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If tho coal stores of England wer
gunnlcd by n tinit)'o drnqon, which
oxaoteil, liko tho bo.i3t St. George slow,
a tribtito of lmtn.tii life, tho sacrifice
miulo of its s.m by civilizutlqn iu inuring
couhl not iosib!v bo grunter. During
lust ypftr the o.i it of coal in the United
Kingdom wiw closo upon 160.003.OCO
tons, iu bringing which to tho surface
over half n million workers were
Piliablo to say, however, no less
than 1,200 of those unfortunate neoplo
perished outright throughout the twelve
months, and the horrifying total of 100,-000
men weie droadfitliv injured. Tueso
figures are little loss than appalling, and
thoy place the peaceful battle of human
ingenuity wresting her treasures from
nature, ou a par with tho butchery of
actual battle. Pit people livo sad lives.
Their work is dono umlor sovcre conditions,
awav from tho biased blue of tho
sky. and in an ofteu stilting atmosphore.
It is oven t'ii'v appalling to relleet, that
as jvoiy Iuei...!.i4, and dnmer, and tea-time
come lound, eighty jieopl" are
vuddeulr oitliw maiuiwl. burnt, or
otherwi ini't lieiugn tot. for etu'i day
of cloe n,.i, 20 H.Hiplf. Theso lljures
omke no din for Sunday, s i that
ovory wook 1 ?." mou, iu tho prime of
life, nro ntnl 1 nly laid iu tho acculeut
wards of .. iiiitnl.
A lllJ.VK sronv.
Some naturalists aver that a bear IiaT
a very keen t'Ueof pleasure, and that in
his ursine even lurks a dim euse
of humor. Mr. 1'enr is said to be wry
fond of Vlinibing, ami an American
observer Ma'e.s at a hotel which is beiug
reotl in the great West a be.u the
other da3 began to climb up the
As I! iiiu went aloft skyward, ho
wins noticed to carefully test every e.'osv
polo before trustiug his entire weight
npou it. At last ho reached the top,
was 120 feet high. The bear
seemed nnu'ii pleased by his exploit, and
after beiinr applauded by the workmen,
he descended in - 'etv. Another tale
Jroni tho same source, tells of a Siberian
Lear, who ce; i duly must be considered
to have been good-natured.
Two peasants lot u cvuitle of children.
They set out to find them, being tilled
nith tho inot anxious forel'odiugsas to
what might Livu lieei: their late. In tho
distance they saw a bear, and feared tho
norst. But their anxoty changed to
wonder wluvi. on comiug nearer, they
saw tho children actual! v playing with
tho bear, ritntiiiiar lait'liinc round it.
uiil .iron l,Sl .
w ivn ' i i'iut no fc4 IIU liaiU
voiy respeo. for those who uarrato what
thoy havo seen, but w( might incidentally
remark that Mich things as "travellers'
tales " are not entirely unknown iu the
orld of fiction.
AVUItglOX TO I'OCKKTS.
It Is a mystery to' tho masculine mind
low a woman gets along with so fen
Irtf(S llow il.lll slio .UnnAii .t 11 '
pockets, ilisposa of all
iho littlo nccoiiip.ininieuts which aro
qu.ill3' to both sexe? To get
ihl of n watch icl:etaluasotnctime3iu.ikc3
icr bolt I'liioli tliu watu.i ou ; nml tho
liuglu pocket which bho may have, is
probably tlovotcil to her haiulkerchief. ,
Wo say ti .i itively, however, not
Snowing certainly, ami wishing to avoid j
ilaugorous groutu! Whatover it is usml ,
lor, it is very Miiall almost
iu fact ami, whon wo havo attached j
it to the haiulkerchief, it will be more
than full, and probably tho handkeivhief
will visibly oiitrude and run over. There
n ouo curious thine that wo do not know
about this pocket matter, that we never of
can, aud never shall try to account for. .
