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"PRUSSIAN LEDDER." [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

' PRUSSIAN LEDDER.' ., If there is a inorckant in new urloans ? who can sell goods at auy price he chooses to fix on them, Bubo HoffeUBtoin, who keeps a clothing and shoe store pn Poydras street, ia the man, A few days ago a customer entered his establishment and inquired : ' Have you any low quarter gaiters ?' ' Certainly, my front. I hat' any sdyle you wiBh, »nd someding dot vas ne^t. Now here vas a pair uf gaiters vat is made UL .EiU&BltLU 1UUUUT, UU IJCOb JUUU UU.I* VUU known, und I dinka doy vill suit you. Suppose you dry dem on.' ? ' ' All tight,' replied the customer. ' Vait, my frent, and I'll put .a leodlo bowder in. Now dry dem. Ah 1 vat bettor Bhoe you vant dan dat P It vits shust iB if! Bomepody takes your measure. 'It's too tight across the instep,' said the customer, rubbing the spot with hiB fingers. 'It vill sdretoh, my dear sir,' replied Hoffenstein persuasively, ' dat ledder was made expressly for sdretohiug.' _ ' Dot is nodiug ; it vill go vay do first tim...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, DEC. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

Nwwra mCuiiiviiiiil Council. Tuesday, Dec. 7. The usual fortnightly mooting of tho above named council was hold on Tuesday, 6th inst., at 7 p.m., tho wholo of the momborshonig pres ont. Tho minutes of previous mooting wore read and confirmed, on the motion of Aldermon Moss and Watson. — Tho report of the Finance Committoo, recommending paymont ofj tho wagos account and sundry itoms, amounting to £10 8s, was adopted on the motion of tho Mayor, socondod by Aldorman Elyard.— Tho Mayor reported verbally rospocting the accom modation at tho public wharf, and moved that a committee of tbo wholo council meet at tho public wharf, Nowra, on Thursday; at 11 a.m. Seconded by Aldorman Moss, and carried. — Correspondonco : Inwards— 1. From Broughton Creek Council, acknowledsmio- the recoint of throo lottors on the subject of the ferry and ferry house. 2. From tho Lands Department, respecting an application to rosumo a portion of land at Nowra for a keeper of the Public Cemetery. Outwards— 1. Mes...

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Poetry. ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

[?] KOMANOE. Son bolls in the stoeplo, ring, ring oat your ohangoB, How many soover the; bo. And lot the brown ms&dow.lark'a note as. he xangea Oome ovor, oomo over io mo. Tot bird's oleareBt oarol by loll or by swelling, , No magioal sense oonvoyB. And bolls have forgotten their old art of tnmMn Tho fortnne of f ulnro days. 'Tarn again, tarn again,' onoe they rang cheerily, While a boy listened alone ; Made bis heart yearn again, masirig so wearily All by himself on a stone. Poor bollsl I forgive yon; yonr good dayB ore over. 'And mine— they, are yet to be j No listening, no longing shall aught, aught disoovor — Yon leave the story to me; Tho foxglove shoots ont of the green matted heather, Preparing her hoods of snow ; She was idle, and slopt till the sunshiny weather— 0, ohildren take long to grow. Iwish, and I wish that tho spring would go faster Nor long snmmer bide, so late ; And I oonld grow on like the foxglove and aster, For some things are ill to wait. I wait for t...

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Bumour. CAPTURING A BEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

§ummt. CAPTURING A BEAR. JVAsi-D and fatal aooiuoubooouriuunvi.uiui son a fow yoars ago, by n toiun bolnrr ? frightonoil at a performing 1- ronohman nnd 1 Krizzly bear, andit oost tho city n (food don Sf in.'iioy to scttlo tho costs. Other towns resolved that thoy would not havo any moro ? boar porformanoon iu tho strcots. Thoro was no town that was loaded for boarH, nftor Unit ncoidont, any hoavior than La OrosHo. Tho Mayor, Jo8 Clark, woa rod hot and ho told tho Chlof of Polioo, Hatuh, novor to allow a mitu with a porforming boar to oorno into Iho town. Hatch didn't want anything bottor than a boar fight, and ho Bind ho should amilo to soo a Canadian 1' ronohman Kot up a boar danoo in that town, as long as ho walked tho strcota. Whon tho now Mayor, Smiloy, took tho oUico, ho had only ono ordor to give tho police, and that wua to koop au oyo out for boars. Thoro waa oonatornation in La Crosso on Tuesday, whon a boy oamo up to tho polioo offloo aud said thoro was a niun down town wi...

