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LAUNDRESS CHARGED WITH TRIPLE MURDER. BRISBANE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

LAUN'1DRESS C{IHARWD1) W ITH TRIPLE MURDER. BRISBANE, Wednesday.; The Salvation Army, Brisbane, is in re ceipt of a large number or messages .o sympathy in connection with the. girls home fire. Jane Nightingale, aged 26 years, a laun dress, appeared at the police court thi, morning charged xwitlh having murderef Connie Denzer, Emily Holborn and Chris tian Morzel at Taringar on 27th January. Constablle Wilson, of Idooroopilly, do posed that about 5.30 a.m.t yesterday In: saw the accused in High-street, Tcowong He had a conversation with her, and she told him something. Accused (hotly): Youi are a liar. I told you nothing. Continuing, witness said he took hier to the watch house. At 2.30 p.m., accom panied by Sub-Inspector Harren, Sergeannts Bell and Henderson, lie took accused to the morgue and showed her a body. \Wi~ ness said to accused, "This is.said to be the body of Connie Denzer," and he then ar rested her. Nilghtingale dsaid. "I did not nurder her. They cannot hold me respon s...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

Coiutnon wealti) .Tianh of Rusttrahia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank is open for all clas?sn of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS av SoEQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, IIELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaid-, Perth, "Jfobart, Brisbane, Rockhamnpton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances :nado to, and dre.fts drawn on forei'n places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. retters of credit ijsued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Ranking and Exchange Bu?inose of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kincdolm and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Viotorlan Contral Ofhico: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNU. .lranobs in the abore cities and 2,000 Agl noloe at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Doposito from 1/- ao o 300. Interoet at 3%. per annum, O~poalto or .Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within t...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER, THAT DOES MARVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

A H-OMEM?ADE HAIR GROWER, THATi- DOES MIARVELS,. During the last few years announce merits have appeared occasionally telling how ,to make a really good hair tonic that would actually make the hair grow, and it gives us great pleasure to learn that s, many who have tried it have. btained such remarkable results. One lady -writes that .immediately after reading thle formula she went to her ohemist and had him. put up as directed, 1 ounce of La-ona de Comnpo see, ¼ drachm Menthol Crystals and 3 ounces Bay Rum. She took this home, and, although her hair had 'been falling out ter ribly, and she- was threatened witli bald ness, she iss astonished and delig'ht?l tJ note that, .c falling out of the hair s:opped inm ilaomtely, and the hair itself legan to grow in an amainag mlannll. I1n fact. she states that it has already grown neayly 8 inches in a little cv er two n ?iiihs Mtoreover, heIr hair i uonr heriglrher, glop sier and more luxuriant ti;:n ever, a.t! is astill gr:winig. She rubbed ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRICE OF BREAD. EXPLANATION SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

PRICE OF BREAD?:' EXPLANA\ ION SU :C: ?STED. : A matter that is .puzzlig. and' :dirtres-: sing not a few residents in certain:s;biitbrls of Melbourne is the varying price of bread.: There seem to be distinct liues of demarci-' tion drawcn between districts; On one?eide of this line the same loaf dclireied by, the same baker will cost d, or I d. more than on the other. In Pra;bi.an.foi ex ample, where careful housewivies from,.all parts of the city do most of '.theiir .soft. goods shopping, the 4-lb. loaf 'cost' 7d., while across the river in' cRichmond it may be bought for Gd. . Grocers who re tail bread at the higher prices declare that they are not responsible for the differences in price. They simply 'retail the bread according, to the price at -which it is de livered to them. In a feni cases the dif ference in price may be explained by 'the fact that a grocer is Wnilling to "cut" his profit on bread for the puipose of attract ing general custom to- his, shop, but no such explana...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

