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Every Woman's Encyclopaedia 3



Volume 3 of articles relevant to women's life in society

TitleEvery Woman's Encyclopaedia
AuthorVarious Authors
PublisherLondon S.N.
Year1910-1912
Copyright1910-1912, S.N.
AmazonEvery Woman's Encyclopaedia
-A Wrap For Day Or Evening Wear
Concluded from page 1962, part 16 The Adjustment of the Lining-making the Cuffs-finishing Off Place the wrap, wrong side uppermost, on the table, and the ...
-Practical Lessons In Tailoring. Seventeenth Lesson. Double-breasted Coat And Skirt. Continued
Skirt Interlined Round the Hem to Give Firmness at the Bottom-skirt with Rows of Machinestitching on the Hem After the skirt has been measured up, the length ...
-Dress Accessories No. 2. Neckwear For Mornings
A Good Design for a Stock-collar-a Design in Paisley Patterned Cretonne-collar Fastenings There is something refreshing about novelties in the way of neckwear ...
-Floral Crochet
A Charming Application of Crochet Work - Materials to be Used as a Background - The Natural Effect that can be Obtained - Lily of the Valley - Mimosa When ...
-Circular Collar In Honiton Braid And Crochet
Abbreviations: tr., treble; c/i., chain; d.c., double crochet This collar is made with Manlove's thread, 1 No. 60, and two yards of Honiton, better quality, ...
-Home-Made Satchel-Bags
Details that Make or Mar a Dress-the Satchel-bag an Important Adjunct to a Costume-how to Make Some Pretty and Inexpensive Bags Everyone is agreed as to the ...
-Work For Odd Moments
Caramel - White and Browned Crumbs - Glaze - Clarified Fat - Pepper Spice - Vanilla Sugar -Nouille Biscuits - Milk Biscuits - Pink Sugar - Meringue Cases - ...
-Caramel
For Browning Gravy, Stews, etc. Required: Half a pound of loaf sugar. Half a pint of hot water. Use an old saucepan for this, as it does not improve the ...
-White Crumbs
These may be used for coating articles to be fried, puddings, in fact anything in which fresh white crumbs are used. Rub some stale white bread through a wire ...
-Browned Crumbs
Keep all scraps of crust until there is a good quantity; cut off any black bits, and put the rest on a baking-tin in the oven until they are a bright golden ...
-Glaze
This is made by straining some good stock into a saucepan, and boiling it quickly with the lid off the pan until it is reduced to about one-third of the ...
-Clarified Fat
There should be a jar of clarified fat in every kitchen; it is useful for ordinary pastry, for greasing moulds and basins, and can often be used in place of ...
-Pepper Spice
Pepper Spice is a most useful condiment to keep in store; it saves endless trouble in flavouring stews, etc., and is invaluable for forcemeat. Required: One ...
-Vanilla Sugar
This is delicious for sprinkling on sweet fritters, sweetmeats, etc. Required: Half a pound of loaf sugar. Six vanilla beans. Chop the beans very finely, pound ...
-Nouille Biscuits
These may be made in fairly large quantities, for they will keep well in a tin with a tight-fitting lid. They are a particularly light, nutritious biscuit, and ...
-Milk Biscuits
This home-made variety is useful for savouries and serving with cheese. Required: Half a pound of flour. One ounce of butter. One teaspoonful of baking-powder.
-Meringue Cases
These will keep for months in a tin, and are useful to have at hand should an unexpected guest arrive, necessitating additions to the menu. It takes but a few ...
-Mayonnaise Sauce
A recipe for mayonnaise sauce will be found on page 1853, Vol. 3., Every Woman's Encyclopedia. Though a store of this sauce is always desirable, it is ...
-Tempting Salads (See Coloured Frontispiece)
The Possibilities of Salads-diversity of Ingredients-mayonnaise of Chicken-pretty Ways in Which to Serve Fruit Salads-pineapple Salad-game Salad Many people ...
-Ingredients Suitable For Salads
Remains of any cold, cooked vegetable. Scraps of meat, poultry, game or fish. Hard-boiled eggs. Cheese. Any of these, with the addition of a lettuce, some ...
-Some Rules To Remember
1. Wash all lettuce, etc., very carefully. 2. Shake the leaves gently in a cloth to remove the moisture. 3. Be careful not to bruise the leaves. 4. Pull the ...
-Mayonnaise Of Chicken
Required: The remains of a cooked chicken. Three hard-boiled eggs. Two lettuces. A little endive. Mustard and cress. One small beetroot or a tomato. Mayonnaise ...
-A Pineapple Fruit Salad
Required: A medium-sized pineapple. Half a pound of black grapes. Two bananas. One orange. Half a pint of white wine. Castor sugar and liqueurs to taste.
-A Game Salad
Required: One custard marrow or large celeriac. About three-quarters of a pound of cold cooked game. Half a small cucumber. Two lettuces. Two tomatoes. One ...
-Fruit Salad No. 2 (Served in Grape-fruit)
Required: A large grape-fruit. One gill each of sherry, water, and any kind of fruit syrup. Four ounces of loaf sugar. The juice of one lemon. One or two ...
-Strawberry Bavaroise
Required: Clear lemon jelly. About one and a half pints of strawberries. Three-quarters of an ounce of French gelatine. The juice of half a lemon. Three ounces ...
-Strawberry Trifle
Required: Six penny sponge-cakes. Half a pint of cream. Half a pint of mashed strawberries. Half a pint of custard. A quarter of a pint of sherry or home-made ...
-Compote Of Strawberries
Required: One pound of strawberries. Three-quarters of a pound of lump sugar. One and a half pints of boiling water. Vanilla. Cochineal. Whipped cream. Stalk ...
-Strawberry Foam
Required: Half a pound of strawberries. A quarter of a pound of castor sugar. Three eggs. Cochineal. Stalk the strawberries, and beat the fruit and sugar well ...
-Strawberry Fool
Required: One pound of strawberries. Three-quarters of a pint of cream. Sugar to taste. Rub the strawberries through a sieve, and sweeten the pulp to taste ...
-Strawberry Cream
Required: Three-quarters of an ounce of leaf gelatine. The juice of half a lemon. Two and a half ounces of castor sugar. Strawberry Cream Half a pint of thick ...
-Strawberry Sponge
Required: Half a pint of sieved strawberries. Two ounces of castor sugar. Three-quarters of an ounce of gelatine. Three eggs and one extra white. One gill of ...
-Strawberry Tapioca
Required: Six tablespoonfuls of tapioca. One and a half pounds of strawberries. Sugar to taste. One and a half pints of boiling water. Half a pint of boiled ...
-Strawberry Vol Au Vent
Required: Half a pound of rough puff pastry. White of egg. About one pound of strawberries. Castor sugar. Vanilla. Sixpennyworth or more of cream. Make the ...
-Crepinettes Of Chicken
Required: Quarter of a pound of cooked chicken. Three ounces of cooked ham. One yolk of egg. Six button mushrooms. About three tablespoonfuls of white sauce.
-Boiled Fowl
Required: One fowl. One slice of fat bacon. Two onions. One carrot and turnip. Two sticks of celery. A bunch of parsley, thyme, and a bay-leaf. A blade of mace.
-Coquilles De Pigeon
Required: Two pigeons. Two ounces of bacon. Two ounces of butter. D 27 Two ounces of beef suet. One tablespoonful of white sauce. Two eggs and one extra yolk.
-Rabbit Pie
Required: One rabbit. Six slices of fat bacon. Two tablespoonfuls of chopped parsley. One tablespoonful of breadcrumbs. Three hard-boiled eggs. One raw egg.
-Bouchees De Poulet
Required: Three ounces of cold chicken. One pound of mashed potato. Four or six mushrooms. The yolks of two eggs. One gill of cream. Two ounces of butter. Salt, ...
-Boiled And Stuffed Rabbit
Required: One large rabbit. Two large onions. A bunch of parsley and herbs. Four cloves. Four peppercorns. Stock.or water. For the stuffing: Quarter of a pound ...
-H.R.H. The Buchess Of Albany
Since the death of her husband, the youngest brother of the late King Edward, in 1884, the Duchess of Albany, who will be an interesting figure at the ...
-H.R.H. Princess Henry Of Battenberg
The youngest daughter of the late Queen Victoria and mother of Queen Victoria of Spain, Princess Henry of Battenberg is one of the most interesting Royal ...
-The Duchess Of Buccleuch
On November 22, 1909, the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch celebrated their golden wedding at Dalkeith House, one of their Scottish homes. The Duchess is a ...
-Miss Ellen Terry (Mrs. James Carew)
Some forty years ago. Charles Read wrote in his diary: This.day received a visit from Miss Ellen Terry, a little lady as full of genius as an egg is full of ...
-Viscountess Powerscourt
One of the chief hostesses of the King and Queen during the Coronation visit to Ireland will be Viscountess Powerscourt, chatelaine of Powerscourt Castle, ...
-Mrs. Kendal
Like others of our great actresses, Mrs. Kendal - who, on June 27, will take part in the Coronation performance at His Majesty's-comes of a theatrical family.
-Lady Tree
This is the life of little me. I am the wife of Beerbohm Tree. Thus Lady Tree, who is to take part in the Coronation gala per-formance at His Majesty's Theatre ...
-Lady Vezey Strong
As the wife of the Lord Mayor of London, Lady Strong will have a busy time in connection with the City's Coronation festivities. She, however, is one of the ...
-Woman's Place In The Coronation Pageant
The Ceremony of Crowning Queen - Consorts - Woman's Part in the Royal Progress - A Bodyguard of Ladies - The Herb Woman and Her Maids - Train-bearers - The ...
-Law And The Servant. Employer's Liability
Employer's Liability {continued) - Claiming Compensation - The Conditions upon which Compensation is Awarded - How the Employer may Protect Himself An ...
-Animal Law
Definition of the Term Animal -Classification of Animals-ownership of Animals In law, the term Animals includes all beasts, birds, reptiles, fish, and insects, ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People No. 15. Rudolf, Crown Prince Of Austria-Hungary
Among the crowned heads of Europe there is one to whom, by general consent, there has been given a sort of unofficial pre-eminence. A hundred odd years ago, ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. Rudolf, Crown Prince Of Austria-Hungary. Continued
The Princess Stephanie was not popular in Vienna, and it may be that her enemies-and they were numerous-sought by every means to ruin her future. At any rate, ...
-Love - Love Passages From Famous Books "Richard Feverel And Lucy"
Richard Feverel has just rescued Lucy's book from the river, and now firmly refuses to admit that he is wet, simply because he cannot bear to be separated from ...
-2. The Language Of Flowers
Bundle of Reeds- Music. Burdock- Importunity. Bur-reed- I cling to thee. Buttercup- Ingratitude. Pettishness. Butterfly Orchis- Gaiety. Butterfly Weed- Let me ...
-6. Love Scenes In Pictures
Home Again. From the painting by W. Frank Calderon Copyright, Landeker &- Brown
-Ministering Children's League
How the League Was Founded by the Countess of Meath - An Organisation that Has Branches in Every Part of the World - One Kind Deed Every Day - Philanthropic ...
-Ministering Children's League. Continued
Activities Of The League Some of the proceeds are devoted to special philanthropic schemes. For Great Britain, for example, the Ottershaw Homes for Destitute ...
-The Training Of A Singer. Dramatic Singing
Professor of Singing at the Royal College of Music, Examiner for the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music. Author of ...
-The First Violin Lesson
The Lesson of Economy-cultivation of a Good Ear - The Training of the Fingers-technical Exercises At the end of a week the pupil should be able to draw the bow ...
-The Arts - The "Spenlove" School Of Landscape Painting
Individual Training on the French System-advice to Those who Wish to Paint Pictures to Sell-special Demonstration Classes-working from Sketches-lessons by ...
-Mow To Grow Border Carnations
The Queen's Coronation Flower - Conditions of Culture - Propagation by Layers - Planting Out-after Treatment - Staking and Watering - Carnations from Seed - ...
-6. Small Holdings For Women
Free Government Literature-uses of Land in Winter-the Possibilities of Pupils-crops to Grow For many years there has been a growing tendency on the part of the ...
-Crops to Grow. Continued
Potatoes. This is one of our staple vegetables, and with careful cultivation it can be made most profitable. When sowing on a large scale, ten cwts. of seed ...
-4. Lawn Tennis
The Volley: What It Is and How to Play It - Importance of Self-confidence - The Low and High Volleys - The Lob Volley - Effective Strokes - Champions A volley ...
-French Pa1nting
How to Make Fancy Articles with which to Decorate the Home-materials-designs-paintsmethod and Trimmings Nothing lends a more artistic effect to a house than ...
-14. Recreations
A velvet d'oyley of charming design. Care must be taken to choose a small pattern, as each petal or flower must be completed by one stroke of the pen to do, ...
-"Any Other Colour" Persian Cats
Author of The Book of the Cat and Cats for Pleasure and Profit Definition of the Term - Why the Class is Discouraged at Large Shows - Some Curiously Marked ...
-Pets - A Childrens Pet Animal Show
When to Send Out Invitations -Rules for a Pet Animal Show-entrance Fees and Prizes-where to Hold the Show-temporary Hutches and Enclosures for Exhibits-food- ...
-The Rules For The Show
Rule 1. Exhibitors must be under sixteen years of age. Rule 2. Exhibitors must send in their names, with a list of animals to be exhibited, not later than two ...
-Net And Muslin Window Hangings
Curtains of Plain Nets - English-made Applique Curtains Wear Well - New Designs in Nottingham Lace - Brise Bise Curtains - Short Blinds - Uniformity in ...
-The Use Of Antiques In The Modern Mouse
How to Utilise Fragments of Old Carving-bedposts, and What to Do with Them-vases as Lamps-rooms Furnished Entirely with One Wood-periods Marked by the Use of ...
-Table Decorations July
A Month Rich in Flowers-the Ideal Aimed at in Summer Flower Decorations-schemes in Green and White-a Water-lily Design-ice as a Decorative Item-hydrangeas and ...
-4. Flowers Available
Anthemis Asphodelus Astragalus Baptisa Convolvulus Coreopsis Campion Day lilies Tiger lily Lilium specioswn Everlasting peas Sweet-peas Geraniums Gypsophila ...
-2. Writing - Tables And Their Accessories
The Bureau-good and Inexpensive Designs-account-books and Blotting-covers-an Inexpensive Blotting-pad-modern Quill Pens-sealing-wax Holders-seals-wastepaper ...
-The Romance Of Old Ch1na Old Swansea Pottery
With Three Illustrations Ande Ightm Arksw2 By Mrs. Willoughby Hodgson Author of How to Identify Oh China and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain Early ...
-Home Laundry Work. The Washing Of Coloured Silks
The Use of Bran Water for Fancy Work-ironing of Embroidery When washing coloured silks it is safer to first soak each colour separately in cold salted water, ...
-The Removal Of Stains
The Use of Borax-milk-salts of Lemon-oxalic Acid-chloride of Lime There are various chemicals which can be used for the removal of stains, their action varying ...
-Beautiful Women In History. La Marquise De Pompadour
Dainty and beautiful, for ever associated with the union of tiny pink roses and blue ribbons, a porcelain beauty, the Marquise de Pompadour was also a ...
-3. Beauty Culture For Women. The Eye Beautiful
The Beautiful Eye - How to Correct a Squint - Exercises for the Eye - Lotions for Eye-strain - How to Preserve the Sight - How Colours Affect the Eye The eye ...
-4. The Hair. Methods of Drying the Hair
In this country, sunny, warm days are few, and artificial methods must, therefore, be adopted for drying the hair. One of these is to dry it before a fire, but ...
-2. The History Of The Curl
Gaiety After the Gloom of the French Revolution-styles of Dresses and Coiffures Worn-when Powder Went Out Off Ashion-Earlyv Ictorianm Odesp4 It was during the ...
-A Children's "Hay Party"
A Merry Outdoor Entertainment-the Invitations-the Hayfield and Picnic Tea-programme of Games and Competitions that May be Enjoyed-various Races-hay Shoe-pie- ...
-2. Dancing. The Barn Dance
Principal 0/ The Physical Training College, South Kensington The Way to Teach a Child-the Origin-some Other Names-and Composition of the Barn Dance-some ...
-Teaching Schoolglrls To Manage Babies
The Need of Training in Child Management-baby Management in Elementary Schools-the Use of Creches for Practical Teaching-a System Employed in Wales-how ...
-Teaching Schoolglrls To Manage Babies. Continued
In some parts of England the school nurses give little lectures or talks to girls at intervals, but it is found that such teaching is too superficial in ...
-3. Shopkeeping For Women
Author of Every Way of Earning a Living-, Our Sons and Daughters, etc. How To Open A Draper's Shop With A Capital Not Exceeding 500 Where to Start - ...
-3. Shopkeeping For Women. Continued
With but small alteration, this list will be found to meet most requirements, the quality of each item varying in accordance with the class of customers.
-5. Poultry Farming For Women
Editor of The Encyclopedia of Poultry, etc. Continued from page I930, Part 16 Fattening Surplus Cockerels-coops for Fattening-the Cramming Process-best Foods ...
-3. The Early Days Of Business Life
The Value of Evening Study-how to Advance in Business-choice of Subjects-languages-posts Abroad-domestic Training If a girl has any force of character or grit ...
-Pharmacy For, Women
Increase of Women Pharmacists-qualifications and How to Obtain Them-women in Business for Themselves-training and Fees-apprenticeship-salaries and Openings ...
-The Women Who Attract Men
Why Plain Girls Make Better Marriages than Pretty Ones - Natural Charm - The Man Who Marries a Cook - Spoiled Beauties - Marrying for Money or Position T'om ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. Korean And Chinese Marriages
Korean Wedding Ceremony - The Closed Eyes of the Bride - Marriage in China - Red, the Bridal Colour - Symbolism of Chinese Wedding Ceremonies - Marriage by ...
-Second Marriages
Union of the Widower and Spinster - Reference to the First Wife - Marriage at a Mature Age The Termagant Woman and Unassertive Man There are some people who do ...
-Holidays For Those Who Stay At Home
A Suggestion to Mothers - How to Enjoy a Holiday at Home - The Disadvantages of Strange Places - A Moral for the Business Woman - Care of the Health and ...
-Medical - Home Nursing Whooping-Cough And Disinfection After Illness
The Highly Infectious Nature of Whooping-cough - Means of Disinfecting - Disappearance of the Whoop - Disinfection of Patients after an Infectious Illness - ...
-Disinfecting The Sick-Room
Soaking the wallpaper with disinfecting solution previous to stripping the walls Toys, books, and magazines used in an infectious illness must be burnt Bathing ...
-Health And Hygiene 1n The Nursery. Open-Air Children
The Fresh - Air Cult in the Nursery - Sleeping Out of Doors-outdoor Meals - Health Advantages -Immunity to Colds - Pleasures of the Open Air Contrasted with ...
-Baby's First Year. 2. Weighing Baby
Weighing - Basket v. the Kitchen Scales - Average Weight at Birth - Noting the Results - Weight and Height Table - Rules for the Young Mother Baby and bottle- ...
-12. Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Jaundice is the name used to describe a yellowish discoloration of the skin and the mucous membranes of the body, due to the deposit of blue pigment. It is to ...
-12. Common Ailments And Their Treatment. Continued
Acute laryngitis comes on suddenly, and lasts about a week. It is a catarrh of the larynx, due to exposure to cold; and actors, speakers and clergymen who use ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. Her Highness The Ranee Of Sarawak
An Oriental Queen - A Life in Fairyland - The Only Englishwoman Holding the Title of Ranee The Romance of Sarawak - A Terrifying Experience - The Ranee's ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. Her Highness The Ranee Of Sarawak. Continued
A month after the Rajah's departure, there suddenly appeared before the fort a crafty, ferocious Malay chief, with a thousand of his warriors, who demanded ...
-Lady Of Quality. Etiquette For Girls
Knives and Forks - Finger-glasses- Conversation - In the Drawing-room - The Art of Talking Nothings - Taking Leave - Thanking the Hostess The old fashion of ...
-A State Concert
Invitations - Dress and Uniforms - A Beautiful Scene - How Royalties Enter - Supper-orders and Jewels ' The essential difference between Courts and State Balls ...
-Tub Frocks
Author of A History of Hand-made Lace (See Coloured Frontispiece) Freshness the Keynote of the Simple Frock - Few Embellishments Desirable - Hand Embroidery - ...
-Dres8
The dress that depends on its spotlessness for its charm must certainly not trail-in fact, for the youthful wearer ankle length is permissible and very smart.
-2. Dress For Business Wear. The Upkeep And Renovation Of Dress
The Convenience of Ready to Wear Costumes -The Upkeep of the Wardrobe - Dyeing and Cleaning - Renovations -The Repair of a Coat Ready-made garments of all ...
-Practical Millinery. The Covering Of A Wire Shape
The Covering of the Shapes - The Manipulation of Straw - Different Makes of Straw In the last lesson the wire frame was complete and ready to be covered with ...
-Diagrams That Will Simplify The Covering Of A Wire Shape
Fig. I. Bind the edge wire with straw, commencing at the back straw round and round the top Fig. 2. Continue to sew the brim, but do not drag or pull the straw ...
-Practical Lessons In Dressmaking. Eighteenth Lesson. A Lady's Dressing - Gown. Continued
Examiner in Dressmaking, Tailoring, French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery, of the Teachers in Training at the University College of South ...
-Practical Lessons In Talloring. Eighteenth Lesson. Double-breasted Coat And Skirt. Continued
How to Cut the Pattern for Coa t -The Sleeves - Lining of Coat and Sleeves - Tacking the Seams Preliminary Fitting of Coat The coat illustrated in the finished ...
-Seed Embroidery
Effective Designs Procured from Simple Seeds - Materials Required - Instructions for Working - Suggestions for Colours A novel and fascinating method by which ...
