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RHYL, ST. ASAPH, AND DENBIGH.

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WHY RUBBER TYRES GET HOT.

AN EYE EXHIBITION.

DENATURED ALCOHOL.

MICROPHONE FIREDAMP DETECTIVE.

WALL-PAPER AND TEMPERAMENT.

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WALL-PAPER AND TEMPERAMENT. It has long been recognised by medical men that the colour of the wall-paper has an appreciable effect on the occupants of a. room, says the Reader. Scientists have made the subject a distinct branch of study. They call it chromopathy. And some of the more important of their results may be sum- marised as follows: Red, as a predominant colour on the walls, tends to rouse, in- vigorate, and cheer; blue has a sedative, calming influence, but with some people it is depressing, and leads to melancholy, al. though nervous excitement is frequently- allayed by it; yellow is a capital cerebral stimulant, and, combined with red, thus forming orange, it proves a powerful specific in those of a sluggish nature green has a. very resting effect upon the eyes, and their being in such close sympathy with the brain, the soothing influence of this colour proves helpful in case of brain-fag.

TO HELP THE VOICE.

CONCRETE AND STEEL.

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HINTS FOR THE HOME.

I LABOUR - SAVERS.

SLEEPING ALONE.

HOME LIFE. i

'CARE OF BOOTS.

EATING THE 'CRUSTS.

TO BRIGHTEN COLOURS.

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LLANYCHAN AND DISTRICT CRICKET…

VALE OF CLWYD CRICKET CLUB.

VALE OF CLWYD v. FIELDFARES.

COUNTY CRICKET.

- LLANYCHAN v. MOSTYN PARK.…

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Sanitation at St Asaph. ..