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J_ , BUSINESS NOTICES. THE FINEST GROCERIES' AT CUT PRICES FLETCHER" BROS. , STRICTLY NETT CASH PRICE LIST. i We guarantee our Groceries to be, Fresh and op 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 Caslf Eato3 * 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 beino- equal Compare our Prices with what you are paying "and iudV e ' for yourself. . to REMEMBEB, EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED. SUGAR. NEW SEASON FRUITS. Al Sugar - 501b bags Sll Very fine Nevr Currants, "per lb 0 % Brewer's Crystals SGifbag 9.6 - lb °. 4 * per lb 0 2i Muscatels Sultanas, per lb 0 3i Icing or Castor Sugar P er lb 0 3* Now Pans y Seedecl Baisins, lb 0 4* Loaf Sugar per lb 0 2* Nc V Pli oenix Seeded Raisins Finest Sugar of Milk por lb 011 X • 3lbs for 1 ° !Scw Spanish Muscatels, per lb 0 It) FLOUR, OATMEAL, ETC. ( Just arrived, but too lato for Christmas trade). 2001b Sacks .Flour ' 19 6 ■' j 1001b Bags "Flour 10 6 Californian Muscatels, per l I 501b Bags Flour 5 5 Now Dates, '"Gibs! 0 i 251b Bags Flour • 211 Good Cooking Dates 61bs 10 . Thistle Oatmoal 231b bags 3 4 1-Jlb packet Now Table Dates S Oatina, Gersteua, and Oto 011 „ p ... 2 P ackete ' for 1 » very fine I\ew Prunes per lb 0 5 The above Prices are abdut Ss in the CREAM OF TARTAR, ACID, ETC. pouild less t £. n wiiat the Christchnrch s. d. Grocers are charging, which we can Finest quality Cream of Tartar easily verify," and the quality of our .r ■, , • Jf lh X ° Fruit to be e< * ual to aQ y a *& better Brimuer Mond Baking Soda jo mo __ 41b for 0 6 uUdn many - Powdered or Whole Tartaric Acid -•- , - per lb 1 ,6 Citric Acid Crystals per lb 2 4 JELLY CRYSTALS, ETC. per oz 0 2 Powdered or Whole Borax Challenge Jelly. Crystals. ! 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 ue they Fluid Ammonia 3 bottles for 1 0 are better than what many grocers seD 2 quart bottles 1 0 fm 4 packets &% Caustic Soda, Pyramid brand per tin 6 5 s. d, 6 tins for 2 4 Our price,, all flavours, 6 pkts for 011 Boracic Acid per lb 0 9 Windsor Jelly Crystals, 4pkts for 011 Crosfield's Water Glass , per tin 0 8 \ Wluie's Jelly Ciy-stal, £*r pkt 0 4\ Washing Soda .121* for 0 10} per dozeii 4 4 Wholo Ammonia per lb 1 0 Sheet Gelatine, per lb Is 9d and fc 6 por ounce" 0 2 -—— Isinglass . per packet 0 G KEROSENE Nelson's Gelatine, per pkt 0 5 " *"' ',s. d. J . White Rose per case 9 3 per tin 4 9 Shell Brand - per case 9 0 MATCHES, TOBACCO, ETC. per tin 4 8 s. A. ►— ■ ; Plaid Matches, 3 pkts for 1 O VINEGAR, VINEGAR ESSENCE, Ac. *«"* f aich ™\ , per doZ °2° s. d. 3 Poodle Saf&ty lvlatches Essence of Vinegar to make one per packet 0 3§ gallon of splendid Vinegar Ship Brand Safety Matches f per bottle 1 2 4 packets for 0 11 6 bottles for b b T m , ~ , „ „ Juno Tobacco, per stick 0 8 Finest Colonial