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HOOD NEWS TO THE FRUIT GROWERS OF NEW ZEALAND TTppYI 'o Patent Scale Exterminator .L&.C7C/.U © for Ffujfc Tree?> 09Cta{n destroctiou to Ifaect life, gnd guaranteed to reetore the treo toita ueujkl vigor and gtowth. AFTER 26 yoara of praotical ex peiienca m gardening aud fra!t growing fn England, I have much pleasure In bringing before the New Zealand Fruit Grower, my Patent t SCALK EXTERMINATOR, which if need according to Instructions, will completely destroy ail Soaly Blight m whatever etage of growth it ia found. if BDy intending purchasers would like to see the effect of the above on fruit trees they can do 00 by visiting Mr Remington's orchard, near Tinwald, or Mr Lennard'a orchard, South Belt, Ash. burton, w her 8 I have been applying the Exterminator j and if any persona wish to have their orchards pruned they can have them dono la the most approved manner, aud the Exterminator applied with certain success at a very email ooat, , Me J. Hbseltinb, saddler, Aehburton and Tinwald is appointed my Agent fot sale of the Patent Soale Exterminator; Price per paoket 10a 6d, 21a and* 31ai with full inetruotlona for use on eaoh paoket. Carriage paid to any addreaa la New Zealand, >; :.-..- JOHN KEEN, : !96 Ashburton. BLAWOAKD'S ~~~" IODIDE OF IRON p]T t n A pp f OVED by the Academy of iledioine .hT-*rfii ■ f*?? « B »? ec te»y ret ommeDded by the Medical Celebrities of the World for Scroißla (Tamorg, King> B Bvil, etc), tha eaily «tagea*>f Oon«nrapticn, Oonstitntional Weaknew, Poorness of Blood, and for etimnlatuiff and regulating its periodic coarse. None ganiane nnlee» wgnod "Blancard, 40* neßotaiF thr«gaoB B ROYAL MAtt-OOAOB? ™. On and after January lit, 1885; the 4nderaigi-ed will run a Coaoh eaoh Moniay, Wednesday and Saturday, •tarunitat aooc firom fiood'a Hotel, Mount Sbmeri; tot Springbutn and Alford Foreat. there connecting wlthDuh'i Ooaohfrom Methven aeturnlng same evening. Fare*— Sprintbut n, Sa, aetarn, 3k j Alfoid Fomrt, ir retcrn, 6a. ..-. : ' 1 87 T. Kg, SUCCESS IHB BEST TKS WOETH HOLLOWAY'S PILLS & JNTMM nnHIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS a J. HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE EVERY WHERE, «»»«m*^ THE PILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nervow system, and act most powerfully yet soothingly LIVER AND BOWELS, ' Promottng Digestien and Assimilation, and 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, and they are enrivalled m their efficacy m all •FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing m obstructions, skin blembhes pimples and boils, better than any cth* family medicine known. ■; THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION _It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer, and Wound, more certainly than any other knowo SerittSfa^^^ PoWer « THROAT AND CHEST DISEAS^q Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys,. and Asthma, reducing Glandular Lumps, Oiojiag^and healing Abscesses ant .Fistulas,: and for alleviating the excruciating tortures of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, . . And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. ' -It neve Sase rem ° Ye aDd eVeiF Species of sk * The Pills and Ointment are manmacture at No. 8, New Oxford street (late 533 Oxford street, London), and are sold bf Si vendors of Patent Lines throughout the Civilized World, Directions for use m almost every laneuaee SBT Purchasers sbqnld look to the Labe on Pot and Boxes. If me address and stree are not on fchev are snudoui . . . .;.' Dri^a Perfumery* 207 i 'Rue St. Honor^, Paris. . ; T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRQiiupiS Savon-Oriia (Ortea Soap)— 3*om formule ofDr Q. Keveii. The best soap for rendering the akin white andabffc Sweetly /and: refreshingly ao^ited (roae, green and white). > ) \ ; Savon-Orisa-Veloute, exquisitely per' fumed for the toilet and baths ■ j Savon-Oriia Orisa Soap)— No, 2. extra fine, m boxes, 6 oakea, 18 exfqulalte perfumes, No. 1 ;'.•'.■'■■"■■',■ OrUa-Savon-Incorore, auperlor quality, rose tea, white heliotrope and white violet - ■'■'.'.. ":.'.» .' . "..:.', •'- Orisa-Tonica (extraot of plants) to oleanoe the hair— new mown hay, Violet, etc. ■■■•• ' >.-■.: h:r: .y --■' Oriaa-Pdwder—Flowera of Carolina rice ; for softening and refreshing the akin j In eioellent boxea-i with powde» [ Orlia-Veloute— Flowera of rice powder, adhering to the skin, with, the perfume of new moon hay OrlivFlowerfc (white and ambered)— Ai. v eioellent toilet water, tonic to the akin, sweetly and dellchtely pea fumed '■■■<• :.' :■ . :; i.' I- j-;'_--iqna-Oriia— -New toilet water, refre^nlna the akin .' ■ •■:.- ■•■ . •-• ;■; -j TTr... Orlia-Hay— A toile water vlth the perfume of new moon iay ' ' Orlfa-Aoldullne— To,iet vinegar, aromatle and dlsi^ieotant, specially adapted for koieV toUefca :*...,: Ori^j.Sootoh-Lavender — Spilga of^StO eh lavender flowers j a rioh toilet iwatn Eau-de-Oologne-Orlia— The high-llfe tol. let water- ■ • ■ ■ ■■ ■-.>■•>■]. Qrlaa- Water — Concentrated and distilled Extraot of auperlor Ban de Cologne Gtonttea-Orlsa-Dentlfrloe —An exillrfoi preaervlng the "teeth and gums In good health and preventing decay Oriia-Dentalre, <nt pasta or pow der, fo whitening tha teeth without affootlng the enamel Ebb Orlsa et Orln-Lya — Peifemes toa : aoentlng linen and the handkerchio/ without atalnlng Orlia-OU— Variously perfumed j fo* ren ■;'" derlng the hair *»ft and brilliant,' and , preventing 1 from fa linjf off Orlsa-Laoto (Orlia Milk)— An emulsive 1 lotion' refreshing tonio to the akin. removing sad spots *nd preventing wrinkles on the Oreme Orlxa (of Ninon de Lenoloa)— Fot producing a beautiful white complex. ion with the clearness and velvety softness of youth OrhcaHnQ-Ooloronte fthe beat hair dye)— ' For Instantaneously dyeing the hall to any enade, and with no danger to health. In boxes, eaoh with bruses . ocmb, proopeotua, and bottle j or In boxes, the bottle only without aooea aorlea Ebb Oriia-Incoloro Yiolettc of the Car & moat exquisite perfsrae qaite a nosegay of violets. Ebb Oriza Suave white holiotccpa Bouquet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2194, 8 August 1889

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