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"K^ EAT^J_ G ' S LOZENGES. -i-^. Oldeet and Best Coogh Remedy T>-J-ATING'S LOZENGES X-k. Oldeat andjgeqt Cough Remedy KEATING S LOZENGES " Oldeatand Beat Oouah Remedy EATINGS LOZENGES; " Oldeßt and Beat Congh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES ""^ | Oldest and Best Oough Remedy KWATIISG'S LOZENG-^T "" "A teiMPLB Faci About KEATING'fcUoUGHLOZENGES Ask throughout the world, m any oouotry that can be named, you will find them large<y sold. Thelt is absolutely no rem edy that Is peedy m giving relief, so certainly oure, and yet tbe most delicate can take them. One Lozenge gives esse Sold In Is Hd tins. KEATING'S LOZENGES. Oougbs, Asthma, HoarseneM KEATING'S LOZENGES. Coughs, Aathma, Hoarsenei EATING'S LOZENGES. """" Coughs, ' Asthma. Hoaraenee jy EATING'S LOZENGES. -**^* Coughs, Astnma, HoarseneM KEATING'S LOZENGES "^ Coughs, Aathma, HoarseneM KEAiING's LuZaNGES. "" ■• amy Dooiob will xbll you" there is no better Cough Medidlna than KEATING'S LuZifiNGEtf* Oue gives relief j »f you suffer from cot. i try them but once : tbey wUI euro, ana tbey will not iniare your health ; tbey contain only iht purest urogs, skilfully oomblned* *aoid everywhere m small tlnsV ; 1 _«a_ng. mm mmi A PUKELST VEGETABLE SWEKT* MI-AX, both In appearanoe and taste, furulsbing a must agreeable method of administering tne only cetuin remedy fut INTESTiN-_L or TxiUEaD WußmS* It Is a perfectly aafe and mild preparatloo. and U especially aaaptea for Children.— SOU) I» 'XIHS jUHD UoTELES BY at.t. CaEiasis. iTopxioior— THOMAS KEATING Lond«J Export Chemist and Druggist, — N ■ ' SUCCESS THE BEST TES WOfiTH HOLLOWAY'S ' pills t mm. /|IHIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS'Ja JL^^USEHOLD BEQUISITE EVBBt THE PILLS 'ZPurify the Blood, impart tone.to the Nervous syston, and act most ppwerfuUy^yetsoothia^r LIVER AND BOWEL'S. ' * Prpmotfng Digestion and : AsjimUatioH, all endowing the whole bod%*rame' wS Strength and vigor. Nervous HeidaS Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genem Debihty quickly yield to the potent forced these well.knpwn Pills, and arT\_f, j rivalled m their efficacy mall "•'■ «■* I .FEMALE COMPLAINTS, I Removing all obstructions, skin blemirfiea i pimples and boUs, better than anyToS i family medicine known. THE OINTMENT , HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION ; : It heals every k of fik^ So?2_! i. Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating power* '{ render it invaluable m all power* THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and AstSa. , reducing Glandular Lumps, dostag^J i heahng Abscesses ont Fistulas, and Jot alleviating the excruciating tortures of RHEUMATISM, GOUT And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It nev__ feihuo remove Scurf and every species ofskT The Pills and Ointment are manuuetur* at No. 8, New Oxford street (latest Oxford street, London), and are sold by all cSdWorfr 4 LiDCS 7 tS Directions for use inolmost every longuaM «»" Purchasers should look to theTabV on Pot and Boxes. Ifuw^ddre ssand itree ore not on they ore spurious -T^T

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 22 May 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 22 May 1889

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