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WERRIBEE PLATFORM GATE [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

WERRItlEI PLAT'FORlb GATE Mr. P. R. Bay!ey, hon. see: of the W\Vrribee progressaso ci(:ation, wrote to Mr..Robertson!, .?lliozimaster, re the inconvelioence canlneld by - the locking of the galta leading to the railway etition oetc ptiI1 ol tathe has received from Mr. Robertson the following reply.---' \Verrilwe1 11;,2/12. Dtar Sir,-Yours of 11th inst. rearhel m'o to-day, andlin rte ply I have to state that it is not in tended anmy inconveuienco shall [?e causedt any perseo or persons, or that those entitled to use the con voniencca onl platfri.n lstll be de tied their un?e. The stlt are in stroted to isene tickels oil applica tion at booking vwindow at any time to travelloers ndl to adluit therll to platformn. By these means it is hoped to restrict the nse of plat formn to (hoie only who lhave the right to it."

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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WERRIBEE CYCLING CLUB. TEN MILE ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

WEIRRIBI E CYCLING. CLUB.. TEN. MILE ROAD RACE. A ten mile road race under the anspices of the above body was held last Saturday over a course etartinl from the Shire Hall, 4. miles dowr the Melbourne road and back twice finishing at the starling line. There were 21 entries, with a good per. centage of. starters. The road .wai very rough, there being a side wind blowing. Those who officiated were --udges : Or. W. Troup, Or. Jas Brown, J.P., Mr. Pgroy Wills stiarter and timnokeeper, Mr. A. D Grant ; turning point steward, Mr. \V. Hunsford. Result as followi r Lindsay Newland, 1st. Hdepi-t6min. time 27 muin. 25 sec. Jlack Swanton, 2nd. Handicap. iinss. 15 sees.; time, 27 mins, 27 secs. iW. W. Anderson, llrd. Handi"ap 0 mins.;.time, i 20 mins. 25 secs. It. Wills, 4th. Ilandicap, 6 mine. 15 sces.; lice, 30 nuils. 20 sees. D. M'Doaald, and Jas, Watorson, dead hcat,. tli. Handicap, 6 mils. "25 sees.; tiate, l ilines. 25 sees. A. Shaw, Oth. HIandicap, 4 mins. 40 sees. Time, 30 mins. 48 see...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

DENSLEY A JOHNSTON'S REPORT At Newmaiurket on Tuesday Mcssrs Donaloy and Johnston sold i-Ft Sheep wethers : 200 merino, Jaines Itrowne, to 18/; 205 smcrino, W. A. Boll, B1onnio Dooas, to 10/8; 103 crossbred and coime back, Metropolitan Farm to 17/10, aver aging 17/4. Theso sheep' were greatly admired by t tra ttr and wert pur chased by T. IK. Beunet and Woolcock, W\. HHloh day anld J. Robinson ;- 80 merino, Donaoll 1'Pherson; 71 cerossbred and comeback; Jobhu lall, former 12/B, latter 11/8; 00 merino, Gcorgo Broa., at 10/.1; 12 merino, Walters iand Tinkler, at 11/; 10 crosbred and comreback, W, A. 1Hanzill, to 17/; 8 crossbred, A, F. Agar, at 13/; 1 crowt bred, J. 1'. Andrews, hillan, at 10/. Ewes: 227 crossbred and comecback, F. Young, Eclhuoa to 11/11 averaging 11/11 ; 180 crossbred aod "eno nck, ' G. 'V. Ulopper, to 18/0 avoraging' 12/6 ; 116 smerino, W. G. Watson, Digger's liest, at 10/1; 80 crossbred awls comeback W. A. HEanadl, fJreor at 18/0 latter at 11/0; 85 uelrino, G. H-l...

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A BATTLE WITH A RHINO. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

A BATTLE WITH A RHINO. Big galntoe hban, e nrlmlled wit.h all the most modern applitnces for kill ing. , do not always cole offl scot free, as theo following necount shiown. Writing In the "Wide World Maga zince," Mr. it. latwoodi givts a grap hic narrative of a t attle with a rhinoceros, ils which lie was tossed t.wiceu rnd funally knelt upon by tho Influrhiited nira?l weitghintg'two tons. It tlthappetted in I(I1it, whtten all uit hor was big gamie shootling som ve 80 miles? from flhe ITgunda alnilway. Ho had shott la lgeo rhinoceros, which fell over nlpparently dead, but wheit hae approachted itL tihe aniltl stdden ly rose and charged down uponl him. There was no timte for anlotherl sh?ot, land oulr hunter turned to flo?, but unfortunately slipped at the first, stop and foll. As he rose. the hugeo anlimall struck into him with its nose, fell on ilati with both knees, and then throw him clean over its head. the horn entering the back of his left thigh. It throw him again, but thits...

