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Veatings cough lozenges ; i KBATI G'SCOtJSH IOZENGES : ■If EATINGS, COIJGtt JLOZENGES^ - I/EATING* COUGH: LOZENGES. _ i I/EATING'S COUGH , LOZENGES. : 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, July, 12, 1889. "Dear Sir,—lam poor hand at expresiug may feelings on paper, .but I'should like to thank you, for your loj!enge6,have don* wonders for me in relieving my ter ib c cough. Since I had the , operation o 1 'Tracheotomy' (thesame as the lite Eihpe,r of Germany, and unlike him, thank God am still alive and getting on well) perform St. Bartholomew's Hospital fer,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 "wV copious and. hard, has been softeners r an,d I have been aT?Ie to get rid of if, without 'difficulty.—ramy§ir, yours truly. ' : ' . "Mr.T. Keating,"/ ; v c*#3<ll. : .'.,.- ; ■ '- , •." i '<]* 'A' . Medical iiTora.^.;' The above speaks for itself. ,JVom strict inquiry it appears that 1 l^He l benefit from -■• using iKeating's ; Cough, Lozengeei is; understated.- ■ The operation <■ was 7;. a■- specially severe, one, and r was performed..Tby the specialist, Dr H. T.'Butlib; of St." Bartholomew's Hospital.- rSihce' the operation the only means of,, relief is tha Use* of these : Lozenges.' Sp successful] are; they; that one affords immediate benefit, althoug^frpm the, nature of the case the throat irritation is intciißo. ■ Mr Hill kindly allowi any refercnco to bu made to him, I/EATING'S COUGH-LOZENGES. |JEATING iS l'.CptJG IH^LPZ^Eb. } . K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. COUGH LOZENGES. Sold' Evkrywhebb nr Tnjts. , Proprietor-mTOMAS^KEATING; frondon. 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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2437, 29 May 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2437, 29 May 1890

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