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|#»ATINGS UOUGH LOZENGES UEAIi G'S COUGH LOZJUHafiS, KBATINbS COUGH LOZENGES „ .. „ ... ... . ■/EATING'S COUGH LOCENGES. '. ■{EATING'S COUGH " LOZENGES. 94, Commercial Road, Peckh'am, ■ July 12,1889.' -, "Dear Sir,—l am a poor hand at expreaing may feelings on paper, but I should like to thank you, for your loze ages haye v done Wonders for mo in relieving'my terrible ' cough. Since I had the operation of- " 'Tracheotomy' (the same as the late Emperor : of Germany, and unlike him, thank God, I am Btill alive and getting on well) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for bduct, o, ■ ■ paralysis of the vocal chords, noone'ijould possibly have had a more violent'cough indeed ife was so bad at times that itoduit; exhausted me. The mncntf also, whichjwae very copious and hard; ■ ha* been aoftdtaeq* and I have been able to get rid of it' withont difficulty.—l am, air; yeurr truly;' if;; "Mr T. Keating," ' ' ;»'j. .Box, ' • i ■ .i. "• IMIDICAL NOW. ' Thejibove speak* for itself.' From strict inquiry it appears that 'the benefit from using Keating* Cough.Loienges if widerstated. The operation wtj* aj MnecfeUjr severe one, and was. performed rar fb* specialist, Or H. ff. Butlin, of St. Butholemew's HonpitaL Sinoe thi ; operationike only meaua.of relief k'thf mm, pi; the** Lozenges. So aucccßafui are they, that one affords immediate benefitj although frejn tie natareoitheoaM the throat intfrtMbh)*. . , tens*. Mr Hill kindly allow*/, aty 'referewh to be aiade to him. '.',.- ---■JEAIING'B COUGH 1029*006. VJUTIMQ'H COUGH LO^MG^g. |^Ki.TUra'g OqUGH LbzttOfiS. LOZIS(JBS. Sou> Bvbbtw*^V***'" . Preprletot-THOiLU XMATUKQj h*Aw BUGQEBS IHE 6EBT T*S PILLS & ODiTMEHT. • ""• ■■ '' :-"•> < ■■" ."--'au'-iia Sims. B'-, „ .."/ fIIHIB UNIVBBSAL MlDKinmilß X HOUSEHOLD aKQUISTTI ITIBX WHBBBi ' ■■ ''•"'^! ■ THI PILLS T Purify the Blood, i«p«rt tone to the Nertawi lyitem, and act most powerfally TetaoothMt UVBR AND BOWELS, \ ■', Promotfng Digestiea and AMimibaka, aal endowing, the whole bodilj^^MU ' with Strength and Tisor., Nccmi^lleftd«ches/ Treinblin^ irii I^^and^Snm Debility quickly yield to the potent fcfeeo theve well-known Pills, and /.they- «n ca<. rivalleoin their efficacrln all" ' , '. j i-IMALB COM?LAIKTS» , { Removing all obstnetiont, «kfn bleniiliet ' pimples and boils, better,, than *ay ttj othe ■ family medicine known. „Y.,Tr ?A '"■ - .v,<a.r - ■ ■ .'.-..the,.pwtMEKT--;.'.■' \l '■■'■ '-: HAS A WORLD-: IDE REPUTATION. It heali e?«y k. .ofSorev^Ufcei; and -.*; Wound, more certainly than } any othec known salve. Its manrelloii* , penetrating powerl render it invaluable in all -: -„'■,:}^ THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing .Bronchitis, Qoinseys,' and., Astcuna, reducing Glandular Lumps, 1 doting and healing Abscesses ant Fistulas,.;and Im alleviating; the excruciating tortures of- ' RHEUMATISM,: GOUT, And Neuralgia it it unsuspasscd, Itnert fails to remove Scurf and,every species of ski diieiie. '_„,>-,'.; •.'-. The Pills and Ointment are manulactmre at No. S, New Oxford, street (later 533 Oxford street, London), and are told:.by ail vendors of Patent .Lines thrbughcMt■ the Civilized World. „ . / Direction* for use in almost every language - SB" Purchasers should look ta the Xabt on Pot and Boxes. If me.addr<j«s uki, itret are not en they we ipwlou, . ; „.;..' > OJNE bos of Olark'i », 41 pUU la whrantea to oate til dlioh&rgea Uomibm crlnary organs in either mx (aoqaleed of constitutional), gravel Andi p«ilrt<in the \ back. 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T E GBAND'S SPECIAL PRODUOTB Savoa-Orlia (Or!«a Boap)^F*bm tbe fo». male of W&jßW^tiftjift ■«»» foi rendering the Udn white aa4 Mft, , Sweetly ■ .and ' ■ refrethiii{fly. jfente ' ' (rose, green »ndwhite). ,*,".,?> Savon-Orlxa-Yeloatoi; • exqaisltely per* - famed for the toilet and b«thi ' Saron-Orlia Oriia Soap)—No/ 2, extn finei' in boxes, 6 oakw, 11 eiquWte jteifomet, No. i J- •'■- <* Orlia-Savon-Inooroie, wpetioi qoidltf, OtUa-Tonlca (extract of plant*) to eleaae* the half—new mown hay, . vlolet, t eic „,h n>,'\ v '^- Orba-Powdei—Slowets of OuoltjM:slbt> j for eoftening md mfseahlnj. the ■kin; in ezeeuent hoxec, with powdes Orba-Yeloite—Flowwi ■of tiee; powdef. adhering to th^ ekla, with the p#t'. fame of pvw/vuidti'&if-<^ 0* ■ * •' OilM-Flowen (wbJU and ambeied)—Aj, exeeUent VoUet watet, tonlb'«» th« ■ skin, iwMtJy and deUoat^lf wr ,' Joined-:": 1? 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JJ;f ' ', Oiizallne-Oolaruite (the belt hatrdy«>— For Inattntaneonsly dyeing the hatr to any *n*de, end with no danger health, In boxis, each: with broee* comb, ptoppeotoi, and bottle; or boxe*, the botU* otolf wlthont aoeew

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2411, 26 April 1890

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