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COURTSHIP CRACKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

COURTS.HI CRACKERS. Clara: Jack intends to have all li own way when we are married.0 Clara's Mamma: Then why do. yod want to marry him? Clara: TO relieve his mind of a false impression. Lilys Wasn't there a romanie cohi -eoted;ilth their .engagement? Rosei: Oh, yes; they both roinantadi about their wealth. - Haye: Has Swift recovered from bhl miotor-car'smash yet? Peveril: Almost: bui he won't bhe out of. danger till he dismisseos that pretty nurse of 1ib.. He: 1ofore wne weo engaged. you, told mo your hair was turning gTrey. What stopped it? ci; \Your u}roeaa .

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EASTER MONDAY CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

1EASTELRIl .lNL)AY CAHNIVAL A. l'argi lietilting of delegate'sii w.as lt l ol n ithl 91+h ini st. In th, owi.t eh:tlic' inteilanta, W, rril ,., with tIlIhe o btjet dirti-L II . t o Il* l *lson nna 1and wiays of ohttinini 81i lnlicilt"I Itioney to exponli't ill hoillmpovilln I1the loc:al relreation Iont I. ?r. WV. lroi'?llp wviasolecttl to hilt? chair. 11r.. A. I). . ran'i tl miovte, th t II (ii'lliv l o h Ol on 1llt ' [illtiu ly, prn1ic d? s orf stin1 to hl l utillilst? in iand thll'at i pt'rali uieio C l ol h 1 ( lr5ngel toInighi . ..ii conilod ly Mr te Iwttha (irr.iull ulntllilmouitll y to hloli c:y li'q "An, un '"Ctluldl r hlie anlls 11?erl of tho \Worri'1e Cycling Clib, allilit'll i will i CtheI Itor- CliI Ciy illng Ai ssociatlin iIn l/ l t I0 hlllll iundl' lth \ 'ilto ri t Anutltul Or Al oslilitit°X l Ith ilhsll. i ', ICt. A' . - 1o l1 . DlIla sr.'.ý,\n iln, U.nwini, .I. Unl iL, TyZa?k.. A. Combtie, IRobtlrlson, (1.+ \V. tllv.udl', aind R. A. Manlyi with pointed o Itltlntllel t...

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UNUSED PLOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

UNUSED PLOTS. AMr. Bailey Aldrich, in his " Ponknpog Papery,' ha given away a number of curioN piloi. They ore e onoiderod in an entertaining rtidle in the Auguht number of the ".lonthly lrevicw" (t?turray), to gethrr witfh some unudof ploth of l'te'n and Ilaeliore'a. In eemnstionaulim .\tr. Aldrich holds his own with thrse moasters. Hlere in one of his leaO : " In his meaoirs, KloapotkLn stator the sing;ular fat that trie nativm of the -N-a layan Archipeago have an idOa that noim, ' thinow in ertnotnl from than wehnl tchci. liken esse are taken by photography. Ilrse is the nolive for a fantastic uhort etory. in which the hero-no author in vogue or a popul?lr notoer-Night be depitctl ;i bhaing all his good qualities grnduully photogriphed out of himo. his could wcol in the erfort to " look n htural.' I irn, the n osn oe-nt his cha rning tisntplitty ; then be begins to pone in intllectual othittuob. , with linger on brow; then he botomnra morlbidly elf-consncous, nds linull" enda in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

There is not an article of apparel that men wear but we hae it-and whalt's Ihore have it at a price and of a quality to commend - itself to you. Look on our store as your store-come in and have a strolt round and choose what you want in your own time-whether its the latest novelty in ties, a new fashion in shirts, a nobby hat or merely a collar and collar stud. Your smallest purchase is just as welcome as your largest-and we'll do our best fpr you in eitheI pleidin d rangc of new. Se o'sbn Ptterns just to hanii . ZCl;l 'and insperi " - ' Slatisfactioil Guaranteed. I GE .nTERAL DRAPEB-RY. MEEN'S'& BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. TY ZACK & C O., S"'L"I'E CORNER." PERFICT CCOIERY WITHOUT ]DRUDGERY. .., , ». ...... . .. * , ,.. ' . . O L . AT The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society's Stores, SOME OF ITS POINTS 1. Being1 portable can be placed where over yout lihko ..2 : ;.Saves .w oodil 'coppinig alnd carrying of coal. 3.. The heat is.- uder coniplete control. ...

