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K^traa a cough lmikoes jjEATi-'GS 00UOH LOZINGES; WEATINoe COUGH LOZBICGES JJEATIKG'S OOUQH LOOBITQKB. |/EATING'S OOUGH LOZENGES. 94, Commercial Rood, Peckham; ctr . o . T July 12, 1889. Dear Sir r —l am a poor hand at expre* ing may feelings on papor, but lahouldlike to thank you, for your lozenges have done wonders for me in relieving ray terrible £o«gl». Since I had the operation' of tracheotomy'(the came aa the late Emperor of Germany, and nnlike him, thank.God, I «****& onwwi ll) performed at bt. Bartholomew's Hospital.for •Wncfc, or fi-fc £ f th*v?*l chords; no one could indeed it was aobad attirae. that il quite exhausted me. The mncua ato: whichwas . very copious and hard, ha. be^.Wteoed, ar£ n aV® a^ c *° «efc ri<l <* * *i«tou* "Mr T. Keating," , Ha*. . .'Miwcii. No** The.abovo epeaka for iteel& From fiietot inquiry it. appears' that, the. benefit ton using Koatjng'a Cough Lozenge* is «ndef • Btated. The operation .was a, specially severe one, and was "performed brlttt specialist, Pr H. T. Bntha, of S^Barfcaotamew Js Hospital. .Sinbe tb* opecafeeck «b« only meana of relief is Of use of time liozengea. So raocewfnl are' thiay tkat one affords immediate benefit, although £raw «to nature of the caw th« throat irritatMß tt t* tense. MrHm.kindJj.allowtWßfnfoaMt to m mad* to him. ■ . ■ KEAXING'S OOUGH WZBMQm. : ' - j r .. KEATIXG'S OOUQfi JjO2£KQBB. VEAIING'S CX)UGH iOZEKGfES. KEATING S COUGH LOZBKGES. ■ Sold EvntrWuki: ik Wm. , Proprietor—lHOMAS KBAIDTG, Ltndwu SUOOBSB IHB BIST MDB WOfiXB hollTwat'b PILLS & _OINTMMT. mHIB XTNIVBBBAIi MIWOIIW Ifl X HOUBHHOLD aEQUIBOM IVBBX Vt£DU*H« ' ' THI PILLB Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Notm* ijitem, and act m«t powcrhlly yetMwthJMffl* oa the . ' , . ~ LIVER AND BOWHLS, ! Fromotnis; DigettUn ud A*nrtlWttp«i an 1 widowing the whole bodily • fa»at with Strength and vigor. 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The Pilb and Ointment are manufacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (late '533 Oxford street, London), and are told by sdl vendors of Patent Lines' throughout' thi Civilized World. ."•?«"«.«■■ Directions /or use in almost every laneaue KS" Purchasers, should look to the Ltbc on Pot and Boxes. If me ad4r?sa and stree are not an they are sbariois, , OAJfi bo,\ of Olark'a * 4l"pUlt la wmrantea so oare all diaohargea f totu th« oxlnary organs la either tex (aoqotred of conatltutiooal), gravtl and paJr« in the back. Guarantee i fres from mercorr Sold Id rjozca 4a 6d »oh, by all chemist* and patent' medicine vendors! Bole jkk prlotora, The Lincoln Midia^d Cvbo-. tlfift Pro" 00. T.inrni n KnriaLi-Po* «** If Uw wholtMli How*. Driza Perfiunety fc 207, Rne St. Honoie, Parl*, T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orlsa (Oriaa Soap)— From the W mcie of Zh Q. ReveU. The b«t wap for rendering the akla white and aoft. Sweetly and refNahlaqrly accttte (roae, green and white). 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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2409, 24 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2409, 24 April 1890