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Chemists and Druggists. Q H A It L A N D. OUR MANUFACTURES. A WORD TO THE PUBLIC. For some considerable time past we have b«ep dues and Specialities of various kinds, to which « have drann public attention thronph the advertising columns of tile various journals of the colony. Ihe demand which has thus sprung up for our medicaments, an-1 the flattering encomiumswhehhave that our nudical preparations arc more delicately manipulated and contain more subtle power than similar r. medics imported cither from Great Britain, France, or the United Mates of America. The marvellous success which has attended this onr infant enterprise has determine i us on entering upon a still larger field of operations, a-d to meet the demand which m likely to be made upon us, we have concluded arrangements for a rtgular supply of the raw ma erial from the most famed laboratories of the world. The efficiency cf medicines, next to the purity of the drugs, depend upon tl.e skill with which they are compounded, the rrrfect co-blendi' g of the various minute particles with a harmonious whole require experiecce and knowledge to accomplish. We are proud to rank our fstablishment amongst the local industries for which the public men of the colony havfl been agitating for several years past, and we confidently appeal to our fellow-colonists for support, we oa our part guaranteeing the quality of our happy in th>-. knowledge that skill and care arc being devoted to the relief of the •■ thousand ills that flesh i 3 heir to." The following is a List of Medicines prepared at onr Laboratory, Sbortlatd-street:— STIARLANDS SUGAR-COATED FAMILY AND ANTIBILIOUS PILLS',. For Indigestion. Liver Complaints. &c. Is and 2s Cd per box. SHARLAND3 VERMIFUGE AND WORM POWDERS, From the formula of Manning, the most elticacious renie , !}- discovered. Is a packet. SIIARLAND'S CHILD'S TOXIC, A most palatable and asre'able preparation, combining all the elements necessary for healthy blood. Price Is Cd, 2s cf, and 3s Gd a bottle. SIIAULAND'S CII EERY PECTO RA L, A remedy for Coushn. Cold?. Influenza, Asthma, Frice 2s Ccl and 4s Cd a bottle. SHARLAND'S CONCENTRATED SARSAPARILLA, For Impurities of the Blood, notches. Pimples, &c. Price 3s Od and 4s Cd a bottle. SHARLAKD'3 CHLORODYNE, OR PAIX RELIEVER, Equal to any made by Fnclish or Foreign Chemists. Price 1? and 2s Cd a bottle. SnARLANirs TOOTHACHE CURE (ODONTALGIC) Affords immediate relief. Ose Snt:. 1.1 s<: a Bottle. SFIARLAND'S REMEDY FOR NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM (Jives speedy and permanent relief. Pkice 2 s Cd a Box. Testimonials. "VITAIWERA, HOT SPRINGS. TO TUT. PICK AND DFBILITATED. Follow .flvice, "throw rhvsie to the do s s." an<l visit the Waiwen Hot Springs. ' The h-al-iug virtues of these f.imr.us springs border on the ruiraculnii". scores nf persons afflicted with Paralysis, Rh< umatism. t. ui.tioiis. Contracted and ,-tiiT Joints, finut. Lumhairn, Skin Piseas-.", Sore Head.-.-, and varieties of painful diseases have been restored to perfect health through lathing in these marvellous springs and drinking the mineral water, whogratefully bear testimony to the fact. The water has been pronounced the inrwt remarkable healing water in the world and ctfVcted mc.it wonderful cures. TUTIIK TOURIST OK PI.KA-iiniE SEEKER IN LUSTY HEALTH the Waiwera Hot Springs will he a source of amazement and delight. Tin- scenery in th<- neighlKmrhood is diviT.-ilivd and picturesque, aud ntf.-nls abundant matrri.il for the Botanist, IA-ologist, Painter, Poet, or THE FAMILY HOTEL is fitted with every conv. nience for comfort. A wellsu|>plicil table is provided, and this, couj.kd with excellent aiconirno iation, attention, civility, and mudrrate charges leave nothing the most fastidious A Yacht is kept for the use of visitors. There is fishing, shooting, and othur pastimes for the strong or convalescent. st.-anu-rs leave Auckland {which is only 24 miles di.