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Inflamed Sores and Scabs.

Inflamed Sores and Scabs.

MOTHER’S EXPENSIVE WORRIES WITH CRUDE HOME MADE SALVES. ONLY ZAM-BUK COULD CURE HER CHILD. Mothers, you realise what a great boon Zam Buk really is amongst jour children, and how many thousand, ot parents have been relieved intense anxiety by the wonderful cure, it has performed
31 May 1910 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
inoihsr’ssi Ten ties* Gssa*e for her Bake must be re-spccteu, and buying the CAIiKIA.fiE ilkiv inanv jioiuts to consider. The

inoihsr’ssi Ten ties* Gssa*e for her Bake must be re-spccteu, and buying the CAIiKIA.fiE ilkiv inanv jioiuts to consider. The

first question is usually Price, then St\le. Construcli ;i Durabilitv. OUR BABY CARRIAGES meet all these requirements. NEWEST DESIGNS. LATEST COLOURS, SUPERB FINISH, HIGH GRADE GOODS AT POPULAR PRICES. Our Depot is the foremoso Town for High-Class Carriages. v.e have wdl-merited
31 May 1910 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
NOW OPEN. EXCT.I.SIOH GLASS Jk CHINA STOUES. DiniiPr. foil't Bets, Present*. Orest •ariely. Give us t»IL Sure to plesse. Addr-ss

NOW OPEN. EXCT.I.SIOH GLASS Jk CHINA STOUES. DiniiPr. foil't Bets, Present*. Orest •ariely. Give us t»IL Sure to plesse. Addr-ss

—-1» WESTGAIE SLHEET loi>pc.siti' Boot* Cmli Chemist*). OLD SALT STOKES. . B* st Squares Broad. Dairy. *a<l ARncu.tural Salt Special price Truck Load* any Station. Bath Brick. Waiting. Silver Sand, and Poultry Grit always Stock. IA Lt'KEU SI’ECK. Priory House. Westgate A Street
31 May 1910 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
AM A BUTCH 20 Stroud Itrewcry Ordt. 75 British Oil and Mills Prefs.. 20/-, 150 Ords., 6i ieC Stores IVela,

AM A BUTCH 20 Stroud Itrewcry Ordt. 75 British Oil and Mills Prefs.. 20/-, 150 Ords., 6i ieC Stores IVela,

£6 Ufa. Od. Moksworth liubber Shares. 75 I AM A nhLLLR OF;— Brilisb Oil and Cake Mills Orda., 17/9, Oloucester SJarts Ords. 70 Gloucester Siiiru Preto. 100 Britisli North Borneo. A5OO G.W.K. Ord. Stock. Aliacar Rubber shares. 50 Surprise Gold £6OO Gk>ucet»iei Deb. Stuck (offers)
31 May 1910 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CAN GET

CAN GET

Smartly-cut Holiday or Sporting Jackets, Brccchc s, Suits ? A&if i BREECHJifi to ia,«. NORFOLK JACK NTS ... 10.6. 12,11. 16,11 (Different Style*;.
31 May 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
DISEASES HOSPITAL QUESTION AGAIN.

DISEASES HOSPITAL QUESTION AGAIN.

Mr. W. Friday presided over the usual monthly meeting the Gloucester Rural District Council, held at the Gloucester Workhouse on Monday afternoon. Dr. Bond (medical officer of health) having reported the notißcatioo nine cases of infectious disease during the month. Mr. J. Dearm
31 May 1910 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SEATS OUTSIDE THE EAST PARK.

SEATS OUTSIDE THE EAST PARK.

ft, Hall Parks Committee, at. their last mcet* i into consideration a suggestion ® r vi.-.it] that thre» seats should in ,hp curv immedl< ® East Park main entrance. 'Hie ' unanimous the policy outside the park, but eventuadopted the suggest,on.
31 May 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TO-DAY'S NEWS SUMMARY.

TO-DAY'S NEWS SUMMARY.

TUESDAY, MAY 31st, 1910. The Population of Hull is 280,000 Lightingup time for all vehicles, 9.3 p.m. * * The forecast the weather reads:—Wind westerly between north-west and south-west, moderate light in places, but generallv fresh strong; changeable, some showers, thunder, fai
31 May 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MEDAL FOR HULL SAILOR.

MEDAL FOR HULL SAILOR.

READY WHEN OCCASION DEMANDS (SPECIAL FOR THE 'DAILY MAIL.") Paymaster L. Stromberg, registrar of the Royal Naval Reserve at Hull, had a pleasing little task perform at his office in Posterngate this morning. This was to present George Richard Kemp a R.N.R. long service medal.- F
31 May 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
lit# WHEN YOU CANT EAT CANT WORK-CANT SLEEP jl you are paying the penalties of a disordered stom- /! ach

lit# WHEN YOU CANT EAT CANT WORK-CANT SLEEP jl you are paying the penalties of a disordered stom- /! ach

! Your stomach cannot digest food, and the 1 / / undigested mass is poisoning and clogging your j J system, instead of building your strength. You // need the aid of Mother Seigel's Syrup. The vegetable extracts of which it is made will soon restore your stomach, liver and bowel
31 May 1910 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England