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THE CHILDRENS COLUMN CINDE RELLA'S LETTER BOX RULES FOR COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

THjB CHIR DREfi COtUrRU RULES FOR COMPETITIONS. All manuscript must bear name, address and age of sender, clearly written, thus: - Name ... . .. .. . .. .. . .. .. . .. Age .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Class (A. or B.) .............. No Competitor to be over 16 years of age. Com petitions to be neatly written on one side of the paper only. No help to be received from other people. Children are expected to honorably ob serve this rule. All letters are to be addressed to .'Cinderella,". "The Leader" Offcee. Melbourne. If enclosed in open envelopes niarked "'MSS. for publication," they can be sent for one penny up to 2 oz. In awarding prizes, "Cinderella" takes into ac count, not only the corerctness of the answers, but the neatness of the manuscript and the age of competitors.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. iB RADERS--FOR RI.DERS. To Clean Pewter.--This recipe for:cleaning pew ter is quite the best -Ilnow. Make a paste of one' ounce of soff .soap, one 'ounce of rotten stone, one 'ounce of ammonia, and. half, a pint of boiling,,water, T1i' very lthoroughly, and 'ke:: in a covered jar.' Rub the pewter with a little of this till the stains are. removed, and "Iolisi with a soft oloth dippe, in dry wititng. - Economical Cakes.-We' often ise 'mutton f-at instead of 1butter when mnaking' 'akes.. It is, of course' mnucoh cheaper, and the difference is -hard: ly noticeable. I mix tihe:fatewith an equal quan tity of ordina?ly dripping, and clarify it. Wlie:l using, 1 beat it to a cream just as .I shou& butter; and addla little lemon jlice-and- a goon pinch of. carbonate of soda. As much. carbonate of soda' as will lie fiat on a threepenniy-piece 'i sufficient for half a pound of dripping. Dents in Furniture.--This is the way I alwam)~ remove dents when they appear in mny...

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THE KITCHEN. VEGETABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

THE KFITCHEN. S VEGETABLES. 'Sjvory ways of cooking vegetables are very cc ceptable. Whether they are put on the Itable, after' the Continental plan, as .a special couuse, or. served along 'with mencat, they ought. to be nmade palatable, and more trouble should be taken, to. render them 'digestable than is usually done. Vegetablecs add to the value of the entree.- They may be offered as an- accompaniment to the releve, and they are often appreciated as an entremet. Conisiderably less meat is eaten than there used' to, be, but it is not sufficient, to provide ''egie tables as 'a substitute uinlem they are nicely. pre pared, and, especially in cold weather, supple rhented .by fat. that adds' to their food value. licetroots, for. instance, are practically neglected, for, beyond the sliced beets 'sent as a condliineilt for 'cold moat, they are .seldom seen on the ave; rage menu:: At present they are cheap, and numerous ways of preparing them might be sug g;esfed. .Savoory casolettes are...

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HOT POT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

-OT POT.... First of all. a -hot-pot is a very.ecannfical dish. It saves -fuel because a slow, -stepit y beat is .e quixerl, not a .quick, bright fire, such as is nece? eary for roamting, grilling, &e. It isaves time be cause the pot once prepared needs no more at~ tention, uo small matter in a ihoiise where -the mistress biasn to look after a. thousand and .:one things herself. Then bthere is oinly the one uten jil to wash, for.the dish is -served in the hot-pot itself. It aives money because the etougher, andl therefore cheaper, parts of buat can be -used for a hot-pot, as the -slow, gentle -rooing .in moist beat softens the sinews, and renders them tender and digestible, and the vegetables which. are add ed nmake.the most expensive item, viz., meat, go farther than it )tlierwise -would ldo. It saves waste,'because anytfing that escapesfrom:' the food in cooking is retained in the gravy. If you havo o probper "bet-pot," -ay . ,deep iireprcof flis.h, such-as a -casserole. o...