-The Mending Of House Linen
ThoroughMending Necessary - A Method of Fixing an Invisible Patch in Linen - The Repair of Broken Buttonholes - Replacement of Buttons - Torn Hems - Storage of ...
-The ABC Of Jam-Making
Choice of Fruit-suga r -The Best Preserving-pan - General Hints - Table of Times Most people agree that home-made jams, if properly prepared, are far superior ...
-Cherry Jam
Required: For each pound of stoned fruit: Quarter of a pint of red-currant or apple juice One pound of loaf sugar. Two sweet almonds. Wipe the fruit and remove ...
-Black Currant Jam
Required: For each pound of fruit allow one pound of sugar. Half a gill of water. Remove all stalks and leaves from the currants, and put the fruit into a ...
-Raspberry Jam
Required: Equal weight of fruit and sugar. Stalk and carefully examine the fruit, put it in a preserving-pan, and let it boil gently for five or six minutes, ...
-Red, White, Or Black Currant Jelly
Required: The fruit. To each pint of juice allow one pound of loaf sugar. Stalk the fruit, put in a jar and place it in a pan with boiling water to come half ...
-Rhubarb Jam. No. 1
Later-grown rhubarb should be used for making jam; it keeps better, and its flavour is superior to that made from forced rhubarb, or when it is first in season.
-Grape Jam
Required: Three-quarters of a pound of sugar to each pound of fruit. This jam should be made either from the tiny green grapes which grow out of doors in many ...
-Gooseberry Jam
Required: Equal quantities of fruit and sugar. Quarter of a pint of water to each pound of fruit. Top and tail the gooseberries. Break up the sugar slightly, ...
-Gooseberry Cheese
Required: About a dozen pounds of gooseberries. One pound of loaf sugar to each pound of fruit and juice. Top and tail the gooseberries, wash them, put them in ...
-Strawberry Jam
Required: Equal weight of fruit and sugar. Crush the sugar slightly. Put it in the preserving-pan with about a teacupful of water, let the sugar dissolve ...
-Gooseberry Huff Cap
(A Recipe Beloved of Our Grandmothers) Required: One quart of green gooseberries. Three whites of eggs. One ounce of sweet almonds. A sixpenny stale Madeira or ...
-Gateau De Framboise
Required: For the case or savarin: Half a pound of Vienna flour. Half an ounce of compressed yeast. Five ounces of butter. Four eggs. One gill of milk. Half an ...
-Flan Of Cherries
Required: Half a pound of flour. Six ounces of butter. Half a teaspoonful of baking-powder. One yolk of egg. One ounce of castor sugar. Half a pint of cream.
-Rote Grutze
(A North German Pudding) Required: Half a pound each of red and black currants, cherries, and raspberries. One pint of water. A quarter of a pound of loaf ...
-Raspberry And Currant Custard
Required: One pint of raspberries. Half a pint of red currants. Three eggs. Half a pint of milk. Four ounces of castor sugar. A quarter of a pound of any kind ...
-Junket
Required: Half a pint of milk. Half a teaspoonful of castor sugar. Tunket powder or tablets (in which case the amount required will be given in the directions ...
-Fruit Meringue
Required: Two pounds of any fruit in season. Sugar to taste. About half a gill of water to each pound of fruit. Flan of Cherries For the meringue: Four whites ...
-Gooseberry Amber
Required: One pound of gooseberries. A quarter of a pound of castor sugar. Two ounces of butter. Three eggs. One ounce of crumbs of bread or cake. Essence of ...
-Red Currant And Cream Tart
Required: One and a half pounds of red currants. Vanilla and sugar. Half a pound of any nice pastry. A slice of bread. Threepennyworth of cream. This is a ...
-Raspberry Charlotte
Required: One pound of breadcrumbs. Two pounds of raspberries. Half an ounce of butter. Sugar to taste. Stalk and look over the raspberries carefully and ...
-Semolina And Cherry Pudding
Required: Two ounces of semolina. One pint of milk. Two eggs. Two tablespoonfuls of Demerara sugar. Half a pound of cherries. A little nutmeg. Stalk and stone ...
-Raspberry And Claret Jelly
Required: Half a pint of raspberries. Three-quarters of a pint of claret. A quarter of a pint of lemon-juice. The rind of one lemon. Four ounces of sugar. Two ...
-A Light Steamed Batter
Required: Two ounces of flour. Two raw eggs. One gill of milk. A good pinch of salt. Mix the flour and salt together, make a well in the centre and break in ...
-Refreshing Beverages
Lemonade - Clear Barley Water - Ginger Beer - Burgundy Cup - Cider Cup - Currant Water -Koumiss - Hop Beer - Hock Cup - Lemon Squash - Lemon Dash During the ...
-Clear Barley Water
This is greatly advocated by doctors, is refreshing, and, at the same time, contains a large amount of nourishment, an important point, for often appetites are ...
-Ginger Beer
Required: Three gallons of boiling water. Two large tablespoonfuls of brewers' yeast, or two ounces of compressed yeast. Three pounds of loaf sugar. Two lemons.
-Burgundy Cup
This is excellent for garden parties, picnics, etc. Required: One bottle of red burgundy. Two bottles of soda-water. The juice of one orange and lemon. An inch ...
-Cider Cup
Doctors advocate the use of cider; it is very wholesome, and served in this way is most refreshing. Required: One quart of good cider. Half a wineglass of ...
-Currant Water
Required: One pound of ripe red currants. Halt a pound of lump sugar. Half a pound of castor sugar. Three pints of water. Pick over and stalk the currants, ...
-Koumiss
This is most wholesome and refreshing. Required: Two quarts of sweet milk. One quart of buttermilk. One tablespoonful of sugar. Mix the buttermilk and sweet ...
-Hop Beer
Required: Four gallons of water. Two large tablespoonfuls of brewers' yeast, or two ounces of compressed yeast. Two and a half ounces of hops. One and a ...
-Hock Cup
Required: One bottle of hock. One bottle of soda-water. Two tablespoonfuls of castor sugar. Two slices of pineapple. Ice. Put all the ingredients into a glass ...
-Lemon Squash
Required: One lemon. Two teaspoonfuls of castor sugar. Soda-Water Small pieces of ice. Half fill a tumbler with small pieces of ice, add to it the strained ...
-Lemon Dash
Required: Equal quantities of ale and bottled lemonade. A few small lumps of ice, if possible. Mix the ale and lemonade together, add the ice, and serve at ...
-The Marchioness Of Bute
The marriage of the Marquis of Bute, in 1905, to the daughter of Sir Henry Bellingham was one of the greatest social events of the year, for the Marquis is one ...
-Miss Violet Hunt
The daughter of the well-known landscape painter, the late Alfred William Hunt. Miss Hunt began to write when she was twelve years of age, and with such ...
-Mdlle. Anna Pavlova
In her infancy this famous Russian artiste decided to become a dancer. She had been taken by her mother to see a ballet. The dancers fascinated her, and she ...
-Miss Marie Lohr
The fact that she was leading lady at the Haymarket Theatre when she was only seventeen years of age illustrates the remarkable cleverness of this young ...
-Lady Burton
The only child of the late Lord Burton, head of the famous firm of Bass, who died in 1909, Lady Burton succeeded to the peerage by special remainder. As Miss ...
-Miss Charlotte Mansfield Mrs. Vladimir Raffalovich)
On January 11, 1909, Miss Charlotte Mansfield, the distinguished lady novelist, whose books. Torn Lace, The Girl and the Gods, and Love and a Woman, have run ...
-Madame Nordica (Madame Zoltan Dome)
One of the best-paid singers in the world, it is an interesting fact that the first fee which Madame Nordica received was not for singing, but for consenting ...
-Queens of the World. No. 11. Queen Olga of the Hellenes
Her Betrothal at the Age of Sixteen - A Happy Marriage - The Beautiful Girl-queen - Troubles and Political Disturbances - War - How Queen Olga Helped Her ...
-Queens of the World. No. 11. Queen Olga of the Hellenes. Continued
After the return of their Majesties to Greece the kingdom became again much disturbed, and for the next ten or twelve years Queen Olga lived in a stormy ...
-Landlord And Tenant. The Law and Rent
The Law and Rent - Covenants - When a Covenant is Illegal and Impossible - Implied Covenants The Landlord and Repairs rent accruing due has often to be ap- ...
-Law - Accident Insurance
If the natural result of an accident is to bring on some form of disease, such as hernia or erysipelas, which causes death, then it is obvious that the ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People No. 16. John Keats
In the heart of London, near to Finsbury Circus, there was once a tavern called the Swan and Hoop, and adjoining it a livery stable. The latter was a ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People No. 16. John Keats. Part 2
I hope, he declared once, I shall never marry. . . . The mighty abstract idea of beauty in all things I have stifles the more divided and minute domestic ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People No. 16. John Keats. Part 3
Then came the climax. It was on February 3, 1820. Lord Houghton has described the scene. Keats, he wrote, returned home in a state of strange physical ...
-Love - The Girl, In Love
The Attitude of Parents Towards their Daughters - What the Wise Mother can Do - Two Kinds of Flirts - How to Retain Affection - The Basis of True Happiness in ...
-Language Of Flowers
Carnation (Dianthus)- I am but human. The popular interpretation of this name is that it means a flesh-coloured flower, carnis being the genitive case of caro - ...
-2. Famous Love Pictures
From the painting by F. Pettie, R. A. Two Strings To Her Bow Copyright, Franz Hansstaengl
-Woman's Work For The Church In Western Canada
Two Hundred Thousand Inhabitants Without Spiritual Helpers - The Work of Archdeacon Lloyd -What Boys and Girls in England Can Do - The Log Hut League - The ...
-The Difficulties Of Piano-Playing
Practical Hints to Students - The Capacity for Taking Pains ' - Possibilities of the Pedal - Touch -Bad Methods of Teaching - Developing Memory - The ...
-The "Spenlove," School Of Landscape Painting
The Advantage of Students at Different Stages Working Together - Curriculum and Fees - The Outdoor Sketching Class, Itsm Ethodsa Ndm Emberso4 Students who are ...
-The Musician's Hand
The importance of the hand in the production of musical sounds causes its study to be of the greatest possible interest, not only to teachers, but to every ...
-July Work In The Garden
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society The Flower Garden - Roses - Conservatory and Greenhouse - Stove and Fern House - The Vegetable Garden - Fruit Garden - ...
-19. The Garden
If plants of schizanthus have been stood in a cold frame after flowering, and kept damp, seedlings will be appearing and the old plants must be removed. Fresh ...
-2. The Garden - Small Holdings For Women
Author of The Farmers' Friend, The Family Gardener, etc. Market Weights and Measures - Hedges for Protection - French Gardening - Crops to Grow Conclusion If ...
-The Art Of Punting
Reasons Why Punting is the Most Popular River Sport - When to Practise and How to Acquire a Good Style - Points to Remember - Rules of the River - The Stroke ...
-15. Recreations
The stroke. The pole should pass close to the body of the punter, and the hands should be close together punt is one's own-should be covered in linen, and ...
-15. Recreations. Continued
Most of the weight of the body is now supported on the left leg, but as the pull of the two hands brings the pole to the body, it twists on the spine for axis, ...
-How To Learn To Swim And Dive
Author of Swimming for Women and Girls etc.
-I. The Art Of Swimming
Why All Should Learn to Swim - Easier for Women to Learn Swimming than for Men - A Suitable Swimming Costume - Useful Advice for Novices - How to Act in Cases ...
-16. Recreations
Before proceeding to a more practical description of the simpler forms of swimming, it is well that a few general hints and maxims should be given to which the ...
-A Small Fresh-Water Aquarium
An Interesting Holiday Occupation - Stocking the Aquarium - Suitable Water Plants - How to Keep the Fish Healthy - Food - General Care of the Tank - Cost of ...
-The Dalmatian
Breeder And Exhibitor The Coach Dog - His History - Points of a Good Specimen - A Curious Fact about the Puppies - Treatment - Cost If the Dalmatian were prone ...
-The Dining-Room Table
Charles I. Tables - The Long Refectory Tables much Used - Models on Chippendale Lines -Popularity of Round Tables - The Gate-legged Table - Small Tables for ...
-The Dining-Room Table. Continued
Though, as has been said, with any of the better designed tables it is usual to discard the cloth, yet this question cannot be quite ignored, for many of us ...
-Drawing-Room And Bedroom Clocks
Clocks of Gilt Bronze and Statuary Marble - Buhl - Miniature Writing-table Clocks - An Appointment Clock-the Reflected Dial - A Triple Dial Fashion might be ...
-Nantgarw Porcelain
Author of How to Identify Old China, and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain Establishment of a Porcelain Factory at Nantgarw - The Palissy of English ...
-Nantgarw Porcelain. Part 2
Billingsley s style From Mr. Alex. Duncan's collection Mr. Robert Drane, the greatest authority upon Nantgarw and Swansea porcelain, uses these words in ...
-Nantgarw Porcelain. Part 3
How Housewives are Defrauded when they Buy Coffee - Tea-dust Frauds - Butter and Margarine - Bread - Home-made Jam Frauds- Black Currant Jam made of Apples - ...
-Beaut1ful Women In History The Jessamy Bride
Sir Joshua Reynolds, well accustomed to painting beautiful women beautifully, was so pleased with one picture in particular that he kept it hanging in his ...
-Beaut1ful Women In History The Jessamy Bride. Continued
It is no wonder that the hard-worked, lonely, misunderstood man, suddenly received into intimacy with such enchanting creatures as the Hornecks, soon found his ...
-2. History Of The Curl
Many Variations of Style in the Eighteenth Century - Plaits and Curls- Hairdressing to Suit the Bonnet of the Day - A Childish Effect Secured by Felicia Hemans ...
-The Cause And Cure Of Freckles
The Type of Complexion which Freckles- Prevention is Easier than Cure- Emollients and Astringents - The Removal of Permanent Freckles Frickles have been called ...
-15 10
2 30 centigrm. To heat this preparation would be dangerous, unless skilfully done, as sublimate is volatile. Owing to this sublimate (corrosive sublimate), it ...
-A Children's Donkey Gymkhana
A Novel Amusement for the Seaside - The Events of the Gymkhan - The Grand Stand - Needful Accessories - Stick-and-carrot Race - Ball-and-bucket Race - Riding ...
-3. Dancing. The Lancers
Principal of The Physical Training- College, South Kensington The Correct Dance that Children Should Learn - The Invention and Introduction of the Lancers- ...
-14. Girls' Christian Names
Mariana - Portuguese and Spanish variants. Tennyson has immortalised this form in his two poems, Mariana and Mariana in the South ; Mariana in the' Moated ...
-Shopkeeping For Women. How To Start In Business As A Dressmaker
Author of Every Way 0f Earning a Living, Our Sons and Daughters, etc. Continued from page 2168, Part 18 Dressmakers and Dress-spoilers - Many Grades of Work - ...
-4. The Early Days Of Business Life
Evening Classes in Technical Schools - The Value of Certificates - Domestic Subjects - Ambulance and Nursing - Thorough Knowledge Essential Perhaps the ...
-Fashion Drawing As A Profession For Women. Part I
Fashion Designer, Art Class Teachers' Certificate, South Kensington Chief Points Necessary to Achieve Success - How to Draw the Figure - Line and Wash Work - ...
-2. Fashion Drawing As A Profession For Women. Part II. Fabrics
Having mastered the ordinary light and shade required in all drawings, the student should now begin to study the various textures which have to be represented.
-2. Fashion Drawing As A Profession For Women. Part II. Fabrics. Part 2
Black feathers are sometimes put in with solid black paint, and the whole of the lights put on with grey and white. This has rather a hard look in the original, ...
-2. Fashion Drawing As A Profession For Women. Part II. Fabrics. Part 3
The prospects for any girl taking up this profession are good, and the supply of, and demand for, teachers is about equal. Salaries And Qualifications The ...
-The Matrmonial Blend
A Tragic Error - How the Ingredients Should be Blended in the Matrimonial Suad - Scotch Husband and Irish Wife - The Sulks of Many Nations - A New Use for a ...
-Marriage Customs in Many Lands. A Jewish Wedding In Tunis
By Madge (Mrs. Humphry) The Most Picturesque of Weddings - Corpulency a Sine Qua Non in Tunisian Brides - A Ceremonial Bath - The Wedding Ceremonies - The ...
-Second Marriages - II
Experience of Value in Married Life - The Widow's Choice - Woman's Happiness in Making Her Husband Happy - The Influence of Children - The Stepmother, Servants, ...
-Holiday Dangers
The Strain of Constant Travelling - Precautions as to Food - The Milk and Water Supply - Summer Chills - Effects of Dust and Heat - Importance of Sleep - ...
-5. Home Nursing. Nursing In Hot Weather
Thorough Ventilation the First Essential - Cooling the Air by Means of a Sponge Soaked in Eau-de-Cologne - The Bed and Bedding - Various Devices which can be ...
-3. Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. Why Babies Cry
Colic or Indigestion a Frequent Cause of Crying - Symptoms and Cause of Colic - How Baby Should be Fed - Treatment of Colic But rarely does a baby reach the ...
-3. Baby And The Bottle
The Necessity for Pure Milk - How to Safeguard Milk from Contamination - An Excellent Continental System - Type of Bottle to Use - The Necessity for Boiling ...
-13. Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Continued front page 2188, Part 18 Liver, Diseases of the. The liver is affected in various diseases - for example, heart disease, It is, moreover, subject to ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. Peeresses In Their Own Right
One of England's Noblest Daughters - An Unique Honour - The Cromartie Romance - A Singular Story - Rights and Privileges - How Marriage Causes Loss of a Title - ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. Peeresses In Their Own Right. Continued
The Baroness Wentworth, formerly Lady Milbanke. a great granddaughter of Lord Byron, and herself possessed of literary talent. She is the fifth lady to bear ...
-The Little Economies Of Dress
A One Colour Scheme Tends to Economy - Items of Dress in their Order of Importance - A Green and Grey Combination - The Use of Two Coats to a Skirt - Trimmings ...
-Superstitions Concerning Dress
A Garment Worn Inside Out - The Slipping Down of a Petticoat There are many superstitions concerning wearing apparel, and one which may be considered both ...
-4. Practical Lessons In Dressmaking. Nineteenth Lesson. A Lady's Dressing-Gown - Continued
Examiner in Dressmaking; Tailoring; French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery, of the Teachers in Training at the University College of South ...
-Practical Lessons In Tailoring. Nineteenth Lesson. Double-breasted Coat And Skirt. Continued
How to Make the Pockets - Machine-stitching the Seams - Adjustment of the Collar - Facing the Collar and Revers The pieces of the coat can now be joined ...
-The Charms Of Embroidered Suede
The Delicate Shades in which Suede may be Dyed - Practical Uses of Embroidered Suede - Choice of Design - Beads and Discs of Gold - How to Arrange a Coat ...
-The Charms Of Embroidered Suede. Part 2
Detail of embroidered suede collar. Dull beads arranged in groups of three and four, connected by strands of heavy filoselle stitched down with fine In all ...
-The Charms Of Embroidered Suede. Part 3
Certain rules should be rigidly observed. Soiled finery must be passed by on the other side. This includes such things as lace and tulle neckties, ruffles, ...
-Embroidered Ribbon For Table Decorations
A Decoration for Small Tables - The Round Table Decoration - Wild Rose and Forget-me-nots- Ideas for the Seasons of the Year - The Soft Tints of Spring - A ...
-Embroidered Ribbon For Table Decorations. Continued
Roses, of course, should be the floral decoration with these ribbons, and for a dinner-party a rose should float in the finger-bowl of every guest - a truly ...
-The Darning Of Silk
How to Mend Bad Tears in Fine Silk - A Three-sided Patch - Stitches to be Used - To Prevent a Dress Wearing Out Dad tears in fine, close-grained silk are ...
-2. Floral Crochet
How to Form the Mimosa Leaf - An Ivy Leaf Design for Table-centre - The Silver Spider's Web The Mimosa Leaf. Commence with the paler of the two shades of green, ...
-A Cover For Baby's Carriage
A Dainty Summer Cover - The Best Material for Winter Use - Correct Measurements A perambulator or baby-carriage cover for summer use affords wide scope for ...
-Refreshments For Garden-Parties
Prepare for Wet Weather - Where to Place Refreshment Tables - A Guide as to Quantities A Suitable Menu - Recipes During the summer months hostesses blessed ...
-A Menu - Sandwiches
Ham. Savoury Cream-and-cress. Nut. Brown and White Bread and Butter.
-Cakes
Vanilla Wafers. Genoese Biscuits. Pineapple Cake. Strawberries and Cream. Ices. Tea. Lemonade. Claret Cup. Iced Coffee. A Rough Guide as to Quantities This is ...
-Savoury Cream and Cress Sandwiches
Required: Four tablespoonfuls of cream. Four teaspoonfuls of any fish paste. One teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Salt, pepper. Mustard and cress (about three- ...
-Nut Sandwiches
Required: A teacupful of very finely chopped nuts, such as almonds, walnuts, filberts. About a gill of cream. Salt, pepper, mixed mustard. Thin slices of brown ...
-Ham Sandwiches
Required : Four ounces of cooked ham. Yolks of three hard-boiled eggs. One ounce of warmed butter. About two saltspoonfuls of mixed mustard. Pepper, salt. Thin ...
-Vanilla Wafers
Required: One pound of flour. Four raw yolks of eggs and one white. One level teaspoonful of salt. Cold water, if needed. Vanilla sugar. Sieve the flour and ...
-Pineapple Cake
Required : One and a half pounds of flour. One pound of butter. One pound of castor sugar. Eight eggs. Four level teaspoonfuls of baking-powder. One gill of ...
-Genoese Biscuits
Required: Four eggs. One lemon. Four ounces of castor sugar. Three ounces of flour. One ounce of butter. Royal icing. Cherries (glace), angelica. Line a flat ...