Tijo to named becairso it
was either made .cnresaly to carry iu tho
pckbt or the poctiet was first made
to carry it, women and girls do
not carry there. It nmkes no difference
whether a woman's pocket-book
ton or a thousand dollars,
hIio will not. on any account, be induced
.o put it in her pocket tho ouly place
she will cany ! i- iu hr hands. This is A
aotnbly tru la ho-i in the North.
iliWiiiUy'i.' i' Ilniilaiid; but we Hud
Unit m tlif t tit tl'.i pocket is given tho i
liruiereuce uini cue uamts lelt lre,
" A "K.VNU.lKOOlSG." .
lmgarooing is tho most interesting
port iu Australia. It is ono of tho
niont exulting sports in th,e world.
YiWqa meets aid orguuized, parties of
trout twenty to thirty joining in those
bunts. They rido to tho kangaroo
grounds, aud as soon us ouo is sighted
lie two dogi uro released and tho horses in
nro given their heads. If tho Australian
iiwuj is uoll up iu his business, aud if is
tfUti lut him tako you instead of you trying ,
to tako him, ho will carry you safely,
avoiding the trees and underbrush. A
good, strong kangaroo will givo yoa a
long chase, aud very often tho dogs cannot
follow him. In this case, when the an
iiorsomau gets up to tha kangaroo ho
takes off his stirrups and strap and 1
iuoo'us the animal over the head, which
effectually stuns him. He is then killed is
and skinned. Tho hind quarters aro
.given to the dogs. Yes, it is good
enough eating, but too strong to be gas
to those of delicato taste. The tail,
on tho contrary, is considered by by
to be delicious whon made into
soup. Tho average size of a kangaroo i3
about fonr nud a half feet high, but
iho "old man" kangaroo is ofteu six feet
high, and is very fierce when ooruered, of
and is known to havo ripped men open
with a single blow from ouo of his hind
'I. That wedonolpiiWlib inonjaoin mw
For turning and drilling wrought iron'.
and steel, one ounce of a mixture of soft
soap, with half its weight of pearlash, iu
about one gallon of boiling wator, is in
everyday use iu most engineering shops.
Tho work, though constantly moist, doea
Tho Germans havo boon making "experiments
with n view to ascertaining tho
1 relative strength of hard uud soft steel
and iron beams or girders. Tho results
nliow that tho soft steel girders wero
' twenty-two per cent, and tho hard &teol
girdera sixty-six per cent stronger than
the iron girdors, and tho strength of
j cteel girders was found substantially tho
, Eamo for tho two flanges when similar iu
A handy device for facing np crlhv
ders is mado by clamping an arm to tho
' sliding collar of an ordinary cylinder
, bar. The arm has a tool post attached
to it by means of a gibbed slide and
feed screw, similar to tho cross-feed of
au ordinary slide rest. Uy turning tho
.feed screw o tin him, a- it makes each
revolution, the oylin.irr may lw laced a
( distance equal to tmvurso of tool ou
Iho arm above mentioned. 1
A Fronch geologist has called attention
to the elTt'ct g:autation has iu
heaping up m?u water-' upou tho land.
The conti .ents are thus all situated at
the tops of hills of water; and iu crossing
the A'lmtie the hip has first to go
down hill, then to cross a vallev, and
climb hill. Tin- calculation has
been mad" that in mid-ocean the surfaco
may be more than lulf a mile (1000
metres) below the level it would havo U
the continents exer'ed uo attraction.
Prof. Hell is ooiii'ul. lit that tolophonio
comniuni.'i'ion may be established between
passing vessels at sea. He believes
a wire a mile iu length, trailed behind a
ship, will so charge the water with
electricity that a vessel coming within
half a mile of another thus equipped
may communicate with it. "The principle,"
he says, "is not new; it is old,
with a new use waiting for commerco
to utilise it. I have experimented iu
the Potomac, and tnnrwlel at the simplicity
of the apparatus and the
importance of the results."
New Zealand lepnrt that a Dunodia
electrical engineering Urm is canviug
out a contract for the tmnsmissiou of
POWCf tO TUU a st.iiin.iiig b.Utorv of
twenty heads. The seen of oncrutions
is a gold mtne in the moimr country
winie tinrty miles Uy.- . 1 Like
and the power to riti the battery is
transmitted from a water-fall in tho 1
neiglibniug valley, straight over a
mountain of about 2000 feet in height, I
and for a ditai:co of about two miles.
