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A QUERY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

I ,r~*~TO.THE:,EPXT9R. ", dil" *f,+,.a SIR;C ri~ a you rinfdrioc me whichi ire the f"our iiiost2'influehtia1l paper' in Vie ;toria?, 'riyou relý,i~epends i, iHease' street, 2TttrFebruary.l t j i ~Ti Qnue'n5,cff, , bentiniel, erg is, AGe, and Telegrapl."Ec1. $eiitinel4}" -S I

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURIOSITIES OF CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

CURIOSITIES OF. RICKET. Cricket itself 'is a curiosity to most foreigners. French; Spanish, and Portuguese writers, besides thosei of other countries, have describedit withl ewildering vagueness and misleading exaggerations. A Spaniard, *ho desired'to make his fellow-countryfnan familiar 'with the game, said:. ( Two ~iosts are placed at a great distance from one another. The player close to one of these posts throws a large ball-to.the other·,partyr, who awaits the ball, to 'seid. it far' with: a small slitick ivitlh whichi he is larmed ;'the other players then run to look for. the ball, and while the search is going on, the' party who struck it runs incessantly from.. post to post." This is only.pat of the descriptioi ; Sbut the,rest is much' like it. 'If'wedid 'not know that cricket was. tie subject of the sketch,:ire should think the writer was ek plaining some.game with which we are not familiar in this country. - But crickt; has its curiosities; and scarcely a season passes wit...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ATTENTION! TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

.!f 0 TO THE EDITOR ' Si ,V-Y itors?-ecoiipllaii that they 'are 'kept istikndinig a tli door 'of St. George s: Cdliurih ai ,o tme" before thev? are, attendedotor;, agcconinodated with i seat. :I-owv:ais thin? Such ni1ect' ad; id' discouresy~iends to' drive pepl" vil;aya a eitli doeant rie S ::.'. ... ; . ... j'"!. :l q,;,ti' "." ': '?' ? ?,.q plenish the ccuch;?ers-- Youriis,; &., .I: ai. t . 'f7 I . iýN .S .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ACTING IN EARNEST. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

ACTING IN EARNEST.' Nowadays, weeping plays are not. quite so popular as formerly. At one time, people seem to have frequented the theatre evi dently as much to be made sorrowful as to be amused; and when a particularly touch ing incident was' represented, pocket-hanud kerchiefs were plentifully brought into requisition, As often as Mrs. Siddons appeared on the stage, she worked upon their sensibilities so earnestly, that they would be in momentary 'expectation of shedding tears as a matter of course.' As an amusing instance, therefore, of mistaken pathos, Mr. J. Creker.Wilson tells thestory of a lady, who wept all through 'Mrs. Sid dons?'Rosaioid, in As? You Like It, tlinking it was 7dne 'Short? " ' , Edmund Kean was wont to, portray his characters with terrible force.. It: has been stated that when whetting the knife in the Merchant of. Venice, the great tragedian:was 6:' terribly 'in' earnest, that Youiig, who played Antonio, used to tremble for his very life I A parallel story t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"TO BE CALLED FOR" (Continued.) III. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

(Continu . 4` , -" III:. . · . , . The host of the Flying Fish did not re cover from the fright or the malady which had seized him. He was one remove nearer to the end of his time now; I knew as well ai possible that he would never want his ,' rutehes any :more, and that one of.. these fine days or nights °he would be sailing clean away. He knew it himself, I think, though the dootorxhad .not-warned, him:' - The "doctor had left it to me, who was not likely to be a good hand at. lieaking .to the old man such news as that, and who did not care to tell him, andethoight'it was as well not to tell' him,; as it was not likely to do him any good. I did ask'limn' if he'd like to see the parson, and he swore at. me with such easyfluency for the, suggestion, that I thought for a miiute or two' he was getting rapidly better, Butbhe wound up:inia milderfasbion. - ? Parsons .ain'tany. goo. to. m, "he said, "are tbi'~ ?i? "s. ' .' '1 ' . S-. ' . elliI don't!think they are much.? , "I always hate...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW THEY MARRY IN HOVADOM. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

