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St. Asaph Rural District Council.

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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.

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SIX MEALS A DAY. I now give a sample dietary for a child from fourteen to eighteen months old: G.30 a.m.âMilk (warmed), eight to tea ounces. 9.0 a.m.âFruit juice, one to three ounces. 10.0 a.m.âTwo tablespoonfuls of oatmeal, hominy or wheaten grits, cooked for at least three hours; cream or milk may be poured on the cereal and a little salt added, but no sugar; crisp, dry toast or a breakfast bis- cuit; milk (warmed), six to eight ounces. 2.0 p.m.âBeef juice, one to two ounces; one egg; one tablespoonful of rice cooked for four hours; or, broth (mutton or chicken), four ounces; breakfast biscuit, and, if all or nearly all the teeth are present, one table- spoonful of scraped meat. Teeth are meant to be used, and the child should be taught to masticate. 6.0 p.m.âTwo tablespoonfuls of cream of wheat; or, arrowroot, with milk and salt; or, bread and milk; milk, eight to ten ounces. I' 10.0 p.m.âMilk, eight to ten ounces. o:

FROM THREE TO SIX YEARS.

AN INCURABLE COMPLAINT.

WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES.

THE CHILDREN'S THROATS.

STARVATION TREATMENT.

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