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The death occurred at Pirongia, on the 22nd inst. of Mr. Win. Jones, formerly a member of the armed' constabulary, and for many years constable and clerk of the court at Te Awamutu, aged 51.

ME-ICAX. CURE FOLLOWED' fflßffKUf Intense Itching Eczema Drove Him Nearly to Despair—Chief Surgeon of a London Hospital Catted It , Worst Case He Had Ever Seen — Got Little or No Relief Until CUTICURA STOPPED HIS UNBEARABLE TORTURE " About four years ago, in London, 1 \ was troubled by a severe itching and dry, scurfy skin | f**'~' on my ankles and I l; \ teet. The same, 1 In a ew days, I was the case with j my arm s and 1 l\ scalp. I could 1 VI \\ \>J\\u—-4\ hardly keep from I ■\ 1/ V\y®. I |K\\ scratching, which, _1 \\m V \ 1 neec * bard 1y I jci_ Vs. jsay, made it B~"*— V—l t_ worse. Then j t_=r-//^ ' ar 6 e ie & patches | n—s_i appeared, with ! \\ ■ J j^-i; vS3Ssm inflammation ] J|) J and soreness. I 111. 1., —- I After ten days, thousands of Email red pimples formed. | On becoming dry, these caused intense itching. I was advised to go to tho I hospital for diseases of the skin. I did co and was an out-patient for a month ' |or more, the chief surgeon saying: 'I never saw such a bad case of eczema.' i But I. got little or no relief. Then I | tried many so-called remedies, but I be- | came so bad that I almost, gave up in despair. On coming to this country I heard so many accounts of cures by CutiI cura Remedies that I resolved, as a I last resource, to give them a. trial. This I was after suffering agonies for twelve months, and right glad am I that I did so, for I -was relieved of the almost unbearable itching after two or three applications of Cuticura Ointment. I continued its use, combined with a liberal use of Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Resolvent Pills and am more than thankful to say that after using three Beta of the Remedies, I was completely cured. I can only add that, should any one be suffering as I did, I hope that they will do as I did, and I am sure of the results. Henry Searle, Cross St.. . Little Bock. Ark., TJ. S. A., Oct. 8 and 10,1907." Send to nearest depot for free Cutl-curaßoo-onTreatmentof Skin Diseases. Cuticura Remedies are Mid tnroushout tie world. A Single Set often Cures Depot*: London. 27. Cliarternomo Sq.; Parts. 5. Rue d« la BB! Australia, R. Towne 4: Co., Sydney; Soutn Africa, Lenncra, —a.. Cap* Town, etc.; U. 8. A. PoVUr Cm* * Cflim. Corp. Sols Props. Boston. FARMERS, raetefes, black smiths, painters, and alt . others who labour, need , LANE'S MEDOLINE. The nicest, cleanest and most healing- article ' ever prepared ■ for the hands. Use it daily. »/- everywhere. i 3 { THE BEST ANB § c ; Purest 1-ledicsNe ! ! j EVER MADE. § o « Don't bo without a bottle. You § j will not regret it. Try it to-day. a ■ < What makes you tremble so? j» [ ] Your Nerves' are all unstrung, and i a NEED a gentle, soothing TONIC \ 1 to assist nature to repair tho damage I | which, your excesses have caused. E l " _ Sulphur Bitters | j. to be taken by the glass like other C c 3 preparations wMch stimulate only to | ir 1 DESTROY. If you have FAILED 1 t ,l i| to receive any benefit from other j? d § [ medicines or doctors, do not despair. ft vI 5 Use Sulpbux Bitters imj mediately. X T In all cases of stubborn, deep seated J & A diseases, Sulphur Bitterg is the best t> c 2 —-edicino to use. Don't wait until f V to-morrow, try a bottle to-4ay. j Prepared by A. P. Ordiray & Co- *Unufacturin _ Chs—usta, New York. U. S. A. LAIC'S hMULSiOiI ,o : always te g«od. ;o Consumption can be cured. Not iv all cases, but very many. The ;o last stage is wlien it Is too late. n " Take consumption in time. Cure n ; 't w!,th fresh air arid Lane's Emul- •' slon when it is only a cold Ask -t voui doctor. He knows that fresh 13 ■ air is good, and he knows that in Lane's Emulsion is good. That Is in why he orders both. Fresh air and Lane's Emulsion will wonderin fully strengthen your, lungß, your nerveß, your digestion and. your 1( j whole body. Read the evidence j_ we are publishing from day to day. — Sold everywhere in two sizes, 4/6 _ and 2/8. Take nbne but Lane's.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 72, 25 March 1909

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