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SARDINES ON TOAST. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

SARDINES ON TOAST. Ingredients.-Three slices of toast; vinegar, one tin sardines, chopped parsley; out the crust off the toast and batter it; skin and fillet the sardines and lay the fillets on the toast; sprinkle with vinegar and chopped parsley; put in a hot oven or under the griller of a gas stove for three minutes.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CHOPS AND VEAL SEASONING. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

CHOPS AND VEAL SEASONING. Take two or three pounds of chops; trim them all one length; spread a layer of veal force meat on each side; then a strip of bacon or ham; pack together as if the loin had not been separated; skewer through, and tie so as to keep together; roast about f hour; draw oat skewers and remove binding. Pour a good gravy or tomato sauce round; garnish with slices of lemon and sprigs of parsley.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

Cookery Students. MISS 8GHAUEB says KING SELF-RAISING FLOUR is excellent, and produces Best Besults in Everything. Housewives will find this Flour Cheaper and Better than their own Mixture. IT MAKES BEAUTIFUL BREAD, SCONES, PASTRY AND CAKES. NO FAILURES. NO TROUBLE. ALL GROCERS. 51b. Bag, 9d.; 21b. Packet, 4d. ^neeiasland. BBISBANS AG SNTP.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

QITEElNrSLAKrD RAILWAYS. RAIL AND STEAMER BETWEEN BRISBANE AND NORTH QUEENSLAND. Brisbane to Townsville in Hours. Smooth-Water Passage-Inside the Great Barrier Reef. THE BARBON RIVJEB GOBOB, VIEW FROM THE CAIBNS-CHILLAGOB BAILWAY LINE. Under an arrangement with the A.U.S.N. Coy., Passengers are booked through to and from Brisbane by Ball and Fast Steamer " Barooo " at the following Fares, viz.: FABES. SINGLE. BETUBN. Between Brisbane and- £ s. d. £ s. d. Maokay .. .. ,. 5 7 6 7 13 9 Bowen .. .. .. 5 15 0 9 11 3 Townsville 5 18 9 9 15 0 Charters Towers . . .. 6 8 9 10 10 0 Hoghenden 7 10 0 12 10 0 Winton 8 0 0 13 0 0 Cairns 6 17 6 10 17 6 The Train and Steamer Services have been re-arranged, and the following Tun* Table is in operation, viz.: JOURNEY NORTHWARDS. Brisbane, depart Gladstone, arrive Gladstone, depart .. Townsville, arrive . . Townsville, depart .. Charters Towers, arri e Hughenden, arrive .. Winton, arrive 10.0 p.m. Fridays 12.30 p.m. Saturdays 1.0 pm. " 5.0 a.m. Monday...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Votes of the Month. (Continued from Page 8.) NEW ISSUE OF TREASURY BILLS. £530,000 at 4 PER CENT. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

Votes of the Month. (Con«imird *rcm Tare 8.) NEW ISSUE OF TREASURY BILLS. £530,000 at 4 PER CENT. THE Treasurer of the State of Queens land (Hon. T. B. Cribb) invites ap applications for the purchase of £680,000 Treasury bills, bearing in terest at 4 per cent, from dates of instalments received till bills are paid on January 1st, 1912. Appli cations must be accompanied by £5 for each £100; the remainder is to be paid in two insta]ments, £45 on May 16, and £50 on June 16 next. Reference to the public balances on December 31 last disclose no pressing need for thus replenishing the money chest, for the balances on that date were as usual high, but it is the prevailing practice among all governments to hold good reserves both in actual gold and in imme diately available assets. Treasury bills are favourite vouchers among bankers and financiers, maturing within a reasonable period and containing the same undoubted security as debentures, and are most con venient useful documents, used in...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

A Warded F*otir Gold Medals and One Rllver Medal. Speciality: Perfect PLATINOTYPE Portraits From 15s. to 42s. Per Dozen. Bridal Portraits FAMILY PORTRITS and GROUPS. & & Babies' In Their Happiest Moments. The Best in Photography. * * Highest Value. and Mt IfCCt (Near the Bridge).

