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AMATEUR THEATRICALS AT MERTHYR.

Fire at Merthyr Vale.

In and Out of the Merthyr…

ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL AT MERTHYR.

CITY MEN ENTERTAINED TO DINNER.…

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I The Day's Work! <' What Does it Mean to You? t What thoughts beset you as you leave the house each morning for the day's work ? Is it r the same old grind," or is the outlook bright? » | There is no reason why the prospect should not be bright, with glowing health such as A i the "Magnetaire" can give. You need never anticipate a day without strength and L happiness. If you feel tired or depressed, without any ambitions, and have given up any idea [ of roakiDg a fresh struggle, it is because of your want of energy, The MAGNETAIRE P will give you energy in a natural way,and restore your full vitality. Then you will n^ver know A I disease of any kind, and you will know that whatever task the day bring?, you will be well A 1 able to perform it. Then the day's work will mean MORE than just so much money earned K [ —but GLOWING HEALTH, the heritage of every man and woman, r 9 | 1EMEMBEE. I [ THIS IS AN AGE OF YOUNG WORKMEN-AGE IS A MATTER OF ? L FEELING, NOT OF YEARS. I r ? f YOU WANT TO BE HEALTHY AND VIGOROUS! 4 f YOU WANT TO BE HEALTHY AND VIGOROUS! 4 j ) Then enlist the II Mnnetaire" in your service, you can saap your I [ fingers at ill-hsaith. There's SOUND HEALTH in LONSDALE S [ MAGNETAIRE TREATMENT. J 021010' t liE WISE NOW and consult me before my visit finally closes. I have arranged in con. A i sequence of those who were unable to see me last week, to again Visit Mcrthyr on ( J Monday and Tuesday Next, May 3rd and 4th, at J 42, UNIQH TERRACE, MERTHYR TYDFIL, | HOURS 11 to 1 and 3 to 7. ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE. { I 9 — —————————————————————— Thi9 week I bring to your notice a host of new testimonials.. If yon have not 9 j !seen the testimonials published in these coiums from tho district, A j they can lie seen at iny Consulting Rooms. A I BEVERLEY. 92, Flemming Gate, Beverley, Yorks, February 23rd, 1509. I J j Dear Sir,—With pleasure I am able to inform you of the great benefit derived from k I | your ''Magnetaire" treatment. The effect upon the varicose veins naj been most, won- x f BEVERLEY. 92, Flemming Gate, Beverley, Yorks, February 23rd, If:09. I J j Dear Sir,—With pleasure I am able to inform you of the great benefit derived from k I | your ''Magnetaire" treatment. The effect upon the varicose veins naj been most, won- x f derail, the tight feeling has been removed, and the pain subdued. But above all that- v f heavy depressed feeling that I suffered for so. many years has quite gone and every r- j f part of my system strengthened up, and caji now fully enjoy life. Please pesi: me a para- a I | phlet for a friend suffering with partial paralysis, for after what you have dene fer me A | i no one jfted give up hope. Wishing vou further success,—Yours trulv, I S". S. PALMER. 9 ——————— ( LIEUT.-COLONEL ELLERMAN, Late 98th REGIMENT. < MARGATE. La Casa Sarina, North Down Avenue, Cliftonville, Margate. Dear Sir,—I promised you, before leaving for Florence, to send you a few lines re- < lative to my progress. I have derived much benefit. I feel much stronger in body, and i the twitching in my legs has left me free. I take daily horse exercise, and long walks as well, thanks to vour attention. As regards my wife, her weak digestion has wonder- fully improved, and now she can eat anything. Her general health has gained very r) y much. Everybody congratulates her on her good and healthy looks. I have done everv- k y thing in mv power to recommend your treatment.—With our kind compliments, verv l { faithfully yours, Wx\RD ELLERMAN, Lt.-Col. f I # BRISTOL. 1, Albany Place, Montpelier, October 23rd, 1508. i Dear Sir,—Although ten years have now elapsed since I first consulted you, I am not j J unmindful of the lasting benefit your treatment has afforded me. You will recolle, t j that I was suffering with acute rheumatism of two years' standing, ",hic!¡ was so severe > f as to render walking extremely difficult, the slightest movement being attended with t" i great pain. I had tried almost everything unsuccessfully; even the Bath Waters failed 9 i to do me any good. Your "Magnetaire" treatment rapidly gave me relief, and entirely I » eliminated all signs of my complaint, of which I have not had any recurrence since. I x have recommended your treatment on every possible occasion.—Yours sincerely, # (Mrs.) C MANLEY. 9 4 HUDDERSFIELD. 30, Arnold-street, Birkv, HuddersfieJd, October 5th, 1-90S. I I I Dear Sir,—By the advice of a friend, who had derived benefit from your treatment, I I I j adopted it for my wife, who was a great sufferer from indigestion. I am happy to say f that her health is already greatly improved, and I am so convinced of its value that f 4 I adopted your treatment to strengthen my lungs and voice with success.—Yours sin- 9 A cerely, m G. P. STATHEY, Headmaster, Hill House Board School. J CURE OF LUMBAGO AND KIDNEY COMPLAINT AT 62 YEARS OF AGE. J PENSNETT. Commonside, Pensnett, September 28th. f v Dear Sir,—With feelings of the deepest gratitude I state the wonders done for me r 6 by the "Magnetaire" Treatment. When I came to you it was with great difficulty, as • J I had been suffering from lumbago and kidney complaint more or less for years. I J > could not do the simplest thing for myself, not even lace my own boots or wash myself, T neither could I work or get but very little sleep at night, and, I am bound to own, f f that, being in my 62nd year, I had almost given up hoping for good health and freedom i i from pain again: but it is my jov to testify that I am now like another man, being free 1 from pain, and able to eat, sleep, work and attend to my own wants in every particular. 