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

41 T Nickel Reading £ampa, 25/-, 27/6, 82/6. vwTTT* ?viinillniiininiv ^ ''**?'rf'.'<'*y Z % t 'A * 4 / /? / I f t '/, t ' t > t Pf,r,T t, f,^ , '<< f, r, / / r, r. r, r r, ri////, . Bat Traps (Wre), 5/- racb. Breakbaeket 1/. each. Heating Stoves and Orates, all prices. B.G. WILSON & CO Importing Ironmongers, .X QUEEN REET BRISBANE. Table 1 *«! re fiom 3/<> to GO/. Hurricane Lanterns, 2/, 2/6, 3/-, 3/6 4/6, 5/6. Will not blow cut in the wind. . t OR TABLE TENNIS. Sets compute, 8/6, 10/6.12/6, 16/6, to 30/. Hat*, 1/6 to 10/6 eaeh ; Balls, 3d. and 6d. eacb. All Accrssories to the game in Hock. Nets, Standards, Scoring Sheets, Rules, e'c. Cooking Steves and Bftnges, 50/- to £10 10s. Step Ladders, 8/6,10/6, 11/6, 12/-, to 20/-. Household Mincing Machines, 4/6.5/6, 6/6. 7/6,10/6, atd 12/6. WILCOX & GIBBS NEW AUTOMATIC SILENT SEWING MACHINES. Treadle, 18 12s. 6d., £9 15?., £10 15s. Hand MachlfceP, £7 10s.. £7 15s. The Finest...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Care for Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

Care for Rheumatism About a year ago there was published in a London paper a recipe for the cure of rheu matism. Since then some scores of people have written to thank the editor for it, many of them informing him that that simple pre scription cured them after having been unsuc cessfully treated by three or four physicians. Others, who have heard of the cure, have asked us to reprint the prescription. Everyone eithers suffers from rheumatism or knows some one who does, and we recommend our readers to paste this recipe on cardboard, and take great care of it. Lord Anson, feeling that it was a shame that such a recipe should be so little known, paid .£300 to a medical man for the privilege of making it known to the public. Here are the ingredients :-Sulphur, 1 oz.; cream of tartar, 1 oz'.; rhubarb, ^ oz.; gum guiadum, 1 drachm ; honey, 16 ozs. A tablespoonful of this is taken night and morn ing in a tumblerful of white wine-hock, for instance-and hot water.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Pots and Potting. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

Pots and Potting. If new pots are to be used, be sure and soak them for several hours first, for unless the pottery has been well moistened it will suck out all the moisture from the soil. Old pots are as good and even better than new, but they should be well washed inside and out before nsing apain. Warm soapsuds with a tablespoonful of washing soda dissolved in it will wash the most soiled pot as olean as a new one. Fresh soil is the best for plants, and that which is obtained from under the stiff, wiry, sharp-looking grass is very fine for use. Sueh tufts, when well rotted, make the best oomposts to mix with garden loam, leaf mould, &o. A little sand is needed for nearly all plants, as it keeps the soil light and lets the roots extend freely. Leaf-mould should be prepared by every gardener by gathering the autumn leaves and piling them in a heap to deoay. It is well to throw a little soil over them to prevent them from blowing away. In eighteen months they are ready for u...

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

DR DAVIS writes. 'Mr. Ernest Barton ha* turned out some excellent Dental Work for my patients and myself, and 1 can, with every confidence, recommend him as a first-class Operative and Mechanical Den tist." A. J. DAY1S, LATE^OC VERNMENT MEDICAL OFFICER, QUEENSLAND, BANDOW MEDALLIST. ADDKEEB : EHNEST BURTON, Dentist, "TSfSEdward St., Brisbane, OPPOSITE FINNEY, ISLES & Co.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pastoral and Agricultural Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

Pastoral and Agricultural Showftv We shall be obliged it Secretaries of AgrifliBw*1 taral Shows wilt advise us of any altera* tions in their dates, In order thai we may have oar list; up-to-date in this respect m * 0 Boonah Show, Jane 19 and 20,1902. Maryborough A. and P. Society, Jnly 16,17, and 18,1902. Itockyer A. & I, Society, Gatton, July 90, 81, 1902. s Port Doagla3 P. A. H. k M. Association, Angost 6, 7,1902. National A. and I. Association of Queensland, . Angu«t 12 to 15,1902. Cairn i A. k P. Society, Cairns, Ssptember 11, 12 1902. Gympie A.M. and P. Society, Boghnnbtr 17r .nils.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cause and Prevention of Sour Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

