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eating'sTlozenges. r Oldest and Best Ooqgh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES - ' Oldest and Best Oopgh Remedy EATING S LOZENGES. " Oldest and Best Oonuh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES: Oldeat aud Best Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES. ' Oldest and Beat Oough Remedy TT^AXifIG'S LOZENGES^ ™* XV " A Simple Faot About KEATIJSG'bOOUGHLOZEftGES Ask throughout the world, m any country tbat can be caioed, ydri will find them largely sold. Thei. is absolutely no rem cay that'ls !.. peedy In giving relief, so cet ttiply cure, and yet the most delicate take them. One Lozenge gives ease Sold m Is ljVd tins. .'■.-■ KEATING'S LOZENGES. „ Coottha, Aathima, Hoarseneai KEATING'S LOZENGES. Coughs, Asthma, Hoarsenee EATING'S LOZENGES. ' Coughs, Asthma, Hoarsenea EATING'S LOZENGES. Uougba, Aathma. Hoarieness KEATING'S LOZENGES Coughs, Aathma, Hoarsened* KEATING'S LyZitNGES. *' A»Y DoOTOH WILL TELL x"OU " there is no better Coogh Medioine than KEATING'S LOZeJiGES. Oue glvuo relief ; if yoa suffer from oo.ngb try them but .once ; they i will cure, and they will not injure yoo¥ health ; tbey contain only the purest drugs, skilfully oombined. Sold'everywhere In small tins. \].- Keating's Worm Tablits. ~: A PURELr VEGETABLE SWEET-. . MEAT, both ln appearance aud taate, furnishing a most; agreeable method of administering the ohly oertaln "remedy foi INTESTINAL or TaREAD WORMS. It ia a perfeotly safe and mild preparation, ■ and ia especially adapted for Children.— -• Sold m Tins akd Bottles by all Chemists. . . . Prupnetor— THOMAS KEATING Londoa Export Chemist arid Druggist.' ' SUOOESS IHE BEST TES WOFTH HOLLOWAY'S ! PILLS & JHtßLft rTa^HIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS A JL HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE EVERY THE PILLS ! > Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervous lyitem, and act most powerfully yet soothincls on the .-s ;-'■■ T^!rf ! LIVER AND BOWELS, 'Promoting Digestion and Assimilation, and ehdowing the .whole bodily frame with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headaches • Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera' Debility quickly yield to the potent force o . these well-known Pills,^and they art Un . rivalled m! theii efficacy mall , ' FEMALE CdMPLAINtS, , Removing all obstructions, akin blemishes pimples ; and boils, better than : any othe • famuy medicine known. . • THE OWTMENT '■ HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTAIiON. I It heals every k .of Sore, Ulcer, and L Wovind, more certainly than any'othcr talOwn > salve,. Its marvellous penetrating powert v - -1 render it invaluable m all . '■' THROAT AND CHEST DISEASBSV ; Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. . reducing Glandular Lumps, closing and ('• healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, : arid fbv I ■ alleviating tbe excruciating tortures of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never fails to remove Scurf and 'every species of aki disease. The Pills and Ointment are manufacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (late 533 Oxiord street, London), and are sold by all veiidors of Patent Lines throughout the Civilized World, , . Directions for use m almost every language W Purchasers ~ should look to the Labe on |Pot and Boxes. If me address and stree are not 'ou they arc spuriom 1 im Oriza Perftunory. 207, Rue St. Honore*, Pans, .; T E GRAND'S SPEOUL PRODUCTS Savon-Orlsa (Orlua Soap)— From the formula of Dr O.Revell. The best aoan for rendering the akin vaite and aoft, ; Sweetly and refreshingly scented . - (rose, green and white), Sayon*Orlaa.Veloutß, exquisitely per : fumed for the toilet and hatha Savion-Oriaa Orisa Soap)— No, 2, extre ! fine, m boxes, 6 cakes, fi exquisite , perfumes. No. 1 Orlaa-Savon-Inoorore, superior quality, : rose tea, white heliotrope and white 'violet _.-_.-■• ■;■:.- .«.? . Orlaa-Tonlc* (extract of plants) tooieenee ' - the hair— new mown hay, __oasrdse^ violet, etc., Oriaa-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rloe ; for softening and refreshing the skin ; ih excellent boxes, with powdea puflf v OirJia-yelonter-Flowers of tiee powder, • <: adhering to the akin, with the perfume of new moon hay . ''• Orisa-Flowerh (white and ambered)— Ai exsellent toilet water, tonio to tfit akin, sweetly and delioately pei ; 'fumed ■•>■ t Aqua-Qriia— New toilet water, wfteehlng N the akin .'< :'" OrUa-Hay— A toile water with the pei. , fume of new. moon hay Orlsa- Aoldullne— Toilet vinegar, ajrpmatlo r and disinfectant, i^lall^adapted for ladiea'.tQliettj ; : » , ; ,'y \l Orl»-Scotoh.Lavender— Sprigs -of jSco eh -j :!'. i, yen a e » flowers j. a rloh tpUet watei . 'Eau-de-Cblogne-Orlia- The high-life tot- ; "'"'"- ief water Orlaa- Water— Oonoentratfld and, dUtUled. Extraot of superior Eau de< Cologne Goutteß-Orixa.p^entifrlce — . Ar» : ejrJUirfoi 1 preserving the teeth and gjima In ,--: , ( good ; health and pr^ven^lng dfloey Ortia-Dentalre, m pasta or powder, fo whitening the teeth without affecting ' the enamel Ess Orlsa et Orlsa-Lya — Peifamesior 1 scenting linen and the handkercilef without staining , Orika-Oil— Vwiously perfumed ; fovrren aerlng the hah »»f t and brilliant, and ■> prevent Log 1 from failing off Orlsa-Laote (Orisa Milk)— An emulsive '' lotion refreshing tonic to the skta removing mi spots and preventing wrinkles orTthe faoe -..■..■* Creme Orlsa (of Ninon de Lenolos)— For ; 1 produolng a beautiful white oomplex ? ion with the clearness and velvety softness of youth' ,1 OriaaHne.Ooloranta (the best hair dye)— I For instantaneously dyeing therhair tq any sbade, and with no, danger to health. In. boxes, eaoh withbiuaea bomb, prospectus, and bottle; er in ' boxes, the bottle only without acoee sories, Ess OrWlnoolore Violette of the Oar : a moat exquisite perfume quite t nosegay of violets. Ess Oriza Suave white heliotrope Bouquet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2159, 27 June 1889

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