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SARAH BERNHARDT'S ACTIVITY.

WHEAT CROPS OF THE WORLD.

ITHE BOERS AS SHOOTERS.

BLACK SEA NAVAL SCANDAL.

WARNING TO LAMP-USERS.

A GIANT GAS ENGINE.

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FUTURE PRICE OF IRON.

A BRITISH EMBASSY'S TABLE…

THE "SIX-TOE HIGGINSES."

DANCING AT THE PAJUS IEXHIBITION.

MAITRES LABORI AND DEMANGE.

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FEARLESS LONDON LADY.

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FEARLESS LONDON LADY. In the Kingsland district of London, the home of thousands of working-class people, a representative (says the News of the World) got wind of an interest- ing affair the other day, and set out to investigate. The reporter made his way through the rain and slush of a horribly wet day to 93, De Beauvoir-road, London, N., where he found a buxom, ruddy lady, with good-humoured energy in every line of her face. Mrs. Allan, though grandmother to six, bears her fifty-two years bravely. She has been a hard worker all her life, and told the reporter she had "no fear of the prevalent rheumatism and sciatica which the ( weather naturally suggested. I And yet," said she, I was a martyr to rheuma- tism and sciatica for ten years. I used to dread going to bed, to face another night of misery. The sciatica would come on all of a sudden and quite cripple me, so that I wasn't able to get about. I I have been laid up with sciatica for a. week at a time." I suppose you tried the usual remedies?" I Tried! I tried everything, medicines and em- brocations, but obtained only slight relief for a short time. Many a time I have crawled about when I ought to have been in bed. It seemed as if I had just to go on suffering, there was no help for it." But, Mrs. Allan," interposed the reporter, on a wet day like this, I should have thought your rheumatism would be troubling you. Yet you say that you now fear nothing Nor do I," came her quick reply, "for I'm a different woman lately. And it's all owing to these," and, walking alertly across the room, she held up a box of Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people.. "I always keep these pills handy, you see," she ( resumed, though it was only by accident I tried j them. A young friend of mine, who had been taking the pills for anannia and had round them do her a lot of good, begged me to take some. She left. me six pills. That was about four months ago. I took them, and already began to feel easier. Then 1 bought a box of Dr. Williams' pink pills, and I have had about seven boxes altogether. "The result is wonderful. I have nothing now to hinder me getting about in all weathers. Lately 1 stopped taking the pills for a little time. You know how quickly sciatica pains come on. Well, all of a sudden I was taken with those pains in my legs, and was scarcely able to get across the room. I said to the girl who helps me, This means a day or two upstairs for me,' and I had actually to go up the stairs backwards. However, 1 took two of Dr. pink pills after eating my supper, and was well and able to walk with ease next morning. You see they are a safeguard. I have never felt bettor or had such ease and good health as I have done since taking Dr. Williams' pink pills. I recommend them to all my friends, who know the good they have done me. All my own people will tell you the same. ] only speak the honest facts and everybody ought to testify to what is honest." Mrs. Allan's married daughter, who had been pre- sent at the interview, said in corroboration that Dr. Williams' pills had done her mother a world of good. In fact, she had been one of the first to recommend them to her mother, having tried them for asthma, and derived great benefit from them. Asthma, indeed, though apparently one of the least lively disorders to be cured by internal medicine, is, like bronchitis and other chest complaints, amenable to treatment by the scientific action of Dr. Williams' pink pills, which, by enriching and purifying the blood, enable the system to resist the effects of cold and damp. This. Mrs. Allan's experience—cured after ten years' suffering of rheumatism and sciatica, and able to stave off the effects of damp afterwards by a single dose—shows what the pills do for rheu- matic sufferers. They have similarly cured cases of influenza and its after-effects, anaemia, nervous pro- stration, St. Vitus' dance, paralysis, consumption cf the bowels and lungs, and indigestion. They in- crease the weight of emaciated or thin people by enabling them to derive benefit from their food. Only genuine pills cure, and these can be distin- guished by bearing the full title—Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people—(seven words). Price twa shillings and ninepence, of all chemists.

A UNIQUE MOUNTAIN TOWN.

INSURANCE COMPANIES AND !…

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RECENT SHIPPING CASUALTIES.

! ANOTHER GOLD COUNTRY.

i |MEASURING EARTHQUAKES.

" ROPEDON MOUNT KENIA.

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