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GOOD THINGS For the Garden ; HAVE YOU TRIED OUR HIGHCLASS VEGETABLE SEEDS—In 3d and 6d plackets. Genuine and reliable, and as good as the best. FLOWER SEEDS—The very finest English strains. —100 varieties in 3d packets, and 40 gross Id packets —post free. Id per dozen. SEED POTATOES—AII the best kinds, including ; —Carter’s Abundance, 14 lbs Is 6d ; Sutton's Discovery, 14 lb 3s ; Sutton’s Ideal, 14 lb 2s 6d ; The Factor, 14 lb 2s Northern Star, 14 lb Is 6d ; Eldorado, 7 lb 2s 6d ; Abbey Craig, 14 lb 2s ; Sutton’s Supreme, 14 lb 2s; Star of New Zealand, 7 lb 2s, 14 lb 3s 6d ; Gena of the South, 1 lb 3e, 2 lb ss, 8 lb 20s, and many other money-mlakers. LAWN GRASS. —Our superior mixture. Per lb Is 3d. per bushel, 20s. GARDEN SUNDRIES & INSECTICIDES ;—Tobacco preparations for fumigating or spraying. Niquas, the well-known tree or rose wash. Acme Weed Killer. Garden Gloves.. Pruning Knives and Grafting Wax. Summer Cloud, for shading Greenhouses. Best Brass Syringes, and other aids to Gardening. EVERYTHING FOR THE GARDEN — at— J. Lennie & Sons, SEEDSMEN, FRUITERERS, AND NURSERYMEN, INVERCARGILL. N.Z. Telephone 291. P.O. Box 167. Eggs for Setting. Brown and White Leghorns, White Wyandottes, 15 Eggs ss, postage and packing Is 6d extra- My Brown Leghorns beat the same breed in the N.Z. Competitions by 34 eggs each. MRS GRAHAM, Fairfax. Many years ago Mr J. S. Baxter introduced the now Famous Rava Tea grown in Sunny Ceylon. This delightful beverage has steadily grown in popularity ever since. Try -t.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 24, 5 October 1907

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