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 cars. lam returning home to.Tauranga this day, quite cured, and can hear as well as ever I did. —Sydney Hqben. , . .. • OPINIONS OE 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 thelowest 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 , 1 treatment —ITaui Zealander, Dec. 27, 1879. Mr. Earnest D‘Egville Michau called at our office yesterday, and stated that ’he 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, lie determined to give him a trial. : <Hb had only been under Dr. Grants treatment ten or eleven, days when he found that he cq,uld!.see-lalge 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 all times chary; of .accepting .details: 'of “Wonderful.cures,”,-hut the-young man who called, at our office appearol to be telling the truth',--and was- exceedingly grateful to Dr. Gant for the relief which he has already experienced.—Weir Zealand Times, Dec. 25, 187.9-
Dr. Grant is also SPECIALIST in the DISEASES of WOMEN and CHILDREN. J ■■■* Dr. Granthas 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 has been deaf in both ears for a very long period—no less than thirty affliction having been caused by a fever, from which she suffered severely. : Since that time she has been almost, totally deaf, for she could only hear the the loudest sounds. Since she has been under Dr. Grant’s treatment her hearing has gradually improved, so that now she can hear plainly conversation in an ordinary tone of voice. She will return in a few days to Kumara 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 hcaring of one of my ears, the membrane of which was injured some six years ago. I may add that two surgeons, whom! consul ted-a. short time ago, considered the case incurable. ” Dr, Grant has also been very successful in several difficult cases oi disease of the eye. —Hokitika Times, 'March 23, 1880. 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 twc,years, the result of a severe tropical'fever. I find my hearing greatly improved in the short time—since ‘April-SO.— Thos. Adams.” 428
, AD VICE TO MOTHERS.—Are you broken in your rest by a sick child, suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to the chemist and. get a bottle, of Mrs., WINSLOW’S SOOTHING feYRUP. It will relieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is. perfectly harmless jt.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 highly 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 dysontry and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Bp sure and ask 1 for Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup, and tee that “Curtis and Perkins, New York and London)” is on the outside e 1 without it,- Sold by all, medicine dealers, at.ls. lid.—Dep6t, 493, Oxford street. ’ ;
WHO is Mrs. WINSLOW 1 As this question is frequently asked, we shall simply say that she is a lady who for upwards of thirty years has untireihgly 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 practicaricnowledgo obtained in a lifetime as nurse and : physician, she has com-, pounded a SOOTHING 1 STROP' for Children. It operates like magic, giving rest and health, and . is, moreover, sure to regulate the bowels. In consequence of this article, Mrs. 'Winslow is becoming worlddenouned as a benefactor of her race. Children certainly do rise up and bless her. • Especially is this' the case in : this city! Vast qqantifcies of the Soothing Syrup are daily sold aqd used,here. We think Mrs Winslow''has immortalised her name by this invaluable‘article,, and we sincerely believe thdf thousands of children have been, saved from ah' early grave iby its timely use,-, and 1 that millions yet unborn will share its benefits and unite in calling her blessed. No' mother has discharged her ; ditty,to her suffering little, bne, ; in our opinion, until sKe has given it ; the benefit of Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup. Try i.t .mothers, try it now.— Visitor, 1 New York City. ,
VALUABLE DISCOVERY ! for the : HAIR. : A very nicely .perfumed Hairdressing, called THE MEXICAN. ; HAIR : RENE WER, now being sold by; most Chemists and .perfumers througout the cqhik tryj'.jit 3s, Gd.- per bottle, is : fast ■ sppei--ceding all the old , restorers and dyes for the purpose of changing grey or white hair jto its natural original color, for it will positively restore the ,hair in every cdse of greyness to its original color, with-, out dye.ing it or'leaving that offensive smell which most of the hair preparations of,the day do. This preparation has never been known to fail in restoring the hair to its natural color and -gloss, in, from .eight to; twelve days. ; Itr promotes growth and prevents the hair falling out, eradicating dandruff, and leaving the scalp in a clean, healthy 1 fcdhditibn. v.. It imparts peculiar vitality to the. roots ; of the hair, restoring it! to its youthful freshness-> and;vigor, j Daily .applications of this preparation for a week or two will surely restore faded, grleyjrpr white hair to jta color Add tiOlihesß, It is, not a dye, .nor does it eOntop* r! any; coloring. ; matter:.; or '.offensive su;bstahce whatever. Hence dt: does mot soil-the Laudsthe scalp, or even white linen, but produces the color: within the substance of the: hair. Read the follow-ing'from-Mr. -Nathan Berry, Chemist, Walkderi': One of my customers ! fold; m| the other day he had had grey hair fo| thirty-ffve, yearsp and after tisingbiid hojttle of the Mexican Hair Renewer I sold him, ; ik Was ‘restored to and kept its natural" color: Vj-r It may be had fiff ahy : respectable in toilet articles: in ; jbffe kingdom, at 35.: (id. peff .bottle,-—Prepared. ,-hy ; HENRY C. GALLUP, N0,493* Oxford street, Roddon, ■
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