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IMPERIAL CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
IMPI25L CAK?. One pound of botter, ond one pound of sugar hasten to a cream; one pound of flour, the g'ated rind and juice of one lelmon, niae iggs, one and a quarter pounds of alhnods, weighed before they are shelled, lhalf pound of citron, one. hall- pound pound of reisins; beat the yolks light, add sugair and butter, then the whites beaten to a stiff froth, and the. flour, reserving a part for the fruit, and, lastly, the almonds blanched, cut fine, and mixed with-fruit and the rest of the flour,
WHITE BRIDE'S CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
wur-IT w r?IDEt'SCAE. One up of~;butter, th.re cups of white sugar, one and. one-halt cops of saeet milk,, four cups of floor, whites of eight eggs, three large teaspoons of baking powder.;f alvour with almonds; mix the sugar and baking powder, add the butter and milk, then the flour, and lastly the eggs btlen to a stiff froth.
OATMEAL GEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
OATMEAL 0des. Soak one sup of oatmeal over night in one cup of water.. In the morning sift together, dry, one cup of flour, two tea. spoonfols of baking powder, add a little' salt and one tablespoonful of shortening; mix the meal and floor together, wet with water, or milk,'to a stiff batter; drop in gem pane and bake immediately.
SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
SUNOAT SIIIWICEB. CRUOUClI OF FNGLA:D.-Divdm, servic *IllI hecld'on Sunday at I lnice----l hmlrr, It a.m. NorwwU Bildge, 3; Norwell, 7 p.m. .Mr. Francis. IPlESDYTRIll&A CHIURCH.-Dilne servlie will be -eM'l ' en eeendey. u followr:- Meerwell, 1I; xe. aneiII pIm.. eYlueee, 3. Ile.tI. Murrey IeWSI.;YAMS ChUIlROIC.-Dlvine eervlee will le held nelxt eeleyee lellowe:-eSouel Ylmeer. I1 elm., eorth lleelwood, 3 pm;; 3leeell,.7 pem. Mr. AaIn. SALVATION AR1SC~.--R ver y Friday, even airr
GINGERBREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
.ulN?oto R ,Ro . One cup of brown sugar, one cup of butter, one cup of molasses, one teaspoon ful each of cinnamon, cloves and ginger; mix thoroughly: then add one cup of boiling water; dissolve in a little hot water two large teaspoonfuls of soda; sitir in justenough flour to make a thin' better, as for my otber.cae, then add tw well beaten eggd. 4.
SHE LOST HERSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
Ssa LOST .E M ,:." .'" '.: " A stout and aggressive woman elbowed her'way up:t6 thbesilver ouniterii t one -0o the big stores the other day;, nd asid, pompously to the clerki, who.pras wa?ting at the time on someone else:a ;.?jI:: ' How much are your tootbpioks ?' " SWe don't keep them at this eounter,' said the girl. The portly and haughty woman crushed the girl, or ,tried to, with a look of acorn, and repeated: . ;I asked how m?ch are those tooth. picks ?' . '. :.. . -,t .: ,'. The gial was evidently mystaiied and replied again'" ' . We dn't keep then her, madam' SYou'don't keep them? Then what are those?' exolaimed the: woman with a' haughty geeture toward i:.lift'~evelve4It lined box -containing a' dozen. Lsarp. pointed ihplements sfotr or fie Inohes long. Tosie are nut piets, madam, rid the giri, ina crielly diihnst-vosce. The harghty woman 'elt hI elf n the erowd with neatneen anddispatci
LEMON PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
LUMON PIS. Mixa lad rgetablespoonul of corn starch' with a little cold.milk, and stir it in a cupful of bailing nillk; when it is cool add one cup of sugari, the jace and grated rind of one lemon, the yolks of two eggs; line a deep pie plate with pie cruste and till with the milture bake, and while in the oven beat the whites of the eggs to a stiff froth and gradually: beat them into two h ing tablespooinfuls of granulated suger; spread thin over thbepie wl;en done and brown.
