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Public Notices - THE "BED CBOSS" PBESERVINr COMPANY, Ohapel Street, Bouth Yarra, "Vlotorift. /"BANNED Tomatoes, equal to American \J and at same prioo ; also Peaches. Pears, Apricots, of the finest quality, and m heavy syrup. All these goods are manufactured under the supervision o£ Mr George James Ward, late of California. The Jams, Jellies, PickJes, Tomata Sauce and A Bsor ted Sauces of this Company are well known to be better than any Imported, 6 213 KEATING'B POWDER. KEATINGKS POWDBB. KEATING'B POWDEBi ! HEATING'S POWDEB. j KEATING'S POWDER. KILLS BUGS, PLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES. THIS POWDER is. quite H&BMLBSS to Animal Life, bat is unrivalled In destroy, ing Fleas, Bugs, Cockroaches, Beetier* Moths m Futa, and every other species of insect. Bportamen will find this invaluable for destroying fleas m thdi dogs, as also Ladies for their pet dogs, THIB ABTIOLB has found so, GRBAT » BALE that it has tempted others to vend a so-called article m imitation. The Public are CAUTIONED that packages of tha genuine Powder bear the autograph of THOMAS K&ATINCI. Bold m Tina only. ' *""****"*' ■ ■ '. V TO GET BID OP WORMS TO GET BID OP WOBMS TO GET RID- OP WOBMS TO GET BID OP WOBMS Use the "absolute" remedy, ; >KEATi ING'S WOEM TABLETS. A, purely Vegetable Sweetmeat, both m appearance and taste, furnishing • niost agreeable, method of administering; (the only certain remedy fer INTBSTINAL OB THBBAD WOBMS. It isVperfcoUy safe and mild Prtj araticaV' and it especially adapted for Children. Sold m Tina by all Druggists. , „ Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING Londoa ■ '!■ i : '-■■ ' .'. L I \ SUCCESS THE BEST TEST Off WOSTH HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AJNTipT. mHIS UNIVERSAL MEDIOINB IS A EEQXJISITB BftEß* THE PILLS Purify the Blood,. impart tone to the'Nervoui aystem, and act most powerfully yet lotfthinglj t> .^"Yv? 11 AN i> BOWELS, - Promoting Digestien and AjaimiUtioa. and «ndowmg the whole ' -frame with Strength and vter.r Ner^us [ lfSl«chdfc i^iw 8 *- i ?%«'£***&*{ and lT Nßener2 thew wefl-known-Pffl^ 'and"" they are urn nvalledui their efficacvtn all ~ FEMAiiETi COMPI2A3rfJT3S, Remoymg all obstnictiqnsi MnltiaUAe* punples, and boOs, . better than anjh otha fomQy medicine known. THE OINTMENT : H^ S k A . WORLI 5. WfDE REPUTATION, tir "f 818 evei 7 k tad of S6rt, v Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any other/known reader itS^HffiSl W " fWI ? '*"" THROAT AND CHEST DISEASE'; Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and' reducing- Glandular Lump % ; drj^Z*^ healing Abscesses ant -FishjW^lX fiS alleviating the excruciating tortSof a a kt GOUT^ ; And Neuralgm it i, unsiijassed. Ifnere. at No. 8, New Oxford street (late" <** Oxford stree^Londonrand^ildby s^! S&tt^ft* D^ectiOHS for Sse 4 in almost every lanffuan Pu f«*«sers should fodk 1 to thTlabd on Pot and Boxesr "If u» ad 4re«t and i£eT are not oa the? are ipurioui Oriza Perfumfelry. 207, Bne St. Honot^, Earl*, . T E GRAHD'g SPBOIAL PBQpigOTS Savon- Or lza (Or lia Soap)— Fr bin th« for* mule of Dr P. Re veil. The fcea^ map for rendering the skin white •&& aofk Sweetly and ! refreshingly ' ; (icMited (rone, green and white). . T Savon-Orlw- Veloate, exquisitely • - pex* famed for the toilet and b»th« ; Savon-Orlxa Orln Soap)r-Nb, jjjixtft fine, tn boxes, 6 cakei, It exqUalU perfumes, No. 1 ' : : !1;J Orlia'Savon-Inoorore, inperloi cmalit j t rose tea, white' neUotrope'ftna White Violet ■ .; ■. . . ; -„■, • .. „: : ;.-.•; . of?."{ Orlia-Tonlca (extraot of ,p!»n||)^qidffanM the h»lrr-new mown hay } ' violet) etc ';,■■' "' '■' ' Orl«a-Powder— Flowers of Oarollna rloe ; for softening and refreshing tha ■kin j In excellent boxes, iU'lih pdWdei puff': •■■ : - ; ■-■<:- ' -ki-' PfUa-Yeloatt— Flowers of rlos poirdet, . adhering to the skin, with ihtypetfameof, newfinoon hay ( ,, „ ; , Oilia-Flowen (white andTambered)--- Ax excellent toilet water, tonlo to the akin, sweetly and delloatelf pei fumed ; c '^ x ' Aqua-Orlia— New tollefr^water, lefvething theikln Orlsa-Hay— A toilet water with thtjier* fame of new moon hay V Orlsa> Acldullne — Toilet vinegar, . ■ronwtlo and disinfectant, gpeowlly adapted for ladleiVtoUeta /. ,-'., Orlia-Sootoh-Lavender— Bpilgi.of fyy) eh lavender floweri ; a rloh toHei,wiat«i Eau-de-Oologne-Otlsa— The-.bJgh-Ura^tol-let water • - Orlw-Watei— Concentrated and dirtllled, Bxtraot of superior Ban de Cologne Qoatteß-Orln*DentiEjrloe r-.Axi exifl;,foi preaervbg the. teeth and ? gamp In good health . and preventing decay Orta'Dentalre, H paite. or powdwr,, foi whitening tha te«th without affeo^lng the enamel :', ;J . ny , Hu Orlsa et Orlfa«Xtyi — ; Perfoniea- foi eoentlng linen and th» h»adk,eitdL3ef withont ■tainlng \, .'-,, -' . ■ Orl»»-OU— Variously perfumed ; foi. fen dering the hair i^f t andbrjlliuit^«nd preventing om falling off -„ ■. s Orlw-Laote (Orlia Milk)— An ennJilre lotion refreshing tonio to the skin removing sed spota And preventing wrinkles on the Kaoe , . Oreme Orlsa (of Ninon de, Lenclo*)— For producing a beaatiful white opmn|ez* lon with the clearness and velvety softness of youth . .:■ Orhallne-Oolorante fthe best halt, dye)— For Instantaneonsly dyeings the hall any snade. and with no dangei to health. Id boxes, eaoh. with brmh comb, prospeotos, and; bptt|e jt» In . boxes, the pottle only wlthpak aooM *■ sories ■ ............. „.;. t~.4 Bis Orlia-Incolore VLolette of tha : a most exqulsito perfume' - . ;,,.r r nosegay of violets , .... Ess Orlia Suave white hsllo.tiopeß qnet c I the Jlowaii, .■'•.■.. c f v

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2050, 30 January 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2050, 30 January 1889

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