-A Novel Way Of Serving Strawberries And Cream
Required: Plain sponge or Genoese cakes. Three to four pounds of strawberries. About a pint of cream. Castor sugar. Slice the cake about a quarter of an inch ...
-Iced Coffee
Required : Four large dessertspoonfuls of coffee, a few grains of salt. One quart of boiling water. Three tablespoonfuls of castor sugar. Half a pint of cold ...
-Noisettes Of Mutton
Required: About one and a half pounds of the best end of neck of mutton. Two pounds of mashed potatoes. Two pounds of spinach. For the sauce : Half a pint of ...
-Chicken Patties
Required : One pound of puff pastry. Half a pound of cold chicken. Half a pound of cold ham. Half a pint of Bechamel, or white, sauce. Quarter of a teaspoonful ...
-Braised Calf's Liver
Required : A small calf's liver. A few strips of larding bacon. Half a pint of espagnole, or brown, sauce. Quarter of a pint of stock. Half a lemon. A bunch of ...
-Veal Cutlets A La Talleyrand
Required : About two pounds of veal. Two ounces of butter. One small onion. Three-quarters of a pint of white sauce. Two yolks of eggs. One teaspoonful of ...
-Reform Cutlets
Required: About two pounds best end neck of mutton. One ounce of lean ham. Three ounces of butter or good dripping. Two eggs. Braised Liver Breadcrumbs. One ...
-For The Reform Sauce
Required : Half a pint of good brown sauce. A glass of port wine. A tablespoonful of red-currant jelly. Salt and pepper. Put the sauce in a small pan, bring it ...
-Fritot Of Sweetbread
Required : One large sweetbread. One slice of fat bacon. One carrot, turnip, and onion. A bunch of parsley and herbs. A little lemon-juice. Half a pint of ...
-Mutton Cutlets A L'Indienne
Required: About one and a half pounds of best end of neck of mutton. Two ounces of butter. Half a lemon. One teaspoonful of grated horseradish. Half a ...
-Fillets Of Beef A La Madrid
Required: About one and a half pounds of fillet of beef. One large onion. Two ounces of butter. A little flour. Half a pint of lemon sauce. (Sufficient for ...
-Berlin Steaks
Required : One pound of lean beet. Two ounces of beef suet. One onion. One egg. Three teaspoonfuls of chopped parsley. Salt and pepper. Three ounces of ...
-Filets De Veau A La Princesse
Required : One pound of fillet of veal. One shallot. One tablespoonful of chopped parsley. One tablespoonful of chopped truffle. Two yolks of eggs. One ounce ...
-Maitrank (A German Drink)
Required : A bottle of Rhine or Moselle wine. Four lumps of sugar. A bunch of woodruff. Pieces of ice. Pour the wine into a basin, throw into it a handful of ...
-American Fruit Drink
Required : One quart of boiling water. Half a pound each of raspberries, strawberries, and red currants. The juice of two lemons. One breakfastcupful of icing ...
-Lemon Ice Drink
Required : One lemon water ice. One large glass of soda-water. Put the lemon water ice in a large glass; fill it up with soda-water, and serve it immediately, ...
-Strawberry Water
Required : Half a pound of castor sugar. One pound of strawberries. Cold water. One lemon. Stalk the fruit, dust over with the sugar. Mash up the berries with ...
-Stokos
Required : Quarter of a pound of fine oatmeal. Six ounces of sugar. Two tablespoonfuls of Montserrat lime-juice. Four quarts of boiling water. Put in a pan the ...
-Mulberry Cup
Required : Two and a half pounds of mulberries. One pound of loaf sugar to each pint of juice. Lemonade. Pick over the mulberries. Place them in a pie-dish, ...
-Milk Lemonade
Required : Half a pound of loaf sugar. One pint of boiling water. One gill of lemon-juice. Half a gill of sherry. Three-quarters of a pint of milk. Dissolve ...
-3. Badminton
Required : Two bottles of soda-water. One bottle of claret. One bottle of lemonade. One wineglassful of sherry. About fourteen lumps of sugar. A little nutmeg.
-Hopkos
Required : Six quarts of water. Three-quarters of an ounce of hops. Half an ounce of bruised ginger. Three-quarters of a pound of brown sugar. Put the water, ...
-Pineapple Lemonade
Required : Six lemons. Half a pound of lump sugar. A quart of cold water. Four slices of fresh or tinned pineapple. Pieces of ice. Squeeze the juice of the ...
-The Management Of The Larder
Strict Cleanliness the Golden Rule - Ventilation - Daily Inspection of all Food - How to Keep Meat Fresh - The Keeping of Fish, Soups, and Milk - A Method by ...
-Butter
This is a source of much trouble in houses where there is no refrigerator, butter-cooler, or ice supply; but much can be done to prevent the unappetising and ...
-Braised Duck And Turnips
Required : One good-sized duck. One turnip and onion. Two carrots. Two sticks of celery. A bunch of parsley and herbs. One bay-leaf. Two ounces of butter. Four ...
-Spatchcock
Required: One fowl. One teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Half a teaspoonful of chopped onion. About half an ounce of butter. Salt and pepper. A few browned ...
-The Duchess Of Aosta
It was in 1895 that Princess Helene of Orleans and the Duke of Aosta were married at Twickenham, and they now reside at Turin with their two sons. The Duchess, ...
-Mdlle. Lydia Kyasht
The name of this famous dancer will go down to posterity as one of the finest exponents of ballet dancing. It was at the beginning of 1910 that she first ...
-The Marquise D'Hautpoul
One of the most intimate friends of Queen Alexandra, and belonging by birth to the oldest Roman Catholic nobility, the Marquise d'hautpoul occupies an enviable ...
-Miss Clara Clemens (Mrs. Ossip Gabrilowitsch)
Miss Clemens, who made her debut in London at the Queen's Hall as a concert singer in June, 1908, is not only an excellent singer and musician, but also she ...
-Miss Ada Blanche
The daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Adams, both well known in the profession, Miss Blanche started her stage career as a child at the Adelphi, and was ...
-Mrs. W. K. Clifford
Mot only has Mrs. Clifford earned for herself a place in the front rank of leading women novelists, but she has also done some valuable work for the stage. A ...
-Lady Wantage
A noted philanthropist, and greatly interested in hospital and nursing work, Lady Wantage is a much beloved woman. With her husband, the late Lord Wantage, the ...
-India's Only Woman Ruler. Her Highness the Begum of Bhopal
A Clever and Enlightened Potentate - The Best Governed State in India - Our Mother - A Native Tribute - An Interesting Interview - A Pilgrimage to Mecca - Her ...
-India's Only Woman Ruler. Her Highness the Begum of Bhopal. Continued
Once the open sesame was obtained, however, the writer found that the Begum was one of the most delightful of women. She is a brilliant conversationalist, and ...
-Societies Which Help Women And Children The Ladies' Chain
The Objects of the Society - Working Members - Honorary Members - How Ladies May Obtain Remunerative Needlework - Those who Benefit by the Society Objects : (1) ...
-Contract
What is Meant by a Contract - The Binding Effect of a Contract - Covenant Under Seal - Marriage a Valuable Consideration - Sale v. Barter - Moral Consideration ...
-Contract. Continued
In this case the request was express, but sometimes it is implied by law, as in the case where the plaintiff has been compelled to do what the defendant was ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 17. Robert Schumann And Clara Wieck
It seems to be a popular belief that the great men of the world are, almost without exception, unsuccessful lovers. This theory is, of course, untenable. It is ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. Robert Schumann And Clara Wieck. Part 2
Poor Schumann! Once again he was ensnared by what he thought was love. The affair advanced apace, and in the early part of the year 1834 he was definitely ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. Robert Schumann And Clara Wieck. Part 3
Wieck, therefore, surely might have seen the folly of his purpose; he might have realised that there are limits even to a daughter's sense of duty. But he did ...
-Famous Love Scenes in Pictures
The Order Of Release Painted by Sir J. E. Millais, Bart., P.r.a. Copyright, Hanfstaengl
-Help G1ven By Women In The Work Of The Church
The Good that May be Done by Magazine Literature - A Complete Revolution in the Position of Women Through Christianity - The True Womanly Characteristics - The ...
-Help G1ven By Women In The Work Of The Church. Continued
True Philanthropy Sympathy and wisdom, and a readiness to take trouble, make a good woman's influence, in, this department of work for the Church, not only a ...
-The Art Of Drawing And Painting. A First Lesson In Sketching From Nature In Water Colours
Subjects for the Amateur - Scenes to Paint Out of Doors - Hints on How to Become a Good Artist - The Best Easel on Which to Paint Water Colours The first ...
-A First Lesson In Sketching From Nature In Water Colours. Part 2
A Simple Sketch In the example given for illustration, I have chosen a little foot-bridge over a stream. Here it will be found most convenient to begin drawing ...
-A First Lesson In Sketching From Nature In Water Colours. Part 3
An Old Fallacy Refuted Meanwhile, however, there was growing up a British school of teaching - a school whose methods were based on the natural requirements of ...
-Flower Culture For Profit
Author of The Farmers' Friend, The Family Gardener, etc. A Delightful Industry - How to Market Cut Blooms - Types of Culture - Capital Required - Choice of a ...
-Flower Culture For Profit. Part 2
Choosing a Site The ideal situation for a floral farm is in the near proximity of a city or town; certainly, railway or other transit facilities should be near ...
-Flower Culture For Profit. Part 3
By Helen Colt, F.r.h.s., Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society Tke Right Conditions of Culture - Beautiful Bulbous Plants - Daffodils and Hardy Ferns - Numerous ...
-2. How To Learn To Swim And Dive
Author of Swimming for Women and Girts etc. How to Acquire a Knowledge of the Leg Movements - Friendly Assistance a Help to the Learner-combining Arm and Leg ...
-2. How To Learn To Swim And Dive. Part 2
Swimming on the back, using the legs only, and towing a helpless or drowning person to shore The same remark applies also to the legs. It should be remembered ...
-2. How To Learn To Swim And Dive. Part 3
That group of flowers known to botanists as the Composite family - daisy, sunflower, chrysanthemum, etc. - is not suitable for pressing, and roses and pinks ...
-The Irish Wolfhound
(Breeder and Exhibitor) The Resuscitation of an Ancient Breed - The Pioneers in this Work - Their Difficulties and Success - Some Famous Wolfhounds - Points of ...
-Tame Monkeys As Pets
Lovable Little Companions - How to Obtain Them - Cost-cage Necessary - Food Required - Dressing a Monkey in Gay Clothes - Monkeys as Children's Pets - A Story ...
-2. A Small Fresh-Water Aquarium
Inmates of a Fresh-water Aquarium - Japanese Sunfish - The Feeding of the Fish - How to Aerate The Water Newts and tadpoles are to be found in almost any pond ...
-The Sideboard
Mahogany or Oak - The Chippendale and Sheraton Model - A Queen Anne Design in Walnut - Pedestal Tables Characteristic of the Adams Period - The Advantages of ...
-The Dining-Room Clock
Old Clocks in Mahogany Cases - The Value of the Original Movement - Good Reproductions-oxidised Cases - The Cromwellian Clock The prevailing passion for ...
-The Romance Of Old China
Author of How to Identify Old China and, How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain
-Swansea Porcelain
The Association of Billingsley with the Swansea Works - The Closing of the Pottery and Dispersal of the Moulds - How to Identify Swansea Porcelain - Some ...
-5. Flowers Available
Antirrhinums Aquitegias Asters Colchicums Carnations Picotees Campanulas Clematis (various) Coreopsis Cyclamen Dahlias Delphiniums Gaillardias Geums Gladioli ...
-The Ideal Bathroom
Tiled Walls - Enamelled Baths - A Cupboard Bath - Modern Innovations - Shower Baths Geysers - Novelties in Accessories - Towel-rails One's ideals in matters of ...
-Beautiful Women In History. The Lovely Miss Walpole
Edward Walpole, the second son of Sir Robert Walpole, was an enviable and handsome youth at the age of twenty. His father was Prime Minister, and at the height ...
-Beauty Culture For Women - Face Massage
The Antiquity of Massage - Its General Uses - The Movements and the Effects - Why Massage Gives Health to the Skin - The Ideal Skin-food - Mechanical Means of ...
-Pretty Eyebrows And Eyelashes
The Importance of Good Eyebrows - The Ideal - A Harmless and Home-made Cosmetic - Beautiful Eyebrows Can be Cultivated - Lotion for Inflamed Eyelids - How to ...
-Children Games For Small Gardens
Games that do not Require any Expensive Accessories - Bumble-puppy - Bottle Ninepins - A Garden Sea Saw - Garden Quoits - A Golf Putting Course - Garden ...
-Children Games For Small Gardens. Continued
Another excellent impromptu method of setting up garden quoits is to point thirty-two sticks of white firewood, with the help of a sharp knife, and to peg them ...
-5. The Home Kindergarten
The Procession of Germination - Indoor Gardening for Winter Nature Study - Pets and Other Animals - Why Children are Cruel - How Thoughtfulness and Kindness to ...
-Dancing. The Lancers. Continued
Principal of The Physical Training College, South Kensington Figure 3a. The gentlemen walk to the centre, turn back to back, and bow-to their partners. Each ...
-Trained Nurses For Canada
Good Opportunities for Englishwomen - Salaries of 3 to 5 per week for Well trained Private Nurses - Why Nurses should Receive their Training in Canada ...
-Trained Nurses For Canada. Part 2
Outfit And Expenses The need for a fur coat applies to any part of Canada from Montreal to Calgary. If the training is to be done in British Columbia, it will ...
-Trained Nurses For Canada. Part 3
Some Practical Hints Common-sense must be exercised as to the locality which is selected wherein to look for clients. Dwellers in small flats or maisonettes ...
-Women As Visiting Hairdressers
An Opening For Women Which Has Prospects - The Demand For The Visiting Hairdresser - The Training And Qualifications Necessary Hairdressing, especially in its ...
-Women As Visiting Hairdressers. Continued
Beans and peas in the ground state are extremely rich in albuminoids, and they may, therefore, be used with advantage to add egg-producing elements to the mash ...
-Before Marriage - And After
Author of How to be Happy Though Married etc., etc. Love Before Marriage - The Eastern and the Western View - All the World Loves a Lover - Love at First Sight ...
-Before Marriage - And After. Continued
And I know Jacobs who economise as well as work for the love that they have to their Rachels. They give up almost all small luxuries, in order to be able ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. Weddings In The Far North
By Madge (Mrs. Humphry) A Faroe Islander and his Wooing Staff - Picturesque Costumes of Bride and Groom - Cupbearers at a Faroe Islander's Wedding - The ...
-Selfishness In The Married Home
The Harm of Spoiling Boys - How Selfish Wives are Made - The Best Way of Meeting Disappoint-ments - Victories Which May Become Defeats - The Power of Cheerful ...
-Natural Feeding
Should be Employed Whenever Possible Age Number of Nursings Times Intervals A.M. P.M. 1st and 2nd months 10 nursings 6, 8, 10, 12 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 2 hours.
-Health Rules In Infant Feeding
1. Nurse the baby if possible. The best substitute for mother's milk is cow's milk and barley-water. 2. If baby cannot digest this, ask the doctor to advise ...
-Health-Giving Holidays
The Tonic Effect of Sea Air - Bracing versus Warm Resorts - Sea Bathing - Precautions to be Taken - Paddling-the Holiday for the Mother - How Strenuous Workers ...
-Health-Giving Holidays. Continued
But whilst considering the welfare of the children, let the mother also take full advantage of her holiday by the sea. Household responsibilities should be ...
-6. Home Nursing. Nursing Children
Importance of an Airy, Well-ventilated Room - Difficulty of Locating Pain in a Young Child - Summer Ailments - Catarrhs - Digestive Troubles - How to Make Rice- ...
-4. Cow's Milk And The Bottle
Contamination of Milk - Pasteurisation of Milk at Home - Home Sterilisation of Milk to Destroy all Germs - Proportion of Milk and Barley-water to be Given to ...
-14. Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Melancholia in its early stage, or slighter form, is an ailment which appears to be very common at the present time. The stress and strain of modern life, the ...
-3. Women In Great Social Positions. The British Ambassadress In Vienna
A Difficult Post - Social Prejudices - The British Embassy and its Chatelaines - Court Etiquette - Vienna's Two Seasons - The Young Girl at Court - Court Balls ...
-3. Women In Great Social Positions. The British Ambassadress In Vienna. Part 2
The State apartments of the Hofburg, the exterior of which is not very imposing, are full of beautiful furniture and mementoes of historic interest. The ...
-3. Women In Great Social Positions. The British Ambassadress In Vienna. Part 3
An English Custom that Once Delighted Foreigners - Custom of Universal Kissing Killed by the Puritans - King William IV.'s Complaint about Ceremonious Kissing - ...
-Gold And Silver Lace
Author of A History of Hand-made Lace An Effective Combination of Costliness and Simplicity - Antiquity of Gold Lace-making - Some Drastic Sumptuary Laws - ...
-5. Practical Lessons In Dressmaking
Examiner in Dressmaking, Tailoring, French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery, of the Teachers in Training at the University College of South ...
-Twentieth Lesson. The Making Of A Bathing Dress
Bathing Dress with Detachable Skirt - How to Cut the Pattern for Bodice and Knickers - Altering the Pattern to Suit Individual Figures - To Cut the Skirt - ...
-Twentieth Lesson. The Making Of A Bathing Dress. Part 2
To Draw the Pattern for the Skirt. (For the Front Width) Fold a sheet of paper in half, and measure down the fold the length required for the skirt, plus half ...
-Twentieth Lesson. The Making Of A Bathing Dress. Part 3
Make a narrow turning round the top curve of the shaped piece for the neck, tack it neatly, and press it on the wrong side, being careful to keep the correct ...
-Practical Lessons In Tailoring. Twentieth Lesson. Double-breasted Coat And Skirt. Continued
Facing the Collar and Revers The collar and revers are now ready for facing. This should, if possible, be done without any join. N.B. - The length of velvet or ...
-The Ribbon Sash
The Charm of the Sash - The Correct Length of Ribbon Required - A Wide Bow and Buckle - How to Make the Belt - A Rosette Sash - How to Finish and Weight the ...
-The Ribbon Sash. Part 2
In the drapery trade, bogus sales are a well-known means of attracting customers. It is quite a common practice to misname goods at these displays, for ...
-The Ribbon Sash. Part 3
By The Hon. Mrs. Fitzroy Stewart The Modern Craze for Travelling - Up-to-date Luggage - Its Nature and Amount - Some Ingenious Boxes And Trunks Incessant ...
-Cut-Work Embroidery
Effective Work - Materials Required - Choice of Designs - Buttonholing and Weaving Stitches A very interesting way of embroidering linen is to cut portions of ...
-Embroidered Candle-Shades
Candle-light the Most Becoming of Lights - The Beauty and Variety Possible to Obtain in Candle-shades - How to make a Rose Candle-shade There is no artificial ...
-2. Seed Embroidery
An Effective Fringe of Seeds and Steel Beads - A Flower Spray Wrought in Melon and Marrow Seeds - The Application of Gilding to Seed Embroidery Work - A Design ...
-The Mending Of Table Linen
The Difficulty of Repairing a Tablecloth - Darning a Hole in a Damask Cloth - Two Methods of Preserving the Design - The Advantage of Having a Stock of Linen ...
-Meals Out Of Doors
Serving Meals out of doors - Not too far away from Kitchen and Pantry - How to Keep Dishes Hot out of doors - A Simple dinner - Protection from Damp - ...
-The A B C Of Bottling Fruits, Etc
Until within a few years ago, the popular method of bottling fruit was by placing the jars containing the fruit in a saucepan, with hay round and under them, ...
-Bottled Cherries And Gooseberries
Prepare the fruit, top and tailing the gooseberries and stalking the cherries. Pack it into the jars, then fill them nearly Patent screw - top glass jars ...
-Chutney Croutons
Required: Thin slices of bread. Two or three tablespoonfuls of chutney. Two tablespoonfuls of grated Parmesan cheese. One ounce of butter. A little made ...
-Canapes Of Crab
Required: Six croutons of bread. One medium-sized crab. Kind. Required Degree. Length of Time. Cherries 195 F. or 90 C. 20 to 30 mins. Gooseberries, Green.
-Croutes Of Caviare A L'Orientale
Required : A small pot of caviare. One ounce of sweet almonds. Three ounces of butter. Two teaspoonfuls of lemon-juice. One teaspoonful of anchovy essence. Two ...
-Croutes A La Windsor
Required : Six chickens' livers. Six thin slices of bacon. Six small croutes of bread. One teaspoonful of chopped parsl v. Half a teaspoonful of chopped onion.
-Indian Canapes
Required: The remains of curry of any kind. A little butter. A little cooked tomato. Rounds of toast. A little chopped parsley. Chop up the curry. Melt a small ...
-Anchovy Croutons
Required : Thin slices of bread. Two ounces of butter. Two hard-boiled yolks of eggs. Two teaspoonfuls of anchovy paste. A few drops of lemon-juice. Cayenne.
-Marrow Toast
Required : One marrow bone. A slice of hot toast. Half a teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Half a teaspoonful of lemon-juice. Salt and pepper. Take the marrow ...
-Caviare And Prawns
Required : A small pot of caviare. One dozen prawns. One ounce of butter. One pickled gherkin. Small rounds of bread. Stamp out a dozen rounds of bread the ...
-Batons De Caviare
Required : Half a pound of puff pastry. About three ounces of caviare. One lemon. Three ounces of fresh butter. One hard-boiled yolk of egg. Three anchovies.
-Bloater-And-Mushroom Toast
Required : Eight large mushrooms. Two bloaters. An ounce of butter. A little lemon- juice. Salt and pepper. Eight neat rounds of hot buttered toast. Peel and ...
