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MILK ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

U1LK BOLLS. To eight ounoes ol dry flimr mil a liltli fill salt, and two ounoos of fresh bull it ; add *J5 half an ounce of Germsuy jcas' ami an egg ftij? bcaton with u small cuji of milk, wbicfi f K should bo warm but not hot. Wlion mixed [i'J. to a firm dough, covor it up wotl in tho patue *f f^r p»n to rise, in a warm placo, und wbeu risen I :? ?* make into rolls and bake quickly. Tbo roll. j ? may be brushea over wilt too white of au I / egg before they are put on tbo bakiug tin J' Bake for a quarter of an hour in a brisk J: oven. ?- V*

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

GOULBURX. [From our ExchangM.] A most distressing double droxming fatality occurred at Gou'burn on Sunday afternoon, when two little girls, children of Mr. and Mrs. Lipscombe, were drowned. It ap pears that the children were playing en the bank of the Wolloudilly, near the r^parents residence, aud. while ch.ising each' other oue fell. into th river. The other little one a.tem-Jted a rescue, and ju. doing so- ;-j- lost Her life. Ths two bodies, were - 'fi subsequently recovered. Wide- '': \. spread sympathy is expressed for ?''; the bereaved pirents. . . : * * , ? ?* ' ?; There was some tall talking at the local Eight-hour Associalio.i meeting on Thursday €*enuig_ ';

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRENCH ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

FEEKOH BOLLS. To every pound of Gae white flour allow an ounce of batter, a pint of milk, a large teaxpoonful of yeast, and a pinch of salt. Put the buttor in the milk and make warm then add it to the yesat snd salt, and mil all well together. Then etir these ingre. dients into tho flour, and lot the dough rise, keeping i* covered, and in a warm piano. Kooad it well, shape into rolls, let them ri at again for a few minutes, acri bake iu a quick oven for twenty minutes. When done brush lightly over with the while of an ogg to give a glazed appearaccc.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. Council Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

LOCAX. NEWS. Council Hatters. Tun Municipal Council this week invites tenders for lighting the street lamps for one year from April i. Applications are also invited lor the position of valuers.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STRENGTHENING DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

A 8TnEr*OTHEcJING DBINK. Boil as maoh pearl or Scotch barley in wator as will make about 'tree pints, then strain it off ; and, having dissolved an ounce of gum arable in a little, water, mix them, and boil the whole np together. Tho barley water need not be thick, as the gum gives it sufficient consistency. Whm nun), take it - milk-warm, and the good effect will genet- ; ally be soon manifest.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO FIGHT SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

TO FIGHT SOCIALISM. '? My grave duly at (he pewnt time, il v.-eiim to me,' concluded Mr. Reid,' is to t-.ideavorto prevent Australia guingdown tt. the depths of socialistic chaus.'-l)aily Tipcr Riport. Mr. Rkh) regards himself as a man with :i mission — who is to save this unhappy ciuiitrv from whirling itself iuto Socialistic chaos. Once before Mr. Reid had a mission, too. Then he was to save the ? ? ? country from the Protectionists ! — and (out of office) he told L the people that, piveii his j|' his chance, he would guarantee j|/ prosperity and an era-' of It- happiuess and general slout |k ness arising out of a pleutitude w~ of good things for all mankind. P He was given his opportunity &.- — and failed. He clashed with p the Legislative Council, and fe appealed to the country for a fee niandate to ' reform ' the fes Council ; and when the coun sS- try gave him his mandate, he ;-. commenced the work of ?' re form ' by sending five or six sturdy tones and two or three ' ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES FROM TALLAGANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

NOTES FROM TAL LAGAKDRA. £Bv ' Starlight.'] A number of friends assembled at ' Wantagong,' the residence of Mr. J.. T.. Lucas, on Friday iiig it last, to spend a social evening aud to bid good-bye to Mr. Lucas and family, who: are going to 'tass to. reside ; and aiso to welcome the newtenants, Mr. and Mrs.. E- Lucas, of Wya long.. About 20 couples were present. Dancing was commenced at ti o'clock to excellent music supplied by Mr. W. Sible, assisted by Miss Casey and Mr. A. Casey. Mr. A. Walker officiated as M.C. 10 the entire satisfaction of all. Refreshments, which were liber ally supplied by the ladies, and of the very best kind, were handed round at midnight, ami, after all present had done justice to the good things provided, dancing was again resumed and kept going witli great vigor until daylight appeared. After wishing Mr. Lucas and family all sorts of success aud pros perity in their new home-, tlic- visi tor? departed, well sat^ficd with their night's amusement.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

