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Public Mottoes. , I>BAT)WG IS COUGH LOZENGB T> EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES TZEATING'S COUGE LOZENGES IZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES JtS. . 94. Commercial Rood, Peckham, July 12, 1800 " Dear Sir,—l am a poor band 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.r terrible) cough. Since -I • had, the. operation-of 1 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 .possibly have had. a more violent cough, indecent was so bad., at time that it .- quite exhausted me. The mucus also, -which.' was .very, copious and hard, hae been softened and I have been able to get rid of it'without difficulty,—l am, air, yours truly, „T "•' ' J.'HILL. ' ■■/ : - Mr T. Keating.; "^ <''■;' .-"'"'" _'' : '• Medical Notk.' 7/The above speaks for itaelli^rom strict inquiry it appears that' the :beriefit from using Keating s Cough; Lozenges is under* stated, i The operation was » f «peciaUf i severe - one,, and • was -performed ■ ■ Dy.. the specialist, Dr H. T. Butlm, of St. liartholo. mew's. Hospital Since the operation the only means of relief la the use of these Lozenges. So successful are they that on* - affords immediate benefit, although from the nature of thercase the throat irritation is In*' tense. Mr Hill kindly allows any nifrmiim to be made to him. ' ' ■ ■' ■ iV '■' I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENOaai; I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES.. •,-.. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. '■.:■ |#EATING'S COUGH LOZENOB& Sold E-erywheeb ik Thrs. i( Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, London. fciUOCJEBS 188 BEST TKB woßia ; HOLLOWAI'B PILLS tiMOBt rrais universal MBDioms is 1; HOUSEHOLD nSQUISTTI IYIBT ' THE PILLS Purify the Blood, impart ton* to the Nervoeii lystem, and act most powerfaUy yet soothingly on the LIVER APD BOWELS', .. . Promoting Digestioci and Asdnilstioß. ul endowing the whole "bodily fr&gbe wkr Strength and .Tiger.* KenrOds/'Heada^bes'' Tremblings, with Lscitnde and Genera" Debility qcickly yield torthe potent fore* :6 these well-known Pilla, and they aic iV: rivalled ;u their efficacy in all ' >■■'■ ■ . x EMAIE CSMPLAJFTS, . - j Removing sil obstroctions, -. »kfn bleciahei ■ pimples and boils, better. th».n an* dtbr.fajnny medicine known. ■- ,■■ ; - TT?E OI^TMEKT. " ' HAS A--WQRLIV IDE It heal? mn'k ( ' of'"Sore, 'lU.leer-"**? 1 : Wo«nf] f more certainly thj>B any other knowt ' <?alve. Its roarvellous 1 penatratiiiff .power* render If invaluable vaaV i; THROAT AJ?D CHEST DISEASES ;<!l Curijng Brcnchitii, Quinieys, tinrl Arthur . »cdocing Glandular Lumps, cloung me Absccsrei an: Fistuias, .and fo» t -.litvii-tinp th> excruciating torture* qJ , y RHErMATISM, GOUT,.. A.vl Kcura!j;,» .t is ursmpajwd. It new 'ai's to rs-n ov Fr.vrf srtJ cver^ species of ski Hisetse. ■ / . i TbePiJlsßr^ OirifrrieDr arc nmnuinctnre int No;- 8, Kew O)c"'ar«3 street flafe W'' ■Oxford street.' I^ndonV, nnd ?re ?old :by all' venoms c{ Patect lines ' ifarßclmnt tf Civili?.ed World. : rDirection* for uscinafrros* •"v«ry larpi>,- X ; Purchasers sho-.ilcUook (o the T abr ' ■ •T. ; v>t anH Poree. Jf mt s^Hr-»M ; r -" ttr r , ORiZA PERFUMERY. 