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SBATHrGH WOBM TABLETS •< KEATING'B WOBM TABLETS ; KEATINGfI WORM TABLEIfI A FurdyVegeUblle Sweetmeat, »eth to ajfea*^ anceand taste, furnishing a most BgnMHtr method of administering the only _—»*■■,,-., remedy for INTJSSTINAL or TKUAD . WOBMS. It H a perfectly fan udnM ; preparation, and .is especially «4u«*i^Mt^: Children. Sold in Una by ill Dnunrtses. i m d>-) Proprietoc—THOMAS UAXHra^ .• miNWALD AND ifOTJtfT BOMm, : L-- ■ ■ - RAILWAY. - '" \ C, 1 ?*"; MOUNT BOMISii~AND OAYINDIOH J ROYAL MAIL OOAOH, , ; f The above Ooeeh leaveo Hood's hoto 01 Cavendish Railway Station trwy *f ( ;'" meeting eftoh tttln. ... .1 r PMMLgen bf moiniM ti»Jn maypttroeed by oomli to Alfotd Vom*; thence *• Methten In time foi the lut tnta fef Ohrliiehanh, 01 may tetam fat tfaM Cot'- '; the buit tnln for Aihbartoa. ■>•■">.-. r.x /■■ Pftrceli »n£ Oiden wIU teedre erei attention. %iw ftnd Bsfglei oa Uit« In JOHN HOOD y BUOOBSB I JOB BEST TiS . HOIilioWAI'B; PILLS & _OmTMEHT. mms univebsal MBDionw 11 J.! HOUSEHOLD nKQUIfIITI PTOBX : THK PIIiLB Purify the Blood, impart tone to the Nerreej iy»tem, and act most poweifallyyctaoothii^ I) on the ' '-•-;. '•'l''\v., LIVER AND BOWELS, 1 Promoting Digestion and anl . endowing the whole bodily „ frame, irift/ Strength and rigor. Nervbo% Headachetj "',- Tremblings, with Lassitude and Genera Debility quickly yield to the potent force c) ; these weU>known Pills, and they an anj rivalleoin their eificacv in all ; <■ "'-'•'. FEMALE COMPLAINTS, '•• Removing all obstructions, skfa blesMshee pimples and boils, better than any othf iamuy medicine known. , THE OWTMBNT HAS A WORLD-WIDE REPUTATION. It heals every k of Sore, Ukes aW; Wound, more certainly than any other known ■> salve. Its marvellous penetrating powerf '.! render it invaluable in all • ' v THROAT AND CHEST DISEASBS, Curing Bronchitis, Quinseys, and Asthma. reducing Glandular Lumps, fVrring «*i4 healing Abscesses am Fistulas, and let alleviating the excruciating tortures oi , RHEUMATISM, GOUT, And Neuralgia it is unsuspassed. It neve fails to remove Scurf and every species of ski ,; disease. " •' '' " ' '" A " ' _'.. The Pills and Ointment are manutadare at No. 8, New Oxford street (late 53} Oxford street, London), and are sold byau ' vendors of Patent Lines throughout thi T Civilized World, ; . .. Directions for use in almost every lnngaatt WKr Purchasers should look to thcLabe -•■ on Pot and Boxes. If me address aad stree .'' are not on the? axe spurious. ' --V. ;

Onza Perfumery. 307, Rue St. Honore, Pane, ; T X GRAND'S SPECIAL PRODUCT! ±J - ' ■ —— ■ ■•' ' a ir ::-•» "'* ' Savon-Ortaa (Orlsa Soap)—lroai the faev male of Dr p. Revall. The b«t bm| lot rendering the ikln white ane) itfk s'!> Sweetly and , refrethlnfly MtiiAt r r (roie, green and white). >M<,i; <>r. r > Savon-Oriaa-Veloute, oxqililtelf pan famed forthetollot and bathY • Savon-Oiba , Orlaa Soap)—No, S, extoa fine, in bpx«a, 6 oake*,lt oxqoiatte r peifomei, No.A-3^ t /•.•sm ; :lvTi:-/p;ns>r ■ roie tea, white itUotoop«jJi white ,? violet- .-f-r s *- -rv '"■• ',- "-• .^: *>t t'*T T : Otlta-Tonloa (axtimot of pirate) te ilmmmm - ■. ; the hab-MTr taown haj ZimZZ * rlolet,fto. -^^J T" OrU*Powdei—Fiowtw of Ouollu rice | , * J fOl wftenlns and feheshlng tkt ■kin j In axoelleat boxet, with powte „, Oitak-Veloate—Floweti of tioe powdat. adheting to the ikln, with the p^,' ■• ■ limeol nowmoQunay ;'{,"- r. _ OtUa-riowen (white anTa»heted>-a* ! excellent toilet watw, tonli to tht iklii, iwaatif hnd dtUoately; pw' '• fumed < " ;',' .■ ..■ t-v-' t ' ''" ']' .'/, Aqna-Orlia—New toilet water, tebathl** the ikln < " -'■ r\' °-' -," JV';^" Orfia-Hay—A toila watei with the pat* fame of new moon hay V OtUa-Aoldnllnt—ToUet vlnegav, afoautle, and dlilnleefeant, «p^iaUy adapted foi ladle*'toHeti/ , Oitaa-Sooteh-Lar«jidei— Sptlgi of Jk^eh ■.',■ Urendet flowm j a rleh toilet watat Btu-de-Oologne-Orfaa—TU I x h-llfe td., let watat ■•■•■• ol • "- 'v"';- -;'V;.. Oitaa-Wateß— Oojnoenttated and. /»t1,,,' \,. , ! Bxtiaet of ropedoi Sai da o OiM i Goottei-Oil»-Dentlfrloe —An exu i , preieivlng the teetfc and gWM Ui, , good health and pwrentlog daoay Oflia'Dentalxe, In p«U oi powder, ef whitening the teeth withoit afeeUag, £ «l>enamel i-- '" >«>>:?*?»>/ Eu Oriia at Orha-Lyi — Perftmae fo ■eentlng Unen and the handkarcila wlthoat italnlag . . Oilna-OU—Vealonoly perfumed; fe» rea . deilng the hair left and brilliant, - - preventlngl.fr falling off Oilia-I«ete (Orb* MUk)—An emulalv lotion rfifrefhfng tonlo to the akl „„ removing »ed -poU »od prerentfi wrlnklej on ttie faoe ! Oreme Orlaa (of NUnon de Lenoloi)—-Vot > psodaelng* beaatlfol white oomplex: t ion with the olearneii and Tafraiy aoftneii ofjouth •'; ? OrU«llne-Oolor»nt<- (the beet hair dye)— For initentanaowly dyeing the hall to any made, and with no danger* V: I health. In Wei, each irltli biueer comb, proipeeiini, and bottle; er , :.: boxes, the bottle only without aeoat eorlei ,'."'..' ' ".■".-■.!"-, :n r -*; ISh Otlia-Inoolote Vlolette of the Oat a moat exquWte perfama qalte • J noiegay of violate. -. ■ - -■ . Eh Ortea Suave wholt helletiopi Bat* qnet of the flower f •■ - ";, ,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2391, 2 April 1890

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