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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

MEWS SUMMARY. Tiio gold yield for South Au6traiia for V.m is approximately 5(300 lino ounois. . On a cluijjo of murder at Tallyga roopna, Byron Itandall, was, iJ% lXV;'JAiuiw-f-aiWr remnrided for oiglit clays. Tho revenue collcctod at tho Cus tom House on January 5 amounted to: - llovenuc, £18,377/(5/4; State, £o3o/6/; contingent, £70/4/6: pilotage, £377/3/1; whariage, £880/14/1. At Darwin on Monday, a native was charged with having murdered an other native on Woellogornng Station J Jo was brought in, and tho journey overland covered 000 miles. The IJimitangi, a steamer of 300 tons, touched the rock on the north sido of Chatham Island (off N.Z.) on Saturday, and the propeller stripped. I A wireless message has now been re e -ived that the vessel has been towed safely into Wliangerei harbour. During the period from December 10 to Saturday, 1,111,140 bags of wore despatched by rail, as com pared with 315,73.) bags during the corresponding period of last season, or an increase of 708,4...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CARE OF GRASS WAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

THE CAKE OK GRASS WAND. in an artielo on "ilouuiiivit Consul eraiion.-. <111 thu (Jure ot Uta«> J^ual, COHUmUUtt hy .Mr J{. C/. StapJetOI), i-o iho «t(jun.ai ui the lintun ^uaru oi Agriculture, .spt-Uui roior euco was liuulo in too .inportaneu oi manumit;. 11 is pomteu out that ! puo^puauc manures tmvo proviyl io ho ul most elheiont Um.« J.i r<£aru to per manent improvements ol h.mLs. \wih hasio .->lag, il imri^eitoiis manure la usetl ot all, i* lounU. tle^uftblo to po.stpuito tne.r mumcuiion tilJ uitor viio hiu^ has piulncoU iu* maximum cl ient on uluvcr&. luu sU(,ccs> oi biis ic .slag if> tlepcntlenfc on a number oi wi-jj letv^iUMil lactors, two botanical Jaciura bving ^J) tnu ong.nal pre-oiieo oi iJului ciwvir or oilier ribpousive piutil, and f-pact; lor the v.ovvr or uthw pJam* u> s»}>Jua<i, kxcv.ss i»l n&ro.>ti* aim oi »iiscvi!an« ous herbage i.> a (loCatixeai iact«r tuubt an&agoiUM'C to the aUe«ju...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

AGRICULTURAL CONTESTS. lOdwjn i«mi| conttvst.s in grind inn and Homo .Keonoim<s is tho t.tlo 01 a bulletin issued by tno oi ftxperi uit.-jn Mation-, t. .S.A. Drpanmeut oi ?Agnouhure. (J. 1. (Jnnstte, Siij> rnntomienl of .\gncitllurai Kxion.^iuji ,'t Indiana, is tho author. I no bul letin gives methods oi organisations and rules governing nc11 c\mtcsts. i h«» aiunor .states :-"Tlk' contest. de mand* the jvcUJ.'jJ doing dJ th<ngs, and thereby interests many in its individual importance. It is will lor the youth | to near or to road of things beiore bo | nig done by someone else. r'roia this [ tuey may gam niueh nf interest and value. However, when ono periorms a task /or imtisvJl, putting into, Jt his host thought and ellort, tho results arc bound to bo of tho greatest valuo in tho knowledge and tho personal sat lslaowon guinea in the lasting rospiet /or iabor leqimed. C»M«.sts do iwuen to broaden llio knowledge and view point' of contestants. i'iie boy who ta...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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A WONDERFUL OAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

A WONDERFUL OAT. There is growing in Lancashire nn Garton\s Seed grounds Warrington a single <«it plant winch surpasses hy several Imndied points any cereal ov er produced in tin* world. The single head n lew short of lOOO crams, ton time® as mtn.v a,h you will find in tho best crops, Tho plant s a more or less accidental result of th. . original system of what, may ho ter med nvcolorat<d evolution, which J»ai-» boon practised on those grounds for tho last. 27 years. Tins particular prodigy luvs been obtained hy (Tossing Jnghly developed oatn with tho wild oat. which hns an incalculable capacity for hearing seed. Thesw aro small and usoless, hut the strange fact h;i.s been -discovered th.it tho wi.d out may. in crossing, even eniarg" the grain of thii cross, as well as increase its ! nnmher. This particular out is hut j an extreme instance of tho new pro- ; duet ions in eeroaN of nil sort*. Jt , is an indisputable fact that, though j practical fanners will have...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORLD'S LONGEST BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

