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I  I- 1 S?gar Supplies o — INSTRUCTIONS TO HOUSEHOLDERS. Official sugar registration cards are new being printed for the Ministry of Food. They are about Sin. long, and nearly 4in. wide, and a perforation across the centre divides the card into two parts, one of which will be kept by the retailer and j 1 one by the householder. The householder is required to fill in the name and address of the retailer from whom he resires to purchase the family supplies of sugar, and to sign a declara- tion that no other sugar registration card has been signed on behalf of his house- hold. Directions for the use of the card are printed on the back. These state that the card must be sent or handed not later than Monday, November oth, to the retailer whose name and address have been filled in. The retailer will tear off and keep the upper part, and return the lower part to the householder after en- tering his name and address in the space provided. The following notes also ap- pear on the householder's part of the card:- "Before December 30th, 1917, the sup- plies of sugar at the shop where you have registered may not be sufficient for you to buy sugar there. After December 30, 1917, you should be able to buy at the shop where you have registered the authorized weekly allowance of sugar for your household. You must then be pre- pared to produce this part of your card whenever required to do so by the retailer named upon ti. It, alter Dec. oOth. you have any difficulty in buying this weekly allowance from your retailer you should communicate with your local fool office. "It will be your duty in case of a re- duction in the number of your household, to make a corresponding reduction in your purchases of sugar. In case of any increase of household your retailer will, as far as possible, allow a corresponding increase in your supplies." The caution is given that any person altering any entries made hy the local food office on the card is liaLle on con- viction to a fine not exceeding £ 100, 01 six months' imprisonment, or both.

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