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SPRING AILMENTS. Each season of the year has its peculiar ailments and dangers. No observant per- son can have failed to notice this. The great prevalence of Influeza during the past season is a striking instance of this fact. Now, at this seaon of the year, there are what are known as "Spring Ailments," such as Eczema, Skin A Sections,BioodDisorders Pimples, Blotches, etc., etc. These ail- ments, which are so annoying and unpleas- ant, and, indeed, in some cases, dangerous to the human system, can be sjteedily re- lieved by a course of Gwilym Evans' Quin- ine Bitters, the vegetable tonic. This pre- paration contains the activee principle of the finest Blood Purifiers, such as Sarsa- parilla, Burdock, Dandelion, Lavender, Saffron, Gentain, and Quinine. The first three of these plants are noted as Blood Purifiers. Gwilym Evens' Quinine Bitters is admitted to be among the best purifiers of the blood which have yet been discovered and though several vegetable preparations are offered to the public as Blood Purifiers, none can compare with Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters in their efficacy to attain the desired result. Gwilym Evans' Quin- ine Bitters contains no Mercury or Iron or any other mineral substances, which often leave behind them pernicious effects. This preparation is purely vegetable, and is a natural tonic, being eomposed entirely of Nature's remedies, which cannot injure the most delicate person, while, at the same time, it is always effectual and beneficial when taken to restore the body to its nor- mal healthy state, when any of its organs have been deranged by disease. Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters is sold in bottles 2s 9d and 4s 6d each. Avoid imitations. <0" Or -r I.


Pwllhell Town Council.


- I Bangor Normal CollegeI

Bethesda District Council.

A Strange Case of Intoxication

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Bangor Board of Guardians.

University College of North…

North Wales British Medical…