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BEATING'S: 'COUGH: WZ^QEbI A3 |/EATINbS COUGH{xOZEHGES. K EATING'S COUGH.XOGEijTGESY' :i J K EATING'S .COUGH LOZENGES. ■' ■ " ■''.'- -■ ■'' ...■.-■[!■ >jr;;- I .v 94, Commercial Road, Peckhanv . , -, -■• : ' Julyl2, J 1889. - . "Dear Sir, —I am a poor hand at exprea* f: ing may feelings on. paper, but I should like 3 to thank you, for your lozenges have done wonders for me, in. relieving .my terrible! cough. Since! Had 1 the operation., o£ . r 'Tracheotomy' (thesame'as the Jat«^Empe'rqr'' ' of Germany, and unlike him,* tha nk^ God,':i; :t am still alive and getting, on well) performed / at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for abduct, or paralysis of the vocal-chords, no one could iy ' possibly have had a more Violent cough-;/ n indeed it was ad bad at'tiihea'thaVit quite'""' exhausted:me., f The mucus al»Oj which "WttS ': very 1 copious and hard, A iia& been^soiWed,! > ■-''' and I have been able Ijo-get rid otit^rithoufc ! i difficulty.-—I am, sir,"yours truly, '■-.•• ." Mr T. Keating," -; ~ ,'; %f}. HttL. • ; - ••'-;' r, \y\'-:)i'-i -;V ) l ,•'!'■'/•') r>'h)W,-. The above speaks for'itaeU.^ From ;atrfo| ;i inquiry it appears that' the ' benefit' frrai ■. . using iKeatmgVCkkgh Lozenges la Wdeaii - ' stated. The operation was- a specially HT'"" severe one, and was-performed by the specialist, Dr H. T. Butunf of St. Barthok). mew's Hospital. Since the operation the • only means of relief is'the use of c*he»e f Lozenges. So successful are they that one' , affords immediate benefit, althoughfrpA W" s nature of the case the throat irritatkatfrt* - tense. .Mr Hill kindly allows ftny.refeceiict f <-• to be made to him. j/EATLNG'S COUGH LOZENQBSi ""''" ! K EATING'S COU(SH ixJZENajBSi ?■>.,. VEATING'S COUGH/ LOZENGES. K EATING'S COUGHfLOZBNGHS. ( . . . .. ■ ..^ ._. ... - ■ . .-.- . Sold- EyEßYWsnurilf ftk&V V :<l'" t -■ Proprietor—THOMAS KEATJNg/fimcton. ; SUOOBBS IHI BBOT Tlfl r; 4 r ' WOfilß'r.^;*,.,^ '...'„[, ■„(,,, ; - ' ..." - \ ■' -' HOLLOWkf *k"^-;V-'^: i }>'' pills & _ppii:; mms univbbbal mDionw a * X HOUSEHOLD jdiQUlflin ITIBX IHI PILLfl_ Purify the Blood, imput tone to IhrNtt»n* ; ■' ifitem, and act moit powerfalljTet foot&inelf „„: LIVER AND BOWHLSi si 'TvPromottog Digestion and AMiaiktfo^:lar endowing the whole bodily fraat «ftlr)C - Strength and vigor. Nerrow Headaebcf. Tremblings, with . Laatitndt - and Gcncn. ' Debility atuckly yield to the potent force o these well-known Pillj, and they are wt'"''' rivalleo in their efflcaWtnaU '••».* ■.■■<'' ■ ' J , iBMALE COMPLAU?TS, r 1 Remoring all obstructions, skfn bleaiahes pimples and boils, better than any .other l»mily medicine knowni; !v ' THE OINTMENT . j: HAS A WORLD- IDE REPUTATION. It heads erery k,. of Sore,: Ulcer: and ■ ■'■ Wound, more certainly than any .other knows salve. Its marvellous penetrating, powert render it invaluable in all: %i * '' (''-'• THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, "' Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Aatbawi '•-•? reducing Glandular Lumps, doting; asMr " healing Abscesses' ant Fistulas, aad fot alleviating the excruciating tortures of ,! ' JIHEUMATISM, GOUT, ' W--And Neuralgia it is unsnspasaed, • It neW ': fails to remove Scurf and every spectos of ski disease. ' ''' / . ' ".'".'.,.' i l -'.,.'