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HOW TO MAKE A LIMBURGHER CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
HOW TO MAKE A LIMBURCHER CHEESE. This is how they make Limburgher cheese : — The curd is made by aid of rennet in the Usual way, then cut up and placed to drain in a perforated box lined with a linen cloth When the whey has diained off, salt, parsley, tarragon, and small onions mashed Into pulp are added and well mixed with the curd. It is then put into moulds and left to drain for 36 to 48 hours. Then the cheese is taken out ot the mould and placed in a well-aired room at a temperature of 65 to 70 degrees Fah. on an osier hurdle covered with wheat straw, where it remains for six or eight days. It ib then salted and placed in a cellar upon shelves covered with fresh straw. The salting is repeated after two or three days, after which the cheeses are merely turned from time to time. Once a month the cheese Is brushed over to remove the mould, and in three months the cheese is ripe.
HOW TO CRYSTALLISE FIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
HOW TO CRYSTALLISE FICS. Take figs not fully ripe j skin them, taking oare to leave the stems on. Put them on i a co d water to boil until tender, put to drain, -ind leave until next day. Make a sprup : one pound of sugar to one quart of water ; when boilinp, put in figs, and boil until they aie clear 5 drain. Make a syrup ! one pound ot sugar to one pint of water ; put in figs, and boil until they candy. Drain thoroughly, sprinkle with sugar, and dry in a very cool oven.
STRAWBERRY CULTIVATION. SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
STRAWBERRY CULTIVATION. (agricultural gazette.) Soil. Taking them as a whole, the very best soil, and the one most adapted tj tho largest num ber of varieties, ia a deep H.iuiiy loam. A rich clay loam, with a good umier-draluiug and a depth of 18in. to 2ft. will givo tho largeBt yield, but the fruit will not ripen as early as in the format noil. A stiff heavy clay ohnuld bo avoided. Land that has lain fallow for a year or more is particularly adapted to Btravvberry culture, but In any case they chonld not bo continued on.the same pioco of ground moro tliau two or three* yearn a'* I'jp outside. Near the great market conirw of Eaglaad and America many cultivators renew them every year. E station of crops is, therefore, particularly applicable to strawberries, and when it be comes necessary to renew the plants a different and fresh area, already prepared, should then be used, and on no account must the old site be again used until it has recovered Itself. From the foregoing it will bo ...
PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
PIGS. It Is a singular fact that while complaints are often made of pigs being fattened to weights above the popular tastes, the heaviest pigs are invariably the leant profitable to the producer. Experiments made for the purpose ol determining the econom;o weight of a pig show conclusively that he never should be fed beyond eight or nine months of age. The largest profit, it has been proved, is found, as a rule, in a weight not exceeding 2G0]bs. What ia known as food support plays an important part in the profitable fattening of pigs. Sup pose, for example, we take a pig and rewolve to feed him UDiil hu reaches 3001bs. As he incteaKeB In sfza he must take from his food a» increasing amount each day to support the amount already gained, or else he falls back. Tests have been made, which indicate that two per cent, of the live weiglt in food is required to support the animal, and in a p;g weighing 3001b. this amounts to 6ib. daily. There is no profit from this food. A recent experimen...
ENGLAND AND FRANCE IN THE FAR EAST. THE MEKONG DISPUTE. LONDON, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
ENGLAND AND FRANCE \U THE FAR EAST. ? © ? — THE MEKONG DISPUTE. London, January 12. The French Government have despatched a second gunboat to the Upper Mekong River, where the negotiations between England and France as to the boundary betweeen; the newly-acquired French possessions and the territory claimed by Great Britain as having been for merely tributary to Burma, have come to a stand still. The British Government recently occu pied Mongsin, in the state of Kiang Hung, portion of the territory which they main tain has been unjustifiably transferred to France by China, and a few days ago the British post in this locality was reinforced. The presenc action ot France is in terpreted as a response to these movements by the British.
