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_ BUSINESS NOTICES. the finest groceries at cut prices fletcher" bros. STRICTLY NETT CASH PRICE LIST. | We guarantee our Groceries to be Fresh and of the | Finest Quality, equal to any, anil better than many. | The fact of doing a very large business, buying in. the | best markets in enormous quantities at Spot Cash Rates, | selling for Cash (therefore no bad debts) places us o>i a | better footing to sell the Finest Groceries at lower prices than | any other grocers in New Zealand—all things being equal. | .Compare our Prices with what you are paying and judge | ' for yourself, | REMEMBER EVERT ARTICLE GUARANTEED. | SUGAR. NEW SEASON FRUITS. } s. d. b. d» ) Al Sugar 561b bags 8 11 . Very fine New Currants, per lb 0 3f \ ■ Per lb 0 2 Q oWen Sultanagj per ft Q I Brewer's Crystals 56ib bag 9 6 Muscateb Su i tanas> lb 03| 1 Icing or Castor Sugar per lb 0 3* *ew *™sl *»** Raisin8 > »» 041 I Loaf Sugar . -\pejr lb 021 New Phoemx Seeded Bunna^ ; Finest Sugar of. Milk Vr lb 011 New gpanish Mugcatelg) per JJ QIQ ■ i ™~..—-—~ FLOUR, OATMEAL, ETC. (Jnst arrived > but too late for Christmas trade). 2001b Sacks Flour 18 6 ' ' 1001b Bars Flour ' 10 0 Californian Muscatels, per lb 0 / I 501b Bags Flour ■ 6 2 New Dates > slbs. 1 0 251b Bags Flour 2 9 Good Cooking Dates 61bs 1 O Thistle Oatmeal 25!b bags 3 4 l*lb packet New Table Dates ~ ' Oatina, Gorstena. and Oto I) 11 „ /• vr -n «. A' - Very fine New Prunes per lb 0 5 The above Prices are about 5s in the CREAM OF TARTAR, ACID, ETC. pound less than what the Christchurel* s Grocers are charging, which we can Finest quality Cream of Tartar easily verify, and the quality of our per lb 1 0 j? ru jt to be equal to any and better Brunner Mond Baking Soda k an mail y ■ , 41b for 0 6 Powdered or Whole Tartaric Acid — : — ■ per lb 1 6 Citric Acid Crystals per lb 2 4 JELLY CRYSTALS, ETC. - per oz 0 2 ™ «■"•«« . i r. •! -i • ■nn i n Challenge Jelly Crystals. Powdered or Whole Borax 41bs for 10 Powdered or Whole Saltpetre 0 5 The Finest Cheap Jelly in New Zea* Finest Sulphur 51b for 1 0 land, and our customers tell us t_egr Fluid Ammonia 3 bottles for 1 0 are better than what many grocers sell . 2 quart bottles 1 0 for 4 packetß at is. Caustic Soda, Pyramid brand - . ' per tin 6 5 s. cl -v 6 tins for 2 4 Our price, all flavours, 6 pkts for 011 Boracic Acid per lb 0 9 Wipdsoi Jelly Crystals, 4pkts for 011 Crosfield's Water Glass per tin 0 8£ White's Jelly. Oxy«tal, .;s«r, pkt 0, 4* , Washing Soda ' 1210 for 0 10* P«* do?°* * * Whole Ammonia per lb 1 0 heet Gelatine, perlbU^ndVO ' „ -. ■ : Isinglass . per packet. 