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'Medical Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. Kills Bugs,' ‘ * ' ■ ;J vi Moths, , ~ : oT ixui , Tins: Powder is quite to ANIMAL LIFE, biff isiihrivalledin destroying fleas, furs, and every otherspeciesofiiisect. Sportsmen will find this invaluable for destroying fleas in their dogs, as also ladies for their pet dogs. THIS ARTICLE has found so GREAT a SALE that it has tempted others to vend a socalled article in imitation. The PUBLIC are CAUTIONED that the tins of the genuine powder bear the autograph of THOMAS KEATING. Keating’s Worm Tablets. Keating’s Worm Tablets. Keating’s Worm Tfblets, both in appearance aifd taste, furnishing a most agreeable, method- ot, administering the only certain- remedy foF•TwT-B-ST-l N A L or THREAD WORMS. It is a perfectly safe ; andjmild 'for'children. 'Sold in tins by all Chemists and Druggist^.;,. 7 • i ; .« L'’. ■ ’ ' Proprietor, THOS. KEATING, London. .. 956® THE' PHY SIC AL 5 ® ASIS 1 "OF 1 LIFIJ. * GOOD FOOD. •How to enjoy good food that ' wduH wise" cause s 5 tßiliduS headache, s’’ 5 ’’ ■‘jdisOidgred Stomach,-.’Poisoned Blood,’i&c;—nse r>! >l® tn _j-‘ - ENO’S' FRUFFSALT: 1 *-*•- A NATURAL APERIENT. ENO’S FRUIT SALT*. when taken with water, acts as a natural aperient, its simple but natural action removes all impurities, thus preserving and restoring health.. ing the-Body, in health-Were l no fans - should be (without if. RAGGED, WEARY, AND,-WORN OUT !!!'■" Anyone whose duties require 'fnnnv.fo undergo mental or unnatural excitement dr strainENO’S FRUIT- SALT: is] tlielbesC known remedy. It acts like a charm. It allays nervous excitement, idepressionj abcT 'the 'injurious effects qf stimulants. and top power'iri aiding the digestion is‘mbs! striking. It also restores the nervous system to. it? proper condition (by ’natural- taeansj/o ‘ UseHJENO’S FRUIT; SALT; ; .Youifcann'ot-doTeYstSKdits great value in keeping the blood pure and free from disease. ENO • n- . sufficient .amount of’ exercise,frequently 1 deranges the livefi ■’ ENO’S'‘FRUIT oAt*f is peculiarly adapted for any constitutional weakness of the liver. A world of woes is avoided by those who keep and use ENO’S FRUIT would,’: they ] _ Wood Brothers, Chemists, Jersey, 1878.” Every travelling trunk and HOUSEHOLD in the world ought to contain a Bottle of ENO’S FRUIT SALT, prepared from [Sound* Ripe Friiitp as arHealth* giving. Cooling, Sparkling,. apcjL Invigorating Beverage for any Season. If Is The'best Treventive and Cure for Biliousness, Sick Head ache, Skin Eruptions, Impure Bleed, Fevers, Pimples on the Face,"Giddiness Feverishness, Mental Depression, Want of Appetite, Sourness .of, .Stomach,^ -Thirst, &£’; ahd'tb'rFmcve' the’feffects bferrdrs in Eating and Drinking. Rev; Dr Hurst, Vicar of Collorly;—“I have used your Fruit Salt for many years, and have verified yqur statements, .>ThC:.thmikaief the public are due to you for your unceasing efforts to relieve suffering humanity. Long may you -■ live to be a blessing to yr ENO’S FRUIT SALT.—“After suffering for nearly two and a half years from severe headache and disordered stomach, and after trying almost everything and spending much money without finding any benefit, I was recommended by a friend to try ENO’S. FRUIT SALT, and before I had finish •) one bottle I found if doing-nre-a-greafdeal ofgood, and now I am restored to my usual health; and others I know that have tried it have not enjoyed such good health for years.—Yours most truly, Robert Humphreys, Post Office* Barrasford. ” Agents for New Zealand, MESSRS. KEMPTHORNE, PROSSER, POWDERS CHILDREN CUTTING TEETH. CAUTION TO PURCHASERS. The'value ot this' well-known*Family Medicine. has been largely, tesfed/im all parts *<JO jse world, and by all grades of society, for upwards bf’FIFTY sive sale has induced, SPURIOUS ,IMITATIONS, • some' "of 5 r which 1 in : "OUTWARD APPEARAN C.E, so., closely .testable. jihfc.original ‘ as ! to * have deceived ’ many purchasers.-Thejpr-oprietpr,, therefore, public to give a special caution agmnst the us® of SUCH IMITATIONS: ■>)<'-• wQ . Purchasers are .thereforerre i qnested..carefijßj| to : observe ! ’the ”four ‘ following' distinctive characteristics,, -. wi.tbput.y \yhjch ; ; , npneh-r.are genuine:— 1 Ist—ln. every , .case-.the-r wqrds^' STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, ‘WALVfORTH, SURREY, are engraved ;,on.:thb Government Stamp affixed to each packet. - ; - Single i the dbVe,'arid- the words,’ John Steedma^ ‘ Chemist,oWalwGrthjiSui*ey, t priatedithere<Sn’ff ! 3rd —The name, Steedmaa, is. always spelt with two EE’s. ■ nswoO 4th —The manufacture is carried on solely at Walworth, Surrey. Sold in Packets by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. Sold by Kempthorne, Prosser and Co., | Auckland. 63 ■pOWELL’S BALSAM of ANISEED. P OWELL’S BALSAM of ANISEED. fOO WELL’S BALSAM of ANISEED. ** LUeiO. . . [DOWELL’S BALSAM of ANISEED. JL d uc x>B Montabor writes;— “ Chateau de Montabor, Aveyron. Sir, —Having suffered for some time from an obstinate cough, accompanied with fever, continuous head-aches, and Sleepless nights,' Jt frgsblVod Jafter having Vainly tried several other medicines, to have recourse to your BALSAM of ANISEED. I cannot resist, sir, the desire of making you acquainted with the really marvelous results which I derived from it.’ From the first .dose r lfeß great,..; relief) thei irritation of the throat was calming down, and I recovered the sleep which had nearly left me. The third dose delivered me completely, and I am now completely restored to health. \ Receive,. sir, -with,the.expression of my gratittide'tffb assuranceofiny distinguished sentiments. DUG DE MONTABOB

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 175, 25 October 1880

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