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NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, May 18. Ovej- a. thousand Boy Scouts were 're viewed . this 'afternoon by Lieut.-Gen. Baden-Powell. The Interstate Agricultural Conference concluded its sittings to-day. . Many in teresting resolutions: were carried..; Tie most important to-day was to the effect that each 'Minister 'of Forestry place !»&?. fore his rGoyermnent^an offer. of the New South Wales Government to ..establish a Forestry : Sphool; ? the other* States ' to. con tribute .pro. rata. to its upkeep, but eacH State -to have tiie right to withdraw when it establishes a school of its own.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
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"THE MAIL" CABLE SERVICE. UTS TITANIC ENQUIRY. The Duff-Gordons' Conduct. Statements Investigated. LONDON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
-THE MAIL' CABLE SERVICE. ITrS TITANIC ENQUIRY. The Duff-Gordons' Conduct. Statements Investigated. LONDON, May 17. The British official investigation in con flection with the Titanic disaster was con tinued to-day. ' The enquiry probed the rtatement of the survivor, Charles Hend rickson, regarding the protest alleged to have been made by Sir Cosmo Duff Gor don and his wife against the lifeboat in irhich they were passengers returning to the rescue of drowning persons after the sinking of the vessel. Hendrickson adhered to his 'evidence, but said he could not specify when he made the first statement regarding this matter. Counsel for- Sir Cosmo -Dnff Gordon in dicated that bis client's, case was an abso lute denial of the allegation.
FIGHTING IN MEXICO. Starving Rebels. EL PASO, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
FIGHTING IN MEXICO. Starving Rebels. EL PASO, May 16. In the glare of the blazing sun the Mexi can Federal Army is pushing its waj northwards picking up the bodies of rebels who were killed in Sunday 7s en gagement. Scores of dead have been found on the desert plains. Many starving rebels were separated from the main columns on the retreat, and have since staggered into the Federi! camp half-crazed with thirst and hunger. They tell stories of terrible sufferings, and declare that hundreds of insurrec tionists have deserted. ' They are scat tered over the desert, and many have died in the barren wastes unable to ob tain food or water.
PANAMA CANAL. Rival Interests. WASHINGTON, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
PANAMA CANAL. Rival Interests. - WASHINGTON, May 17. The Panama Canal Bill, providing for the administration of .the canal zone, has been introduced in the House of Repre sentatives. A debate, which lasted seven hours, followed. Opponents of the mea sure declared that it would permit Cana dian railway-owned vessels to have a mo nopoly of the traffic of the canal at the expense of American-owned craft. The debate was not finished.
CANADIAN CADETS. Improving the System. OTTAWA, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
CANADIAN CADETS. Improving the System. OTTAWA, May 17. With the object of perfecting the or ganisation of school cadets extending from the Pacific to the Atlantic, every mem ber is being trained to use arms at mili tary manoeuvres. The ?Dominion Government has ap pointed' a military officer for each pro vince,' with the object of organising and developing the system of cadets, and training schoolteachers. ' i' ?.
THE LATE KING FREDERICK Funeral Obsequies. COPENHAGEN, May 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
THE LATE KING FREDERICK Funeral ?? Obsequies. ; ? COPENHAGEN, May 17. Preparations have been completed for the impressive -burial of King Preaerick VII- 'Kifig Haafeoil' of Norway, represen tatives' of other royal families,' Govern ment .officiate,, and foreign, diploma'tic re presentatives will- assemble at the landing place, and pass through the principal street -of Copenhagen, . which will be draped in mourning, on their way to the chapel in the palace. A 'short 'service will be held there. ? : The body will remain -in the chapel until May 24, guarded at- night, by 'de tachments of army and navy lieutenants. At the request of ;the' deceased - monarch no gold or -silver- wreaths '-will be laid on his bier, but' the' money ' which ''they would have cost' will ' be devoted to '.charities. The .royal yacht, with .the , body of the deceased ? king on ? board, steamed out': of the harbour of' Lnbeck' with two Danish warships, who saluted, steaming behind.
INFORMATION GIVEN. BRAIN CREAM (for Z.L.). [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
INFORMATION GIVEN BRAIN CREAM (for Z.L.). 3 seta brains 2 eggB 3 tablespoonsful melted imtter, pepper, salt, pulverised mace. Parboil the brains and free from SDeeks: put them through a sieve and add the eggs, which' have been well beaten;- add the pepper, salt, and mace (only a very little mace), and mix in 3 tablespoons of melted butter. Steam in a mould for two hours and serve with melted butter. N.B. — The melted butter should be made as follows: — Quarter pound butter, half pint milk, one tablespoonful flour, pepper, salt. Put the flour and half the butter into a stewpan and stir over the fire till tbe mixture thickens, then add the milk, which must be boiling, pepper, and salt. Simmer for five minutes, and add remain der of butter just before removing from the lire. DEVILLED OYSTERS. (for Mrs. B.). Two tablespoons batter, two tablespoons flour, one tablespoonful Worcestershire sauce, one teaspoon curry powder, one tea spoon mustard, pinch salt, cayenne pep per, juice half -lem...
RUSSIAN SANDWICHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
RUSSIAN SANDWICHES. Chop some olives fine, and moisten with mayonnaise. Slice tender bread in thin, narrow strips and spread one-half with tbe chopped olives and the other half with caviar. Press together and put in pairs. Or black . oliyes chopped with the merest bit of onion may be used; as a filling. French dressing is better than mayonnaise for this combination.
