From an 1885 edition of The Chatham Record, these hints speak to the concerns of another era. Kerosene spots just aren’t the problem these days that they used to be. Not all of them are outdated, however. The admonishment to “turn the children out into the sunshine to play,” for example, is as sound today as it was then.
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