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Medical. put myself under his treatment. lam over sixty years old. —John King. Auckland, September G, 1880. I have been under Dr. Grant’s treatment since August 18 for deafness of both ears. lam returning home to Tauranga this day, quite pured, and can hear as well as ever I did. ( —Sydney Hon en. .... - - i " " OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. We can conscientiously recommed those Buffering from deafness or other ailments that Dr. Grant has made a special study bf, to pay him a visit/ when, if curable jpatients, they may certainly expect relief. An,-instance 1 came under our notice on Thursday,, in the case of a .man. named Charles Swanson/ who had been very Seaf for three years, but, after ten days’ treatment, can now hear perfectly even the lowest whisper. The cure is a rather remarkable one, as he had been under the care of many i medical men, but has received no benefit whatever from their treatment I ’- New Zealander, Dec. 27,1879. • Mr.i Earliest D'Egville Michau called at our office yesterday, and stated that he had been blind with the right eye all his lifetimes;!"Hearing.about Dr. Grant, the bculist, who is now on.a visit to this city, lie determined to give him a trial. He had- only;beenr. under Dr.; Grant s treatment ten or eleven days'when he found that he .hoidd/see large objects at some disiJancen .'‘Mrs. Michau states that he had been under the treatment of some of the best medical men at home, but had not rfeceired i the least benefit. We are at all times chary qf accepting details of Wondex-ful cures,” but the young man iTthqu l-ourj office. appeared to be ''tilling the truth, and was exceedingly grateful tb ;i Dr.''Gailt' for the relief which He has already‘-experienced.— N&w Zealand Times, Dec.: 25, 1879. I Dr. .Grant, is also SPECIALIST in the IiISEASES of WOMEN and CHIL-

i Dr., -;recently effected a very 4v®P i n case of Mrs. D. has been under for jdeafnesa since Feb. 14, Idstf been; deaf, in both ears very long period —no less than tl]ir,fe f yea,rs.- Tr her ; affliction having been’ which she suffered that: time, she has been amioSt totally cleaf, for she could only haar-tho-the.Jaudest. sounds. Since she has been under Dr. Grant’s treatment her hearing has gradually improved, so that ndw she can hear plainly conversation in aii ordinary tone of voice. She will return in a few days to Kumara perfectly utell, and in possession of the full faculty Of] which she has been so long deprived. >Wkst Coast Times, March 10, 1880. Ufle.; pfythej employees; in. ;the' 'Public ■Wbrks’office here" has sent us the following testimonial to the skill ofl'-Drl Grant. He says I wish to let you know that Dr. Grdilt has. greatly improved the hearing of one of my ears, the membrane of VKhiehlwaa injured soine six years ago. 1 -1 mqy add .that two, surgeons, whom I consulted' a sfidft Time ago* considered the casle incurable.” Dr. .Grant has,alsqjbeen very successful in several difficult case’s of disease of the eye. —Hokitika Times, ■Mfirch 23, 1880. There are amongst Dr. Grant’s successfulleye cases at Hokitika, a young lady, dlt -j. Jack’s, Esq., the Mayor, cured, by operation,% ofsquinting; and Mrs. Wave n't} ogeratiomfotiaftificial pupil; •’’ Ifelsoii, May 11, 1880. “I, Thos. Adams, have been under Dr. Grant’s treatment fan of The left ear, from which I have‘suffered two years, the result of a severe tropical fever. I find my !heaifidi& greatly improved in the short time — since April 30. —Thos. Adams.” 428

; AjDYICE TO MOTHERS.—Are you ._£3j_ brokep-Jiv'yctirirest by a sick child, /suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ? ''Go jat once to the chemist and get a bottle of Mrs. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve the poor sufferer . immediately. It is perfectly harmless ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving -the child lrom pain, and the little fcheniV, awakes.as bright as a button.” It ( Hap, .beep,vin.:use in America, and is highly by ; medical men. It is very pleasant to take; it sooths the child ; it softens file gums, allays all pain, wind,, regulates the bowels, and is tile be^' kiibw'iYreihedy for dysentry and i diarihbea,Y whether arising from eethihg'qi ; ; duffer ! , causes. Be sure and ask for‘Mrs! Winslow’s Soothing., Syrup, and see that “ Curtis and Perkins, New York and London,” is on the outside wrariper. No mother should be without it,' Sold by all medicine dealers, at Is.

■\7t7jUO ,is-iMrs.i WINSLOW? As this ‘! qdastion is-,'frequently asked, we sljalli simply say that she is a-lady who for UptvaWls of thirty years has untireingly ■'clfevoted her time and talents as a female physician and nurse, principally among children. She has especially studied the constitution and wants, ’of this numerous class,} and, as a result of this effort ,and practical knowledge obtained in a lifetime as mirse and •, -physician, , sho has cbm.pomificd a SOOTHING SYiIUP for Children. i -JtioperatesMike magic, giving rest and health,; arid; ■ isy 'moreover; sure to the bowels. In consequence of this: article, Mrs. Winslow, is becoming wpiddj-renouned as a benefactor of her jhfgss her. Specially us .this the case in s this.clty. Vast quantities of the Soothing Syrup are daily sold and used here. We . think 'Mrs Winslow has immortalised her ' name by this, invaluable article, and we slnperbly believe -that thousands : : of children have been saved from an early grave by itsj timely, use, and.that- mjliions yet unborn°wlll share 1 its benefits and unite in calling her blessed. No mother luis discharged her duty to her suffering little one, in our opinion, until she has given it the benefit of Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing •Syrup* Tjy it mothers,, .try it no}v.— Ladies’ Visitor, Ne'wYork City.

TABU ABLE DISCOVERY for the y ‘ v/ i.j ' 1 :>-■ Aivbfy nicely perfumed Hairdressing, called S THE MEXICAN HAIR RE•'NEWER, j-ijqw - .being sold by most; Qhe- - trusts dn‘d'perfumers 'througout the country-' at 1 3s. Gd. per bottle, is fast superceding: all the old restorers and dyes for ■the purpose of changing grey or white hair to its natural original color, for it will positively restore the hair in every case ofigreyncss to its original color, with--1 but dyeing it or leaving that offensive smell >whiCli most of the hair preparations of the .day_,doi This preparation has never been known ito fail in restoring the hair to its natural; color and gloss in from eight to twelve (days. It promotes growth and prevents the hair falling out, eradicating daadcup, and leaving the scalp in a clean, hbaWh-y condition. It imparts peculiar t he A air ’ ; ir to 1 its youthful? Yreshness and vjgox\. of this preparation for 'atdveeft jor two will surely restore faded, grej'i'dii white hair to its natural color and thin- arjy coloring matter . or : offensive substance whatever, Herice' it does not 'soil thej hands, the scalp, or oven white iidfeh, hut produces the color within the substance of the hair. Read the following froAi Mr. Nathan Berry, Chemist, WSlkden ft Qnj gfjnjyt {customers bold to tiler way lie had had grey hair for feidrtjy-five years, and after using one bO^tln’of tlie Mexican Hair Reuewer I it was restored to and kept its natural icolor, It may bo had of any rUsp'eCt'ablq,.Chemist;, Perfumer,* or Dealer in l tdilet iarticles in the kingdom, at 3s. Gd. per-bottle.—Prepared by HENRY 0. CALLUP, No. 498, Oxford street, Loudon.

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

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

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