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Medical. put myself under his treatment. lam over sixty years old.—John King. Auckland, September 6, 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 cured, and can hear as well as ever 1 did. —Sydney Hoben. ' ! ; A OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. We can conscientiously recommed those. suffering from deafness or other ailments that Dr. Grant has made a special study of, to pay him a visit, when, if curable patients, they may certainly expect relief. An instance ■ came under our notice on Thursday, in-the case of a man named Charles Swanson, who had been very deaf 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 medical men, but has received. no benefit .whatever from their treatment— New Zealander , Dec. 27 i 1879. Mr. Earnest D‘Egville Michau called at pur office yesterday, and stated that he 1 had been blind with the right eye all his lifetime. Hearing about Dr. Grant, the oculist, who is now on a visit to this city, he determined to give him a trial. He had only been under Dr. Grants treatment ten or eleven days when he found that he could see large objects at some distance. Mr. Michau states that he had been under: the treatment of some.of the best medical men at home, but had not ■ received the least benefit. . We are ,at alb times chary of accepting details of “ Wonderful cures,” but the young man who called at‘bur office appeared to be telling, the, truth, and was: exceedingly grateful to Dr. Gant for the relief which he has, already /experienced.— New Zealand Times, Dec. 25, 1879. : ; Dr. Grant is also SPECIALIST in the -DISEASES of- WOMEN and CHILDREN. Dr. Grant has recently effected a very remarkable! cure’ in the case of Mrs. D. Evans, of Kumara, who has been under, his treatment for deafness since Feb. 14,. ■ last. - -Mrs. Evans 1 has been deaf in both -ears for a very long period—no less than thirty years—her affliction having been caused by a lever, from which she suffered severely. Sihce-that time she'has been almost totally deaf, for she could only! hear'the! the loudest sounds. Since she has b.e 6 ! l under Dr. Grant’s treatment her bearing has gradually iihproved,. so that t rioW she can hear plainly ; conversation in an ordinary tone of voice. She will return in a few ' days to Kumiira- perfectly well, and in possession of the' full faculty of 'which'she has'been so long deprived.— West Coast Times , March 10, 1880.: : One of. the: employees' in the (Public Works office here.has sent us. the following testimonial to the skill of Dr. Grant. He says I wish to , let you know that Dr. Grant has greatly improved the hearing, of one of my ears, : the membrane of which was injured some six ; years ago. I inayadd that two surgeons, whom! consulted a short time ago, considered the case incurable. ’’ Dr. Grant .has also been very successful' in several difficult cases of disease of the eye. — Hokitika Times, March 23, 1880. , s ! There are amongst Dr. Grant’s successful eye cases at Hokitika, a young lady, at J. .Jack’s, Esq., the Mayor, cured, .by operation, of, squinting; and Mrs. Wavent, operation for artificial pupil. . Nelson, May. 11,. ; 1880, “I, Thos. Adams, have been under Dr. Grant’s treatment for deafness of the left ear, from which I have suffered twe years, the result of a severe tropical fever, I find’ my hearing greatly improved in the short time—since April3o.— Thos. Adams.” 428 A DYIGE TO MOTHERS; you /~\ broken in your rest" by a sick child, i suffering with the pain of cutting teeth? Go at once to the chemist and get a bottle of Mrs. WINSLOW’S SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relieve 4he poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harmless ; it produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes “ as bright as a button.” It has been in use in America, and is ihighly recommended by medical men. It is very pleasant to take; it sooths the child ; it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates ' the bowels, and ;is-the best known remedy for dysentry and diarrhoea, whether arising from eething or other 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 wrapper. No mother should be without it. Sold by all medicine, dealers, at Is. l4d.—Depot, 493,' Oxford street. . '

X/m!0 is Mrs. WINSLOW? As this *T; question is frequently asked, we shall simply say that she is a lady who for upwards, of thirty years has untireingly devoted 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 nurse and ; physician, she has compounded a SOOTHING--SYRUP for Children. It operates like magic, giving rest and health,' and is,' moreover, sui’e to regulate the bowels. • In consequence; of this‘.article, .■ Mrs.. 'Winslqw is becoming world-renbunod as c . benefactor , of her race. Children certainly do rise up and bless her. Especially is this .the case in this city. 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 sincerely believe.. that , thousands-, of children have been saved from an. early grave by its timely use,- and that ’millions yeti upborn, will share its benefits and unite in calling Her blessed. No mother lias discharged her duty to her suffering little .one,''in our opinion, until’she'has given it the benefit of Mrs., Winslow’s Soothing : Syrup. Try , it"' mothers;' try, it now,; — .Ladies’-Visitor, New'York City. 1 ' T ALU ABLE DISCOVERY for the ;V, hair. : . . : A very nicely perfumed Hairdressing, ’called THE .MEXICAN HAIR ;i BE T NEWER, now, heing.? sold by most Chemists and perfumers througout; the country j at 3s. fid. per bottle, is fast; superceding all;tjie old restorers and dyes for the purpose of changing grey or white hair' to its natural brigihal colory for it will positively restore the : hair in eyery case of greyness to its original color, without dyeing it or leaving that offensive smell which most of the' hair‘preparations of the day do. This preparation has never been knovidito fail in restoring the hair to its natural color and'gloss in from eight to twelve days. It promotes growth and, parents' tile hair* falling out,’ eradicating , dandriiffyarid leaviiig the scalp In a'clean, i healthy.- condition. It ■ imparts peculiar vitality to the roots of the hair, restoring it to its youthful ■ freshness and vigor. Hally applications of ■ this preparation for a week gr two. will surely restore faded, grey,bf white baiv to its natural color and richness. - It is nota dyo, nor does it contain h any coloring matter or r offensive substance whatever. ' • Hence'’ it 1 does 1 liot sdil the hands, the scalp, or even whitelinen, blit-produces the color withiri fhW sqbstaiice of; the -hair 'Read the follow-’ irigofrbm Mr^’Hathati 1 -' Berry, Chemist, ‘ One of' my told mb the iother day he had hadl groy hair’ for thirty-five years, and..after using one bottle pf the, Mexican Hair Renewer I soJd.ium,lji >yas. restored to. and kept its natural •, cplpr.,’'| It ppay -he, had : pf any reßpectable; Chemist, rPerfuiner, or Dealer; intoiJet ; articlps in thp : kingdom,at 3s. 6d i; per I] bottle,-^Preparedby ..HENRY 0. GALLUP, No. 493, Oxford street, London.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 202, 27 November 1880

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 202, 27 November 1880

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