WORLD'S LONGEST BRIDGE. It seems probable that next year a commencement will b«« made with the construction of the railway bridge be tween Kugen and tho mainland which will bo longest in tho world, wm-diug wen that over tho Hohnngho, with its 3oSU yards. The cost of this ureal engineering work >*» ,1(,t exp'-etiu to amount to moio than .151 .IHMMHK)., or les-i than a third oi that of tho Forth Bridge, When tho bridge, which, it U Mi id, is to include a track lor pcdestrianfc, though none for road trulhc. is completed, it will substan tially '.shorten tho journey* between Berlin and Hamburg on tlio on«* hand and Stockholm and Chnstmnin on thu other.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ATTACK ON OLD WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

ATTACK ON OLD WOMAN. Hent and frail, under tlu> weight of 80 years, Mr* Clara Grossman was 011 tier way home to Xcw York recently, with a silk shawl which she had just, purchased as a birthday gift ior a ' nttlo grand-child, whoa shy wjks at tacked by threo young men. WhUo ono clasped his hand* around tho old woman's neck to stifle auy cry, the otlioiti pushed her into a doorway. Thero they took tho parcel containing the shawl ami her purse, whieh had about treo dollars in it. As tho t-hrco young men broke away, from her and ran she fell to the lloor 01 the hallway screaming. iler cries attracted tho attention of numerous women 011 tho side-walk with their baby carriages, and of men in tho shops. lletoro tho threo had run a block, fivo hundred men and women wore pursuing them, hut they escxipod, two by jumping a siirJacc car, arid one hy being a faster runner than any one 121 tho crowd* Mr> Grossman was sent to Iter home, with one eye discolored irom a blow, and 1 suffering fr...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADY AND CHOIR BOY. WIFE'S INFATUATION [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

LADY AND CHOIR BOY. | WIFJO'S INFATUATION Thoro was no dofenoo iu tho ouso rtv ccntlf hoard before Sir &uuiucl Kvnns in wnioh Mr Cutnbort Cloorgo Dent pow turned for a divorce from his WHO, Kato Louisa Dent, alleging ncr xmst "conduct w<it.h William Ouliett, who was cited as oo-rc«ponaent. Air Watts, representing tlio potitiou or, said ho was married in 189/ . At tho oiid of 1910, lti8 wiio mudo tho ac quaintance of co-respondcnt, a youth of nineteen. Ouo nay, upon return* iiuc hoiuo ho found tnis youug inaii cutting tho lawn gru&s. Mr* Ucnv said ho was ono ol tho church chorus tors. On a .subsequent dato Mrs Dent said Collott would t;uko her tb tho picture pidaco. The petitioner pro tested, and .she Agreed not to t»oo Col let t ag»in. One night, howoror, when tho petitioner arrived homo earlier thnn ho WJUS expected no saw Uoiiott leaving by tho back door. Subse quently ho received lroht Collett'a land lady two letters which Aha Dent had written to him, a...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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POTTING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

POTTIHG BUTTER. Potting butter is quito ft simple mat ter. for homo um>, ' your best plan is tu use small jars if possible, holding what you eun make nt ouo timu. Tins, howover, is not essential. l»'or pot tiny it, you will requiro to use n littlo moro .salt tfinn is usual, .say, 41b lor overy l'iib of butter, also uso about halt' an ounco of UJJ lb of butter. Do not uso moro than this. As soon as tho butt or i.s made, scald your jars or tins thoroughly, Using a littlo com* mon washing soda in tho boiling water Drain tho jar, and then pack tho but ter tightly, ntter which, sprinkle ii thin layer of salt on top. Melt n little butter and pour it on top ot' tho salt, and n.i soon as this is cool, tio down tho jar with parchment paper, or common paper and whito of egg. It yon have »iot enough butter to till a jar at oneo, follow tm> .-aim' instruc tions with regard to Baiting and pro-, servatives. J'at the bmier very lightly with a level sur.aco and pour on top of about an inch ot...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHING CINEMA FILMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

