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Manawatu Times, Volume XXVII, Issue 7807, 22 August 1903, Page 4
A LESSON FKOM THE WI^.O j SHOW. The Show has corno and gone, and it now remains only a scries of impressions. Of these none will be move vivid than the splendid quality of feeding roots shown. The first prize-taker in mangels and Swedes, Mr S. "W. Luxford, is to be complimented upon the magnificent specimens of Sutton's Prizewinner Mangel (aptly so named) and the Crimson King Swedes with which he carried off the bonoui'ci. Tin's success is only a repetition of the inevitable result which attends Sutton's Pedigree Boots where.--• ever they are shown. Messrs Sutton guauantee that all seeds bearing their name are grown under their most careful personal supervision from the first stocks in esisjenpe, It is also significant that Mr Seater, the first prjjje-taker in Long Bed Mangolds and "White Belgian Carrots procured the Seed from the "United Farmers' Co-operative Association, who are also sole agents for Sutton's Famous Seeds. This is a record of which the Association may well be proud.—Advfc, As the eye ing season is arawing upon us again I wish to invite inspection of Massey-Harrie and Imperial bicycles of intending purchasers. ■ Before laying out £28 on a bicycle you want to know that you are getting satisfaction for your money. The Massey-Harris and Imperial bicyclee give entire satisfaction. Call at C. S. Piekaring, near Bank of New Zealand, Palmerston North. Box 81, Telephone 192.-Advt.