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A MEDIUM OF TRADE AND FASHION, AND INSTRUCTIVE BEADING FOB EVER? SOME, No. 26. CAERNARVON, FEBRUARY, 1897. [Registered.] Gratis. 66 NO BETTER FOOD EXISTS. 99 -London Medical Record. "Very digestible, nutritions, and palatable."— British Medical Journal. SHen & Infants' " It is excellent in quality and flavour."—. Lancet. SURPRISINGLY BENEFICIAL RESULTS have attended the use of this Food, and it only requires a trial to be permanently adopted for the rearing of young Children. It forms a highly concentrated and self-digesting nutriment, containing all that is necessary for the formation of firm flesh and bone. It is in a partially soluble and readily assimilable form, and eagerly talteiT 32ir!b.exi. crfcliei? Foods £l>l?e rejected. It is free from the drawbacks of the ordinary Farinaceous Foods, whilst it contains valuable elements of nutrition which are wholly absent from ordinary Milk Foods. This is a cooked Food, containing all the active constituents of Pure Malt in a soluble form. " An improved form of Liebig's well-known food."—Lancet. i^j" Infants who had thriven under its use fell off when it was discontinued. Children who were subject to sickness being freed from it by the use of Messrs. Allen & Hanburys' Food."-----The result of trials of Allen & Hanburys' Food at th e East London Hospital for Children. Reported in the "BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL." "My ehild, after being at death's door for weeks from exhaustion, consequent upon severe diarrhoea, and inability to retain any form of 'Infants' Food' or Milk, began to improve immediately he took your malted preparation, and 1 have never seen an infant increase in weight as rapidly as he has done."— H. Ernest Trestrail, F.R.C., M.R.C.P. "I was more than pleased with your 'Infant's Food." Our little boy relished it, and was the embodiment of perfect health. He was allowed your food only. I have recommended it in other cases with great satisfaction to all parties concerned."—J. Hislop Johnstone, M.D., Edin. and CM. * In the case of delicate children it ha» been found highly beneficial and nutritive."—Mrs. Hilton, The Creche, Stepney Causeway, E. SQJ,D IN Mrs AT fr,* 2b , •&, aid 10s. EACH, BY GHEHHSTS, &c, EVEBYWERE. Any of Allen & Hanburys' Specialities may be obtained from:— Mr. E. EOBERTS, Chemist, Bangor Street, Caernarvon. Mr. JAMES FRANCIS, Chemfct; Pool Street, Caernarvon. Mb. THOMAS HUGHES, Chemist, Penlan Street, Pwllheli. Mb. WILLIAM OWEN, Chemist, High Street, Pwllheli. CAERNARVON: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED FOR MESSRS. MORRIS & DAVIES BY W. GWENLYN EVANS, 22, POOL STREET.