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CLEARING SALE AT LITTLE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

CI.EA RING SALE. AT LI' l.r''LE RIVER.. CaOmpbell. and.Sons report laving: ehil aulccestaful' clearing sale at, Paradlis Farm, l Little River, on: Erillay, on acoount of tMr.. A L. N. WVuldtor, w.llhoe lteae of the farm had expi,ed. Thit hol'c s were ait extrlt good lot, and excited keenioompeti-. ,.lon, drag?ghtgoldingis.muk ig from.. £41t to £511/0/i aged do..db;. £80 to. £35; draught mnures nalc ing from. £3?l to £15; draclghr Iares, .will.e, foals, from £50 to £80; yearlizig illims, to £32; lighlthorsee, to. £17;: the 2l9hornes manking a high average. 'he implements wore all high-class,, tlhefollowiig being some of the principal, prices:-8, h.p. Fowler. traction aniine, £600; stiack elevator £410 collffoutter, £45; diso ploughs,. 4.ftrrow £20, 5-furruw £22; 3-~ur row £15; 3rfurrow Mitchell ploughs, £1,8 ; ed drills, to £19110/;: reapers. aitd binders, to.£19/10/; iron rollers,,. to £141101; wooden roller £5t.spring tooth cultivalors, to. £14/10/: disa. cultivator, £12;: farm dra...

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Romney. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

Romney. Romney In his art was unsurpassed in flowing grace of line. Greuzoelike winsomenesd, and delicate feeling, a feeling which rejected the stiffness and formality of current convention and made him rely upon the qualitlies of natural loveliness. It Is in hils por traits of women in the bud that his real successes were achieved, lie had not the power of revealing maturer beauty-of painting " codgers," *to one Northcote's phrase-which one finds in Gainsborough's portraits of Mrs. Mulgrave or Date Dudley, or in such triumphs as Raeburn's "Lord Newton." Like Gainsborough, who painted portraits for a living, and landscape for pleasure, Romney sought to break away from the tyranny of "this cursed portrait painting " but his hisn torical efforts, owing largely to his want of early training, were not re markablo. The curious might in quire how mutch his Immortality de ponds upon his famous model, whom. as Emma Hart or Lady Hamilton. he has made the most familiar face in art, and in pai...

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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, FEB. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

Wcrrib¢ e $bire Baser. lVEIIl ItlI?. TIIURSDAY, FEIl. 22, All corrospaorcn.c for this Journal should bO in the oflico b.sforo 1 o'clock on Wodnosday's. Adv3rtisemonts rotolvod up till 6 p.m.on Wadnesdsy's,. MRn. PERCY R. BAYLEY, who is in charge of the petition for a central riding, still requires some more signatures to meet the re quirement;s of the Act. The rate-. payers in the irr, east part of the tiding should sign at once, as it will mean tqothem three repre sentatives residling in their midst. If they miss this; opportunity it iqay be years before- they. gek local representation at the shift table. A new. riding does. not mean increased rates..

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CORIO LIBERALS IN CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

COiLO LIBERALS IN- CON FElRENCF,. - A confoi'nce of rtpresenltatives ita Ihe W\omenlli'. NatiiionaI League, the People's Party and the People's I Lilboral Party was hold on the 15th Iint., in tile Io.tardl-roonm of tine Eix cllhInge, Goelonng, to .'disctss the political situation. The chatirmani said they were not tLi Poloct a ctnolidatle : that wonld colme later. "nless they were ulltli n lhoy coini not hope to SR0 coet. at the nor.inig Ft -tnral "lectioi. \VWhoever wals saotle: shlltnll re coive t heit" united support. If they pulled togutl.lltr Ihey worn Ibonll to IsucceedI. Ift I tIhey ciun to an nIlde'r s"ltiiithi i t"that. inonf retllle I (hy wonid r.torlt to Ih'ir o vlr'tl odies, Ialter l h.eh ian ,*xolltive would be apipoitllt. Tllre wasi to tbe 1to Iiitud' rl ior'n r ii'lo rline.h 'ahboit . thei di tllhtiations :. hni wanted to' see otverything Mone fairly and openly. Mir. W. Kimindall movIr the fol lowing, rt slutiaoto "flhat the annnlllel 0l' the Womn.II's National l,..ag...