Throats & 'Chess. special attention must be given to. the throat and . chest in- Auistra Ilia, where it is very vulnerable to disease. A `bottle ' of ? REATHEAD'S MIXTURE kept by you wards off . many dread scour gee, such` as iCoug~ha, : Colds, Bironchitis, Influ- .i , elza, &c. ., 'ES , T " THE' SPOT GREATHEAD'S MIXTURE does not hesitate in its action-it goes straight to the spot, rooting oiit the trouble without delay, and strangling the diqsose at the ou'tset. --- For over 40 years it has been tbe best friend of mothers, who give it to their children- mixed with honey. At all ages and in all seasons GREATIIEAD'S is..an infallible remedy. A OBTAINABLE ALL GROCERS AND -r STOREKEgPERS. . 4r Ready to .Wear Blue Twill Worsted Suits. The Biggest of Blue Suit Values. T-here is io better suit or bigger .value than these Phoenix Gar ments. Abreast of the newest stylds, finely tailored in a bbeautiful quality, .all wool, blue twill.worsted, g u a ranteed S fadeless and long...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOT WEATHER FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

" HOT WEATHER FARE. ?i?sh Patties.-'-A good way of utilising remains of: fish and sauce is to make fish patties. Required: One cupful of booked fish, four heaping table Mioonfuls of any fish sauce, half a pound of pas try,: salt and pepper, browned bread crmbs. Roll out the pastry about an eighth of an inch thick and line rome gmns pans with it, trimming and crimping the edges neatly. Fill- each case with ,ie6 or crusts to prevent the pastry rising up in 11ie centre. Bake for about fifteen minutes, or. 1atii- -lsgbtly-~r:~.irc :-te : ten .rnemov ie--. rice.r Remiaove all skin and boexs . from the fish and :break: into - flakes. fl.ata, the :esa?'ee- and add; encusgh of it -to the fish to moisten. Season care- 'furly; fill the- cases. with, thei nmixtrirc, stprinkle: a: good layer of .browned crumbs: over :he top of eac;c; serve very. hot. "'Mayoiinaise of ,Eggs---Thi.s is a, particularly at tractive look'ng dish. Si hard boiled eggs, "si :venu ized tctn'atoes,'alt s and'pepper,' one...

Publication Title: Leader
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDEN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

ANSWERS .TO: CORRESPQNDENi '.1 ; ilvcr er Ware,--Goddard's .plate .,pownler will .be fouiid very satisfactory, if used according to direc tions.. :.Mrs. E. M.-I have no simple recipe for cider. if a correspondent will stipplp me I shall let you have- it. "'Lucdl:j'?ou can get full infdriration reg-arding the trip to the Grampians from the Tourist Bu reati, at the corner of Swanston and Collins streets. Toby.-I believe thie Loungers' Olub, in Flin ders-etreet, will meet your requirements. You "pay as you go," and the charges for station ery, &c., are most reasonable. S.E.--1 am sorry you -troubled to send down the book of directions, which I am returning, as it is impossible 'to arrange sales betiveen adver- tisers and correspondents. I would suggest your advertising your lace machine. 'P. I-1. By repeatedly applying any black cream polish. 2. The water may be unduly hard. Put your thumbs into thumb stalls at night, after smearing thoroughly with lanoline. 3. New shoes will n...

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LEFT-OVERS. HINTS ON REHEATING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

K LEFT-OVERS. IINTm S ON REIIEATING. 1. The meat 'must only be reheated, not re cooked. 2. U'ie good gravy or stoek, and season well. 3. Rissoles should be moist inside, therefore the addition of sauce or gravy is ntec-sary. 4. It is necessary to allow the meat, to soak in the gravy before reheating. . Warmed up meat loses its flavor, therefore be sure the gravy is .good and. well seasoned.. :i. & All vegetabces added. mudt be cooked .l efore hand. Rissoles of Turkey.-Ingredientst: ? lb. cold turkey; 'lb. ham and tongue, 2 oz. forcemeat stuffl'g,' teacupful cold bread sauce, 1 egg, breatdcrumbsa. Method: Remove the meat from the bones of the turkey and pass with, the h'ani and tongue through a mincing nmachine.' Season with pepper and salt. Add the bread sauce and a little forcemeat-if there is any left. ' Mfik thoroughly with the hands, and' bind this mix ture with an egg. Form into half a dozen cork. shaped pieces, using a little flour to prevent sticking. Coat oadh with e...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPPER DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SUPPER DISHES. " rliimiebry--'This can tbe either moulded or served in custard glasses. It is delicious, as well as light:Y and nourishing. And it' can be ,made hours. beforehand, and only nee:is to he kept cool. Reghir'ed T, hree lemons, tour yolks of eggs, .t lb. 1oaf suglir, . pint watt r, glass nmrsahr 0 oz. 'elatine (a little more ii to bi miouldedl or weather very hot). Wash and dry the lemons. Chip off the rind; thinly, and put them into a basin with the boiling water ansld 'sugar. Leave for one hour. Dissolve the gelatine in two or three tablespoon fuls of boiling. water. Strmin on to.the lemon rinds, add the lemon Juice and the beaten yolks. Sthain ill into a jug, and stand the lattcr, in a saucepan half full of boiling water. Cook the nixture in tie jug like a custa'rd until it thickens, but does not boil. Then add the wine, and pour into glas e. Eggs in Tomato Sauce:-Eggs and tomato sauce fre a delicious combhination, and make a specially pcod supper dish, Required: Four ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

