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CHRISTMAS BASKETS.

CHRISTMAS BASKETS.

First of all make some little eponge-cakes in deep tartlet tins, which should be about three inches across. When. baked turn out, and just cut off the top all round. Scoop out the centre, and fill with mincemeat, over which put whipped cream. Place a piece of citron across to fo
3 December 1910 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Eve BROWN, 38, Stanley-grove, Thornaby.

Eve BROWN, 38, Stanley-grove, Thornaby.

THE BOY'S . CHOICE. Suppose a fairy staid to me, "Now, think! who would you be If I could make you anyone?" I'd answer, "Let me I'd like to have a lot of gold — You're sure there'll be no hitch ? So make me Mr Bank-boo, 'cos He's rich. "Oh, no; I wouldn't, though I'd rather Rule
3 December 1910 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
MY OLD SHOES.

MY OLD SHOES.

You're now too old for me to wear, poor shoes, And yet I will not sell you to the Jews; Yon Wandering little boy must barefoot. go, Through mud and ram, and nipping frost and f9ILOW ; And as he walks along the road or street, The flint is sharp, and cuts his tender feet, My shoe
3 December 1910 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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6 August 1927 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
The Right Effect.

The Right Effect.

For nearly an hour the talkative man had bored his fellow passengers in the. railway carriage with accounts of his dog, "Towzer. "Sir," said the old gentleman who, had been vainly trying to snatch forty winks, "suppose you took 'Towzer' into a shop and hought him a muzzle, then
6 August 1927 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Temperament: North v. South.

Temperament: North v. South.

Have you ever noticed the acute difference existing in temperament between the breezy son of the North and his suave, polite brother of the South , more particularly, perhaps, of the Metropolis? It became strikingly obvious to me when, after a sojourn of a few years in the "cann
6 August 1927 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
To Cut Out.

To Cut Out.

Fold the material with selvedges together, and place back and front to fold and .cut to shape.
6 August 1927 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
Compote of Cherries.

Compote of Cherries.

Wash one and half pounds of cherries, and cut the stalks, leaving about half an inch on each cherry. Put eight ounces sugar and halfpint water in a pan. Strr until sugar has dissolved, and bail quickly for ten minutes. Add the cherries, and simmer gently for five minutes. Add a
6 August 1927 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
A Linen Wrinkle.

A Linen Wrinkle.

One is often diamayed after washing day to find the corners of sheets, tablecloths, etc., frayed by the wind. A few inches of tape stitched along the selvedge above the hem at each corner will prevent this, and add mornths of wear to the article. When Rheets get thin in the midd
6 August 1927 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
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6 August 1927 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England