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■w^EATING'S COUGH LOZENGISS/ . TTEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES > jr EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES ■JT'EATING'S' COUGH. LOZENGES". 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, 'July 12, 1890----1 " Dear Sir,—l am a poor hand at express- . ing my feelings on. paper,: but I should like to thank you, for your lozenges have done wonders for me in relieving my terrible cough. Since I had * the . operation of • Tracheotomy' (tho 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 aduct, or paralysis of the vocal chords, none could possibljr have had a moire* violent cough, indeed it was so bad at time that i» quite exhausted me. The mucus also, which . : was very copious and hard, has beensofteued ; and I have been *b|e to get rid of it; Without ; difficulty,—l am^jßir, yours truly, , '- i ■• J« : HTTiTi. i. ■ •'' . ) Medical Note," ' . The above speaks for itself. From strict inquiry it appears that the benefit .from ; üßing Keatmg*s Cough L6£eagtt]») wider- . stated. The operation wu 3* specially j severe one, and was performed by the specialist, DrH.: T. Butlm, of St. Bartholomew's Hoßpitalm^SmnotKei operation tk« only means 1 of, relief isMtheYuseWoi these Lozenges v-^Sp, successful are they that one / affords immediate benefit, although from ike - nature of the case the throat irritation is intense. Mr Hill-kindly allows anylrefer^noe Ft6bemadeto rhSm.]l r>r 'jftl^l ' V EATING'S ItffcENGllS. . IJEATING'S CpUttHrJ^ZElfGE^ : • I/EATING'S COUGH-LOZENtHS. |#E ATING'S COUGH LOZEN^S. Sold E-bbywhebe in TnreJ r'^ k Proprietor—THOjiAS KEATING, London. BUOCKBB*' XHI > BBBT US WOfiXB HOLLOWA,y\B p rrrae univebsal MEDioriii is J^^UBKHO^ i^QUiaOT^TIJii THE PliLB Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nmou system, ud act most fowtxhOwj^myotbinely on the i^W ' - - LIVBR AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Aanmilatloß, anl endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and rigor. Nerroos Headache* c Tremblings, with Lassitude..nd Genera 1 Debility adckly field to tlw potent S" th«e welCknown Pill,, and WS m « riTidlcointhciiemcacTlnall ' ABMALB COMPLAINTS, Rcmovmg all obstnetknu, skfo bledHsfaea pimples and bods, belter than acy otbt family medicine known. . THE OI«TMENT , HAS A WOBLD. IDE REPUTATION. ; It heals every kT of TS^rd TJlcer and Wound, mors cettainlf ttan iny^other knows , salve. Its roarvellotis penetrating powers ' render it invaluable in all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Cnring Bronchitis, .Quinseys, and Asthma, 0 reducing Glandular s Lamps, doting laA x > healing Abscesies ant Fistulas, and fo? p alleviating the excruciating tortures of RHETTMATISM, GOUT, * And'Neuralgi. >t is unsuspassed. It newf ' fails to remove Scurf and every! species of ski '- ■ disej'se. " , J >T fe The PiUs and Ointment are manufacture b at No. 8, New Oxford street (late ci 4 . 3 Oxford street, London), and are *oM by all 1 vendors of Patent Lines thronefcott tbV c Civilized World, • " l ■ 0 Directic nw for use in ainrosf ritiy lenpu; c« < &* Purchasers should look to {he Lal>e fon Pot nnd Bores. I/tr<* sHH r «-n snr 1 ;trre * are uof r.n thi»v are conrinn* ' 1 ~ ' '..' '* , I ORiZA PERFUMERY, t _____ ■ . ,' L 207, Rue St. Honore,: Paris,?uxj IT P GRAND'S SPECIAIi PRODUCTS s -»-^ ,■.."