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If EATING S COUGH LOZENGES I/EATI G'S COUGH. LOZENGESj j/EATINo S COUGH LOZENGES V EATING'S COUGH' LOCENGES. BEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. 94. Commercial Road, Peckham, July 12,1889. "Dear Sir,—l am a poor hand at ezprea* ing may feelings on paper, but I Bhould like to thank you, for your, lozenges have.done [ wonders for me in relieving my terrible I cough. Since I had the operation of I'Tracheotomy' (the same as 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 bduct, o, paralysis of the vocal chords, noone could possibly have had a more violent cough indeed it was so bad at times that it duit; exhausted me.. The mucus also, which wae very copious and hard, has been softeneqs and I have been able to get rid of it without difficulty.—l am, sir, yours truly, ■ ■■■ "Mr T. Keating," . "J. Hh*. ,■ ; '■■•..

' Medical Note. The above speaks for itself. From strict inquiry it appears that the benefit "horn using Keating s Cough Lozenges is under• , stated. The operation was a specially severe one,: and was performed by 1 the specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St. Bartholomew.'s Hospital Since the operation the only means of relief is the' use of these Lozenges. So successful areithey that one affords immediate benefit, although {rom the nature of the case the throat irritation ia in- ,' tense. Mr Hill kindly allows anyreference to bemade to him, • ,- -„c > I/EATING'S CqUGXT lfoz&GE&; X EATING'S COUCH LOZE^^M' K EATING'S COUGH -LOZENGES.' JJEATING?S COUGH LOZENGES. : Sold Everywhere ur TflW. ' - Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, London. BUQCJKSti IHB bttbl. TEb " WO£TB rrmis universal mediowh Is X HODBEHOLU nEQCIBITI IVlfiT WHBBE. '.-" .."•■■■ ■>-- .--.■■'•■; IHI PILLB Purify the Blood, input tone to the Nervow system, and act moqt powerfully jet KotUnel) on the - , ■ „, ..- * LIVER AND.BQWELS,,, ■„••. Promoting 'Digestion and A«"HMiin^ an I endowing-the whole bodily fnune with Strength and vigor. Neryoni Headaches Trembliogt, with LuMtude and .Gain' Debilitj quickly yield to the potent foite o these well-known Pillg, and they' Wans rivallea :n their efucacr in ill '

iBMALE COMPLAINTS. ' Removing ill obstructions, skfa blenbhet pimples and boils, better than may otae family, medicine known. ■ ■ ;.',,, j ; .. •■, ■.■ ; , THE OWTMENT. ;•'-' .; HAS A WORLD. IDE REPUTATION. It heal* every k 0/ Son,. Ulcer tad Wound, more certainly tfian.any.btb.er known salve. "Its marvellous penetrating power* render it invaluable in all ' • ' THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES^' ■ Curing Bronchitis, Quinseyi, and Asthma, reducing Glandular Lumps, dating and healing Abscesses ant;. FistuLuJ and' fat. all«viating the excruciating tortures ol - - ' ' RHEUMATISM, GOUT,. • ■ And Neuralgia it is, unsuspassed. • It n«w» fails to recove Scurf andevery species ofski•disease. .' '' ',', n>;' ,■ ■; „, ;' =,t „ The Pills and "Ointmcßt are manulacture - at No. S, New Oxford streW {late 533 Oxford street, London), and lire/old "by *J] vendors of Patent Lin«s throughout the Civilized World. ■..-.*•■ Directions for use in aJnoost «»*ry lanpuace 53^* Purchaser?, bbcvld look to (he Labe op ?ot nnd Boxes.. If me addr«»« » n d ntr« are'not. ct» thrv aie sonrinn* _,I; t.^i^-rMfs—^' UJSE bur, ot ■ Cltirk'i n 4i"piiii is wtitrantea bo aure all discharge*'f/oa»;4bt urinary organe in either, ccx (acqaiw^ei ooastttutional),, gravel and; pah« iaiti* back. Giaaraiitefd trea ,teoia,i uwtc»n; Sold labbxcß 4b 6d, e*eh,by,»lifclieaEHit and patent medioiue vei?idor4; f Sole ptoprietora, The Uncotiu tad Hidland Cocni tie* Dru^Oo. .T^oln;,, EaghiC. Fee