INDICATIONS OF A SETTLEMENT. LONDON, January 14. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
INDICATIONS OF A SETTLEMENT. London, January li. It is evident that the relations between England and the United States are de cidedly improving. A readiness is shown to respond to the suggestion that a settle ment shall be exacted of the difficulty with Venezuela. The Times this morning makes ?an un mistakable overture. It says that the Venezuelan Government had better request the authorities at Washington to use their good offices so as to facilitate a renewal of diplomatic relations between England and Venezuela, which were broken off some years ago. This mu3t, of course, be a necessary preliminary to the adjustment of the dispute. . ' ' '
PRACTICAL POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
PRACTICAL POINTS. The following article ia contributed to the Ohio Farmer by O. J. Vine, of Stark County in our contemporary's State : — If ? there ie one thing chat requires tho dairy mtai's personal attention more, than any other it; is miikiDg. More good cows a,re epoJled every year by careless milking *-n anv othe* way. A very little milk left in tb* adder at e»ch milking will cause the best aovf P° de crease, and eventually to cease milking §2' tirely. . : The milking should not only be done tha« roughly, but it should be done quickly, and, unless the operator sings, should ba done, quietly. In SwI'zarland it is said they pay an extra piice to a milker who sings. No loud boisterous languaga should ba permitted. The cow Is a nervous animal, and any undue excitement effects the quantity and quality of the milk unfavorably. Do not allow persons or dogs to worry the cows. Heifers tbat have been carefully and kindly handled from calfhood to maturity seldom develop into kickers, but ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
If you cannot obtain ' Myfa Tea ' in your district, write to D. Mitchell and Co , Olarenc :? street, Sydney, who will arrange for a supply at once through the local storekeeper. The Messageries Msiritimes steamships are the mo t comfortable to travel in. Passengers are. booked throne h to London, and Ecglish is spoken on board. Write- for full particulars to com pany's tflice, Queen's Corner, Pitt-street, Sydney. C. F//EAffe^5 / PRACTICAL Watqiinaker & Jeweller, Oppoaito Bank of Victoria, FORD-STREET, BEECHWORTH, 1TNVITES Inspection of his large NEW STOCK JL of Gold aud Silver Watches, Clock9, Jewel lery, Optical Gocds^Musical Instrumeuts-Electro- plated Ware, Cutlery, Ice. All REPAIRS of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, &c, doue with dispatch. Country Orders punc tually attended to, Electroplating and Gilding done ou tho Premises. Ealinvatea for Turret Clocks supplied.
MUTINY ON A RUSSIAN WAR-SHIP. DUE TO THE BOATSWAINS' CRUELTY. THE BOATSWAINS KILLED. LONDON, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
MUTINY OH A RUSSIAN WAR-SHIP. DUB TO THE BOATSWAINS' CRUELTY. THE BOATSWAINS KILLED. London, January 10. A remarkable outbreak has taken place on board the gigantic Russian battleship Rurik, which is now lying in an Algerian harbour. The seamen on board the battleship rose in open mutiny in consequence of the cruelty with which they had been treated ?by the boatswains. In the course or the fighting which took place the boatswains were killed, and the mutiny was also suppressed by the inter vention of the French forces stationed in Algeria. . Fifty of the men who played prominent parts in the mutiny have been sent in chains to Cronstadt. [The Kurik ia one o£ the largest battleships of the Russian n-.et. She is a steel vetS9l of 10,923 tons, with a draught of 26ffc., aad her engines work np to 13,250 indicated h.p. S5ie carries a lOin. armour bolt, and is equipped with i 8in. and 16 6in. Krupp guns, as well as 6 4in q dek firing and 18 smaller quick firing and Maxim weapons. The Kur-k...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
Come one ! Gome all ! Come along ! „ . to ' EXTRAORDINARY, GREAT, GRAND, AND GLORIOUS OP BOUGHT AT A REDUCTION OF 333 PER CENT.' or^4jwthi^saved. 333 PER CENT. This Great, Grand, and furious Sale j-.i\ -.bring happiness and contentment to macy '^/aiea durinp'4,liV?pproachicg Xmastide. - » _' The great reduction offik 8,) vi'Tbhe £ ik^quivalent to a reduction oiPoK'E POURD in THtfJSKf^TWO POUNDS in SIX. For example— . Lot 1.— Ladies' ZEPHYR COSTUMES ; usual price 21a., now 14j. Lot 2.— LadieB' TRIMMED HATS; usual price 10a. 61., now 7s. Lot 3.— TURKISH TOWELS, large size; usual price Is., now 8d. Lot 4— Gent's TWEED SUITS, tailor made j usual price 303., now 203. Lo^^^^^,TWEED ;br GALATEA SUITS, K.B. or sailor; usual' price 6 }.,' now ii. Lot 6.— Gentlemen's WHITE SHIRTS; ^usual price 4s. 61., now 3s. ; Lot 7.— Gent's TWEED COATS ; usual price 8a. 6d., now 53. 6d. Ladies and Gentlemen, be it remembered that no storekeeper can serve you well unless he buys well himself, and in the mea...
