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A DAINTY WEE FROCK.

The Winter Health Resorts…

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ROUND THE HOSPITAL.

: o: MEAN TRICKS.

: o: TWO DEPARTMENTS.-

-:0:-IN THE CHILDREN'S WARD.

-;0:-AIR, LIGHT, AND CLEANLINESS.

-:0:-CHEERFUL NURSES.

--:0:-THE TRUTH ABOUT "NERVES."

--:0:-NASAL TROUBLE.

! o: ' - ■ ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

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o: ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Aperater (Germany).—The patient suffer- ing from hallucinations must be under medical observation you never know what euch patients will do next. Brown.—You are quite right to consider your health and that of your future wife. Speak to a doctor about it; don't be frightened; doctors are very kind. Pendle Hill.—You need more fresh air and exercise. Enquirer.—Will write on voice-production. Satchett.—It is called a ganglion. It is not dangerous, can be removed by a simple operation, and will not disappear of its own accord. Go to a doctor. H. R.—Nerer neglect tumour of the breast. Show it to a doctor at once.

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A Parliamentary Family.

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