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Public TEE "BED CROSS" PBESERVINi ' COMPANY, Ohapel Street, South Yarra, Vlotoriat /^AFNED Tomatoes, equal to American \J and at same price ; also Peaches. Pear*, Apricots, of the finest quality, and m heavy syrup. All these goods are manufactured under the (supervision of Mr Goorge James Ward, late of California. The Jams, Jellies, Piokles, Tomata Sauce and Api-orted Sauces ojf this Company are well known to be better than any imported, 5 213 KEATING'B POWDER. ' KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING'b POWDER. 1 KEATING'B POWDER, KEATING'S POWDER. KILLS BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES. THIS POWDER ib quite HARMLESS to Animal Idfe, but is unrivalled m destroying Fleas, Bugs, Oockroaohes, Beetla, Motna m Furs, and every other specie* of insect. Sportsmen will find toil invaluable fot destroying fleas m tntlr dogs, as also Ladles for their pet dogs, THIS ARTICLE has found so GREAT a BALE that it has tempted others to vend a so-called article m imitation. The Public are CAUTIONED that » packages of the genuine Powder bear B o?dTS P Snly. ffIOMAS K^ TIN& ' ~" - > TO GET RID OF WORMS TO GET RID OF WORMS TO GET RID OF WORMS TO GET RID OF WORMS Use the _•« absolute!' .remedy, KBAT- • CTCPS WORM TABLETS.^ Ajpnzely Vegetable Sweetmeat, both m appearance ©rid taste,' furnishing a most agree* able method of administering the only 2&&2"% B £& *« 3DRTBBI3HAL OB THREAD -WOEW&? It is a perfectly safe and mild rPreraraticn; »nd is especially adapted for Children, Sold m Tina by all Druggists. , Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING London ■ ■ ' •■■■"■■■■» SUCCESS THE BEST TEST OF , WOBTH ;■•. .■--.. HOLLO WAY'S PILLS &JINTMENT, THIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS A where. usehold 'THE PlLlfs v-Punfy the JBlood, impart tone to the NervoM system, andact m^powerftu^yetsoo^l, . LIVER AND BOWELS. Promotfng and Assimilation, and endowing the whole .bodily- ' frame'^with Strength and vigor., Nerwwt Headaches! T«mbW wi& r Lassitude indS Debility quickly yield to the potent forte o these wefl-known Pills, and they « v?, rivalled m their efficacy m all . . '-- ' FEMALE COMPLAENTSr ? Removmg all obstructibns, skla blcidWiei punples and boUs, .than anyoS family medicine known. ■'• THE 1 OTtfTMENT HAS^A WORLD.W(DB REPUTATION. It heals every Ifod o f Sore, Ulcer^and ZT ' more certa^y than any other kn^n salve. Its. marvellous ptoeteting''pdwer» render it mvaluable m all . " f THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and AsJhtea, reducing .Glandular . LumpW clo«uig^S heahng Abscesses anc ; .rStulas,^ ftj aUeviating the excruciating tortures of And Neuralgia^it is unsuspassed. It nerer figs^to remove Scurf and every species of 3d nf T^ eP ? s^. d Ointment are manutectttre at No. 8, New Oxford street (late n£L ?%* at ?^,'^W d «*-tt**e sold by dl Durection» for iusein almost every languor* on Pot and Boxes. If trie addressand ttreV are not on they arc tpariom » *nr Oriza Perfumery* ' l 2o7ißue 3t. fionord, Pattoi T B GBAND'S SPECIAL FJRO^ITOTS JL-4 -. . . . - .. . ; .■ .■ -. .. ,-■- .....1 Skvon-Orlza (Orln SbapV-j^om the for* mule of Dr Q. RevtU. The beet Map , for rendering the sklo whitewadarat. Swestly and refreshingly X Mimed (rose, greeft and white). / ,; "• " V Savon-Orba-Velouto, eiqulaltely pei» . famed for the toilet and batbi .-" Savon-OrUa Orlia SoapJ—No,: 2, extra fine, m boxes, 6 oakesyiS exquliUe • perfumes, No. 1 ' . " ■ , ' ' ;, ;^ Oeka-Savon-Incorore, superior qnallty, rose tea, white heliotrope and wKl^ ' violet .. .„..;: .'. •.',..', V-.' , '^. Orltt-Tonlca (extract of plants) to emust* ' the hair— new; mown hay* caOMrpi*, viciet,. eto,. t „_:_:•__" J """: Orlia-Pqwder— Flowers, of Carolina, rloe; i > for' [ ■dftenlng Und ' refreshing -the skin j In exoeilenf boxes, with powder Orlia-Velonte— Flowera of rloe powder, adhering to -the akin, with the pai? fame of new moon hay ,r , a Orlsa-Flowerk (white and ambered^Ak oxsellent iollet water, tonlp to tht ■kin, sweetly and dello^elj pef fumod ' ..;, „ t Aqna-Orlia— New toilet water, tefitdilnft the skin • . ' . '>• .•" ■ , "'''".; V.I Orlia-Hay— A toilet water wljUl '. the praf fame of new moon hay . Orlxa-Acldullne—ToUet vinegar, aromatlft and disinfectant, ipeolally adapted* for ladles' toileta ... , ; ' v, Orlxa-Scotoh-Lavender— Spiflgi of, S««> all lavender flowers ; .a rloh,tollet jratw Eau-de-Oologne-Orlsa— The high-lift toil, .lot water .. '. ..' , • ..'. , ..■• ; Orlia- Water-— Oonoentrated and dlotUled* Extract of inpedor San de Qologne ,', ? j Gontteß-Orlsa-Dentlfrloe — An exUTr fot preserving the teeth v snd- gams In health and preventing decay ,..., Orlia-Dentalre, k paati or poirder, foi whitening thi» te*th without affebtlng. ; theeiiamel. . . . ' „ - J Em Orlwl et Orlaa-Lyi — Pcrftjme* fe»t ■oentlng linen and the handkeie!:!^ without ifeftiln X ..~ . l^ J^ Oirlia-Oll— Veilbusly perfumoii ; f or r«a [ '■ aerjng the hair vs>t t and brilliant, anqV ; preventing ora falling off" > Orlia-Laote (Orlia Milk)— An emulsive lotion refreshing tonlp to the skla! : removing red npotg and preiventlng ' wrinkles on the laoe • . • . ' „ Orema Orlna (of Ninon de LoncloB)H-Fo* producing a beautiful white complexion with the clearness and, Telvetjr, softness of youth ' . ; Orlzallne-Oolorante fiha best hair dye)— \ For lnstantaneousiy dyeing the hair ' any snade, and with no danger to' health. In boxes, each with brqsh \ «omb, prospootus, and bottle; m In , boxes, the bottle only without acoea '", Boriei Ess Orlia-Inoolore Ylolette of the ','-'/ a most exquisite perfume •. nosegay of violets .' : ..'...-" 'Su Orlaa Suave white hellotvopeß "' '''. { quet cf the flowav. |

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2046, 25 January 1889

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