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RATINGS COUGH OZENGES U EATI G'S COUGH LOZENGES-. .-;, EATINGS COUGH* LOZENGES ' I/EATINGS COUGH IXJCENfGES. ;.' v 1/EAIING'S COUGH . LOZENGES. .-i [ 94, Commercial Road,Peckham, J*lyl2, 1889. " Dear Sir,—l am poor hand at expreit iug may feelings on paper, but I .should liks to thank you, for your lozenges hare dene wonders for m* in relieving my ' ter ible cough. Sines I had th« operation of; 'Tracheotomy' (th«sam« as th« lat« Emperor of Germany, and unljk* him, thank God I am still alive and getting on well)'perfonr.ed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital f«r aduct, or j paralysis of. the rocal chords, noone could ! possibly, have had a more violent coughs; indeed it was so bad at times that it quit* t exhausted me. The mucus also, which vti \ very copious and hard, has been*/ softefied > anal have been able to get rid of it without' difficulty.—l am, sir, yours trtjly,' I ; ' "Mr Tl'Keating," j t "-J^ Hill.'*; i ■ ' 7 ■ ■\y '' '■' Medical No**. A '■/ ' •," The above speaks for itselt From strict inquiry it appears that the 1 benefit front" using Keating's Cough Lozekgesj is tindertr stated. The operation was a^'toecialljr,;. severe one, and was -'performed by th»^specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St:;Bartholoi^ mew's HospitaL Since the operation th«~ : only means of relief is the use of ttieM * Lozenges. So successful are they that <nft& affords immediate benefit, althongh from UHt\% nature of the case the throat irritation iijlni^ tenße. Mr Hill kindly allows any ref erenor to b« made to him. - ~ l/EATING'S COUGH WEENGE&

I/EATING'S - COUGH fcOZEHGE& |/|EATING'S LOZENGES* I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. IVn •• . •< " '■. v (4l -r r .^;T... Sold Evekywhkbe m^TiSs.,; :,-".!>:-' P^oprietor—THOMAß KEATING, London *M ~IUOOBBB IHB BEST TBB c, . ■' ■ ■ ■ WOBTB •.. \- ".«■[ C: •■>-.* HOLLOW AT. 18 v V PILLS & OINIMEHfc rSIHIB CNIVEBSAL~MIDIOIHI IS X HOUSEHOLD aEQUIBITI IVEBT WHEBB. -■■■■■• THB FILLS Porify the Blood, input tone to tht MenroM ' fjritem, aod act most powerftdly yttaootUpalti onthe • ■ -. ,-„ r ,'■ ..-." r - ; .f c u { LIVER AND,BOWELS, .1, : PrpmotlDg Digestion and Aanailatioa, a«|>. endowing the whole bodily fnase witt i!r 'Strength and vigor. Nerroos Haadachci^ '" Tremblings, with Laaritnd* aad^G«m . D^bUity quickly yield t* W'j^fiSFi:: * thew well-known Pilli, and they are m rhrallea in their efficacrlnall < •'';;u - ; IEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removisg all obttmctioDt, ikila bleaJsba* - '' pioiples and boila, better [than any- ota*-' 1;;' lajnily medicine known. ;,, (■; I ■ f .j^U *i.fuf ; THE OINTMENT f; ,;;iV; HAS A \YOI?LD, JDE REPUTAtiOIf.' It heal? every, k » of,. Sore, .Ulcer«a»J r ,y; Wpund, more, certainly.than any. other kjnpwp^ - r - salve. Its marvellous penetrating power* render it invaluable in all , •" . /V' 1 THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, r Caring Bronchiti*, Quinseyi, - and Ajtbsa, "''- reducing Glandular Lumps, closing and.' " healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and lov'' v:: aUe»iatire the excruciating tortures of I j RHEUMATISM, GQUT<s ' And Neuralgia it is unsuipassed.. It neve fails to Amove Scurf and every species of ski 'tlisetse. l L ' ' -;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2433, 5 June 1890

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