Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

24 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

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A N URSE'S FATAL MISTAKE.

DEATH OF ISABEL LADY BURTON.

1A DOUBLE TRAGEDY.

JUDGE THOMAS HUGHES DEAD.

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NEWS NOTES.! —■—

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MILITARY MATTERS. !

- AN ESSEX SAMARITAN.

Newyddion
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

AN ESSEX SAMARITAN. The Woodbridge Reporter publishes an interestiny account of "The Essex Samaritan," more exactlg known as Mr. George Edwards, of Little Bealinge, near Ipswich, who, though a quiet and retiring person, is noted locally for the good he has done to people who have had the benefit of his advice, which we now give to our readers. It appears that Mr. Edward's lore is the result of his own experience When I was a boy," said he, I had a bad attack of rheumatic fever, and another about eleven years ago, when I was laid up for twenty-one weeks." And up to two years ago, interrupted his wife, if he got a cold or the weather was changeable he suffered most excruciating pains in all his limbs. He could get no rest night nor day, for he could not sleep at night nor rest in the day- time." Yes," continued Mr. Edwards, it was about two years ago, just before Christmas, when I was suffering dreadfully with rheumatism in my legs, so that I could not get my stockings on, nor walk. Nothing did me any good. One day I was looking at the newspaper, and saw what wonderful things Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People had done, and I said, I'll have a try at them.' So I sent right away to Dr. Williams' place for a box." Mrs. Edwards again interposed here: Yes," she said, and after he had taken that one box he felt great relief, and so he sent again and got another." I had only three boxes altogether," continued the husband. "And that properly cured him," the wife chimed in emphatically. I have never had a rheumatic pain since, and I tell everybody how much good they have done me and this has been the means, as you have heard, of great benefit to many people who have been led to use Dr. Williams' Pink Pills by my example." Mr. Edwards' disinterested story carries convic- tion on the surface, and confirms reports from all quarters of the remarkable cures effected by Dr. Wil- liams' Pink Pills, not only in cases of rheumatism, but in all the many disorders which follow influenza and rheumatic fever, or arise from an impoverished state of the blood and nerves, such as anrumia, pale and sallow complexion, general muscular weakness loss of appetite, shortness of breath, pains in the back, nervous headache, early decay, all forms "01 female weakness, hysteria, paralysis, locomotor ataxy, sciatica, palpitations, low vitality, and wasting" strength from any cause. These Pills are genuine tnly with the Jull name, Dr. Williams' Pink Pilli for Pale People, and are sold by chemists and b, Dr. Williams' Medicine" Company, Holborn-viaduct London, E.C., at 2s. 9d. a box, or six for 13s. 9d They are unrivalled as a tonic and strengtheninj medicine for both sexes.

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THE FATE OF CAPTAIN PREYFUff,

NOVELISTS AND SCHOOLMASTERS.

A CHANCE FOR STAMP-COLLECTORS.

A CURIOUS SPECTACLE.

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IBREACH OF PROMISE CA

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MEMORIAL TO THE LATE PRINCE…

DEATH OF THE ORAHG AT TITO…

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THE BURNS EXHIBITION.