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Every Woman's Encyclopaedia 4



Volume 4 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
-8. Poultry Farming For Women
Editor of The Encyclopedia of Poultry, etc. Continued from page 3759, Part 31 Necessity of Method in Poultry Farming - Cleansing the Runs and Houses - Shelters- ...
-The Saving Sense Of Humour
The Essential Oil of Life's Machinery - A Priceless Possession - The Want of Humour of Engaged Couples - A Working Arrangement - Settlement Day - Humour Under ...
-Marriage - Wedding Veils
National Sentiment in Royal Wedding Veils - Russian Lace - Colour in Bridal Attire - A Bridal Veil of the Twelfth Century - The Rise of the Veil - The Bridal ...
-Husband Or Children - Which ?
The Call of Duty and Love - A Woman's Place - The Lonely Husband - Care of the Childrenthe Wise Decision - Till Death Us Do Part It is often difficult enough ...
-The Healthy Tome In Winter
The Right Way to Keep Warm in Winter - The Mistake of Too Hot Rooms - Food in Winter-how to Ward Off a Chill - Dress as a Factor in Keeping Warm - Gas Fires ...
-10. Home Nursing. The Nursing Of Heart Cases
Types of Heart Disease - General Rules of Treatment - Diet - Symptoms - An Improvised Rest to Relieve Breathlessness - Dropsy - How an Ice Poultice is Made - ...
-17. Common Ailments And Their - Treatment
Phlebitis is an inflammation of veins, which may either be simple or suppurative. It may happen as a result of an accident to the vein walls or inflammation of ...
-Baby's First Yeah. 14. Weaning The Baby
Precautions to Take when Weaning Baby - When the Change in Food Should Not be Made-suitable Foods - Feeding With a Spoon - Gradually Withdrawing the Bottle - ...
-Baroness De Meyer
Fencing has a most brilliant and enthusiastic exponent in the person of Baroness de Meyer, who is also, by the way, an expert swimmer and a clever rider.
-Madame Donalda
It was quite by accident that the popular Canadian prima-donna became a singer. As a matter of fact, she intended to follow medicine as a profession, but one ...
-Mrs. Mary Gaunt
It was in order to gather material for a book on the old forts along the West Coast of Africa that Mrs. Mary Gaunt, the well-known novelist, made a trip of 1, ...
-Madame Rejane
The career of the famous French comedienne furnishes a notable example of the triumph of genius over adverse circumstances. Her real name is Gabrielle Reju, ...
-Lady Wimborne
The eldest of six beautiful and gifted daughters of the seventh Duke of Marlborough, Lady Wimborne was married, when only twenty, in 1868, to Sir Ivor Guest, ...
-Mrs. Louise Jopling-Rowe
No one has done more to encourage art among women than Mrs. Louise Jopling-rowe, the well-known and exceedingly popular artist, whose pictures have not only ...
-Baroness Von Suttner
Sixty-eight years ago there was born in Prague to an old aristocratic family a girl who was destined to become one of the world's greatest apostles of peace, ...
-Famous Lady Explorers
Women Pioneers of Africa - Lady Baker's Great Achievement - Charles Kingsley's Niece among Cannibals - Amazing Journeys from the Cape to Cairo - Through the ...
-Famous Lady Explorers. Part 2
Always when I was on the march I slept with my guns loaded by my side and my revolver under my pillow, as much to intimidate my bearers as to protect myself ...
-Famous Lady Explorers. Part 3
Miss C. Gordon Cumming, who holds a magnificent record of daring and adventure in strange lands, and once checked a rebellion in Samoa Photo, Elliott & Fry ...
-2. Societies Which Help Women And Children
A Girls' Help One Another Club - The Small Beginning of a Great Work - A Society without Fees or Regulations - Its Manifold Activities - How the Kindly ...
-The Well-Equipped Kitchen
Choppers and Knives - Cherry-stoner-weights and Scales - Sieves-pastry-making Requisitesgriller - Chafing-dish - Spice-box - Fireproof China Utensils Among ...
-The Well-Equipped Kitchen. Continued
tor pastry making a marble slab is, par excellence, the thing on which to roll it out but is rather expensive. The best substitute is a white wood pastry-board, ...
-Foods In Season In January
Fish Bream Crayfish Dory Gurnet Halibut Mackerel Oysters Prawns Salmon, Dutch and Canadian (frozen) Scallops Smelts Turbot Brill Crabs Eels Hake Herrings ...
-How To Make Standard And Fancy Bread
Vienna Bread - How to Shape a Twist or Plait - Horseshoes and Crescents - Brioches - Baking. Powder Bread The making of Standard bread will present no ...
-Vienna Bread
Required : One pound of Vienna flour. Two level teaspoonfuls of salt. One ounce of compressed yeast. Two teaspoonfuls of castor sugar. One ounce of butter. .
-Brioches
This is a rich variety of bread much liked for afternoon tea. Required : One pound of flour. Two and a half ounces of castor sugar. Half a teaspoonful of salt.
-Baking-Powder Bread
Required : One pound of flour. About one and a half gills of milk. Two rounded teaspoonfuls of baking-powder. One teaspoonful of salt. Sieve together the flour, ...
-Tomato And Ham Pie
Required : One pound of tomatoes. Half a pound of raw or cooked ham. One teaspoonful of chopped parsley. One teaspoonful of chopped onion. Two ounces of butter ...
-Braised And Stuffed Shoulder Of Mutton
Required : A shoulder of mutton. For the stuffing: Four ounces of breadcrumbs. Three ounces of bacon. One teaspoonful of chopped onion. One teaspoonful of ...
-Stewed Ox Tails
Required: Two ox tails. One onion, carrot, and turnip. Four cloves. A bunch of parsley and herbs. Twelve peppercorns. Three allspice. The juice of half a lemon.
-Mutton Fritters A La Diable
Required : Half a pound of thinly sliced cold mutton. Two tablespoonfuls of chutney. A little cayenne and curry powder. For the frying baiter : A quarter of a ...
-Haricot Mutton
Required: Two pounds of the best end of neck of mutton. Three ounces each of onions, carrots, and turnips cut into dice. Two ounces of butter. A bunch of ...
-Fritters A La Villeroy
Required: Thin slices of tongue. A small tin of pate de foie gras. Half a pound of mashed potatoes. One egg. For the batter: Two teaspoonfuls of cnopped ...
-Steak-And-Mushroom Pie
Required: Two pounds of buttock steak. One pound of mushrooms. One tablespoonful of flour. One teaspoonful of salt. Half a teaspoonful of pepper. Two ...
-Fillets Of Beef With Mushrooms
Required: Two pounds of fillet of beef. Two tablespoonfuls of salad oil. One tablespoonful of vinegar. One onion. Two teaspoonfuls of chopped parsley. A little ...
-"Hot Pot"
Required: One pound of neck chops. One and a half pounds of potatoes. Two large onions. Salt and pepper. A little flour. Half a pint of stock or water. [ ...
-Grenadines Of Veal
Required : One pound of fillet of veal. Larding bacon. Half a pint of stock. One carrot and turnip. One onion. A piece of celery. A small bunch of mixed herbs.
-To Boil A Ham
Saw off the bone close to the knuckle. Soak the ham for about twelve or fourteen hours, according to the time it has hung, and its saltness. Wash and scrape it ...
-Snipe Pudding
Required : Six snipe. Half a pound of lean veal. One onion. One tablespoonful of chopped parsley. A bunch of parsley and herbs. One ounce of butter. Half an ...
-For Suet Pastry
See Every Woman's Encyclopedia, Vol. 3, page 1857, under the heading Boiled Gooseberry Pudding.
-Roast Woodcock With Oyster Stuffing
Required: A brace of woodcock. Two slices of fat bacon. A dozen oysters. One ounce of butter. Two ounces of breadcrumbs. Half a teaspoonful of lemon-juice.
-Partridge Salad A La Russe
Required: Three roast partridges. Half a pint of good brown sauce. One gill of cream. One and a half gills of mayonnaise sauce. One glass of sherry. One and a ...
-Income Tax
The Curate and His Grant - Foreign Insurance Companies - The Hard Case of Boarding-house. Keepers - Easter Offerings - Allowances and Exemptions Contributions ...
-Practical Christianity
Queen Mary's Good Work-the Personal Touch - Her Intimate Knowledge of Charitable Organisations - How a Great Work was Begun - The Navvy Mission Society and the ...
-Christian Work Among The Navvies
An example of the symbolic grain of rnus-tard seed which grows into a mighty tree is to be found in the story of the beginning of the work done by a great ...
-On The Painting Of Children
In this article, which she has specially contributed to Every Woman's Encyclopedia Mrs. Seymour Lucas, herself a painter of renown and the wife of a great ...
-On The Painting Of Children. Continued
I mention this fact because I do not think it is necessary to have that sort of sympathy or affection for childhood in order to be able to paint them ...
-Famous Books By Women
Wuthering Heights : By Emily Bronte By H. Pearl Adam Co much has been written about the influence of the Yorkshire moors and Yorkshire people on Emily Bronte's ...
-The Art Of Skating On Ice. No. 4. The Back Inside Eight
Second, Prize Figure Skating Championship of the World, 1902, London ; Lady Figure Skating Champion of the International Skating Union, 1906, Davos, 1907, ...
-The Art Of Skating On Ice. No. 4. The Back Inside Eight. Continued
No. 5. The back inside change. The free foot is swung behind the tracing leg. Just before going into the loop the body is inclined strongly, with the left ...
-A Dainty Painted Satin Calendar
A Dainty Painted Satin Calendar - Charming Combination of Sequins, Jewels, and Beetles' Wings - Beautiful Art Shades in Drawing and Wall-papers for Covering ...
-Growing Trees Amd Shrubs From - Cuttings
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society Taking the Cuttings - How to Put Them in Out of Doors and Under Glass - Roses from Cuttings Making a Well-drained Bed ' ...
-2. Fruit Culture For Profit
Author of Small Holdings for Women Flower Culture for Profit, etc. Cuttings - Grafting and Budding - Layering-strawberries Success with fruit cultivation must ...
-Toy Dogs Amd Muff Dogs
A Craze Which is Centuries Old - The Toy Dogs of the Ancients - The Sacred Lion Dog of Chinathe Spaniel Gentle, or Comforter - Foreign and English Toy Dogs - ...
-Japanese Goldfish
The Quaint Fishes of the East - Wonderlul Results of Pisciculture - Varieties of Japanese Goldfish - Their Points - How to Keep Them Successfully - Cost of ...
-Beautiful Women Of All Nations - An Irish Beauty
Lady Levinge Photo, Rita Martin
-Needlework
A Fascinating Form of Needlecraft - Method of Using Designs - Working Shadow Embroidery - The Use of Beads and Cabochons - Materials and Uses - An Example from ...
-Cretonne And Net Cushion-Cover
Cretonne Veiled with Net - Its Application to the Decoration of a Room - The Glistening Dewdrops - Novel Idea for a Competitive Working Party - Original Ideas ...
-Stitches In Embroidery - VII
Interlaced Stitches - Surface Stitches - How to Modify the Tones of Embroidery - The Use of Surface Stitches - Advantage of Using Contrasting Colours Besides ...
-The Evening Cloak
Cloaks {or Different Purses and Purposes - On the Choice of Materials - A Black Satin Model - Mantles that Copy Historical Garments - Fashions that Remain ...
-Practical Lessons In Drafting And Dresscutting
Examiner in Dressmaking, Tailoring, French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery of the Teachers in Training at the University College of South ...
-How To Take Self-Measurements
Fig. 2 The Bodice Measures The necessary measurements for drafting the bodice are : 1. Chest (see Fig. I). 2. Waist (see Fig. I). 3. Length of back (see Fig. 2) ...
-How To Take Self-Measurements. Continued
* N.b. - The quarter of an inch is deducted from the two-thirds of the half neck measure, because the curved line will measure a quarter of an inch more than ...
-For The Woman Who Wishes To Look Well Dressed
How to Hang Clothes in a Wardrobe - Various Devices for Keeping Garments in Shape - The Folding Hanger - A Hanger for Coat and Skirt - Hanging Princess and ...
-Coiffure A La Nattelina
The Mistake of Dressing the Hair in One Style Only - Modifications of New Styles - Ear Plaits - Making the Ear Plait Coiffure - Wavers and Pinching Irons - ...
-How To Cure Disfiguring Chilblains
The Prevention of Chilblains - Local Remedies - Unbroken Chilblains and their Cure__the Painful Broken Chilblain - When to Consult a Doctor The real remedy and ...
-How To Cure Disfiguring Chilblains. Continued
A Postal Courtship In 1816, the proposal of her marriage to the Due de Berri was mooted. She was pleased with the idea, though they had never met. The wooing ...
-Beauty Adorned
Dress is the Frame of Beauty - The Definition of Well-Dressed - The Distinction between Art and Fashion - Rules of Ornamentation - How to Deceive the Eye by ...
-Beauty Adorned. Continued
Simulating Height Draw now an oblique line beside a perpendicular, making both the same length. It appears that by so doing the perpendicular line is further ...
-The Occasional Table
- Its Uses and Abuses - Comfort is the Keynote of Modern Furnishing - The Most Popular and Practical Types of Table - The Tea-table and the Table for the ...
-Stoves
What Constitutes a Good Stove - Fuel Suitable for a Stove - Different Types of Stoves - The Tortoise Stove - Coal v. Anthracite-burning Stoves - The Palace ...
-2. The Romance Of Old China
Author of How to Identify Old China and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain
-Pinxton, Mansfield, And Torksey Porcelains
A Valued Workman - Billingsley at Pinxton - His Triumph in Porcelain Making - A Lucky Purchase - The Bourbon Sprig Pattern - Characteristics of Pinxton China - ...
-Pinxton, Mansfield, And Torksey Porcelains. Continued
The Derby Cornflower The same flower was used also at Derby, as already has been shown (page 1664, Vol. 3). The Derby cornflower, however, is smaller in size ...
-The Children Of Japan
A Japanese girl of the upper classes. Such little maidens wear the gayest and brightest garments Little Japanese girls with their brothers on their backs Three ...
-A Birth in a Japanese Family
Author of Things Seen in Japan A Birth in a Japanese Family - The Baby's Curious Presents - Naming a Child - Little Boys and Girls in Japan - Their Dress and ...
-A Birth in a Japanese Family. Part 2
Babies learn to talk earlier in Japan than in England, for the Japanese language lends itself to the expressions of very young children; and long before their ...
-A Birth in a Japanese Family. Part 3
Of course, the Japanese girl has plenty of dolls, and the great girls' festival of the year is the Feast of Dolls, which takes place on the third day of the ...
-Fancy Skipping For Children
Principal of The Physical Training College, South Kensington The Value of Skipping in Health and Development - How Not to Skip - The Way to Hold and Throw the ...
-Fancy Skipping For Children. Continued
Fig. i. Introductory Position. This picture shows the position in which the child should stand before beginning to skip backwards. The heels must be together, ...
-Girils' Christian Names
Salomea - Polish form. Salomee - French variant. Salomone - Italian form Saionina (Latin) - Virtuous one. A celebrated Roman matron, wife of the Emperor ...
-The Right And The Wrong Way
The right way to read, and the wrong The right way to write, and the wrong The right way to sew. and the wrong A debutante awaiting her turn to be presented to ...
-Rehearsing For Presentation At Court
Presentation, and What It Means - The Necessary Preparation - Preliminary Instruction - How to Make a Court Curtsey - A Presentation Lesson Presentation to the ...
-Rehearsing For Presentation At Court. Continued
How to Prepare for the Ordeal When a girl knows she is to be presented, her first duty, and that of her parents, is to see she is properly and fully prepared.
-Modern Parisian Etiquette
Salutations - The Courtesy of the Street - Dances and Invitations - Etiquette of Dining - Differences that May Puzzle English Girls - Importance of Small ...
-Modern Parisian Etiquette. Continued
One of the earliest lions forms also almost the earliest example of a punning coat, as he represents the ancient kingdom of Leon, which ceased to exist as a ...
-7. Love Scenes In Pictures
From the painting by Marcus Stone, R. A. In Love By pet mission of the Berlin Photographic Company.
-Woman In Love. Love-letters
Romance is not confined solely to the realms of fiction. The romances of fact, indeed, are greater and more interesting; they have made history, and have laid ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People - 29. King George III. And Hannah Lightfoot
The reputed marriage of King George III. and Hannah Lightfoot is one of the most profound and fascinating mysteries in all the annals of romance. Nothing can ...
-True Love-Stories. King George III. And Hannah Lightfoot. Part 2
A Nice Boy . Indeed, in spite of all his faults, George III. did more to preserve the sanctity of marriage in this country, and to promote the honour and ...
-True Love-Stories. King George III. And Hannah Lightfoot. Part 3
Unfortunately, this description does not tally with the only known portrait of her, a painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds - and why did Sir Joshua paint her, if ...
-Unrequited Love
The Ideal and the Real - The Lily Maid of Astolat - The Lonely Soul - Love's! Compensations - The Healing Powers In Kindly Acts Just as there is nothing so ...
-Agency For Governesses And Teachers
The Woman Who Will Make a Successful Educational Agent - How to Start - The Office and its Equipment - A Warning - An Inconsiderate Employer - Where to Start - ...
-Retouching And Finishing Photographs
Branches of Photographic Work Especially Suited to Women - How to Learn and Gain Experience - Methods of Work - Finishing in Black-and-white and Colours - ...
-Homes For Convalescents
A Mistaken Principle on Which to Work - Bright Rooms Aid Convalescence - How to Keep the Home Flowers Fresh - A Library at Small Cost - The Matron - An ...
-Scaffold-poles in Building the House of Love
Scaffold-poles in Building the House of Love - Tangibility of Ideals - The Priceless Worth of an Ideal - A Goal and a Gate - The Secret of an Ideal Ideals are ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands - Some African Marriages
A Bridal in Western Congo - The Dues of Courtship - A Paint-bespattered Bride - The Protracted Honeymoon - Goats as a Medium of Exchange - Buying the Bride - A ...
-The Tiresome Wife
There are some qualities which are very difficult to define. One of these is tiresomeness. Everyone knows what it is, everyone knows the kind of things that ...
-The Medicine Of Laughter
The Cult of the East - Monotonitis - The Influence of Pleasure - A Hint for the Housewife The Opening for a New Society - The Value of Effort We are all ...
-11. Home Nursing. Nursing Minor Aches And Pains
Home Remedies for Backache - Headache - Toothache - Earache - Colic Although the amateur nurse may rarely be called upon to take charge of a severe illness or ...
-A Bandaging Lesson - Bandaging The Breast
The breast is bandaged by using a four-inch roller bandage of gauze, flannel, or other material. If the right side of the chest or the right breast is to be ...
-18. Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Pleurisy is an inflammation of the pleural membrane, the thin, transparent covering of the lungs and interior of the chest. It is fairly common, especially ...
-Baby's First Year. 15. Keeping Baby Quiet
The First Weeks - Mistakes of the Young Mother - Devices which Should Never be Used - Evil of Rocking or Jolting and Jumping - Necessity for Restful Treatment ...
-Lady Londesborough
Divinely tall and, fair, Lady Londesborough in her youthful days was generally considered to be the perfect type of radiant English beauty. She is one of the ...
-Mrs. Willie James
One of the most charming and popular women in society today is Mrs. Willie James, whom Queen Alexandra and other members of the Royal Family regard with ...
-Miss Fanny Brough
Thousands of the poorer members of the theatrical profession have cause to bless the name of Miss Fanny Brough, who works indefatigably on behalf of the Ladies' ...
-Lady Frances Balfour
A remarkable woman in many respects is Lady Frances Balfour, sister to the Duke of Argyll, and sister-in-law to the ex-premier. Any movement for the ...
-Madame Goyau
One of the most interesting French marriages of 1903 was that of Mdlle. Lucille Felix Faure, the daughter of the late President Faure, to M. Georges Goyau, a ...
-Madame Melba
Perhaps the most striking fact regarding the career of the famous prima donna is that she was born of strict Presbyterian parents, who held the theatre and ...
-Mrs. Mary St. Leger Harrison (" Lucas Malet")
After a silence of something like a couple of years, Lucas Malet, the daughter of Charles Kingsley, and widow of the Rev. William Harrison, rector of beautiful ...
-The Triumph Of Woman
In this series of illuminative articles, Mrs. Sarah A. Tooley will describe for the readers of Every Woman's Encyclopaedia the wonderful achievements which ...
-The Triumph Of Woman. Part 2
True Women Still True womanliness, in the highest sense of the term, is not sacrificed by the awakening of women to a wider field of activity. The day is gone ...
-The Triumph Of Woman. Part 3
Mrs. Ayrton, widow of Professor W. E. Ayrton, the electrician. Mrs. Ayrton's wonderful research and experimental work have brought her all honours possible to ...
-Kitchen & Cookery
For the sake of ensuring absolute accuracy, no recipe is printed in this section which has not been actually made up and tried. The great secret of success in ...
-Pancake Scones
Required : One pound of flour. Quarter of an ounce (good weight) of carbonate of soda. Half an ounce of cream of tartar. One egg. Three ounces of castor sugar.
-Edinburgh Scones
Required : One pound of flour. Three teaspoonfuls of baking-powder. Pancake Scones. To be split open and served very hot with a liberal allowance of butter ...
-Yorkshire Teacakes Or Sally Lunns
Required : Three-quarters of a pound of flour. One ounce of butter. Half an ounce of compressed yeast. One egg. One and a half gills of tepid milk. Half a ...
-Brown Scones
Required : Quarter of a pound of flour. Quarter of a pound of wholemeal. Two ounces of butter. Half a teaspoonful each of salt, cream of tartar, and carbonate ...
-London Scones
Required : One pound and two ounces of flour. Two ounces of butter. Two ounces of castor sugar. The white of an egg. Half a pint of milk. Quarter of an ounce ...
