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HAS CURED THOUSANDS

HAS CURED THOUSANDS

of cases of Scrofula, Dal Legs, Ulcers, Tumours, Abscesses, Glandular Swellings, Flip pies, Boils, Sores, I Eruptions of all kinds. Blood Poison, Rheumatism, Gout, I Skin and Blood Diseases of every description.
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
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1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
NOTES AND CO4MENTS. Plucky Aerial Pioneers.

NOTES AND CO4MENTS. Plucky Aerial Pioneers.

There. will 1* no look of congratulation to M. PauThan, the plucky and successful French aviator who has accomplished the feat of flying from I.ondon to Manchester. Everyone would have desired that Mr. Grahame White, the first to make the effort, *d the representative of our own
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BEST lAN'S LONG JOURNEY.

BEST lAN'S LONG JOURNEY.

The marriage was celebrated on Wednesday of Padiham's medical officer of health, Dr. Dharmavir, a native of India. Ms best man was a native major who travelled specially from India for the marriage. The bridesmaids were two Indian girls, who are at present residing in Edinburgh.
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FREE TEST COUPON.

FREE TEST COUPON.

Capt. W. a. Comma & ißoxlo M . Theobald's Road, London. W.L Dear Sirs :--Mend me Free the informat wet and Test, that I tuay cure my Rupture. Neete NM r* ip aVT ItA. CAM DISACT NM save as is t. Plant new Low awn ir. r payments I foi It Now COMA° , ie. Ow— 'IT - I r • 4 . 10. —6O
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
COLONIAL A PORZION INQUIRIES.

COLONIAL A PORZION INQUIRIES.

COLONIAL A INQUIRIES. From Dunedin:—MU. Jason Resits, in 1877 left Glasgow with her and EILBLIS, is w rdoos to her relatives. • Toronto: —Emily Edney. who wit to Canada in 1898. seeks her mother, 11Assirrr Sorm.and her brother, lain!rs SINE?, who were living in Burnt Village, Gar
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
M EETINGS k LECITBEB TO-DAY

M EETINGS k LECITBEB TO-DAY

MrSEIIMS OPEN. - icnal Gallery Tate GallerY Nensington Palace Kr' Museum. Bloomsbury. 2 to 6 p.m. Na . ir i 1 History Museum. Crom-1.1-road, South Kensington . . 2.30 to 7 p.m. Museum. in. the India and Patent M Iva] la ce Collection 'rum of Practical Geology. 2 till dusk. ierro
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
VI I: A DING MODERATE. :Kccr and Blake Show Real Football for Southampton Who Pont Perkshiremes.

VI I: A DING MODERATE. :Kccr and Blake Show Real Football for Southampton Who Pont Perkshiremes.

h3onntott condoled the rearon with a A%iii at home over Reading, who !lui% loqt every one of their out liatttrew ,11!liertt hea7tie. The score in favour it,mp4hire side waAt 3-1. but a sof. riolmi-r of to them to proi.. that number of goals. thr , Woolwich Arsenal °entre. uho v
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
HTSTORICAL MATCH. Northampton Run Up a Series of Records in Their Game Against Norwich.

HTSTORICAL MATCH. Northampton Run Up a Series of Records in Their Game Against Norwich.

Per the Burt time in history. Northampton Tows have beaten Norwich City. They thus broke a record on the last day of the season. 'The was played on the county ground. Nortfa a =tou winning by three to one. They Can equalled last season's record of goals, and so it was a most sat
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BOWLS.

BOWLS.

Mrs. Lidiard, wife of Mr. Herbert Lidiard the e!-Mayor of Paddington. threw the Snit at the opening of the Paddington Club's new season Yesterday. A match of seven ends followed. in whit* sore remarkable scoring took place on tbe rink. in whieh Mr. Ahrk Inglis, a well-known Scot
1 May 1910 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England