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USEFUL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

USEFUL 'RECf:IPIES. Sea Pie.--Ingredients: . Th. bee' suet, lb. flour, 1 teaspoonfulh biking .peon 1r, niater` to nmix, .1 lb. eteinog beef, .potatoes iMethod: SCut up -the beef in even Ipieces, .dust 'well with flour, nnd season with= pepper and. salt, lid- place in a stewpan. Cover witlY l~~ ter or 'tack, and nll3ow to- simmer very :gently for hal .:an hour. Prepare thlssuct crust by miing ihe fiiely chop ped suet' with the ilour, .salt.,'nd 'baking' powder. Add .water to make a stif.. dough . Roll this out into.a flat cake ,he size of the saucepan. Place seme 'small pottoesa 'on top of the beef, and then the suet pastrv, .aid continuse cooking for another three-quarters of an hour. To dish, cut the pastry into four, .and remove from the pan. Place the snea't and . potatoes on' a hot 'lish, and -put the pastry on top carefully. Serve all hot. N.B.-The pie may be coOked in a casserole, and then it is served in. tihe dish in whlich- it is cooked, with a scr'iette fastened round. : t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

, . .. . ' ,. BIS NO W O N. Sa Splendaid Harvest of Big Bargains in Every Depart ment. Never Before Have the Prices Been So Low. *SU3MIER FATR BARGAIN. BIOUES, 1/.-Smart.Shirt St yle, in Chalys and Cambric Prints, IWhite Muslin, trimmed embroi dery. - rFAfl PRICE, 1ti.-?ream Cord Washing Blou'eo, hi shirt style, a splendid wearilng blouse. :STYLISH ONE-PIECE DRESSES, 8/11.--Smart Stripe T'oile Dresses, trimninedlace collar (Sjmlsiine shape), Jubot to f)nlish, pipings of black. ,silkette. SONE-PIECE FROCQKS, 12/6.-There are Dainty Organdi Muslin Frocks, pompadour rosebud crepe moiles, ,and plain crepe dresses. FAIR BARGA?IN, 4/ll.--Genmine' Linen Dress' Skirts, Irish Linen of" su?erior .quality, new shape skirts, tuck down centre front. SHOP BY POST IT'S THE EASI EST WAY - POST YOUR ' ORIDER NOW. S ORDERS FROM£ .OUR SUMMER1 . CATALOGUE •WILL BE FOR WARDED AT FAIR PRICES. AinR 'rIICE,, 8/11 . Superior Quality Tussore WTEl PAY :.t Silk )Thess,. in style as axoae, lane 1 tailor col- REI...

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CHRISTMAS GOODIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

CHRISTMAS GOODIES. BY "FANNIE MERRITT FAR~lER. Christmas Pudding.-Soak one hailf pound stale bread crumbs in one cup scalded nilk one hour. Add two-thirds cup sugar, the 'yolks of five .eggs beaten until thick, one and one lialf cup .raisin (seeded, cut in ifieces and dredged with two tablespoons floir), two-third.. cup - curranta, one half cup choppil EngEish' vaInut meat sand one half cup citron cut in smml strips. Chop one a lf pound suet and work until esamy, using 'the hand. . Add to first mixture and :when thoroughly blended, add one-fourth cup brandy, one half grated. nutmeg, three-fourths teaspoon. cinnamon, one-third teaspoon clove, one-third teaspoon mace am] :oe an'lOne half teaspoons salt* then add the whit'c'Otf tiv eggs ;It'ateo until' stiff. Turn into a-buttered mould and -steam sl£ hours. Iemonoe from mould and gar?nish with holly bright with red berries. S?erve with foamy sauce. Foamy Saioe.-Crunm one malf cup butter and add very gradually, vwhile beating constaitly...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE.. Constant Reader.-Both gowns would look well with coatees of heavy cream lace, lined with net or chiffon. Yes, you can certainly have the coatees straight, and you will find it much better to cut them like Magyar blouses, adding the basques. It is always better when you want descriptions of gowns to send a stamped and addressed envelope, as it is better to send pictures in these cases than to give written descrip tions. i thank you for your wishes. "The same to you." Lillie.-You can get the tools from W. and G. Dean, Equitable Building, Collins-street. 1f you send me a stamped and addressed envelope I will post you the pattern you ask for. Be sure and repeat your question. Thank you. I am always glad to get good .crochet, knitting or tatting patterns. Doulbtful.--If you are an intimate friend you would put "With love and all good wishes from Mary Brown" in a card, and tie it to the pre sent. If only an acquaintance write, "With best wishes from ---" on you...

