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A HOT-SAND BAG.

THE NEED FOR PATIENCE.

PLANTS IN BEDROOMS.

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PLANTS IN BEDROOMS. Plants are not injurious either in a sitting- room or in a bedroom. The conclusion come to by pharmacists is that the influence of plants in bedrooms upori the health of tho occupa.nts is beneficial, espe ialiy to sufferers from consump- tion, plants without flowers being preferable. Miss Florence Nightingale, whose opinion on this subject is sure to be taken with respect, says: "A great fallacy prevails about flowers poisoning the air of sick-rooms. No one ever saw them overcrowding the sick-room; but if they did, they actually absorb carbonic acid gas and give off oxygen. Cut flowers also decompose water and produce oxygen. Lilies and some other very odorous plants may, perhaps, give out sroel's unsuited to a close room, which should be avoided."

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SUNDAY SERVICES AT PRESTATYN.

MID-FLINT RAILWAY.

TO PA OF HOTTLES.

HOME INFLUENCE.

THE CARE OF THE HAIR.

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE FOJR NOVEMBER.

MOTOR RAILWAY.—November

FOOTBALL NOTES.

SCRAPS.

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