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Medical. ENO’S FRUIT SALT THE PHYSICAL BASIS OF LIFE GOOD FOOD. I How to eujoy good food that would otherwise cause Bilious headache, disordered Stomach, Poisoned Blood, &c.—use . ENO’S FRUIT SALT. A NATURAL APERIENT. ENO’S FRUIT SALT, when taken with waiter, acts as a natural aperient, jts'simple hut'ftatural action removes all impurities, thus presferying and, restoring health. Ifits great yalueiti keep , ptgThe body inThealth vterq ho fam should be withoutit. Fagged,' weary, and. worn OUT !! ! ; ,

s Anyone whose duties teqltire'them to under-. . go mental or unnatural excitement or strain— . r E)S O’S (FRUIT .SALT 1 is the best ; known : remedy. Itacts like a. charm. It allays nervous excitement, depression, and the injurious, ' .effects of, stimulants. : and, too rich .food, jits" power in aiding the. digestion -ii? 'nip^sttiKmg. It also restores theinervpus cbvicntion' (by natural • means), tlse FRUIT SALT. -.Yaijt cannot overstate! its igretO value in keeping tlie blood pure and free from disease. , END verms 'SttfaUIiANTS; —An nsufficient ; araouh’t 'of exercise frequently derangeSThelivef. .END’S FRUIT? SAlL'f' is peculiarly, adapted for- any.' constitutional weakness oLthediVeiX AiK’onlrkof woes-is 1 avoided by those;!.who'keep and fusel; END’S FRIfIT, .SAL;I’.-+n , ‘ Allottf.ctistoaiCrs for Eno’s Saif 1 it upon any considh&tipn, they having received so much benefit from it| — WoctD Brothers, Chemists, Jersey, 1878. V !) y ■ * ■■ * /' ■ ■pVEIcY trljnk. anu prppare&fronj Spund,; Ijtipe Em&fftfca ,Hpdih> i •I ■s}&' Coplingj' Sparkjjng, and., liyyigofcttng: idr any Season, It.is.,uie.J)est,i^ > ren for BiUdusness, 1 ) -Sick; tlea<! t i firnp'tionsi < Feyefs, Pimples on the 'fieyerijliriess, fMehtaJl Depression-, Waht of Appetite) * Spur- J ness of Stomach,_ Constipation, v Vdihitirjg, TbiOtJ 6aj.,7663! tblrfehidv3 ttid‘effects of ahd uH j

- jl n<tvc used your FruifSaß fSPriiany years, and haVe verified your statements'. The thanks of the . td-you fdrtyorfr unceasing ’gptfts,' to relieve suffering humanity. Long mrfy,,ydu ; Uve.to be a,bless|pg : it9 the .worlds FsOT | : for nearly, two. years.,, front 1 severe hdadache arid disordered .stomach, and- 1 after trying almost everything and spsßsng' rriuch ! motley 'without finding any beriefit, i I -was recommended-by a friend to try ENOjS FRUIT SALT, and before I had finish 1 one bottle I found it doing me a great deal of and now I am Restored to my usual health >o> and ofhers|t kripjv enjo/ea stfch health for years.—Yours nipst truly, Rongß'n EvMn'HKEVsj Post Office, Tt TTncfnril * f . .... !r I i ■ . AINU, VAT. ,-x .’S BALSAM of ANISEED. vr- 1 ; of. ANISEBEj.; XTE A 0 KDINARY ’TE B TIMCF r •“ - NIALS. ~_r , i

