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G rown 20 Quarters per Acre? I | This is the World's Record Crop yielded by GARTON'S NEW BREED OF

G rown 20 Quarters per Acre? I | This is the World's Record Crop yielded by GARTON'S NEW BREED OF

WHITE OAT, "THE LEADER." PEDIGREE, WAVERLEY, ABUNDANCE. NAKED OAT OF CHINA. JJ' "THE LEADER" the First New Oat to Produce 5 Grains in a Spikelet. i The Heaviest Cropping Oat ever Grown. ,) Vy Samples and Catalogues with full particulars, free on application tx>: ; I GABTONS Ltd.
31 January 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Established 1877. LENNAP^Ai Britiah.' 01»»„, "V -fig BOOTS 211, High

Established 1877. LENNAP^Ai Britiah.' 01»»„, "V -fig BOOTS 211, High

31 January 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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' Ti T - *- e - I ' \\ 8 8 7 17 V2S t 21 88 28 24

SO 31 \ T EVERY DRIVER.
31 January 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Ocean Wonder.

Ocean Wonder.

BRITAIN'SLARGEST LINER astonishing contrivances. -Marvellous as are the public rooms and state rooms of the new Cunarder Aquitania— , Britain largest liner—the immense restaurant, the ivy clad garden louiigo, the historical gallery of art, the Hospital smoking room, the Pompc-ia
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Mr. Mortimer Singer and Lad in their balloon from a ei v.' 1 their racehorses in training at**" Sussex. The

Mr. Mortimer Singer and Lad in their balloon from a ei v.' 1 their racehorses in training at**" Sussex. The

balloon tooK 1 o. . u eleven miles of their dentins- plO' ''Owing there being Board's tmanceß are 1 V. lamented the Secretary of tn , e Ml'.*■ tery Board iu a letter read , &c-' Borough Council, New Zeal* ,' co t£ 'i.e ',< 'signalman T. Leaf, i- ~ worth, was walking to his bo- c
26 May 1914 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

—•— BRAVO, BRISTOL ! " AND OTHE VERSES. Under this title Messrs J. W. Arrowsmith Bristol, haw just published broohu •inch contains a collection of typically febc ous verses from the pen of Fred Weatherly, whose gift as a song writer arned worldwide recognition. The inte wined im
7 December 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
"BRITISH SHIPPING."

"BRITISH SHIPPING."

Messrs Paul, Trench, Triibner and Co., Ltd., recently published an admirable book "British Shipping, its nistory, organisation an! importance." It has been issued as one of a serite dealing with national industries and has been written Adam W. Kirkaldy, pro- lessor finance at th
7 December 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MAGAZINES

MAGAZINES

Several articles bearing on the present .hostilities appear in the ' Cornhill.' Admiral Sir Edward Seymour writes of Naval Warfare Today "; Robert 0. Witt describes tramp made o i Battlefield between the and the Aisne," after the armies had passed, [in the latter part .September
7 December 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FOOTBALL AND THE WAR.

FOOTBALL AND THE WAR.

The Press Association says the Council of the the Foo Si Association will Co-clay consider tne submitted by Mr D. n- S SS that Association cup-ties Effi U abandoned this season after the pass Council they will ask for sanction to ghen the' League to promote a cup competition thi
7 December 1914 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England