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LANCASHIRE BRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
LANCASHIRE BRAWN. ,. Pigs head Pepper and salt * Water . Hsgk 'feet.- - . . * ? -. Take a fresh .pig's -bead with a set of pig's feet, and soak them in salt and water all nighty after thoroughly clean ing. Stir tbenv ; gently three or four hours, with enough water to prevent them burning; season ':|o,;taste with salt and pepper, then ta&eiout all bones, and chop the meat up well;- put into moulds and well press. If Uie head is too fat. take off the cheeks. salt,'and dry for bacon. This brawn is really nice and tasty.
IRISH STEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
? IRISH STEW. 2% lb. mutton chopslO potatoes 6 small onions ' 1 quart water. Cut the chops from a loin of mutton. Place them in a saucepan with alternate layers of sliced potatoes and chops. Cover the last layer with onions, and pour over them the quart of cold water. Tightly cover the saucepan, liet the in gredients stew until the potatoes are soft enough to mash, and the greater part of the gravy is absorbed. Place in a deSfci dish, and serve while very hot.
MUSHROOMS AU GRATIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
MUSHROOMS AU GRATIN. 12 large mushrooms 2 tablespoonsfuls 1 egg butter 2 tablespoonsfuls 2 tablespoonsfuls chopped veal breadcrumbs % cup stock . 1 tablespoonful 1 teaspoonful pars- chopped suet ley Salt and pepper Mix all the forcemeat with the egg; wash and remove the centres from mush rooms. Season with salt and pepper; place a small piece of buter in each. Put a teaspoonful of forcemeat on each. Cover with breadcrumbs. Put in a buttered baking tin with the stock. Bake for 15 minutes. Serve in a hot dish with the gravy around.
MINT GROWN IN THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
MINT GROWN IN THE KITCHEN. Mint will grow in water. Put a dozen or more sprays in a fruit jar filled with wa ter, adding water 'ta-.teeijjhe. jar filled. Pjck sprigs from the toSsf aad ii&nr shoots will grow continually. It is especially con venient to grow in this way for winter use. It is always ready for sauce, soups, tea, ' lemonade, and sandwiches.
PRUSSIAN SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
PRUSSIAN SOUP. Two or 3 oz. lean hail lb. split peas - (or bacon) 4 onions 2 cooked potatoes - 2 turnip 2 carrote - ' 1 teaspoon mixed her 1 parsnip 10 peppercorns 4 cloves ? ? . 1 saltspoon salt 1 teaspoon vinegar 7 pints stock. 1 lamp ' sugar V- Boil all slowly for three hours, and press through 'colander. Return to saucepan and t*1'*') with 2 oz. of flour; boil six minutes, flavour with mushroom ketchup, and serve with crisp sippets of toast. A good 'family soup.
BEFORE THE FOOTLIGHTS The Mail's Weekly Budget of Musical, Dramatic, and Picture Notes. MUSICAL TOPICS. FOREWORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
BEFORE THE EOOILIGifS The Mail's Weekly Budget of ; Musical, Dramatic, and Picture Notes. MUSICAL TOPICS. By *' Cosmopolitan.' FOREWORD. Kindly^ helpful'' criticism, especially tfEen directed. |)y-' the public press, is part of the educational process of the qiUBical Etudent. Indiscriminate praise is vicious in its essence aud far reachin; in its ^ffects, and many promising stu dents have been lulled fo a state of artis tic torpor and self-complqcency by rais .- 4irectcd kindneES and meaningless praise. Madame ulelba, with her characteristic nnd. unfaih'ng kindness to Australian stu dents abroad, once gave an audience to ar vocal student' who possessed a very fine voice. At the conclusion of the aria she smilingly exclaimed, '-'Xot: a . bit like it. lioh't sing that in public yet. It would be artistic, juicide!' That -rc.is helpful criticism, kindly but firmly given, and it is happy to relate the advice was not | lost. It will be the aim of the musical j writer of this journal to re...