TJOWELL’S BALSAM* of ANISEED. :., /Dud.ikE sMoJCTABOB^writea ■'• “ Chateau de MontabQr^ J A,veypq]|i. J I ’Sir, —Having suffered for- some time from au obstinate cough, accompanied with fever, continuous head-aches, and vainly';: tried medicines, tb have recourse to your BALSAM of really marvelous results which I derived from it. From, the first dose. I falfe great reji4|,|tji| irritation of the throa| jvas calming down; and I recoveifedf Ithbialeep which had nearly left me. The third dose delivered me completely, and - 1 am now completely restored to Kl&th/ I I ‘-I -in/.-* | Receive, sir, with the expression of my . gratitude theaspuransqotjaiy, distinguished 'SeniliihiVfite. ' 1 V ...I, :o i r,r, or . DUC DB j HER MAJESTY S GUN. NBTLEY. i -.-v.-ii ci?.;' WicfcjlScotland, j J :• X’i . ] Having had: a; most distressing and sever.e7 cough/ si,which caused t hie many sleepless nights and Restless X was recomtnended .by his /LORDSHIRI the EARL of CAITHNESS >tb * try r . youi; .most •:■ invaluable ;: Bidsaiti ofAniseed/ .and{/Jvcan!-assurb you,; with ;the first dose, I found immediate relief/" even! without ; having: rto;' Suspend -niy various duties; . aridthe bfirpt /small..bottle com-; . pletOly/tehred’ ihae;’l thbfefbie «>f ihhwbl thej :gdeatedt confidence in Tfally, tecommeuding it to the million. Signed, ' , ' • | f W.jLENtZELLi' H MxGbß. 'NBTLKY. | m in i rP | . COUGHS; ’T : - 1 •• FLtTENtA; rl j

. ©y.WJSU.’S,-i I.lieiesifi^cts ; fif .oiVKtefsppwful, tak?n ln a| is.extraqrdinary.: '■" No family should be .without it in the winter.; Sold by Chemists 'and Medicine Vendors i UUIUCdt. <IX9 Cavlli irfa ( i«uiV3iu.u w J ; Proved <6fily ’by ■: TfcdMAS; 'Pp WELL, dil'ackfriarsjKoaid, LondoH;’’ ’■ il ,y n '- - 1 TjO WELL’S BALSAM of 'AISIISEED..! JT , “ Sir,—l have for a long time suffered] from a" Severe 1 and .tried ’ afl'b&rlnbr of] remedies; :t UK lifb&eeht advisedPO WELL’S j ANI&BfEO } a few days. You are af liberty- to tfScbffhls lettevlia lfopes'fhat! otlfers may benefit by it.— am.iSir, iVours. &c., I*-* ALBERT- COUNT POTOCKI.’-’-FOR-i -:<SDIKSHS, l-BRtXNC HlTfe, 11 INFLUENZA, 1 'GOLDS, &c. L EOR COUGHS, - BRONCHITIS, IN-i !. FEUENZA,-COLDS,. ■-U £ ,wUGItS t CpEBS,|&c. m IN )OWELL’S t BALSAM.; OF’ ANISEED i ! / o vih n:.

w ILL LOOSEN,, the Verger' writes : ‘‘ f was.advised to try the PHLEGM imme-of-yVes^nirtistet’s Balsam pf Aniseed;' I'did, atid have -found gifeat, relief. It is iost ' comforting in #llayin£ imitatioit’a'nd giving strength to'the roiie. ! ., ■ Lioridl Brdugh; l ' Esijij tha : e/hTnehi, a«o(, writers 1 think, it an mvhlnablemedicinefor members of my profession, and have always fefpJwdfended' its-to.:my brother' and s-alter artistes-,' T' RItLY./ an EXTRAORDINARY ‘E& . PECTOKAN T. —Mr. Edward ©{ ißUry.s dludts. ,i writes ; to.- MesirsJ > Paltaer & Son, Ramsay :—“ Having beehiiiifthe*habit of using Powell’s Balsam of-Anijeeddfortf great nun,ibcc of years, f luve gfeaf pleasure id bearing tfestiriiony to its as an expectorant. I always find a dose gives immediate relief, and, small a perfect' cafe.” ~ * ' A SK for POWELL’S -BALSAM of ANISEED !t t,f.<:]s • Observe . tbe .Trade Mark, Lionet, ■\i\yholcs*i4 j'Agen&nin:;ithe<)AiistrfiKan and i?e\v 'Zealand ConniesinEuirofiiißicrthers ; Eyers & Solomon Grimwalde, other-Mdfcy|remqniesV J Mc^efdr —Thomas Road London.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 251, 25 January 1881

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