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ttEATING'S. COUGH LOZENGES '-; ia. ' '■'-'■;.'"- TTEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES J\ - ■-■ ■■■'.%,--.-.".■- ---•rrEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES * IS. , . -;•• ■ -- TV-EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES, ,i^ ' ■-.;..-: ';. 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, . July 12, .1890. " Dear Sir, —I am a poor hand at expressing 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 ' 1 Tracheotomy' (the same as the Lite Em-. peror of' Germany, and unlike him, thank God lam still alive and getting on well) per- ; • formed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital fo»* aduct, or paralysis of the vocal chords, none could posdbly have had a more violent <'„-', cough, indeed it wan-so bad at'time that ifc ' ' quite exhausted me.> The mucus also, which '* was very copious and hard, has been softened ' / and I have been able to get rid of it without difficulty,—l am, sir, yours truly, „.•-' y'-v J. HILL. , T ' k / Mr T. Keating. ..;... •;. '/f'S C' <■; Medical'NoTß./,'-^,i; T " v ,"J, ; - The above speaks for"itself. (Trom'^ntt inquiry it appears that-the benefit from using Keating 8 Cough Lozenges ia understated. . The operation; "was "'» specially •- severe one, and waß performed, by the/ specialist, Dr H. T. Butlm.-of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. ... Since the operation the - . only means of relief is the use of these *-. Lozenges. So successful are. they that one affords immediate benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat irritation ig in* tense. Mr Hill- kindly allows, any reference . I «be made to him. v^ •■ , 4 ,v/- . ; •■ K EATING'S COUGH -LOZENGiiS. /EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. /EATING'S COUGH IX)ZENGES.^ ;\ K EATING'S [COUGH LOZENGES. Sold Everywhere in Tins. '.["•,'- / Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, London. FUCOEBB FHB BRBT TKB WOFTfi - ;,. HOLLOW AY>tf\ J---: PILLS &JIKTIIHI mHIS UNIVERSAL MEDiOIBI 18 1 HOUSEHOLD aKQUISITO ITIBY WHKBB. ■ „ : r ->• TH? PILLS \-i .: Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervovt lyitem, and act mott powerfully ytttooUringW on the . ". . ','..,;;,,-,., -,- -. .- - ■. LIVER AND BOWELS, „/» Promoting Digestion and F Auimllatioa,: as I endowing the..whole bodily 'Tfntniewilr Strength andvigcr. Nervous Headaches, Tremblings, with / Latsitnde and' Geneta Debility quickly yield to the potent force b 1 theM irell-Vnown Pills,'and they tit in rivalled uj theit efficicr in all , i^MALB COMPLAINTS, Removing all obitructions, tVfn blen-frt-ei . pimples and boil«, better than any otto 4*mily medicine known. THE OINtMENT s , ' TTAS A WORLD- IDE REFUTATION, > It fatal* cT«7 ; k of. Sore, /Uteer,' and c Wound, more certainly than any other knows salve. Its marvellous penetrating power* ' render it invaluable in all j'_•• } ■'>■'' c THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitu, Quinseys, and AstfanM, reducing Glandular .: Lumps, doking and healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, ,i and fo* jilleviating the- excruciating tortwes of .■• • RIIEITMATISM, GOUT,, , , - And Neuralgu. »tig unsuipassed. It neve Tails to remove Scurf and every species of ski. - ! disease. .' ' ' - ;. ; V, ,' ,{, r.. -; The Fills and Ointment are manufacture at, No. 8, New Ox'.orrl .street (late. .533 . ; Oxford -strert. London), md areiold 'by all verHr.ts rff Fsfer.t T ?nes throujjhuut "tbe Civi%erl World. ' ''.