A WOMAN'S REMARKABLE STORY. ALLEGED CONVERSATION WITH AN EMPLOYE. NEW YORK, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
'A. WOMAN'S REMARKABLE STORY. ALLEGED CONVERSATION I?XQ$/l£ NEW 'YORK, May £ *- Mrs. H. A. Cattaber, one ot &*e Titanic survivors, states that she intenjk to go to Washington and interview Hie Senate committee in reference to the «|&? aster. The lady declaim that Thomas An drews, an employe of Messrs TT«-i»t*jj and Wolff, who sat next to her at 'dinner on tiie Titanic, frequently informed her that the vessel went to sea before ene was completed, but that she Would flosjc if cut into three parts. ? n
THE POPE'S HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
THE POPE'S HEALTH. ''.- '?'? Tbe fact that he has *n sereral oetvt sions recently remained seated in a 'sedkn/v chair whilst granting Budiences has- giyai.; rise to the Tumour that.'SjB Hohneal^i again indisposed. It is annoancedfttpn His Holiness wjll -continue so to -irecemi audiences thronghout-.the 'season.' ??-'?SBt&x condition of bishealth is said to 1» ^S normaL ' A few days ago tbe' Ifi^[ papers started an moment waMiawiS thehEalti of the Holy Father, 'bat it'aM. happily jdpped' in the 'bud . by fcia -^Ho^: ness nimself, *wfao, * after ^estuff*^oiM*$Jt hoursfrom his'Tpund of: audiences^ -treiet^ ly resumed* his usual routine.' . , Ojie;'«i^d* wish ? (says the ' Rome ' correspondent^ ^o?- the v'Bouthem Cross') ' that ',&&?' :'^™mJ. might be' spared some part -^the^£atag^n.' work of his long morningB^ but.iiet;nS^ - think.- of sparing hnnselij and ''ifc1* iroi have certainly ~j*d™*-* an 3'''g'flV'«iw of persuasion to induce him to i^a; from the audience...
THE CHAMPION-ALEXANDER MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
THE rTr*T-M,Ay-ATiRyATgWMt^ These world-famed mission^rB, J^ftei. completing a wonderfully suctienfol secies' of meetings in New ZealanjL^juce nojr in Melbourne and repea^dngr^£heir former ..triumpns. The 'party' conEfeteo*. eight— Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur ChapmanJ Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Alexander, Mr.i^d Mrs. Norton, Mr. Ernest NaftiBger. ' (the ' sweet baritone), ?and Mr. Sobert^Ssrk ness, the pianist. They will' commence their mission in Adelaide on Snnday,vMay:f 19, with an afternoon meeting.' Yt.^taj': been decided- not to.- hold a-'. mnMoni^set,.; ? ' ? vice on. the Sunday evenings duriiig'^liG^F^ '- Visit, as. this has invariably reBiilted^iri' : if serious depletion of the attendance ra£ ordinary church services. . -? ' ?'. -,'??; £ : :
THE SUCCESSOR TO DALE AND JOWETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
THE SUCCESSOR TO DALE AND \ JOVvETT. ? ? V After many monthB . of anxiety and - difficulty, the_ officials of ' Carr's Lane Chapel, Birmingham, were able to' an nounce on March 3 that their 'call' to the £ev. Sidney M. Berry, JSLA.-ia.eoa ? of the late Rev. Dr. Berry, of Wolver- ' hampton— had been accepted by . biin. It is small wonder that a chnrcn that has owned three such pulpit giants ail ' John Angell James, Dr. Dale, and Df. . Jowett, should have found 'great trouble ' in -providing a suitable successor. t-Ft6i£ : all accounts the right man has beea ? found at last. . .;. '' -'..^
THE PRIMARY PRODUCER BeautifulExhibits [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
BcautifulExhibfts CWRITTEN EXCLCSTVELT FOB 'THE MATT).'). In reviewing the flower shows held in Adelaide this paper intends to get among the flowers and -the exhibitors. We feel that the man who spends his time, en ergy,, and skill in growing the best of flowers has only in the past received a faint mede_Qf praise. If blooms. of ex quisite beauly, deserving of credit to the grower are there we shall be there to notice them and to give credit to whom it is due. Also careful notice will . be taken of varieties for the instruction of the flower lover generally, and the guid ance of the would-be purchaser. Adelaide H. and F. Society. It is many years since such a fine dis play of flowers has been seen in the late autumn as those exhibited at this so ciety's show. The Exhibition hall was filled with lovely crisp flowers, fresh and clean, such as are only seen at this time of the year. The colours are clearer, brighter, and richer, and charm and _de Iight the senses. No drooping, wilting,...
