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.(Leading- Lines AT LJSNJNIJB’S. TURNIP SEEDS. * * * Being- Direct Importers from Leading Home Growers, we can supply; the very Best Strains at LOWEST PRICES. Swedes, Aberdeens, or Soft Turnips of guaranteed germination. With our seeds you need SOW, ONLY ONCE. POTATO BLIGHT. * * * The Vermorel Knapsack Pump is the very best Sprayer on the Market. Please cafl and inspect—handy, complete, and sure ; capacity 31 gallons. PRICE 60s. NIQUAS. * * * A certain cure for Potato Blight, Mildew, Blackspot, Red Spider, etc. 1 Quart, 2s 9d, makes 8 to 10 gallons wash. , 3 McDOUGALL’S - WASH. * * * 1 to 40 Solution will kill all insect pests on fruit trees, roses, Greenhouse Plants, or Animals, without injury to the most tender foliage. Pints Is 6d, Quarts- 2s 6d, Gallon 7s. NETTING to protect Fruit from Birds, 50 by 4 yards or 100 by 2 yards. TANZA for spraying Potatoes 2s and 4s per bottle. Gishur&t Compound, Summer Cloud, for shading Grcenhousee. Fumigants and a full stock of Garden Sundries of all kinds at •1. Lennie & Sons, SEEDSMEN, IRUITERS, AND NURSERYMEN, 34 DEE STREET, INVERCARGILL And at Waikiwi Nurseries. Telephone 291 * * * * P.O. Box 167.« The Hon. Mr McNab, Minister ot Lands, after visiting Central Otago, believes that £50,000 spent in irrigation would be worth far more to the district than £IOO,OOO devoted to the central railway. For XMAS PRESENTS—A 5 0 r 10 lb Box of HONDAI LANKA TEA is always acceptable and appreciated*

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 44, 29 December 1906

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 44, 29 December 1906

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