hear perfectly well. Const also states that the oecnlist id curing him of partial d are a few patients indiscrin: out from the patients in room, and they certainly g the Professor is thoroughly ness. At present he hr under treatment. We \ urge all who are afflicted or deafness to pay this oou at once, since his stay he: “ Southland Times,” Nov. (From “ North Otago Tir Dec. 18, 1871 There would seem to h tion for the merits claimei Wallenburg’s treatment of eye and ear, if we may ju suits of several cases th under our notice. These i discoveries, and possibly ray have come across remedy for the disease of i or ho may only be an inte sighted man, better i generality of his fellows to evil he would cure is best with. At any rate, severa cases which have only b( treatment for a week a: ginning to show good sign and are really worthy of s an impartial obseiwer. Ti is that of James Beale, wh< of the Cape Mounted Rif! sight of one eye 14 years and who was treated in v: army doctors when there, medical practitioners in \\ land. About a week ago 1 Professor totally blind wii partially so with the oth begun to suffer in sympat] able to read small print w and in a few days, jud< pearances, will be con Another case is that of a Meldrum, a baker, of Oarr who has been partially bli years, and has been opera treated without any bene several New Zealand pre applied to the Professor ago, and can now begin to fairly, and is to all intents perfectly cured. Mrs. Ke an interesting one, both fi and the completeness of most painful and seem malady. This lady, when the Professor, was afflicted violent inflammation of which was swollen as big a continually discharging an ter. She was in great ag not slept for more than ; sight was completely go than all, the other eye be signs of suffering from i Sage medicos, who had from the commencement plaint with a slight caused by a cold, t her to make up h lose both eyes, as no cure However, she is doing w events, wilh the swelling the sight partially restorec and the other as well ai George Gordon, a man of who was almost entirely c days ago, can now hear w« low voice from the oth room, while the two cl Townsend, who have suffe ness for a long time, can tick of a watch. These tainly interesting, as eff old standing diseases, afie have defied all the skill practitioner, and whether to the remedy or the in ment it is equally worthy Timaru has contributed timonials to the skill in ei of Professor Wallenburg. rival here, a few days ago, rooms at the Grosvenor H beseiged with patients.
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