REMINGTON. 1‘ I DRUGGIST AND CONSULTING CHEMIST, ' TAURANGA. * MAY be consulted by letter or otherwise, and i n $ cases of secresy strict confidence ui»y be in Lis discretion and attention. All communieatj 05j requiring advice should be accompanied with a note; and as quickly as possible suitable medico shall be forwarded to that value with needful ia&i riJf . t. ions. DRUGS and MEDICINES of every desoriptiea kept in Stock. POMADES and PERFUMERY made on premises, first quality. PRESCRIPTIONS prepared accurately. Twenty years experience in the business in && class houses. East and West end of London. ** Honourable Mention ” Paris Exhibition, l8f?T. EDICO-BOTaNIC DISPENSARY H. BRITTAIN, Chemist, Dbtjgqisx, and Mejdicat. Hebbaxist, 65, Victoria-street, corner of Chapel-street. Sole Agent for Dr. Coffin’s Composition Stomach, Bitters, Anti-Spasmodic, Diuretic, and Ferns!* Restorative Powders, Indian Pills, &c., &c, A Fresh Supply of BRITISH AND AMERICA’? HERBS. Proprietor of the far-famed WORM which are acknowledged to be the most marvcliat» and effectual remedy ever known. *#* A few copies of Dr. Coffin’s Guide to Heatb and Treatise on Midwifery on Sale.
OLIO WAY’S O I N T M E A rQout, Rheumatism, Sfc. —A cure of these complaints, is -within the reach of the most humble, by fomecsk-g the affected part with warm salt and water, and tubbing in Holloway’s Ointment twice a day. Thousands' hare been cured who loosed upon Gout and Khectnatistn as incurable. The same treatment should, beemployed for the dispersion of cbaik stones, and all painful enlargements or stiffness of the joints ; in sunk cases the Pills should be taken according to the printed directions. JSad legs, Sfc. —The cure of ulcers has won fsr Holloway’s Ointment an imperishable this healing Ointment will restore any case however bad to soundness. Many bad legs arise from iotpsudenoe, happening several years before and almost forgotten ; if, then, there be any doubt as to ibeorigin of the gores, the patient should read carefully what is written on secondary symptoms in the book of directions, as those sores never heal soundly aahl. the system has undergone a thorough coutse-of. Holloway’s purifying Pills. Coughs, c^'c. —Any of the above ailments may-.-bB quickly cured if the Ointment be well and effectually tubbed into the neck and chest twice a day, leaving the parts constantly covered with a rag spread with the preparation; if this treatment be adopted promptly, it will effectually stop the most alarming symptoms. It be evident that an outward application applied to the seat of tho disorder must be more effectual than any that can be taken by the mouth. Holloway's Pills should be used accordingjO’ the directions in order to subdue irritation, inflammation, or fever. Dropsy —-This fearful disease often makes- itsappearance between the ages of 40 and 50, and 'megbt generally be prevented by attending regularly to the proper action of the liver and stomach : these organs* at this time of life, have a great tendency to derangements, when asthma, dropsy, or disease of the heart often sets in. The blood requires frequent eliminations which at the turning point of life always occur. This dangerous period should be closely watched? two doses a week of about six Pills will ward offllall. dangerous diseases. But in all cases of dropsy the Ointment is a wonderful and sovereign retnedv„and. must be effectually rubbed twice a day into- the suffering parts. Youthful Indiscretion. —How many poor wstaeo suffer from the indiscretion of husbands—which results in bad legs, swellings, loss of health, and rheumatism, as they suppose, although it is nothing of the kind, but the effect of a certain disease taking hold of tbs system. No ordinary medicine can cure them, because the disease has sunk deeply into their oonSt l t - U t l ° llj Children often have sores, and bad heads, which do not heal, for the reason that contamination occurred before their birth. Let all who may suffer from such cause/ have recourse tc the purifying and healing properties of these wonderful Ointment and Pills, observing carefully what is said in the book of directions on secondary symptoms, which, if strictly followed, will effect any cure of the kind, but ii will be work of a little time. Both Ointment and Pills should be used nt the following disorders s—Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Baras, Bunions, Bite of Mosquitoes and Sand Flies, Coco-bay, Chiego foot. Chilblains. Chapped Hands, Corns (soft), Cancers, Contracted and Stiff Joints, JSlopbantiaflifiy bistolas, Gout, Q-landulap Swellings, Lumbago, Piles, Itneumatiarn, Wealds, Sore Hippies, Sore Throats, bKin Diseases, Scurvy, Sore Heads, Tumours, Ulcers, Wounds, Yaws. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger sizes. o j & ‘® * ’ Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder are affixed to each Pot, and can be had in any language, even in Chinese.
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