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  2. THE HOUSEHOLD.

    CREAM TOMATO SOUP.--To one pint canned tomatoes, or four large raw ones, cut fine, add a quart of boiling water, and let boil till tender. Then add a ...

    Article : 677 words
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  4. THE FESTIVAL TIME OF AUTUMN.

    "No buds of spring, no tender shoots, No summer flowers that fade; Only the Autumn's mellow fruits Are mine. Be not afraid," ...

    Article : 1,335 words
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  6. THE AGRICULTURIST.

    Every farmer should see that the woodshed is put in proper shape. Let neatness and order characterise it. Pile the wood away in such a manner as to economise ...

    Article : 140 words
  7. WIT AND HUMOR.

    "John." exchanged the nervous woman "there's a burglar in the house; I'm sure of it!" John robbed his eyes and protested mildly ...

    Article : 168 words
  8. WATERING HOUSE PLANTS.

    Plants may be injured by too frequently watering the surface of the soil. To water thoroughly, when the plants require it, is essential, and this is the proper method. ...

    Article : 172 words
  9. ISHMAEL PENGELLY

    In due time they arrived at Melbourne, and then they started the Journey to Richard Roberts' Station. They had gone a part of the distance by means of ...

    Article : 5,211 words
  10. A LONG KICK.

    Two Irishman engaged in linen bought an old mule to aid in carrying the burdens. One would ride awhile, then the other, carrying the bales of linen on the ...

    Article : 135 words
  11. WINTER CARE OF HORSES.

    Winter to a critical season for horses; and this to plainly evident from the fact that so many poor and ill- conditioned animals are then to be found. The causes ...

    Article : 266 words
  12. A GOOD REASON WHY.

    "What time of night was it, madam," asked the defendant's attorney, "that you say you saw the prisoner ransacking your room?" ...

    Article : 101 words
  13. THE AUDIENCE WAS SAVED.

    During the performance of a play to a crowded theatre at Biella, Italy, one of the players behind the scenes thought he saw tiny threads of smoke curling up from ...

    Article : 256 words
  14. THINGS WORTH KNOWING.

    Oil-stains may be removed from paper by applying pipe-clay powdered and mixed with water to the thickness of cream; leave on for four hours. ...

    Article : 676 words
  15. DISCOVERY OF THE OYSTER.

    What a subject for an artist--the primitive man with the first oyster in his hand ! The probabilities are that he was puzzled what to do with it, for the thing was shut-- ...

    Article : 696 words
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  17. A VESSEL-STOPPING DEVICE.

    A Peruvian inventor has endeavored to provider against the danger to which vessels are exposed when in the vicinity of icebergs, of from other impending ...

    Article : 278 words
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