Post Free Send for one of ur i14 Calendars siFAppicationo . " . . . " L590,-C old S1. ve . ,/:3Sleere 'lUnk dumbbells and,- l ci j sils ct L25.--9 ct. Gold Birooch, set wilh 2 LT9.-Gold Prooch, set with 8 real pearls and Links, nicely engraved, 15 t gold real amthysts and 6 genuine pearls. Australian Tournialines, either pink or green a t. gold, 17/6; 15 ct. goldk, dub gells . d " r"al ath st. ai ,...':,i. rice 166, post free 15 et, gold, £1, 1 gold, 27/6 per . pair pink sr srin :"urm ..... " nine ', oi ns or ru le - ------- " . ... .. - 15 et. ol.. ..... 3 10 incl.:.Luding vl:vt/ :: lin.e.d cas. .--..,.... S1106.--15 ct. Gold Brooch, land made, ;h? set. with i real ruby or.sapphire .nd. d I :L27.-15 te Gold Brooch,' set ith 6 gencuine 4 genuine rlint diond, Pc ovines, rubyl, and 16 real pearls; price, 30/, £1 1/. c post free. L7;.--Ilaudsoi e Spray Brooch-, set. witht4 D f er T eav-y Half "o u"mld , Burnished )Padlock Ba?eglet , 9ull l 'ct. gold, £ ___3__" pinIt or green t urmaline...

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SOME SIMPLE CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SOME SIMPLE CAKES. Seed Cale.--'leiquired: Ten ounces of flour, three, ounces of sugar, two ounces of clarified drip ping, one tealpootful of baking pow,?der, one teaspoonful of caraway seeds, one egg,'. two table spoonfuls of milk. Proceed as in the flist recipe, and bake for three-quarters to one hour.-. Spice Cake.--This makes a nice change,, and is made as seed cake, substituting' a teaspconful of mixed' spice for the caraway seeds. If liked, a .ittle chopped. peel can <be added. School Cake .(,o eggs).--Recquired: One pound of flour, : quarter of a pound of dripping, -a quar ter of a pound of currants, 'A. teaspooiful of 'nixed spice, five ounces of sugar, a small tea spocn'ful of carbonate of soda dissolved in about a gill of tepid milk. Proceed as in first recipe, baking for about an hour. Rock C'akcs.--Pquired: Half a pound of flour, one teaspoonful of baking, pow\der, 3 oz. each of butter 'or dripping, sugar, currants, 2 oz. of candied peel, one egg, half a gill ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
USEFUL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

"USEFUL RECIPES. :leef Olives.-Ingredients: Half dozen slices of beta, remains of forcemeat stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes.. Method: Cut the-beef into neat slices, and cover each withlf forcemeat. Roll -up, -and tie: securely with tape. I'lace these in a sauce pan, cover with gravy, and heat 'thoroughly. If. there are any cold, potatoes, mash and reheat these. -Form these into a border, and dish the olices on top. .Pour some gravy round, and serve very hot. N.B.-A teaspoonful of ketchup -or Worceter sauce may be added, to the gravy if liked, . . To Remould Christmas Brawn.-When a brawn has become tumbled-looking and unappetising, break up the shape, place. in a saucepan, an(i. melt the contents. Iinse out a smaller mould, and pour in the melted bravwn. Allow to .cool, and turn out - when wanted. ' .Laicashire -. ot-Pot.-Ingredients: Any cold cniat, pepper and salt, gravy, potato and onion. Method.--Grease a casserole or pie dish, -Place a layver of meat in the bottom, season With ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECONOMICAL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

