Article image
Article image
Article image
Article image
This article displays in one automatically-generated column. View the full page to see article in its original form.

Medical. BALSAM of ANISEED. ■E Montabor writes: — ,u de Montabor, Aveyron. ig sulfered for some time inate cough, accompanied < ontiuuous head-aches, and its, I resolved after having -everal other medicines, to 5 to your BALSAM of I cannot resist, sir, the ; ; ng you acquainted with the ms results which I derived • n the first dose I felt great symptoms grew feebler, the : ie throat was calming down, jred the sleep which had i-. The third dose delivered -, and I am now completely alth. t with the expression of my a , ssurance of my distinguished DUG DE MONTABOR

. I UE-.TY S GUN BOAT NETLEY. Wick, Scotland. ■ ‘sad a most distressing and which caused me many ■ ;s and restless days, I was by his LORDSHIP the AITHNESS to try your ible Balsam of Aniseed, issure you, with the first ■ . id immediate relief, even ig to suspend my various die first small bottle comme, therefore I have the lence in fully recommend.l lillion. Signed, .1 VLL, H.M.G.B. NETLEY. ■ •-:< ir POWELL’S BALSAM o L ANISEED ,!l CHEMISTS and STORE.S. Observe the Trade Mark, j , -.ud Mouse.” • ;Oi GHS, BRONCHITIS, IN FL. lENZA, COLDS, &c. ■ V i:t 3HS, BRONCHITIS, 'INFL JENJZA, COLDS, &c. 1 . . BALSAM of ANISEED.— •ItevAof one teaspoonful taken in a ' -e going to bed is extraordinary. ,oi iu , mould be without it in the winter. - jiil ; chemists and Medicine Vendors i-.i the World, is i>£d and 2S 3d per : a great saving in taking family 1 Established over 50 years, .i.i by THOMAS POWELL, lb)id, London. ... ~ L BALSAM of ANISEED ■ -ir, I have for a long time suffered ) a st ere cough and tried all manner of a i-'-s. Dr. Liberecht advised POWELL’S A of ANISEED; it cured me after • lav. You are at liberty to use this t • ; 1 that others may benefit by it. — ■ ;1. ' , Yours. &c.. > Ci.o BALSAM OF ANISEED i . . OSEN the PHLEGM imme—The Dean of Westminster’s jer writes: “I was advised to try the sam of Anijeed; I did, and have found : ’.t relief. It is most comforting in allaying liiution and giving strength to the voice.” Lionel Brough, Esq., the eminent actor, sites: I think it an invaluable medicine for .1 bers of my profession, and have always ommended it to my brother am' cmfr-v ;es.” . :TuLV an EXTRAORDINARY EXPECTORANT. —Mr. Edward M. Ullett, iviry, Hunts., writes to Messrs. Palmer & .11, Ramsay ;—“ Having been in the habit of Li.'-Powell’s Balsam of Aniseed for a great iber of years, I have great pleasure in bear- , ; testimony to its incomparable effects as an . ictorant. I always find a single dose gives icdiate relief, and a small bottle effects a - Let cure. ” v'lolesale Agents in the Australian and •• Zealand Colonies -Elliot Brothers; ; is & Solomon ; Felton, Grimwalde, ; P. and S. Falk, Faulding & Co. , a e, Tompsit, & Co.; Rosenthall & Kempthorne, Prosser, & Co.; S. •'ENUNG & Co. ; HeMMONS, LAWS, & Berkley, Taylor, & Co.; and all 1 wholesale houses. Proprietor— Thomas ■’ ;11, Blackfriars Road London. ENO’S FRUIT SALT IE PHYSICAL BASIS OF LIFE GOOD FOOD. ~v to enjoy good food that would otheri cause Bilious headache, disordered ■ui..:xh, Poisoned Blood, &c.—use ENO’S FRUIT SALT. , NATURAL APERIENT. ENO’S ■ - BRUIT SALT, when taken with water, a a natural aperient, its simple but natural !i A: removes all impurities, thus preserving iu loring health. If its great value in keep g t . ; body in health were universally known, , f'l.- should be without it. ;■ .'.GED, WEARY, AND WORN OUT i: ! v me whose duties require them to under--3 1 ital or unnatural excitement or strain i • > FRUIT SALT is the best known i: iv. It acts like a charm. It allays nericitement, depression, aud the injurious ■. of stimulants and too rich food. Its in aiding the digestion is most striking. • i- ■ restores the nervous system toils proper : ’- on (by natural means). Use ENO’S KLIP SALT. You cannot overstate its .■: ,i value in keeping the blood pure and free

RY TRAVELLING TRUNK AND lOUSEHOLD in the world ought to a Bottle of END’S FRUIT SALT, d Rom Sonnd, Ripe Fruit, as a HealthCooling, Sparkling, and Invigorating ;e for any Seaton. It is the best Preand Cure for Biliousness, Sick Head kin Eruptions, Impure Blotd, Fevers, > on the I ace, Giddiness Feverishness Depression, Want of Appetite, SourStomach, Constipation, Vomiting &c., and to remove the effects of errors ig and Drinking. ’S FRUIT SALT—From the Rev. 'r Hurst, Vicar of Collorly ;_“I have ir bruit Salt for many years, and have your statements. The thanks of the re due to you for your unceasing efforts e suffering humanity. Long may you e a blessing to the world. ”

S.FRUir SALT.—“After suffering r ;? £a^ y t T / , and a balf years fro.r sadache and disordered mach anc mg almost everything and spending roney without finding any benefit j mmended by a friend to try ENO’S SALT, and before I had finish -1 one ound it doing me a great deal of good, I am restored to my usual health: re I know that have tried it have not such good health for yeare.— Yours ly, Robert Humphreys, Post Office versus STIMULANTS. —An n hcient amount of exercise frequentb the fiver. ENO’S FRUIT SALT i' 'adapted for any constitutional weak. vhoT’ A ; VOrld of woes avoided >< lii C6 P and use ENO’S FRUIT ,f L .° ur customers for Eno’s Salt w v ' vlt . hoi } t u u Pon any consideration, mtch benefit fr ° m it— IHERS > Chemrsts, Jersey, 1578.” ents for New Zealand, ■ KEM and co YE ’ GROSSER

This article text was automatically generated and may include errors. View the full page to see article in its original form.
Permanent link to this item

http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/AG18810517.2.17.7

Bibliographic details

Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881

Word Count
913

Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 346, 17 May 1881

  1. New formats

    Papers Past now contains more than just newspapers. Use these links to navigate to other kinds of materials.

  2. Hierarchy

    These links will always show you how deep you are in the collection. Click them to get a broader view of the items you're currently viewing.

  3. Search

    Enter names, places, or other keywords that you're curious about here. We'll look for them in the fulltext of millions of articles.

  4. Search

    Browsed to an interesting page? Click here to search within the item you're currently viewing, or start a new search.

  5. Search facets

    Use these buttons to limit your searches to particular dates, titles, and more.

  6. View selection

    Switch between images of the original document and text transcriptions and outlines you can cut and paste.

  7. Tools

    Print, save, zoom in and more.

  8. Explore

    If you'd rather just browse through documents, click here to find titles and issues from particular dates and geographic regions.

  9. Need more help?

    The "Help" link will show you different tips for each page on the site, so click here often as you explore the site.

Working