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THE BtfST OF DKIMS.

** There. « qpt enough plain water taken br most of us, especially m the cities and town/ ' for eooial reasons women refrain from drink, ing water, and so often do men. Oar workina population, afflicted by no soon restraints" and prompted to quench their thint bj pl«o til ful draughts of water, are much better off m this respect. Buoh people rarely need a sojourn at a spa, and indeed get muoh ol in* • benefits which viejtQrs to suoh resorts obtain. by drinking largely o,t borne. It fluthta tnii syatam, ba^es every lisßae, diflHolrei and re- '■■ moves the prodaqts of metamorphosis, keeps the Bfcin more aotive, stiihalates the kidneys ' to the removal of the waste mattor, and nn% loads the emuQotories generally, and so leavti ; " the cells m the best condition for faa o tion*l activity, anologged by aarroadding debris and able to perform .their reopiration freely an l' naturally, a Thus it not only removes old, worn-out matter, bo* paves the way for tha A reoonstruou'on oi aew^aterial, and.the whoIM J Byttem-iB, as it were, from day* to day reid." ~ vended. This explains the popular idea that drinking much water moresßea the weight of the body, whioh, nnder many oiroamatauoes. is abßolote.ly true.— "The Housewife." >■■ M

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THE BtfST OF DKIMS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2157, 25 June 1889

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