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CHILDREN'S COUGHS.

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CHILDREN'S COUGHS. Mrs. BALLIN, the Great Authority en Children's Diseases, strongly recommends 'VENO'S LIGHTNING" COUGH CURE. Mrs. Ada S. Ballin, 5, Agar-street, Lon- don, Editor of Womanhood," writes: — "Veno's Lightning Cough Cure is an ex- ceedingly successful remedy. [t is very pleasant to take, and the relief it gives is very rapid. The^ preparation LS perfectly eafefor children. Mrs. Hague, Ratcliffe-crescent, Lockwood, near Huddersfield, writes: "My little boy Buffered from hoarseness and bronchitis. We all thought he never would be cured or 6peak again. After taking Veno's Light- ning Cough Cure he was able to speak plainly, f have never seen anything to act so quickly." Ask for Vetio'e Lightning Cough Cure at Chemists and D*Ug Stores. Price & £ d., Is. ljd., and 2s. 3d. everywhere.

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Glamorgan Rifle Association,

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