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c KEATINGS COUGH LOZENGESOUGUS, AS :MM A,' - BRONCHITIS, UX'KMIM. iTfO,\ OK . be UICHI Willi jiUl KC. Ct.l.ia-OU'Vj, l iirit jj- /it*Hi 1 effect is speedy auct cejiaui. Kins o!d,,uu- • failing family remedy is daily recommended by the most eminent I‘hysidans. (to use nearly = 60 years). ■ MEDICAL TESTIMONY. July 25th, iB?7. 22, Cold Harbour Lane’ London, ._ ; Sir,—Your Lozenges are excellent, and,, their beneficial effect reliable, 1, strongly reboriimehd them in cases of cough ‘ and ‘ asthma. You are at‘liberty to stiffs tins'aiS ! mj? : ' opinion, formed from-many yearaexperieutc. •>:! t J, M,R.C,S.L„ L.S.A,*L-M* Mr. T, Keating, Indian Medical Service. Dear Sir, - Having tried yourLpzengcs . in India, I have much pleasiirt in tfestifjnng fo 1 their beneficial effects in : casW of''intiMefit 01 consumption,asthma aud branch ialaffectiionS.':- 1 I have prescribed them largely, wiffi $e best , ■ • results. : ‘ W. B. G, Apothecary, 1 HiM.S. ! ' !0 ‘ KEATING’S COUGH LOZENGES sold by all Chemists, in tins of various/ skids; - ' each having; the words,; “Keating’s ;Cough , 1 Lozenges” engraven on the government stamp. r > Keating’s Worm Tablets. I ; *tr Keating’s Worm Tablets, A PURELY VEGETABLE S WEETMEAT, - both in appearance and taste, furnishing a. most agtceable method of. administering tijeonly ; certain remedy for INT E S.TI NALor „- THREAD JVORMS. It is a perfectly safe and mild preparation, and is especially Adapted for children. Sold in tins by all Chemists and f Druggists. , : -i Proprietor, THOS. KEATING, London,] Export Chemist and Druggist. ; STEEDMAN’S SOOTHING POWDERS‘ 1 • .-FOR CHILDREN CUTTING TEETH. ■ CAUTION TO PU R CHASE&S ‘ [The value of this well-known Family Medi.: • cine has been largely tested m all parts p£ the.,: WO rid, and byall grades of society, for upwards:' of FIFTY- Vears: Its * * AW TV CiX'CdUP sive sale has induced SPURIOUS IMTFA- ! TIONS, - some of which; in OUTWARD APPEARANCE s ginal as fp have The proprietor thpfefore'fl—, .. ub public to give aspecialcaution ag&irist the'use’V' 1 of SUCH IMITATIONS. Purchasers are therefore requested carefully to : observe the • four following distinctive.,. characteristics, without whidi none' are ' - ■ '■ ■ - -■ 'Mji/t a.-u.Mi.u Ist—ln every case the words JOHN-: STEEDMAN, CHEMIST,WALWORTH,; SURREY, are engraved on the Government . Stamp affixed to each packet. V''' ’ " 2nd—Each Single Powder hai dirittioriS lof 1 the dose, and the words, JOHN StEEDMAN, ; > Chemist, Walworth, Surreyj printed thereon.-. -j 3 f d—The name, Steedman, is always spelt' with two EE’s. . V, ' ,’ V ’.. 4th—The manufacture is earned on solely " ; at Wahvorth,:Surrey. 'a > Sold in Packets by all Chemists and: Medi* cine. Vendors,. Sold by KitMPTHokNE, Prosser and Cp.,’ , r Auckland. : : ' 1 63’ ’ WHO is ( lira. WINSLQWI ‘Aa. thia. ’ “ question is frequently asked, ,wp shall simply say that she ; is a lady who for ‘ : upwards of thirty years has uritireirigly devoted her time andtalehtsas a female' physician j and nurse, principally; among ;r children. She has especially .studied ths copstitution and . wants of. this numerous , class, and,‘‘ai'aresult ofthis effort and practical knowledge obtained iff a ! lifetime