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Medical. Keating's Powder. Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. Keating’s Powder. ;unn iKills Bugs, Pleas, Moths, Beetles. ■ ’ ■ ' -:■•• .• w ■ '-.■-T.l.t/fJ }'i This Powder is. quite hamless, to ANIMAL LIFE, but is unrivalled in destroying fleas, bugs, cockroaches, beetles, moths in furs, and every other species SifinSecUl Sportsmen will find this invaluable for, destroy ing fleas in their dogs? -as also ladielidf tifeiif pet dogs. jli, THIS ARTICLE has fouml sd GKEA’F'a SALE that it has tempted others-k» vend-so-called article in imitation. The'PUBLIC I 'are CAUTIONED that the tips'; ofufhte gerande powder bear the autograph of IHO MAS KEATING. ■ '■ ■ Keating’s Worm Tablets. ‘ beating’s Worm ’ Keating’s Worm TahldM, A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both in appearance and a most agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy Tot : <1 NT E-S? J'-lf’A Lor .THREAD WORJtfSL/Tt 1? a perfectly safe and mild preparation, and is especially adapted for children. Sold in tins by all Chemists and Druggists. Proprietor, THOS. KEATIN)*, Lonjd<j L l tss:-/'i;iHa;nodßo & for the 1 ■-‘•'■’oriuO VALUABLE DISC( ■ »■-.a TT ATR: ’ A very nicely perfumed called THE MEXICAN NEWER, now ]3eing sdliT Che-mists-and peHiimeirs country, at 3s. 6d. per bottle,, is .lest aimerceding all -the old * restorers the purpose of changing grbjd hair to Its ‘natural ‘original will positively , restore _ the hair •in' case of greyness to ife out dyeing it or leaving that' offensivesmell whibh most of the ham day do. This preparatiijit known to fail in restoring tip natural color 1 and gloss., id. twelve days. ; It,'proinotetV.^p^Srand healthy condition, it' imparts vitality to the foots of the hair, restoring - ', it to its youthful freshness miIT \dgof.' Daily applicalininJ. of for a week Of two'' Vrtl’ sfifely feilOTß faded. itain.,jujycoloring .-matter <nr.s£c substance whatever., it;-d°se n |j i soil: the hands )r{ the ef $ linen, but produces: the colpp- w^i; ; substance of the hair: : .Rejd. ;ing from i; Mi5- M■Walkden : “ One of my be the pthej;for thirtyrfive ..and, f a|tef -using one bottle' of Haif Renewerfga •sold him, it was jrespectable Defter ' ppr .bottle.—Prepared by- IIENRY--Tjl. .. GALUf P; Nd.-Wl^^trcetMW

Cockle’s W&s—•av' These Pi|la consist, of a plinth peculiar admixture, thS, test and mi£Ujr J iest vegetable .aperient’s, withthe pure extract of the flowers .of the camomile. They will.be found a ; remedy for derangement of the digestiveorgans,- and for of <|iQ|}ngnr and’bowels, whichproquc© mdlgesMjd and the several varieties of bilious ana . Uver ; ;Complaintßi( apyecPytpsiWipie the irritation and feyerishj stb.macK,' : ailay spasnij ..cpigffct condition of the liyer. yient to. digestion, -propiote a due ana • healthy secretion of bile, and relieve ti(|| impurities, wfuch, -bV circujlatixM[ blood, most -InjtdibaSfy action of the kidneys'-; ■ thus, by the ~ causes produeriifeUefi so iiufrix \JuiComfort, they restore the energies of, bothr,'bQtoir arid mind. . To' thbse L vniri indulge in' tnfc| . luxuries of the table -thesn mUs wsl highly useful; • occasioriirig rio pain m'thmr action, unless they merit, withanrinusnalS quantity of acrid bile and ~aoldrnu|ttaloiit& the stomach; aod r bowels ; ToslluK)pe(to4 On: their : arrival in India or> Qhiha«tfcdff w ■ rire recommended.'as a-presecvialivehgaiiiwS the fatal disorders peculiair to.ilopuWM climates. . Their L occasional maepMhmSbo-A binpd with the strictest will be frequently found to^remove - st“~ 1 once ? by thejr jinfluexxce, oyer the;,«pfWT" tionsV that congestive’ and.'uriiepKa jj 6on=|_ dition of the Uver. which; fa- ip often, earliest antecedent .of, severe: fehjnlp,£nd, 3 constitutional disturbance. It ; muft these...jjills, np£, ; l recomniericTed ' as 'containing hnya.iWtjf,j 3 ojr dangerously active ingredients; on " ’ the contrary, they, are characterised byr-d a reiiiarkable simplicity of combination,— and whatever merit they 1 may be found to possesa-depends, as ,niup&fup6h I tion'of 'pure drugs; 'and%ne tmtfcriaHsnwr 1 *: apd attention bestowed upon their subsequent preparation, as upon the acknowledged. peculiarity of ttoir icompddtßdrfnr They are not recommended as gipffflpceaTX nor are they adapted to.alj but'as a mild arid efficacious arid ' tonic in the various ! forms of mdigpstittii I ,'' it will not, perhaps. He state ; that ; they. under all systems of dietj - clmngp^ t qfjsi-,,j mate, or atftxospheric' alternations ’wrijh • an extraordinary degree of success foi?*, - upwards of seventy-eight years. This celebrated family aperient’ may be had throughout the United,Kingdom in boxes at Is 2s 9d 4s fid, snd Us M»«» well as in India, China, New Zealand, tod the Australian Colonies. . , ; T i' I H *1

THE ASHBURTON GUARDIAN, i Pkice One Penny, „ _ AN bo obtained, from the, Agents, who trill receive orders H. M. Jones F. Clark ;L. P. Andrewes Oi.Oarstons Mr. McLauglan M. Atkinson :G. Eeadley. Lawry and Sen : J.Lambio Wm., Qox i W. : Harris E. H. Butler T. E. Tomlinson East street East street , _ Wakanui ml A :r.BeastM(3HoirLl • Ttakaia aiu-xtlla ie Mobil ! RrirSa Ih - M. Hudson Wjtferton J. Bowiek ;;.. 'MayfleldT 1/ .■. Morgan 'aMHibbS I 'f <. _ ? forms, which can he obtained itheabote Agents, ; 'hji stating oh the back of I which ng-ent they^Hi^‘ T ,i'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 265, 10 February 1881

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 265, 10 February 1881

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