Care of Farm Animals. Udder and Teat Diseases. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
Care of Farm Animals. By 'Vet.' (WnnTEN EXCLUSIVELY FOE 'THE MAIL.') Udder and Teat Diseases. The commonest disease of the udder is t^iat generally known as 'weed.' Gar get is another name for the complaint, it usually occurs shortly after calving. It appears suddenly. The udders or one of the quarters becomes hot and pain ful, swollen and . very tender to the touch. There is fever, and other symp toms of constitutional disturbance, and the milk becomes thin and watery. As a rule the. cases are mild, and recovery takes place within a. few days. In severe attacks complications arise, such as the formation of matter or pus, and if the trouble becomes^hronic a great deal of thickening and hardening result. The treatment to be effective must be carried out as soori as the first symp toms show themselves, and . the cow keepers should give the cow some pur gative medicines— Glauber salt or Epsom salts in 6 lb. or 1 lb. doses dissolved in two pints of warm water, a little pow dered ginger ...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
I. ljength'and trtadth rf.-stack firteet, tali. -^^ w&y :between ground and-eayes, A to B,indl ' :~i'£. to C .. ? _- _. ,*. i*i , j .. ? ? -% '''- ?-:' ~$£ ' 2. Height from ground to eiives, D .to S. ??''?n ''* ?S. .Height from eaves to iMgej-E to P, aividrf'. ' '?£. by. 2, which will give the average heignt from1 [ '?.#?*? eaves to ridge. . - - ?? .^=.i Multiply the length and breadth together, and- .-?; the product by tie total ayerage height. . Di-31-''- - vide. by. 350 for old hay, 400 for new hay. ''«i*.'--y:i'a 800 for dieaf hay,' whidi wiU give the t^*ge» t. -'_ -,, '^' ? ''?'? ' Example. ' \ ' ''--,- '^v. 60 ft. r-25 ft. x l?'ft.-i*8:%ptai: - '' -? '2gj .-„? :: ? ? -~ ' '.'; - ' . lengfihV60«L -r'-'- M Height bom ground to esyes ???'-.- ?.iSBO ft. ^ ' : ~1& OS) plus half of eaves to '' '-*?x*& ritfee -6-- 17 '. .jj.ft, .-; i\T^f . ., I-.-.'-.-.. .0- ':'..«0--:ai250»aWc.Ji ,r:.^ ; -..-r sotwD aiACKs. -r53 tonS' ? :l;'T A good rule is /as folldWE:— $qua...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 4 May 1912
— ? , i5 ?Ktf«6«»- sj ? * * fr... 1 AND 2 NETTER BDI&DINGS- \ 1 (Upstairs onlyj. - . -: Comer of , «*& Hmdley and Gnesliani 5ts i' .ffinttwje^ Gresham-BtifM^ . ?* ^ c_ a3Eaenhoae437i . '^dSB^ . BOXING. - BOXING. NATIONAL ARENA, KING WILLIAM STREET SOUTH. Monday, May 6, FIMERI f. DOUGLfi.S GOOD ygBrr.TwnrA itna^.. D. WILLIAMSON. Promoter. South lostralian Football League UOSOAX, MAT 6, PDBIJO HOUDAT, Adelaide Oval. . Norths v. West Adelaide. OMPIBES— Central, Alderaey; JtoaaJhaj, Um bra and Qoiim. Hindmarsh Oval. Sturts v. West Torrens. DMPIRES— Central, Carter; Botmaaiy, HSckey and Townsend. . : Piny Stuts at 2.50. Admission— Graonds, 6d.; Eeserve, fid; extra, s H. W. A. UJHXSt,-Seaetixy. ' DEWAR'S Imperial Whisky. 'Most Excellent' ? )? ? ? ? ? ? . ? ,*»; .- THE REASON WHY THE FRANK A. McNEILL PHOTO STUDIOS, OAWLEE PLACE, Between Harrii Bcarfe'e and Simpson's, are the Busiest in the State is that once we hare the pleasure ol taking your Portrait IT IS A DEAD SURE THI...