HOW THEY ]MARRY IN HOVADOH. Mr. Garnet Walich (the travelling corre. spondent of The Argur, Melbourne) thus writes of how they conduct their weddings in Madagascar They marry early in this country.. At 12 a boy of good family has become emanci pated from ,parental control, or nearly so, and occupies in his father's house a position that would only be accorded to an English youth at 20. If visitors are present he joins in the conversation with perfect freedom, and is listened to with attention. He enjoys his tobacco, has equally forward chums, a personal attendant, writes letters, and pays visits. Should he happen to confer the latter distinction upon you, he will sit and put questions to you which you would your;. self bhlih to ask an English lad of 10years old. ),At. 14, or even earlier, this young, -hopeful takes unto himself a wife, and sets up an establishment. His courtship is coniducted somewhat after themfollowihg fashion: Having become smitten with the charms or some particu...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ESPLANADE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

oH-7¼ Ii I l"i· ll· oisIis Kirk apid~fan ltr. '(+ i iý' r;,;t Tlio lhswu M~oreo ameljº,:{,i;ý'zttib ,-,-G 'Moorcand e adughters.)l erti it!tt:tz.J S}?)i13` anti ! Iiatt~ewst ;ntqui .4!!;n ri[ v J. C Jolhnstone anud; so¶ ,('is iiisrCair,ýx9 t''5 i1Za ni t'egrty {e3S 3soylb,' HRy~re dgaý Dwyar, Keen -t: ~ jin (ArI;-lai·aer Boy, icuonald, f aiess ; r -[ ,rr "'r~'}it.11r r~t3.ýrrir,": 'r, Df# .. .f ,.le e i

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VISITORS' LISTS. GRAND HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

;'lisp $Irvo)S' jLIST SI .. l::31)'9'and' -oier housres are regudeted ;ilf in 3 iiu ;their : · I e~iselý, . s oi'7a ý8 *ii'bThtitsday afternoon.... , ·- r; HRrib iaud Mrs Stpwarfan4 i: ily,:,.!,1 :!A : Mills. :an d Mrs: 'Pr Mtoobray, : A, ' Badne, rrs4Pso6usr J clYrvt p A U. nudi =)s,,rs.C umnniig, At1ýGeejt iler . ýf"ýl1isses.-Watson,. -Green,, golomon (2); ball;';Robed (2), Peck,, iHutlns, SlWawi·k·iNoblG t:! X4escrs D. Watterson, J Thiionpon; Cam-; 1bell, U:`"Jones,"Cornwall, Stewart;j C. Smith, Madden, Walker, T. W T'l'dson, M. MB Thomson, W Drake, º Meeg i Soiithwvell F L. Roberto1 - J; t. Andrews, Moubriv,` E 'lliot " loss,J. ,P M'midden, C-Ross, Giondona, ,V a Shlilelda S !1'1 .:. `ý 3 f:- S, ~ 'fl" :Sn~.e + t1!Jt' ý

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

''' UJEEINSCL~ IFe F tRACE.r MEETING ?t j. it , pup . .ft9o" .. 9. , . : ; j ,i: ,'."' .. .: S Robt. Smilye W,'r~e . iillieh Joseph GOoslii John Horn Shos. Arkins- , Keirr . Sheeha ; Geor e Adimians blerik of Course: JIames Sniithl handicapper:: Jas.. Wilson; St. Albtis. r.o .> -nd, ge, loiiT?.hoi Cumming, M.i L. n f ,1.° , +Start r. ---'-- ' : " . sIaTreasurer:?.Thos: Arkins r "qr ; 't R- .'? O Q RAM 31A E ,. ,a' " ' AIDEN ,PIi`TE,?'' agominahtionh, 1 . Abhut o oe mile Of 20 sovs., for all horses With' winning.., p pulihcmoneyi in one;stakeito carry. !71b ' extra, £30 141betfia,- £60 211b extra':All !~" oporses'mistt b? iibomitiated' by' ftadies. 1 eWeight fr'age` About thrie?wuerters ?dof' • ",:I '? .`I :, rll. ,· '??i ,'l '71 ,Ti!'? ,r :. . -Of 90 svsB. for allhorses ,Nominationi15s;: * f..19 sovs:; for a l .1larses (theirl bol eiti e O fr n iii I c1'31' 1''"1. " n e ? ,o n ih n /° re fingk}n the Bo 'uh f6ortwo r-q 1t er. P' . f,,,o . .!i. , . months prior tothli? ice, three t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BAILLIEU HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

