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jr EATING'S COUGH LOZKNaBS^^ J\, -. : . , ■ ■ jrEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES : , KEATING^ COUGH LOZENGES: .'■■■■■ •■'■;■-■ '- . T/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES" SS. 94. Commercial Road, Peckham, ■ '.--..-:• : ; 'Jill* \2, lfMr " " Dear Sir,—l am a-poor hand at {moiling 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' (the same as the. late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him,. thank God I am still alive and getting on well) performed at .St. Bartholomew*" Hospital for aduct, or paralysis of the vocal chords; rioij* could possibly have had a more' vxoleAt cough, indeed it was so bad 1 at time that it - quite exhausted me. . The mucus also, which was very copious and hard, Has been* softened and I have been nble to get rid rof.it/without difficulty,-rl am, sir, yours truly, •, ■: : J. WTTiT ft . Mr T. .Keating., ; '. „. - ■ •.:.-.'.. /., J . Medical -Notjv '..'',.* The above speaks for,itself. Frenh ttrict inquiry it appears that the benefit from using Keating^ Cough Lozengas ki und«rstated. - ' The operation' 'vrur * ,' specially severe one, and was, - performed by' the ; specialist, Dr^H. T. Butliny:of; St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Since th» operation the . -only nieans of relief is the us* 1 of these Lozenges. So successful are they thai ope affords immediate benefit j although fromtte nature of the case the throat irritatibnfiiti- v tense. Mr Hill kindly allows any reference to be made to him.:, . i-.c> s K EATING'S COUGH XOZENGiOS. : rbi- „v -'•■:* Hf.-.f:' bWo-L '■ ■ I/EATING'S ; COUftH IQZE&QyS.^ ; I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGHS. IfEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. ,■ Sold EverywherenrffrKg. „,, ■ Proprietor-rTHOMAS KEATING, London. - . hUGGBSS'.', IHB Blf I, TI8»' - ■ ■-; ' " WOMB '" .'"_ f } ';. 7.' .* piles a mmt HpHIB UNITBBBAL MEBlOtini tg ?-•!•.■ •: :THI->ILLB-- ■• ■■'■ 'i : Purify the Blood, input tone'to the'itf*t¥bii »yjtenD, and sft mott power/»U»y«tiootlili*l» onthe: f ■„ . :,- ,-f- -^ V-r^s-V^* • Promoting Digestieo and Asnailatioa. jiiil endowing; the whble v bodily; frMte n^OStrength and .vigor. N«mß» r ;He«lichei; Tiemb'.ings, with Lauitude and Geneu Debility qtickly j-ieJd to the potent force 6 r.hepe well-known Pills, «rd "they are «n rivalleo «n theii efficaev In all iSMALE COMPLAITTS, RemoTing ill obrtnetiooi, ikfn Ueitiriiei pitnplei and boil*, better than try oth4 fanaily medicine Iraowxi; ; ;)!■-■- t •;. >[» ,;■;-,■- ■ THE OWTMENT <-.\? -r»S HAS.A WQBLD.r IPEREPKTATIOHr. ' :J l •h J t'al?'-e^Fyok. l f.pf.Sore,-, UJcttL-aikfl' " Wound,. mqr^ csertainly thanjanjr, other kwiw salve. Its msrvellous penfttrating [poWM render jt.inyaluable.ißall. *• •< Vi-^rk THROAT -iVND CHEST DISEASES. Curing t ßronchiti«,,guinsey», .and-.Atfbu, redncing GJandolar Lumps, dorint^tnl healing Abscesses .ant . Fistnlat, ; and lor alleviatiDß Ui& excruciating torhires ol r ' RHEHMATISft, fiOUT; !^ And Neuralgii'.l is vnsuspasied. X\ aeW fails to remore Scurf and every species ofskf 'iiserse. ■ - •■ •' ■-.-, .'