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BUSINESS NOTICES. .._ ■■' ■' ■ GREAT CLEARING SALE 7* ~' AT ■ ' FLETCHER BROS. ■"Whole ; df -our Stock of OHINAWARE. EARTHENWAREv CTJTLERY, iPLATEDWAHE, and BRUSHWARE, Reduced £9 per cerit.' (4s in the $). No goods will fee replaced, so this is- your opporte&ity to buy any «of the above ;a!t not less th.a 4s in the £ Discount off present low prices. . ' . ' Herewith. a©c -only a few of tke hundreds of Bargains to be obtaiued at tlak <GREAT CLEARING SALE. Japanese Wk&e and Gold China Cups and Saucers—Were 14s bd per dossea. Clearing Price, tOs 6d dozen. Or 3 Daßen for 30s. . ■ iO-inch 'White and Gold Dinner Plates. Usual Price 18s bd per dozen. Sale Price 12s Gd per dozen. Japanese Cliina Egg Cups. Usually 2s 6d per dozen. Clearing Price-is 3d Dozen. , Japanese Teapots, with strainers. "Usual' Pric- Is 3d. Clearing Price 11ti each. ' , Grey Ma&r'id 'Vegetable Dishes. Usual Price 8s 6d. Clearing 'Price 4s 6d each. A , n Big reduction in Lamps, from 4s to 6s Discount m tne £. JOHNSON AND LOCKWOOD'S ETC., TABLE CUTLERS 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. ■_■■-. 1O TABLE SETS, Knives and Forks Ebony Wood—Usual Price ]8s 6d dozen pairs. Clearing Price 14s 6d dozen pairs. Wnite ■. 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 m the *« James Dixon Best Nickel Silver Ware—Usual Price—Teaspoons 7s 6d, Spoons and Forks 12s 6d, Table Spoons and Forks 18s 6d dozen. Glearing 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 6d, 8s 6d, 10s 6d, and 14s 6d per dozen. ■ Clearing Price—4s 6d, 4s 9d, 5s 3d, 6s, 6s 9d, 8s 6d and 11s per dozen. Bargains in DINNER-WARE, BEDROOM-WARE, and TEAWARE, Etc. REMEMBER—EVERYTHING TO BE CLEARED OUT AT BIG DISCOUNTS. Ptease Note— Goods Cannot Be Exchanged During the Sale. FINEST GROCERIES AT CUT PRICES. I Roller Flour—2slb. Bags 4s 7£d, 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 jacket. NEW SEASON'S DRIED FRUITS. CANDLES. ' * ■ a. d ■• dFinest 3M3rown Cleaned Currants Eclipse Candles, per. lb 0 81 , n ™ iv n Ift Magnet or searchlight Wax, O 11* Fineßt Golden Sultanas 0 9J National Sperm, per lb 13 New-Pansy Seeded Rais- Carnage Candles 1 3, ins 0 8i Dried Peaches, per lb 010 KEROSENE, Laurel and Big Tree. Choice Cooking Dates, per lb 0 8 .„. ; _, i Choice Dessert Dates, per pkt 011 £ er m 9, 8 O 6» Lemon and Orange Peel, per lb 1 3 <?eiL Cas« 18 9 Choice Prunes, per lb 0 8 ,• 5 Cas &s for 90 0 21b. Tins 'Dessert (Prunes 1 9 S Pirits «f Turpentine—Bottles Is / and Is 9d, per 4-gallon tins 24 6 EDMONDS* BAKING POWDER. Small Tina Is sd, medium size • „ OJ , . rtl , tins 2s, large size tins 2s 4d, Per lb 3d; 701b. Bags 17s 3d, 1401b per dozen 275. _ ,ba gs f«• _ Bdmonds' Gustard Powder, per