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EATING'S LOZENGKB/ "' Oldeat and Beat Oongh Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES ~* Oldest and Beat Ooogh Remedy EATING S LOZENGES. Oldeat and Beat Oough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES! " * Oldeßt and Beat Cough Remedy EATING'S LOZENGES; Oldeat and Beat Oough Remedy K RATING'S LOZENGES^ : " A Simple Fact About KE aTIJS G'fa Ou UGM LOZJSfI GES Aak throughout the world, m any oonntry that can be named, you will find them largely sold. Their la absolutely m> rem coy that Is peedy m giving relief, no certainly cure, aud yet the most delicate can take them. One Lozenge gives esae Sold In Is l^d tins. R EATING'S LOZENGES. Concha, Asthma, Hoarseness TT-EATING'S LOZENGES; JLA- Coughs, Asthma,. Hoawnoc EATING'S LOZENGES. Oooghs, Asthma; Hokrtenet IZ EATING'S LOZICN GES, XaL Cougha. Aathma, Hoarsenese KMATING r S LOZENGES Oougbi, Aathma, Ho>riened» K EATING'S LOZiiUSGES.- ' ' Any Dooiob will nya *ou J 1 there ia no beccer Ooogh, Medioine than KEATING'd LOZENGES. One gives relief ; if you. suffer from ( , oongh try them but once J tn"ey will cure,- and they will not Injure your health; they contain only ths purest drugs, skilfully combined , Sold everywhere In small tins, Keating's Worm Tablets. , A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, both In appearance and taste, furnishing a meat agreeable method of administering the only oertaln remedy foi INTESTINAL or TuBEAD WORMS; It Is a perfectly safe and mild preparation^ and la especially adapted for Ohlldren;-* Sold vx Tins and Boitlks bt all Ohbmisis. , Proprietor— THOMAS KEATING LondOft Export Chemist and Druggist, i i ■_ BUOOBBS IHE BEST TBS WOfiTH H OL L&vir AY'S r PILLS & OINTMENT. mHIS UNIVEESAL MEDICINE IS A X HOUSEHOLD BEQUISITE EYBBX THE PILLfI '• ! Purify the Blood, impart tone to the NerVoai system, and act most powerfully yet too thincl* on the ,-■'■&'% LIVER AND BOWELS, Promotfng Digestion and Assimilation; and 1 endowing 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, arid they are un • rivalled m theit efficacy m all »»- --9 FEMALE COMPLAINTS, 9 Removing all obstructions, skin blemishes r pimples and boils/ better than any ofStf ' a family medicine known, •- r THE OINTMENT - ii HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION* • xxr 11 every k - , f SoK > Ulceri aid^ Wound, more certainly than any other known' salve. Its marvellous penetrating powen: 1 render it invaluable maU THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, closing and healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and for alleviating the excruciating tortures of ' ? RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It never fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski : disease. ■ ; .-.,■■ The Pills and Ointment are manufacture : at No. 8, New Oxford street (late M* ' Oxford street, London), and are sold by id) l^^w £? tent Lines throughout tho^ Civilized World. . :; Directions for use m almost every Janjzuase ajT" Purchasers should look to theLabo on Pot and Boxes.' If me ad<kess and stres arc not'on the? are ipnrioua -"*' ■ .. ... ••,. — - — — ■ ■- ,;iOriza iPerftunery. 207, Rue St. Honprf, Paris. TT X GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orba (Orba Soap)— From the fot*v mule of Dr Q. ReveU. The bett aoap :>. for rendering the akin white and sofC , Sweetly and ref reahlngly scented ■* (rose, green and white). , S»von*Orlka>Veloate, exquisitely per. v fumed for the toilet and baths *■ Savon-Orlia Orisa Soap)— No, 2, extra fine, m boxes, 6 oakes, £S exquisite ( perfumes, No. 1 ? ; Orisa-Savon-Inoorore, superior quality, rose tea, white heliotrope and white violet Orlsa-Tonlea (extrapt.of planta) to cleanse the hair— new mown hay, aiosarbse, violet, etc Orlsa-Powder— Flowers of Carolina rice j for softening and. refreshing the skin ; m excellent boxes, with powder pnfl " . x * Orba-Velonte— Flowers of rice powdto. adhering to the akin, with the pet' fameof new moon hay - ,-, Orls*.Flowerk (white and ambered)— Ai exaeUent toilet : water, tonlo Wtht skin, sweetly and delicately) perfumed . j „ Aqna-Oriia— New toilet water, lefreshln*' .., the akin . . „ "y\7~ -. Orlia-Hay— A to«e water with the per* fume of new moon hay . :. Orisa-Aoldullne— Toilet vinegar, eJomatfoii and dlslnfeotant, opeolally adapted for ladies' toilets OriHk;ficotoh-Lavender— Sprigs ofjSto eh lavender flcweirs ; arloh toilet water Eau-de-Oologno-Orlu— The high-life tok let water Oilfa-Watei— Conoontraiad and distilled, Bxtraot of superior Eau de Cologne .- ■ Gonttea-Orlxa-Dentlf rloe -J- An exU&tioi: > preserving the .teeth and gums la) good health and preventing 4ecaW „ Orlu-pentalre, l» panto or powder.fo , whitening the teeth without •fleeting , the enamel ' Eu OrUa et OrUa-Lya — Poifemes fot scenting linen t Wad the handkerctiel without staining , . Orlsa-Oll—Vcxloualy perfumed>; foi &6>\.< Bering the hair s«f t and brilliant, tall) - prevsntlngl from fa' ling off ' OrUa-Lacte (Orisa MUk)— An emulsive i lotion refreshing tonic to the skin removing, tred spots and preventing », , wrinkles on the face ;. lOreme Orlxa (of Nlnomde Lenoloa^Foi prodnolng a beautiful white complex* , lon with the clearness and velvety softness of youth Orlaallne-Oolorante (the beat hair dye)— For lnatantaneoualy dyeing- the halt to any ahade, and with, no danger^tj health. Id boxes, each with bvoiej, oomb, nrospebtus, and; bottfe ; ci ba bqxpa, the bottle only without aooet aories Baa Orlia-Inoolore Vlolette ot the Gat a most exquisite perfume quite ay nosegay of violets. i. . : Eaa Orlza Suave; white heliotrope Bdtt« quet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2164, 4 July 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2164, 4 July 1889

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