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IF. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
IF. "A week or so ago England asked even begged-for skilled Australian workmen to help in the shipyards and factories that are working at top speed for the Allies. Free passages were oif fered to competent men, and, if Aus. tralia had protected herself adequately yearp ago, there would by now have been -a small army of first-class artisans on the water.'"-"Bulletin."
NEWS! [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
NEW8 I SHis Islamic Majesty Wilhelm II. has made his state entry into the conquered Froneh capital. In celebration of the victory over Paris, his Majesty made a m.'" speech from the throne in the former French. Chamber of Deputies. After its conclusion he-offered the Imperial hand to be kissed by the French ox-Deputies, who were deeply touched by this mag nanimity. "-Ottoman Bureau of Inform atibn.
CREAM BARLEY SOUP. GOOD SOUP FOR INVALIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
ORBIAM BARLEIY SOUP. GOOD SOUP FOR INVALIDS. Half a pound of pearl barley, one quart of chicken, rabbit, or lamb's head stock, and one quarter of a pint of cream. Wash the barley thoroughly. Throw it into water .and let it boil quickly for ten minutes. Drain it. Pour cold water through it to separate the barley. Put the stock in a saucepan. Add the barley to it. Simmer for four hours, or until the barley is tender. Set aside a little of the barley to add whole to the stock. Put the rest through a sieve. Add it to the -stock with the whole barley. Season. Scald one quar ter of a pound of cream. Add it to the soup. If preferred, the barley may be cooked separately in water.
MACARONI CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
1MAARONI CHEESE. Out some boiled macaroni into inch lengths, put into a buttered dish a layer of rich white sauce, to which add some grated Parmesan or other good cheese. On this place the macaroni, and cover with more sauce-not too' thickly. Cover this with browned breadcrumbs and grated cheese, and sprinkle over the top a little melted butter. Heat by plac ing the dish in a deep baking tin, in which there is a little water, and cook in a quick oven till quite hot. A quar ter of a pound of macaroni, the same quantity of cheese, and about throo fourths of a pint of sauce will be enough for a dish. Push under the I grill to brown the top, and serve.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
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ALWAYS LEARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
ALWAYS LEA.NING. . The sergeant-major of the . latb' talion of the -- regiment was; i' roi-r and, going into a well-known ibarjMh called for. "a glass of speelhl?~irhishy.y Watering the spirits to his Tancy, 'hb ~a just about to :pit the glass to his lps when a young' man standing besido hini said- "Bog yStur pardon, major. 'I slp pose you cnn't, drink the water in thi glass and leave.the spirits?" The soldier's lip curled as he replied- - "Certainly not; nor could anybo4', else. The thing's absurd." "Oh, no, it isn't," said.the. youn man. "Yon can learn somethi Cork." " 'Nonsenhse!' was, the reply. .''Iti can't be done." "I'll bet you a penny I can 'do it". said the young Corkonian, emphatically? "I take your bet," said the soldier , The young man took up the glass'oi "special," looked critically into it, a~nd then drank it off. Looking with ajp' parent amazement at the empty glass, he exclaimed-': l3y Jove, major, I 'eo lost! " And he -handed over a penny?'. The sergeant-major loo...
AN UNFINISHED SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and Queanbeyan Observer — 1 June 1915
AN UNFINISHED SENTENCE.' It is a risky thing to joke about the". Kaiser. Indeed, one may be. in dangq?' for saying nothing. Abou!t twenty years ago a German who had been in America was in a cafe discussing with some com panions on the comparative merits of the German and American constitutions. He became eloquent on the superiority of the American Government, and went on to say, "As for the Kaiser-." Then sud,' denly realising the dangtr that besdt the: word, he stopped short. But heo had al ready said too much. IIe had been over heard by someone who denounced him to: the police. They arrested him, and:-'ho was.ultimately sentonced to three months'' imprisonment. It was assumed that .i he had finished the sentence' it would'' have contained an insult to His Majesty. A more absurd case still was that of an upholsterer in Danzig who was asked at a restaurant to estimate the value of. a. plaster' bust of the Empress,; and -who' said it was worth only a shilling. Eor this he was tried. ...