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Public Notices . TZEADfrG'S COJTJGH LOZENGES IS. r/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES T7 EATING'S COt rGH LOZENGES XZ EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, July 12, 1890 " Dear Sir, —I am a poor hand at expressing my feelings on paper, but I shottlS like to thank you, for your lozenges have done wonders for me in relieving my terriblo cough. Since I had the operation se • 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 chords^ none could pbssibly have had a niore violent cough, indeedit 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* difficulty,—-I am, sir, yours truly, J. HILL. Mr T. Keating. Medical Note. The above speaks for itself. From strict inquiry it appears that the benefit from using Keating s Cough Lozenges is understated. The operation was a specially severe one,' and was performed oy 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. 30 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. M I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGriS I/EATING'S COUGri LOZENGES* j/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. Sold E"ERYWHiitE in Tttra. Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING, London. SUOOEEIS THS BEST TBS WOBTB HOLLOWAT'B PILLS & _OIHTMENT. ffiHIS UNIVERSAL MBDIOINB I? i HOE BEHOLD nEQUISITK B7EBY WHBRB. THE PILLB Purity the Blood, impart tone to the Nertov* eystero, and atst mo3t powerfully yet iootiu'ngl} on the LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Assimilation, »nl endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and vij». r, Nervous Hcadachcf TrenoWiugs, witb. Lassitude aad Getters Debility quickly field to the potent orce r thes>s well-known PUls, and " Jrhey are r.n rivalled 'O their efficsicv in all i SMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, sk/n bleipuhes pimpJes and boils, better than 11J7 othfamily medicine kso^n. THE OINTMENT WAS A WORLD. IDE REPUTATION. It heal? every k of Sore, Ulcer kni> Wound, mors certsinly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating power* render it irmiluable iv all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing; Bronchitis, Quirtseys, nod Aitbrn&, reducing; Glantlßlar Lumps,: doing ano healing Abscessc-* am Fistulas, and foi alleviating tlv» excruciatinc tortures n* RHEUMATISM, GOUT, Ani NeuraL^u it is unsuspasied. It nr »c fails to removs Scur* sad evsrv species oVikl disease, . .;.-.. The Pills and OintmenT are ttianuf^ctttre *t No. 8, New Oxford! street (Jate 533 Oxford street, London), and are gold by s*ll vendors of Patent Linss (hrpupho'it th Civilize'! VVorltl. , Directioiiii for use in,,aLs>ost evtry l»a?ui^c WT Purchasers ?r-<wld Joqls to the Labe 01 ?bt and Fos«. ' If i«c a{i4r*s» and s'r ~ mm pmfumee 207, Rue Sfc. Horibrei Paris, T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCES J^ .• • . „^_, , < ; i .».:: ... ; Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)—FrOni the formule of Dr O. Revdl. The best gbap for rendering the skin white An& sbft. Sweetly arid „Pefr6sliingly scented (rose^ green and Whit 6); ! - ' ■ 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-Incororej superior quality rose tea, white heliotrope and white violet. . Aqua-Oriza—New toilet water, refreshing to the skin. : • Oriza-Hay—A toilet , watef' with the perfume of new mown hay; Oriza-Aciduline—Toilet vinegar, aromatic and disinfectant, specially adapted for ladies'toilets. , Oriza-Scotch-Lavender-^Sprigs of Scotch 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 arid 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 'gendering the hair soft arid 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 Oriza (of Ninon de Lencios) —For producing a beautiful white complexion with the clearness and velvety softness of youth. Orizaline-Cplorante (the best hair dye)— For instantaneously dyeing the. hair to any shade, and with no danger to health. In boxes, each with brushes comb, prospectus, and bottle ; or in boxes,, the bottle only withott accessories. . Ess-Oriza-Incolore Violefcte of ..e, y, most exquisite perfume,, quite a nosegay of violets,. ..« .., Ess-Oriza Suave white heliotrope Bou quet of the flower ."'),' GRATEFUL—COMirORTINa EPPS'S COCOA BREAKFAST. . , , BY a tboiovgh knowlrd|je of the nutuaa laws which govern the operations o digestion and nutrition, and by a carefa application of the fine properties of. Wei selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided ou breakfast table? with a delicately* flavoure beverage which may save cs many he'av doctor's bill?. It is by the judicious tse much articles o! diet that * constitution m ■b; built up until strong enough t resist eve endehcy to disease 1 Hundreds f sub alodies are floating around us ready to attac wherever there is a weak point. We ma escape many a fatal shaft by. keeping ourselve well satisfied with good food and a piopery ncuriinerod frame.—An article in the Civ Service Gav.'.tt Made simply with boiling watero ■ milk Sold in J-lb pacikats by Qtooen,iabelled thn»— JA£ K8 EPPR ',& CO. HOMCEPATIO OO&MIST, T.i »N DON. BNOIfA^D

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2466, 16 July 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2466, 16 July 1890

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