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GOOD NEWS TO THE FRUIT GROWERS OF NEW ZEIIiANDi TTppri 5 Q p « fc eat SoaJe Extetm!ca tor ACCU p f-r Fruit Ttees, oartala citbU'joiion to lu3Eot Jifej and guaranteed to resiore the tree toiia dbu»l vigor end gcowife AFTER 26 years of practical ex penence iv gardening and" fruit growiog la England, I navo much pleaauie In briuging before the New Zaalaud Ftult Growers, my Patent SCALE *XXiiRiULtfATOR, wb oh if used according to inatrucilcns. will completely deauoy ail Soaiy Blight In whatever btnge of grow.h it h found, If any lniending porobaaera would like to ace the efleot of the above on fruit rets they can do bo by vlaitlng Mr Remington a orohatd, near Tinwald, ot Mr Leunard'a orchard, South Belt, Aahburton, where I hsve been appiyicg the Exterminator ; and if any peraona wlah to have their otohatda pruned they oan have them done m tho moat approved manner, and the Exterminator applied with certain succeas at a very small coat. Mb J. Hbbbitinb, saddler, Aahburton and Tinwald ia appointed my Agent for sale of the Patent Scale Exterminator. Price per packet 10a 6d, 21s and 31s, with lull instructions for übb on esoh p.cket. Carriage paid to any addceasln New Zealand, JOHN KEEN, ' 196 * Ashbartori* J^LAJN(JAKD'iS, ~~ IODIDE OF IRON pTT T Q r ti. k PPSOVBD t> 7 the Aca dexny oi Medicine - t *- „ °f . ■ Pftnß t we specially xec ommendißd by one McQicaz \jelebnties of tha World' for itooiula (Turaore, Kiug'e BvU,: etc), tha early J£aguof Gonumnption, -Constitutional Weafc aces, Poomeß6 of Blood,' and ior Btimnlating and regniatin'g ite periodic cenree, None gennino unless signed " i^l«noajrdj;4o, rsefioss* parte, Paris. • »' 'Jty&by Umtofato sndOheifattt throagaQtt MOVM cO^iDRS & MKTHVKi i . „ MAIL COACH. ' On and af la j 3 r.aarj 1 itj 188ri, . the mderoigMJu yiii iuu a Oofcoh eaoh Monday, Wodueadey and Satardey, atartlngit aoou *sorn Hood's Hotel, Mount Somers, for Sprlngbam and Alford Forest, there JonneotingwithDDl'sOo.ohhomMethven returning same evening. Fares— Sprlnsjurri, %n, return, Ss; Alford Forest, ]% retcra, 6s. . • I** T. HIX.^ s . ■ « f SUG0B8& IHHJ iBESi TES WpfiTß ' HOLLO WAY'S PILLS & _OBBgN| fTTIHIS UNIVSBSAL MEDICINE IS A 3- ay SS VmmU) BBQUIBITB^EYEBX <( VrJcLEiXulii ■ ' ■•■••.. '! ; TEE PILLS. Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervoat system, and act most powerfully yet w>tMn g { T on the •■ * LIVER AND BOWELS, Promotmg Digestien and Assunilation. and- ' *£ o™*?0 ™*? whole bodily frame w^ Strength. and vig<r. Nervous Headache? A Debihty qtnckly yield to the potent forcTo a these well-known Pills; and *they are 'vi, a rivalled m their efficacy m all J r yBMALB COMPLAINTS, « c Removing all obstructions, skin blem&het i pimples and boils, better than, . any o the a family medicine known. "tt * THE OINTMENT > 0 H AS -A WORLD- -^ IDE REPUTATION. It -heals.every k of Sore, Ulcer iand Wound, more certainly than any other knownsalve. Its marvelious., penetrating powewlrender it invaluable m all ; F"wwTHROAT- AND-CHEST DISEASES, ' curing Bronchia, Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular. Lumps, closing^ healing Abscesses am Fistulas, anl for alleviating the excruciating tortures oi RHEUMATISaVoQUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It neve fells to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease, ~»u*»«* The Pills and Ointment are manufacture at No. 8, New Oxiord street (late 5M Oxford street, London), and are sold byloj S&Wefl^ LiQCS throUghUUt Directions for use m almost every language sbbiUd look to ihe Late on Pot and Boxes. If me address and stree are not on they ate soirious ; Qnsa Perftmaeiy.i 1 20?, Ruo St; Honore'. Paris. r v T*i GRAND'S SPECIAL PJROI>UOTB Savoa-Orisa (Oriia Soap>-From the for- ; mule of Dr Q. Reveil... The beat soap for rendering the.skln white and ooft. Sweatly and. refreabinjly.i: scented (rose, green and white). >: : ".'. : ; SavontOriia-Woloute, ;: exquisitely perfumed for the toilet and baths Bavon.Ori» Orisa 8oap)--Np, 2, extni fine,, in boxes, 6 cakes, ZS exquisite perfumes, No. 1 i Orisa-Savon-Inoorqrejr superior quality, rose tea, white heliotrope and white violet ; „ Oriaa-Tonica (extract of plantß) to cieanos the halr«s.new mown hay, 'Buossroie. i. violet, etc, : H f OrUsi-Powder^-Flowera of Carolina rice : for softening and refreahlng Ofehe skin j m excellent boxes., with powifa „ . . 'pn»/ ' '"<• Orlift-Velouter-Flowers of rice powder, adhering to the skin, .with the dm' fume of new moon hay ' ■! orlsa>Flowea (whitei and ambered)—Ai exftellent toilet water, tonlo to thi skin, sweetly and delloatelw vn fumed • -f 4qua.oriia— ln'ow toilet water, refreehlnf the skin ;;; ; Orisa-Hay-rA toile water with the perfume, of new' moon hay I Orisa- Acidaliac—ToUot vinegar, oromatlo and disinfectant, specially adapted for ladies' toilecs -.. Orlst-Scotoh-Lavender-^Sprigs of ; Sbo'. eb „ lavender fiowera j a rich toilet' watet <fiau-d9-C6logaß.ori*a--The high-life tol. Ist water: Orlßa«W»ter^Oonoentratsd and distilled 1 Extract of Bupejfior 85»a de Cologne G6otteß>OEiza-I)entifrie© "~; Axi exilu i J foi ; preaervlrig; the itaetih -anti guS m A , go i?- W^ 1 » nd P Mv enting. decay, prka-ppntalre, M past* or powder^ fo , whitealng tlw teeth without affecting 1 the enamel ;; Ess Orlieet Orisw-Lys — Perfames iot " aoamtog Uneii "-and the handkerchief without: staining t Oxlia-011— Yrjlously perfumed J tot ren aering the hair iaf t and brilliant, end proventing I from fa ling off . Orlja-Laoto (Orisa; ilUk)— An omulslve lotioa> refreshing to the skin . : removing red apuU 1 , and preventing wrinkles on thei/^ce Crecae Orisa (of Ninon de Lenolos^Fot pf oduoing a beautiful' white complex, ton with the clearness and veiveti softness of youth ■ Orias,liEe-Oolorante fthe beat hair dye)— Fob instantaneouoly dyeing the halt to any anade, and with no danger to ho&lth. Id boxes, eaob with brnae* oumb, proapeotus, and bottle; er la boxea, the bottle only without ftoee Horlei tess Orisa-Inoolore Vioiette of the Car a nsoat tixqulaito perfume quite a nosegay of violets. Ebb Oriza Suave white heliotrope Bou» qnet of ibe flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2187, 31 July 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2187, 31 July 1889

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