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Broughton Creek and Bomaderry Council. BROUGHTON CREEK, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

Itrouglitttit Creek ami Biomaderry JVaiiiiiciiial Council. Brouohtojt Creeic, DeoejJ»3. TnE regular mooting of tho abovo Council was hold, at 2;30 ]xm. — Presont: Tho Mayor and Aldormon Gray, Konnody, Kunklor, Sharpo, and AVilliamson.— Tho liiinutos of previous mooting woro road and confirmed. — Corres- pondence outwards comprised one letter to Mr. II. G. Morton inquiring re tho validity of a claim by Mr. Flotchor for foncing a cortain deviation of road on tho road from liroiighton Creek to Gorringong. Inwards woro from (1) PndilinL'ton Council on tho siibioct of donutation to wait on tho Colonial Socrotary re, ondowmont ; (2) from Colonial Socrotary's bffico requosting cortain statistics for tho second edition of tho Industrial Progress of New South Wales. 3,4, and 5 woro from Nowra Council on tbo subject of tho ferry. Tho clork was instructed to send replies to tho Colonial Secretary's letter, and to acknowlodgo rocoipt of lottors from Nowra. — Aldormun Kennedy directed attention ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoalhaven Mail's Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

SlNMtlliuvcn i?B»il.s' 'ffSme 'iTabBe. Leave arossVnlo ? T. W T. I'. S. Sim. a.m. Arrive Yurriinsn ... do iloilo iloilo do 2.110 mn MJUTcnfmrry. do Ho do do ito tlo fin.m: Knnir.inmVly do dn do do do do (iii.lll. CumbcwiiiT.i. do do do do do do B.ftu.m. Nowru ? do do do do do do D.5 u in. Leave Nowra ? do do do do do lon.in. Sunday, p.m AllivcToiucroiiR.... do do do do do I p.m. „ -l..')0 „ .WuuilaiMllan. do do do do do Up.iu. „ r..ilO „ Coniolii ? do do do do do 4 p.m. „ 0.80 „ Yiittoyattah..' do do do do do fip.m. „ 7.110 „ Milton ? do do do do do 0p.m. „ U „ Ulladullu ? do do do do do 7p.ni „ 10 ,, Lcuvo Ulliulnlla ? Sn jf TT'V-r''T. 1'ri. 1.30 a.m. Arrive Milton ? do do do do do do 5.30 „ YuttcyaUah.. do do do do do do 8. IS „ Conjoin ? do do do do do do T „ -VVnnd.imliim. do do do do do do O.lr, „ Xui 1101*011 [r ? do do tlo do do do lO.tfi 1( Nowra ? do do do do do do 1.80 p.m. LcuroXownt ? do do do ilu do do 1I.S0 „ Cmnbcwmra. do do do do do do 1.S0 „ Kun'rnoVlly, do do do do...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven Telegraph, The
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Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

Concert. TnE concert in aid of tho Orknoy and Shetland Islands' Widows' Belief Fund caino off, as noti fied, at Nowra on Friday night last. The woathor was fine, and though thoro wero an unusual nuinbor. of muBical entertainments that weak, — and evon several on the same night — tho attendance was good, and tho concert one of tho .bost yet givon in this district. Mr. J. Green, Mayor- ;of Nowra, occupiod tbo chair; and tho iront; soats oeing nncti, rno programme was com monccd at 8 p.m. Boforo tho programme was takon up, however, Mr. Lovegrove apologised for tho absence of Miss Lovogrovo, whoso numo was on the programme for two piano solos, and was, moreover, to havo accompanied forsovoial of tho biugora. It appoars that a tologram had boon received on Iho preceding day stating thut a near relative of Mr. Lovogrovo was dying, honco Miss Lovogrovo's absence in Sydney ; though this oxplanatiou was freely accopted, hor absence was regretted by 'tboao who know her powers as a musician. T...

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Dummying Under the 28th Section of the Minning Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

BJumoujaKtg lOuder the 28th Section of the AHiimiug Act. The following is part of Iho Herald's report of. the dobato on tho ostimatos for tho Department of Minos. Wo roprint moroly what points to tho subject which is implied in heading of this paragraph, upon which we havo for tho past two. years frequently spoko in these columns :— ,? SUPPLY — TIIE ESmtATES. Tho House thon went into Committee of Supply. Tho estimates for tho Dopartmdut of Mines woro considered. ' ' ~ Tho first estimate was — ' Dopartmont of Minos, £47,999.' Mr. M'Elhono said that tho mining regula tions woro used for tho purposo of forming a block to free soloction. In tho Uppor Hunter a groat doal of tho land was occupied under minoraj lotisos, and on tho Liverpool Plains a cortnin firm of landowners had usod tho mining law to dofeat tho provisions of tho Land Act in; this way. So, too, tho hon. member for Camdon, Mr. Garrott, had somo thousands of acros of tho publio estate, lookod up in his hands — [Mr. Garrott ...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