1 Please accept my grateful thanks, and make any use you IlLcr of the facts of my case, f Yours truly, TAMES HANDLEY. 9 | SPINAL WEAKNESS. j w LEEK..22, Southbank-street, Leek, November 20th, 1908. j A Dea" Sir.—I enclose with deepest gratitude the portrait of my son Frank. When | J we brought him to you he could not stand or attempt to walk from spinal weakness. By i constantly sitting in his chair helpless his limbs formed themselves into the shape of the J ? chair. All the "doctors who attended 'mm said he would never walk, and our doctor # 4 called him "the marble boy," owing to his inanimate appearance. He now runs off to 1 A school like other boys, and joins in their sports with great glee. The "Magnetaire has 1 1 been the greatest blessing of mv life.—Yours faithfully, i EMMA COX. » } J GREAT NERVOUS AND GENERAL DEBILITY. EXTREME WEAKNESS—LEFT 4 HOSPITAL "INCURABLE." ) i&ASTBOURNE. 6, Vicarage Road, Eastbourne, September 24th 1906. |l Dear Sir,—For fully three and a half years previous to my coming to see you in ,| November, 1 had been a very great sufferer, being so generally out of health that I really could do nothing for myself. I was afraid to go out alone for fear I should fall down. I used to become so dizzy, my nerves were all upset, in fact, I seemed to be entirely 11 HOSPITAL "INCURABLE." ) i&ASTBOURNE. 6, Vicarage Road, Eastbourne, September 24th 1906. |l Dear Sir,—For fully three and a half years previous to my coming to see you in ,| November, I had been a very great sufferer, being so generally out of health that I really could do nothing for myself. I was afraid to go out alone for fear I should fall down. I used to become so dizzy, my nerves were all upset, in fact, I seemed to be entirely 11 broken down. I had been in the Sus.sex County Hospital twice, and once in the Blooms- bury Hospital, Quoen's-square, London, in fotft, had only rust left the last-named as "in- curable," when I came to see you. I am thankful to be able to tell you that six months < after I put myself under your treatment I was at work again, and I am to-day as well (' and strong a-s it is possible for any man to be. My case is well known in the neigh- || bourhood, and my cure has attracted much attention.-Yours gratefully, SAMUEL SUTTON. |! i: NERVOUS DEBILITY—LIFE A MISERY. '1 i STAFFORDSHIRE. 4, North-street, Stoke, October 6th, 1908 -f DeAr Sir,—For eighteen years off and on I have suffered greatly; in fact it WO:l Li P i be impossible to put into words my suffering. I have been under many doctors, nnd |i have spent pounds, but obtained no reii f. Hearing of your visit through Mrs. Sea- T bridge, I determined to come and see yoj. Then I can truly say I was a man unstrung one sharp word would unnerve me for hours. I was like a man hung on wires. Even l' i when drinking my tea I had to hold th^ cup with both hands. I could not sleeo; in |1 i fact, I never knew a day without a foeiu'-g of misery, but to-day I can truthful'y tav j I I foal seven men to what I was. It Feems a wonderful thing your treatment, and T am I I foal seven men to what I was. It Feems a wonderful thing your treatment, and T am anxious to let all who suffer know of the "Magnetaire." It would have been a com- (I fort to mo had I known of your treatment before, for it would have saved me years I1 j A of suffering and scores of pounds.—Yours faithfully, {1 ) JOHN BOSWELL. || f DR. T. 0. DOBSON, M.R.C.S.L., etc., Folkestone:— l' "At eighty-three years of age I was relieved of Bladder Disease, after suffering acutely for two years, and, what is more, my general health has most wonderfully im- I' (( proved." (| j OR.^GEO. DENT, Stancombe House, Knowle Road, Bristol:— f r "I have used your treatment for myself, and must confess that I derived from it II much more benefit than anything I have tried since my severe accident about five l' I months ago; so much so that I feel it a pleasurable duty to report my experience." || W. R. LIDDERDALE, ESQ., GOVERNOR OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND, 1897 ? and 1898, WRITES:— d "I have had your valuable treatment, and it has certainly done me good. Kindly t fulfil my request. I enclose cheque." (I A > MR.^ HENRY WRATE, Chief Officer, Coastguard Station, Yarmouth:— (| f "My wife suffered 16 years from Paralysis, and was unable to walk by herself, | # and in one week, after your treatment, she was able to walk without any assistance." t ——————— THE REV. SILAS HOCKING. THE HONOURED PREACHER AND AUTHOR. I> Dear Sir,—I have much pleasure in bearing testirrony to the value of your l' Metan-e. I adopted vour treatment for my little girl, who suffered for some time {) from weakness of the spine. In less that a week I observed a marked improvement | in her condition, which, I am happy to say, has since continued without abatement. < I am, your very truly, SILAS HOCKING. < a BE WISE NOW, and consult me before my visit finally closes—for owing to J the increasing demand for my services, I have decided to prolong my visit to Merthyr. If you have thought the Magnotsire would not restore you health, read the above teetimon- i ials and change your opinion. Gladstone said, If you are alive you must change <1 it is a sign of life." |1 <' During the last weeks yon have had brought to your notice some Hundreds of Testimonials l' y from all parts of England in favour of the "MAGNETAIRE." IF you can find a (' A better treatment, adopt it BUT, in justice to yourself and family, CALL AND j SEE ME ON MONDAY and TUESDAY NEXT. 'j 1 ALL CONSULTATIONS ARE FREE. i ALL CONSULTATIONS ARE FREE. -l

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