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I Pablio NotJcea., . . [THE "BED GROSS* FBESERVINj' CX)MPANY,Ohapel Street, South Yarra, ViotdHa, pi ANNED Tomatoes, eqnal to American \J and at same price ; also Peaches. Pears, Apricots, of the finest quality,' and m heavy syrup. All these goods are manufactured under the supervision of Mr George James Ward, late of California. Tho Jams, Jellies, Pioklea, Tomata Sauce and Aeeorted Sauces of this Company are well known to be better than any Jmportod, 5 213 KEATING'S POWDEB. ' HEATING'S POWDER, KEATING'b POWDER. KEATING'B POWDEH. HEATING'S POWDEB. KILLS BUGS, FLEAS. MOTHff, BEETLES. THIS POWDER is quite HARMLESS ta Animal Life, but ib unrivalled m destroy. «*J? IeBB » «, Bn8S » Oo^oaches, ?eetl«, JSioths m Fura, and every other specie* of insect. Sportsmen will find toil invaluable for d stroyW fleas In thaii dogs, as also Ladies for their pet dqga, THIS ARTICLE has fonnd bo GRBAT a BALE that it has tempted others to vend a so-culled article m imitation. The Public are ►CAUTIONED that packages of the genuine Powder" bear the autograph of THOMAS KBATING. Sold m Tins only, TO GET RID OF WORMS • TO GET RID OF WORMS TO GET BID OF WORMS TO GET BID OF WORMfr Use the "absolute" remedy, KB ATING'S WORM. TABLETS. A pnxely Vegetable Sweetmeat, both m appearance and taste, furnishing a meat agreeable method oi administering thftonlv certain remedy for INTESTINAL Oft 9 THREAD WORWb. R ■&%'■■s%&£ safe and mild Preparation, and is especially adapted for Oldldren, Sold m Tina by all Druggists. ; Proprietor— THOMAS KBATINO London SUGOBSS THE BEST TEST OF WOBTS HOLLO WAX'S PILLS & JDINTMENT. THIS PILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nttvtou on th"' "MMt powerfully yet soothingly sr>" .. Li y? R AlsTi) BOWELS, Promoting Digeshen and -Assimiktipa, and endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and vigcr. Nervous HeadaS T re "^s, wi% Laaitude «Dd-(S Debihty quickly yidd to.the potent tforcd™ these weil-known Pills,; and are%ai ».' rivalled m their effidaicv m all • *•:.«»-' _ FEMALE COMPLAINTS, ' „ Removing all obstructions, skin blenftWa " EElm. lm ? leS aa . d . bo^> L better than any oS family medicine known. ■ •■ • ft THE OINTMENT J HAS A WORLD. WDE REPUTATION, c w l4 i^ alB evei 7 Vm * of Sore, Ulcer and c Wound, more certaimy than any other known ! salv , e - * ts farveUous penetrating power* g tender it invaluable m all t™wci» Q THR0 D AT AND CHEST DISEASES, 0 Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Astluia. n reducing Glandular.. Lumps, closiifcawi V h * al ™g Abscesses ant FfstulasT^nd ™ 1. aUenatmg the excruciating tortures of , . . „ RHEUMATISM, GOOT, ■ And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. Itnerer B rem °ye Scurf and every species of iH« • Oxford street, London), ud m »ld br L Directions for use m almost every lanfftuun 1 Purchasers should look to tiiTlibS . on Pot and Boxes. If vie address and iSSi j are not on they sue npuriom i .. . .. '. 1 I Dri^sa Perfiimery. ; 207, Rue St. Honors, Paris, LE GEAND'S SPECIAL PKODUOTS ' Savon- Or iza (Orisa Soap) — From the fot* I male of Dr Q. Re veil. The beat soap ton rendering the skin white and aeffc Sweetly and refreshios[ly socofttd (rose, green and white). ■••-<•■■-. ' Sftvon-Orl«a-Velonke, exqnlsltely par* [ famed for the toilet and bath* •*■ ■"■ Savon-OvUa Orlm Soap)—- No, 2, ektn 1 fine, m boxes,, 6 cakes, 18 exquiatti perfumes, No. I Orlaa-Savon-Inoorore, eaperloi qnallty, rooe tea, whlto heliotrope and whitt violet . • ; • 1 Orlsa-Touioa (extraot oi plants) to oleMflat the hair— new mown bay, WosnoMr violet, etc . • ' • Orl*a-P6wder--Flowers of Carolina tieej , fox softening tind- refreshing the ■ skin 1 m excellent boxes, wUhpowdet puff ' ' \ '"'" .-■■'' ;L>J^-'" l - 7 —'- Oiiia-Veloute— Flowers of doe powder, adheeing to the'ikin, with the pei> fame of new moon hay Orisa>Fl6wer* (white and ambered)— Ak excellent toilet water, tonic to tht skin, sweetly and delioateiy pet fumed •::■••■■<•; Aqn»-Ori«« — New toilet water, lehreshing ■ the skin Orixa<Hay — A toilet water with the pcx a fame of new moon hay '• Orixa* Aoldnline— Toilet vinegar, aromatio and disinfectant, specially adapted for ladles' toiletb Orlm-Sootoh-Lnvoncler — Sprigs of Bao oh lavender flowens ; a rich toilet wr>te» Eau-de-Oologne.Oriut~-Tfee high-Hfe tok let wates '■' • ; ' Orisa- Water— -Concentrated and dlstlUed, Extraot of superior Ban de Cologne GoottcD-OjilM-DentiMoe — An ixluir lot ■» preserving the teeth and gams In; good health and preventing decay Orixa-Dentaire, 1^ ;«»td or pofrder, for whitening th« te»th without affeotlng - the enamel r. Ess Orisa et Orin-Lyi — PerfomM foi soenttag linen and the hancUcereLlef ; without staining . ' ' ' Orlsa-Oil— • Variously perfumed f tot ten aering the hair »%ft and brllllant| and I preventing o?-* falling off - # : Orlia-Laote (Orisa Milk)— -An amulalre lotion refreshing tonlo to the skin removing red spots and preventing wrinkles on the Jaoe Oreme Orixa (of Ninon de Lenoloß)— For pr odnoing a be«citifal white complexion with the clearness and velvety -*■ softness of youth OrlstbUne-Oolorante ftbe best hair dye}— For lnstantaneoiasly dyeing the hair ' : any shade, and with no danger td healtfa. Id boxes, each with bsftuti i oomb, prospeotoe, and bottle | it 1 In boxes, the bottle only without aocai sorles ' ' •■" Blei Oriia-Incolore Vlolette of (the a moat exquisito peri ame noßOgay of violets Sis Orlia Suave white heliotropeß qnetttf thafloweir. f

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2041, 19 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2041, 19 January 1889

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