Cause and Prevention of Sour Milk. But if one asked the question as to the cause of this it is strange that nine people out of ten could not give a correct answer. Most people would say that temperature caused milk to turn sour, but he would show that temperature was not the direct cause of milk turning sour, although it might have an in direct effect. This could very well be illlus trated by taking two vessels, one thoroughly clean and the other imperfectly so, putting in them milk from the same cow, and they would find that the milk in the unclean vessel turned' sour much quicker than the other. The sour ing of milk was really due to something-an organism-which got into it after it left the cow. These germs were plants and not animals, and on getting into the milk multi plied very quickly indeed, for in it they had probably the most suitable food that could be found. Their multiplication, however, was regulated by the temperature. The nearer the milk approached the temperature whi...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Clean and Foul Milk Cans. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

Glean and Foul Milk Cans. On this subject a correspondent writes that -complaints are constantly heard, and with good cause, about the carelessless in cleaning milk -cans. Recently he had the opportunity to visit a farm and a dairy from which is sent 65 gallons of whole milk daily to the city. He examined the inside of the cans as they had been returned by rail, and found from the foul smell that every can was full of small particles of old, sour3 and more or less de composed milk; the whole inside was, so to speak " varnished 'v with a thin coat of milk, which has been thoroughly dried into the can, especially into all seams. The cans all being comparatively new and in good condition, tnere was no bad bruised places for the accumulation of filth and bacteria, which kind of cans are too commpnly continued in use by some just as long as they will hold the milk without leaking too much, as slight leaks may be kept cluseu up oy some accutuu lated old "milk varnish." But here, he says, ...

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

COLLINS' MODERN DENTISTRY, 52 Queen Street, Four Doors £rom George street (over Beale's). SHE SMILES Why shouldn't she. She has firm even white teetb. They have been well cared for; that's the secret of tbo smile. Would you smile sweetly ? I oan help ycu Dental discomfort a thing of the past. Dread tf operations removed. Nature's original beauty ard power almost restored. Extractions Free from 9 till 10 a.m. Gas, Sc. 6d. Extractions, 2s 6d. and Is. Painless. Teeth Painlessly and Permanently Filled where possible. C. COLLINS, R.S.m.D., Is a Qualified Dentistr which is of great importance here as there is no Dental Act, My methods are not only modern, they are the very latest. jfc&No other dentist in all pro! ability employs a system equal to mine in (fficieccy and up-to-dateness. Temporary sets supplied without extra charge. Fees paid for extractions go as part pajment for the artificial fet. Where to get your teeth with as little pain, as much skill, for bb little money as a...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RECIPIES. AUNT POLLYS MINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

RECIPIES. AUNT POLLYS MINCE. Cut a thick slice off a loaf a day old, break it into a basin, and cover with boiling milk; allow it to soak for half an hour, then beat it smoothly with a fork. Mince half a pound of tender steak with an ounce and a half of suet; add this to the bread, also a well-beaten arid strained egg, a teaspoonful of minced pars ley, and a pinch of salt. When thoroughly . mixed, turn into a buttered dish and bake for three-quarters of an hour, and serve with mashed potatoes. . ,

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Produce Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

Produce Markets. The condition of the State, owing to the -drought, is rapidly beooming worse and un fortunately oar predictions of increasing prices in fodder still holds good, and we have scaroely any hope of an alteration till spring oomes in. -One saving is being effected in cattle food in the utilisation of stunted cane from the sagar ^districts, which, unfortunately for the growers, is an advantage to stock owners, as a chance of obtaining a cheap and nutricious food for their cattle. As the orushing season opens ^hia month, the utmost advantage should be 4akeo of the chance of obtaining cane tops, which, out upland mixed with molasses is an excellent food. The second wheat sale of the N.Z. Loan & Agency Co. on May 80th, was a decided success, 12,000 bags being offered and all sold, except 8 lots being drawn from sale. The prices ranged at 4/5}, 4/6, and 4/6}, the buyers being chiefly Brisbane merchants, Kennedy Bwim Allora and Messrs. O'Brien and Munro, Toowoomba, bei...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MARROW DUMPLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

