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Public Kotices K EATING'S LOZENGEB. Oldest and Best Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGEBV Oldest and Best Cough Remedy EATING S LOZENGES. Oldest and Best Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. Oldest and Best Coagh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ' Oldest and Best Oough Remedy KJSATING'S LOZENGES] "" " A Simple Fact About KEATING'b OOOGa LOZEN GES Ask throughout the world, in any oountry that can be named, you will find them largely sold. Their is absolutely no rem eoy that' is peed; in giving relief, so certainly cure, and yet the most delicate can take them. One Lozenge glveieaie Sold in Is l£d tins. K EATING'S LOZENGES. Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness T7"EATINQ'S LOZENGfIS. JLJa, Coughs, Aethma, Hoarienat K EATING'S LOZENGES; Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseget K EATING'S LOZENGES, Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness tiATING'S LOZENGES . ■ .; . ~ Coughs, Asthma; HoaneneM KICATING'tf LOZifiNGES, ■ •• Ahy Doozob will tell tou " there is no better Ooogh Medioine than KEATING'ci LOZENGES. One gives relief j if you suffer from coogn try them bat once : they vMI oure, and they will not in jar a your health ; they oohiain only the parest dtage, ikiifutly oomblned. Sold eveiy where in small tins. Rating's Worn Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE B WEBTMEAT, both in appearance and taste, furuishlng a must agreeable methp4 of administering the only oertain remedy for INTESTINAL or TtiitEAD WuRMS. It is a perfeotly safe and mild preparation, and is espeoialiy adapted for Children.— Sold in Tibs and Bomis by all Chemists. , Proptietor— THOMAS KEATING London Export Chemist and Druggist, : euooEsa the best tes WOBIH HOLLOWAY'S PILLS & JNTMIT. mHIS UNIVERSAL MEDIOINB' IS A X HOUSEHOLD BBQUISITB EYBBX THE FILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous system, and act most powerfully yet soothingly LIVER AND BOWELS, Prompting Digestien and Assimilatioß, aad endowing the whole' bodily frame with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headaches! Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera Debility quickly yield to the potent force o thcic wcU-known Pills, and they ate u&, rivalled in their efficacv m all FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, skin 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 in all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. |. Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Attiumu „ reducing Glandular Lumps, doting and Q healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and fo? alleviating the excruciating tortures oi * RHEUMATISM, GOUT, * And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never e fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski ■ disease. '■ The Pills and Ointment are manufacture at No, 8, New Oxford street (late 533 i Oxford street, London), and are sold by all 1 vendors of Patent Lines throughout the . Civilized World. "* 2 Directions for use in almost every language I WF Purchasers should look to theLabe . on Pot and Boxes. If we address and'stree _ are not on the? are spurious i ' • ...... 1 * ; Oriza Perfdmery f 1 207, Rue Si. 'Honore", Par?*, ) F E GRAND'S SPECIAL PBODUOTS f Savon- Or ixa (Orina Soap)— From the fof> mule of Dr P. Reveli. The be*t soap 3 for rendering the skin white and soft. 1 Sweetly and refreshingly sctated \ (rose, green and white). . Savon-Orlia-Velonte, exquisitely : pel' 1 fumed for the toilet and baths'--1 Savon-Orisa Oriia Soap)— Np, S, 1 extra fine, in boxes, 6 cakes, £9 exquiattt perfumeo, No. 1 . , Orlaa-SaTon-Incorore, superior quality. , rose tea, vhlte heliotrope and"white i violet ' J ! Ortaa-Tonioa (extraot of plants) to oleanse [ the hair— new mown hay, 1 violet, etc 5 OrUa-Powder— Flowers of Oarollni rios | r for softening and refreshing the I skin ; in excellent boxes,, with powder I PUff. ..; • .;, . Orlsa-Veloute— Flowers of rice powder. 1 adhering to the skin, with the pet--1 fame of new moon hay r OiUa-Flowerk (white and ambered)— Ai > excellent toilet water, tonlo to thf 1 skin, iweetljf and deUcately pat 1 fumed . ..; , iqua-Orlia— New toilet water, rtfreshlnf the skin . OrUa-Hay— A toils water with the per* 1 fume of new moon hay Oriia- Aolduline— Toilet vinegar, aromatle and disinfectant, specially adaoted forUdies'toUets , I Orisa.Sootoh-Lavendei — Spvlga ofScoeb i lavender flowers 1 a rioh toilet watat 1 Eau*de*Cologne>Orisa— The high-life toilet water 1 Orlxa- Water— Concentrated and distilled, 1 Extract of superior Eau de Cologne L Gonttes-Orlsa-Dentifrioe —An txtilt fot 1 preserving tho teeth and ' gnmi In i good health and preventing deeay 1 Orlsa-Dentaire, in past^ or powder, fo 1 whitening th« teeth without afleoting ; the enamel [ Ess Orisa et Orlm-Lys — Perfdmet fot soentlng linen and the handkertUel : without staining . Orlaa-OU— Veztouily perfumea ; l oj ten aerlng the hair s*f t and brilliant, and preventing! f com falling off > Orbia-Laete - (Oriia tfllk)^-An emulsive lotion refreshing tonlo to the skin removing sed spots and preventing I wrinkles on the )?ace Oreme Orhta (of Ninon de Lenolos)— For produoing a beautiful white complexion with the olearness 'and velvety softness of youth Orballne-Oolorante fthe best hair dye)— For instantaneously dyeing the halt to any snade, and with no danger to health. Id boxes, each with bruses oomb, prospeottiß, and bottle; ei In boxes, the bottle only without aooes eorles Ess OrUa-Ineolore Vioiette of the Oar a most exquisite perfime quite a nosegay of violets. Ess Oriza Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower. PVvnted and Published by the Ashbvrto Publishing Companv (Limited), « their Steam Printing Office, Burnett, Street. t Bo Wednesday, Jane sth, !88e^

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2143, 5 June 1889

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