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APPLE AND SAGO PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
APPI'L AND SAGO) PUDDING. llb. fine sugo. 1ib. currants. 6 cooking apples, 1 oz. butter, 2 ozs cnstor sllgur, half a lemon. Mlethod.-tl'ut the sago into ;a stewpan with "t cupfuls of cold water, andi boil till the sago be comes transpanreott, stirring all the time; next. add the thin rind of half n. lenon, the currants, anti the sulgar. tlttter pie dish, put in the nappltle (treviolsly peeled. crral, nnd sliced)cl , nllnl itotr over these the sugo lreparttiton. PItt the remain dler of butter in small bits on the toup, and btake until the apples are tender'. Serve with a good cus ttard.'
A GREAT HISTORICAL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
A GREAT HISTORICAL WORK. Dy the publication of what has been happily described in the preface as "the birth certificates of a nation," the library com mittee of the Commonwealth Parlia ment has Inaugurated the collected publication of the Historical Records of Australia. These "birth certill cates" consist of a series of litho graphs of original documents connste ed with the foundation of settlement and the establishment of Government and civilisation in Austral!a. Firsi we have the oaths of office taken by Cap tain Phillip with all the quaint archaic phraseology of the period. To readers of the twentieth century he sug gestions of the dynastic and sectar;an struggles through which the nation had recently passed, and whch were still agitating men's minds, must seem strange as they are disclhed in the curious special oaths of abjaration and abjurance Governor Phflllp and his officers had to take. Replicas of officieal documents connectad with the establishment of the church, our firs...
CURRANT MARMALADE PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
4 ozs. 1,renad Crllulll, 1 07.5. sluet, 2. onr. sug;r, 4I ozs. nila'nrnlae, . 4 ozs. currants, 2 ozs. flour, 2 eggs, j ticupful milk. Method.--Mix nil tile ingerdients together; grese a pludding Ibusin or InouhtI w'ith butter anid |dust with asgatr. Put in the mixture, cover -ith gre;sed. paper, anid steam 3 hours.
ARMY HORSES FOREIGN PURCHASES PLEASE [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
ARMY HORSES FORnEI(;N 1'URCIIASES PLEASE Corrrespondennce htween Colonel See ly., thle Secretary for War. and Lord Esher, chairman of the County of Lon 'Ion Territorial Force Association. on the suppl'y t horses for the Army was mode public by the War Ofllce (says '"'he Daily 'Mall"). Lord Esher maintains that "On a general mobilisation every available hor.e that could be purchased volun tarily would be required for tne Army. None would remain for the use of the Territorials.' This Colonel Seely de scribes as a "complete delusion.'" Colonel Seely denies that the increase in motor vehicles has led to such a decrease in hormes as to jeopardise the success of a moblllsatlon. Arrange ments have been made for an annual military census of the "horse popula tion." This enables the War Ofice each year to watch the variations. "'m, meet the total requirements of all tl'e military forces on a general mobillsatlon," Colonel Seely nays. "some 140.00 homres of all kinds are required: In Great l3...
BROWN BREAD PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
BIROWN lRllEAD I'PUDDING. I! stl!te Ibrownl breal, -4 zs. flour. 4 o0s. mloist sugarl, lb currants, 4 oes. 'hopped beef, suet, Steasploonful ground giqger, 1 oz. linly ey lhopped candicled orange peel, I teaspoonful baking powder, 2 eggs and a little milk. M.ethodl.-lItenove the crust fromt the hread, andl cllt the soft part into slices, then soak in milk and water till quit.? soft. Press out tile moisture and put thle bread in to I buasin, adding to it the abouve named d ry ingredients. Ieat up the eggs witIh a little milk anl naix thlorolghlbv with the above. Fill the mixture into ibutt.:red mloulds, tie over with ta letted clotlh, and lroil or steCn, for about 2 hours. 'erve writh currantt .satce.
DRINK AND DRIVERS' WITS [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
DRINK AND DRIVERS' WITSI A verdict of "Manslaughte-" was re turned yesterday by the Coronflr's iu:Y at the inquest on the two victlms of the motor-lorry accident in the Old IKent road last week (reports "Th - Daily News." December 3). The jury expressed the opin!on that the driver of the lorry, a man named George Clevett. "drove at a rapid speed whilst under the influence of drin!k." Several witnesses described the pac" of the lorry (a brewery vehclde) as et cesire or reckless, but one witness. a.n L.C.C. tram conductor, did not con sider that the driver was to blhtame. while others declared that he did hib best to avoid an accident Interesting evidence was given in support of the allegation that Clevet. was under the Influence of drink. A constable who arrested him after thl accident declared that the man was drunk-that he was very unsteady. smelt strongly of drink, and was very thick in his speech. Another police wit ness-ndded that Clevett looked dazed tie did not attribute his c...
