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TZEATjaG'S COUGH LOZENGES IZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES TT'EATING'S POUGH LOZENGES TZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES 94, Commercial Eoad^ Peckham, > July 12, 1890 " Dear Sir,—l 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 m relieving my temblo cotigh. Since I had the operation re ' Tracheotomy'(the same as th£ late Emf peror of Germany, and unlike him, thank God lam still alive and getting on M rell) performed at St. Bartholomew's .Hospital foaduct, or paralysis of the vocal chords, none could possibly have had' a more violent cotigh, indeed it was so bad "at' -time that it 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 I difficulty,—l am, sir, yours truly, ■ J. HILL. MrT. Keating. Medical Note. The above speaks fcr itself. From strict inquiry it appears tha£ the benefit from using Keating^ Cough Lozenges is under* stated. The operation was a specially severe one, and was performed by the specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Since the operation the only means of relief is the' user of these Lozenges. So successful are they that one affords immediate benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat irritation is intense. Mr Hill kindly allows any reference to be made to him. l/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGtfS I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES BEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. Sold Everywhere m Tins. Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, London. SOOCJEBS THB BEST TBB 4 WOETB BOLLOWAT'S PILLS & JffltHW. HHBIB UNIVERSAL MEDICINE Ifl * HOUSEHOLD aEQUISITE EVSBY WHEBB. THE PILLS PuriJy the Blood," impart tone to the Nervoiu ;y»te*j, tad act most powerfully yet soothingly jb the LTVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digcition and Assimilation, an I ncloWing 'the whole bodily f?am«! wit!Strength ufcTlvigt-r.' kWvctiji ileadacheg Tremblings, with Lawitude and Genera Debility quickly yieH to the potent 'orce o there well-known Pills, and are nn rivalled theit efficacy m all i'3MALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obttrwcliom, sk'n bleiriybea Dimples and boils, better th^D aty orhe* Jamily rnedicinr known, t THE OItfTMFST HAS A WORLD- m£ fIKJWATION. It htalu every k of Sdfe, Ulcer and Wounri, mora certainly th?.n any other known salve. its marvellous penetrating powerf render it invaluable m all THROAT AND CHESt DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis,-QninseyV anrl Asthma, reducing Gtoadulnr Lumps, dosing and healing Absosssti nru Fistulas, and *o» th» exemciating tortures of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, <vnd Neutalg'"- »t is unßKspsssed... 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We' nm escape many a fatal shaft by keeping onrielve well satisfied with good food and a pioperly [ ncur'snerod irame.—Ap article Jn. Chi Sttvia'G&xeitt \ Made simply with bDillng watero - milk 3old la J-lb pacli9ts by (iroiiersAabonoi thn*~" JA£ Ivß E^PS & CO.. : HOMCEPATIOCHIiiIWrST,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2455, 1 July 1890

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