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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
Vagrant Notes. On 2-foad»y ni(?l)t those cH'zenR ?who had retired to their noli or ill ?'nrned rest, a* thoenso nii^iit lie, wtre fiAelj aw.akfiied by thuKonnd of three nila thots iirod in quick hucect.-iun. V'sionB of. niorder, rape nnd euicidir Jj'ltt-d throng h the nii;nJ6 ot the more jmaijriatise, wliilst *-ven ihe hi'ifcmi i;iiiied, inattor-of.fact personage wins f,-nftfd H CJiisiJoi-iibV* (JiKlitice fniin t!i*j ovftn leuor of h'fi sluml»'r, Ab uo fnrther Fonrid wa« hvard most penile re99med their plijmbprfi : Frinic, fnim force of habit, takiug op the jliread of their snore at the very point they had rMohed when so eaddenly disturbed. Ob enquiry next mornipgit was found' fbat --.f 3iewly.Bpnp;ntcd nighl watchman, au officer whose almuess whilst on duty is such that the footfall of a mosquito arrests his attention, had occasion to lire three shots at cer tain individuals, whose conduct at. the time was quite the rcrer6o of gentle ittinly ; iuJEact, it is alleged, that not satis...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
Oddfellows' sports on Mondav, Still at night. Twenty-live points of rain en Suy | -iay night last locallv. ) Tho bandsmen will present a brave appearance on Monday with their new instrumtsntf. Mr. P. J. Ryan's change of attvt. | iviuio to hand too late for this issue. r-i-t' it nest week. ' _ During1 the week a change of pro jii-it'toi-a has taken place at the Royal Hotel, Mr. Ohus having transferred his interest in same to Mr. John iJealy. The News wishes both the *J-3 and new tenants ' good luck.' ?? J *~ The usual fortnightly meeting of the Municipal Council has been'postpoiwd )i!) Tljursday evening;, owing- to Mos- -!a_v being a holiday. 'Mr. .?. Ly:\ak'a Locket has been :illoted 7st ilb in /he Newmarket Handicap to bo run at Paries an Kuster Monday, aad Jlr. C. Kiee'i Huh list 71b, The Town Band seenis now to iave - firm footing, J-Jfiny difiicaJiioB have ] hcoa ovtrcomo in a vcrv fikori sp3oe of lime, and marvellous progress has ]-een made by tho players., who have .'hown adea...
Simple Cakes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
Simple Cakes. Ingredients : Four ounces of butter, half a pound of flour, a pinch of salt, ?three tablespoonfult; of sifted sugar, one egg. Method : Rub the butter into the flour, add the salt and sugar and the well-beaten egg. Holl oul the pastry to the thickness of a quarter of an Inch, stamp with a fancy cutter, or cut Into diamond shapes with a knife. Rake In a brisk oven for about twenty minutes.
Lemon Fritters. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
Lemon Fritters. Ingredients : Two ounces of beef, suet, one (iowr-rlspnonful of flour, three ounces of breadcrumbs, grated rind and Juice of a lemon, two tablesjioonfuls of pow dered sugar, two eggs, two talilrspoon fuls of milk. Method : Mix the dry in gredients together, add the milk and well-beaten eggs, also the lemon juice. Fry In small quantities In deep fat. Serve hot, with sugar sifted over the fritters.
Good Plain Mutton Broth. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
Good Plain Mutton Broth. Take two pounds of the scrag end of neck of mutton, remove all fat, and cut it into pieces. Place the meal in a pan, and add to it two o.moils of water, two oum~ -f p^arl oarlr-y, with pepper and salt to flavour. Boil it slowly till all the goodness is extracted from tho meat, skimming it carefully meanwhile. Stiain carefully l»-foro serving, adding any seasoning dtsired. When making broth for invalids, never use any herbs or an onion, as they aro often prohibited from the dit-t.
