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Medical. J>OWELL’S BALSAM . jpOWBLL’S BALSAM < jpQWELL’S BALSAMXTRAORDINARY NIALS. POWELL’S BALSAM < Duo de Montaboe “Chateaude Montab Sir, —Having suffered i from au obstinate cough, with fever, continuous hi sleepless nights, I resolve vainly tried several other have recourse to your ANISEED. . I cannot r« desire of making you acqui really marvelous results w from it. From, the first d relief, the bad symptoms gr irritation of the throat was and I recovered the sit nearly left me. The third me completely, arid I am i restored to health.. Receive, sir, with the ex gratitude the assurance of m sentiments. ~ DtJO DE M( HER ITAJE3XV3 GUN BO . . Wi. Dear Sir, — Having had a mo3t' < severe cough, which cau sleepless nights and resile recommended by his ■LC EARL of CAITHNESS most ' invaluable Balsam and I can assure ydu, ; dpse, I found . iinmediati

POWELL’S ; BALSAM , ;of ANISEED Sir,—l have for a long time suffered from, a Severe cough and tried all manner oL remedies. Dr. Liberecht advised POWELL’S BALSAM of ANISEED; : it, cured me after .a !few days. You are rat .-liberty to use this letter in hopes that others may benefit by it. — I am, Sir, Yours. &c., : - albert .Count pdTocKi,” F' OR COUGHS, v BRONCHITIS, INFLUENZA, COLOS,r%C. For coughs, vßßQNeriiTis, in FLUENZA, COLDS, &C. >OR COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, IN FLUENZA COLDS/ £O. {f )OWfeLL’S BALSAM OF^A’NISEED-. WILL LOOSEN the PHLEGM immediately.—The Dean of Westminster’s Verger writes : “ I was advised t6‘ try the Balsam of Aniseed; I did, and haye found great relief. It is most comforting itf allaying irritation and giving strength to the voice.”, ’ 1 .. Lionel Brough, Esq., ’ tti6 akdr, writes : I think it an * invaluable medicine for members of my profession, and have always reiommended it to -my. brother : and , sister! artistes.’’; .’ r =-?i . -i♦ ri■ j■ 'TRULY an EXTRAORDINARY EX--1 PECTORaNT.—rMn'Edward M; Ullettl of ,Bury, Hunts., writes to Messrs. Palmed & Son, Ramsay beenfiii the habit of using Powell’s Balsam of Aniseed for a gieat-> number of years, I have great pleasure in bearing testimony to its. incomparableleffeets as an expectorant I always find ; a single dose gives immediate relief, and a small bottle effects a perfect cure.” . , , ... .... , ■ ,-y Wholesale , Agents in the Australian Ne\y. Zealand - Colonies --E ll.iot. , t Brothers; f Eykfes &IS6h , oMON.; ’Felton, & Cb;-'; P. ! and, S. ‘Falk, Faulting: & Go! ~'t ROCKE, ToStPSIT, & Co. ; ROSE?ITHAI£' & Co.; Kempthorne, Prosser, - ! '&' ; Cb S. HoffenunG &' Co. Hemmons, Laws, & Cq. ; Berkley,' Taylor/ & Co.; and all other: Wholesale houses. Proprietor—Thomas' DWELL, Blackfriars Road London.

ENO’S FRUIT SALT !THE PHYSICAL'BASIS OP-M'l .. '; . GOOD POOD, -u.n' >,- Flow to enjoy good food that; • trOttM 1 other wise cause Bilious ■ headache, disorderec Stomach; Poisoned' Blood, &c. —use ENO’S FRUIT SALT. A NATURAL APERIENT. ENOS’S FRUIT SALT, Men taken with"water, acts as a natural aperient, its simple but natural 'action removes all impurities, ' thus -preserving and restoring health. If its great value inkeep' ing the body in.health wereuniversally known; no'fam ■ should be without it, - : Flagged, weary, and worn | OUT!!! , ' Anyone whose duties require them to undergo! mental or unnatural excitement or strain— ENO’S FRUIT SALT is the best known reijiedy. It acts like a charm. It.allays, nervous excitement, depression, and the injurious effects of stimulants and too rich food. . .ltd poker in aiding the digestion is most striking; j It also restores the nervous system to its proper condition (by natural means). Use 'ENG’S FRUIT SALT. You cannot. overstate' its great value in keeping the blood pure and free from disease. Every travelling trunk and HOUSEHOLD in the world ought to contain a Bottle of ENO’S FRUIT'SALT, prepared from Sound, Ripe Fruit, £sa Healthgiving, Cooling, Sparkling; and Invigorating Beverage for any Season. It is' the best Preventive and Cure for Biliousness, Sick Head' ache, Skin Eruptions, Impure ' Blocd, Fevers,Pimples on the Face, Giddiness Feverishness, Menta Depression, Want of Appetite, Sourness of Stomach, Cpnstipation, Vomiting, Thirst, &c., and to remove the effects of errors in Eating and Drinking. U' NO’S FRUIT SALT.— From the Rev. XL Dr Hurst, Vicar of Collorly :—“I have used your Fruit Salt for many years, and have verified yduf statements...-'The.' thanks! of. the public are due to you for your unceasing efforts to relieve suffering .humanity. Long may you live to be a blessing to the world,” ENO’S FRUIT SALT.—“After suffering for nearly two and a half years from severe headache and disordered stomach, and after trying' almost everything and 'spending much money without - finding any benefit, I was recommended by a friend to try ENO’S FRUIT SALT, and before I had finish <1 one bottle I found it doing me a great deal of good, : t and now I am restored ,to my usual health; and others I know that have tried it have not enjoyed such good health for .years.—Yours most truly,. Robert Humphreys, Post Office,, B arras ford?’ " ENO versus STIMULANTS. An nsufficient amount of exercise frequently deranges the liver. ENO’S FRUIT SALT is peculiarly adapted for any constitutional weakaess of the liver. A world of woes is avoided by!those.who keep and' use ENO’S FRUIT SALT,—“AII our customers for Eno’s Salt' would; not be without it upon any consideration,; hey having received so much benefit from it.— Wood Brothers, Chemists, Jersey, r 1878.” - Xgents" for New Zealand, VIESSRS. KEMPTHORNE, ■ PRO S&E& AND CO. ■

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 380, 27 June 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 380, 27 June 1881

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