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HELD UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

IIELD IUP. Shie threw around miy sol t charn, I threw iround her Wait1 lily ltlIy , Andi we i.tlrolled along itn the rttlintg ,hade Of I quliett lthl, where I ki:sed the imaid Something stranuce-it jay, a thrill, Callme over Ile-- llly haot I stotod etll; The red blood rishedl-all seeried l whirl, Andl a w"iolerful eltn?g. em?ie o'er Iny girl, )id hier browit eyes Ithk, inl it csrv of wraItl Eclho along tlhalt halny lath b Niay, nay: but clinging fast Its iviu.e climb, Shte hell her head uti every tile. A l,hilosalher says: "MinAl w, l.er, iIn rule i, this. wrld." II is b-litshid that ti.n lphilwv y hnst ,It Uilti il'4sitsd,

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BOY'S ESSAY ON THE BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

A BOY'S ESSAY ON TlHE BOY. A teacher in one of vuninterme-liate school, one day last week hada lesson in languag, giving for the subject tie sridil "Boy," thl c-holars to write out that they could abou, the subject, ane this owithout a- intanice, all without any lime fio pIreparation. tollhw ing are twao slccimins of the :olnposil ion, written by two r-t:il )boys, one line and one ten years of age :-" A bloy is a iped animal, one to three feet high. Some bhysarc wise, intelligent. dull, bail, good, kitl, gentle, croas, inkitnl, stuild, &e. Some boys are very kind to their briother. and siscrs. Some boys grow iiu to be great ill, -lll even mayors, ll[somlle Oiwiln gireat mills and .hops. IlBys who study when they are simall become tile greatet imeti. Some boys who do not rtudy when they ale young,' grow uteli, lare Joor, awl have to go with a pickaxe andi shovel, shllovelling out tie gutters dl clstr'eets. Solle boys learn how to swilm, nlld ?ollsme ?are lives. Sdone boys ste...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ADVENTURE WITH A FOLDING BED. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

• AN ADVI)VN'I'II I,' ITII A FOLD ING II':D. .VEIl\'IIODY has known of course that it would come sometime. Luck wit ::ltry a man through a ;teat many light places, but if a man persists in getting into Il he same tight place time after time luck will eventually get tired and desert him. Tile Ian who puts his head in the lhon's mouth professionally every day linally leaves it there and goes oil his uncertain way witthout any head : lhe is not sa pretty according to tihe generally rece;ived standards of beauty, bIut he knows more about lions. And since Ieple would ert l I sleeping nighti after night in fohling beds it was Iwrfectly plain thalat sooalner or Iter soomelmdy wa;Ls going to Iot (11ghl, and realize the fecliaags of Jonah during the threte days which, to quotea from the uedlet young minister, lie " moseed inl the whale's--er-society." Josiah Iaker, Jr., it appears fErom tile dispatches, is one of tile wealtlhiest youang stockmen of centralt Missouri. Instead of sleeping outd...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCATTERING SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

