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Medical. ~ < - > ./ fc ' ■ JJY DRQPAXHIC STITU.T lON. Christchurch, Kow IN FtrLt ' .OPKRAi'ipN,’ , Under the able manast-meat of S. WAUL IS, .Formerly of Smedley’s, j Matlock Bank, Derbyshire. Almost every kind of disease can ,bei treated successfully.,by .. ~ /.. HYDRO P A T H ' <.i -lurm In-patientsH ;.£2 28-perweek.'; put ■ ... . £lolSs fcEMALB ATTENDANTS' EOR-LADfESJ •» The Mild Treatment .VEfeT SunM ■ able for - Children. Hours of Consultation— 2 to 4 ’DiitV' at" Institution, Montreal and Tuamstfeets. After 6 p.m., at Mr Wallis’ Private'/ Residence, “ :,:i '• ; * Durham StreetSodth, ‘■; '' ■ ■ Near the Belt. '/■’ ; ; (Extract froth' 1 Telegrdpj{j AprU 28th.], ! . What! sufiered for twenty k thr!Se language fails rile tb describe. ' ThosO'/suf-j faring from tbat distressing complaint—bronchitis—are ! the only on^S 1 tliht cdii” form {tny idea'of it; ’ However/ ( so‘make ’ the matter short,' T have had' the best advice to be obtained, both here and in Cornwall, England, without any beneficial : result.- Wheh at-about the'lowrist'ebb/ ! aV friend bailed 1 niy attention to Mr 'Whins’’’ advertisement. In * the jSSfar:' I 'called 1 pir that gentleman, slated' 'toy case. His' answer was—“ I can’t cure you, but can * do you a world of good.’* He attended me for a Weekthe result astounded m'e' within two days he gave me uiofe relief ” than all the drugs I have'taken during' half a life-time. Although Mlf Wallis'’ told me he couldn’t cure- me*, ‘yet I havja'; been at Work three months' m splendid, health, and still feel first rate; The only: apology I can offer you, is that hun- u ' dreda suffering from the same complaint ” may get relief as I ' etd , / * , r :■ 5 ‘ ' Johnson TePi^as, 1 '! ; Aldred f street/Cbristdbtirch.‘‘ ; ‘' 1 ! ■ ■ (Copt.) ■ 1 " - ” Christchurch; Feb. i4th,'lSßL To S: Wallis, Esipy-Hydroj^thisk’ 5 /;' 1,1 Sir/—-I write the'foHo'mng* hoping ySu*' will publish it for the;benefit Of ,the'’ public. ; Some four yeart : thy ‘ wira T was taken suddenly ill; 1 I fcalfed in'.a* 1 doctor, Who at once ; pronounced it ;' rheumatic'fever. ; <He attended fpr a.‘. shbrt time;? and then ga'vie' up.’tne ’ckfeeV' ‘ What to do T did Dot know.' ' ’ jvas scteaming- with l wMdn with l lightning rapidity dhe pdrt ’! of to another,;'and ; the , doiJlbi , ( ! , 1 ; having left us to shift for durtefvea; ;,! /Jn'/ our last extremity/ When 'death seethed” inevitable/ Mr Denham C'bkCh* 1 bidder,' advised me to apply to you and’if etfer a human-being was snatched from the I jaws of' death, my wife was on that I occasion. Although you only took a [ ; fortnight to = pure her,; you thoroughly eradicated/She disease, root and branch. . . : ‘ I redb&in, [yours Oyer .obliged, J'' ’ . John Hei^ert, '■ ’ 1 ” , Master Butcher.