Tho conducting wire is of the same sizo
as an ordinary telegraph wire, but of
. .. . .
Antlll A t 1 an nn..n..ll L 1 1
"" ia oiisjwmifd jrum leiegrapu
insulators in the usual manner,
It is very easy to niako any ordinary
paper temporarily trauslucent by simply
dampening it with a spongo moistened
with In this condition it i3 I
sufllciontlv to permit of tho
lines of a drawing'being seen through it,
and of ink or water colors being used on
its surfaco without running. As tho
benzine evaporates tho papor loses ita
trausluccucy aud assumes its ordinary
opaque appearance. If this occurs too
quickly, the part can easily be dampened
again with tho bcuziuo. The faint smoll
the oil which will remain will
appear in a day or two if tho paior ia left
exposed to tho air.
The results of experiments mado thn?
far in the purification of wator by aeration
have much notice. This
method is well kuown to bo based on
tho discovery that tho action of air in
!.... iug water is greatly increased by
mixing tho air and water under pressure.
Fiu'rinouut, Pliil.id.'lpliia, turbino
cngino was converted into .m air-pump,
which delivered twenty per cent., bv
volume, of free air into th" water main,
this be.iii; tho proportion found naces.
eary to stircbango the wator. Analysis
showed that the quautity of free oxygen,
the aerated wator was seventeen por
cent, greater than beforo aeration, while
tho quantity of carbonic acid was fifty-three
per cant, groater, aud that of tho
total dissolved gases was sixteen por
Tho constant discovery of natnral gai
and about Pittsburg iu wells giviiig
from 1,000 000 to 10,000,000 daily supply
tho marvel of tho times. There havo
hoen improvements in tho pipo joints
and measures perfected nud adopted to
prevent waste. Tho futuro of this gas
and ita use3 nro boyond conjecture, A
patent for tho process of changing it into
illumiuant has been granted. Tho
main featuro of tho process is tho bursting
of tho natural gas molecules by heat
and mixing it with tho finer gases. It
claimed that this procoss will cheapen
illuminating gas one-fifth. Another now
system of producing heat with natnral
has been brought forward, and a
favorable opinion of it has been expressed
oxperts. Tho scheme is to effect tho
union of n spray of water with natural it
gas, evolving an extra degree of caloric.
Tho spray is injected into tho ilamo of
tho burniug gas, and tho decomposition
tho water and tho combination of tho
released hydrogen and oxygen with tho
natural gas, and tho combustion of tho
new compound, conerates tho heat.
t. That wo Jo n t receive poit ititnj: Ijr
'uufc.riptioa uulesa w uuun cUnua,
1'Olt.UATION OI' Tills CU.N11M.M',
: Tlio opinion is oxpressod by an ominont
American scioutist iu a recent lecture,
that tho North Amorican continent had
tho beginning of its formation in islands'
arising out of tho immense ocean, which
grew until they finally touched each
othor. Many of theso islauds were volcanoes
that tlnow up matter that had
formed beneath the surface of the water,
and wero larger below tho water thau
above it. Tho Hawaiian Islauds have
had tnauy volcanoes, and wero much
formed by them. Their wholo area
above tho sea is moro than that of tho
SUto of Massachusetts, hut their combined
bases must be equal to the wholo
of New Eugland and Now York united.
Thii3 the original islauds of this continent
could easily have been made to
enlarge nud join each othor, and the
granite rock so abundant was doubtless
ouce erupted from volcanoes like
lava. Among the fi:st roletnic
islands must havo been (1 eeuland, Canada
east of Winnipeg, the Atlautic
tho Rooky and tho
Sierni Nevadas, but a the inland roso
aid eulargeil, great depre.Moii9 would
naturally commence and go on, rr.d :i
this way the depressions of Hudson's
Hay, the Misitpu valley, and the S.dt
IVika and Nevida iuh Ihwi until
lutw the depressions would have a saucci
or platter shape.
