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CHAPTER XVIII. THE RETREAT FROM THE YACHT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 17 April 1914
CHAPTER XVIir. THE HETHEAT PROM THE YACHT. " The devastating eilcct uf tiio pir ate's two shottf was correctly gauged by Captain Gore on the instant that he saw them strike, and knowing that the man-of-war's progress' was checked, he actcd with his usual promptness and decision. Hastening to the bridge, he rang his hell hard, and shouted a couple of orders. The steam was stmt off, and the ridges of foam fell away from the bow, the King of Troj lay gracefully and at ease on the swell. By this timij the man-of-war was laying-to, and it was apparent to all that she was out of action and badly crippled. The tumult that then burst from ond t.o end of the cruiser's deck was dro&lt;ulful. Frantic with savage exultation, the horde of pirate ruffians screeched and clam oured until they were hoarse.' From the bridge, with a fiendish smile on his face, Captain Gore looked down upon his motlej crew. And to Dick, as ho listened to the diu and gazed out-over the water, the moment was a bl...
HOW TO PRESERVE EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 17 April 1914
HOW TO?PRKSEHVE 15(208. : l'ivc gallons cold water-,' 2ilbs. finely j slaked lime. ill). salt,. ilb. crenni . of.tartar. ? This mlxturo should he stirred daily for a week, and at the .. end of that time, hav ing allowed it to settle ; down after the : finnl stirring,, the clear, liquid (which.is thou a saturated solu-. Lion) should he. poured' off., It Is then ready for use.. Put 111 the.eggs fresh..:-every day. The ladj can plcaso hersell as , to whethei she pours oft the clear, liquid 01 not. AVo never used to do so when Ave, preserved .them that . way years ago.
THE FARM. MANURING MANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 17 April 1914
I THE FARM. . . 4 MANURING MANGELS. Experiments were conducted by Mr. John Porter. B.Sc., at six centres in :Herefordshire on tho. manuring o! mangels. All the dressings used gave a profit when the increase in the crop was valu*l at 12/ per ton. The ef fects of the manures were striking in many instances, and in certain cases more than double* the bulk of the crop. It was found amongst other things thnt nitrate of soda used as a top-dressing at rate of lewt. per acre immediately after singling time has given an average increase of 4 tons 5Jcwt. per acre. Ktili, a second top-dressing of lewt. nitrate of soda about three weeks after singling time further increased the average yield by 22Jcwt. per acre. Nitrate of lime used as a top-dres sing at the rate of lcwx. per acre has given an average increase of 31Jcwt. per acre of mangels. Superphosphate (4cwt. per acre) in a complete mixture has given better results than Scwt. per acre of basic slag, so far as the weight of the mangels is co...
GOLDEN CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 17 April 1914
(1 OLDEN OAKlii. Hair ib. butler, li'lb. while sugar, ij cups flour, i cup milk, yolks of 6 eggs, white of 1.' etfg, !.' teaspoon cream of tartar,- i teaspoon soda, 20 drops essonco of almonds. Stir Uio butter lo . a' cream, mix with sugar, whisk the efljgs, add to the sugar and "butter., then add flour ; lastly, tho soda and croani of tar tar.. Put 1 Into a-buttered, mould dusted - with line biscuit, liake In .a moderate ; ovpu hours. .
CHAPTER XIX. THE MATE OF THE BOADICEA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 17 April 1914
CHAPTER XIX. THE MATE OF THE BOADICKA. It was a big drop from the bul- j wark of the King of Troy, and Dick ] went far under when he struck. There I was a buzzing in his cars,- and a j fiaah of pale light bofore his eyes. ! But he was a good swimmer, and ho j held his breath while he .made ener i gctic use of hands and feet. He came quickly to the surface, filled his lungs, and looked eagerly round. Tbo sea was Htill boiling and heaving | from the effects of the explosion, and he was down in a trough of the j waves. The next instant be was flung j up on a curl of foam, and he saw ' Lucille Montejo's head and trailing J lOork hair within a few feet of.'him. | By fast and bard strokes Dick cleav- j cd a way through the billows. Ho reached tlio girl and slipped one arm round her. She struggled in his grasp und tried to turn nnrt clutch him with her hands. This increased the danger of the situation tenfold, and Dick nearly lost hope. "Keep cool ! Don't take hold ol mo " he cricd. "II yo...
SEA-PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 17 April 1914
SEA-r.Ili). lifc.-Vou f.will ^'-require Cor.-- -this . some t ljciefslcnk^ or^i sonic"? nice -pieces . of r beef;-^allowing enough . foi* each per son. A little Tat bncon is a niee addition, and about .half a pound cY hveiv You also requires some omous, a carrot, a piece oCturnip, .and a stulkof celery-all cut small. Gut the meat invsmall. pieces, and season ivith salt and peppeiv; clean the ' vegetables alternately into a large ',dccp saucepau, and add a little water.' On the top place a round piece . of suet " pastry, about an inch thick.v This should fit the top .of the saucepan.Cover with the lid; - allow'! the contents to boil- > up once; -draw, to: the side, awhswnmcr for . three hours, v . - To servo., plnce meat and -vegetables .In . a hot dish, and put the pastry on top,, .cut. in four picces. Potatoes, plainly boil ed, arc served in a well-warmed vegetable dish.