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FISH AND OYSTER PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

FISH AND OYSTER PIE. Ingredients.-Fish, two dozen oysters, £ pint white sauce, parsley, bread crumbs. Mode.-First bake the fish in a moderate oven; then flake and remove bones; make a tbiek white sauo9 and add to it the bearded oysters; season with pepper and salt; put a layer of flaked fish on the bottom of pie dish, then a iayer of oyster sauce and bread crumbs; con tinue this way until the dish is full, having bread crumbs on top. Drop small pieces of butter on top, and put into the oven and bake a nioe brown. Garnish with rows. of finely chopped parsley.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DINNER No. 4. PEA SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

DINNER No. 4. PEA SOUP. Some mutton or beef bonesf a ham bone, or a few scraps of bacon, four or five carrots, three large onions, peppercorns, spice, mace, three Bay leaves, three large peeled potatoes, and two breakfast cupa of split peas. Mode.-Soak the peas in water over night; put all the ingredients into a saucepan, with about four quarts of water; boil slowly from iour to five hours, till quite cooked, then strain through a seive. Serve with small squares of iried bread or toast and dried meat.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Home Notes. Lessons on Cookery. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

Home Notes. Lessons on Cookery. BY MISS SOHAUER. .(Instructress in Cookery at the Brisbane, Toowoomba, and Maryborough Technical Colleges.) 8 I have been asked to supply to JjSS* the Home Columns of QUEENSLAND COUNTRY LIFE a series of articles similar in substanoa to the lectures on cookery -given at the several cookery classes in Queens land, and which will probably be a help to ^hose resident in the country districts, I purpose to give a course of twelve plain dinners, including therein soup, fish, meat, savoury, and also a cake. The recipes are tried constantly in the Gookery School, Bris bane Technical Oollege, and much appreciated. I hope my readers will try them without fear, and be pleased with the result.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

*? USED AS EXERCISER V^ARMS. BGCf % LEI Developer, 20/- Fprlng Grip Dumb belle, youths and ladies, 13/6; gents, nickel, 16/6. The Empress Nickel Table Lamp, 16/6. Handy Things Coy. Tin Openers, 6d. eaeb. Tiny "Jono" Nickel Lamp for table, 6/9. Bracket Lamp (as illustrated), 8/- As a Hanging Lamp, 8/. Miller Hanging Lamps in nickel. 8/-. 13/6, 15-, 25/-, 35/ . In Birh Gold Finish, 35/-. 40/, 50/, 60/ each;, very handsome. 6. G. WILSON & CO., 152 Queen St., Brisbane. f * HOUSEHOLD BEQUI8ITEB ABB A LEADING LINE WITH US. General Ironmongery Full Stocks. Correspondence and Inquiries Invited. Prompt Beplies. Tape Measure. 33ft. from 1/6 66ft. 2/6. Cherry's Chnms. 00 I-Ob batter S 9-181b baiter 0 1-8 " 4 4-83 " 1 1-U " 6 6-(8 " % 2-14 « 6 ft- 88 ,, Household Steps, (read 6/ 7/6 8/ 101 12/6 18/6 24in. Two Boiler Mangle, 65/. Asbestos Stove Mats, prevent food from burning, 3d. eaoh»

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

QUEENSUN EOT SAVINGS BANK. BRANCHES 6F THE ABOVE BANK ARE NOW ©PEN AT Adavale Albioa Alpha Alfora Amby Aramac Augathella A von dale Ayr Banana Barcaldine Beaudesert Beenleigh SLackall Bogantungan Bollon Boonah Bowen Brisbane Bundaberg Burketown Oaboolture Capella Cairns Camooweal 40a rd well Chi Idem Chinchilla Charievilie Charters Towers Clermont Cleveland Clifton Cloneurry Coen Comet Cordalba Cooktown Croydon Crow's Nest Cumberland Cunnamulla Daiby Degilbo Drayton Duaringa % Dunwich Eidsvold Emerald Emu Vale Engelsburg Esk Eulo Fernvale Fortitude Valley Qatton Gayndah Geham Georgetown Geraldton Gin Gin Gladstone Goodna Goondiwindi Gowrie Junction Grandchester Gympie Halifax Harrisville Herberton Helidon Howard Hughenden Ingham Ipswich Irvinebank Isisford Jericho Jondaryan Jupdah Kilkivan Killarney Ky&una Laidley Lake's Creek Landsborough Leyburn Longreach Lowood Mackay Mackinlay Mareeba Marburg Maytown Maryborough Meringandan Mirani Miles Mitchell Morven Mt. Garnet Mt. Mor...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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TREATMENT OF MILKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