r."· v'··i·jlr ~i· l . . &it oJd-ri tfliu ir rR b 1.b:'l:i ii:: ~ .d b:..t.; ylt ~ : t y: andirY IrBoyd par ih; aud f! aljy Ift Ic(6 t 'll ti R~- Clarke }} ýtsý'ý i'ýi1.ti) i: l'tli..(JýLýY".'"! ,a.'r i 1 tii: +?'( ý;::t'7t i 'r },. r.SAS"" 0,lII :g ;,7osej112 ( t: ilt '"'?; tr.;':.;·i, ai: .,ý;1a:I't_'s ij t sý ,: ýs!?Boyd·:::( i -il::k7++;iw `YI,;. :~ l 4; 011 c!e3-!y; ib!pul;,-. nlrr; ene er,;1`ejer +t?.:^>I j' :'.'l' h's~tr:' n i+'1:, Ir;+"~ i.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE SALVATION ARMY. OFFICERS' MONDAY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

THE SAL'VATION .:,I~Y. * FF!·LCEJ~s':PaSREPORT. q be lJ1e4 jjp eeordin gto-tbe follqwi " jug directions41 s', i *lj:li jl'I '''' "'. fuii '. Of "Qpen ý+Niufiibier of hours' 8pa'I1i~st,ýe,ýisc ,;, I"i ''~ ll; ( 1 jri t ~j!!: I lr !ý .. .PO4... :ia .. :: .:r + .- . I .'s) i?+ Numb'~r o f -fmirieQ fisid 1astweok ·-· lllfi +!j!;; :"' - ,! -I"--i; 4 :ri; I 1L. fi f "(: trl~ti tf ii Wa'ss To1r~ha fll ftlon $unday 'niht ?'" How n~yi wºei presort at .principill! wknight indoori inei._s ,', * 7Prisciiers t~kop la~st:wek.+_-:,'-, :ji,:;.: i umlieu pf+ iittle:F. $di~rs, t;e1-tigga, 'Whq~iooilnt1rieidS ,Ytii h `^iif a 'i4 JIýw' miroy : ¢hjldrwj' inreson1ii i jlhe A Ri jQ fft~rings yesterdonv., To tAi.amourin1it cFlincomr e fo t1`e week,' 'i:s anay 4`' i r QiyQ~ "dt "' sell, Whtis10'. entire' anmouvnt,` ef -1Ibilityy ~r p,-enses;, ecept~usalary ?;..., wI hj'h ry did ra~v? "Sif` ", r. :;:t;.f41 -.ý"~ iiJý..j ?...r ..,týýr ,'t: ýf, F JHvý yotu, any:^otyr hn ohowrnuch? 'ji týJ ned) .............

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Wit and Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

A?lecture was recently delivered in Buffalo on "The Birds of Buffalo," and there wasn't a word in it about the dear little ducks of that city. Cincinnati girls console themselves for slip ping on the ice by saying that they belong to "sidewalk skating clubs." ..But soft! what light through yonder.window breaks ? It is a snowball; and yonder goes a ?on of a glazier. A man,troubled with :sleeplessness can cure himself by pretending to do duty as a night watchman. Ani exchange 'calls a miner's labor a'" vein 'effort." It is equally true that a brickmaker's labor is often a few-tile effort. , The editor of the Marlborough, Mass., Times saw Mark Twain recently, and says-of.him: "Below his necktie Mr. Twain is as personable and presentable a man as any. The terror is all above his head. A little way off he has the appearance of having on the shako of a Hunga rian grenadier, and reminds .one of a thistle in bloom." A British Columbian wag substituted a greasy-looking copy of "Gulliver's Tr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

