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GOOD NEWS TO THE FRUIT GROWERS OF NEW ZEALAND TTppn 'a Patent So»le Extermfaator XV.CCXI D f or Ftnlt TfeeSj oerta|n destraotion to Insect life, and guaranteed to rcotore the tree tolta usual vigor and growth. AFTER 26 years of praotloal ex pet (once m gardening and fruit growing m England, I have much pleaeure In bringing before the New Zealand Fruit Growors, my Patent SCALE EXTERMINATOR, wh i en if used according to Inßtruotiona, will o ropleteJy dealroy all Soaly Blight m whatever stage of growth it 1b found. If aDy intending purchasers would like to Bee tbe effeot of the above on fruit trees they can do bo by visiting Mr Remlnßton'a orchard, near Tlnwald, or Mr Lennard'a orohard, St nth Belt, Ashburton, where I have been applying the Exterminator j and if any peraona wish to have their oroharda pruned they can have them dono m the most approved manner, and the Exterminator applied with certain buccbbb &t a very small cost. Mr J. Heseltinjb, eaddler, Aahbutton and Tinwald io appointed my Agent tot sale of the Patent Soale Exterminator. Price per p»oket 10s 6d, 21s arid 3ls, with full instructions for use on eaoh packet. Carriage paid to any address m New Zealand, JOHN KEEN, 195 ABhburton. J3LAJV(WS "■. IODIDE OF IRON pi T T H v \ PPBOVBD by the Academy of Medicine £*- M °l Pftr k« arfl apeoially recommended by tho Medical GolobritTeu of the World for BorofHla (Tumore, King's Evil, eto), tha earlY '- sfcageaof Consumption, Conrtitutional Wea& ncM, Poornesa of Blood, and for etimulatinff and rcgnlating ito periodic coarse. None lar2 c » a " BlgaQd " Bla^. c^ 40 i ""eßqna- < 2^£^ggi.ts •ndOhom«t thro« g hoK , OUNT "iOMIiRS &~METHVBN ROYAL MAIL COACH. ' On and after January lit, 1886, the andersigujd will run a Ooaoh, eaoh Mon. day,' Wednesday and Saturday, starting ufe qooc from Hbod'a Hotel, Mount Somera, fos Springburn and Alf ord Forest, there r oonueqtlngwithDufl'»OoaohfromMethren returning same evening. Farea— Spring* burn, 2a, return, 8a j Alf ord Forest, i reh:rn, 6a. ■ ••"•'• "' •••••■.■■■• IM T. HIX. BUOOESS THE BEST TES WOETH HOLLOWAY'S pills & mam.. mHIS UNIVERSAL MEDICINE IS A JL I^UBEHOLD REQUISITE EVER? THE PILLS Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Ncrvoui •ystem, and act most powerfully yet soothineli on the * * LIVER AND BOWELS, Promotfng Digestion and Assimilation, and endowing the whole bodily frame with Strength and vigor. Nervous Headachea, Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera Debility quickly yield to the potent force o these well-known Pills, and they are urn rivalled m their efficacy m all FEMALE COMPLAINTS, Removing all obstructions, skin blembhea pimples and boils, better than any otho family medicine known. THE OINTMENT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION It heals every k of Sore, Ulcer and Wound, more certainly than any other known salve. Its marvellous penetrating powcra render it invaluable m all " THROAT AND CHEST DISEASES, Curing .Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, closing healing Abscesses ant Fistulas, and for alleviating the excruciating tortures of RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It neve faiJs to remove Scurf and every species of ski disease. ' The Pills and Ointment are manufacture at No. 8, Now Oxford street (late <r» Oxford street, London), and are sold by all vendors of Patent Lines throughout tha Civilized World. Directions for use m almost every langnaee W Purchasers should look to the Late on Pot and Boxes. If me address and stree arc not on they ate nouriou* Oriisa Perfumery. 207, Rue St. Honore*. Paris, T E GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCTS Savon-Orfca (Orfca Soap)— Btom the foi. mule of Dr Q. Revell. The be&t soap tot rendering the akin white and soft Sweßtly and refreshingly scented (rose, green and white). Savon-Orusa-Veloute, exquisitely pel* fumed for the toilet and batha Savon-Orlsa Orissa Soap)— No, 2, oxtra fine, m boxes, 6 oakea, IH eatqulslte perfumes. No. 1 Oriaa-Savon-Indororo, superior quality. rooo toa, white heliotrope and white vlolot ••>•). Orlsa-Tonica (oxtraot of planta) to oloanaa the hair—- new mown hay, ujossroae. violet, etc Orlia-Powder— -Flowers of Carolina rloe * for softening and refreshing tbt skin ; m excellent boxes, with powdei puff Orhia-Veloute—Flowera of rloe powdet. adhering to the akin, with the per' fume of new moon hay O»l«a»Flowei'fc. (white and axuhered)— A* exaellont toilet wator,' tonic to tht skin, sweetly and delioately pc» fumod Aqca-OrlM—New toilet water, loftoshlnt the akin „•■■. Orlia-Hay— A totte water with the perfume of new moon hay Orlia-Aolduline— -Toilet vinegar, aromatic and disinfectant, specially adapted for ladien' toilets, Oriua-Sootoh-Lavendeir— Sprigs of Stso oh lavender flowers j t, rioh toilet watei Eau-fla-Oobgno-OrlKa—The high-life toilet water • Orinn- Water— Ooncontratad and distilled > Extract of superior Eau de Cologne Gouites-Orisa-Denijlfrloe — An ezilli foi preserving tho teeth and gams m good health and preventing dooay Oriia-Dontaire, In paato or powder, fo i whitening th<» teeth without affecting ! the enamel Esa Oriia et Orlia-Lys — Pevfumea foi Boentlng linen and the handkerchief without otaiciug Osl3a-Oll~Vf.?lous!y perfumed j fo* ren acting the huh n-At nnd brilliant, and preventing 1 from failing off Or!*A-Lncte (Oriia UUk)— An emulalve lotion refreshing tonic to the akin (removing sad apottt And preventing wrinkles on the .'aoe Oromo Orlsa (of Ninon do Lonoloa)— Foi ' pfoduolng a beautlfcl white complex. ion with the clearness and velvety eoftneos of youth 1 Qslsrcling-Oolor&nte fthe beat hair dye)— For instantaneously dyeing the hall to Rny Biaade, and with no danger to ; . hoalth. Id boxes, onoh with brutes comb, prospootoß, and bottle ; or m boxoa, the bottle only without aooei aorioj ■■'■■ Baa OrlsA-Inoolore Violetto of the Car a most porfame quite a noaogay of vtolote. Ebb Oriza Suave whoit holletropa Bouqnet of the flower.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 8 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2212, 29 August 1889

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