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Household Hints. POTATO PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
Household Hints. POTATO PIK. SHoll Uro hard-boiled eggs and oat them ioto slices fairly thick. Mash a pound of cooked potatoes and mix them with a heaping tablcspoonfal oftho best crcnm, season with salt, - nonnor, and a vory littlo natmeir. With this Iiuo tho bottom of a but torod onrthonwaro dish and placo it in a layor of tho slicod eggs. Scatter ovor this choppcd parsley and cover with a littlo vrluto sauco. Contino alternato layers of potato, saaco, and c^g, until tho quantities aro nsod. Let tho last layor bo a coating of sance, and cover tho top with mashed potatoes smoothed carofally. Mark a neat pattorn on top, brush over with beaton egg, and hoat it) a moderate ovou for half nn hoar. Pccorato tho top outlines with parsley bits.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
If » ? ♦ : NOT- K. Have you yet tasted Wiokyler Beer? THE German Lager Beer on Draught. If Not, Call at Mow's Hotel, or Grand Central Hotel. Do Yot tt Shopping at - KIRKWOOD'S. Highest Grade Goods at Lowest Possible Prices Sporting materials of all Descriptions in Stoc k KIRKWOOD'S, P'l I. Tl.'w N». S NAKltAnitl. BOOMERANG BRANDY. HOOMERANG is the ORIGINAL BRANDY. 4»J hit NEVER BEEN EQUALLED tiy 4ny oiher Aoilral an Ilrindy II is held in the K*tccm bj the .Mc.Ncal Profession. WELCOME NUGGET TOBACCO he IINtflKVr GIlAUh I* ?|i.»cc' -n 'H* I'-'U'. d ?» ? ? .j. fm»- r. O Williams ' 0»mp in/. Vi U va AllhoutfH ihr m-i»i ICx|*n*it-- I'-.n.-o. in.- ? \ -r i. I i «»«?- ?-ii!i1ir at the »atne price 31 THROGMORTON WHISKY. Hat mm* becomr -»ic --l i|,.- \IOM l'« il'UI. \'-- Mund.of Wlii-ky -m tbe market r tiwmj l-- it. Mrr.TS 4 ti t } Mt'BITV OF Qt'ALITV. IIIROGMOIUON OXCK UUKl) WvOOMhS TIIE KAVOKIPi. «« STIRLING' SEWING M CHINES A Hleh-Gratfo Domestic Sowing Machtno at llilf the I'lice.il th\ ...
SOUR CREAM PIE. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
SOUR CREAM PIE. Ono cnpfnl of thick soar cream, ono enp of sugar, half a capful of seeded raisins, cut. in two ; two eggs, half a teaspooufnl of cinnamon, a pinch of salt. Uso tho whites of tho eggs for a meranguo. Bent tho yokos Mix tho cinnamon, clovos, salt, and sugar' thoroughly, and add them to tho eggs and croam. Beat thor oughly with thu egg-beater, then add tho raisins.
MEAT TEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
MEAT TEAS. I When tho tannin of tea, or any of tho tanno-acids, is taken into tho aystom apart from albuminoid mater ial, it is quickly converted during digestion into glucoso and gallic acid, tho former hoing a usofal food sab less injurious that tho original tanin. If, however, tho tnnnin is taken ia conjunction with atominoid matter — ns in that horrible meal dear to tho hearts of a certain class of English folk, and to many colonials, called a ' meat tea,' — a leathery compound is vory soon formod, which takes all the timo of a powcrfal digestion to tacklo, and break up into compounds that can bo assimilated. In fact. ' moat teas,' or nny otlicr similar combination of albumiuoids and tan* nia, mean despepsia.
