An officer of the E.A.M.C. tells this story Against the amateur nurse who is wholly inexperienced. In a hospital at Capo Town during; the 'South African War, the keenness of certain amateur members of the nursin': staff tended to aggravate, rather than alleviate, the sufferings of some, of the wounded. At last tho British soldier’s native wit came to tho rescue. One morning a sick soldier’s ■bedclothes displayed a slip of paper inscribed ; “Too ill to be nursed to-day!” ARE SO PLEASANT TO TAKE. “ I was inclined to fao constipated, and was always compelled to toko a laxative,” writes .Mr Hugh M'Naughton, Lubeck, Yic. “ Charabelaiu’s Tablets were recommended to mo, and u few doses relieved mo of this troublesome complaint 1 think so highly of them that now I take an occasional doso, which, helps to kep tne in good health.”— [AdvtU
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914
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