MARROW DUMPLINGS. Grate two rolls to . crumbs, soak in Foiling milk beat smooth with a fork. Cream two ounces of marrow and half an ounce of butter, add to the soaked bread-crumbs, moisten with a well-beaten egg, and season with a teaspoon ful of very finely-chopped onion (if the flavour is liked), a teaspoonful of minced parsley, salt, and grated nutmeg to taste. Form into dump lings, drop these into boiling broth, and sim mer for twenty minutes or half an hour.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURE In Country Lane. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

In Country Lane. -O Belmont lane, white-starred with bloom, Where wild things nestle, shy and sweet, "Where ail your waving grasses langh And part before my eager feet doold I for over dwell with yon, Letting the mad old world rash by, And jast be glad to wind and son, Of rooking nest and brooding sky t How often, in the crowded streets, I dream of yoa sweet country lane, And feel once more your soft breeze soothe My sordid breast and weary brain. Ever above the city's din, Above the clink of yellow gold, I hear a Bell bird's ringing call, I oatoh the scent of leaf-strewn mold. Your grasses bed beneath my feet, Your wattle drop3 her scented rain, I am a boy again, and dream That Heaven bides here, 0 flower-starred lane!

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FISH PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

FISH PUDDING Fish pudding is another good dish for chil dren. It may be made with equal quantities ol fish and bread-crumbs, or fish and mashed po tatoes^ with a lump of butter and one or two well-beaten eggs added, and, if bread-crumbs are used, a few spoonfuls of broth. Season with pepper, salt, aftd nutmeg, or anchovy sauce. Steam , in a greased pudding-basin for an hour. Serve with white sauce, to which the yolk of an egg and flavouring of lemon juice has been*added.

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

& KEEP ON HAND Every Description of Gunmetai, ENGINE and Boiler Mounts,** Valves, &c. Lock-up Safety Yalves as approved and used by all Australian* States Governments. Large Stocks of Latest Designs in ENAMEL and EARTHfi N WARE SANITARY FITTINGS, BATHti, &O. It will pay you to write us re WINDMILLS and ALL PUMPING PLANTS. 161 and 163 Elizabeth Street, Brisbanie ABDUL KAUS. Imperial Kapoc and Down Quilt Factory. HALF THE PBICE, DOUBLE THE WAEMTH, OF TWO PAIB OF BLANKETS. KAPOC FACTORY, IPSWICH. ESTABLISHED 1869. THE eizeB of oar KAI 00 QUILTS I un from 7ft. lcng and 6ft. *ide. Satin one side and one side Sateen, well made, £1 10B. ; SATEEN, fijrst quality, 7ft. z 6ft., £1 2B. 6d.; SATEEN, second quality, same Bize, £1; SATEEN, third quality, 17B. 6d.; 1UBKEY CBINTZ, first quality, £1, 7ft. X 6ft.; TUBEEY CHINTZ, second quality, 18B. 6d.; TUBEEY CBINTZ, third quaUty, 17s. 6d., all same cize. 1BBEE-CUABTER and SINGLE QUILTS, SATEEN, from 12B. 6d. to 17B. 6d.; TU...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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TINY MEAT PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

TINY MEAT PUDDING Chop some cold meat finely; add salt, chopped onion, and some good gravy. Butter some cups, line with crumbs, Jialf-fill with the meat, and cover with mashed, potatoes. Bake for twenty minutes and serve with good gravy.

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

Answers to Correspondents. CYANIDER (Gympie).-The best-known anti dote for cyanide poisioning is peroxide of hydrogen. It should be administered hypodermically, at intervals of two and a half minutes, until the patient gives signs of returning consciousness. It is necessary that the antidote be administered at once; a delay of even two minutes might prove fatal, hence the peroxide and hypodermic syringe should be immediately accessible. J. J. (Townsville).-Fixing pearl to glass in glass-gilding. First gild the outline, and when quite finished fill the spaces between the lines with very clear varnish. When this becomes tacky, put a little jaze on the end of the finger, pick up some of the flakes of pearl, and put them on different parts of the letter. Fill in with smaller flakes, and lastly press on some pearl powder to cover the space completely. Apply the varnish with a soft hair fitch, and to fix the pearl at the back, when the work is quite dry, press a layer of tinfoil well into...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Round the Shops. B. G. WILSON AND CO. IMPORTING IRONMONGERS, QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

