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Medical. TTYDROPATHIC INSTITUTION, rrfChristchurch, KOW IN FULL OPERATION, ; Under the able management of S.„’ W A L L I Sj ' , Formerly of. Smedley’s, j Matlock Bank, ,1 Derbyshire.. Almost every kind of disease can be treated successfully by HYDROP A T H Y. T E R M S In-patients ... • ... £2 2s per week. Out „ ... . ... £1 Is ~ FEMALE ATTENDANTS, FOR LADIES. The. Mild Treatment, Very Suit* ; able for • Children. • : Hours of to 4 Daily at Institution, Montreal Slid Tiiam streets. After 6 p.m., at Mr Wallis’ Private vui.'i. -'■ [Residence, ( - ■■ Durham Street South,' Near the Belt:;' (Extract from; JkMgraph, April 28th. j . Whatl suffered fnr twenty-three years,’ language fails me to describe. Those s«f-; feting ! from that distressing bomplamt-p- f bronchitis —are the only ohea that can form-any-idea of it. However,; tb 'ibako thA matter' short, Thave Had the best advice' to b'e obtained, both here and' in Cornwall, England, without any, beneficial result. When at about the lowest' ebb,_ a friendcalled my attbntion 1 Wallis’ advertisement in the 'Star: I called bn' that gbntlSmah, stated my ; case'i His answerWaa— 111 T can’t cure you/ -but can 1 do‘you' a world ;of good. ” He attended nie : for a week; : thb : result astounded me 'i within twb days he gave' me’more relief than all the drugs I have taken' during half 'a ll life-time. Mr J Wallis told tne'he couldn’t cure me, Yet I’have bete at-work three months m aplfendid. health, 1 and still feel, first Tate? 1 - The only; apology ! can offer ybuj is! that the huh- - dreds suffering- from the same complaint . may get rehaf ayil 'etd. ; , ! , , “ ’ Johnson Thomas., Aldred street, Christchurch.

' l ‘' ’ ' ’ (Copy.) . ’ . , Christchurch, Feb, 14th, ( X881. To S., Esq. , Hydropathist.; , Sir,—l write the following hoping you will publish it for the benefit of the; public. Some four years ago my wife was taken suddenly ill. I called in a doctor, who at once pronounced it i rheumatic fever. He attended her for a short time, and then gave up thecase, 1 What £6 do X did not know/ ; My wife, was screaming with, pain, ’ which with lightning rapidity passed 1 from one part having left us toshift.for,. ourselves. In our last extremity, when death seemed inevitable*, r Mr.,Denham, poach, bpildef, advised me fp apply ; tp you and if efer a human being was . snatched, Xfpm jaws of death, my wife' was bn that, occasion..- Although .you only took a fortnight’,* fo cure her, you thoroughly! eradicated trio disease, root and branch. I remain, yours ever /obliged, I I ? ■ > v JOHJT;HeRBHBT, ,; ./ ■ ; , ' li: . : Master .Butcher. ;of . South Tawn.Belt, Christchurch.,

.' ii' r i - . • (Copy.) , Oxford Terrace, Christchurch, T .~ .. ' !! \;;‘h&reh7t&; ! lfeßli, \ To Mr Wallis, Hytltopathist. ® Dear Sir, — ypu the.,following itiiikb ahy Use of yod like. ;,*■ Sdnje ago [ ;Mrs Sherlock wag 1 tender ' thU care' of aii emineht'M.D.; 'SUfferingi ig from a; lafgtdluid ! tumour ‘ • cafe she gradually grew Worse,* tind Vas ! M : last reduced to •'& mere skeleton. In thfe ! stage three of tliS i ,lOadiiig I 'dOetots t, in Christchurch held a consultation*,' £ 'finally' deciding that nothing, could be done fort (her. • In-this' critical 1 slate I placed her under yobr care, when, to the 'ment 'of ' eVerji'one^tKSt^^-6‘heV 3 j doctor included); in two months you completely cured her ; and ever since, Tam happy to say, she has ensojyg)s the best ■of health. A.ny person demising further can either to Mrs ShetlOckJ' * Btiebt, oil '-it' i ;photographic rooms, Oxford terrace. ?L/ | I have the honor to remain, Yours truly, i •-> V II! Wli. SHEftLOUKV' i O A • Photographer. Strickland street,' 'OashW' stree v ‘East; Christchurch.

March Ist. To Mr Wallis, Water Dodtori ’ * u ■ -•<; ■■ Sir,had intended long dgo to write and inform you that the wonderful cure iyou effected for me five years since was a permanent one, for since that time 1 have i not lost a day’s work through ill health. 'You will remember how for; months I had .gone almost daily to a surgeon with the usual result ‘(viz., getting worae), the pain in my head so severe ,as to almost drive 'jme out of ray mind..; Ak a.last resource I was just about,going to the hospital, when T heard of you ; . fortunately J did hot go to that institution,-for at that time a young man suffering from the same complaint was admitted ; there.* r. A set on was put in at the back of the neck, . That, with other so Called medical treatment, very soon affected his eyesight, : so much iso that when I saw him he was Unable to distinguish one color, from; another, •.. i In conclusion, sir, I would say facts are stubborn things. Six weeks under your care turned mo out a healthy man—about the same time turned the other; young fellow out a corpse. Wishing you every success, ...I remain, John Wilson, 820 a : ; Carpenter.

VALUABLE DISCO' HAIR* A very nicely, perfume called THE MEXICAN NEWER, now being sol mists and perfumers throi try, at 3s. 6d. per. bottle ceding all the old restore the purpose of changing hair to its- natural ■ origir will positively restore Qi« case'of greyness to its origi but dyeing it or leaving tha which most of the hair pre day do. This preparation known to fail, in : restoring natural color and gloss' in twelve days.- It promot preventstne v hair r falling'< dandruff, and lea v jug-.tfeeja healthy condition. It in vitality,to the roots of the it to its youthful freahm Daily applications iof this a week or ,twp will surely I grey, or white hair to its n® richness.. It i§,not a.dyp, ) tain any coloring matte’i

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 359, 1 June 1881

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