-.r* „-:';,•:-.!.;]■>-,■ The Pills and Omlratrn are manol^ctttre ' at No. 8, New., Oxford street (late^"<M Oxford street, London), and are ioW-by^dJ venders of Patect Lines throughout the Civilized WorW. Directirns for vsc in afmosf'«verjr lkop'vtet 'Sir: Puircbaseri sfecitld look to the liifo on ?of acrf Boxes. If toe ad'fr-ta an* strce JlfP fl^f ftT»- ffc/»Xr »fC lO^TjOtl*, j 7 ORJZA i 20$, Rue St. Honored-Paris- . . LEGRAND;S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Oriza (Qriza Soap)— From; Ithe formule of I^r O. Reveli. r;-The best soap for rendering the white soft. Sweetly and . refreshingly . scented (rose, greon and white).- ;,C ! ' Savon-Oriza-Yelohte,' -exquisitely ; r>er« ' fumed for the toilet and baths; '['* Savon-Oriza (Oriza.Soap)—No. 2, «xtra ; fine, iin boxes,. 6 cakes. 12' exquisite _ perfumes, JNo: 1. ;',''' J r .: v-n-i; io'^ Onza-^avon-JjiffOToiieif superior quality, rose tea, white heliotrope. aiid whit* violet., -..- -lj • T "ir'-: i --I _yi Aqua-Oriza—New toilet water "refreWhin* to the skin;V- 'i ."" r r-"/. JIJ Oriza-Hay—A; toilet water -inrjii the perfume of itewmpipl 1 lliyi l : ~ : Oriza-Aciduliie-r-Toilet'vinegar, aromatio arid' disiiifecianfc jßroeciallT; fedapied '- .forladies'toaetii.^!^- :f; ■■*>^ Qriza-Scofchil>^enderr-^rig8 r;afi^ , lavender flowenff; Eau - de^Cologne 2<W» 'i^ftg1 Mh^f. -' " 'toilet:^Ster:'- 7:y-I;.>".'frc-t j^rtJEE' v - OriM-Whter—Concentrstefl and lasting. ■.Extrucfc of superior Eau-de-Cologne. Oouttes - Oriza - Dcnflfnce i-4 An' .extract for prcsen-ing the teeth and-gtuip p good health and'preventing'aeCayy.' Oriza-Dcntairc, in jwste er powder, for whitening tho teethwithoui ifftctinf the enamel. " ■ ; • Es.i - Orizri - ut - Orln-Ly» T 'Perfum,efl, for Kcontinir linen and the. handkerchief without fitaining. -..'.- Oriza-OJl—Variously ; peyfumed,j for-rjipa- ', dering the hair, aoffcrind^riiliantfand preventing it from:falling pff.: . JA Ori^ljacte.,i(Oriza.jl|!plk]^An emulsive lotion, refreshing tonic to the skin, remoying redr spota arid preyentinf ''- wrinkles oh the face. . j n ~t ' ft \ Creme Oriza, (of Ninon de Loncioajh-Fpr .producing;.* beautiful plexion withithe.clearneas and velvety - . ,sof.tg.es^.Qf ypu^x.' r ,j.... >h „ ,-.. r ,,,^ Orizaliner,Cfll6ra^te r j(th9,^kt hair dye)r- ---; . , t ldyfi^^j|iuur to. any shade, -and. with, L no ,djmger. vto heali;h» ( In boxet^ "eachwithbr^ahes, . comb^. prospectus, and ;.or fm boxes,,, the bottle, i.oioly withoiai 1,, 1 f-#'i : ' : l ( y^ "- •" -" , .imost^ mM^r'rrP9m%H qaltena 1. ■■ y nosegay, of viobtsy ,\ „. f ;.;,.. . Esß^Qri2»;^uav(B y% ,fc«liotrop«, JBon ■, ;que*-offt|hßflowar^ -„; „. r} . (f ,,,, ,;..■ ■ .' r • ':''- ' "". r-r:!.}' ■' ■■ -. ,='■■■• ;': ,h '% •■' i- ■ " •- . i < ',■ .' .'- n :■:': ><"y i ";• - ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL:; - - Established 1881.x ; : , "PUPILS of both sexee are taught t&e _L 7 elements of aliberaleducation. T Special subjects of study may be pursued where circumstances .require a de* parture from the ordinary school course. Head Master. Mr J. E. Buohasan. > Ist 8.A., (London), ' per term Fee for pupils over 12 years ' . . . of age ..; ... ... £330 Fee for pupils under 12 years " ' of a?r ..: "... '...' 2,9 Music (extra) \1; 1 : *' The School year is divided into three <>rms All fees are payable in adyanoe O. Thornton Dudley;* -; " LAND, ESTATE AND STOCK AGENT /! 161 Hereford Street, Chrißtchurcfr;:..' I have sums of money to, lend on good .' ' security at low rate of interesp. ■, Several .; Farms for Sale. rr.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2442, 16 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2442, 16 June 1890

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