Medical. QTEEDMAN’S SOOTHING POWDER'S O FOR CHILDREN CUTTING TEETH, CAUTICN TO PURCHASERS. ; Tlie-value of this -well-known Family 1 Medicine has been largely tested in all parts of the world, and by all grades of society, for upwards of FIFTY YEARS, Its well-earned extensive sale has induced' SPURIOUS IMITATIONS, some of which in OUTWARD APPEARANCE so" closely resemble the original as t 0... have deceived many purchasers. The proprietor therefore feels it due to' the public to give a special caution against the use of SUCH IMITATIONS. Purchasers are therefore requested carefully to observe the four following distinctive characteristic?, without . which- none i are genuine:— ’ , 1st —In every case ‘the words ' JOHN STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WALAVORTH, SURREY, are engraved on the Government Stamp affixed to each packet:' - • 2nd—Each Single Powder has direptioijs for the dose, and the words, John Steedman, Chemist, Walworth,: Surrey; printed thereon. 3rd —The name, Steedman., is spelt with two EE’s. O'c , .i 4th — The manufacture, isicarrjed r on solely at Walworth, Surrey. , , ■„ Sold in Packets By 'all Chemists'and Medicine Vendors. I s (4- > Sold by Prosser and Co., Auckland. . J l '" 63 X>o WELL’S BALSAM ,of ANISEED. Jl ■ : ROWELL’S BALSAM of' ANJSBED. J3O WELL’S BALSAM - of-ANISEED. XTEAORDHURF ;TESTIM:O- -
POWELL’S BALSAM of ANISEED. Ducvije, MojmjsoE, iiviites':- — “ Chateau de Montabor, Aveyron. Sir, —Having suffered for some time from an obstinate cough, accompanied with fever, 3 conknuoua head-aichesi''arid sleepless, nights, I resolved, after,.-having ! vainly tried several ‘ other medicines, to. have- recourse - to * your ‘-DjALSAM’ -oF ANISEED. ;1 I cannot resist, sir, the I desire of making you acquainted with the really marvelous results which I derived’ from it. From the first doss I felt great relief, .the bad symptoms grew-feebleryrthe ‘irritation of the throat,-waa palming down, and I recovered the sleep which had nearly left me. The third dose delivered me completely, and I am now completely restored to health. - Receive, sir, with the expression of uny , gratitude the assufanceof my distinguished sentiments. '■' i DUG : DE MONTABOR ; r : SEE MAJESTY S QUIT ‘BOAT NETLBY. "■ : i Wick, Scotland. Dear Sir,— , : '■ VI / V - i Having: had a ‘ "most distressing ‘ arid 1 severe cough, which caused me many sleepless nights and . rpstless . days,, v l,.wa3 recommended by liis LORDSHIP the EARL of CAITHNESS to try ,yoiir v most- invaluable Balsam *■ •bf ''Aniseed^ 1 and I can assure you, with the, first, dose, I found immediate relief,’eveft 3 -i without having to - suspend niy Tariou£‘. duties’;’ and ?the first small bottle s c6m-t pletely cured me,- therefore 5 1-have' greatest confidence in fully ing itsto the niillioni’; Signed,-'> - •’ ;; ; W. LINZBLL, H.M.G.B. NETLEY; 1 J OR COUGHS, BRONCHITIS,;-'IN ■'> FLU ENZA, COLDS.- &c. r T F 170 - COUGHS, , BRONCHITIS, IN* ; F- I FLUENZA,' COLDS,* &c: POWELL’S BALSAM of ANISEED.— The effects of one -teaspoonful taken in.a.. little water before going to bed is extraordinary. ; No family should be-without it in the winter^ ! Sold by Chemists and Medicine Vendors y throughout the' World/ .and zs gdpfer*' per bottle; a great-saving in taking family us each.: Established over 50 ye'ais. Prepared only by : THOMAS POWELL, Blackfriars Road, London. POWELL’S’ BALSAM of ANISEED, i “Sir,—l have for a long-time suffered from a severe cough and tried all,rmanner.,Qf remedies. Dr. Liberecht advised EQ WELIFS BALSAM, of .ANISEED ; It, .cured a few; dayL r 'You I 'aria at liberty.) to' U|se,,thjs letter in hopes fhat pthers'may benefit' by „ I am, SiL r Youfs. &c.; ‘ '-. T V » ’ -aLbert ;count' potockF’ DOR GOUGHS, BRONCHITIS, , IN* F. FLUENZAi‘COLDS,' Stc. FOR COUGHS, . BRONCHITIS, INFLUENZA, COLDS, &c. ~ ~ ,■ , ■ ■£ For coughs,- bronchitis, ■ influenza; COLDS, - &C. ; DOWELL’S. BALSAM OF. ANISEED WILL .LOOSEN the- .PHLEGM? irime-j-diately.—The. Dean, of Westminster’s Verger writes: “.I. was.advisedito try:the Balsam of Aniseed,;'. I did, and have sfound ?great relief. It is mpst- cpmforting. in..allaying irritatioh'ahd giving strength to H ; Lionel”Brough, Esq.L, the.,eminent. aqtQftj,*. ; writes': I think it an\.ihvaluableirrii«licineifof members of my profession,, anfi‘ have always recommended it to‘ my" brother "and sister i artistes.” - ‘ ,j y RULY an EXTRAORDINARY EX-- , PECTORaNT.— Mr..Edwai;d of Buiy, Hunts., ’ writes' to - Messrs, Palmer® | Son, Ramsay :—“ Haying been,in the r habit ot-f using Powell’s Balsam of AmseeF fora great number of years,/! have great pleasure in bear- - ing testimony to, its incomparable effects as an <• expectorant..! I always find a single dose> gives .immediate relief, and a small bottle, effects a • perfect cure.” "" f f p ASK • for POWELL’S BALSAM )of ■ .... ANISEEDS i vor. \ S’ OLD. byTall CHEMISTS. andj.STOREKEEF£RS.)...i Mark, ■“lLion, Net, and'hlouse f ’’.V< j- In-p ; j Wholesale i Agents Ain. ’ the, Australian and New Zealand’ Colonies,. '-Elllot, Brothers; i Eyer§ ; & SbilpMON" i, FeFtOiV,«Grim\vai,pe, t>&lCb; : ; R ; aud;S.’ : FAtk, fktfidiviG# Qk ROcke, TbriPSi'r; &' Gor; 1j R6sfe'NThAix & Co.; Kempthorne, Prosser,.. & Co.; S. Hoffenung & Col-p- Flemmons, Laws, Sc, Cop;’ BERKifEV/ Tayi;Oß,l& 'Go.qFand.ali other Avliolesaie houses;' : Proprietor— I Thomas -v l ' PpWELL, Blackfriars,Road London.-.' ■. :i
THE -ASHBURTON' GUARDIAN^ 0 ! I fninr ex .vtnms<' 10labtfu’itt ; Price One Penny, ci vj.t /7NAN be obtained frdfn' the'ToUowmg. \, c Agents, who will''receive ordera";--^,,,. .pleStfe’ : forms,- which'cari be pbtaipedfrom : Z' th| above'Agent's;' :i They ‘wUT ‘vati ‘.pblige 5 . 1 1 by; stating 1 bu 'tha 'baiok' At, tile '’ppder, tpT’ r , wliieh’hgent they TO^their ,l s(ibscHptioEßv. i) ".
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