207,, Rue St. Honore, Paris, "I" E GRAND'S SPECLiL PRQDUCTO Savon-Oriza(Oriza Soap)—Frpni; the for- / mule of Dr 0. ReveU. The best soap for rendering the skin white and soft.. Sweetly and refreshingly scented • (rose, greon and white).-; sL ..: ;Vl ' Savon-Oriza-Velon,te, exquisitely rper*;? fumed for the toilet and baths. L k ;. Savon-Oriza (Otiza SoapV— No., 2, extm fine, in boxes, 6 cakes. 12 exquiaitt perfu/nes, No. 1. J ■'.;. ;: ■. }^'-, : , i Oriza-Savon-Licorore, superior ,;.qnftli<y,i rose tea, white heliotrope and , whit* : violet., ; , ,/'->..- •?. •■ = Aqua-Oriza—New. toilet, waterj'refreshinf ? to the skin. ,f; , , r >,' Oriza-Hay-r-A . toiletjjwaterio.witiii Mit; perfume of newmow^jhay,:; } ■:,.: ;,,, m Oriza-Aciduline-- T Tpilejb Tinegaf, aromatJ* t / and disinfectant^ gpeoMly^iaptfed for ladies' fcoilefca. n .^ „',-J '>.->■ '[■)<:■ ,- Oriza-ScotcH-LaT)»n4e>)^rSprigauDf Soofccilf lavenderfjowere; a ncht toilet waters; Eau - de - Cologne f.Qriza -r-^ih*!: higftlife ,'. k toilet-water^ „i '„ -„ f •.•• ■,'[■, <■* \hth:'A Orka-^atei—Concent,rjite4 * and j lasting, 'j. ■ Extract of superior Eau-rde-Golo^S'] Gouttes-,Oriza-Dentifnoer ? r--Anjexteacf! for preserving the t*<&th and gflma ;!■ I good health and ; preventingidWjfAinh Oriza-Dentaire, in paste otrpomdtifttoi : whitening.die teeth without aifoollig, the enamel. ; . - *<'. 1 yulinh' Ess - Oriza - et - Oriza-Lys—Perftirfte§'jfes)' scenting linen and the handke*enl«f" without staining: .' ■' .■ v ; Oriza-Oil—Variously perfumed f for .*»• ' deririg the hair soft andbrilliant,*tJi 0 preventing it from falling off; ■ :'" • Oriza-Lacte (Oriza Mflk>^An emtfldrt f .lotion, refreshing tonic to the skin, ' removing red 6pots and prerehtdiif ■ ■ ' wrinklos on the faco. ' " ' Creme Oriai (of Ninon do Lencion>«-Fof. producing a beautiful.: white'coin-,-' plosion wilh tho clearncflß ftiid Telrety ; softiicss of youth. ■'- ■ ••- i- >' Orizah'ne-Colorahte (tho best hajr dyeV-; For instantaneously dyeing .tii* 1 half : to Any shade, and with no dafige* to J health. In boxos, each with brushes, -' comb, prospectus, and bottle; or ij \ boxes, the botrJe- only withotil Mcessories; ■■ ■ .; '.' ' . Esa-Oriza-Incolore Vlolette of • y t "; most exquisite perfume, 1 quite *V.' nosegay of viole'te." '■.■■'■'•■ ■••" \-'<'-' '■ ■■ -' Ess-Oriza Suavo white 1 hello trbjie-lSior* quob of tho flower" * ■•' -:" '■' ■■••■-■"■•- ": • C. Thornton Dudley LAND, ESTATE AND STOCK £fyAai'£ ■■ 161 Hereford Street, Christchurfih ?I. £UoV-: I have sumß of money' to: lend *n-flo:rf - security at low rate of interest. • Several Farms for Sale. . ■ ■■■ -I* . !v. . ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL; ' " Established 1881.1 TD^PUjS of both sexes are taught the ' _L elements of a liberal education.; '.: Special subjects of study may be- purauca where circumstonces require, a-de; parlure from the ordinary fichool course. Head Master. Mr J. ip* Buosa^av. . Ist 8.A., (London), . . •per term'• Fee for pupils over 12 years : "> of age £3 3 0 Fee for pupils under 12 years of age . M 2 2 0 Mnsio roxtra)... ; 11 o!.' Tlie School year is divided .Into three prma All fees are payable fa advance^ ■,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2446, 20 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2446, 20 June 1890

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