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K EATING'S'COUGH LOZENGES ; : ; ■ t^eating's cough lozenxses f! : .[ tteating's cough;.jwzenges., , ;. K EATING'S COUGH I^ZEJIgMJ] . ■'..■; ...■■ • ■ir>'i" 9-t, Commercial Road, Peckharn, „ ; July 1^.1890 " Dear Sir,—l am a poor .liana at express* mc my feelings on paper, but,lshould;like to thank you, for" your .lozengeaitay^done wonders for me in .relieving my terrible . cough. Since,. I had ,tbe.j operationi of ' Tracheotomy' (the same^aa the late Emperor o' Germany, and* Unlike him, thank God 1 1 m still alive and getting on well) performed at. St. Bartholomew's! Hospital for aduct, or paralysis of the vocal chords, none could possibly have had ..a-more-violent cough, indeed it was so bad at time that it ■ quite exhausted me. The mucus also, which , was very copious and hard, has been softened aiul i have been able to get- rid without diff^ulty,—l am, air, youjs truly,'; ( |..., 1 ' J.'HlLIi. . , MrT. Keating. ; ' ".' ;":( 1"1 i .> # , Medical Notk.- • "■''■/ 1 'he above speaks for ittelf. ' Fran -strict . inquiry it appears that the ; benefit from usijjg Keating*a Cough Lozenges is ondereta.ed. The operation^ was %'■ specially sev-ire one,- and was .performed^ Dy-;,the specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St. jßarifcolo-mew's-Hospital.,< Since,the. operation the only means of relief is the use. ; pi, .these lozenges. So successful are they that one : affords immediate benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat irritationjjs in<jnse. Mr Hill kindly.allows any reference :o be made to him; :'. ''!''" 'EATING'S COUGH - LOZENGiiS. * COUGH LOZENGE& FEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. - rEATING'SCOUGHLOZE^GES. Sold &t»ywhlere re Tnts., -„ Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, London. feUOUKBS ' THE BEST ''Tiß'"!' ' ' .. < ''WOETIJ 1 , r; ' "„. HOLLOWAT'R ' '' PILLS &/OlKTlHaf. riIHIS UNIVERSAL MEDIOm« If! ,WHEBE..! .. ■■■•■■ •"',.r.H'-:-'»^ ■ ■ . . , . THB PILLS ;c •■■■■''■< Ptiriff tht ; Blood, inoi>artton*,tO thittertou •yitem, and act most powefillj jcttdotldttffl) on the . . ' ...,...', r ■;.,.,- ■.!" LTVER AMD BOWELS, ',•. . Promotfng Digettton and AuiisiUUoa,.,^! . 'the whole ..bodily taupe,, wftt StTenfith and yfger. Mervbvi HeMAwchet, Tremblings, - with . Lassitude ud ,' (feoera . Debility qtickly yield to the' potent foi« o tbe»e welkknowa Fllli, «ad rUiey '*rt^pD- . riysllco in their dßdor'toiU''; ;: ! , iEMALE GOMPLAIWTS; ' Retnotfngall obftracUonjj; ikhl blenr.Mci . pimples And hoilf, brttcrf thr.o- v-j o^b« j i»mily medicine Vcown. . . • . ■.-■' r T THE OIKTMENT'.- r lIAS A" .WORLD., IJDE REPUTATION. ' It bf?M- every k' of Sore, Ulcer, .Mid ) Wound, nrior;: certainly than, any, other knpir» t salve. Jts 'marvellous pcnrtritingV.-powerf y render it inv«.!ui>ble in'a'l, ' " ',' i ■ ' : THROAT AND'GHEST DISEASES; Caring' Bronchitu; Qninseyf,' and 'AtttM* reducing ' Glandular Laapc, r ckkmg!. and heaUng Abscessei «nt FistoUt, and rot , alleriatinjj th» excruciating tortwet of ' RHETTMATISM, GOUT r And Neuralgu A is^unsupueed. Itntve 'aiia to remore Scurf snd erery tpeciei o/iki f3isesse. , . ■ , ' -:' .