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ROCK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
ROCK NEWS. Dr Ferris, dentist, announces that he will pay his next professional, visit to The Rock on Friday next. Messrs Dalgety and Co. will con duct an extensive clearing sale at Glenoak, Cockatoo Island, on Wed nesday, r-eD. xotn. .rmi particulars we advertised in this issue and their careful perusal will repay farmers and others. Mr and Mrs Beit Ashcroft, of Tootool, intend taking up their resi dence in one of the Sydney suburbs. Mr Ashcroft hns leased his splendid estate to Mr Geo. Wilson, junior, of Big Springs. Many friends, all rjrand Tootool, The Rock and Lock hart districts, will be very sorry indeed to lose Mr and Mrs Ashcroft. At the Wagga Police Court on Monday, Edwin James was charged with using obscene language in the bar parlor of the King's Own Hotel, at The Rock, on January 18. He pleaded guilty. Constable M'Phillip said there were a number of previous convictions against the defendant. He was fined 20/ and 6/ court costs, or 7 days' hard labor. Mr H. J. Foreman h...
The New Land Tax. A FEW HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
The New Land Tax. A FEW HINTS. Messrs Wiuchcombe, Carson Ltd., I Stock and Station Agents, Sydney, have published the following circu lar : — The preparation of returns un der the Federal Land Tax Assess ment Act is a matter requiring. prompt attention, and involving com pliance with some rather complicated conditions. To assist owners we have made . inquiries upon a number of points at the office o'i the Deputy Land Tax Commissioner, and wo now set forth the results as briefly as possible : — 1. Returns showing valuations of land owned must be sent in by every owner \vlin.-r- lfiTirl is wortli a total of £3,000 cr over. 2. Forms for the purpose can be obtained on rpplicatioa either per sonally or by post to the Federal Land Tux Commi^sione; , Custom House, Sydney; or they may be ob tained at the post cfuce in- any 0; the priucipal town.1:. 3. Returns innsb! be in tlie hands of tho Commission ?rs on or before the first day oE March, 1911. Ueturns should b3 addressed — ' Tho Deputy C...
Notes on the Wheat Crop. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
Notes on the Wheat Crop. . The new organ of the Farmers and Settlers' Association 'The Land ' has the following notes on the wheat crop — The harvest is now about finished. But it has been a very* late season, and a good deal of dam age must have been done here and there with tlie different showers and storms. As is often the caae, what started to look a ' bad wheat year ' turned out a fairly good one ; and a rattling' good, one in the South. The West only had a middling year, and i also the North West; while Tn.ui woithand Inveiell were cut to pieces with the frost in October. Frost is one of the few troubles that don't worry the wheat-grower much, and it is just well, for when it does come along it is is deadly. Different Yaritiea. Federation has made a name for itself generally again this season, and growers will continue to have a. good sized pp„tch of the brown grain, de spite the grumble from a sec lion of the trade. Whatever fno variety may be from a milling standpoint, it is...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
Lockhart Hotel PETER SULLIVAN, y (Late of V/agga, Proprietor.) Tho boot Lkstsors and c::s2's?tt accommodation for travellers and tSis gsr.sra! pu&ils. Good stables and Locco Dsxss under competent S'jpsrviuisri. r ? ? ? fflHE Proprietor asks special attention to tl-c fact that be lias pur ? , J- cbwed a Motor Car -principally for 1 unuing to and- from The Rock ? on days when the train is not running. Tho car is also open for general hlN ?? a convenience f ir prr;;ons desirous of inspecting the progressive district. Experienced challeur employed. QualifV3 Price/ * ? Service. ^ v ' ' .Compare T. EPMONDSON & CO.'S STORES with any ether stores for Quality, Price and Service. It will lie to yonr advantage. We supply evfrytbing you need, no matter how great the distance or how small the order. T. Edimoedsosi $a 66., | THE STERLING STOREKEEPERS, '.Gurwood Street, WAGGA. THOME 2. .The Railway' Hole!. ^ JM Blight, l-ilt of Ilay mid Wagga Wagga, Proprietor. m — ^ '' Drinks I^va...
Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
' Wise and Otherwise.' o '?How old are you, -myodfi^?' 'Eight at home, seven and a half when T 'go by train, and six when I go _ out with mamma.' ? ? ? ? ? Wife: 'Here's another invitation to dine at the Flatleys. What a bore those occasions are!' Hubby: 'Yes; even their dinner-knives are dull.' 'What makes that parrot so pro fane?' 'Well, mum,' answered' thd sailor-man, 'I s'pose it's part my fault. Every time I hear him speak a bad word it makes me so wilcl ^hatjie, gets a chance to learn a lot of -new ones.'' ? ? ? ? ? Blobbs : 'You're pretty much gone on Miss Gobbs, aren't you, old manr^:* Hobbs : 'I was once; but aft£r what she said to me last night I'm not goiqg; to pay any more attention tp . . he^i Blobbs: 'What did she say?' HobJ^j, 'No!' ? e ? ? ? ? ? :^.,_ 'Oh, love,'' sighed the sentimental lover, 'I would these were the knightly ly days of old, that I might ^gpjforthjj; and perform some brave deed to pro^e-g. my love.' 'But so you may, Georg;e;V..|J interrupted the girl...
Henty to Daysdale Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
Henty to Daysdale Rail way. v One of the most important of the local .rail ways that has been sngges ted is the line from Henty to Days dale. The total length is about 46 miles, and it may sat'ely be said that no projected i-ailway of eqnal length would do more in the way of making a large area of arable land now uevoteu to grazing available loiv^ wheat-growing. As the result of an' agitation commenced three months ago. a preliminary survey was ef fected by the principal surveyor . oE.^, the Railway Department, who found' that there were no engineering diffi culties, that most of the route was p'.-ctically flat country, and that if the line were made 43 miles would be put under cultivation for a con siderable distance on each side of the railway. Encouraged by thisj' the promoters decided to seruli a deputation to I he Minister for Works, who received the proposal favorably, and promised to refer the matter to the Committee of Public Works. In pursuance of this pro mise the Committe...
The Narandera Mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
The Narandera Mail. ' Instead of the present system,, the mail between Lookhart and Naran dera will in future leave Lockhart for Narandera at 1.30 p.m. on Wed nesdays and 4.30 p.m. on Saturdays. There will be no Urana coach from Lockhart now. The mails will go on by the train as far as Mucra, from whence the coach will take them on to Urana, leaving Mucra at 2.30 p.m. and ariving at Urana at 5.15 p m. For the return journey the mail will have Urana at 9.30 a.m. on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving at Mucra in time for tlie train at 12.30 p.m. i ' ;
Mail Alterations. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
Mail Alterations. The new railway service for betted or for worse has disturbed the old order of things, and nothing seems to have been disturbed more than the mail arrangements. By fhe courtesy of Mr Studdart, the postmaster^ we ai-e enabled to give the public some idea regarding the alterations which have become necessary. The Rock to Lockhart. Just as before, the mail for the BulJenbong and The Rock will leave by coach on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11.30 a.m., arriving at Bullenbong at 1.15 p.m., and The Rock at 4 p.m. But instead of the coach bringing mails back the same' day it will stay a day at The Rock, and not return to Bullenbong . and Lockhart until the day following. That is to say, the Lockhart district mails will in future leave The Rock for Bullen bong and Lockhart on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays at 10.50 a.m., arrive Bullenboug 1.3-5 p.m. arrive Lockhart 3.20 p.m. The Osborne Mail. There will be a complete change in the Osborne mail servicep. Until,, a b...
CRICKET. The Rock v Burke's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
CRICKET. The Eock v Burke's Creek. The above teams met on the local oval on Thursday last, ajid after a hard fought game the result proved a win for the visitors by 44 runs. Mr ?W.- McLellan captained the locals whilst Mr W.'J. Hennessey acted in a similar manner for . Burke's Creek. ^Appended are the scores : — Burke's Creek — First Innings. A. Goldsmith, b Ferguson ... 2 J. Mitchell, lbw C. Thorne ... 0 H. Goldsmith, b Foreman ... 4 A. Kendall, b Foreman ? ... 0 W. Miclial, b McLellan ... 10 W. Hennessey, b Foreman ... 6 Annan, b Thorne' ... 6 G. Menz, b Hamilton ... 23 Gilbert, run out ... 0 A. Ruschen, c and b Thomas... 7 Thurban, c and b Thomas ... 0 Dodwell, not out ..._ 0 Sundries ... 17 Total 81 Second Innings. Gilbei't/b McLellan 0 JDodwell, c Thomas '... 0 W. Michael, b Thomas ... 20 Annan, c Thomas ... 14 H. Goldsmith, b McLellan ... 7 A. Goldsmith, b Thomas ... 20 Hennessey, b. Thomas 4 G. Menz3, b Thomas ... ' 3 t ? i 1. f\ u. luiuuuej, u unu,y . ? ... , v A. Kendal!, b...