• - ' —"T "A '-.'-' V"'■'''■ •' ''' ] Savon-Oriza (Oriza SoajpV^-Fioin the for-- \ v mule of Dr 0. R«yeU/n;Thte best so>p \ forrendermgHhesl^w^teands^ft. . , Sweetly ; and refreshingly " scented •; -, (rose, green and white).. „:.': i Savon-Oriza-Velorite, exquisitely per- '; fumed for the toilet ana baths. ' , Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)i-Noi. 2j extra fine, in^ boxesi;6,cakei».' 12#xquisit« \ : perfumes, No. 1; rTr "' l": *"r;^^" | Oriza-Sayon-Incororei Mjipjigj: Equality, c rose tea, whitbixelidtrope^! and,-white [ • violet.'''.'- • ' .'-'"- r v'- '; K'\ ' - : Aqua-Oriza—New toUeV'wa^ri rrefre«lunk ; to the skin. . "" '--" .: V :J ■'-''„' , Oriza-Hay—A toilet water ,wi& ', Hm ] - tperfume of nev irio'^n Kiiy^ I]'" ■ \ ', 7 ; Oriza^Aciduline~T6iletyineg^ r aroinatie and r disinfectaiit Bpecjally r 'liiiSed i Oriza-Sc^fch^Lßrender-^ipriga of Soptck | Eau-ide-^lb^V-'Or^^e^igS |j toilet water.. •■-■'■"{■■ »^'-; >>>'■>■ "j-i r<■ '\ Oriza-Water^Obn«^ntMtt^:.iM lasting. ! , Kitnurt of superior 1 &u : dtt-Cclogno. j OonH<.'s-()ir«-Dentifrice-^-An extrac* ! fi>r ]»r< ii<« irviii{r ihe.tae^i tod giimA, im */. pood licnlfli fiTid preventing at-cay. ; OrizfL-DoniAiro, in paste or,i>owdor, for v. hikmlng the t«eth wlttioufc afftcling 1 the enamel. . , ,■) /•.■.at'/.i -,'.;.■ ■ Ess - Oriza - e^Ojt^l^j^gejiajii^lffot scenting Imen and r the hanclkerchief withoufc staining. . /,,-^t ..;,,;,;,.. tJ > Oriza-Oilr^yariously, p«rfumedjjjfor' i«n^ deringtheih'air soft sjid brilliant, and preventing-i.t.fromfallingfOf'.,,-Oriza-Lacte,. (Oriza ( Milk)— An. emulsive lotion, refresning, tonic, 1 to; the^slrinV removing red "spots and;prevent|ng wrinkles on the face. .- / ,v ~ ,*~i Creme Oriza (of Ninon de Lehcios)-irJor - producing a beautif^L white caa^ ' plexion with the clearness and velvety softness of youth. -J *- Jr f Orizaline-Colorante (thg best, hair dye)— For'instantaiiepusly dyeiijgi th.e'hair to any shade, and with no danger to health. In boxes,'eackjTrith;bruihe^ .comb, prospectus, and bottle; or in boxes, the . bottle.: only wtsaoni accessories. Ess-Oriza-Incoloro Vlolaitoof c y, „ ,most. exquisita perfume^: quite <a' nosegay of violets, r <> U'.-, Ess-Oriza Suave i( whlt» ktJlotrope Bou quetoftheflpTfeT,^ . ASHBURTON EIGRi SCHOOL. Eafiiblished^lSSl.. ; „. -,- PUPIL£ of both Bexea are taught the elements of a liberal education. : Special subjects ot study be purj sued where curcumgt^ces>tequire a de- : parture from { the ordinary school course. [. Head Master,'.- .Mjil^. E.^BiroHANAK. -' ; . .lst.B.A'.,'"(lj6ndon)i'-'['_.' H -% ,-- ■;--''- -■ '''"'l''C^ '-," u 'perte'raf Fee for pupils over 12 years of age ... ...t -£3 3 0 ! Feelfor pupils unde'rlStyears' /- : .of age ... • ..s™.'iW->'-S 9 1 Music (extra) .jA. ;i..'r ... 11 The School year is divided, into three iq^rms All fees are payable la advance, C. Thornton. Dudley* LAND, ESTATE AND STOCK AGENT 161 Hereford Street, Christchurch I have sums of m&hey to lend on good security at low rate of interest; Several Farms for Sale. ■ _

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2441, 14 June 1890

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