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i Sanitary Condition of Dyserth,…

Details of the Report.

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.A FERNERY.

A WRINKLE TO MILK USERS.

TO WHITEN DIi-'COLOURED TEETH.

FURNITURE HINTS.

A GROUP OF USEFUL HINTS.

AN UNGRACEFUL HABIT.

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AN UNGRACEFUL HABIT. Swinging the arms like a windmill does not add to ones appearance of grace, and what is Dlore, it does not help in walking. The girl who strides along like an overgrown schoolboy imagines her arm movements accelerate her pace; but. they do nothing of the kind. As a fu,e jerking and swinging does not even keep tune with tlie steps, but just throws out the rhythmic motion of the body as a whole. To svun.r the arms when walking is an uglv habit which should be avoided by those who do not practise it, and overcome by those who do Tnere is no need to revert to the old-fashioned methods, whrn consisted in holding the hands clasped. usmMly rather primly, in front of her. i-j.ii s roP *s Mature intended, moving a little naturally, with the movement of the body, and keeping the shoulders steady. ,Jj.ho T'% ^Y fig!U'e .in the «'orld would ook ugly ranked by .swinging arms, and these would spoil the daintiest and prettiest method of walking.