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r , Public; Notices .^- - [THE "ItED OROS3 " PBESERVIN. p , .... COMPANY,' ~r\ Chapel Street, South Yarra, Victoria, CANNED Tomatoes, equal to Amrrican and at same prico ; aleo Peaches. Pears, Apricots, of the finest quality, and m heavy syrup. AH these goods are manufjictnred under the supervision of Mr George Jamea Ward, late of California, The Jams, Jellies, Pickles, Tomata Saiice ' and Aborted Sauces of thia Company are well known to be better than any imported, • 5^213 KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING^ POWDIfiR. KEATING'S POWDER/ KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING'S POWDER. KILLS BUGS, FLEAS. MOTHS, BEETLEB. THIS POWDER is quite HARMLESS to Animal Idf c, but is unrivalled m destroy, ing Fleas, Bugs, Ooefaoachei»':Be*iW. a *- ; Moths m Fuw,andeTery,-otherspecie_ of insect. Sportsmen will fincf this favalpable for d stroyiug flea_ In. theii dogs, as also Ladies for their pet dogs. THIS o ARTIO_B has found so GREAT a SALE that *t has tempted others to vend a so-called article m Imitation. The Public are OAUTIO2IED that packages of the -genuine Powder hear R^ a ?i°& raph ? *ao_us, kbatin©, ;;; Bold m Tins only. •■"-'■ TO GET RID OF WORMS TO GET RID OF WORMS " TO GET RID OF WORMB TO GET RID OF WORMS Use the "abaolute" remedy. KRAT. ; .TO* WORM TABMrnV^y: Vegetable Sweetmeat, both In appetei ance and taste, furnishing a most a_ree~> . able method of administering "the dnfi' "V certain remedy for IKTES_SNATi nft •'* THREAD WOR tttt fltfa_^ecti| ! safe and mild' and ?h especißlly adapted for CtUdren, Sold; m Tm_ by all Druggists. Proprietor— THOAlAS -EEATmb ", Londe* - ■■ _____-_-_ »• SUCCESS THE BEST TEST Oi? WOETH HOLLO^P7Ay»S PILLS IJttiTlN!.. THIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS A -^H-^^SEHOLD REQUISITE BVEB# , _ . ' THE PILLS Punfy the Blood, impart tone to the Nervottt ' 0 J s { h m|MdactmMt P ow^yyetsoothings; _, LIVER AND BOWELS. " " r Fromotrng Digestien and Assiinilatioa. and endowing the whole rjc<My fawoe w_i Strength and v^r. Nervous nSa_£% Tremblings, Lassitude and cSS-' : Debihty quickly yield to the potent force o ; the« wefl-known Pills, and P they _r_%n- . nvalled m their efficacy m all c t- , FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing skfn bleobke. I Pimples and # bods, better than any^oSw. - family medicine known, ! THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATIfW i w lt heal, every kind of #oxe. ufce?^ ■ Wound, more certamly than any^ other known k salve. Its marvellous penetrating iowS j render it invaluable maU """^powexf ; THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, V , Cunng Bronchitis, Quinseys, and __S_4a. reducing Glandular Lumps, dcainirand , heaUng Abscesses an. F_tulas,^nd ", i alleviating the excruciating tortures of ' i ■ ■ RHEUMATISI, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed, It never ; glsto remove Scurf and eveVyapecies rfdS . at'^o P 8 S M d C % e !_ are «»«»*cture ■-■ at No. 8, New Oxford street (late e__ : Oxford street, London), an dare sold 1 by^ av&trS teDt Li^ throughout;Duedfow (for use m almost every Un_»a_. ; *s~r Purchasers should look to tb^ES on Poland Boxes. If me addreu ud abeT : • are not ou they are spurlom * Dniaa Perfiimery. : 207, Rue St. Honore*, Parte, x J E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Oriza (Orlsa Soap>— From the for* , mule of Dr P. ReveU. The best eoap ' for rendering the skin white ah&ebit. Sweeny and refreshlnely scented (rose, green and white). ~ ' - : « : Savon-Orlia- Veloute, exquisitely pei* >r> fumed fcr the toilet and hatha Savon-Orin Orlm Soap) — No. 2, extra fine, m boxes, 6 cakes; It exqulstt*perfumes, No. 1 . : .?: Orlsa-Savon-Inoorore, superior quality, T rose tea, white heliotrope and white violet t . Orlsa-Tonlea (extraot of plants) to cleanse the hair— new mown hay, n.oasroie t „ violet, etc ■ '■ ■•-*'- .'"•:.- Orisa-Powder— Flowers ol Carolina rlee ; . for softening and refreshing the > skin i In excellent boxes, with powdei . puff : - •) 'l:*. '■ Orlsa. Veloute— Flowers of rice powder, adhering to the skin, with the- pew- . fume of new moon hay F > O-jsA'Floweri (white and ambered}— Ai J excellent toilet water, tonic to the sweetly and delloately per fumod > Aqua-Orlia— New toilet water, refreahing, the skin -.. - Orlsa-Hay— A toilet water with . thir perfume of hew moon hay '4^-OrLta-Aolduline— Toilet vinegar, aromat'«r and disinfeotant, sneelally adapted for ladles' tolleta ' ' » Orisa-Sootch-Lavender — Sprigs of Sco eh lavender flowers ; a rloh toilet watei Eau-de-Oologne-Orlia— The high-life toilet water *& Orhu- Water— Concentrated and distilled^ Extraot of superior Eau de Oologno Gouttes-Orlaa-Dentlfrloe — An exliu fe» preserving the teeth jmd guau In good health and preventing deoayr Oriaa-Dentalre, H pafeW e» powder, fes whitening tha te«th wlthont afieoting the enamel -^ , », Ess Orlsa et Orlaa-Lys -- Perfemee for soentlng linen and the handkerchief without staining . - - - Orisa-OIl — Variously perfumed j for ten. aerlng the hair i«-ft and brilliant, and preventing oui falling oft -- Orlaa-Lacte (Oris* MUk)— A» amulaive lotion refreshing tonlo to the skin, removing sed spot* and preventing wrinkles on the face -, \ . .-> Creme Orlia (of Ninon de Lenolos)— Fc» ' producing a beautiful white complex* , lon with the elearnoss and velvety , . softness of youth Qrballne-Oolorante fthe best hair dye)— ,-. For instantaneously dyeing the hals\ any shade, and with no danger to. . . health. In boxes, eaoh with bruah ? comb, prospectus, and bottle; sr la > boxes, the bottle only without aoee% } sories * Bsa Orisa-Inoolore Violette of th* a most exquisite pe-f*m& nosegw of violets Em Orba Suave Waite Inellotropeß . " qu.t cf tht flower, '.- f, ;'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2027, 3 January 1889

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