White Cake. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
White Cake. To make an old-fashioned white cake, take one pound of Hour, one tablespoon ful of lard or liutter. a little salt, and as mucli KOda as will lie on a fouvpenny piece. Rub the butter or lard into the flour, iind mix thr sotja with as much new milk as will make it into a moderate ly sun paste. Sprinkle the girdle with flour. The girdlf should be- hot enough to brown the flour hut -not to burn It Twenty-five minutes will he suflMeni for baking.
Gelatine Jelly. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
Gelatine Jelly. To make a quart of gelatine jelly, soak one ounce of opaque gelatine in half a pint of cold water for twenty minutes, then add half a pint of boiling water. Stir until dissolved, add the juice and peel of two lemons, with wine and sugar suffieitnt to make the whole quantity one quart --ua measure). Have ready the' white and shell of one vgg, well beaten together ; stir these briskly into the jelly, then boil lor two li.inuies with out stirring, and remove it from the fire. Allow It to stand two minutes, then strain through a close flannel bag. Let it be nearly cold before putting into moulds. Sherry wine is the best.
A Dexterous Feat. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
A Dexterous Feat. A dexterous French feat Is that of growing hair along the foreheads of womeu with whom Nature has been cruel In arranging for the hair to grow too fur back on the forehead, or when tbe hair springs In an ugly, irreglur line. It is said that, from other parts of tbe bend, short new sprouting hairs are delicately extracted and replanted along the top of an uncomely forehead. This system of repotting the hair is done ac cording t-- the rules Nature observes In the management of her lmir crops ; aud after about three months of careful, regular attendance daily at the office of a specialist, a woman comes forth browed like a Madonna or the glorious Greek Veuuses, ju«t as she may have desired. The Inventor of the new pro cess clings boldly to the argument that no woman can ever expect to lay any claim to beauty whose forehead Is, is he expresses it, ' ungracefully draped,' and that of all beautiful womeu, he never found a face that for 4mlf Its charm did uot depend upon ...
A Sure Cure. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
A Sure €nre. Two married ladles were talking about their respective and respected lords. ' Does your husband forget things ?' asked one. 11 Never,' said the other. ' Well, mine does. I thlnfc there Is hardly a day when he comes home from his office that he doesn't begin to apolo gise for his forgetfulness. Of course, I nave to accept ine apuiogy on nis ijio mise to do better, and the next day the very same thing- occurs.' ' That must be extremely annoying.' ' It Is. Sometimes I get so vexed with him that I really have to scold him.' ' And that never is pleasant.' ' 1 should say not. I'm sure I'd rather be anything else than a scold, but some husbands actually drive their wives to it. I've been married ten years, and sometimes I almost fear if he doesn't improve he will have my temper utterly spoiled.' ' I've been married a dozen years, and I never have any such trouble.' ' Maybe your husband Is an excep tion ?' ' No, he's only average as married men go.' '' Wasn't he ever forgetful ...
Breast of Lamb Boiled. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
Breast of Lamb Boiled. Ingredients : Rreast of lamb, one onion, cloves, pint of slock, quarter of a pound of veal forcemeat, three ounces of butter, a little popper, and salt. Method : Bone Hie hivBBt of luinb, j-ut the bones, an onion stuck with two or throe cloves ?with theptock or water, to boll for gravy. Make a quarter of a pound ot veal force meat, Knrea-] this on the under-side of the breast, mil it round and round, and skewer or tip firmly. Put the buitt-r into a sauffiian, let it melt, then put in the breast of veal, and brown H equally all over. Strain the gravy from the bones over n, add pepper and salt, cover the saucepan and stew unJJI the meat Is tender. Add some browning to the gravy before serving. Spinach or peas may accompany this dish.
The Table. Baked Hasty Pudding. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
The Table. Baked Hatty Pudding. Ingredients : Two ounces of flour, one pint of milk, om; ounce oli butter, sugar to taste, three eggs, jam. Method : Boil the milk, stir In the flour. Beat it over the tire till thick, add the butter, sweeten to taste. When cool beat In the eggs. Spread some jam on the bottom of a pie dish, pour in the mixture, and bake in a goort oven for half-an-hour.
