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Public Notices. KEATTJNG'S LOZENGES. Oldest and Best Cough Remedy E EATING'S LOZSNGES. OlrioHt and Bpgt Ooqgh Remedy ' ; BATING 8 LOZENGES. '" O'deet aoa Best Ooueh Remedy K EATING'S LOZENGES. . Oldest and Beat Ooa«h Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ' Oldest and Bast Onugh Remedy EATING'S LOZICKGkS. ' ' "A Simple Fact Aboui'MJ KE iTING'o COUGH LOZENGES Ask throughout ihe world, in any ooQDtry that csri bo named, you wih fiud them larg el y sold. There is absolutely no remeoy that Is to peedy id giving relief, bo certain to cure, Red yet the mosj; delioate osn tike them. One Lizenge gives ease* Sold in Is l£d tins. K EATING'S LOZENGES. Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness T^EaTING'S LOZfiNGas. JIV Oonghß, Asthma, Hoawenesj EATING'S LOZENGJfiS. Ooagba, Asthma, Hoarseness K EATING'S LOZBJHGES, ■ Uoughfl, Aathma, HoarianeH K EATING'S LOZENGES Obughs, Asthma, Hoarseness K"~ EATING'S LOZiSJNGiIiS. ■ A "Amy Doctor wu&l xbll tou" there is no better Cough Medicine than KKATINU'd LUZENGBS. One gives relief ; if you buffer from oough try them bat onae : they will oare, and they toill not lojtutt your health ; they oomatu only the purest drugs, skilfully combined. Sold everywhere in imall tins. Keating's Worm Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE BWBBTMEAT, both in: appearance and taste, furnishing a most agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy f of INTESTINAL or TdKKAD WORMS. It 1b a perfeotly lafe and mild preparation, and Is especially adapted for Oaildren. Sold in Tins and Bottles bi am, OfIEMIBTB. Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING Londos, Export Chemist and Druggist. SUOOESS THE BBS! TES WOBTH HOLLO WAY'S PILLS &JIKTMENT. THE PILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervoni Wjtem, and act most powerfiulyy etW othinglf LIVER AND BOWELS Promoting Digestien and Assimilation/ endowmg the whole bodily fframe^tfX Strength and vi|^. Nervous Headache*; Tremblings, mtE Lassitude and GenerT Debility quickly y,eld to the potent force o .these well-known^ Pills, and 'they aS"«a, rivalled in their efficacvm all • : FEMALE COMPLAINT& ' Removing allobstructions, »kl n blemfahes Pimples and bods, better than toy^S family medicine known. 7 THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION It neals every k o f Sore,'^SeS^M Wound, more certainly than an/otherl^Stt salve. Its marvellous penetrating W«I render it invaluable in all • .■-•""•» ••J > v w^f THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, anFSamW reducing Glandule Lump',, cS»LTTI healing Abscesses ant Futui«^^ r aUeviatingthe excrucia ing toSSol *" kheumatisWgout, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It nevei fi^tojemove Scurf and eve P rv specie, & at T No P 8 8 nL O^ 6^^ at mo. 8, New Oxford street (late <« Duections for use in almost every feu&uaee »«" Purchaser* should look to thTlabel on Ppt and Boxes. If me address and stre7 are not on they are •puriom t Dnza Petfumery* 207, Rue St. Hbnore*i(P«*i», i J E GRAND'S SPSOIAL ERODUOTB Swon-Oilni (Orlsa Soup)— Jv O m ,the lo> mule of Dr Q. Rev»U. The beat soap for rendering thqflk'ln.vhUe and wft. Sweetly and refreahihflfly seented • (rone, green and white); Savon-Orixa-Voloute, exquisitely ' hfa» . fumed for 4he toUet ; and batha " ; '■' Savon-Oriia Orlxa ' Soap)— Ho, extr» fine, in boxes, 6 pakei,, 12. exqnfiUa perl umesj No. 1 _ Orlxa-Savon-Inoorore, aaperloi qaallty, rose tea, white heliotrope and white violet. " '" Orii»-Tonloa(eitraot of plants) to cleanse tho 1 hair— new mown hay, r violet, etc. * l " '""•■•■"••• Orlw-Powder— Floirera of OarollhaHc^; for softening and refrelblng fn the ■kin ; In excellent boxea, with ptnrde* puff ;)il*a-Velonte— - Flowers - of ' flee powder, adhering to the skin, with the petfame of new mopn hay . „,,. ;-,- (white and ambere^)— Ai exnßllent iollet wator, 'tonlo to^thc skin, BweotJy »nd delloately 'pel fumed -. r - - -.:■;->■) Aqna-Orljn— New toilet watev, teheiinlng . the skin - "'\ . .:. ) .'.■; i oD_ Orbta-Hay— -A totfe, watet with the pef fuino of new moon hay .';■••.. /; .- Oriia-Acldollne— Toilet vlaegai, aronwUft and dlalnfeotant, ipeolally adapted fpr ladles' tolleta Orlia.Sopl;eh»liayenaßr— jSprlgs, otSb^oh , laVendoi fldwew j a rich .toilet wate» . Kau-de-Cologne-Oriw— The high-life tot- , ■ lot water ■ ; '" ■ '■ ' '\_- : ''''^ T ; ", ' Orlia- Water— Concentrated and distilled. Eitrsot of nuperior B»n do Cologne Gonttes-Orijw-Dentlft!iooi— -Aii exlliv foi . preserving the teeth L and ; gqmi " In. .., good* health and preventing decay < <. •-, Orlia-Pentaiire, M paat« ,0* powdert?ft>t whitening ihn teeth without affecting : tho enamel •. * Eas Orl» et prlM-^ya ,~ Peffomef foi Boonting linen- and th« handkerchief without staining *■<■;.'■■■•■■ ' Oriia-OU—VMloußly perfumed j foi ren aerlng tho hair §of t and briJlUnti and preventing 1 from fa ling off <■:,.::. Orln-Laote (Orlia ilUk)— An emulsive lotion refreshing tonto to the ekln removing S3d Bpot» *nd preventing wrlnklea on the *iftoe Orcme Orlxa (of Ninon de Lencloß)-^-^oi . prodnolng a beaotlfcl whits complexion with the oienrneiß and velvety BoftneM of youth Otiaaline-Oolorante best halrJdf e) — Fot inßtsntaneonnly dyeing the half to any onnde, and with no, danger to health. Id tppxes, eaoh with bnuh oomb, proapefctuß, "and bottle; •* In boxoa, tS§ bottle only without aooei aories Ess Oriia-Inoolore Vlolette of thr Oar % most oxquielte porfnmo quite a noapgay of violets Hm Orlta Suave white heliotrope Boa-. qnot it tha flower "* f Printed and Published by the Publishing Company (Limited), at their Steam Printing Office, Burnett Street Wednesday, April 3, 1889*

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 3 April 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2101, 3 April 1889

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