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Pnblte Wotieeg * f i -^ *£ THB "BED CROSS" PKHSBRVIN; ' COMPANY, : Chapel Street, South Yarra, viotfipia. pi ANNBD Tomatoes, equal to American \J and at same price; also P&chei, Pears, Apricots^ of the finett qnali^, and m heavy syrup. All thesa goixfs are manufactured under the Buper>isfon of Mr George James Ward, late of California. The Jams, Jellies,. Pickles, Tomaite Sauce and Assorted Sauces of this Company are well known to be better than any imported, 5 213 KEATING'B PPWD^B. ~" " KEATINiG'S POWJD3KR, KEATING'b POWDER. KEATING'S POWDEBi KEATING'S POWDEB. V v KILLS Bt^^t Bl£BlElso\ THIS ; jPQWDBR v qnite H&BlBiBfl3 to Animal Life, T>ti.t u nnriValleduVdeataoy1^" B**8 ** 9° okro aches> Beetlei. moths m Furs, and every other medea of insect. Bportsmen wUl T nndthto: invaluable for dtstroyiiig fleas m th«ir-' dogs, as also Ladiesior their pet dogs. THIS ABTIOLB hns found so GBBAT «■ BALB that it has tempted others to vend a eocallod article m iadtationir The Pnblio are CAUTIONED that> packages of the genuine Powder bear the autograph of THOMAS KRATI&Q. '' Sold m Tins only. ' ' " TO GET BID OP WORMB TO GET BID OF WOBMS TQ GET BID OF "V^OBMS TO GET^BII) (QP WdBMS h tfse the « abaolnte M remedy. KBIT - < WS WOBlf TABLBrS. A^SeJfT Vegetable BweatmeaV both inacMar*,- --_ ance snd taste, furnishing a m'tst anee- ' able method of adadnlaforin* th« onW ' «ert*la remedy fer iNTBSIIsrAi 88 '? ; ;i THBBAD WgBMB. It is. perfceSsafe and mild Pre;»r»ticn, -«id if especially adapted for WiWren, Bol*, m Tina by aU Druggfsts. W* ■ wwii Proprietor—THOMAS KBAI^G Lbndo» c *■ .'; : X-- ■"■!"• ■'."..,..:•'.'. l'- / : .''cSUOOESS THB BBBT TBsC O# <■ ,]■ .;■;;;_.■■- WQEa^.;\ . : . J:., ..-.;.';■■,. ffIHIS XJITIVEBSAL MEDICINE IS A JL_HOUSEHOLI)EBQUIBITBiv&f s .■;.-■, THB P ILL: S &'■ -^ Punfy the Blood, impart tone to the Nervout«y?gm# and act most iK>werfuUyyetsoothingl|- i Promotmg Digestien and AsshnilitiQE. and ; * .^iowmg the whole bodfly JSfS, gtrengfli and vigcr. Nervous HeadaK Tre^Bltags, jjria Lassitude and^Gienwa^ -'; -Debih^-auickly yield to the potent "for^S thcw^^Unown-PiJl^^d c 5 rivalled m their efficacVin all * ; _ FEMALE COMPLAINTS, v Removuig all obstructions^ sk&T bW^WiS " ? pimples and boils,, better than an* ethtf ;:i fcamuy medicine known. • : * ■'■< -Z "-'■- THE OINTMENT • V > HAS.AWORLD-WDE REPUTATION* , It heals every llnd of Sore, Ulcer^ind ■ Wound, more certainly than any other known v salve. Its marvellous penetrating power* '.. -U render it invaluable m all ~* *v*w : , AND CHEST DISEASES/^ Cnnng BroncbUw, Quinseys, andVAlttiiw, redacing , Glandular Lumpa/ doWiSd" s neahng. Abscesses ant 3Mula*psnd ' foi ~ " And Neuralgia it is unsu^assedi* Itnevb^ ■' fajlsto remove Scurf and CT«y species of 3? -:f ? ™ Pms and;; Ointment are manSciurt." ■ at, No. %, New Orford street <lsecsU: Oxford streeVLondon), and aWsoFbyS": Durections for use m almost every JiwMi* should look to the XftS 3 ' ; on Pot and Boxe*. If we «<Hres* knd sSt? v - are not on ; ti«* ate ipmriom -^- ™: ™<-;,.i Driza Perix^ 20?, Rne St. Honore*, ParUu ■ — T X GRAND'S