Tin: cuckoo's i:uo,
Tho" fact of tho cuckoo's egg being
found iu another bird's nest indeed, of
the cuckoo Inning no uoit of iu oau
wiLs kuown iu very early times. It laid
its eggs iu other birds' nests. 15ut then
came this difficulty; some of these uests
were too small to admit the cuckoo, and
in tnauy cases her egg was found m a
to which the only opening w..s at
the side. It was a puzzle to naturalists;
but the puzzle was solved. There are
tw or three stories that one reads in all
thebioks. Maegill vary is tho chronicler
of one. Iu June. si, two sons of a
farmer near Coxmuir saw a cuckoo in
very suspicious circumstances, which
led thorn to watch it. The bird deliberately
picked up au egg iu is bill, looked
around cautiously to ee whether it w is
observed, and then hooped ofi with its
burdeu. It followed its inxtinct in this
matter, and the lxvs followed theirs.
In fact, they followed the cuckoo till at
last they saw it rise aud tly away. Going
to the place, they found a titlark's nest
protected by a cauopy of stroug heather
twigs, and in that nest was a cuckoo's
egg. With the assistance of a telescope,
a foi ester of the name of Mitller watched
the proceedings of au unsuspecting
He saw her lay au egg on n
bank, take it up iu her bill, carry it otTto
(k nofet close by, in which nest- i wagtail's
ho found it a few minutes afterward.
MVINU roil ciuo.ooo.
Tho r.ili J.iX Gnuttt cays: Tho
English divers aud Captain B. F.
Stevens, Lloyd's surveyor, have just
returned from the ialau I of Grand
Canary after raising a sum of uo less
than 90.000. This amount was lying
eubmeigod 1.V.J feet dee)), about a mile
from the sout'ienimost limit of the
island of Uraiid Canary. Too trensuro
went down uDutit two loar ago, in a
braud new Spanish ste.nnrr called the
Alphonon XII. The steamer had on
lward jC 100. 000 north of .Spanish dollars
on their way to Cuba. The insurance
on the money was effected at Lloyd's,
aud was paid over to the insurers after
the vessol foundered. Af'er a lapso of
over a year Captnm 11 F. rf ovens aud
three English divers were sent out to
Grand Canary to try and recovor the
sunkou tieisure. They succeeded iu
bringing upnineboxoscoit lining specio
of tho value of 10 000 i ach, but tho
tenth box could not bo found, and the
divers had to come away without it. The
money was in tho nlmost at
the bottom of the ship. The decks had
to be forced by explosion, and whon tho
mail-room was reached the plucky
divers had to haul tlm boxes from ono
deck to another until the too deck of
the vessel reached. V rtunately
tho fear that tin vessel misht bo sunk
deeper by the explosion . . o' realized,
but thousands of dead ibli woro sent to
An inleroBlinR oxporimenl wasdovised
137 yen. j uno by uu Kuun-'i Catholic
priest, named Xeedhain. i isociation
with tho Fiuiiuh iintiiiiilii UuiFou, but
only properly carried our eventoen
years later by an Italian iiiilosophcr,
tho Abbe Hp.ill.nizani. Iu purpose was
tho same as lle.li'.s, to keep nu orgauio
aubsta'ico bo that notliing could alight
on it from without in order to tlnd
whether, under audi coud.tions, life
could spontaneously develop within it.
So are tho organisms, however,
that multitudes might be deposited, tin-soon,
fiom the air dining oven a few
minutes' exKnuie. With uroat ingenuity
were the altered oircunMt.iiioes met. It
was nigued that heat would destroy
organisms, as it destroys other living
thing!). So nn orgauio iu fusion was
placed in a llask and boiled, nml, while
was boiling, tho ueck of the tlnsk was
fused nnd soiled by a hot (lame. Thus
any living thing iu tho infusion must
havo been killed and no othors could
enter. When this had boon proper' 7
dono the Ihsk misht bo kept for years i
without any auitii.il'Hilro (io callod) ever
ap"eariiig in the 1 i'iiion.
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dm yet bcou UUcutbik1.
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nud speedy cure, whether tho patient Is a
moderate, drinker or nn alcoliollo wreck.
Thmtsnmls of drunkards liavo been
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In IhelrcolTeo without their knowledge, and
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