Vinegar 8 sticks for 5 0 per gallon 1 6 Havdock por gtkk Q Q ' English Malt Vinegar S sticks for 5 9 per gallon 2 3 inn *? , ~ , ° 0. , Diadem and Golden Eagle Wicker Jars to hold 1 gallon 311 ~ por st ; c ] ? y. J} /,, ~ 2 gallons 511 • 7 cakes for 5, 8 -2oz Tins Haveloek, Capstan, "" ——— ; Goldon Eagle. Derby, Juno, BAKING POWDER, CUSTARD standarf ' ™ d £™™~ Q n POWDER. ETC. 8 tins for 7 .» Baking Powder, email 0 \ 2o %ff "" f? ' ° largo size 0 10 2oz Packet Old Gold, Long Cut, „■, n r> + i Prnvio- and Red Jacket per pkt 0 11 Mmond s Custard and Egg Po>vde. g kets for .7 3 small size U oj ■ r large size 0 10' White's Custard' Creams . ■ ' 12 packets for 1 0 CONDENSED MILK, INFANTS , >ried Yoast Cakes ' per pkt 0 6 FOOD ETC. Jarland's Custard Powder 0 5 dicker's Egg Powder 0 5 ..,„.„ '4.- n^ rosier CLirk'B Costard Powder (Ml M-.llnnaid Mdk ■■ per tm 0 6 , Highland Milk ~ per tm -0 61 . '— — per dozen 5 8 per case of 4 dozen 20 0 ESSENCE OF COFFEE. Capstan Unsweetened, same-price 8 - cL as Highland. Jymmgfcon and Camp Dried Milk - . per tin Oil per pint bottle 11 /• nll lymingWs Reputed Quarts .2 9 ' f™° *" tin ° U . , . .. , T . , ft ,' _ t _ «> n Allan and Hanbury's Food, ymington's Imperial Quarts 3 J N(1 dNo 2 tin x 6 Simpson's Essence of Cotlee N . 3 Food 0 n per bottle 0 10 ■anis'B Soluble Coffee 011 Neavo'. Food per tm 030 Patent Groats and Barley 0 85 -gvj-* — ■ • Meliins' Food, Is 6d and 2 6 VaCKTNG, AND BLACK _ll . LEAD ' ' , S(L ■' SAUCES, TICKLES, ETC." Blue por lb 0 9 ' . 8. d v <-ckett's Bag Bluo por lb 0 9 Bottles Worcestershire •ckett's Zebra Paste per tin 0 3i Sauce •, 011 Aett's Zebra Black Lead ■' Quart Bottle Tomato Sauce. 011 per doz. J) 8 - y. , v Tomato . 0 r Blnuk Lead por doz. 0 7 -. • yuart bottles 1 0. Jinsy Stove Pasts, 'ins for 1 0 pj H > . -stcrs'iire p •suggec Polish, small tins 1 0 .. _ ]|* Mccliurn size, ■ for > ts 1 f ' ; ' uce, Is-3d and 2 4 swift IJoot Po'ish _ ; unliiisti ■ ; Small si™, ; • -; ,'. por bottle , 0' : M.. ■ - 4 tins for 1 » and Clmtncy , per boHe 1 '2: - " >'-< . tms for 1 ° Military Pickle, per, bottlt 0 11, -.« -- ' Mustard Dressing, per bottle 010 Mntisinilla Olives, por bottle 010 "'v-i-n. POT.vsii AND FLOOR Mansanua uxix , t . s. d. ' ' V ishino .. ! SHEEP TONGUES, ETC. per tin 0 o per Iwttle 0 11 „,.' , _ s - " , x*, n r C M.C. and Shsop Tongues ' • • pur bottle 0 5 v -'-- xil> tins 1 'J T " Jiriiish • per tin 1 C . 21b tins Ili ia - per tin 0 9 C.M.C. Tonguos,. in gla?3 1 *> 8d and 1 2 Gciu .- q x Toufrnos, 2s 4a and 4 6 "• f shino 8 and 1 3 Q eal . ljf 6a ts, liLutto.'i and Beef "* I .wilt Metal Polish sid and Oil I' er tin ' To-morrow Night's paper for oonHnuafjon f ; I.lst. Qf > FLETCHER. ,0 *> \ : CASH SUPPLY SfOhUS. ' '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914

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