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\ \ Medical TJELIEF FBOM'"' COUGH B"i "ONE- DOSE. I AGBBBABLB'TO TASTE, AND CON- ' ♦- TAINS NO DELETERIOUS < ' SUBSTANCE. BONNING TON'S Pectoral Oxymel of Carrageen di Irish Moss. Uneqnalled as a Specific for Coughs and Colds Wholesale and Retail Agent fob Invbboaboill-7-J. HATCH aud CO. apl' "VTON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGI . ' CANTBELL. & COOHBANB'S .1 ■. I CELEBRATED GINGER ALI OANrRELL & COO^RANE'S j : HI ON TSEft AT : MM-E-J-C I C :< ...•'■.' - r ": oii^ittPAGWE. - '- ""': rv ; Is in no way Medicated— no salines, ferruginous compounds, or phosphates — consequently may be drunfc -with impunity. Pronounced by ail to be the moat delicious CRATED SUMMER BEVERAGE made. • ■ ■-.'!: .;■ Sydney Gold Medal, ! JOSEPH HATCH MDCft, Agents, Wholesale and Retail. LANGTON EDDEN, HICKS & CLARKE Wholesale and Export Druggists, :230, 23.1,. and ; 232,; .Upper Thames street l o'm'd on. LANGTON'S PURE COD LIVER OIL used in the London Hospitals, and prescribed by eminent physicians throughout the world. To be had in lOoz. and 20oz. bottles, each bottle bearing signature Langton,' Scott and Edden. J, HATCH & CO., Wholesale and 1 Retail Agents* LANGTONS CONCENTRATED COMPOUND EXTRACT OF RED JAMAICA SARSAPARILLA— " One ounce in half a pint of water is equal to half a pint of the decoction of the London Pharma copaeia." To be had of all Chemists in lOoz and 20oz. bottles. Each bottle bearing signa ture, Langton Brothers, Scott and Edden. : ' ' ' .J. HATCH & CO., Wholesale and Retail Agents; DOWN'S FARMERS' FRIEND, SUITABLE. FOR "WHEAT, OATS, AND BARLEY. For preventing the Smut in WTieat "and the ravages of the slug, grub, and wire- worm. l packet is sufficient for six bushels of seed Wheat, which can be dressed and fit to sow in a quarter of an honr. J. HATCH & CO., INVEROARGILL, Wholesale and Retail Agent for the Middle Island. f NO T I C E. JUST LANDED! FROM LONDON, A FRESH SUPPLY OF PURE Drugs and Chemicals, AND GENERAL DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES, INCLUDING — Psrrish's Chemical Food Phospherous and Quinine Pills (Nerve, Brain, and General Tonic), Sarsaparilla Quinine Peruvian Bark Senna Dellor's Essence for Deafness Porous Plasters Waterproof Sheeting Air Cushions Oil Silk, &c. Lime Juice (pure) Lime Juice (cordial) English Acid Drops Peppermint Lozenges, extra strong Epps' Glycerine Jujubes Best Liquorice Hunyadi Janos Water. NEAVE'S FOOD FOR INFANTS. Pure Glycerine Soap Calvert's Carbolic Tooth Powder Tidman's Sea Salt Condy's Disinfecting Fluid Calvert's Carbolic Powder Dressing Combs — great variety, best quality Ivory Tooth Combs Sponges, large assortment Puff Boxes aud Puffs, &c, &c. IMPORTED BY JE. SB. JOBIB S, PROPRIETOR OF JONES' HONEY PECTORAL, The best and safest remedy for COUGHS COLDS, and all affections of the Throat and Lungs, for children and adults, BRUNSWICK. Mb E. B. Jones, Dear Sir, — The sincerest gratitude I feel for the benefit my wife derived from your invaluable remedy, and wish others afflicted with bad colds and coughs may avail themselves of the remedial effects of the same. She says she feels; better than she has for months past. I bought two bottles on the 9th September ; and on the 18th I never saw her look better. Thanks to your wonderful Honey Pectoral. I am, yours faithfully, E. J. Gibbs, STEWART ISLAND. Me E. B. Jones, Dear Sir ,— Your Honey Pectoral iB the best medicine I ever took for coughs 'and colds. It is very good, Mbs Lewis. PREPARED ONLY BY • XL B. JOIEI, THE PHARMACY, j Dee Street. 0c25 gTRANG AND GILCHRIST. PAINTKBS, PAPEBHANGBBS GLAZIEBS - : >■• AND ■ ' ; ' 1 • '■'■"' SIGN'WBITEBS, / Dee street laYewaigill.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Southland Times, Issue 4471, 7 November 1882

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