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FATTENING SURPLUS COCKERELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
(FATTENING SURPLUS COCK | ERELS. v V- If you have a number of old cock erels about which cannot be dispos ed of for stock purposes or at rea sonable prices, it will probably pay to put them up to fatten. If they are fattened up ??together away from other fowls they should ieea wen enough to put on flesh for the table. Let thenTtiave soft food only and give them two good meals each day —one about 8 a.m., and the other as near 4 p.m. as possible. Wellpre pared barley-meal and fine .sharps, mixed with milk - or boiled potatoes and fat scraps (or beef, pork, or mutton dripping) should jprove ser^ . fattoriinor, food for cocker-.. els. Feed them for all they are worth ; do not stint them; and when the birds begin to lose their appe tites knock off the food, starve-them for a day, and Rill them. The man who can smile, and won't do it- xheate othera and robe him-, self* ;
SOME VERY USEFUL CROSSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
SOME VERY USEFUL -CROSSES. t weeiT'The^BI ack^l^i norca^aiffl IWfc Croad Langshan is very good. It is always advisable to mate the male of the high breed to females of the heavy variety. As 1 have previously stated, the Minorca pure * . ? ? 4-iKIa hirH m ana simpie is 'vi a , the first order, as it carries very lit tle breast meat ; on the other hand, the Langshan cross improves the Minorca very much in this^ respect. Minorca-Houdan. — This is one of the best laying crosses we have. The progeny lay very fine eggs, and nlpntv of them during the winter. As a table cross, too, it is very useful. . , Minorca-Brahma. — This cross also makes a good table one, and the progeny are good layers. They are very hardy, and most adaptable to confined runs, as they stand the cold weather well. Minorca-Hamburgh.— A grand laying cross may be produced by running a Black Minorca male with Black (or any other color) Hani burgh females. This cross, how ever, does not produce good table birdg. ' . Minorc...
THE VALUE OF BONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
THE VALUE OF BONES. Amongst the many forms of ani mal food which have been fed to poultry there is none more valuable than fresh bone freshly cut for use as required. In most localities un cooked fresh bones can be obtained at slaughter-houses and butchers' j shops at a very low price, and as I their feeding value is exceedingly' high, poultry-keepers would be well advised to feed them to growing chicks, laying Hens, and, indeed, all kinds of poultry, as liberally as may be without impairing the health of the birds. It is necessary to have a specially constructed machine for cutting fresh bone, and these can be purchased at from £1 to accord ing to size required — the cheapest being quite suitable for the small owner. A good cutter will reduce all but the hardest bones to pieces sufficiently small for chickens, and will also cut pieces of meat, vege tables, table scraps, etc. The bones which are mostly cut are the large bones of oxen, and for the sake of the machine it is all well t...
THE QUANTITY OF FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
THE QUANTITY OF FOOD. , It is an extremely difficult thing to decide the exact quantity of food which should be given to pullets in order toj keep them lay»n8» prevent them putting on .If*' , might, perhaps j be martage^iMowls could be fed separately ^but th** ? * * ai%« Ann course is. an »mpoMiuw v.«v. as aU fowls have not the same capa city, and do not require the aame.am ount of food to keep them in sondi ; tion, there mu»lbe a certain amount of risk that a. few of the Birda g^y be overfed, while some may, . P®r' haps, not get enough. It Is only possible in feeding poultry to strike an average. Most pioultry-keepers who have been long in the business feed their fowls by the measure and fix a handful of food a head each meal, allowing for fowls two such meals daily. Commonsense, how ever, is the best guide in these mat etrs. yhere is, for example, more feedujr£ in a . handful of maize than in 9 similar measure of oats, or more in one of biscuit meal than in one of fine sharps and ...