-■ -; 3 The Fills and Cintmect are - manvtadart I rt $<*- 8, New Oxford, street (late 533 J Os.(crd street. London), sod are told by all 1 vep-ioiT of 3'aterif .Lirai ihfbnghbut, Ult 3 Civiiizeil V.'ct-M."' . '' „' i\, j j PirecMorsfo use >n s'most <vrry'laß^n>£e 4 W . Purchasers shcvlii lock to!.tb«.' La:> c ' on v>ot ir.d liorw. If ir.e s«!''T«ii» ?ii ■» tfVr« > ar»" i'"l' '"" "'••"• t' »t' •'•'"•'• , ■ '" : OEJZA ffiREOMERY. ... 207, Rue St. Honore, Paris, '' "' T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS j ±j s Savon-Orizft.(Oriza Spap)-^Frpm the forB mule of Dr 0. Revell.' The best soap for rendering the skin .white, and soft. ■ Sweetly ; and- Refreshingly scented (rose, greon and white). Savon-Oriza-Velonte, exquisitely per* fumed for, the toilet and baths..!, ' Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)— No.. 2, extra tine, in boxes,. 6.cakes. 12exquisite 3 ' perfumes, No. 1.,,:- .. --:,,... s Oriza-Savon-Incorore,. superior, quality, 1 rose tea, white heliotrope and iwhit« .violet. . [.•• p i 1- .■"■«! ' Aqua-Oriza—New toilet ,water, rTefroelJnf t to the skin. •.,- . „• ■-'!. •- Oriza-Hay—A, toilet, water : with the ) perfume of hay.. ,-.'' Oriza-Acidulino^Toilet: vinegar, aromatic and disinfectant, specially ■ odaptdd for ladies' toileta. ■ ; ■ ■ ■ . : Oriza-Scottih-Lftvundor-rSprigs of Scotoh * lavehiler flowers.; a rich toilet water. . Eaaf o de iT p^o^ft^pj^ wrr T / bejihi^htUf« toilet waten •:. • ..'■'■'*•* >'wAh OrizK-Water- -Concentratotl and :lssting. 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OriTnlino-Coloriinly (the bcsl hair dye>r- ; For iiiircLiiJJiiKiouKly dyeiiig the hair ?[ i<> any -limlc mid with no danger to "i licjilrji. In Iwaos, each *ith brushes, b! comb, j)ros£M!ctuti, und botdo ; or in c Ih)xos, ihu bottle only *ithoat l! accessories. ■•■'.. q Ess-Oriza-Incolor« Violofctoof •■' y, most exquisite perfume, quite » ,< . . nosegay of violet* ■-«•'---«*■ ' "":■*< ' Ess-Oriza Suave whit* heliotrope Bon s- quet.ofthe flower^ T ,,, ; .,, , |-. - ' -r

ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL. Established 1881. TDUPILS of both sexes are taught the JT elements of a liberal education. Special subjects of study* niay lie {pursued. where. circumstances ■ require a - de* par tare from the ordinary school course. Head. Master -. Mr J. E. Buchanan. Ist B.A:, (London), per term Fee for pupils over 12 years; •,*■ of ago ... • t £& 3 P Fee for pupils under 12 years • cu>t of agr ...;. . .'.. ... 2 9 Music (extra)... . i.s ■ ...! "1 1 The, School year is,-divided into three untis' ' Allfeea are payable' iriadvaace C. Tliornton I>uclley, LAND, ESTATE AND STOCK AGENT 161 Hereford Street, Chri»tchuroh I have Bums of money to lend oirgpod security at low.; rate of interest Sevlral Farms for Sale. • j -„■-. ■• ■ -.--

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2444, 18 June 1890

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