-Tartlets Of Tunny Fish
Required : Four ounces of puff pastry. About two inches of cucumbers. A small tin of tunny fish. A little coralline pepper and salad-oil. Roll out the pastry ...
-A Meatless Breakfast Menu
Coffee, Cocoa or Tea (or Proteid Food). Maize-meal Porridge, or Hazel-nut Porridge. Savoury Scrambled Eggs, or Spanish Eggs. Savoury Toasts, or Tomato Fritters ...
-Recipes For A Meatless Breakfast Menu - Maize-Meal Porridge
Required: Quarter of a pound of maize meal or polenta. Two ounces of proteid food. One quart of milk or water. Sugar or salt to taste. Stir the maize-meal or ...
-Hazel-Nut Porridge
Required: Four ounces of milled hazel nuts. Two ounces of proteid food. One ounce of currants or sultanas. One pint of milk. Bring the milk to the boil, add ...
-Savoury Scrambled Eggs
Required: Three eggs. One ounce of proteid food. Half a gill of milk. Pepper and salt. Mushroom ketchup. Beat up the three eggs in a basin with the proteid ...
-Spanish Eggs
Required: Three tomatoes. One ounce of butter. Tomato puree. Onion (small). Proteid food. Three eggs. Garlic. Bake the tomatoes, and pass them through a fine ...
-Savoury Toast - I
Savoury Paste Required : One hard-boiled egg. Four ounces of grated cheese. Salt and white pepper. Chopped parsley and onion. Vinegar or sauce. Olive oil or ...
-Savoury Toast - II
Tomato Paste Required: Four tomatoes. One ounce of butter. Three eggs. Salt and pepper. Cut the tomatoes across, and bake them in a buttered dish until tender.
-Tomato Fritters
Required : Half a pound of fresh tomatoes. Butter. Vinegar. Salt. White pepper. Cayenne. Two eggs. Flour. Proteid food. Take the tomatoes, slice them, and fry ...
-Milled Nuts And Cream
Hazel nuts, almonds, walnuts, pine kernels, or mixed nuts can be milled with a nut-mill. These, served with cream, make a delicious and nutritious dish. The ...
-Compote Of Fruits
Boil one pound of lump sugar in half a pint of water for ten minutes, add any picked fruit, such as raspberries, currants, strawberries, plums, apples, pears, ...
-Proteid Clotted Cream
Mix proteid food very thoroughly with fresh cream (which may, if preferred, be whipped first) until the consistency is that of Devonshire clotted cream. Add ...
-Some Summer Sauces
Cucumber Sauce - Hard Sauce - Horseradish Sauce - Aubois Sauce
-Cucumber Sauce
Required : Half a large cucumber. Quarter of a pint of Bechamel, or white, sauce. Quarter of a pint of Mayonnaise sauce. Four tablespoonfuls of cream. Salt and ...
-Hard Sauce
Required : Four ounces of butter. Two ounces of castor sugar. Half a teaspoonful of vanilla or lemon-juice or four teaspoonfuls of brandy. A dust of nutmeg.
-Horseradish Sauce
Required : One stick of horseradish. Half a teaspoonful of made mustard. One teaspoonful of castor sugar. One tablespoonful of vinegar. Quarter of a pint of ...
-Aubois Sauce
Required: Half a pound of lump sugar. Half a pint of water. Four yolks of eggs. Half a pint of whipped cream. Liqueur to flavour. Boil the sugar and water to a ...
-3. The Art Of Marketing
Continued From page 1617, Part 13 Soap Choose soap that is not too soft, highly coloured, or highly scented. Ordinary yellow soap sold in bars is most ...
-Recipes From Other Countries - Spanish Confectionery - Spanish Pastelitos (Petits Fours) I
Take a quarter of a pound of ground almonds and six ounces of icing sugar, and mix them well together after you have sieved the sugar through a fine sieve. Add ...
-Baba De Burgos
Make a fine baba paste by taking half an ounce of German yeast, placing it in a small basin and working it smooth with a wooden spoon; then stir in a little ...
-Pineapple Pyramids
Take some round slices of crystallised pineapple, which have had the core removed and so have a hole in the centre. Cut them into eight pieces. Place a ...
-Pastelitos II
Neat fingers and a little practice are required to make these delicious morsels successfully. Select some fairly thick paper cups, one and a half inches in ...
-Pastelitos III
Make a macaroon mixture by mixing together a quarter of a pound of ground almonds and half a pound of castor sugar with one ounce of ground rice in a basin. In ...
-Fondant For Coating
Required: Two pounds of granulated sugar. Half a pint of water One tablespoonful of glucose, or a pinch of cream of tartar. Vanilla to flavour if required.
-Lady Carlisle
An extraordinary instance of a family divided in politics is presented by the story of the Carlisles. Lady Carlisle, who is a daughter of the late Lord Stanley ...
-The Duchess Of Rutland
The mother of those charming and accomplished daughters, Lady Violet Manners - who lately married the Hon. Hugo Charteris, eldest son of Lord and Lady Elcho - ...
-Madame Liza Lehmann
Although now recognised as one of the world's leading composers, Madame Liza Lehmann first achieved fame and popularity as a singer. Randegger was her teacher, ...
-Lady Maud Warrender
The youngest sister of the present Lord Shaftesbury, and the wife of that popular baronet, Rear-admiral Sir George J. Scott Warrender, whom she married in 1894, ...
-Lady Laurier
The wife of the Prime Minister of Canada was Miss Zoe Lafontaine, of Montreal, before her marriage in 1868. She comes of an old French Canadian family, and, ...
-Miss Decima Moore
There are not many actresses who, apart from journeys incidental to the business of touring, have travelled so far as Miss Decima Moore. Accompanying her ...
-Mrs. Flora Annie Steel
It was Mr. Balfour who once said that this brilliant lady novelist is the only Englishwoman who knows anything about real India. Nor is this at all surprising ...
-Queen. Mothers of Europe
The Dowager Empress Marie of Russia A Death-bed Betrothal - Handsome Papa - The Mother-in-law of Europe - The Bomb-proof Empress - Queen Alexandra and Her ...
-Queen. Mothers of Europe. Continued
When the Empress visits this country, she and Queen Alexandra usually spend much of their time paying surprise visits to hospitals and charitable institutions ...
-Societies Tihat Help Women And Children - The Home Arts And Industries Association
The Decay of Village Industries - How They Game to be Revived - Growth of the Association - Its Patrons - Its Aims and Methods - Beneficent Results of its Work ...
-Undue Influence
The onus of proving that undue pressure was brought to bear upon him while signing a contract will devolve upon the person who signed it. Undue influence is ...
-Undue Influence. Continued
Interests In Or Concerning Land With regard to contracts relating to interests in or concerning land, it is not easy to lay down a clear rule, and we must ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 18. Jane Welsh And Thomas Carlyle
Great, super-great man though he was, nothing which he ever did or wrote has made Carlyle more famous than the story of his marriage. He was a genius, a great ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 18. Jane Welsh And Thomas Carlyle. Continued
Her ambition, perhaps, more than anything else, had made Jane decide to marry. She had aspired to become the wife and literary companion to a great man of ...
-Illusions Of Early Love
The Poetry of First Love - The Highest Form of Love - Flirtations - People Who Never Know the True Sentiment of Love - False Hopes So many different sentiments ...
-3. The Language Of Flowers
Coronella - Success crown your wishes. Cowslip - Winning grace. Corydalis (climbing) - Friendliness. Corydalis (yellow) - Abundance. The quaint old ...
-The Church Missionary Society
Object of the Society - Early Discouragement of Women's Work - The Curse of Fetishism and Witchcraft - Position of Woman in Heathen Lands - The First Women ...
-Special Hints To Vioilinists
The Care of the Violin - How to Keep the Violin in Good Health - The Choice of a Teacher On Practice - The Old and the New Methods of Violin Playing - The ...
-The St. John's Wood Art Schools
The Aims and Ideals of the School - Its Staff - Some Famous Students - Curriculum and Fees-prizes and Scholarships - Sketching and Holiday Classes The St. John' ...
-2. Flower Culture For Profit
Author of' the Farmers' Friend The Family Gardener, etc. Picking and Packing - The Art of Bunching- Rose Cultivation- Buying Supplies - The Art of Planning - ...
-2. Flower Culture For Profit. Part 2
Many market gardeners prune back their bushes till only some ten inches of stem is left containing three or four eyes at the most, but, in the writer's opinion, ...
-2. Flower Culture For Profit. Part 3
To be continued. August Work In The Garden By Helen Colt, F.r.h.s., Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society The Flower Garden - Conservatory and Greenhouse - ...
-Holidays In A Caravan
The Delights of a Caravan Holiday - Different Types of Vans - The One to Choose - Making Up One's Party - A Few Words upon Horses - Division of Work, with Some ...
-Holidays In A Caravan. Continued
We will now suppose that a van of the type we have just described has been obtained; there now arises the important question of companions. Let it be at once ...
-3. How To Learn To Swim And Dive
Author of Swimming /or Women and Girls etc. Continued from page 2370, Pari 19 Regularity of Movement Essential - Swimming on the Back should be Learnt - A ...
-3. Birds As Pets
Written and Illustrated by F. J. S. Chatterton Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medallist Paris, 1910-11; Specialist Breeder and Judge of Poultry, Pigeons, and Cage ...
-3. Birds As Pets. Continued
The other two members of this family. The song thrush and the blackbird. Both these handsome birds belong to the same soft-billed thrush family are easily ...
-Rose-Bowls And How To Use Them
Cut Glass and Silver Rose-bowls for the Table - Old China - A Crystal Bowl - Some Suitable Shapes - Choosing a Farnham Rose-bowl - Various Holders - A Good ...
-Rose-Bowls And How To Use Them. Part 2
In the opinion of many, nothing is really more satisfactory than the very simple method of using two vases, one placed inside the other. This often proves a ...
-Rose-Bowls And How To Use Them. Part 3
Chester Plate Chester was somewhat late in beginning its career as a plate producing centre, the first reference to its distinctive marks occurring in the ...
-Rose-Bowls And How To Use Them. Part 4
Silver sugar-sifter of 18th century date. The piercing of the bowl is of excellent design Edinburgh Plate At Edinburgh a castle became, in 1483, the ...
-Rose-Bowls And How To Use Them. Part 5
Dublin Plate Marks The harp surmounted by a crown that varied considerably both in size and shape, a date letter, and the maker's stamp, generally his initials, ...
-The Romance Of Old C1ena Josiah Wedgwood And His Wares
Author of How to Identify Old China, and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain A Family of Potters - Ill-health a Blessing in Disguise - Wedgwood's First ...
-How To Keep The House Cool In Hot Weather
Whitewashed Roofs - How to Manage the Windows - A Cool Hall - Cool-looking Chair-covers - What to do with Carpets - The Nursery Refrigerator - Electric Fans ...
-How To Keep The House Cool In Hot Weather. Part 2
The Complexion The Teeth The Eyes The Ideal of Beauty The Ideal Figure, etc., etc. BeautifulL Women In History Blue=Stocking Mrs. Montagu By Pearl Adam The ...
-How To Keep The House Cool In Hot Weather. Part 3
A boy was born, who was christened by some sober name, but always called Punch. (Think of the retainer !) He brought a very deep happiness into the life at ...
-2. Beauty Culture, For Women - Face Massage
Removing Forehead Wrinkles - Bagginess Under the Eyes - Massage a Friction - Crowsfeet - Hollow Cheeks - The Correct Movements - A Simple Astringent - Recipes ...
-How To Obtain A Good Figure
Fashion and Figure - The Ideal Figure - How to Acquire Height - Excessive Stoutness - Excessive Thinness - How to Cure Round Shoulders - How to Develop the ...
-National Dances For Children. No. 1. English - The Sailor's Hornpipe
The Origin, Derivation, and Style of the Hornpipe - The Music - Some Changes - The Steps Teaching a Child every nation possesses its own national dance. These ...
-Mud-Pie Pinafores
Holiday Pinafore and Overalls - When Children are Paddling - The Crawling Child - Pinafores for Boys When a child is told not to soil her frock a holiday is ...
-Mud-Pie Pinafores. Continued
The crawler in use. Made as described on this page, it completely protects the child's clothes when playing on the floor The two chief ideas underlying ...
-A Crazy Croquet Match For Children
An Exciting Game that can be Played on any Lawn - The Rules - Scoring and Robbing Other Players of Their Scores - The Finish of the Match - Prizes Crazy ...
-Woman's Work In Australia
Market Gardening in Victoria - Poultry Farming - Fruit Farming - The Woman Who Succeeds - Qualities and Capital Required - Cost of Passage - How the Government ...
-4. Shopkeeping For Women. Fishing Tackle Dealers
Author of Every Way 0/ Earning a Living Our Sons and Daughters etc. Study of Local Conditions - Capital Required - How to Buy Stock - Flies for Streams - How ...
-Poultry Farm1ng For Women
Editor of The Encyclopaedia 0/ Poultry etc. Continued from page 2400, Part so Diseases and their Prevention - The Fowls' Hospital and its Equipment - Urgency ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. A New Zeeland Marriage
A Zeeland Marriage - Procession of the Bride and Bridegroom the Chief Feature - Petticoats and Silver Buttons as Signs of Wealth - A Greek Marriage in a ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. A New Zeeland Marriage. Part 2
As in England, the wedding dress is invariably white, and a wreath of flowers is worn on the hair under a long tulle veil which completely covers her dress.
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. A New Zeeland Marriage. Part 3
Denmark and his Queen, Louise, which was held at Copenhagen on May 26, 1892. The whole country rose up to do them honour, for it was the first time a Danish ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. A New Zeeland Marriage. Part 4
Family Jars Worse than all others is the couple who nag and wrangle and jar all day long, whether alone or in company. One is for ever in opposition to the ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. A New Zeeland Marriage. Part 5
Every woman of sense is prepared to do this in some measure when entering on a life partnership with any man, whether he be bachelor or widower. But ...
-Summer Aches And Pains
Headaches in Hot Weather - How to Deal With Them- Headaches Caused by Eye-strain - Causes of Toothache - Importance of the Care of the Teeth Those who are ...
-Home Nursing - Nursing Children
A Quiet Manner Desirable when Nursing Children - Danger of Giving Castor Oil - How to Take a Child's Pulse and Temperature - Giving Children Medicine - Bathing ...
-Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. The Care Of The Ears In Childhood
Deafness in After Life May Arise from Neglect in Childhood - The Danger of Not Attending to Slight Ear Trouble - The Connection Between Throat and Ear - ...
-5. Little Difficulties With Baby And The Bottle
Signs of Correct Feeding - How a Baby May be Made Ill - Improper Feeding - Treatment of Baby Ailments - Vomiting, Constipation, Diarrhoea The mother who ...
-15. Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Mouth-breathing is a fairly common condition. It is due to a variety of causes, the chief of which is obstruction in the nose from adenoids. The effect of ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. Wife Of The Governor-General Of South Africa
South Africa's Bachelors - Influential Women - Cecil Rhodes's Sister - Stories about Lord and Lady Selborne - Lord Gladstone's Romantic Marriage - Lady ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. Wife Of The Governor-General Of South Africa. Part 2
Lady Selborne, too, is a keen agriculturist. In fact, before duty called her to South Africa, she was instrumental in starting an association which had for its ...
-Wife Of The Governor-General Of South Africa. Part 3
Curiously enough, Lady Gladstone was born and bred in an essentially Conservative atmosphere, her father, Sir Richard Paget, having been for thirty years Tory ...
-Wife Of The Governor-General Of South Africa. Part 4
Inquisitive Guests I remember on one accasion, when the late Queen Victoria was having her tea in a tent at a Buckingham Palace garden-party, a footman spread ...
-Blouses
Truly, blouses are a delight to behold when they are soft and delicate in texture and fit the figure perfectly. They are so fragile that a dozen of them can be ...
-6. Practical Lessons In Dressmaking. Twenty-First Lesson. To Make The Girdle For The Dressing-Gown
Examiner in Dressmaking, Tailoring, French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery, of the Teachers in Training at the University College of South ...
-Practical Lessons In Tailoring - For Home Workers And Others
Adjustment of the Lining - Buttons and Buttonholes - How to Cover Button-moulds - Making the Sleeves - Lining the Sleeves If satin or silk is used for the ...
-Practical Lessons In Tailoring - For Home Workers And Others. Part 2
This gives the line on which to place the row of machine-stitching, simulating the cuff; the stitching must be continued down the edge of the cuff on the fore- ...
-Practical Lessons In Tailoring - For Home Workers And Others. Part 3
A rose design for an embroidered hatband. Nature should be copied The colouring of the roses may be copied from Nature when possible, and their delicate light ...
-2. The Upkeep And Renovation Of Dress
Re-lining a Coat - The Shabby Pocket Hole - Renovation of a Worn Skirt Hem - Some Practical Hints - Underskirts In the renovation of a coat its lining must not ...
-Butterfly Embroidery
The Charm of the Butterfly - Embroidered Butterflies on Satin for Table-mats - The Colourings Should be Taken from Nature and Reproduced in Silk - The Red ...
-Bead Bags And Purses
Revival of the Bead Handbag - Old and Artistic Specimens Described - The Treasures of the Curio Box - A Simple Bridge-purse in Crochet and Beads - Directions ...
-Bead Bags And Purses. Continued
There is something marvellously vivid about the colouring of the old bead purses. When patterns are knitted, it entails much counting of beads, but it is ...
-The Game Season
How to Distinguish Young Birds - General Rule for Hanging Birds - Time-table for Cooking Game The advent of grouse on August 12 marks the beginning of the game ...
-Roast Game
Required : A brace of grouse. Two slices of fat bacon. Butter or good dripping for basting. Two slices of hot buttered toast. (Sufficient for six to eight.) ...
-Fried Crumbs
Required : About an ounce of butter. Two or three tablespoonfuls of crumbs. Melt the butter in a frying-pan; when it is quite hot shake in the crumbs. Turn ...
-Grouse Scallops
Required: About six ounces of cooked game. Six tablespoonfuls of brown sauce or gravy. Half an ounce of butter. Browned crumbs. Salt and pepper. (Sufficient ...
-Game Cutlets
Required: Half a pound of grouse, or any kind of cooked game, free from bone. Two ounces of cooked ham. One ounce of butter. Half an ounce of flour. One gill ...
-Salmi Of Grouse
Required : Two or more grouse. Three ounces of ham. Two shallots or small onions. A bunch of parsley and herbs. One ounce of flour. Three cloves. Six ...
-Zephires Of Game
Required : About half a pound of any game Half an ounce of butter. One ounce of flour. One egg. Three-quarters of a pint of stock. Scraps of puff pastry. Half ...
-Game Pie
Required : One and a half pounds of flour. Seven ounces of butter. One and a half gills of milk. Two yolks of eggs. Raw game of any kind. One pound of veal.
-The A B C Of Paper Bag Cookery
Advantages of the System - How to Secure Success in Paper Bag Cookery - Rules to Observe - How to Close the Edges of the Bags The interest lately roused by M.
-Filleted Soles
Required: One sole. Half an ounce of butter. A rounded teaspoonful of flour. Half a teaspoonful of lemon-juice. Half a teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Half a ...
-Lamb Cutlets With Ham
Required : One pound of lamb cutlets. Two small slices of ham for each cutlet. One small teaspoonful of chopped parsley. A saltspoonful of grated lemon-rind.
-A Roast Fowl
Required : One young fowl. One ounce of butter. (Sufficient for about five or six persons.) A home-made bag, the edges being folded over twice and kept in ...
-Cucumber In Milk
Required: One cucumber. Three-quarters of a gill of milk. One ounce of butter. Flour. Seasoning. Peel the cucumber, and cut it into large cubes. Roll these in ...
-Picn1c Hampers
The Requisites for a Picnic Hamper - Packing the Eatables - Tablecloths and Napkins of Paper - The Carriage of Beverages - How to Pack Butter, Jellies, Creams - ...
-Beef Galantine
Required: One pound of raw steak or topside of beef. One pound of lean bacon or ham. Half a pound of fresh white breadcrumbs. Two raw eggs. One and a half ...
-Veal-And-Egg Pie
Required: One and a half pounds of flour. Six ounces of butter. One and a half gills of milk. One yolk of egg. One teaspoonful of salt. Two pounds of lean veal.
-Savoury Rolls (Fish)
Required : One pound of rough puff pastry. Half a pound of smoked haddock. A teacupful of well-boiled rice. Two hard-boiled eggs. Two tomatoes. Two ...
-Carmelite Eggs
Required : Four hard-boiled eggs. One raw egg. Breadcrumbs and frying fat. Half a pound of lobster free from shell. One ounce of butter. One ounce of flour.
-Vienna Sandwiches
Required: Three eggs; their weight in flour. Castor sugar and butter. One teaspoonful of baking-powder. One grated lemon-rind. Two tablespoonfuls of milk. One ...
-Compote Of Fruit
Required : Two pounds of any kind of fruit. One pound of loaf sugar. Half a pint of water. One glass of Marsala. (Sufficient for about ten persons.) Put the ...
-Coffee Cream Ice
Required : One pint of very strong coffee. Quarter of a pound of castor sugar. One and a quarter pints of cream. Make the coffee, strain, and allow it to ...
-Raspberry Water Ice
Required: One pound of ripe raspberries. The juice of one lemon. Two pounds of lump sugar. One pint of water. Coffee ices served in paper cases representing ...
-Three Vanilla Ices
No. 1 Required: Six eggs. One quart of milk. Quarter of a pound of loaf sugar. Vanilla to taste. Beat up the eggs, put the milk and sugar in a pan on the fire, ...
-Pineapple Water Ice
Required : One fresh pineapple. Two small lemons. Two pounds of loaf sugar. One pint of water. A small pinch of cream of tartar. Cut the top off the pineapple, ...