SOME TRIED RECIPES. CURRANT SODA CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
.!i? 1I TlElDUi ' IRtIPES. 'CUtA.\NT SODA C(:AKE. 1 Ih flour, j T clurronnts, : ih brown or moist sugar, ? hb butter, 2 eggs, 2 teaspoonfuls tre?cle. :1P taspoon ful hi-carbonate of s??da, I pint miilk. Method.--tix the holr an;td l'soda. rulb iii the butter, add .sugar and currants, then the treacle, milk, and beaten eggs. Beat all well to gethrr. till in two well-lettered cape inoulds, and bake in at moderately hot oven for atbou4t 1 hou-rs.
CONCERNING A LOAN MONEY-LENDERS' CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
CONCERNINfi A LOAN -Mq)N-E'Y-LENDERS' CHARGE At tlhe instance of a money-lender, "Mr lantiel TVm. Cartan-Lcee, barrios ',r-:at-law, of Paper Buildings, T['mplh, was summoned at Bow street :..:2trd:ly (reports "The Dally Mail." I' -embor 19) for obtaining credit for imrel thlan £20 without disclosing the l,:t thitt hlie was an undischarged o,. ort ].ript. It was alleged that in negotiating I lan of £1-00 (for which a bill for 5,0O0 payable in six months was given) :,?.e defendant told the money-lender. : Mr Swyers, that he had not been bI:nkrupt Tile bill had not been Mir Swyers, in cross-examination by 1Mr Iluntley Jenkins, admitted that a .tat?ement In a circular he issued that he was "'a retired business, gentle 'nan" was not true. Some of the t'stimonilals in the circular were flcti lous. HIe had not said to a Mr Bal :antyne that all he wanted was to revenge himself on an Englishman 'Ls he had a brother-in-law who had Ieen deported. "Truth" had de eribed him as "One of those harp...
Disappearance of Diesel. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
Disappearance of Diesel. Dr. Itirel. the inventor of the til-etigite hearing hii nmtnte, is like ly to remain an ttnfath;tnJahrle manys tery. 't'he doctor was on his way t? L.,ndololl irtlnl c1alnt to attend the anal;ll geterall mtt._ting of the sharehetters )f the CJnsolilatedl Iie.tel Elngine .1an lmi.tctturers, and was ncconlpaniedl by Mr.. -corge Cnrels. n director of the rtapany. T'tly were on hoard the (reat East ern Railway's steamner "Dresdlen," atlid nt .Itont tetn o'clock at night the s.elparatet and retired-;ns was sullpos'edl--to tlleir respective cabins. In the ornitg. when the steamer -was Inearlr IIitrich. it was tiiscover edl that DIr. Iiesel's t, l had not heell slept in, althouth his cluth itng was found to tIe arranged in it t.anner that suggestet that he had prepared to go to Ile?. A bhuneh of keys hulng fromn hIis handbag, and his watch was pIlaced il a elevated Iitior). so' that he mtight hIe able to see the time as he lay iln Ihei. A thlorortltgt sarlch of the...
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. SIR.--I have read with much" amusement the tennis correspon deace in your paper. To an on looker the whole thing is deci dedly funny. One knows that all country tennip clubsare apt to fluctuate according to the membership and the keenness of the members. " Mr Lyon aipears to have written a rather interest ing letter in the first place w.lthout the intention of hurting . anyone's felings, and he has' done something to stir up. a rather sleepy community. Is. there any harm in that ? Rather let us be grateful-tohim. Asan : old memlier of the Harkaway club myself I was sorry to see it dragged through the gutter, for_ everyone knows what it was in-. its day, just as eireryone knows what Berwick was, though cer tainly at-the present time both clubs seem ;o be in a state of depression, and I regret to.state ., that Harkaway's reason is not the one Mr Drew puts forward. I hardly think he is the only old. player resident in the district, Miss Drew, Miss. Wanke....
