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0* *■ ■■ ■' 11 11 11 ■- 'tm "■ «>n j Hi—11 ■» » ——— ————qa—^ -ago tee e 1-JE (.! 8 $ 1) $ 8 4 ) i 7T @1 m ,tfip qp \9L @ $Amleni a Tliiniau LmleM a Thinlan S GLAS BYDDWCH AR EICH GWYLIAD COCH | | WP-IAETH AM '*PL 4YERS." | ■P '$ iDooeÐOeo.eeoG :'a,5I81OS eo aaes* oc -a: INN HIGH C;L^SS iyiade urom xt&sKi Home g^gir,i;ru4X CELEBATION OF THE TWENTY- FIFTH ANNIVERSARY, oj FLY, 1898. COMMENTS OF THE PRESS. "The News": "We are sure that our readers will agree that it is far better to buy their preserves MANUFACTURED FKOM FRESHLY- GATHERED FRUIT, amid frosh and beautiful surroundings to those manufactured in close proximity to London slums and after the fruit itself has travelled miles by railway to reach the fac- tory. The English public are not slow to recognise merit, and we are glad to hear that before a Strawberry had bee pcked this season half the present output of the factory for the year ha-s been sold for im- mediate delivery. Our last advice would be: If yw order Olivers' Jams, as you surely will do, see that you get them." "The Methodist Times" "The party afterwards visited the spot- lessly clean factory, and witnessed the whole process of Jam-making from the time THE FRUIT, FRESH FROM THE FiELDS entered the building, to its destination as Jam in the glass jars and bottles. The cleanliness and purity of the whole process was much commented on, and the visit proved a very novel and enjoyable chan from the routine of London Press lifo-" C S. CHIVERS AND SONS' FRUIT GROWERS, HISTON, near CAMBRIDGE.

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