WAUGH AND JOSEPHSONS' CHANGE OF ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
WAUGH AND JOSEPHSONS* CHANGE OF ADDRESS. Iu conscqocnco of tho consistent dovelopmont of our business, it has been found necessary to bnild now promises which aro situated at tho corner of Goulbarn and Brisbanio* Rtrnfiffl. Svdnnp tn nnnMo no mnM promptly and 'effectively deal with onr over increasing numbor of or ders. Wo shall bo roost pleased to wolcomo all oar frionds, especially thoso of long standing, to our new promises. In our show-room wo havo on viow full lines of tho latest '^Alfa-Laval ' Croam Separators, L K-G ' Milking Machines, nnd other machinery required in connection with butter nnd chooso fuctorics, and for all thoso engaged in dairying and other rural pursuits. Wo also havo on shuw tho two most famous Oil Engines of tho day, viz., tho ' Cross ley ' Engine, operating on kerosene, and the '\Standard ' engine, operat ing on benziue ; also steam engines and boilers for all purposes, machin ery oils and engineers' supplies, rp frigemting machinery for ice-making,' but...
The Great Serial Story The Misjudged A Tale of a Victimised Person, with the Sins and Treacherous Tactics of her Associates. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
The Great Serial Story The Wisfactged A^Talo of a Victimised Person, with tho Sins aud Trcacherons Tnctics of her Associates. By CONSTANCE ELDWDGE. Anthor of |ho 'Tho Will of ilrs. Littlojohn.' 'Tho Secrecy/' 4c. CHAPTER I. | Tlio Bbndowa wero lengthening over tbo marshland which lies between tbo I sen and tho village of Saint Mark, nml down in a shingly hollow beneath tno | winding sea-wall that reaches llcgulbin i at ono end; mid loses iUolf in a desolnto I haiv ntfirA nt thn nthcr. «nt n man ntul I a woman. A storm-torn groyno of' grey woodwork, held together by bnnds of iron rustod ri--l, gnvo them shelter from observation should nnyouo hnvu pxsso-- along tho narrow iootpnth on tho top of tho wall, ntid the slumberous si loncoof a summer croning was over the scene. Facing them tho criip sea camo plashing on the pebbly beach, mnrmur itig itn everlasting melody in a soft undertone, nnd behind thotn lay tho cattlc-dottcd marshes with Saint Mark in tho bluo distance,, to bo rcncln^l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
; It U the rosolvo ; . yTo o^iain ? the « rENUIN'E !' ANDER EUCALVPTI EXTRAOr whitb will pro ??? cure for you a remedy of sterling value ond ??Mil- protect you'.from bavintf your bcauu in juied bygone, of the mauy jiuJe oils.an-J so' M called'' Ei tracts!' vwhltto'«c.;H®# pa'fne^ ofl by unsctup~u1ou-(Ttfalers,ai * B'®.' , and which are accotdlpg to authentic tuedicaj testimony very depressing to ibe heart.' Ine GENUINE HANDF-R.EXTRAOr is abso ' lately non-injurious and btings .instantaneous 'relief in ;he*adache, fevers, colds, lung an«i ??'stomach. troubles. -.and- its'- great antiseptic powers protect Tronvfu'ur*. ofeclion.. U'cer?, wounds, burns, wji:* ]»»?«« laflataraalion.- S ANIJ...'. ,S rXIiiACl iv endowed, by lit hlchMt tncilk.l «u and lmnique'in iu.-ff-eli punlv. ? 'cHj bnily. and safety are its .distinguishing | Therefore i^Get thl GENUINE SANl)F.Rb* EXTRACT— inaist if you have io-l-ut get it and denve the, benefit. .. . ?