SMALL BEGINNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
SMALL BEGINNINGS. Th'e new enthusiast to the poultry fceeping will be well advised to be- J gin in a small way. Every success ful business is conducted by someone who thoroughly understands all the features of it. A very large propor tion of the failures are aue to inex perience. The most successful breeders of to-day began with a few birds and inexpensive poultry fix - tures. Their businesses grew slow ly, but surely. Experience was gained year by year and lessons daily learned were made to serve goou purpose in following seasons. As the. investment grew there was a proportionately increased know ledge of business. What would have been perplexing .prob lems to a beginner were satisfactor ily disposed of , if not avoided, by the man or woman of experience. No pn» can exactly foretell the result of a particular mating, but thie breeder who has studied his fowls from year to year is far more capable of fore 1 - .it? ? MAoitUa tiA UftlA PJlfl OfllV ICIUllg l^autta WI«M 'V r— euess. Th$...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
X special ) New Year Offer. A Suit and a Pair of Trousers A- f: ? FOR . . ? - . ? ./V- «' - ? ? ? ' : '§W 25s. ?'.''.V. ? . . ? - f. - ? ^ .Gents, this is a genuine offer— one that will please -you— - ~ '' so make no delay in making a purchase. SPECIAL VALUE IN SHIRTS AND TROUSERS. Come and see for yourself. It . will .. surprise, you. . , . J. W. DICKSON, ' ' c.\- ?:*: ' r .if' ^ :V; F'1 . ' Green St. Lockhart Z-s - *T .-???' : o : — — \ ' !?'' \:V : P.S.-GENTS' STRAW HATS AT. ? ? 1/3, The Established Stationery, Tobacconist. Hair* ?- dressing, & Newsagency Business Mrs Q. Day, 1 NEXT TO LOCKHART HOTEL. . . - ? ' ALL, THE LATEST PAPERS AND MAGAZINES — Up to Date Stock in Tobaccos And all Stationery Lines, etc. Every penny~is k help, and tlie ? ?' ? Energetic stock salesman*,' - - IMamed below, knows the way to get the last penny '? At his stock sales. Note tlie address : ' I D '' ICFFNAN- sheep and . : . U CATTLE SALESMAN 64 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Gccd PadSoefes for both Bank...
The Poultry Ron. GETTING RID OF PARASITES [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
The Poultry ton. w GETTING RID OF PARASITES The simplest and cheapest way of ridding fowls of parasites is to pro cure a piece of fresh-burnt lime say of four or five pounds in weight, put it into a shallow box, and break it in to small pieces, and let it lie in a dry, airy place free from damp, until it , *).vi umi/ica ttitir iiiw jniwuci.. two weeks it win be ready for ur : , then pass it through a fine sieve to ? remove all impurities. Mix four - pounds of the powder with one pound of flowers of sulphur. When using for getting rid of fleas, put a quantity of the powder into a dredg er, and when the birds are roosting at night, scatter the powder on their backs, and rub it well into the feath ers with the fingers, dust the powder well into the nest-boxes, on the perches, in the dust-bath, and in all crevices that these insects are likely to congregate. It is a safe disinfec tant, and a very effective method of ridding both young and old poultry erf fleas, etc.
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS CHURCH OF ENGLAND FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
RELIGIOUS; ANNOUNCEMENTS CHURCH OF ENGLAND FIXTURES. 1st Sunday in tlie Month. Lockhart 1L a.m., and . New School, Greeuvale Boreo Creel; Town 3 p.m., and Merriton's Lockhart 7.30, and Brookong. '2nd Sunday Lockliart 11 a.m., and Mittagong Osborne 3 p.m._ ' Lockhart 7.30 p.m.' \ - ; . ? 3rd Sunaayl Lockliarj; 8 a.m.' Milbrulong, 11 a.m. Boree Creek Union Church 3 p.m., and Mittagong Loskhart 7.30 p.m. 4th Sunday. Lockhart 11 a.m., and New School, Green - ale Osborne 3 p.m., and Galore Lockhart 7.30 p.m. ., 5th Sunday'. Qiborne ll : a.mf, and Boree Union Church ' Borea Creek Towu 3 p.m. ' ' Lockhart, 7.30 p.m.' ?
