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Image from page 565 of "Canadian grocer July-December 1896" (1889)

Identifier: cangrocerjulydec1896toro

Title: Canadian grocer July-December 1896

Year: 1889 (1880s)


Subjects: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food industry and trade

Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co. [1887]-

Contributing Library: Fisher - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto



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o change was made in prices and discounts.The question of delivery was discussed andThe Canadian Grocer understands somechanges may be looked for later on whentrade conditions are somewhat improved. BEAT HIS OWN RECORD. C. E. Colson, Montreal, has just returnedfrom a western trip, and says he found busi-ness much better than he anticipated. InCrosse & Black wells peels he beat his pre-vious records. Some years ago the dutywas advanced and peels were partiallymanufactured in Canada. This cut serious-ly into their trade, but local makers, findingit difficult to compete in quality and price,have nearly all given up the manufacture,hence the large increase in import orders forCrosse & Blackwells brand. PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. Arch. Hutchison, of the St. LawrenceStarch Co., Port Credit, is back from apleasant trip to Europe. W. D. Stephens, manager Geo. Glass,Port Hope, was a visitor to the Fair last week. Geo. Glass, Port Hope, also visited Toron-to last week. 18 THE CANADIAN GROCER


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Li Hung Chang Has come and gone. He of the Three-Eyed-Peacock-Feather and Yellow Jacket has sweptfrom before us with all his Oriental Magnificenceand will shortly take active steps in the shipmentof our direct importations from his tea gardens. Already in store we have China Blacks of un-usual excellence—for blending or straight teas. Incidentally we might mention that we have yeta few short lines of our first shipment of NewSeasons May Picked Japans—values that cantbe beaten. Hamilton . W. H. Gillard &. Co. -— xi* HI JOHN MOUAT, Northwest Representative, WINNIPEG XIX xix X»KX»KX»K¥»XX«K«KX»XX»XX»XM»XX«XXIXX«X«XX«XX»X^»KX«XX»KX«XX«XX»XX»XXIX>r»KX»XXIXXtXX«X>flXX«¥IXXtXX»XX»XX«XX»X«XX«XX»X«K«J)<»X¥»J< xwxixxixxtxxixxixxixxixxix^ixxixwxxixxixwxwxxix^ x»x XIX Six XIXXIXXIXXIX XIX xix XIXXIX 1 XIX xiR m xix XIX xix XIXXIX XIXXIXXIXXIX XIX i xixxix XIX xix XIX §£ XIXXIXXIXXIX



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