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, Public Noticesr KEATTNG'S LOZENGES. Oldest and Best Congh Remedy TT^EATING'S LOZENGES^ ' XV Oldflat and Beat Qopgh Remedy TREATING S LOZENGES XV Oldest and Beet Oourfi Remedy TTZ-EATING'S LOZENGES: ~~ XX. Oldeet and Beat Congh Remedy ' X' EATING'S LOZENGES. ' Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZttNGJiS. "A Simple Fact About" KEATING'b COUGH LOZENGES Aak throughout the world, m any country that can be named, yea will find them large l y sold. There is absolutely no remedy that is bo peedy m giving relief, so certain to cure, and yet the^moat delicate can take them. One Lozenge gives ease. KSold mls l£d tlna. •- EATING'S LOZENGES. , Coughs, Aathma, HosraeneM KEATING'S LOZENGES. Oonghs, Asthma, Hoarseness EATING'S LOZENGES. Oonghs, Aathma, HoarieneaiKEATING'S LOZENGES, Coughs, Asthma, Hoarse new TT^EATING'S LOZENGEi -EX Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness TT^EATING'S LOZENGES. """*' JLV. . ''Asr DOCTOR WILL TELL TOT/ 1 * there is no better Cough Medioina than KEATING'd LOZENGES. One gives relief ; if you suffer from cough try them but onoe : they > will oure, and they will not lnjare your health j they contain only the purest drugs, ekllfulij combined, bold everywhere m small tins. feting's Won Tablets." A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEBT--1 MEAT, both in^ -appearance and taste, furnishing a most agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy foi INTESTINAL or THREAD WORMS. It la. a perfectly safe and mild preparation, and la especially adapted for Children.— SoiD m Tims akd Eotxleb : »_ i_a Cbemisxs. Prepnetor— THOMAS KEAITNG London. Export Chemist and Druggist. SUOOESS THE BEST TES WOBTH HOLLOWAI'S PILLS _ JDITMENT. THIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS A w_r_,s? USEHOLD EVEB# WHERE. THE PILLS . Purify the Blood, impart tone to the NervoiM system, and act most powerfully yetsoothinrff on the . *^ M LIVER AND BOWELS. Promoting Digestiea and AssimilatfoH, and endowing the whole bodily frame- with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headaches. » re ™l ),m S 8 ! ,*-» Lassitude and, Genera Debihty quickly yield to the potent force o . these weU-known Pills, and they are un. . rivalled m their efficacy m all 9 FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, skin blemishes pimples and boils, better than any otha family medicine known. 9 THE OINTMENT » HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. I It heals every k- of Sore, Ulcer and I Wound, more certainly than any other known o salve. Its "arveUous penetrating powers i render it invaluable m all 7 THROAT. AND CHEST DISEASES. . Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Aathma, .. reducing Glandular Lumps, clc*in^___ , healing Abscesses ant Fwtalas, fo? alleviating the excruciating tortures of 9 RHEUMATISM, GOUT. • And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never b Sli° remove Scßrl and ever F B Pecies of ski; " .'5 eP S Is^ ld Oktaent are manulacture at No. 8, New .Oxford street (late <_i , ,, Oxford street, London), and are sold by att ! C^WorS teDt ««-*^ J -* t _*Ji cc t lons for use m almost every _a__ua_e ) ™T pa f cha «ere should look to OieXabel . on Pot and Boxes. If uae address and stree ( are not on they are spurious i ___^ _ i Orisa Perfiimerye J 207, Rue St. Honor., Paria, , [. T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS I I Savon : Orisa (Orlaa Soap)— From, the formule of Dr P. Reveil. The beat soap for rendering the akin white and M>ft» ' Sweetly and refreshingly scented (rose, green and white). . Savon-Orixa-Veloute, exquisitely per* fumed for the toilet and bathe ' Savon-Orixa Oriaa Soap)— No. 2, extra : fi^e, m boxes, 6 eakei, 18 exquisite perfumes, No. 1 Orisa-Savon-Inborore, superior quality,/ rose tea, white heliotrope ana white ; violet 'J Orlea-Tonioa (extraot pf plants) to eleania the hair — new mown hay, | violet, eto. 4 -V Orlsa-Powder— Flowers of Oarollna;_Ioe; for softening and refreshing the * skin ;iu excellent boxes, with powder . P-ff . Orlaa- Veloute — Flowers of rice powder, . adhering to the skin, with the pet*. fume of new moon hay , Orisa •Flowera (white and ambered)-rA> excellent toilet water, tonic tO: thf akin, sweetly and delioately pel fumed Aqua-Orlia— New toilet water, refreshing the skin OrUa-Hay — A toile water with the pe|fume of new moon hay Orlaa-Aoiduline— Toilet vinegar, aromatle. and disinfectant, speoially adapted for ladies' tolleis Orlia-Sootoh-Lavender — Sprigs of Sw eb lavender flowers j a rloh toilet water Fau-de-Oologne-Orlxa— The high-life toilet water Orlaa- Water— Concentrated and distilled, Extraot of superior Eau de Cologne Gouttea-Orin-Dentifrloe -r<An exllu for preserving tho teeth and, gums m gbod health and preventing decay ; • Orlxa-Deatairo, fo past, or powde^, for whitening th* teeth without affeptlng^ the enamel Eu Orlia et OHxa-Lya — Perfumef foe soenting linen and the handkerchief without ntainlng . * Orlsa-Oil— Vrilously perfumed ;, fo. ren aetlng the hair i «ft and brilliant, and ': t preventing I from facing off .^ ' ■ Ortxa-Lacte (Oriaa Milk)— An emulsive lotion refreshing tonio to the skin ; removing sad spot, and preventing wrinkles on the face Oreme Orlaa (of Ninon cle Lenoloa)— For producing a beautiful white complex- i ion with the clearness and velvety softness of youth Oiiaallne-Oolorante fthe best hair dye)— - For instantaneously dyeing the hair to any snade, and with no danger to - health. In boxes, eaoh with brush comb, prospeotus, and bottle; er In boxes, the bottle only without aooes - : aorlos Ets Orlxa-Incoloro Vlolette of the Car a most exquisite perfume quite a , nosegay of violets ■ Si 'm Orlaa Suave white heliotrope Bou. quetc fthe flower I Printed and Published by the AsHBUaroN Publishing Company (Limited), at their Steam Printing Office, Burnett Stree' . „ __ O Th^ay, Aprils IBB^

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

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

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