0 6 KEROSENE; Nelson's Gelatine, per pkt 0 5 1 Whito Rose per case 9 3 per tin 4 9 Shell Brand per case 9 0 MATCHES, TOBACCO, kTC. per tin 4 8 s. d. : , Plaid Matches, 3 pkts for 1 0 vinegar! vinegar essence,^, f™y ™ f ateh. c f s t , »* dos ° I 0 ' . s d. 3 Poodle« Safety Matches Essence of Vinegar to make one . .". Per Packet °3^ gallon of splendid Vinegar Ship Brand Safety Matches per bottle 12 4 packets for 0 11 6 bottles for 6 6 Juqo TobaccO} per etick 0 8 Finest Colonial Vinegar ' 8 sticks for 5 0 , per gallon 1 6 Havelock , per s tick 0 9 English Malt Vinegar 8 sticks for 5 9 per gallon 2 3 QMm Ea&& Wicker Jars to hold 1 gallon 611 per stick v i „ „ „ " 2 gallons 511 7 cakes for 5 0 i 2oz Tins Havelock, Capstan, • . '"—~ " Golden Eagle, Derby, Juno, BAKING POWDER, CUSTARD R^al Standard' 11 POWDER. ETC. " 8 tins for 7 y „ t, i ■ r> i „ n"a 2ob Packet Old Judge, per pkt 10 1 Edm°nd S BakmS PoWt rgeS 0 10* So. racist Old Gold, Long Cut, Edmond's Custard and Egg Powder -d Ked Jacket g p Xt S Pfor 7 3 I • small size 0 5£ . large size 0 10 White's Custard Creams ' ..,_.„_-, 12 packets for 1 0 CONDENSED MILK, INFANTS' Dried Yeast Cakes per pkt 0 6 /FOOD, ETC. Garland's Custard Powder 0 5 Tucker's Egg Powder 0 5 rtfir tin^O ti . Foster <**. Custard Po.aer 0 U «« M£ *r ta O > .. per dozen 5 3 per case of 4 dozen 20 0 ESSENCE OF COFFEE. Capstan Unsweetened, same price ■ • s- d- as Highland. Symington and Camp Dried Milk per tan 9 11; per pint bottle 1 1 per tin 0 v SymingWs Reputed Quarts 2 9 Allen and Hanbury , B Foo d, _ Symington's Imperial Quarts d 9 .•. No 1 and No. 2 per tin .1 6 Simpson's Essence of Coffee No. 3 Food 0 11 c .«i' h P bottl6 0 U Veavtf. Food per tin 0 10* Strang's Soluble Coffee 011 _^ Qroats Q „ — Mollins' Food, Is 6d and 2 6 BLUE, BLACKING, AND BLACK LEAD- g d SAUCES, PICKLES, ETC. Keen's Blue per lb 0 9 t 8. d , Reckett's Bag Blue per lb 0 9 Q uar t Bottles Worcestershire Rockett's Zebra Paste per tin 0 3i ,_ Sauce " " Reckett's Zebra Black Lead Quart Bottle Tomato Sauce 011 per doz. 0 8 pint Bott i 6 Frimley Tomato . 0 7 Gipsy Block Lead per doz. 0 7 Quart bottles 1 G Gipsy Stove Paste, 4 tins for 1 0 Pint Bottle Worcestershire Nugcct Polish, small size, 6 tins 1 0 Sauce . , " Medium size, 3 tiiis for 1 0 Mellor Sauce, pints , x * Largo size 0 8 L &nd Perrin » s Sa^ice, Is 3d and 2 4 Swift Boot Polish Hayward and Meluish Pickle ■; . Small size.,,. 7 for l 0 , J , per bottle 0 9 Medium.size, 4 tins for 1 0 gun Brand Chutney, per bottle 1 2 Large size, 2 tins for 1 0 Military pickle per bottk Oil - ■ ' ' Muetard Dressing,, per bottle, ,0 10 , rtVV _ MansaniUa Olives, per bottle 0 10METAL POLISH AND FLOOR POLISH. • — s. d. Quickshine and Varnishine SHEEP TONGUES, • ETC. per tin 0 5 Linoleum Reviver, per bottle 0 11 - " Peerless Gioss per bottle 0 5 <-"M-^- ana x'm t j n = i 2 Linovarnish per tin 1 5 2lb tins 1 li Varnola per tin 0 9 C.M.C. Tongues, in glass 1 <> Brasso 8d and 1 2 Q eaT q x Tongues^ 2s 4d and 4 6 Brilliantshine 8 and 1 3 Q ear Meats, Mutton and Beei Swift Metal Polish s*d and. 011 . Ptir tin *?ee To-morrow Night's paper for continuation cf Price List. I FLETCHER ,BROS., ' CASH SUPPLY STORES.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8807, 2 March 1914

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