-t.int! for the Hot J-prings twice a week., and there Wakefleld-street, Auckland, December 14. 1=74. Sir -- TTiiving derived much l>or otit from bathing in your Hot Spring, Wahvra, I thi. k it is a duty that "I owe to the public—especially sulfi-ring humanity— that my t-i-e should be mail! kn iwn. i>i fore I went to th - sprinss I snff. red fi.r inor.; than a month th.; lift.-d in anil out of bed. in fact was unable to walk without the use of twn stick.-. It took in« an hour to w.ilk frnm Wakefield-stri'ijt to the ' Lady liuwen." After Retting to the Springs I bitUed twic*'i day and drank fn-i-lv of the mineral water-, at le:ist a pint each dav and afrcr six days I felt quite w.-11, free from ] ain, and can walk as well us ever 1 did. It is r.oiv eleven il.iij.iDM I left mid have hid no return of pain. If this should induce any person suffering as I wai to try the hot batln I feel sure th-y will ect cured, and if "so serve the object 1 h-ive in writing to you.—l am, sir. your 01-edient servant, Thus. VVeavi.no. Robert Graham, Ksi\. AucklinJ, January 5, liT.i. Mr. Rob- rt Graham. tlm pm;,ri-t-.r of ti:e HotSpriiiKSiit Waiwera. 1 think it is only <lue; t-j you thA-tlkaey of the Sprin.-s in'the cure <,f Rhe::m:iti<ui. I hat b.cu sutffring from IMi.vuiMtNm since th.-y.Mr \;:). contra-ted tlircuu-'i cold and wet working on th* V.-i-t O-.ist, and from that tim- "Mil I 1.. ft th- .-'prin.-s I h:..l -n.r.-rcd periL-.li-.Mbv from the fame. Thes-ci,:,<l kith 1 t..;.k bron.-h- la.k all th .-rli-uni i_!ic pa:n_« 1 \l thci'id!'f''ii , 1 w.i.s fV .: fr in all p.'Asii. with the ,:.cepti.-n -f ;li.' ankles iwhirli wa? always lie w.,r-> pir: :.ir.-.-t-.V. and with 11-e .-xc-pti-.i! of my fe.-t I ei ..-• VL-rv t-.nd.-r from so nine:, hut batuii.? 1 am ~uite a new mm; 1 h-ive not the _sl;ghte.-t p:.iu of p'.irti""'vi'itiiiJr th.'springs I shnuN! advi>e them net to Jlvl ili.-iriu.-.l or di-a;-poii.t. d if tVy liu.l thi-mselvts ttie r!r : t <lav or two; iic-'".rili'-g to th-! general oiinion it shows the Action of the -.vateis. Also I would recommend the drinking at 1.-ii*t two or three glasses of witer both on entering and leaving the bath: al-o. sw.-atiug in tne blankets fer which a<-c<-tnmodati.jn is provided in each b.-ith: and to parti-.-i i.lfucte-! with aen-e |:hLuma'iyiii I think lit.; w,.r they use them the in..re speedy will b.- the cur-.-. rt Yc'urs"respectf.illy. C. 11 WtLLOriillllV An:kl.in.l, lO:li January, 1575. <ir. In I'-,- i:.t(r.--ti f.f th'..-.' win nni- l.» «"ir,.l:irlv :i t!!i.-- i and in r.-.-'gi.!ii'.n .".:" th • b-n.-iits 1 d-.-r.v- 1 ..'t i.-i:r-.i:..i:-.ri-.l:ii. lh.- W :iiw, r.i IL.t Si-rin.--. Id- -;r.-:o r-•..:.! th-.-.-iii.-.i.-y ..f th.:bi:!n.tnd w .t-r in th-- c:ire . ft.;. ; ., win. fr..:,iv.:,.-;, 1 l. il -1,v.!r.'.-.-dm i . l yi,i'-,-:!-^. ih:.:ii..sh ver.toth. : wrt-.!-.'soflllo ii:-Ti,-r.l w.i'..-r-. t...-.-:her with n fr.-e u.,e i.f l.iti.s, I was »i the di-tr.-.-si:i.' M-iupt jms, and hive ;incc cnji.ye I the : .-st of health. Yours truly. Juiix Best. Robert Graliam, Esq. Robert Graham. Esq. Dear !-ir,—Having suffered from rheumatbm for some time past, on the recomnien<ltiti*ii of my nieJic*! adviser. Dr. Turnbull. of Christchurch. I visited your Hot Springs. After three weeks' bathing and drinking the mineral water, I am restored to perfect health. In fact, I have not felt so well for years »s I am at present. The trip altogether has been a most enjoyable one. I found the hotel comfortable, excellent table, attendance good, civil and obliging, pleasant for the invalid seeking health, or the man of bnsiness requiring taxation I know of no place in New Zealand where a person could p.ss a few weeks mor; agreeably thau a. ..our u ' r, * , - 1 f|iUhflllly> J. J. 1-ITZfiIBUOy. I I/Kill LEA-Sli OH SALE, at Epsom—An } eight-roomed Stone House, with stable, 4c, and five acres. BUKTT> Hobson . stree t.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5, New Zealand Herald, Volume XII, Issue 4213, 15 May 1875

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