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TAXI SERVICE PIGGOTT MOTORS Beg to announce that they are NOW OPEN for business in the PREMISES LATELY OCCUPIED BY THE FARMERS' AUCTIONEERING COMPANY. TWO NEW FIVE-SEATER OAKLAND CARS. ONE 7-SEATER SUPER HUDSON. Mr J. Piggott Mr B. Piggott OAKLAND AGENTS. Salesman and Garage Manager: Mr. LES. HOWE (Late of Gallagher and Howe). Taxi Service Day and Night. PIGGOTT MOTORS-PHONE 159

"Unspeakable Jazz" must vanish away Out into the limbo of yesterday ! Rs music and dancing are fierce and free, Suggestive of vice and vulgarity. Nothing degrading for ever can last, Let us revive the sweet grace of the past, And for the coughs and the colds we endure Still take Woods-' Great Peppermint Cure. Business Notices. BANKS AND £)EAN, MONUMENTAL MASONS. DESIGNS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION. Manukau Road, Newmarket AUCKLAND. 'Phone A 2766.

THE SUPERIORITY OF WATER-SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE WATER-SOLUBLE Phosphate is dissolved by the first snower ot rain that falls after it has been applied to the soil. WATER-SOLUBLE Phosphate is thus carried down to the roots of the plants automatically, where it at once begins its work of nourishing your crops. WATER-SOLUBLE Phosphate is the form of Phosphate which gives the quickest and most reliable results, as has been conclusively demonstrated by countless experiments made in all parts of the world. Is the One and Only Form of WaterSoluble Phosphate. Manufactured from High-grade Nauru/Ocean Phosphate. Superphosphate is a fertiliser of world-wide importance. Every Farmer Should Use It. Obtainable from all Merchants and Storekeepers or direct from the Manufacturers. (No. 1.).

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Pukekohe & Waiuku Times, Volume 11, Issue 839, 7 September 1923

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Pukekohe & Waiuku Times, Volume 11, Issue 839, 7 September 1923

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