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W. J. BEER Lance-Corporal, Royal Engineers "As a sufferer from Neuralgia and Nerve Strain, who has been highly benefited by Phosferine, I feel I must let you know in order to express my gratitude. I have been engaged on exchange operating and maintenance for 15 months, and in a busy Garrison the job is not an easy one; the strain on one's nerves is very great at times. After being used to open-air work, I soon began to develop neuralgia and was subject to sick headaches. I was advised to take several different medicines, but being no believer in medicincs in general, I did not pay much heed to the advice. In March last, however, happening to read of a man on active service who had found Phosferine beneficial, I decided to give it a trial. After the first bottle I could feel a great change in my health, so I kept on with it, with the result that I would not be without it now. I am feeling as fit as a fiadle, and always keep a. supply of Phosterine Tablets by me." This keen and efficient Lance-Corporal says he can get more and more out of his day since Phosferine saved him from the menacing nerve collapse provoked by his 15 months of continuous duties—Phosferine roused the inactive nerve organisms to produce the extra vital force to outlast the most exhausting activities, and thus made certain no further exhaustion of the system could occur. When you require the Best Toole Medicine, see you get Ao"h' o "4m 'mm PHOSFERINEI A PROVEN REMEDY FOR Nervous Debility Influenza Indigestion Sleeplessness Exhaustion Neuralgia Maternity Weakness I Premature Decay Mental Exhaasticn I Loss of Appetite Lassitude Neuritis Faintness Brajn-Fag Ansemia Backache Rheumatism Headache Hysteria Sciatica Phosferine has a world-wide repute for curing disorders of the nervous system mere completely and speedily, and at less ccst than any other preparation SPECIAL SERVICE NOTE Phos:erim is made in Liquid and S
Henrv KnigM. a hutchpr, was fined C15 at C?'ldford on Monday for having inhis?s'-te.?sioudisea-?dmpat.wlncit, he said, was in) ended for dogs' food. Poisoning in sui>|w-ed to he the cause of the presence of thousands of dead iisli which were notified floating in the River Trent at a point, just above Burton.
WELSHMEN ON GALLIPOLI
WELSHMEN ON GALLIPOLI MORRISTON SECT-MAJOR'S RECORD OF I FIGHTING DAYS GUNNER'S EXPERIENCES (Passed by Censor.) I The following extracts are taken from a long letter written by a well-known Morriston Sergt.-Major %-h
Coughs of the Elderly relieved by A[ IL I L. son ANGIERVfflUlSION Of ell Chemists, 2;fi As a healing, invigorating tonic to those of advanced years, Angier's Emulsion is invaluable. It is un- equalled for bronchitis, and for chronic catarrhal affections generally, whether of lungs, stomach, or intestines, It improves appetite, digestion and nutri- tion. There is no better tonic for the aged and feeble, and none that has such soothing, comforting effects. I( is pleasant to take either undiluted ct in soda-water, milk, wine, whiskey, et- ENDORSED BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. A Nurse writes:—"In my experience I have found Angier's Emulsion particularly beneficial for elderly patients suffering from chronic winter coughs and bronchitis. I know of several who have been greatly re- lieved by taking it regularly. It is good, too, for those who are inclined to be constipated. I am pleased to recommend it whenever opportunity arises." (Nurse) E. Make- peace, 36. Dudley Gardens, West Ealing, W. FREE TRIAL Send name and address, 4d. postage, and mention this pa.pee. BOTTLE. ANGIER CHEMICAL CO.. Ltd.. 86. Clerftanwell Rd.. London
Li?rtenant 'Franc-(,, iho Lih(,.rill member for the Mor?y division of Lan- cashire, has intimate that h? ?'iH not' accept his parliamentary salary during j the continuance of the war. ( A Committee has been set up by the Government to inquire into the question, of timber supplies. The Duke of Grafton, who has been ill for some weeks, is still very weak and unable to leave his bed. Diphtheria cases in the Metorpolitaii Asylums Board's hospitals on Monday reached the unusually high total of 1,543. George Mather, an ex-^oldier, who has been discharged from the Army after beirig wounded in France, was at Runcorn on Monday sent to gaol for three months for having interfered with a sentry. Printed and Published for the Swansea Press. Limited, hv ARTHUR PARNTCLI, HIGHAM, at Leader Buildings, Swanapa.
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