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, BALKAN CRISIS.

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THE HUMBERT CASE,

LADY FALLS OVER 300 FEET.…

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iSTARVED HIMSELF. I

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STARVED HIMSELF. I "I wished I could be made to die," were the words of Edmond McSweeney, 27, Water-street, Llanelly. "Instead of getting better I grew worse. I had a great craving for food, but dreaded the pain which followed. Unbearable were the pains in my stomach whenever I ate I had a bad taste in my mouth, and was as yel- low as a guinea. I almost starved myself, and became as thin as a rake. Day after day, and night after night, nearly mad from despondency and pain, I wished I was dead. But I read of cures effected by Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people. I thought I would give-the- a trial, so I sent out for a box. Before I had ex- hausted it I felt relief. I bought another box. The improvement was continued, and after I had taken a fourth box I felt quite another man. The dreadful pain had quite left me, and I had regained my old vitality, and was soon able to eat anything again, and to resume work." All who suffer the miseries of indigestion and bile should follow this example. Why Starve?

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IA PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRICITY.

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- PREVENTING BURIAL ALIVE.