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, BUS^ESS NOTICES. the finest groceries at cut prices fietchefTbros. 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 Rates 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 jud«-e for yourself. * & REMEMBER 1 EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED. SUGAR. NEW SEASON FRUITS. s. o. rs ' d ' Al Sugar 561b bags 811 Very fine New Currants, per \h 0 3fc " Golden Sultanas, iv r Ib 0 di Brewer's Crystals 561b bag 9 6 -„„„,,,., 0,. ■ „V 4* per Ib 0 21- -*Juscatels Sultanas, per lb 0 3fc iuing or Castor Sugar per lb 0 3* NeT Pansy S.eeded Raisins, lb 0 *i Loaf Sugar per Ib 0 '2J Now Phoenix Seeded Raisins finest Sugar of Milk per lb 011 v 3lbfi ™f 1° ". Spanish Muscatels, per lb 0 10 FLOUH, OATMEAL. ETC' (Jusfc arrived, but too late for Christmas trade). 2001b Sacks Flom 19 6 , . 1001b Bags Flour 10 6 Caiii'ornian Muscatels, per lb .0 i 501b Bags Flour 5 5 Now Dates, 51bs 1 0 2olb Bags Flour 211 Good Cooking Dates 61bs 1 0 Thistle Oatmeal 251b bags 3 4 IJlb packet New Table Dates Oatiua, Gorstena, and Oto 011 >t 2 Packete for 1 ° v cry fine New Prunes per lb 0 5 The above Prices are about ss.in the CREAM OF TARTAR, ACID, ETC. pound less than what the christchureh s £ Grocers are charging, which we can Finest quality Cream of Tartar easily verify, and the quality of our per lb 1. 0 Fm[t tQ b& equal tQ any and jfafa. Brunner Mond Baking Soda q g than maQy< Powdered or Whole Tartaric Acid _ : ' - per lb 1 6 Citric Acid Crystals per lb 2 4 ' JELLY CRYSTALS, ETC. per oz 0 2 I. -.-i win,,. Challenge Jelly Crystals. Powuered or Whole Boras ° J ' 41bs for 1 0 . , • Powdered or Whole Saltpetre 0 5 The Finest Cheap Jelly in New JCeaFinest Sulphur 51b for 1 0 land, and our customers tell us tltey Fluid Ammonia 3 bottles for 1 0 are better than what many grocers B©B I 2 V»»rt boUles l ° for 4 packets at is. I Caustic Soda, Pyramid brand ■ per tin 6 5 , . ,g. d. 6 tins for 2 4 Our price, all flavours, 6 pkts foi\© II Boracic Acid , peril) 0 9 Windsor Jelly Crystals, 4pkts ; for 011 Crosfiold's Water Glass per tin 0 81 Wh-be's Jelly Ciystal, pkt 0 4| Washing Soda 121b for 0 10i ' . ' P** dozen 4. * Whole Ammonia per lb 1 C Sheet Gelatine, per lb Is 9d and & & , per, ounce O 3 . —. •. Isinglass per packet 0 6 : KEROSENE. . Nels°n?S Gektin6 ' ■ Per Pkt ° * • s. d. . J: , White Rose * per case 9 3 per tin 4 9 . Shell Brand por case 9 0 MATCHES, TOBACCO,, J&TC, per tin 4 8 .._-.. «. a. — Plaid Matches, 3 plrts • for ' 1 0 • VINEGAR, VINEGAR ESSENCE, &c. ; e"NyJ la*fatei^ 3 ' Per doz °-° i. ■ .. s. d. 3 Poodle Safety Matches Essonro of Vinegar to m.