as; nurse' and* physimany'shb' hascompounded aSOOTHING SYRUP for Children. Itoperatea like givirigrest and health, ,and is, moreover,. sure to regulate the, bowels. In coimequaaoe. s of. this article, Mrs. Winslow is becoming world-renouned. as a benefactor of; Bet rack * Children ; certainly do ’ rise tip aha bless-lifer;- : -'Especially is this’the case'in ' thisfdtyj Vast quantities ofthe-’Sodthmg' Syrup, ate daily sold and used here! • We think Mrs Winslow baa immortalisedche*: 3 name by. this, ipvaJLuable article, - and.! we n sincerely-Believe that thousands of enuj. dren have been saved from an early grave By its'timely use; arid' that millions 'yet will shaite its benefits and s unitbiri- ' ling her.-Blessed. '■ No-mother haa-dis* dunged her her. sufferirig iittlo - : oife, in our opinion,, until she has given, it! the of Mrs. .Winslow’s .Soothing jSjirup, 1 Try. it mothers, . try it now.—,. Ladies' Visitor, New’.Vork City. 1 ' Conveyances. Tji; .JjLf, ■ MAII/ CGACH from- ■ Ashbuthm * n Railway Station to Green Street, : Alforc v Forest, and Mount Somers, every: Tuesday; 1 Saturday at 3 p.m .. . , me longbeach coach i. . * Thomas cotton wishes Vip/op/ - ‘ the travelling public het*ebn'Ash- : ‘ burton and.Longbeach that he has taken -1 oyer the Coach Business'from Mr. George ~ ~ Willcooks, and hopes for a continuance of the. support hitherto accorded to hls- ;f .decessor. .1 ; : j . The fares by Cotton’s coach are exactly Bd.,.per mile ordinary fares,:and pet mile for Saturday; return. ;..They are as - under— . :.f . ' ;r , • ;•; ; Longbeach ta Ashburton, ordiriaxy 55., K return Ba. . . . r fi : . - Waterton to Ashburtonj 3s. 6di ordi - nary, 6s. return. ; . I ■ Ashton to Ashburton, ,3s. ordinaryjSs.L ’ return. jj.r Wheatstone tof Ashburton, 2s. 64 ordinary,,,4si return. > -s, 'G%e n 7.30 a.m., arriving at Ashburton at 10 a.m.; and returns, leaving the Booking Office, Baldwiri’s Central Hotel, each day » at 430 p.m. ; Post Office, 445 p.m. 4a, f COTTON’S BOARDING HOUSE . (Date of Dunedin), . » - WAKANT7I ROAD,; ASHBURTON, Close to the Railway .Station,' opposite fire' f bell.‘ ; Good Accommodation. Reasonable terms, ■ i'. • ; i Board and Lodging, £1 per week. Hoard only, 14s. ’ MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 300 a . THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, Price One Penny, GAN be obtained' from the' following Agents, w-bo will receiye orders; - H. M. Jones F. Clark ; ~f. L. P. Andrewes ... O.Carßnenß,: Mr. Moiiauglari |M. Atkinson , - ~; , w G. Leadley Lawryand Son“'J. Lambie ... Wm. Cox .1. W. Harris E. H. Butler . -:A T. E. Tomlinson ..i.i; P. Tisch I A, R. Markham & Co. Unertsey M. Hudson : - ... "Watertori! J. Bowick ■ - ..it Mayfield Morgan arid Hibbs <1 - Mel hvan Intending’ Sobaqribm.-wHtt|*! T forms, which scan be. 9btainqd:fitoittWßJ>.of the above Agents. They will also oblige by stating on ; tha : of. the OCder ,to| 'v which agent tiiey pay their subscriptions - ? The Triangle . East , street. 7 East street Wakanui rnSeafiffidl Wakanui Cre»k \Kylo Rakaia Winslow ' > MQtH^S(sferii' r " ;; Aovead ' Eagk f

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 357, 30 May 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 357, 30 May 1881

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