A French Corrida. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
A French Corrida. On a recent Saturday the domestic wild bull of our French neighbours gave a further taste of his quality (says the ?' Pall Mall Gazette'). This time it was not in the ting at Nlmo.s, however. The corrida was run iu Paris itself, and ? proved to he of exceptionally exciting interest. ? Two hundred bulls had been specially or dered from the pampas of South America, and arrived in the French capital, In first-vato fighting condition, aud a special train. A torreador of .sorts, who had his Orammont Act, and a bunch of carrots at his fingers' eu-ls, walked quietly up to the lot to conduct them to the slaughter. But the Gram mout Act, it appears, is not yet recog nised, on the pampas. And the hulls' in ail their lives had known nothing more binding than a lasso ; and there didn't happen to be a lasso fortucom ingf So thirteen of them did as well as theyK?ouId without it, and tossed the dog, and worried the brat, and killed tue carrot-bearer, and eviscerated so vigorously...
A County Council and Cyclists. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
A Counts' Council and Cyclists. A cry of despair has gone up from the Fife County Council on the subject of the abuse of the public highways iu -im( county by -..,vi-Jin-s, and tliey have adopted the course of petitioning Parlia ment on the subject ^says the ' Daily News.'). It is not that there is any detect iu the existing regulations affect ing cyclists, who are under tue same obligations aud restrictions as drivers of vehicles of all sorts, while iu addition they are bound to give notice of their approach, and to carry a lighted lamp at certain times, which the latter are not. The difficulty is that cycling offenders will not counive at their own capture, but almost invariably, as the fife Council pathetically urge, make off at their highest possible speed after a contravention, or on being challenged. H Is expedient, therefore, say lm?* peti- tioners, that further provision should lie made for the protect ion of the public, rtud to insure the detection and punish ment of offend...
"No, No, Massa!" [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
'No, No, lUtissa!'* There 18 a traaiuon mai one ui me old enquires in Maiden, Massachusetts, had a slave who had been In the family until lie was about 70 years of age. Perceiving that there. was not much work lert for the old man, the esquire tcok him one day and made a some what pompous addresB to the following effect : — ' You have been a faithful servant to me and my father before me. I have long been thinking what 1 should do to reward you for your services. I give you your freedom. You are your own master ; you are-your7-wn man.' Upon this the old negro shook his grisly, head, and with a aly glance, which plafnl? showed that he could see through lii» .master's intentions, quickly replied : ' No, no, massa ! you eat de meat, and now you muBt eat de bone.'
The Sketcher. Lady Nell. "La Femme Incomprise." [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 31 March 1899
A Skstcher. ?- Lady Aell. ' La Famine Iocompriee.' I can't follow them, Mr. Jlauden,' says. Lady Nell. Frankly, I reply, ' Nor can I— Which Is just the reason 1 am following you.' She* has strolled out. of ' the niusic ropm, where Wagner is cpmiuj; from the pluuo, and where uvcrvliudv is discuss ing Max , Nordau's ' Degeneration'— ap- parently to drowiTWagjier. '~f -',' What are ' nialtoids,' lilr. Mauduu ?' says Lady Nell, looking dreadfully wor ried, '? ? ' I don't know,' I say. ' Haven't read 'Degeneration.' Never mind.' ' But everybody seems to know,' says her ladyship. ' That is the fun of the thlngt. Every body seems to know.' ' , t; 'But you don't really, UtinVUhey are shamming V' ' Yes, really. Their shamming Is twice cursed. They are 8hauuui;i£ kuow-; ledge of Nordau aud attenUou^to Wng uer.' V, ' I ' We were talking of. mattolds,' says her ladyship a little vaguely. ? ' Let us change the subject,' I say. ' Very well. We wil! -talk of the peo ple in tbe other room, who are ...