\\, : The Fills and Ointment are manulictttft ; ' at No. 8, New. Oxford street <late l ki^' 1 '' Oxford street, London), snd are sold by ail vendors of Patent Lines throughout th« Civilized World. .. . , -"T Directions for use in almost every Unman • tar Purchasers should look to OeLaW T on Pot and Boxes. If me address aad stret are not on they axe spurious . : ■- ■ ■>'•■; '„: ' ' ■ OJXKboxof Ol»rk'« » 41 pUU v wat~ irantoa zo onre all diaohugea from ia«" * '"■■ urinary organs In either sex (soqalrtdVof conntituttonal), gravel and palu IbDm back, Guaranteed; fries from metenry Sold In boiea 4b 6d oach, by all ehemlats and patent medloinß vor\dors. Bole proprietors, The Lincoln tad Midland ConntlM Drug Co./ Lincoln, England. For sale by the whoiewle Hoaaes. Oriza PerfdM(Sy. 20T, Rue St. Honoift-.^ar**, 'i LE GHAHD'S SPECIAL PKODUOTa > SAVoa-Orlsa (Orts« Saay)—From tbe Ipf. . male of DtQ. Bevoll. Tho b»it ioap for rendsrlng the skin white and soft. Sweetly ■'. and refreshingly' scenisi ; (roae, green and white), -^ v-Savon-Orlia-Veloute,-;. axqalsitely pit* - famed, for the iollat and b»th« .:, v:-v Bavon-Orl» Oriia Soap)-. No. 3, axba : fine; In boies, 6 oakes, II exqaislta / \ petffamWNa;-1 r' \ ■'- v■/ ■ ;. ." OiiM-Savon-Inoorore, rap«rloi\ qisJlJiif v . rosoi tea, whlka btUotiope and wMta 10 Violet f)9 ; fOTOU i^' -I'vivl^.;' \<i-, 2U ---•'-•'! Oilss-Tonlc* (eiti»pt <rf plants) to elasws* the hair—new mown hay, ■:.: -cl violet, ei^r-, , Trr/ <:- OrlM-Powdei—Flowerfof OaioUnailos |. for softening and, reTTeiblng tha - skin ;!nei M llent boxes, wTthlowa« ■ pnff ' <r . ''*"■■■% • -. T - OrUa-Veloata—Flowms of lies pQwdsi, adheilng to the skin, wl* A» p» t V tame of new moon, hay Orlaa-Flowan (whlta aid ambawd)—Av :: exflallent. toilet wntM, ..taahitb'-tn*-'■" skin, awatily anfl d*li«ately p M fumed _,„; . ,„•... ;,/■ .-•-•^'(i d^-.T-i A qw-Orltt—Naw ioUsi water, rotreshli« 4 tho akin "■' ;>'"•" ".".,:' : , OiUa-Hay—Atoile watel with tha p«f „ fame,of new moon bay Oili*-Aeldallne—Toilet vlnsgar, aromatt) and disinfectant, apeolally $A*jjNti * , (oi ladios 1 tclWts ..;.::<" ctfi-.lisu-- '" OiU».Scotoh.Lav*adet—Spilga of Sou okii ' laveader flowers ; a rloh tolltt watat Bnu-da.oologne.Orba— Th* i^h-Ufa tot*; let water ' '- -' :'-"' T' , .'•/,"•.-. Oilaa-Water— Oohoantriklijd and ill ,; Bxtrabt of superlos Eaa de c one Gonttes'Oiilsa-Dentlfrlee —An exu-u - : - preserving, thateetki, and' gaaaa In good health and preventing deoay ' '■ Orlsa-Dentalre, M P*sU ot powdar, of whitening th« teeth wlthoatafleoting : r til enamel >.-' '~ u ' _.U^ . T ,, r .-„ , Baa Q*l» «t OrUia-Lya — Porfcmea f o scenting linen and the handkerct,!* withoot atalblng ; '. / Orlsa-OU^VarloualyjjtjrfußWdi fitrcei aecing the hair: »»ft *nd brini.nt," c prevaritlog t\tt , ; iaUlng off rl s-' ;j • Oriaft-Laote ; (Orirr M!lk)—An eanlsfr lotion' *«jfreablfig torthe^akl.vc ' wemoying rad ipoia *cd preventlr „-- wrinkles on tho M» -r „,~%V Oremo Oilsa (olf Ninon da Lflaelos)r-Fos pcodnolng »'taaattf^l Jwhlte;i)6mbiek, ion with tho eltarnriss and velvbiy r aoftneiar;ofyi>nth,= j.>!i^; ; t f.L-.f,:t. =■• = Oi!B»line-Oolor»nteUhe beat halt dy©>— For laatantaneonsly.dye^agptfeefh'nlir: J to any soado, and with no danger r '< : health; In rbowa, eaohT.wltt brnset eomb,.proipwd^atidjvbpttlejia^f ?* ; boxes, tho bottid only without sceat : ao^^Mi ' ';. . , . .. ;, . V|'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2399, 12 April 1890

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