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Medical. Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. Killsßugs, , ; t Fleas, ■ BSetl.es. r ’ . . T~~ ~ "!•■) XIO • This Powder is Quite. lumhifcK to ANIMAL ;LlFE,ibut is ImrivQUed/inidAtt&ying .‘fleas, bugs, cockrqac|i|es,ibM , I in fursi and. even? ;other specie? jfigpft*meii lydll' find "thi? flea? in their ddgs, as also ladies d°g s ' :;rr Kij.xt.Bi ■ THIS ARTICLE,has ibnodisfcGßEAT a SAI E that it has temptedotherl.to!Vcßd a socalled article in imitation. The PUBLIC are CAUTION ED that the. tins cpfr powder 'be’ar the ' autograph" of ‘ i nQuAS KEATING. , , r " ‘ ;v.iA Keating’s Worm Tablets- -m; ±.l Keating’s Wornt Tablets- ‘ Keating’s Worth Tablets, A PURELY both in appearsnce and taste, futUghiffga agreeable method of. admißisterrngjtfie, omy certain remedy Tor I N.T EST iNA,L or THREAD WORMS. It’is a pe/fectly’safe and mild preparation, and is especially adapted for children. Sold in tins by all Chemists and Druggists. ‘ Proprietor,. THOS. - KEATING, London. 9S6c -nr ---r 1 - | — ;-t ; .-T _'l .r 5 *• • ; ’ ; ■'

Y ALUABLE DISCOVERY for"the HAUL A very nicely .perfumed Hairdressing, called THE MEXICAN HAIR NEWER, now being sold by m<wO|w> mists and perfumers througouf the'cotmtry, at Sal 6d. per bottle, is ; fast ceditig all the ‘ old restorers •'and AjjfXV the' purpose of changing grpjf. hafr to ‘its natural originiu, fprjfe will positively restbrt '.the ‘ case of greyness to its original colt)i£ wjffiout dyeing it or leaving thSt offensive stnell which most o£ the hairptdparatiofmofthe day do. This preparation Ws nSrar Ijlfcen known to fail in restoring' him to its natural color and gloss in’, from'wghi to twelve days. It promotes 'grotrth Sind prevents the hair falling out, eradicating dandruff, and leaving the scalp in aclean, healthy condition. - ’lt imparts peculiar vitality to the roots of the hair, restoring it. to its youthful freshness Dailjt applications of ‘ this a week or twb -'will sutely refitdra faded, grey, or white hair to its naturalcojpr and richness; It is not a it contain any coloring . inattor or Offensive substance whatever., J Hence it 'doea not soil the ’Hands, the. Scalg, br I white linen, 1 but produces within the substance of the hair. , Read 1 ing from Mr. Nathan Berfy,: Chemist, Walkden r “ One : of my etrafeinßrs told me the other day he had had ‘grey hair for thirty-five years, and after using one bottle of the Mexican Hair Renewer I •sold him, it wasrestbred to andkept/its natural color.”jj ‘lt’ may be ■ had of’any respectable Chemist, Perfumer, orDeaJer in toilet articles in the kingdom, ,afSi£ $d per bottle. —-Prepared 'by HENRY GALLUP, No. 493, Oxfpbd London.

COCKLE’S ANTIBKJOtrS PELLS— These Pills l consist of a carefdTshd ipechlistr admixture of the best and mud* est vegetable aperients, 1 With thO pure extract of the flowers if thbcamdimle. 'They will be found a most efficacious remedy for ’ derangement , : of l thedigestive arid for torpid aclion-Pfthte liver and bowels; which prbdUcp indigestion and the several varieties Of l ‘bilidiis.and liver complaints. .They speedily"remove 'the irritation and- feverish state of the stomach, allay spasm, correct the condition of the liver and irgans Sttbler- . vient to digestion, prompts aduehnd. healthy secretion of bile, 1 and relieve Ins constitution gouty. matter and impurities, wMchy by cirralimpg' inum. blood, most -irijurionsly : tW hciiom of the kidneys ; thils', causes productive of sbidtich they* restore the energies lor both body’ andmind. To those’Who* intfijr luxuries of the table these (pills highly useful,, occasioning action,, unless they meet with an tutustiiS' 1 quantity of acrid bile and the. stoidlach and bowels.'■ on their arrival in India' pf Ghhria they* 1 are recommended as a preservative against the fatal disorders peculiar tp .tropippl climates. Their occasional usd/ * ifrontbined with the strictest attention to dietT* will be frequently found* to remdte'fcJf' Once, by their influence over the secjH&L tions, that congestive andimhealthyiCOndition of the liver which ;is sdofteUlUhl earliest antecedent of-Severe febrile a&d 1 1 constitutional; disturbance.. It mustb 0 ’ 1 understood: that these ,pills are;inot/T recommended as containing . any > newi f or dangerously active ingredients 5, om' the contrary, they, are characterised'.by 11 a remarkable: simplicity • of .(ondUjpUitiyM and whatever merit they may be foundin' I possess depends: as: much upon: the heleoo n tion of pure drugs, and the unusual laboro and attention bestowed upofiitheir.Subset quent preparation, as uponutho acknowledged peculiarly iof .their composition/' ’ They are not recommended asapanaceaT" nor are . they adapted to all complete tS|Q but as a mild and efficacious aperient anlf,' tonic in the ■ various forms of Indigestion, it will not, perhaps, be an exaggeration to A state that they have beem, rosortedtol under, all systems of diet, changes ololk.r; mate,: or. atmospheric alternations, wish'd an extraordinary degree of .success ufofrl upwards ,of seventy-eight years. l This celebrated family aperient 1 may. bei had ■■ t throughout tbe United Kingdom In boxes U at ls .l|d, 2s 9d, 4s (>d, and UsOd, Mot well as in India, China, NeW> ZoaUad,an£Lc the. Australian Colonies. ; ?. ;i / . .'1 Jr. ■ ..... . ■■■ ; ■■ ■■■ ■ ■ ■ - - ! iort

THE ASHBURTON' GUARDIAN, Price One Pemsy, - c AN be obtained from the following Agents, who will receive orders - : H. M. Jones F. Clark , - ■ ; L. F. Androwes . O. Carstens Mr. McLauglan M. Atkinson' G. , Leadley . Lawry and Son J. Lanjbie : Win. Gox W. Harris , .. • ;E, H. Butler. T. E. Tohdiiikon j?, ; Tiach The Triangle East street East street Wakanui Saafield' •'! . Wakanui, Cr»>ki Seated' /• Kyle Rakaiit Winitow ' -fi WesterhaW f va A .►Spread. IWgleb;i^i? liart ***** •J. Bowick . ... May I Morgan and Hibbs’ v .-J A Intending Subscribers will b)baae J fiU forms, which can be obtained from anyth ' ine above Agents. They will also oblige by stating on the back of the order to wpich agent;they p^;%ißWb»erip|ions.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 252, 26 January 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 252, 26 January 1881

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