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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, and better than many. The fact of doing a very large business, buying in the best markets in enormous quantities at. Spot Cash Bate.?, selling for Cash (therefore.no bad debts) places us on 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 EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED. ' SUGAR. NEW SEASON FRUITS s. d. ' 8 d Al Sugar 501b bags 811 Very fine New Currants, peV lb 0 '■» per Ibfl Go]den SultanaS} pCf lfe 0 Brewer's Crystals 56lbJ»g 96^ Muscatels gultanaS} ft Q £ Icing or Castor Sugar per lb 0 3* New Pansy. Seeded Raisins, lb 0 4* Loaf Sugar per lb 0 2^e^ Phoem X Seeded Raisins ■ - „.„ ii nit ' olbs tor 1 ft Finest Sugar of Milk per lb 011 New Spanish Muscatels, per lb 01» " FLOUR, OATMEAL, ETC. "" (Just arrived, but too late for Christmas trade). 2001b Sacks Flour 18 6 _. " 1001b Ba^s Flour- - 10' 0 Califorman Muscatels, per'lb 0 / 501b Bag's Flour 5.2 New Dates, :, , Sslbs 1 0 251b Bags Flour 2 9 Good Cooking Dates 61bs 1 O Thistle Oatmeal 251b bass- 3 i 4' Ulb packet New Table Dates „ i r\i nn " packets for 1 0 Oatma, Gerstena, and Oto 0 11 , q - . q above Prices are about J&s in the CREAM OF TARTAR, ACID, ETC. pou nd less than what the Christchurcli " , gp d. Grocers are charging, which we can Finest quality Cream of Tartar easily verify, and the quality of our per lb 1 0 Fruit to bo equal tQ ai?d better Brunner Mond Baking Soda than m 41b for Ob* 7 . Powdered or "Whole Tartaric Acid „ ; _», per lb 1 6 Citric Acid Crystals per lb 2 4 JELLY CRYSTALS, ETC. per oz 0 2 „„ , ■ _ . Challenge Jelly Crystals. Powdered or Whole Borax & 41bs for 1 0 Powdered or Whole Saltpetre 0 5 The Finest Cheap Jelly in New Ze»» Finest Sulphur 51b for 1 0, land, and our customers tell us they Fluid Ammonia 3 bottles for 1 0 k are better than what many grocers seß 2 quart bottles 1 0 for 4 pac ]j ets at lß> Caustic Soda, Pyramid brand per tin o 5 . s. <v 6 tins for 2 4 Our price, all flavours; 6 pkts for 011 4 Boracic Acid . per lb 0.9 Wipdsor Jelly Crystals, 4pkts for ,0 11 '''•)'• Crosfield's Water Glass per tin 0 8£ Wkte's Jelly Cvyetal, js»r pki?, 0 4§ Washing Soda 121b for 0 10* P6l^ * * Whole Ammonia . per lb M 0 Sheet Gelatine, per Ib^^and i,O __ :—l——-——^> Isinglass . per packet 0 6 KEROSENE. NelsOn Gelatin&J P6r pU ° & s. d. r ~.. „ ~ - _._. White Rose per case 9 3 > per tin 4 9 Shell Brand - per case 9 0 MATCHES, TOBACCO, MC. . i per tin 4 .8 . ' s. d. — — Plaid Matches, 3 pkts for 10 ,-~ \t, -nnd-mvrmn a. Penny Flat Matches, per doz 0 I<> ; VINEGAR, VINEGAR ESSENCE, &c. g Saf6 . y ! Essence of-Vinegar to make one; -,/-, per packet 0 3^. gallon of splendid Vinegar Shlx^ Brand Safety Matches .„ - ■ per bottle 12 4 packets for 011 » I 6 bottles for 6 6 Juno Toba^ O; per etick 0 8 . Finest Colonial Vinegar 8 sticks for 5 0 per gallon 1 6 Havelock ' per st ick 0. 9 I English Malt Vinegar . 8 sticks for 5- & per gallon - 3 Diadem and Golden Eagl6 Wicker Jars to hold 1 gallon 311 per stick 0 • 2 gallons 5 11 7 cakes for 0 9 I " ■ 2oz Tins Havelock, Capstan, 1 — ~" Golden Eagle,-Derby, Juno, I ; BAKING POWDER, CUSTARD.. d S e taudard ' 11 POWDER, ETC. • '. .8 tins for 7 3 Edmond's Custard and Egg Powder ancl R , g pac kets Pfor 7 3 small size 0 5J . large size 0 10 .: —- White's Custard Cre^ams^ i q INFANTg , Dried Yeast Cakes per pkt 0 6 FOOD, ETC. Garland's Custard Powder 0 5 d Tucker's Egg Powder 0 5 mk . , F tinj i ■ Foster Clark's Custard Powder 0 11 , . 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 T>rie<l Milk , per tin 0 II per pint bottle 1 1 per tin OIV Symington's Reputed Quarts 2 9 Hanbui . y ,' s Food> Symington's Imperial Quarts 6 J No j and n O . 2 per tin 1 6 Simpson's Essence of Coffee . No. 1 3 Food 0 11 o 1 M n/^ bOttlG 0 J Heave* Food Per tia ° m Strang's Soluble Coffeo 0 1. Q g^ ~ — ' Mellins' Food, Is 6d and 2 6. BLUE, BLACKING, AND BLACK L__- , LEAD- g d sauces; pickles, etc. Keen's Blue .per lb 0' 9 3 . 0 Reckott's Bag Blue per lb 0 9 Q liart Bottles Worcestershire Reokctf s Zebra Paste per tin 0 3J Sauce « RcckeU's Zebra Black Load Quart Bottle Tomato Sauce / 011 per doz. 0 8 piat Bot tl 6 Primley Tomato 0 * Gipsy Black Lead per doz. 0 7 Quart bottles 1 0 Gipsy Stove Paste, 4 tins for 1 0 pint Bottle Worcestershire q Nu«iot Polish, -small size,6 tins 1 0 Sauce ■ Medium size, 3 tins for 1 0 Mellor Sauce, pints . • a Largei size 0 8 L and p er rin's Sauce, Is 3d and-2 4 Swift Boot Polish . ■ . Hayward and Moluish Pickle Small size, 7. for 1 0. °-a-> . per bottle 0 9 Medium size. 4 tins for 1 0 guQ Bl . and Chutney, per bottle 12 • Largo size, 2- tins for 1 0 MiUtary pfckto per bottle 011 . . Mustard Dressing, per bottle 010 • METAL POLISH AND FLOOIt M^'»* 01"'eS' "" '° " POLISH. " s. d. Quickshine and Varnishino , SHEEP TONGUES, ETC. . per tin 0 5 . Linoleum Reviver, per bottle 0 11 and CF M. Sheep Tongue? Peerless Gloss pev bottle 0- 5 M-C: dnci lib tint 1 2 LinovarnisK per tin 1 0 21b tins 1 11 Varnola ' per tin 0 9 c.M.C. Tongues, in glass 1 6 Brasso 8d and i 2 Q ear Os Tongues, 2s 4d and 4 6 Brilliantshine 8 and 1 3 Gear Moats, Mutton and Beef , Swift Metal Polish sid and 011 ■ per m Sea To-morrow Night's paper for continuation of Price List. „ FLETCHER iBROS'., 1 CASH SUPPLY STORES.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8809, 4 March 1914

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