The Farmer. CAUSE OF SOFT BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
The Farmer. w CAUSE OF SOFT BUTTER. In connection with this trouble prevention is better than cure, says an export. The cause lies in the high temperature of the^ dairy; and j many dairy farms are indifferently fitted for this purpose.' During the heat of the day, when the outside air r is warmer than that inside, the cor ' ridors should be kept closed, or their place taken by canvas kept constant ly moist. In most- cases a cool dairy for churning can be obtained only by doing the work very early in the niorning. It is essential that the - cream be at a low'enough tempera ture when placed in the churns If not, the butter will be an oily mass, with no grain to speak of, difficult . to wash and to salt, and impossible to work properly. The right tem perature for the cream in summer is between 50 and 54 deg. F., but if it does not rise above 56 deg. it may hp rAncirlprPfl fntrlv cottcfoofrvrv TUp cream may be brought down to this temperature by standing it in cold water, or ice when ob...
CRICKET. South African Tour. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
CRICKET. South African Tour. FIXTURES. - February 10, 11, 13 ' and 14.-- ~ Fourth Test Match, at Melbourne. February 17, 18, 20 and 21. — ~ Against New South Wales, at hyd* ney. . . February 24, 25, 27 and 28. — Fifth Test Match, at Sydney. March 4 ,/6 and 7. — Against South ' Australia, at Adelaide, ' \
GERMAN EVANGELICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH Milbrulong Parish. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
Geeman Evangelic an Luthekan Chuech Milbrulong Parish. 1st Sunday — 10 a.m., Reading Service ; 3 p.m., Sunday School and Y.W.C.A. ' 2nd Sunday — 10 a.m., Sermon ; 3 p.m., Sunda r School and Y.M.C.A. 3 I'd Sunday — 10 a.m., Reading Service. 4th Sunday — 10 a.m., Sermon; 3 p.m., Sunday School and Y.M.C.A. 5th Sunday— 10 a.m., heading Service ; 3 p.m., Sunday School and Y.W.C.A. German School will commence on the j 14th February, Thursday and Saturday a3 usual. Rev. Eenst. Gutekunst.
Two Men Blown to Pieces FEDERAL M.P. ONE OF THE VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
Two Men Blown to Piecef^ FEDERAL MP. ONE OF THE VICTIMS. ; ^ An awful tragedy occurred at Tur«? - * ramurra on Saturday afternoon. Mr G. B. Edwards. M.P. for Norths Sydney, in the Federal Parliame^Vf and a man named Grahnin, a mecha nic, were overhauling an acetylene eras nlant. which was out of renair. when a terrific explosion occurred. The plant was completely wrecketfpr ~ the pump being blown 20 feet awayi The horribly mutilated remains of , Edwards and Graham were found, amongst the wreckage, life in eacfi ^ case being extinct, death having ap parently been instantaneous. .JSx- *' actiy Jmwn iTe~exmoMun occurre'cl* will never be known, as only the two victims were there. Further, .par ticulars show that Edwards' daugh ter was the only witness of the explosion, and saw her father almost blown to pieces. One side of hig^ body was blown away. Terribfo? wounds were inflicted on the head, and all the bones of the body were partly broken. Graham's body pre sented a terrible sight, tl...
