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The Christmas Savings.

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The Christmas Savings. A Hint About Spending Them. Every thoughtful man and woman in the Brit- ish Islands by this has made some provision, or has in mind some plan, for making Christmas as merry a spossible. There is, perhaps, a nice little sum in the Savings Bank, the Money Club, or the Christmas Club, which will be drawn out for all sorts of purposes before the festive sea- son arrives. No matter what the amount may be, be it large or small, the object should be to make the most of ist; to spend it with the idea of getting the most and the best enjoyment from it, and there is no Christmas fruit so nutritious, economical, or indispensable as currants. Now is the time to buy your currants, because you have the new season's stock to choose from. There is the Christmas pudding to think of, the Mince-pies, or the Christmas cake. There are many ways of preparing currant dainties particularly suitable for the Yule Tide season. In fact there are nearly 150 curront recipes for the housewife to choose from, all contained in the little Currant Cookery Book entitled Home Recipes for Cooking Currants," which your grocer has in stock. He will hand you a copy of it free of charge if you ask him. Below is a recipe taken from this little book let: PLAIN CURRANT CAKE. lb. butter, 5 oz. castor sugar, 5 oz. cur- rants, lb. flour, 2 eggs, teaspoonful baking powder, Y, gill milk. METHOD.—Cream, the butter and sugar well together, beat in the eggs quickly, add the sffted, flour and baking powder, and lastly the cur- rants. A little more milk may be added if re- quired. Place the mixture in a buttered cake tin, and bake in a moderate over from i to I hours.

Conway Board of Guardians.

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I Conway Rural District Council.