,f207, Rne ißt. ifoHdrte;;P»«^, /' ' J X GRANT'S SPBOIALPJ^Sirdta I !.•.■;>•/-.•/ •• iV'.inii.^li'ji '^jyrg' '»ti, S»voE-Or!» (Orlsa gosip^^onJ^ho-lOT 1. mnlo of Dr Q. R 9 Vd!J. Th^ befct io»p for nndwlng; tKeskin aod eofL i Swßßtly and tefroshlnWy; it^cta (rose, green »r.d whU«). - ' 'f Sftvon-Orlia-Veloate, exqnielte^ ; pe>> famed. for the toilet and bsifcb i; ' Savon-OelsaiiOrtin SoapJ-^-Nnl'S; oxtia -„- * f fiue,i In ,boiea,6^ ekke'a,l^ '•iqklslte perfume*, No. 1 a(ium, Oiha.Savon-^eort>r«;«»ap; f i 0 i qntlity. *we te»,.wMta fcaUottofl^ißdmiti ■ i -tlolat?! i.vji 'iinvi .y:'v^l o-f>"> Orl».Tonioa (entraot of pUnts) to eiwiiae ,: .ftho hab~newMm; «o«tro > e, ■ ; violet, etc, -.i-* .Hv",;ra'iT>ira?il' O?lß».Powdeti-Flow«n of Carolina rice $ foi softening and re/rwihJng the _ ikln ;inexesUent dozi#.with powdei pssff ,'j•-">',' v i>£fft &9J12 p'tj; Oilia-Yelootis^-Flowot* of lrieß-r'pbwdat • adhering to th-^ «kiDj: with' thr pe,l fumoof new mdonhßy^lo'l •",'-^ > Oslwk-Flowen (white *nd; itabtiH&LSjtf exealient -.toilet<-watto) ■ ton^ t^ifei 9 kln .we.t3 T ,.n4T &)*J&s>B& fumed „ .f— - •■'.'' :"": , # * iqaa-OrlM—N«w collet^*^ , . tiieVda .- - v . ;,: c -•■•._ _ .■"■ Osia^-HaTr—Ai'iolid': iraVer/witb^^n^por-- -■ fan»& of new saoon h»y J. > ' _,"-." 05»J»'A«idal!ne—Toilet vicatfaf'," 'wtnaditc' iai dis'.nfeotanti ■ «piefcially: 1 tot todies' tc««te"- !; !l i<- t<"*"' r: f" .■*' Orlß»'Sooioh.liav*^der-—Sprlg'i l of JS*o 'cfe larendet flowsM ; a rich toilet iratet ' Bkka*de<Oologne.Oi'iza—T>ie * i b-llieiol. ■Irt waten, v* T •■■; v; •" '-}'M Kf-'"' Orli»-W«,ter--Ooncentir»ied and' y'" til' ' ' Sitrsctof superiorlflca do c re ' Qontt3B'Orka.Dentifriee —Ah pxa J-\ * prsnerving the teeth sad; gap*"'s«j.~ good health and proventtnjj der^y Or!st.-Dentalre, In D*«to oirpowd^, »| whitening th* teeth withont sjb«ttnt tl.> enamol r ■"<•!; \a*s"> i'-^ -.'v.MiTt 8» 0 eti.Orli»>li^-~ r «iSlun«» .'■ aeentlng linen and th«( fe4ndkerci*4 . without stAlntus i Oil«a-O!l7-'ycslouBly poffnmed ; fo* t*n. awing tho hait sift and briiifant" pravestiog ift fa'Hng 6S' ' Ojisa-Laeka (Orlf Milk}—>»; a -Vnoblv , lotion rafreirlriK tonlQto tLic ifei waaioving :cd ;?otn 4c d pevei.iVr : wrinkles on the '%»• . ' ' ,' Oreme Orl«a (of Ninon do Leneros)—# 0* pi?odaol^\9 » bwcitful whits rbmploi. f ion with the e!uMne« and' vielvMy sefinass of pontb Oslialine-Ooloranio ftho best hair dye)— Foi instantanoonsly dyolng tho heit to any snads, and with no dungcir health. Ie boxes, escb" with bsrvm comb, proepactoa, and bottle j or bores, the bottle onlr witlic-a* acrtv* BOJ^I ' ■ . ;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2427, 12 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2427, 12 May 1890

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