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A. L. LUYSTER,
98 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK;
EARLY CATALOGUES of SECOND-HAND BOOKS direct by post, and not through Agents, to both of the above Addresses, will be appreciated. Two copies from those who send more is sufficient; on these postage will be paid.
GEORGE SIMPSON & CO.,
PRINTING, STATIONERY, and BOOK
best Towns, Midland Counties. A splendid old bus? FANCY STATIONERY, &c.—Pleasant
Messrs. HOLMES & SON, Mr. A. M. BURGHES, Valuers & Accountants
VALUER & ACCOUNTANT
To Publishers, Booksellers, Stationers, Printers &c. TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, PRINTERS, NEWS. PAPER PROPRIETORS, &c.
la PATERNOSTER ROW, 66a PATERNOSTER ROW,
Is instructed to Sell the following Businesses :Are instructed to sell the following businesses:
BINDING.–Very safe and fourishing business PRINTING BUSINESS. – In leading Market Most attractive premises, handsomely fitted by Cage. Town in Kent. Established about 30 years. Excellent Rent only £82 ; long lease. Returns exceed £3,000 premises. Returns nearly £2,000 a year at good profits. a year at good profit. About £1,400 required. An About £1,200 required. A very good opening. excellent plant, and large well selected stock. A
desirable opening. BOOKSELLING, STATIONERY, and
and RETAIL STAPRINTING BUSINESS.-In prosperous Market Town within 60 miles of London. Oldest Business in shire. High-class profitable business in centre of town.
TIONERY, &c.—Prosperous town in Lancathe town. Rent £60. Splendid premises. Returns
Rent £90. last year £1,875. 198. Sd. and open to increase. About
Large and superior stock. Profitable £700 required. An exceptional opportunity.
returns amount to nearly £3,000 a year. Offered on reasonable terms. About £1,300 required. A rare
chance for a good man. NESS. In lovely district, about 20 miles from 'ANCY GOODS, STATIONERY, &c.— London, The business has not changed hands since Delightful South Coast Town. Splendid premises 1817. Rent £27 (very low). Capital premises. A in leading thoroughfare. Rent £180. Shop and large thoroughly genuine business, producing a good living. house which can be sub-let to advantage. Returns About £400 required.
exceed £3,000. Good profits. About £1,200 required.
Valuation of stock and fixtures. No charge for goodBOOKSELLING, STATIONERY, and will.
PRINTING BUSINESS.-In one of the very ness. Established a century. Death cause of sale.
Essex suburb. Successful business in high-class About £2,500 required. An exceptionally favourable neighbourhood. Fine large house and handsome shop chance.
in good position. Returns over £12 a week at very
large protits. About £250 required. Very safe. ProBOOKSELLING, STATIONERY, prietor taking a larger business.
LIBRARY, and FANCY TRADE.- In very STATIONERY and BOOKSELLING. attractive suburb of London. Splendid premises, in exceptional condition. Returns about £1,600 a year. Exceptionally good premises. House, garden, side
Superior Surrey suburb. Fashionable locality. About £400 in cash, and small balance by instalments. entrance, and handsome shop. Rent £75"; long lease.
Returns last year £1,022. About £450 required. A In capital Town, within 25 miles of London. A increase with care and attention. thoroughly genuine concern. Net profits £400 a year STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, &c.Established 25 years. No daily newspaper trade. £800 in cash, and balance by instalments.
ing Business. Very fine attractive premises. Rent £150.
Returns reach nearly £3,000 a year, and are capable of HIGH-CLASS STATIONERY & FANCY en els requirea.uation of Stocksund fixtures. About
BUSINESS.-One of the leading businesses in a lished 40 years. very attractive South Coast Town. Established many years. Returns about £2,500 at high profits. Rent
XTATIONERY, FANCY, &c.—West End 270. About £1,500 required.
and three rooms.
average £10 a week. About £120 required. Offered PRINTING BUSINESS. – In lovely district, cheaply. Suitable for one or two ladies. Devonsbire. Leading business in town. In same hands over 30 years. Returns about £2,000 at good protits.
BOOKBINDING.Old-established busiThe freehold of the premises may be purchased. About
ness in central part of City. Rent £70. Good £850 required. A very genuine concern.
returns and protits ; open to full investigation. Value
of plant and machinery, &c., about £200. A very BOOKSELLING, STATIONERY, and ace for a practical binder wishing to start on city. In same hands over 30 years. Agencies attached
-Flourishing Midland town. Central position, cash, and balance by instalments.
leading thoroughfare. Moderate rent. Returns nearly
£1,500. Good protits. About £700 required. A rare B LOKSE LLING, STATIONERY, chance for a pushing man.