SPECIAL PBODf CTS % Sayon*Or!sa (Orlfea SoupY—Prom the, foxmuleofDrQ.Reveil. The, best aoap - for rendering the skin white and! am. '/ Sweetly and irefreshln^ly \ sceiriea ' ' ' (rose, green and white). v • ' ; " SaTon-Orfaea-Yelonte, exquliitel? p«t« fumed for the toUet and bathi Savon-OrUa Orlia Sbap)— No. ft, «xtm ' fine. In boxes, 0 cakei, IS exquisite . = i perfume^ No. 1 . '. '"• .": ";,, Oriw-Savon-liicororo.' auperlo* aualit|r> '; ; rose tea, white hellotrbpe acid wllte "- ■ ■ violet - ■'■,''■■ ' '.'•.' '■■.-'. : ; ' : .:'/'\ :*"''-\. Ozto'Tonloa (axtraot of plants) to oleanie ' > the hair—new i^own hay,.«^ota»o|e, 1 ' violet, etc I: :')■].;:■ ' -:'■;;■'; •' ";"ii, : Orlia-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rice ; for softening and refreshing the ■kin ; In excellent boxes,, with powd« , '"•'■ . puff '■ ' '■' ''.'". ■ " '.':'..■ ' ..' / Oflsa.Veloute— Flow*ri of rioa pcfingefe ; . ■ i adhering to the skin, with the pw- ; *~ ; fume of new moon hay '' '^L. '',/.' ,'..' ■ Orisa^FloWerk ' . (whitiT and a»)i«ie4)--Aa : ' i exaellent toilet 'waUi, , fcß^ute,.^ 1 ' skin, iweetly/ imA delibaifi^; pcs "■ l : fumed ' :j J '', ' V ' :" : ' "V"'"V ''' "."' Aqa»-Orl»— New toilet water, tefieshlnfl ■•■ ;;■ the skin . ■'■' V : . : ■-■ '■■ r- 1 '■' ■■■.■* ~'\' Orlsa-Hay— A toUet water with the pet- ; fume of new moon hay V- .."•'■';■.. Orlia- Aolduline— Toilet Tinegai, ajosiutfe , ' and dislnfeotant, speolallf idapted t for ladles' toilets, ; '■■" OrL^*Sootoh>fcvendti-T&Mrlgi . o! Bt»> e> . i lavender flowers j i rioh toilet wate* „ EftU.de-Oologne.Orha— The high-Ufe toi. lletwatejf ' :: : : .- ' ■ ' ■ : : yZ' ....' ■ Ori»B-Wate»^-Oonoentr»ted and^dlittQed. . , ■ ' Bxtraot of superior Baa de Oolo«ir ' , , GouttM-Orli*.Dentlfrlce —An exlflr fo» . .: . ; preserving ' the', teeth and . CTwi r %; . •.■ " r ' good health and prerenting decay „'« . Oiiia-Dentalre, l"i puW oi povder, f o» whitening the te*th wlthoat »ffeoaii ' jtheeuamel .. ' . '/'.', '^,-.. . Bn; Oriia et Orlsa-Lys — Perfßmaifoi ' scenting Unen and '.the b^dke|^3|||l ; .',,. " ; wlthouiitalnlng '' .' ."' \.jy.^^ \ S 'J-'. ' OrtM-Ollr-Varlouily parfumed : lot wii?,^ ! doting the hair iaft and brilliant, and 1 : preventing or« falljng off ,' ' Ori^a-Laote (Orlia JUlk)— An emulsive lotion , refreßhlng tonk to the akin .- ' ■ semovlbg rad npati and preventing • ; wrinkles on the ftwe . • ; Creme Oela» (of Ninon de Lenolos)— Fo» : . , ' ' producing a beautiful white complex.' ion with the elearnesi and velvety • softness of youth OriiaUne-Oolorante (the beat hair dye)— Fot' instantaneously dyeing the halt any snade, and whh no danger to ' ' health. Is boxen, each whh brush Ca comb, prospectus, and bottle; et In : boxea, the bottle only without aoeea ■■- - sortes ..-...■ .. . ;.'" "V '•■' ' ' \*. B«s Orlwlncolore Vlolette of th» a most exquisite parfome nosegav^of vloletii > " v , Bu Orlia Suave whltd , bellotfopeß gnat cf the flowM. t -

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2042, 21 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2042, 21 January 1889

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