MedicaL An old established and POPULAR MEDICINE. Baxter's Lang Preserver has been established over a quarter of a century, and patronised by all ranks of society, and enjoys a success unparalleled. Consumption, Coughs, Golds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Sore Throat, and all affections of the Chest and Throat, EFFCTU ALLY RELIEVED & CURED BY BAXTER’S Lung Preserver. TESTIMONIALS : From Rev. Charles Penny— Reefton (Late of Christchurch), March 17, 1884. I am happy to sayjyour Pulmonic Elixir afforded my wife ana children almost immediate relief in coughs and colds, and many to whom 1 have had the pleasure of recommending your specific have spoken of it as invaluable. In one case when every remedy tried was powerless to give relief (the cough was so distressing) the first dose of your Elixir proved most effective. In another case (sore throat) a cure was soon brought about that the patient resolved in the future to take no thing else Other cases could be cited, but these will be sufficient to show that your Pulmonic Elixir is a remedy of no mean order. From O. F, Salteb, Esq., Barrister and Solicitor— Inglis’ Buildings, Christchurch. March 20,1884. I have used your Pulmonic Elixir in my family for some years past, and have found it very efficacious in chest and throat complaints. From William Reed, Esq. , r Shipping and Customs Agent— Lyttelton, Nov. 28. 1883. I have used your Lung Preserver in my family for the last fourteen years, therefore have the greatest pleasure in bearing testimony to its efficacy in the treatment of coughs, colds, bronchitis, croup whooping cough, etc. I have recommended it to my friends, who have also proved it a very palatable and speedy care for chest and throat complaints. I have uniformly found a single dose of “ Lung Preserver, check a severe paroxysm of coughing. I shall on all occasions have great pleasure in recommending it to sufferers, as I consider it a boon to mankind. From Isaac Allen Esq., Commission Agent— Hereford street, Christchurch, December 6, 1883. After seven years’ experience I have great pleasure in testifying to the efficacy of your “ Lung Preserver,” having proved it in my family to be a specific for coughs, colds, etc., a few doses invariably subduing the nasty harassing cough, while relieving the throat and chest, it does not, like other nostrums, disorder the digestive organa by inducing nausea, constipation, headaches, loss of appetite, etc. ' I can heartily recommend it as the best, cheapest and most palatable mixture known for coughs, colds, bronchitis, whooping cough, etc. So highly do we esteem it that we always keep a supply on hand.
From W. B. Scott, Esq. , Builder, eto., Peterborough street, Christchurch, December 4, 1883. Some years ago I was recommended to try a bottle of your “ Pulmonic Elixir and Lung Preserver,’' for tightness in the chest. I did so, and from that time I have never been without it in the house. 1 have found it to answer in every respect for coughs, colds, and sore throat, and would strongly advise those that are suffering from such complaints to try it. To be had of all Chemists and Storekeepers, in bottles, Is l£d, 2s 9d, 4s 6d and ils each. Wholesale Agents—J. Baxter, Chemist, 21, Victoria street, Christchurch ; Messrs P. Hayman and Co., Sainsbury, Elliadon and Co, and Kempthorne, Prosser and Co., and may also be obtained of merchants throughout New Zealand. are requested to ask for Baxter’s Lung Preserver. Be cautious against being pat off with some other medicine, which dealers may recommend, solely on the ground of having mote profit. DR HOOKE’S MEDICINES. DR HOOKE’S ORIENTAL PILLS. DR HOOKE’S SOLAR ELIXIR These well-known Family Medicines have had a continually increasing sale throughout the United Kingdom and the British Colonies, since their introduction in 1836, and are especially noted for their Strengthening and Restorative properties. Hence the invariable success in the Relief and Cure of Indigestion, Liver Complaints, Asthma, Bronchitis, Pulmonary, Consumption, Rheumatism, Gout, Scrofula, General Debility, and all Diseases of the Nervous System, whether arising from a sedentary mode of life, unhealthy occupation, unsalubrious climate, or other cause what-ever. DR ROOKE’S ORIENTAL PILLS Are sold in boxes at Is l£d and 4s 6d each,
DR. ROOKE’S SOLAR ELIXIR 1b sold in bottles at 4s 6d and 11s each. DR. ROOKE’S MEDICINES may be obtained of all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors; and of my Agent J. BAXTER, Chemist, Christohpboh. DR. ROOKE’S ANTI-LANCET. DR. ROOKE’S ANTI-LANCET. Every Household should possess a Copy. All who wish to Preserve Health and thus to prolong life should read Dr. Rooke’s “Anti-Lancet,” or “Handy Guide to Domestic Medicine," which contains 172 pages, and is replete with anecdotes, sketches, biographical matter, portraits of eminent men, etc. DR. ROOKE’S ANTI-LANCET may be obtained Gratis of J. Baxter, Chemist, Christchurch ; or, post free, from Dr, Rooks, Scarborough, England, DR, ROOKE’S ANTI-LANCET. Concerning this book, the late eminent author Sheridan Knowles, observed:—“lt will be an incalculable boon to every person who read and think. CROSBY’S BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR Is specially recommended by several eminent Physicians, and by Dr. Rooke, Scarborough, author of the “ Anti Lancet.” It has been used with the moat signal i success for Asthma, Bronchitis, Consump- i tion, Coughs, Influenza, Consumptive Night Sweats, Spitting of Blood, Short- - ness of Breath, and all Affections the ; Throat and Chest. '
Sold in bottles, at la 9d, 4a 6d and lla each, by J. Baxter, Chemiat, Victoria street, Christchurch, and wholesale by Jaubs M. Crosby, Chemist, Scarborough. should read Crosby’s Pr.ze Treatise on “Disease of the Dungs and Air-vessels,” a copy of which can be had Gratis of all Chemists. Agent: MR JOHN BAXTER, Pharmccbutioai. Chemist 21 Victoria street (corner of Durham at.), an A opposite Britannia Hotel, Christchurch CHARLES NEATE. Agent, But Street, Ashburton, 6 1098
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1513, 14 April 1885
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume V, Issue 1513, 14 April 1885
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