ECONOMICAL. RECIPES. Bread and Cheese: Omelet.-This, makes d nourishing dish, and.is a:very good way of using up any dry and odd bits.:of cheese if one-'happens to hrave any on. hand.. Required: Three .eggs, half a pint of milk,.half a .pint of. white breadcrumbs, four. tablespoonfuls .of... gted .cheese,. one. ounce of, butter, salt and pepper. First bring the milk.. to the boil, ,then .throw .the crumbs into, it, and let them soak up. all the milk, then add. the: cheese, "the beaten eggs and salt and.pepper .to. taste. Melt the butter- in. an omelet pan,: put in. the mixture, stir it well for arminute over the , fire, and -then roll it over to -one side of the pan, tipping the pan .well up. Keep the omelet in 'm,' neat, crescerit lalpe. . WhenT it 'has browned on one side, roll it over to the -opposite, and brown that also. Serve it as quickly as. possible on a hot dish, shaking over. it grated'cheese. Swiss Egg Salad.-Eggs are cheap and also nourishiuig, so egg dishes often figur...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME DELECTABLE SALADS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SO -ME" DELECTABLE' -SALADS.-! The-- making of a good salad is quite an. art, The-general idea of salad is a few lettuce leave.i. and.a:temato or two thrown in. Of course .there are many who may fancy they are quite capable of preparing salads without further -instruction; however, like most other things, a little informa tion given may. not be amiss, . The main point is to serve the salad fresh and cold; and, if green, to have -the leaves crisp and quite, dry, If water is left. on leaves it is anything but appetising. The leaves, which -requite washing, should be well .rinsed .to free them from, dust and insects and then dried in a towel by swinging them round and,- round. As nearly all: meats, vegetables and fruits :mnay be served as salads, the variety is great; : On the Continent salad is always handed w-iththe -roast, and it is fast.becoming a popular customn in England.- ..The salad. dressing is quite as important as the ingrediefits in the salad. RULES'-TO BE OBSERVED IN TIHE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOARD OF WORKS LOAN. HOW IT IS APPORTIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

BOARD OF WORKS LOAN. HOW IT .16 APPORTIONED. Particulars hive been in ,le ava Jable by the secretary to the 31ett l,-pi.ta" Board of\\;orka of the appropriation of the board's forthcoming loan of :c350,000. "\e will spend about £200,0i) on lails, Ibranieches and reticulation," said i.1 . ' ibbi, "by December of ti:t year. III addition, there will be about £17,0!)') spelt on house connections, £10,000 on farm preparation, £7000 on pumping station and main out "fall, and certain amounts for land pur chases adjoining the Metropolitan farm at \errihee. The IGovernment is putting through a short act of Parliament to per mit of us purchasing about 100 acres of additional land, in order to arrange for the distribution of sewage to more advantage, cepecially in the winter months. There are also expenditures to be met of £28,001; for reservoirs, ordlinary reticulation about £25,000, and £60,000 for the O'Shanassy scheme. A large expenditure will also be involved on water meters. for the manu...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YARRA IMPROVEMENT SCHEME. OPERATIONS OF SYNDICATE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

YARRA . IMPROVEMENT SCHEME, OPERATIONS OF SYNDICATE. .The growing suspicion thalt the nationali policy of beautifying the Yarra and redeem ing alienated river frontages is in danger of being cleverly exploited by persons in terested' in the sale of land cloise to the river banks will not be allayed. by recent events in the eastern suburbs. Cei'tainly the operations of some laund purchasing syn dicates will make the 'reclamation of river frontages more costly. Within the last few dlays it has come to light that one syndi cate has obtained options to purchase ex tei:sive properties near East Kew. from t'bout the site of the \Villsmere Dairy for a considerable distance along the Yarra valley. The total acreage over which op tio.us have been secured is set do;vi at 15(00, and the average price of the option at about £90 per acre. It is stated that the hinome c, -tmhe syndi cate is in S:3yiney, and that its objective is, the forn'mition of a scl -su-'i.tasiing settle ment, conducted on c...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TERRIBLE RAILWAY FATALITY. MAN STEPS FROM MOVING TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

