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- RHYL PETTY SESSIONS.

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CHRISTMAS AT RHYL.

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WHEN DRYING BLACK STOCKINGS…

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WHEN DRYING BLACK STOCKINGS • Do not place them in the sun, or they will turn green. All woollen goods are best dried in the shade. INFANTS' CRIES Should not be a source of alarm to mothers and nurses. A good healthy cry does no harm to an infant, and no greater mistake is made than to dose a child at such times with syrups and cordials, which are injurious. Crying is really a form of exercise for babies. The cry of pain is soon detected, and that, of course, should not be allowed to continue without discovering the cause. THE REMOVAL OF IRONMOULD. Get a pennyworth of salts of lemon—which is poison, and must be kept out of the reach of children, and any left over should be burnt—lay the spotted article, which must be wet, over a hot plate, and, with a cork (a large one is best), rub some of the salts on the spots, which will soon yield. The most obstinate spots will disappear under this treatment. Rinse at once in cold water, and then wash in the usual way. TO CLEAN PAINT WHICH IS NOT VARNISHED. Put upon a plate some of the best whiting, have ready some clear, warm water and a piece of flannel, which dip into the water and squeeze nearly dry then take as much whiting as will adhere to it, apply it to the paint, when careful rubbing will instantly remove any grease. Wash off thoroughly with water, and rub it dry with a soft cloth. Paint thus cleansed looks equal to new, and the most delicate colours may be treated in this way. This process will preserve the paint much longer than if it were cleaned with soap, and the process only occupies about half the time of the usual method.

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