[en] 13,298. Eaton-Shore, J. June 14. Hair, bannister, carpet, and long-handled brushes and brooms dusting-apparatus dust pans.-Dust, hair, and the like is drawn away from hairdressers' brushes and shears, carpet sweepers, brooms, dust pans, &c. by mounting a hood of light material such as mica, celluloid, or aluminium on these articles and connecting it by means of a flexible pipe c to an exhausting-fan. Fig. 5 shows the hood a applied to a brush. The dust may be sterilized by collecting it in a vessel containing carbolic acid or other disinfecting-material.