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I/EATINGS COUGH LOZENGES ' KEATI G^ * COUtfC lA)ZENGEB 1/EATINoS COUGH-LOZENGES l/^ATING'S COUGH LCHJENGES^ K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. .- ■ ; V f-Art'i; . . 94. Commercial Road, Peckham, , July 12,(1889. "Dear Sir,—l am a poor hand at en>ret< ing may feelings on paper, but I should like to thank you, for.yoiir lozenge* have done wonders for.me in relieving my. terrible cough. 1 Since' I' had ! the operation of [ 'Tracheotomy'{the same as the late Emperor lof Germany, and unlike him, thank God, I I am still alive and getting on well) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for* bduot, o, paralysis of the vocal chords,, noone ' could possibly have had a. more violent cough indeed,it was so, bad at times jthaV it doit; exhausted inc. The.mucu* alto, wMoh wae very copious, and hard, has, been,softeneqi and I hays been able to get rid of it wijkhon} difficulty.^-1 am: sir', yourp truly, ■: \ "Mr T. 'Keatingi"': '^;J, \ , ■ fj^'Bßßft.

THe above Bpekkft'foir itfelf. Prom;«tric* inquiry it appears tliat ll(th«Jfcieiefi*^ ,fr*wi ' using Kieatiug's Cough lioi.4agem ii under- . stated! \ The operation 'in* a mniecially severe; one,, and..was performed! by: ti»« specialist, Dr H. T. Butlui, of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, v Since/ th« •peratiop! the | only, means iof,jrelieiiM,/th»u««f of, ithe»« Lozenges,.' f So. succeaafol jar* th«jri*hatone affords immediate,benefit,,althougLfroin the r nature of the case th« throat ,imjiatioafc intense. Mr H^ kindlyaliowiyany refereaee to be made to him. " '"'.'.' '''.'','; . K EATING'S COUGH V LOZJEir^ 1 UEATING'S COUCH LOZENOE& |IV; • -tv, ■;.... ;',.l(*-.jr .-Sit.- Mr;.- ■;,»(*'•■ . K EATING'S OOUGH JLOZEM^M 5 K RATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. , Soij) Ev^twhbrb nr Ton: : ? Propneior^THOMASkEATlNG^Loiidon. V

tiCIOCJEBB IHK BEBT TBS ' WOBTB f . -.»."'.»■ i' ■'.■HOXLO'WAI'fI"-: •lj'f;? t P? ;A" JNTM 1. i fljiHlß CNITIBBAL MEDIGIO 18 -1 .fIOUBBHOLD.oIQUISin ITIBT WHSBE. ; ': ■■ - " ?:-•>■ - '. - '.:.;■„'■ > THE/ PILLB-^r,,i--^> Purlfy,the Blood, impart tone to the Noidh system,' and act most powerfolly nt nolUarit 'oothe: ■■■ ;"■.""■ ."'.!-;t „-:.. 'r,r •■' i:■LlVßß■A•ND'fiaw■^2si.^^;;; . Prmnotfng! Digesttim' and AkuaJk^tal endowing the • whole bodlry framt^ with -' Strength and Tigor. Ntrrow Headaches^ Tiemblingi, 1 with Laahudt taH'-Qmia! Debility qoickly yield to the 16iWo the?• iwdULknown Pills, and they aw J%«i riTalleo in their efficacv in all : . '-'■/.■■■■■'> -•,-' „ „, iBMALES COMPLAIKTS t i * RcmoTing all obstructions,: skin UcasWMi pimples, and boils,;, better,, than lnjr ,otk« lamily rnedicine,known. V "'( J7- >>, *iM' :. ■' / ~\ the-oiNtiiE^tj'' •"";;;>;.': -- HAS '■ A WORLD.; IDE KEftrTATidll. It heals'.erery'k' of ajj Wound, more certainly tram any btheTknowil salve.- Its marvellous penetratrng 5 * render it invaluable in alii ,--j. . .1; . —v v/j-i

THROAT, AND CHEST DISEASES; Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Aatbaku reducing Glandular Lumps, : closing healing Abscesses aav ', Fistulas, r4aridi for alleviating the excruciating tortures ol \ •» 1 RHfiUMATISI?,; (JOUT, J !,,.;• And' Neuralgia it lr unsuspasje& *. It nro fails to remove Scurf aid every specie* of ski disease, ■• ' 7 „ "'li "' ' ' ,',/ f "■■,',"''-\ The Fills and Cintment arc manuiaciirt st No; 8, New Oxford street (late ' 533 Oxford street, London), and are Sold by all vendors of Pai eat Lines throughout tbt .Civilized World, ■ . ■■ .;•',-./ Diiec:ions for ure in ajrnost «-.vtry !anpn*te '££** Purchasers should look to the LaHe. on ?ot and Roses.,, If me ad'lr*at;>ad «'tre» *ti nni.es,rtrV me innrtcnf{i,f ...^ „' V| , ';,< -

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2430, 15 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2430, 15 May 1890

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