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Medical. KEATINGS COUGH LOZENGES'. pOUGIIS, ASTHMA. BRONCHITIS'' ACCUMULATION OF PHLEGM. Composed of (he purest articles. ■ . Trie-e-I.ozenge.s contain no opium nor any deleterious'drug, therefore the most delicate can take them with perfect confidence. Their beneficial effect is speedy and certain. This old, un-, failing family remedy is daily recommended by, the most eminent Physicians. (In use nearly ; 60 years), ■ I '' MEDICAL TESTIMONY. '' . 7 1 July 25th, ISI7. 22, Cold Harbour Lane, ' London. I Sir,—Your Lozenges are excellent,' anil their beneficial effect most reliable. 1 strongly 1 recommend them in cases of cough aria; asthma. You are at liberty to state that as'inj* opinion, formed from many years.experience. J. Bringloe, M. R.C.S.L., L.-S; A;,'L,jMp f * :> Mr. T. Keating, Indian Medical Setvic& ,! a j. Dear Sir, —Having tried your m India, I have much pleasure in testifying;!*' their beneficial effects in cases; of; incipient'consumption, asthma and bronchial affocdqdfc f I have prescribed them laigely, with the fapt« results. t], ; ... W. B. G, —, Apothecary,, H-M. Si , KEATING’S COUGH LOZENGES *rp,, sold by all Chemists, in tins of. various 'sucty,’each having the words, ‘‘Keating’s Cough. Lozenges” engraven On the government Stamp. Keating’s Worn Tablets. ; ■( h j. Keating’s Worm TaMet^ 1 A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both in appearance and taste, fnmisMng-4. ag.eeable. method of administering tne only,, certain remedy for -INT ESTIN A' L * br' ; THREAD WORMS. It is a perfectly Safti;* and mild preparation, and is especially adapted 1 - for children. Sold in tins by. all Chemistsand 1 : Druggists. . Proprietor, THOS. KEATING, London',’ ' ■ Export Chemist and Druggist.;' ■'''' ' 7 STEEDMAN’S SOOTHING POWDERS ’ FOR ■ , CHILDREN CUTTING TEET1j1,,,... ’ j CAU TI ON TO P U ; The value of this well-known Family Medi- r cine has been, largely tested in alL'part&'bfhhe' 1 ! world, and by all grades of society, for upwards of FIFTY YEARS. Its well-earned. exWosive sale has induced SPURIOUS 'i TIONS, some of which in OUTWARD;.!: • APPEARANCE so closely resemble the ibri-U ginal as to have deceived many rourehasgi&i The proprietor therefore feeL it public to give a special caution against tHe usert Sf SUCH IMITATIONS. ' Purchasers are therefore- requested carefully to observe the four following distinctive, characteristics, without which rionO ‘jum ; genuine:— 1 > w- 1 * Ist— ln every case the words JOHN' 0 STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WALWORTH,’ 1 SURREY,, are engraved on the 1 Govenimont • 1 Stamp affixed to each packet. ; /-./ ;■ rice > 2nd— Each Single; Ppwder has directions ter -i i i , the dose, and the words, John ; Chemist, Walworth, Surrey, printed thereon. .-a 1 3«i ; —The name, Steedman, is,, always; spelt U With tWO EE’S. , . .yt , ; 4th. —The manufacture is carried on solely' > . at Walworth, Surrey. : . . • - j 1 Sold in Packets by all Chemists' and Medicine Vendors. , r Sold, by Kempthorne, Prosskr and Co;, f Auckland. ~>,■■■ ■ 63 1 XA7HO is Mrs. WINSLOW! As this’ ' f * * question is frequently ndeedi* 3 shall simply say that she' is arlaffy who for I upwards of thirty,c years i devoted her time and talents Rs a female Y physician and nurse, principally, among children.^, She .has especially , studied the constitution and wants of this numerous { {, class,, and, as a result, of this effort ancl practical knowledge obtained, jm. a lifetime as nurse \ arid physician, she hag .com-; i. pounded a SpOTffiNG ,tn dreh. 