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I MARVELLOUS RESULTS. If we said these things of ourselves the public ,¡:ght. well doubt, but never has a remedy eceived the unqualified endorsement, as "Ho- nocea" has received. We ask one and all to t-ad these testimonials and ask themselves should they be without "Homocea" in their Homes. MEDICAL & OTHER TESTIMONIALS. RHEUMATISM. LORD COMBERMERE writes: Carlton Club, London, lith Nov., 1887.-1 have tried your Homocea' upon myself for Rheumatism, and I found it do more good than any embrocation I have ever used, and several of my friends have benefited by its use. COMBERMERE." BRUISES AND FLESH WOUNDS. BISHOP WILLIAM TAYLOR writes:—" High Barnet, 28th Oct., 1891.—My dear old Friend,—I have used 'Homocea,' and proved its healing: v irtue both for severe bruises and flesh wounds, md also to kill the virus of mosquitoes and chiggou (jiggèrs).- Yours very truly, (Bishop) WM. TAYLOU, American Methodist Episcopal Mission." SEVERE INFLAMMATION. H. M. STANLEY (the great African explorer) says "Homocea" is a most soothing and effi- cacious unguent.It is as soft as oil and almost instantly mollifying in the case of severe inflammation. SKIN ERUPTION OF FORTY-FOUR YEARS' STANDING. A lady writes from Stockport, 17th April, 1889:— I Honiocca' is not known as it ought to be for skin disorders. I myself, have suffered very severely for forty-four years from Scurvy or Eczema left by smallpox. Have always been able to have first medical advice, but doctors have not been able to do all these years, what Homocea' has done in three weeks. My doctor is surprised at the result. I earnestly desire to assist others to the relief I myself have received." Lord Combermere, Lord Carrick, Bishop Taylor, and many others also bear witness to the mar- vellous effects of Homocea." "Homocea" sold by most chemists at Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. per box, or sent post free on receipt of stamps to 21, HAMILTON SQUARE, BIRKENHEAD, CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS.—Approximate return of traffic receipts for the week ending August 27th, 1893 -Miles open, 237. Passengers, parcels, horses, oarriagea. dogs, and mails. X4,002 merchandise, minerals, and lire stock, £1,891; total for the week, ■ £ 5,893; aggregate from commencement of half-year, iJ55,93ti. Actual traffic receipts for the corresponding week last year-Miles open, 237. Passengers, parcels, horses, carriages, dogs, and mails, £ 3,548; merchandise, minerals, and live stock, £1,901; total for the week, £ 5,449. Aggregate from commencement of corres'ondiDjr period laatyear, iioi,277. Incr^a. for the week, passengers, &c., .£1;)4,; rn»rc:uuidi minerals, &c., £ 00; t)tal incretse for the Wt",k o£444. Acrsrregate incregl-e from commencement' half-year, £ 659; Decrease, Pa-»-engers, parcels. &c. XDW merchandise, &c., X104 total ri<cr«aso foi the week. £ 000. A.g-«Tresr«te decrease from comaieuc mentor half-year, £ 0,000. Aggregate"itioreas^, a- j^eagets; parcels, &c., < £ 555; merchandise, mineral* analivaatock, £ 104; total for th i wek, £ 000 aggre- gate increase from commeacement of ia'f-ytar £ 659. 3

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