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AUDACIOUS SAFE ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

AUDACIOUS "9XE ROBBERY. Thieves entered "the residence of Mr. IH. A. Kent, of 41 Greig-street, Albert Park, on Thursday and committed a most daring robbery during the temporary absence of Mr. Kent and his family. Mr. Kent car, ries on business as a dairyman, and he is also the manager of the Dux Picture The atre at Albert Park. Shortly before 8 o'clock, at night he and Mrs. Kent, ac companied by a young lady named Lynch, went to the theatre, leaving the house se. curely locxed. 'When the entertainment terminated Miss Lynch walked home in ad vance. of the others.. As she neared hume she observed a buggy, in which were three men, being driven hastily away from the front of the house. She next noticed that the front door had been thrown open, and quickly saw that the house had been thoroughly ransacked. The'thieves, who had climbed over the back fence and forced open the door of the .houise, carried away a safe, which contained- £30 of MIr. Kent's own money, and jewellery, comprising b...

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CABLE NEWS FATHER SHOOTS SON. MUSIC HALL ARTIST KILLED. PARIS, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

FATHER SHOOTS 801? :fMUSIC HALL ARTIST KILLED. PARIS, 31st D'ecamber. A sensational tragedy occurred in Paris yesterday, the victim being M. Fragson, a well-known performer in the music halls. M. Fragson's father, an octogenarian, fired three shots at his son, wounding him in the head. He was removed to the hos pital \in a dying state, and succumbed shortly afterwards. The father, who had become suddenly demented, was arrested. He said that his son was a good son until be met an Eng lish dancing girl, who was a "tangoist," or exponent of the tango. SEQUEL TO VIOLENT QUARREL. M. Fragson. was living with his father in a flat in the Rue Lafayette, and after dining with a lady named Gaulette he went Jionie to dress before his engagement at the Alhambra Music Hall. He found the front door bolted, and waited some minutes before his father, who was dining alone, opened .the door. A violent quarrel followed. The father, who is 83 years of age and only 5 feet in height, pulled out an automat...

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AGED FATHER "SEES RED." PARIS, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

ACED FATHER "SEES fRED." PARIS, 1st January. Further details regarding the tragedy ata flat in the Rue Lafayette on Tuesday,which 2A: Fragson, a well-lknown performer in the music halls, was fatally shot by his aged father after. a quarrel,, show that the father was evidently mentahy unhinged over the fact that a lady tango dancer named Paulette had diverted his son's af fection from him. M1. Fragson bitterly re proached his father for keeping him wait ing at the door. The father declares thart when his son jostled him he momentarily "saw red" and fired his revo'ver, with fatal results. Another version states that owing to l. Fragson's approacihing tour in England he had arranged that his father should be cared for in a nursing home during his ab sence, but the father declared that lie would prefer suicide to entering the home.. ALLELAATIONS AGCAINST ACCUSED The dancer Paulette alleges that the octogenarian, whose name is Victor Pott, recentl.y tried to suffocate M. Fragson and ners...

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CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY. BEREAVED PARENTS DECLINE PUBLIC AID. NEW YORK, 27th December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

CHRISTM1A TRACEDY. BEREAVED PARENTS DECLINE PUBLIC AID. NEW YORK, 27th December. No clue has yet been obtained as to' the identity of the man who shouted "Fire" in a crowded hall at Calumet, in Michigan, with the result that a panic ensued and in the rush for the exits 80 people, mostly children, were crushed ,to death. The relatives of the dead children hi.ve reftised to accept the public subscription of £10,000 towards the disaster fund, on the ground that all the bereaved are members of the Western Federation of Miners, 'vhose funds are ample to provide for such cases. The real reason is the bitter hos tility prevailing between citizens and labor ites since the strike broke. Most of the victims were the relatives of strikers. As a result of their refusal to accept the subscriptions a deputation of citizens wait ed on Mr. Moyem, president of the West ern Federation of Miners. He upheld the decision, declaring they did not want the aid of citizens.. The citizens thereupon forcibly ...