tJ .FMEDY ; FRET I--Avictim of :r ?ýyouithfulaimprixdence causing Pro n? re Decay, Nervous Delbjity ';Lo s levery known .remedy, h.a? discovered a :simple self-lure,i` whichr he will send FIR tE ':uf 0ei Q: w io ferei sa *. f .Adj' LE?J H, REEVES;:: Esq ; -43: Chauh ,, sretý ,.Nw ork. City, That gusianld of Hire is tihree tihes the man lie v:as before he began usihig Well's Health Reneier.' Druggists. Moses. Moss, and Co., Sydney, general 8n~itjclu roaelies ?" ??t el-.bugA~, r:;rats'._ mice. g'pdier-, jack-r ablts cenrc?d?oi, t by Rouh ahl.i=I Hdll?itvy ',Oent' t.,?- B4 .legs' woundd", u1cr9 and ;al descrrpt oist. :o sores' at cureti bytlie -proper iid dili gentt iUse of these ¶inestlmuble }i?epara* tianrs To attemptto cure bad 1egs : plasiei g , the edges of :the :wound together is' folly,? for should the skin u it, a hgyx; diseased condition re mi?ins º underieath, .to break out .ivith tenfold i? ry 4i few days? 'Theoily ratial?d4 permanent :teatmenti. a: indjcatedliy?:natere, ist...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A WORTHY MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

A WORTHY MO1T'. A gentleman litm Healdsburg Informs us that a Fruit ;Growers' Association has been formed in that town, composed of those interested in fruit culture, who have "spotted" every diseased tree in a limited area, and propose to use every legitimate means to have them removed, root and branch. Phis is a move that should meet with the warmest encouragement, and similar societies should be organised in every fruit-growing section. The question of fighting fruit pests is the most important one that fruit and vineyard men have to meet, and thorough and complete organisation in eachjsectionwill de more to relieve the evil than all the power of the State, disseminated over such an extensive area as it is, can possible do. Only a few days ago a gentleman stated in our office that he was afraid to set out the orchard he had planned to, because a neighbour did not attend to disinfect ing his orchard as he should. A combination in. each. neighbourhood would accomplish wonders in a ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

QUEINSQUFTI? DO4QVIQ The follo'ying obs.evations on the Olinate ¢ontai., all the information that can be de: .e tal.to, ' .orfits:semi-in ular.si.na ion i ..- ' .... srfa anid'ism att urn Qucenscliffe possesses a v-ery mili- dr ,nti reabl? ciiiate;. Ice'ha neverc een seendlur~ig tistlistoiryQi387. y er1,,and,1ooa: lr ost- inr Raru ihiqt 'nxnme lheldat tei nsi i Itar ,il ; i a S rnr_ ,a lesui'ale f lace f inyg, dp ,lid easpeccjly st iosp c 3i=finm chihomph:itiaeions'and dis cases'' for wlih hi utiset c a o tiahivev 4 piropc"!t. e g.,lel frod .the siirro}tndig 's are reconiuedy Its,~v;sle as 7 sati~l u~., tljaS'aid ibeen',icreai sed sinco .the:establisnh fnict ;'oft9 Clifton If'ilu Slii xns whuili1l' are situated W , ljth u Eaur s,ripy o ida t thirinatS,. arCOle prectt wbol Pared0 for. T hnlybceqte, SLetzer, Li·getO5an Spl atdir- fth&'ioducts of so many buabblin port underhthv able nanematofMr]Kse. a well=kuown "i actcatl chemist; Wheni fullyi: o. iiletd t.hh estabhshmeunit ms...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Attention! [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

,aptalna. nare=requested f read ,over: thesierulede beforeillingin the.report. .."j . lBejaie aU i gi'e ,the nuiber of your corps. ; Do not foxgetlthlo, date;l 9. 2. n . n fiber o hoiurs engaged in visiting, qoing 9opllyI,,a p b SSo imnany cottage Mneetings,' ' So' many funerals,' &c., but giie us the actiul hours of vialting as well, 3. eiinsurweili?'thlqe`~t?or''que ',nHow ; ,: ?,:? --- ·,? --.:? ??!?!:-:" . . - ....,: · ;~ m7nyý w ere pai-esent aF:ith r-.epin-cipa' WYeelrl t lt. Seirices?'vhen l ;you': say;: half fil or er'niiue4 to excess" fve also' the nune 4. E[n gi Ingthe n mbsi = ofr mair; C'rys sold ve SIsq 4he nwuber of dozens. t ' : , ." Y;: : . o. 'Ie sn1 luv very quee tion fully . Hfte sh aea l sneqwe t s. -fie Mon L'C..*:t ·..

