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KEPI PRISONER By AWFUL HUMOUR _ ■ Hands, Arms and Ear in Serious Condition with Eczema—Cared for by Doctors, Dispensary and Nurse but Got Only Temporary ReliefCould Scratch Herself to Pieces. SOON COMPLETELY CURED BY CUTICURA REMEDIES * .w'^'A 1 ? 7 duty to let you know about my being cured of eczema. A year ago last April I chilled my blood and it caused my hands and arms to break SHJ;. I H 86 ** *? tr y a" kinds of things and <L^2 d two d lffe rent doctors and also atqn_Sfr i for three months, i™ had .a nurse come to the house for seven weeks. They uw„ fi to ease m « for the time but it would all come again and by nient I could .scratch myself to My SnS,'^l r i ha 3 been an hour every night banda S e s on my arms and hands. Almost everyone m High St. could tell __S Sft?' a s J?. ffer ? r X *« and the docdme *&* J shouid n ever be able *° do my washing again. t™ %i Ma 7 m 7 ear became awful, ra tr^ of M «. Cutler's child b , el .°g cured by Cuticura « l a ° ei E nb °2r kindly went and saw her _S perfect prisoner and could not rT,H_ g ? fe _ he 1- or Mrs. Cutler told her if I tried Cuticura she felt sure it would do mc good: r sent Sfnr'rn^? 7 f °J 5, u ticura Soap? Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Pilfe. I shall the first "«» lused them: _n_T a ?nJ_ d _ S e f°.u I wsd fchree sets and at the end of the week I was a dif___f?nS c rT- Thi f was month, _L tIJ 8 ™! n °- had a SDofc on m 9 R m^- «L ha T c kepfc , on vsta S Cuticura ffn J l shaU - A friend of mmc had her baby nearly all covered with sores. I told her about my cure. Mil k' sh L h! £ seen the st ate I was in. She bought Cuticura Soap and ment anS her child is now quite dirSrC ent, thanks, to Cuticura" v^T^'iU 3lsll Sfc " Stonehouse, Devon England, Dec. 1,1907 and Jan. 12,1908." «,^ c S d nearest depot for free Cuticura B 00k on Treatment of Skin Diseases

PIANOS, ORGANS, Etc PEICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES — English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. S. Coldlcutt, Manager. pIANO TgABGAINS. gEE JTEW -jyjODELS TO OUE0 UE "" YftTINDQW, FROM £32 1() / CASH. TTIRE ITIEKMS FOB Q.OOD TBON--piKAMB piANOS, FBOM jCM M ONTH. PIANO BUYERS ABE INVITED TO INSPECT OUK STOCK. rnHB TONDON AND JJEBLIN -piANo r*o., 215 AXD %L 7. Q UEEN " ST -'' W. E. WEBBE ...... Manager. . Established 1886. .' " . PIANOS AND ORGANS. — World's Leading Makers. ( Sale, Hire, or Exchange. Call and" Inspect. —F. Moore and Co., nest Smeeton'a. . . TAILORING. A REALLY SMART SUIT. £2 5/, £2 10/, £2 15/, _n_ £3 _/.', ; MADE TO MEASURE. . The Suits now procurable from GEORGE DAVIES, 46, Queen-street, opposite Smeeton's. at the above prices," are really superb in style, fit, and finish. They equal in appearance the Suits Auckland men have been in the habit of paying the tailors who give credit five or sl_ guineas for, and they possess one point which no other firm can supply—'the famous Keep-Shape Front. The "K,eep-Shape" Front is a registered-front that ensures the coat from turning back and getting out of shape. It is the latest idea from the best Loudon and New York tailoring establishments, and Mr. Davies Is very fortunate indeed in possessing the. exclusive right to use this front In coats made in New Zealand. Gentlemen who have already had suits made at the Ohristehurch establishment since the "KeefhShape" front was introduced have been highly pleased wiith' the splendid coats produced. X'tten, special care i_ given to every detail in the making of every garment, and Mr. Davies is so satisfied that your suit will give complete satisfaction when you-order ft from him that he has authorised us to state that he will give a written guarantee to refund your money .should you not he entirely satisfied with the garments when yo.u receive them. We attribute the difference of £_ in the price of Mr. Davies' suits as compared with the ordinary made-to-measure suit largely to the modern methods adopted in the making of the garments, and, of course, also to trie fact that he sells entirely for cash, giving no. credit whatever, thus making no bad debts; and, after all, it does seem absurd that one man should have to pay a higher price for his suit just because some other fellow fails to pay for I his; but that Is just what happens, for | somebody has to pay for tnose wno do not pay, and It Is naturally not the tailor who j gives credit; it is the man who does pay • you. Mr. Davies has just opened in the Auckland branch a very iarge shipment of jthe newest autumn and winter suitings, ; direct from the manufacturers. They ln- ! elude all the latest shades and coiourimjs in the fashionable brown and green i worsteds so much worn now, and many heautiful lighr. materials, and the standard , qualities in blues and blacks, which are j guaranteed to retain their colour, being of the best possible dye. Your early inspection of these splendid suitings Is Invited and | advised. The address is: GEORGE DAVIES, 46, Queen-street, Auckland, and at Christchurch, Wellington, and Dunedin, M 135 ______S___S_!_S___S_____ "^^"^—i^^M—i YOUR friends will _c delighted -to get - copy of the "Illustrated Guide to Auckland," obtainable at the "Star" Q&co ana .all Stationers. Price _A-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909

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