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FOMRAL PF THE REV. JAMESI…

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- i MR .0. M. EDWARDS. -'

HOLYHEAD.

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HINTS ON COOKING CORN FLOUR. Notwithstanding the wide use of Corn Flour as a refreshing Blanc-Mango many fail to 0 bring out its true and delicate flavour. To thoroughly enjoy a Blanc-Mange :— FIB,ST.-Make wholly with good sweet milk without any addition of water, and do not use too much Corn Flour. (2} rzs. of BROWN & POLSON'S Patent" Corn Flour to two pints of milk is the right proportion ) SECOND.—Blend the Corn Flour with a little of the milk, bring the rest to the boil take off the fire, and add the Corn Flour slowly. THIRD—Then boil well, in fact, boil down to three-fourths the original bulk, which will take about ten minutes' boiling. To use warm, turn out when cold, and reheat in the oven FOLTRTI-I.-And above all, use only and always the recognised best- BROWN & POLSON'S "PATENT" CORN PLOXJK. It is more delicate in flavour and goes farther than others. One pound of rt,™ c- Polson's Corn Flour will make twelve one-pint puddings. Thus the cost of th^ n Flour in a pudding is so small, that everyone can afford to have the best. 1 Ask for Brozvn ty Poison's Corn Flour —♦'PATENT" is their BEST QUALITY—and be sure that you get it. — „ J 'W Food orse than Wasted is the food wa eat rand do not fiigost. When we cannot use the nourish. ment in the food taSan, tiie stomach rebels and refuses to digest it. Tiia food may be i-oved oa," still undigested, by a purgative but that is not a cure. Tito stomacb is left dry a:a sluggish, and the patient worse. yWi\ D* WILLIAMS a W* pCll m It'll 1 M m llmiiks M fci PCL> £ h Wv pi li^te m'1/ NgAsoyuL W 1. Ipnw?. M on the contrary, C:,3 not affect the bowels, but by enabling us to absorb and mafca *30 off -a noarishaect in the food, they remove the cause of Indigestion and permanently cure its effects. Ttte Symptoms of are, pair in ih3 .tomneh, futaess cr diction after meals, vrfnd, hicsoujh and eructation, .ickness, bile, distasta for food, a yellow tongue, loss of appetite, bad complexion, bad taste in the mouth Indigestion negloctad leads to Liver Complaints, giving rise to small imaginary floating specks clearly saen bafora the eyes, especially in the morning; pa.in between the shoulders; drowsiness* lack of appatita low spirits; bai temper. To cure these disorders move the bowels freely with soma sim 1 aperient; subsequently cornxnence v^iih one Dr. Williams' Pink Pill after each meal, increased toTwoa,t a dose after a week. Thousands of very severe and chronic cases have been thus permanently cured

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Gastric Ulcer for Eleven Tears.

Always in Pain.

Soutlprt Lady Return Thanks.

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