VriiiKtiiy\[jy:/:..'j. :. .-;. : ;-, Ox Saturday, Docom!)br 3, tho Cambowarra cricket club mot on tho Gambewarra ground to contest a match for firat'laurols, wlion, aftor a: most interesting and oxciting-Jgaino, tho palm was carried oil by tho Cainbowarriiitos; who; won by ono run and fivo wickots tosparb; --Subjoined aro tlio snoi-ns : — ? ;:. i .,-? .?:; .'.-:.;?' '. BUEEiB^'bici^^io:*'^:;^'--:' lflTlisisns. ,!-v;':' :-:2sd:lKXisaa./ ? '.- \Y. TCcnnedv, h.Fnisei- ...,.-.;...:: 1 -.b Fnuxr i...;.:...-:..'........ ,8 C. Thoi-unin.bFinser ? 8 b Friiser :........:;..V..:...;-, 0 It. Iliddulph.lbw .......?...;.... 4' o Sinclair b Kioliilrdsou -I J. Mill, b Fiaw ? '. 0 Mi']iich»nlma.V..'-...-.'..;i... .1 M. Thoinson, b TYiim-i- ? ffii -b ltiehadsoa .v..^....;..;. ' B ,T. ICennedy. b Vidlor ? :: 0' ':'? b Bira .....:...;.:........... -0 T. Biddulph, b VMlcr. ? O b HioHanlson........;...;;. ;0 C. Konneily, b Fniscr ? :. 1 o BicobHiehurdsori...... -I J. Thorbmn, bVidlcr ? 0 b Hico;...........

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Illawarra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

Illiiwarra Bi.;uHway. We oxtract tho following from the S. HI. Herald's report of the dobato which took place in Parlia ment on Mr. Lackov's motion (quoted below) on the 30th ultimo. The dobato was long and ani mated, ospocially whon tho sonior monitor for the Ui-por: Hunter,— i.e. Mr. Rosoby's convert, Mr. M'Elhono— donned his war paint. Wo havo only taken a' part of tho rampagious monitor's fulminations, but ho deliberately charged Mr. Plotchor with havinc — it would sootn about tho timo Mr. M'Blhoho profossod to Mr. Rosoby to havo changod his'viows on tho Tllawarra Railway question — givon him (Mr. M'Elhono) his word to ' stonowall' tho IUawarra Railway vote. Mr. Plotcher emphatically doniod.tho assertion. Mr. Lacky moved, — 'That this Houso ap provos of tho plans, sections, and a book of roforonco of a proposed railway from. Sydnoy to Wollongong and Kiama, laid boforo tlid.Houso on tho loth Noveinbor, 1881, in accordance- with the nth soction of tho Government Bailways Act, 22 T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

C3r Meetings to be Held. . Good Templar's Lodge meots at Nowra, .- December 22, ? 1S81, at 7 w m.: Terrara L.O.T,. moots on Friday, [date not ?supplied by Socrotary] at l.'M) p.m. ; :?. tikce SHOAL1IAVEI\T TELEGBAPH : ' JPiililislietl every Tlnirsrtny Saortiing. ? ' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1881.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

Bllawnra-a steam WavIgaiSom Compati y. TIME TABLE. _ ~ , f Every Monday, Tuesday, and From Sydnoy. j Friday night, at 11. Prom Grooivwoll f Monday, G a.m. ; Tuesday, 3 Point. ( p.m. ; Thursday, 8 tt.m. FARES : CuMij, 2©s; Return (Cnbiu), 3«h; No Pips or other Livo Stock will bo convoyed toy tho steamer leaving for Sydnoy on Tuosday afternoon. , E. MANNING, Manager. ? ' Wanted to be Sfcnown., . , XTT JONES, CollinB-stroot. Tfliiinii, lias YY . Ilorsos and Vehicles FOB. UTRE. lie is ljroparcd to run hutwoon 'VVolloiigong and Ullnclulk. 1 Also, fliat ho is a cash purchaser of Hides and „ skins in any qunntily. ' D. LINDSAY DYMOCK, Auctioneer and Commission Agentr JAMBBEOO. W. HALL, General Commission Agent, ASD FKaMuVBICE MEJIRC3IIAWff, 110, SuSSEX-STltMi'l', SYDNEY. N.'B. — Country Oidoiy prompllj- attended to. T, W. CRAVEN, Produce Merchant & General Commission Agent. , [Established 18G7.] Stores — 134, Sussex-Street. Syhsey. , Kj- Consignments respectfully solicited. AcuoKnU...

