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  2. How To Make The Most Of Things

    HAVING waited in some trepidation for the coveted offer to appear at the Carlton Theatre in "Lady Luck" Madge Elliot tells, in the fourth of her series of articles, of the great excitement that prevailed on its arrival and of the subsequent stage success. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,445 words

    Beat the butter till soft, then add gradually the sugar, when well mixed add slowly the well beaten eggs, beating the mixture well to prevent it curdling. Should the mixture curdle, add a desertepoon of the flour and beat till smooth. Sift the flour with the soda, salt ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 698 words
  4. Hot Scones For Tea

    freshly made scones are always appreciated. Hot scones for tea are great favorites with young and old. If any milk has become sour, do not throw it ...

    Article : 129 words

    DEAR BEETEEā€”I had written one letter to you saying we needed rain, but before I could post it, it had rained half an inch. Our men have ...

    Article : 257 words
  6. Fruit And Sago Puddings

    COMMONSENSE hints on the making of puddings, and wise ways for using up stale scraps of cake and bread are given by Miss Burchard in this paper, read at the Tantanoola branch meeting of the Agricultural Bureau. ...

    Article : 493 words
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