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FARM,DAIRY&STATION. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

M6 ma· ANSWERS TO CORRESIPONDENTS. Drafting Yards.--O.C.N., Benjeroop.-See dia :grams:in.last week's issue of "The Leader." The S"best timber" is the. timber easiest handled and most accessible in the neighborhood of the pro - posed drafting yards,. Peas for Shaep.-W.P.S., Nathalla.-Thf subject is too big for treatment in the limited' space of this columin, but we will endeavor to furnish de tails on our Tillage and Pasture page at an, early date. Names of Graeses.-F.W., Gunvah.--Your speci mens 'have been- forwarded to the Government Botanist for identification. Answers should, ap pear in next week's issue. No discourtesy was' intended, and the blame must be placed on the heavy Christmas work at the General Post Office. Oaten Hay.-L.W.B., South Gippsland.-For full nutritious value, the crop requires to be fully out in ear, but not necessarily allowed to get too ripe. The crop cut green, and stooked at once, .so as not to have too much sun exposure before stacking, is the best. Barn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

TWINE Emu Brand. ' We are Making -a Special Twine This Season, hnd can Guarantee the Quality and Strength. Write to Us About Samples. LOPE CLOTHES LINES, HALTERS Lists Posted on Application. tGeo.' Kinnear and Sons PTY. LTD., 359 LONSDALE-STREET, MELD;B VICTORIA. WORKS: FOOTSORAY. Phone 6527. .7 6 0 ý "ý ý ,,S ý -ýw·P1Y rý r· :s la~ ab~.v ·a.-si9~ ents evI_ .hea.. Large Stock of Every Description. It Will Pay ,You to Write or Telegr'r Us Before Ordering. OUIt PRICES A If LOWEST. SCARLET'T an' ' Co., 437 Collins-street. M1Velbourne, JUTE AND WHEAT SPECIALISTS, EXPERT PRODUCE SALESMEN. Coosign All Your Produce to Us, We Return Prompt Cadh and ToD Psic t "'LI4E THE LAND" GYPSUM FERTILISER. Mr. B. Wilson, Maffra, writes: "',Ast year, when I got your Gypsum, some of my neighbors laughed at me, but the good results on my land since must have impressed them a lot." Write for pamphlets, prices, &e., to ARTHUR H. HASELL, 17 QUEEN-STREET. MELB.

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SHOWS TO COME. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

SHOWS TO COME. JANUARP1. Kiania, N.S.W.. . .. *. 8. -4. 24 W~ollongong, N.S.W.; ...-. . .o O, -0, % * FEBRUARY. Berry, N.S.W. .... .... .. .. .. 4, 5. 4 Dorigo, NS.W.. ..... ...... 10, 11 _Moruya, N.S.W .. .. ...... .. . 11, 12 AletonviUe, N.S.W. ... ... . ,, . ., 11, 12 Korumburra .. .. . . .. . .. .. . .. 18 Lang Lang .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . I Guym, N.S.W ........ .. . .... 17, 18, 19 Gunning, NB.. ......... .. .... 18, 19 Dapto, N.S.W. .... .. .. . ... . .. . 24, 95 Inverell, N.S.W. .. .. .. ....... 1, 26, 97 MAROB. Ramsey ... .. ..... .. .. .. 4 •Warragul .. .... .... .. .. .. 4 Tumut, N. .W . .. .. .. .. .. ... +.. 4, F oster .. .. . . .. .. " . .. . . . 4. Lillydale .. .. ., .. .... .. .. 4 Orbost .. ... .. .... .. .. ..... .. 5-6 Upper Yarra ............ .. ..... ... Wandin ...... .... ....... ... .. .. 11 Bunyip......... ... .. .. ...... . 11 Portland .. .... ..... , .' . ... ...... 11 Yarram ...... ....... ........ .; ... 11 Box Hill .......................13-14 Ringwood ......

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COMMENTS. THE MENACE OF MARGARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

COMMENTS. THE MENACE. OF MARGARINE. Within the last fortnight there was telegraphed from" London to the Australian press an ominous "item of news for Australian ,dairymen. The announcement was to the effect that the Bermondsey Board of Guard inins had resolved to revert to the use of margarine in the infirmary work house. In this way it was expected to effect a saving of £1500 a year.. The step had been taken because the Local Government Board had issued a memorandum stating that there is no appreciable difference in the nutritive values of butter and margar ine. The Local Government Board is one of .the most important administrative de partments of Great Britain. It is presided over by a Minister of Cabinet rank, and has in its employ a large staff of skilled oflicials and experts. The prompt action on the-part of the Bermondsey authorities may?be taken as a sign of the times, and there will be no cause for surprise if other institutions follow its example. If sub stantial savings ...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

