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Mataura Ensign , Issue 73, 17 December 1895, Page 2
The wife of bricklayer's labourer living in Theobald-3treet, New Kent Road, London, has given birth to five daughters, three of whom were born alive, but have sinco died. The other two wero still-born. Certainly the best medicine known is A. SANDER & feONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful effects iri coughs, colds, influenza, the relief is instantaneous. In serious' cades and accidents of all kinds, b 9 they wounds, burns, ecaldiogs, bruised, sprains, it is tha safest remedy— no swelling— pb *' inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in' cronp, diptheria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, swellings, etc; diarrbroa, dysentery; diseases o£ tho kidneys apd urinary organs. In use at ali hospitals and medical clinics all ovor the globe,; patronised by his Majesty tbe King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at the International. Exhibition Amsterdam. Trust in the approvsd article and reject all others. While in Topeka last March, E. T. Barber, a prominent newspaper man of La Cygne, Kan,, was taken with cholera morbus very severely. The nighfc clerk at the hotel where he was atopjSiVig happened to have a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Oholera afid jpiarrhoea Remedy, and gave biin three doses which relieved him, and he thinks saved his life. Every family should keop this romedy in their homes at all times. No one can tell how soon it may be needed. It costs but a ti'ilie, and may be the means of .saving much suffering, and perhaps the lifo of some mem- ber of the family.— For sale by D.B, Esther, Chemist, Gore.