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Identifier: cangrocerjulydec1895toro
Title: Canadian grocer July-December 1895
Year: 1895 (1890s)
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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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Dalley with ahandsome reclining chair. The recipient of the honors above re-ferred to is a member of the well-known F.F. Dalley Co., and The Canadian Crocerhopes health may be again restored to him. N. S. AND P. E. I. MACKEREL. A ttip of Prince Edward Island mackereland another of Halifax, aggregating about500 barrels, came into Boston early thisweek, and sold at full prices. The receiptsof shore mackerel at both Boston and Glou-cester continue light, and the few sales madethere are at prices above a parity with theNew York market. TRAVELERS VS. GROCERS. Representatives of the Retail GrocersAssociation and the City Travelers Associa-tion, of Toronto, on Thursday decided thegame of baseball adjourned from the picnicat St. Catharines about a month ago. Thegame was played at the baseball grounds,and resulted in favor of the Travelers by 20to 19. The batteries were: Grocers, Davisand Snow ; Travelers, Humphries andClemes Another game will be played onWednesday next. 28 THE CANADIAN GROCER

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Branches— MONTREAL : 17 St. Nicholas St.TORONTO: Wright & Copp, 51 Colborne St.WINNIPEG: E. W. Ashley. THE ST. GROIX SOAP MFG. GO. ST. STEPHEN, N.B. WORK AND LEISURE. A DISTINGUISHED French thinkeronce remarked to a friend that onlythose who lived before the Revolu-tion had any idea of how charming lifemight be. The remark, writes P. F. Cook,in a contemporary, has its significance inthese days in America. We do not, as a na-tion, enjoy life. We lack repose. We hurrytoo much, and seemingly are determined totake our rest in eternity. We are missingthose social delights to which the French-man alluded as being characteristic of pre-Revolulionary days. We are becomingstupid, too, because we lack seriousness andnever take time to think. The societyof France at the time mentioned wascertainly fascinating from its delicate senseof refinement. Even the occasional out-burst of coarseness sparkled with the jewelsof wit ; now it is covered with the tarpaulinof respectability. The coarse fe


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