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THE WONDERFUL CANADIAN MEDICINES (A Family Secret.) NO! 1. CANADIAN PERFUME. No 2. CANADIAN ANTI-BILIOUS. PRECIOUS TONIC POWDER. P.. P. DUFLOT, D.D.S., Proprietor. For hundreds of years, all Europe, fAsia, and America, have known what popularity and repute the "Two Great Canadian Remec'ieF," have justly acquired from the successful results which have been ebtaincd daily m curing Pains, Rheumatism, Scia ica, Anthritis, Paralysis, and m the '"prompt and radical cures of sores, wounds, cuts, burn*, etc. A few frictions, dressings or doses, are generally sufficient to make a. complete cure, and thus enable the sufferers to resume their usaal occupations. lufot's Two Great Canadrn Cures are compounded exclusively of expensive aromatic and ba'samic plants, herbs, roots, brks and flowers. They are unequalled f. r restoring strength to persons sufftring from debility, and for strengthening children whom they help to develop m a most extraordinary manner during their growth and when teething. Thousands of people have been cured by using the Canadian Remedies, without causing them to go to bed or leave their business, Complete directions given with each bottle and package for self cure by the use of two Great Canadian Remedies. For" Bilious Complaints, Heartburn, Dys. pepsia, Indigcsion, Colic. Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Liver and Spleen, Malarial Fever, Piles, Diseases ol the Chest, Cold?, Catarrh, Whoop* ing Cough, Humid Asthma Fits, J alpitat on tf the Hea; t, Nervous Compla^n's, Dropsy, Scrofulous Diseases, Female Complaints, i.e., Whites or Fluor Albus, Asthma and Pulmonary, Catar.h of the, Bladder, Tains, Gout, Rheumatism, Diphtheria, Sore Throat, Croup, Accidental de fness, Neuralgia, Too'.h-ache, Skin Diseases, Worms m Children, Cuts Bruises, Burns, etc., etc. TESTIMONIALS. A few of n*any ihousand received, Dr Dufl-t, Dear Sir,— For many j ears I have been bo'.hercd With some large tumors on my hea i and neck, they were all removed m two minutes by the use of the Canadian Medicine, without pain, and not a drop of blood. Mis? Mosris, > Christchurch. ' Dr Dufl- t. Dear Sir,— I have suffered from Rheumatism for thirty years. I went to many doctors, but they gtve me no relief. 1 have used your mcd c nei for only a few days, and I am now cured. J/E.B. Mackenzie, Gr^tc Street. ' Dr Ouflot. Dear bir, — For seven or e : ght years I have been snffcrinq; with Chrrnic Rheumatism, and have been unable to walk without the use of crutches. I have been cured after using the Canadian Medicine for two weeks. Thcmas Patterson. Pa itii M.ro, Near Pakoe. Duflot. Dear Sir, — I hereby beg to certify to the relief I have had by u*ing the Canadian Medicine. F r the p^st three jears I have been suffering with a rupture of the heart, and have always been m great pain . Since using ih- medicines 1 feel great y relieved, and now can sleep comfortably at n'ght. Yours truly, Charles Gillard, | ! North Shore, Auckland. PRICE OF THE CANADIAN MEDICINE 6d.7s Sent carefully packed to any address m New Zealand on receipt of st- mps. I'ost Office orders or cheques for *mount required. J, I\ Stratz 261 HIGH STREET, TRIANGLE, CHRISTCHURCH. SOLE AGENT. MARBLE CLOCKS. MARBLE CLOCKS, Just received direct from the makers, Paris, a large assortmeit cf Marble Clocks, which on account of the large reductions m the Home markets, I am able to sell at cne half the price that Clocks imported last year can Lc sold at. A nicely finiihed Marble time piece. Warranted ? y.e^rg, Beautifully finished Marble Striking Clonks, going 21 days with one winding, striking hours and half hours, £2 I2sj6d, ; Warr nted 5 years, Thealflv§ Qlocks cannot be bought else, jyhcre upder 4<Wb!e the ab.pye prices. Superior made Mai ble Clocks suitable for present on, irom £$ 10s to ,£8 Bs, The Lest value that monpy can buy, ;' Inspcg'ion Invi;pd. J. F. STHA.TZ PRACTC A L WATCHMAKER and JEWELLEB, ■ z6t HIGH STREB^ CHR 1 8 TOH VB Q ft,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2188, 1 August 1889

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