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— — — - — i"-«i i i ii jiy GOOD NEWS TO THE FRUIT GROWERS OF NEW : ZBALaND TTaaTI 'q P at on 6 9o»le Exterminator x\.ccn » for Prnlt Treei) oettaln deatrootlon to lusßot life, and guaranteed to restore the tree tolta usual vigor and growth. ; ' AFTER 26 yeara of praotfoa) ex peitenoe m gardening and fruit growing m .England, I have much pleasure In briuglng before the New Zealand Ftult Growern, my Patent SCALE EXTERMINATOR, whfoh if used according to inßtrnotlons. will completely destroy all Scaly Blight In whatever etage of growth it la found; if any intending parohaserß would like to see the effect of the above on fruit treea the^ can do ao by vlaiting Ml Remington a orohard, near Tinwald. ot Mr Leonard's orchard, South Belt. Ash. burton, where I hove beeri applying tho Exterminator ; and if any perwnl wish to have their orchards pruned they, can have them done In the most approved manner, and the Exterminator applied with certain buoobbb at a very small coat. ?«i J * B f mNE ' eaddler, Aabburton and Tinwald la appointed my Agent for sale of the Patent Scale Exterminator. Price per packet 10a 6d, 21a and 31s, with full Instructions for use on eaoh peckot. Carriage paid to any address In New Zealand, • '.;" :> JOHN KIEN, 195 Ashbaiton. BLAJNOAKD'IS IODIDE OF IRON pit T Q ' J X PP ?OVS D by the Acadeniy o(' £aiolne °i *"*% , wo •PeolaUy ret ommefldeaby ibejlodicai delebtftles otth«;dWorid tat Scrofnla (Tamora, King',, BYJVeto);S^eaiS .stage* of Oonß^mpUon^OolißWßfionalWeafr neu, Poorness of Blood, and for^Sm^SS a»d jwgßlating its periodio! obmW N«» r eMi^ od^^caid,4MHoW OIL KOYAL MAIL QoSm On and after Janaan lit, 1886, tho flnderjMgusd will run a CoaelPoaeh Monday, Wodneßday and Saturday, starting at nooc from Hood'i Hotel, Moanft^miri. tot Sprlngbain and Alfbrd Foreit therJ oonnectlngwlthDuti'SOo*ohfromß2ethTen » •turning same evening. Fares— Sprlnffburh,Bsi ; retarhj Bs| Alford Forest. % retcrn, 6b. ' • V-W'- ! T. HLX3 J SUOOEBS THE BBSX TBB.»n _WOBTH * w ' 4 HOLLOW AY |; B r w^masssMi Purify the Blood, impart ton© to the w,,^. andact LIVER AND BOWELS ' ), .Promoting Digestion W d AssimStioß. and endowing the wHole bodily frame irith t gpbiuty quickly jyicld to tho potent Jorce I ur :•=« '■:■- FEMALE COMPLAINTS " re; Removing aIL ob st ruqtion«,L akin blemUfaa H,. pimples and boils, r; bet^ ,:than .aayToS g family medicine known. , n UAO A „ THE OINTMENT' JOD i 0 H^ S u A WPRLD.,«IDE REPUTATION. *> w Jt ever y k of Sore, Uker^d WoundV more ceitainly than any otha^kw£o U f al^V .;^. ts -n«rveilous. penetrating «SwS ; render d wvaluable.in all, i ?° WCX9 o V™^ AND CHEiT DIsiASBS, 0 Curing Bronchitis, Quins^s/anllSmm.. a Tedtfcing A Glandular Lumps, cjwmfcSS L. hcakng -Abscesses ami sUaj;*a% fa c aUevi^ting the,^cmciating tortures ofV B ' ' lUIEtiMATISM,: GOUT. \- And Neuralgia' lt is unsuspkssed; ;If neve /ails to remove Scuri ftrid every I ' species Waki k disease, c -"-*/»■»• ; ol sas : sssrs Oxford street, London), andare ioldxb/Sl : rx irijip — • • i Oriza JPerfuinery t 1 207, Rue St. Honore-' P4rla, J O GRAND'S SPECIAL PRO&JCTB J bnvon-Ortea (Orisa SoapJ-FtbnV the formule orDr P. ReVeU. The b^lt aoaa I lor rendering the skin whWanß aof£ J Sweatly and refreshih«ly scented *. (rose, green and white). 1 Savon-Orlia-Veloute, exqulaltely peri « la » e ? f w^otblletandbaW Bavon-Orlxa Orlia Soap)— Np^ '2. «xtra fine, m boietf, 6 r cakes, IS exquisite perfumes, No. 1 ■■■■- 'Tv* OirUt-Savon-Inborore, superior qaalltv, I rose tea, white heliotrope atfaTwhiti ■• ■ violet : • •'■ •• •• l OrlU'Tonloa (extraot of plants) tocieansa ft the* hair-new mown hay^ ii6ssrose» J violet, etc. '■ •■■■;.'..■■ ;v5? --Kfi » I OrUa.Powder— Flowers of Carolina ricci [ for 'softening »nd refreshing tha • ! skin } In eicolldnt boxes, with powdei p . puff- • I i - - ' ; ■ •'• ■ • »'"---''''<"v£S • OrUa-Velonte— Flowers of rice pbwder, " adhering to the skln^ with W* per' ■ tome of new moon hay - ' ; Orlaa-Flowerk (white and ambered)— M [ excellent toilet water, tonla to the ; Bkin, tiweetly and ddllbatel^ pet 1 fumed >' ' ' ' ? * 1 iqaa-Orlia— New toilet water. refreahlnß the skin | OrUa-Hay— A totte water wlth'iho perfume of now moon hay Orlsa-Aoldaline— Toilet vinegar, aromatlo and disinfectant, specially adapted , i. 'for ladled toilets ' /' Orii^Sootoh-Lavonder— Sprigs of i,Soo oh 1 lavender ff&wero ; a rioh toilet watei Eau-de-Oologrie-Orlsa— The 'highwfe toU let water ■ ' • • ■'"'. ' n ;: ? 1 Orisa. Wfctar^Oonoentrated and dUstUled ■•■•• Extraot of superior Bad diiOolocna 1 QouUe«.Orfatt.Dentiftibe An f ex3ir foi : 'preserving the.teeth Y and ' gums la good health and preventing decay OrUaiDentalre, H pao;t* or powder, fo whitening th* teeth without affeottng the enamel ' ' - »' Em Orlsa et Orlka-Lys — Perfomes for soentlng linen and the handkerchief without staining • Oiisa^pll— "Variotisly perfumed!] 'for ren aorlng the hair » &f t and brilliant, and preventing 1, from fa ling off Orisa-Laote (Oriati Milk)— An emulsive , ; lotion .refreshing tonic to the skin ' removing sed »pot», *nd preventing „ wrinkles on the 7aoe . . Chreme Qrlaa (of Njlno^ de Lenclos)— For ■' piroduolug a boautlful wbita complex, ion with the oleairness, and. vefvetf softneas ot youth ; Otl*aUne<O6lorantQ fthe best hair dye)— For Instantaneously dyeing the hair to any atiade, and with no danger to health. In boxes, each with brosea : comb, piospootOß, and bottle ; nls boxes, the bottle only without aoces aorta* ..'.'.■: | Ebb Oclia-Inoolore Violette of the Oar » moat exquisite perfame quite ft noaegay of violets. Ebb Utlza Sunve white heliotrope Bou-

\ qoet of ihe flower. i_i___^

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2183, 26 July 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2183, 26 July 1889

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