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Business Notices, i- ' :;;■' * * > ■' * 1 / J> H I N ; T I N G, ■-'! ; Oi 1 Every .Desceipmon-, ‘ ! . ' ; : k E ATE Y A N.D Cl : E A t LT i]. - . . ; executed,; HE \ SHBURTON QUARDIAN T he ~~-r~ .ciitvJU* -•"*:f>‘ r f'O'-' SAUNDERS’ BUILDINGS;,,.. East street, , r ...... . r i .. : • 1; > r /I i ■ / A S H Bl U R TO N; .iA TA .‘54 J-i. ; U -5 :"i' : --- i GRATEFUL,iCOMFORTING; ■ ■ iFj

i E piP'S'-S ' P d'C'p ; A. j ) BY a [thorough knowledge pfe tihp aatorajo ,! 'Wwa.wk^%gorera ; .<fpWfrtW»B of digestion ana nutrition, and'by a careful application of the fipe .properties of well selected ; ; cocpayi Mr. Epps? has, .provided! Our. breakfast s taklpa rkodeliOatelyr flavoured., beverage,pyiiicb.. [inky;; ißaxfei -U8» many heavy doctor’s, bi 115,..; : It; isnbjj-.'tlye)-j udicious psey of surch, articles ,o| djet< ■ tliafe; a may hQogFj^o^Jly,builti.upi .resist- every -Ma.-. pency to disease. Hundreds ofiSubtlei maladies are, floating.around.uaready. )to?i attack, ’wherever,, ;tlier e fa a,, weak ,pofnt> ; \ye.’,may ,€sscape "many, ;a ,fptal shaft hyp kcepipg ourselves.’, well fortified‘Wvitli 7 purp ; 'bipod; and.,a properly nburisbjpd frame, hh See the QivitSqrvice (fopgtt&.-V 1 Made simply with boiling,water,pr milk-.!' S6ld r only, in packets or tins, labelled;- ■ ’’ J AMES EPPS ANH CO., - ■ - V ’ HOSICEOPATHId CbEaifsTj • 7 ; London; • = yi°d

Medical. S,;' DEAFNESS',' • & c. | V DE./GEANT;;';; Mepiber-bf ‘Royal' 'College' pf Surgeons, England, and of the’ Medical Boards of Victoria and New also regifh tered in New Zealand, OCULIST,.; AUEIST, '&] SPE^IA^IST^ '•''(From Europe), may he consulted upon all Diseases of the Eye, Ear, and Throat,; Dealfness, Noises in the Head, Defective •Sight,;., Sf uinting, Cataract,. Amaurosis*. ‘Ophthalmia, Gutta Serena, Loss ;p£; Eye--dashes, Inflammation, and, all Diseasesof the Eye, Ear, an,d Throat,treated:,upon 'new and scientific principles. DEj; HEANTf has- 1 arriy'gd in lOhrist-';’ church, and may be CONSENTED - at‘ hisEobriisj re \ *"• * tvf v» ’■>" : 4 HEREF9RD TEEE'aCE, . , Hereford East, ( CmAsxcii l ußcii, • Near St. John’s 01nu J dli,