AGRICUULTURAL NOTE8 The wheat transport season started or 16th December, and gives promise of being a .heavy one. According to returns sup plied by the Railway department, 341,23E bags of wheat had been transported from the country districts to the city up to Wednesday of last week, as against 107,114 for the same period las year. Trucks are now being load ed to the extent of about 50,00 bags per day, and about 80,000 bags pe: day are arriving from the farms at thi various country stations. The quantit_ of now season's wheat now stocIfed at country -railway -stations was computed: on Wednesday at 277 080 bags, as against only 32,299 bags on the same day last year. The officers of the department state that there .is an ample number of truck~s to meet 'the demand, owing to the steady pro. gress of building during the "off" season. The bulk of the present wheat supply is coming from the North and North-Eastern districts. Regulations under the Advances to Set tiers' Ordinance of the Nor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

Rtbacing. %TIOTOBri RACING OLUB S AUTUMN MEETING, 1914. ENTRIES For the NEWVMAREET HANDICAP AUSTRALITAN CUP CLOSE At the Offices of the V.R.C., Melbourne; of the A.J.O., Sydney; of the S.A.J.C.,. Adelaide; of. the W.A.T.C.; Perth; of the T.R.C., Hoba-r; or of the T.T.C., Launceston, at 6 p.m. oel TUESDAY, 6th JANUARY, 1914. All Entries to Be Accompanied with Two Soya. NEWMARIKET H ioDIOAP,. A sweepstakes of 25 sors. each, 5 ft., or 2 sove. only if declared to the secretary of the V.R.C., of the A.J.C., ?- the S.A.J.O., of the W.A.T.C., of the T.R.O., or of the T.T.C. respectively, rot later than 4 p.m. on Tuesday, 10th Febru ary, 2914, iith 3000 sove,. added. Second horse to receive 600 and the third 300 sove. out of the stake. For 3-ye.r-olds and upwards. Winner of any handicap flat mace after declaration of weights value 200 sove. and up to, but not in clusive of, 800 sovs., to carry 5 lb. extra; of 300 sovs., and up to, but not inclusive of, 500 sovs., 7 lb. extra; of 500 sovs. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

MiZzalng. Mriendz. JF this should mee'- the eye of Alfred Joseph Ball, write "Josey," 177 Nott-street, Port Mtelbounie. ..LOYD'S Missing Friends, Next- of Kin, SECRET INQUIRY OFFICES, Swanston street, Melbourne. "First Established Offices, Aus tralian States. - T LOYD'S Unclaimed Money, Register of Chan cery Heirs, Legatees, and Persons Adver tised for to claim' money. Search and full par ticulars, 10/6. T LOYD'S Secret Inquiry Offices. -. Missing -R Friends, &c., traced. Secret inve tigations ecndructed by special detectives all :over- the t world. . " LOYD'S Next of -Kin Offices,--Advances made on Legacies, Wills, Reversions, &c., and same promptly and cheaply collected. - T LOYD'S.--Retained by the principal Bankers, .' Merchants, Solicitors, &c. References Judges, Magistrates, Banks, Solicitors, &c. 80 Swanston-street, Melbourne, Shipping. U6O LINE O®F STEAMERS RIEGULAR SERVICES as under: LAUNCESTON. The Steamer LOONGANA leaves every MONDAY, WEDNE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

SVE ANDAH LI ND FO: TE WARM WEATHER After MANY YEARS' EXPERIENCE in BAMBOO BLINDS, we have COME TO THE CONCLUSION that our Customers are QUITE PREPARED to avail htlemselves of the AVERY BEST ARTICLE which can be produced in these goods. Consequently a blind' has been DESIGNED and ,MIADE for us which will AMPLY FULFIL all the -require ·ents of the case. For EFFICIENCY, LONG WEARING QUALITIES and APPEARANCE, our NEW BROAD LATH BAMBOO BLIND has no equal. MOST IMPORTANT OF. ALL, we are ABLE TO SELL this VERY STRIKING. IMPROVEMENT at a VERY SMALL ADVANCE on the inferior goods hitherto on the market. The BLIND iself, the CORD and the FITTINGS are all VERY SUPERIOR, and will be found to possess THREE TIMES THE DURABILITY of the old. BAMBOO BL.INDS are fitted with Superior Cords a nd BRASS PULLEY WHEELS. TRIPED TKN BL bNDN STRIIPD i0Pý@P9 BLINDSD8 are fixed to lath at top and. heatj roller at foot; the other fittings are 1,pair. strong Leather Straps, 1 Double and Single Pulley, 1 Cleat, 4 ...

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