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EEATrjNQ'S LOZENGES. "" Oldest and Beat Coagh Remedy E EATING'S LOZENGES Oldßßfc and Bgat QonghJEtemedy EEAXI^iQS LOZENGE^., Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZiSNGES.! > Oldest and Best Cough Remedy T7 EATING'S lOZENGEB. ' XSL Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy KWATING'S LOZENGJES? r Z " 11A - SiMPiffi :Faox Abdut KE ATING'b CO OGH LOZENGES Aek throughout the world, m any oouotry \bul c^n .be earned, you will find theud largely>olcL Their la absolutely 'no rein coy that is - peedy In giving Teller, bo cetUlnly curt>, and yet the moat delicate oaa take them. One Lozenge gives ease Sold In Is l£d tins. KEATING'^ JLOZfiNGES.r, ,-.-/ Qoußhs, ABJAima',; Hoaneneu K EATING'S LOZENGES. Oonghs, Asthma, Hoareenw EATING'S LOZENGES. T . . Coughs, Asthma,.Hbarsenea T7' JfiATING'S LOZENGES,. Jla. ' Coughs, Asthma, HoarsentM TT^EATING'S LOZENGES JljL Oonghs, Aflthma, Hoariene** T7 EATING'S LOZdJSGES' JjL •• Ahy Dootob wuai xkli tou " there is no better Cobgti Madioine • thaa KEATIJS«'*i LUZifINGEa. i- One gfvea relief; if you suffer from obrigh try them but onoe; .they - wiU cure, and they vnll not Utjoro your health; they oomain only the purest drags, skilfully combined. 86! d everywhere m small tins, Keating Worm TaDUs. A PURJfiLS*'VEGETABLIfi SWEETMEAT, both m appearance' and taste, furnishing a must agreeable method of administering the only certain remedy ft* INTESTINAL or TaKEAD WORMS. It la a petfeotly wkfeand mild prepaimtioo, «nd la especially adapted for Children*—Sold m Tins and Bottles by-all Chemists. Proprietor—THOMAß KEATING Londom Mport Chemist ardJDrvgguit. BUOOESB IHB BEST TBS ' wosza ■ HOLLO WAI'S • PILLS OINTIffIT. mmß UNIVEBSAL MEDICINE IS A JL HOUSEHOLD BEQUISITB BVKBT THE PILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous system, and act most powerfully yet soothingly LIVER AND BOWELS, * Promoting Digestion and AssiruUaa'oa, and endowing the whole bodily frame' irith Strength and vigor. Nervous jrleadaches Tremblings, with Lassitude and-Genera' Debihty-qtuckly yield tcr the potent force o the»t vwefl.known Pills,"and ? / they are an rivalled in'their efficacy m all" , FBMAOJ COSIFLAINTS, Removing all'obirtructions, skin blemit&es : pimples and boil^ better than any oth« faniDy medicine known. THE OMTMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. It Aeali every k of Sore, Ulcer- and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating -powerf render it invaluable m all THROAT' ANt> CHEST DISEASES, Caring Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, doting, and healing Abscesses anc Fistulas, and' foi alleviating the excruciating tortures of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, ... And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It nevet tails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease. ■ The Fills and Ointment are manufacture at No., 8, New Oxford street (late 533 Oxford street, London), and are sold by jOJ vendors of Patent Lines throughout tka Civilized World. * '^ Directions for use m almost every language . ■■" Purchasers should look to the Law on Pot and Boxes. If me address* and stree are not on they axe spuriom --•■-■; Driza Perfumery; , 207, Rue St. Honore*, Paria. , jT E GBAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon- Orisa (Orisa Soap)—from the for- ■ mule of.Dr 9. $eyell. The best soap for rendering, the akin white and: soft. Sweetly and refreshingly snwltiii (rose,green and' white). , .;. Savon-Orlsa-Veloute, exquisitely >\ per fumed for the toilet and baths t ■■- Savon-OrUa Oiriia Soap)—No, 2, extra fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, ti exquisite . perfumes. No. 1 . : Orfsa-Savon-Lioorore, superior quaUsy, rose tea, white heliotrope ancsjvUtt violet Orlsa-^onioa (extraot ol plaat»)jfeeleans« the hair—-new mown hay^rioiiroM, violet, etc ' Oriu-Powder—Flowers of Carolina rlee % ' for softening and refreshing 1 /the skin; m excellent boxer, with powder - pnff Orisa«Ve!oute—Flowers of rioe powder, adhering to the ikta, with' Slit* perfume of new moon hay < "'■ '' Orlsa-Flowerk (white and ambered)—At excellent toilet vatar* toala to the ■kin, sweetly and delicataly ' ptr fumed iqua*Orlia—New toilet water; refrtaMnf the skin Orlsa-Hay—A toUe water with the perfume of new moon hay Orlsa-Aolduiine—Toilet vinegary ■rom Mile and dlslnfeotantj' Rpedfalry adapted for ladies' toilets - * . ' ** Orlsa-Scotoh-Lavender—Sprigs of Scoch 1 -lavender flowers! a rioh tolled water Eauida.Oologne.Orha—The high-lift tol« let water . OrW■water—Concentrated and distilledExtrslot of. saperforEau de Oologinr Gouttes-Orlsa->Dantiiride <-r- An eslUf for preierring Sha teett 1 Md'^nau m good health an.dpMver^tlngtteclf 1 Orha-Dentaire, f« pasta dr jpoWder, "fo whitening th* teath without aieittng : the enamel • ! ' -' Ess .Orisa et Oiixa*Lys — Perftunei lot scenting linan and 'the handkertl&f without staining Ortia-QU—Variouily perfumed J fd* ren deslng the hair »»ft and brilliant, and preventing 1 from falling off Orlsa-Lacte (Orisa MUk)—An emnWy. lotion refreshing ionlo \o thauln removing sad npots and preventing wrinkles on the face" Oreme Orisa (of Ninon de Leaoloa)--For producing a beautiful white opmplex* lon with the olearneis and velvety softness of youth ' Orlsaline-Oolorauta fthe beat hair rdyeV— For. instantaneously dyeing the hair . to any snade, and with no danger to health. In boxes, eabV withDruifee comb^prospeotus, and bottle; er ia boxes, the bottle only without aooes sories : Bss, Orlsa-Incoloie Violette of the JOu a moat exquisite perfnme quite a . w noiegay of violets, „; Ess Orisa Suave white heliotrope Both, quet of the flawer.- .

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 8 June 1889

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