- I j South -Town Belt/ Iphristcburck , ■|; &-■ r: , (dwr.y ■■■ " •• •••' »- "* ! : Oxford Terrace, Christchurch,. N i o.t f o ' March 7th, 1881. ' ito Mr Wallis, Hydropatbist. ' / ■ -Dear Sir, —I send-youthefolio wing' make any use .of you like. - Some years . ago Mrt Sherlock 1 Was under the care -.; of -an eminent M.D., suffering from, a ’ ‘ large fluid tumour internally; Under bis ; ! Care! she gradually grew worse, ,apd waf, at Ipst reduced, to a Aiere skeleton. , In this ’ stage three of the leading, doctors in' ; ‘ Ghristchurclrfrdri”W nonsnltation, finally j decidingvthat nothingv could be done foe' lier* 1 Jn 'this critical state ! plated' her * ; finder your care, when, to the astonish* ment of every one that knew her (the 1 doctor included), in two months you com- ’ pletely cured her ; and ever since; I.am i happy to say)' she has enioyed the best 7 ' of-health, - Any., person; desiring further = (Cun -eUher- apply to Mrs.: .photographic -rooipp, Oxford terrace, j i ” I’hhve the honor toremaSn‘, ‘ . . - / ■ | •*! : Ydiira ! truly/ ; /' '• ”ftj : WjL 'SaetrLikitt,' ; 10 < r i Ehotogrnpbbri '■ "*i , ■ ■ .' . (Copt) : , : Strickland, street, Cashel, • East, ; . ' Christchurch; March Ist. To Mr WA£.Lis,”Water Doctor. Sir,—l had intended dong'Ugh to Write ’ and 1 inform. you: that Sthe wonderful cure : you effected,f<?r me,five years since l was:aw permanent one, for since that time I hais," not lost a day’s work through ill health. You will remember how for months I had gone dlinost daily .to' & surgebn with the . usual result (viz. , getting worse), the paih in-my head so severe as to • almost' drive • mb. out of my,- mind. .As a last t resource I' 1 : Waa,j.ust about,going to thekosphtal/whenf;, I heard, of you; fortunately, for meil did [ nof go to thakin’stitutibn. for at that.time ~ a young man suffering frpm, the same complaint was'admitted thefe. 1 A seton Jas put in at the back of the beCk. That, ith other -so called medical treatment, Very-spon affected, his eyesight, so.much - so that when, ! saw him he was uneble to distiuguish one color fyoip aßotheiV. ' In coriclueioln/ sir, J w°uld say facte are • stubborn things. Six weeks under your ’ eare turned' me oUt a healthy man—about the same time turned the other young fellow:out a corpse.. ’ • 1 ' I Wishing.you .every success, ' ' ; ' . , John Wilson, . ■ 820 d" V '! , Carpenter., , Conveyances; I ;:. THE. LONGBEACH COAO fi[ f ; T pOT.TON : wishes to inform i; JL . the travelling.. public between Ashburton and Longbeach that he has taken over the Coach'Business from Air, 1 Georgia,. Willcocka, and hopes for a continuance of' J the support hitherto accorded't'O.hb/prew’* decessor. '''<!■ r,- i The fares by;Cotton’s coach ar& exactly 3d. per, piile ordinary fares, and par,--mile for ' Saturday return, ( under—. ”V ‘ ~ , , e Lqn«b,esch td' Ashbnrtdn, ordinary fia.,! ' peturhße. ; ■>!'! o> ».oi ■ ■- f- ir - Waterton to -Ashburton, 3si Gd; ordi- ; nary, Ca. return.; ' ! ; ; ' j Ashton to Ashburton, 3s, ordinaiy, Bs. return. j ; : s: '.'sif> i Wheatsoone', Ashburton, , 2a.. 6d* ordinary, 4s. return. V . „ . I;!**■■■■ "lii 'll i I', mgr' piOTTQN’S HOUS|f:: (Date of Dunedin), M ; ' WAKANUI ROAD, ASHBURTON, 1 f Close to the Railway Stallion; opposite. ’■ . ■ fire bell/ 1 * . v ’•* Good Accommodation, ißeaaobablefferiQS, ?* ! Jlgard apd 'tioiging, ,£! per week: ■;: m Board only, 14s. i ... MEALS AT ALL HODiRS.. SqQa 1 1

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 355, 27 May 1881

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