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In order that sufferers from disordered liver may learn how to obtain relief, we publish "the following letters : From Mr. A. W. M'Leod, 18, Barclaystreet, Brunswick, Vic. : "For some years I was sadly afflicted with liver troubles and indigestion, also with pains in the back and the shoulder blades, together with dizziness in tho head. I had splitting headaches, from which I was hardly ever free. My appetite was very poor, and when I did eat I experienced hot flushes in the head, and oftentimes heartburn would occur. I tried various remedies in the hope of finding a cure, but they were all hopelessly ineffective in i.iy case. I then decided to try a course of Warner's Safo Cure, and very soon discovered that I had found the right medicin» for my complaint. I began to improve after taking the first bottlo of the medicine. I continued to take it for some little time, when all bad symptoms disappeared. lam fully restored to health, and have not been troubled with bad health since that time." From Mrs. J. Bourke, 45, Addis-street, Lamington, Kalgoorlie, W.A. "Some time ago I began to lose my health. I suffered no pronounced pain at first, beyond a general languid feeling. Later on, pains in the back began to trouble me. I also experienced a sense of weight, as well as great pain in the region of the liver. My digestion became very bad, food being an aversion to me. Such was my state of health when I first began taking Warner's Safe Cure. After I had taken a few bottles tho languid feeling began to wear off, and the pains became less severe. My restoration to health was rapid and complete. My whole system has been thoroughly renovated, and since that time I have been in the enjoyment of good health." Warner's Safe Cure, for the liver and kidneys, is sold by chemists and storekeepers everywhere, both in the original (ss) bottles and in the cheapo [2s 6d) "Concentrated," non-alcoho!w form.

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THE LIVER AT FAULT., Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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THE LIVER AT FAULT. Issue 15680, 19 December 1914

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