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THE HOSPITAL'S CASES .

To THE Sik, —I have been travelling for some time, out of employment. I bad occasion to call at Ashburton Hospital, and explained my sores to the doctor. He told me,he could do nothing for me. I had to wnpder about the town for some time, in misery and pain. Fortunately, I met with fargood Samaritan, who gave me ail order for medicine for the trouble that I was labpring under at the time. I merely wish ta .showVtlie public how a poor riia®,Ts treated, when he calls at the hospital for aid.—-T am, dte;'} 2, ' - A. Houltson.

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THE HOSPITAL'S CASES ., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 252, 26 January 1881

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THE HOSPITAL'S CASES . Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 252, 26 January 1881

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