SPORTING. TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
SPORTING. TURF NOTES. (BX ATLAS,) The BdjoDrned annnal meeting of the members cf the Albury ltacing Club will ba held tonight Bt 8 o'clock at Mr. W. Davey's Albion Hotel. Mr. E, De Mestre, jun., a son of the old racing man of the same name, has began busi ness as a trainer at Redfern, Sydney. If the young fellow ia aa good at the game as his father used to be, he should do well. The chestnut grelding Achilles, the property of the Messrs. Fullerton (who had a conple of good horses in Carrington and Marsden in their stable), has been taken in hand by Bob Ward, and will most likely make his debut over the ' little sticks' at the March meeting of the Albnry Kace Olub. This horse was started in the Handicap Hack Saee at the spring meeting in November, but misbehaved himself by refua ing to accompany the rett of the field, ar.d was left at the post. When he got going, however, he showed that he possessed a dash of pace in galloping abnut a furlong, and thea ran off the course He is a like...
JINDERA. WEDNESDAY, January 15. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
JINDERA. (FBOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT ) * Wednesday, January 16. The weather has been very hot and sultry, until Monday evening, when a cool wind rc.se f and on Monday night raiu set ii- and laaUd till 8 a.m. Tuesday inoining— a wvlcotue 'change. The water tupply in iho bcut,e lacks was replenished ; water waa getting very scarce outside the Government tank, which bus a good depth, despite the hot, dry weath r wa have had for the past month. The stripping its doue ia ibis pai.t, and the threshing machines are on. their rounds Tho wheat carting io llui genorul work no-v eugagiDg the atcenii'.iu of limners and teamsi-;r». Preparations arti bi-i't^ made ior ihs G rtnjin, picnic, which, I am ii)f-m-!*!, jijuai/ba a. hul liant success. A ksige wciking committee- h-:s been appointed to bee co the requironents of the visitory, aucl a mauifusto has bt;eii ia^uai), arxi i« in circulation, inviting tSn pn-.rints favor* b'.e to tho causo to attend and b' ing rli tiuir frkuuis. Singing practice ...
MYRTLEFORD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
MVRTLEFORD RACES. Tha annual meeting of the Myrtleford Ama teur Turf Club was held on Friday last. Rain fell in the morning, but towards noon the clouds cleared away, and the afternoon was fiue, The ' attendance was good, and the racing interesting. The following were the results :— TBIAL STAKES, Of 7 sovs. One mile. Weight for age. H. Hoysted'a Blue Eyes (Wheeler) ? 1 Chambers' British Peer (Hart) ... .]. 2 Diver and Maxim were the only other startora, HACK BAOB, Of 3 sovs Six furlongs. Sat. up. D. Slater's Forget-me-not (Johnson)... ... 1 J, Peppard's Ovation ? ... ,„ % Roy and Peroni also started, MYRTLKFOBD HANDICAP, Of 20 sovs, One mile and a quarter. H. Hoysted'B Wicket, 6 7 (Hoysted)... ... I E. Chambers' Euolase, 8 2 (Hart) ? 2 W. Jackson's Clamour, 8 9 (Callaghan) ... 3 The other nominations were Mullyari. O K. PaotoluB, Lottery, and British Peer. Wiokeli won easily by three lengths. HACK RACE, Of 2 bovs. Once round the course. l(ht no. Bell's La Belle (Blewitt) ? ... 1 Mat...
GENERAL SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner and Wodonga Express — 17 January 1896
GENERAL SPORTING. An Aquatic Carnival is being arranged to take place at tbe Albury public baths on the 27th January. Racing for boys from 8 to 17 years of age, duck hunting, diving contests, water polo, &c., will form a portion of the pro gramme. The arrangements are in the hands of Mr. A. S. Manders, who is sure to provide a good day's amusement for visitors. There is no truth in the statements in circula tion a short time ago that Parsons would accom pany Z mmerman to America and Ergl&nd. Od the 27th January Zimmerman will race at Launceston, and may possibly again ride in Melbourne before he goep to America. HiB health is said to be greatly improving under Dr. Springthorpe. The League of Victorian Wheelmen have en gaged the Melbourne Cricket Ground for a championship meeting to be held on let aad 2nd February. Prizes to the value of £300 will be given, which will include tha League Cup of £100 first prize. Five and ten mile champion, ship races will also be run. ...