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MEDICAL,. DOCTOR ADVISED USE OFCUTICURA Patient's Arms and Hands in Fearful State—Burning and Itching were Unbearable —No Rest NightorDay —Five Months of Intense Torture. HOPELESS CASE OF ECZEMA SOON CURED "Six months ago I used some green dye, and I think some of it must nave got into a small cut y^r^SkrV^ii. A on m y right hand. j£sZ£*t>vS& JASoon I began to sufKsLntTirfciM'}&*/"j^ er intense pain, first *? m y ri s£t arm and TsW~?&2ji7 then in my left. I Vr) "" '¥a tried several reme3£. /Jc dies, which only - y*\ aggravated the Si arms - vnbU I decided £? v. iT^S- , 'to consult a doctor. * > V' fering from eczema following poisoning. By this time the arms were swollen and in a fearful •tate; in fact, so bad that I -was rendered almost helpless. Needless to say , , I obtained no rest night or day. TbA burning and itohing were unbearable. I followed the dpotor'e directions, but obtained only temporary relief, and the eruption extended from both shoulders to the finger-tips. I felt quite hopeless, and regarded everything with very little faith. However, acting 6n the doctor's advice, I started Using the Cuticura Soap, Outioura Ointment and Outicura Resolvent Pills. lam pleased to say instant beneficial results were forthcoming, and with a continued use of the Cuticura Kemedies I was free from the intense pain after five months of torture. Mrs. Florence Whittingham, 75, Oakfleld Terrace, Cattedown Kd., Plymouth, Devon, Nov. 13, 1907." The agonizing itching and burning of the ekin, as in eczema; the frightful ecaling, as in psoriasis; the loss ofnair and crusting of scalp, as in scalled head; the facial disfigurement, as in acne —all demand remedies of extraordinary virtues to successfully cope with then}. That Cutioura Soap, Ointment and Pills are such stands proven by testimonials of remarkable cures when many remedies and even physicians have failed. One set is often sufficient to oure. Send to nearest depot for free Cuticura Book on Treatment of Skin Diseases. Cuticura Remedloe are sold ttuooehDut Uie world Principal depotsi London. 27, Caartertouie Rq.. Parts, ft, Hue do la Pali: Australia, Tl. Tbwdi * Co.. Sydney; So. AMca. Lennon, Ltd.. Cape Town etc.: Japan. Maruya. Ltd.. Toklo: U.S.A.. Pottei Orue 4 Chem. Corp.. Sole Piobs_ Boston. TTl*"" , *''*! wiili'm nnr nm ii in> ii nailing ii iiii n»njiirmun GIVE HIM B. 1. M. If you've a friend who has a cold, a cough, a chill, or an attack o! influenza—if you want to do him a real good turn—then give him 8.1.M., which as everybody knows, BONNINGTON'S CARRAGEEN ISllOn SIIUOO ! The oldest and best, the pure and the sure cough and cold cure. I Often imitated, but never equalled I Here is a sample Testimonial— i one of hundreds:— : "■ Si».—t azs net solicited for thl» testimonial, but will testify to the good your ; Irish Moss ba« lione for mc. I was laid up for »Ufteen weeks with a severe attack of Bronchitis and a hacX'.ng cough. I proj cared a few bottles of your mixture from one of out local chemists, and In a few darn 9 I got great relief from my chest trouble. I Whenever I find a cold coming on I always ! fly to Bonn!n£ton's Irish Moss, and thus prevent 2. further inconvenience • "John Finiay, ' "Grain, Chafi and Firewood Dealer. I " Hawexa." Ask for, and take no other i but j BONNINGTON'S. SANDER & SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT Was proved at JP the Supreme Court of Victoria to be a preparation of genuine" merit. INSIST UPON THE GENUINE. MOTHERS TRY FENTON'S NURSERY IHAJIR LOTION AND HEAD SOAP. KILLS ALL NITS AND PARASITES. FENTON, CHEMIST. KARANGAHAPE-RD. yy H I DOES EVERYBODY TAKE TV TORALINE f§P^fl DENTISTRT. A. E. HOBBS, SURGEON DENTIST, Opposite Strand Arcade, next Sayings Bank, QDE EN-STREET. •T-Tionp 446. ARCHITECTS. EDWARD MAHONEY & SON, ARCHITECTS. QUEEN-ST.. AUCKLAND. TENNIS SEASON. — We have just landed Racquets. Presses, Nets, and Balls, all at Ix>west Pi Ices; also Racquets Hepaired. — J. Wiseman and Sons, Ltd., Queen street.

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 80, 3 April 1909

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