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UNEXPECTED NEWS. .

THREE DAYS ON THE ISLAND.

The Cape Prohibition.;

INTERVIEW WITH DR. JAMESON.!

"BLUFF" ON THE RAND.

CANCER RESEARCH.1

MYSTERIOUS FIRE AT BRITON…

CRiSiS IN CUBA. ..

CARDIFF FORWARD MOVEMENT

400 NATIVES KILLED.

Fighting in Crete. if

A Turkish Mutiny.! I

ITHE PAPAL YOKE.

IMOUNTAIN ASH BURNING CASE-

-=--._.-.--.--..j" THE AIR…

Disaster in Spain.1 j ^

_! BLOODY PEASANT RISING.!

jREDAN " MASSY.

IINTERESTING RATING CASES.

! t BAD HEALTH, TRADE, AND…

! Cardiff Bigamy Charge.

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| THE OPEN COUNCIL

iLEGAL ADVICE.

EARTH CAVED IN.

* ———^ ! CARDIFF MOTOR 'BUSES.

| WOMAN'S STORY DISCREDITED

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PALE, WEAK, LASTED.

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PALE, WEAK, LASTED. WHAT A YOUNG MARRIED WOMAJ ENDURED THROUGH INDIGESTION • ANAEMIA, WLND, AND tsLEEP^1^8 NESS. NESS. The terrible suffering which anasrui* up 'ii thousands of people, and pat^lCU! Ufj^n youDg women, is beyond estim.* You see its victims every day, in street. lB ]|j<j tory, and in shop—pale, bloodless faces* P lips, sunken eyes. The least effort tires tb- and thev drag through the day's work. 'on.? be for night and rest. And yet all this cou so easily prevent ed Anaemia is due *° n digestion and assimilation of food- T "is t tood does not digiSt. thoroughly, it al carry nourishment into your system making of healthy red bood, and so 'he starved. Read thisstory from Mrs ChlPr sell a young ma.rried woman hving at 84, W s'reet. Derehani-road, Norwich. It is a May 3rd, 1906 t n t Some time ago," she says, "I £ «-iti suffer with indigestion. Food disagree gsar me, and there was always a tigbt Pr? aD across ray chest. I lost all taste lor '°n when I did oat there was always pai" stomach afterwards. I had dizzy attacks frequently, and I wasted away to a shadow- -ri -r-» -\r SIX MONTHS OF MISERY- u h I was very pale and weak. and t hdotq tried many thine3 I found no redef. Y: dig said I was suffering fr iu ana;mia ana tion, but in six months' attendance M0the help ine. At last I began to lak<3 Tit Seigel's Syrup Its effect was surprisi ~'joun; pains and wind quirkly left me »n baCk fll 'mv strength returning S°J n 1 healfci my w rli again. I am now in spien tbac and have nearer suffered in the leas j time." f t wViii,t Mothci This is an every day example ot car4 Sei gei's Syrup can dp. It is an gtjon ij not only for anaemia, but ior hcadachg every possible form. troubles. constipation, skin and ki.«nc. » yield to its influence. The 2s 6d Bottle contains Three times as mjcb i as the 16 Hd IlZe.