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BATIJMG'S LOZENGES. "~~m' Oldest and Best Cough Betnedy K EATING'S LO2ENGES Oldeat aod Beat Cough Remedy EATING 8 LOZENGK6. " Oldest and Best Cou^h Remedy K EATING'S LOZBiSGES. " Oldest and Best Coagh Remedy EATING'S LOZfiNGES. ' Oldest aud Beat Cough Remedy K TAXING'S LOZENGES. ..- , "A biMPLB Fact AsopiE KEATING'iajUOUGii LOZENGES Ask throughout the world, m .any coaotry that c»n be «»medi you wilt find them largely Bold.: Their la abtoiateiy no remeoy that Is peedy in giving relief, bo certainly oure, aud yet the miißi delicate can take them. One Lozengegiveaeaae Sold in la lid tins. „ ' .."-■■. K EATING'S LOZENGES. ' OouKhß, Asthmn, Hoarseness K EATING'S LOZENGES. ; Oougha, Aflthma, Hoaraeaes K EATING'S LOZENGES. Oongna, Asthma, Hoaraenet T> JHTATING'S LOZENGES, JV. UouKha, Aatnma; HoaJwaiiaaa K RATING'S LOZJBNGES rX~ Ooaghn, Aatbtaa, Hoaraeaea* \s eatings lozuingju's. r JIA. " Amy Dooxob tv^ll tkll jqv " there.is no becier Coogh Medioine than KBATIJMG'S' LOZENGES. One gives relief j if you auffer from congh try them but once':l they 'will oure, and they will not injure your health; tbey contain only the purest drugs, skilfully combined. Sold everywhere In email tlna. Heating's, Worm Tablets. ' A PUHJBiLY VEGETABLES SWEBTttLKAT, boin in appaaranoe and tsite, furulsbing a most agreeable method of admluiaterlug the only 1 certain remedy for INTESTINAL or TnBJfiAD WORMS. It la a perfeotly aafe and mild preparation, and ia especially adapted for Children.— SOld is Tins a»d, JBoraißS. wto ku* OaEinais. .;. J ' fwpnetor—THOMAS KEATINa iondoii Export Chemist and Druggist. SUCCESS THE BEST TES, ' WOBTH r: - : HOLLOW AY' B I; PIUS .*;jßßHft mHIS UNIVEESAL MEDIOINE IS A X. HOUSEHOLD BEQUISITE EVERY WflERBi '•' ■■■••■■• ffT""*** THE PILLS rPurify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous system, and act most powerfullyjyet soothingly LIVER AND BOWELS, «Promoting Digestion and AssmjilaSoiLfiand endowing the whole bodily ' Iramc witO Strcngtli and wgor. Nervous Headache* Tremblings, with 'Lassitude atfd Genera' Debility quickly yield to the potent force o *ew-yeU-known.Pi%.«md ...they arc on nvalled m their, efacacv.in all , FEMALE COMPLAINTS', ' Removing all obstructions," skin blemjahes pimplis and'boilsj better' than anyoSa famtlyinedicine known', < - "•''■ THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. It healio every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any ether known salve, Its marvellous penetrating power* render it invaluable in all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and,Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, clating^and healing Abscesses ant Fistula^ awL: fct alleviating the excruciating toitnrWoF^' RHEUMATISM, GQUt-,." Ci And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. 'itriever fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease. ' v •The Pills and Ointment are manuiactore at No. 8, New ;; Oxiord street (late <!«* Oxford street, London), and are aold bTifll vendors of Patent Lines throughout'the Civilised World. , .. .-, ..^-- 4- . Directiona for use in sdmost evt*y Waaao ' «■*•", Pttifihascrs should look;'tq the Jm* on Pot and Boxes. If.me addjaw' stret are not on the? axe ipuziom l ' ' r . 207, Rue St. HQnortf,' Pari». . - jT E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Ortw (Orlaa Soap)—From tie, fot- , mole of Dr,O. Ka vail., The but amp for rendering:the ekin.wbl^Mid toft. Sweetly;, aud relreahin^ly < aomttd „ <rpae. green and white). -r ? .-> \.^x Savon-OrUa-Veloate, /exqaliltely.xpw . fumed for the toliot and ;b»ths Savon-Orlia Orlan; Soap)^NPii 3j txtn fine, in boxes, 6 cakea, 1% exduiait* : perfumea, Nq, Jl . ; ,;' Orlaa*Savon>lnoorore, inperloi quality. , roue, tea, whlto heliotrope, ana white Violet •...-, . , " ':;.. /.,■; ..;: t,/,, ' QrisihTQniaii (eitraot of plants) to el#»nat • , the hair-rnewmown hay, WfrnroM* o violet, etc .i c4 ft.. "> f^ OrUa-Powder—Flowera ofcOwollna Jloe } for: softening,; andiorefwshisn tht skin; in exoellent boxes, with powder Oilia-Velonte—Flowera of rloa powder, : adhering to theiakla, wlthatha!per. ; fume of new moon hay r- ■-■■-•# prlna-Wowen (white sand tamhered>^Ax i exaellent tplleft, water, ttfhlosta thf akin, sweetly anS dtUcateayqpesfumed • -, .- r ~5- u ,-■. .*: Aqva-Orln—New toilet water, refwahlnt :-. the skin , ..... -h .*■■■ -0 OrUa-Hay—A to !e water with th» per- ' . fame of new moon hay, ,-• ■■. < i Orlia-Aolduline-T-Tollet vinegar, aromatlfl L _ and disinfectant, speoblta'adaptoi ,- for ladlesfitoileto , *r ;5? Orlii-Scotch-La vender —Sprigs, of Seo ob > lavender flowera ; a rioh toilet watel Eau-de-Oologne-OrUa—The 'hlgh*lilf tol. let water ■" '! >■ ■■'■ - ■■• Oriia-W»ter—^onoontratsd and dlatlllad, .. Extract of, superior Baa de X7olojKnt Qouttea-Oriia-Dentifrice — An exU^r. fot preserving the'iteeth: and >gtinu la good health and preventing decay OrlMrDentalre, i« pasto or pawder, fo whitening th« toeth .without aflefittng the enamel ' -:-r Saa Oriia et Orlia*Lyi — Perfsmef foi Boentlng linen wad th« handkerchief without staining ; •' , ./; Orlsa-Oll—Veriously perfumed j fo* ren aerhjg the hair i*ffc and brilliant; and preventing 1 from falling off - Orlia-Laote (Oriia MUk>—An emulsive 1 ■■ lotlbfa refreshing tonio to the skin removing, sed spots and preventing wrinkles on the face I.: 1 ! Oreme Orisa (of Ninon de Lenelos>~-Foi produolng a beautiful whlteoomplex. lon. with the olearneaa and velvetf softneai of youth Orisallne-Oolorante fthe best hair dye)— For Instantaneously dyeing* the hall -- to any snade, and with ho danger to health. In boxes, eaoh with bruaea comb, proapeetna, and bottle {fay i» boxes, the bottle, only without soees uories ■ • -• . Baa Orlia-Ineoloie Vlolette of the Oar r, moat exquisite perfame qalte a nosegay of violeta. .■.-•■• Ebb Oriza Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower. ' .

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889

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