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St. Asaph Rural District Council.

--)1118.-eo. The Housewife's…

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--)1118 eo. The Housewife's Opportunity. It is not often that the skill acquired by our housewives in the course of their every. day duties can be turned to account in a remunerative manner, but the interesting home cookery competition .announced in this issue affords an opportunity in this direction. The competition achieves the double purpose of rewarding those who send in the best exhibits, and at the same time providing a welcome meal for some of London's homeless poor. Finally, the main object of the competition, which is to make better known the value of currants as a food, affords the housewife an incen- tive to the production of new and varied sweet dishes, which are so much appreci- ated by every member of the family. It is peculiar of this fruit that while it can be adapted so excellently in the making of so many varieties of foods and pastries, it is available all the year round. The chief points on which the exhibits will be judged and the prizes awarded will be their general economy, utility, and practicability as items of everyday cookery. However large or small your exhibits, all stand an equal chance of winning one of the 143 prizes which have been provided by the Chartered Committee appointed by the King of Greece, by whom this competition is promoted.

Sanitary Inspectors' Conference.

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DRESS OF THE DAY.

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Chancellor's Opponent

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PINK HATS FOR PALE PATIENTS.

---,---:0:-'---DIET FOR CHILDREN.

IN THE SECOND YEAR.

SIX MEALS A DAY.

FROM THREE TO SIX YEARS.

AN INCURABLE COMPLAINT.

WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES.

THE CHILDREN'S THROATS.

STARVATION TREATMENT.

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