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What happened to Dhanjees Fruiterers, Victoria Furniture Mart, Kapitans, that noisy Royal Tinsmith Company .
Local greengrocer Michel Roberts, of Roberts Fruiterers and Florists in High Street, said: "This year has been a very good one for plums and especially for the Denbigh plum.
In January 1909, just a few months after it opened, the Sydney Mail gave a glowing account of the travelling school, which the writer reported had joined the 'white-tilted vans of the west on lonely roads--the fruiterers, Indian skin-buyers and occasional European grocer.
Dairy products from family favourite Harris Eggs and Cheese, five-a-day essentials from Bo Bo fruits and Ellis Fruiterers, and a supply of some of the city's toptasting vegetables from Mr Nice and Fresh were all thrown into the pot in the one-off culinary quest.
The Worshipful Company of Fruiterers has also pledged 75,000 [pounds sterling] to the scheme in the next three years, and the Horticultural Development Company is putting up 50,000 [pounds sterling].
On our way to school we were often given bruised apples from either French's or Robinson the fruiterers.
Henry VIII ordered fruiterers to set up orchards in Kent.
The "handful," in short order, grew to "a great army of barbers, bootblacks, fruiterers and shoemakers," along with "about 400 persons employed in macaroni factories" and "many Italian watchmakers, bakers, confectioners, keepers of cafes and ice cream saloons, wine dealers, grocers, dry-goods dealers, and many in other businesses.
Arbenz left, and Guatemala was restored to a dictatorship made safe for the fruiterers.
E Morris and Sons Chalybeate Street THIS greengrocers and fruiterers is an institution and a welcome survival of a traditional shop that still puts its goods on the pavement.
The quayside was once one of the busiest places in the district thanks to the Customs House, shipping office and sailors' home, with chandlers, grocers, fruiterers and butchers all catering to private trade as well as the fishermen.
Roath RFC were the first winners and from that season to 1909-10 included winners such as Cardiff Barbarians, Cardiff Fruiterers and Llandaff Yard.
The companies associated with The Livery were drawn from abundant trades and professions throughout the UK, ranging from grocers to gun makers, fruiterers to fishmongers.
Mr Velasco is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fruiterers and was granted Freedom of the City of London in 2004.