'lt operates,,like, magic,' giving; rest 3j! aidhealth, anfi.i _m,r sure StOLl ; regulate the bowels.. In .copaequeiwe. of n. this, article, Mr si . Winslow is,/becoming ' , worhLrenouried- as. a benefactor,qf her. . j race; Children certainly do rise up.amLu , bless her.' Especially is this the case i». ■. i I this.city. Vast quantities oftbe Soothingi -.i } Syrupare'daily sold and used here.! : We-- r t think,Mre has immortalised, her.. 1 1 1 pinie ;iy this invaluable article,, apd ym I, , iincerely. belieye. that .thoueax*d» ofiiWfcfid j drenhave beep, saved from an eply/grave.; r by its!-timely and that millions yet■ ; r -unborn will ehare its benefits and unite in, ,i> . calling her blessed. No mothesihaajdis*. 3 her, duty to her-suißering /Utile , r > . one, in our opinion, until she has given it t the benefit of Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing '. i ( Eyrup. VTiy it‘ prpthers, ; i; now^-n-poa t Ladies’ York City. - vlnuiii r Conveyances. ,-i.^ -u E COOKSON, . Wills Street, 1 Vans'the ; , MAIL POACH from Ashburton, ■ Railway Station to Green Street, Alforf ' ,r Forest, and Mount Somera, every-Tuesday 1 f:: and Friday,, returning Wednesday and ;r ' Saturday at 3 n.m . ; ’ THE LONGBEACH COACH l i : THOMAS COTTON Wishes ito inforta 1 u the. travelling public between Ash- , , burton and Longbeach that heihaa tsken-' i k over the Coach Business from Mr., George > ' , Willcocks, and hopes for a continuance el ?> i the support hitherto accorded to his pro*. [ decesaor. ~ The fares by Cotton’s coach are exactly ; L 3d. per mile ordinary fares* and; l|di per; : >L , mile for - Saturday return. They are ! aa • under—. . H .w>v Longbeach to Ashburton, ordinary ba.*- 1 ti return Bs. ; ~■■•<! Watertqn to Ashburton, 3s. 6<L ordN> !' nary, 6s. return. - . : U > , Ashton to Ashburton, 3a. rbtiim. . ”... Wheatstone to Ashburton* 2aj u6d. i t qrdinary, 4s. return, ,«no‘.xjq The coach leaves Longbeach daily At 1 -' 7.30 a.m., arriving at Ashburton at lO '; - 1 a.m.; and returns, leaving the Booking ;' Office, Baldwin’s Central Hotel, each >day ; ;.'i COTTON’S BOARDING HOUSE , (Late of Dunedin), - . 1 WAKANUI ROAD, ASHBURTON, , ; Close to the Railway Station, opposite ,-V fire bell. ‘ ‘ Good Accommodation. Reasonable terms. Board and Lodging, £1 per week. 1 ~ Board only, 14s. ’• MEALS AT ALL HOURS. J THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, - Pkxob One PeNst,' ; CAN be obtained from the folloulng ; < Agents, who will receive ordeik >- - < H. M. Jones ... The Tr&uigl# ; 1 ■ F. Clark - r .... Bast street' L. F. Andrewes ... East street O. Carstens East street *■ Mr. MoLauglan ... Wakanm ■ M. Atkinson Seafield ■ r . -G. 1 ... Wakanui OreJi . LawryandSon ; Seafield ! " 1 ' J. ;Lambie ..* Kyle . Wnv Cox ... Rakaia 1 '• ’. W;-Harris ;v. Winslow / 1 '’ E. H. Butler ... Westerfielfl J ‘ ‘ 1 |T. E. Tomlinson ... MSuntTJomeis , -.‘P. Tisch , ■ ... 1 Soreid Eagb.'-V"',’ , A. R. Markham & Co. Griertsey . M.I Hudson ... Wutditbn 1 ,,. )■ /'' ..ijJi Bowiok ; •••' 1 .; v . ’ /Morgan and Hi&bs ; willi please fill fip ■ ’forms, which can be obtamed.frdmanjr of the a|>oye Agents. They wiQ ' ’’ by stating on the batik of the' tirdbr io; which agent they pay their Bubacriptions ; 1: 7 r :

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 356, 28 May 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 356, 28 May 1881

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