-Oatmeal Scones
Required : One pound of fine oatmeal. Three ounces of butter. One egg. Half an ounce of baking-powder. Quarter of a teaspoonful of salt. A little milk. This ...
-Stuffed Partridges
Required : A brace of partridges. A little butter or dripping. Two slices of fat bacon. A teaspoonful of chopped parsley and shallot. Cayenne. Two slices of ...
-Partridges With Cabbage
Required : A brace of partridges. Larding bacon. A nice fresh cabbage. Slices of fat bacon. One carrot. Two onions. One teaspoonful of powdered herbs. Salt and ...
-Cheese And Bread-And-Butter Pudding
Required : Two eggs. Half a pint of milk. One ounce of proteid food. Slices of bread-and-butter. Cheese (milled). Well butter a medium-sized pie-dish, sprinkle ...
-Cheese Gnocchis
Required : One pint of milk. Four ounces of semolina. Salt and pepper to taste (if they agree). Two eggs. One ounce of proteid food. One teaspoonful each of ...
-A Simple Omelet
Required : One ounce of Parmesan cheese. Three eggs. Two tablespoonfuls of cream. A quarter of an ounce of proteid food. Pinch of cayenne pepper (if preferred).
-Poached Eggs On Spinach
Required : Two eggs (new laid). One gill of milk. A pinch of salt. Spinach. Bring the milk to the boil, crack the eggs into the boiling milk, and let them ...
-Potato Cream
Required: Six potatoes. A little milk for cream). Two ounces of butter. Two ounces of proteid food. Two eggs. Peel and cut up the potatoes. When sufficiently ...
-Bran Cream
Required : Four ounces of bran (or crushed or milled wheat). . Two ounces of proteid food. Juice of one lemon. A little sugar if required. One pint of new milk.
-Blancmange
Required : One pint of new milk. One ounce of cornflour. Three ounces of proteid food. Half a pound of best raspberry jam (seedless), or some red-currant jelly.
-Comforting Beverages For Cold Weather
Beef Tea and Egg - Brandy and Egg - Egg Cordial - Egg Flip-egg Nog - Linseed Tea - Negus-spiced Ale
-Beef Tea And Egg
Required: Quarter of a pint of strong beef tea or soup, or, failing these, use some good meat extract. One yolk of egg. Salt and pepper. Make the beef tea hot, ...
-Brandy And Egg
Required: Two tablespoonfuls of brandy. Two tablespoonfuls of cinnamon water. One teaspoonful of castor sugar. One raw yolk of egg. Beat up the egg with the ...
-Egg Cordial
Required : One white of egg. One tablespoonful of cream. One tablespoonful of good brandy. Beat the white of egg to a stiff froth. Add the brandy and cream, ...
-Egg Flip
Required: One egg. One teaspoonful of castor sugar. One sherry-glassful of sherry or brandy. Separate the white and yolk of the egg. Beat up the yolk well in a ...
-Egg Nog
Required : Half a pint of milk. One egg. One teaspoonful of castor sugar. Two teaspoonfuls of brandy. First scald the milk. To do this, pour it into a jug, ...
-2. Linseed Tea
Required : Three tablespoonfuls of linseed. One pint of water. Two lemons. Brown sugar or sugar-candy to taste. Half an ounce of liquorice. Put the linseed and ...
-2. Negus
Required : One quart of hot water. One lemon cut in thin slices. Four cloves. A few lumps of sugar. One bottle of port wine. About a wineglassful of brandy.
-Spiced Ale
Required: A teaspoonful of ground ginger (more or less). About three lumps of sugar. A pint of ale. A good dust of nutmeg. Put the ale into a saucepan with the ...
-Fillets Of Beef A La St. James
Required : One pound of fillet of beef. Half a pint of Espagnole sauce. A little glaze. One ounce of butter. Two tablespoonfuls of lean, cooked ham. Two or ...
-Sweetbreads In Cases
Required : A pair of sweetbreads. Two mushrooms. A little stock. Half an ounce of butter. Quarter of an ounce of flour. One gill of milk. Salt, pepper, and ...
-Sauer Braten
Required : Five pounds of fillet of beef. One quart of vinegar. Three bay-leaves. One nutmeg. Two ounces of butter. Two ounces of suet. Half an ounce of flour.
-Boiled Calf's Head
Required : Half a calf's head. One carrot, one onion, and a stick of celery. Salt and water. Parsley sauce. One gili of vinegar. Wash the head carefully, ...
-Veal-And-Ham Pie
Required: One and a half pounds of lean veal. Half a pound of lean ham or bacon. Three hard-boiled eggs. Salt and pepper. Half a teaspoonful of grated lemon- ...
-Wiener Schnitzel
Required: One pound of fillet of veal, cut about three-quarters of an inch thick. One egg. One and a half ounces of flour. Two ounces of unsweetened biscuit ...
-2. Veal Cutlets A La Talleyrand
Required : One pound of fillet of veal. Two ounces of butter. One small onion. Half a pint of white sauce. The yolks of two eggs. Half a teaspoonful of lemon- ...
-Savarin A La Jargonelle
Required : Half a pound of pastry flour. Half an ounce of compressed yeast. Half a teaspoonful of castor sugar. Four eggs. One gill of milk. Four ounces of ...
-Fruit Salad
Required : Two bananas. Half a pound of black grapes. Half a pound of white grapes. Half a pound of tinned apricots. Half a pound of tinned pineapple. Three ...
-Landlord And Tenant Taxes
Taxes Which Must be Paid by Landlord and Taxes Which Fall Upon Tenants - Repairing Leases - Landlord's Remedy for Breach of Covenant - Liability for Accidents ...
-Religious Pictures By Women
Salvator Mundi From the Painting by Miss Sybil Parker
-Women And Practical Christianity - Mrs. Creighton And Britain's Homes
The Girls' Friendly Society and the Mothers'union - Mrs. Creighton's Great Aims - Woman's First Duty is Her Home - Ten Happy Years - Mrs. Creighton's Family ...
-Women And Practical Christianity - Mrs. Creighton And Britain's Homes. Continued
I like nothing better than teaching my own children, she once said, although diocesan work now prevents my giving as much time to it as I would like. Holidays, ...
-Famous Pictures By Women
The First Audience Oliver Goldsmith reading his comedy, She Stoops to Conquer, to Mary Horneck, the beautiful Jessamy Bride, and her sister Catherine. These ...
-How To Become A Teacher Of The Pianoforte
In this article, specially contributed to Every Woman's Encyclopaedia, Mr. Oscar Beringer, so well known as the director of the Philharmonic Society and ...
-2. The Art Of Elocution
School of Music Emotion and Its Control - For and Against the Use of Gesture - Practice Before a Mirror - Individuality a Determining Factor - Should Music ...
-2. The Art Of Elocution. Continued
The best way for the reciter to find unhackneyed ground is to keep a steady watch on her reading, cultivate enough of the critical faculty to distinguish ...
-How To Make The Most Of Garden
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society Greenhouse Construction - Stagings-the Heating Question - A Spring Start - How to Repot Plants - General Management Many ...
-How To Make The Most Of Garden. Continued
A Spring Start As the garden year may be said to begin in October, so that of the greenhouse begins in February, with the awakening of plant-life induced by a ...
-3. Fruit Culture For Profit
Author of Small Holdings for Women, Flower Culture for Profit, etc. Canker - Tying-up and Securing - When Fruit Trees Fail It is surprising what a number of ...
-How To Make Raffia Baskets
Dyed Raffia - Raffia Baskets, and How to Make and Shape Them - Stitches Explained - Suitable Linings Making raffia baskets is both interesting and quick work, ...
-The Art Of Skating On Ice
Second, Prize Figure Skating Championship of the World, 1902, London; Lady Figure Skating Champion of the International Skating Union, 1906, Davos, 1907, ...
-Useful Hints For Dog Owners
An Ailing Dog Should be Isolated - A Method of Stopping Bleeding - Treatment of Burns - Canker of the Ear - Chorea - Constipation-how to Bandage - On Distemper ...
-Foreign Squirrels
The Dorsal Squirrel - American Grey Squirrel - Flying, Malabar, and Prevost's Squirrels - Chipmunks - Prices of Squirrels - How to Feed and Care for Squirrels ...
-2. Japanese Goldfish
There is also an extremely bizarre variety of these Japanese goldfish, called the Deme-ranchu. It is known in Europe as the Celestial-eyed goldfish, and is so ...
-The Renovation Of Old Screens
An Added Charm to a Room - What We May Learn From Japan - How to Re-cover and Decorate an Old Screen - Painted and Embroidered White Satin - A Lantern Design - ...
-The Renovation Of Old Screens. Continued
A three-panel fire-screen of conventional floral designs, embroidered in gold thread, and framed in black wood and covered with glass Procure some students' ...
-The Choice And Care Of Household - Linen
Requirements of a Household - Advantages of Buying Good Linen - Bed Linen - Towels The term household linen is a somewhat comprehensive one, and is not limited ...
-The Romance Of Old Chin.. - Spode Pottery And Porcelain
Author of How to Identify Old China and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain The Founder of the Spode Factory - A Salary Dependent upon Merit - The Copelands ...
-4. Famous Love Scenes In Pictures
Off For The Honeymoon A charming rendering of an idyl of the past From the painting by Fred Morgan By permission of the Berlin Photographic Co.
-True Love-Stories Of Famous. No. 29. King George III. And Hannah Lightfoot
Continuted from page 3996, Part 33 By J. A. Brendon The heavy coach rolled rapidly away, leaving Master Axford, the new-pledged bridegroom, standing in the ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous. King George III. And Hannah Lightfoot. Part 2
The Disappearance Of The Bride But what really did become of her ? That on April 17, 1759, she went through some form of marriage with the Prince of Wales may ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous. King George III. And Hannah Lightfoot. Part 3
But did George marry Hannah ? Officially it has been denied and denied repeatedly. Needless to say, reasons of State rendered such denials necessary. But, in ...
-Famous Love Passages From English - Literature - Tristram Shandy
The Widow Wadman is one of the most famous ladies in English literature. Sterne's strange style reveals her to us in flashes, interspersed with endless ...
-Peter Pan Needle Pictures
A Pictorial Reminder of a Fascinating Character - The Boy Who Lost His Shadow - The Appeal of the Designs to Grown-ups - How to Applique the Figures on to ...
-Peter Pan Needle Pictures. Continued
A Simple but Novel Work - A Home-made Embroidery Frame - Suitable Canvases for Braid Work - Sunflowers and Daisies in Braid At first sight it may not appear ...
-Couching And Laid Work
How Couching is Worked - Its Use and Application - Couching Gold and Silver Thread - Laid Work - Repairing Torn and Damaged Backgrounds Couching is the name ...
-A Portable Workbasket And Stand
How to Make and Fix the Wooden Frame - A Cretonne Bag Lined with Sateen to Attach to the Folding Stand A workbasket on a stand, which can be carried easily ...
-Altering Dresses For Growing (Girls
Tucks Can be Both Ornamental and Useful - Importance of Freedom in Dress to a Growing Girl - Trimmings that will Serve to Enlarge a Dress - Lengthening Skirts - ...
-New Uses For Old Furs
Inferior Furs Should be Avoided - How to Utilise an Old-fashioned Muff - The Way to Cut and Sew Fur - Muffs of Fur and Velvet - How to Use Caracul - Furs which ...
-The Well-Shod Woman
The High Heels of the Past - Tight Shoes are Foes to Beauty - The Shoe of the Pompadour - What the Hobble Skirt is Responsible For - Why Velvet Shoes are liked ...
-The Well-Shod Woman. Continued
Fur-topped boots for motoring are practical and warm corrected from time to time of the feet that are to be fitted. By taking special means to ensure comfort ...
-Dress Accessories - An Embroidered Collar
The Charming Effect of Applique Cretonne Rosebud on Ottoman Silk - A Design for Collar and Cuffs - A Persian Form of Embroidery - Cretonne Designs to Select - ...
-Lady Jersey
Why, said Mr. Child, with an un-bankerlike recklessness inspired by his wine, run away with her, to be sure. Taken At His Word Not long after Mr. Child was ...
-Lady Jersey. Continued
The Right Honourable Sarah Sophia. Countess of Jersey, the reigning Society beauty, and the richest heiress of her day. She ardently espoused the cause of the ...
-2. The Art Of Hairdressing. A Practical Coiffure
Diploma 0f Honour at the Paris Exhibition. Coiffeur by Appointment to H.m. the Queen. The Switch - The Becoming Side Parting - Arrangement of Front and Side ...
-Exercises That Bring Grace (El Beauty
Indian CLUBS - No. 1 By Beatrice E. Bear Fellow of the Gymnastic Teachers' Institute, Member of the British College of Physical Education The Use of Club ...
-Exercises That Bring Grace (El Beauty. Continued
Outward Back Twist (B) (Fig. 2). Left hand. Raise the left hand till over the left shoulder, knuckles level with and about 2 inches from the ear, the club ...
-Romances Of Royal Palaces - Balmoral Castle
A Beauty Spot of the North - Homely Delights of a Great Queen - Miss Florence Nightingale at Balmoral - Royal Lovers - A Gift of White Heather - The Domain and ...
-Romances Of Royal Palaces - Balmoral Castle. Part 2
It was a gay, pretty, and touching sight, wrote the Queen, and I felt almost inclined to cry. May God bless this place and allow us to see it and enjoy it many ...
-Romances Of Royal Palaces - Balmoral Castle. Part 3
When, two years later, the Princess on her approaching marriage bade good-bye to her friends in the Balmoral cottages, old Mrs. Grant spoke her mind to the ...
-Marriage. The Small Irritations. Secret or Perpetual Happiness
The Small Irritations - Secret or Perpetual Happiness - A Circlet of Gold - Prosaic Existence - Cultivation of a Sense of Proportion - The Husband's Day - The ...
-The Wife Who Can Earn Money
An Odd Objection - Fear of a Wife's Independence - Professional Jealousy - Various Occupations by which Wives Earn Money - How a Smallholder Depends on the ...
-The Wife Who Can Earn Money. Part 2
The money-earning wife is not only useful because of her money-earning qualities, but because the knowledge she has acquired of the world of men and things has ...
-The Wife Who Can Earn Money. Part 3
She also has recognised her ideal in him ; she has not troubled herself as to whether he is a younger son. They have for one brief instant read the bliss of a ...
-Life and Duties of a Companion
Life and Duties of a Companion - Companion to an Invalid Woman - Companion-chaperons - Travelling Companion - Salaries - Need for Caution in Answering ...
-How To Manage A Circulating Library
Choosing a Locality - The Necessary Capital and Preliminary Stock - In Connection With - How to Manage Incoming and Outgoing Books - Other Businesses in ...
-On The Staff Of A Labour Exchange
Labour Exchange System - How it is Arranged and Controlled - Qualifications for an Official Post on the Staff - Scale of Salaries - The Interest of the Work to ...
-Countess Of Chesterfield
When the news of Lord Chesterfield's engage-ment to the lovely Miss Enid Wilson, the late Lord Nunburnholme's daughter, was announced, in 1900, it was received ...
-Mme. Marcella Sembrich
The daughter of a village musician living near Lemberg, in Galicia, Madame Sembrich received her early-music lessons from her father. Her first lessons on the ...
-Miss Annie Peck
Although this American lady has achieved fame as a mountaineer, she has claims to distinction as an archaeologist, as well as a musician, lecturer, and writer.
-The Baroness Orczy
It may be some encouragement to those ladies with literary aspirations to learn that Baroness Orczy - who, among other notable books, wrote The Scarlet ...
-Miss Eleanor Sears
It is doubtful if there is a more remarkable or unconventional woman in America than Miss Eleanor Sears, daughter of Mrs. Frederick Sears, of Boston, who, it ...
-Lady Breadalbane
Quite apart from the reputation of being, perhaps, the most famous deer-stalker of her sex - she has been known to kill six stags in succession with as many ...
-Lady Laura Ridding
The daughter of the first Lord Selborne and sister of the present Lord, Lady Laura Ridding has worked so enthusiastically and whole-heartedly on behalf of ...
-A Loyal And Able "Captain" Of King Charles I. Countess Of Dudley
In this series of articles we have already dealt with such famous heroines as Joan of Arc and Boadicea, whose acts were the acts of soldiers, their courage the ...
-2. The Triumph Of Woman
Woman in the Field of Art-the Pioneers and their Followers-ruskin's Generous Tribute to a Woman Artist-women Writers and Why They Succeed-a Tale that Moved a ...
-2. The Triumph Of Woman. Continued
When Quatre Bras appeared, the master yielded unreservedly. ' It is Amazon work, he wrote, there is no doubt of it ; and the first pre-raphaelite picture of ...
-Home-Made Marmalade
Seville Orange Marmalade - An Economical Recipe - Marmalade without Sugar - Marmalade Jelly - Lemon Marmalade When carefully made, the flavour of home-made ...
-Seville Marmalade
Required : Two dozen Seville oranges. Double their weight in lump sugar. Six lemons. Water. Wash and rub the oranges well in cold water to clean them. Put them ...
-Economical Marmalade
Required : A dozen Seville oranges. Four sweet oranges. Three lemons. Ten pounds of loaf sugar. Five quarts of cold water. Well wash and wipe the oranges and ...
-Marmalade Jelly
This has no shreds of peel and is most delicious. Required : A dozen Seville oranges. One pint of water. Allow three-quarters of a pound of loaf sugar to each ...
-Marmalade Without Sugar
This recipe is invaluable for people who are on strict diet and not allowed to take sugar. It should not, however, be made in large quantities as it will not ...
-Lemon Marmalade
This is always popular, and makes a pleasing change from the more ordinary orange marmalade. Required: Twelve lemons. Two Seville oranges. Allow to every pound ...
-Brazilian Stew
Required: Two pounds of shin of beef. One large carrot and turnip. Two onions. One ounce of butter or beef dripping. A bunch of herbs. Half a gill of vinegar.
-2. Mutton Cake
Required: One pound of cooked mutton. Three hard-boiled eggs. Half an ounce of pistachio nuts. A quarter of a pound of cooked bacon. Threepennyworth of veal or ...
-Toad-In-A-Hole
Required : Half a pound of flour. Half a teaspoonful of salt. Two eggs. A pint of milk. One pound of sausages, or small chops or steak, or cold meat. First ...
-Stewed Tripe
Required : One pound of tripe. Three good-sized onions. One pint of milk. Three-quarters of an ounce of flour. Salt and pepper. Toast or fried bread. Wash the ...
-Ham-And-Bra1n Cakes
Required : One set of calf's brains. Half the weight of the brains in ham. One tablespoonful of vinegar. One onion. Two or more eggs. Breadcrumbs. Salt and ...
-Kromeskies Of Liver
Required: Six ounces of calf's liver. Six ounces of bacon. One small onion. Half a small carrot. A bunch of parsley and herbs. Half a gill of stock. Salt, ...
-Grilled Lamb Chops
Required: About one and a half pounds of best end neck of lamb. Salt and pepper. . Cut the neck into neat chops, and trim off a little of the fat; sprinkle a ...
-Cheese Cookery
Welsh Rarebit - Cheese Aigrettes - Gruyere Patties - Golden Buck - Cheese Fondu - College Creams - Cheese D'artois
-2. Welsh Rarebit
Required : Half a pound of Cheddar cheese. One teaspoonful of made mustard. Two tablespoonfuls of ale or porter. Half an ounce of butter. Salt and pepper.
-Cheese Aigrettes
Required : Four ounces of flour. Half a pint of cold water. One ounce of butter. Two eggs. Three ounces of grated cheese (Parmesan is best). A little salt, ...
-Gruyere Patties
Required: Three-quarters of a pound of short or puff pastry. Three ounces of cooked macaroni. Four ounces of Gruyere cheese. One ounce of butter. Half an ounce ...
-2. Golden Buck
An American Recipe Required : Half a pound of cheese. Half a teaspoonful of salt. A quarter of a teaspoonful of pepper. Half a pint of milk. Six poached eggs.
-Cheese Fondu
Required : Three raw eggs. Three tablespoonfuls of milk, cream, or white wine. Three tablespoonfuls of grated cheese. One ounce of butter. Salt and pepper. ( ...
-College Creams (Cold)
Required : For the cheese pastry : Two ounces of flour. One yolk of egg. Two ounces of butter. Two ounces of cheese. Salt and cayenne. For the cream: One gill ...
-Cheese D'Artois
Required : A quarter of a pound of puff pastry. One ounce of butter. One and a quarter ounces of grated cheese. One small egg. Salt and cayenne. (Sufficient ...
-Foods In Season In February
Fish Bream Cod Crayfish Flounders Halibut Lobsters Mussels Plaice Skate Lemon soles Sprats Whiting Brill Cod's-roe Dory Gurnet Hake Mackerel Oysters Salmon ( ...
-Cornets A La Parma
Required : Half a pound of ground almonds. Half a pound of castor sugar. Four ounces of flour. About three whites of eggs. Vanilla and lemon-juice. A pot of ...
-Praline Souffle
Required : Three eggs. Three ounces of castor sugar. Quarter of an ounce of leaf gelatine. One and a half ounces of good chocolate. Two ounces of almond-rock.
-Gateau D'Ananas
Required : One tin of pineapple. One stale sponge-cake. Two ounces of angelica. Two ounces of glace cherries. Castor sugar to taste. Liqueur, wine, or fruit ...
-2. Banana Trifle
Required : Four bananas. Quarter of a pound of ratafias. Quarter of a pound of macaroons. Two ounces of glace cherries. Angelica and a few pistachio nuts. A ...
-Rum Omelet
Required: Four eggs. One tablespoonful of castor sugar. One ounce of butter. A little jam. About three tablespoonfuls of rum. Break the eggs carefully, ...
-Thrifty Pudding
Required : Six ounces of cake and biscuit crumbs. Three eggs. Two tablespoonfuls of jam or marmalade. Two ounces of sugar. Half a grated nutmeg. About one and ...
