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Public Notices t^eadws cough "wmmm? J7 EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES Tf EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES T7 EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, -. : July 12,. \m "Dear Sir,—l am a poor haud at expressing my feelings on paper, but I should like to thank you, for your lozenges have done wonders forme in reUevmg my :terriblo cough. Since I had the operation re 5 Tracheotomy'(the same as the late Emf peror of Germany, and unlike him, thank God I am still alive and getting on well) performed at St. Bartholomew's Hospital foaduct, or paralysis of the vocal chordß^nons 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 and I have been able to getrid of it without difficulty,—l am, sir, yours truly, J. HILL. Mr T. Keating. Medical Not*. The above speaks for itself. Frbm stric% inquiry it appears that the benefit from I using Keating^ Cough Lozenges is Understated. The operation was ft Bpecially severe one, and was performed r>y; the specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Since the operation the only means of relief is the use of these Lozenges. •% successful are they that one affords immedi te benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat irritation is in-' tense. Mr Hill kindly allows any reference to be made to him. BEATING'S COUGH LOZENGfIS I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. U EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. Sold Everywhere in Tins. Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, London. BOOCJESS THE BEST TBS WOtTfi HOLLOWAY'B PILLS <&_OINTUp iRKIS UNIVERSAL MEDIOINB IS ' HOUSEHOLD oEQUISITB BTBBT WHEBE, THE FILLS Purify th- Blood, impart tone to the Nervona ;ystem, and act most powerfully yet soothingly 5n the LIVER AKD BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and j Assimilation, an I endowing the whole bodily frame wifcr Strength an<] Tif»cr. Nervous Headache!, TrcoibKrujs, with Lassitude and Genera Debility o'-'ickly yield to the potent force o thess well-known Pills, and " they 'are an rivalled 'n-thftii efficacy iti all ! ' i !2MALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, sk»'n hletrfcriei yimples and boils, better than any otbo ?avrsily medicine known. THE OINTMENT aAS A WOWLTt. THE RF.rUTATiON. It hf:?.l(« every k nf Sore, Ulcer and Wound,«jmora certainly than any other known ;alve. !ta marvellous penetrating power* renter it invaluable in all . THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys,, an:l Atthnsa, > educing GTanduinr Lumps, doting and Sealing Abscesses ao: Fistulas, and lot ;lleviatJnrr the« excruciating tortures o! KIIEn.MATISM/GOUT. ■-\ni >Teural«- tl is unsugpassed. It ne»« ash to rstxiovr «curf and svwv species of 4ri .-.iseise, • ■ • ' \ The Filh ami Osritm<ni are manutsctßrt it No. 8, New Oxford street (late $p Oxford street, Loivinn), aod are raid by Vtl vendors o-' Pater.i Lines 1 shioughu'Jt th Jivilizeri Worli. Directions 'or use in almost iev?ry. language %t^ Purchasers shO"ld look to : the, Labe ox 'sr>(sr>( arr? Hos:es. If me aiMr-w aDf? str ORIZA PMFUMERY, 207, Rue St.■ Honore, Paris, "f E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)— From the formule of Dr O. Revell. The best soap for rendering the skin wliite and soft. Sweetly and refreshingly scented (rose, greon and white). Savon-Oriza-Velonte, exquisitely perfumed for the toilet and baths. Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)— No. 2, extra fine, in boxes, 6 cakes. 12 exquisite perfumes, No. 1. Oriza-Savon-Incorore, superior quality, rose tea, white heliotrope and whit* violet. Aqua-Oriza—New toilet water, refreshing to the skin. Oriza-Hay—A toilet water with -the perfume of new mown hay. Oriza-Aciduline —Toilet vinegar, aromatic and disinfectant, specially adapted for ladies' toilets. Oriza-Scotch-Lavender:—Sprigs of Scotck lavender flowers ; a rich toilet water. Eau -de - Cologne - Oriza — The high-life toilet water. Oriza-Water—Concentrated and lasting. Extract of superior Eau-de-Cologne. Gouttes - Oriza- Dentifrice—An extract for preserving the teeth and gums in good health and preventing decay. Oriza-Dentaire, in paste or powder, for whitening the teeth without affecting the enamel. Ess - Oriza - et - Oriza-Lys—Perfumes for scenting linen and the handkerchief without staining. Oriza-Oil—Variously perfumed ; for rendering the hair soft and brilliant, and preventing it from falling off. Oriza-Lacte (Oriza Milk)—An emulsive | lotion, refreshing tonic to the skin, removing red spots and preventing wrinkles on the face. Creme Oriaa (of Ninon de Lencios) - -For producing a beautiful white complexion with the clearness and velvety softness of youth. Orizaline-Colorante (the best hair dye)— For instantaneously dyeing the hair to any shade, and with no danger to health. In boxes, each with brushed comb, prospectus, and bottle ; or in boxes, the bottle only withou accessories. Ess-Oriza-Incolore Violette of. c y, most exquisite perfume, quite a nosegay of violets. Ess-Oriza Suave white heliotrope Bon quet of the flower "grateful—"comforting. EPPS'f COCOA BREAKFAST. BY a ilcjoirph kr.owlrrlfe of the nutuaa laws which govern tlie operations o digestion and nutrition, ai-.d by a carefu application of the fine properties of wel selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided ou breakfast table? with a delicately flavoure beverage which may j^tc .s many heav doctoj's bill?. It is Ly the judicious u.*e much articles ol iliei.thaLa constitution m b.^ built up until strong enough t icist e*e emlency io dfcen^c " Hundreds 1 sub alndies are floating srtund usready to attac wherever there is a .weak point. We ma escape many a fata! shaft by keeping ouiselve well satined-with gi od 'ood'apd a piopery ncur'snerod rrame.—An article in the Civ Sttvice Gazctt MadesJmply with boiling watero - milk Sold in i-Ib puciets by Orcaern.kbcllad thne— JAfe F8 EFPH & CO, HO M CEP AT J 0 C H b.V. 5 'r'T, U»^now. .ENGLAND

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2461, 8 July 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2461, 8 July 1890

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