YASS. IVTOIIlltai'HIin'KK.) Thkrk was quite a liiatrinionial buzz in Yass on March 1st, no Ios than three weddings taking place. In the forenoon at St.. Augustine's Church Miss Margaret Anne Richards, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Richards, of Bown ing, was married to Mr. Thomas Hall, of Euralie; and Mr. John M ienry Richards, the eMesv biciher j of the bride, was married to Miss jg Margaret Agnes Ryan, of Bowning. M In the afternoon, Miss Thompson, 1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.Thomp- 9 son, of -Good Hone, was married to 1 Mr. Richardson, of Queanbeyan. J * * * 3 The death is announced of Mr. I V. W. Hume, of Tarengo. The | sad death of Mr.. Fred. Hume is '\| only of recent happening, preceded ' -«| by the equally sad death of the eld- -3| est daughter of the house, Mrs. % Geikie.. 1 * if % -3 Mrs- John Mitchell died in the || hospital on Saturday night. The '-gM deceased lady had many friends and i^B relatives in toivji and district, and ' Sol her funeral (which took place o...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

riSHIHO. 1 he Goodradigbee has become so famous for trout fishing, and the last party that was here met with such success, that I have no doubt it will not be many weeks before we have other visitors to our mountain \ stream. .3 It is not necessary to be an expert ,^i to succeed at trout fishing. Qur aH oJd friend; Mr. John Biundeli, of .. ,- -'-^B Condor, headed the list of the last . 'SB party that was out with a catch of -'39 90. He still believes in the oM 'l|| method — the plain rod. *'ja| 6/3/05- ? ? M

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEKEEPER. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

SQUSfflnEPSB. HOUSEHOLD II NCS. Sattermilk will tike onl mildew. Hot water and fine cjalu will clean bottles. Scrape pots and kettles with a breadbnife. The best glass toxola are male irom old napkins ana tablecloths. Clean zino wilh hot soapy water, then polish with kerosene. Keep big lumps of charcoal ia dark, damp corners to purify the air. Lamps, lanters, etc., made of wrought iron, may be easily cleansed with a piece of cottun rag just moistened with koroseuo. A thermometer whiuh can be fastened on the outsido af an oven door is useful in bak ing souffljs or aoltcate dishes, as it dues Bway with the need of opening the dour till the article ia done.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

ATHOEI8MS. If it were not for hopo, tlie heart would break. Sorrow's beat autidole Is eniployment. — Youug. All is vanity which fa nut humat — Evelyn. We are shaped aud tgebtaued by what we love.— Qoethe. My desolation begins lo make a better life ? Shakeijnare. Affected modesty is the most vloloui form of self ?conuiousnesi. To-morrow is the day on which idle men work, and fools reform. Oa tbe soft bed of ]nziu/ most UagSooa

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAKING HIS POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

MAKING UIS rOINT. \Vhen lhc court ou a ivcBtcrn circuit was itiut'enrd and tlie liusiness was abontto begin il was discovered that there were noitier ]-ens, ink nor paper for the use of tlie bench ur the bur. ?How it, Uii», Mr. Clerk?' inquired the judge. ' There is uo luuuey allowed for it by the county, sir, mid we can't got thu articles without money.* The judge niado acvvnl reinarlu not at all cump'itneutury to the county. ? I've bwMi m a good many courts,' put in a pouipjiu nud i-cdanlic htwrer from the east temporarily tu try a case, ' but Ous is the wurrtlevur saw.1 The judge jumpal liira on fie spot. 4 Vou ar^ tiaed £'2 fur couteinpt, air,' he thundered. ' Hand the flue to the clerk, Mr. Lawyer kicked, but ho had to hand over the money or go U- jail, aud the judge wouldn't have il auy other way. ' Mr. Clerk,' said the judge, when the fine lisd been haudod him, ' gooutnnd ret allthe P&ur, iuk aud paper necessary for tiio UBe of this court and give the KenUeman back hi...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIMPLE REMEDIES [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

81MTLTS REMEDIES Cloths dipped in hot potato Tf^.er are recominonded for immt-diiite ani i^.v^ipleie relief in the severest ca ss ui; rliuunat ism. A piece of charcoal laid u,R.n a bun: v :11 easo it almost immediate';-, --nd if ku,'t there an hour, it ia said, tho wound will ba - vui ilv hcalod. Por those Buffering from weak lungs or hacking cough, a few drops of tar td!, :j -m a lump of sugar will (,-ive relief, tire orrix drops should l» euflicient {.ir a grawu pawn. When attacked oj palpititUou ot the heart, let the patient Iio down as mod e- possible ou tbe right i-ide, partially on the fate. In this position the heart will resumo its action almost immediately. Poipdeiod t-liarcoal, taken on firta ri-ing in the moruiug, is n good tnediciue f jr bilious KercBune poured on red flannel and bound on the throat will ease Boreucis. It will ulau heal cuts and cure chilblains. An equal bulk of lima water makes cud liver ail nearly tasteless. It is f aid that pineapple juice is us activ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CELLARITIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

