Hide Articles List

21 articles on this Page

Advertising

NOTES OF HE DAY

No Railway Strike.

IChemist' Protest -

ITHE FIRST TRUTH. I

News
Cite
Share

THE FIRST TRUTH. I To the Editor of the "Star." I Sir, The oftener we go to the vegetable world for our food supply, the oftener we go to the first and, therefore, to the cheapest source of supply. Science has affirmed the superiority of the foods of the orchard, the field and the garden, and experience has confirmed this con- tention in innumerable instances. The evidence of the Japanese, Irish and Scotch peasantry goes to show that strength and endurance can be well maintained without flesh-meat, which contains about 70 per cent, water and costs from one to two shillings per pound, whereas peas, beans, wheat, oats, barley, maize, cost only from 2d. to 4d. per pound, and contain not more than 10 to 15 per cent, of water. The water in flesh foods is always of a questionable quality, as it contains some-, thing of the waste and used-up tissue of the animal, whereas the water in grains, vegetables, fruit and nuts is the nectar of nature, distilled direct from the sun, the air and soil, and thus pure and whole- some. A great hindrance in the digestion4 of food is taking strong tea with it. Es- pecially is this the case with meat, which i* hardejis and renders practically im- pervious to the juices of the body; it is therefore a prolific parent of indigestion. I am, etc., I Trimsaran, T. E. DAVIES. June 18th, 1919.

Advertising

Football Finances.

Family Notices

[No title]

Advertising

Mr. Brazeli's ConcertI I

I Regatta in August.| 0 i

———————— ] I STATION MASTER'S…

Advertising

;-.'.I WEDDINC BELLS. i

ASTERISKS.:

Advertising

HICH WATER AT ILLANELLY. I

Public Hall and LibraryI

Advertising

I Vo Bonfires -or FireworksI