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BARRY ACCIDENT HOSPITAL COMMITTEE.

SOUTH WALES SANITARY INSPECTORS'…

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BARRY DISTRICT COUNCIL !FINANCE.

BAD TIMES FOR THE FLORIST.

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BAD TIMES FOR THE FLORIST. It is not always sunshine and full bloom with the fl.ri:st. After a short conversation with an expert one learns something of the other sine of tne ousinesp. and an interview with Mr William Aenton. owning extensive nurseries in Lincoln- shire nt Newmarket, Louth, is certainly instructive, Mr Kenton, whose sixty years sit lightly on him, has given some valuable points to a Louth News reporter. My business," said he, "asanursey man and florist, naturally expcses me a good deal to fluctuations of temperature and, as a consequence, repeated colds. In my early days I had a tcncency to rheumatism in various forms; I suffered more or less from lumbago, being seized on many occassions all at once. About three years ago I was seized with a very bad attack of lumbago, and sciatic.1 folic .ving, in both hips, made me j, cripple I was unable to turn in bed. and remained in'the doctor's Lands for just six months. Mr.nv thought I would never locovcr, for nothing seemed to have any effect OIl the complaint. Rheumatism is hereditary in my case. My father suffered from it continually. However, I mustn't complain, for I am set up again." Mr Kenton continued '• I read a good deal about Dr Williams' pink pills for pale people and thought I would quietly try them lor myself. I said nothing, but purchased a box, and in less than a fortnight I was considerably better. Before I had taken two boxes I bad thrown away my sticks, and I was quite well. I am not a paid a«rent of the Dr Williams' Company I am simply disposed to speak well of these pills. I found them a splendid tonic for the system, and as far as I was concerned a preventative from lumbago and sciatica." You look hale and hearty now, Mr Kenton." I am as well as I can wish to be," observed he. The trying heat of summer tempts pe-.plo to become cool at any cost. and dangerous chids are often the result. The ct«ct may not be noticed immediately, but the blood is impoverished, a:-d in late autumn a sharp attack ot rheumatism or sciatica is felt. Dr Williams' pink pills are unrivalled as a tonic, and as a remedy for the debilitating effects of hot. relaxing, summer weather. Among the other disorders cured by the (renuine pilis (sold bv chemists and Dr v\i]liarns Medicine Company, iiolbom Viaduct, Lonaon, at two shillings and ninepence a box, or thirteen and nine for six boxes) may be named paralysis, consumption, bronchitis, rickets, anaemia, in- digestion, palpitations, all forms of female weakness and hysteria, but substitutes, whL h can b3 identified, as they Inever bear the fllll name, should always be rejected. Shopkeepers only try to pre.s them upon people whom they think easy to deceive.

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