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Garton’s New & Improved 'T’. « w"Wlk T ¥%€£ Breeds of a Ul I 111 -O • THERE IS GREATER PROFIT TO BE MADE BY USING GARTON’S SEED EVERY PARMER KNOWS THAT. Bead one out of hundreds of Testimonials from users of GABTON’S. Mr George “I am pleased to give my opinion re Garton’s S?eds. As I always compete at the Winter Snow in Invercargill. I have made a practice of trying nearly all the different brands of Turnip Seeds. My experience is that Garton’s Seeds are without doubt the best I have ever used ; I could not wish for better. They certainly cost a little more, but I would willingly pay double than use any other kind.” Simpson, West Plains, Writes — Seed to suit every BoilWright, Stephenson & Co., Ltd. * SOLE AGENTS. “ Challenge ” Turnip Starter The quick growth produced by the use of the TURNIP STARTER is quite marvellous. Turnip Starter and Bones give better results, aud are cheaper than when Bones only are used.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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