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COMMERCIAL FAILURES.

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COMMERCIAL FAILURES. According to Kemp's Mercantile Gazette, the number of failures in England and Wales gazetted during the four weeks ending Saturday, Dec. 26th, was 398. The number in the corresponding four weeks of last year was 332, showing an increase of 6, being a net increase, in 1885, of 642. The failures were distributed amongst the following trades thus :—Building trades, 47; chemists and druggists, 1 coal and mining trades, 6; corn, cattle, and seed trades, 9 drapery, silk, and woollen, trades, 33 earthenware trades, 2 farmers, 19; furniture and upholstery trades, 6 grocery and provision trades, 60; hardware and metal trades, 13 iron and steel trades, 6 jewellery and fancy trades, 13 leather and coach trades, 20 merchants, brokers, and agents, 12 printing and stationery trades, 2 wine, spirit, and beer trades, 27 miscel- laneous, 62 total for England and Wales, 338 total for ditto during the corresponding four weeks of 1884, 332 total for ditto during the same period of 1883, 899. The number of bills of sale published in England and Wales for the four weeks, ending December 26th, was 1,066. The number in the corresponding four weeks of last year was 1,071, showing a decrease of 5, being a net increase, in 1885, of 546.

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