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We olip the following important testimonial from the "Ulawarra Meroury " (N.8.W.) of the 30th Maroh. It needs no comment : " Mr John Loveday, of the Bulli Mountain, writes; to ua that after Buttering for four years with aoute gravel, ho haß experienced almost oomplete relief by using Sander and Sons 1 Eucalypti Extmot. lie Ejayt? DOKjjqg the gafel Extract a4^rtißpd ip the «.piawa»rr& Meroury,! hja intenso Buffering induced Him to bbfalr> a bottle of the medioine from Mr Hosking ohemlßt, of thia tpwn, and tl>i%t tbp use of it gayo hjm great relief at qnpo. flfo atatos that between the 10th March instant, when he obtained tho first bottlo of the extract, and the 19lh, the übo of that modioino continued to afford him relief, to whioh he had been » «tr»n"ger for four years. Mr Loteday writes also that he hai found the Eucalypti Extrtot a onr» for rheumatism as viell as gravel. He requests uq to pufallih this information through tha ' lifercury/ \fo have in'uqS jleaiure m eqmplying with Mr Loveda'y's request, whose word cannot bo doubted, and wno can have no objeot m v|ew other than % pure desire to benefit Buttering humanity."*,, (4&Yt g

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2006, 6 December 1888

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2006, 6 December 1888

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