-xke one - Per packet 0 3J gallon of splendid Vinegar Ship Brand Safety Matches per bottle 12 4 packets' for 0 11 6 bottles for 6 6 Juno TobaccO} por 6t - ck Q 8 Finest Colonial Vinegar g sticks for 5 0 per gallon 1 8 „- 7 , ' . v T , .. „, Tr . Havelock per stick 0 9 TLnghsu Malt \ megar 8 s ti c ts for' 5 9 • per gallon 2 rf . _ , „. !! o„, Diadem and Golden Eagle W u'ker Jars to hold 1 gallon 311 p ° r st j ok q• p „ „ 2 gallons 5 11 7 cakes for 5 3 2oz Tins Havelock, Capstan. Golden Eagle, Derby, Juno, BAKING POWDER, CUSTARD Royal Stendard» n POWDER. ETC. 8 tins for 7 3 -Edmoud's Baking Powder, small "0 % 2oz Packet Old Judge per pkt 1 0 lar^e size 010 2oz Packet Old Gold, Long Cut, largo size 0 10 White's Cnstarcl Creams 1 12 packets for 1 0 CONDENSED MILK, INFANTS' Dried Yeast Cakes per pkt 0 6 D ETC Garland's Custard Vowder 0 5 ' Tucker's Egg Powder 0.5 a. d. Foster Clark's Custard Powder 011 Milkmaid Milk per tin 0 6 Highland Milk per tiri O 5$ ■ • per dozen 5 3 per case of 4 dozen 20 0 ESSENCE OF COFFEE. Weotened> . wma prsco Symington and Camp " „. . per pint bottle 1 1 Dried Milk per tin 011 Symington's Reputed Quads 2 9 Glaxo Per tin °1J . ! Symington's Imperial Quarts 3 9 Allen and HiYTibury's Food, ■ 1 Simpson's Essence of CofFoo No. 1 and No. 2 P^r tin I « per bottle 0 10 No- 3 Food ° T] ' . gang's Soluble Coffee 011 Neavo'a Food per tin 0 7<H r . Patent Groats and Barley 0 R\ Meilins' Food, Is 6d" and 2 6 -BACKING, AND BLACK „.. LEAD. s. d. SAUCKS, PICKLES, ETC. .oen's Blue per ib 0 9 , , cckett's Bag Blue per lb 0 9 Bottles Worcestershire .ockett's Zob)-a Paste per tin 0 3* ' g auC3 OTI „-Vett's Zebra Black Lead Quarb Tcm^n Sa'.ice 0 11 per dos. 0; 8 .^^ 0 7 Gipsy Black Lead per doz. 0 . / C?-art Bottles 1 O Gi«sy' Stove Paste, tins for 1 0 p iri |. y, o^les Worcestershire Nugget Polish, small size, 6 tins 1 0 Sauce O 5£ Medium size, 3 tins for 1: 0 p,i- e ii O r'p Knnce, pints ■ 1 2 Large size .0 .8 „i r] .p errin , s s^ce ls an d 2 4 Swift Boot Pohsl^- s .^ 7 , foi x Q Kayvvard a^d MelhuishjicMe^ o & Medium size, 4 tins for 0 j _ a " ' Large suse, 2 ims for 1 0 pickk per bottlf 0 n Mustard Dressing, per bottle 0 19. Min^anilla Olives, per bottlo 010 mwtai. POLISH AND FLOOR *iansanuia vu^>, t C4.S Q. ' " s. d. '. • ishine m \ SHEEP TONGUES, ETC. per tin 0 o nor bottle 011 „„„*,,■*, *" J i. iii n f- CM C. and C.F.M. Sheep Tougues t oe- v- por bottle 0 5 «" , llb t ; ng j L , *-a:i- arnish per tin 1 5 21b tins 1 11 la per tin 0 9 c.M.C. Tongues, in glass 1 <> . • Sd and 1 2 | Gear q s Tongues, 2s 4<fc and 4 G ntshine 8 and 1 3 JQ oar Meats, Mutton and Beef tnTirt Metal Polish 5W and 011 I . P81" tiri %c To-morrow Night's paper for continuation c "-!«s List. I • FLETCHER lF^»"S;. I * CASH SUPPLY STORES.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914

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