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JTUPIIQ JOdOPB. :: • , ;: KEA!D»fO« COUGH LOZENGES j ■ -„-■ : '■■■ --■■ ■ : ". '?* ■ ■ : T^EAIING'S COUGH LOZENGES T^EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES IZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES \< J\ 94, Commercial Road, Peckhun, July 12, 1800 " Dear Sir,—l am a poor hand at expreu* ing lhy feelings on 1 paper,; but ikhould like ' . tothsnkiyou, for yburlonengeahkre done ■ wonders for rme . in- j relievingc my < terriblo ■ cough. Since. I had. toe,(Operation re . , .'Tracheotomy'(the same as thellate Emf peror of Germany, and unlifce him, thank. God I ani mill alive and getting on well) per* formed at St. Bartholomew'! Hospital fo* aduct, or paralysis of the vocal chordi, nona. „; could powsibly have had .a more violent ■, cough, indaed it was no bad at time that i» / quite! exhausted me.: Th^niucnsalso^'which/ ' was-very copious andhan.,ha» been ■oftened and I have ben able to get xid oi it .without difficulty,—l am, sir, yours truly,' „,-</. • ' ■ J. HILL. ','',/ v , , Mr TJ Keating.' : f ■„*-,'"V'^?'-^;.-, '"■-■, v., The above speaks r for itself.^ i>WB j ( itric» inquiry it appears that, thp. benefit from using KeatingV Cough Lb&mges ii under* stated. . The operation -we* ' a .ipecially severe one, and was perforated by the specialist, Dr H. T. Butun,,of.-St. Batfholo* ; mew's .Hospital. Since the operation the only means of'relief is the 1 use of. these Lozenges. So successful are theythat one . affords immediate benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat irritation is in* . tense. Mr Hill kindly allow* any rjrferenoe / to'be mnide to him. :••■■■ • i if EATING'S COUGH LOZENGrS. COUGH LOZENGES. COUGH LOZENGES., K EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. Sold E~eb.ywhkbe.ik Tips../, Proprietor-THOMAS KEATING, London. SUCCESS -fUE BEST TIB • WOPTB ...-.*.. BOLLO WAY'S • -HIB UNIVERSAL mDIOIrti IS ■■*< HOI3BKHOLD nßQmsm BVtBT WHEBB. ■ '■ ' ■-- ■ ,■■ ■ "' •■' ■■ THE PILLS ■*" Purify the.Blood, impart tone tolhV,frc4*o»t system, and act most powerfuUyjnrtsobthingb 'in the ' ,[■».•,::.■ ;» LTVER ;A ND BOWELS; . ■ ••■ °TOm(iXlop, Digsstjon and AjtusUatiof^. an I rndowing the- whole- bodily frame with Strength and Yip'.r. , Kerycui Headaches Tremblings, with. HJaasihtfe and Genera Debility ocickly yield to the potent font o Lhete;well-known Pill*, end th'ty'"ait* a* -ivalleo *n tbeii eftcaev in all j SMALE COMPLAtPTS; RcnnoTinp all skin b!ei»i»her -rimplei.and bolt, Utter th*n any oth* :«ruiJy medicine known. , t ' "THF O7HTME9J.T, I. ■'. .. . has a w,oi?i.i».' JDE.Rijrurrjmcw. 'It fccaiF cTiry k of Sore,! Ulcer .antf > IVornd, i-.ord certainly, than «-iy. other, knptr-i 'nilve. i; Its nVanrellcua.' penetrating" pojrerf" 'emler it invaluable in all . "'' \ • THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, .Trinß Brnnchitu, Qninseyt, and Aatlma, . redncing ' Glandular Lnatps, • doting !aa<t healing Absceif.es tnt Futalas, and' to*. . MlevUtine th;> excrucUtinc tortwrei o( '■''' - - RHEUMATISM,.GOUT, :.:.'.-: ■ And Neuralgu tt is , unsntpaiied. • It act* ' -iii to remove Scurf tnd e?rrv treatr of jjcl l 'iswae. ' , , ''■;,.■■ '■'■'„' The F»!!s 3P(I Om'neiic.are mrnufactvrt '*" :! No.' 8, New Qjr.oi.ii slz'i.ct (late ;533 ' Oxfc'rc! str^»,'l.^<*or) li i:.