-Apple Hedgehog
Required: Six large baking apples. Three ounces of moist sugar. Two ounces of sweet almonds. Red-currant jelly. The rind of half a lemon. Two cloves. Peel, ...
-3. Landlord And Tenant
Restrictive Covenants - What is Meant by Waste - Quest of Property - The Tenant Who Will Not Pay - Registration of Land - Its Value as a Safeguard - How to ...
-The Graceful Art Of Roller Skating
This is the first of a series of articles by Miss Gladys Ingram, one of the best-known and most 'proficient lady roller skaters of the day. Miss Ingram was a ...
-The Graceful Art Of Roller Skating. Continued
The Forward Outside Edge So far, so good. Having mastered the ordinary walk round, the skater should next commence to learn the forward outside edge, which is ...
-Mow To Make, Book-Carriers
Useful and Pretty Covers in Linen - Designs for Embroidery - Conventional Patterns - Variety of Stitches - Floral Designs Book-lovers always care for their ...
-4. Types Of Beautiful Children
Blossoms Of Spring Photo, Rita Martin
-Living Statuary
A New Idea for a Children's Party at Trifling Cost of Time and Money - How to Mutilate a Statue - Nursery Rhyme Statuary - The Accessories Required - Lighting ...
-Living Statuary. Continued
Mutilated bust. Black stockings are drawn over the arms to the required height The light can be thrown on the stage from the front alone, which gives a most ...
-6. The Home Kindergarten
Associate of the National Health Society Continued from page 3239, Part 27
-What A Child Can Do With Bricks
Gift 4 and How to Use It - The Importance of Conversa-tion During a Lesson - Balance and Motion Explained - Gifts 5 and 6 Explained A table and two chairs A ...
-Why We Feel Tired
A Common Experience - Tired Feeling the Result of Physiological Sins - Payment of the Bill - Fresh Air as a Cure - Regular Food - When there is Real Reason for ...
-12. Home Nursing. The Nursing Of Infants
Care Required by a Sick Child - Precautions to Take on the First Signs of Illness - Convulsions - Intestinal Conditions - Obstruction - The Infant's Bed for ...
-Bandaging The Head
Wounds or burns about the scalp or forehead must be kept in place by means of the roller bandage. This is applied in the following way : Bandaging the head.
-5. Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. The Badly Behaved Child
Education of the Parent - The Persistently Naughty Child - Diet and Irritability - Eyesight and Nerves out of Order - The Abolition of Punishment - The Seven ...
-19. Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Pyaemia, or Blood Poisoning , as it is sometimes called, is an acute disease which is remarkable for the irregularity of the temperature. Instead of remaining ...
-Famous Religious Pictures
A picture instinct with reverence and full of symbolic meaning From the painting by Sybil Parker By Permisssion of the Berlin Photographic Co.
-Women And Practical Christianity - Christian Work Among The Navvies
Continued front page 3917, Part 32 The Heart of the Mission - Enthusiasm of the Members - A Pension Fund - Construction Work in Canada - Builders of the Empire ...
-Religion And Motherhood Sayings By Two Famous Divines
Dr. Cosmo Gordon Lang (Archbishop of York) : Oh, you queens, you queens ! If you understood how great is your power, if you only realised that something has ...
-Woman In Her Garden. A Conservatory
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society The Conservatory as an Adjunct to the Dwelling-house - What to Grow - Garden Flowers in the Conservatory - Flowering and ...
-Woman In Her Garden. A Conservatory. Continued
Among annual flowers for the conservatory, mignonette will always be one of the most popular, so that the culture of this flower in pots is worth careful ...
-4. Fruit Culture For Profit
Author of Small Holding, for Women, Flower Culture for Profit etc. Pears as a Profitable Crop - The Best Varieties - Cost of Nursery Trees - Plums and Their ...
-Manx Cats
Author of The Book of the Cat Cats for Pleasure and Profit Quaint Ideas as to the Origin of the Breed - The Cat in the Ark - How to Know a Genuine Manx Cat - ...
-Chinese Paradise Fish
A Beautiful Tropical Fish for a Small Aquarium - Its Appearance - The Best Form of Aquarium How to Rear and Feed the Young Of all the tropical fish imported ...
-The Child Handel
The father of Handel, a physician, 'was so averse to his son learning music that he would not allow him to go to school. A friend, however, smuggled a ...
-The Art Of Singing
The following article has been specially contributed to Every Woman's Encyclopaedia by Madame Marie Brema, the world-famous vocalist, one of the few English- ...
-The Art Of Singing. Part 2
The best way to learn to do this is to practise yawning, and uttering a deep, low groan. By doing this, the root of the tongue and the uvula are kept quite ...
-The Art Of Singing. Part 3
Choice Of Songs In order to obtain the right expression of the features, I always advocate the use of the mirror, and make my pupils sing in front of it. There ...
-Musical Culture For Concert Lovers
Hearing Music Intelligently a Matter of Education - The Concerto and its History - The Symphony -What is Meant by a Suite - Chamber Music - The Rise of the ...
-The Treatment of a Fireplace Recess
A Corridor Problem and How to Solve It - Possibilities of the Oak Chest - Windows and Their Furnishing - How to Find the Best Place for Everything However well ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Old Leeds Pottery
Author of How to Identify Old China and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain The Beginnings of the Leeds Pottery - The Earliest Makers - Their Catalogues - ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Old Leeds Pottery. Part 2
Blue printed ware of the willow pattern order was made at Leeds, and this factory is said to have produced finer specimens than any other English makers. The ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Old Leeds Pottery. Part 3
contimted from page 4208, part 35 The Management of Heating Apparatus - How to Lay and Light a Fire Successfully - On Keeping up a Fire - A Popular Fallacy - ...
-The Romance Of Old China - Old Leeds Pottery. Part 4
Hot-Water Apparatus The management of hot-water systems involves a minimum of trouble. Stoking should be done at regular intervals to ensure an equable ...
-Tasteful Furnishing At Small Cost - The Dining-Room
Refinement, not Costliness - Well-chosen Colour Schemes - Treatment of the Walls - Use of Canvas Panels - Possibilities of Brown Paper - Ingle Nooks - Old ...
-The Garland Design
An Emblem of Rejoicing - Nature's Garlands - The Garland in Needlework - Methods of Working Embroidery on Net - Ribbon Work in Garland Designs There is a ...
-Fancy Waistcoats
Wide Choice of Materials - A Waistcoat in Tricot Stitch - Canvas Foundations for Work - Simplicity of Designs - Colourings - For Warm Weather Wear - How to ...
-Flowers In Florestore For Millinery
The Charm of a Crochet Flower Spray - Hats on which Florestore Flowers Look Well - Forget-me-nots. Marguerites, and Campanulas - Instructions for Working A ...
-Woman's Dress. Furs
There is a seductive grace in the effect of fur-trimmed chiffon which is unobtainable with any other materials. Perhaps it is the incongruity of the alliance ...
-Home-Made Juliet Caps
The Lasting Charm of the Juliet Cap - Materials to Use - How to Make the Necessary Measurements - Securing the Mesh in Position - The Use of Pearls and Gold ...
-On Muffs
The Usefulness of the Muff - The Choice of a Muff - Furs Suitable for Making Muffs - Cost of Various Peltries - The Englishwoman and Her Muff - The Ancestry of ...
-The Velvet Neckband
A Delightful Dress Accessory, Reminiscent of the Days of Powder and Patches - Suggestions for Decorating the Band - Old-world Flowers - Moss Rose - Violets - ...
-2. Practical Lessons In Drafting And Dresscutting
Examiner in Dressmaking, Tailoring, French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery of the Teaches in Training at the University College of South ...
-Drafting A Sleeve
Taking the Measures - Drafting a Pattern for a Sleeve - Alteration of Stock Patterns The following sleeve measures must be taken : 1. Round Armhole. This ...
-Beautiful Women In History. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
The Kit-cat Club was in session. They had dined. Marlborough, in mighty peruke, sat well-fed and thinking in his shifty way., Addison, warmed by company, ...
-Beautiful Women In History. Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Continued
' I am in great danger, she writes, of losing the English language, i live in a place that very well represents 1 he Tower of Babel. My grooms are Arabs; my ...
-Exercises That Bring Grace Amd Beauty
Indian CLUBS - No. 3 By Beatrice E. Bear Fellow of the Gymnastic Teachers Institute, Member of the British College of Physical Education Consecutive Circles ...
-Exercises That Bring Grace Amd Beauty. Part 2
The following symbols, to denote the position of the shoulders, will be used in describing these consecutive circles : - Shoulders square. / Shoulders half- ...
-Exercises That Bring Grace Amd Beauty. Part 3
After completing the Back Twists, the arms must be straightened upwards and directed slightly forwards before starting the Front Swings. It will be noticed ...
-Children. Dancing The One-Step
Origin of the One-step - Why It Is Popular - Three Variations - Two Exercises for Helping to Teach Children The one-step is derived from the two-step, and, to ...
-Children. Dancing The One-Step. Continued
This popular dance appeals to children quite as much as to grown-ups, and I find that it is a great help in teaching children to give them two simple exercises ...
-7. The Home Kindergarten '
Stick, Ring, and Thread Laying - How to Use the Sticks - A Gradual Introduction to Reading and Arithmetic - How Designs May be Made Permanent - The Educational ...
-18. Girls' Christian Names
Selima, (Arabic) - Peace. Selma (Scottish) - Fair. Sempronia (Latin) - Well-learned. Mother of the two Gracchi, Tiberius and Caius. Septima (Latin) - Seventh ...
-A Royal Love Match
A Royal Love Match - A Mischievous Princess - An Astonished Donkey - Royal Anglers - The Sports, and Hobbies of Princess Maud - The Secret of Her Charm ...
-Surnames And Their Story
How Names Originated - Place Names - Sire-names - Trade Names and Nicknames - Names Derived from Official Positions - How Names Have Changed in the Course of ...
-Women And Orders Of Chivalry
Orders of Chivalry Founded by Women - The Oldest of Such Orders - A Queen's Memorial of Her Friend - The Order of the Star Cross - The Order of the Bee - Of ...
-8. Love Scenes In Pictures
Country Neighbours From the painting by Jean Aubert By permission of the Berlin photographic Co.
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 31. Leon Gambetta And Leonie Leon
By my opinions, by my political actions, I wish to secure the supremacy of the people ... to restore and establish the doctrine, rights, vindications, and even ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 31. Leon Gambetta And Leonie Leon. Part 2
Anarchy And Love And perhaps he would have succeeded in relieving Paris had only Bazaine co-operated with him from Metz. But Bazaine would not; he refused to ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. Leon Gambetta And Leonie Leon. Part 3
Cupid Or Plato? But Gambetta refused to be renounced. He pleaded with her long, deaf to her protests, until at last she agreed to seal with him a bond of ...
-3. Language Of Flowers
Japan Rose - Beauty is your only charm. Japoniea - Unexpected happiness. Jasmine (White) - Amiability. Jasmine (Cape) - Transport of joy. Jasmine (Carolina) - ...
-Women Organisers Of Children's Care Committees
Author of The Girts Encyclopedia The Home Training of Children The Golden Book of Youth, etc. Work that Makes an Appeal to Many Women - Watchful Care of Poor ...
-Women Organisers Of Children's Care Committees. Continued
Here, for instance, is a child who is shortsighted, and for whom the medical inspector orders spectacles. The parents see the doctor, and though they are told ...
-Goat-Farming For Women
Author of Poultry Fanning for Women etc. The Economic and Medicinal Value of Goat's Milk - The Goat as a Small-holder's Asset - Goats in Confinement and at ...
-How To Run An "Antique" Shop
Choosing a Locality - Securing Stock - Trading with Dealers - Profits to be Made The latest craze in society is to run an antique shop. Almost every week fresh ...
-The Fascination Of The Woman Of Forty
The Subtle Attraction of the Older Woman - The Limitations of the Butterfly - The Comrade Woman - Magnetic Personality - The Perfect Friendship ' Che has grey ...
-Wives Of Famous Men Mary, Katherine, And Elizabeth Milton
It is an odd little joke of Fate that Milton, the great seer, who, in Paradise Lost, set out - to use his own words - to justify the ways of God to men, should ...
-Plain Girl
The Influence of Beauty - Happiness and Beauty - The Snare of Mere Good Looks - The Spoilt Beauty and Her Limitations - The Plain but Attractive Girl - Her ...
-Plain Girl. Part 2
And while she walks the path which so often leads to disillusionment in her own life and in the lives of others, her plain-looking sister, reared to face the ...
-Plain Girl. Part 3
Before And After Marriage It is sometimes said that a woman is not worth looking at after she is thirty years of age, but very often she is not worth speaking ...
-What We Should Eat To Keep Well
The Perfect Food - Fat Foods - How Fat May be Given - Value of Jam - Eggs and Cheese-how the Housewife may Provide Economically The housewife should carefully ...
-Health Amd Hygiene In The Nursery. Two Cold Weather Nursery Ills
Chilblains and How to Prevent Them - The Proper Diet - Remedies for the Nursery - Toothache- The Need for Visits to the Dentist - Measures to Relieve Pain If a ...
-Baby's Second Year. 2. Diet From One To Two Years Of Age
Importance of Milk in a Child's Diet - Danger of Too Much Starch - Timetable for Meals - The Right Fruits for Young Children - Necessity of Unbroken Sleep at ...
-13. Home Nursing. The Nursing Of Elderly People
Bodily Changes in Old Age - Ailments to Which the Aged are Liable - Bronchitis - Suitable Diet - A Few Recipes for Appetising Delicacies - Nursing Hints In old ...
-Princess Victoria Louise Of Prussia
The remark is often made that while the Kaiser is ruler of the German Empire, his daughter, Princess Victoria Louise, rules her autocratic father. This is ...
-Lady Lugard
As Miss Flora Shaw, Lady Lugard, who at present resides in Hong Kong - her husband having been appointed Governor and Commander-in-chief of Hong Kong in 1907 - ...
-Lady Alexander
Much of the success of the popular actor-manager Sir George Alexander is undoubtedly due to his talented wife, who has always superintended what might be ...
-Madame Mathilde Kchessinska
Co great is Madame Kchessinska's fame as a dancer in Russia that the special title of Soloist to H.i.m. the Tsar has been officially given to her. At one time ...
-Miss Felicia Lyne
The annals of the stage contain many remarkable stories of successes achieved behind the footlights in a single night ; but it is doubtful if there is a more ...
-Mrs. Florence L. Barclay
Because her first famous book, The Rosary, which in little less than two years achieved the prodigious sale of 350,000 copies, was issued by an American firm ...
-Mlle. Helen Miropowlski
In November, 1908, at the Paris Court of Assizes, there was a strange scene. A woman stood on trial for one of those crimes passionnels which are so frequent ...
-3. The Triumph Of Woman
Causes which have Inspired Women Speakers - Feminine Pastors and Preachers - Composers, Executants and Queens of Song - The Woman Doctor and Her Work - ...
-Women Speakers
In our own land we find examples of the triumphs of women as public speakers in the calm, dignified, and yet impassioned utterances of the late Mrs. Josephine ...
-Queens Of Song
As queens of song, the triumphs of women began possibly with Miriam and Deborah. Throughout the ages the voices of women have been raised in unison with men.
-Lady Doctors
The entrance of women into the medical profession next claims our attention, and even as we write comes the news that a woman has at length been elected a ...
-Chemists And Nurses
From time immemorial women have handled the mortar and pestle in compounding culinary things, and now it is coming to be realised that they make excellent ...
-3. Heroines Of History
The Maid Of Saragossa in Spain hardly a town of importance and antiquity - and most of the cities of Spain are ancient - but has its story of a miraculous ...
-Silver Wedding Cakes
Celebrating the Twenty-fifth Wedding Anniversary - The Silver Wedding Cake - Two Recipes How to Ice and Ornament the Cakes The celebration of the twenty-fifth ...
-A Rich Cake
Rich cakes should always be made some time before they are required for use, therefore two or three weeks before the all-important date is none too early to ...
-A Sultana Cake
For those who prefer a plainer cake this mixture can be used. Required : One pound of flour. Half a pound of butter. Half a pound of castor sugar. Half a pound ...
-Icing The Cake
Having made and baked the cake, leave it until cold, then cut off the top so as to make it level, trim off any burnt part, and brush off all loose crumbs. Then ...
-2. Lenten Fare
A Salad of Fish - Lobster Cake - Savoury Eggs with Salad - Steamed Cod Steak - Brill a la Marietta - Tomato Pie - Potatoes a la Maitre d' Hotel
-A Salad Of Fish
Required : Half a pound of any kind of cold, cooked fish. Three hard-boiled eggs. One or two lettuces. Three filleted anchovies. Tartare sauce. (Sufficient for ...
-Lobster Cake
Required: Half a pound of lobster, fresh or tinned. Half a pound of breadcrumbs. Two eggs. Half an ounce of butter. Half a pint of milk. Salt and pepper. ( ...
-Savoury Eggs With Salad
Required : Three hard-boiled eggs. One ounce of butter. Anchovy paste or essence to taste. Two teaspoonfuls of cream. Salt and pepper. One or two lettuces. A ...
-Steamed Cod Steak
Required: A steak of cod weighing about one and a half to two pounds. A little butter. Salad of Fish. A Lenten dish that is nourishing, and that may take the ...
-Brill A La Marietta
Required : About two pounds of brill. Half a dozen button mushrooms. Three-quarters of a pint of Bechamel sauce. A few fleurons. (Sufficient for six or seven.) ...
-Tomato Pie
Required: Three-quarters of a pound of rough puff pastry. Quarter of a pound of macaroni. Two tablespoonfuls of chopped parsley. Two tablespoonfuls of chopped ...
-Potatoes A La Maitre D'Hotel
Required: Cold boiled potatoes (about a pound). Four tablespoonfuls of milk. Two tablespoonfuls of butter. Salt and pepper. Chopped parsley. The juice of half ...
-The Possibilities Of Winter Vegetables
Classes of Vegetables, and How to Select Them - Preparation of Vegetables - Jersey Fritters - Seakale with White Sauce - Spinach - Salsify Fritters - ...
-Jersey Fritters
Required : Two pounds of large potatoes. Two eggs. Two tablespoonfuls of breadcrumbs. Two tablespoonfuls of grated lean ham. One teaspoonful of chopped parsley.
-Seakale, With White Sauce
Required : One pound of seakale. Boiling water. Salt. Three-quarters of a pint of good white sauce. A little chopped parsley. (Sufficient for four.) Trim off ...
-2. Spinach
Unless spinach is very carefully prepared and neatly arranged it is most unappetising alike to sight and taste. As it is one of the most wholesome vegetables, ...
-Salsify Fritters
Salsify somewhat resembles a white carrot, and its flavour is said to resemble that of oysters. Required : One and a half pounds of salsify. A little lemon- ...
-A Cassolette Of Mixed Vegetables
Required : Two pounds of boiled potatoes. One egg and two extra yolks. A teacupful of cooked carrot balls. A teacupful of cooked turnip balls. A few small ...
-Carrot Souffles
Required: A large bunch of carrots. One ounce of butter. One ounce of flour. Three eggs. Salt, pepper, and nutmeg. (Sufficient for six.) Scrape the carrots and ...
-Foods In Season. In March
Fish Bream Cod's roe Dory Gurnet Halibut Mackerel Oysters Skate Smelts Lemon soles Trout Whitebait Brill Crabs Eels Haddock Herrings Mullet (red) Plaice ...
-To Boil An Ox Tongue
Required : A pickled tongue. A bunch of herbs. Cold water. Put the tongue into cold water, and let it soak for three hours. Then put it into a pan of cold ...
-Ox Tail En Casserole
Required : One large ox tail. Two ounces of butter or beef dripping. Four ounces of lean bacon or ham, or trimmings of either can be used. One small onion. One ...
-Rissoles Of Meat
Required: Half a pound of any cold meat. Half a gill of stock. Half an ounce of dripping. One teaspoonful of flour. One small onion. A dust of nutmeg. Pepper ...
-Scotch Haggis
Required: A sheep's pluck. Suet. A pound of onions. Half a pound of oatmeal. Salt and pepper. A teaspoonful of powdered sweet herbs. Stock. A sheep's paunch. ( ...
-Exeter Stew
Required: Two pounds of beef steak. One large carrot and turnip. Two onions. One ounce of butter or beef dripping. One bunch of herbs. Salt and pepper. Half a ...
-2. Veal Cutlets A La Provencale
Required: Six or eight neat cutlets. One ounce of butter. A slice of ham for each cutlet. One gill of tomato pulp. one teaspoonful of chopped onion. Glaze.
-Sheep's Head Pie
Required : One sheep's head. One set of trotters. Four hard-boiled eggs. Half a pound of ham or bacon. One tablespoonful of chopped pat -ley. Salt and pepper.
-Veal pudding
Required: Two pounds of lean veal. Four ounces of ham. Two hard-boiled eggs. One teaspoonful of grated lemon-rind. One teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Three- ...
-Steak-And-Oyster Pudding
Required : One and a half pounds of steak. Twelve oysters. Pepper and salt. Half a pound of beef suet. One pound of flour. One teaspoonful of baking-powder.
-Wills
The Popular Belief as to Will-making - The Rule in Former Days and in Modern France - The Unrestricted Power of the Testator - When Wills were Governed by ...
-Practical Christianity - The Story Of The Women's University Settlement
A Wonderful Organisation - Helping the Children of the Poor - What the Settlement Really is - History and Progress - Miss Helen Gladstone as Warden - ...
-Practical Christianity - The Story Of The Women's University Settlement. Continued
In the early days, however, the headquarters of the settlement, 44, Nelson Square, Blackfriars, only accommodated the head and four residents. Additional ...
-Why I Love The Cello
To the many girls and women who are desirous of using their musical gifts to the best advantage in a professional sense, the encouraging words of Miss May ...
-Famous Women Writers - Elizabeth Robins
Among literary women Miss Elizabeth Robins, in the opinion of many, takes the most prominent place. She has written several books of great ability, and one, ...
