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Medical. S TEEDMAN’S SOOTHING POWDERS ' FOR CHILDREN CUTTING TEETH, CAUTICN TO PURCHASERS. The value of this well-known Family MedU cine has been largely tested in all parts oLthe* world, and by all grades of society, for upwards-, of FIFTY YEARS. Its well-earned .extent sive sale has induced SPURIOUS IMITA-‘ TION S, some of which in OUTWARD APPEARANCE so closely resemble the ori»: ginal as to have deceived many purchasers.' - The proprietor therefore feels it due, to . th,e. public to give a special caution against the use of SUCH IMITATIONS. , : : f Purchasers are therefore requestedto observe the four following distinctive, f ; : characteristics, without which none ftfje. -., genuine:— .. Ist—ln every case the words • JOHN 1 STEEDMAN, CHEMIST, WALWORTII,SURREY, are engraved, on the Government , Stamp affixed to each packet. ;• , 2nd—Each Single Powder has directions for T the dose, 1 arid the worete, JotfS SteeDMAN, Chemist, Walworth, Suirey, Jnihted Iherednifi - 1 3rd —The;name, Steedman, is always 'spelt with two EE’s. . . • !.•: r-rf .■ 4th —The manufacture is carried on solely > at Walworth, Surrey. Sold in Packets by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. ' Sold by Kempthornb, Prosser .Co,* Auckland. . . . -03 , Keating’s Powder. • -• Keating’s Powder. ' ■ - Keating’sPowder. Keating’s Kills Bugs, . , Fleas, ■ ; ~|t ; Moths, ,■ ■; Beetles. :u h-. • vr>;:a This Powder is tuite harmless to ANIMAL LIFE, but is unrivalled indeitioy-v if ing fleas 1 , bugs, cockroaches, beetles, moths in. ' furs, and every other species of insect. . Sports* men will find this invaluable for destroy ing fleas in their dogs, as also ladies lor their, pet - dogs. ‘ :

THIS ARTICLE has found so GREAT si' f S ALE 1 that it has tempted others to vend a so- . called article in imitation, v The PUBLIC are CAUTIONED that-therstiasofthe genuinft-wm powder bear the autograph of THOMAS KEATING. • .1 Keating’s Worn [Tablets. t V ; Worm Tablsts. Keating’s Worm Tablets. at.eeable method of administer! Hgi the only certain Remedy for INTE STI NA t or" THREADWORMS; It ;is V perfectly sale*' and mild preparation, and is especially adapted: a for children; Sold in tins by «U Chemists a»vd i•/ Druggists. : • r> TTTHO is Mrh. WINSLOW? iAs IM» 'A » » question is frequently asked, wo shall simply say that she ik a lady who for > lupwards oL thirtyyears haa imtirernglyr devoted her timer and talents as afemaift : physiqianandaursej r .piahcipaily;*iladligii: children. She has especially' atudidd tin Hi constitution and wants of! this nnmeroaa. '. class, and, as a result: ofthis.effort and , *; practical knowledge obtained inalifetimei as nurse ■ and t»hyaician, ! sheihksdjm- ii - pounded a SOOTHING SYRUP for OhiL -! dr6n. It operates like! magic,ighfihgjreit; - and health, and is,'moreover?,■ stse to regulate the bowels. • In consequenoe of this article, Mrs. Winslow is becoming world-renouned as a bene£ac|or.of her race. Children certainty and bless her. Especially ik r tins' the 'case in this city. Vast the Soothing J Syrup aire daily sold and used here. We 'think Mrs Winslow has imnjortalised her 5 name by this invaluable article, apd we > sincerely believe, that •, dreh haye been saved; from, an early [grave f i ; by its tlipelj; jujle,, #nf]{ ; t]pt ; mpktne ~yeit / ; tmbSrii will share jfcbeasfits and; 9WI hr/ . calling her blessed.. - No ; motb,er Jiaß dUs-,.-,;. dMrf her duty to her suffering little r; , opinion. hss given it .p£ Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Try it mothorp, l 1 try*/it now. NeW YorkOity.

Conveyances. ‘ QKSOIT, Wills Strtrt/ramk She cl AIL COACH from Ashburton Station to Green’ Street) Alford td Mount Somers, everyTuaeday .h; ay* returning 'and ■' : at3n.m -"■•'"i;. ••••’ JX)NGBKACH COACH 1 THOMASCQTTON; I wishes to inform * the, .travelling public balto*aoii t i&4l'M-t:i! burtoii over the Coach Business, Getogag Willcocks, and hopes for a continuance or the support hitherto accorded to his predecessor. ... The fares by Cotton’s coach are'exactly 3d. per ! mile ordinary fares, and per mile for Saturday return. They,... u'nder— - >!f ‘ Longbeach to Ashburton, ordinary 55., retumds. ' ! ’ s ' ! ’ Waterton to Ashburton., 3a, 6<L ordinary, 6s. return. Ashton to Ashburton, 3s. ordinary, sa. return. ■■ . ' Wheatstone to Ashburton* 2a. 64 ordinary, 4s. return. The coach leaves Longbeach daily at ■ • 7.30 a.m., arriving- at Ashburton at lO’ a.m.; and returns, leaving "the Booking - Office, Baldwin’s Central Hotel, each day at 4.30 p.m.; Post Office, 4.45 p.m. 4q

COTTON’S BOARDING HOUSE; ■ (Late of Dunedin), ( ' WAKANTTI ROAD, ASHBURTON, ‘ Close to the Railway : Station, opposite fire bell. h, > ; Good Accommodation. Reasonable terms. Board and Lodging, £1 per week. Board only, 14s. - , , MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 300 a THE ASHBURTON GUA^pTAN, ! i ’"' f Price’One Penny, y.r.l > AN be obtained fromVtbo following c Agents, who will receive orders H. M. Jones P. Clark L. F. Andrewes ... O. Carstens ... Mr. McLauglan ... ■M. Atkinson ... G. Leadley ... Lawry and Son J. Lambie Wm. Cox ... , ,W. Harris ... ' E. H. Butler' i( , ... : T. E. Tomlinson, ... , /;|f , Mqrgatd Hibba .; K Intending Subscribers.will pjeaßerfill np forms, which can be pbtaiiiediromiaoy.ot -hi th,e also_ibww* ’*i| by statujg backset f*hn>'diderrliaG -r. which age'i& tbiey pay,their -silbgtfciptwatiri(T3.~ The Triangle East street East street East, i street ; Wakanui SeaMi-j.i Mi S ’i , Wakap m Seafield r t;i »-j>/ Kyle;: ‘ .Mmd -V. fh

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 313, 7 April 1881

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