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,BREAD AND GAMES.

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SUFFERING CHILDREN.

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A FEW DENTAL HINTS.

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A FEW DENTAL HINTS. In con ruction with the reed-* Public Dispen- sary, uron tlio opening of an elaborately equipped deiitai department, specially for the poor, the following suggestions were freely cir- culated: "Avoid all rough usage of the teeth, such as cracking nuts, biting thread, &c. as, by so doing, even good, sound teeth may be in- jured. If you think a tooth is beginning to de- cay that is the time to have it attended to. Small stoppings will last a long time, and large stoppings will make a tooth useful for years. Children should be brought from time to time to have the first set of teeth examined, because I then the second set of teeth is more likely to be good and strong. Children should be taught to tako care of the first set of teeth from the earliest age. To give a child strong teeth and bones, good seconds flour is better than the very white flour for bread making; and, in win- ter, porridge is very good; and fresh milk is good at all times."

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NARCOTICS IN THE NURSERY.

BURNT SAUCEPANS.

WHAT TO DO WITH SOUR MILK.

CLEANSING THE HAIR.

NICE DISHES.

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——-4 CHESTER. MOLD, DENBIGH.…

RHYL, ST. ASAPH, AND DENBIGH.

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