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BREATHING HABITS.

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DRESS OF THE DAY.

The Chancellor at Conway.

--_.. A Loaded Revolver.

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: o: OUR CHILDREN.

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o: OUR CHILDREN. I was born an optimist: I am a great be- liever in the millennium the forces of sick- ness and wickedness cannot hold out much longer. They are being beaten all along the line, but I daresay they will hang on for my life-time. We really are getting on splen- didly in my schools. If you will believe me, all the children have had their teeth attended to, and swollen faces, toothache, gum-boils, and neuralgia are all unknown. Then the paler children are given sometimes as much as two pinte of good, fresh, warm milk every day, and they simply blossom forth. And our boot-fund was a great suc- cess; the deserving poor have boots provided, the good-for-nothing cadgers have been sternly repressed. And as for cleanliness, I defy you to come into the schools any day of the week and see if the boys and girls are not as clean as your own children. Ah it was wise of the Founder of Christianity to emphasise so often the blessedness of lov- ing and caring for little children. The care of children is the most joyous, the most in- spiring occupation imaginable. And in all our work. the mothers, God bless them, have helped us like bricks.

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IHolyhead Train Tragedy.

Home Rule for Wales.

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