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Medical^ S TEEDMAN’S SOOTHING I FOR CHILDREN CUTTING T 1 CAUTION TO PUR CH The value of this well-known F cine has been hugely - Bworld, and by all grades of Society, of FIFTY YEARS. Its web-eE sive sale has induced 'SPUR.IOt TIONS, some of which ,in , C APPEARANCE so closely resem l ginai as to have deceived' many The proprietor therefore feels it i miblic to give a special caution agi of SUCH IMITATIONS. Purchasers are therefore reqi esi to observe the four following characteristics, without which genuine:— ist—ln every case the wo STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WA SURREY, are engraved on the Stamp affixed to each packet. 1 2nd—Each Single Powder has i I the dose, and the words, John

Fleas, Moths, Beetles.

This Powder is quite harndasato ANIMAL LIFE, but is unrivalle ing fleas,- bugs, cockroaches, beetl , ri _ furs, and every otherspecies of insect/,, men will find this invaluably fat fleas in their dogs, as also, ladies,for their pet • dogs. i ■ '• • " vr _ ■ • _ , \ THIS ARTICLE has"foundUo GREAT a SALE that it Has tempted others to vend a socalled article'in; invitation/ The PUBLIC are -•* CAUTIONED that the tins of the genuine powder bear the autograph'' of TjHOMAS KEATING. ■-?.;*‘.l - r *1 Keatings Worm Tabit&sP* ‘ ' . Keatihg’a..W6iteJTs»bleta!l • ’ { Keating’s Worn ;Tab|L#tfc *. A PURELY VfcGHn^LEE bothin appearance'and agreeable.. method of, .administering .the only certain redtedy for I'N'T'eS TIN A‘l* Ot i THREADWORMS.. It ts a,perfectlyand mildi pra>arati6ri,'apd is especially adapted ifor children! ‘ all Chemists Druggists. *■<'•'> > '-I* Propriety

V HAUL A very« nicely perfumed caIIedJTEDE J NEWER, now being, sold by Chemists and perf uibeiia j country, at 3s. (kL pptL bottle, jf fast roper- -- ceding all.the old ? restorers. “ the .purpose of .changing grejr'tW hair to its natntal original color,' for it" will positively restore t£e four, in eveaw case of greyness to.its original cmor,‘w»nout dyeing it or leaving, that offdbuire , which most of the'hair day do. ■ WamraUnW tei'VMinir.hhtiii 1 vf * HSb UL WJtJ Liaii. „. v This preparation 1 has'heiriESPbbeil''? known to fail in restoring the hqx to natural color and gloss ip. from eight hs,' twelve days. Iti promote^ 1 growth preverits the hair 1 jfflwmg ' dandruff, and leaving the sca!p,in ! a clean, healthy condition. I£; iiUparfa vitality to the roots, the hair, restonpg " it to its youthful freshnesk ‘SUd Daily applications of this, preparation for - a week or two will surely hesfore ! fadro, grey, or white hair to its naturalcolot'and richness. It is not a dye, nor does it eOju- ’ tain any coloring matter.- or <&dhnVe substance whatever. - HencA ut hit soil the hands, the scalp,' of/evenVhito linen, but produces the colhr ll w|^iir , mo substance of the hair. : Read tfieipllowing from Mr. Nathan ‘ ' Berryj Cmemisti Walkden : “One of my customers ,tpld' me the other day he had hSfP for thirty-five years, and hf^usip^rae,^ - bottle of the Mexican Haii 1 . sold him, it was restored to^ipdltepi^fir" ‘ natural color.”j It-may be- s bad’of any_ j . respectable Chemist, Perfumer, dr Dealer'’' in toilet articles in the kingdom, at 3s. 6cL per bottle. —Prepared, by jpiNß&’iChx/ GALLUP, No. 493, Oxford streetjlioimon.

COCKLE’S ANTIBIOOUS >HJLS— These Pills consist of a and peculiar Admixture of the best 3 ana mildest vegetable aperients, with Me-pare ex* tract of the floweUs of chd camomile. They will be found a most effibacious remedy for derangement of. the,digeatMrp dnzans. and for tomid p'di'-'T'-'-!®*?'" ?! f r v -i :.!.•• . -uictu-a If ■■ TJ---V ’-.n m;v remove 1 m si me of she ,!, . .in.-.-’n, cuvivai *b.» morbid i;'! It ti-l i.[■: -. ■ ■ I . ■•■■■ =., t •"Ti due a-id ini! 1 !.. mo 'n bil;-, ielicvo th,-. ■■•■■l.';!-.--n •■>{ a;- :iy umrt>-:v aud,nth*r io-; '-Vie by circulating ( ii« in'■ -■ 1 ..ijuinou-iij-. ahcct the <*uu«oii-■-of the kidneys ; thus, by removing the causes productive of so much discomfort, they restore the energies of both body and mind. To those who indulge nt the luxuries of the table these pills will proyS . highly useful, occasioning ho pain in action, unless they meet with an unusual, quantity of acrid bile and acid, mattet'ife the stomach and bowels. To Europeans on their arrival in India or China they, JV are recommended aa a preservative against 1 the fatal disorders peculiar

climates. Their occasional use, if oom« billed with the strictest attention will be frequently found to. r p once, by their influence | tions, that congestive and unhealthy mac-, j ditiori of the liver which is |s6 jVj earliest antecedent qf t severe constitutional disturbance.' understood that these ; pills, v ~, recommended as containing i.’dpj;,.,i or dangerously active the contrary, they at6;"<ehe6ti»9jßmyd a remarkable simplicity. r of and whatever merit they inay be fbuijd t 0,.. possess depends as much upon th&JnSfrllJ tion of pure drugs, and the and attention bestowed upon quent preparation, as upon the ' ledged peculiarity of their They are. not recommended as-aji» nor are they adapted to all but as a mild and efficacious tonic in the various forms of it will not, perhaps, be an state that they have been *. i^s^ga, l ,lSt| i '. ;# under of diet, ', [t j mate, or atmospheric altonaiiona ,wjUi„'. an | extraordinary dbgreh ht success upwards of seventy-eight X$jS,, - f celebrated family. .aperient ‘ may fefe, hfld, \ throughout the United Kixjgdomin t „•) at Is l|d, 2s 9d; 4a 6d,‘ »nd 11a 'ud, well as in India, China, New Zealan d? and,;j ’ the Australian Colonies. \ , y,{

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 241, 13 January 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 241, 13 January 1881