-Where To Study Music - The London College Of Music
A College of World-wide Influence - Its Peculiar Advantages for Busy People - Courses for Teachers -Lessons by Correspondence - Fees, and Classes of ...
-Motoring For Women
The Simplicity of the Modern Motor-car - Cost - Cheap Cars - Points to Consider - The Parts of a Car Explained nowadays it is a truism to say that nothing in ...
-Marquetry
An Inexpensive and Easily Learned Art - The Woods to Use How to Obtain Materials - Cost-the Processes of Marquetry Staining - Black and White Marquetry - ...
-How To Grow Ferns
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society The Value of Ferns - How to Sow Spores - Pricking Off - Propagation by Offsets and Bulbils Crown Division-rhizomatous ...
-French Gardening For Women
Author of Small Holdings for Women, Flower Culture for Profit, etc. Only a Small Garden Needed - The Qualifications Necessary - Prospects Plainly Put - Choice ...
-Curious Foreign Dogs
Breeder and Exhibitor The Friend of Man - Why He Deserves His Name - Dogs of Distant Lands - America's Own Terrier - The Brussels Griffon and His Family - One ...
-Curious Foreign Dogs. Continued
The antiquity of the breed is undoubted. Watteau, Kneller, Vandyck knew it well, and painted it repeatedly ; but the Roman villas of Pompeii housed it long ...
-How I Take Care Of My Hair
Mlle. Aline Vallandri, the famous Cantatrice, who has the Most Wonderful Hair in Europe, tells her Secrets to an Interviewer for Every Woman's Encyclopaedia It ...
-2. Beauty Adorned
Ornaments and Their Place - Jewellery and Its Uses - The Attraction of the Fan OrnameNts should be to a dress precisely what the finishing touches are to a ...
-Indian Clubs
Fellow of the Gymnastic Teachers Institute; Member of the British College 0/ Physical Education a g' b a No. 20: 1. 1/2A 1/2M 2. 1/2M 1/2L 3. 1/2L 1/2A 4.B Fig.
-Beautiful Women In History. The Lovely Duchess Of Tyrconnel
Of all the brilliant, beautiful women who made the glory of the Stuart Courts at Whitehall, none was more lovely than Frances Jennings, sister to the first ...
-3. The Art Of Hairdressing. Two Pompadour Dressings
Diploma of Honour at the Paris Exhibition. Coiffeur by Appointment to H.m. the Queen. A Favourite Style - How to Avoid a Hard Effect - Value of the Pompadour ...
-5. Famous Love Scenes In Pictures
A Cloud Of Witnesses From the painting by W. Strutt By permission of the Berlin Photographic Co.
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 32. John Constable, R.a
There is nothing thrilling or romantic in the love story of John Constable. It is quite, quite ordinary. But then, delirious, wonderful adventures are not ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 32. John Constable, R.a. Part 2
And, indeed, it seemed as though it would, for Maria's reply to his earnest entreaty, though discreet, was certainly encouraging. I dare not suffer myself to ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 32. John Constable, R.a. Part 3
Yes, the lovers still could keep only secret trysts. Mr. Bicknell's fear of Dr. Rhudde remained unabated; he dared not admit the artist to his house. Constable ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 32. John Constable, R.a. Part 4
It is a very good thing that this is so; and the girl or man who looks the matter straight in the face is really glad to have the opportunity of knowing ...
-The Girl Who Waits For A "Grande Passion"
The Idealist who Fails to Realise her Vision - Is it Necessary to Fall in Love in Order to Marry? The Nature Capable of a Great Passion is Rare - In Love with ...
-6. The Language Of Flowers
By Lydia O'shea Lemon Blossoms - Fidelity in love. Lent Lily - Sweet disposition, also regard. Another name for the daffodil, which flowers during Lent. Lichen ...
-German Applique Work
An Ever Popular and Adaptable Form of Fancy-work - Materials and Method of Working - How an Artistic Splasher can be Made - A Charming Design for a Basket - An ...
-Hairpin Work
Origin of Hairpin Work - Materials Required - The Lace Effects that may be Produced - Threads and Silks - Some Effective Stitches Someone of an inventive turn ...
-Hairpin Work. Continued
Another pattern is the double hairpin stitch, which varies from the ordinary stitch by working two double crochet stitches into the left-hand loop, as depicted ...
-Ornamental Ribbon Trimming
Effective Dress Trimmings that Can be Made at Home - Cuffs Made from Satin Ribbon and Insertion - Materials Required - Instructions for Working A New and ...
-"Hoar Frost" Trimmings
New Effects for Evening Gowns - An Easily Worked Trimming - Silver Gauze Flowers, and How to Make Them - An Ideal Millinery Flower - A Hoar Frost Gown Charming ...
-Dress - Millinery Fruit
How to Make Apples, Plums, Oranges, Grapes, and Cherries for Hat Decoration - Use of Velvet and Satin - Imitating Nature with a Needle - Colour - Suggestions ...
-Dress - Practical Lessons In Home Dressmaking
Examiner in Dressmaking, Tailoring, French Pattern Modelling, Plain Needlework and Millinery of the Teachers in Training at the University College of South ...
-The Alteration Of A Sleeve And Bodice
The Necessary Measures to Take - How to Shorten a Sleeve - To Make a Sleeve Pattern Narrower - Alteration of a Bodice Pattern To Shorten a Sleeve Pattern from ...
-The Art Of Home Making
On Choosing Furniture - The Kinds of Finish Suitable for Different Woods - The Importance of a Harmonious Scheme of Decoration - General Hints on Walls and ...
-The Art Of Home Making. Continued
No choice of furniture will be really satisfactory unless the treatment of the walls, floors, hangings, etc., be carried out so that they all will be in ...
-The Choice And Cam Of Household - Linen
Various Methods of Marking Linen-ink versus Cotton Marking - Weekly Allowances for a Household - Disinfecting of Linen During Illness Marking Of Linen All ...
-The First Home
The Atmosphere of a True Home - Many Houses, but Few Homes - Delights of Furnishing the First Home - A Room of Tender Memories - The Blind Eyes and Deaf Ears ...
-The Sancity Of Marriage. Countess Of Chichester
In an age of mental and spiritual unrest, when even the most hallowed and ancient of Institutions are submitted to criticism, It is well to read the words of ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands - A Chinese Marriage
The Professional Matchmaker - Presents of a Live Pig, or Goose and Gander - The Bridal Procession - Picturesque Ceremonial in China is of two kinds, one in ...
-Marriage - The Promise To Obey
Author of How to be Happy Though Married etc., etc. Queen Victoria's Promise to Obey - Disobeying a Husband for His Good - The Strongest Argument for Omitting ...
-I) Marriage - The First Sorrow
Love and Happiness - The Crowning Joy of Life - When the Great Trial Comes - Sorrow that Binds Two Hearts More Firmly Life can be a stream of perfect happiness ...
-The British Ambassadress In Rome
A Favoured Post - A Geographical Expression - England's Valued Friendship - The Embassy - Its Garden Parties - Our Representatives - The Season in Rome - Court ...
-The British Ambassadress In Rome. Continued
White and gold are the Papal colours, and they are treated with great deference. When the Holy Father re-entered Rome after the revolution of 1850 he was ...
-The Music Shop
A Business in Which Many Women Might Succeed - The Tuner a Necessary Assistant - Qualities Which Make for Success - How to Charm Customers - The Best Way of ...
-Ladies' Hairdressing as a Profession
Premises in a County Town - Furnishing and Fitting - Advice on Conducting the Business - Profits and Prospects In a small county town it may be possible to ...
-Manicure and Face Massage
How to Work up a Business in Town or Country - How to Prepare Creams, Lotions, Bath Salts, etc. - Prices to Charge - The Cost of Starting a Business - Some ...
-The Dangers Of Boredom
Too Little to Do the Cause of Boredom - Nature's Punishment - The Dangers of the Condition - The Right to Work - Dissatisfaction With Oneself - How to Escape ...
-Medical - Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. Better Breathing For Boys And Girls
The Neglected Art of Deep Breathing - Its Value in the Early Stages of Tuberculosis and Adenoids - Necessity of Pure Fresh Air - Rules - Some Simple Exercises - ...
-14. Home Nursing. Nursing Convalescents
Danger of Slackness in Nursing During Convalescence - Progress Must be Gradual - Importance of Rest - Prevention of Chill - Diet as Important in Convalescence ...
-14. Home Nursing. Nursing Convalescents. Continued
After scarlet fever, for instance, a chill will produce some kidney complications which may be more serious than the original disease. When the patient reaches ...
-Medical - Common Aiilments And Their Treatment
Scarlet Fever, or Scarlatina, is one of the commonest of the infectious fevers. It is particularly liable to attack children and young adults, and it spreads ...
-Miss Cecilia Loftus
The remarkable talent of Miss Cecilia Loftus is strikingly illustrated by the fact that she was taken direct from school and placed in the bill at the Oxford ...
-Madame Emma Calve
Undoubtedly one of Madame Calve's most striking characteristics is her warm-hearted generosity. Near her beautiful home - Chateau Cabrieres, Cevennes, France, ...
-The Duchess Of Somerset
Until the Duke of Norfolk's mar-riage, in 1904, the Duchess of Somerset held the rank of premier duchess, and filled the part with distinction at King Edward's ...
-The Marchioness Of Headfort
There are few more enthusiastic horsewomen and followers of the hounds than the Marchioness of Headfort, who, before her marriage to the Marquis, in 1901, was ...
-Miss Beatrice Harraden
It will probably surprise many readers to learn I that Miss Beatrice Harraden does not consider her best work to be that famous book Ships that Pass in the ...
-Lady Willingdon
The youngest daughter of Lord Brassey by his T first marriage, Lady Willingdon has earned much popularity as a political hostess. As a matter of fact, she has ...
-Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt
It will probably surprise many people to learn I that Mrs. Roosevelt was married to the ex-president of America in London. The ceremony took place at St.
-4. The Triumph Of Woman
A Mischievous Mistranslation - Why Women Succeed on Local Government Boards - The Ministering Angel of Pauperdom - A Woman Political Economist - Women on the ...
-4. The Triumph Of Woman. Part 2
Mrs. Sidney Webb, a prominent worker in the field of social philanthropy and reform, and a keen upholder of the famous Minority Report of the Poor Law ...
-4. The Triumph Of Woman. Part 3
It was an easy deduction from the governess to the school board member, and although old-fashioned people might have preferred an advisory committee of ladies ...
-Women And Practical Christianity - Distressed Gentlefolks' Aid Association
Uncomplaining Poverty - How the Association was Started - Its Aims and Ideals - A Pathetic Budget - The Beneficiaries he saddest of all poverty is that which ...
-5. Types Of Beautiful Children
Somebody's Darling Photo, Rita Martin
-Children. An Interview With Lady Henry Somerset
Lady Henry Somerset is one of the most prominent of our social philanthropic workers, and as an authority on the subject of the welfare and training of girls, ...
-Showlng Children The Wonders Of The World
How to Make Study a Pleasure - The Encouragement of an Inquiring Mind - What can be Learnt by the Aid of a Small Magnifying Glass - The Telescope - Nature ...
-Showlng Children The Wonders Of The World. Part 2
The older children will take to microscopic work with amazing zest and ability if you give them a little encouragement. A child's microscope is a very ...
-Showlng Children The Wonders Of The World. Part 3
By Mrs. F. Nevill Jackson Author of A History of Hand-made Lace Needlework an Educative Factor in the Training of Children - The Value of Plain Needlework in ...
-Recipes For Mid-Lent - Simnel Cake And Furmenty
Not the least interesting of ancient customs still surviving in England is the observance of mid-lent, or Mothering Sunday, as it is called. On this day it ...
-An Old-Fashioned Simnel Cake
Required: Half a pound of butter. Three-quarters of a pound of flour. Half a pound of currants. Half a pound of peel. Quarter of a pound of almonds. Six ounces ...
-A Modern Simnel Cake
Required: Six ounces of butter. Nine ounces of flour. One pound of currants. Five ounces of mixed peel. Two ounces of almonds. Six ounces of castor sugar. Four ...
-For Almond Icing
See Every Woman's Encyclopaedia, Vol. 1, page 395.
-A Bowl Of Furmenty
Required: One teacupful of prepared wheat-grains. One quart of milk. Two ounces of stoned raisins. Two ounces of cleaned currants. Two ounces of loaf sugar.
-Meatless Menus For Lent
People too often look upon fasting as something entirely to do with the ritual of religion, or they imagine that it has only to do with self-denial of ...
-Breakfast Dish
Fishless Kedgeree Required: Two ounces of rice. Four ounces of haricot or butter beans Four ounces of dried peas. One onion. One ounce of butter. One ounce of ...
-Luncheon Dishes
Welsh Rarebit Required: Four ounces of hard, dry, Cheddar cheese. One ounce of butter. One ounce of proteid food. One tablespoonful of milk. For flavouring (if ...
-Sweet
Buckwheat Cakes Required: One teacupful of buckwheat meal. One and a quarter cupfuls of milk. One ounce of proteid food. Vegetable butter. Maple syrup. Two ...
-Apricot Fritters In Pastry
Required: A small tin of apricots. Any scraps of pastry. Castor sugar. Roll out the pastry rather thin. Choose a plain or fancy cutter, a size larger than the ...
-Smyrna Pudding
Required: A round sponge cake. One pound of dried figs. One pint of hot water. Half a pound of loaf sugar. The juice and rind of a lemon. One inch of cinnamon.
-Surprise Pudding
Required: One quart of milk. Two ounces of loaf sugar. One inch of cinnamon. Four large tablespoonfuls of cornflour. Jam. Sponge cake. Well-flavoured cold ...
-Apricot Souffle
Required: One gill of milk. Three-quarters of an ounce of leaf gelatine. Three eggs and one extra white. Two ounces of castor sugar. One gill of apricot puree.
-Tapioca And Rhubarb Pudding
Required: One and a half pints of water. A quarter of a pound of loaf sugar. The rind of one lemon. Three tablespoonfuls of tapioca. One pound of rhubarb.
-Flavoured Creams
Required: Half a pint of cream. Two tablespoonfuls of sugar. Vanilla, lemon-juice, or brandy to taste. Whip the cream till thick enough to nearly hang on the ...
-Chocolate Souffle
Required: Three whole eggs and one extra white. Four ounces of good chocolate. One ounce of butter. Three-quarters of an ounce of flour. Half an ounce of ...
-Rice And Fruit Mould
Required: One quart of milk. Five ounces of rice. Two and a half ounces of castor sugar. Two teaspoonfuls of vanilla. Tinned apricots or peaches. Half a pint ...
-The A B C Of Cold Meat Cookery
The reason why rechauffes are so frequently unpopular is because but little care is taken to master principles and the few simple rules which bring success.
-Shepherd's Pie
Required: One and a half pounds of meat of any kind. Two pounds of cooked potatoes-three-quarters of a pint of good gravy. Three tablespoonfuls of chopped ...
-Beef Or Mutton A L'ltalienne
Required: About half a pound of cold beef or mutton. Two tomatoes. One ounce of butter or good dripping. Half an ounce of flour. Three ounces of macaroni. Half ...
-Mutton And Spaghetti Croquettes
Required: Three-quarters of a pound of cooked mutton. One ounce of butter or good dripping. Half an ounce of flour. Half a pint of stock. Two teaspoonfuls of ...
-Stewed Knuckle Of Mutton A La Bourgeoise
Required: The knuckle end of a cooked leg of mutton. One large onion. Two large carrots. Two large turnips. Two ounces of cooked macaroni. Two teaspoonfuls of ...
-Tomatoes A L'Indienne
Required: About two teacupfuls of any cold curry. Half that quantity of curry rice. Six even-sized tomatoes. - Six neat rounds of toast or fried bread. ( ...
-Devilled Mutton
Required: Slices of cold mutton, about one pound. Oiled butter. Browned breadcrumbs. Lemon-juice. Salt, pepper, cayenne. Watercress. Chutney. (Sufficient for ...
-2. Wills
How Wills may be Revoked - Wills Destroyed by Angry Legatees - What is Meant by Being of Sound Mind - An Unusual but Valid Will - Wills Made Under Suspicious ...
-Growing Trees, Shrubs, And Plants From Layers
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society Different Ways of Layering - Tonguing and Ringing - Circumposition - Serpentine Layering Strangulation - Kinds of Trees ...
-2. French Gardening For Women
Author of Small Holdings for Women, Flower Culture for Profit, etc. Possibilities of a French Garden - Crops in the Open and Under Cover - Varieties and Crops ...
-2. French Gardening For Women. Continued
The French garden, to be productive, must be partly an ordinary market garden, assisted by its more patrician department, the land of the lights and cloches.
-Birds As Pets - The Canary
The Chief Varieties of Canaries and their Prices - The German Roller - How to Train a Singing Canary - The Feeding of Singing Birds - How to Teach a Canary a ...
-Pets - The Watch-Dog
The Qualities Needed in a Watch-dog - Breeds which Make Good Watch-dogs - How to Train a Pup - The Nervous Dog - A Dog which Climbed a Ladder - A Canny Scot ...
-Famous Pictures Painted By Women
Till The Final Harvest Hour From the painting by Marie Seymour Lucas. By permission of the Berlin Photographic Co.
-How I Write My Songs - Some Secrets Told By Madame Guy D'Hardelot
Composer of Because, The Dawn, I Hid My Love. etc. One of the most difficult questions which can be asked of any artist is How is it done? What is the secret ...
-How I Write My Songs - Some Secrets Told By Madame Guy D'Hardelot. Continued
My inability to write to order was never more strikingly demonstrated than by my song 1822, which has cost me more work than anything else in my life. It is a ...
-The Arts - Where To Study Art - The Metropolitan School Of Art, Dublin
The Foundation of the School - Industrial Side of Art Education - The Address to Queen Mary from the Women of Ireland - Enamelling and Metal-work - Embroidery, ...
-How To Arrange A Winter - Games Party
The Zoological Drawing Race - A Driving Race - Advertisement Guessing - Tailing the Manx Cat - Whistling Competitions - Candle-lighting Competition - Pin the ...
-How To Arrange A Winter - Games Party. Part 2
The competitors are blindfolded, and, having been each provided with a pin and tail, are turned round three times and directed to go forward and attempt to ...
-How To Arrange A Winter - Games Party. Part 3
A Difficult Task For the Scent and Smell Competition some twenty different bottles and decanters of every imaginative shape and size will be required, and ...
-17. Recreations
A Spirited Game A spirited game of football, carried out in wooden matches cut in lengths and gummed together in striking attitudes, is also illustrated. The ...
-Beautiful Women Of All Nations
An Austrian Beauty Photo, d'ora, Vienna.
-Tasteful Furnishing
Problem for Artistic House Decorators - The Character of the Landing - Appropriate Decoration for the Landing of a Small House - of a Large House - When ...
-House Cleaning
The Importance of House Cleaning - Methods in General Use - Why Spring Cleaning is Necessary - Substances Used in Cleaning - Soap - The Best Kinds of Soap - ...
-Home-Made Candle-Shades
An Easily Made Shade for Candles - Choice of Materials and Colours - The Combination of Colours - Lantern and Lamp Shades It is not always the most costly ...
-The Chintz Drawing-Room - Tasteful Furnishing At Small Cost
The Drawing-room to be Avoided - The Beauty of a Chintz Scheme - How to Carry it out successfully There is nothing more unsatisfactory than a room which is ...
-The Chintz Drawing-Room - Tasteful Furnishing At Small Cost. Continued
If ingle-seats are not liked, a cosy corner could be arranged in one corner of the room - rather a low, comfortable one for choice, with very little woodwork ...
-6. Famous Love Scenes In Pictures
A Question From the painting by E. Blair Leighton By permission of the Berlin Photographic Co
-True Love Stories Of Famous People. No. 33. Madame Roland, The Beautiful Queen Of The Gironde
In the middle of the eighteenth century, among the many jewellers' shops overlooking the Quai de l'horloge, stood one which bore the name of Pierre Gatien ...
-True Love Stories Of Famous People. Madame Roland, The Beautiful Queen Of The Gironde. Part 2
On the eve of his departure, however, M. Roland came to her, and said that he was about to set out on a prolonged tour through Switzerland and Italy, and that ...
-True Love Stories. Madame Roland, The Beautiful Queen Of The Gironde. Part 3
Madame Roland, the beautiful Queen of the Gironde, one of those strange and lovely creatures who lend beauty and romance even to the grim horrors of the French ...
-Love - Famous Love Passages From English - Literature - Waverley Proposes
It is well known that Sir Walter Scott did not like writing love scenes. If he could possibly arrange for people to get engaged in the interval between two ...
-7. The Language Of Flowers
Magnolia - Love of Nature. The flower was named after Pierre Magnol, Professor of Medicine at Montpelier, 1638-1715. Mallow - Mildness. In Greek the word means ...
-2. German Applique Work
Floral Designs in German Applique - An Ivy Handkerchief Sachet - An Effective Wreath of Pansies - Name Flowers as Decorations - The Name-flower Plaque - Black ...
-Needlework - Silk And Gold Thread - Embroidery
Designs Obtainable from Museums - The Materials Required - Buttonholing and Lace Stitch Addition of Sequins The main idea of the embroidery described here, ...
-Ecclesiastical Embroidery
An Ancient Art now Revived in England - A Wonderful Kingly Vestment - Importance of Symbolism in Ecclesiastical Embroidery - Materials - Threads and Silks - ...
-Home Dressmaking. A Revolution in Style
Revolt of the Dressmakers - A Revolution in Style - The Turn of Fashion's Wheel - Marie Antoinette and Empress Eugenie Periods of Dress - Tunics and Panniers - ...
-The Charm Of Applique Velvet
A New Idea for a Dress Trimming - The Pansy in Velvet - How to Cut Out and Arrange the Design - An Arrangement of the Vine with Leaves and Grapes - A Classical ...
