Title: Canadian grocer January-June 1892
Year: 1892 (1890s)
Subjects: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food industry and trade
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co. -
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Algoma University, Trent University, Lakehead University, Laurentian University, Nipissing University, Ryerson University and University of Toronto Libraries
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gmust commence withvigor in the reasonably near future,out-weighthe effects of a temporary ebb in the de- mand. The usual result of dulness is seenin the cutting of prices for yellows, and whilethe lowest acknowledged price, 3^c, isbartlv the cost value for stock laid downhere, there are some instances of sales at3^c. and even 3.35c for lowest grade yel-lows. This is a violation of the agreementtn which jobbers are bound by oath and the^riok of a big money forfeit, but it is said thatsome travellers are still unsworn. Willett & Grays New York Weekly Statis-tical Sugar Trade Journal contains thefollowing notes on sugar : Raws—There has been just sufficienttendency towards lower prices since our lastreport to decide sales of centrifugals at3 716c, instead of y/zZ. Earnest offorts to WRITE TO CLEMES BROS TORONTO, FOR DATES.FIGS. NUTS.SPANISH ONIONS. LEMONS,ORANGES.CRANBERRIES. We will gladly send Samples and Quota- tions on application. P. C.LARKIN&Co., 25 FRONT ST. E. TORONTO.
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N. B.—The old Standard Brand ofHORSESHOE Canned Salmon stilltakes the lead, and affords the greatest satis-faction to both dealer and consumer, and foruniform excellence in quality and weighthas no equal. EVERY CAN WARRANTED. J.H.TODD&SON, Victoria, B.C., Owners. AGENTS, Stanway & B.ivley, Toronto. Agents for Ontario W. S. Goodhugh & Co., Montreal. Grant, Horn & Buoknall, Winnipeg. THE CANADIAN GROCER 15 We Please Them All! We deduct from prices the cost of travel-ing men, and all allowances for bad debts.We sell Shears, Scissors, Pocket and TableCutlery, Silver-Plated Flat and HollowWare, Gold Pens, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,and a great variety of Show Case Goods.Send for catalogue. THE SUPPLY CO., Niagara Falls, Ont. The British Columbia Fruit Canning andCoffee Coy, Ltd. VANCOUVER, B.C. Importers and Manufacturers of COFFEES, SPICES, MUSTARDS, CREAM TARTAR, BAKING POWDER, &c, FLAVORING EXTRACTS, CANDIED PEELS, JAMS, JELLIES, MARMALADES and CANNED FRUITS. Chivers
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