The New Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
The- ISew Time-t^te. ? :'o:— ? ? : c ? ? ' i The following is the time table be S-he Rock and Muoiti.:— ' Mai!. SYDNEY ... ... dep. f^OS :v ' a.n-. The Rock ... , ... am 10.3 Mondays, Wednes- I dovs and Fridayisi . ;Mixed. ? dej^tt lOiSO Tootool ... . ... ... ^ itf0.41 Freno, Park..;^,; ^ a|CtX ? ' p.m. Lockhart ... arr. 12.0 -. ' ? ... dep. 12.45 Long. Park ... ... ... „ a1.10 Boree Creek ? ? ... „ 1.35 Mucra ... ... ... arr. 2.20 -3iixed. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. p.m. MUCRA ... ... ..... dep. J2.50 Boree Creek ? „ 1,14 Long Park -... ... ... „ al.41 Lockhart ... - ... ... arr. 2.15 » ??? ... v ... dep. 2.45 Napier ... ..... „ a2.57~ Alilbrulong ... ? 3.17 French Park ... ... .? ... ^ a3.41 Tootool ..I ? ,, a''.59 Tho Rock ... ... arr. 4.30 - Mail. ; v ? ; Week-days. . ,1 -._y ... dep. 4.52 Sydney ...; V V;. ;' r.v; . arr. *6.10
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
v:'/|lie Hive of Local Industry. J QlSmwr, old - Butcher and Baker is still alive - ( 'Tin 'first Butcher's and Baker's shop at Lockliart. 1 Prime Meat Supplied. Sausages and all 1 Small Goods a Speciality i r i ' - '? 'OtyPIain and Fancy Bread is unsurpassed. All orders f Punej^lly attended to. Telephone No. 10, T^oekhart. * ?? ? ? 8 ^MibORS FROM J. W. DICKSON'S - \ Chas Wheatley (SUCCESSOR TO MR.: W. JFNNINGS) Baker & 6ash Grocer. ^ We are First=Glass Bakers and Caterers. Our bread ] is an Ideal Sustainer of Lif' during the hot weather and the ge strain of Harvest Time ^ , 80 ... . ? ? ? ? ? ? - th A W| Variety of Provisions & Fresh Tinned Foods. £ * . ^ — ; — ? ? en We solicit your patronage and a good word 84 amongst your friends ^ mi We have the Material, E ' . .. . .. :? -Be: . \ . ' - The Wnrktn+nmMn arui +Hm ymrt***.*** ' ^ jr commend the attention of all- reqinr- - Ing Saddlery of any kl^d. , ? ? ? :0: ? — — Plrst-class Harness Preserves and Dressings. ? ? —...
To Our Readers. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
'if .yittQ-Otfr Readers. ^ interesting item may come nnder your notice. You may witness oome interesting occurrence which wou'd be of general interest to the public and your district. We invite you to send it along, written in a short, crisp style, the crisper the better. Ihe editor will caroftiJIy peruse all com-, uunicationa sent, whether they be in - political, social or otli^r torraf and tlicv will be. treated as strictly confidential. All items must, however, be woll authentica ted, and from a reliable source. All com munications will be acknowledged in the correspondence colnmns. If you do not wish your name to appear, use a nom-de-plume,' but tho ns :ue and addross mn-.t also be sont as a guarantee of good faith. We wish to make this journal as inter esting as possible, and yon may help us if y*u desiie. Give us your opinions on the current topics of tho day— they may prove of interest to our readers. All communications to be addressed to the Editor.
The Rainfall. NEARLY 20 INCHES FOR 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
1 'The Rainfall. NEARLY 20 INCHES FOR 1010 i he rainfall for the year 1910 reached 20 inches, all but 9 points, the exact total being 1991. Rain fell on 80 days of the }*ear. Last year the rainfall totalled 15 inches 45 points. The details are appended : j 1908. 1909. 1910. January ... 75 79 293 February ... 27 79 5 .Marob ... ... .19 81 169 .April ...' ... in 121 ;j May ? 1»- 7 1412 58 *Jnne ? oOS 2 8 -3 308 Jnly ? 94 88 311 August ... 106 294 63 September ... 242 106 251 October ... 124 105 220 November ... — 24 11G December ... 38 20 136
R.C. S[?] School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
K.C. Siiiirray School .. Concert., ? The pi'omoters of the R.C. Sunday School concert' are to be congratu lated on the success which attended their e-fort; on Wednesday last. Thanks to the eii'orts oE Mr A. S. l-Iing especially, one of the most willing of workers, a fine stage was erected and nicely furnished. Favor ed with a delightfully bright and clear night, the hall was filled with an appreciative and order! 3- audi ence. .Mr H. Foreman, chairman, in his opening remarks, referred to the good work carricd on by the teachers ot tho Sunday .School, and as they had gone to almost incred ible labor in the preparation o£ the programme, he felt sure that it would be apj re'jiaied. Eq then called on ?-! iss I. Ferguson, of Wagga, to give a pianoforte solo, which was faultlessly played and well received. Tho following item was a chorus entitled u Minstrel Boy,' by Pupils. Then Miss Olga Norman was heard in a violin solo. The next was an action song en titled 1: No Sir,' by Master W. Rus...