-H.R.H. Princess Victoria Of Schleswig-Holstein
The third child of Princess Christian was the favourite granddaughter of Queen Victoria, and, as a young girl, was the close companion of Princess Alix of ...
-The Crown Princess Of Roumania
One of the most beautiful princesses in Europe, the Crown Princess of Roumania is credited with having been the favourite niece of the late King Edward. Eldest ...
-Mrs. Henry Fawcett
As president of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, a movement which is growing in strength every day, Mrs. Henry Fawcett is recognised as the ...
-Miss Ethel Smyth
The first lady to occupy the conductor's stand at a Philharmonic concert, and the only Englishwoman who has composed a grand opera, Miss Ethel Smyth has ...
-Mrs. Belloc Lowndes
After spending her youth in France, this gifted authoress came to this country, and in 1896 married Mr. Frederic Sawrey Lowndes, M.a. She was then twenty-eight ...
-Miss Dorothea Baird (Mrs. H. B. Irving)
Known to all playgoers as Dorothea Baird, Mrs. H. B. Irving, who married the famous actor in 1896, made her first appearance on the stage in 1894 with the ...
-Miss Jessie Ackermann
Without much fear of having the distinction disputed, Miss Jessie Ackermann may claim to be the world's greatest woman traveller. Altogether she has been six ...
-A Queen In Exile. No. 12. Ranavalona III. of Madagascar
Persecution of Missionaries - A New Era - Burning of the Idols - The Young Queen - A Love Match - War - English Women Influence the Queen - How the Queen Lost ...
-A Queen In Exile. No. 12. Ranavalona III. of Madagascar. Continued
The first two years of her reign were clouded by a war with France, which caused much bloodshed and misery in the coast towns of Madagascar. During that ...
-Contract Dealings With Tradesmen
Responsibility of the Buyer - Warranting Goods - The Buyer's Remedy - Implied Warranty of Title - Warranty During Sale - Goods Purchased in Shops - The ...
-Family Arrangements
Meaning of the Term Family - Valid and Invalid Arrangements - Parties to an Agreement-support by the Court - Actions to Set Aside or Vary Agreements A family ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 19. Sir Richard And Lady Burton
This is a strange romance, uncanny, inexplicable. No novelist would dare tax the imagination of his readers with such a tale. In short, the story of Sir ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 19. Sir Richard And Lady Burton. Part 2
But she found him sooner than she could have dared even to hope, and in appearance he tallied exactly with the hero of her visions. It was at Boulogne. The ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 19. Sir Richard And Lady Burton. Part 3
In the following June, however, among the crowd at Ascot Races, she saw Hagar Burton. Perhaps this was an omen. The gipsy recognised her immediately. Are you ...
-Parents Versus Love
Parents' Objections to Engagements - The Wilful, Headstrong Giri - How the Judicious Parent Compromises - Reasonable Causes for Objection - Lack of Means - ...
-2. Lovers' Superstitions
By Lydia O'shea Some Popular Flower-fancies - Woman's Love for Superstition - The Auguries of Birds - The Unlucky Dog and the Lucky Cat The old proverb says ...
-The Mothers' Union
An Organisation that Unites Christian Mothers in all Parts of the Empire - How the Union Began - Queen Victoria the First Patron - The Sanctity of Marriage - ...
-The Mothers' Union. Continued
The Union was organised and continues to work under the auspices of the Church, of England, and all official workers engaged in the parochial, diocesan, and ...
-The School Of Animal Painting
Mr. Frank Calderon's School - Animal Models - Favourite Subjects - Canine Sitters - Life Classes - Arrangement of the School - Fees and Terms - The Summer ...
-Practical Hints For The Pianist. Memorising Music
An Art that Can be Acquired by all Students - How to Begin to Learn - A Musical Sentence - Some Hints on How to Memorise - The Attendant Key Principle - ...
-Famous Books By Women - "Adam Bede"
There is a note about Adam Bede which one does not find so strongly in any other figure of George Eliot's books. Perhaps it is due to the fact that five of her ...
-3. Flower Culture For Profit
Author of Small Holdings for Women, The Farmers' Friend etc. The Whole Art of Digging - Hoeing and Spraying - The Question of Labour - Should Boys be Employed - ...
-3. Flower Culture For Profit. Continued
Another appliance in frequent use on every well - equipped floral farm is the spraying machine. As its name implies, its purpose is to distribute in the form ...
-Some Minor Garden Accessories
The Value of Finish in Garden Work - Cheap and Nasty Accessories - The Advantages of Oak for Garden Structures - Labels and How to Make Them That quality in ...
-How To Learn To Swim Amd Dive
Author of Swimming for Women and Girls, etc. Continued front page 2492, Part 20 How to Dive Feet Foremost - The Graceful Swan Dive - Diving Backwards - The ...
-The Art Of Sculling
Written and Illustrated by Gladys Beattie Crozier A Delightful and Useful Accomplishment - Its Popularity - The Question of Passengers - A Suitable Kit for ...
-The Art Of Sculling. Continued
The main part of the work in sculling is done by the legs and back. When the arms and body are well forward in striking the water, press hard against the ...
-Dog Breeding For Profit
Breeder And Exhibitor The Most Profitable of the Hardier Toys - A Suitable Puppy House - The Foundation of a Kennel - On Mating - The Importance of Honesty - ...
-Guinea-Pigs
Specialist Breeder and Judge of Poultry, Pigeons, and Cage Birds; Judge at the Grand International Show, Crystal Palace; Membre Societe des Aviculteurs ...
-The Tea-Table
Sutherland Tables - The Two-tier Sheraton Model - Nests of Small Tables - Little Folding Tables - The Revival of the Urn Stand - An Antique Tea-poy Half the ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Josiah Wedgwood And His Wares
Author of How to Identify Old China and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain The Story of a Great Table Service for the Empress Catherine II. of Russia - ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Josiah Wedgwood And His Wares. Part 2
The figures are in white upon a black ground. The body of this ware, in genuine old pieces, is of the finest texture, and smooth as satin From the South ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Josiah Wedgwood And His Wares. Part 3
Wedgwood jasper ware, A circular pedestal, with a chequered pattern in olive and lilac, and a cortee-pot with white figures and ornaments in relief on a lilac ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Josiah Wedgwood And His Wares. Part 4
Heppelwhite Chairs There is nothing surprising in the appreciation with which Chippendale chairs are meeting, for, whether an original or a really good copy, ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Josiah Wedgwood And His Wares. Part 5
Various Foliage, etc. This month brings us richness of colour-ing and mellow tints. Not alone have we beauty of blossom, but the rich colouring of foliage ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Josiah Wedgwood And His Wares. Part 6
The blooms of the large sunflower make stylish table-centres; place four together, with a vase in the centre of them filled with small sunflowers and coreopsis.
-Beautiful Women In History. "La Belle Hamilton"
We hear of the Gay Gordons and the Wild Beresfords, and another family traditionally distinguished by an adjective is that of the Handsome Hamiltons. For ...
-2. How To Obtain A Good Figure
Some Exercises to Develop the Bust - The Value of Good Corsets - Massage - A Warning Against Drugs - How to Reduce the Size of the Bust Where special treatment ...
-2. How To Obtain A Good Figure. Continued
Considering the first of these primary divisions of the subject we find that it quite as naturally divides itself again under about four heads or subdivisions.
-The Too Thin Woman
Some Causes of Leanness - The Meaning of Age - A Caution re Diet - Avoid Extremes - The Elixir of Life - How to Grow Old Quickly The trials of the too stout ...
-Health-Giving Games For Small Children
Utilising a Child's Instinct for Play - Games that Cause Deep-breathing - The Good Effect of Bubble-blowing - Hoop-bowling Races - Three-year-old Children May ...
-National Dances For Children
Continued front page 2516, part 21 By Mrs. Wordsworth Principal 0/ The Physical Training College, South Kensington
-2. Scotch
National Character in Music and Dances of Scotland - Many Varieties - The Significance and Uses of Music - Scotch Reels - War Dances, Strathspeys - Some ...
-2. Scotch. Continued
Fig 4. 'toe and Heel. The toe and heel are alternately placed on the ground with a spring, dropping as near the stationary foot as possible The original ...
-Shopkeeping For Women. Fruiterers
Author of Every Way of Earning a Living Our Sons and Daughters, etc. Attractive Appearance of a Fruiterer's Stock - Experience Necessary - Selection of a Shop - ...
-Shopkeeping For Women. Fruiterers. Continued
As an illustration, however, of what the first morning's marketing might be, the following list of fruit purchased for a shop opening in January or February ...
-Hospital Almoners
Author of Business Talks to Young Men Straight Talks to Employers etc. A New and Not Overcrowded Profession - The Growing Necessity for Hospital Almoners - ...
-Hospital Almoners. Part 2
Youths who come in for treatment, and who seem in danger of drifting into an idle and thriftless life, are handed over to one of the apprenticeship societies ...
-Hospital Almoners. Part 3
Many women, who fully recognise the importance of training, however, find themselves confronted with a serious difficulty in meeting the necessary expense.
-Small Attentions
Courteous Attentions need not Mean Spoiling a Husband - The Small Details that a Wife can Make her Personal Care - Proverbial Personal Carelessness of Men - ...
-Small Attentions. Continued
The Ideal Of Happiness He knows that she will expect to see him smoke or wear some of these delectable articles, and he knows, too, what a penance that will ...
-The Household Purse
A Clear Understanding as to Money Matters Necessary in Married Life - The Value of Fixed Allowances - The Bill System, and why it Should be Condemned - ...
-The Household Purse. Continued
Perfect confidence must always exist with regard to money matters in the home if happiness is to be ensured. No wife worth the name desires to spend one penny ...
-British Spas
The Growing Popularity of British Spas - Their Respective Climates and Waters - What Diseases are Treated at Spas - Buxton - Harrogate - Malvern - Bath - Why ...
-British Spas. Continued
Llandrindod Wells Those who are suffering from nervous exhaustion from overwork, and want an invigorating yet mild atmosphere, will find Llandrindod Wells an ...
-7. Home Nursing. Nursing Accident Cases
Preparations for an Accident Patient - The Arrangement of the Bed - Accessories and Dressings - Washing the Wound - Classes of Wounds - Dry and Wet Dressings - ...
-7. Home Nursing. Nursing Accident Cases. Continued
Aseptic Surgery There are innumerable germs, each one producing special effects. For example, some of these germs in the air might produce erysipelas. Others ...
-6. How To Keep Baby Cool
Flagging Health in Hot Weather - Suitable Clothing a Most Important Point - The Ideal Garments for a Baby in Summer - The Uses of Water - Bathing and Drinking - ...
-16. Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Continued from, page 2546, Part 21 Myopia, Or Short Sight, is due to an anatomical defect in the shape of the eye, and rays of light are brought to a focus ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. Britain's American Peeressf
American Wives - Duchess of Marlborough - Duchess of Roxburghe - The Quiet Wedding of a Duke - An American Marchioness - American Countesses - American ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. Britain's American Peeressf. Continued
The reigning Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava, nee Miss Florence Davis, the daughter of Mr. John H. Davis, of New York, is one of the prettiest of the American ...
-Suede Hat Trimmings
How Suede may be Bought - The Lovely Shades in which it is Dyed - Embroidering Suede in Chenille and Beads - A Motor Bonnet with Suede Band - Suede Bands for ...
-On Luggage
Continued front page 2440, I'art 20 Ideal Trunks and Hat-boxes - A Wardrobe Trunk - Luggage for a Yachting Cruise - For the Moors - Useful Hints There are what ...
-Chinese Embroideris
Uses for Chinese Silken Embroideries - How to Adapt Embroidered Sleeve Linings - A Use for Chinese Silk Mats - Colour Harmonies - Framed Pictures in Silk ...
-7. Practical Lessons In Dressmaking. Twenty-Second Lesson. The Remodelling Of Clothes
Examiner in Dressmaking, Tailoring, French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery, of the Teachers in Training at the University College of South ...
-Practical Lessons In Tailoring. Twenty-second Lesson. The Remodelling And Renovation Of Clothes
Remodelling a Coat and Skirt - Finished Sketch The subject of remodelling and renovating garments has a wide range, including not only cleaning and dyeing them, ...
-2. Inexpensive Jewels
Continued font page 1837, Part 15 Some Popular Green Jewels - The Olivine Family - The Stone for a September Bride - The Quakers' Jewel - Tourmalines - Jade ...
-Artistic Possibilities Of A Silk Handkerchief
A Lamp-shade - Table-centre - Cushion-cover - Handkerchief Sachet - Nightdress Case, etc.- Attractive Novelties for Bazaars and Gifts at a very Small Expense - ...
-A Pretty "Bird" Design In Crochet
A Handsome Border and Triangle Corner for a Teacloth - Materials Required - Instructions for Working - Abbreviations Explained An effective pattern in crochet ...
-A Pretty "Bird" Design In Crochet. Continued
27. Border, 3 sp., 16 bl., 7 sp., border, turn. 28. Border, 7 sp., 15 bl., 3 sp., border, turn with 3 ch. 29. Border, 4 sp., 14 bl., 6 sp., border, turn. 30.
-A Crochet-Trimmed Stock Collar
Full Directions for Cutting Out the Muslin Collar - Materials Required - How to Make the Crochet Butterfly - Various Ways in Which the Butterfly May be Used ...
-A Crochet-Trimmed Stock Collar. Continued
3 ch., and make 4 tr. into it. As before, cross over, making 6 ch. between the 2 d.c. into each loop until the end one is reached, into which work 4 tr. 2nd ...
-Gas-Stove Improvements
First Class Diplomee in Cookery, Laundry, and Housewifery; late Staff Teacher at the Gloucestershire School of Domestic Economy The Possibilities of the Gas- ...
-Chicken A La Romaine
Required: One chicken. One and a half ounces of flour. Three tablespoonfuls of salad on. Half a pint of tomato pulp. Half a pint of stock. Half a teaspoonful ...
-Lamb Cutlets A La Rothschild
Required : About two pounds of best end neck of mutton. A small jar of pate de foie gras. An artichoke bottom for each cutlet. Chicken a la Romaine. A Jowl cut ...
-Cannelons Of Veal
Required : Six ounces of lean, cold veal. Two ounces of ham. The yolks of two eggs. About a gill of white sauce. Six mushrooms. Three-quarters of a pound of ...
-Timbales A La Celestine
Required : Half a pound of cooked chicken. Two ounces of ham or tongue Two raw eggs. One hard boiled egg. One gill of white sauce. Six small mushrooms. Salt ...
-Quails A La Marseilles
Required: Three quails. Quarter of a pound of sausages. One ounce of butter. Two eggs. Breadcrumbs. Salt and pepper. Half a pint of tomato sauce. One truffle. ( ...
-Petites Cremes Au Cafe
Required : The yolks of six eggs. One gill of cream. Half a pint of strong coffee. Sugar to taste. (Sufficient for six.) Well beat the yolks, add to them the ...
-Raspberry Cream
Required : One pint of raspberries. Three ounces of castor sugar. Three-quarters of an ounce of leaf-gelatine. The juice of half a lemon. Half a pint of cream.
-Cold Cabinet Pudding
Required : About four ounces of sponge-cake, ratafias and macaroons mixed. Half a pint of milk. One whole egg and two extra yolks. Half an ounce of sheet ...
-2. Cherry Pudding
Required : Three ounces of rice. One and a half pints of milk. About a pound of cherries. One gill of cream. Castor sugar. (Sufficient for six.) Put the milk ...
-Savoy Cream
Required: Half a pint of cream. A round of Genoese pastry, or a small jam-sandwich cake. About a dozen Savoy biscuits. Savoy Cream. Place the sponge fingers ...
-Pouding Glace A La Japonaise
Required: Six eggs. One ounce of sugar. One and a half pints of milk. Two ounces of apricot marmalade. Three ounces of ground almonds. Half a pint of cream.
-The Abc Of Making Omelets
General Remarks - Shaping an Omelet - How to Turn it Out - Points to Remember Possibly the first few attempts at making omelets will not be successful, for ...
-A Plain Omelet
Required : Four eggs. One tablespoonful of cream or milk. One ounce of butter. Salt, pepper, and nutmeg. Break the eggs into a basin, beat them lightly, add ...
-Savoury Omelet
Required: Three eggs. One ounce of butter. About half a level teaspoonful of salt. About a quarter of a level teaspoonful of pepper Two teaspoonfuls of chopped ...
-Spring Vegetable Stew
Required : Half a pound of spring carrots. Two ounces of spring onions. Four ounces of turnips. Two ounces of young green peas. Two ounces of butter. Two ...
-Eggs En Casserole
Required : One ounce of butter. Two new-laid eggs. Pepper and salt to taste. One tablespoonful of cream. Method. Melt the butter, and break the two eggs into ...
-Macaroni Campagnola
Required : Three ounces of macaroni. Two ounces of butter. Two ounces of cheese (Gruyere or Cheddar). Two eggs. Method. Into a two-pint casserole put half a ...
-Potage Parmentier
Required : One ounce of butter. Three leeks. One quart of vegetable stock. Four large potatoes. Two tablespoonfuls of cream. One ounce of proteid food. One ...
-Egg-And-Carrot Curry
Required : One ounce of proteid food. Two onions. Two ounces of butter. One apple. One banana. One teaspoonful of curry powder. Half a pint of vegetable stock.
-Rice-And-Almond Pudding
Required : One quart of milk. Two ounces of rice. One ounce of butter. One ounce of milled almonds. One ounce of proteid food. Sugar. Vanilla. Method. Bring ...
-The Duchess Of Newcastle
It was in 1899 that the Duke of Newcastle married Miss Kathleen Candy, a lady with whom he has much in common. Both are keenly devoted to animals, horses and ...
-Madame Paderewski
In Madame Paderewski the famous pianist has a congenial spirit in many respects. A woman of great culture and charm, she takes a lively interest in everything ...
-Lady Ardee
The only daughter of the fourth Earl of Dun-raven, Lady Ardee, before her marriage in 1908, was the inseparable companion of her father and mother on all their ...
-Lady Eden
It is doubtful if any woman living has sat to more great artists than Lady Eden, who, it may be recalled, was the cause of the litigation between Whistler and ...
-Miss Agnes Weston
The story of how Miss Agnes Weston, the Sailors' Friend, became the Mother of the Navy illustrates in a striking manner the important part chance sometimes ...
-Miss Ellis Jeffreys (Mrs. Herbert Sleath)
It was as one of the chorus in The Yeomen of the Guard, at the Savoy in 1889, that Miss Ellis Jeffreys, who in private life is Mrs. Herbert Sleath, wife of the ...
-Mrs. Campbell Praed
The eldest daughter of a former Postmaster-general of Queensland, this popular lady novelist was born in that colony in 1851. Twenty-one years later she ...
-Queen of Italy
The Dowager Queen of Italy A Royal Love Match - A Tragic Disappointment - How the Present King of Italy Overcame His Ill-health - His Wooing and Marriage - A ...
-Queen of Italy. Continued
H.M. the Queen Dowager of Italy, who, before her marriage with the late King Humbert, was Princess Margherita of Savoy. The beauty and accomplishments of Queen ...
-Heroines Of History
Christopher Columbus enlisting the sympathetic interest of Isabella of Castile on behalf of his scheme for discovering the New World. This enlightened ...
-2. Heroines Of History
The days are gone when Spain was num-bered among the greatest countries of the world, but the memory of her greatness remains, and with it the memory of Queen ...
-Contract - Dealing With Tradespeople
Want of Privity - The Hair-wash Case - Rights in a Photograph - Ill-fitting Garments - Time Contracts - Legal Necessaries While on the subject of warranty it ...
-Contract - Dealing With Tradespeople. Continued
Goods stolen and sold out of market overt may be retaken wherever found, though no step has been or is intended to be taken to prosecute the thief. Capacity ...
-Famous Love Scenes In Pictures
Effie Deans From the celebrated fainting by Sir John E. Millais, P.r.a.
-2. True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 19. Sir Richard And Lady Burton
The cynic regards marriage merely as a lottery. The idea of predestination he waives scornfully aside. And, it may be, he is justified. But did not the former ...
-To Isabel
That brow which rose before my sight, As on the palmers' holy shrine; Those eyes - my life was in their light; Those lips - my sacramental wine; That voice ...
-To Isabel. Continued
These days of preparation were happy days for Isabel. As Hagar, the gipsy, had prophesied, she was moving now towards her polar star, and was looking neither ...
-David Copperfield And Dora
David Copperfield was the favourite work of Dickens, as of many thousands of Dickens lovers. He had a special tenderness for it because it was largely ...
-Women Writers Of Famous Hymns - Frances Ridley Havergal
Her Early Life - How she Received her Inspirations - A Hymn she Wrote when she was Quite a Young Girl - The Story of a World-famous Hymn Miss Havergal was a ...
-Women Writers Of Famous Hymns - Frances Ridley Havergal. Continued
Take my life and let it be Consecrated, Lord, to Thee; Take my moments and my days, Let them flow in ceaseless praise. Take my hands and let them move At the ...
-How To Succeed As An Actress
The Keen Competition in the Theatrical World - Touring in the Provinces is the Best Course of Training - The Difficulty of Overcoming Nervousness - A Story of ...
-How To Succeed As An Actress. Part 2
To a certain extent, even to an actor or actress who is generally accounted successful, the stage must be at all times rather a precarious profession, for ...
-How To Succeed As An Actress. Part 3
Students requiring still further technical information about block making and reproduction are sent over to the engraver, who works in connection with the ...
-September Work In The Garden
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society The Flower Garden and Shrubbery - Conservatory and Greenhouse - Stove-house - Vegetable Garden - Fruit Garden - Fruit ...
-September Work In The Garden. Part 2
Potatoes should be dug as soon as the haulm decays, allowing them to lie a few hours outside until they are dry. Any diseased haulm must be burnt at once. A ...
-September Work In The Garden. Part 3
Liquid manure plays a most important part in the work of a floral farm. In deed , liquid manure is essential to bring blossom to perfection, to hurry it when ...
