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[per press association.]

(Received June 24, 12.50 p.m.) OURSELVES AS OTHERS.SEE US. Sydney', June 24. The " Sydney; Morning Herald," in the course of an article favorably reviewing the speech from the throne at the opening of the-New Zealand. Parliament, says a noticeable feature is. that there is no mention of, further' borrowing. It would be nothing short of foolhardiness to make an appeal to the London money market at present, till the injury caused by the New Plymouth Harbor Board repudiation is in some way repaired. Abstention from borrowing is a matter of necessity, not choice, and Government must take some specific, action to restore confidence of the public creditors before a new loan is even contemplated.

STARTLING^ EVENT rTIN-A VILLAGE^ To the of "Saturday Night,?, Birmingham. I recently came 1 into possession of certain . facts of so remarkable a nature, that I am sure you will be'giad to assist in making them public. The follows ing letters.were shown to me, and lat once begged permission to copy., them for -the Press. They come from a highly responsible sovrce, and may be received without question, , , .' .■• ■ ' MESSAGE from. George j,James Gosturo, L.D.S., R,C.S.L, Ph. C.1.-, Licentiate in Pharmacy, and Dental Surgeon. ; „"!'' . Stowmarket, July 18, 1889. •'"'To Mb White, •, t , ''„.;.■' The enclosad' remarkable cure should, I think, be'pririted and circulated in Suffolk, The statement was entirely voluntary, and is genuine in fact and detail, —G.J.G. 1 "' ; "To the Proprietors of Mother Seigel's Syrup." '' Gentlemen. —The following remarkable cure v. .« -.-liS-l '•'■ ::.(■ l.v !he husband, Mary Ann "Miiiin. <>;' IV.!>■»:':. .•/•:. Suffolk, was for over twenty years afflicted with rheumatism pTjf! npnrnl;*i'».' nnd although comparatively a \-,} :iii; «<■:" '.!i :■ i! 1s = ■■■-:» ■fhe was attacked is now liicy;, she was compelled, in consequence, to walk, with two sticks, and even then with difficulty and pain. About a year and a half ago-she was advised to try Mother • Seigel's Syrup, and' after' taking three bottles and two boxes of Seigel'a j Operasing Pills, the use of her limb mas restored, and she is now'able to walk.three miles to Stowmarket 'with ease in .three quarters of an hour. Any , sufferer who cleubts this story "can fully ascertain; its truthfulness by paying a visit,to,the, village and enquiring of the villagers,, who wBl rcetify to the facts." ' i "Appended is'the husband's signatii c to the stctement. >!■■•(•• " (R.'Spink),: ■•• ,'<'■••' G. a Sostliiig, \ r . J ■•••. r-, v '.". ■ Ipswich Street^ '■■• ' • ' ; .-',._ ■i. '>,- 4 . Stowmarket. ••- ' ' . This is certainly a very pitiable case,(and. the happy cure wrought ,by. this simple butl powerful remedy, must move the ,sympT*hy of all- hearts \ in a comnion pleasure:. .'["•;•• poorwoman had been'^i cripple for tw«-my of.lier best years; years in which she should, 'have had such comfort. arid enjoyment as! rlife has to give. Butj; oil the conti-ary;. she ', was a miserable" burden' t^ herself arid a source of scared to her friends. 'Now, at' an age, when" the rest of us are growing feeble, she,<~'in,a manner, renews her youth and almost; hegins.. a new. existence. What a pleasing andi t what a.wonder, it is ! No one who'knows her, or who reads her story, but will "be thankful that, the^ good Lord ,has enabled men to discover a'remedy capable of bringing about a cure that reminds us if we speak it revereritly-^of ' the age of miracles. '' ' '' ," ' . '' ''

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AUSTRALIAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2449, 24 June 1890

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AUSTRALIAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2449, 24 June 1890

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