The Sandwich Islands alphabet has but twelve letters. It is only specially favored visitors who are allowed to poke their noses into the Queen's boudoir at Windsor Castle. Inscribed in gold letters on the door they behold: " Every article in this room my -deeplylamented husband selected for me in the twenty-fourth year of my reign." And carefully preserved under a glasa shade lies the Queen's bridal wreath by the side of the withered remains of the first bouquet presented to Her Majesty by the Prince Consort. "For Art may err, but Nature cannot miss," So coughs and colds she adds to mortal bliss. But Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, you bet, Of coughs and colds will soon the better get —[ADVT.]
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 10434, 1 October 1897
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 10434, 1 October 1897
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