The secret of long life, as discovered by Me Gladstone, can be summed up in a Bhort sentence—-] adloioua dieting and change of labor. A. healthy mind must dwell in a healthy. body, and the G.O.M. knows fall well that keeping mufloloi In ordec tends to bodily sanitation. Honoe his oonvaralon Into a plly old woodmtn now and than. Capital exercise (a that of swinging an axe. Lat anyone given to sedentary occupation try If. Or, if treeo are not handy, aud they have enons»h garden space, persistent trenching with pick and Bhovel is a first ola&a substitute. The dyspeptic, nervous, oboes, the aleeplosa couldn't do better than try the experiment. Those folks who have no lawa tennis or orloket or football, and are given to lie a bed as lats as they can and 101l npon sofaa and easy ohalra and fetafc on fat thing*, aud so on, would shrluk their girth and harden their muscles and lengthen their lives by the simple process of opening their shoulders at solid garden work or tree felling, or wood chopping, or anything of the kind that will indace ooplou4 perspiration. But half measures wont do, they must work with a will.
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LONG LIFE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889
LONG LIFE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2147, 10 June 1889
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