MILK JELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 17 April 1914
MILK JELLY. > Milk jelly' or blanc r mango is notir ishing as well as refreshing rind If 'carefully,;flavoured, is generally liked. The flavouring should be varied as much as possible. To add a small quarter-pint pot of black currant jelly to a pint of the blnne-mimgc flavours it very, pleasnntly, while brandy, almond, lemon and vanilla enn .also be used to make variety. . &lt; Junkot is an excellent food, and, if served with whipped and flavour ed cream, is extremely 'nourishing. .Milk soup is delicious if carefully mude, and quite inexpensive. To make it, put one pint of milk in a double saucepan, or in a well-cov orcd jar that can be put in a oven. Add to it a little of any root vegetable you happen to havo on hand-turnip, carrot, onion, celery, artichoke-cutting them into small pieces first. Lot simmer gently till the vegetables are tender, then strain, pressing the vegetables gently to get out the juice. Thicken slightly with arrowroot, add a flavouring of pepper and...
HOME-MADE POT COVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
HOME-MADE POT COVERS Empty thread spools tind . the:' tins used as extra insido covers in Inert cans aro usually thrown away, l)iit those can 1)0 put to good iiso;'as" kettle covcrs, it they are.made ;uf> s a3 follows : Saw the spool in half as shown, maka a hole in the cciilro of the tin and run a screw or nail through the spool ami the tin; then flatten its cncl on^ the under side. 'This .will ma1*o. -an cx~ ccflont cover for a pot.
DIGESTIVE BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
DIGESTIVE . J11.SCIJITS. . For* these bisouitsj the ..principal constituent is \vhcatunv;mcal,. i anil ill». or this jneal ;is first'vnnxcd in a : bnsin with a pinch -: of;, baking sodn,1 a qunrtcr iofv-a'.toaspoonful of salt,. and ; a dessert-spoonful . of castor sugar. Then into -tlicso. in gredieuts crumble;, finely &lt;. 3oz. v of butter, or, if preferred;' loz. of drip ping and 2o/.. of, butter : wjI! : do instead. Work all theso ingredients into a very stiff paste with a httlff sweet milk, knead well,- roll out, and cut* into rounds the size of a teacup. Then place tho rounds on a greased tin, prick them* with a fork, and bake in a moderate ovon for' a 'quarter of an hour. - . y,
SHREWSBURY BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
SII1115W Si U U I! Yi. It 1S 0 (J1TS; . 2" . a.basin beat to a cream :'lo/.. oC butter- with 'AM,, of castor.: sugntv Mix in" a plate :. Jib.:. oT llour, with n quarter of a: teuspoonful of &lt;b»k-; ing powder - and a pinch- of .salt; Having noxt well beaten an egg, ailrl to it a . few drops of. leu\on flavouring. . .Alternati'It' add to tlio beaten crcaiu of gutter and sugar Uio dry ingredients in smalt quan-. lilies with tliu beaten egg v until: all is used- /up.. Knead the dough lightly, roll -out^ thinly^ . . and > r ent into both oval and'crcsccnt;shnpes.> Tins is done by first cutting out the rounds, then by cutting each round in two with tho cutter-a crcscent and oval shape being thus ...obtain ed From each round. Place r. these on a greased tin, and bake m ^a very moderate oven for - a .quarter of un hour.
BANBURY BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
ban nu ny ? m s tyiirs In a basin mix- (to/.. - of flour, and '2oa. of cornflour, adding, to theso : 3oz. of castor . su^aiy a quartor of a l«Mispoonful.>: of baking powder, and a pinch of.'salt. :A\ith the^tipa of the (infers crunihla in finely Ulb. of butter, afterwards.. adding'..of. currants, \vnshori;i,dricdr andtpickud. Moisten Ihesc'iugrcdienl* to a stiff dough with a u'ell-bcatcn; egg . then' turn out-, knead well, / and roll out thinly: ' 'J ho &lt;lou^h out into rounds the- size :of a brenkfastcup, tho round being, placed on a greased tin/vnn'd-baked in a moderate oven until they become - a pale.yellow-,co-. lour. . As va rule these, biscuits lake about a quarter. of an hour, to fire.
