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MedicaI[TYDROPATHIC INS Chrxstchurc NOW IN FULL OP Under the able manag 3. WA L Formerly of Smedley’s, Matloc Derbyshire. ilmost every kind of d treated successful HYDR O P A TERMS-[n-patients £ Out „ ... ... £ FEMALE ATTENDANTS The Mild Treatment able for Chili Hours of Consultation—2 Institution, Montreal and After 6 p.m., at Mr Wi Residence, Durham Street Near the Belt [Extract from Telegraph What I suffered for twei language fails me to descri fering from that distress! bronchitis —are the only form any idea of it. Hoi the matter short, I hav advice to be obtained, bo Cornwall, England, withot result. When at about th friend called my attention advertisement in the Btai that gentleman, stated r answer was—“ I can’t cur do you a world of good, me for a week ; the result within two days he gave than all the drugs I hav half a life-time. Althoi told me he couldn’t cure : been at work three moi health, and still feel first i apology I can offer you, ii dreds suffering from the may get relief as I did.—l Johi Aldred street, Christchi (Copy.) Christchurch, Fe To S. Wallis, Esq., Hy Sir, —I write the folio) will publish it for the public. Some four yeai was taken suddenly ill. doctor, who at Once rheumatic fever. He att short time, and then ga What to do I did not ki was screaming with pa lightning rapidity passed of the body to another, having left us to shift for our last extremity, wher inevitable, Mr Denham, advised me to apply to yi a human being was sna jaws of death, my wif occasion. Although yoi fortnight to cure her, eradicated the disease, roo I remain, yours ever John Hei Mt South Town Belt, Chris (Copy.) Oxford Terrace, Ohri Mai To Mr Wallis, Hydropa Dear Sir, —I send you t make any use of you like ago Mrs Sherlock was 6f an eminent M.D., su large fluid tumour interna] Care she gradually grew wc last reduced to a mere sk< stage three of the lead Christchurch held a consi deciding that nothing cou her. In this critical sta under your care, when, t ment of every one that doctor included); in two m pletely cured her ; and e' happy to say, she has en of health. Any person d information can either Sherlock, Durham stre< photographic rooms, Oxfoi I have the honor to re Yours truly, Wm. Shbi r (Copy.) Strickland street, Cashe Christchurch. To Mr Wallis, Water Dot Sir, —I had intended lon nnd ml-ATim won +V»r»4> n i

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 381, 28 June 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 381, 28 June 1881

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