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THE HOUSEHOLD [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
rHE HOUSEHOLD Passion Fruit Cream.-Required: I doz. passion fruit, 1 pint cream, 3oa sugar, .oz. gelatine. Cut open the paslon fruit, and with a spoon remove all the inside, put on to a sieve with the sugar, and rub through; mix with it a few drops of lemon Juice and sugar to taste; stir nluto the pure a pint of cream whipped until it is still; dis solve the kelatine by putting it into cold water and stir It over the fire un til dissolved. Let it cool before using, then strain it into the cream, stirring all the tiume. Pour into a mould which has been dipped into cold water and stand in a cool place till firm. Iteal Curd Cheesecakes.-Put a pint of new milk into a saucepan, and bring it to boil, then add one cupful of slightly sour milk; stir over the fire until the milk is well curdled. then stand it by in a cool place. When quite cold, turn It into a hair sieve, and carefully drain off all the whey; put the curds into a basin, add three well-bcaten eggs, half a cupful of sugar, one...
THINGS IN GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
THINGS IN GENERAL Old haIr brushes which have become soft can be made hard and firm by I 'lippting'ehthr in a solution of alum. What a taan will do conscientiously for dttty's snakc, a woman will do for the shecr eleasure of dolng it fleptnud upon It. even more tea woeld 1bc drunk, even fewer whiskies anl sulas imbibed, if each lady saw to it that really good tea was served hi her housc. The chIef duty of German women ront.sts not In attendiet; meetings and J.,.ntng crganisations. but in placid w trkI in the house ani the family, that they should bring up the young gener niton in obedience, and- that they should malto It clear to their clilIren th't it is not the object of existence to eejoy life at the expense of others. There was an interesting Incident dunring the delivery of Roosevelt's speech recently at iargo. A uilstturb ance was caused by a gentleman in the hall, who at one point of the speech amazed the audience by calling out "Liar!" Without any unnecessary foss Iloosevelt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
Public Notic.s.. TIHE BORDER~F MO-r'mb BER WICK? ,THE OLDEST HOTEL IN THE DI?ST?IT. , o l% Links opposite. - Good Shooting a~d Driving. Large Garden and Tennis Court on Premises for g?e of Visitors. Billiards. - Stabling. - Vehicles far Bire. --I Motor Car rarties and Cyclists catored for. Large Room for MEcetings Free of Charge. . Week-end Visitors catered for. JOIP P. (D. TRIADO, Proprietor. SPhone Berwick d . Late cf Broken River ZeteJ Benalla. -- I GIppsL4N$ MOTEL, BEACONSF!ELD. A. B. BRAGG, Licensee. Goc?Accc n mceticn. e k- Fr.d Visitors Catered For. Fishing and Shcotirg. Golf Links in Preraration. Billiards. Gccd Stabling. +?i MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE. i-+ CARDINI7 PARK HOTEL, LOWER BEACONSFIEIJD. This Hotel is now under new management, and caters for TVeek-end Visitors; also .?iotor and Picnic Partieas. Good Fishing and Shooting. Only one class of Wines and Spirits stocked--THE BEST. J. H. STEEL. Licensee. Phone 5, Berwick. C;ommonwealtb . i tttank oI Etutrafa HEAD OFFICE 'X 5l S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
Business .NJYotices. T· TEETH ' TEETH TELTH w TEETH IVir F. Nugent Faire Reed..by tr7 Deptal Board of Uietoria, Will visit BER WICK every TUESDAY, s o'clock till 5 ConsuLing Roim at Mlr E. WV. Poynter's, Chemist. Also PAKENHAM, Tuesday mornings -9.30 to 11.45. Private consuting room Gembrook Hotel PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS 2/6. Crown, Bridge and Porcelain Work a Specialty, at Reasonable Prices Note.-No CHAss ma!e for Etr Lctions when order given for ARTI cICAL. WORK. Teeth extracted by the most modern Painless System, Atmy Meropolitan address I have fitted up an up-to-date Suigery with the very latest American Electric Plant, including a Nasal In baler Nitro Oxii Gas Plant, which is the very latest process for xtractmg teeth. Inspection invited. TzLEPHONa--xV indsor 736. H?oua--9 till 5.3o and 6.30 to 8. ADDRESS--224 WILLIAMI ROAD, TOORAK, Opposite Dr Huckell's Surgery, a minute Hawksburn Station - ALL WORK GUARANTEED. - WYT eickh~ardt's ' Chbarnoionl 1000 GalIon 25 gauge-" Orb," Double ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
~e13wick ~hire News WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1914 A meeting of the committee of the Mechanics' Institute and Free Library was held last night when the following were pre sent: - Dr Griffith, Messrs Me Cann (chairman), Hehir, Miller and Thomas (secretary). The business transacted was of an unimportant character. The Rev. A. J. Cole has re turned from his holiday and has taken up his ministerial work again. Mr Peglar, who has acted as assistant stationmaster at Ber wick for some years, has been promoted, and left on Monday to take charge of the station at Darnum While, the people of I Berwick and district will regret' Mr Peglar's departure they will be pleased to hear of his promo tion. By his courtesy and willing ness at all times to assist those having business at the station, he gained the respect of all, and to mark their appreciaticn of his good services his many friends have made him a presentation of a suitably inscribed silver cake basket. In taking up his new position Mr Peglar ha...
