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  5. CRUMPETS.

    One pint good butter-milk, one pound flour, a small piece of soda mixed with a little new milk, a small piece of cream of tartar, a tablespoonful of sugar, and ...

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  6. MILLINERY.

    In millinery the black and white harmony predominates. Satin ribbon, in bright shades of Burgundy and claret, form wreaths of looped ribbon ...

    Article : 220 words
  7. Municipal Elections.

    Sir. DeLow, one of the candidates for the representation of Mar[?]den Ward, in the Parramatta Borough Council, addressed the ratepayers from the balcony of the Woolpack ...

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  8. Fruit—Its Losses and Profits.

    There is no valuable reason why a solitary pound of our fruit should be wasted. Yet the deplorable fact remains mains that “to waste” is the fate of ...

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  9. THE TOILER

    To brighten the complexion, take a wine-glass and a half of rose water, into which put ten drops of simple tincture of benzoin. Sponge the face with ...

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  10. The Handful of Things we Know.

    Several years ago, an American humourist and poet published some verses called “Little Breaches.” This was an odd name given to a very small boy who was caught out in a ...

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  11. Gardener’s Calendar.

    KITCHEN GARDEN.—Plant and sow nearly the same as last month ; transplant salads, onions, carrots. Asparagus beds to be kept clean. Cucumber ...

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  12. A QUAINT ORNAMENT.

    Common garden peas make a pretty decoration. Fill a glass bowl or tumbler with water, tie over the top a bit of coarse of muslin, and cover it with peas, ...

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  13. SKIRTS.

    Skirts cling as closely as ever to the hips, but increase in volume round the lower edge or hem ; the fulness, however, is well kept to the back, where ...

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  14. ‘HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY.’

    Last week an Irishman accidentally broke a pane of glass in Peter Morgan’s shop window, and was making the best of his way out of sight; but ...

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  16. A HANDY FI[?]HU (MATRON’S)

    For evenings is an effective arrangement of lace and ribbon made on a net foundation. It should be removable from one dress to another, thus not ...

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  17. ANGEL CAKES.

    The whites of six eggs, six ounces powdered sugar, a teaspoonful vanilla essence, four and a half ounces corn flour. Beat the whites of eggs to a stiff ...

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