LIBRARY, and FANCY BUSINESS. – In lovely STATIONERY, BOOKSELLING, district, within 10 miles of London. Business estab NEWS, &c.--Superior premises. West End of lished 60 years. A fine old concern. Returns about London. Rent £95. Returns £1,700 a year at good £2,000, and increasing. About £1,100 required. profits. Large connection. About £650 required. A
very sound and lucrative business. • Monthly Register' of over 150 Businesses for Dis • Monthly Register of Businesses for Disposal forposal forwarded post-free on application to Messrs. warded post-free on application to Mr. A. M. BURGHES, HOLMES & Sox, 662 Paternoster Row, E.C.
la Paternoster Row, London, E.C.
BOOKSELLING STATIONERY, and
produce about £90 a year profit. Returns about £2,000. STATIONERY, FANCY, &c. (High-class).
"O BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. and AUCTIONEER of over 30 years' expe Wanted, Engagement as JUNIOR-ASSISTrience, offers his services in all matters of Sale, ANT. Aged 20; four years' experience.-F. C., Transfer, or Partnership. His intimate knowledge 169 Chesterton Road, Cambridge. of the various branches enables him to render very valuable assistance to either Vendor or Purchaser on moderate terms Valuations for Probate at STATIONERY and FANCY.-Wanted, exceptionally low fixed charges, any part of the
SITUATION as JUNIOR by Young Lady kingdom,
(19). Good references.--Address B., 118 White
Ladies' Road, Clifton, Bristol. Offices removed to 102 London Wall, E.C.
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Wanted, a SITUATION as ASSISTANT. BOOKSELLER'S and STATIONER'S
. £250 and Stock
Good references ; 12 years' experience. Address, optional. Part by instalments. Easily managed.
G. H. 24 Medway Street, Leicester. W. G., Publishers' Circular Office.
TO PUBLISHERS and WHOLESALE
BOOKSELLERS.—Wanted, by a Young Man WANTED.--- DERBY MERCURY,' 1733—1747. Anyone having any of these Used to Town and Country Trade; five years'
(age 25), a SITUATION in a London House. numbers please write to J. D. Whyte, Hailey bury, experience in the Row; excellent references.Hertford.
X. B.,' Publishers' Circular Office, St. Dunstan's House, Fetter Lane, E.C.
BOOKSELLERS WANTING ASSISTANTS.
BOOKSELLING, STATIONERY, and
FANCY TRADES.- Wanted RE-ENGAGEMENT as Assistant in the above; aged 27, good references.—R. J. Payne, 13 Peel Street, Bedford.
WANTED, in a large provincial town, a
thoroughly Competent YOUNG MAN (outdoor), capable of taking the management in the
ahmencem a festkee pricipah maiood saderengan and ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN, Witbase.
window-dresser. Address, with
first-businesses, carte de visite, stating age, qualifications, refer- desires SITUATION as Manager of Branch, or ences, and salary required to Delta, c/o Messrs. First Assistant. Good salesman and attractive Low & Co., St. Dunstan's House, Fetter Lane, E.C. window-dresser. Unexceptional references from
past and present employer.-Address, 49 Pub
lishers' Circular Office. SECOND-HAND BOOK TRADE.Wanted for
OKSELLING, STATIONERY, and second-hand book trade, used to cataloguing, &c.
FANCY.—Wanted RE-ENGAGEMENT by Apply, stating qualifications and salary expected, competent Assistant, highest references, age 27. A. B., c/o Birmingham, Publishers' Circular Office. Salary moderate.-H. D., 44 Hungerford Road,
YOUNG MAN thoroughly conversant with the BOOKS
W ANTED, an ASSISTANT who has
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, had good experience. Must be well ac
&c. - ADVERTISER, with good general quainted with modern books, or need not apply. experience, is desirous of post as Manager in Age not less than 25.- Apply, stating salary branch or good small business, with view to required, and other particulars, to Mr. R. Pelton, purchase or interest in same. Thoroughly trustTunbridge Wells, Bookseller and Stationer.
worthy, and willing to devote time and energy.
Address, 66 Publishers' Circular Office.
BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, and
A RE-ENGAGEMENT place
is desired in the above. Long experience, Assistant. Must be a good salesman and window- good testimonials.-J. A., 29 Monkton Street, dresser, and thoroughly capable in all depart- Kennington Road, S.E. ments.- Address T. L. H., Publishers' Circular Office.
PUBLISHERS. • TRAVELLER”
desires to add to his present Commission
another in the New Book or Remainder trades. BOOKSELLERS' ASSISTANTS WANTING He knows the London and Suburban booksellers
thoroughly.: - Address, Felix, Publishers' Circular SITUATIONS.
TO PUBLISHERS and WHOLESALE AS BOOKSELLER or BOOKSELLER
, and STATIONER'S ASSISTANT. - Adveraged 20, a SITUATION in a London House. Used tiser (26) good worker, desires RE-ENGAGEto the Country Trade. Six years' experience in MENT. Twelve years' good provincial experience the Row, and six years at last place.--Address (four at a fashionable Watering-place). London F. Grant, 2 Javen's Chambers, Clerkenwell Road, or Provinces ; excellent references.-H. W., co E.C.
E. Bumpus, 6 Holborn Bars, E.C.
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