NO OBJECTIONS RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
NO OBJECTIONS RAISED.' ; Scono— Oi-dorly-rootn. i Swoll :(to clork) : M Is the adju tant in PV v. ? Clerk : ' Ho is, sir ; but ho is on tjaged with tbo colonol. Will you kindly take. a obair.and wait ?' .? Bftino tim6 - oigav from Uis pookot) : ' Do you smoko P' Clork . (with groat alacrity) Yes, . Swoll : ' Thon you won't objoct to my lighting a cigar?' Collapso of clork, find subscq.n6ntly [ a furious iscribbling. '
Alleged Corruption. LABOR GOVERNMENT CHARGED. MR. GRIFFITHS IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
Alleged Corruption. LABOR GOVERNMENT CHARGED. MH. GRIFFITHS IN REPLY. A membor of tbo Industrial W orkers of tbo World slated upenly that the Labor Govorntnont of Now South.; Wales received a bribe of £10 000 -for. passing- tho .Newcastle Ironworks : Bill, and .tlmt ho could prove it. mo stntemeni was seou ou to tho Pronner, and was referred by bim to MivGnffitlis, and that gentlu man then sout. tbo following letter to tho Premier's informant:— r - Mr. William Slinw, Cnwluy, .vm Waterfall..— Doar Sir,- — Ihrough pressuie cf work and absence from town, I 'havo only .to day -road vour letter 'to f Mr. . MeGowon, forwarded to tuc (»n the 2-ltli, ultimo. If you can obtain for mo tlio iiituio of the man .who made this slntomont about tho ironworks nnd written Htntements from one or two reputable men who heard bim, T shall rcqnost the Attorney-General ' to pro^ecnto for criminal, slauder. 'This tort of underhaud . maligning tho repu t atiou of nnhlin man. if unchockod. will drive decent s...
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
(To tbo Editor.) Sir,— Iu yon issno of tho 5th inst. tho following appears in tho polico court nows. 'Two country parents woro fined Is each, nnd Os costs for not sending their childron to school tho specified nnnibor of days. In both cases tbo children havo fivo miles to go to nt tend school. Tbo P.M. remarked that it seemod to bim that the people who did mako an effort to send their children to school wero prosecuted, whilo their wore others who never scud their children to school got olt freo ' According to tbo Education Act, only thoso parents, who reside within 2 milos of the nearest school can bo pnnishod for not scuding their cluld ron to school for 70 days -each half yoar. Tho P.M. fined tlieso parents so evidently lie must Imvo uoeu con vinced that tbey lived within two miles' of a school, bat from bis re marks, ro ' people who did mako un effort to send their childreu to school, etc,' (these somo parents 1 prcsamo) it looks ns if ho wero also convinced that they lived 5 mi...
The Hardened Copper of the Ancients. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
The Hardened Copper of the Ancients. It is commonly supposed thnt the ancients succooded in Imrdoning cop per. Mcttalargists who havo ex amined specimons of this t-o*calIed hardened copper havo found that it is wui/ puiu cupper, uao usuauy an alloy of copper, eithor natural (thai is, tho two metals existed in ono ore, ko that in- tho production an alloy was formed) or au artificial alloy i inado by molting two ores together, tho ono-co'ppor nnd tho othor zinc, Tho'so'callcd. ilouel inutal, now a; regular product of an eastern copper. reDnory,.is tho modern equivalent of tho ancient natural alloy — a com- , pound of copper . and nickel obtained by reducing tho copper-nickel oro of ' tho Sudbury, mines in Ootario. All ; tho arrow-heads and othor imple- j monts which havo boon found in the * Sudbury district are mado of this, native- coppor-niokol bardoned only by hammering. . . 1
Seeing the Wind. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
Seeing the Wind. This is an interesting littlo experi ment, nnd can be pefortned by any one. Tako any kind of saw and hold it at right angles with tho wind, strong wind proforred, tho teoth of tho saw held unward. Now look along the tips of tho teeth, and yon can see tho wind streaming through tho littlo nothos. Tho oxplanutioh mnsfc be praotically tho samo as for tho littlo streams of wriggly air wo somotimes seo ovor our radiators ; that is, that tho air is brokoti up ii-(o currents of different densities,' rimM consequently light coming tbroagli these currents is bent to oar oyo and thoir form noted. Tho wind, coming ! with some force, is intorrupted bjr tho samo and tho air is banked np to a certain extent behind tho saw, and this compressed or denso air streams through tho notches.