The Earth's Heart-throbs. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
The Earth's Heart-throbs. This earth of ours is hby no leans "olid or firm. The .olid, part ,n which we isalk and Ibulil and in ,hich we btilrrow is only a shell covering a mlultell t olk. Anl this shell throfbs with mnany and divers tmotions, to say klnothintg of the earthquakes and crupltionsf that every now and then shatter and shake it and rip it open. -rtnne of these Iltiolls are regular and rhythmic. 'Twice a nla\ the moon lifts an'i lets fall not only all the waters of the surface hut also all the enntinrnts annd rlut)llnrtatllns andI rities. IEvery nlightt shock lpass5: througlt the Pnrth. Srisnumngraphs (earthquakte registering instrulnienta) are now so dteli-a te that they register the hatitnerinig if a horse's hoofs ifponi ii road iuites away, whlile every hreaker uplmn thle heanh writes the rord th rort the shock it itifpirts to tiIe earth. ('ertain i arts of tlte Parth are steladily rising higher atova the sea, while other tnrts are slowly sllb siling. S?unletimes these...
DANDENONG MARKET. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
DANDENONG IIARKET. YESTERDAY. Mestrs Adamson, Srrettl, S& Co, Joseph Clarke and Co. and Alex Scott and Co. conjoinldy report : A heavy supply of milkers and springers yarded and good qual ity cows sold at a slhght advance on last week's 'rates. while me dium sorts were dull. Prices ranged from LLi 7s 6d to L8 2s ;d. For springers prices ranged from L7 10s to L9 2s Gd. Fleshy and store cattle at late rates. Pigs to 79s 6d Calves to 59s 6d, The Berwick. Ladies' Social'. cIlub will hold a dance' n Wed- - nesday next. ...
Faithful Schoolmistress. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
Faithful Schoolmistress. 4. A recelnt book entitlPed "l,'s 'oll'c tins of a Mlissionary in th,. :reat West.," giles a pathetic story of a little schoolhmistress whol, was faith fil to the endl. She ha.d Ieen visi. ing, and. with a ldozen or more people. was caught by a tremnen dous cyclone. They were in a house whllich stood on the. edge of a high tlmiT. The house was wrecked, andl every innmate but one-killed. 'This surviver said that the family were at sulpper when the storm struck the house. and the schoolmistress hapliened to sit next the baby, which was crowirig in its high chair. When tlhey foundl the poor girl that night. she was still alive, although she died almost instantly. The wiind had torn off her elothes, even her two rings, and left her bhlut one shoe. tler hair was whiples, to rags. . She had been dlriven through several barberl-wire fances. antl every- bone in her Ibodly was broken. In her arms, however, and claspedl tightly to her breast, wa's the dead body of the...
THE LOCAL FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
- IHE LOCAL FREEETIBRARY. The annnal meeting of the .ocal Mecnnics' Institute and FreeLibrary was held last week the President (Mr A. Miller) being in the chair. The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and con firmed. The sacretary read the follow ing balance-sheet and report for the year enued 31st December, S1915, and they were adopted : RIECEIP I'S. To subscriptions ... Cl7 ' 8 9 toomn hire ... ... 5 4 o Chairs ... ... o 1o Entertainmnent ... I 19 6 Government grant ... 8 3 6 U eadt balance ... 7 2 8 £4o 08 5 EXPENDITURE. By.salalies ... ...I6 6 9 Books . .. 7 b 7 Periodicals... ... 6 o Lighting and fuel -* .i 5 ti Insurance ... ... Ib 9 Bank charge .... o o o Priating ... ... o0 7 6 Biograpn deposit ... o Petty cash ... ..- o 9 ' Niw shelves .. 7 6 Balance . 8 I I £40o z8 5 Audited-and found correct. J. BaSowsAuditor. . R;,EPORT. ",.; Ladies and Gentlemen, - I have pleasure in submitung to you the SannudL balance-sheet of'yodr iris:i. Situte.- : :. , t Inteviewinhg the ...
