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CURED FROM RHEUMATISM.

Limebumer'a Creek, N.S.W., ■T„M,»n w.r „ 12th December, 1896. To the Dr Williams Medicine Company. mf£! r w n, T I f u xf er6d from rheumatism in my back for about three months, when one dav wspT* o£ i/? n S, bOO ) H about *>r Williams's Pink Pills for Pale People. Getting some of the ■i *v u l ed them accordi ng to the directions, and they have taken all the pain away and done me a great deal of good. I have recommended the Pills to all my friends who have rheumatism. I enclose 2s 9d in stamps for another box of Pills. e You can, make what use you like of this letter. Yours trulv. EDWARD HUSKETT, Limebumer'a Creek Post Office. Dr Williams's Pink Pills for Pale People have cured paralysis, locomotor ataxy, rheumatism and pciatica; also all diseases arising from impoverishment of the blood, scrofula, rickets chronic erysipelas, consumption of'the bowels and lungs, anaemia, pale and sallow complexion, general muscular weakness, loss of appetite palpitations, pains in. the back, nervous headache, early decay, all forms, of female weakness, and hysteria. They are genuine only with the full name, Dr Williams's Pink Pills for Pale People, and are Bold by chemists and by Dr Williams b Medicine Company, Wellington, N.Z., who will forward on receipt of stamps or for 3s ' or half dozen for

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CURED FROM RHEUMATISM., Issue 10451, 22 October 1897

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CURED FROM RHEUMATISM. Issue 10451, 22 October 1897

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