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■ 1 ~ ■ ■ *■ i KEATINGS COUGHS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, ' ACCUMULATION OF PHLEGM. Composed'of the puiest articles. These Lozenges contain no opium nor ,any deleterious ‘ ’ drug, therefore the - most delicate;:,can.- take them with perfect confidence. -Thsir beneficial effect, is speedy: and certain,; This-ijold, : un i failing family remedy is daily recommended: by the inost eminent Physicians. ’{lq. use flssy 66 years). I', ' V,;'‘ MEDICAL TESTIMONY. . ; ‘.. f ; July 25th, zß77> 22, Cold Harbour' Lane, London, "" .* V'"’/ f ““*' L ( Sir, —Your Lozenges are shu) their beneficial effect' most r'sKible. Istioiigly recommend' -them in caaeir , ' [ 6f 7, coiigfi il lmd asthma. Youare at Jibdrtyto^tatff i tlM' : as%»y opinion, formed from manyyeatb eipcrfeitcc,' * 1 ■ ; i J. Bringloe, M.R,G,S.IIy LtS.A#UM.'-t Mr. T. Keating, Indian! Medical Sertioh,’: * 1 ■ Dear’ Sir,’ -^Having l LOzenges in; India,- if haw much : pleasure in 'testifying*) their beneficial! effects: in: leases, of incipient consumption, asthma and bronchial ajfeetMna. L have- prescribed theP : hugely, With' the beat results.,,.: t . ... ■ -is via--till W. B. G, KEATING’S coy GH LOZENGES are sold' by all; Chemists, in tins of Tariooa sizes, each having the words, “ Keating’s VCtmgb i Lozenges” engraven (M the gpvet^enlt.sftu^,

Keating’sWonnTabletSi- odi ..i A PURELY VEGETABtIi both id appearance and tksfe, a ’Miul' MetHtii 6f l admihisterirfe* thd - only certain renieajJ-T<>r''l>N TBST?H>« L,' # THREAD WORMS. Itia jJperibcHyaafc and mild preparation, andisiespeetidly adapted for .children! . Sold in tins by all Chemists and Druggists*'',: >,'« at jl Proprietor; THOS.KEATING, ‘Xxmdohi - * - Export 'Chemisy and l DttiggiSt. SdOTHIN'G roWi^Rg , . , T FOJt , »■ * *’:■ :t > 1 ' • : <imtpitEtfr, cutting < ptejj£ l CA U TIO it'- TO ; PU R C fe'R?'S ,; • • .CfOI-J The.value of this -ire U-known Family Medi* cine has been largely testediniall 1 ports of'lhe world/ and! by all? grades of so doty; ifo'r dpwardd of FIFTY YEARS.-ltsiwell-ednied,eaten>i sive, sale? has, induced - S PURIO.US' XMItTAi TIONS, some iq, : APPEARANCE origin al-as, The. feels ‘,ittdM-i$ public to'give a special caution against the use of such imitations. ; 1 • “ Purchasers ard therelbire'reqttesfed' to observe 1 ■ the four 1 ’ foUowmj/- disdhctive* characteristics, ■ without ' which <dtia£ ;rJ ';airif genuine ! *-r,i\* , wb?Ja : ; wtfbgdfefc ist—ln every case this vrijrdai JOHN 1 STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, . WALWORTH;) SURREY,; are• engraved;on.the-/Government Sintnp : ?iffixed,to,each packet. ' Single,Powder hj^directiopf.lpr. ; the 'dose, and the 'words; ,:JOHN Chemist, Surrey, ' , X'^th— I The ^ 1 bh 'iti&tf at Walworth, Surrey. Sold in Packets-by aUCnenSsts and MediTA'YaSi&OaTWOIS, SIS i Sold by pROSSSK and Ca, j Auckland. , ..... , .63

