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BUSINESS NOTICES. , GREAT CLEARING SALE AT FLETCHER BROS. Whole of our Stock of CHINAWARE. EARTHENWABE." CUTLERY, PLATEDWARE, and BRUSHWARE, Reduced 20 per cent. (4s in the £). No goods will be replaced, so this is your opportunity to buy any of the above at not less tha 4s in the £ Discount off present low prices. Herewith are only a few of the hundreds of Bargains to be obtained at this GREAT CLEARING SALE. Japanese White and Gold China Cups and Saucers—Were 14s 6d per dozen. Clearing Price, 10s 6d dozen. Or 3 Dozen for 30s. 10-inch White and Gold Dinner Plates. Usual Price 18s 6d per dozen. Sale Price 12s 6d per dozen. Japanese China Egg Cups. "Usually 2s 6d per dozen. Clearing Price 1s 3d Dozen. ;.,«-, «. • Japanese Teapots, with strainers. Usual Price Is dd. Clearing Price 11 d each. . Grey Madrid Vegetable Dishes. Usual Price 8s 6d. Clearing Price 4s 6d each. Big reduction in Lamps, from 4s to 6s Discount in the £. JOHNSON AND LOCKWOOD'S ETC., TABLE CUTLERY: Table Knives—Usual Price 255, 28s 6d, 32s 6d. Clearing Price—2os, 22s 6d, 26s Dessert Knives—Usual Price, 24s 6d and 27s 6d. Clearing Price 19s 6d and 225. TABLE SETS, Knives and Eorks Ebony Wood—Usual Price 38s 6d dozen pairs. Clearing Price 14s 6d dozen pairs. * White Bone—Usual Price, 15s 6d dozen pairs; Clearing Price 12s 6d dozen pairs. Cases containing Half-dozen each Table and Dessert Knives. Usual Price 24s 6d. Clearing Price—lßs 6d. CARVING SETS, all reduced not less than 4s in the £. James Dixon Best Nickel Silver Ware—Usual Price—Teaspoons 7s 6d, Dessert Spoons and Forks 12s 6d, Table Spoons and Forks 18s 6d dozen. Clearing Price—6s, 10s, and 15s per dozen. Electro-plated and Silver-plate Spoons and Forks, usual price Teaspoons 12s 6d, Dessert Spoons and Forks, 18s 6d, ' Table Forks and Spoons 255. Clearing Price 9s 6d, 14s 6d, and 19s 6d. Bargains in Silver-plated Ware, Cruets, Jam Dishes, Butter Dishes, Butter Knives, Bread Forks, Jam Spoons, etc. WATCHES subject to 5s in the £ Discount. TUMBLERS in GREAT VARIETY— Usual Price—ss 6d, 6s, 6s 6d, 7s Cd, 8s 6d, 10s 6d, and 14s 6d per dozen. Clearing Pries — 4s 6d, 4s 9d, 5s 3d, 6s, 6s 9d, 8s 6d and 11s per dozen. Bargains in DINNER-WARE, BEDROOM-WARE, and TEA WARE, Etc. REMEMBER—EVERYTHING TO BE CLEARED OUT AT BIG DISCOUNTS. Ptease Note—Goods Cannot Be Exchanged During the Safe. FINEST GROCERIES AT CUT PRICES. Roller Flour—2slb. Bags 4s 7U, 501b. Bags 9s, 1001b. Bags 17s 3d, 2001b. Bags 32s 6d~. Thistle Flaked Oats—Small Bags Is 6d, or 201b. bags 7s 6d; Creamota Is and Is 9d packet. NEW SEASON'S DRIED FRUITS, j CANDLES. B. d. . ■ B. d. Finest 3-Crown Cleaned Currants ' Eclipse Candles, per lb 0 8J per lb 010 Magnet or Searchlight Wax, 0 11J Finest Golden Sultanas 0 9{ National Sperm, «per lb 13 New Pansy Brand Seeded Rais- Carnage Candles 1 3 ins 6 8J Dried Peaches, per lb 010 KEROSENE, Laurel and Big Tree. Choice Cooking Dates, per lb 0 8 n m . n Choice Dessert Dates, per pkt 011 £ er Tin 9s 6d Lemon and Orange Peel, per lb 1 3 Cas® 1% 9" Choice Prunes, per lb 0 8 „. . 