TELEGRAPHING CINEMA FILMS. A now typo of talnatogrnph Jjus Jate ly bwm MicccsHlully to trunMnit oinonmtogniph pictures l>y wins Tho preM?ut i*xperimi'Bta have shown, how ovur, that by the moan* ho fuir avail able, it i* only pouiblo to p'produvo about 'JO picture* por hour. Bvrn n nhort troiticnl film o^upies anything from oDO-iialf to two minuto* or morn -i.o., contains 4SO to SiOOO picturo*, so that tho proww montioiuxl haa yut to 1*» enormously buforo it can obtain practical imnortunco. Ordi nary photograph* have W'n telegraphi cally trajuhmitted from Paris to Lon don for ftotno time pa*t, and pnwuro ubly, tho jiroe*&* whioh has bint te#t«i in connection with cinematograph films does not differ essentially tn its mouU» operandi, but. whereas 30 MjUaro inches of .photograph liavo to bo tranMmUwl i in tho casci of now*paper illttirtraUoRS, »100 /oci of oicctnaUi^raph film reprc-* I touts an area of about 1200 #junr« in* ch«» to ho reproduced, nacdytSBHU ahes to b&amp...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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SAFETY DEVICE FOR RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

SAFETY DEVICE FOR RAILWAYS Till) fact lias transpired that tlieru is » system 'if signalling uuw lu use oa tlio ilidianj und Or wit Eastern Ituilwuy wliicli, hull it been iu opera tion- av Mull'-'mtuiig, would have pro veuted till! deploraUlo disaster at Ais gill. After ihi! Shrewsbury accident (Jolonol York i lcooinmiudi d that deto nators should l>o attached to .signals, so that when tho latter aro ut Hanger the detonator is on the nul and will explode when tho signal is over-ruu. It is claimed for the appliance referred to that it lully luw.t^. tint, riconmieii dniioii. Tho detonntui placer i» ai t.ichcd to tho signal. When tho signai is uga list thu driver the detmi aior is placed on tho rail automatically, and should tho driver for any reason ovo '-run the signal, the exph>eion which follows is bound to call liis at' tciilion to tho tact. \\hoti tho higu;»I giWA "hnu ch-iir" tho dutonator ro inovi.J from tho lino.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW MOTOR HEADLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

NEW MOTOR HEADLIGHT. A new headlight lor motor-cars has just been put on tho market m 1'iauce, which represents a radical <itij>arturu irom present designs. Tne luuip h».s tho shapo oi v. human oveba)t ana turns in its 8fvekot in exactly the same man ner as tho eyo m its *»pp"rt. 1 w» small clamps, coiitrohed by thumb htiekvs, troni the interior ot' tlics cur, liolcl tnu lamp'in position in any <l<»u <h\ (Inection rtlulo the haiuilo itselt w UMrd in turn-iig the light rays to th« spot tlioy aro needed. Sign-pasts. at tlio aido of tho rou<l or tho low-lyiug jniksstont-M aro thus brought witiun reach ot tlio rays, while at tnur lowest position thoy even uirow light into tho uood, lighting tlio motor, magnoto, ana carburetter. Hy removing the two ftiuall clamps entirely tho wholo lamp can bo taken out of the socket ana used aa a "trouble lump' msioo or outside tho machine.

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HASTENING PLANT GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

HASTENING PLANT GROWTH. wc Tlitf iit»w methods ol" iuoroasing pl&nt gtWlii by artificial means, wliicu havo iceently gi\eu promising results, aro de pendent, in the one case, on tue light itom mercury vapour lamps, and iu the 1 other on the use of radioactive matter incorporated with tlie .soil. The Times states tiiat interesting experiments re cently carried out witu mercury vapour lamps by Allss K. (J. Dudgeon in Dum inc.-. showed that in certaiu eases seeds germinated several weeks earlier with me aid of the light than when grown in the natural way. The time t'or ger mination under the intlueuce of the ul tra-violet rays from the lamp was 11 days in the case of carrots as against L'(» days when giown naturally, while maize germinated in eight days instead ill lit'ty-seven wait the aid ot the mer eury vapour light. Wheat, harlev, and various other mi\.S were tested and in all eases a hastening of germination resulted, strawberries cultivated in the ultra-violet light gave ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATURE'S GERM-PROOF TINS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