SCATTERINTI SlANIE,.It. Iri i. ?muc , rnier to itw.ry .- o.-il report than to sltop it. Eveid after a tumur. has been proved fal.e tilt liri it has tlone can nlot always be aIntti. Ikbtfoie lUepclitig a lit of o-.-ip it woul1dhe well to ask our selves. Iitre quetit. s First, Is it triell ' Secult, "I? it kilt" TJhird, "Is it uItcecssary!"' This prodice would lie mure to Natve utts itany bitter nfmtotries amli regrets. St. I'hilipi Neri was .e visited bt y at lay whon accu t ei hlerself oll landlel.: lie Iote her go the tra ket, It a; chickenu jut killed awul dtill coveted with :i',ither-, all-l walk :t certain dtlistance, ilietinig the bird as t.e went. Thle womann dit as-he was dirhected, atll returled antiu?sl t I.lI0 the meaninglii of the i ijtuetioti. "Reitrace ourt el tt said Philip, "and gathl r lloe btity one all ttl fetlIt? yitou have clltetled." " I citt the feathers eare.-ly l ai'ly," said the wonIt, "andil thel wind tarried Iltt in :l dileclolns." " \'e!, my child." rei i...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Notices. FOUND. BRINDLE GREYHOUND PUP. Owner can have same by paying expenses. Apply R.. G. NEýLE . Mount Killiney, Sheoak, Broadford. SBOARD AND RESIDENCE. A CCOMODATION for one or two GENTLEMEN BOARDERS. Every convenience. Moderate terms. MRS. GEO. FOSTER, High.street, Broadford. WANTED TO LET. ABOUT 60 acres land more or less. situate on the Dry Creek. The land is securely fenced with a six.wire fence and has a creek houndary on one side. P'enty of good grass. Apply MILS. BERG, Bellevue Villa, Broadford. TO ,LET. , BY TENDER FOR THREE YEARS. DAIRY FARM. ",ERNDALE." KING PARROT CREEK, VIA BROADFORD. Comprising 3So acres or thereabouts,' Parish of Windham, County of Anglesey, having one mile frontage to the King Parrot Creek, within fire miles of the Kerrisdale railray station, and two miles from a creamery. There is on the farm a seven-roomed house with kitchen and hathroom,and all necessary outbuildings. Water is also laid on. About three acres of crop to be taken by the lessee a...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Local and General News. LAND SALE.-In our advertising columns will be found full particulars of the sale of Broadford township allotmentiwhich is to be held at Seymour on the 29,h inst. GOUL.URn VALLEY ExSkF.ss. - The Gouaburn Valley Express train,, which passes through Ilrotdford abot o040o a.m. now stops at Broadford to accmodate passengers. CosvAv.scENT.-The friends of ?Mr Gibbie, who has been prostrated with an attack of inflammation of the lungs for some weeks, will be pleased to learn that he is now progressing favorably, and is able to get about. CostrL.astrENTAYn.-We havebeen favored with a complimentary ticket fol the Kilmore Show which takes place on Tlursday next, and for which entries must be ade not later than to-morrow. aMr. Chas.J.born is the Secretary. Cou?cit.-The Broadford ire Council will hold its ordinary month meeting on Monday next when it is hoper the arrange. ments in connection with the oposed night soil depot, and the pound, 1 hbe finally settled. ] BuTTrs....

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEN THE EARTH CEASES TO EVOLVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

WHEN Ti] EARTHI CEIASES TO lEVOLVE. A I I it.It.At sVih ivS interestiga.t ronomlerr relate,, to the l rth as a timekeeper. \\e measure tililctrler by dividing the period during whlietheearth revolves round the run or that itwhieih it turns on its own axis. ?By the liret Ltethod we measure a year, by the second oay. The ea th, according to some a-tron(ocrs, is losing time. Tlhough too caiuse.?h?o Slun's attrlctiot and tihe friction, eot.sfpeak, of the tides-the earth, it is said, re',Ives (morle slowly on its axis year by yeat The question which there art- nomter re discl. silg is whether in the end the calt'will stop its revolution upon its axis ad nd resent always the same face to tI ihe sun. Wel that event occurs there will be Ierpetuilliy o oeone side of the earth and pcrpetit night otn lth other. But I there thert i no occasion for immediate alarm. Thleate that the ?arth is uupliosed to los.t titdi ly shortens the year by half-a seco ul in 'd' ztury. There are more than thirty-o...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A LIFE INSURANCE SPECULATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