TERRIBLE RAILWAY FATALITY. IMAN STEPS FROM MIOVING TRAIN. A sensational fatality happened on Tues 'ay.iat the riilway iiaduct above C'laren dloni-strcet.;South Melbourne, as a Port Melbourne train was pas-ing citywvards. Seated:aloine in one of the compartments was a young miarried man, named liegi' oald .Allen,. who as on lis way to the GCeneral Post: Ofice, where he is employed 'as -aletter: sorter. As the train.passed aeroas-:the bridge .he , apparently mistook the :iron -railing for the Fiinders-strcet platform, and though - the t.irain wa travel ling at' very rapid speed ihe stepped through the door of the TaIt carriage in which he was riding. The force at which the train was moving drove him right over. the bridge,.' and he fell head foremost to' the iootway-orer 20 feet below. •The accident was .witnessed by several employes at the Pobur tea warehousae, who, seeing an object falling from the train, at first thought that a coat had fallon or blown away. They were horrified, on...

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APPALLING FIRE. SALVATION ARMY HOME. WOMEN HEMMED IN BY FLAME. TWO BURNT TO DEATH. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

APPALLING FIRE. . ;SALyTATION ARMY HO\IE. WOIX- o HEMMlIED IN BY FLAME. £,X\ ;.BUr. T. T? DEATH. BRISBANE, Tuesday. : teri;lbisc £,r occure ed a? t dta'rlight this muornal n at; Trigia;,-o"a :e of the suburbs of iBbisl c n e u riinchh thiiee women lost theirl iv:el and. i? theei sustained more or e uirdan e wfrhicth was uied by the als atning 4 asa aliome for. girls,y was a large 'etnotloried wooden structure, the upper balconry being a' t ood height fromn the groiund.. The'i firi was noticed shortly .after 4 o'dl;o:e litt it had secured a-:strong hold. The inmates were quickly roused, and some madle 'their escape frpen the building, which was burning fiercely. Several women were cut off on the upper story, and as the smoke and flames were reaching them they jumped to the street, suffering broken ambs and bruises as a result. The building was soon reduced to ruins, and a seaidcl revealed the fact that two women had been trapped in the building and burnt to death. They w'ere identifi...

Publication Title: Leader
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FARM, DAIRY & STATION. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

71 § ANSWV.ERS 3 TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Bl~onv :Slheep. -E L 8,.--,See answer to Alpha in this column. Measurement.-No Name or Addres.--Tl?e piece of land contains 10 2-3rd acres. -.Measureient: of Tank.-PecqUasus, Balranald; The tank contains 6000 cubic yards. Stubble.-Joan, Baoclhus Marsh.--The answer is in the affirmative to. both questions. Seed Wheat.-Subscriber, M-ilbrelong.-The ad dress vas given in. the notice, viz., Avoca. Bracken.- LO.H., Amphitheatre.-Iegret unable to supply address. Land Measurement.-J.T., Leongatha.--The area of No. 1 field is 42; acres, and of No. 2, 38 1-6th laers. Wire Netting.-Puzzle, Tyers, asks some prac tic?l reader to inform 'him how to distinguish the top from the bottom of the netting. Butter Fat Test.-A. II . 0(., Kennedy's Creek. We have never heard of.a case of this kind before. Are you sure there is no 'error in calculating the tests? Potato Digger.-Farm. Manager wants to know "if .ai-one can tell hiht whether the Hoover potato :digger can be...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SPECIAL NOTICE.. It was int wnded to mail circular to our cus Stoniers requesting information as to the progress .of their crops sown this lhst season. The -time at our disposal, however, is too limited to admit "of this being done. Careful records are kept by us regarding the condiionls under which our 6alt Lake City .Alfalfa .(liucerne). Early Almber' Cane asl other agricul ýuml seeds are raised. /f growers will co-operatte Swith us as regards progress reports, we wall be enablesd to check our rdcords, and. go to wprk wvitli. a greater degree of certai-nty than is pos eible under present conditions. We periodically issue circulars, and are' thus enablel to keep naatters right up to date, with a muiuimnum muknount of correspondence. , . We have always, endeavored to ?haintain the above as STA?NDARID seeds, at a STANDARD PRICE. This couMse is only possible because we exclusively, 'control the sale of tlhese seeds, and, as far as we know ours is the only firm which - p ecialises alon...

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