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Seasonable "Mis"-Take. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

A Seasonable:' Mris"-Take. i Good evening, ladies,"' smiled: young Mr: Trimble, entering the room with bashful en thusiasm, and confronting 'the three Miss Wummersleys. "I haven't come this' time without the mis " , "The mistletoe 1' cried the youngest Miss Wummersley. ' "H e's going to kiss us I" shrieked the second Miss Wummersley. ,'fThe; dreadful creature !, squealedi the eldest Miss Wiummei ley.' And they took flight; "'' Young :Mri:Trimible:went crimson to the roots, of his pale: hair, ,but at last, he sum moned up, courage to go" out.,into.the hall; where he could hear.the souid of suppressed gigiing.: .. "-Ladies, I'' assure, you I: have ,merely brought the mis,; ." ' :The eldest Miss Wummersley. fledto her maiden, bower and locked herself in;' the secoid 'Mis: Wiimmersley'retreated to the kitchen;:'and -ilaced'herself under ;the pro. tectioin'of` the; cook:and:hpusemaid..,,, But the youngest Miss Wummersley, poor; frightened little thing, had onl??presence of mind':ench gle...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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HEROES OF SONG. WHERE THEY COME FROM AND WHAT THEY ARE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

HEROES OF "SONG. w ERaE THEY COME FROM AND wUAT' TEY ARE. The tenor is generally a cooper, a baker, a cabman or a tanner, who has been caught singing over his tubs, his hot rolls or-his hides. Why is a tenor so rarely a law student, an architect or an apothecary's as sistant? This problem is one for physiolo gists to solve. The only thing quite certain is that thetenor is never a. prodigy of learn ig.; G~rasmar'ebspecially perplexes him, orthography dires him to despair. He there-? fore adopts a phonetic system of his own in 'ventiobn.":Let him:take:lessons, then," you say. Very good ; but taking lessons in spell ing is a confession that he cannot spell. His ,prestige would suffer. What would the. idolatrous crowd think of the idol on learning that in a letter to his' mother he had written : " Hevery mornin' i heat a raw hegg for the sake of my elth." And his fellow-singers in the greenroom? Wouldn't they make fun of him? Consequently the tenor abstains from writing; or, if absolute...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural, &c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

--:ii BRIEF NOTES. A good stiff brush should supplant the use of the curry comb in every well regulated stable; the latter is too harsh. .If the horses are regu larly groomed the brush is sufficent. Corn is very rich in starch, and animals fed long on it are sure to suffer from some derange ments. Bran or oil cake fed with it will aid the digestion and act as a corrective. Common roofing felt makes a cheap and durable lining for a poultry house. Besides adding to its warmth, the tar in. the felting is unpleasant to the insects which may infest the brood. A.remedy for diphtheria in horses (the cough ing up of pieces of light gray, jelly-like phlegm), is to give chlorate of potash in two drachm doses and feed bran mash with a pint of linceed in it. There is no practicable remedy for a hard milking cow. The trouble is caused by a defect in the teat, the milk ducts being too small for the easy passage of the milk. It may, however, disappear as the heifer grows larger, and by patient mil...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 1 March 1884

Apple fritters make a nice enerfe to beservld with roast duck. A variation in the ordinary custard eake is to add the meats of hickory nuts to the boilUfn custard. Madeira-nut meats are also used, and are a pleasing addition. When cooking oysters, be perfectly sure that .there are no tiny bits of shell left in; it will spoil the good effect of all if one piece is left on which the confiding victim shuts his teeth. Nice rolls are made of two teacups of sweet milk,.two eggs, three and a half .cant sups of flour, sifted, of course, a good pinch of alt. Bake in very hot gem pans, in a quick oven. One way to prepare onion flavoring for a vege .table soup is to take a large onion, remove the outer skin, then stick cloves into the onion, and bake it until it is nicely browned. The peculiar flavor thus gained is relished by the epicure. A BREAKFAST DISH.-A good dish for , breakfast is made by chopping pieces of cold boiled or fried ham just as fine as it is possible to chop them; mix them w...

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