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KEATING'S LOZENGES, Oldeat and Best Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES ' Oldest and Best Congh Remedy EATINGS LOZENGES. Oldest and Beat Oouah Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES: Oldeatand Beat Coagh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ' ,; ' Oldest and Best Cough Remedy KtfATiNG'S LOZENGES. " A Simple Fact About | KEATING'bOOUGHLOZEINGES Ask throughout the world, m any country tbat can be named, you will find them largely sold. Their is absolutely no rem cay that is peedy m giving relief, so certainly euro, and yet the most delicate ban take them. One Lozenge gives ease .\ _ Bold m Is lid tins. v TT-EATLWS LOZENGES. JLX Oonghs, Asthma, Hoarseness KEATING'S LOZENGES. , Oonghs, Asthma, Hoarsenee EATING'S LOZENGES. "~ . Coughs, Aathma, Hoaraenee IZ EATING'S LOZENGES, '~ JEX Coughs, Asthma. Hoifubiu If EATING'S LOZJMGES r " JEW Coughs, Asthma, Hoeheaese KEATING'a LOZfIiWGES. ' " amy Dootob will tkll *ou" there io no better Cough Medioine than KEATING'S LOZENGI&*. One gives relief ; if yon auffer from oough try them but once .* tney will oure, and they toill not Injure your health ; tbey oontalu only the purest drugs, skilfully oomblned* Sold everywhere m small tlni, Aeatmg's worn Tablets. 1 A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both m appearanoe and teste, furnishing a moat agreeable method ef administering the only oertaln remedy lit INTESTINAL or TnREAD WORMS. It la a perfeotly safe and mild preparation, and la especially adapted for Children.— Sold ur Tins and Bomsa by All Chemists. Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING, London* Jfooport Chemist and Druggist.' SUOOESS THE BEST TBS WOfiTH HOLLOWAY'S PULS #_OINT__ENT. mma uniyebsal medioinh ih ▲ imqvmmVmnai ' THE PILLS, Purify me Blood, impart tone to the Nervoai iyitetyandaet most jiowerfally yfet -AiMagg on the „/■.> ■• V ** LIVER AND BOWELS,, Promotmg Digatien and AssimUatkm,' and endbwing the whole bodily fcaro iritt Strength and vigor. Nervoui HeauWe? Tremblings, .with -Lassitude ond^SSS' . Debuityqmckly yieldto the- potent force © ; ,Uiew, v weU-known, Pilla,. and they aratmi I rivallea in thefr m&rth all - ' T i ! FEMALE COMPLAINTS, " ! Removing all obstructions, skfn bleaabhea ; pimples apdTboilsy} better than any otha i tomUy medicme- known. HAS A WoS^J^MLTATIbNi | It heals every It .of Sore, Ulcer Wound, more certainly than 'any other'fc_un£ salve Ita: marvellous penebathra. dowS s render it invaluable m all ■.< : - ! >? fZpi? ; THROAT ■ Cunhg Bronchitis, QuinseysV auT^S__. reducing Glandular Lumps, d6^_Tand healing Abscesses ant FishilaaTand fat aUeviating the eicruciating tbhures of -■a o_ KH ?VMATISM, GOUT? And Neuralgia -it is unsuspassed.; Ithevet fails to remove Scurf and every speciearfaßr disease, ■> " ' — The PUls and Qintaen. are-^uiacture 1 at No. 8, Nt^? Oxtotd street Ua&Tsvi Oxford Btreet,Londoh), and are .oh? oi Si Directions for use m almost every hnzut*. iW Purchaser, should lbok'to WfiS? onPptandßox^i. IfweaddreMantf sa*So« are not oa they ore spurious •, ; > * . Oriza Pemutf6ryi 30^ Rue St. HonorAP^ *' J ' ' f EGBto'ssPEojtS^^iy^ aavon-Orlaa (Orlaa Soap)- From tie foi*. mule of Dr P. Revell. Tha beat soap for rendering the skin white end eoft. Sweetly and: refresnihglfc seentad (rose, green and white). * „ -^ Savon-Orbw-Velonte, exquisitely raw famed 1 for the toilet and hatha . " Sayon-Orija Orh4 *%tfft^^ perfumes, Nd. X »iDTfT?< Orlaa-Savon-Inoorore, superior quaUty. roie tea, white heliotrope tod vrnftr' . . ,violet ■ j* -.„ r ,^- P' 11 *??^? W»ot of plants) toeleaose . the hair— new mown hay, -oasroje, violet, eto. .. Orlia-Powder— JJlowera of Carolina ifots for softening and refreshing the akin j In exoeUent boxes, with powder puff — Orlaa* Veloute— Flowen of rice powder. adhering to the akin, with tho per' fume of new.*noonhay Orlse-Flowen (white and ambered)— Aa ' exoeUent toilet water, tonlo tothf skin, sweetly and delloately per fumed - *T; *4qua*o : i ift _^ tw ioq^ m^^. tafttohlni t •' theiUn o-.-r^m* Orln-Hay— A telle water with the per fume of new moon hay *.< , Oriaa-Aoldullne— ToUet vinegar, aromatic and dislnfebtant, apecfiilly adapted , fdrladle■ , toUete/ -* fc Oriia-Scotch-Lavonder— Spilga of Se*>eh i • lavender floWera* 1 enrich toilet; watot ( Eau-de-Cologne- Orlaa— Tbe htgh-Ufetbl. 1 i" let' water ■-.•>■«-».. ».... -»7._ Oriia- Water---Oonoentrated and dlstUlsd, ' Extraot of superior 1 Erf doTOoIcST Gouttes-OrUa-DSntlfrlce — ' Atf .aJllf foa [{reserving the teeth and gums In good health and preventing deoaV Orisa-Dentolre, In pastd or powdS. fo whitening thlo teeth' withoat anaetlnt ■ , the. enamel '' ?-.»i*ojs Ess Orlaa' et Orlta-Lys — Perfumei fee SSffi?J_W *4 W'flHSr:: wlthbht staining ' - '■''* ~ ■' •' Otlae-OU- Varioiisly perfumed • fo* rea derlng the hair i»ft and brilllahV; and i preventing i from falling off ' ' ■ rT^ Orlaa-Laote (Orlaa MUk)— An emulsive lotion ref resiling tonlo to the^Bn removing eed spots and prevehtlnip wrlnklM on the fads Chreme Orlaa (of Ninon de Lenoldi)— foi producing a beautlfql white complex. lon with the clearness and velvety softness of youth' Orlaallne-Oolorante (the belt hair dye)— For Instantaneously dyeing the hall to any anade, and with no danger te' ! health. In boxes, each witbTbruiei oomb, prospeotus, and bottle; erl» boxes, the bottle only without aoeej soriei ' Bas Orisa-Incolore Vlolette of thenar a most exquldte perfeme quite a nosegay of violets. - Esa Orlaa Suave white heliotrope Bon*» r quet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2139, 31 May 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2139, 31 May 1889

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