CARE OF THE HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
CARtE OF THE IIANS,. Our hands should receive attention of course, but the studied care shown by some persons is tiresome when we see them continually exam ining their -digits as if they were objects of great intrinsic value, ad miring and thrusting thenm contimn ally on the notice of others bIy so doing. It is presemedl that per sons of refinement will keep their hands in a preeentable condition, and-no matter what the occupation may be, with ordinary attention this may easily be done. There is an old rhyme that wourlh appeao r to divorce this cleanliness from in dustry :- - "Beltter have black hands,n and plenty of meat, Than ever such white ones, and no thing to eat." True, but as soap is cheap aind water plentiful, once the task Is completed there is no excuse for dirty hands. It has been said .that the splendid health characteristic of the Jews is partly hle to the in variable custnom of waching their handl hefore e;ating. We casnot alter the shale of our. hands. If ictlifTrent...
Ladies' Column. SOME GOOD RECIPES. MACARONI. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
Ladies' Column. SOME GOOD RECIPES. 31ACAIHONI. It is said that macaroni is not meant to be dressed as a "sweet." and in Italy. I am told. it is never serreil in that forrm. Sweet dishes made ot it are occasionally sent to table there, witness the follownlg recipe : A quarter of a pound nit ma caroni, one and a hall pints of mnilk,. three ounces of, sugar, the thinly pared ri$l of a lemon. three-quar ters of a pint of boiled' custard. and a grate of nutmeg. ol3l1 the milk: add the sugtr; ferm'on-rind, ijin macaroti cut Into three-tnch lengths; and simmer slowly ,tntil tender, but not broken. Put the whole into a deep piie-lish, and when quite cold pour over . the prepered cold cus tard, grate -it with nutmeg, and serve. Sutricient for four or five persons. Wh1ien cold suppers are served in stead of late dilmier, to give the domuestics more leisure on Sunday, puddings- of the kind described are very acceptable. . Considerate mis tresses freiluently arrange to change the dinner hour ot...
Honesty Insured Here. BEHIND THE SCENES IN A FIDELITY GUARANTEE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
Honesty Insured Here. ----+L BEHIlND T'II SCE.NEtS IN A FI I'ELITY GAl\?tANTEE E O)FIICE. People think that when a society guaratntee. for a consideration, a man's fidelity, it, at any rate, be lieves that honesty is not ex tinct. ear,. dear ! As a fact, it often stands bhnd for sotitebody whom'i it would not trust alone with the petty ctish. And it can well afford to do so because it gets an inilemnity from the muan' relatives. oIvy some means a worthless rascal obtained a toor Law appointment, nndt n certain ollice guaranteed his -mnesty to the extent of £?.i)O. In less than six months he bolted with over £4100, which the insurers had to pay. Not a penny, how ever, did they lose. Thle:ruinaway's unfort lnate relatives reimbursedl the society in full. Contrairy to populilar belief, a so ci.rty nearly always insists that a warrant slhnll ie taken Out for an embezzlcer. This is done. not it the interests of justice--for who ever Iknlew a guarantee society ac tually prosecute ?-but fo...
BOLOGNA SAUSAGES—IMITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
IOLOGNA SAUSAGES-?DIITA TION. Ingredients : Two poundls o" lean beef, two pounds of lean pork, one pound of finely chopped suet, a little powdered thyme and nmace, some pepper, and fat bacon (this cut in to strips), ox-skins, and brine. Method: Simmer the meat until tender, then chop it fine and pass It three times through a mincing machine. Bound it smocth, adding the suet. Then season well and pep per, and very sparingly with thyme and mace. Press the mixture firmly into the preparedl ox-skins, and when filling intersperse with strips of bacon. Tie the skins into, nine Inch lengths. Let them remaini in brine for ten days. Then smoke the sausages; serve cut into -slices. Thley will take three weeks to smoke.
