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WITH A MISSION LADY. I

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WITH A MISSION LADY. I A GOOD WORK IN LONDON. I A leading member of the South London Wes- leyan Mission at Rodney-road Chapel, Walworth, Mrs. John Hunt, Clifton Villa, 22, Beresford- street, London, S.E., lately told the "South Lon- don Press" a story not connected with her social and religious work, but one which appeals to all A Lady Missionary in the Slums. I who know the Mission with which Mrs. Hunt has for twelve years been identified. "About four years ago," said Mrs. Hunt, "my health broke down, and it was only when I had been persuaded to use Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people that I got well. I had a diseased heart, but what is called floating kidney' was, no doubt, the prime cause of my illness. I suf- fered much from shortness of breath when hurry- ing about the house or walking out. So weak was my heart that fainting fits frequently over- came me. Many a time I thought I was dying. I was told that the only cure was an operation on the kidney, but the doctor was afraid to operate, on account of my heart. I went on from bad to worse. I could not sleep at night, and suffered such terrible pains all down my left side that I feared a stroke of paralysis. The first gleam of hope appeared when I bought a box of Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people. Their effect was almost incredible. I felt better immediately. I feel a different person altogether, and am better in every way. The Mission Workers all notice the great change for the bet- ter. At times I feel the pains slightly in my side but a dose of the pills always gives relief. My breathing is also much better, and I have recovered my appetite. I ascribe my improve- ment solely to Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people, for since I started taking them I have had no other medicine. They have cured what the doctor said could only be cured by an operation." Mrs. Hunt is not the first to be saved from the ordeal of a surgical operation by Dr. Wil- liams' pink pills, which, by improving the blood supply, enable Nature herself to effect the most wonderful cures. This is how diseases thought incurable, such as Bright's disease of the kid- neys, consumption, paralysis, locomotor ataxy, and fits, are cured by them; and naturally smaller ailments like rheumatism, anaemia, hysteria and ladies' troubles, sciatica, St. Vitus' dance, and skin eruptions, are still more easily cured by Dr. Williams' pink pills. Dr. Wil- liams' medicine company, Holborn-viaduct, Lon- don, will send the genuine pills post free for two and ninepence, but they can be also obtained wherever medicine is sold. Take care to see the name of Dr. Williams on the wrapper, and avoid substitutes, which are useless and sometimes dangerous,

AHREST OF COLONEL LYNCH. I

TWO LADIES DROWNED. I

A COLLEGE DESTROYED. I

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ICAMBRIDGE TRIPOS.

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