NATURE'S GERM-PROOF TINS. .Tacked iu gormproof airtight tins," runs the advurtisomout of a netv lino of preserved food. Ouo of tho most useful inventions of modern times, in deed, in that ot beiug ablo to preserve fresh foods indefinitely. i/iko uiost in* volitions, however, it is not original. Nature was tho llrst to invent a germ* proof package. Dozens of her precious seeds bho protects from microbes, ouo of ihe nest examples of hor caro being tho banana, 'ihe skiu of tho banana is, iu fact, uot only proof against tho attacks of microbes, but it protects tho inuor pulp from insects ami from tho decay* nig inliuences of tho air. i\>r that reason the banaua is ouo of tho bust iruits to eat, tor the uhunccs are prac tically nil ot it carrying disease germs. Many nuts, too, are air-proof and germ prool. It you crack a nut and it is ti.i'l inside look caretully at tho sheli and yuu will find that a hole has been bored in it by an insect, causing it to jut. Nature, too, protects many...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FLAVOR OF BUTTER INJURED BY METALS. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

THE FLAVOR OF BUTTER IN JURED BY METALS. Tho United btatcs Dairy Diviiiou ha* (mjcu investigating tiio effect ot tho presence of a buiml amount of iron or copper may havu on tlio lluvor ot but ter. They report that very umall amount)* of these metals in thu cream cau&o certaiu undeairablo lluvon* to mcrca&; iu intensity during btorugu. Thc&o ilavurw uro often de*iguaU<l as "mel allio," "oily," or 4'fishy.M Experi ment* jvero carried out, twing known (|uuutitiett of varying from 1 to 500 parts to a million part* of cream. Tiio butter was btored aud examined at in tervals varying lrom 'J(J to 167 day*. Thu mobt noticeable feature waa thu rapid development of bud lluvors in butter containing tho iron. Butter mado from cream which hu<l &tood m rusty can.* developed a peouliur iuato eubiiy picked out. Tho miluonco of copper waa oven more tunrkod than that of iron. Tho work fchows that if cream ia kopt in rusty cans, or comes in con ta...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JAPAN'S NEW WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

JAPAN'S NEW WOMEN. Chief Yamamoto, of thu Tokio De tective Bureau, is greatly concerned at tiic tendency among Japanese wo men to free themselves from the shac keis ot convention, and ho lias warned them in uu olliem! communication ot tho diro COILSIMJUOUOOS of following tho lead ol advanced members of their hex. "Tile modern education of women" ho ?-ay.>, "seems to mo dekctivo in the promotion ol woiuunly virtues, with tho result that tho tiiJiy honored ideal ol women t-o bo good mothers and Wise wives has lost its authority. There are largo numbers of young women who clamour lor tneir rights and free dom to oppress men. .Men and wo men are bom differently, and women cannot beat men in intellectual ana physical power, in japan, tho spheres activity lor men ami women are definitely fixed. Men liavo to work out, and women have to keep house. Now women would liku to work out, and imitate men in motoring, in muk IUJ; speeches, and even m demanding freedom m morals. There are wo men ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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POTATO-GROWING. ESSENTIALS OF CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

POTATO-GROWING. KSSENTIALS OB' CULTURE. . Wherever possible the potato crop should follow ouo of clover, In eases whero it U ditUcult to got a stand ol clover, now poas, soy beans or-oats mid Canada lielri peas way bo substituted. Theso are all leguminous crops (ex cepting the oats) and make liuo food for stock. The best crop with which to' follow the potato crop will dopond upon the location of tho farm, tho system of farming pursued and the fortuity of tho lain!. Tho following arc merely sugestive. A very common rotation is potatoes, wheat in which is sown tim othy in tho full and clover in tho spriug, clover aud timothy aud back to potatoes again, lu some oases tho farmer may wi*h to keep his tiuld in grass two years, in which case tho rotation would by a four-year one and the potatues would follow the timothy. In the higher al titudes of tho State oats would, iu many cases, take tho placo of tho wheat. For such locations, potatoes with a cover crop of rye that -would furnish goo...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A UNIQUE ENGINEERING FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

