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ST. ASAPH. The annual meeting of (the Reading Room and 9 Debating Society was held on Tuesday, January 13th, for the purpose of electing offioers and committee for the ensuing year. Dr Easterby was elected president, the Rev. W. Morton, succentor of the Cathedral, Vice-president, Mr Llewelyn Lloyd, secretary, and a committee of 11 gentlemen for the management of the business. It may be fairly assumed from the success attending the society during the past -year, that the coming session will be a good one. CATHEDRAL CHOBAL SERVICES.2nd Sunday after Epiphany, January 18th.-Moming at 11: Chants; Anthem, "Arise, shine," (Elvey). Evening at 3.15: The Litany, Anthem "SingO daugherof Zion," (Ouseley). Evening at 6.15: Chants, Hymns, 60, 196, 284. Choral Service on Thursdays, at 11.30 and on Saturdays at 5 p.m. THE TEST OF PERFECT HEALTH.âDISEASES OVERMATCHED BY MEDICINE.âSir Aatley Cooper said that no man ought to know he had a stomach. Unfortunately, however, the two extremes of luxury and privation teach a considerable portion of mankind that they have stomachs, and very troublesome ones too. The diggers after gold in our gulches, the alluvial of our rivers and our dry plains, snfler much from diseases of this organ, and of the liver and bowels. At present, however, there is much less fear of these complaints than formerly. All intelligent miners are aware that they can be readily combated, and cured by the timely administration of Holloway's celebrated Pills. One of the leading forms in which disease I of the stomach and bowels exhibits itself in the I interiorâand we may add in the cities tooâis a I debilitating diarrhoea. Nothing that has ever been â *ried either in dysentery and diarrhoea in this .onntry has uniformly succeeded in curing those ^[maladies except Holloway's Pills, It is stated (that all cases in which they were administered at the Ballarat Diggings, they did not fail in one. The ordinary medical treatment of diarrhoea appears to be wholly usaless in this climate. Probably it is so in any climate. Be this as it may, it is beyond cavil that the Pills arrest the complaint as certainly and almost as quickly as the brakes of a rail car arrest the revolution of its wheels. There are no ifs or buts about the matter the cure is a foregone conclusion. Imagine what a Godsend such a medicine must be to the digger. Possessed of it he feels as if endowed with another -;Sht arm. The very fact that his chest or kuap- oack contains such a counterblast to disease, keeps up his animal spirits and renders him less susceptible of unhealthy influences. Miners bound to the more unhealthy diggings usually provide themselves with an extra supply of both the Pills and the Ointment, as they can always dispese of what they do not want at an enormous profit. It is said, and probably with truth, that the large importations of the medicines have seriously interfered with the profits of the drug merchants. Calomel and jalap, and all the purgatives, alteratives, sudorifics, anod- ynes, Ac., are sadly at a discount in the market. Holloway's Pills and Ointment fill their places in public estimation, and more than fill them in beneficial effect. The Inquirer. If you want high class and superior Provisions go to Robert Price, 39, High street, Rhyl, where you will be served with the best value in town.â &.dvt. HOLLWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT.âTravellers to and from distant climes would do well to bear in mind that these changes and the altered diet and surroundings of their lives entail manifold risks to health. Occasions are sure to arise in which they will need a remedy such as these renownod Pills and Ointment, and no traveller by land or sea should ever fail to have a supply on hand. Then lie may truly be said to have a physician always at his call for the various emergencies of travel. Chills and fevers should be promptly treated, and the printed directions should be carefully studied at the commencement of any illness, for Hollowoy's remedies can be safely used in all climates.

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