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Image from page 267 of “Canadian grocer July-December 1895” (1895)
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Identifier: cangrocerjulydec1895toro
Title: Canadian grocer July-December 1895
Year: 1895 (1890s)
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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Text Appearing Before Image:
THE AREA IN E/flCH CIRCLE R E PRE.S E.)XT5 THE QUANTITV OF TE.A CONSUME.0 IN G,RE/»T 8f?IT>1IN IN THE. YEAR NAMeD ^^^/9£P/^£SS/VT,S /A/0//fA 7k/9. /?£P.R£.SEA/TS C£yiOA Tk/J. ■■■ J?£P/i£^£/vr^ C/y//^/9 Ts/9, Ceylon is the approaching tea. Consumption in Canadaincreased 600 per cent, since 1890. It has already taken the place of China teas inGreat Britain. Study this diagram; thirty years agothey drank 95 per cent. China, to-day lower than 10per cent. The man who will get in on the bottom ground makesmoney today. He will get the beginning of everybody.When competitors comes his fame and commerce arefirmly established. We need the chums of The Grocerto get in at first in. this Ceylon tea deal. Be surethat it’s a pure Ceylon you get. 28 THE CANADIAN GROCER

Text Appearing After Image:
Branches— MONTREAL: 1731. Nicholas St.TORONTO: Wright & Copp, 51 Colborne St.WINNIPEG: E. W. Ashley. THE ST. CROIX SOAP MFG. GO. ST. STEPHEN, N.B. ONE CAUSE OF HARD TIMES. THE Grumbler sat in his workplace chair ashe opened his morning mail, hefrowned on the letters earlier than himthere, and his face seemed unhappy and pale. Hescowled on the clerks once they spoke tohim, he yelled on the meek cashier, and theerrand boys, so white and slim, slunk out ofthe room in worry ! The Grumbler swore atthe workplace cat and sneered at his girl clerk,as in entrance of her little desk she sat, pre-pared for her weary work ; he glared at thebookkeeper so meek, he scolded the sales-men too—not one of your entire employees daredspeak for worry {that a} storm hed brew ! TheThinker entered the workplace door and walkedto the Grumblers desk, he seemed straightthrough on the empty retailer with a smile thatwas picturesque. Hows biz? he requested, inan simple tone, as, unbidden, he took a seat—the Grumbler uttered a weary groan, and

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