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Image from page 268 of “Canadian grocer January-June 1898” (1898)
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Identifier: cangrocerjanjune1898toro
Title: Canadian grocer January-June 1898
Year: 1898 (1890s)
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Topics: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food business and trade
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co. [1887]-
Contributing Collection: Fisher – University of Toronto
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Eby, Blain Co.,Limited, have the goods. Right back requests for Circle tea are nowbeing filled by Lucas, Steele & Bristol.They have recently had an innovative new device placedin their particular warehouse for packing, 1st ofthe sort previously noticed in Canada. W. H. Gillard & Co. are offeiing specialvalues in teas to retail at 30 to 35c. Theseteas, state the company, keep a handsomemargin when it comes to store, including present un-bounded satisfaction towards customer. Rutherford, Marshall & Co. tend to be making aspecialty of starting honey in 5, 10, and60-lb. tins, ideal for shipment to theKlondyke. This product is an excel-lent replacement for butter or good fresh fruit, and cannotbe hurt by frost. NEED FOR CHEESE. The London Grocers Gazette, speakingof the cheese scenario claims : The marketfor cheese has been driving through one ofits means of dulness once more, but this time around thedull period was protracted to a some- Why Not Have aPermanent Ceiling ? One that is highly imaginative, and certainly will giveyou enduring satisfaction.

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Our EMBOSSED METALLIC PLATES For Ceilings and Walls Offer handsome results that cant be excelled, andare additionally fire proof and hygienic. Could be easilycleaned, and not break or disappear, like plaster. 150 designs to pick from, with boundaries andmouldings to match. Forward for our catalogue, and discover their manyadvantages. Costs are in everyones reach. Metallic Roofing Co., restricted TORONTO just what inordinate and trying length, havinglasted for all months. The trade hasbeen an unsatisfactory one at all times, bothas regards the need and as to results toimporters, whose businesses happen forthe most part the reverse of remunerative.The commencement associated with restriction of thedemand appears to have dated from about thetime when buyers here begun to show anxietyto secure the autumn make forward,and this had the effect of operating rates upbeyond the limit where cheese sells freely.The reasons why such anxiety should havebeen shown this year is hard of ex-planation, while the knowled

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Image from page 957 of “Canadian grocer January-March 1919” (1919)
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Identifier: cangrocerjanmar1919toro
Title: Canadian grocer January-March 1919
Year: 1919 (1910s)
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Subjects: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food industry and trade
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co. [1887]-
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Natural Cinnamon Flavor.A delicate, spicy flavor favored by many- ilM there was an excellent margin ofprofit for the Dealer. [ Order asupply from your Jobber—Now. I x &mTO^mssssKS«<»,vv, .v^ummmm wi iii. ci-OVJIs genuine Clove Flavor.A favorite associated with the cigarette smoker. Attractive Hangers and Cut-Outs Sent on Request.Manufactured by O-Pee-Chee Gum Co. restricted. London, Canada. Canada Food Board Confectioners License No. 11-415 CANADIAN (; K O C E K March 28, 1919 $mn rm

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—lends real distinction to hospitality.Each glass offers the fine aroma ofthe blossoms of Japan and flavorthat comes only from tender leaves,properly cured. The Japan Tea Growers Asso-ciation additionally the national ofJapan destination their particular guarantee oneach pound — an assurance ofabsolute purity. Tea is a medium of no incon-siderable level of nutriment.18 —Enc. Britannica. ^lllillHIIIiHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII^ advertisements similar to this into the big Dailies Maintain the Grocers inventory of Japan Tea Moving the quantity of revenue becoming securedthrough dealing with any particular pro-duct is managed by the power ofthe consumer demand. Systematic consumer marketing and advertising,backed up by unique incomparablegoodness, has created a need forJapan beverage, that you will find it profit-able to cater to. Various other dealers arereaping better profits out of this trade.So is it possible to. larch 28, 1919 CANADIAN GROCER made inCopper KettlesBoiled inSilverPans

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