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Public Notices tSSSiifcOtmHTOZENGES TZEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES J\ , ■ <■■ ■ • , „ ■ '■■ |7BATING'S COUGH LOZENGES T^EATING'S COUGH LOZEtfGES 94, Commercial Road, Peckham, '■#' July 12, 1890 " Dear Sir, —I 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 terriblo cough. Since I had the operation re ' Tracheotomy'(the same as the late Emf perorof Germany, and unlike Mm, 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 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 get rid of it without difficulty,—l am, sir, yours truly, ■ ■ J. HILL. MrT. Keating. : : Medical Note. The above speaks for itself. From strict inquiry it appears that the benefit from using Keating's Cough Lozenges is under stated. The operation was a specially severe one, and was performed oy th« specialist, Dr H. T. Butlin, of St. Bartholomew's Hospital ' Since the operation the only means of relief is the use of thaw Lozenges. -9c successful are they that one affords immedi* te benefit, although from the nature of the case the throat irritation ia intense. Mr Hill kindly allows any reference to be made to him. BEATING'S COUGH LOZENGKS I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. BEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES I/EATING'S COUGH LOZENGES. Sold Everywhere iff Tins. Proprietor—THOMAS KEATING London. SUOQEBB IKB BBBT TBS WOBTB HOLLOWAT'S PILLS & JJINTMENT. 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Its marvellous penetrating' powert render it invaluable m all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis, Quinsey*. and Aitthiaa, rzdv.dn^ Glandular Lumps, ' closing ano healing Absc*asse<! an: Fistulas; and Joi alleviating th<» excruciat .shjj tori ares of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuir.lg>o. «l is unsuspassed. it neve 'ails to remove'Scur? *nd every species of ski iiseirse, - . The Pills and Oint.jn.jat aye aianulacture .-.t No. S> New OrJord street (late 533 Oxford street, J.,o?irlouj, a»<3 ?rt: soJ.l hy alj vendors of Psiteut Lines '.hrouchjut th Civilized World, Directions for use m almost kn^uace '"'»£* Furci:*sers should, look fo the Lab* 01 ?ot and Uo.xcs. If me acMr-ss a»r? k't n re not /"> '■h'nj '.T(» ur>nrjOW« OSIZA PERFUMERY. 207, Rue St. Honore, Paris, T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS J_j Savon-Oriza (Oriza Soap)— From the formule of Dr 0. Revell. The best soap for rendering the skin white and soft. 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BY a thotough knowledge of the nutuaa laws which govern the operations o digestion and nutrition, and by a carefu application of the fine properties of wel selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided ou breakfast tables' with a delicately flavoure beverpge which may save r."i many heav doctor's bills. It is by the judicious use much articles oi diet that a constitution m b- built up until strong enough t resist eve endency to disease* Hundreds A sub alndies 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 gcod food and a pioperly ncurisfterod trame.-—An article m the Cw Stt vice Gazeut Martesimply with, boiling watero»milk 8-sM m J-lb TWjSwta by G73cnr*,labaHed fchns— JA# F.B ~®??& & 00., HOM(EPATJO OHftMIST, T,OF?Xm';;;,KNfIbAKP.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2476, 28 July 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2476, 28 July 1890