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WHAT HAPPENS IN THE QUEEN'S NAVY. INTERESTING DETAILS. Mr. J. Murray, late of the Royal Marine Artillery, has seen service in India, the Mediterranean and other seas, in well-known ships of war. It was, there- fore, with deep regret that, at the age of 33, he bad to give up her Majesty's service, in which, if oppor- tunity had occurred, he might have honourably dis- tinguished himself. In the year 1892," he said to an Aberdeen Journal commissioner, who called on him at his house (104, Chapel-street, Aberdeen), "I was en- gaged in operations in connection with, the raising of H.M.S. Howe on the Spanish coast, and during the operations I was constantly wearing wet clothes. At that particular time I did not experience any ill effects. Early in November of toe following year I was on board H.MJS. Empress of Indipk^t^ { Gibraltar. I then began to feel the low^^c..(»| of my back getting very »ore, '» I so tBaf I could not bend without .>0ver» j pain. In February, 1894, I got ^cfl but continued at wr»-V twilling to go sick, j In hluj, l was paid off the vessel in which I was serving, and going Into barrasks, I was three months in hospital. Temporarily relieved, I went on board H.M.S. "Royal Sovereign," and, being rather highly qualified, I got a comparatively easy job, and managed to carry on for some time, although still suffering pain. I continued to get worse, however, and in October, 189G, my legs got painfully swollen, and I experienced rheumatic pains and stiffness at the knee joints. My shoulder-joints also swelled up, and I was finally invalided home from Spain, where our ship was lying at the time. I went into hospital, and remained there for about three months, and receiving no benefit I left the hospital on the 10th of March. I then commenced taking Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People, and de- rived great benefit, as I will prove to you." Mr. Murray at this point appealed to his landlady, who completely confirmed his statement. He added Thanks to my cure by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, I am taking on "flesh rapidly," and a glance at the ruddy, active-looking fellow was sufficient to show j he was in the best of health. He had just returned from a visit to Glasgow, and he informed me that while he was there he walked,"as he expressed it, j all over the place." He was so mnch better that j he intended to set out immediately for a situation in j Glasgow, which had been offered him by telegraph, ) His improvement in health had been so manifest that a wdrkman employed in a granite yard in the city had heard about the cure and had called at Mr. | Murray's lodgings to make inquiry about, the fills. Mr Murray was only too glad to be able to do a feilowBufferer service, and gave the man full instruc- tions as to taking the pills. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills directly strengthen the blood and nerves, and thus it is that they are so famous among all classes of people, from the highest in the land to the lowest, for the cure of ansemi^ and rheumatism, scrofula, chronic erysipelas, pamlyiis, locomotor ataxy, neu- ralgia, St. Vitus' dance, and nervous headache. They are now obtainable of all chemists, and from Dr Williams' Medicine Company, Holborn viaduct, London, at 2s. 9d. a box, or six for 13s. 9d^ but are I genuine only with full name, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Pink Pills sold loose or from glass jars are not Dr. Williams'. jars are not Dr. Williams'.

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