K EATING'S LOZENGKB. Oldest and Best Cough Remedy R EATING'S LOZENGES Oldest and Beat Cough Remedy EATING S LOZENGILS. I Oldest and Best Ooutth Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. Oldest and Best Oodgh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ~~* Oldest and Best Oough, Remedy K RATING'S LOZENGKsi • - "A .Snails Facx About KBATING'&OOUGiILOZBNGEa A&k throughout ifao world,, ju,. any oouotry that can be named, you wili find them largely sold. . Thelf 1b absolutely no rem euy that It. poedy m giving relief, so cettalnlj euro, atid yet the must delicate ota take thorn. One Lozenge gives etlt Sold In Is lid tins. K EATING'S LOZENGES. - £ . Oouehs, Asthma, Hoaritneat TT'BATING'S LOZENGES. ' r XX - Qopghs, AaHimti Hoamnat iZ EATING'S LOZENGES. Xx Uongbe, Anthma, Hoarsenet RATING'S LOZENGES, ' „). „■ i Uoughß, Asthma, Hoarseness KEATING'tf LOZENGES '' *" Coughs, Aethma, Hoarsenasf EATING' 6 LOZENGES. •• any Dooior waii xwa xdu " there m uu t/tjuer Ooogh MedlOllM thau KEATING'^ LOZENGES. Ouu gives relief j if you anffer,froni oongn try them buc onoe : tbef will cure, and iht>y-wiU not injure your health ; tbey oouialn only (he purest .drugs, skilfully combined, Sold everywhere m small tins, -. , um&i Worm, TaWvt&r A PURELY YEGETABLHi SWlti^rMEAT, both m appoaranoa »ndoia»t«, furnishing a mtst agreeable method of admlulaturing the only certain* remedy fo* INTESTINAL or I'u&iiiAD : WuKMS. It le a perfectly saf eana mild preparation, and la especially adapted fur Ohhdren.-*'"**' fcJOU) IM.'iXSS AND iiomSß BY AM, CujEiinsis. Jfrop«etor-^-TfIOMAB KEATING Louut>», JSxport Chemist and Druggist. SUCOEBB HEM BEST TBS : wofiia .: . . HOLLOWAX'S Pliipiffll, TaIHIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IB A X HOUSEHOLD BEQTJISITE BVEBX WHEBE. THE PILLS i Purify the Blood,) impart tone to the Nervoas system, and act most powerfully yet soothingl* .on the ' : • • ••■• ■■ .*, •■ vr* . LIVER AND BOWELS*-. , Promoting Digestion . and . Assimilation, and; endowing the , whole bodily, frame with : Strength and riguir. Nervous Headaches' Trerablingsi < with ; Lassitude- ad «G«aetii' Debility quickly j^eld to the > potent.icice jo: > Ith**1 th ** 11 ?^?^ *«f the* jare.wiv/ rivalled m then efficacy m all FEMALE COMPLAINTS." ; Removing all obstructions, skin filemlilies pimples i and bo% > better than any! ctiie family medicine known. > THE OINTMENT ' ". ' iHAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer an*' Wound, w(orc certainly than. any :other.kno#tt '■! salve. Its marvellous penetrating powcif'; render it invaluable m all THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES. Curing Bronchitis, Quinseyg', and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, cloning ana healing Abscesses am Fistulas, : and • fot alleviating the excruciating tortures ol : , RHEUMATISM, GOUT, : :' And Neuralgia' it is unsuspassed, ft nevex fails to remove Scurf and every species' of ski disease. :'•■ • • "• .'■ ':; it r-s r The Pills and . Ointment ; are manufacture ■ at No. «, New Oxford street fate,, «ia „ Oxford street, London), and are *old bv%j3l ' vendors of Patent Lines throughout th* Civilized World. "• ! Directions for use m almost every langaan : Itr Purchasers should look to thiTXaM on Pot and Boxes. If me address .aai.strMix - are not on they are spuriom ' '"T^..,* 207, Rue St. Honbrtf, Ptr^.' ' r E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-,Orl» (Orltt Soap}— Front 'the >ibs>''< mule of Dr P. RevelU The bent •otpi for rendering the skin, whlteandfteffe, i Sweetly and - refreshingly Mtqttdl . t . i (rose, green and white). '' '' " " Stvon-Orhu-Velonte, exquisitely ptt' , i fumed for the toilet and baths, . Bavon-Orlw Orlst Soap)— Np. 2J%xtn fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, 11 exqolalie • perfumos, No. 1 Oriaa>Savon-Laoorore, superior qOalifafc ' ; rose tea, white heliotrope ana wiille " : ; "■ '■ violet ' ' •■.•■;>• - >. : <!ii • H Orlsa-Tonloa (extract of plants) -to oleaast ; the halr-r-new mown hay, tkossrosf « \ .', ' violet, elo. ■ ■ .-■■ - ;■ v, ■....!_■ OrUa-Powd^»>*iFlowerß of Carolina rice { '' for softening and refreshing the .■ ,i skin ; m exoefient boxes v with powde* ■ i puff* ■ ■•■ vr " iOrlia-Yeloute— Flowers of rice powder; ' 1 adhering to the skin, widths ■yft'-W , fame of new moon hay ''" '; Orlsa^Flowen (white and 4mbereH>^Ai '" : ; exaellent toilet water, tonlo tothi : i akin, sweetly and delicately pet ' ■ fumed . • • • .■•'<. '-'V-y-i <Aqna-Orlsa— New toilet water, tefrashlju ' iU the skin •• 'Orfxa-Hay— A toile water with thtpev- ' ! fume of new moon bay ■■• '' r; ■ Ori»-Ao!daline— Toilet vinegar, uomttle 1 < '■ tnd dlslnfeettnt, specially adapted * : . . for ladles' toilets : ' ' '■ .pilsa«Sootoh-Lavender^Sprlgs ofS^utib ."" ; lavender flowers ; a rich toilet 5 watet - lEau-de^Oologne-Orlia— The high-Ufe tol. ' /.■ 'let water •■• ■ ■ ' "' "•' ';•'-■■ (QrUa- Water— Oonjentratsd and distilled < 1 Extraot of superior Ean de Oologne < 'P Goattoa-Orka-Dentifrice ~Au exlllV f oi ■■-' v *' preserving the tectt]: and- gunifin h< '' good health »nd preventing deeiy - " Orl«a-Dentaire t \n pttti* or pftwder, fo j > whitening th* teeth without affecthi^ " .' -the enamel ■■ ••; ; ■■''' .« K-vfl-E»«iOrl*a et Orb»-Lys — Perfmne»ifo» J ,: : 'scenting linen and the- bandkerehlfl^ 9 i without staining » ■ «- ; •?■>;. Orls*-Oll— Variously perfumed : fo^reo [aeiing ithe hair s*ft and brilliant, tid preventing ifronv 1 falling oil - - OrUafLaote (Orlsa MUk)— An emulsive lotion refreshing tonic to the lldh' ' removing sed spots and preventing' wrinkles on the /.aoe ' Orenie Orba (of Ninon de Lenolos)— For '- poduclng a beautiful white o6mplex> • ion with the clearness tnd vefvetf ooftness of youth Orlaallne-Oolorante fthe best hair dye)— • For Instantaneously dyeing the hair to any snade, and with no danger to health. In boxesj eaoh with bruses oomb, proapeotus, and bottle} »r m boxes, the bottle only without aooat - doriei * Eas OrUa-Incolore Violette of th« Oar k most exquisite perfome quite t. ' nosegay of violets. ' Ess Orlta Suave white heliotrope Boa* r qnet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2146, 12 June 1889

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