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Fig. 1.-Collar with PLAstron.
Collars with Plastron. Figs, 1 and 2.
The plastron attached to the collar Fig. 1 is broad at the top, and tapers to a point at the waist. The centre is covered with pleated white crape, and on each side is a border of broad open guipure embroidery in white and écru. The stiff standing collar is covered with a flat band of the embroidery, with folds of crape projecting at the top.
In Fig. 2 the pointed plastron is of folded white crêpe de Chine, bordered with white feather-edged ribbon on the sides. A band of colored beaded galloon is along one side, terminating at the point under a ribbon bow. The standing collar is encircled by a band of the galloon headed by crêpe folds, and is fastened under a ribbon bow on one side.
Young Lady's Satteen Dress.
THIs cotton satteen dress for a young lady consists of a blouse-polonaise and pleated skirt, the latter being of plain heliotrope satteen, while the polonaise has the front and back of cream and heliotrope figured satteen, with the sides, including the side forms of the waist, the sleeves, and the side breadths of the skirt, of plain satteen. The front and back of the polonaise are full, and the front is gathered with a heading to a full yoke. The sides are taken up in deep pleats to the hips, forming two curved draperies, of which that at the front is the longer. A ribbon belt and bow are at the waist.
Sea-side or Travelling Cloak. SoFT limousine wool in cream and brown stripes is the material for this long travelling cloak, which has a lining of striped brown surah silk. The skirt is pleated at the back, and is attached by a deep fan-pleated heading to the back forms of the waist. From under the heading two brown velvet bands extend down the skirt. A pleated plastron is in the front, with broad velvet revers at the sides, which run out into bands like those on the back, and the ends of all four bands terminate in brown passementerie ornaments. A turned-down collar and cuffs of velvet complete the cloak, the cuffs being also
trimmed with passementerie.
Embroidered Chambéry Dress.
This midsummer toilette is made of pale blue Chambéry with the selvages embroidered in several darker shades. The skirt is kilt-pleated, and on the left side has two revers edged with embroidery, which meet at the points. The over-skirt is rather short, consisting of an oval apron on the front and a looped back somewhat longer. The basque has open fronts, filled in with crossed fichu folds that leave the throat exposed, and is completed by revers and cuffs of embroidery.
SCIENCE IN THE HOUSE.
CIENCE, in a mild form, is now occupying itself in making many inventions for domestic purposes, saving time and trouble to the house-keeper. Among the latest are striking sand-glasses to be used by the cook, or another, in operations which require a specified amount of time and attention. One of these glasses is so weighted and hung that the emptying of the sand reverses it and causes a metal attachment to strike against the stand in falling, thus giving note of warning, so that the person using it is able to attend to other things meanwhile, instead of having, as formerly, to give unceasing glances at the running of the sand. This little implement every.
brief thing of the kind, by the help of a three-minute glass, will feel to be a great enfranchisement. Another invention useful to those who keep birds, is a cage on one side of the floor of which is fitted a roll of thick water-proof paper, running through grooves and crossing the entire bottom of the cage. Every morning the soiled paper is pulled through and torn off in its own crease without more ado, ready to be thrown in the fire, and the fresh paper, in the act of pulling off the soiled, has taken its place, thus sparing the person whose duty it is to attend to the cleanliness of the cage much trouble and annoyance, and the little tenant of the place much fluttering.
EMbitoidERed Chambéry. DREss. body who has ever boiled an egg or done any other SEA-sing on TRAvriling Cloak.
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