AN EXCELLENT SALAD (GERMAN WAY). [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
AN EXCELLENT SALAD (GEE MAN WAY). When a green salad is difficult to' get, one made of potato is a pals table occompaniient to:'cold meat. It is a commoni mistake to allow the boiled potatoes to get cold. It is most essential, -it they have be comle cold. that they be reheatedl before sliced, and put into the dress ing, otherwise the absorption will not properly tlak place. It should consist of equal parts of oil. vine gar, and boiling water, pepper, and salt to taste. a few minced capers, or chopped gherkin, or some boned anchovies; a little mincedl onion tny likewise be added inth advnn tage:; so, too, a little-chopped celery. It will be seen how easy it is to very the flanvour.of potato salad, by adding to or otherwise omitting any one or more of the ingredients named. Ater mixing the salad ought to stand for a few mitt utes in front of the lire to aid the absorption of the dressing. Of course, it is eaten cold; but should not be kept too long beforeuse.
With the Brand of BUSY DAYS AMONG THE CATTLE ON AN AUSTRALIAN RANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
SWith the Brand of - -4---- BUST DAYS AMONG( THE CATTZLE ON AN AUSTRALI-AN RANCH. It has been well said -that in cer ititn -parts of- Australia there are just two main idustries.,- cattle raising and. "cattle-dulfing." The dlaerence' is that one iman, the one engaged in the "rnaising," breeds the rattle:; the other branids themt-with his own brand.. The "dnfller's" pirogramtame is lirst to take uip a small piece of counatry on the mnargin of a big man's sta tion, then buy a small stock ,i breeders, say 100 head. Sometime, too, e\etn his'alleged, breeders may be working bullocks--anything, in fact, that answers to the descrip tion of "cattle." A ' capital': of £200 will see lian awell on the \ray- to a fortune. All he now has to un is to "sit tight" tintl avoid cnipalny. The averagC lpastoralist dos not employ a sutlti clent nimbcr of men to "hrand rlip'" his calves as they are horn-it wouldl be next door to inmpossihle for hima to 'Io so. in view of the ianIaaase size of his holding...
About Lord Strathcona. REMARKABLE INCIDENTS OF A WONDERFUL CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
About Lord Strathcona. 1 REMARRKA,\BLE INCIDENTS OF A WONDERFUL CAREER. Lord Strathcona's career is among the most remarkable in modlern hisl 'tory. Horn of poor parents, he rose to become an E.mpire-huilder of the first muagnitude, and one of the most remarkable and benevolent men of the age. Creator of the American Pacilic Railway ; founder, during the South African War, of the famous regiment of horse that here his name; donor at immense cost, widh his relative, Lord Miount Stephen, of the Montreal Hospital. and of the gift of half a million sterling to the King's HIospitnl Fund for Lon don: lhe. in addition, dispensed numerous benefactions for mnedical and educational purposes upon a scale of munificence that is truly surprising. A conteiiiporary men tieos eleven hospitals and edlueantional institutions which he either founded or benefited with gifts amounting to £1.185,000. Buit these are. only a few out of his many benc?'olences. .~ et his modesty eas as genuine as his mnunifi...
The Work of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
The Work of the Judicial Committee-of the Privy Council. ~----- SIn a huilhling at the corner of Downing S?tret antd Whitehall, is a bright, comfortable room furnishel like a library three orr- four elderly gentlemen are seated,. at. a horse shoe talRe't " ,As barrister' ," robes is adldre'sintW theln frrom a kindl of lectern Less thani half-a-dozen other people, including a couple of at tendarlnts in evening dress. are pri sent. .Ihe occasiornt Is a ;sittipgot-tlthe J.udicinl Committee of the Privy Council-the ourt o1 appeal for the whole Isnmpire. -"' ' The Judicial Conimittee, of which the Lord Chancellor.. is the head, may sit for' wteeks -ol end without receiving any'-,notice in" thel Eag lish newspapers, save perhaps .in "The ,Tiiues"' lw-reports. It. is no uncomm?nii th'i~T "thouighl for their Lordships to deliver a judgment which tiauses part-- )of the Empire "ilownn utlller"'r or way to the West to throb with c-xrittlenrlt whenrl the sun travels rotind - there a few houllrs...