Brewers' Crystals Sugar— large tin 1 0 L., + _f ™ »f g 18 0 Esmonds' Egg Powder, per tin 2 4 1 Light or Dark Brown Sugar Silo Baking Powder, per tin 1 t 7Olb- Bagß 16 6 K-.kpatrick^ Baking Powder, p« & H, CHL ANDER MILK. ';ir< ilb rti2 aifk'B BaMnS P°Wder ' 011 li tin BW, per dozen 8s sd, per Garland's Custard Powder 6d. n cas« \ 3J^ 6d' i A ■ Foster Clark's Custard Powder lid Cocoa and Milk 1 4 ■ j i 6 Nestle s Coffee and Milk 1 6 I « Nestles Cream, per tin 1 0 I CREAM OF TARTAR, BAKING ■ NEW SEASON'S FISH. ■ SODA, Etc ; I Wallace Fresb. Herrings per tin 1 2 ■ Finest Cueam of Tartar, per lb 3 10 6 tins for 6 9 I Finest Clover Cream, per lb . 110 Conner's Herrings in Tomato I Brunner Mond's Baking Soda, per Sauce, per tin 0 11 ■ / lb. 0 4 iMaconochie's Mackerel in Sauce 1 3 I Steven's Health Salts per bottle 2 6 'Booth's Herrings in Tomato ■ Finest Powdered Borax, per lb, 10 Sauce 1 3 I Borac'c Acid, per lb 16 Maconochie's Kippered Herrings 1 4 I Powdered Sulphur, per lb 0 6 jMorton's Herrings in Anchovy I gashing Soda, per lb • 02 ( Sauce 1 0 H 71b for 1 0 ; Capstan Herrings in Tomato I Lilley Washing Fluid, per bottle ! Sauce 011 ■ sd, and ' 0 9 Xrystall Spring Sardell 0 8 ■ English Ca-ufitic Soda, per lib tinl 2 N.Z. Mullet, per tin 0 11 I Euelish Caustic Soda, per 21b. tin ■ 2 3 SALMON I ' ' I COFFEE EXTRACT, Etc. | Small tins from lOd tin. ■ (Large tins from Is od per tin I Grig^'s Essence of Coffee, pints | Sardines small Bd, 9d, and Is. ■ in «M rf»n auarts 2 9 IUS Oscar Is 2d. I Books''EsTencicoLe 1 6 .Sardines Is 4d, Is 6d, and Is Bd. ■ .Gamp-Coffee, per bottle 110 CQC^ crts 2s' ■ Symington's Essence of Coffee 2 0 COCOA— ■ Symington's Dandelion Coffee 1 0 Aulsebrook's lid Is 9d and 3s 4d ■ Grieg's Club Coffee, 2s and 311 Triumph Cocoa lid Is 8d and 3s 3d ■ Strug's Maori Brand Coffee 110 Sandow |lb tms Is Bd, lib tins 3s 3d ■ strani's Soluble Coffee, per tin 1 0 Fry s Breakfast Cocoa per tin , 1 0 ■ fiarp-Brand Coffee, per tin 1 2 **££%%?*?s£ *?* *9 6 ■ Bournville Is 5d and , 5 6 ■ MATCHES. R«GE, TAPIOCA, Etc.^-- ■ Finest Japan Rice 41bs for 1 0 ■ Plaids, or Palmer's, per Finest White Sago 31b for 10 ■ doz 0 9 Finest Pearl .Tapioca 31b. for 1 0 ■ ' Per Gross 8 6 Finest White B'laked Rice 6d and ■ Bell's nr Palmer's Royal Vestas . 0 11 ■ Per Doz. 1 9 White's Flaked Tapioca Flakes 011 ■Bell's No. 5 or 250 Vestas, oval Barolla, per packet 1 0 or square corners per pkt 1 8 Semolina, per bag - 16 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 10 HnOW IS THE TBME TO BUY IN YOUR WINTER REQUSRE- ■ ' ' AT - I FLETCHER BROS. 1 Great Clearing Sale, ■ P.O. BOX 67. TELEPHONE 24.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9584, 11 April 1919

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