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Eczema or Irritation of the Skin. -^^ —— Nothing spoils a good disposition quicker, Nothing taxes a man's patience, Like an irritation of the skin. Piles almost drive you crazy, All day they make you miserable, All night they keep you awake. Just the same with eczema. Such miseries are daily decreasing; People are learning they can be cured; Learning the merit of Doan's Ointment. Plenty of proof that Doan's Ointment will cure Piles, eczema, or any irritation of the j skin. • I Bead the testimony of an Ashburfcon ; citizen. i Mrs James, Cambridge Street, Hump- J stead, this town says:—" I can recommend Doan's Ointment- as a splendid household remedy. I have used ie miny timos t'nr cuts and sores, and am most pleased with ! fche results. It i& the best preparation for healing that I have ever come across. I obtained it at the Ashburton Drug Com- ' pany's Store." [ Doan's, Ointment is splendid in all j diseases of the skin, eczema, pilop, hives, inßect bites, sores, chilblains, etc. It is perfectly safe and very effective. Very often two or three pots have completely cured chronic cases, which have resisted other remedies for years. Doan's Ointment is sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 3s per bi>x (six boxes 16s 6d) or will be posted oa receipt of price by Foster, McClellan Co., 76 Fitfc Street, Sydney, N.S.W. But be sure it is Doan's.

DALGETY & CO., LIMITED ! PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN OTAGO. 8600 Acres, leasehold, rent 5d per acre, near Palmersfcon, carries 4000 sheep; 7 roomed house, woolshed, etc. Price on application. 1897 Acres agricultural and pastoral land; portion good fattening land; carries 1000 ewes, but with cultivation would run 2000 ; close to railway, and easy distance from Dunedin. .£1 15s per acre. Splendid Agricultural Farm —1400 Acres —one mile from Railway Station j mostly all heavy river fiats; Splendid Buildings. .£8 10s per acre ; also, adjoining 969 Acres, Price J63 per Acre. 1082 Acres first class agricultural farm divided into 13 paddocks; magnificentlhousf of 15 rooms; 12 stalled stable, and outbuildings; 13 acres plantation English trees. Price .£8 per acre. Pastoral .Run 14,500 Acres leasehold 3100 Acres Freehold. Rent 4d per acre; first-class grazing country — warm and sunny. 1000 acres ploughed and laid down in English grass; good buildings; 8000 sheep, 100 Cattle, working plant, etc. An exceptionally eound property. Price on application. 400 Acres Splendid Grazing Land; carries 700 ewes, good buildings. Easy distance from Railway. .£4 10s per acre. 515 Acres, close to Railway Station. Splendid Sheep Country — warm,« sharp soil. Subdivided into 15 paddocks. £6 2s 6d per acre. Graziug and Agricultural Farm, 1061 acres, of which 300 acres are heavy agricultural land, balance good silver tussock, within one mile of railway station. £4; exceptionally good property. 150 Acres rich river Flat Land, very convenient to Dairy Factory. £21 per acre. 1551 Acres, noarly all ploughable, fencing material, 6 draught horses, stack oatpu j sheaves, 88 acres turnips given in ; 1 mile I from school. .£3 per acre. 1000 Acres Agricultural and Pastoral Land, runs 500 ewes; Price £1 per acre Also adjoining 700 Acres, similar country, with 600 Acres Leasehold. £1 5s per acre.. 5003 Acres Silver Tussock Country, with 260 Acres rich Agricultural land, mile from Railway Station; church and school. A cheap Property. 150 Acres Freehold, 50 Acres Leasehold, ! good buildings; 2 miles from Railway ', Station and School. £6 per acre. A large number of Farias and .Grazing Properties. j Full particulars and reports on pro i perties on application to \ DALGETY & COMPANY, LIMITED, : Ashburton, Dunedin, Timaru, 287 and Christchurch,

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905