5 9 a mes for • t, . , 90, ° Sib. Tins Dessert (Prunes 1 9 Spirits of Turpentine—Bottles Is and Is 9d, per 4-gallon tins 24 6 EDMONDS' BAKING POWDER. Small Tins Is 2d, medium size n , _ nn „„ OJ -._„ tins 2s, large size tins 2s 4d, Per lb- 3d: 701b. Bags 1/s 3d, 1401b per dozen 275. _ ,h^ s f*- _ Edmonds 1 Custard Powder, per Brewers' Crystals Sugar—large tin 10T. w ?er. Bag 18 0 Edmonds' Egg Powder, per tin 2 4 Ll Sh* or Dark Brown Sugar Silo Baking Powder, per tin 1 £ 'olb- Ba Ss 16 6 KvrkpatTick^s Baking Powder, per HIGHLANDER M!LK. F<?tt rti2" k>B Baklng P°Wd6r ' Oil Per tin 8*d< Per dozen Ss 5d > P6l" Garland's Custard Powder Bd. n cas® B%, 6d- \ , Foster Clark's Custard Powder lid oc°f ,and £ Illk , „.„ } % _ t .j i a Nestle s Coffee and Milk 1 6 a a Nestles Cream, per tin 1 0 CREAM OF TARTAR, BAKING NEW SEASON'S FISH. SODA, Etc. Wallace Fresh Herrings per tin 1 2 Finest Cream of Tartar, per lb 3 10 6 tins for 6 9 Finest Clovep Cream, per lb . 110 Conner's Herrings in Tomato Brunner Mond's Baking Soda, per Sauce, per tin 0 11 lb. 0 4 jMaconochie's Mackerel in Sauce I 3 Steven's Health Salts per bottle 2 6 Booth's Herrings in Tomato Finest Powdered Boras, per lb,' 10 Sauce , 13 Borac'c Acid, per lb 16 Maconoehie's Kippered Herrings 1 4 Powdered Sulphur, per lb 0 6 Morton's Herrings in Anchovy (Washing Soda, per lb 0 2 [ Sauce 1 0 71b for 1 0 Capstan Herrings in Tomato Lilley Washing Fluid, per bottle Sauce 0 11 sd, and 0 9 Crystall Spring Sardell 0 8 English Caustic Soda, per lib tin 1 2 N.Z. Mullet, per tin 011 Euglish Caustic Soda, per 21b. tin 2 3 _ SALMON COFFEE EXTRACT, Etc. £ mall ns j|rom ,lOd tJ tin- x . .Large tins rrom Is od per tin Grieg's Essence of Coffee, pints ! Sardines small Bd, 9d, and Is. Is 3d rep quarts 2 9 k^g Oscar Is 2d. ' Brooks'' Essence Coffee 1 6 Sardines Is 4d, Is 6d, and Is Bd. Camp Coffee, per bottle 110 nnr^ crts 2bSymington's Essence of Coffee 2 0 «0 1 C0, A ~" 1 , „, , o , , o „ SvmingWs Dandelion Coffee 1 0 Aulsebroots lid Is 9d,and 3s 4d Grieg's Club Coffee, 2s and '3 11 Triumph Cocoa lid, Is 8d and 3s 3d String's Maori Brand Coffee 110 %**&>" *">-,*""» ls 8d > llb 8? s J d Strani's Soluble Coffee, per tin 1 0 Fry s Breakfast Cocoa per tm 1 0 Harp Brand Coffee, per tin 1 2 Fry's Homoepathic 8d Is 2d and 2 6 ' r Van Houten's Is 6d, 3s, and 5 9 Bournville Is 5d and 5 6 MATCHES. RICE, TAPIOCA, Etc.— Finest Japan Rice 41bs for 1 0 Plaids, Bell's, or Palmer's, per Finest White Sago 31b for 1 0 ,j o ' z 0 9 Finest Pearl Tapioca 31b. for 1 0 Per Gross 8 6 Finest White Flaked Rice 6d and Bell's nr Palmer's Royal Vestas 0 11 Ben s nr aimer i g White , g Fuked Tapioca FlakQß Q v Bell's No. 5 or 250 Vestas, oval Barolla, per packet 1 0 or square corners per pkt 1 8 Semolina, per bag 16. Bell's 1000 Vestas, per tin 011 Crown Brand Macaroni, per pkt 0 7 Ship Brand Safety Matches, 2 Crown Brand Vermicelli, pkt 0 7 packets for 1 0 WOW IS THE TIME TO BUY IN YOUR WINTER REQUIREMENTS AT Great Clearing Sale, PO. BOX 67.. TELEPHONE 24.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9583, 10 April 1919

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9583, 10 April 1919

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