HOW THINGS GO IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
. Row. TmU. Gs IN LI E. . McFingle---' Do you know that seedy; looking individual over there ?' hloFangle-' Yes. He's the inventor of one. of the most wondednil. end useful hosines in thin world.' ' Indeed I And who is that bnd oonnely dreeded, peosroue-loolkintg mn' to ~d6 lie i't , lko g?' I'. 'Ohh niven 4d at oil can to ueeod the engine ivented by the otber 2
The North Hazelwood Tea Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
The Norila Ilazelwooil Tea JeetCiai. A tea meeting in aid of the funds of the Presbyterian church was hold in the Meechadca' Insti ato, North IIazel wood, on Frilday last. There were about 150 persons sat down to the tables which were artistically decorsted w'th flowers, and the tasty delicacics provided were more than apprediated by the visitors. At eehout eight o'clock the assemblage adjourned to the church opposite, which hald been decorated elegantly for the neeosinn with thlioma;estlic leaves of the tree fern together with - many henauthflly worked florn texts which could not fail to bIe admtired. The Rev. R. Murray neeiliell (ihe pnsition nft chairman and addreaussewere delivered by the Rev. J. G. Wilson and 'lessrs. Dean,. anmndis and Kinder. The dhoirdnuing the intervals sang several hymnl in goei sotyle. A vote of thanks was reennedel to the cosir and'theladies wiho hladl so kindlly waited at' the tables and otherwise assisted to, bring the tea nmouting to asneceseful terlt...
A Voice from the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
A Voice fium tlie etreet. BY P??eontsic PICKLE. A bard at Traralgon, like "Herbert " Spencer, has broken lo?,e. The followlng aoleared 'in lust Tuesdays' issue of the JoURIAL': LAY OF THE BROWN COAL SIIARE. HOLDER. Has Morwell's ADVouRTIsca blown Its sounding trump in vnnli 1 iHas the G.tzl'arr's shrill whistle dial In yells of nuameleas raol Hass Mllurdnch' bhere hbeon sunok, nines. is ltullo's work'butmniuight 1 Can I notnsell my brownscrn. shares, Are they not worth a t.msugnt I Oh I tell, oh I tell me. won't you buy My bolnny brown coali sar.esi 'Oh.I buy, and straight away you'll find They'll.lighten all your cares. 'The first of all, they'll glad your home With gas and fires so bright. And next in suit they'll surely make Your Ibak tecounlt scuEm light Then buy.oh I bey my lnrow coal shares Grellt hltrwell'lt nlt dead ; ?if you'll watL only longcnnugh It's bound to gi heulad. Then speculate, my stronger hold, Lsesu you your long pnrsostrina?.; For far and wide throughout the l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
LaL1:aW A Gribnam. Laidlaw and Graham, (Late Marriage, Lawronson & Laidlaw.) CATTLE . SALESMEN, STOCK, ESTATE,. FINANCIAL, AND ENERAi COMMISSION AGENTS - VALUATOIS,kc TRARALGON AND MORWELL. Government Land Auctioneer : J. D. LAIDLAW. Sworn Valuator ... ... J.,GRAIIAM. 'PREL1MINARY NOTICE. MIORWELL, -MONDAY MARCH 24. T AibDAW AND GRAHAM, instructed J by Messrs. Little Bros., will sell by. Public Auction:- Their Bakery, Fruit and HaIr-dressing Business, Land and Buildings at Boolara Particulars in Future Issue. . CLEARING SALE. TRAFALGAR, FRIDAY SIARCH 21. LAIDLAW AND GRAHAM has'b been favored with instructions from W. G. Henry, Esq. (whose lease has expired) to sell on the above date on the ground adjoinillg Township of Trafalgar without the slIghtest reserve: All his Dairy Herd, Horses. Pigs, Household Furnlture, Dairy Utensils, Etc. 7 First-clsa Dairy Cows in full profit 1 Springer, forward in calf 4 Yearling heifers ..2 ;, steers 2 Fat cows B Calves 16 Pigs 1 Pure bred Ber...