Strange Sign of Gratitude [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
Strange Sign of Gratitude -4---- "When I w-as starting in lIusinecss," says Sir 'I'homas L.ipton, " I was very ipoor, and nedrved every penny I culd earn i.o ennlarge my little Imusinpess. I had a lan of follrteen as assistant. On Monday mlorn Ing- the boy came in with a very mournful. expression.- I askied him what th thetroule was, and he vsaid., I have no clothes fit to wear at church, sir. I can't get a iew suit, because mny father is dead, and I hRave to help mny mother pay the rent.' I thought it over, and fin all"y took enough.nmoney from myv hard-earned navings to buy the laidl a goo,I warm. suit of clothes, with which he was delightedl. 'Ihe next day he did not coime to work, nor the next; and when th'ee dlays hadil gone by, land I had hard nothing~ froimhim, " went to, his bornlle t, fn ndi ot shit had ibro.m, of hir.i. * W,.ll. 3,z sr, sir.' saii the mother. ,f lthe hy. i Illlert hloos so resp'st n'li in his ncw :-uit. tlhanks t, yieI. mit, hat wl tholught at' had Ii'tt'-...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
CRICKET. Following are the best batting and bowling averages in the association matenes up to date -Batting-Duff 49.66, Nobelius 43.66, 'iwyford 35.50, Mitchell 3463, ;Kennedy 28.08, .Langley 27.00. Woodiey 26.83, Hillbrich 26.00, Anderson 25.09, Hunter 22.10, Hall 21.30. Bowliig Hardy 6.52. Hunter 9.23, Winter 10.20., Twyford 10. 25, Langley 10.43, Mitchell 10.58 Smith 1(.85, Hall 11.12, Hogan 11.66, Jones 11.71, Nobelius 12. 45. Catches-Co.mpetition closed a'Becketr 11, Winter 10, Taylu r ~9, J. Keys 8, Paterriester, Rodd Suad W. Randle 7 each. Last week . crfiehgt match took place on the Melbourne Cricket - Ground between an eleven of the M:C.C and 15 repre sentatives of the Narre Warren Club. The iisitors put in a good innings but were defea ed by 126 runs, the scores being Melbourne 355, Nacre Warren 229. H. Richardson topped the score for Narre Warren with 91 Mitchell making 45, Halleur 18 and Warmbrunn 14.-Ironmonger and Nicholson were the most successful bowlers. For Mel bou...
A Wonderful Insect. LOOKS LIKE A LITTLE GREEN ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
A Wonderful Insect. IOK IJKS .IKE .t A i.lTlLlE ;il1EE" I.H.(I'ICTlC LIGH~T GlL~llll. Tllre exisi inl the tropical coln tries oIf Atnerica ;anttil i the West Indies a curilll spleci.s 'if insect which the niitiv.es call "Co)Ciyo.iS." lnlealninl iltght light insert. T'his is~ct isnitiis il Irillianlt green light frllii ntiah e.ve nlll green light frlil the inlllder partL of thle stotllach. Soll ol the ntetives in .tClht, .1exi c'l lnl South Anrlticia lieF the insect lighti to real hy, Il aeintg aoutlt ifSty of thiIt in a long glass tulle I or bott le, callled a "Cocu-l -eri." Aintother timethod is to hang the "_'tellcer"" i-cr tii ht d an then twhenl youl watnt tio see tlit, tittie at night, strike the bottle gently with thi.' hl.iil, when the S"Cocsll ' will light up. This itnleit is 1'1i,. liarmtle?.s tand illllTeisiie ' liiit * ic ¢ t -ie ir-riel in the Ifreto the hir r _ilE lit-IWt i l IF, trie tor1h , Th l to id ,.ar-in si,, ta/???il,,-~t c,,? ilt inches itln ? I.F?t" J i., " th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 18 February 1914
i .S2ERf S OF Trr C'"J'd GE BnTa ementioni So'ill his friends scarce'y knew tf~rb and he went to the Melbournz Hospital. A friend recommended ClomentsTonic, and that saved him 'Thi letter has hbeen recorded b?ause. of its greoat ernestss, and the way the r,, ter. Mr. Holliday. expresses his ~ecrin; and recovery. It shows what Clemenrl. Tonic can do. Mr. Hollid'.y t-rites from his bikiness address. 113 M:,d.iine Sret (ILers Patens Peel la:t.ry), Carlton. Melbournt. 19Q51II. CLEA ENTS TONIC LTD., "'I am gpla to Itll you what Clbments Tonic did for me. A year ago I wan sI ill from had liver and nervrouners. I blamed overwork, and a rash of orders. To keep costomers sopp!ied I worked day ano.. nighhl, with e result I got so ill I call taike no part fn the bsinessr except nperviyie. To give an idea how ill and chaaged i wts, people who had noalt seen mo for mtonet wouv d pass aad not hov me. I was for foie months liLe this, gradually getling worse. Good asdvico and medkl:ine didmero I go...