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POTATOES POTATOES TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS, RETAILERS I AND RESTAURANTS, ETC. We expect to be able to supply your full requirements I of Tasmanian Potatoes towards the end of this month. I BUT YOU MUST ORDER NOW! PHONE 32-100 and ask for "POTATO t ORDERS" —Extension 43 ... or CONTACT OUR PRODUCE SALESMEN TURNERS & GROWERS Ltd. CITY MARKETS i f If your system is not working as it should, you probably require u something to help restore the healthy rhythm of the body. Re. 1 member to take a bubbling morning glass of Andrews Liver Salt I whenever you feel your system needs it. The result will be an allI round improvement in your health and spirits, a clearer complexion / and sparkling eyes. I Here are the reasons why Andrews is the ideal family laxative:— % «. ••■ « e "lt4 *• T /*/*** *" \ F,RST * • Andrews'sparkling effer- i V vescence refreshes the mouth and tongue. NEXT. .Andrews settles the i::' I ! (jj stomach and relieves acidity, one : ! :.| 111 of the chief causes of indigestion. ill ! ■1 I THEN . . Andrews acts directly on 111 •■ 'I I t^Le ver checks biliousness. WeeWBB)!! ° 6 - "" ® I FINALLY. • Andrews gently clears, L OL-y the bowels, correcting conFor Good f/ealth remember qour ANDREWS The Pleasant Effervescing Laxative 19/4 Scott & Turner Ltd., Andrews House, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. |WHY DOES YOUR FROCK LOOK L MUCH WHITER THAN MV SHIRT ?J —-"~~~r ece j^^/O*)***^ Best for the family—tempting flavours, rich, warming, sustaining. Best for you—so easily prepared, and one whole quart from each packet. Made by W. GREGG & CO. LTD. Pure Food Specialists * Forth St., DUNEDIN.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 188, 10 August 1945

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