-How To Handle A Canadian Canoe
An Ideal Craft for Those who do not Care for Hard Work on the River - Cost of Canadian Canoes - Carpets, Cushions, and Sails - How to Step into a Canoe - The ...
-How To Handle A Canadian Canoe. Part 2
To begin the stroke, the canoeist sits with back erect, bending slightly forward from the waist, in order to get as long a reach forward as possible before ...
-How To Handle A Canadian Canoe. Part 3
Few people have an adequate appreciation of the effect on their daily life of constant small burdens. For instance, a useful contrivance for keeping music tidy ...
-Ring-Doves As Pets
The Ring-dove as a Pet - A Suitable Cage or Aviary - How to Feed the Birds - The Importance of Cleanliness - Breeding Season - Ailments and their Remedies - ...
-The Smooth Fox Terrier
Breeder, Exhibitor, and judge A Most Popular Terrier - His Origin - Some Famous Strains and their Founders - Character of the Breed - Its Points Of all known ...
-2. Guinea-Pigs
Specialist Breeder and Judge of Poultry, Pigeons, and Cage Birds; Judge at the Grand International Show, Crystal Palace; Membre Societe des Aviculteurs ...
-Bedside Comforts
The Secret of the Comfortable Home - The Right Bedside Table - The Advantages of the Revolving Bookcase - Adjustable Tables - The Comfort of a Bed Rest - ...
-2. The Preservation Of Cut Flowers
How to Gather Garden Flowers - Wild Flowers - Cutting Flowers and Removing Leaves - How to Place them in Vases - How to Pack Flowers for a Journey - Reviving ...
-Old Foreign Pewter
The Excellence of Foreign Pewter - Regulations Governing its Manufacture - Centres of Production - Decoration of Pewter - Authorities on the Subject of Pewter ...
-Old Foreign Pewter. Continued
King's Procureur and in the Hall of the Pewterers' Guild. Similar regulations to those to which the Paris pewterers had to conform were in force in the ...
-The Romance Of Old China - The Elers' And Their Wares
Author of How to Identify Old China, and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain Two Dutch Brothers who Settled in Staffordshire - Ceremonious Tea-drinking of ...
-The Romance Of Old China - The Elers' And Their Wares. Continued
At the time when these brothers settled in this country tea-ware and coffee - pots were being imported from China at very considerable expense; and it was ...
-Embroidered Seats For Chippendale Chairs
The Seat-covering Should be in Keeping with the Chippendale Frame - Decorative Results from Working in Wools and Silks on Linen - Orchid and Mimosa Design - ...
-Beautiful Women In History. The Lovely Misses Caton
Richard Caton was a cotton merchant, an Englishman, and a gentleman. He settled down in Philadelphia in 1785, two years after the Declaration of Independence ...
-3. History Of The Curl
Continued from page 2273, Part 19 in the Days of Queen Victoria - Drooping Curls - The Age of the Chignon - The Frizzled Fringe - Natural Waves - Final ...
-4. Beauty Culture For Women
How Much is Beauty Dependent on Physical Exercise ? - Beauty is Harmony, and Physical Exercise in Excess Disturbs It - The Secret of Sarah Bernhardt's Youthful ...
-National Dances For Children. No. 3. Irish
The Irish Jig - Some Peculiarities - Music and Dancing in Ireland - Some Quaint Customs - A Few Characteristic Steps No doubt the lively jig dates back to time ...
-National Dances For Children. No. 3. Irish. Continued
Fig. 5. Rocking step. This shows the position of the next eight bars, to which the dancer turns slowly and raises her arms Fig. 6. Beckoning step. The dancer ...
-Fairy Stories
The Imagination of a Child - The Storyteller of Savage Races - The Oldest Story of All - Where our Fairy Stories Come From - The Earliest Fairy Stories - ...
-Fairy Stories. Continued
Many folk-lorists declare that this was not the parent story of Cinderella, but only a civilised branch of an ancient Nature myth in which Cinderella is the ...
-15. Girls' Christian Names
Medusa (Greek) - Ruler. Chief of the Gor-gons. There were three of these, who had serpents instead of hair on their heads. Medusa was the chief, and the only ...
-Shopkeeping For Women - Fur Stores
Risks of a Fur Business - Making up of Furs - Selection of Premises - Stock Required - Change of Fashions - Preservation of Furs Although a trade of immense ...
-Shopkeeping For Women - Fur Stores. Part 2
Editor of The Encyclopaedia of Poultry etc. Continued from page 2530, Part 21 Feeding Ailing Fowls by Hand - How to Disinfect After Illness - Roup and Kindred ...
-Shopkeeping For Women - Fur Stores. Part 3
Cholera In cases of diarrhoea, the voidings are frequent, and either dark and watery or yellowish or greenish in colour, according to the predisposing cause of ...
-5. The Early Days Of Business Life
By H. Langford Hoe The Importance of Accuracy and Thoroughness - Taking a Pride in One's Work is Worth While-large v. Small Firms as a Training Ground - The ...
-5. The Early Days Of Business Life. Continued
An Opening for Englishwomen in France - Through Whom to Apply for Appointments - Desirable Qualifications - Salary and Duties - Advantages of Speaking French - ...
-Ah Inexpensive Trousseau
Planning a Trousseau for an Expenditure of 25 - A white Wedding Gown versus Travelling Dress - What can be Saved by Making Things at Home - Buying ready-made ...
-Ah Inexpensive Trousseau. Continued
The cost of the wedding-gown itself is not included in the 25, as, if this amount represents the actual limit of expenditure, the coat and skirt, or afternoon ...
-5. Marriage Customs In Many Lands. A Parsi Marriage
By Madge (Mrs. Humphry) Consulting the Stars before Arranging a Marriage - A Gorgeous Ceremony at the Fire Temple-curious Ritual - Throwing of Rice - The ...
-Marriage In Awemba
Visiting the Offences of the Children upon the Parents - The Testing of the Bride - The Marriage Ritual - The Cost of Plurality of Wives The etiquette of ...
-Wives of Famous Man. Mrs. Gladstone
By H. Pearl Adam The Double Wedding in Hawarden Church - Life in England when Queen Victoria Came to the Throne - A Daughter of Her Age - Devotion to Gladstone ...
-After The Holidays
Resuming Work After a Holiday - The Right Mental Attitude - Continue the Open-air Life and Take Exercise as Much as Possible - Sleeping in Pure Air - The ...
-8. Home Nursing. 2. Nursing Accident Cases
Continued front page 2659, Part 22 The Treatment of Burns - Three Classes of Burns - How to Prevent Contraction During Healing - Nursing of Fractures - ...
-Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. School Days
Points to Remember to Keep the School Child in Health - Physical Deformities and their Early Treatment - Avoid the Carrying of Heavy Bags - Wrongly Constructed ...
-7. The Baby's Outing
Advantages of the Modern Baby-carriage - Need of Occasional Exercise - Objections to a Wheelchair or Go-cart for a Very Young Child -Length of Baby's Outing ...
-Common Ailments Amd Their Treatment
Neuralgia is a painful affection of nerves, the pain being distinguished by the fact that it is sharp or knife-like in character, and occurs in regular twinges.
-4. Women In Great Social Positions. The British Ambassadress In St. Petersburg
A Position of Interest and Importance - A Daring Comparison - The Window upon Europe - Winter in St. Petersburg - The Reception of a new Ambassador - Social ...
-The British Ambassadress In St. Petersburg. Part 2
Lady Buchanan, the brilliant wife of Britain's representative in Russia, The position of Ambassadress in St. Petersburg is no sinecure, and woman's tact is ...
-The British Ambassadress In St. Petersburg. Part 3
The girl abroad on her travels exhibits this complacency in a variety of ways, and usually is entirely unconscious of doing so. Brought up at home in England ...
-The British Ambassadress In St. Petersburg. Part 4
Nowadays, girls are invited out without theii parents, a thing that was unheard of fifteen or twenty years ago. Consequently, each girl has her own social ...
-Practical Millinery. A River Hat
The Popular River Hat - The Merits of Broderie Anglaise and Batiste - Choice of Wire Frame - How to Bind and Cover It - Fixing the Crown - The Finished Hat For ...
-A Bead-Embroidered Scarf. See Coloured Frontispiece
A Scarf of Shimmering Scales - The Wealth of Material Available - An Exquisite Grey Satin Scarf Embroidered in Silks and Beads - The Lining to Choose - How to ...
-A Bead-Embroidered Scarf. See Coloured Frontispiece. Continued
A beautiful scarf is one made of turquoise blue satin embroidered entirely in blue beads, gold beads and various green beads for the leaves. A design of ...
-2795 Dre83
. Having chosen her wardrobe, she proceeds to learn how to put it on, and in this matter pays great attention to detail. Her skirt is set straight and fastened ...
-Practical Lessons In Dressmaking. Twenty-Third Lesson. The Remodelling Of Clothes. Continued
Examiner in Dressmaking, Tailoring, French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery, of the Teachers in Training at the University College of South ...
-2. Practical Lessons In Tailoring For Home Workers And Others. Twenty-Third Lesson. The Remodelling And Renovation Of Clothes. Continued
Remodelling a Coat and Skirt (continued) - Making a Smart Coatee from an Old-fashioned Coat - A Design for Edge Braiding Before any cutting out of the material ...
-Making A Smart Coatee From An Old-Fashioned Coat
An old-fashioned coat, such as the one shown in the picture, can easily be altered by the home worker, and brought up to date as a little coatee, like the one ...
-Floral Crochet For Trimmings
How Jasmine and Buttercup Trimmings in Crochet may be Used on Gowns The utility of floral crochet as a dress garniture and trimming is one of the most ...
-2. A Pretty "Bird" Design In Crochet
' Continued from page 2685, Part 22 The Method Of Working The Triangle For a triangle to match the lace given on page 2682 the following directions must be ...
-Bead-Embroidered Velvet Ribbon
A Pretty Idea for a Wristband - Combination of Beads and . Coral on White Velvet - Bands for the Throat - Bandeaux for the Hair Dead embroidery on velvet ...
-The Painted Chiffon Scarf
A dainty Addition to the Wardrobe - For Evening Wear - Choice of Floral Designs - Cost of the Scarves There is always something fascinating to the feminine ...
-How To Lard
Larding Adds to the Flavour and Nutritive Values of Meat - The Larding Needle, and How to Use it - Lardoons - How to Lard a Veal Cutlet - Barding Larding is by ...
-Broiled Grouse
Required : A brace of grouse. One tablespoonful of salad oil. Salt and pepper. Buttered toast. Rolls of toasted bacon. Singe, draw, and wipe the birds; split ...
-Braised Hare
Required : A hare. Thin slices of fat bacon. One and a half ounces of calf's liver. Three ounces of breadcrumbs. One small onion. Two teaspoonfuls each of ...
-Mousse Of Grouse
Required : Three-quarters of a pound of grouse meat. One and a half ounces of raw bacon. One ounce of raw ham. Two raw yolks of eggs. Half a gill of cream.
-Chartreuse Of Hare
Required : One cooked hare. One and a quarter gills of brown sauce. Three eggs. One ounce of butter. Two ounces of flour. Salt, pepper, and nutmeg. One gill of ...
-Rabbit In Spanish Style
Required: Two rabbits. Four medium-sized Spanish onions. Slices of fat bacon. Pepper and .salt. Cut up the rabbits into small joints, and slice the Spanish ...
-Fried Grouse
Required : A young grouse. Four ounces of butter or good dripping. Breadcrumbs. Prepare the grouse as for roasting. Cut it in half lengthways, cut off the feet, ...
-Rissoles Of Game
Required : Half a pound of any cold game. A quarter of a pound of cooked ham or bacon. One truffle. Six mushrooms. Five or six tablespoonfuls of sauce or thick ...
-Spatchcock Of Grouse
Required: One grouse. One ounce of butter. One teaspoonful of chopped shallot. One teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Salad oil. Salt and black pepper. Piquant or ...
-Potted Game
Required: Remains of any cold game. Half its weight in chopped fat ham. Powdered clove, mace, cayenne, and salt to taste A dust of castor sugar. Two ounces of ...
-Fish Recpes
Darioles of Fish - Salmon Patties - Fried Whitebait - Lobster Cream - Lobster a l'ostende - Baked Cod Steak
-Darioles Of Fish
Required: One pound of fresh haddock or whiting. Quarter of a pound of suet. Two ounces of white crumbs. Quarter of a pint of fish stock or milk. Two eggs. Two ...
-Salmon Patties
Required : One pound of puff pastry. Half a pound of cooked salmon. One ounce of flour. One and a half ounces of butter. One and a half gills of milk. One gill ...
-Fried Whitebait
Required : One pint of whitebait. Three ounces of flour. Salt and pepper. One lemon. (Sufficient for three to four.) Before, beginning to prepare the fish, put ...
-Lobster Cream
Required: One lobster. One cooked whiting. Quarter of a pint of Bechamel or white sauce. Quarter of a pint of cream. Quarter of a pint of mayonnaise sauce.
-Lobster A L'Ostende
Required: One lobster. One dozen prawns. Three tablespoonfuls of boiled rice. One ounce of butter. Half an ounce of flour. Half a pint of fish stock or milk.
-Baked Cod Steak
Required : A slice of cod. Two tablespoonfuls of breadcrumbs. One dessertspoonful of chopped parsley. One teaspoonful of chopped herbs. Two ounces of suet.
-Omelette Aux Fines Herbes
Required: Three eggs. One ounce of butter. Half a level teaspoonful of salt. A quarter of a level teaspoonful of pepper. Two teaspoonfuls of chopped parsley.
-Cheese Omelet
Required: Three eggs. A quarter of a level teaspoonful of salt. A good dust of pepper. Two ounces of grated cheese. One ounce of butter. Break the eggs into a ...
-Cheese Omelet With Cauliflower
Required : A small cauliflower.-three eggs. Salt and pepper. Half a pint of white sauce. One ounce of butter. Two ounces of grated cheese. Wash, prepare, and ...
-Fish Omelet
Required : Two whole eggs. Two extra yolks. Three small teaspoonfuls of cornflour. One tablespoonful of any cooked fish. One tablespoonful of milk. Half a ...
-Omelette Soufflee
Required: Four eggs. Two extra whites. Three ounces of castor sugar. Half a teaspoonful of vanilla. Half an ounce of flour. Half an ounce of butter. Put the ...
-Ham Omelet
Required : Three eggs. A quarter of a teaspoonful of salt. A good dust of pepper. Enough cooked lean ham to make two table-spoonfuls. One ounce of butter. Beat ...
-Oyster Omelet
Required: Three eggs. Six oysters. Salt and pepper. One ounce of butter. Break the eggs very carefully, putting the yolks into one basin and the whites into ...
-Potato Omelet
Required : One large potato. Three eggs. A few drops of lemon-juice. Salt and pepper. One and a half ounces of butter. Remove all the inside from a large ...
-Sardine Omelet
Required : Tour eggs. One ounce of butter. One tablespoonful of milk. Four sardines. One teaspoonful of anchovy essence. A dust of pepper. Skin and bone the ...
-A Spanish Omelet
Required: Four eggs. One shallot. Four olives. Two tablespoonfuls of sherry. One ounce of butter. Salt and pepper. One clove of garlic, if liked. Finely chop ...
-Welsh Omelet
Required: Six eggs. One tablespoonful of grated cheese. One tablespoonful of milk. One and a half ounces of butter. Three small leeks. Salt and pepper. Wash ...
-Sweet Omelet, No. 1
Required: Three eggs. One tablespoonful of castor sugar. A few drops of any flavouring. A little jam. Half an ounce of butter. Break the eggs carefully, ...
-Sweet Omelet, No. 2
Required: Three eggs. A tablespoonful of castor sugar. A few drops of vanilla. Half an ounce of butter. One tablespoonful of cream. A little raspberry jam.
-Apple Omelet
Required : Half a pound of apples. Two large tablespoonfuls of castor sugar. A dust of powdered cinnamon. Two teaspoonfuls of lemon-juice. Three eggs. Peel, ...
-Stuffed Vegetable Marrow
Required: About a breakfastcupful of any kind of cold cooked meat or poultry. One teaspoonful of chopped onion. One teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Salt and ...
-Roast Grouse Or Partridge
Required : The grouse or partridge. A little butter or dripping. Truss the bird in the usual way, then brush it well all over with melted butter or good ...
-Cod Steaks
Required: Two or more steaks of cod about three-quarters of an inch thick. One teaspoonful of chopped parsley. One tablespoonful of oiled butter. Salt and ...
-Eggs In White Sauce
Required : Four hard-boiled eggs. Salt and pepper. Three or four tablespoonfuls of white sauce. Boil the eggs for twenty minutes, shell them, and cut each in ...
-Halibut A La Conant
Required : About two pounds of halibut. Six thin slices of fat bacon. A few slices of Spanish onion. One ounce of butter. Half an ounce of flour. Half a lemon.
-Cannelon Of Veal
Required : Three-quarters of a pound of cold veal. Quarter of a pound of cooked ham or bacon. A little grated lemon-rind. A teaspoonful of chopped parsley.
-Pommes Chateau
Required : About a pound of potatoes. About two ounces of butter. A little chopped parsley. (Sufficient for three or four.) Peel the potatoes, put them in a ...
-H.R.H. Princess Christian
It is doubtful if any woman, Royal or otherwise, has devoted more time to charitable works than the Princess Christian of Schleswig-holstein. In her early days ...
-Madame Kirkby Lunn
Since Pauline Viardot sang at Drury Lane, in the year 1858, only one great lyric artist has appeared at the Opera - with the true instinct of an artiste she ...
-Mrs. Desmond Humphreys ("Rita")
Courageous frankness is the keynote of the character of Mrs. Desmond Humphreys, who, under the nom de guerre of Rita is so well known in the literary world of ...
-Lady Helen Vincent
It is generally acknowledged that Lady Helen Vincent is one of the loveliest women in England. In feature, complexion, figure, and carriage she approaches so ...
-Miss Gladys Unger
Among women dramatists of to-day, Miss Gladys Unger must be given a leading place. Although she has not reached the thirties, Miss Unger has several successful ...
-Miss Mabel Hackney (Mrs. Laurence Irving)
The wife of the younger son of the late Sir Henry Irving is an actress with an extremely wide knowledge of the dramatic art. It is now some sixteen years ago ...
-Miss Helen Marion Burnside
It was really a terrible affliction which led this gifted lady to become a poetess. During my girlhood days, she once said to the writer, my greatest desire ...
-Queens. No. 13. Tbe Queen of the Belgians
By Sarah A. Tooley A Queen of Hearts - Her Upbringing - A Kingly Physician - A Royal Romance - The Difficult Position of the Prince and Princess - The Queen's ...
-Queens. No. 13. Tbe Queen of the Belgians. Continued
The Queen's Flower Since the accession of her husband to the throne of Belgium, in 1910, the young Queen has suffered much from delicate health, and was for a ...
-The Mothers Of Great Men
Mrs. Tennyson, The Poet's Mother By Louise Lederer The Mother of a Great Man also Must be Great - The Home of Tennyson's Childhood - The Poet's Love and ...
-Auctions
When and Where an Auction can be Held - Conditions of Sale - The Sale of Unredeemed Pledges - Mock Bidding A sale by auction shall not be held on a Sunday, or ...
-Auctions. Continued
Domestic Needs When husband and wife are living together there is a presumption that the wife has her husband's authority to enter into a contract in all ...
-2. Famous Love Scenes In Pictures
The Bride Of Lammermoor from the painting by Sir John E. Millais, Bart., P.r.a.
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 20. Wolfgang Mozart
Great musicians, almost without excep-tion, are splendid lovers. Schumann's love story has been told already in this series. It was a delightful romance. But ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 20. Wolfgang Mozart. Part 2
The answer came only too soon, for, a few days later, Wolfgang wrote announcing his intention of taking Aloysia Weber to Italy, in order that she might have an ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 20. Wolfgang Mozart. Part 3
My own dearest father, he wrote, ... how gladfy long ago would I have opened my heart to you! But 1 was deterred by the reproaches I dreaded from even thinking ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 20. Wolfgang Mozart. Part 4
Constanze was prostrate with grief; so ill was she that she could not even follow her husband's body to its pauper's grave. But she mourned him truly. And in ...
-4. The Language Of Flowers
Dagger-flower - A message. Another name for the iris. Dahlia - Instability. Derives its name from Andrew Dahl, the famous Swedish botanist. Dahlia (double) - ...
-Women Writers Of Famous Hymns - Mrs. Alexander
The Story of There is a Green Hill Far Away - A Child Critic - Mrs. Alexander's Love of Children - Once in Royal David's City - Lord Tennyson's Appreciation ...
-Women Writers Of Famous Hymns - Mrs. Alexander. Continued
She died at the Palace of Londonderry in 1895. Her husband is still alive (1911), and has only just resigned the Primacy. Her hymns are so numerous that an ...
-University College Reading
The Fine Arts Department, its Scope and Curriculum - The Opportunities Afforded - The Course of Study - Fees, Scholarships, and Prizes The Fine Arts Department ...
-University College Reading. Continued
In stained-glass work the practical side is insisted upon. The students cut their own glass, and lead and solder it themselves. All branches of artistic metal- ...
-The Art Of Elocution. No 1. Introduction
Professor of Elocution at the Kensington School of Music Qualities the Reciter Must Possess - The Beautiful English Language - How it is Misused - Accent- ...
-4. Flower Culture For Profit
Continuted from page 2727, Part 22 . By A. C. Marshall, F.rh.s, Author of Small Holdings for Women, The Farmers' Friend etc. For and Against Specialising - ...
-4. Flower Culture For Profit. Continued
Directly a plot of ground has been bedded out with pot subjects, all the pots should be collected carefully together and stacked in an out-of-the-way corner, ...