A , LIFE INSURANUF SI' ECUI A'I'ION. /l\AJOR liENNIS'S otlice is acnross tit Ilh hall froml mine, ;ml has been tlherl for ayear. lie Ihas been in ilt illlost ever day, but I have seldomt said "(aonl ornintiog'. to him, and still imolre-.seldoml "' oold lnoo." Lh'ttnow lie is irresistibly attracteive. One clay the inujor ca-ie intlo ly otice ulol spoke is follows : " I have a life anil aeciident itisorince policy that has cost loe nluiy dollars. I abhlior a toht! lows, or I shoulll lhave torln tlhe ptslicy to pieces. E?xamine it, and tell mte whant you will hive leo for it." After some ilickering, with a little un avoidnbile lickering, I Ibought tlihe policy for eighlt. idollars, lie aigreeinig to have lily lnae ili0ehd in the liieo of his lite wife's. 'Thuis I took her Ilacec, if lot in its his anllectionl, at tleast iih isinsitaice poliley, anld that was iilth miore to lise iiin cas. If lie dies I gel 1ll,llI)l diollar nr if lie is sick fromi accileit I get sit ilollsii a week-two ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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Life in the Bush. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Life in the h (EY \VANDERER. MATTERS politeially. as well as 'a.tdily, a the Iush are quiet, hut we soun CepeOt a "' make thing hIum." The crops are luok4 healthy; the grass green, and plenty oI i. the sheep's backs well dIsled with our res Australian tle'ce, nod, so far as uloe j judge, cill that is wanted to recoup ou1r t present low exheq:ler is a fir mct rket e?w fair Iuylers. The lirtiners, I find, area qur lot of t;l.,ws. Thew argue that a b-eutea harvest does not always pay t -em Ieast. TI'¢l say, when I ask for " thll rensl, that a within them," " iOh it is sunply this,--if 6 have hi, crps we get p.r pricees, but if i have l,.r er.1ps we get big prices." -" idl.we," I chip in, "'that il yoIu hae tledi crops you obtaiu medilum prices," and , nswer ias in the affirmative. Tla n I p out tLe aksurdity and spltrent sellhiahne.-, the argument. haowing thet when mocle i6 plant.fitl leeulatort s lopen out.lnhor is ,'Ia. ted, end poor and ri h alike are partakersa i the reult. But th...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Butter Bonuses. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Bulltter Bonutest. As LowN as the Aricultural dr-part ment continues the bonus system on exported butter, the vigilance of the department ofmicials entrusted with the grading of the butter received at the Newport refrigera?iing chambers for export is a guarantee that none but first class butter will be passed. In making arrangementsl for the shipment of this season's butter the department estimated that about 3000 tons would be despatched, but the spring grass has proved so unnoually prolific that it is believed the total shlipments will he nearer 4000 tons. The officers of the department anticipate that at least 300 tonls will be sent away an Saturday, and if the cargoes continue to be ap proximately as large the higher limit will mnt certainily be reached. Even at the Ied:ce'd bonus of lid. per Ib.on all butt r sold a, 1s. per Ib. and up wards, the ciuntiri stands commitled to the iaymeniit (of a large sum of monley. Four'thoesand te?ns ,of butter contains89JG,00,0 Ib, and at 1t?d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

THE B?ROADIFORD COURIER CICULATES IN mtndav Creck Sngarloat Creek Flowerdale Tallarook King Parrot Creek Spring Valley WVandong Kilmore East Wallan Wallan Pyalong Glenaroun Puckapunyal Seymour Kilmore Traawool Yea Ileathcote Iancefield And Other Districts. EVERY DESCRIPTION Paiain & Ornalmenti Printing EXECUTED on the SHORTEST NOTI . AT MODERATE PRICES,. IN THE NEATEST AND BEST STYLE AND NEWEST DESIGNS. Circulars, in Plain or Script Type Prospectuses ,alance-sheets Mining Scrip Call Notices Dividerd Warrants, Receipt and Delivery Books Ladies and Gent.'s Visiting Cards Ball Programmes Concert Programmes and Tickets Business and Hotel Cards IJillheads Memo. Forms Posters Handbills Account Books Ledgers Day Books &c., &c., &c., at The Courier Ofice, HAMILTON STREET, BROADFORD. AN INTERESTING LETTER 1o00s A WILL-ElOOWx SPECIALIST. R. LLEWELLYB, who is duly Qualified tnd SRegistered, is a,..e that by departing rmm the amul routine practice and denoting hi...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Duel to the Death. A Famous Fight Between the Alabama and K[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

A Duel to the Det, 1 A Fsor.s Fi:t D% 3.:T'e(n '1 1 3Is -" Ed bn 0 in t (e :: . i e., i, l .a .c: and c : -.,- v:rit , - t t .. l .. ':, r:!" :t c - -h e , '- fi?-a [i!. ,v a n '-t i'te :"an(cn t! u tvw u e ;'it usi ti:? :a i...:,lt (:f e r!ou:r g will co e do n i- . ia .'.t , r:::: ' a' Li.rei -tc .te of 1 a: . It waa L:i-g'i,.r~ ane k. r 3 isv .:, r i- i cara "l'c'ctio - rarn ccii *to;ue rc- cibeel e t oh, .:toi t c .ich ' ._r'o hy the cedeorae c nteln trtl e'd a. tei : r : h?is hmu:: wahivc vo e n:.,, il ou the Such, too, 2 ' lre : .': r?rr'- t ' C-T:i' SemrAFe. l: l olinhc oe" : i..::. tr :' n~ " -c.: n.t: 0o . Thv .A'e crma r'.:c ? t:lc O:'. I l3o : thr! e .v : a : n !:-:,1 T:e. tcr"s hdbn e'-'t to 7' I rit, r" trer.ci he retc s tcir en- r -',b; a;'ci $ ii o :r, to n-nt Irrou Ga t r :he O i i- in K0 to me eGnVral ytart f in " co:rew lio. bcu' . the Souter alind - thao i c-a , "th: the Federal ctaine had orbt a itr eink theo E - btm% whvre er thy foaund heI . Suic, too, was the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dried-Fruit Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

