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' Rather a remarkable instance of" payment, for hospital treatment came from an ex-patient now engaged in harvesting. He wrote to the Duneddn trustees enclosing £■ 1 for treatment, and said that when discharged the hospital doctor had advised him to get work. He took on clerical work at first, and found his health such that he could not apply his. mind to it at all. Then he chose harvesting as being the hardest work with the longest hours that he knew of, and it suits him splendidly. He announced his intention of presenting himself to the doctor on his return to Dunedin for examination, with a view to finding out whether all that really ailed him was -the need of hard work. The foundation of lifelong ill-health m&y be laid for young girls by failure to keep their strength and health up to normal. Steams' Wine is best for them because it is a true tonic—Advt.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 69, 22 March 1909

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