Round the Shops B. G. WILSON AND CO , IMPORTING IRONMONGER-1, QUEEN {STREET, BRISBANE. This leading house 111 the ironmongery trade is displaying an extensive range of Lamp ware, Burners, Wicks, Chimneys, etc, which goods are in general requirement for winter months. In, addition to the ! general high-class stock [ of lighting requirements, I special note may be ! made of the heating I apparatus just landed. The Miller Oil Heater | is priced at 40s. each. ? It stands about 2 feet I high, ornamental, neatly finished, and exception ally suitable for the pur pose of heating a good sized room, as also are fire-grates, from the large register grates to the small open grates for coke, coal, or wood. Primus Stoves, 15s each, and accessories are in excellent variety. The Garae^ Junior Kerosene Stove is a new importation, priced 5s. The Standard Kerosene Wickless Cooking Stove is a splendid arrangement for the country home Size overall-23 x 19 x~ 24m. Price - 45s.; larger sizes 55s. and 90s,...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
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Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MESSRS. JOHN HICKS, LTD., GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

MESSRS. JOHN HICKS, LTD., GEORGE STREET, BRISBANE. In addition to the large* and varied stock of furnishings, etc., held by this firm, a visit ta their china and glajsware department revealed the fact that in these lines this firm hold a stock which for assortment and quality is second ta none in this State. At the time of our visit we were simply bewildered witfy the different lines^ opened up to our view. Here are represented all the chief potteries of the world, including articles from Doulton, Grimwade and other standard makers, Dresden and other beautiful foreign china are also well represented. Special attention is .drawn to our readers of the new Nautilus shell-shape toilet-ware, which for style aDd artistic finish is a revelation of the Potter's Art. -This toilet-ware is specially, manufactured for John Hicks Ltd., who are consequently the sole agents. The prices of these sets range from 18s. 6d. to as high as £10 ios. In addition this firm also hold a large stock of earthen...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ALLAN & STARK. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

ALLAN & STARK. Allan and Stark are clearing some excellent lines in the various departments. The wadded -quilts in the Manchester are selling rapidly, at the prices they could not do otherwise, which are <s. nd. and 6s. nd. Crewdsons calico,.one of the best makes in the market, 4s. nd. per doz. Lace curtains, 3 J yards long, at 2$. 1 id., and 3 yards long, at is. 1 id. These are excel lent value, and worth double the price. Blankets, extra heavy, at 10s. 6d., 13s 6d., 15s. 6d., 17s. 6d. to 50s. -" - The Sftowroom is -quite gay with the display of flowers and foliage. As they form the principal trimming for evening gowns, they are being bought up largely. The lot are being cleared at 6d., 9d. and is. per -spray, and comprise the choicest goods of the season, fresh and new, the shades most exquisite. The foliage is in rich Autumn tints, combined with berries Bunches and wreaths of most beautiful roses, Forget me-nots, Azeleas, etc. In the Mantle department the show ...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Spring Calls to Lawyer Thursby. [Newspaper Article] — Queensland Country Life — 1 June 1902

The Spring Calls to Lawyer Tharsby JAPHET THURSBY-called by his neigh bours "Necessity Thursby,' because he " knew no law "-put on his greenish-grey overcoat, slowly donned his worn felt hat, and drew down his long upper lip before he let himself out into Watchbell Street, through the shabby, weather-beaten door of his slit of a two-storied house. As he passed across Church Square and by Market Place and High Street to the foot of Rye Hill, his lean face grew harder, his drawn lip longer. He looked at no one in the street, and spoke to none, lift ing his hat mechanically, or touching it, as etiquette and social grade required of him. His increasing poverty (for which none but himself was responsible, though he looked upon himself as distinctly cursed by fate) made him resent general intercourse, and his small nature and hard reserve constituted him a butt for merciless comments. Some of these had reached his ears and sunk deep into his soul, but he fought them with his pride and his...

Publication Title: Queensland Country Life
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
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