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Pabli o Notlceg. » KEATTNQ'S LOZENGKh, Oldest and Best Congh Bemedy T7~EATING'B LOZENGES^ Jl\. Oldest and Best Ooagh Bemedy TREATING S LOZENGES. IX- Oldest and Best Cough Bemedy TT^EATING'S LOZENGEa i\ Oldest and Best Congh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ' Oldest and Best Oough Bemedy " KtfATiNG'S LOZENGifcS. "A Simple Fact About , KEATING'bUOUGttLOZUaGES Ask throughout the world, m any oouuiry ttiat can be named, yoa wilt fiud them largely sold. Thelv is absolutely no rem euy that Is : peedy m giving relief, bo certainly cure, and yet the most delicate can take them. One Lozunge gives ease Sold m la l£d ttnn. K EATING'S LOZENGES. Ooaghs, Asthma, Hoarseness TT^EAfING'S LOZENGES. ■ X- Oonghs, Asthma, Hoarsenei EATING'S LOZENGES. Coughs, Asthma, Hoarsenei K RATING'S LOZEJSGES, ._ Ooughß, Asthma, Hoarse mh K EATING'S LOZENGEd Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness

KEA llNG'tt LUZ M GJSB. ; , '* AMY DOUXOB WILL TBLL YOIJ'" there is uo better Uougn MediOtoe' thaa KigATUSG'c* LoZltNGEtf. , Oue gives roiief ; if yoa m&as isuia '.. coagn try th< m bac ouoe ; they , will cure, and w^y vrill not iojoro \ your liVsttlih; tuey uoutftla only, iU« paceat drugs, skilfully combined* ooid every waere m small lias.

Rating's Worn Taoiits.

A POK&L7 VEGETABLE SWEETM.EAX, botb m appearnnoe au4 taste, iuruiahing a must agreeable method of admlnißterlng the only certain remedy fot INTESTINAL or TtsiitiAD WORMS. It is a perf eotiy safe and mild preparation, and Is especially adapted for Children.-*-Sold is lias and Kotxlbs by all Chemists.

Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING LondOE' Export Chemist and Druggist,





THE PILLS, Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Neivous ayitem, and act most powerfully yet soothinelt on the * * . . .— * r

LIVER AND BOWELS, Promoting Digestion and Assimilation, and endowing the : whole bodily frame with' Strength and vigor. Nervous ■■" Headaches. Tremblings, with Lassitude and 1 Genera Debility, quickly yield to the potent force o these well-known Pills, and they are urn rivalled m theit emcacv m all ;; • ' ■ '

FEMALE. COMPLAINTS, i' ,'■ Removing all obstructions, skin blembhes pimples and boils, ; better than, any > oth* 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 powerf render it invaluable m all

• TJHROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, doting and healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and fof 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 Pill* and Ointment are mamuaeturft at No. 8, New Oxford »tn»t (iSrS , Oxford street, London), and are cold by til

Directions ior use m almost every laneuoire «*■ Purchasers should look to the^abel on Pot and Boxes. If iae<addreu and stree ore not on the? are spuiioui

Onza Perfumery/ 207, Rue St. Honore*. Parla. T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUOTfi

Savon-Orlsa (Orlsa Soap)— From the for* • male of Dr 9. BoveU. The best soap for rendering the skin white and toft# -, Sweetly and refreahlnely scanted (rose, green and white), Savon-Orlsa- Veloute, exqnUltely pat* famed for the toilet and batha Savon-Orlia Orlia Soap)--No, 2, extrasfine. In boxes, 6 oaken, 1% exquliitt • perfumes. No. 1 . Orlsa-Savon-Lieorore, .. snporlor , quality. ;" rose tea, white heliotrope a&d white violet

Ortia-TDnioa (extraot of plants) to oleaxist the halrr-new mown hay, wossroMy^ violet, etc. ... 0 Orisa- Powder— Flowein of Oarollna rloe j , for softening and refreshing thai skin } In excellent boxes, with powder l V. . pnff, s ' i: i; • ■■! OrUa-Veloute— Flowers of rloe powder, > )M adhering to .the skin, with; the pern. I fame of new moon hay Orkft-Flowen (white and ambered)— f Jkx)n ■ '''. excellent, toilet water, tonla to thto , ;i skin, sweetly and delicately pel'' 1 famed .. . ;. -j 4qa»-Orlia— New toilet water, refreshfaf < the skin , v Orlia*Hay— A totte water with tbt per- ■'•■ ' fame of new moon hay . . o t Orlsa* Aoldallne — Toilet vlnemr, ajromatle and disinfectant, speolally adapted h for ladles 1 toUebi - Qrlia>Sootoh-Levender— Sprigs of S«o eh v ' lavender flowers; a rioh toilet watee >^Oologua.Oilia— The hlfih-Ufe toU ' let water, ' - ■ ./ ■■-.-. Oflsa- Water— Concentrated and distilled-, Bxtraot of superior Baa de Oologna >< : < Gk>attos-Orlsa.Dentifrloe «*- An exlll* for

preaery ing the teeth and gams la good health and: preventing decay > , OrJia.-'Pentalre, tm paato or powder, fo • whitening tit* teeth without affeoting .. the enamel Eas Oriia et OrUa-Lys — Perfumes fot Boenting linen and the handkerchief without staining 0»li»-011— Vfjloualy perfumed ; i tot, ten derlng the hair »»ft and brilliant, an 4 ■>■ preventing 1 from falling off Orlm-Laote (Orlaa Milk)— An enrol,!™ lotion refreshing tonlo to Vhe skin wmovlng Bed iDoti. A nd preventing wrinkles on the laoe Oreme Orba (of Nlnox^ de Lcnoloa)— For ' Pfoduolng a be^ntUnl white complex. . lon with kbe olearness and velvety ' softness, of youth OtUallne-Oolotante f the best hair dye)— For Instantaneously dyeing the hall to any sfiade. and with no danger to hoaltn. In coxes, eaoh with brusei oomb, prospectus, and bottle j er in boxes, the bottle only without aooei sorles Eib Orlia-Incolore Tlolette of the Oar a most exquisite perfime quite a> nosegay of violets. . Eas Orlza Suave white heliotrope Booquet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2130, 9 May 1889

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