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Modical. TJYDROPATHIC INSTITUTION, CHRISTCHURCH, NOW in full off ration, Under the able management of S. WALL 18, Formerly of Smedley’s, Matlock Fax;;, Derbyshire. Almost every kind of disease can be treated successfully by H Y D R O r A T II Y. FEMALE ATTENDANTS FOR LADIES. Tile Mild Treatment Very Suitable for Children. Address AJR M A G H STUD E T. CHRISTCHURCH (Late the Residence of Dr Doyle). [Extract from Telegraph, April 2St 11. ] What 1 suffered fur twenty-throe years, language fails mo to describe. Those suffering from that distressing comnlaint bronchitis—are the 01113’ ones that can form any idea of it. However, to make the matter short, I have had Lao best advice to bo obtained, both here and in Cornwall, England, without any beneficial result. When at about the lowest ebb, a friend called my attention to Mr Wallis’ advertisement in the tiiar. I called on that gentleman, stated my case. His answer was—“ I can’t euro yon, but can do you a world of good.” Ho attended me for a week ; the result astounded me ; within two days he gave mo more relief than all tire drugs I have taken during half a life-time. Although Mr Wallis told me he couldn’t cure me, yet I have been at work three months in splendid health, and still foci first rate. The only apology I can oiler you, is that the hundreds suffering from the same complaint may get relief as I did.—Yours, etc., Johnson Thomas. Aldrcd street, Christchurch. (Cory.) Christchurch, Feb. 14th, 1881. To S. Wallis, Esq., Hydropathist. Sir, —I 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 rheumatic fever. He attended her for a short time, and then gave up the case. What to do I did not know’. My wife was screaming with pain, which with lightning rapidity’ passed from one part of the body to another, and the doctor having left us to shift for ourselves. In our last extremity’, whoa death seemed inevitable, Mr Denham, coach builder, advised me to apply to you ; and if ever a human being was snatched from tbo jaws of death, my wife was on that occasion. Although you only took a fortnight to cure her, you thoroughly eradicated the disease, root and branch. 1 remain, yours ever obliged, John lldrdhrt, Master Butcher. South Town Belt, Christchurch. (Copy. ) Oxford Terraco, Christchurch, March 7th, 18S1. To Mr Wallis, Hydropathist. Dear Sir, —I send you the following to make any use of you like. Some ymars ago Mrs Sherlock was under the care of an eminent M. D., suffering from a largo fluid tumour internally’. Under his care she gradually grow worse, and was at last reduced to a more skeleton. In this stage three of the leading doctors in Christchurch hold a consultation, finally deciding that nothing could be done for her. In this critical state I placed her under your care, when, to the astonishment of every one that knew’ her (the doctor included), in two months you completely cured her ; and ever since, lam happy to say, she has enjoyed the best of health. Any person desiring further information can either apply’ to Mrs Sherlock, Durham street, or at my photographic rooms, Oxford terrace. 1 have the honor to remain, Yours truly, W’l. Sherlock, Photographer.

(Copy.) Strickland street, Casliol stive K:u t, Christchurch. March Ist. To Mr Wallis, Water Doctor. Sir, —I had intended long ago to write and inform you that the wonderful cure you effected for me five years since was a permanent one, for since that time I have not lost a day’s work through ill health. You will remember how for mouths I had gone almost daily to a surgeon with the usual result (viz., getting worse), the pain in my head so severe as to almost drive me out of my mind. As a last resource 1 was just about going to the hospital, when I heard of you ; fortunately for me I did not go to that institution, for at that time a young man suffering from the same complaint was admitted there. A r.e'on was put in at the back of the neck'. That, with other so called medical treatment, very soon affected his eyesight, so much so that when I saw him he was unable to distinguish one color from another. In conclusion, sir, I would say facts are stubborn things. Six weeks under your care turned me out a healthy man—about the same time turned the other young fellow out a corpse. Wishing you every success, I remain, John Wilson, Bao2 Carpenter. W TALUT RLE DISCOVERY for the V hair. A very nicely perfumed Hairdressing, called THE MEXICAN HAIR RENEWED, now being sold by most Chemists and perfumers througout the country, at 3s. Od. per bottle, is fast superceding all the old restorers and dyes tor the purpose of changing grey or white hair to its natural original color, for it will positively restore the hair in every case of greyness to its original color, without dyeing it or leaving that offensive smell which most of the hair preparations of the day do. This preparation has never been known to fail in restoring the hair to its natural color and gloss in from eight to twelve days. It promotes growth .and prevents the hair falling out, eradicating (landn>if. and leaving tho_ scalp in a clean, healthy condition. It imparts peculiar vitality to the roots of the hair, restoring it to its youthful freshness and vigor. Daily applications of tins preparation for a week or two will surely restore faded, grey, or white hair to its natural color and richness. It is not a dye, nor docs it contain any coloring matter or offensive substance whatever. Hence it does not soil the hands, the scalp, or oven white linen, but produces the color within the subskmcc of the hair. Read the following from Mr. Nathan Derry, Chemist, Walkden : “ Cue of my customers told me the other day ho had had grey hair for thirty-live years, and after using one bottle of the Mexican Hair Re newer I sold him, it was restored to and kept its natural color.” It may be had of any respectable Chemist, Perfumer, or Dealer in toilet articles in the kingdom, at 3s. Cd. per bottle. —Prepared by HENRY O. GALLUP, No. 493, Oxford street, London.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 394, 13 July 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 394, 13 July 1881

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