-Covers Amd Cases For Clothing
A Case for Protecting Costumes when Hanging Up - Folding and Care of Garments in Drawers - A Perfumed Cover for a Drawer - The Perfumes that Give Personality ...
-Lace Flowers
The Use of Gold and Silver Effects in Place of Vivid Colourings - A Spray of White Lace Roses - Silver Lace Flowers and Leaves - A Spray for Hair or Corsage It ...
-4. The Art Of Hairdressing
Continued front page 4423, Part 37 By David Nicol Diploma of Honour at the Paris Exhibition, Coiffeur by Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen
-A Dance Or Theatre Coiffure
An Original Evening Coiffure - The Importance of the Elaborate Coiffure - A Hairdresser Should be Given Instructions - How to Carry Out the Coiffure Here ...
-A Dance Or Theatre Coiffure. Continued
Hold the ends of the strand in the left hand, and insert the fingers of the right hand under the strand near the roots, and over the strand just beyond. Then ...
-The Countess De Castiglione
It is usually supposed, particularly by bachelors of much cynicism and small experience, that a pretty or beautiful woman cannot bear to have about her any but ...
-The Countess De Castiglione. Part 2
She came late. As she entered, the sensation was so great that dancing stopped, even the music broke and fell into silence, the Empress came forward a little, ...
-The Countess De Castiglione. Part 3
When she died, in 1899, even her burial place was kept secret. In a wild and lonely corner of Pere Lachaise a plain slab of granite on a neglected grave is all ...
-What It Means To Be A Political Hostess And Worker
The Part of Women in the Political Arena - A Demure Retort - The Petticoat Election - Political Work in Salon and Boudoir - Famous Politicians and their ...
-What It Means To Be A Political Hostess And Worker. Continued
Although the Liberals have not a league so strong numerically as the Primrose League, they have the Women's Liberal Federation, the president of which is the ...
-Helping A Man To Propose
The Matchmaking Man - When May a Girl Encourage a Man? - How She can do so - The Tale of a Plot that Succeeded It is really rather curious how often a man ...
-Helping A Man To Propose. Continued
What folly this must be! A woman who is truly loved owes it to her lover to give freely of her love. It is a plant requiring sunshine and trust, for love - ...
-Marriage - Leap Year. A Saint With a Saving Sense of Humour
A Saint With a Saving Sense of Humour - How St. Bridget Cajoled St. Patrick - A Mediaeval Legislation of Leap Year Proposals - How Recalcitrant Swains were ...
-2. Goat Farming For Women
Author of Poultry Farming for Women, etc. Continued from page 4359, Part 36 Hints on Buying Goats - How the Buyer May be Deceived - Signs of a Good Milker - ...
-Work In A Tracing Office
A Little-known Occupation for Women - Qualities a Tracer Must Possess - The Nature of the Work - Fees for Training - Where to Train - The Worker's Outfit - ...
-Work In A Tracing Office. Part 2
As has been remarked, payment is not high. It used to be by piecework, but since some large engineering firms started their own tracing offices and engaged ...
-Work In A Tracing Office. Part 3
A steady, mature woman is wanted, one who can hold her own, be discreet, staid, and at the same time affable, even-tempered, obliging, and too sensible to put ...
-The Countess Of Cromartie
This lady has several claims to distinction. She T is a countess in her own right, one of the largest women landowners in the three kingdoms, and is well known ...
-Miss Amy Castles
It is not many years ago since this popular soprano, who made her reappearance at the Queen's Hall in January, 1912, stood in the choir of an Australian ...
-Lady Mount Stephen
Our first Colonial peer has been O twice married, first, in 1853, to Charlotte Annie, daughter of Benjamin Kane, who died in 1896, and afterwards, in 1897, to ...
-Lady Dorothy Nevill
Ggrande dame and a leader of the social A world during the great part of the past century, this venerable old lady has lived to see the reigns of five ...
-Miss Winifred Graham (Mrs. Theodore Cory)
In view of the fact that of late years Miss Winifred Graham has devoted much time to writing stories, the purpose of these being to expose the danger of ...
-Miss Pauline Chase
It was at the early age of fourteen that Miss Pauline Chase, who has played Peter Pan in Mr. J. M. Barrie's perennial play since 1906, and who has only missed ...
-Miss Elizabeth Haldane
Like Miss Balfour, sister of the ex-premier, who assists her brother largely in his political work, Miss Haldane, the only unmarried sister of the Secretary ...
-The Triumph of Woman
By Sarah A. Tooley A Bishop on Woman's Work for the Church - Position of Women in the Mediaeval Church - The Free Churches and Women - The Baroness Burdett- ...
-Heroines In History - Flora Macdonald
Flora Macdonald has taken her place for over a century and a half among the most romantic heroines known to our history. And yet, beyond the main fact that she ...
-The ABC Of Sweetmeat-Making
A Fascinating Branch of the Culinary Art - Essential Requisites - An Extended List - Homely Substitutes - Materials and Ingredients to Keep in Stock - Boiling ...
-The ABC Of Sweetmeat-Making. Part 2
A small half-saltspoonful of cream of tartar is used to a pound of sugar to prevent it from graining. The term graining means that the dissolved sugar for some ...
-The ABC Of Sweetmeat-Making. Part 3
The Thread, The Soft Ball, The Crack and Caramel. However, as nothing short of perfection should be one's aim, the intermediate degrees will be explained for ...
-The High Art Of Tea-Making
The National Beverage - How to Make a Perfect Cup of Tea - Dainty Accessories for Afternoon Tea - Iced Preparations of Tea - Russian Tea - Milk Tea - Tea Punch ...
-Iced Tea
Make the tea of rather stronger quality than usual; pour from the leaves and allow it to get cold. After standing for five minutes, serve in glasses with lumps ...
-Russian Tea
Pour just enough boiling water over three generous tablespoonfuls of tea to cover it. Let it stand a minute, then draw the water off. Pour in three pints of ...
-Tea Ice
Make one cupful of very strong tea, and add two tablespoonfuls of sugar to it. When cold, mix with two cupfuls of vanilla ice-cream and a tablespoonful of ...
-Tea Punch
A Delicious Summer Beverage Pour four quarts of freshly boiling water upon five teaspoonfuls of tea; cover, and let stand for five minutes; strain, sweeten to ...
-Tea Parfait
Half a cupful of freshly brewed strong tea, one cupful of whipped cream, three-quarters of a cupful of syrup of sugar and water, two tablespoonfuls of sugar, ...
-Milk Tea
Boil two cupfuls of milk in a saucepan. As soon as it bubbles round the edges, throw in one heaped teaspoonful of tea loosely tied in a muslin bag, or strain ...
-Tripe A La Coutance
Required: One pound of thin tripe. Half a pound of bacon. Two small onions. A teaspoonful of parsley. A bunch of thyme, marjoram, and a bay-leaf. Stock. One ...
-Rice Croquettes A L' ltalienne
Required: A quarter of a pound of rice. One quart of milk. The livers of four chickens or geese. Two tablespoonfuls of chopped ham. One tablespoonful of ...
-Kidneys A La Brochette
Required: Three kidneys. Warmed butter. A little parsley. Salt and pepper. Lemon-juice. (Sufficient for two.) Skin the kidneys and cut them nearly through, ...
-Lancashire Hot- Pot
Required: Three pounds of the best end of neck of mutton. Four sheeps' kidneys. One dozen oysters. Three pounds of potatoes. Half a pound of Spanish onions.
-Dublin Mince
Required: About one pound of cooked potatoes. About one pound of cooked meat of any kind. One small onion. One tomato. One ounce of flour. Two ounces of butter ...
-Macaroni Soup
Required: One quart of milk. Half a pint of water. One large Spanish onion. The crumb of two penny French rolls. One gill of cream. One ounce of butter. Two ...
-Spring Soup
Without Meat Required: Two lettuces. Two carrots. One turnip. A bunch of parsley and herbs. One pint of milk. One ounce of butter. One quart of vegetable stock ...
-Green Corn Puree
Required: Two or three heads of green corn. A quart of well-flavoured veal broth. Salt and pepper. (Sufficient for four.) Boil the green corn in water until it ...
-Soupe Maigre
Required: A quart of split peas. Three sticks of celery. Two onions. A sprig of mint. Milk. Two quarts of water. White pepper and salt. (Sufficient for eight.) ...
-Gateau A La Napoleon
Required: Six whole eggs. Six ounces of castor sugar. Three ounces of Vienna flour. Three ounces of ground almonds. Two ounces of rice-flour. Two ounces of ...
-Gateau Of Prunes
Required: One pound of prunes. One wineglassful of sherry. One pint of water. Three ounces of castor sugar. Three-quarters of an ounce of leaf gelatine. One ...
-3. Wills
Wills Made in Scotland - In Two Countries - The Legal Position of a Convict's Wife - Testatrix Under a Protection Order - English and Canadian Wills - ...
-Easter Eggs And What To Do With Them
Eggs as Symbols - Italian Easter Observances - An Ancient English Custom - Modern Easter Eggs and Their Contents - A Hand-painted Satin Egg - Eggs from Russia, ...
-Easter Eggs And What To Do With Them. Continued
A Russian hand-painted Easter egg in stained wood, representing a rustic scene. The design is original and attractive A dainty decoration for an Easter egg, a ...
-Children. The Child Beautiful
Society Of Day Nurseries The name of Muriel Viscountess Helmsley has become a house-hold word amongst those who toil and labour in the sacred cause of charity.
-Children. The Child Beautiful. Continued
The Hon. Maynard Greville, son of the Earl and Countess of Warwick Photo, Lallie Charles Simplicity is one of the charms of childhood, and simple, plain things ...
-19. Girls' Christian Names
Tabitha (Syriac) - Clear-sighted. Although we read in Acts ix. 36 that the Christian widow of Joppa, whom St. Peter restored to life, was named Tabitha, which ...
-Hygiene In The Home - I. Personal Hygiene And Its Effect Upon The Appearance
The Science of Health - Personal Hygiene - Baths - Benefit of the Cold Bath - The Ideal Bath - How to Soften Hard Water - Hygienic Care of the Hair ygiene, or ...
-6. Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. The Tubercular Child
Meningitis - Wasting a Very Serious Symptom - Possibility of Cure - Diet - How to Prepare Raw-meat - A Representative Dietary - Value of the Open Air Life t is ...
-3. Hygienic Dress
Lightness and Warmth of Clothing Essential - Freedom of Movement - Dangers of Tight Clothing - A Suitable Outfit ree movement is so essential to development F ...
-Duet Table
Consumption May take: Turtle and oxtail soups, mutton and chicken broths, beef-tea, meat essences, nourishing soups and broths. fish, roast or broiled beef, ...
-Medical - Common Ailments And Thier Treatment
Sea-Sickness. - Sea-sickness is one of the most disagreeable ailments that exist, and its certain prevention has yet to be discovered. It is said to be due to ...
-Medical - Common Ailments And Thier Treatment. Continued
Sneezing. Sneezing may be a sign of commencing cold in the head. In such cases it is due to direct irritation of the lining membrane of the nose, by the ...
-Religious Pictures Painted By Women
Come, Let Us Sing Unto The Lord From the painting by Mary Groves
-2. Practical Christianity
The Distressed Gentlefolks' Aid Association and the Philanthropic Work of the Countess of Aberdeen - Conditions on Which Grants are Made - Some Pathetic Cases - ...
-2. Practical Christianity. Continued
Onward and Upward The first volume of this journal lies before the writer as this article is being penned, and the Countess's editorial notes and articles ...
-The Herbaceous Border
Diploma Of The Royal Botanic Society Soil Preparation - Gardens for Many Seasons - Colour-harmony - Flowers All the Year Round Planting and Care of Herbaceous ...
-The Herbaceous Border. Part 2
5. Sweet-pea, Nora Unwin. Annual. July. (5 ft.) 6. Hyacinthus candicans. Bulb. Aug. (3 ft.) 7. Michaelmas daisy commutalis. Perennial. Sept. (3ft.) 8. Japanese ...
-The Herbaceous Border. Part 3
Suitable Subjects As a background to these, young specimens of the earliest catkin-bearing trees will look well, also shrubs which flower in January and ...
-20. The Garden
General Care Of Herbaceous Borders Spring sowing of annuals between the perennials will now take place, and in the case of autumn-sown batches vigorous ...
-Dogs For Children
Breeder And Exhibitor Why Children Love Dogs - Large Dogs Most Suitable for Small Children - The Child and His Dog-how He Should Treat It - The Amiability of ...
-2. Famous Pictures Painted By Women
Madonna From the painting by Catherine Weekes. By permission of the Berlin Photographic Co.
-Where To Study Art - The Metropolitan School Of Art, Dublin
Special Classes - Scholarships Available - Some Useful Prize Competitions, etc. - For Studentships and other Benefits Conferred An uncommon and very delightful ...
-Where To Study Art - The Metropolitan School Of Art, Dublin. Continued
For the best painting of the full-length nude figure from life, 1 10s. For the best set of twelve true studies from the full-length nude figure, I I. In The ...
-Winifred, A Study Of English Girlhood
Copyright reserved by the artist Photo, Dixon This section is a complete guide to the art of preserving and acquiring beauty. How wide is its scope can be seen ...
-The Beautiful English Girl
An Interview with the Hon. John Collier. By Rudolph De Cordova As not only one of the most distinguished of living artists and portrait painters, but also as ...
-5. The Art Of Hairdressing. A Coiffure For A Debutante
Diploma of Honour at the Paris Exhibition. Coiffeur by Appointment to H.m. the Queen. An Important Member of Society - A Fatal Imitativeness - The Ideal ...
-Beautiful Women Of History - Louise De La Valliere
Franqoise Louise de la Baume le Blanc, Duchess de la Valliere, was born in 1644. She lost her father at an early age, and on her mother remarrying she went to ...
-Lace And Braid Trimmings
An Advance Note in Spring and Summer Dresses - Matching of Colours Essential - How to Embroider Spots - Sequins and Their Role - Audacity With the Scissors ...
-Needlework - Coarse Braid Lace For Decorative Purposes
Materials Required - How to Work on a Coat or Blouse - Variety of Designs - The Test of Good Work - Application to the Decoration of Dress Only one species of ...
-Florentine Work
Simplicity of Canvas Embroidery - Origin of Florentine Work - Endless Variety in Designs The Canvas Most Suitable - A Dainty Form of Embroidery Embroidery on ...
-The Millinery Of Spring
Easter Brings Flowers and Plumage - Some of it Made of Tulle - Shepherdess and Marquise Shapes - Why the Taffetas Hat Needs Careful Choosing The spring of 1912 ...
-Dress - Lace Flowers
Gold Lace and Braid Spray for the Hair - Lace and Galon The rose spray in gold lace as illustrated below is most effective, the leaves being formed of the lace ...
-Dress - Lace Flowers. Continued
Such a border as described above makes an exquisite trimming for a scarf. The narrow sleeve border is worked down each side, the deeper border with fringe at ...
-Dress - Five Ways Of Wearing A Veil
The Veil in Olden Times - The Veil in the East - A Protection and an Aid to Beauty - The Last Touch of Smartness or Dowdiness - Absolute Freshness Essential - ...
-The Ubiquitous Fringe
A most important and distinctive note in dress is the fringe trimming which appears on both indoor and outdoor dress, on modes for old and young alike, and on ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 34. Laurence Sterne
This is an attempt to tell the love history of Laurence Sterne - merely an attempt To profess achievement would be vain presumption. Abnormal, fantastic, ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 34. Laurence Sterne. Part 2
Tell me where is fancy bred, Or in the heart, or in the head? Sterne's love, alas! most certainly was an emotion of the head. He wooed, it is true, with the ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People. No. 34. Laurence Sterne. Part 3
Such was the Arcadia of his visions. Nor - for a while at any rate - was the actual much less delightful than the dream. Some strange accident enabled this ill- ...
-Famous Gardens
The North Front Of Easton Lodge, Showing The Beautiful Terrace And Far-Famed Italian Garden Photo, H. N. King
-The Culture Of The Cactus
An Old Hobby Revived - How to Grow Cacti - Raising from Seed - How to Buy - Points to Remember - The Chief Varieties of Cactus Two generations ago, the curious ...
-3. French Gardening For Women
Author of Small Holdings for Women, Flower Culture for Profit, etc. The Daily Round - Endive - Peas and Beans - Catch Crops - Manure Economies - Pupils in the ...
-Romance Of Old China - Some Of Wedgwood's Imitators
Author of How to Identify Old China and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain The Flattery of Imitation - An Unfounded Accusation - How it Arose - Turner's ...
-Romance Of Old China - Some Of Wedgwood's Imitators. Continued
From the South Kensington Museum Teapot and cover of Elijah Mayer's cane-coloured stoneware, moulded in low relief; the cover is surmounted by a figure of the ...
-Woman's Home - The Choice And Care Of Household - Linen. How To Mend And Keep Linen In Order
The Test of a Good Housekeeper - How to Keep Linen in Good Repair - Three Kinds of Darns Precautions and Hints - Damask Darning The condition in which ...
-How To Mend And Keep Linen In Order. Continued
On arriving home, place them in basins of water in which has been dissolved a good pinch of salt, and leave them for an hour or so before arranging them in ...
-Great Houses And Their Chatelaines - Chatsworth And The Duchess Of Devonshire
A Very Great Lady - The Duties of the Mistress of the Robes - A Ducal Mother - Teasing the Lizard - Bess of Hardwick - An Unruly Earl - The Tables Turned - ...
-Great Houses And Their Chatelaines - Chatsworth And The Duchess Of Devonshire. Continued
The state rooms at Chatsworth are magnificent, and the wood-carving with which they are decorated is justly famous. Many people say that Grinling Gibbons ...
-How To Cook The Cheaper Parts Of Meat
Value of the Casserole in Cooking the Cheaper Cuts of Meat - Distinct Flavourings, and How to Obtain Them - Use of Vinegar - Sheep's Head - Ox Tail There are ...
-Casserole Of Beef
Required: Two pounds of beef skirt or stewing steak. One carrot, turnip, and onion. Two sticks of celery. Bunch of herbs. Parsley. Four allspice. One ounce of ...
-Curried Shin Of Beef
Required: Two pounds of shin of beef (without bone) or neck of beef. Two tablespoonfuls of vinegar. One large onion. Bunch of herbs (parsley, thyme, bay-leaf).
-Stewed Ox Tail In Potato Border
Required: One ox tail (foreign). One onion. A stick of celery. Two ounces of dripping or butter. One and a half ounces of flour. Bouquet garni (bunch of herbs).
-Stuffed Dates
Required: Almond paste. A box of dates. Castor sugar. Form the paste into little thin, cork-like shapes. Take the stones out of the dates and insert the paste ...
-Stuffed Cherries
Required: Almond paste. Half a pound of glace cherries. Castor sugar. Roll the almond paste into neat little balls. Make a slit in a cherry, insert a ball of ...
-Neapolitan Creams Or Fondants
Required: One raw white of egg. One tablespoonful of water or fruit syrup. About one pound of icing sugar. Cochineal and raspberry essence. Maraschino or other ...
-Peppermint Creams
Required: One raw white of egg. One tablespoonful of water flavoured with concentrated essence of peppermint. About one pound of icing sugar. Put the egg and ...
-Chocolate Pralines
Required: Five ounces of loaf sugar. Four ounces of almonds. Coating chocolate. Blanch and shred the almonds, put them on a tin in the oven and brown them ...
-Toffee
Required: Half a pound of butter. One and a half pounds of Demerara sugar. Three-quarters of a pound of golden syrup. A teaspoonful of lemon-juice. Put the ...
-Barley Sugar
Required: Two pounds of loaf sugar. Three gills of cold water. Half a teaspoonful of lemon-juice. About four drops of essence of lemon. A few grains of cream ...
-Chocolate Caramels
Required: One pound of loaf sugar. Half a pint of cream. Half a pint of milk. Four ounces of plain coating or eating chocolate. One large tablespoonful of ...
-Cream Walnuts
Required: About four ounces of shelled walnuts. About half a pound of either almond paste filling or French foundation fondant. Colourings and flavourings.
-Hard Glaze
This is required for dipping fruits, etc. Only make small amounts of it at a time even if several quantities of it have to be prepared, for it soon ...
-Chocolate Almonds
Required: Half a pound of sweet almonds. Three ounces of coating chocolate. Shell the almonds and put them on a baking-tin in the oven until they are slightly ...
-Candied Violets
These are pretty for decorating other sweets, as well as delicious in themselves. Remove the stalks from a pound of violets. and rinse them in cold water. Then ...
-Self-Raising And Patent Flours
Many housewives have great faith in the use of some of the various makes of self-raising flours now on the market. By the use of these they are freed from the ...
-Muffin Scones
Required: One pound of self-raising flour. One ounce of lard. One ounce of butter. One egg. One teaspoonful of salt. Half a pint of buttermilk. Mix together ...
-Paper Bag Meatless Cookery
Value of Paper Bags in Food Reform Cookery - Increasing the Flavour of Dishes - Ease of Manipulation It is probable that paper-bag cookery will prove to be of ...
-Almond And Celery Timbale
Required: One ounce of proteid food. Two ounces of milled almonds. Two ounces of breadcrumbs. One ounce of butter. One egg. One tablespoonful of milk. Two ...
-2. Cucumber Sauce
Melt one ounce of butter into a saucepan, add one large dessertspoonful of flour, cook well, but do not brown. Add three gills of milk, one medium-sized ...
-Braised Cabbage
Required: One pound of shredded cabbage. One ounce of butter. Three peppercorns. One blade of mace. Half a gill of vegetable stock. One dessertspoonful of ...
-Stewed Lettuce And Peas
Required: Four ounces of lettuce. Eight ounces of green peas. Two spring onions. Half a gill of water. A pinch of salt, sugar, and nutmeg. A small piece of ...
-Nourishing Sauce
Rub down into a saucepan one ounce of butter with a dessertspoonful of flour. When the butter and flour are in a cream, mix with the juice of the vegetables ...
