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We clip the following important testimo fetal {torn the " IhWarra Mercury " (N. S. W. of the 30th March. It needs no comment:— ■ "Mr John Loveday, of the Bulli Mountain, writes to us that after suffering for four years with acute'gravel, he has experienced almost complete relief by using Sander and Sons' Eucalyptic Extract. He says:—" Seeing the said Extract advertised m the ' Illawarra Mercury,' his intense suffering him to obtain a bottle of the medicine from Mr Hosking, chemist, of this town, and that the use of it gave him great relief at once. He states that between 10th March inst., when he obtained the first bottle of the extract, and the 19th, the use of that medicine continued to afford him relief, to which he had been a stranger for four years. Mr Loveday writes also that he has found the Eucalypti Extract •* cure for rheumatism as well as gravel. He requests us to publish this information through the' Mercury.' We have much pleasure m complying with Mr Loveday's request, whose word cannot be doubted, and who can have no object m view other than a pure desire to benefit suffering humanity. " —(Advt.) 2 Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — Oough3, Influenza. —The soothing properties of these medicaments , render them well worthy of trial m all diseases of the respiratory organs. In common colds and influenza the pills, taken internally, and the ointment rubbed .over the chest and throat, are exceeding efficacious. When influenza, is epidemic this treatment is the easiest, Bafesfc, and surest. Holloway's Pills purify the bloorl, remove all obstacles to its free circulation through the lungs, relieve the overgorged air tubes, and render respiration free, without reducing the strength, irritating the nerves, or depressing the spirits; sush are the ready means of escaping from Buffering when afflicted with colds, coughs, 'bronchitis, and other chest complaints, by wlrich the health of so many is seriously andpermanently injured m most.countries. r

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2561, 4 November 1890

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Ashburton Guardian Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2561, 4 November 1890

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