-;';--- -' "DiTe<-tinn!rfnT nse in almc+i cvrry Iprpu?ge • 'i^-' Purchasers shcitld Ictk io ihe La'e f on ?nl snr! Vare*. Tf irf Trifr' s.itie OR'ZA moIery. :"l ; 207, Rue St. Honore; Paris, vi.- -- T* E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS XJ . ... -— r ,>Lvc'••'.:,:-;vV \ Savon-Oriza (Oriza Sc»p)-r-FromTthe formule of Dr 0. ReveU. The .■best soap for rendering the skin white and soft; • Sweetly and refreshingly scented (rose, green and white). . ■, " ■> Savon-Oriza-Velonte, exquisitely perfumed for the toilet and baths.-; .- Savon-Oriza (Oriza SoapJ-^No. 2,'j«xtra fine, in boxes, 6 cakes.'l 2 exquisite perfumes, No. X. 1.! -.k -'■ '-"i 1-. Oriza-Savon-Licorore, ■ superior r quality, rose tea, white heliotrope and white violet.. .., --.•.;<' .'■:):• Li"'xui'. -m.-Aqua-Oriza—^New toilet water,'refreshing to the skini , „-;:! .:<. ,-i.i.i aloioi-r • Oriza-Hay-r-A . toilefcu twater. with .the perfume otnew mown;ihay. ,-g o>ti 1j Oriza-Aciduline—^Toilet-vinegar, aromatic 1 . and . disinfectant, specially--^ adapted . .1 .fpriaies'ioilete^lj \oaTl\l Oriza-Scotch-Lavendjer—Sprigs of Scotch layendeE flowers; a nch^oile||water. Eau -de - Cologne^-Ojnza ~ The high-life toilet .water... ,„. v^i -^. h mml Oriza-Water—Concentiated and lasting. Extract of superior, Eau-dfij^logne. : Gouttes l -!Orizi*-'t)entif^e.^Ajgi gßjc^act ' for 1 preserving teeth and gums i* - . 'Igooanealth^^^and^'preyentin|^ de§av» Oriza-Dehtaire, in pagfje; or 'pbw^et, *for whitening the teeth without affecting the enamel.' "*-^*- Ess - Oriza - et - Oriza-Lys—Perfuntts 1 lfpi scenting linen^and the handkerchief without staining^" Oriza-Oilr—Variously-perfumed^; £ox rendering the hair soft, and brilliant, and preventing it from faUing,. off. Oriza-Lacte (Oiriza Milk)--Aii emulsive lotion, refreshing tonic to the skin, . removing red spots and preventing ■ wrinkles on the face. t . r<r „ .., |r, Creme Oriza (of Ninon de Lenciosjh—^or producing a b^autiful u)w'hlte oc6in-" plexion with the clearness arid relVetjr softness;of*youth. .>i-j6 ,7 t >\u-,nk;L;.^ ' Orizaline-Colorante dye)—' ~, For instantaneously^dyeing the^-hair . jtp any shade, and with no danger, to health. In boxes,, each with brushes^ comb, prospectus, arid bottle ; 'or ia. boxes^ 'thf H bottle ; only witKoni Rccessorjesi^ni s. -- li.-*--^'.. Ess-Oiiza-Incolora Vloletii' of .sl«n "ry,r( '- . most exquisite perfume*-Ii quite j» nosegay of violets. t Ess-Oriza Suave whit« heliotrope Bou qiiet of the flower ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL. ; Established 1881. , t ;^ "DUPILS of both sexes «# taught the JT: elements of a liberal^educatiori.' vrl Specialsubjects of study may be pursued where circumstances squire-'a-He* parture from the ordinary, school course. Head Master . Mb J.vE. Buchanan. Ist 8.A., ,'^Lopdon),-, , . ■ '■' „ '.uS'-:f' l \r \y J P er\ tef lrt: Pee for pupils over 12 years";-' .-'.'* of age..\l:? r..^" iW..V 3 '0 r Fee for pupils under 12 years : !<' l!; i; 1 of-agrv.. 1/: w. .'t •;;.■>'■ 2-9/•"-Music,(eytra),..j .ti.k''. ii.:: ;l J-lfri; The School year is.divided., into three prms All fees are payable in advance C Thornton Dudley, LAND, ESTATE AND STOCK AGENT 161 Hereford Street, Christchurch I have sums of money to lend on good security at low rate of interest. - Several Farms for Sale. . . . *■:> brw', .'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2443, 17 June 1890

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