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ft,MEDICAL.SIRED HERSELF mil LITTLE SOl » Mother Had Rin/jworm—Boy Had a Very, Bad Place on Thigh— andjlrew More Painful tMedical US-ED GUTICURA REMEDIES WITH PERFECT SUCCESS ——; —■ "I. have used Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment -with most perfect §6uccess. " T-welv*J years ago I used them as a complete cure for ringworm, after having had a medical man in attendance and recently, my little son, Norman, had a very nasty place on his thigh. Wa did not know how it was caused but I had medical treatment in N— for it. But as time went on it got larger and .more painful.7'Hememhering how I had used for ringworm, I tried Cuticura Soap.and Cuticura Ointment for my' boy and they quite cured his leg. After that a similar place came on his arm which I am still treating, but it is almost-unnecessary, as it has nearly gone and the child is quite well. I shall alwayß have pleasure in recommending Cuticura Soap and Ointment for any disease of the skin whenever I see an opportunity. Mrs. Phoebe Andrews, The Laurels, Tharston, Long Stratton, Norfolk, Oct. 9, Jan. 15, 1907. ? ' " ■ _\ ft_ -, _, Send to nearest depot for free Luticuraßook on Treatment of Skin Diseases. ITCHING TORMENTS ! From little patches of eczema, tetter, milk crust, psoriasis, etc., on the skin; scalp, or uands of infante, chi-di-en- or adults are instantly relieved and speedily cured, in the majority of cases, by vann" baths 1 with Cuticura Soap and gentle anointings of Cuticura Ointment, the great .Skin Cure. Complete External and Internal Treatment lor Every. Humour ot Intants. Children, and AdulU consists ofCutloura Soap to Cleanse the Skin. Cuticura Ointment to Heal tfco Skin, and Cuticura Re•olvent or Cuticura Ke»lvent J*»S <Chocolata Coated) to Purify the Blood. A Slnfle ftlolln Cures. Bold throuf hout the world. Depots: London, ST. Charterhouse B<l* f«\s. * fa 2fi,» ?° > J •?• %&*' i Cleanse ~ I The Vitiated .1 Blood j When you see \ Its impurities \ Bursting through I The Skin i In Pimples, j Blotches \ And Sores. i Rely on Sulphur BH> iters and Health win 3 follow. Prepared by A. P. Ordway A Co. Maoufactu Chemists. Nkt York.. P. B. A. ■ SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Was proved at 'the Supreme Court of Victoria mjßr to be a preparation of genuine merit. IMSIST DPOH THE CEHUINL Trom the nrrt dew o* o>«rln* *** ' Stt__ cea*e la »lmo«t every cue. It hu fln Jj rand peim-umtlr tha f»T wvxmt I cases of SpiUpsj when erery other remedy "■ m had failed, KnpUih urioa 4/S and 11/-. I H Thounndiof Tettlmomt&lt. m Of all Chemist*, Stores, etc. EM WBOI.ESALB AGXWTB •■ _\ SHARIANQ & CO., LTD,, AUCKLAND AND , ■ WEU-ffICTOM. W.Z. H Pripirtd by _\ I. W. mOHOU. Phmrmiu;tutlcml Ch.m/it, ... .M-. 25. HigSi.Htu, Belfoat..lreland.. TNBiraANCE THE SOUTH BRITISH INSURANC] COMPANY. LTD. Capital Paid-up, Be-lnsurance, and Generi 1 Resefye Funds .exceeds:"£s44ooo.; • ' FiRB -AND-^MARINE 7 ..AND-, ACCIDEN r RISKS' ACCEPTED "AT- CURRENT ■ rates.* ; i Prompt and Liberal Settlements. - " Profits Retained in the Colonyy Local Institution. A. S. RUSSELL Branch Manage iTTTCTOR-IA INSURANCE COMPAN*! l-V.. LIMITED. ; ' (Established 1849.) ! 0FF1CE5.....,.,... .21, SHORTLANP-S! Opposite "Star" Offlce. ■• . • Accepts Fire,-Marine,-and'Fidelity.-, Guarantee Risks at Lowest Rates. Prompt and Liberal Settlement of Claim • - '■■ -• FRANK EVANS. ; Manager for Auckland: and Taranakl. WE TAKE ALL RISKS! 't National INSURANCE CO. OF -N.Z.. LIMITE! ». FJCRE, MARINE, and ACCIDENT, * Including Mortgagees-Indemnity, Empl.c 1 ers' Liability and Workers' Compensate ©races: 101, QUEEN-ST., AUCKLAND. NORMAN T. WILLIAMS, Manager.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 70, 23 March 1909

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