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Medicinal. Testimor Tuam Street, Chi To Professor Guscott. Sir, —I have been troub Complain these last six years, being able to attend to wor everything in the shape of p I hate been an outdoor patie ! tal; 1 got at times temporar; not sleep on my left side; about backwards and forward; I got up in the morning, I wi bed but work I bad to ant had eaten a light meal fo-ir.;l in my stomach. Always costi lation, pains across the chest larly under the left breast, i pain between the shoulders, f. as if any one was pouting back, (eet always cold. Hap; of .your bills when you camt street, which explained to me was laboring under. When 1 you told me all my symptoms, me a perfect cure, which, I a you have done through your h I should recommend those troi Complaint ta place themsel treatment. I am, Sir, Truly thankful. WII.LI Colombo St p To Professor Guscott. SIR,- —I have been troubled for the iast three months, so was perfectly exhausted, the intestines peeled away in flake; remedy tnat I could hear of, b Hearing that you were in C seeing the many wonderful cu to place myself under your trea happy to say in one week I ; diarrhcea, and gaining strei herbal treatment. 1 am, yours re; El | 1 give you this testimonial i others, as I know there an others suffering from the sai j Christchurch. Borough Hotel, Mancli Christchurch, i To Professor Guscott. 1 Sir, —I have been troubli and Rh-umatism since the o the West Coast diggings in l! to leave through medical adv Melbourne, and thence to Sy< thought 1 would try the tro I Queensland, and only found I I came to Christchurch, and [ the best medical repute, am I Thinking that it was useless | 1 gave up all hopes of being r scarcely walk, and staying at j he advised me to consult you, to say I am in as perfect h 1864, when I crossed the van j Coast, and was only ten c ' treatment. I To Professor Guscott SIR, —Having been trouhl for the last seven years, on se\ have been propped up in bed, 1 had ta get up and walk to g and had become so bad that 1 attend to my business ; in f .cl ; a burden to myseli and the pe i I was stopping. When I can me all my symptoms, which ga to place myself under your being a believer in herbs, and assortment in your establishnv references from other suffert myself, in looking back to suffering so long, and spendin without receiving any benefit ment until I applied to you.ever thankful, Do Great King-street, Dunedir To Professor Guscott. Sir, —I have to inform you to return home after your trea duration, having been troub this last 4 years. 1 have beei I have been under the doctors also in Dunedin, and never rc fit from their treatment, called on you last April you t _ Cf Iv'il/’ln ami ctnn w

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 39, 25 December 1879

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 39, 25 December 1879

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