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PRINTING OF ALL KINDS) INCLUDING- [ BUlheadsQ Circulars Memorandum Forms Agreements) Llen» Conditions of Sale| Catalogues Posters, &o.) And every description ot LEGAL AND COMMERCIAL LETTBR-PRESS exeouted at the shortest notice and -In the LATEST DESIGNS SPECIAL , -^ and most favorable terms offered to ' WHOLESALE ORDJSBS, ASH BURTON GUARDIAN OFFICE, j_ , ... _- Medical, N X f O B, D. 1 Diab Fbimdb— We have some hesitation In addressing you In the manner following, but hope that It will not be fooked at In any Invidious light, when we state that Ills only oui kegardgfor your nealtth that causes us to do It. We have tieen a Firm of Analytical Chemists foi many, many years and have m the long course of this time manufactured certain Medlelnes that being based on solentlfio formula and absolnte oare and precision In manufaoture, have enjoyed a popularity fiur In advance of any other Pharmaoeutloal Preparations of the day. llow suocessful we have besn In this, is only to note the extraordinary amount of the tales of our Haydooks New Liver Pill. We have the pleasurr to strte that we have sold 38.089 Vials of D» Haydook's New Liver Pllk The* season of this de mand Is because we find In Haydook'* New Liver Pills a wonderful and extra ordinary combination of concentrated medlolne. The Victories of Solenoe— Ejleotrlo Telegraphs, Steam and Printing —revolutionised thewhole system of the gjobe, and made mankind wiser and bet* ter. So, although there are countless P^lsj used for diseases and claiming muoh as to their merit, the remukable discovery of Dr Haydook has eolipsedthem all, and has founded a New Medical Systejm. The Doctors, whose vast doses of fajuv oi five pills enfeeble the stomaoh "imd paralyse the bowels, must give way to the man who restores health and appetite with ono or two of his extraordinary Vegetable: Pills. One or two of Di Hay. dpok's New Liver Pills suffices to plaoe the stomaoh In perfect order oieater an appetite, and renders the spirit light and buoyant. If the Liver Is affected Its functions are restored, and If the Nervous System Is enfeebled, It Is invigorated and sustained. TRANSLATION. Aykab, Province of Barmah, B.L Honored and Learned Physician— The unworthy one who dares to \ddress you and come before you humoly In the dust, begs fov his people (caste) tha v would deign to look upon their Ignoble miseries and oure them with youi Life-giving grains ■■ (Pills). Illustrious one youi most potent medlobe Is life to them and thelt ohildren, aud all the Drug Basasn are empty and yonr Soul Is not In them; Tnl» humble petitioner, although he is lo#ly and not worthy to be In y<rai high presenoe piays that you will gfaclously permit youi Life grains (Pills) to oome to Aykab. To tile mo* learned and wise Physlolan Haylook (Haydook) of high name. Native to the States of America, united In North Am wloa Country.' Serviely signing fot hlmseu" and twentyth^ee others, the Petltltlonei places his Tka nisißAiraiu. Oarrni, Ar>i|l 8, 1881 De J. Hatsook : Dear Sir —l received your PUls a week ago. I have tried them and must s»y that I never had so muoh good done by anything as they have me; I: have suffered foi years with; bilflousneaa and hare been ao times as not to oaretollva, but your Plli* "hive oured r me 1 . One aged ;; man' here has taten from me only 'tivo of your PUls, End I wish ydu cotld ace hfm. He" has had no appetite ior five montl s, and to-djiy he ito a dinner suoh as api aghman eats, I had to, oheok him, bqt h • laughed and sal isheiWMireat^ .his stomaoh to a now ■$iit»tton, lot, lit really, Tras hungry. I han4 youi with this fittf{ dollani^ Please send at onoei a below, yonr Pills Oarml.llllno^U.S. Wt would gue - you If we weie to, go ' onjwlth them aa we veiy_well could do, but the Above ' muet auffi^d. Haydoek a NewLlyer Pills aietha true grains and jasbnoe pf health, and the greatest bless- , Ing thai Solenoe has given ito the wdrld. Foi Nervous Proatratlop, Weakness, General Laaahude, Want of Appetite and Sick Headaohe, Dr Haydook' 'New Liver Pills will be found astatotnal Reme^v Eaoh vial contains -■Sffe&ty J Prloe Twenty-five Oentfc Foif sale by" all Drirg. iSt"' 'AW Weptlo eaihavo a vial It PHIb Sent him Free on receipt 6 Ms name and addTesa, f or a trial. Settd a lioßtal card for copy of pamphlet— " THe Llyei and Ita Mystery." * fumlihea valuable Information to HAYDOOK & CO New York, D.S. »■, . Oautiokl— Diuggistß aie ieiired to no- ' txoe that the name of J. H. Fiansii, idle agent, Is written' aoioi eieh ' down paofc w. ? fHa r 5 0 .k l aT^pau (^^ with.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2168, 9 July 1889

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