C12L3.AHITIS. 1 Collai.iu.' is the name that has bcon given to (no sick ej-clls that many city |faruilies, iortunuto cnuugh to bo able to iro out of town for the summer season, suffer from when they return uud open np tbo house tfiat has been closed tightly during the time of their absence. It -srises from tLj 'lamp, dark low cavity beneath the houao called a cellar, which may have been tightly closed for time or four months. In this csvitj bacteria Lave been thriving and increasing in con ditions just suitable, for light and air are fatal to them. Ther Iiavo bom tpreadi'K through the darkened, closed-up house. The trouble is usually dubbed malaria, aud it ib often a&cribcd to (hi country place just left. All would be well if the city bouse had been properly aired by lUe eccvauti Lcic beliind or by tho caretaker.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Scientific Notes. DOUBLE BEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

Scientific Notes, DOUBLE BEDS. The same, kind ol e-.onomy wl-ii-f- vrjuld put two people in the same bed to Bleep, would, if carried far enough, requiro them to sit in the same chair and eat frum]the same plate. In a f cterai way, each person should Have an ontire bed. Two or three single beds In the aauic rojm whew that is a neces eity, are much better tuariputtuig two or threo into ono large bed. This is especially irue where cither person is nerwns, restless, or in imperfect healt'u from any oause. The siiyht movement of another person is fio '^ue^Uy sufficient to dispel approaching slumber and induso a long period of wake fulness. &ttledinM2naiaircquentlyowetiU! origin to this causs.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCORDING TO LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

ACCOKD1KO 1C- LAW. Judge to witness— 'Now, madam, I wast you tu distinctly uudarsiand that hearsay is uut etidi-uoe. How ulil are youf ' 1 don't knuw, judge.' ' Don't kaoMf' ' i have no evidence of in* asre.' ? What do you mean r' * I am told that I am so xu&nv years old, judge, hut it's only hearsay, auuyculsnow that icn't rtijciiui.'

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BOY WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

A. i,0V WITNESS. TIb I.(..u Iiny.jr oue day hai e, 5ltU«! b?jr as a ivitness in « Vcm before him, ami j.o ibought tit, according to tlie n^vdl itrnctiie, to test the boy's orthodoxy by first asking, iu a paternal way, wliother he knew whore bud poonlp went to after they were dead. Ilia lordchip was very much disconctriod by tho ready answer, * No, 1 dou'i - *.o more don t you : nobody dou't know t1 r.t.'

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Spare Moments. LOOKING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

Spare Wsftnls,'- ? LOOKING AHEAD. A lsdy of my acquainrani/t, who had promised an old Scotchwoman living in her village a present of a new bonnet, called on her some days Bince wl'ts -;lx-ntto make the purchase, to know wbioli 6u» -would prefer, a felt or a straw on'. 1 Weel,' said sin, - I think I'll taV a strae ane ; it will maybe to c rjouthfu' to the coo when I'm through vri' it.'

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

FOOD. Most edaoatsd people have queer notions about food. It is generally ?Imagined that an egg contains as much nutriment as a pound of lean beefsteak. As a matter of fact, It has -0 per cent less nutriment, pound for pound, Beef etrtoin Is only 7S nor cent as nutritious as Iwans and peas. Chicken and turkey are ahead «f pets and beans in this respeor, being the most nutritious foods known. Shad and mackerel aro as nutritious as sirloin steak. Lean beef is nearly throe fourths water. Coalers say that the demand for 6sb it actually increased to a oonaidewble extcat by tie popular belief that it is good brain food. The reason for this i- sunnosed to be that fiih ooatalna a great dral of phosphorus an ritar-ent that is more abundant in the braic end nerves than in other parts of tbe human booy. But the fact is tW there ui no ?pedal sboa3ioc? of phospaunu in nth If there were, it would be of no importance. The widely-circulated pbra«e, 'Without phosphorus there is no thought,' was orig...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Essayist MAKING POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Queanbeyan Leader — 10 March 1905

Essayist - KAKtKG POETRY. Then are yet some persons left who fancy that poetry is the product of a fine frenzy ; that the poet of genius makes from a (ub hmsttd cataleptic tranoe to fill pago eflcr page with cflortlen beatitudes. A number of manuscript throta of Lonefellow'ri ' Vt. celslor,1 which may .be found in Harvard, fhould not only explode this theory, writes a ??lever correspondent, but give hope to many a discouraged amateur. A* Longfellow first constructed the fin* verse of this poem, it ran: The shades of night were falling fast Aa through an Alpine village passed A. youth who, as the peasants aung, Responded in an unknown tongue, Excelsior. This was manifestly weak, as thb only juug was that they might afford a rhyme for tho youth'n rcsponii) in an unkooiru tonguo. K second trial at the verso, hnw evor, not only foiled to improve it, but arranged it in such form ILnt it is difficult -o bulicve Longfellow guilty of tho fault, me two last linos of the verse were made to re...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Leader, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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