? l cd tfirnlt F:tdstry. p r bly no f" r :i?-?ctry eap?tle more d ' ..try to :h r?:t'or then that of fruit, tp r -.ic : : o y ol:.t ul : ":n c f uite and. outli ,e *f s c.: ..- t. ., to c! s:a y r .:.ivee to little nttor:--ic f0rmn the l':cc r..j'crity of farmers. A f:"o- t:trla ac:rn:i ccicc?e fruit on tho £:r;n,- ?! i..:e: Ic:, r.ia en abuodanee of Sreniu ru: . i thtir reason, b' -' ihs acldittiug of thedr :: r.! . aliu of 2the p'esecriug of all t'r-t :ure at;r d fori tai wir:or and spring nse. T 1 d' rying o.f ( o ftrc, lioe that of o3nning or p'.;i::rn:7ttu, r"quir n c1re in preparing itL foli- '-d Cc. :cul :ttantio.n whiie being cried. In tcli: ii.:tiol the overripe, fully ripe and L- rely riops tou?id b Lco tc 4Earcte, dried cep:rs ct and pas: i d cep :r.ctlcy r futuro e. O::-ripo fiata wvLOu r:y :ave a d c?,=ker e'Ior, end, as a r:l:, ;7 r e rtcc sed to be poor Ie: ?. Ifruit: I.:.:-!y rip. l:oen dri , are Oe a d Lc y c =',riml?,! ,:.. ra to Lb tho? bent, cgs they c:: a bt:e" ...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
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To Make a Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

One r !' lr chii f.?:T c! tin. .cis a fieire - live foI ::' i . I-fi:iy co :?iort is EFcri i .:. tý ,'": t,.y. u:o.:n are citelnt to .:, ' 1.:' r i?.n.c,, but i r;r an! octsid?e a:r, i.t the fosill to -ua:: they oenri ::.Cilseci d rc: n. nr.a?:sh' envy-cin-.g :a in' on 'he ;;tiro t- : i uch-. What : e flr:y f !i. doei: riA cro t; of edl-rea :,:. -- ra is no I:-<:b; of the sentimenea c .i h -'ic" i ' lirst one. Thie whole ctran?th of tohe msans??int cose to makoe a -bor-to h£ve h .i a cC.siar-.l display-ana the ??ct by which it is b:ou i about troubles t!he coscir-nc of th? lod an I? as the dis. confort to her f£o'iiy dietrbs her feelings. lier iriends do such nfd auc things in such and such a rtyle, so muast she She puts her s lf-re.nect is emulhtion-lnt in sincerity, certai'ny not in thoroughnvs -and holds I herself wor;hy of her positoneractly in pro portion to the e.tent to whic! she spreads its pretee 'gdincrc esitms unnrniuntilcrotten woe'. If the ?;we din'nrs pe goe...

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CHAPTER XXI THE MISER'S CURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

CHAPTERI XXI TIE" MsISEr.' Curse. Women and wine are generally understood to be the ruin of men who go wrong on life's highway, but whilst there is a good deal of truth' in tile statement, it is quito beyond doubt that gold is responsible for more human wrecks thss the other two causes combined. bloney is a two-cdged weapon. It will cut both ways. It is lotent for g;ood or ill. For, while it can be m:lde the mueans of in calhchlale goodl-of nsceiing. the waifs :id trayse of the wor-ld-it rin alei be used to drag down thl cIest of hmiI ni:oity. Thure is proi,:lbly v., ears:' soi terrible as to be a uniscr. Thei 1uelaing thirst forgoldsaps p thle' mnihlt springs Cof life., and the alfee tions that shiould e ii I:ivisld on his kill are 1cstowled by tlhe 1 mis-er on his money-hags. lie li.es for nothing elso but hoearig geld, and hie is :ae un'less tx:r-scenre on the Ilu:tan race. Ialeked with f:ear:i awl focrelxldings of lo?s, le never knows what cote-Xnt or lappi ness is, and his life...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Memoriam. BAKER.-In loving remembrance of our dear son, Henry Baker, who died at Junee Hospital, New South Wales, after a short but painful illness, 16th November, 1891. Aged 33 years. Dangers stand thick through all the ground, To push us to the tomb ; And fierce diseases wait around To hurry mortals home. —Inserted by his loving parents, Henry   and Martha Baker.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