BRAN BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
3JKAN" BISCUtTS. Mix ill a basin Jib. of flour, 41b. of bran, ljoz. of brown sugar' (1;J lable-spoonfuls), ami a quarter of a teaspoonful of salt. Press the lumps out of a quarter of a lea spoonful of baking^soda and a quar ter of a tenspooiiful of 'cream of tartar, and mix these with the other ingredients. Crumble into the dry mixture lib. of butler, and, whon quite fine, moisten the whole to a very stilt dough with buttermilk. Turn on a floureil board, knead, and roll out thinly, and cut into rounds the size of a teacup. . The rounds arc bakod on a greased tin in a moderate oven for a quarter of an hour. /' I
AT THE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
AT THE TIIEATflE. Mr. J. Ar. Barrio tells un amusing .lory of how a man in the front -=«jw of the pit of a theatre nvengwl ?Humself^ upon n woman iu the lust -row of'thc stalls whose hat effectiml prevented him from seeing the -.Cage. "Jf you won't take olt .vou'r luil." *e said linnlly, in a Cliestei-fii'Ulinii tone of politeness, "will you bu so tiiul, niy dear madam, as to fold oack your ears ?" Balloon soundings have shown Him ![singly low tcinpfrnlureK in the »]»? p air, 122 decrees below zero bus gn recorded nt 48,514 feet ; while jj/ionnu, M. N'iuifuhr obtuincd n sfrd ol V2\ '.Ir^cci.'.s follow zero at fy HI ,H?*J Midsummer t>eem& I'oriit* hi Oir.iju-r .mil mitittiraer ir rtaat edr"* *t lA* ohiuimi jrotfec«.j
Malvern Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
M Malvern Police Court. ,? At Malvern Court on Monday, before Messrs. Hattnm (chairman), ' Holmes, Anderson, Brinsmead andf I Fells, J's.P., George Malcolm ; Campbell was charged with assault ing his wife on Easter Monday, and also with having threatened her life. , ????:? - Mr. . Jos. .: L'Estrange, who ap peared for plaintiff, said' there-had--, been repeated acts of: assault clur-i ing their six years of married life, ; Snd four years ago plaintiff with-1 drew a charge against him. - He j had made numerous promises of rc ! form, and had .broken them , every, lime. ' - - ! Annie Eliza Campbell, who ap ! peared with a black eye,, said she ' was married six years ago.-that day.. Her husband,. whilst under the in-. .ftuence of drink, had repeatedly as- ' saulted her. and she . had-forgiven : him. On Iiaster Monday night lie? came ^ home drunk, and - after: threatening to shoot her, lie pulled: her nose and blackened her right' eye.- She was now afraid of him, I and desired the -prote...
Ladies' Column. VARIOUS BISCUITS. GINGER SNAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
Ladies' Column. ' * VARIOUS BISCUITS. CIINGF.K SNAPS. Mix in a basin $lb. of flour, and add to it a pinch of s»ilt, "oz. of sugar (two tablespoonfuls), a tea spoonful of ground ginger, tho same quantity of««Ja:naica. pepper,, a small shako of whilo pepper, and a quar ter of a teaspoonful of baking soda with the lumps pressed out. Into these ingredients crumble 2oz. of butter, and moisten the whole to a .stiff dough with a little golden syrup. Turn the dough on to a floured board, roll out thinly, cut. into sninll rounds, and baka oil a greased tin in a slow oven for from a quarter of an hour to twenty- minutes.
A WAITER'S FORTUNE. SOLDEN HARVEST OF THIRTY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
A WAITER'S FORTUNE. S0L11I5.V HAIIVK.ST OP THIRTY YEAUS. After thirty years' continuous ser vice, Charles Miller, employed at the Aster House Hotel, New York, ami cne of the best-known waiters in .America, retires from active servii.o with a fortune, estimated at £20. .rfOO, derived chiefly from tips judi -ciously invested in model flats. Like other successful waiters (says «41ie "Telegraph"V Miller had a re «&lt;lmrknMe mnmory for faces. and dC;.uIo u special study of the taste of Knd ividual customers. lie prides him* «self of having cut more sandwiches 4Uinn any living man outside the cranks of professional sandwich-nmk &lt;TTS. . His salary was £0 monthly; -and -jQOst of the tips consisted of very >tfmall amounts. Since 1876 ho had 'Worked JO hours daily. The chief re* (Section he has derived from a long «pld useful career -is t hat the average .ait11 and woman oats far too much,. *£Tis long-lived customers always ate sparingly.
(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 8. CHAPTER XX. AFTER MANY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 April 1914
(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. 1 , By W. Murray Graydon, Author ol "Matthew Quln," "Tho Ourso of the Cardews," otc., etc. PART 8. CHAPTER XX. AFTER MANY DAYS. But tho young Englishman found none-Mary Ferris exccptod-to share his melancholy that moraine:. From end to end of tho emitter nil was ex citement and eagerness, light-hearted laughter and jesting. Home wnn in sight-a haven of refuge and rest. Groups of men picturcsquo in cool, wbito clothing, stood looking for ward from tho bulwarks. The officers moved about with smiling faces, Ja son Gore conspicuous among them in fresh linen and a new suit of blue serge, and with the bonignnnt expres sion of a man who would not will ingly harm a fly. 'Fh?- gap of the past six weeks, un eventfiil though it was, requires a brief mention. Tho fog that had blot ted out the two .American men-of war lasted all night, the cruiser steaming through it at rccklcss speed, and in tho morning a des...