TT£:S6 ; , is. Mm. ~ Ah; t^ifj » ” question is freq^eh^Jy r asked,. ynshall simply Efay' that aha' iSalady yho for upwards m tmrty ; haa •timirelfaSgly devoted' her time add ‘takntaWa'fdinaLlor [physician.. and liiurao, >■ principally' attunkg- | chUdfen,: j! She has tespeoialljt stadisdiibff j conßtitptioii, and; o\^ ti aas, jfgjji, re?st ks,flao, effojtaflit piratical knovdedge obtained in, a lifeline ‘ * shehas.bbthkmf' asburse andphyaician, potihded'tfr jdreti. ■ ItOperates' likb'magio/ ghiiig-rest |and health;--.' aatd-i is, 1 moreov^j-puiw. to? boftehdr.Jn consequence- ofI this article, , M% r t ffiii^ov>}M n peo9iiaij>g> qfthw, (race.’, CMldren certainly dp .nsehpanffi bhSi?-h©& ‘ 1 * Especially^iß’i^.’the ( thinkrMis Winslow 1 has immortahsediherjnfpnebyi dbis*. invaluable; article, ; and. jn, lai/gerje ly .believe thatthousands, ,of ohjlr. timely usejandV’that mdiidns yet’ ’uhbonj wil] shore its j calling hefc> -blessed. 1 i a Ko mother'hAir difrl ’ charged het* ! duty id hersufferingi little' in ouropinion, until she hasigiveh lt> ;tho - benefit of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing/ 1 Syrup.;. Try .it .* mothers; try. it boy. New..Ydrhj'O^y...' t .■ >' j; I. ‘.tv,: it?- GOOKSON, Wills : Street, niittfthS 1 j Jdi, mail- coach m&^Aamrmi j Railway Sfation to Oreett ; Street* > Alford' lEorpst, and Moout Somers,evety! Tuesday! WPridey, „, :i i,f t!olj , ■ 'aßofe THE LONGBEAOH 1 'O&AOH f ! >« * j j.ll ol iO uia2T.3fa ImHOMAS COTTON wuhedlto infenanr IX- the travelling .puhlie ; bety<eep..A«l|o burton and Longbeacjx thet he overtheCoachßusiness fromi^.^^jgej deoesaor. | The fares by Cotton's ; coach; are exactly) |3d. per.;mile ordinal fores, and mile for Saturday return. ; They-j^rfe-a^ j Longheacii .‘to* .kihbnrtoh, iretum Bs. ~ ~ . ; - r j ! ’Watertdn : 'to ! Ashburton, 1 35.6i Ibrdihary,;6s. return. ‘ o--* • • ok.a : : Ashton to Ashburton* iSsi 'OtdixiaiQr/BiC-i. jrcturn. . -bubfuovr .toii:. j ..Wheatstone to ; ,a^,j jordiiiafy,,is. return., ~,r ; The coach leaves tiwly «|i' 7.30 a.m., arriving at at tO" a.nt.; and returnsi BoofcbEig' Office, Bakhtin's Central H6tel, ftach <day J at 4.30 p.m. 5 Post Office, pimib v'Aa

COTTON’S BOARDING HOUSE (Lateof Dunedin), s' 'ni WAKANUI ROAD, : ASHBURTON; : ’ pioae to.the Railway Station, opposite- : , :j:| . fireball; ...V: tv.-: Hf: t>l-i Good Awoinmodation.Baasoimble ternis,,; Board and Lodging; 'per week. " Boardohlyi 14a.’ ‘ MEALS AT ALL HOURS; 300 a OTI OiE TO iSUBSCRLBERSt SubscriberatotlußJournalarereqpe ß^ to communicate with tha any delaya or omiasionainthe DeUveiy pf this Paper dcdujf. ;lt '■'" ! !o ‘- tsa * VJ > .•■ ■••iWr'BE-abUOTft*.-- fi •'! y>r Propriety< £B ; i f|IHK ASHIHURTON Can be obtained ;£rom the following \ • Clark, P. 1 J ’ ... Bart s&eet ‘ . ,r;i •». • ■ - AsllAu-yum AndrbweHj L. P; ... East : Garstens and Go. ... Bart atrert 1 v ' ! '' J MoLauglan,... WakanuL' ' ; AtJdnaon. : M«; * • an l i ,Leadley V I G, ,: , W&m nniC*Wkl , Hams, W. , - i Puddicombe & Oo.;; ' ' Mbdnt SptneiA ; MarkHaW&Co. .otffer&Sy ’ f ’ T , Hudson, M, ■ -^.'-"•'■•Watbiltbß Bowiok, -ssyssid ; Morgan and Hibba . t - Meihreavi /.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 359, 1 June 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 359, 1 June 1881

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