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eyes to make a trial of Dr Grant, feeling ■ sure that he would benefit them as he has : done me.— John Sinclairb, Juh/ * ; Ponsonby road, Hope Town, Auckland, June 16, 1880. I have been , under Dr. : Grant’s care since May 26, for great deafness, for more than twelve years, and am about seventy (70) years of age. Dr. Grant has removed a large and small polypus from my years, and I 'can . boar much better, having greatly improvediunder his care, for which I am very thankful Charles Lowe. f .• Horne’s Estate, New North road, Auckland, June 16, 1880. I have been suffer- ' ing from a severe local disease. ~Dr. Grant operated upon me oh Saturday list, and I j am now quite well, although I bad been in an ill state of health for four years.—, Charles Muller. Cross street, Newton, Auckland, June 17, 1880. I have been nearly'blind for; over seven years, and unable to work at my trade (a confectioner). On the first, day of this month I went under Dr. Grant's care, and already see very mnch better in this short space of time.— John Whittle. Parnell, June 14,1880. Dr. Grant has just cured me of a long-standingdeafness of more than ten years, for which I am very thankful, having tried many Cither doctors without success.— Maria J.Trkeman. Auckland, August 6,1880.- I have been deaf in the left ear for four years and in. . the right also. On August 2 I was treated by Dr. Grant, and am now quite well, - being able to hear as well as ever I did.— Arthur Parkinson, Parmer, Opotiki. Mangere, Onehuuga, Auckland, August 26, 1880. For thirty-five years I been suffering with diseased eyes. Since • August 5 I have been under Dr. Grant’s care, and am rapidly recovering. —J. Nicholls. Symonds street, Auckland, August 27, ,’d 1880. I have been deaf for eighteen years*! (since I was four years old) the drums of both years having ulcerated away. lam 1 still improving under Dr. Graiit’s care, 1 and can hear much better now, sometimeß ;|" very well. — Margaret Sanderson. -'V Auckland Lunatic Asylum, Whan, Aug.-df 28, 1880. This is to certify that I havesS' been under Dr. Grant’s care for of hearing from the 13th instant) and findJL I am so far improved as to hear the .' of a watch, which I could not dc*.’before Ilfl:' put myself under his treatment. I anr‘|" over sixty years old.— John Kino. OPINIONS OF THE PEESS. v| We can conscientiously recommed thoae4 suffering from deafness or other ailment* that Dr. Grant has made a special study!? of, to pay him a visit, when, if patients, they may certainly expect relict 1 ?! An instance came under our fiotice on.' 1 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 r 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 —Neiu 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 j oculist, who is-now on a visi* to this city f he determined to give him a trial. Hedd - • had only been under Dr. Grants (iflvo he funraL'ikt ment ten or > tiji Mr. d l d.-- n ih • ivn.dt' .at I- 1 - ' C!; distil .it ao had .■ 'uu of the 'y.‘ hau not V- v art- at 1 efu-.il--> of a fiv !-s. 4;JS -fess id' d ■ 'i *: -'-CGT• ilNdi ITAvniißSl^ d-KN ddjTTTGG • C.V TO VVR cI; .IShR r 't «. i known Fi. tnih* ’ n’•*•>.* cti in ad jn.:H of th , r,d ;> cCsod.il), for upward ‘ 1 • ! - ■ vd-i r.. t exien uGa, di” : lUOl;d UilTA- ' --dch dr, Oin'WAKI ' K d ’anl I .’ "---tmoie the or

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 242, 14 January 1881

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