-2. Stuffed Vegetable Marrow
Mock Duck Required: Two pounds of vegetable marrow. Two ounces of milled hazel nuts. Two ounces of white breadcrumbs. One ounce of proteid food. One ounce of ...
-Aubergine Farci
Required: One large aubergine. One ounce of breadcrumbs. One ounce of proteid food. Half an ounce of butter. One egg. A pinch of herbs. The juice of half a ...
-Black Currant Charlotte
Required: Four ounces of black currants. Two ounces of sugar. Four ounces of white breadcrumbs. One ounce of proteid food. Two ounces of fresh butter. One gill ...
-Spectacular Weddings
A Military Wedding in the Guards' Chapel, Knightsbridge - Naval Weddings - A Wedding in the Highlands - Strange Weddings In the life of every woman there are ...
-Spectacular Weddings. Part 2
A military wedding, the bride and bridegroom passing under an arch of swords, formed by men of the bridegroom's regiment. The music is usually supplied by the ...
-Spectacular Weddings. Part 3
A Contrast Ding dong ding, ding dong ding! The tones followed us over the fields, ringing their message into every heart. The little bride looked at her ...
-Spectacular Weddings. Part 4
The Truth About Love - The Rift in Love's Lute - How Husbands and Wives Drift Apart - The Lazy Wife and Her Bitter Awakening - How to Win Back a Husband's Love ...
-2. Motoring For Women
How to Drive a Motor-car - Different Types of Drivers - First Lessons - Points to Remember The Cost of Motoring - Economy in Buying a Motor-car aving now ...
-18. Recreations
The above directions do not pretend to do more than give the barest outlines of the movements to be carried out in order to set the car in motion. It is ...
-The Gymnasium
Exercises on the Parallel Bars - Other Useful Apparatus - Advice to the Novice - The Importance of Style Most bars are so made that they may be raised or ...
-Lady Pentland
The marriage, in 1904, of Captain John Sinclair, T as he then was, to Lady Marjorie Gordon, the only daughter of Lord and Lady Aberdeen, was an exceedingly ...
-Miss Mary Garden
This great star of the operatic firmament is practically unknown to the vast majority of English opera-goers. For several seasons the well-known star of the ...
-Miss Ada Crosby
The duties of the Mayoress of T London for 1911-12 have fallen upon Miss Ada Crosby, the daughter of Sir Thomas Crosby, whose wife died some years ago. An ...
-The Countess Of Granard
Great interest was aroused on both sides of G the Atlantic in 1908, when the engagement of the Earl of Granard, Master of the Horse, and at that time Assistant ...
-Miss Lillah Mccarthy (Mrs. Granville Barker)
After studying elocution under Mr. Hermann A Vezin, Miss Lillah Mccarthy entered upon her stage career by taking a leading part as an amateur in the ...
-Miss Helen Mathers (Mrs. Henry Reeves)
It was in September, 1909, that Miss Helen I Mathers announced her intention of never writing another novel, to the great regret of thousands of readers. This ...
-Duchess Of Manchester
The marriage of the Duke of Manchester T to Miss Helene Zimmerman, of Cincinnati, in 1900, was quite a romance. The marriage took place in the quietest ...
-World Of Women - The Triumph Of Woman
Idealist v. Jerrybuilder - Toynbee Hall and Its Mission - How the Inebriate is Won Back to Womanliness - A Woman Writer and London Children - The Friend of the ...
-World Of Women - The Triumph Of Woman. Part 2
There, after many years of strenuous work on temperance platforms all over the land and in the United States of America, Lady Henry Somerset is devoting the ...
-World Of Women - The Triumph Of Woman. Part 3
The Woman Politician Of To-Day Women no longer sway politics only from the salon as did Zenobia. Such has been the onward march of women into active political ...
-World Of Women - The Triumph Of Woman. Part 4
One used to grow enthusiastic over the heroism of Disraeli's wife, concealing a finger injured by the carriage door so that concern for her accident might not ...
-World Of Women - Heroines Of History - Queen Elizabeth
A Faire Ladye - The Vicissitudes of a Girl Princess - King Hal's Daughter as Queen - A Strange and Conflicting Character - A Luckless Hostess and a Candid ...
-Children. The Argentine Tango
The Origin of the Tango - Its Introduction to England via France - How it Should be Danced - Why it can Never Become Universal in the Ballroom - The Steps The ...
-Children. The Argentine Tango. Continued
the lady and both take rapid chassees to the right and left, pointing Fig. 2. Step 2. The side step. The gentleman stands behind each foot sharply in turn ...
-20. Girls' Christian Names
Vesta (Latin) - Home dweller. Among the Romans Vesta, and by the Greeks, Hestia, was the name given to the goddess who presided over the hearth and home. The ...
-Welfare Workers
Author of The Girls Encyclopaedia, The Home Training of Children, Talks With Children About Themselves, etc. A New Opening for Women Workers - What a Candidate ...
-Goat Farming for Women
By J. T. Brown, F.z.s., M.r.san.i. Author of Poultry Faming for Women, etc. The Milking Process and How to Perform It - Treatment of Intractable Animals - Why ...
-Woman's Work - How To Become An Accompanist
A Remunerative Accomplishment - The Necessary Qualifications - Where to Train - The Many Opportunities Open to Good Accompanists - The Importance of Sight- ...
-The Spring Of The Year
The Spirit of Springtime - The Best Time for Good Resolutions - Old Age a Disease - How to Make Ourselves Resistant to Disease - Some Practical Points - A ...
-Medical - Hygiene In The Home. 2. About Drinking Water
The Natural Drink - When to Drink Water - When Drinking Water may be Harmful - How to Purify Water - Importance of a Pure Water Supply ure water is the natural ...
-7. Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. Weak Sight And Its Alleviation
The Strain of Modern Education in Childhood - Limiting the Hours Spent in Reading and Writing - The Use of an Easel - Restful Effect of Brown Paper on Which to ...
-4. The Child's Growth
Normal Growth of a Child - Progressive Increase in Weight - Height as an Indication of a Child's Health - Rickets and Retarded Growth - Value of Exercise - ...
-20. Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Squinting is a want of parallelism or equal action of the two axes of the eyes. One of the muscles is weaker than the other, so that the eyeballs do not look ...
-20. Common Ailments And Their Treatment. Continued
Domestic treatment consists in attending to the general health and dealing with any dyspepsia or constipation present. The patient should drink alkaline ...
-Women Of The Bible
The story of Miriam transports us to the magic world of ancient Egypt, where she is first presented to us in a beautiful and tender drama of sisterly devotion ...
-Women Of The Bible. Continued
The Awakening One day, loyalty to his kindred triumphs over every other consideration, and, roused to fury, he slays, with his own hand, an Egyptian taskmaster ...
-3. Practical Christianity
The Good Work of the Countess of Aberdeen - continued - Philanthropic Peeresses - The Slave Trade - Democratic Ideas in Society The Countess works ...
-4. Wills
Joint Wills - Wills of Married Women - Of the Deaf and Dumb - On Making a Will - Some Useful Dont's Whilst Abroad n officer in the army once couched his will ...
-Glossary Of Terms
Acknowledge. - I acknowledge A. B. to be my heir at law, or I make A. B. my heir, or appoint, or nominate, or declare, A. B. to be my heir, or A. B. is my heir ...
-Alligators As Pets
A Fashionable Craze - Cost of a Young Alligator - The Tank and How to Manage It - An Alligator's Diet - A Profitable Alligator Farm Young alligators of a few ...
-The Airedale Terrier
Author of The A.rcdaie Terrier, The West Highland White Terrier etc. How the Breed was Manufactured - Reminiscences of Its Prowess - The Character of the ...
-The Airedale Terrier. Continued
Insist upon the specimen that you fondly hope will throw you a puppy that will win the challenge cup at the great club show possessing a short back. Do not be ...
-Where To Study Art - The Polytechnic School Of Art
A Stately Home of Art - The Objects of the School - Its Curriculum - Fees - How to Qualify for Admission - Successful Women Students - Elementary and Advanced ...
-Where To Study Art - The Polytechnic School Of Art. Continued
Last year in the school competitions for free studentships and school medals, five girls were successful and seven men. Three silver medals - the highest ...
-The Spring-Time Bride
The Easter bride of 1912 is absolutely unhampered by tradition when choosing her wedding gown. Fashion and custom give her a free hand, so free that at every ...
-Dress - Dress And The Woman
The modern stage is not only the mirror of the manners of the age: it may be said also to hold up for the public the glass on which fickle Fashion throws the ...
-Dress - Dress And The Woman. Continued
Looking back, I can scarcely realise that it was possible, but we managed somehow; and the effort of making the same dress do duty in different plays as an ...
-Dress - A Practical Lesson In Millinery. The Ever-fashionable Ribbon Trimming
To the enterprising amateur, ribbon suggests all sorts of delightful possibilities. A good ribbon is an economical purchase, for it can be steamed and ironed ...
-Bead Lace Embroideries
Charming Effects Obtainable by Embroidering Lace with Beads - The Kinds of Beads to Use - How to Secure Them to the Delicate Fabric of the Lace - A Floral ...
-Filling A Vase With Embroidered Flowers
The Charm of Spring Flowers as Models for Embroidery - How to Arrange a Vase and Fill with the Blossoms - Materials Required - Daffodils, Primroses, Violets, ...
-Filling A Vase With Embroidered Flowers. Continued
Violets And Snowdrops The vase also looks charming when filled with violets and snowdrops. The embroi-deress must arrange her transparent fabric over the ...
-The Necklet
Commence with 8 chain; worked very loosely to measure 3 inches. 1st row. 1 double crochet in 2nd chain from hook, 1 double crochet in each of the following ...
-Needlework - Lessons In Plain Needlework
The Value of Plain Needlework in the Training of Eye and Hand - An Essentially Feminine Occupation - Materials Used - Linens and Woollens - Cotton and Wool ...
-Suggestions For Planning, Furnishing, And Using
When to Choose a House - An Ideal Position for a Hall - An Eighteenth Century Staircase and Hall - Inglenook and Settle - A Hall Floor and Its Covering - ...
-Frater Ave Atque Vale
(Brother, welcome and farewell). This hall is unusual in shape, being entered from the garden through a triangular vestibule, with Pompeian mosaic flooring ( ...
-Lateat Scintilla Forsan
(perchance a little spark still lies hidden). This is the motto of the Humane Society, and suggests interesting lines of thought. There is an old oak monk's ...
-Woman's Home - Wild Flowers For Table Decoration
The rose is the acknowledged queen of our garden, and just as truly is the wild rose the queen of the hedgerows. Its charming foliage and delicate pink-and- ...
-Household Linen. How To Mend And Keep Linen In Order
Darning - Methods Applicable to Different Materials - When to Patch - How to Put on a Patch Various Ways of Sewing Linen Buttons To Darn a Small Hole For the ...
-Household Linen. How To Mend And Keep Linen In Order. Continued
Sewing It On Place the patch on the wrong side of the material, with the turned-in edges downwards, and with the creases of both lying exactly on the top of ...
-Woman's Home - Make A Mote Of It
The Memory Professor's Forgetfulness - A Terrible Predicament - How to Avoid It - What the Useful Tablet Should Note - The Task of Running a House - A Pretty ...
-The Noiseless House
Nervous Troubles Induced by Noise - The Ill-effects of Shock and Noise - Banging Doors a Serious Evil - The Selfishness of Those Who do not Shut Doors - Door ...
-Beautiful Women In History. Lady Ashburton
Lady Ashburton was one of the few English ladies who contrived to gather around her a galaxy of men of letters and of learning, and to entertain them with the ...
-Fringes
The Return of the Fringe - Drawbacks to Cutting a Fringe - Advice as to Buying Hair - Fringes of the Victorian Era - Bunty and the Fringe - Three Types of ...
-3. Beauty Adorned
Colours a Blonde May Wear - The Law of Colour - The Value of Black Velvet - Colours for Evening Wear - For the Elderly - For the Nondescript Complexion - The ...
-3. Beauty Adorned. Continued
Choosing Colours So many and varied are the tints and shades of colour now worn, it is wisest for the prospective wearer to choose them by artificial light, ...
-Children's May Day Party
A May Day Revel - The May Queen and Jack in the Green - Dressing the Parts - The Maypole and Village Fiddler - A Floral Competition - Kindly Thoughts for ...
-How To Make Toys With Match-Boxes
A Useful End for Empty Match-boxes - Some Ingenious Toys - The Locomotive - A Doll's Bedstead - A Chest of Drawers - An Aeroplane which Works - A Cart - A ...
-When Their Majesties Go to the Play
The Royal Patronage of the Stage - The Responsibility of a Royal Visit - An Ill-timed Compliment - The Royal Box - Its Position and Fittings - Honouring an ...
-When Their Majesties Go to the Play. Continued
Could anyone in the audience get a preliminary peep into the Royal box he would, however, always know in advance when the King and Queen are going to be ...
-The Heraldry Of The Cross
The commonest charge on the shield, other than an animal, is that of a cross. This is natural enough when we remember that the science of heraldry is the child ...
-Lady Of Quality - Women And Orders Of Chivalry
The Story of the Order of the Torch - An Order Founded by a Shah in Honour of some Christian Ladies - The Order of the Broom Flower - Of the Scarf - Some Other ...
-9. Love Scenes In Pictures
Suspense From the painting by L. C. Henley. By permission of the Berlin Photographic Co.
-True Love Stories Of Famous People. No. 35. Two Warriors In Love - Wellington And Wolfe
A daring venture it may be, this endeavour to disclose in black and white such tender emotions as may have stirred the hearts of Wolfe and Wellington. But, ...
-Brendon
And Wolfe, as already has been shown, was a very perfect, gentle knight, the pattern of all chivalry. And a wonderful and great man, too; much more human, much ...
-Brendon. Continued
But that is all. There is no more to tell concerning Miss Lacey. War claimed her soldier lover. So he left her. And the following year saw him back again in ...
-Love - The Fascination Of The Ugly Man
The Attraction of the Bulldog - Plain Men and Ugly Men - How the Ugly Man Scores He's most fascinating - he's just like a bulldog! exclaimed one friend to ...
-3. Love - The Language Of Flowers
Narcissus - Egotism. Self-love. According to legend, this pretty flower was once a handsome youth named Narcissus, who became so enamoured of his own ...
-Cinematograph Acting - A New Profession For Men And Women
Fortunes in Faces - Stage versus Screen - A Stupendous Salary - The Art of Acting in Dumb Show - A Story as Acted for the Cinema A really new profession is a ...
-Cinematograph Acting - A New Profession For Men And Women. Continued
How a play is photographed for the cinema in the studios of the Baker Motion Photography Co., Ealing, London posing for the cinema. Such work is most ...
-A Dyer Amd Cleaner's Receiving Office
0An Excellent Opening for a Business Girl- How to Learn the Work - Duties and Wages of a Learner - Processes of Cleaning and Dyeing - Prices - Household Goods - ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. Marriage In Austria
An Official Matchmaker - A Pretty Way of Putting It - Bargaining for a Bride - The Bride's Tour of Her Friends - Wails and a Wedding - A Curious Sacrifice - ...
-Marriage - After-Marriage Courtship
Why Courtship should Follow Marriage - A Man's Way of Showing Affection - What the Woman Prefers - A Mischievous Proverb - Why Children are Desired - Darby and ...
-Reclaiming A Husband
Author of How to be Happy Though Married, etc., etc. The Woman who Marries a Rake - How a Tactful Wife may Reform a Man - The Common Mistake of Nagging - ...
-Reclaiming A Husband. Continued
A Wise Precept A woman detects character quicker than does a man, and it is the duty therefore of a wife to warn her husband against friends whom she ...
-How To Become Graceful
The Graceful Woman is the Healthy Woman - The Evil Effects of an Ungraceful Carriage-exercise Necessary to Counteract the Effects of Sedentary Occupations - ...
-5. How To Keep Baby Well
Making the Children Resistant to Disease - The Signs of Danger - Loss of Appetite - Feverishness Sore Throat - Rash - The Condition of the Tongue as a Guide ...
-8. Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. Health And Fairy Tales
The World of Make-believe is Reality to a Child - Effect of Storytelling on Children - Its Value if Stories are Carefully Chosen - What to Avoid - Encourage ...
-Hygiene In The Home. 3. Some Suggestions For Dress Reform
Reform Dress versus Frumpiness - The Rational Requirements of the Outdoor Girl - The Sins of the Corset - Ideal Amount of Clothing - Underclothing - What It ...
-21. Common Ailments And Their - Treatment
Tetany. Tetany differs from tetanus in consisting of a muscular stiffness occurring in paroxysms and affecting the hands and feet. It occurs chiefly in rickety ...
-The Countess Of Warwick
The Countess of Warwick is one of the most T brilliant, versatile, and beautiful women of to-day. As a matter of fact, it is not easy to sum up her many ...
-Miss Lily Elsie (Mrs. Ian Bullough)
As a tiny girl, Miss Lily Elsie, the A popular musical-comedy actress, who, in November, 1911, married Mr. Bullough, displayed a remarkable aptitude for ...
-Mrs. Pankhurst
Probably the Suffragette movement would P not have attained its present prominence had it not been for the guiding influence of Mrs. Pankhurst, who founded the ...
-Missk, D. Wiggin (Mrs. G. C. Riggs)
In this country, perhaps, we do not appreciate the genius of Kate Douglas Wiggin in the measure it deserves, or to the same extent that people do on the other ...
-Lady Waldegrave
Before her marriage to Lord Waldegrave, in B 1874, this popular society lady was Lady Dorothea Palmer. She is a sister of the present Lord Selborne, and, ...
-Mme. Fanny Moody (Mrs. Charles Manners)
The public owes a debt of gratitude to Mr. and T Mrs. Charles Manners for their efforts to popularise Grand Opera in English. It was as members of the Carl ...
-Lady Knill
The wife of Sir John Knill, who was Lord T Mayor of London from 1909-10, enjoys several unique distinctions. Her marriage to Sir John Knill, in 1882, was one ...
-5. The Triumph Of Woman
The Social Side of Liberal Politics - Some Leading Hostesses - A Fallacy Refuted - The International Federation of Women - Its Ideals and Hopes - How They are ...
-5. The Triumph Of Woman. Continued
The Marchioness of Crewe, one of the chief members of the Liberal Social Council and a zealous supporter of the Liberal party Photo. Lallie Charles It is the ...
-The Organisation Of Girls' Clubs
The Evils of Overlapping Organisations - A Club Clearing House - Its Work - How It Carries out Its Aims - A Guild of Health - Some Wonderful Results Ever since ...
-Split Pea Soup
According to quantity required, so you vary the amount of split peas. If you have stock at hand use that; if not, water will do, but, of course, the stock ...
-Cream Of Green Corn Soup
Put into a saucepan a quarter of a pound of butter, and allow it to melt. Work into it two large tablespoonfuls of flour of Creme de Ble Vert Groult (which can ...
-Parmentier Soup
Mince finely three large white potatoes, also the white part of three medium-sized leeks, fry in one ounce of fresh butter without allowing to colour. Wet well ...
-Paysanne Soup
Cut very thin into rounds about the size of a sixpence one red carrot, one turnip, two leeks, and a stick of celery; fry these in fresh butter, stirring all ...
-Consomme Veloute
Quantities for making three quarts of consomme: Three pounds shin of beef, 3 pounds lean topside of beef, a soup fowl, 1 pound of carrots, one head of celery, ...
-2. Cream Of Rice Soup
Place over the fire in a stewpan one pint of light stock made from veal, or chicken, or other bones (this stock having been flavoured with vegetables in the ...
-Hints On Trussing
To Truss Small Birds for Roasting - Skewering Kidneys for Grilling - Various Ways of Trussing Whiting or Haddock - A Slice of Salmon or Cod
-To Truss Small Birds For Roasting
Small birds, such as wheatears, ruffs, and reeves, quails, etc., are trussed four or more on one long skewer. This is pushed through the tips of the wing ...
-To Skewer Kidneys For Grilling
Having skinned the kidneys, cut them nearly through. Open them out like a book, and keep them in this position by means of a skewer (see illustration). A sheep' ...
-Whiting Or Haddock Trussed With Its Tail Through Its Mouth
Having washed and trimmed the fish, take the head with one hand, and with the other draw the tail round, and place it through the mouth of the fish, keeping it ...
-Haddock Trussed In The Shape Of The Letter "S"
This is perhaps the most effective method of trussing this fish, but it is considerably more trouble than either of the other ways given, a trussing-needle and ...
-To Truss A Slice Of Salmon Or Cod
Arrange the slice of fish neatly with the cut sides just meeting, then keep it in Whiting or haddock trussed with its tail through the eye-sockets shape by ...
-Mow Butter And Cheese Are Adulterated
Editor of The Sanitary Record, etc. Butter-making - Colour of Butter - Preparation of Cheese - Classes of Cheese - Soft or Cream Cheeses - Ripening of Cheese ...
-Savouries
Savoury of Lobster - Sardine Puffs - Canapes of Smoked Salmon - Petits Bateaux a la Russe - Savoury Olives (cold) - Stuffed Olives
-Savoury Of Lobster
Required: One medium-sized lobster. One ounce of butter. One tablespoonful of cream. Salt and pepper. Half a teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Carefully pick out ...
-Sardine Puffs
Required: Half a pound of puff pastry. Six sardines. One tablespoonful of salad oil. One teaspoonful of lemon-juice. One tablespoonful of anchovy essence. One ...
-Canapes Of Smoked Salmon
Required: Two slices of bread. About four ounces of smoked salmon. One ounce of butter. One teaspoonful of lemon-juice. Half a teaspoonful of anchovy essence.
-Pet1ts Bateaux A La Russe
Required: A quarter of a pound of flour. A dust of salt and cayenne. One small egg. A small pot of German caviare. A little lemon-juice. A sheet of rice paper.
-Savoury Olives (Cold)
Required: Two olives for each guest. For four guests allow: Anchovy paste. Two ounces of fresh butter. Slices of brown bread. Two hard-boiled eggs. Take two ...