.Hoard' of attendance ! Morning, 10 JillJlj | |aftdW6Bfi'j'2till K™ SAWfaays^mofning “Only. .;--.r,oiJoU. Dr Grants consultation rooms, during ithe four of his successful practice in Auckland’'ivcre crowded'£6‘excess,' and attention is confidently arid - particularly requested' to the -following cases of the Eye, Eafj 1 ; Throat,/ arid other- special : af T fectidnS,':- 1 -’ ’ ~5 ~, ~- - ■ ,21l Queen street, : July 23j 1880. Dr. Grant..-rrPear air,—h-haye ,to give yori thrinks 'foy : iny hearing : since'l have [beep. undep ypur care.—l rim,\fec.‘, Robert CAMPBriLL. ■' Ponsonby, July 23. Under Dr. Grant’s treatriient I am yerv. much improved Jn iriy: .liearinJ, iandf should > rQQo)ritoend one to QA-ykhc same.— Ml A''Failker. ' - Tapiaki; -West,- pear |3<v Jplm’s Gollegei [ .Auckland, Jiily improved -'iriy hearing' 1 during the time I have been under his care.—Thos. Churches. Bipokpdq,.: Pakakura: Yalley,; July .28, 1880.; -.1 waspuderDr. Grant’s treatment fprfsquinting,; ,ajid \s;a3 -.cpmpletely cured in fpn days. Jyvoijd l earnestly recommend any persons Buffering, from diseases ofi the ! eye's" to riialtu'a.tsiaiiof'. Dr Grant; feeling ,snre-tluit, he,w ; quld:benefit rth.etn as he has done riiei-rrJoHN.SiNOLAEHE, Jun,i ;■ ' ’ Ponsonby road, Hope Town,,Auckland, >Junfe IG>IBBQ. , ,I.have-beep, under. I)r.. Grant’s care since May 26, for great deafness, for more, than twelveyegrs, ( and ap “atioutisoventy (70)' years’of age. Dr. 'Gra'nt has: removed a large and. small polypus frq.m riiy years,' 'and T can hear iriuch better-, having greatly improved'under his care, for which I am very thankful.— CHAKtEs Lowe.ii : ; Horne’s Estate, New North road, Auckland, June 16, 1880. I have been suffering frdm a severe local disease. Dr. Grant operated-upori irie'o'n ’Saturday last', arid I am now qluite .well,* ; although l l "had -heed in-an ilhritat© of'health for four Charles;Muller.; h-r>u-r:' ■ ,i. ■ G•-

CroSs-streeft, Nekton]’-''Auckland, 1 i 17, 1880. I have been nearly blind 7 for’ over seven years, and unable t 6 WOrk rft my trade (a confectioner)/ * ‘ Oh' the first day of this month I went under Dr. Grant’s care, and already, see very much better in this short spacpr6f r thhe,^JdHN ; WnirrLßi f Parn,eU,'June 14, 1880.' ! -SDr.’ s Graiit ’h&i just cured me of a long-standing, d_oa£neaa, of more’ than ten years, for which I am very thankf - ■' tors without success. —Mutiyh Treeman, Auclsland; Atigusti&y'lßßtH- /I hkvo'been'deaf in! ti&ileffe'etoifon fdiStf«yearS'&tti ; in : ftm mOniMteugt®l*l tfa&treafifa', GrahljlkhTdi ■ bejng able well’afediVerDdlth p 1 ‘Arthur 3/iirmeH OpOtiki. 1 Aiig'uSt 7 . ! , y< iSßojinl®oiriJthbtyffiye ,y yoßr§ ; )l'"Rave i : ;h&’h’ suffering with diseased eyes.- '/'Sitic^, 'Aujiust 1 5 I have been J Grant r ii i Symobdcf&njhtj Aucklmld, W}‘ 1880. have been d&tf'fob eigM4ei¥ years ((since I (was four years okI)-thc- drums of both yoaradiaVing r Ui<iOrated f{fv4y. ,i ’T aVh i: . still lmpiiavaHg luHb6phlfr.'' : G?afif'k I land canjhaar•rmfclubetter noW, ! admfetih\bs' J Verywell.^M'A'KOAß'E^ ! SANt> ; Ef^ON/ !l ' t Auckland ImiiatiOfAfeylufn, Whau, Ah".' ; 1 128, (1880. ,oiThis;is l to' ; ofertif j r -'.th'aT, .DhaVe ! been • DrJ ’Grant's carh fdr instant 1 , a'hdfilid * lam so fardmprovedaltko hear* the ticking 7 1 of a-’watch. which! co\Ud ; not do before! * obi.-di I -m- m-v-k; H" ■'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 199, 24 November 1880

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