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t/E A TIN G'SC 0U G H LOZENGB ■/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGE* IfEATIN&S COUGH LOZENGES* If EATING'S COUGH LOCENGE& i If EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. [; 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, . " July 12,1889.: t " Dear Sir, —I am a poor hand at expref■ /. " ing may feelings on paper, but I should like -'- to thank you,' for your lozenges, have .done '. // wondera for me in relieving 'my terrible - cough. Since_ I hade the operation' of '• 'Tracheotomy' (the same aa the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him, thank God, I am still alive and getting on well) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for Abduct, or ~ paralysis of the vocal chords, no one oould possibly hay« had a more violent cough; : indeed it was bo bad. at times that it quit* exhausted me. The mucus alto, which waa very copious and hard^ has been-softened, and I have been able to get rid of it without difficulty.—l am, sir, yours truly,. . -r "Mr T. Keating," -.. fc'j. Hnfc 'Memcali Nobs. „ , '.'...' The above speaks for itself. From sts4ee inquiry it appears that the benefit! from using Keating^ Cough Lozenges is undea* stated. The operation was a spebialr/ severe one,, and was performed by the specialist, Dr H. T. Buthn, of Sfc-Bartfibfy** mew's Hospital Since the opemtio^ilt only means of relief 'is the use' of those Lozenges. So successful are they that o«e affords immediate benefit, although from <■• " nature of the case the throat irritationie bfe '..- tense. Mr Hill kindly allows any refenpfb to be made to him... , r < .-r.'i' I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENO^ix If EATING'S COUGH LOZEH#JBfcI; I. If EATING'S COUGH LOZEJTGfcSt ~"; IfEATING'S COUGH LOZBNGHft Sold Evertwbzri ne Son. • Proprietor—THOMAS! KEATINQ, Londifc BUOUBBB IBM BEST T»S HOLLOW AY'» > pills tmim mms universal mDiana is M. HOUBBHQLD nSQUIBITI IVBBV WHBBB. .-."■'.- '■ : ti t.: ' THH PILLS r Purify the Blood, Impart tone to thtftartMiti lyttem, and act most powerfully jtfatMtflijjjfgjfe'. on the ■ -,>- '>J ", if-.' * LIVER AND BOWBLS, Promoting Digestion snd Asomilatloni-sal endowing the whole ■ bodily fauae wttK, Strength sad I vigor, i Hervou Hmd**^ Tremblings,; with Lassitude and Geaenr Debility quickly yield to the potent font o thete well-known Pillt, and they are raV* rivallea in theii efEcacv In all r iBMALB COMPLAINTS.', ; Removing all obitructioni,.- ck/a blcmliliei pimples and boils, better than aoy otkev family medicine known. " ;. : THE OINTMENT . HAS A WORLD- IDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly, than any other known. salve. Its marvellous penetrating powers render it invaluable in all ■ ' THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, ■' -' Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthsas^' ' reducing Glandular Lumps, doting and A healing Abscesses ami Fistulas, and fo» alleviating the excruciating tortures ol ■' RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspasted. It seW fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease a - ".' The Fills and- Ointment are maDuractsrc • at No. 8, New Oxford street (late 53* . Oxford street, London), and are sold by aO vendors of Patent Lines throughout tki Civilized World. ■ Directions for use in almost every langaae* Hsr Pujrchasers should look to theLabe on ?ot and Boxes. If we address and strea , are not on the? are spurious r ' ■ OJSBJ box ot Olfcrk's b fITpUU v wnrantea so onre all dlsohargea ttomKbm urinary organs In either sex (acquired of conatitutlons)l) } gravel »nd pains lo the back.; GmnnteeA frea from metoorr Soid in boxes is 6d esoh, by all chwnUts and patent medicine vendors. Sole proprietors, Tha LJnooln tad Midland Coon* ties Dreg Co.; Lincoln, England, Po» saloby tha wholesale Houses. Driza Perfumery. 207, Roe St. Honore. ParU, T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Jj ■ Savon- Otfea (Orlsa Soap)— From tta fo». malo of Dr P. Revtil. The best eoap foirendving the skin wbtte and ebftl Sweetly and refreshingly sccote, (rose, green and white). Saron-Orlaa-Veloote, - exqahite!f. pee* * ; famed tot the toilet and baths Savon-Oils* Ori» Soap)— No. 1, extn fine. In boxes, 6 oakes, II exqolsltei * petfameip No. 1 '„ . : Orlis-Savon-lnooroie, . sraperlot a«alttr t ; cose tea, white usjUotiope and whhe ▼lolet , . - Ortaa-Tonks (extatot of planta) toeleanse -'- : the halt—new mown hajr, ■Kiiaiciss. violet, eto, . . : '-,-' .\ .-'.-■ OffjHk-Powdet—Flowers of Oarolln»rioej foi softening and refieshlng. the skin j la exoellent boxes, with powdei pnflf ' .- ■!'.,■"' «■' t^ T Oilsa-Veloate—Floweie of ilee powdw, ■: edheiing to the skin, with the pM« fame of new moon hey v Oilsa-Flowerk (white and aabeied)— Jkx exoellent toilet - watei, 1 tonla to the skin, iweeUy and dtlloately p«n fumed . - •--_•■ _ r ,,.. _ 1 Aqoa-OrlM—Hew toilet water, fehethtri - thesUa . / . Orisa-Hay—A ioile wfitet with, the pee* fome of new moon hay OiUa-Aoidollne—Toilet ▼lnagav,- avomatta and dlslnfeetant. speelaUf adaptesi: fo> ladies'tc«J«ts \ : Orlsa-Scotoh-Lavb^def—Sptigs ofßtu.ea lavsader fl&wers; a iloh toilet watei Bau-da-Oologne-Oils*—The k > h-Ufe toU „ 'iot.watot „.-"' ,'-'■■-" Oiba^Wateir-Ooneentntedand ttl Kxtraot of suporloi Bta de 0 o do. :. Qpstteß-Orisa*Dentlirlqe — An ox 4;. r preseivlng the toa& and; gams Jo good health, and preventlp^decaj :-- '■ Orisa-Deniftjxe, In pui«.ot powder, of whitening th* taeih wlthovtafleottnr tLsecamel ,'"--, :- ; , -:<.>U'" Ess Orlaa et OiUa-Lys — Petfuraee to soontlng linen and tha handkeKLV withoot stalniug L: J 1- : r ;• OiUfOU—Vttlouslf peifumei; :fo* wa acting the halt s»ft and btilliant, '■ preventing Ite falling off / ■ O/lsa-Laote (Orivr MUk)—Ah etanlslr lotion fefreßfel&g tonle to the ski '■ wtmoying sea spots «d i prevents wclnkles on tha ,*aee : ' Orarae Oilni (of Ninon de Leaolo*)—tfo* psodnsing » boantifal: white oomplax (on with clearness andivelvetji softness ot youth : 1 -'• -\ OsJaaline-Oolotante fthe best halt dye)—. Foi Instantaneoasly dyeing the haii - to any snadp, and with no dangei ::■'' health. In boxes, eaoh with btosei aomb, ptoepeatas, and bottle;. 01 ■" boxes, the bottle onlf without aooes. SOl^«'' ■ ;'■•-

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2400, 14 April 1890

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