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R.R.R.R

Four "R's" easily remembered mean it good deal to many sufferers, for they represent in an abbreviated form a great truth: "Rheumo Rapidly Relieves Rheumatism." Here you have in a single sentence all that need be told of Rheumo, the rest must be left to your experience after a trial. Rheumo is a medicine which, if taken in the mannor prescribed, every dose will be lound to afford relief, killing the pain, removing the swelling, and eliminating the excess uric acid—the cause of the trouble. Rheumo is the best solvent of uric acid and phosphatic sediment. • Rheumo conquers rheumatism, gout, lumbago and sciatica. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 2s Gd and 4s (id per bottle.*

•effect of iusnaediately placing him iv the position of favourite for the Epsom Derby. It is on all hands admitted that the King claims a higholass colt; in the son of Cyllene and Mother Siegel. Minoru was bred at Colonel Hall Walker's Tully Stud, County Kildare, Ireland, and is like Princess de Galles, who ran second in the One Thousand Guineas, of the batch of six horses leased by King Edward from the Irish breeder. From India comes word that Peru ia doing well, while the report as to Apologue unlikely to raco again receives further confirmation. Mention of these two horses reminds me that it was Mr K. J. Baldock (Aborigine's buyer) who bought these horses. Another of his purchases, Mooltan, who met with an accident while contesting the last Melbourne Cup, is in work again at Randwick. He shows no sign of lameness, and seems likely to stand another preparation, but it is considered improbable that he will ever be sent to India, where the hard tracks will be all against him. Irish is a regular attendant on the training track at Ellerslie, and performs his schooling work proficiently. The other morning B. Deeley was in the saddle, and it is said the Eton gelrting fairly revelled in his tasks in the bauds of his diminutive rider. The old horse will have plenty of opportunity to distinguish himself at the Auoklaud meeting next mouth, for he figures in the acceptances for the Great Northern Hurdles and Steeplechase, and is also eugaged in the Winter Steeplechase.

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R.R.R.R, Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LX, Issue 9376, 22 May 1909

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R.R.R.R Wairarapa Daily Times, Volume LX, Issue 9376, 22 May 1909

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