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_ BUSINESS NOTICES. r FLETCHER BROS 1. GREAT CLEARING SALE IS NOW ON. EVERYTHING TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST. riPW Jfflfe NOTE OUR PRICES OF: : ■ ; lliiSK INI Knives and Forks suitable for -. PlllfJl HBB! Camp or Harvest Fields. ill IIISH White Bone Hadled Knives and Bliw B^B Usual price 11/6 per doz. pairs ililili llfl ■ ■ tiearing-pufprice 4/6 „■.>';,]■■.". llSliH IW™B Black Ebony Handled Knives and Psß' IPl! Usual price ... 14/6 doz. pairs Jgir Ipyj- • Clearing-out price, 5/6 doz. pairs j|jjjjlj|| 11 . Or 4 doz. pairs for... ... 20/* ■ ' pHH U - Buiialo Handled Knives and ! V jsßtT' I UsuaJ price ... 27/6 doz. pairs pjj§l| I"" Clearing price .V. 12/6 doz. pairs S^^^B W'' Ivoride. Handled Knives and 8188 I* m (Cooper, Eye-witness, Lockwood, 'jjJBP i I '■■■: 14/6 .16/6: J.B/6 2lj-' and 27/6 . " ■■■ii ' 1 Clearing price i {■HI I | i 11/6 ,13/- 14/6 16/6 and 21/- •i. fHUIII If X :■ ■ Usual price: ijjjj 12/6 16/6 17/6 , and 25/----jsjjg Clearing price: jlljl 10/- 13/- m- and 20/- v Tsjjjjjm , Francis Greave Sliefpeld Cutlery, slightly damaged— :.;' To be cleared at Half-price. 9 Preserving ■Jam and Jelly ;; ONLY A FEW". LEFT. SPRING TOP JARS (for Preserving Fruit Usual price—QuarV;9/6, i-Gal. 11/6 j, ;^ Clearing Price—Quarts 6/9, 7/11 - >. tax. genuine "lightning" ' '"■.■■ ■ ;:WJi^ PHUIT-JARS BEAR TRADE- : iraP^^^^^^^T ' -MARK-"LIGH.TNINfi.M..'.. ' . ...■..■...' , . ■!;lilllllllllilllllllilllj^> ■■'■. Clearing price — TENT TOP^JELLT Hb 2/9, 21b 4/9 WHITE EARTffIEN^ JARS. 3d dozen less on WARE JARS. Usual price—3/- 6 dozen lots. Usual price—3/-, 4/-.> and 3/9. 5/-, 6^- ' ' OlearSng pries—2/- Clearing price—2/3, and 2/9. .- . i 3/-, 4/-, 4/11 ..;, . •■ ': ' ' Clearing Out Prices. l|y^^^^^;..;:'TIE OVER JAR. 1/6, 2/-, .2/6 dcz. 3 JELLY TUMBLERS. Usual price— ' Or 5/- doz., nest Of 3 3 Usual price—3/llb 3/-, 21b 4/- ,Or 2/9 Half DOZ, and 4/- doz. < J3!earing Price— Olearing price—2/6 lib 1/10, 2lb 2/11 per dozen. IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY IU k "'STOOK OP PJRiSERVS^O AND JAM JARS AT THESE .PRICE.S. .;'.. ■■ ':\^':[:■-/:;? : :-\ RUBBER RINGS for above—Mason sd. per dozen, AtlaslSd. per dozen, Spring Tops 1/- per dozen. .••,//:• ; 0■;..;.:■ '■■'■WVi:. FRENCH JAR RINGS—I/- per dozen. PRESERVING PANS in Brass, Aiumiraium, 'lron, Enamel, etc., ail at CLEARING OUT PRICES, _ w WE ARE GIVING A DISCOUNT OF 4/- OFF ANY OF THE,;: .. . ■ ■ above.. .; . •■■■. ■-■. /.;■;■,; SCALES and WEIGHT—UsuaI price—s/9, 10/6 and 12/6 . ■ ; Sale price—4/6, 7/6, .and^/e ■;■•■;./' : vSUCAR. SUGAR. SUGAR. We are supplying our Customer^ with the Finest Preserving-v. v Su"ar at the-Lowest'Price in New Zealand; shipments fortnightly. ' Aiu'klund Al Sugar, 561b bagsfor 8/11, per pound 2d. ; y Brewer's Crystals, 561b bags for 9/6, per pound 2^o, • :j ; TUMBLERS,.' • ■ : : ./.;; 'TUMBLERS, : ; "Ht 3 All Sizes, ; In Tarious shapes and - Patterns, - ; At"C!earancQ Prices. To be almost given away. We have' an Enormous Stock of TUMBLERS tO be- Sold ; . - within the next 2 months. We are marking them down atundeir Cost Prise, ' .- . ' ■.■■■'■ ' ''■■ ■ ■:■•-'• -':'^"- ,•.' ■ ' . ■-■■'■: We have about 50 different sizes, shapes, and. patterns,in .. , . Tumblers, Noblers, Jelly Glasses, and Whre .Glasses, and our J^pcfc ; is from 400 to 500 Dozen 1, so come along and get 2 Dozen lumblers for about the same price as j'ou would' have to pay for One Dozen elsewhere. REMEMBER.~We have to clear these out, no matter what they cost.i" ■ '■•■■'■_ -, n m x.-v WATER SETS, comprising 2 Quart Glass Jug and 6 Tumblers. . Usual price—4/6, 6/6 and 9/6 Safe prico—2/9, 3/11, and 6/©. Our Extra Gigantic stock of PLATED WARE, ETC., will be discounted to the extent of 4/- to 10/- in pound. : . : Come along and see us;'it will ,be to our. mutual, benefit. _ As time permits, everything >vill: be marked down in I lain iguies. STORE FUfii.L. OF BARGAINS. Without doubt the Griatest and -most Genuine Sale that hs^; been held in Ashburton for many years, at— FLETCHER BROS., "CASH- 'SUPPLY ■■■STORES,. :..■'■'■ 1.:::----:: 1.;-:--vV--.^. EAST STREET------ A^HrURTO^

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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