A UNIQUE ENGINEERING A most interesting engineering feat is at present being attempted in tjwitt ariand at Fully-en Valais, irheci) a hy draulic-electric installation is to be ! driven by tho pressure of water from Xatko Fully, situated over 1800 feet above the Bhouo plain, where the power station will bo'situated. The peculiar feature of the enterprise is tho greut " height of the supply. The attempt has never before been made to utilise the fall of 1800 feet; and ill technical cir cles it has boen hitherto regarded as impossible. But* a Lausanne engineer, 211. Boucher, has undertaken the work Mth every confidenee of succcss. Tho prwaure is so groat that it is impossible to allow a direct (low, according to La Technique Mo'terau, which gives par ticulars of the enterprise, The water . will How to the valley by way of a con doit aaariy three miles in length. Tho nipt* wiu be from tiro feet to two Mi, aix ineta* in diameter, and the v - tfcichn<«» of thawalis will be.from ...

Publication Title: Cohuna Farmer's Weekly
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EXIT WAR. F. RAYS AS POLICE OF PEACE [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

EXIT WAR. F. HAYS AS TOLICE OF PEACE War has been sentenced to death (writes ii, Atalono iu the Syuuey "Sua ). It noa been ordered to bo ihkoii irom tho place where it HOW. is, to tho plaoo wuenco it eauio, una tuonco u» tho place ot-executioii, to bo hanged by tho neck umd it bo dead. Aim may tlio Lord have mercy 011 its soul, Aud the wondor ot it ia that tho sentence has been pa^aed, not by a Napoleonic auporhuuiau, who fougut his way Uirougn bayonets to tho bench, louring tho world a shaniblwj iu tho cause of peaoo j not by zealots preaching a brotherly lovo to a woriu that was lackiug not in affection, but in common-souse; not by calm philos opher* endeavoring to make tneir lug io heard by millions who would have none of logic; but by a little baid iua<led man in a laboratory-a (ti»n whu looked with contempt on tuo Great Loader, aud witu uiditFereneo on tno preacher, who re*poet-e<J tho logic ot the philosopher ouiy in so iar tus it applied to tho experimen...

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HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

HOW INSECTS ACQUIRE CASTE. The vuriou£ castes of social insects have different appearances, but it has been supposed that they aro aliko on leaving the eyg and develop their pecu liar characteristics artificially through differences iu feeding or the action of parasite.*. Seeking to learn when the differeut forma of termites, or white anU, begin, Professor Bugnion, ot Parts, concludes that this theory is wrong. <Amoug the several castes of this insect, th* soldiers are wingless and have very stroag mandibles, and ;tho workers, which build and bring food, have jt I distinct form, but neither reproduce., I The canto known as reproducers, on tho! other hand, with a special development,! appear to perform no part except per*' petuatiag tho epeciea,. The investJ^a tloufmaao with » Dumber of Bpecics shows that tho Peculiarity of form ex* ists In nowlyhatched insects, and that, therefore, division, into castes, like that of tho next*, taki*. ptoou - before tho . .,.,r ,.;v ' ;* ...

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CLEANLINESS AND THE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cohuna Farmer's Weekly — 9 January 1914

CLEANLINESS AND THE SKIN. Thu impurtunco of deadlines lor tho healthy perfortmtco ot the iuuutiou* ul lil'u b tho subject ol u iocturo deliver ed at tho Loudon Institute by i'rolo^ !>ur Lewes, uud published in XSaturo. Wo may, *>ay* ProJe^or Lewes, live tor days witliuut giving our btomach any work to do, tho liver may cea^o action for buverai day* beforo death onsuea, but it >s iurpus&iblo to survive tot tho' Miujo lubgtti pi tune, .ii tiio function* oi tho 6K1& aro entirely stop ped. Indeed, tho profoauor cite* tuu case of u child which, being glided all over to poe>o ua u auiiue, died in u few hours. Tho buboriforous duets, oi whieh thuro aro ubout ttoUU 10 tiio wjuaro meh ot akin, periorni tho important lunc tiou of throwing ull tho xnoisturo pro* duced during tao combustion ul uubiu tissuo )»y tho oxygen of tho blood, and bccrott'h about 'S6 uz. of pon>piratiou in tho iM houra, which evaporate* witn out produemg auy sensible moisture oi tho bkiu. ...

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