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l|n f ' ni ~- mmmm^^ m^^mm-»B_-__^^ 1 Public Noticea j THE »-BBD OROS9" PBESEftVIN; J COMPANY, I Chapel Street, South Yarra, Victoria. pi ANNED 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 of Mr Georgo James Ward, late of California. Tho Jams, Jellies, Pickles, Tomata Sauce and Aborted Sauces of this Company are well known to be hotter than any imported, '6 J. 13 KEATING'S POWDER, j KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING'S POWDER. KEATING'B POWDESV \n KEATING'S POWDER. - ' J&ltL^^ - FLEAS. Lmoths, BEETLES. THIS POWDBR » quite HARMLESS te Animal Lifo, but is unrivalled m destrovfe^T'.? 08 "' 9°ckroaohes, Beetle.* Moths m Furs, and every: other species of inßecc. Sportsmen will flh£ this / invaluable fot destroyiug fleas m: theii dogs, fia also Ladles io. their peVffogs, THIB ARTICLE has found so GEEAT a SALE that it has tempted others to vend a so-called article: m imitation The Publio are CAUTIONED that packages of the genuine Powder bear the autograph of TfIOMASIC__AX f INO. Bold m Tins only. ; : 7T7ii TO GET RIB OF WORMS TO GET RID OF WORMS . TO GET RID OF WORMS TO GET RID OF WORMS > Use the "absolute", remedy* ___ AT. ING'S WORM TABLETS. A purely Vegetable Sweetmeat, both lv appearance and taste, furnishing a -most airee- , able roethod of adnunlatarmi?- the onl» certain remedy fer INT^TINAL OR THREAD WORM*. ItW'pWectly safe and mild Pre- araticn, and is especially, adapted for- UMldren, Sold m Tina by all Druggists. Proprietor— THOMAS EEATINa London BUCOESB THE BEST TEST OF WORTH HOLLQW AZ^BPILLS AjfIMENT. THIS UNIVERSAL MEDIOINE IS A REQUISITE EVEBY THE PILLS i Punfy the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous system, and act moat LIVER AND BOWELS, ••! Promoting Digestien and Assimilatio_4 art endowing the whole bodily ;_m_£s£s Strength and vigor. NerVdus^He^fiea: Tremblings, With Lassitude »'aatfTgJ3 Debihty quickly yield to the potent Mb*& o — v y? n i n ? wn _ c Pi^. *nd *Uey w oni rivalled m their efficacy m all -**<"■■- _ FEM-ALE qOMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, skm blewfihes pimples :and bods, -better than aoyrs£ family medicine known. ■ . ; , *y ; THE OIrTjMENT '; HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTAWow It heals every k ,c 0 f SbE^ffi'S SvT ' SVS_ f ly ** W-*« -*£m •?'■ •_ • "afvellous penetrating powers render it invaluable m all power* THROAT AND CHEST DISEA-Wcs Curing Bronchitis, QrfS^^.. SH C „ ,^ g A ? landnlU LUm P S » clC*£gTSd healing, Abscesses an. FJsmlavTlS for allemtingg^excruciatingtort^of, a a wr RI *?UMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it ia" unsuspassed. It never diseUe. remOVe SCWtaad c A^ e *°"3_r « «o, e> New Oxford street f late " : . ._ £&_. ' t _r% t rt^h' Md are'iSd-iby s^ S£d World?* LiDeS «****•* .Dictions for use m almost every laWnac* I on Tot aud Boxes.- If iae address frrf _\aZZ | are not on they are spuriotw "" fl * lreftr Driza Perf^ 207, Rue St. H^noreV Parte, LE GBAND'S BPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orlia (Or bia Soap)— From the tprmule of Dr P. Kertil. f Thcftiest soap for rendering the ■kin white endwoft. Sweetly •■ and refreshingly Minted (rose, green and white). ] -' Savon-Orlsa- Veloute, ; exquisitely . . perfumed for the'toUet-and baths ' Savon-Orlia, Orlsa Soap)— -No. 3, extim fine. In boxes, 6 'cakes, 18 exquisite; perfumes. No. I ( , .< OrlM-Savon-lnoorore, super.br quality, rose tea, white heliotrope and whlt« violet Orlsa-Tonlea (extraot of plants) to cleans* the hair— new mown hay, .wotsroM, violet, et0. ..-..;: OrLsa-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rloe r for softening and refreshing tht skin j In excellent boxes.,' with powdei pnff '. : ; ;;■.. : ; Orlsa* Veloute — Flowers of rloe powder, adhering to the skin, wish the -perfume of new moon hay Orlia-Flowera (white and ambered)— Aa. extent toilet water, tonlo to tht : skin, sweetly' and ',- delloately - per fumed ". J Aqua-Orlia— New toilet water . irefreshln__ the skin . A'.rT'r^ Orlsa-Hay— A toilet water with the perfume of ne*v moftn hay Orlsa- Acldullne— Toilet vinegar. aroo_att_t and dUslnfeoUnt, specliUly iul*pte-l for ladles' toilets Orlia-Sootoh-Lavendor— Sprigs of See els lavender flowers ; a rloh toilet watea Eau-de-Oologne-Orlia— The high-lifd toilet water Orisa- Water— Concentrated and distilled. Extraot of superior Sea de' Oofbehe Gouttes-OrLia-Dentlf rloe — ■ An Mtlfr foi preserving the tee-J,, and . r gim_s m good health, and pwVens_n| I ttdß_jy Orlsa-Dentaire, N.paat, or potrdet. for whitening tlvs te«th without, ailectlng the enamel . , " ""' "■'■' Ess Orlsa et Orlia-Lys — Peifikieu foi soentlng linen nnd tho hahdkexcLle! without siainlng \ \"[ . °' J Orlsa-Oil— Variously perfumed; 1 "loi ren dering the hair *^ft and brilliant, and . . preventing bja fa r Uln_| off n Orlsa.Lapte (Orlsa HUk)-An emulsive lotion refreshing' tonto,' to th'6 1 Mn. removing sed spots' and preVentin* wrinkles on the face Oreme Orlsa (of Ninon de Lenolos^-Fot producing a beautiful white oopiplexion with the olearness and' velvety softnoss of youth A'', Ortiallhe-Oolorante fthe beaVhaLt'dye)— , For Instantaneously dyeln_; We hair any snade, and with no danger to health. Ie boxes, each Vittt brush comb, prospeotos, and bottl.e 1 : ' ? er fa boxes, the bottle only wlthbttt'acccs f sories Ess Oriia-Inoolore Violette of the a moat exquisite perfume nosegay of vlblots Ess Orlia Suave white hellotropeß quet c f the flower, : ■' : : ' • f

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2059, 9 February 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2059, 9 February 1889

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