QUINCE CHUTNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
QUINCE CHUTXEY. Four pounds of quinces, two lb. sugar, two pounds onions, nine cloves, two tea spoonfuls of ground spice, - two teaspoon fuls cayenne pepper, two teaspoonfuls salt, 10* chillies, quarter ounce garlic. Mince- fine and place in . the preserving pan, cover with vinegar, and boil four hours. '
CROUTES OF BANANAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
CROUTES OF BANANAS. 8 finger-shaped pieces Two oz. of butter. Df bread. Two bananas. Coralline pepper. (Sufficient for about six.) Peel the bananas, cut each in halves lengthways, and then- cat each piece in half eo that there are ' four pieces from each banana. Melt the butter in a fry ing pan, fry the pieces of bread a golden brown, and then drain them well on paper*. Now put in the bananas, and fry them quickly, turning them once or twice. Place a portion of banana an each piece of bread, and dust it with coralline pepper. Arrange the croutes Df bananas on a lace paper, and serve them ho.t.
MOUSSE OF HAM [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
MOUSSE OF TTAM Half a pound of lean cooked ham, half b pint of aspic jelly, two eggs (whites only), one ounce butter, half a pint of ndupped cream, cayenne pepper, salt2 and nutmeg. Pass the ham through a mincer, season with cayenne, salt, and nutmeg. pound in a mortar with one ounce butter tmiil it is reduced to a paste. ? Then * . rub through » fine .-stine sieved Whisk, the * aspic jelly (cool) - until- it is white and. frothy, then add the ham by degrees. Y iWhen it is thoroughly mixed stir in the cream and eggs; whisk to a firm froth, and pour into a glass dish. Set in crushed ice to cool. ' ' .
ERICASSEE OF TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
CBXCASSEE OF TURK MY. About a pound or more of cold turkey, tone pint of Bechamel sauce, the yolks of two eggs, one lemon, two tablespoonfuls of cream, salt and pepper, croutons of bread or toast.- Cut the turkey. into neat pieces, and add to the Bechamel saoce; let them heat gently. Beat up the yolks, add the cream, stir these into the sauce, Jet it 'cook for a few mniufes, ' being care iful not to let it boil, or it will curdle, i&dd the strained lemon juice, and' salt and pepper to taste. Arrarisjei&Bspieces of turkey on a hot dish. Strain the sauce over and garnish the dish with the croutons or -neatly cut pieces of toast.
TWO NOURISHING SOUPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
TWO NOURISHING SOUPS. , VermiceUi Soup. One quart of white vegetable stoek, or $ood ordinary vegetable stock, half an ?once of vermicelli, one ounce of butter, one small onion, one bay leaf, a little pepper and salt to taste,, if condiments r agree, though these are much better omit ted. Wash the vermicelli in cold water, break it into email pieces, and throw it ?with. the bay. leaf into the boiling stock. 'Pare- and boil the onion for five minutes in boiling water, then take and chop - finely. Nem fry the onion in a little but ter, but do not allow it ±q colour. Add this to the soup, and boil all together un til the vermicelli is quite soft. Take out the onion and. bay leaf; add the pepper .«nd«alf— if, they agree— or. a grate of nufr meg would be a sice flavouring for this ?oup. .it Vegetable Juice Soup. 1 Two -ounces of lefcfcoce, two ounces of 'cabbage, two ounces -of onions, two ounces of carrots, one teaspoonful of parsley, one bounce of turnip, one fcpog 'watercress, one pint...
THE BUSINESS MAN'S PAGES Mines & Commerce. Stocks and Shares. MELBOURNE, May 18. MOUNT LYELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
Money, Mines & Commerce. Stocks and Shares. (By ASMODEUS.) MELBOURNE, May 18. MOUNT LYELL. The market in Mount Lyell shares re cently took people by surprise, for it jumped quite contrary to expectations. The storv that went round was that the company had in yierr the purchase of new leases, and that it intended to acquire the Hercules Mine, near Rosebery- Xow that the balance sheet and reports for the past half-year are out it is seen that the com pany has a surprise, but not of the kind clairnpH. The truth is that to provide the £125,000 cash required for an electro hydraulic scheme the directors intend to issue 100,000 shares at 25/ each. This work will absolve the company from par tial dependence on the coal mines for its supply of fuel for coke, and to this ex tent will save costs. The enquiry can be made whether in the proposal to utilise the water of Lake Margaret to develop power it is proposed in the end for the company to produce electrolytic copper instead of send...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mail — 18 May 1912
S. J. ASHER, STOCK AND SHABEBSOEEB, Old Exchange, Pirie street. Member Stock Bntange of AfldaMf Telephone 3506. nal2Se ML, 1 fi, S. CRMG, JLI.LSJL late, with the Federal Boot Company, begs to in timate that he has entered into Business as a PitACnSEKG AOCODNTAHT and AtJDITOB, at1 WrfloWS*.' FOND BUILDINGS, Grenfell street* Adelaide. The South Aiistralian Brewing Company, limited. — . ' ' ' i THE WEST END xxx Bitter peer IS THE ONLY NATURALLY CONDITIONED BRIGHT BEER PfiODUCED ? ? . IN THIS gTATE. Brewed and Bottled at the ' WEST END BR^plsttY, For EKGBAVTKG, Enbber Stamps, Seals, BronJe House Hame ? ? r ? ' plates,' Brass Plates, tee. . jjpfiHiros & mcy, B^SkST AND GENERAL BNGBAVEB8. Wlm ABCAPE, Adelaide^ 'Phone SUtt. Ps?;i ? ? «a^° Uggm DRESSY! We make SUETS that aye ?' a note of -hetmetidn to the ' -wearer Call in 'and see our : . -Stock of Exquisite Shades «nd -, J -'??' Patterns m -Winter Fabrics. , '* STRAJMT& CO.,1 ? Gawler Place, Adflalfle. ? *'. ?''?^»#| ? -- ...