Back in May for Trove Tuesday, I posted about the “For Wives and Daughters” columns from the Colac Herald. I’ve got more, this time from April 18, 1917 with hints on keeping the household budget in the black during the hard years of WW1 and we learn which is a better investment, a sausage or a chop.
October 8, 2013
Trove Tuesday – Wartime Home Economics
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