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*5 3 Notes Down will procure you THE BEST GRAIN DRILL THAT IVIONEV CAN BUY. Subject to withdrawal without notice we offer to supply responsible farmers with either our “Deering” or “McCormick” Drills, any size, either fertilizer or plain, disc or hoe, and accept in settlement therefor — £3 cash and the balance by 3 promissory notes for equal amounts, and due respectively on March Ist, 1908, 1909, and 1910. Every one of the hundreds of these Drills we have sold has proved itself to be a GEPSUIINE SUCCESS. Farmers throughout the Commonwealth and New Zealand have written us In the most glowing terms in praise of their purchases, laying stress on the fact that notwithstanding the variety of grain and manures sown, there was NEVER THE SLIGHTEST VARIATION FROM FIRST-CLASS WORK. Wherever grass and grain were sown last season, the good work accomplished by “Deering” and “McCormick” Drills was reflected in the magnificent crops harvested from the seed so evenly sown and so thoroughly fertilized by them. Particulars as to prices will be forwarded on application, together with our New Catalogue containing details of construction and numerous testimonials from farmers of standing in every State. It will be to your advantage to write us NOW, as the reputation that these two makes of Drills have gained THROUGH SHEER MERIT is such that when the above remarkably easy terms become known. It will speedily become a case off FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. HENDERSON & CO?, SOUTHLAND FARMERS CO-OP ASSN, Invercargill Agents International Harvester Company of America (Incorporated) BRISBANE. SYDNEY. MELBOURNE. ADELAIDE. LAUNCESTON. AND CHRISTCHURCH.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 8, 25 May 1907

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