and Dairy purposes. Price low. Eaay termß of payment. ' 27| Aoreß {more or less) Freehold Land at fetoke, with Dwelling House, Bam and Hop Kiln thereon. ' 420 Acres Freehold Laad, Graham River W» ««y 800 to 1000 Bheep. Fenced and subdivided, with seven-roomed Bouse Wool Shed, Barn, Btable, and Dip thereon, A low figure can be Bocepted, and the bulk of the money can be arranged for a term of years a' 5 per cent. . 452 Aores (more or less) Freehold land Takaka, with Two Houses, Barn' Shewing Shed, and Cow Shed there, on, situated a few miles from th B Port, Post Office, Church, n$ JS Thu valuable property is now^sea for grazing aud agnonltonl nurmawT , wd if divided into Bome^Harti'; Sis? terms: ,_ .. . *, . ■ L '_, \o*i;^*! 191 Aorea Land (Deferred , -Bimtoi:; Takaka. About -25 MrpMßßp balance valuable bosh.' '■■ W£aßßss& tuoity for a young .man^^g^if; 118 Aorea Fceahold Lan^FoWl^Bwiill : ing Hoaw, fei«)t y d,*Blrai®|S*"«d

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XXXI, Issue 178, 29 July 1897

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