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The best medioine is Sander and Sons' Euoalypti Extract. Test its eminent powerful effeots m coughs, oolds, influonza, eto — the relief is instantaneous. Thousands give the most gratifying testimony. His Majesty tho King of Italy and medioal syndioatos all oyer tbp globe are its patrons. Read the Offioial reports that acoompony each bottlo. We have no occasion to offer rewards f n proof of the genuineness of our 'references, ihe Official reports of medioal ol'nicß and universities, tho official communication of the Oonsul-Genorftl for Italy at Melbourne ; tpe diploma awarded International $xhjb'tion, Amsterdam— all these are authentic flowments, and, an such, not open tadoubt. We add here epitome of ono of tho various' oases treated at the olinio of Sohultz, M.D Pro fesßor, eto.—" 0.8., 1\ yoars old ; oongestional abscess on tho thigh. Inoisions made |m two plaooe. Although Lister's drassing was applied, tho soorotion beoame, two day. later, vory copious, and had adopted a foetid deoomposed oharaoter, The temperature rose enormously. In oonsequenoe the dressing was removed, and m its place wore made during the day- timo repeated irrigations with EuoalypU Extraot. The offensive footer disappeared very soon, tho fever abated within r few days, and the patient reoovered after tho lapao of several weeks. In this instanoo we must not lose sight of the faot that the latter treatment wved tbe patient's life/ — j | A Mff 9

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2231, 20 September 1889

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