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Special Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. SUNDAY, 9.20 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

Special Telegraphic SiWcIHkciicc. (From Grcvilh's Tehijnim Company. ) Si'DNEY. Suxday, 0.20 A.jr. TrrE Jinn. Michael Pitzpnfcriok, M.P., dropped dead on Saturday aftoruoon. Tuesday, 7 p.m. ' Now South Wales Elovou, second innings 156. Tho EngliBhmon thus won tho match by 68. Wednesday, 5 p.m. In the Legislative Council, yostorday, Mr. Stewart, in moving tho adjournment of tho House, referred to tho scono at tho lato Mr. Ifitzpatrick's funeral, and said that no doubt Mr. Fitzpatrick's crimo was disobodionco of tho Churoh in tho pqrformnnco of bis Parliamentary duties ; and that tho object of tbo Priosts was to intimidate other Catholic mombers of Parliamont from acting upon thoir convictions. Such warn ing beiug--givon to.. Catholics, concorncd tho wholo comniunity, for no Catholic should bo ro turnod by any constituency ; no Catholic should bo appointod to that Houso ; no Catholic should bo a Minister of tho Crown, becau.so it was clear that they would not bo at Jiborfcy to net acco...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

;?'. 'We reprint on our fourtli pago from tho :. ' JZiriffW.apavt of tbo report of tho debate on ? , the Estimate for tko Department of Mines. Headers will seti that tlio infamous 28th scutum to which, and tho scanda ,/?'?? ...! lous abuses under it, wo havo so ; '?????. '.;'. ^ frequently rel'errod in thoso oo ?'.???.?? . umns, formed tho subjoot of a promiuent .?:?-:..., part of tho dobato. It is Ratifying to seo that, the lion, member for West Svdnov. Mr. .;.?:.?-. Martin, and Mr. Fletcher — who lias dragged . C-.-munh information on tho subject from tho '..?.-.'? . now head of tho Mines Dcpnrtmont — have V ; ' pronounced so emphatically on tho '?' swindles ' that havo boon perpetrated ? ? ,,i under. tho 28th clause. Tho lattor promises :;:;:,,. to bring tho whole question before tho ..:,:.. „;,-,,; House during tho next session of Parlia ': ..;' ment; whon ho will compel tho Government ^ '. to resist the motion which ho will introduco, ? ?'-:;?:? or wink at tho swindlos which ar...

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Household. TAKE LIFE CHEERFULLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

§mit%tt!ib. TAKE LIFE OHEERPULLT. Thebe aro great numbers of x-i;op'o ot both saxes who livo in aeon' tHualntutosphcr' of delight in being unhappy ; they ocom to boo ovcrytliintr through a jauiuiicod or otherwiso diaontod vision ; thoy judgi', woigh, nnd mousuro everything in propor tion as it him boarini; ujjon their peculiarly morbid uttito of fooling. Tho man will novor havo dono grumbling and mourning ovor the louo of Homo trifle1, and will norrlcot manv moro timosit^ valtm in soino purt-s of bis busiuuus, apparently for tho delight in nursing tho recollection of a Iosb or an injury. Wholesome, Hmoly rogrot is good, is a part of all manhood aud womanhood, but not tho foolish offott to pcrpotuato the regret or sorrow after duo consideration should have laid it aside. Cheerfulness is tho next thing1 in lifo to godliness, and instead of making kcepsakoi1 of injuries dono us by accidents or dosign, lot ub lay away tho yesterday's troubles with our cast-off clothing, as having dono i...

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The Illawarra Railway Vote. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

The Jllawarrn Railway Vote. In tho Legislative As6ombly, yesterday, on a a division of 54 to 11, tho House approved of tho plans and sections and books of roforenco of tho proposed railway from Sydnoy to Wollongong and Kiama. Thoy havo now to bo approved of by tho Logislativo Council, and whon that has boon dono tho Gorormnont may cauao tho lino to bo nmdo. As it is not likely that tho Uppor Houso will opposo so usoful a work, which has boon approved by tho representatives of tho people, it is reasonable to oxpoct that in a very short timo the Govornmont will bo in a position to call for tondors for tho construction of tho lino. Tho discussion which took pines yesterday shows how bitter and porsonal somo mombors can bo. It is impossible to construct a lino of railway between any two givon points without bonofiting somo individuals in a special degreo ; but no sonsible man would lofuso to carry on an important public work booauso it would bring exceptional good foiinnn to a fow. Tf s...

