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Pembrokeshire Territorials.

KIKUYU. !

A Widow's Collapse.I

General Picton Memorial. i

LOCAL WILLS. I

IFREE PRESCRIPTION FOR PAIN.…

Pembrokeshire Naturalists.

I-==-=-=-== I ! SHOULD DYSPEPTICS…

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-==-=-=-== SHOULD DYSPEPTICS DIET? A SPECIALIST'S VALUABLE ADVICE. "Dyspepsia indigestion, flatulence and practically I all forms of stomach trouble," writes a leading specialist, "are in nearly every instance the direct result of food fermentation and the consequent production in the stomach of acid and gas which irritate and distend the stomach and make normal digestion impossible. The gas by distending the stomach and pressing upon the surrounding vital organs seriously interferes with their work, and frequently causes palpitation of the heart; but the acid is much more dangerous, because it irritates, then inflames and even ulcerates the irritates, Jining of the stomach, producing dangerous irritates, lining of the stomach, producing dangerotii3 delicate stomach ulcers and even cancer. Food fermenta- tion being primarily responsible for all the trouble, it was long the custom of physicians to permit the use only of such foods as could not ferment, but unfortunately unfermentable foods were soon found to be so lacking in nutrition as to result in partial starvation and rapid loss of strength and vitality. In view of this fact, physicians nowadays seldom, if ever, recommend dieting, but adopt instead the more logical plan of permitting the eating of any food that may be- desired, and then preventing fermentation by neutralising the acidity. This they do by prescribing half a teaspoonful of bisurated magnesia in a little warm water immediately after meals. This simple antacid is obtainable from any chemist, and so remarkable are its peculiar pro- perties that dyspeptics and stomach sufferers can eat practically anything they want so long as a little bisurated magnesia is taken immediately afterwards." Dieting for dyspeptics is seldom necessary, and will soon be a thing of the past. Be sure to get the same as what the doctors prescribe. It is bisurated magnesia, spelled b-i-s-u-r-a-t-e-d. Other forms bearing somewhat similar chemical names are lacking in its peculiarly valuable pro- perties.

DEATH OF MRS. SAIES.I

DEATH OF MISS BEYNON. I

I Fifteen Years in the Workhouse…

I THE QUAKERS.I

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I INSURANCE ACT FINES. 1

I j A Pembrokeshire Diary.

Hook to Freystroy Road.i

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! Milford Haven News. I !-

j LABOURERS' UNION ORGANISING.…

r NEYLAND -NEWS.-<

I GOMINe EVENTS AT NEYLAND…

Tenby Hunt Week.

Family Notices

LLANGWM. I

IPEMBROKESHIRE R.G. ARTILLERY…

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GUNNER CHARGED WITH BIGAMY…

DEATH OF CAPTAIN J. THOMAS,…

APPROACHING EVENTS.

Dates to be Remembered at…

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