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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.

FROM THREE TO SIX YEARS.

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FROM THREE TO SIX YEARS. The following hints may be of value to those who have the care of children from three to six years old:â Milk.âShould be the basis of the diet, about one quart daily. Cream.âOf great value, especially when there is a tendency to constipation. From two to eight ounces may be given daily, mixed with milk or poured on cereals. Eggs.âFresh, not the "electioneering" variety. Meats.âOnce a day. Beef steak and mutton chop, roast beef or lamb, white meat of chicken, fresh fish boiled. Vegetables.âPotatoes once a day, baked, with addition of cream or beef juice. Green vegetables must always be well cooked and mashed. Cereals.âOatmeal, wheaten grits, hominy, rice, and arrowroot. Thorough cooking is most important. Add salt and cream. Broths and Soups.âMeat broths are better than vegetable. Bread and Biscuit.âMay be given with 3very meal. Fruit.âSome fruit every day. The juice af berries without the pips. -0:

AN INCURABLE COMPLAINT.

WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES.

THE CHILDREN'S THROATS.

STARVATION TREATMENT.

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