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SHORT STORY "A Case of Jamaica." [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

SHIRT STORY "A Oasa of Jamalca." (BY. C. lDWVAIDES.) You'llo find hr a madcap. Ezra," Bnld qMr. John Erlngton; "but It will do her the world ofrood to be with her stl Id old uncle." Mr. Ezra Erpingto,. wine merchant, and John Erplngton's 'Ider brother, as 1 well as bachelor, rubbet his Ihands ner vously while he smiled. " I'In not used to girls John. as you know." lie replied. " I hmpe she'll not find It too dull while youre away In Swltzerland." " It'll be a change for hlie. She de lIglhta In changes. Besldes, she has Itupert's photograph In a stller frame to worship when she has nothing better to do. No: I don't think she'll complain of dulness. Buit-keeD an eye on her, old fellow." With these filnal words, .ol?n Erping tol shook hlisa brther's had,i. Ihrrtied back to the cunb, and ni to the trnln. " Puss." as he iolnetlna called his daughter Kathellne. Insisioted on ro turning with him. lIe gave her a few gentle and fatherly admonnltions on tile way. 11i tile station, at her expr...

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Several local items unavoidably held over. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

Several local items unavoidably. hIeld over.. A simokla social under t.le auspices of thL Woerribet coursing cluil, will b!e held in the Ineeulinlics' institUt, on bFriday, .st March. As it is sme time sinceiL on of thesHe r lierinigs was hleld, andl therae bIiue ? n iilmber (of lenthiutinsitic ollnraiSlr iln lt is d'istrict, tickul s, :l 3f, shoi hil oel radlly. Tho clnbs object in lol.l ing the socitil is not to addlil oin its a flEors,.bnl, imerely. tiln nlvei tisnlelt for thie C*niinlg sesoin. 'icktca. are now in ciretlat ion. and nitiy I,. oblain-d froin tlhe inlinburs of itlh conlnitteo. A ineeting of tiho Blilird's litborn.s w.as lied on Ithe Fuinm last Friday eveoing,N M.r. Juli Snllivan iln tlh, chair. Mr. . Br. own, was electedu secretary aiiin itl vs ldociled to ldrnll ai petition and foritird it to I be iarln iniaginr asiking for nilt incrensii of0 Irr. TI. Gibbone tiivortir s thalt lie is propiared to bore l'n water. IHe tells is that wlile loring for. water on Mr. A. '...

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT AND RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

('I+OSEI{ SiE'tL'LIlEN'P' AND 1 A'' ICS. A dlupnation from the l Municipial Association waited uponi thr Minis tar of Lands last weok with "a grievance against the Clocer Settle tment i)oard. The deputation asked that the Government Ihav the law a? almitledi- as to ake lth Closer Settlement Board liable for the r.lte n I prUlUlrtiues pnIchased for( clot?ur Uettlemelnt dttring the period thosu proporties were nlot in privatu ot?.up}tiotn. Cr. A. .M'Naughton (WVrribee), drew satti?'ntion 'to "the- position iir whijiLh thl \Veaittiie council fouind tlt;; 1.I?Up. to a.year or two- ago the. closer:s?tllemenit blocks there 'lint lheeii rateablte. Now, however, thle Cloaor Sulttloeiit Board was unable to dispose of the land on suitable terms" and of course "whilst it was in the Boartld' ploddsslonltlthere wt'eru no rales for' the -ahire council. There had been larga sumns of money spent on road +conotruetioni about the ostate, but now thl!er was not eyul lmoney to tllitlllin these roads. L...

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Copyright. A MIDSHIPMAN'S ROMANCE. PART 11. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

Copyright. A MIDSHIPMAN'S * ROMANDE. By W. Clark Russell, Author of "The Death Ship," "The Frozen Pirate," etc. PART 11. With a contrivance in my useful knife I ripped open one of the tins, dis tributed the contents amongst the men, reserving a piece for Belle and myself, and with the empty tin the seven of us walked to where the two men were standing. We had overlooked the monkey, but he had not overlooked himself. On seeing us setting out in a company as if to march away, he rushed after us. I gave the ugly beggar a piece of corned beef, and to judge by the way lihe rolled his eyes upon me, he seemed to eat with gratitude. The two men had fallen in with a argo flat rock pitted with holes, and all the holes, some of which were deep, were full of the rain of the night. 'The lady first!' said one of the men. This pleased me, and I dipped the can into the pool and Belle drank. I then handed the can to the rmen, who, one after another, '' drank with the ferocity of thirst, with the bru...