BULLOCK GUESSING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
Bl'LLOCK GUESSING COMPE- - - '- - T1TION. Wo tho uiidersigucd cortify to tho ? kiling and weight of tho bullock for iHo ' Narrabri Show Guersing Competition;*'' 1 Weight, 418Jlbs. ' ' ' ' ' - ' ? ' ' THOMAS WYATT.' ' ' - ^ ANDRFAV BROWN- ? ' - JOHN WHITEJUN. '?-' -V .; We certify that tlm . . opened by us together and tho winuers- ' - to divdo ore: Eweu U. Nail, 419,-Philia « ? Bnlfe 419. ? ANDREW BROWN' ' - - '.- k ^ W; H BRO^N Mgr. Bk. N.S.W. -V
ERRATA. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
- ERRATA. .- : , ; W o. wish to moke a correction au tho ? ' ?? awards in tho Berkshire Boar Scction Tho prize was owardod to R. New-' ? combo nud not to W. Watts as printed by us. ? Hand Bouquet, Mrs. D- Cody ; . - . Champion Roso, Airs. D. Cody ; Head - ^ Bouquet, Mrs. D. Cody; both instead of - - - Mrs. Lamb. -
SHEEP QUESSING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
? SHEEI' QUESSING COMPETITION ' First day's sheep weighed 72j lbs , nnd tho successful tipster wos RoEert Brown, 7211bs. Second day's* sheep— OOJlba., tho noar est guoas being J. Adams, OOJlbs, 0 - Smith 971bs., E. T. Lovoloes 971b* In - - the draw off Mr. J. Adams won'thd : ? ' *: prize. , — Third day's sheep, J. Underwood 91- ' ? ? - ? ?lbs.- Tbo third sheep was kindly donated'.' ' ? * by Mr., J, V. Whitoman. ? . , --
THE GATES. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
THE GATES ? Tho gates this year naturally show a falling off compared with last' year Wo beliovo tlio shortage 'is between £30 and £40. This shortage , is more- '' V ^ than accounted for by tlio economy', j^'. *? ' instanco, £20 was saved iu t'io cler-cal ? ' department, £10 in tho' advertising in' '»? i outside papers, £5 in tho printing of a'r'T' catalogue— this year donated. Last ' : year up to £40 was spent in labor/ lor necessary fixing round tho ground this year £0 0r £7' will cover tho outlay:'-' So it will ho seen that tlio -holding tho Show has put out Socioty upon1 a'; much sounder footing than wits' aritlfci-1' patcd. v %'
ADDITIONAL AWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
ADDITIONAL AWARD8. Beit turned-out pair plough horses, general get up, A. C. Rittcr.' Spring cart horso, H. Fraser 1, WaU 2. Neatest and best turn-out, Dr. Park.- ? Lady Rider, Miss Patterson. ' - Pair Hacks, H. W. Cameron, urn aii-round Horso competing at tho Show, Dr. Park. Maiden Trot, J. Ward 1, W. Tout 2. District Huuter, J. Locke 1, T. B. Mo- ; Farlane 2. Open Hunter, II. W. Cameron 1, T. B. McForlane 2. - Hilh Jump, H. W. Cameron. 'Mulga Bill,' Oft. . .
THE MILK TEST. [Newspaper Article] — The North Western Courier — 14 March 1913
THE MILK TEST. IW ult of MilkJonVjnpetltlon. Bottar FatTatt 0»wr , Co* Teat Slilk Itr Ter vn. . _ , ^ U-T Waak ^ '.i ? Si jf 11J5 — llntrU Dolly 6.0 T7.0 U2 joo l-'r 1^1? ' ?i V0 141 A. Vincent UiMknowl.S 3 LS l.JS ltreult of Milking Comj^U.ioo. A. ' Cufl«r,' 4 9. 43 S. 2JJ1 17 £7 F. lUnit' ?? DtUj,' 4J, Stfi, ji c* ' (81gned)t f ~ ii-ZWlEki' Kw Tlio Milking Teat waa conducted bf Mr. J. P.* Quirk (manager of tho Uairy Co.), and Mr. H. L. Walker, who went ? to cojuiderable troublo nnd gavo much timo iu carrying out tho various tests. .