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Public Notices. I— — KEATIJSG'S LOZENGEs, Oldest and Best Ooogh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. "~" Oldeafc and Beat Qongh Remedy EATINGS LOZENGES. 9 . Oideat and Best Oough Remedy KEATING'** LOZENGES: OJdeat acd Beat Ooagh Remedy T7' EATING'S LOZENGES. ' ' Jl\_ Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy T7"KATING'S LOZENGES. . \ JA. "A Simple Faci About" KE ATING'a UOU.ua LOZ-UJttGES Aek throughcufc the wcrla,^ iv any country that en bo named, yon will find them )arg e ly sold.. There 1b absolutely no remedy that is so peedy m giving relief, eoeeitftln to care, and yet the must delicate can take them. One Lczinge gives eaae. Sold m U lid tins, K EATING'S LOZENGES, ; Coughs, Asthma', Hoarseness K EATING'S LOZENGES. Coughs, Asthma, Hoarsenei EATING'S LOZENGES^ Oongbs, Asthma, Hoanenei RATING'S LOZENGES. * . Ooughs, Aathma, Hoaneneis K EATING'S LOZENGES Coughs, Asthma, Hpariensiß TT^JHATING'S LOZifilSGliS. * JCStm *'A»ypOOTOBWUi XHLL YOU 11 there is no batier Cough Mediolne than KEATINO'o LOZfIJNGBS. Oue yiv s leiicf ; if ycuVuffer from cougtt <ry them Lut uuo'e!: they willuam, aua ihaj will no* Id jure yuur health ; they oonUtn only the purest drugs, Bfcllfollj oomblned. bold everywhere io small tfna. Kfafin^Wom^Tablcts. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both m appearance and taste, furnublDg a most agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy for INTESTINAL or THREAD WORMS. It Is a perfectly safe and mild preparation, and is especially adapted for Children.— Soid m Tiss and £oraas bt al» Chemists. . . ',' Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING Londoaj Export Chemist and Druggist, SUCCESS THE BEST TBS WOSTH HOLLOWAY'B PILLS & JINTJttENT. mHIS UNIVEBSAL MEDIOINB IS A J. HOUSEHOLD JiEgUIBITB BVEE? THE PILLS Pur\fy the Blood, impart tone to the Nervotti tyitem, and act most powerfully yetsoothinglf on the „ LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestien W Assin^ilatioa, taxi endowing th 6 l whole v bodfly frame with Strength and vig> r. Nervous Headachea, Tremblings, with Lassitude and' Genera Debility quickly yield itd the potent 'force o these well-known Pilla^ and they., are on rivalled m their efficacy m all " ,-. T FEMALE COMPI4INTS,' Removing all obstructions, skm blemishes pimples .and bpus, better: thaniany othe family medicine, known, .- •- -,; .■-, . f .-' THE OI«TMENT r HAS A ' WORLD-WIEIB REPUTATION. It heals every k of -Sore;! Ulcbr and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marveUoii* "penetrating powers render it invaluable m all THROAT AND CHEST,. DISEASES, Curing' Bronchitis,' Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing . Glandular Lumps, ! closing and healing Abscesses ant Fistulas,' aid fo» alleviating the excruciating tortures oi RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed, It neve* fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease. • : .*. •?■■•. r. ■-'■ : The Pills and C^ntmcnc «ue mtndficture at No. 8. fcfcw., Oxford street (late 53a Oxford s&eet, 1 London), and ar« sold by aU vendors of Patent Lines tnrbtighout the Civilized World, ■•-- - "•—'.--. Directions for use m almost every lancuaca »- PuicMasers'sbbuldTlook to theLabel on Pot and Boxes. If ui_e address and stree are not on they are spuxioni 207, Rue St. Honore", Pml». T E GRAND'S BPEOIALPRODUOra Savon-Orlsa (Orixa Soap>—From the formale of Dr P. Revell. The best soap for rendering the skin white *and soft* Sweetly and refreshingly scented (rose, green and white). :t Savon-Orhu-Veloute, a exquisitely j per* fumed for the toilet and baths ; Savon-Orlxa Orisa -Soap)— No. 2, ■ extra fine, In boxes, 6 oakes, 18 exquisite perfumeo^No. 1 , : T OrlM-Savdn.lnooroie, superior qoallty, rose tea, white - heliotrope and twhlte . 'Violet i >! . ' ■ ■ :*■ m .-. -1 Orlii'Tonloa (extraot of plants) to eieansa the nair~-new mown hay, uoaurose, vloletiete. n I Orlsa-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rloe j fox softening and refreshing the ■kin j In exoeUont boxes, with powdei puff Orlsa-Veloute— Flowers of rloe powder, adhering to the skin, with the perfume of new moon hay • '.i^-'; Orlsa>Flowen (white and ambered)— A& excellent toilet water, tonle to thr ■kin, sweetly: and. delicately" per fumed ■ ■ „.-■■: -••:•;.-. t . '[ Aqua-Orlsa—^ew toilet water, refreshing itheslUn- ■■.•■■ m- .ri Orlsa-Hay—A toile water with tha per- > fame of new moon hay ] h ■ : Orlsa-Acidnline— Toilet vinegar, 'aromatio and disinfectant, specially 1 ' adapted for ladles' toilets r.*i ■>•?s Orlsa.Scotoh-Laverider^-Sprlga o^Siu eh lavender flowers ; a rich tollei Water Eaa-de-Oologne-Orlia— The hlgh*Ufe toilet water . • f .: Orlsa-Water— -Concentrated and dlatOled • - Extraot of superior Eau de Cologne Gonttes;Orlsa«Dentlfrloe ! — An exlltt for preiervlng the teeth' toi gums In good health and preventing decay -, Orisa-Dentalre, l«n paSto or powder, for whitening Uv» teeth' without affecting , theenamol . - : ?- "' •■.':•-■•■■( I Ess Orisa et Orlia-Lys — Perfomes for scenting linen and the tiahdkercLSef without staining :; ;^ ' Orlia-Oll— Variously perfumed j for rea ( aetlng the hair i^ft and brilliant, and preventing I from falling off ' ' Orlia-Lacte (Orisa &lilk)— An emulsive lotion refreshing tonio to the skin removing sad spots And preventing wrinkles on the i?aoe ' " > Oreme Orln (of Ninon de Lenclos)— For produolng a beautiful white oomplexion with the olearneiM and' velvety softness of youth- - - Orbaline-Oolorante (the best hair dye)— For Instantaneously dyeing the hair to any, a&sde, and with no Ganger to health., In boxes, eaoh ;wlth brush oomb, proipeotus, arid bottle; « Io boxes, the bottle, only without aocea sorles . ■ :: ■■■■•": •• " '-'■ ' "■':; : E«i Orlia«Iaoolore Vlolette of the Car . a most exquisite, perfume quite a nosegay of violets ' '.. J : Em Orlia Suave white heliotrope 800. quet cf the flower. ' l I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2106, 15 April 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2106, 15 April 1889

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