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The Late Mrs Griffith, Carnarvon The funeral of Mrs. Griffith, wife of Captain J. Griffith, Church Army, Carnar- von, whose philanthropic work bad endeared her to a large section of the community, took place on Friday at Llanibeblig Church- yard. A service was conducted at St. David's Schoolroom before the funeral pro- cession left the residence, the Vicar (the Rev. J. W. Wynne Jones) officiating. There was present a representative gathering. The coffin, which was of polished oak, was cov- ered with a profusion of wreaths sent by relatives and friends who had been co-oper- ating with Mrs. Griffith in her good work in the Church and among the poor of the town. EXTRAORDINARY SUCCESS IN THE TREATMENT OF OBESITY. Our corpulent readers will be glad to learn how to positively lose 2 stone in about a month with the greatest possible benefit in health, strength, .and muscle by a com- paratively new system. It is a singular paradox that the patient, returning quickly to a healthy state with increased activity of brain, digestive and other organs, naturally requires more food than hitherto, yet not- withstanding this he absolutely loses in weight one to two pounds daily, as the weighing machine will prove. Thus there is no suggestion of starvation. It is an ab- solute success, and the author, who has de- voted years of study to the subject, absolute- ly guarantees a noticeable reduction within 24 hours of commencing the treatment. This is different with other ailments, for the pa- tient in some cases may go for weeks with- out being able to test whether the Physician haq rightly treated him, and may have de- rived no real or apparent improvement in health. Here, we repeat, the author guar- antees it in 24 hours, the scale to be the un- erring judge. The treatment aims at the actual root of the complaint, so that the superfluous fat does not return when dis- continuing the treatment. It is perfectly harmless. We advise our (readers to call, the attention of stout friends to this, be- cause, sincerely, we thinlc they ought to know. For their information we may say that on sending cost of postage {two pence) a re-print of press notices from some hun- dreds of medical and other journals (British and foreign), and other interesting -Darticu- lars, including the recipe can be had from Mr. F. C. Russell, Woburn House, Store-street, Bedford-square, London, W.C.