Cement For Broken China, Glass, etc - The following recipe, from experience, we know to be A good one, and, being nearly colourless, it possesses advantages which liquid glue and other cements do not:-Dissolve half an ounce of gum acacia in & wine glass of boiling water; add plaster of Paris sufficient to form a thick paste, and apply it with a brush to the parts required to be cemented together. Several articles upon our toilette table have been repaired most effectually by this recipe. (See 78.)