YDROPATHIC INS Christchurc NOW IN FULL OP Under the able manag S. WA L Formerly ol Smedley’s, Matloc Derbyshire. Almost every kind of c treated successful HYDR O P A FEMALE ATTENDANTS The Mild Treatment able for Chili Address— ARMAGH SI CHRISTCHU.I (Late the Residence of (Extract from Telegraph What I suffered for twer language fails me to descril fering from that distress!] bronchitis—are the only form any idea of it. Hov the matter short, I hav advice to be obtained, bo Cornwall, England, witbm: res uIL b oat th frieiKTcalled my attention advertisement in the Star that gentleman, stated n answer was—“ I can’t cur do yon 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 i been at work three raon health, and still feel first i apology I can offer you, h dreds suffering from the i may get relief as I did.—l Johf Aldred street, Christchi (Copy.) Christchurch, Fe To S. Wallis, Esq., Hy Sir, —I write the folloi will publish it for the public. Some four yeas was taken suddenly ill. doctor, who at once rheumatic fever. He att short time, and then ga What to do I did not kr was screaming with pai lirrhtninsr raoiditv passed
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 387, 5 July 1881
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