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Public Notices. KEATING'S LOZENGEs, Oldest and Best Cough Remedy

KEATING'S LOZENGES. Oldest and Beßt Cough Remedy

KEATING 8 LOZENGES. Oldest and Best Ooueh Remedy

KEATING'S LOZENGES. Oldeßt and Beßt Cough Remedy

KEATING'S LOZENGES. Oldest aud Best Cough Remedy

K RATING'S LOZENGKS. "A Simple Fact About KEATING'toOOUGHLOZEWGES Ask throughout the world, m any oouotry that can be named, yon will find them largely sold. ' Their 1b absolutely no rem edy that Is peedy m giving relief, so certainly cure, and yet the most delicate can take them. One Lozenge gives ease Sold m Is lid tins. KEATING'S LOZENGES. Coughs, Asthma, Hoarsenesi

KEATING'S LOZENGES. Coughs, Asthma, Hoarsenei

KEATING'S LOZENGES. Oonghs, Asthma, Hoaraenei

"TT^EATING'S LOZENGES, JOS* , Oougbs, Asthma, Hoarsenesi

KEATING'S LOZENGES Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness

KEATING'S LOZISNGES. fi Any Dootob will tell you " there is no better Cough Medlolne than KEATING'S LOZENGES. One gives relief ; if you suffdr from cough tiy them but once : they will oure, &ud they will not injure your health ; they contain only the purest drugs, skilfully combined. Sold everywhere m amall tins.

Ktating's Won Tablets.

A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both m appearance and taste, furnishing a most agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy foi INTESTINAL or T a BEAD WORMS. It is a perfectly safe and mild preparation, and is especially adapted for Children,— Sold m Tins and Bottles by all Chemists.

Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING Londott: Export Chemist and Druggist.

SUGOESS THE BEST TES WOBTH HOLLOWAY'S PILLS & OINTMENT.

mHIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS A ± HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE EVEBX WHERE.

THE PILLBj Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous system, and act most powerfully yet soothingly on the LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Assimilatioa, and endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headaches, Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera Debility quickly yield to the potent force o these well-known Pills,. and they are an > rivalled m their efficacy m all

FEMALE COMPLArNTS, Removing all obstructions, skfn blemishes pimples and boils, better than any othe family medicine known. THE OINTMENT

HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous 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, and for alleviating the excruciating tortures of

RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease.

The Pills and Ointment are manufacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (late 533 Oxford street, London), and are sold by all vendors of Patent Lines throughout the Civilized World.

Directions for use m almost every language ■S" Purchasers should look to the Label on Pot and Boxes. If me address and stree are not on they ue spurious

Driza Perfumery. 207} Rne St. Honore*, Paris, T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orlsa (Orisa Soap)— From the for* mule of Dr P. Reveil, The, beat soap for rendering the skin. white and soft, Sweetly and refreshingly scented (rose, green and white). Savon-Orlsa- Veloute, exquisitely ' per* fumed for the toilet and baths Savon-Orlsa Orisa Soap)— No. 2, extra fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, 18 exquldta perfumes, No. 1 i. >p. Orlsa-Savon-Incorore, superior Quality, rose tea, white heliotrope and whjjta violet ' •,: ,..''" f,'. „['-. Orlxa-Tonlca (extraot of planks) to eleaiise the hair— new. mown hay, t^ouroM, violet, etc, ( ' Orlsa-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rloe j for softening and refreshing the akin ; In exoeUent boxes, with powdei pnff .."...,: : .*, Orisa- Veloute— Flowers of rloe powder, adhering to the akin, with the perfame of new moon hay ' Orlsa-Flowerb (white and ambered)— A\ exsellent toilet water, tonlo to the skin, sweetly and delicately per fumed Aqua-Orlsa— New toilet water, refreshing the skin Orisa-Hay— A toile water with the per* fume of new moon hay Orisa- Aoldullne— Toilet vinegar, aromatic aud disinfectant, spealally adapted for ladles' toilets . ..-.., „i

Orlsa-Scotoh-Lavender— Sprigs of $e.<j) eh. lavondor fi&wera ; a rich toilet water Bau-de-Oologne-Orisa— The high-life toilet water . \' r . Orisa- Water— Concentrated and dlatillea Extraot of superior Eau de Cologne 1 ; Gouttes-Orlxa-Dentifrloe — An exUlr for preserving the teeth, and gumi,ln good health and preventing. decay iri( Orlia-Dentalre, lit pasta or powder, fo whitening thi* teeth without affecting the enamel '"•> Ess Orisa et Orixa-Lya — Perfumee lor Boenting. linen and the handkercilef without staining

Orlsa-Oll— Variously perfumed j fo* ren derlng the hair s>ft and brilliant, and preventing! from failing off Orlsa-Lacte (Orisa Milk)— An emulalva lotion refreshing tonlo to the akin removing red spots and preventing • wrinkles on the face Oreme Orisa (of Ninon de Lencloß)— For {hf odnolng a beautiful white complex* on with the olearness and velvety softness of youth Ortealine-Oolorante fthe best hair dye)— For Instantaneously dyeing the hair to any shade, and with no danger to health. In boxes, eaoh with bruses comb, prospeotus, and bottle j er la boxes, the bottle only without acces Boriea Ebb Orlsa-Inoolore Vlolette of the Oar a most exquisite perfume qoite a nosegay of violets. Ess Orlaa Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower. *

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2126, 4 May 1889

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