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BULLEIL AGAIN CROSSES TUGELA.

THE BOER VERSION.

LIVELY EXPERIENCE FOR !FIGHTING…

GATACRE ATTACKED BY THE BOERS.

HEWS FROM THE TRANSVAAL.

THE SITUATION IN NATAL.

BOER PRISONERS ATTEMPT TO…

A LETTER EROIvl THE FRONT.

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MONTGOMERYSHIRE IMPERIAL YEOMANRY.

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—« BADMINTON TOURNAMENT. '

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FORDEN BOARD OF GUARDIANS.

FORDEN 11 U R k L DISTRICT

♦-j TREGYNON. !

PARLIAMENTARY.

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,+- ROW SOME ViOllES RACE TE0 CELE. With the newspapers full of stories of misery and crime, no apology is needed for reprinting a charm- ing story oi at. English Mother's bappmes;- and ocurage. The Ea;t Esstex Times, from winch it is clipped, reports the matter as a simple item, emanating from its local representative in the pretty village of S tarn bourne. Here .ives a Airs Richard- son, with her caught er. a ;*csy girl of eighteen, named Eva. This girl until recently had been ailinp* s^verelv with ansemia and f1 common consequent ailment— indigestion. Her liver became affected, as was cvi- dent by frequent pains across the shoulders, an d she suffsred great pain in her back and in rbp Je¡:s. She had no appetite, and could hardly erven up and downstairs, she was so weak neither Coulo she do anv work, and she always felt languid. i,tra Bicbardsorr stated A few month; ae-o. nlV neighbours told me they thought Eva was -t ing. I thoucht so too, for sne. was as white as a s:t. aod I quite made up my mind that I sboaid have to bury her. I have already buried fonr," added the mother with s:mp.e pati os, "m, tnanb Heaven, -be is all right now." Mre Rich&rdfrCTi ccntiued to explain that to*: pres- ent splendid health and astonishing change tho girl was dne to Dr Williams' pink pills- for pale people. Her daughter was attended by a doctor, but without any perceptible benefit. Oae dav. how- ever, a pamphlet was left at the cottage, containing il ease similar to her daughter's which had oc(-u cured by Dr Williams' pink pills. M •r- Ricl.ardsoa immediately procured a box, and after Miss Rich- ardson bad taken them for about a week felt better, and could eat her food in emr She continued *to take the pills, and before fner boxes Lad been exhausted she Lad quite her health, strength, and appetite. Miss Richardson herself addod. evident pleasure and gratefulness.* « Yu; I ca> and drink anything uov,, and enjoy it. I feel cy-ilN- well and strong, and can do my work wlthotr ci'Ik uUy." The young woman proceeded tc say 12.. bad recommended "he pills to other salleicrs, and sh.:3 would oontinue to do sc. Mrs Richardson declared ths,t it was êC :):, Will- pink pills that bile owed her claoghtcr"? life, and tbe thankful parent went on to say that a Alrs Lapwood, who was almost an invalid, Jiving in the adjoining parish of Bird brook, had derived great benefit from tire pills. B er daughter's receverv had naturally caused great surprise in the village, and the pastor of the Congregational Church hi; (J alluded to it with astonishment. Miss Richardson stated that she hsd not the !;JihtI::8t O)j9(,ti:)Q t, the foregoing being published, and by this resolve she is rendering- a and public service to those of be:- sex, who by ic-son of weakly constitutions, or exhausting condi* ijus of employment, hare been reduced to a sickly anaemic state. Impoverishment and deficiency of are 'f>8poDsib]e for the weary eyes of thousands of natrons and young women, and by buildiuc up the olood fresh energy is imparted to the system through the veins. Dr Wiiiiams' pink piPg have become famous among countless gratefui women, who are constantly recommending them for anasn -o pale and sallow complexion, general muscular vs p'-ikness. loss of appatite, palpitations, pains in the back, ner- vous headache, and neuralgia, early aecav, BL forms of female weakness and hysteria, and consumption of the bowels and lungs. Acting on the nerves also, serious ailments such as paralysis, locomotor ataxy, rheumatism and sciatica are ctired. No nilis are genuine except those bearing the fuli name lh Williams' pink pills for pale people, and sold by most chemists, and by Dr Williams' Medicine Com- pany, Holborn Viaduct, London, at two ghi llings and ninepence a box, or six boxes for thirteen and nine. Pink Pills sold loose or from plass jars are not Dr Williams' pink pills had Mis? R 'ehardson allowed herself to be deceived into accepting* a sub- stitute in place of the remedy she had in mind, it is probable that she T>0L;]d not now be alive to tell the story.

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----CHURCESTGKE

BERRIEW.

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