TREATMENT OF MILKEBS. Milking CDWS should be carefully driven to the bails, and without rushing them about; give them plenty of time and on no account "dog" milkers. A good milking-cow is ft mass of sensitive nerves; the better milker the GOV is the more sensitive will she b3; If nndne haste and bu3tle is used, the eows will not give the quantity of milk they might under more favorable conditions. Always treat the oows gently and with kindness when bailing them up, and never strike them. It is cer tainly yery trying at times when oows seem more stupid than usual, and it is, parhaps, very hard to resist hitting them; but if you restrain yourself and exercise a little patience it will pay you in the end, and, of course, that is the main thing-to get the most pay you can for your labaur. Wash the adder and teats with warm water and a cloth before attempting to milk. A billy-em of warm water will do two or three people milk ing. Many old farmers laugh scornfully at the idea of washing t...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Military Forces of the Commonwealth. HEADQUARTERS, BRISBANE, April 9th, 1902. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

Military Forces of the . Commonwealth. GEADQUABTBBS, BRISBANE, April 9th, 1902. AUTHORITY has been given for the formation of a Battalion to be raised in QUEENS LAND, to be known as the Seventh Battalion of the " Australian Com monwealth Horse," for Service in South Africa. The Battalion will be raised on a territorial basis in order to associate defined districts; by these means each Squadron will represent a distinct district, and each Troop a distinct locality* Officers and men will thus bring with them to the Squadrons and Troops so formed all the cohesion feeling of comradeship, and local association which are such valuable elements In promoting the highest standard of discipline in the field, and of gallantry before the enemy. An Officer will visit the undermen tioned places at the dates specified.: - OUNNAMULLA, 19 th to 22nd inst. OHARLfeiVILLE, 23rd to 25th inst. BOM A, 25th to 28th inst. DALBY, 29 th inst. STANTHORPE, 18sh to 19th inst WARWICK, 19th to 22nd inst. TOO WOO M...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Brahmas and Brahma Crosses. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

Brahmas and Brahma Crosses. BY ALEX. COMYNS, SYDNEY. Poultry keeping has eome to be regarded -from two widely different, and, to a certain extent, antagonistic points of view. The fancier sets up an ideal standard of perfection, and devotes all his efforts to producing speci mens which attain, or, at all events, approxi mate to that standard. It is utility that the keeper of farm poultry has in view. His stan dard is, or should be, one made up of table qualities, laying powers, and constitutional hardiness. He may attach more or less weight to table qualities or laying powers according to circumstances, but both must always be kept in view. It is with the Brahma« as a useful bird, that we have now to deal. When first introduced, the breed excelled in two, at least, of the points of utility which we have named. Brahmas were exceptionally good layers, both in BLAOK ORPINGTON COOKEBEL. summer and winter, and did not require any speoial local advantages of soil or space to bring oat the...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Field, Orchard & Garden. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

Field, Orchard & Garden. APRIL. BY JAS. MITCHELL, Bowen Park. FLOWER GARDEN.-As Boon as the early sown annuals are strong enough to handle they should be transferred from the boxes or seed beds into larger beds; the Boil should be of a free fibrous nature, not too muoh sand, as it will leave the roots too readily when final planting has to be done. If new flower beds bave to be made, or any other needful alterations, have them done at once; where the ground is workable, I am afraid a good deal of this kind of work will have to be deferred unless the present drought breaks up, as digging is almost out of the question except in large gardens where the general routine of work has to go on for planting the annuals. Do not plant too close together, it not only spoils the appearance of the bed?, but it diminishes the chance of single plants making a strong growth, and finishing its flowers in its own true and natural way. Flowers grown olose together never have a good or tasteful ...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