-Stuffed Olives
Required: Rounds of bread. Olives. Anchovy paste. Anchovy butter. Tiny sprigs of chervil. For the anchovy butter: Two ounces of fresh butter. Two large ...
-The Abc Of Pickling Meat
Preservatives Used - The Principal Methods - Precautions to Observe when Pickling Meat - Wet and Dry Brines Methods of pickling and curing meat, pork, tongues, ...
-No. 1. Pickle For Beef Or Tongues
Required: Two gallons of water. Three pounds of coarse salt. Two ounces of saltpetre. Put all the ingredients into a saucepan, boil them fast, removing all ...
-No. 2. Brine For Beef, etc
Required: Three gallons of water. Five pounds of coarse salt. Half a pound of bay salt. Two ounces of saltpetre. Boil well for an hour, skimming it most ...
-No. 3. An Excellent Spice Brine
Required: Ten gallons of water. Seven pounds of coarse salt. Three and a half pounds of coarse brown sugar. Half a pound of saltpetre. Half a pound of bruised ...
-No. 4. Dry Brine Or Spiced Salt
Required: Two pounds of coarse salt. Two pounds of coarse brown sugar. Two ounces of saltpetre. Four ounces of black pepper. One ounce of cloves. Four ounces ...
-No. 5. Spiced Dry Brine
Required: Four pounds of coarse salt Three-quarters of a pound of brown sugar. One ounce of black pepper. Half an ounce of ground cloves. Half an ounce of ...
-To Cure Bacon
Required: One and a half pounds of coarse brown sugar. One and a half pounds of bay salt. Six ounces of saltpetre. Sprinkle the flitches well with some extra ...
-To Cure Hams
Required: One pound of treacle. Half a pound of coarse brown sugar. One pound of coarse salt. Half a pound of bay salt. Two ounces of saltpetre. Pound and mix ...
-Pigeon-And-Steak Pie
Required: Four pigeons. A pound of fillet of beef. Half a teaspoonful of chopped herbs. Two teaspoonfuls of parsley and onion Three hard-boiled eggs. A dozen ...
-Fried Chicken
Required: One fowl. Two tablespoonfuls of flour. One teaspoonful of salt. A dust of pepper and cayenne. Two ounces of beef dripping. Three tomatoes. Watercress.
-Chicken Saute A La Russe
Required: One fowl. Three tablespoonfuls of salad oil. Half an ounce of butter. One small onion. Two ounces of raw or cooked ham. Half a pint of good brown ...
-Chicken With Rice
Required: One fowl - a tough one will do. One large carrot, turnip, and onion. A bunch of parsley, thyme, marjoram, and a bay-leaf. Half a pound of rice. Half ...
-Roast Duckling
Required: A couple of ducklings. Butter or good dripping. Dress and truss the ducklings, leaving the feet on. Rub them well over with a little warmed butter, ...
-Gateau A La Viennoise
Required: One chocolate cake (about one pound weight). Half a pound of icing sugar. Fight ounces of crystallised apricots. A stick of angelica. A pound pot of ...
-Coffee Jelly
Required: Half a pint of strong, clear coffee. Half a pint of water. Half an ounce of leaf gelatine. Six or eight lumps of sugar. Flavoured whipped cream, if ...
-Baked Bananas
Required: Four bananas. Four teaspoonfuls of castor sugar. Four teaspoonfuls of hot water. One ounce of butter. A little spice. (Sufficient for three.) Peel ...
-Punch Jelly
Required: A wineglassful of rum. A wineglassful of sherry. A wineglassful of Kirsch. Half a pound of loaf sugar. One and a half ounces of leaf gelatine. One ...
-5. Wills
Hints on Making a Will - Some Don'ts - A Simple Formula Don't put off making your will until you feel ill and are in the fear of death. It is much better to ...
-2. Glossary Of Terms
Heir. - The person born in wedlock, in allegiance to the Crown, and entitled to the undevised freehold estates of inheritance of a deceased person. Copyhold ...
-Women Of The Bible - Deborah, The Lawgiver And Poet
During the Civil War in America an almost unknown woman, pondering one night over the great cause at issue between her fellow-countrymen, received a sudden ...
-Women Of The Bible - Deborah, The Lawgiver And Poet. Continued
Fired by the attitude of Deborah, Barak went down from Mount Tabor, and ten thousand men with him, and all the hosts of Sisera were discomfited before them.
-Where To Study Art - The Edinburgh College Of Art - The Royal Scottish Academy School Of Painting - The Glasgow School Of Art
Where Edinburgh Art Students Study - Curriculum and Fees - The Royal Scottish Academy School of Painting - Advantages Offered to Students - The Glasgow School ...
-The Royal Scottish Academy School Of Painting - The Glasgow School Of Art. Part 2
Special Classes: Etching, wood block printing. Trade Classes: House painting and decorating, goldsmith's and silversmith's apprentices class. The Preliminary ...
-The Royal Scottish Academy School of Painting
Tuition at the Royal Scottish Academy School of Painting is given by four visitors appointed by the Royal Scottish Academy - Mr. J. Campbell Noble, R.s.a.; Mr.
-How To Make Paper Lace
A Simple but Useful Accomplishment - Materials Required - How to Cut the Paper - Articles Which are Easily Made - Objects to Which the Work Can be Applied - A ...
-The Art Of Rose Growing
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society Roses in Small and Large Gardens - Various Sections - Methods of Propagation - Preparing and Planting - Newly Bought Roses ...
-The Art Of Rose Growing. Continued
Suitable Soils With regard to soils suitable for roses, a mistake is also frequently made in supposing that a clay soil is the only suitable medium for rose ...
-How To Teach A Cat Tricks
A Docile Pupil to Teach - The Underlying Principle to Observe - Easy Tricks - Jumping Ringing a Bell - Asking to Go Out - Rolling a Ball - Begging Although the ...
-How To Teach A Cat Tricks. Part 2
Of course, the first trick is far the hardest to teach, for which reason it would be better to begin with something simple, such as begging, but once that is ...
-How To Teach A Cat Tricks. Part 3
As the public are the judges in the humorous classes, it will be necessary to provide voting papers, and these papers should be left at the secretary's office ...
-My Rules For Health And Beauty
It would be rash to venture a guess as to the number of thousands of playgoers of all ages and many nationalities Miss Pauline Chase has bewitched by her ...
-6. The Art Of Hairdressing. Some Court Coiffures
Diploma of Honour, Paris Exhibition; Coiffeur by Appointment to H.m. the Queen. Hairdressing for presentation at Court is always a problem - a very serious ...
-Beautiful Wmen In History - Queen Louisa Of Prussia
One day in 1794 the Countess von Voss, Mistress of the Household to the Crown Princess Louisa Augusta Wilhelmina Amelia of Prussia, opened a door in the palace ...
-Beautiful Wmen In History - Queen Louisa Of Prussia. Continued
Gathering Clouds They spelt exile to her and her family. The following years found them established at a little farmhouse, living frugally, sometimes almost ...
-4. Beauty Adorned
Colour in a Hat an Important Consideration - Unbecoming Hats - How Jewels Should be Worn to Bring out the Wearer's Best Points - Dress as an Aid to Beauty The ...
-2. True Love Stories Of Famous People. No. 35. Two Warriors In Love - Wellington And Wolfe
No; emphatically no - he would not ask Miss Hoskins to marry him - despite her 30,000 a year. He had given his heart to Elizabeth Lawson. What was there to ...
-2. True Love Stories Of Famous People. Two Warriors In Love - Wellington And Wolfe. Part 2
And in her mother's heart, perhaps, Mrs. Wolfe sorrowed that the boy's sense of duty was stronger than his love. She would gladly have kept her son at home.
-True Love Stories Of Famous People. Two Warriors In Love - Wellington And Wolfe. Part 3
Her third son, in fact, was never a favourite with Lady Mornington. And Lord Morning-ton died when the boy was in his infancy. Even his brothers looked coldly ...
-Love - Famous Love Passages From English Literature Aylwin
This very charming and poetical story, although written many years ago, only appeared in 1898, when it immediately became a classic of the language. The dreamy ...
-Love - Famous Love Passages From English Literature Aylwin. Continued
I have to say, Winifred, that the man does not live and never has lived, said I, with suppressed vehemence, who loved a woman as I love you. Oh, sir! Oh, Henry!
-8. The Language Of Flowers
By Lydia O'shea Ragged Robin - Wit. Ranunculus - You are radiant with charms. Ranunculus (wild) - Ingratitude. Rhododendron - Danger, beware. From two Greek ...
-Home-Made Hair Ornaments
Bandeau in Gold Thread with Pink Border - Spray of Golden Apples and Leaves - Butterfly in Silver Thread and Tosca Beads - Instructions for Making - Materials ...
-Figs. I and 2. Bandeau
Required: Old gold thread, pink thread, florist's wire, and a crochet hook, size 4 1/2. With the old gold thread work 36 ch. Take the florist's wire, and lay ...
-2. Hairpin Work
The Application of Hairpin Work to Various Uses - Wide Scope and Adaptability of the Work - How to Join the Gimp - Edgings and Finishings in Crochet - Beads as ...
-Needlework - Some Ways Of Utilising Scraps Of Ribbon
Taking Stock of Odd Lengths - How Remnants of Silk and Canvas may be Utilised - A Suggestion for a Table-centre - Hydrangea as the Motif for a Charming Design - ...
-How To Make Safety-Pin Holders
A Simple Arrangement for Keeping Safety Pins - Materials Required - A Practical Idea for the Nursery Pincushion The safety pin is a toilet requisite of ...
-The Corsage And The Blouse
The Deposed Magyar - New Collars and Sleeves - The Ubiquitous Belt n 1911 the Magyar pattern in blouses and I corsages was all-conquering. In 1912 it is ...
-Dress - The Story Of The Garter
Antiquity of the Garter - Garters of the Past - The Modern Garter The origin of the garter, which is at once an article of attire and of adornment, is shrouded ...
-Dress - The Story Of The Garter. Continued
Mary Queen of Scots, we are told, on the day of her execution, wore violet silk stockings, and upheld them with the aid of exquisite garter scarves. In one of ...
-Dress Accessories
A Muff with Interchangeable Linings - How to Make the Inner Muff For everyday wear a black-lined muff is undoubtedly the most useful. But there are occasions ...
-Fitment Furniture
Furniture which Economises Floor Space - Disadvantages of Piece-furniture - Amateur Cabinet-making Usually a Failure - The Merits of Fitment Furniture - A ...
-2. Household Linen
How To Keep Linen In Order The Sewing of Buttons - Tapes and Loops - Uses of Old Linen earl buttons are very easily sewn on, but P they are not very much used ...
-Woman's Home - The Noiseless House
The Claims of the Healthy Child - A Patient Parson - Minimising Unavoidable Noises - On Practising - A Quiet Bedroom - How to Ameliorate Household Noises - ...
-How To Be Polite Though Married
Author of How to be Happy Though Married, etc., etc. A Fatal Error - Advice Which Failed - An Ill-mannered Poet - How to Rebuke a Chinaman-mutual Admiration ...
-When A Man Loves A Maid In Brittany
A Fortress of Forgotten Rites - Where Marriage is Truly Sacred - Marrying Day at Plougastel A Relic of the Pagan Past - The Mother's Pathetic Farewell n ...
-Command Performances
Queen Elizabeth and the Drama - An Old Custom Revived by Queen Victoria - Dress at a Command Performance - Preparations and Rehearsals - The Performance and ...
-Command Performances. Continued
Preliminary Preparations The proper lighting of the stage is nowadays an important factor in every production. In these preliminary preparations the ...
-Women Commercial Travellers
A New Opening for the Business Woman - How it has Arisen - The Woman who Succeeds Therein - Salaries and Emoluments - The Work and How to Do It - Speciality ...
-A Dyer And Cleaners' Receiving Office
Responsibility of the Trade - Dry and Wet Cleaning - Their Respective Merits - How to Remove Stains at Home - Advice on Dyeing It is the custom of the dyeing ...
-Accountancy And Book Keeping
The Future of Accountancy as a Profession for Women - The Necessary Training - Where and How to Obtain It - The Value of Experience - Commercial Openings - ...
-Is Your Eyesight Good?
Sight Tests. Can You Read Them? At A Distance Of 4 To 4 1/2 Feet You should be able to read this print in a good light without undue strain of the eyes. At 5 1/ ...
-Eye Ailments And How To Treat Them In Emergency
Black Eye Bathe first with hot water to ease the pain. Then apply a handkerchief wrung out of cold water folded into a pad. Bandage this in place. It acts as a ...
-The Eyesight - And How To Preserve It
The Marvellous Mechanism of the Human Eye - Eye-strain a Frequent Cause of Nervous Disorder - Structure of the Eye - Myopia - Hypermetropia - Weak Sight - ...
-The Eyesight - And How To Preserve It. Continued
Myopia, Or Short Sight When the eye is too long from before backwards, or the lens is too curved, it can readily be seen from the drawings that distant objects ...
-2. Hygiene In The Home
Some Suggestions For Dress Reform-Continued The Absurdities of Dress - Wearing of Veils - High Heels and Garters - Colour in Clothes - Aim of Hygienic Dress ...
-Foreign Health Resorts
Advantage of Treatment Abroad - The Special Benefits to be Derived from Marienbad, Homburg, Carlsbad - Delightful Situation of Evian-les-bains - Diet Cures - ...
-6. Mind Growth And Character Building
Development of the Senses - The Child's Will - Mental Hygiene - Some Points to Rememberdevelopment of Memory very mother ought to know something of E the ...
-22. Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Tinned Food (Poisoning). Food poisoning has been considered elsewhere, and it will be sufficient to say here that there are two main varieties of tinned food ...
-Lady De Walden
The lady who holds the enviable position of being the wife of, perhaps, the wealthiest man in England was Miss Van Raalte prior to her marriage, in February, ...
-Miss Lena Ashwell
It was in a play called The Pharisee, at the I Grand Theatre, Islington, that this popular actress made her debut, in 1891. Her part was not a very fat one, ...
-Miss Getha Sowerby
Fame in a night is a phrase which is particularly applicable to the career of Miss Getha Sowerby, whose remarkable play, Rutherford and Son, was produced at ...
-The Countess Of Kinnoull, Miss "Molly" Darell
The Countess of A Kinnoull was considered the best amateur violinist of her age in England. Lord Kinnoull, too, is a fine musician, and plays both the organ ...
-Lady Mayo
Of the ladies who have devoted their time and O attention to promoting Irish and Scotch Home Industries, none, perhaps, have worked more indefatigably than ...
-Lady Truscott
Or many years Lady F Truscott has enjoyed the reputation of being one of the hardest workers for charity in London. Perhaps her most successful scheme has been ...
-Miss Maud Allan
The famous dancer finds it difficult to account T for her passion for the stage, for she says that, to the best of her belief, there is not a scrap of ...
-6. The Triumph Of Woman
By Sarah A. Tooley Women and Temperance - A New Idea in Club Organisation - Women's Clubs - The Co-operative Movement - Industrial Unions and Councils - The ...
-6. The Triumph Of Woman. Part 2
The co-operative movement and the industrial world offer yet other aspects of woman's growing power of combination. The co-operative system has appealed to the ...
-6. The Triumph Of Woman. Part 3
To-day women are passing from the status of amateurs to that of professional gardeners, and are proving themselves most successful as co-workers with men in ...
-Women Of The Bible - Sarah, The Mother Of Nations
Sarah, the wife of Abraham, and mother of the Jewish nation, is the first woman in Biblical history whose life story is related with biographic detail. That ...
-Children. A Pirate Treasure Hunt
The Treasure Seekers Arrive - The Clues - Hot on the Trail - At Last! - The Victors Return in Triumph - And Then Comes Tea A children's treasure hunt in the ...
-8. The Home Kindergarten. Modelling And Drawing
The Educative Value of Modelling - Materials With Which to Model - Sand - The Use of Clay and Plasticine - Objects Suitable for Modelling - Drawing as a ...
-8. The Home Kindergarten. Modelling And Drawing. Part 2
From the child's first pencillings we can learn much of the inner workings of his mind. The young child has ideas, but not sufficient words to express them, ...
-8. The Home Kindergarten. Modelling And Drawing. Part 3
On the whole, North-country and Scottish folk are more superstitious than the people of the English southern counties. But often the same charms will be found ...
-8. The Home Kindergarten. Modelling And Drawing. Part 4
Cut them on Monday, cut them for health; Cut them on Tuesday, cut them for wealth; Cut them on Wednesday, cut them for news; Cut them on Thursday, a new pair ...
-Chicken Turbot Fermiere
Chicken turbots are amongst the most delicate and most easily obtainable of fish; their varying sizes admit of their being served either for three, four, or up ...
-Chicken Turbot Andalouse
Cut the fish up the back, season and lay it in a deep earthenware dish of convenient size, liberally buttered. In the case of a chicken turbot weighing about ...
-Filets De Soles Bercy
Butter the bottom of the dish intended for the soles and sprinkle it with two finely chopped shallots. Lay the soles lengthwise upon the dish, side by side; ...
-Fillets Of Sole Ambassador
Take some nice fillets of sole and fold them over in half. Place them in a well-buttered pan with a little lemon-juice and cook them in the oven. Have ready ...
-Whiting Gratin
Fillet a medium-sized whiting, and dip the fillets in flour; season, then dip them in warm butter and breadcrumbs; a very little flour should be mixed with the ...
-Whitings A La Francaise
Take your whitings and clean and trim and score across with a sharp knife; season, and dust them with flour; dip into the well-beaten eggs, and then directly ...
-"Squab Pie" (a Devonshire Dainty)
Required: Two pounds of pieces of pork. One pound of apples. A teaspoonful of powdered sage. One pound of onions. Three-quarters of a pound of flour. Six ...
-Roman Pie
Required: Three-quarters of a pound of rough puff or short-crust pastry. Two ounces of cooked vermicelli. One pound of cooked veal. A quarter of a pound of ...
-Mutton Cutlets A La Victoria
Required: One and a half pounds of best end of neck of mutton. Half a pint of thick, white sauce. One ounce of lean, chopped ham. One teaspoonful of chopped ...
-Fillets Of Mutton With Soubise Sauce
Required: Three pounds of loin of mutton. Three ounces of butter. Six or eight large slices of tomatoes. Half an ounce of glaze. One tablespoonful of Parmesan ...
-Sausage Cakes
Required: Two pounds of lean pork. One teaspoonful of powdered sage-leaves. One teaspoonful of salt. One saltspoonful of black pepper. Chop the meat very fine, ...
-Kidneys A L'ltalienne
Required: Four sheeps' kidneys. Two tomatoes. Two teaspoonfuls of chopped ham. Two teaspoonfuls of chopped mushrooms. Three teaspoonfuls (level) of flour. A ...
-Stewed Steak A La Tomate
Required: Two pounds of lean beef. Two pounds of tomatoes. Half a pint of cooked haricot beans. One onion. A teacupful of small balls of cooked potato. Half a ...
-Stewed Fillet Of Beef
Required: Three pounds of fillet of beef. A dozen mushrooms. Four tablespoonfuls of chopped shallot or onion. A pint and a half of stock or water. An ounce of ...
-How To Cook A Potato
In this article, M. Escoffier, chef of the Carlton Hotel, gives some valuable information on the art of cooking. High in his profession as he is, the advice of ...
-Recipes For Cooking Potatoes
Boiled Potatoes - Fried Potatoes - Chipped Potatoes - Pommes de Terre Anna - Souffle Potatoes Potato Salad With and Without Meat Boiling Potatoes. Every cook ...
-Windsor Cake
Required: Three-quarters of a pound of flour. Eight ounces of butter. Eight ounces of castor sugar. Quarter of a pint of milk. Four eggs. Two level ...
-Ginger Cakes
Required: Three-quarters of a pound of flour. Half a pound of syrup. Six ounces of butter. Two ounces of preserved ginger. Four ounces of moist sugar. Three ...
-Russian Cake
Required: Six eggs. Eight ounces of castor sugar. Six ounces of flour. Five ounces of butter. Cochineal, vanilla, coffee essence. Apricot jam. Almond icing.
-2. For Almond Icing
See Every Woman's Encyclopaedia, Vol. 1, page 395, using half a pound each of sugar and almonds. Marbled Cake. The marbled appearance of the icing is obtained ...
-Marbled Cake
Required: The same as for Russian cake, but omit almond icing, substituting white glace icing and chocolate glace icing. Make and bake the cake as directed for ...
-Polo Cakes
Required: Rich short-crust pastry. Three eggs and one extra yolk. The weight of three eggs in butter, flour, and castor sugar. One teaspoonful of baking-powder.
-Married Women And Crime
How Far a Husband is Responsible for His Wife's Misdeeds - An Accessory Before or After the Fact - Coercing a Wife - Husbands and Wives as Witnesses husband is ...
-Borrowing And Lending - The Responsibility Of The Borrower
The Bailor and the Bailee - Their Respective Responsibility - Returning a Loan A person may borrow an article for her own benefit, as where a friend who is ...
-Mushrooms For Profit
Author of Small Holdings for Women Flower Culture for Profit, etc. The Ideal Circumstances - When to Start - Cost of Manure - Making Up the Beds - Spawn, and ...
-21. The Garden
Fixing The Boundary Everything, however, will depend upon the manure itself, and to a slight extent upon the weather. When ready for making into beds the ...
-The Art of Rose-Growing
By Helen Colt, F.r.h.s. Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society The Mysteries of Pruning - Hybrid Perpetuals and Hybrid Tea Roses - The Gloire de Dijon-brier ...
-22. The Garden
The Weeping Rose To turn a strong-growing rose into a weeper of the type which naturally produces long pendent shoots requires that the leading growth be ...
-The "Sheltie"
The Hardy Highlander - His Appearance - How the Modern Sheltie Originated - Cost of a Pony - Stabling, Feeding, and Grooming - Cost of Keep - Some Useful Hints ...
