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  2. FASHIONS.

    Most of the drapery establishments showed at least a few of their autumn goods on Monday, and in some autumn reigned supreme Others were still in the throes of the summer ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,544 words
  3. OUR PUBLIC WOMEN.

    Coincidentally Mrs. Kate Dwyer, formerly Miss Golding, was born at Tarobaroona goldfields, New South Wales, her father being variously an owner and manager of gold mines. It ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,252 words
  4. FOR WOMEN.

    The event of the week was, of course, the opening up of autumn clothes in the shops. But the number of buyers was small in comparison with former shows. Nor did the women ...

    Article : 878 words
  5. APPEAL TO WOMEN.

    His Majesty's Trade Commissioner urges women's attention to the important influence which they can exercise in helping to prevent future wars of this kind by resolutely refusing ...

    Article : 367 words
  6. MELBOURNE DOINGS.

    One of the most important happenings, from the feminine point of view, that we have had in Melbourne these many months took place last Tuesday, when one of our most popular ...

    Article : 1,786 words
  7. COLOR IN DRESS.

    For the woman who would be well dressed, one of the most Important subjects to be considered is color. Black, which will be the fashionable color of ...

    Article : 834 words
  8. THE HOUSEHOLD.

    In summer soup is one of the most grateful of foods, and can be eaten when nothing else is fancied. Then again, in winter it is also relished by the majority. ...

    Article : 37 words
  9. LENTEN SOUP.

    Slice and fry to a nice brown four large onions in a sufficient quantity of butler; and four quarts of skim milk; have pealed and boiled a number of potatoes (for quantity use ...

    Article : 70 words
  10. CABBAGE SOUP.

    Remove the coarse outer leaves from a good-sized cabbage. Shred the remainder finely, and wash it thoroughly and drain. Soak in boiling water for ten minutes and drain again. Place ...

    Article : 72 words
  11. MY LITTLE BOY.

    My little boy "played soldiers" on the lawn, Wielding his wooden gun with noisy glee. Cried, "Bang! Bang! Bang! and drew his mimic sword. ...

    Article : 263 words
  12. TURNIP SOUP.

    Take 1lb. of young turnips, ½lb. of Carolina rice, and ¼lb. of fresh butter. Let all this, duly seasoned, boil slowly together till perfectly tender. Pass through the sieve. Heat ...

    Article : 45 words
  13. SPRING SOUP.

    Cut up into small pieces an equal quantity of carrots and turnips. Put these to boil in as small a quantity of water as possible. At the same time boil in another saucepan equal ...

    Article : 147 words
  14. CREAM OF BARLEY.

    Fry two sliced onions and one sliced carrot and two turnips and a piece of celery in butter, then add one- quart of milk, six peppercorns, and cook quite gently for three and a half to ...

    Article : 83 words
  15. CARROT SOUP (WITHOUT STOCK).

    Clean and slice six carrots and slice two onions, wash and chop the outside leaves of a head of celery, and place in a pan with one quart of milk; add salt and pepper and a pinch ...

    Article : 99 words
  16. INVENTIVE WOMEN.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 343 words
  17. WARE DOMESTIC PETS.

    A child fondling a cat or playing with a dog is a pretty enough picture to inspire the brush of an artist; but the cold eye of the medical man, trained to ferret out new sources of ...

    Article : 817 words
  18. KITCHEN GARDEN FOR MARCH.

    Savoy cabbage grows readily. Seedlings are procurable at sixpence for a bundle of 25 young plants. Bed the plants out at anything from 12in. to 18in. apart in rows, selecting a ...

    Article : 723 words
  19. LONDON PERSONAL NEWS.

    LONDON, January 16, 1915,--Sir Timothy and Lady Coghlan and their family have returned to their flat at Albert Gate Court, Knights-bridge, from the country, where they went soon ...

    Article : 719 words
  20. HEALTH AND THE HOME.

    To the average young and vigorous person, the length of life is a small matter. He or she is full of vitality, and old age is a long way off. But to those who are "getting on" the question ...

    Article : 230 words
  21. MORE AND MORE WOMEN DOCTORS.

    The war is making a very definite opening for an increase--a very material increase, in fact--in the number of women doctors in Great Britain, at least. The opening is not yet so ...

    Article : 278 words
  22. HOUSEKEEPING IN DENMARK.

    A Danish lady, who has lately returned to her own country after a long stay in Sydney, writes thus interestingly to a friend:--"We have a splendid law here with regard ...

    Article : 299 words
  23. HAY FEVER.

    One of the most interesting researches carried out at St. Mary's (London) Hospital lately has been in connection with the [?]noculation treatment for hay fever. It has been shown ...

    Article : 210 words
  24. "HOUSEMAID'S KNEE."

    This disease, also known as prepatello bursitis, is due to inflammation of a small bursa, situated over the lower half of the kneecap and the upper part of the ligament below this ...

    Article : 254 words
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