DENTISTRY, 52 Queen Street, Four Doors from George Street (uver Beale'*). SHE SMILES Why shouldn't Bbe. She has firm even white teeth. They have been well bared for ; that's the secret of the smile. Would you smile sweetly? I oan help you. D ntal discomfort a thing of the past. Dread of operations removed. Nature's original' beauty and power almost restored. Extractions Free from 9 t>U 10 a.m. Gas, 2s 6d. Extractions, 2s. 6d. and Is. Painless. Teeth Painlessly and Permanently Filled where possible. TRAINED NURSE IN ATTENDANCE. HOURS, 9 A M. TO 6 P.M. OPEN SATURDAY AFTERNOON. C. COLLINS, R.S.m.D., Is a Qualified Dentist, which is of great importance here as there is no Dental Act. My methods are not only modern, they are the very latest. No other dentist in all probability employs a system equal to mine i < efficiency and up-to-dateness. Temporary s ts supplied without extra charge. Fees paid for extractions go as part payment for the artificial «*. J Where to get your ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

I To Butter Makers and Exporters and in Dairying. We have the pleasure to remind you that . . « IS STILL The Leading in the Australasian Colonies. We would WARN YOU against the use of LOW PBICED PRESERVATIVES. The Departmental Committee in London appointed to enquire into the use of Food Preservatives has now given its report, which is to the effect that WE MUST NOT USB MORE THAN ONE HALF PER CENT. OF BORIC ACID IN OUR EXPORT BUTTER. We would point out that BORIC ACID by itself and in MIXTURES of many varieties has been used as a preservative with varying degrees of success, but we find that many of the leading firms in the world now regard these haphazard MIXTURES OF THE CRUDE MATERIALS as unsuitable, and now confine themselves exclusively to " PRESERVITAS" as by far the best and most reliable for their purpose. " PRESERVITAS II IS AN EXTREMELY DUY, SOLUBLE, AND PERFECTLY BALANCED PREPARATION, SPECI ALLY MANUFACTURED UNDER DIFFICULT AND EXPENSIVE CONDITIONS. It will be found in reg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

n-,-,- APLDANA WINES ABB HOW DUTY FREE. light Clarets, Chablis, Hock, Muscat, &C; «fcc. Pure 8onna Wines ot Excellent Quality Irom 20/- per Case. AGENTS, BRISBANE. Seed Merchants. Boie Growers, See. NEW SEEDS for 1902, ineladiog *11 the Kovelties in PAH8IB8L DAHLIAS, PHLOXES, Etc. Special Br&ods of Vegetable Seeds from France Germany and America. * ROSES .-10,000 for Ibis season, la. each; over 100 varieties. Good stock of Fruit Trees, true to name. Printed Lists now ready. If yea do net receive one send as your address; ft will pay yon. Address : SUM MERLIN & CO., George St, Brisbane (Opposite Soprame Court).

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IN THE DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

IN THE DAIRY. Milk should be separated as soon as possible after milking, blood heat being the most favourable temperature for skimming; you will obtain better results by separating while warm. Put the separator together, and oil where necessary; strain the milk again into the receiver on the machine. Turn the handle very slowly at first, increasing gradually until full speed has been attained. From three to five minutes should be taken to get up full speed, and the speed should be kept even the whole time. In order to do this properly the revolutions of the handle should be timed by a watcb or clock, and should not be guessed at. For steam-power machines the top speed directed by the maker should be maintained, and the speed indicator kept constantly work ing in order that it may be timed frequently. After getting the speed right the cream should run out propsrly. If it runs with a carl or twist in tha stream it is too thin, and the machine should be allowed to stop and the cream r...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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THE DAIRY. Practical Hints for Dairy Farmers. CONCRETING THE MILKING BAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 April 1902

j THE DAIRY. I Practical Hints for Dairy Farmers BY V. J. DOYLE, CRESSNOCK OBEAMEBY AND BUTTEB FAGTOBY. CONCRETING THE MILKING BAILS. As the floors of the milking premises are now usually concreted, especially in new buildings, it may prove useful to the farmer to know how to make concrete properly. Take five parts of clean water-washed gravel or broken ston9, two parts of clean, coarse, water-washed sand, and one par!; of good cement; th9se proportions can be measured with an old bucket or bos, or any other handy measure. Place together on a clean floor (one made of boards nailed together is the best) as near aspos sible to the place where the concrete is to be laid. Turn the mas3 over dry three times, and then wet it gradually, turning over all the time until the whole is thoroughly mixed and wet, then spread, and prepare other lots in a similar manner until sufficient is made. The top dressing to smooth off the surface is made of three parts clean, coarse sand and one part cement...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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