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WERRIBEE FARMERS PICNIC. Where the broad ocean leans against the land. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

vIEI?RrIBEIE FA;. RMERS PItNIC: Where the broad ocean leans -against. the. land.. The. annualouting,of.the tillers. of the-- soil in' this- district--.tot: Sorrento last' Thursday was. one: of the most successful held: In. point of attendance it outnum bered all.previousones. Geelong contributed a large number of pleasure seekers, something like 600 being booked, and when the Hygeia left the pier at that, place about 1400 passengers were on board, this number wais addel to at Portarlington. The day was an ideal, one for a. trip on the. ocean blue, and was thoroughly enjoyed. About half-past one o'clock Sorrento was reached, and the boat was soon emptied of its living freight. Some of the, picnickers, with well filled hamp-. ers, wended their way to the soark, while others, who had not .provided themselves with lun cheon patronised the various. hotels, and after enjoying a. hearty meal, and feeling satisfied with themselves and the world in general, patronised, per train or waggonett...

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THE GARDEN. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

TIHE. GARDEN. FEBRUAR\. Borecole or kale-For late use. Brocoll-To succeed Cauliflower Briiosels prbiats- Sow a eo* tu usefroin July to. Septeml?t . bage-C ntinue eovjdi early bo ta,'to. use In June antd 'July'. Sulidower-Sow fargely, to use in June And Jiu Cress and Mustard ?-ow frt "nightly. .Celery-Plant out fargely' ae tlhe plants advance, for Winter supply. Endive--Sow for use in Autumn. French Beans--Sow for a succee sion. Kobl Rabi-Sow for a successeion Leek-Transplant largely into drills for a Winter supply. Lettuce-Continue to sow, for using in six or eight weeks. Peas-S-ow a few early varieties, to succeed the former sowing. Potatoes-Plant out Kidneys or other early varieties, to use in May. and June Radish-Sow a few of thb long Fort, to use in four or six weeks. Savory Cabbage-Sow a medium crop for Autumn Turnips-Continue sowing a few for Winter use.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

S oveIi and Spurling ': -itHE, COR~NER, 0 OO S CRA TiA., Ifaiv Iandd a loTely stock oi1BNESW SPRING GOODS. SP1ING SUITINGS from 42:8.. -"i.: 3.... . .$ ..sui t s . ',-o 1 to.6s6 SH" - NE W S-APE BOXERS : . FASHION SHIRTS in 20 diferent styled. SWEATERS to buttoni close at, neck. ea TENNIS SHIRTS lor wa ivi wettthr. TIM , fidiSKS, B1ACES, ahd vcerything " maInuo wanits to wear% At . THIE RIGHTT PRICE. ;-1 00 Tiestiat d., worth Is. and is 6d., toiprove .we are SThEE T;IE KIING "S. FTHE: RACECOURSE HO"tELJ PtIRST-CILASH Accomoldalion for Travellors and, Visitors at' this Old Setabl,lised Hotel, ichichibreplete with every convenience, andt the many facililities oifered therein:t'or the:comfort of theo.General Public will l ' dullly al)ppreciated. 'IP1 choice.t and best brandsof.W ines, Ales and Spirits are kept at this eatallishment. . IIS?FING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON IIIRE. A. A. DIXON. Proprietreas. _... . . : ` Yr ' _ ; . p. " - OMI R . .A HOTEL. J. COOK T OG' to slntare ...

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SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 February 1912

IELLCTED RIECIPEi . Cottage Paddtng itsem-ne).--Ou Isp of milk, one top of Isugar. t?6 aups of flour, three teaiDpoontfls of baking-powder, one egg, a pinch c-f salt, three-'tableepoonrute of butter, melted&- team fifty milnuteas, Cottage Pudding .(Bkehd).-Oso cup. of sugar, one cup Oif aiert' to s ppa'. of flour, one egg, tlptnjh of e't,. wc tableepOonfuls of melted- butter, aoanr two teaspoonfuls of baklig-powdarn. These reqlpes :er cottage padding are,:. both -ver leexpebeive'- ailS -dalnty. Thej n? be acrvud with :- , : ... LemaS" tsuoe. 'One cupp of iga?; _-" Onethirtras cup ,)s matter, two itble-4--" spoonhd' of "cord-stareh. a pinch ot.' salt, two cups of boilllg water. Cook, , In the utpper part (A a double boiler until it thickens. Jdst be:ore serving:t add one egg, beaten until light, and one-half a lemon o-t into smOrll pieces. This sauce is also nice kervel with" apple.dumpllng. , Sultana Raisin' Sauce.-Shiti .rl hi)f.' a cup of sultana raisins In a- cup o4- boil...

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