ο»Ώ TO BRIGHTEN COLOURS.|1907-08-17|Denbighshire Free Press - Welsh Newspapers Online
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RHYL, ST. ASAPH, AND DENBIGH.

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%- IT r -fc ^"-n >.rr, SCIENCE…

WHY RUBBER TYRES GET HOT.

AN EYE EXHIBITION.

DENATURED ALCOHOL.

MICROPHONE FIREDAMP DETECTIVE.

WALL-PAPER AND TEMPERAMENT.

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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TO BRIGHTEN COLOURS. Artificial flowers soon lose their colours in the bright sunshine, but they can easily be renovated by the use of aniline inks, which < slightly stiffen the 'petals as well as oalour- ing them. The ink must be diluted with j water, and the flowers dipped in as many :times as is necessary, drying after each time, until the desired shade is reached. Separate the petals with a hatpin, that each may be coloured. Common red ink diluted with water gives a. neat shrimp pink, and faded chrysantheraums are lovely wrfcen renewed by this method. They should lightly sh&ken from time to time when drying, to keep the fluffiness of the flower. Ordinary purple ink may be used .f or violets that have powntoo pale.

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|Cricket.

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. ..