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Sufferers from kidney disorders will find the following letters of great interest : From Mr. C, F. Gilliam, Fyan's Street, Marnock Vale. Geelong, Vic. ”l or a number of years I suffered very much from my kidneys and liver. The first symptoms were excruciating pain in the bark and under the shoulder blades, heaviness n; the stomach. irregularity of the bowels, and oftentimes great distress after eating. My urine was of an unnatural colour, and at times voided with great pain. I tried many medicines with very little benefit. Then Warner's Safe Cure was brought under my notice. J commenced to take it, and fell decidedly better. 1 continued to take it, getting better each day, and the improvement continued until 1 was once more in good health.” Front Mrs. Esther Louisa Connelly, 71 Font art Street. Rozelle, Svdnev, X.S.W " For ten years 1 suffered from kidney trouble, and the pain was so ba 1 tbfit 1 h:»d to slop work until it went My appetite loft me and i lost my sleep. keeping awake hours through the pain. I have been a resident of Rozelle for 21 years, ami am well known. All my neighbours can fell yon how T used to suffer. On-, day I saw one of your pamphlets and decided to try Warner’s Safe CureAfter taking about six bottlesful I got completely well. My appetite returned, and I was able to get refreshing sleep which I had not had for years. lam now like another woman, with none of the distressing pains op symptoms left. I cannot recommend Warner's Safe Cure 100 highly.” Warner’s Safe Cum is sold by chemists and storekeepers everywhere, both in the original (5/-) bottles and in the cheaper (2/6) non-alcoholic (Concentrated) form.

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INTERESTING LETTERS., Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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INTERESTING LETTERS. Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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