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TAPE WORM ■' '■ ' . ,*■■,, " ,> i -•■. ■ ~,-•■ TWENTY FEBT 1W LEIfGTH PASSED BY A LITTLE GIRL AFTER TAKING COMSTOCK'S " DEAD SHOT " WORM PELLETS. - >; ■' Mrsi Olive 18 George ' Street, St. Peters,. Sydney, JFgßF™]jßgg3|t pleasure in relating m y experience of TT'liff tlie wonderful effi- ™ H cacy of Comstock's JB "t 13 'Dead Shot , Worn CaJ|»\ ***** m[ Pellets. One of my • children, Ethel, wliose plioto I enc^ ' was a great jMMreg ß * sufferer from Tape Worm, but after Ethel Mclror. . taking, your remedy she passed a Tape Worm,'twenty , feet in length. tThe .other children were troubled; with Thread Worms, .which a few doses of Comstock's ''Dead Shot , Worm Pellets quickly removed. I "strongly recommend Comstoek's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets, and you have my consent to publish this evidence of their value." , . , Comstock's "Dead Shot " Worm Peliets are obtainable at all chertiista and stores, or Will be forwarded by post (postage paid) on receipt of remittance. Price, Is. 6d. per box (six boxes, Bs. 6d.). The W. H. Comstock Co., Ltd., 58 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W." A small cottage near Sikurangi, owned by R. Antheinann, was completely destroyed by fire on Monday at midnight. The origin of the outbreak is unknown.. The loss is covered by insurance in the' Victoria office by policies of £53 on_ the house and £05 on the furniture and effects. ,■ What about yoiir toy's sultt Why hot let v§■ clothe him? Thousands of satisfied parents! Tunic suits from 6/11, Cteo. yotvlds.—(Ad.) : ; ' ; . ' • IT C H I N Ctf chafing, flu* blotched, heat rash, pimples osunburn, Ci-aeki, chaps, or any sklto irritation quickly cured by LANB»d MIBDOL \S B— Queen of Skin Tonics. c i/- at Chemists. <- -f ..i*. PEKTISTB.Y. ..:••.. -.;■ SEBGEON DENTIST, Opposite Strand Arcade, next Sarinn ' . . Hwik,' ;:.,■ ,\-~ff- ;-f ,;,. 1 : QUEBN-eTBKBT. *" irnone 44ft. ■;.;■"• . ~ .';>■ ■ TAILORING. A REALLY SMART SUIT> .? £2 B/. £2 16/. £2 IBA and £3,& . , MADE TO MEASURE!, The Suits .now procurable from,GEORGE DAVIES, 46, Qneen-Btreet, opposite Smeetou'e. at the above prices, are really superb in style, fit, and finish. Thfty equal in appearance the Suits Auckland .men have been in the habit of paying the tailors who give credit five or six'guineas'for, and'they, possess one point which no other firm can euppiy—ihe famous Keep-Shape Front. The "Keep-Shape" Front Is a registered front that ensures the coilt from turnlnjj, back ata." getting out of shape, it is' t'aelatek idea from the best' Londonand NeW-.Soik' tailoring establishments, and Mr. Daries 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 Ohristeliurcii establishment since, tile "Keep-Shape ,, front was introduced hare been highly pleased mitlr the splendid - coats produced.: Then, special care Is jjiveu to eVery aetaili in the nluklug of etery garment, and Mr. Datles is so satisfies that your suit will give complete satisfaction When you order Jt from Mm that he Jias -aubhotisea us to state that he Will give a written guarantee to refund yout , money should yoii not be entirely satlsned With tlie garments wben you receive them. W« attribute the difference of £2 Iα the price of Mr. Davies' suite as compared with tlie ordinary made-to-measure stilt largely to the Modern methods adopted In .the making of the garments, ana, ot course, also to the fact that he-Bella entirely for cash, giving "ho credit whatev«r, thus zhaMng ao bad debts; and, after all. It doee seem absurd that one man should bare to pay a hljfher price for his suit just because eoaie othiir feliow falls to pay for 'Ms; but; that is just what happens, for Boniebody aki to. pay ioir those who do not pay, and it is iurturally not the tailor wiw gives credit; It is the. man who does pay— you.•'■■is*. /DaTies has just opened la the Auckland l.«ranch a \ery large shipnieht. of tne newest autumn and winter auitlngs, direct' from the manufacturers. They include all the latest 'shades and colourings In the fashionable . brown and greeli wattatede so ■ much worn now, and : many beautiful light materials, and the standard qualities in blues and blacks, which are guaranteed to retain their'colour, being of the best possible dye. Tour early Inspection of 'these splendid editings is invited and advised. The address fei -GteOllGß BAVIES, *$, Qu#ea«treet, AUcKited, kill . «t Christi cVtcrA, ,'WeUington, «n4 Dv*»eta. M.I3S

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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