-Came Furniture For The Garden
Cane Furniture Made in England - Advantages over Wicker - Natural-coloured Cane - A Dutch Beach Chair - Weaving Secret - A Strong Tea-table The manufacture of ...
-Picnics And Picnicking
How to Organise a Successful Picnic - Picnic Fare - Cardboard Plates and Dishes - Boiling a Kettle Gipsy Fashion - Moonlight Picnics - Subscription Picnics - ...
-Picnics And Picnicking. Continued
For a tea picnic on dry land in a wide clearing in a wood, for instance, nothing is more delightful than to build a fire and boil a kettle slung over it in ...
-The Wire-Haired Fox Terrier
Breeder, Exhibitor, and Fudge A Popular Variety - Caesar and his History - The Wire Coat and how to Breed It - Faking v. Legitimate Preparation for Show - How ...
-Butterflies As Pets
Spedalist Breeder and Judge of Poultry, Pigeons, and Cage Birds; Judge at the Grand International Show, Crystal Palace ; Membre Socicte des Aviculteurs ...
-The Modern Settee
When the Modern Antique Excels - The Upholsterer and the Chesterfield - For State Apartmentsdivans and Bedroom Sofas The modern settee is a reproduction of old ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Staffordshire Salt-Glaze Ware
Author of How to Identify Old China and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain Introduction of Salt'glaze into England - Amusing Story as to its Discovery - ...
-Economy In Lighting The House
Modern Improvements in Oil Lamps - The Principle of the Bunsen Burner - A Comparative Table of Costs under Different Systems of Lighting - Gas Lighting - How ...
-Economy In Lighting The House. Part 2
The Bunsen burner, to which reference has been made already, burns with a non-luminous flame, often called a blue flame, and, burning the gas more completely, ...
-Economy In Lighting The House. Part 3
A Variety of Styles - An Inexpensive Stand - A Pedestal of Satinwood - Pillars of Onyx and Ormolu - Jardinieres of Decorated and Inlaid Mahogany - Old Brass ...
-Loose Covers For Furnitue
How to Freshen up an old Chair - The Use of Berzoline - Fitting the Chintz for a Loose Coverchoice of Design - Fastenings and Tapes - The added Flounce When a ...
-2. Embroidered Seats For, Chippendale Chairs
A Design of Leaves - Silk Sheeting or Roman Satin Seat-covering - Covers of Silk Brocade A mixture of linen or cotton may also be effectively embroidered - ...
-Beautiful Women In History. Lady Eastlake
There are some women who live in the memory in an intangible but persistent manner. We cannot say, She did so-and-so or She said such-and-such ; and yet ...
-Beautiful Women In History. Lady Eastlake. Continued
Here are a few of the vivid extracts from her diary : I am afraid we are getting into the whirlpool, though I struggle hard to keep clear of it, or at least to ...
-The Three Ages Of Beauty
Continued front page 2754, Pari 23 The Possibilities of Each Age Need Culture - The Right Training of Children Produces Good Expression - The Main Ingredient ...
-The Three Ages Of Beauty. Continued
But, just as a man who has carelessly allowed a fortune to slip through his fingers cannot reasonably hope to acquire another at middle age, neither can a ...
-Children. Morris Dances And Singing Games
Revival of Old English Dances and Singing Games - Steps that Give Health and Vigour to the Dancers - Dances as a Valuable Asset at Bazaars, Charities, etc. - ...
-Children. Morris Dances And Singing Games. Part 2
St. Leger round, known in olden days as Sellenger, or Sillinger's round, one of the oldest and prettiest of true Morris dances It is not possible in the space ...
-Children. Morris Dances And Singing Games. Part 3
As a general rule, delicate and tender colours should be chosen for the girls' dresses, and these should be allotted with a due regard for the tableaux into ...
-Children. Morris Dances And Singing Games. Part 4
In the second bar of B music, No. 2 with top end taps the butt of No. 1 at beats 3 and 4 in the following manner : In the third bar of B music No. 1 taps No. 2 ...
-Children. Morris Dances And Singing Games. Part 5
A third energetic writer attempted to prove that these songs were all of Jewish origin, having originated very shortly after the birth of Christ. Fortunately, ...
-16. Girls' Christian Names
Minerva (Latin)- Wisdom. Akin to the Sanscrit root man, the Greek menos, and the Latin men, whence mens, a mind. Hence Minerva literally means one having a ...
-Shopkeeping For Women. The Grocery Trade
Author of Every Way of Earning a Living Our Sons and Daughters etc. How to Begin - Stocking the Shop - Profits of the Trade - Keeping the Stock - Cash or ...
-Shopkeeping For Women. The Grocery Trade. Continued
In a district where there is much competition this is difficult, but it is no common experience to find that purchasers of groceries will in the end support ...
-6. Poultry Farming For Women
Continued front page 2765, Part 23 Docks as a Side Issue - The Early Duckling Pays - The Kind of Ducks for Profit - An Improvised Pond - Housing, etc. A branch ...
-Fashion Writing As A Profession for women
The Training Required - Knowledge of Illustrating - Qualification for the Classes of Fashion Writers - Incomes to be Earned Since the days when Lamesangere ( ...
-The Business Girl As Wife
Business Life not Destructive of Femininity - The Home-maker and Keeper - Women who do not Marry - Knowledge of Men - The Understanding Wife - The Help a ...
-Marriage In Russia
The proposal of a measure for the virtual equalisation of the sexes in Russia sheds a lurid light upon the existent state of things there. The Minister of ...
-The Invalid Wife
Facing Great Trials Bravely - The Unselfish Invalid and her Children - How Long Days Leisure may be Spent - How a Book Changed the Whole Course of a Woman's ...
-The Invalid Wife. Continued
Choice of a Woman of Forty - Successful Marriages During the last thirty years the age at which Englishwomen marry has been considerably advanced. It is not at ...
-The Health Of The Business Woman
Health as an Asset to the Working Woman - The Strain of Continued Work on Women - Neglect of Health - Chief Ailments - Diet - Regular Meals in Place of Snacks ...
-9. Home Nursing. A Rest Cure
How to Arrange a Rest Cure at Home - Choice of Room and Furniture - The Importance of a Cheerful Nurse - Limitation of Visitors - Diet - Effect of Massage The ...
-A Bandaging Lesson
The Figure of Eight Bandage - When and How to Apply It - Bandaging for Varicose Veins The nurse has by this time learnt to apply the simple spiral bandage ...
-4. Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. Accidents In The Nursery
Every'day Accidents - Bruises - Sudden Swelling of a Bruise - Discoloration - Black Eye - A lammed Finger - Sprains and Strains - Cuts - Burns Where there are ...
-8. The Way Of The "Comforter"
The Comforter which Acts as a Drug - The Temptation for its Use to Quiet a Crying Infant-danger of Microbes - Injury to the Palate - Predisposes to Adenoids In ...
-Common Ailments And Teeir Treatment
Neurasthenia (continued). - It is most important to attend to any digestive disturbance, since dyspepsia, if neglected, will produce neurasthenia. The earlier ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. Britain's Most Versatile Peeress, The Duchess Of Sutherland
A Splendid Philanthropic Scheme - An Impossible Member of Society - The Anti-pin-myrags-together Society - Pathetic Stories - The Scottish Home Industries - ...
-I ?7
I am becoming an impossible member of society. To which one can reply that society would be all the better for a few more such impossible members. We should ...
-I ?7. Continued
The Temperance Movement It may be remembered, too, that she opened a shop, near Bond Street, for the purpose of selling these manufactures. The writer has ...
-The Girl In Public
Courtesy and Consideration in the Street - Thoughtfulness at Public Entertainments - Pushing Through Crowds - Politeness to Elderly People - The Rule of the ...
-The Care Of Clothes
Importance of Taking Care of Clothes - How to Fold and Hang Skirts and Bodices - Hats and How to Treat Them - Tissue Paper a Cleanser - How to Wash Lingerie ...
-The Care Of Clothes. Part 2
Fig. 6. Fold each sleeve upwards and quite flat against the sides The box in which the hat is laid should be simply packed with loosely crumpled sheets of ...
-The Care Of Clothes. Part 3
A tunic trimmed with strips of embroidery. The design, worked in the natural colours of the honeysuckle, would look well on white linen or pale champagne- ...
-Practical Lessons In Dressmaking. Twenty-Fourth Lesson. The Remodelling Of Clothes. Continued
Examiner in Dressmaking, Tailoring, French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery, of the Teachers in Training at the University College of South ...
-Practical Lessons In Tailoring. Twenty-fourth Lesson. A Sports Costume With Norfolk Coat
Quantity of Material Required - How to Make and Attach the Folds - Patch Pockets - Waist-belt-norfolk Coat with Yoke One of the most suitable coats for a ...
-2. Gloves
How to Buy Gloves - How to Put Them On - The Mending and Cleaning of Gloves One of the most expensive, as well as most important, items in dress is that of ...
-Pattern Darning In Embroidery
Irregular and Pattern Darning - Reproduction of a William Morris Design - Origin of Pattern Darning - Some Examples and How to Work Them Every woman knows, or ...
-Bayeux Tapestry
Its History and Origin - How it Came to England - Its Adaptation to Modern Requirementsmaterials for Embroidering the Design Custom has decreed that this ...
-Bayeux Tapestry. Part 2
The tapestry makes a most suitable and harmonious decoration for a billiard-room. A frieze, if possible, should be carried round immediately below the ceiling, ...
-Bayeux Tapestry. Part 3
The Colour Scheme The first figure now claims attention. His body, etc., is copper-coloured, and his skirt has a yellow waistband. His shirt is black and pale ...
-A Safety Crochet Purse
A safety crochet purse is always popular, and when worn slung on a cord round the neck is extremely useful for carrying small change or a railway ticket. To ...
-The Meedlewoman's Guide - Materials That Are Required For Different Kinds Of Work
Implements Required by the Dressmaker - Outfit Necessary for Lingerie and Baby-linen - For Mending - Knitting and Crochet - Some Useful Hints
-Dressmaking
Scissors Six-inch blade for cutting out, about 3s. 6d. Small embroidery for unpicking, from 1s. Round-pointed drapers', for general use, from Is. Needles And ...
-Lingerie And Baby Clothes
Implements Thimble, silver, celluloid, or enamel-lined white metal Scissors Cutting-out, 7 or 9 inches long, 2s. Buttonhole, about Is. 3d. Embroidery, from Is.
-Mending
Stockings, black Shetland - 1 ounce, 3 1/2d. or 4 1/2d. Vests and combinations, 1 ounce white Shetland, 3 1/2d. or 4 1/2d. Grey vests and combinations, 2-ply ...
-Knitting And Crochet
Wool Wool Quan-tity Price Needle or crochet hook Men's and boys' socks, Paton's 4-ply Scotch fin-gering, Rose quality 4 oz. 1/- 14 or 15 Better quality, soft ...
-General Hints
Dressmaking 1. Always use the best cotton only. 2. For the edge of a cloth skirt line the hem with tailors' canvas. 3. For the edge of a satin skirt face the ...
-The ABC Of Cake Making
Principles and Rules - Errors that are C ommonly Made - Temperatures of the Oven - Useful Hints Four Methods Good home-made cakes are always popular, and, ...
-Rice Buns
Required : Quarter of a pound of castor sugar. Quarter of a pound of butter. Quarter of a pound of flour. - Half a pound of ground rice. One teaspoonful of ...
-Gingerbread Cake
Required: Three-quarters of a pound of flour. Quarter of a pound of butter. Quarter of a pound of moist sugar. Half a pound of golden syrup. Two ounces of ...
-Sponge Cake
Required : Quarter of a pound of loaf sugar. Half a gill of water. Four eggs. Quarter of a pound of Vienna flour. A little grated lemon-rind. For coating the ...
-Rock Cakes
Required : Half a pound of flour. One teaspoonful of baking-powder. Four ounces of dripping or butter. Four ounces of currants. Four ounces of Demerara sugar.
-German Biscuits
Required : Four ounces of flour. Two ounces of butter. One ounce of castor sugar. Red-currant jelly. Icing. Glace cherries. Sieve the flour, rub in the butter ...
-Dough Cake
Required : Two pounds of flour. Half a pound of moist sugar. Half a pound of currants. Half a pound of sultanas. Quarter of a pound of butter or good dripping.
-Madeleine Cakes
Required : Two ounces of butter. Two ounces of castor sugar. Two ounces of flour. Two eggs. Vanilla or other flavouring. Well butter some madeleine moulds. Put ...
-Cassolettes Of Game
Required : For the pastry : Quarter of a pound of flour. One and a half ounces of butter. Half an egg. A little water. One teaspoonful of lemon-juice. A pinch ...
-Timbale Of Game
Required : Half a pound of any cooked game. Two tablespoonfuls of fresh white crumbs. One egg and one extra yolk. Two teaspoonfuls of chopped parsley. Two ...
-Salmi Of Hare
Required: One hare. A bunch of parsley and herbs. Timbale of Game. An excellent method of utilising any cooked game A bay-leaf. Two small onions or shallots.
-2. Chaudfroid Of Quails
Required : Four small quails. Half a pint of brown stock. One wineglassfui of sherry. A small bunch of thyme and parsley. A bay-leaf. Aspic jelly. Half a small ...
-How To Open And Serve Oysters
However skilled the housewife may be in the culinary art, there is one small item that often proves a stumbling block, and that is the proper method of opening ...
-Mrs. John Hays Hammond
An exceedingly beautiful woman, Mrs. Hays Hammond, as becomes the wife of one of the richest men in the world - at one time Mr. Hays Hammond was earning 100, ...
-Miss Olive Macleod
The daughter of Sir Reginald Mac-leod - who has filled many important Government posts - Miss Macleod will go down to posterity as one of the most intrepid of ...
-Miss Stella Patrick Campbell
Miss Stella Patrick Campbell Ellis &Walery
-Princess Fushimi
It is now thirty-five years ago since Prince Fushimi, who, on account of his gallant exploits during the Russo-japanese war, earned for himself the title of ...
-Mrs. Annie Besant
The famous authoress and lecturer on religious, philosophical, and scientific subjects was born on October 1, 1847, and twenty years later married the Rev.
-Lady Ward
One of the most popular women in New Zealand is Lady Ward, who, together with her daughter, accompanied her husband, Sir Joseph Ward, the Premier of New ...
-Mrs. Katharine Macquoid
On January 26, 1910, Mrs. Katharine Mac-quoid celebrated her eighty-sixth birthday by commencing a new novel. She is probably the oldest working authoress of ...
-No. 14. The Queen of Denmark
By Sarah A. Tooley Her Early Life - A tall, fair young Bride of Eighteen - The Queen's Hobbies - An Ideally Happy Life- The Queen's Courts - Society in Denmark ...
-No. 14. The Queen of Denmark. Continued
She reigns over a Court which is simple and dignified. Her Majesty's entourage consists of a chief Court lady (Hof Darner) and two ladies-in-waiting. The ...
-Societies Which Help Women And Children
The Colonial Intelligence League (For Educated Women) President : H.r.h. Princess Christian of Schleswig-holsteim Chairman : The Hon. Mrs. Grosvenor. Vice- ...
-Contracts And Agreements
Champerty and Its Meaning - Maintenance - Agreements that are by their Nature Void or Illegal - Perverting the Course of Justice - Rigging the Market explained ...
-Law Relating to Animals
The Law as it Concerns Bees - Injuries to Trespassers - Injury or Trespass by Domestic Animals - Reclaimed Wild Animals - Trespass from the Highway - Trespass ...
-3. Famous Love Scenes In Pictures
The Huguenot From the painting by Sir John E. Millais, Bart., P.r.a., in the Tate Gallery
-No. 21. The Hawthornes
Nothing like our story was ever written or ever will be, but if it could be told, it would be such as the angels might take delight to hear. So wrote Nathaniel ...
-No. 21. The Hawthornes. Part 2
Elizabeth Peabody, seeing the two together, experienced a little uneasiness. It was already obvious that Hawthorne had fallen under the wonderful influence of ...
-No. 21. The Hawthornes. Part 3
At last-the Wedding On July 9, 1842, they were married quietly at Dr. Peabody's house, and on the bride's cheek rested the bloom of health, in her eyes shone a ...
-Falling out of love
Faber and the Man or Woman in Love - Friendship and Love - The Love that Gives All - The Love that Dies - A Woman's Pride that Helps Her - The Influence of ...
-2. The Church Missionary Society
Missionary Work Among the African Women and Children - A Christian Hottentot and a Kaffir Chief Tell what the Bible Taught Them - In Pigmy Land - The State of ...
-Special Hints For Concert - Platform Artistes
Qualifications Essential to Success - The Common Fault of Overtaxing the Voice - The Slow but Sure Method-Importance of Clear Enunciation - How to Practise ...
-Special Hints For Concert - Platform Artistes. Continued
Although, as far as singing is concerned, imitation is most assuredly not the sincerest form of flattery, I am, none the less, convinced that, in the early ...
-The Art Of Elocution. No. 2. Correct Pronunciation
Professor of Elocution at the Kensington School of Music Mutilation of the English Language - The Trilled - The Combination of th There is always a tendency to ...
-2. The First Violin Lesson
The Importance of Using the Left Hand Correctly - Right Use of the Bow Arm and Hand -Building Up a Good Style - The Second Position - Choice of Music - The ...
-Making A Scented Garden
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society Scented Flowers in Old and Modern Times - Flower-beds Near the House - The Scented Garden Proper - Lily and Rose Gardens - ...
-Making A Scented Garden. Part 2
Copyright, H. Colt This can be sunk slightly, and approached by steps cut out in the grass, or made of shallow stone. Parallel with these can be made up the ...
-Making A Scented Garden. Part 3
The principal use of a frame is to bring on seedlings quickly, and to protect tender plants from the exigencies of our winter. For example.the professional ...
-Shooting for Women
Shooting For Women he Choice of a Gun - Etiquette of Shooting - Shooting Schools - Safe Methods of Carrying a Gun - Choice of Shot - Charging Guns- Suitable ...
-Shooting for Women. Part 2
The woman who is up to its weight, and wants a thoroughly useful, all-round weapon, will probably choose a 12-bore gun, weighing about 6 3/4 lb., with 30-inch ...
-Shooting for Women. Part 3
Shooting Kit The best kit for shooting consists of a light tweed coat and skirt - waterproof, it possible, and chosen in a shade which will render its wearer ...
-The Irish Terrier
Breeder, Exhibitor, and Judge; Chairman of the Irish Terrier Association The Dare-Devil - A National Breed - Its Characteristics and Qualities - Some Famous ...
-3. Fancy Pigeons As Pets
Specialist Breeder ana'. Judge of Poultry Pigeon, and Cage Birds; Judge at the Grand International Show, Crystal Palace: Membre Societe'des Aviculteurs ...
-Jacobins
The Good Points of Jacobins - The Most Popular Varieties - How to Breed Jacobins - Colour - The Eyes - How to Improve the Strain The Jacobin pigeon has been ...
-Embroideiring From Nature
Needle Pictures - Wealth of Designs in Field and Hedgerow - The Colours of Nature's Palette - The Single Blossoms - Garlands and Wreaths - Iris and Apple ...
-Gold And Silver Crochet
The Possibilities of a Metal Thread - Combination of Gold with Copper - A Dainty Lace in Silver Thread - Suggestions for Trimming a Blouse - A Medallion in ...
-The Beauty Of Bead Embroidery
Bead embroidered Chamois Leather Slippers - Bead Collar - Bead - embroidered Muffs - The Clematis Design - Black Satin Muff with Blue Lining - Delightful Fancy ...
-Dressing Gowns And Jackets
The Simple Making Up of Dressing Gowns and Jackets - A Winter Gown - How to Scallop the Edges of Collar and Sleeves - An Easily made Dressing-jacket - A Silk ...
-Dressing Gowns And Jackets. Part 2
The collar should be cut in the following manner : Fold the handkerchief corner-wise, so that it forms a triangle, then fold again, which will form a smaller ...
-Dressing Gowns And Jackets. Part 3
First, the sleeves may be too big, too long, or too short to suit the exigencies of Madame la Mode's latest.decree. Secondly, the skirt may be too full or too ...
-A Practical Lesson In Millinery. The Useful Toque
Materials Required - Preparing the Shape-measurements - Draping with Lace and Net - The Finished Toque Englishwomen are becoming more Continental and ...
-A Picture Lesson In Toque Making
Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6 Stage 7 Stage 8 Cut off superfluous fulness, and neaten as in stage 2. Sew the lace on to the top brim, about ...
-A Picture Lesson In Toque Making. Continued
Haddon Hall has not so much a pedigree as a Jacob's ladder of history stretching from the present day into the mists of antiquity. The first authentic trace we ...
-The Story Of The Fatc1
Atches were at first cut from black taffeta and gummed on - it was in this and similar materials that they reached their highest development. Later, in ...
-The Story Of The Fatc1. Part 2
In one drawing a plump and high-born amateur Thespian is held up to ridicule in the act of placing patches upon her face. This form of comment was admired in ...
-The Story Of The Fatc1. Part 3
Gloves Gloves in connection with cooking operations are not looked on as possible. The making of pastry or cakes in them, for instance, would be quite an ...
-Hall Fuirniture
The Welcoming Hearth - Exclusion of Draughts in the Sitting-room Hall - The Keeping of Outdoor Garments - Practical Hall Furniture - How to Arrange the Small ...
-Hall Fuirniture. Part 2
If in the country, a local time-table should be placed in an accessible position, and many people also place the times of incoming and outgoing posts on a card ...
-Hall Fuirniture. Part 3
The other form is that known as convexed heat - heat conveyed to our bodies by the surrounding air, which has received it previously from some heated surface, ...
-How To Fold Table Napkins. The Fan Pattern
I.Lay the table napkin flat on the table, right side up. 2. Fold down the two top corners to the half of table napkin (Sketch a). 3. Fold back the two top ...