«'n are foM.'liy HI ■\-en<ior- rf r-«f'nt !I.i».i.j- tHVc.cnT vut 1b ■Mtiilixed Viorld. ■•' ' . . ' " ' Diretfions for hk irt'ft'rprsf tr'Vry l»npu>i« . KS?" Purcbwn nfcenld'Jrek 11 0 tVe T.al* on ard Pnxe*, \{\wt irHr.»» tr i,- <trtf : ORiZi:; OTffIERY;; : , : : 207, -Rue St. Honbre, Paris, ";1 X E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS J_J . ■ .:.',■ ■: v: ( ". Savon-Oriza(OrizaSoapV-rFrom theformule of Dr O. ReveU;v The best soap for rendering the skin white and soft. . . Sweetly and.: refreshingly scented -. (rose, green and ■white). 1 - ' "-"' , Savon-Oriza-Velonte, exquisitely,', per. fumed for the toilet and baths/ Savon-Oriza: (Oriza. Soap)— No. 8j! extra fine,. iii boxes,- ■ 6 c&kesy'l2 tixquisit* - perfumes, .No. 1. ■ ■ ■ : ■' ; ■ "■: QriairSavon-Incoroire,. superior (joality, rose tea", white heliotrope and white . : violet. 1 :'< ■ . ''' •■ ■'» "• t Aqua-Oriza—Newi toilet initar, refreßning ■tc .the skin.'» -: i; r- 'r ~ ■>■>'■ .. Oriza-Hny—A . toilet water (with; l th« pfetf umft of new mown hay: •;'; ; Oriza-Aciduline—Toilefc ▼inegar; aroniatie ' and disinfectant, specially^aflapted' forl&dieß^toilets. ■' ■'-'' : Oriza-Scotoh;i^Teaier^-^prigfllJorScotch lavtodetflpwtm; a'ricKßilet water. Eau -do - Cologne - Ori-* --Tne high:fif« '.: toilqt water/1 ■-' : "■'!-'''■ ':-' ' Oriza-Water—Golio^ntirated^^rtd laijtinff. Extract of supanotiEau^^&lofcii©. Gdutteiit-jOrwv Denkifriee uz\M exto^oi . it.-i ior.preßerping{thei^th; and;'iijttrts:a good, hohjtkwid prev*ntihg decayT' Oriza-Dentaire, -in paste or.powder, for whitening the teeth without affecting the enamel. '' •'" '' ""' Ess - Oriza -et - Oriza-Lys—Perfumes for' ■ sconting linen and -the handkerchief without staining. - Oriza-Oil-KVariously perfnined 1; for rendering the hair soft and brilliant, and ■'. preventing it from falling off. ... Oriza-Lacte (Oriza Milk>—An^iemulßiTe lotion, refreshing tonic to theekin, ' removing red'spots preventinf; wrinkles on the face. ' Creme Oriza (of Ninon de LenciqsV^or <! ■ producing a beautiful 'whiW !com. i >: plexion with the clearness and yerVeity ■ i V. softness of yotith'i ■'' ■ • ■;".")',', 'Orizaline-Colqrante i fthebesfc hair dye)t--For insla.htane(|uiily the hair , • to any. shade, and witk no' danger, fo health. In boxes, ciichwithbruifag, . , :, comb, prospectus,- and bottle i? «» )& boxes, the bottle;'only wfthoufc ""■ '! accessories.-; A ' .' * '"' !; ■"..;, Ess-Oriza-Incolo^e Violate of ' e\; y,',. .;■ most ' exquisite^-^Mftmie^' qnlte; '% nosegay of-viole'tsi- '' Ess-Oriza Suave white "heliotrope Boa quet of the -flower; ■'. .*'''',■. LAND, ESTATE AND STOCK AGKNT 161 Hereford Street, CkrM^hurch .. .' -:: . I have sums; of money^.tb lenc), on good security at low.rate j>f uitercst.' Several Farms for Sale. 1 ' ■ *"' '."' _. '..; . ASHBURTON HIGH SCHOOL: 1,; , ■' ;■ • ■ Established 1881.; t"M '..■ TDUPILB of both i Boxes are. taught the _L elements of a liberal education. .•■ Special, subjects of studyl may' lie 1 putaued where circunistances requizw' a, departure irom the ordinary; school ebursev : Head Mnster'. Mb J. EilßucHAjriw.:V■ • lstß.A., (London), : ' ./ •; ■- ■'■ :■' pert Ana " Fee for pupils over 12 .years " ' ' of age ... • .■..." ...'■ £aS :0 Fee for pupils under 12 years ' ;,'.,;'■ •of atjp ... > ..". ■■.'.■, i: (2 .'2" I 0; 1 ■' Music (e?tra)^. " ... w l l'TOf The School year is divided into three . •>rms All fees are payableJh advanbe- r ;;

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2447, 21 June 1890

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