THE HIGHEST TALENT. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
THE HIGHEST TALENT. The Friends, or Quakers, as they Sre commonly called, attach a pecu liar signitficance to the word weight. To say of a man in their communi ties that he has. or that he lacks,. weight, is to express a kind of final jutgm:ncnt upont himn. This usage of the word involves a recognition of a certain authority which attaches to the judgment and example of sonmei peop!e, and whichl the example and ju:dgnent of other people do not Carry writhi them. There are a great many m?ln and women who are exemplary and !la-e charming gifts, but who do not make thelcir ma.rk on their asso clat,'. They interest and entertain. hut thley do not deeply inltluence those about them. It is a pleasure to meet them, and agreeable things are al ways: said about them; but they nel thor stimnulate nor mould opinion. In suck c:asis the charm generally re sid°s in temperament, while the source of influence is character. TIhere are a great many delightful talkers, for instnce, who speak out of th...
POSITION OF THE HEAD IN SLEEP [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
POSITION OF THE HEAD IN SLEEP Custom has imposed the use. of the' bolster and the pillow, but it does not of necessity follow that they are ad vantageous or conducive to sound sleep. Physiologically, we are entitled to entertain a doubt, seeing that phy siologists are still unable to state au thoritatively whether the brain in sleep is conegsted or anaemic. The General experience is that the lower tho head. the deeper is the sleep, and vice versa. Apart from morbid con ditions which render it impossible to some persons to sleep with the head low-conditions which vary ad infini tum from mere preference for a thick bolster to positive orthopnoea-habit, and, possibly, physiological conforma tion, render the head:low positlor in bed intolerable to some. It is urged against the use of these supports that they inflict a constrain ed position of the neck, which inter feres with the passage of blood to and from the brain, and contracts the thorax. On the other hand, unless one lies on the b...
FORTUNE-TELLING WITH DOMINOES. What the Chief Pieces Mean. Lucky and Unlucky Numbers. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
FORTUNE-TELLING WITH DOMINOES. What the Chief Pieces Mean. Lucky and Unlucky Numbers. F'ortunre-telling- by c:trds or by tea cups is a favorite pastime for after noonl tea-parties--but there is another lethod of tortune-telling with which itoe are aclquainlted-i.e., fortune-tell ine by dominoes. This unilue method is not o:nly great fun at pleasant .amilIy gath,:rings, but you can amuse eourslf, for ever so long by telling your owvn fortune when you aIre quite alone. Some of the chief rules for ,t'UlinO tlrtunec-telling are given here. If vou caln tell fortunes with the aid of dominoes, you need never be dull. The rules aIre very simple. All you h tO d(o is to coflmlit them to roernory, andt this is not a ditlicult matter tt all. Each domino has its special mean ing, and by comlparing the dominoes selectedr wlthl each other, and exercis ing a little calculation-and, shtall we say, dlivilation--:also in regard to their sequence, tile fortunes are told. First turn all the dominoes out...
Interpolated. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 10 June 1914
Interpolated. "Everybody k-ows about i;." said Mrs. Bickers. referring to a fami;y quarrel next door. "Somnr people take her part and nome tak. heir hus band's part." "And I suppose." sinarled Dickers, "there are a f.w -ccentrrlec individuals who mind their own bousiness?" "HUPMOBILE" 16-32 H.P. LOkG STROKE, HIGH PO,'Ee.t THEY SPECILY ADAPTED to FOR AUSTRALIAN CONDITIONS. £360 to £450. STAND £6T QUALITY "SWIFT" AT 11-3. 13.. an, i-3 IHP.P , IFE SPEEDY, SMA\RT, COSY, REL1,\BLE LI £450 to £595. THE STRAKER - SQUIRE",, AND (15-20 H.P. (One 'oSbl Only.) ECONO IY The Fines, Ca.r x' Last Loido E N M Olympla. The result of syears of Concentrated En erL. Price, £650 to £700. V'StE ALSO STOCK _9__ "AIRES," "A.BCTT," and "VALVELESS" CARS. W/l ys-Utiity, Garford and Hupmobile Commercial Vehicles. card from you w;ill bring Fu!llest Particuiaro per return. DENNYS LASCELLES LTD., GEELONG: GHERINGHAP STREET. 'Phone - 1582. MELBOURNIE: 618-24 ELIZABETH STREET. 'Phone- 5306.