-Home-Made Shades For Electric Light
Some Simple Shades and How to Make Them - The Best Reading Lamp - A Suggestion for Nightlights Never before has there been such a wide variation in electric ...
-Home-Made Fancy Dress For Children's Parties
Dresses that are Easily Made at Home - Master and Miss Hook of Holland - A Pantomime Fairy A Silver Butterfly - The Queen of the May - Some Flower Dresses - ...
-Home-Made Fancy Dress For Children's Parties. Continued
A Daffodil should have a wreath of daffodils in her hair, and carry a big bunch in her hand. A Wild Violet wears a border of wee blue and white violets to her ...
-Fancy Dances For Children - 3. The Cymbal Dance
The Origin of Cymbal Dances - Cymbals Used in Music and Dancing Among Civilised and Savage Races - Cymbals in Pictures and Statuary - A Typical Indian Dance - ...
-Fancy Dances For Children - 3. The Cymbal Dance. Continued
The scene was truly beautiful and poetic. The uncertain, flickering light, glancing fitfully upon the graceful, swaying crowd, the starry, deep-blue vault ...
-Girls' Christian Mamies
Reine - French variant of Regina. Reinette - Little queen. A pet name. Reinhild (Teutonic)- Battle-maid of judgment. Renata (Teutonic) - Warrior of judgment.
-Women In Great Social Positions. The Wife Of The First Lord Of The Admiralty
A Position that Appeals to the Patriotic Woman - The Vicissitudes of Naval Government - Old Admiralty House and Its Memories - The Tragic Love Story of Lord ...
-Women In Great Social Positions. The Wife Of The First Lord Of The Admiralty. Continued
Many another scene of naval interest does the old house conjure up. We may picture, for instance, Captain Cook arriving with intelligence of his marvellous ...
-2. Etiquette For Girls
The Girl with the Engaging Manner - Faults of Manner - Modern Manners - The Highest Type of Agreeable Manner
-Manner
Charm of manner is a valuable possession. Someone has said that it is worth more than a fortune. This, perhaps, may be true in the sense that it brings more ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous. No. 27. Robert Emmet And Sarah Curran
If Romeo and Juliet is the greatest love story in the world, then it must be conceded that the story of Robert Emmet and Sarah Curran has the elements of ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous. No. 27. Robert Emmet And Sarah Curran. Part 2
Robert Emmet Falls In Love The youngest girl in particular was a lovely creature, slender and graceful, with quantities of cloudy hair, wonderful dark violet ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous. No. 27. Robert Emmet And Sarah Curran. Part 3
Meanwhile the hue and cry was up in Ireland. The house where Emmet had been staying was ransacked. Anne Devlin was put to the examination at the bayonet's ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous. No. 27. Robert Emmet And Sarah Curran. Part 4
Receive her as my wife, love her as a sister, he implored his brother. But this request remained unanswered, for that letter never reached its destination. The ...
-5. The Language Of Flowers
Fox-tail Grass - Sporting. Fraxinella- Fire. Freezia - Your looks chill me. French Honeysuckle- Rustic beauty. French Marigold- Jealousy. French Willow- ...
-The Fascination Of The Man Of Forty
When Camaraderie is Possible Between Man and Woman - The Charm of the Middle-aged Man - A Friend With Whom One Can Think Aloud - The Limitations of Adonis - ...
-Working as a Manicurist
The Girl Who Succeeds as a Manicurist - Advantages of Training in a Small Establishment -The Cost and Length of Training - The Way to Start a Business - ...
-Baby-Linen Outfitters
Where Older Women Stand a Chance of Succeeding - Experience a Better Asset than Youth-capital Necessary-locality Need Not be an Expensive Streets - Privacy and ...
-Hostess Of Paying Guests
Taking up References a Wise Precaution - An Unfortunate Experience - What Constitutes a Paying Guest - A Trying Occupation - How to Obtain Guests - Prices - A ...
-7. Poultry Farming For Women
Editor 0, The Encyclopadia of Poultry etc. Continued from page 3668, Part 30 Concluding Advice - Housing and Ventilation - Problems - Importance of Method - ...
-The Mother Who Takes Her Daughters to Fashionable Resorts
The Mother Who Takes Her Daughters to Fashionable Resorts - The Far-seeing and Tactful Mother - Mother's Duty to See that Her Girls Have Opportunities of ...
-How To Domesticate A Husband
Man as a Domesticated Animal - A Wise Angelina and a Helpful Edwin - The Simple Life as a Factor in Domesticating a Husband-a Husband and Wife Who Exchanged ...
-How To Domesticate A Husband. Part 2
The French Husband Camping out will be found a very excellent training for young men as possible husbands. Without a woman to help them in making the ...
-How To Domesticate A Husband. Part 3
But the Pepys' circumstances gradually became more comfortable, particularly after Samuel became Clerk of the Acts of the Navy, and could afford a fine house ...
-How To Domesticate A Husband. Part 4
Nowadays women retain their youth much longer than formerly. The altered conditions under which they live have ordained that it should be so. But an old man is ...
-The Prevention Of Consumption
Every woman who determines to do her best to further hygiene in her own home, and help in some way the campaign outside, is taking part in a public service.
-When Massage Is Needed And How It Is Applied
Massage as a Healing Process Practised from the Earliest Times - Three Methods of Applying Massage - Why Massage is Useful - Its Employment in Surgical Cases - ...
-13. Teething
Teething not an Ailment, but a Natural Process - Teething Troubles are Due Mainly to Mismanagement - Temporary Teeth - Comforters - Useful Teething Hints The ...
-2. A Bandaging Lesson. Bandaging The Foot
To bandage the right foot and leg, begin by holding the roller bandage in the left hand. Place the free end of the bandage over the inner ankle-bone, and hold ...
-Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. Games For Girls
The Choice of Games for Growing Girls - Danger of Overstrain - Cricket One of the Best Games when Slightly Modified - Skipping-hoop Bowling - Swimming and Rope ...
-Mdlle. Alexandra Balashova
Like Mdlle. Pavlova, Mdlle. Balashova entered the school attached to the Imperial Theatre, Moscow, as a child, her parents being induced to send her there by ...
-The Countess Of Darnley
The story goes that it was a cricket accident which led Miss Florence Morphy, of Victoria, Australia, to become the wife of Lord Darnley, in 1884. His lordship ...
-The Maharani Of Kapurthala
The marriage of the Maharajah of Kapurthala, in 1908, was the consummation of a striking romance of real life. The Maharani was Anita Delgade, the daughter of ...
-Madame Patti (Baroness Cederstrom)
Queen Alexandra has often been quoted as the one lady who has found the real secret of perpetual youth, but people who do so seem to have forgotten that Madame ...
-Mrs. Seymour Lucas
The wife of that eminent artist, Mr. Seymour Lucas, whose splendid collection of historical costumes has been acquired for the new London Museum, is not only ...
-Miss Annie Kenny
Possibly no Suffragist has done more to enlist recruits to the cause than Miss Annie Kenny, who began life at ten years of age by earning her living in a ...
-Madame Karin Michaelis
Mo small sensation was created in Denmark, and, in fact, throughout Europe, when, towards the end of 1910, The Dangerous Age, by Mme. Karin Michaelis, was ...
-Queens Of The World. Queen Eleonore Of Bulgaria
A Queen of Charity - Her Mission in Life - A Devoted Stepmother - My Children and My Poor The Russian Florence Nightingale - The Tsar of the Bulgarians - His ...
-Queens Of The World. Queen Eleonore Of Bulgaria. Continued
H.M. the Queen of Bulgaria, whose self-sacrificing devotion to the sick and needy makes her a veritable Queen of Charity. Her work for the wounded during the ...
-Heroines Of History - Joan Of Arc
On the banks of the Upper Meuse, not far from Vaucouleurs, is the little village of Domremy. Its red-roofed cottages lie in the midst of meadows fragrant with ...
-Societies Which Help Women And Children Homes For Engli5h Girls Abroad
English Homes in Foreign Countries - Protection of Young Girls - Princess Christian's Interest in in Various Parts of the World The spirit of emigration is in ...
-The Well-Equipped Kitchen Cooking Pans
Saucepans - Boilers-the Bain-Marie - Frying and Omelet Pans-baking-tins - Meat Screen Attention should first be given to the pans, which are of importance in ...
-Six Ways Of Serving Cold Turkey
A Fricassee - Turkey Soup - Blanquette of Turkey - Devilled Turkey Legs - Croquettes Turkey a la Marlborough Fricassee Of Turkey Required: About a pound or ...
-Turkey Soup
Required : The remains of a cold turkey. Two quarts of white stock, or milk and water in equal proportions One and a half ounces of rice flour. One small onion.
-Blanquette Of Turkey
Required: The remains of a cold turkey (about a pound). Three-quarters of a pint of stock or milk. One ounce of flour. One and a half ounces of butter. The ...
-Devilled Legs Of Turkey
Required : The legs. One teaspoonful each of French and English mustard. Two teaspoonfuls of chutney. Salt and black pepper. Cayenne. A few browned crumbs. A ...
-Croquettes Of Turkey
Required : About four ounces of scraps of turkey. Two ounces of cooked ham or bacon. Two teaspoonfuls of chopped onion. Three teaspoonfuls of chopped parsley.
-Turkey A La Marlborough
Required: The remains of cold turkey, about one pound. Allow to every four tablespoonfuls of breadcrumbs : Two tablespoonfuls of chopped ham. Two teaspoonfuls ...
-Lobster Fingers
Required : Half a pound of puff pastry. Half a small lobster. A dessertspoonful of thick cream. Two handfuls of spinach. A quarter of a pound of butter. A ...
-Devilled Livers
Required : Four or more poultry livers. Four small rounds of bread. One ounce of butter. Half a teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Half a teaspoonful of chopped ...
-Prawns In Aspic
Required : Half a pint of aspic jelly. Half a dozen prawns, fresh or preserved. A little chervil. A hard-boiled white of egg. (Sufficient for four to six.) ...
-Devilled Sardines
Required : Eight sardines. For each sardine allow a thin slice of bacon and a finger-shaped piece of buttered toast. Half a lemon. The hard-boiled yolk of one ...
-Croutes Of Bananas
Required: Two bananas. Two ounces of butter. Eight finger-shaped pieces of bread. Coralline pepper. (Sufficient for about six.) Peel the bananas, cut each in ...
-Oyster Croquettes
Required : One dozen oysters. Two ounces of suet. Six ounces of veal. Three ounces of breadcrumbs. Salt and pepper. A few grains of cayenne and nutmeg. One egg ...
-Foie-Gras In Aspic
Required : About half a pint of aspic jelly. A small pot of foie-gras. One or two pickled chillies. A small truffle. {Sufficient for about six.) Rinse out some ...
-Sardine Bouchees
Required: Six sardines. Four teaspoonfuls of grated Parmesan cheese. Four oysters. One hard-boiled egg. Chilli and tarragon vinegars. Half a stale tin loaf.
-Oyster Aigrettes
Required : Half a pint of boiling water. One ounce of butter. Three ounces of grated Parmesan cheese. Four ounces of Vienna flour. Two whole eggs and one extra ...
-Meatless Cookery For Invalids
What to Give an Invalid who Cannot Take Meat - The Curative Properties of Vegetable and Fruit Juices - The Liquid and Dry Systems of Food - Conservative ...
-Nourishing Soups - Vermicelli Soup
Required : One quart of white vegetable stock, or good ordinary vegetable stock. (See page I371,vol.2.) Half an ounce of vermicelli. Two ounces of proteid food.
-Vegetable Juice Soup
Required : Two ounces of lettuce. Two ounces of cabbage. Two ounces of onions. Two ounces of carrots. One teaspoonful of parsley. One ounce of turnip. One ...
-Stewed Fruit Juices
Required: Pineapple. Melon. Grapes. Oranges. Peel the pineapple, melon, and oranges, take out the pips, and simmer in a very little water in an enamel pan or ...
-Fresh Fruit Pressed In A Fruit-Press
Required : Grapes and apples ; oranges and lemons. Oranges and lemons can be squeezed in an ordinary lemon-squeezer. Put the grapes and apples into a fruit- ...
-Rice Drink
Required: One ounce of ground rice. One ounce of proteid food. One pint of water. Half a teaspoonful of castor sugar. Juice of one lemon (or nutmeg to taste).
-Barley Water
Required: One dessertspoonful of prepared barley. One quart of boiling water. Lemon or sugar to taste. Mix one dessertspoonful of barley with a wineglassful of ...
-A Remedy For Over-acidity
Required: Four ounces of pearl (or whole) barley. Four ounces of Carolina rice. Two heads of lettuce (or endive). Celery, or celery tops may be substituted ...
-Foods In Season In December
Fish Bream Crabs Eels Haddock Herrings Mullet (red) Plaice Dutch salmon Smelts Sprats Slips Brill Crayfish Flounders Hake Lobsters Mussels Prawns Canadian ...
-Average Prices
Poultry, etc. Best and Cheapest. Average Price. Chickens June to October 2s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. each. Ducks September to October 3s. od. to 4s. 6d. ,, Ducklings ..
-Law Relating To Income Tax
How Incomes are Assessed for the Tax - Deductions Allowed on Life Insurance Policies - No Deductions on Allowances Paid by Husbands to Wives - Deductions on ...
-Singing in Opera
In the following article, Madame Blanche Marchesi, the famous daughter of a world-famous mother, advises girls who aspire to success in operatic singing. As ...
-Singing in Opera. Continued
That's true, said the father. So he dismounted, and put his son on the ass. They had only gone a little way when they met a third man, who exclaimed : Well, I ...
-Where To Study Art - The Royal Academy Schools Of Fine Art
Training in the Schools Entirely Free - Daylight and Evening Schools - The Art Library - Scholarships and Prizes - The Armitage Prizes - Instruction from ...
-Practical Christianity - Queen Mary And Her Work For The Destitute
The Noble Daughter of a Noble Mother - Queen Mary's Practical Training in Christian Work - Her Mother's Favourite Quotation - What Her Majesty Says About Real ...
-Practical Christianity - Queen Mary And Her Work For The Destitute. Continued
\ How the Royal Children Help The Prince of Wales, too, made a very useful contribution in some dozens of pairs of stout socks for lads and men and cloth caps.
-Woman's Recreations. The Art Of Skating On Ice
Second, Prize Figure Skating Championship of the World, I902, London ; Lady Figure Skating Champion of the International Skating Union, I906, Davos, I907, ...
-Woman's Recreations. The Art Of Skating On Ice. Part 2
When the preliminary shuffling period is passed, the learner will be anxious to acquire the rudiments of the art, to learn the equivalents of finger exercises ...
-Woman's Recreations. The Art Of Skating On Ice. Part 3
One is not restricted by any set figures, and can flit here, there, and everywhere, and the delight of all this can hardly be described. From the spectators' ...
-Fruit Culture For Profit
By A. C. Marshall, F.r.h.s. Author of Small Holdings for Women, flower Culture for Profit, etc. Continued from. page 3687,Part 30 Danger of Overcrowding - ...
-Fruit It Pays To Grow
Continue i from page 3687, Part 30 Grape. The grape is beyond the scope of this series, requiring as it does extensive glass, experienced handling, and a ...
-Cheeping And Climbing Plants
Diploma 0/ the Royal Botanic Society Climbers for New Gardens - Quick Growing Sorts - How to Cover Trellises - Vegetable Marrows and Gourds - Sweet-peas and ...
-The French Bulldog
Breeder and Exhibitor A French Dog Now Naturalised in England - How the Breed Came to this Country - Its Official Recognition by the Kennel Club - Points of a ...
-Pets - Fancy Rabbits As Pets
Medallist, Paris, 1910-11 Specialist Breeder and fudge of Poultry, Pigeons, and Cage Birds; fudge at the Grand International Show, Crystal Palace; Societe des ...
-Needlework. Durbar, Embroidery
A Decorative Embellishment in Eastern Style for Clothes - How One Sheet of Designs May be Utilised in Various Ways - As a Trimming for a Tailor-made Coat - ...
-Stitches In Embroidery-VI. Canvas-Work Stitches
Cross Stitch. Plait Stitch, Tent Stitch, Gobelin Stitch, Irish, Florentine, or Cushion Stitch - Two-sided Italian, and Holbein Stitches Embroidery on canvas is ...
-Stitches In Embroidery-VI. Canvas-Work Stitches. Continued
Two stitches of this kind, called twosided Italian and Holbein stitch respectively, are given in Diagram 3, but the stitches that can be used are really ...
-The Cult Of The Tea-Gown
The Comfort of the Tea-gown or Rest Robe - An Opportunity for Individual Choice of Designs Easy Fastenings the Essential Point - A Corset-belt - A Neutral ...
-Clothes Foe Winter Weather
Suitability - Choice of Colours - Indoor Gowns - Coats - Evening Cloaks - Millinery - Motor Veilsgloves-underclothing - Dress in windy Weather - Raincoats The ...
-Clothes Foe Winter Weather. Continued
A useful yet modish coat, which can be worn either open or closed over the chest. This coat is admirably suited for travelling It is not a good plan to wear ...
-The Decorative Button
The Button as a Decorative Item in Dress - The Button to Denote Official Rank - A Substitute for a Buckle - Buttons for Use as Well as Ornament - The ...
-Beautiful Women In History. Lady Hester Stanhope
In the long gallery of the beautiful and famous women of England, none occupies so peculiar a position as Lady Hester Stanhope, who at various periods in her ...
-The Art Of Hairdressing. Waving, Marcel And Pin Waving
Diploma 0/ Honour at the Paris Exhibition, Coiffeur by Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen The Value of Waving - How to Wave on Steel or Tortoiseshell Pins - ...
-How to Secure Individuality in Furnishing
Following a Scheme or Period Throughout the Flat - The Hall - Dining or Living Room - Drawing-room - Bedrooms - Kitchen - Allowance for Sundries There are many ...
-How to Secure Individuality in Furnishing. Continued
If the entry be dark, as is sometimes the case, the walls should be papered in a light, cheerful tone, and the woodwork painted white. If the entry be well lit, ...
-On Beds And Bedding
Brains the Best Ingredients to Use in Work - The Importance of having a Comfortable Bed - Dangers that Lurk in Cheap Bedding - The Elaborate Processes of ...
-On Beds And Bedding. Part 2
Black hair, owing to being in less demand than white, is much cheaper, and can be had from 3s. 6d. a pound. White wool only should be used in bed-making, and ...
-On Beds And Bedding. Part 3
Finally, a word must be said as to the renewal of mattresses and bedding. French and German housewives surpass us in this particular. Abroad, a man comes to ...
-On Beds And Bedding. Part 4
Slow Combustion Grates This term is applied to all fireplaces in which means is provided for shutting off the air supply from beneath the fire by a fixed or ...
-Fancy Dances For Children - 4. The Gavotte
The Origin of the Gavotte - Connection with the Branle - The Gavotte in France - Madame Vestris's Gavotte - Some Quaint Characteristics - An Effective Gavotte ...
-Fancy Dances For Children - 4. The Gavotte. Part 2
In 1779, writes G. Lenotre, we catch a glimpse of Marie Antoinette at the opera ball. She had been once before with the King, who encouraged her to go again in ...
-Fancy Dances For Children - 4. The Gavotte. Part 3
A semaphore parade. Even the youngest children will enjoy a lesson on this subject, and will acquire a sense of discipline and a quickness of perception by its ...
-17. Girls' Christian Names
Rosalina and Rosalind (Teutonic) - Famed serpent, or beautiful as a serpent. The love story of Rosalind and Orlando in the Forest of Arden forms the subject of ...
-Romances Of Royal Palaces - Kensington Palace
In this series of articles, specially written for Every Woman's Encyclopaedia by Mrs. Sarah Tooley {the well known author of Royal Palaces and their Memories ...
-Romances Of Royal Palaces - Kensington Palace. Part 2
A Destructive Fire It is the fiddling worck outside, explains the harried Mary to her spouse, which takes up more time than one can imagine, and while the ' ...
-Romances Of Royal Palaces - Kensington Palace. Part 3
In the Days of Good Queen Anne Gloom settles over Kensington after the death of Mary. The King is inconsolable, and spends sorrowful hours soliloquising on her ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People - 28. Robert Louis Stevenson
Trusty, dusky, vivid, true, With eyes of gold and bramble-dew, Steel-true and blade-straight The great Artificer Made my mate. Honour, anger, valour, fire; A ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People - 28. Robert Louis Stevenson. Part 2
You must not be vexed at my absences, he told his mother in a letter; you must understand that I shall be a nomad more or less until my days are done. You don' ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People - 28. Robert Louis Stevenson. Part 3
He strove hard, therefore, to lead his normal life. But it was very difficult; the glorious light, which suddenly had shone upon it and then vanished, had left ...
-2. Language Of Flowers
Continued front page 3752, Part 31 Hazel - Reconciliation. Mythology has given us a very poetical explanation of why the meaning of reconciliation was given to ...
-Love Proverbs Of Many Lands - 1. English
Since love is God's greatest gift to man, the joy and crown of his existence, it is only natural that many proverbs and phrases should be found dealing with ...
-Private Nursing Homes. Convalescent Homes
The modern, indeed, quite recent, innovation of having private nursing homes attached to hospitals has to a very large extent done away with or encroached upon ...
-Private Nursing Homes. Convalescent Homes. Part 2
There is, in fact, no profession which requires more tact and patience than that of the nurse. Above all, the matron and staff of a nursing home require these ...
-Private Nursing Homes. Convalescent Homes. Part 3
A bedroom hung round with pictures and photographs of relatives, dead or living, is not attractive to strangers, who would, however, welcome a bright and good ...
-Private Nursing Homes. Convalescent Homes. Part 4
As to the choice of locality there are numbers of points to be considered - the amount of capital available, the class of boarder to be catered for, the style ...









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