-The Greyhound
Breeder And Exhibitor The Oldest of Breeds - A Common Error - The Character of the Greyhound - A Wonderful Picture - A Fifteenth Century Sportsman - The Size ...
-Where To Study Art - The Glasgow School Of Art
The Course of Study - Fees for Tuition - Special Courses - Scholarships, Bursaries, and Prizes he Glasgow school of art is open from T 9 a.m. to 9.15 p.m. five ...
-The Arts - New Ideas For The Pianist
A Plea for the Choice of Little Known Music - How to Avoid Monotony - Many Suggestions It is extraordinary in what grooves pianists allow their repertoires to ...
-Motoring For Women. The Pleasures Of Motoring
The Peculiar Appeal of Motoring - France, the Ideal Land of the Motorist - Where Our Own Land Fails - Chateaux-land - Suggestions to the Novice think the ...
-Motoring For Women. The Pleasures Of Motoring. Part 2
In Praise Of The Car Europe will be yours, and you its discoverers. Throughout its length and breadth, through its cities, by its lakes, over its mountains, ...
-Motoring For Women. The Pleasures Of Motoring. Part 3
A second shape of straw must be made exactly the same way of natural straw. This is cut out as before, and the two are then pasted together. Now the straw ...
-Recreations - The Making Of Home-Made Dolls An Interesting Recreation For Old And Young
Those who have bought rag dolls know how expensive they are. The best and most fascinating ones cost as much as 4s. or 5s. each. Yet even better dolls than ...
-The Beauty Of Modern Cross-Stitch
The Adaptability of Cross-stitch Work on Canvas - Charm of the Conventional Design - A Useful Pincushion - Cross-stitch Applied to Dress Accessories - Borders ...
-Needlework - Floral "Jewellery"
Fashion's Pretty Whim for Morning Wear - How a Plain Girl May Score - Points to Consider - A Dainty Rose Wreath Slide - Some Floral Brooches - A Novel Necklace ...
-Scented Sachets
The Very Essence of Daintiness - Materials to Use - How to Make the Sachets - Designs Suitable to Use - Attractive Novelties for Bazaars - Dainty Sets, ...
-Drawn-Thread Work
A Connecting Link Between Embroidery and Lace Work - Materials Used - Where to Look for Designs - Antiquity of Drawn Work - Some Simple Designs Drawn-thread ...
-New Design For A Tea Cosy
Handsome and Uncommon Design - Materials and Shades to be Employed - A Variety of Stitches The Use of Aluminium Thread The idea for this design was taken from ...
-Summer Frocks And Hats
Light and Airy Fabrics and Lovely Old-world Colours - The Lingerie Dress - Tub Frocks Made of Towelling - New Parasols s there any more delightful subject than ...
-Dress - My Prettiest Stage Dress - Confessions Of Some Of Our Most Popular Actresses
What the stage wears to-day society will wear to-morrow. That fact most people recognise, for it is behind the footlights that one invariably first sees ...
-My Prettiest Stage Dress - Confessions Of Some Of Our Most Popular Actresses. Continued
In the last act of Mr. Bernard Shaw' s Fanny's First Play, Miss Lillah Mccarthy (Mrs. Granville Barker) wears a gown made of white silk crepe with pink n i n o ...
-Dress - A Practical Lesson In Millinery. Ribbon And Its Uses
The First Ribbons - Various Kinds of Silk Ribbons - How to Form a Ribbon Aigrette - Wiring the Ribbon - Where to Place the Garniture when Complete Ribbons were ...
-Beautiful Women Of History - Harriet, Duchess Of Sutherland
Of such are Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick, immortalised by Reynolds as Collina, and the lovely Miss Croker. Lawrence painted her, many memoir writers raved of her ...
-Beautiful Women Of History - Harriet, Duchess Of Sutherland. Continued
One may take her constant interest in the Staffordshire Potteries as a type of her kindliness. Wedgwood, in his diaries, is always referring to the trouble ...
-Beauty - Exercises That Bring Grace Amd Beauty. Physical Drill With Wands
Fellow of the Gymnastic Teachers Institute; Member 0/ the British College of Physical Education, Queen Alexandra's House Gymnasium, Kensington Gore, S. W. The ...
-Elementary Wand Exercises
Exercise 1 Count I. Arms upward bend (wand across chest). 2. Arms upward stretch, head backwards bend (see Fig. 1). 3. Return to 1. 4. Recover (to starting ...
-Second Group Of Wand Exercises Moderately Advanced
N.B. - The movement takes place with the first of the counts, unless the word slowly is used. Exercise 1 Count 1. Step obliquely forwards with left foot. Turn ...
-Third Group Of Wand Exercises Advanced
For these exercises the wands should be 4 ft. in length, and held at the ends. Exercise 1 Count I, 2. Raise wand forward and up. 3, 4. Rise on toes, wand ...
-Space Economy In Furnishing - A Flat
The Difficulties of Furnishing Small Rooms - And How to Overcome Them - Folding Furniture - Single Bedroom Furniture - Practical Suggestions - Beds The girl ...
-Woman's Home - The Romance Of Old China Ware View Ware
Author of How to Identify Old China and How to Identify Old Chinese Porcelain The Origin of View Ware - Some Famous Makers - Service Made by Wedgwood for the ...
-Woman's Home - The Romance Of Old China Ware View Ware. Continued
Tureen in dark blue English view ware. Such a specimen could be adapted for use as a fern-bowl with admirable effect. Country seats were a favourite subject ...
-The Choice And Care Of Blankets
Choice of Blankets - Price - Allowance for Each Bed - Use of Old Blankets - Storage - Washing and Disinfection When choosing blankets for the household, it is ...
-Woman's Home - The "Hollyhock" Bedroom
The Room of Repose - Colours and their Influence - White Enamelled Furniture - Cretonne and Bolton Sheeting - Ideas for Carrying Out a Scheme - Estimated Cost ...
-Children. The Fun Of A Garden Games Party
The Red Indian Race - Driving. Blindfold - Spoon and Potato Races - A Menagerie Race Pig-sticking on Pickaback A garden games party makes a delightful half- ...
-Children. The Fun Of A Garden Games Party. Part 2
Directly after tea comes one of the most exciting events of the afternoon, as half a dozen of the tamest of nursery and schoolroom pets are produced by ...
-Children. The Fun Of A Garden Games Party. Part 3
The Tumbling Lady, though she looks similar to Humpty-dumpty, is manufactured in quite a different fashion. A hard-boiled egg is taken, and the shell gently ...
-Ancient Houses And Their Chatelaines - Hatfield House And Apsley House
The Chatelaine of an Historic Mansion - Hatfield in the Past - A Persecuted Princess - The Great Lord Burleigh - A Double-faced Portrait - Relics of the Virgin ...
-Ancient Houses And Their Chatelaines - Hatfield House And Apsley House. Continued
It was the son of this Lord Burleigh who made many improvements at Hatfield, entirely rebuilding a great part of it, and laying out the gardens in the stately ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People - 36. Charlotte Bronte
Exciting happenings are rare at Haworth; so rare, indeed, that almost any happening is deemed exciting - or was ninety years ago. Since then, no doubt, the ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People - 36. Charlotte Bronte. Part 2
And then again she was heart-whole. This surely is curious. Charlotte Bronte heart-whole at the age of thirty-one! Charlotte Bronte, the first novelist to make ...
-True Love-Stories Of Famous People - 36. Charlotte Bronte. Part 3
A Woman's Way And yet when she had the opportunity of exemplifying her own wise teaching, womanlike, she refused to do so. How very much easier it is to ...
-4. Love - The Language Of Flowers
Saffron - Beware of excess. Because a weak infusion of saffron is very beneficial and exhilarating, but an excessive dose is equally injurious, tending to ...
-4. Love - The Language Of Flowers. Part 2
Venus's Looking-glass - Flattery. This was a title bestowed upon the campanula on account of the resemblance of its flower to the round mirrors used in England ...
-4. Love - The Language Of Flowers. Part 3
(Line 653.) A rosebud set with little wilful thorns, And sweet as English air could make her. ( The Princess. Line 153.) Love, like death, Levels all ranks, ...
-The Art Of China Restoring - A Delightful And Lucrative Profession For Artistic Girls
Where Lessons may be Taken - Possible Earnings - Remarkable Examples of the Art - Appliances Required There are few pleasanter or more profitable professions ...
-2. Accountancy And Book-Keeping
Subjects for Examination - How to Gain Experience when Qualified - Posts and Salaries - Pensions - Medical Tests - Openings Available The London Chamber of ...
-Beauty And Marriage
Author of How to be Happy Though Married, The Five Talents of Woman etc., etc. The Prudent People - An Irish Girl's Retort - Marrying for Beauty - Furniture ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. A Russian Marriage
Russian peasants are by no means the gloomy, down-trodden, miserable beings depicted in so many books, some of which have been written by persons with but a ...
-Marriage Customs In Many Lands. A Russian Marriage. Continued
By Elizabeth Stennett A Good Habit to Cultivate - The Gentle Art of Good Conversation - A Study in Good Humour Sulks and Silences think it was Robert Louis ...
-Women And Eugenics - The Science That Hopes To Purify The Race
The Science of Race Culture - The Morality of the Future - Forces to be Reckoned With - Healthy Parenthood - The Object of Eugenics ithin the last few years ...
-Medical - Health And Hygiene In The Nursery. Weak Chests And How To Strengthen Them
When to Commence Treatment - Expansion of the Chest by Exercises - The Right Sort of Food-clothing - Value of Games Many mothers have found during the winter a ...
-3. Hygiene In The Home. Hygienic Furnishing
Improvement in House Furnishing - The Cult of Simplicity - Dispensing with the Useless-removal of Dust - Fresh Air and Sunlight n recent years, as a result of ...
-Medical - The Poison Bottle
A Word of Warning in the Use of Poisons - Special Bottles in Which to Keep Them - Distinctive Labels - Symptoms and Antidotes of Certain Poisons As various ...
-Medical - Common Ailments And Their Treatment
Tongue-tie. This condition occurs when the frenum of the tongue, the little piece of mucous membrane fastening it to the floor of the mouth, is too short, or ...
-Mrs. R. F. Scott
The wife of the intrepid Antarctic explorer T has a fame all her own, for she is an exceedingly clever sculptor, and in March, 1912, her exhibition of ...
-The Countess Of Craven
The marriage of Lord Craven, in 1893, to T the daughter of those fabulously rich Americans, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Martin, was one of the social sensations of ...
-Mrs. Pethick Lawrence
There are not a T few people who are under the impression that Mrs. Pethick Lawrence's claim to fame is solely in connection with the work of the Women's ...
-Viscountess Curzon - Miss Viola Tree
Among the characteristic stories told of A Miss Viola Tree, daughter of Sir Herbert and Lady Tree, whose engagement to Mr. Alan Leonard Parsons, son of the Rev.
-Miss Agnes Nicholls
For some years regarded as our leading British soprano, Miss Agnes Nicholls was a violinist before she became a singer. As a child she used to play in an ...
-Mrs. Lionel Mander (Princess Pretiva of Cooch Behar)
One of the most romantic of Indian weddings O was that of Princess Pretiva, daughter of the Maharajah of Cooch Behar, to Mr. Lionel Henry Mander, of ...
-2. World Of Women - The Triumph Of Woman
Women as House Decorators - Pioneers in Engineering Work - Women as Accountants and Auditors - The Necessary Training - French Husbands and Wives as Business ...
-2. World Of Women - The Triumph Of Woman. Part 2
In the North of England another woman has done duty as stationmaster for several years. Continuing our review of the gigantic strides made in the admission of ...
-2. World Of Women - The Triumph Of Woman. Part 3
The Bank of England has long gloried in a feminine appellation, and possibly the wise Old Lady of Threadneedle Street will soon demand a place for her ...
-World of Women. Women Journalists
Women are of necessity upon the staff of every paper to meet the new demands, and some hold editorial positions and have founded periodicals. The first woman's ...
-Waldorf Salad
Cut into very thin slices one ripe apple, two cooked potatoes, two bananas, two small tomatoes freed from seed, a few points of green asparagus or of thick ...
-Green Salad
Having washed two good lettuces and one curly endive, place them on ice in a napkin, to become crisp. Break them into neat pieces with the fingers, and do not ...
-Japanese Salad
Cook tender some small rice, and dry it free; cook also some young green peas, some small rings of new carrots. Drain all and place together, add a little ...
-Salade Vivois
Cut three freshly boiled potatoes into very fine dice, also one spring onion, two beetroots, and two tomatoes. Let all lay together. Season well. Mix one ...
-Salade Alexandra
Tomatoes, celery, truffles, lettuce, and points of asparagus cut into small pieces; season with salt and pepper. Mix a little best olive salad oil, one ...
-Salade Russe
Cut into dice any pieces of tongue, ham, cooked potatoes, the white part of celery, white haricot beans which have been cooked tender, and some chives which ...
-Beef A La Mode
Required: One ox-cheek. One cow-heel. Four carrots. Four onions. A bunch of parsley and herbs. Two ounces of flour. Four ounces of dripping. Salt and pepper.
-Stewed Steak
Required: One and a half pounds of steak. Two small carrots. Two small turnips. Two small onions. One ounce of flour. One ounce of dripping. One pint of stock ...
-Noisettes De Pre-Sale A La Sauvaroff
Required: Two pounds of loin of lamb. One pound of tomatoes. One pint of brown sauce. One gill of claret. One teaspoonful of chopped truffle. A little glaze.
-Pommes De Terre Parisiennes
Peel two or more potatoes, and with a round vegetable scoop take out little balls like marbles. Cook them in boiling salted water till they begin to crack and ...
-Sirloin En Casserole
Required: The remains of a sirloin. Two onions. Two ounces of butter. Four ounces of bacon. Two large, firm, cooked potatoes. Two tablespoonfuls of mixed ...
-Veal Galantine
Required: One small breast of veal. Two pounds of sausages. Salt, pepper, and a little nutmeg. Half a pound of cooked ham or bacon. Three hard-boiled eggs.
-Noisettes Of Mutton A La Dauphine
Required: A neck of mutton. Two ounces of butter. One ounce of glaze. Six mushrooms. Six tomatoes. Salt and pepper. Cut the fillet from the neck of mutton - ...
-Mutton Cutlets A La Provencale
Required: One and a half pounds of the best end of neck of mutton. One gill of Soubise sauce. Half an ounce of butter. Two mushrooms (finely chopped). Two ...
-Fillets Of Mutton With Artichoke - Bottoms
Required: One and a half pounds of loin of mutton. A quarter of a pound of larding bacon. An ounce of butter. A little glaze. Four artichoke bottoms Remove all ...
-Summer Stew
Required: Twelve neck chops. One ounce of dripping. Two onions. One and a half pints of stock. Three pounds of new potatoes. Cooked peas. A little flour. Dust ...
-Lamb Stew A La Waldim1r
Required: One loin of lamb. One young cabbage. Six slices of raw ham. Two dozen small onions. Two tablespoonfuls of butter. Two breakfastcupfuls of good brown ...
-Foods In Season In June
Bream Crabs Eels Haddock Herrings Mullet (red and grey) Dublin or Lobster Prawns Salmon Slips Turbot Fish Brill Crayfish Flounders Hake Lobsters Plaice Perch ( ...
-Croutes A L'Osborne
Required: Six anchovies. One hard-boiled egg and two extra yolks. A quarter of a pound of butter. Cayenne. A teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Fried croutons of ...
-Croutes A La Neuvied
Required: Two or more slices of bread. Half a gill of cream. Three herrings' roes. Three pickled gherkins. Six anchovies. Cayenne and pepper. One ounce of ...
-Savoury Croutes
Required: About two slices of bread. Four ounces of butter Three anchovies. Two hard-boiled eggs. About three slices of tongue. Salt and pepper. Separate the ...
-Devonshire Croutes
Required: Two bloaters. Lemon-juice. One hard-boiled yolk of egg. Cayenne. One teaspoonful each of chopped parsley and shallot. Clotted cream. One and a half ...
-Plovers' Eggs A La Reine
Required: Six plovers' eggs. One and a half ounces of butter. One ounce of flour. One pint of milk. A tablespoonful of cream. Salt and pepper. A dozen small ...
-Sardines A L'ltalienne
Required: One large box of sardines. Pepper or cayenne. Slices of slightly buttered toast. A little chopped parsley. Pour the oil from the box of sardines into ...
-Semolina Bouchees
Required: Eight puff-pastry cases. Two ounces of semolina. One pint of milk. One ounce of butter. One ounce of grated Parmesan cheese. Two tablespoonfuls of ...
-Scotch Woodcock
Required: Six pieces of hot buttered toast. Anchovy paste. Three yolks of eggs. Four tablespoonfuls of cream. One and a half ounces of butter. Cayenne. A ...
-Savoury Of Foie Gras
Required: Three ounces of butter. A little lemon-juice. A small tin of pate de foie gras. Six or eight water or milk biscuits. A teaspoonful of chopped parsley.
-Devilled Mushrooms
Required: A dozen medium-sized mushrooms. One ounce of butter. A little lemon-juice. Salt and cayenne. Six croutons of bread. Carefully peel and examine the ...
-Olive Croustades
Required: Eight olives. Two eggs. Two ounces of grated cheese. Anchovy paste. Eight croutes of bread. Have ready eight nicely fried croutes of bread. Beat up ...
-Prawn Croquettes
Required: One pound of cold boiled potatoes. One egg and one extra yolk. Two tablespoonfuls of white sauce. A dozen prawns. Breadcrumbs. Salt and pepper. Rub ...
-Lax On Croutons
Required: Rounds of bread. A tin of lax. The hard-boiled yolk of an egg. Cut as many small rounds of bread as you need, about a quarter of an inch thick, and ...
-Creams
Cream Custards - Homburg Creams - Ginger Cream - Gooseberry Creams - Dresden Creams Creme Brulee - Chocolate Creams - Banana Cream
-Cream Custards
Required: A few ratafias, macaroons, or spongecakes. Red-currant jelly or apricot jam. Two tablespoonfuls of castor sugar. One tablespoonful of brandy, wine, ...
-Homburg Creams
Required: Five eggs. Two lemons. Half a pound of castor sugar. Separate the yolks and whites of the eggs, and beat the yolks lightly. Mix with them the sugar, ...
-Ginger Cream
Required: Three yolks of eggs. One gill of milk. One and a half ounces of castor sugar. Two and a half ounces of preserved ginger. Half a gill of ginger syrup.
-Gooseberry Creams
Required: One quart of green gooseberries. Two ounces of castor sugar. The yolks of four eggs or a quarter of a pint of thick cream. Wash and stalk the ...
-Dresden Creams
Required: Half a pint of thick cream. A quarter of a pound pot of strawberry jam. Cochineal. Coffee essence. Three ounces of castor sugar. Vanilla. Half a ...
-Creme Brulee
Required: A quarter of a pint of milk. A quarter of a pint of cream. Three yolks of eggs. One teaspoonful of cornflour. Vanilla. A dust of powdered cinnamon.
-Chocolate Creams
Required: Two eggs. Half a pint of milk. Two ounces of good plain chocolate. Two ounces of castor sugar. A few drops of vanilla. One ounce of leaf gelatine.
-Banana Creams
Required: One pint of clear wine jelly. Pistachio nuts (about a dozen). One pint of milk. One gill of cream. Three whole eggs and one extra yolk. Five bananas.
-Borrowing And Lending
The Responsibility of a Borrower - of a Lender - An Unlucky Doctor - The Hirer of Work or Labour - Carriers Returning Equivalent There is another kind of loan ...
-2. Women Of The Bible
To-day Jews in every land pay reverence at the Feast of Purim to the beautiful woman who saved their nation from destruction more than two thousand years ago.
-2. Women Of The Bible. Continued
And therefore Queen Esther grieves silently in the palace for her people. Even while she strives to think out a course of action she receives a messenger from ...
-Sarah, The Mother Of Nations
Even when Sarah was advanced in years, it would appear that she had not lost her attractiveness. When Abraham went further south and dwelt in Gerar, he was ...
-Where To Study Art - The Cardiff School Of Art
The Cardiff School of Art, under the head-mastership of Mr. James Bush, B.sc, is situated in Technical Buildings, Dumfriess Place. It is a finely flourishing ...
-2. The Art Of Rose-Growing
Diploma of the Royal Botanic Society How to Have Roses all the Year Round - Methods of Cultivation Under Glass - How to Pot and Prune - A Selection of ...
-2. Mushrooms For Profit
Spawning the Beds - Gathering the Crops - The Final Spurt - How to Pack and Market - Mushrooms in Meadows hen the mushroom-beds have been W prepared, half the ...
-How To Enlarge Holiday Snapshots
An Ingenious Daylight Enlarging Apparatus which May be Set Up for Less than a Shilling The Necessary Outfi - Exposure - General Hints By Gladys Beattie Crozier ...
-How To Enlarge Holiday Snapshots. Part 2
Place the table about a yard back from the window, with the easel standing upon it, just opposite the camera-lens, and stand a sheet of cardboard upon it at ...
-How To Enlarge Holiday Snapshots. Part 3
Do I like dancing? Well - yes. It seems to me one of the best things in this best of good worlds. There's nothing like it for the nerves, the temper, and the ...
-The Setter
Setters as Companion Dogs - The Breed in Tudor Times - The Chief Varieties - How to Distinguish Each - A Record Price for a Setter - How to Feed and Groom - ...
-The Setter. Part 2
In case these terms are a mystery, it may be said that the pastern answers to the ankle-joint in a human being, the stifle to what would be the knee, if a dog' ...
-The Setter. Part 3
The colour of the beak should be very dark, almost black, in blues, blue chequers, and the powdered blue owls, whilst in silvers and silver chequers it is a ...
-Fancy Pigeons as Pets
By F. J. S. Chatterton, Gold, Silver, and Bronze Medallist, Paris, 1910-11 Specialist Breeder and Judge of Poultry, Pigeons, and Cage Birds; Judge at the Grand ...









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