Dorothy Greval

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The institution of sweeping the roads, streets and compounds of public buildings in most towns is a public nuisance for which the city fathers are responsible. The dust rises in the air and falls into the houses within its reach, especially into the rooms on the first floor. All such surfaces which harbour loose dust should be watered before they are swept.(More)
The pantry is a desirable but not an indispensible part of the house. The equipment in it should not be excessive. It should not be used by the servants for sleeping in. Bottle khcina is an appropriate description. The refrigerator or ice box should not be kept in the pantry but in the dining room. So that the mistress of the house can see that it is not(More)
By DOROTHY GREVAL 166, Lower Circular Roacl; Calcutta-14. The quality of mercy is not strain'd It droppeth, as the gentle rain from heaven Upon the place beneath: it is twice bless'd; It blesseth him that gives, and him that takes. William Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice. Had the bard put compassion for mercy and extent for quality he would have stated(More)
By (Mrs.) DOROTHY GREVAL 166, Lower Circular Road, Calcutta-lit The ordinary whitewashing for the entire interior of the house is monotonous and makes the house look like an office. One remains surrounded by the same colour night and day. Hence the monotony. Colours break the monotony and in addition are restful to the eyes. Colour schemes, however, should(More)
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