Commercial. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
SMIgT.U OUtNI.\ .MAIK4:TS. The'Fresolh ood and Frozen ltwrnex o Comn. pan? Ltd. ren'ort:-Cheese.--'Prtim 4d to old; matured, :Id to lP.; melhlm 3.1 to 4il; Potted butter, Imew-.-Prim.. 10.1 to Is.l 3d to 8d for "meditium. "Fresh hotteor.-We had n largo quantity " trward, antI a good antten ild?la ofL buyVer. 'The markoit is eanlor than "lat work: Prime, Is 2d to'ls id. Medium from lOt to Is2o?;ioferor loowor. Eoeg?.--lo 2d to Is 3d per doz. I:tc1?o --Town aiden, 7d to 9'd per Ib; country 4flreto ad ferlb.o trlmi. -Town, from 8d1't l per Ib; c,0ntry, 5I to rd per lb. lieewrax.--!ld to 914l 'per Ib Lardn.--Bladder'4?d to S'd perlh. IHoney 'Fine clear garduo sold at ld to 8IJ.I per lh. Carcaoeu pork.--id to 4Jlod per :lb. l'ig'sK heads, 24rt to 3d per lb. Ponltry.--Turkeys "8s to '21Is per pair. Geece. 4- to ts fi? pIcr Ipair. ?owlt, 3s to 3i 9d. Dlteks,:3 to 34 9,1: per unitr.
MISCELLANEOUS IT WAS WELL MEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
MISCELLANEOUS 1? WAB WILL waitAO. .He was, no doubt, little pung oa or two en on the r Ye platform aht " |7soon ?' ,-. ward. said the eau ht the bn aon of whisky in hiii breatlr sid his eyie at times were u. ll em Tp. Slay h ivea beid, di g tter qite't man in the rowd, JAnwant to give iYu.a. roold of adreielo?tn n ShfWell? You know all about New Year's... Tl .. .When you gt Pay up er e debtsake or solemn rosoluohn Rear m a Take' eor solemn resoloolion tours' better lite'a future Slop cuosln' an' amokin ;and cbewin'. Take 'cr solemn resoluehu n sot to git drink again Shayl1 * Talk. 'or resoluoliun" to he a `decant husatnd and faucet. Pay'up yer ole debts, tell truth an try a. s ?ea decent man.. She! "":' " :....: " `Yee.. ' Well, good bye. fobter ~ot o now lRe. muember-take 'sr roeofge os an' keep: it. Lao' chance you got. ' Yee.' And then the eIizta Oftdop~icd oifon' lb.. other oies t
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
S38 FLINDERlS STREET . Opposite Flinders St; Station. E alL AND... . B " U" OF SUCC"S.. ....S IN~ LI .is the motto of tthis DRE WALL AND BE SRE.OF:: 80088` I•. . h ;tey enable al'to do. tins by supqplyng othg t sueluoderate prees that bgs t't their reach The question may beasked, How can this firm sell cheaper than any other ? the 'reason appears . to us:to be, that they have a very large Capital to work on, and by this means buy direct from the Mainufacturers (being a Wholesale House they are allowed to do this), either in the English and Foreign Markets, ot`fromn the Colonial Manufacturers. They then usanu facture all their own Clothing and are in even a bettor position (regards-first cost) than-the Wholesale Houses of.Flinders Lane, who in many cases get their Clothing made by Contract, which contractor makes a profit., Tbey are contented to take a profit equal to the Wholesalo Trade, ahd then instead of selling to 'the retail houses of Melbourne, or your local Storekeeper, sell ...
SMILES AND TEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Morwell Advertiser — 14 March 1890
' OI'1"KL'AID oAee, 't /. ,:_ Wife., And you we 'tgive me the price of a winter bonnoe t HIebant-.Nop' ,w (aith a cob)- You 'er?'?n 'of bh " meanest men; one ofthe # +aleat, . 1H. (esrceiasicelly)- o'u? are a lady and a model wife.' " V. (with dignity)-' I lInow it . ar., The opi4ion?an universelly ' held that the meanest men get tbo best wiive.'' H. (laughing)-' By love 1-That speech as worth a bonnet. Hereso;y darlng; is my pocketbook. > Ue .it ae you like.' W. (in'? smiles' and tears).? Let ;me kio you, lovey; I always knev you were"'a dear .. .