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REPUBLICANISM (THREE GENERATIONS.) FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

REPUBLICANISM (THREE GENE RATIONS!. PIEST. Squibe Cecil, at hia high-arched gate, Stood with his son and heir j Around him spread his rich estate, Near rose hiB mansion fair. And when a neighbour, ragged, sad, Unlearnocl, passed that way, : Tho father turned, and to the lad : These kindly words did say : ' Thorb goes poor Muggins 1 Ah, my son, How thankful we should be ; That our republic gives a chance . To fellowB such us ho 1' THIRD. Miss Muggins blared in jewelled light, ; And swept in silken sheen ; : Her courtiers thought a maid bo bright ? And beauteous ne'er, was seen. ; Aloft sho held her haughty head, Surveyed her Paris clothes I .' Aod I must patronise,' she said, , ' 'I Miss Ceoi), I Euppose. , i .' 'She's poor, she teaches, has no stylo 1 '-..,. In, Europe, now — but oh ! In this republic we're compelled ' ? -To 'meet all kinds, you know I' .,,?.., — Seribner's Magazine. A: Deaqoon's Bba.veey. — At a recent : review of Austrian cavalry by tho Emperor . and EmpresB, an e...

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Mr. W. F. Martin on the Darling Harbour Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

Sir. W. F. Mnrfiu on the Darling Harbour Business. Though, we havo not been able to givo space to any more details than what appeared in our telegrams, respecting the compensation sought from tho Governmont by Mossrs. Lucas, M.L.O., T. Garrott, M.L.A., and others, for land resumed for railway and wharfage purposes at Darling Harbour, Sydney, probably most of our ., v-rcadors will ere now bo more or/.leiis acijudintod with such facts as have come to' light. In com menting on tho vote of the House on tho pro posal to implicate or consider Mr. Garrott a, being implicated in the Milburn Creek affair3 we implied that it was not so much that they bo lioved the hon. member to bo free from blame that caused hon. members to vote against tho motion of censure on the member for Oamden, as that they considered . other members not im peachod, and making higher profession of political and porsonal honesty, wore equally deserving of public opprobrium in matters which could not bo mentioned. Tho ho...

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miscellaneous. A WONDERFUL BANK. THE ONLY MAN WHO EVER FOUND THE BANK OF MOROCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

^imUmum. A 'WONDERFUL BANK. THE ONI/Z SIAN WHO EVEIt FOUND THE BANK .OP MOItOCOJ. Adams & (Jo. and tho Adams Express Company did a very profitable business in receiving from brokors and others notea of the several bunks of the country ,snd presenting them for redemption, ohargiiig double rotes for this business. At that timo there was a olaEB of banks in Indiana known as frco banks. Any person who oould purchase SO.OOOdoIs. worth of bonds oould deposit them with tho Auditor of Stain and mnoivn that amount tin bank notea ready for oirou lation when signed by the bank's president and cathier, and these notes were redeemable only at tbo counter of the bank. It was an objeat, therefore, for the bankers to plaoo the bank where it would be diffioult to get at, and then loan out itB notes and let thorn circulate as monoy. Under instructions I kept three or four men ready to start on a moinem't; notice to hunt up theee banks and present thoir notes. Many of them were loomed in towns...

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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven Telegraph — 15 December 1881

RECIPES. Orange Salad— Oranges thinly slioed and freed from seeds — dressed wicn lemon juice and salad oil, one-fourth of lemon jaico to three-fourths of oil, with a dust of cayenne pepper — combine novelty with merit ; especially ia orange salad excellent with cold game or roaso pork. Lemon Salad — Lemon saiad ia similarly prepari'd, with tho addition of lettuce, vuibkunj' iiuaubu uuu ULlUUy II LIU CUJXLU sprigs of fresh mint or tarragon. Caledonian Cbeam — Two ounces of raspberry jam or jelly, two ouucea of red currant jelly, two ounces of sifted loat sugar, the whitrs of two egga put into a bowl, and beaten with a spoon for throe quarters of an hour. TIur makes a very pretty cream, and is good and economical. Luncheon Cake — Take one and a half pounds ot dough, ono-hulf pound enrrants, one-halt' ounce caraway seeds, six ounces sugar, two or throo egga and one-half pound clarified drippings or butter. Spread out the dough ou the pastoboard, roll it well out, rub in tho currants an...

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