In speaking of wedding rings we learn that these important symbols have not always been manufactured from the precious metal, gold. We are told that i li a of a ring the church t:- oe:o berc.sa a: end W'L'&cio     tells of an instance where a curtain ring was employed. The Duke of Hamilton fell so   violently in love with the younger of the cele- brated :. : nning at a party in Lord   Chesterfield's house, the two days after he       sent for a parson to perform the marriage   ceremony, but as the duo had neither license or ring the clergyman refused to act. Nothing ? ed, Hamilton decided he would " send for the archbishop." At last they were mar- ried with a ring of the bed curtain, at 12.30 ;" night, at Mayfair chapel. Forgetful bride- grooms have been reduced to greater straits     than this even ; in one instance a leather ring had, on the spur of the moment, to be cut out of a pie...

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Court of Petty Sessions. Before Messrs. C. M. Ross and P. Kenny, J's.P. TRUANT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Court of P'etty 8essio'ss. Before Messrs. C. M. Ross and P. Kenny, J's.P. TRUANT CAS.. J. Rowe v. Geo. Wade, for neglecting to send his child aged IIt years to school. Defendant was fined 5s. ILLEGAL DETENTION.   James Aitken v. Geo. Winnell for illegally detaining a bullock the property of the plaintiff, and valued £4.   SMr. lla-sett ()uiify aicd Ringv) appeared for the plaintiff, and the defendlr.t was un. defended. Mr. Winnell applied for a forteight's ad journmteut to which Mr. Hassett consentetd on condition that he was p.sid thle usual fee. Winnell stated he had not the money and the case was ordered to proceed. James Aitken, sworn, deposed that he was a sawmiller, and rememberel the 3rd of November last. lie was coming home from 1 s work through Daoovan's paddock when he saw a steer of his, and which he drove home. When he arrived home be had his tea and was afterwards writing out . bill, when Winnell came to the door and de- manded the bullock, say...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 18 November 1892

Gazette Notices. - :o THE following appeared in the Government   Gazette of Friday last: Licenses approved under Sec. 42:--Francis M. Fadden, 2:10 ., Yea; Kenneth Yoroton, 202a., Kobyboyn. Sec. 67 licenses void for non-payment :   John H. Caton, 926a., Derril: Elizabeth S. Caton, 997a., Derril; Chas. B.T. Caton, 950a. Derril; Joseph A. Caton, 950a., Derril; Eliza Caton, 1000a, Clonbinane. Sec. 32 lease forfeited for non-payment of rent :-Richard Barren, 60a., Mangalore. Sec. 32 lease approved :-Joseph Smedley     143a., Woodburne.

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Cooking Recipes. CRAKER PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier — 25 November 1892

UCcOii:t rrCCipo'. ClraKE PIE. CS corckers, lic.e of botter nips of an ego, one ce?Pn u;;no, one cup Of bcilinu water, one til;Enuon lemon iHvovring. Two cups of !our cream, one tearoonfuli of cods dri-elved in hot water, 21 cape a?uoar, two eg,'!, :tcur to cakse a Etifi dough; fry it Lot lard. nATED A.?LUS. Pasr and core and 11 the: ap.:oe with togar, bu'ttr and Clna:idte" iron velI. Buroth : over i d: swe.tencd wter, :nd E;etikle k ith bradd.-crurs I:ronctnd in hot butter. ia'ke. One quart of flour, onelh,"a:f cop of milk:, one-h?l clp : .:;;c.r, teo t o f ba.;-o 1. g pov,'nl, ".i;ri. i.oou:it to mate a e,5: t?Lit ; roIl I;t, cu- i" ct.y nha.e dr.tird, o.ud fry in i: 1ti. M EA'. C J0.-LTT?S. )ne poend] ci rai:;:: raw betf. On'e Pe?, 0ea o0ion, cphote- H:.e, one b uc. t ui chcppdco parim'y, pepp?r rand rai to tate; mix aill tont:car; farm into sm:nal c::ce, -:tde.d with Louur. and fry in buter. BAKED ?A?.Ir-s Or0t::S. Peel four S:c:iis.h oencts, put tiotm in told :eter witdh : e'ac...

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