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KEATING^ COVOH DOZBNGEB 1 ■■■-.. v. '■■•■:■ ? 7 ;• |(EAT I G'S COUGH LOZENGES IfEATINoS COUGH LOZENGES |(EATI\ TP'S COUGH LOOBNGES. j^EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. 64. Commercial Road, Peckham, Jvly 12, 1889. " Dear Sir,—l am poor hand at expree* ing may feelings om paper, but I should like to thank yon, for your iezenges haye don* wonders for me in relieving my Tier ib c cough. Since I had tbe operation, o 'Tracheotomy' (theswne as tbe late Eoipe.t lof Germany, and unlike him,' thank God am still alive and getting o»; wiett) perform St. Barthelomew'B Hospital ferijbdueti; o, paralysis ef the Tocal chords,; noenecotild posßibly! kave had a toere violent congh /indeed it waa «o bad! at times that it dait exhausted me. The «ra<ma abp, whien wa* very oopioos and hard, has been soffceneqs and I have been able to Jet fid of it tri^ioua difficulty.—l.am, sir, yours truly ., „.' "Mr^.Keatmg,"' , . The,above speak* for-itself. 'r^Frofh strict uiguiry it appears that the benefit from using Keating's Cough Lozenges to understated. The operation was a specially severe one, - and- was performed -by- •*»• specialist,'.Ds-Hv T. Butun^Jtof St. Bftrtiioldmew's Hospital. Since the operation tiie only means of; relief is the ftse"js€ tfcwe Lozenges. So successful are ,«hejr-that! fl^i affords immediate benefit, although ftdm A nature of the ease the throat irritation to m. tense.; Mr Hill kindly.allow* any rtifereoot to be made to him. -IfEATING'S, COUGH^LpBBDfj&BS. KEATING'S COUfH WZEKOWk K EATING'S COUGH LOZENG3S. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. ■» > ..'-..it -^U'-i- „-.-'■ Sold Everywhbkb flr '..QSttoi.-, ; Proprietor-THOMAS KEATING, Lottjoiu SUOGEBti IHE EEBT TKS WOITB ' I ( '.\., r HOLLO~WAY'B ' r PILLS & OIHTMEHT.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2436, 28 May 1890

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