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_ BUSm^ESS NOTICES. FLETCHER BROS. GREAT CLEARING SALE I£ HOW_ ON. EVERYTHING TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS >M COST. I*g^ . tfOTE OUR PRICES OF wSm cutlery. Knives and Forks suitable for Camp or Harvest Fields. j^^B White Bone Handled Knives and -HB Usual price" 11/6 per doz. pairs • |H C-rfearinfe-out price 4/6 „ „ ■M .Or 5 doz., pairs for 20/Hr Black Ebony Handled Knives and l|i ' Usual price .... 14/6 doz. pairs *JEp ' Clearing-out price, 5/6 doz. pahs ■,j% Or 4 doz. pairs, for 20/-'' WnUm ■ ?m Buffalo Handled Knives and ■ •'IPS '' I * 'Usual price . .., 27/6 doz. pairs ■ v HHI M Clearing price ... 12/6 doz. pairs 'IHHi Ivoride Handled Knives and BB nil (Cooper, Eye-witness. Lockwood, H I I 14/6 16/6 18/6 P2l/ e- '' and 27/6 a\\ I M Clearing price : Ift 11/6 13/- 14/6 16/6 and 21/---111 "Dessert Knives— 12/6 16/6 SUI7/6 11Ceand 25/Ciearing price: -msm w/ m n l m 14/" and' 20! m ' \^jgg)m Francis Greave Sheffield Cutlery,, t slightly damaged— To be cleared at Half-price. QUEEN SILVER WARE AT CUT PRICES. Tea Spoons, Usual Price 5/6,' Clearing Price 4/6 per dozen.' ■ Dessert Spoons and Forks, -Usual Price 10/6, Clearing Price 8/6 doz Table Spoons and Table Forks^ Usual Price 14/6, ; Clearing Pries tt/6 per dozen ASHSERRY'S A.!. STERLING SILVER PLATE. Fiddle and Old English Patterns.' Tea Spoons, Usual Price 15/-, Clearing Price 11/6 per ctaa .Afternoon Tea Spoons, Usual Price 12/6, Clearing Price 9/6 doz. Dessert Spoons and Forks, Usual Price 27/6, CSearfog Pries 21 /-doz Table Forks anj:l Spoons; Usual Price 36/-, Clearing Price 28/- doz COOPER CELEBRATED SILVER PLATED WARE. We have a very large stock of SILVER PLATED WARE of all kinds, such as Teapots, -Cruets, Jam Dishes, Butter Dishes, Biscuit Barrels, Sugar and Creams, Afternoon Ten, Sets, Tea anil Coffee Sets, Bread Forks, Butter Knives, Jam Spoons, Pickle Forks, Cases'of Afternoon Tea Spoons and Tongs, etc. ■ We wish to CLEAR OUT " the above within the next three months, and to ,gam this end we -are prepared to* accept any reasonable offer. So'if you are thinking of making a Wedding or Birthday Present it will pay you to see our stock. - . , ' (llMllll^ifev CLOCKS. CLOCKS CLCOKS. Vr-}-/ ?W!lS*fe*Kis*»<s*«i-- V'Wjrf>7f«friaE?»SsWsa*-* vT^TI WOOCI, 11*011 mnrlilp <^^i!i^^^^^9i^^^ D^rount of's^iri^he m '^W^^Bfe^ll if Clearing'price 2/6 each ywll^^P^^^i f<JS> "cieoring^-ice 5/3 Seach ißl^^^^llA P^o'-Dayr "Alarm iswF»^^^^^^y4^*2©^^^|Sf"^^s^^ ; pi ear i ?1 o> Wice 7/3 each" Good Strong- Boys' Watches — Watch Chains— from 6d each. fnir/ j. iw^^^L Ansouia Watches —' Qj /%,'^\\ Clearing Pries 5/11 each. Wl'i '/9 '' ': W Swiss Lever Watches — 111 ' Frcm 5/"3 5/11b s/6> 1 I KJ^iFu^^m I 1 8-Day Watch, jewelled in 7 holes n\ ir* PSIM Clearing-Price 17/6. 'WV yJuditjtyn. /Jm Elvira Lever, jewelled in 15 holes I\V /JP , Clearmg fHce 19/6. _-***4r La(lies Watclies 1 in Nickle, Gun ' ' " From.*7/11 cash. t LAMPS IN GREAT -VARIETY. ' Milier' Lamps— CEearing Price, No. 0, 5/9 No. 1 S S/*9 2 9 13/9 Hanging* Lamps— TVi.-il Tiice from 12/6 to 65/CEcarins Prise from 8/6 to 40/Table Lamps—Frwl Price — ' - ■4/6 5/6 6/r. V»j U/6 12/6 15/6 17/6 19/6 21/Clearing Price— 3/3 -3/11 4/9 5/11 6/11 9/6 11/6 13/6 14/6 15/9 Hand Lambs—Usual Price 1/3 1/9 2/6 Clearing Price "Sid 1/3 1/9 Wall Lamps, Usual price 2/3 and 2/9. Clearing Price 1/10 and 2/3. Lamp Chiir.noys, Pearl Top. Clearing Price No. Q, 3 tor 1/ChiniiieVs i'or Hand Lamps— From 2d eash s TsTo. 1, 2 for 1/-, 3, Sd each. Cliimucvr, i'or Miller Lamps— 'No. 0 German.-, 4 for 1/-5 No. 0 American, 3 for 1/-; No. 1 German, 2 for 1/-J No. 2, £d 3 6d, a^J 9d aasSi. Fancy Chimneys, Globes and Shades at Clearing Prices. Nickel Breakfast Cruets — C(oaring Pries from 2/6 cash Dinner Cruets— Clearing Prise from 5/11 each. It pay those about to marry io come to this. GTJEAT CLEARING SALE and t?et all theii; • requirements and SAVE from G/« to 10/- in the POUND. '^;' - An early visit is advisable, because o"-' Stocks of. everyday linos Vi'ill bo "(.ho first to be sold oat at FLETCHER BROS. GREAT CLEARING SALE.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8815, 11 March 1914

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