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1^6 DRINK 1/8 WHY I WFT SRY S TFA SUGAR18 DE<LR- TT JuJjJJJl k) 1 Jj/1 „.f. The British Housewife must not ba I if before long she has to pay J J m ^d. or Id. per lb. more for this indis- mm pcnsible commodity, and the reason for it is just this. The abolition of the Sugar bounty two years ago, when our ——— Government refused to allow the British — public tJ accept any longer an annual gift Important Announcement. »f »i°ut £ 6,000,000 piia ky ,he Foreign ■ Governments on all sugars sold to tbia 15 country, and whereby it was received into We have advanced the price of our England at less than the cost of production, has bad a threefold effect. (1) That the suc,ar has to be bought without being b.,)llnty- SUGARS, but NOT to OUR TEA sngarhas to be bougbt whoutbeingbollnty- d as heretofore. (2) That the liome tax CUSTOMERS. raised by foreigners to pay this bounty has now been taken off, and the price of sugar, say in Paris, which has for years Leen about 5J. per lb., is now 3d, and this has ft 1 1 ftfi ■ 1 caused sales on the continent to go up en r- VlUQPiQI I ItTA?) MlTfcfiAlQ I I ITTOlf) raously; for instance, the trade in France OUUulul vliull OUCbiul vllul | for August, 1903 WM .boat 15 000 t„„3; in A 1 August, 1904, it was over a0,00J ton?, and this causes (3) a great shortage in supply. Buyers of our FAMOUS TEA T1 i<, in conjunction with an enormous i ■ i r-» shortage in last year's crop, estimated at will be supplied with finest Granu- about 700,000 ton?, has sent up the prices by leaps and bounds, so much so that foreign lated or Crystalized. producers have been buying back con- tracts made months ago, at very high pre- miums rather than supply the goods. In CjTT A 1 VVAH ll\ addition, speculators hav^ b*en ve-y busy 0 CjTT A 1 VVAH ll\ addition, speculators hav^ b*en ve-y busy oU irAli at £ (l. D8F ID, round the sugar will command a much higher ——-—————-———————————— price, and, although the grocers have been bravely trying to C5 ride over the dear time, Our Teas are Rich, Ripe, & Fragrant, £ 5 Z And absolutely the BEST VALUE obtainable, wholesale market value. As far as is at present seen, the only possible relief that TUDOR BUILDINGS, could come before next year's crop is avail- I Vw IS I I V S able would be a reduction in the sugar tax, 5 31 Wellington Rd., RHYL but this is such an excellent source of revenue that it is hopeless to expect it. Proprietor, R. W. FORSTER. The Grocer>191104 Telephone No. 0183.

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