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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 8008, 10 September 1889
PUBLIC NOTICES. jg RON CHIUS CURED. AFTER SPENDING TEN WINTERS SOUTH, WAS CURED BY SCOTT’S EMULSION. “ 140 Centre street, New York, “June 25th, 1888. “ The winter after the great fire in Chicago I contracted Bronchial affections, and since then have been obliged to spend nearly every winter South. Last November was advised to try Scott’s Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites, and to my surprise was relieved at once, and by continuing its use three months was entirely cured, gained flesh and strength, and was able to stand even the Blizzard and attend to business every day. “T. C. CHURCHILL.” Sold by all chemists. Jg RE A D ALB AN E WHISKY. LI to LIO.OOO GIVEN AWAY. Every Buyer of a Bottle of this Famous WHISKY has a Chance of; obtaining a PRIZE, (Copy of Receipt from Mrs Callaghan.) “Received from Messrs R. Bowie and Co. the sum of Five Pounds sterling, for token on Bottle of Breadalbane Whisky. “sth September, 1889. “(Sigd.) Mrs CALLAGHAN.” W. SCOULAR AND CO., Agents. MEDICAL. C ARBOLISBD ROSE TOOTH PASTE WHITENS TEE TEETH’ PREVENTS TOOTHACHE, AND IMPARTS AN AGREEABLE ODOR TO THE BREATH. Prepared by T. M. WILKINSON, Chemist, Medical Hall, Dunedin. m DR ERNEST LOW’S CIHEERY PECTORAL- > An invaluable Medicine for the Cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Whooping Cough, etc.; especially suitable for Children. Notice.—Messrs Dodds, chemises, of Port Chalmers and Akaroa (of thirty years’ experience), certify that this is the most effectual and speedy cure known to them—quite a marvellous remedy. Agents: Chemists only. Wholesale: P. Hatman and Co., Dunedin. BALSAMIC COUGH ELIXIR. T>AXTBR’S LUNG PRESERVER, An invaluable Medicine in all stages of CONSUMPTION, and not to be surpassed in efficacy for Coughs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, Difficulty of Breathing, Influenza, Spasmodic Croup, Whooping Oough, and all Affections of the Throat and Chest. Testimonials : From Dr Ewart. —“I am very much opposed to patent medicines generally, and totally discountenance the Balsams, Oxymels, Elixirs, Syrups, and other emanations of unprincipled empirics ; but I regard your LUNG PRESERVER as a really good preparation, entirely free from those qualities which render most patent medicines dangerous, and possessed of those tonic and stimulating properties which render it a treasure to those who suffer from the exhausting effects of pulmonary disease and chest affections generally. In cases of asthma, it quickly cuts short the paroxysm. In chronic bronchitis or winter cough. it >s useful; the discharge of mucus is greatly assisted, and the wheezing and difficulty of breathing are greatly relieved by it. In acute bronchitis it is also beneficial, and whilst it tends to check inflammation, it promotes expectoration, and thus relieves the laborious and difficult breathing so general in these attacks. As a Cough Medicine, tor persons of all ages, it is excellent.” From Rev. S, Sellars.—“An aged lady of my acquaintance was for many years troubled with a Chronic Cough so severe that she seldom had an hour’s quiet sleep. After spending all her substance in medicine, she was persuaded to try BAXTER’S LUNG PRESERVER, which, under God’s blessing, soon cured her,” Sold in bottles, Is (Id, 2s 6d, 4s 6d, and 8s each, by all Patent Medicine Vendors, Purchasers are requested to ask for Baxter’s Lung Preserver. Each genuine bottle has the words BAXTER’S LONG PRESERVER, CHRISTCHURCH, blown on it. Refuse all others as counterfeits. Agent for Dunedin : B. BAGLBY, Chemist. For winter coughs and BRONCHIA—The Marvellous Remedy for Goughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, and all Chest Affections, BONNINGTON’S PECTORAL OXYMEL OE CARRAGEEN OR IRISH MOS3), p . IRISH MOSS (Registered) Cures the worst kinds of Colds, and Hoarseness, gives immediate relief to Bronchitis, is the best medicine for Asthma, Cures Whooping Oough, is invaluable in the early stages ot Consumption, relieves all Affections of the Chest, Lungs, and Throat. A Dunedin correspondent writes:— December Bth, 1880. Seeing your advertisement about IRISH MOSS, I gave it a trial, having suffered much from a slight consumptive cough, with the result that I was completely lid of my oongh after taking the second bottle. Hugo’s Buffalo Minstrels, Post Office, Dunedin, Sept. 14th, 1887. MR BONNINGTON. Dear Sir,—After suffering with a severe cold in the throat, I being unable to sing for two nights, used one bottle of your IRISH MOSS, and I am glad to say it cured me almost instantly. I shall recommend it to all my professional friends.—Yours truly, PRISCILLA VERNE. P.S.—You may use this as a testimonial also inform me if I can get Moss of your make through New Zealand. Sold Everywhere. GEO. BONNINGTON, CHRISTCHURCH. A SUFFERER from Nervous and Wasting Debility, Loss of Vigor, etc., was restored to health in such a remarkable manner, after all else had failed, that ho will, on receipt of a self-addressed, stamped envelope, send the mode of cure Free to all fellowsufferers. Address “A Miner,” G.P.0., Sydney; Secrets of life andhhbalth,— Free by Post, for Six (N.Z.) Penny Stamps, a Medical Treatise by an eminent French ■ Hospital Physician, thirty years a Parisian Specialist (now retired), showing sufferers how they may cure themselves of Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc., etc., without consulting a medical man. Address “Parisian,” P.O. Box 766, Sidney. “A boon to all desiring ‘self-cure.’” ‘Medical Review.’ ASTHMA Cigarettes of Dr Kennedy Douglas, Edinburgh (late of Tapanui); the most reliable and effective in tho market;, try them ; on sale all chemists. Kempthorne, Prosser, and Co., Limited, agents.
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