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SANDER and SONS' EUOALYPTI EXTRACT.— In protection of tho world wide fame our manufaoture has acquired all over the globe, we publish the following : — Hazard, M.D., Professor of General Pathology and Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System, says m an editorial published m the " Olinioal Beoord : " — " We have examined half-a-dozen speoimens of different manufactures; the preparation of Sander and Sons was the only one that proved to be reliable and corresponding to soientifio tests." Another conoootion called " Refined Extraot of Euoalyptus " has made its appearanoe since. This product stands, aooording to Dr Owen, foremost m pausing injurious e_feots. That gentleman oommunioates, at a meeting of the Medioal Sooiety of Viotoria, that a child living at Fitzroy beoame most seriously indisposed through its use. In another oase a lady states on tbe strength of statutory declaration that Bhe Buffered oruelly from the efleots of the same conoootion. To guard the high reputation of our manufaoture wo feel warranted m exposing the above facts, and desire the publio to cxeroise care and preoau* tion when buying. SANDER and SONS — Ady*. 7 Statutory Declaration.— l, Prans Baabe, Ironbark, Sandhurst, m the colony of Viotoria, Australia, do solemnly and Binoerely deolare that on tbe 25th June, 1877, my son Alfred, six years of age, was accidentally hurt with an axe on his knee. lat once took all pains to secure medical assistance. However, m spite of all effortß, on the 27th August, 1877, the opinion waß given by Dr Maogillivray tbat an amputation of the injured limb had become imperative, m order to save life. At this juncture I called on Messrs Sander and Sons, proouring some of their Extraot of the Euoalyptus Globulus, and by the application of the Bame I had the satisfaction of Beeing my son within a fortnight out of all danger, and to-day he is recovered. I may just odd that it waa when the oriels had been reaohed that the Extraot referred to was first applied, and | mafee this declaration, eto. — Franz Raatje. Declared at Sandhurst, m the colony of Victoria, Australia, this seventeenth J day of Qotober, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven before me. Morita Oonh, vM?.-(4drf,) , g

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2149, 15 June 1889

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