The Rock Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
The Rock Estate. ? ? — :o: ? ? I The Rock Estate of 14,000 acres of rich agricultural and grazing land will be sold by public auction at Tlie Rock on Wednesday, March 8th, at 1 p.m. - * Thus runs the salesmen's announce ment, and, it is not to be denied, that it is news of considerable importance to the land-seeking community. We are well aware there are scores of Estates on the' market, but tho land seeker will travel far before he alights upon ' country so richly blessed by nature and at one and the same time so favourably circum stanced as regards conditions which are the result of man's invention and the march of civilisation. Where, we ask, will you find an estate harmonis ing so thoroughly the conditions which will make for profitable, com- I fortable, convenient living':' What] are those conditions r A man wan's pi'oducMve soil, a reliable rainfall a country in which even in the worst year he can by judicious manage ment ' pull through,' a good water supply, and, if possible,...
Lockhart Commoners' Roll. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
Lockhart Commoners' Roll. ? ? — 0- ? . The following is the Commoners' roll- within the town of Lockhart, as x'evised on Dec. 29th, 1910 : — J. A Andrews Wm. Barwick W.-Biscaya J. Blight A. Bromilow S. Croft j -M. Clear It. Carter D. Cameron . Mrs. Charlton Pi Cavenagh Geo. Cornell Mrs. Day H. Davies R. S. Drummond T. S. Davies T. Dawson J. W. Dickson - J. B. Dinnell , S. Ford C. Ferrier W, II. Ferrier Mrs. Gardiner J. Gilmour J. Goodes Mrs. Gough R. Gi'iiEn ' Wm. Geppert H. Hamilton P. Hanrahan J. Hines J. 'J. Hodgson W. C- Jennings H.Joyce S. E. Jeans W. J. C. Koop T. Lindbeck II. Lindbc ck Jv Maslin -? , W. Maclure Walter ^facklan Gi Mann J. A Maslin' Joseph Mcldrnm Rosina' Maslin vV. Thos. McKenzie -T. Mason: ' ' '? ;';i.'l'I':.'W.: N.ette' D. McKenzie J. Nola.n, senr. I. Neustadt P. Sullivan - E. Rankin T. Thompson Chas.. Taylor H. Van de 'Water Mrs. Toll - - A F. Webb J. Wallis _ , Chas. 'Webb- : ? C. Wheatfey :
PRESBYTERIAN. The Rock Charge. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
VRRSnVXERIAW. I] The Rock Charge. Firit Sunday. — Cross Roads; 11 a.m., The Rock, 3 p.m., Uranquinty, 7.30 p.ni. ' Second Sunday — The Roek at il a.m., Cross: Roads 3 p.m., Sandy Creek (at Mr A. Sn6dgra8s'),7.30 p.m; : ; _? Third Sunday.— Sandy Creelc, 11 a.m., Toot do], 3 p.m., The' Rock, 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday — Cross Roads 1J am., Uranquinty (Public Hall) 3 p.m:, The Rock, 7.30. p.m. Rev. J. Jennings.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
Jo! nt he. Army Of those who have tested . the wonderfnl curative virtues of Dr Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. J It gives quick rel'ef . and speedy care whenever applied to a. burn, buster, bruise, or a pain or^ sdre of any hatnre: Price, 1/0 and 3/. Obtainable at J. Hodg 83n'a, Merchant, Lockhart and Milbrulongj 8. Georgej Chemist, Loekhut.? . - , Qaetoir BirbiS'^ Celebrated Oner Way Disc. Cultivator ^ aad Stomp Jump Plom. :-— W. * J. Chambers; Lockhart) Agwjt.— Advi. , , ,
PAPER MOTOR TYRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
PAPER MOTOR TYRES. . It is surprising that paper, which is used for waggon-wheels, has not yet been adopted for motor-car tyres. An ingenious inventor has now un dertaken to replace the strips of rub ber used in such tyres by compound strips of paper attached to each other by chemical binders under great pressure. These paper tyres are claimed to be as strong as steel, as elastic as india-rubber, impervious to water and oil, and silent in action. The additional vantage is claimed for them of picking up small peb bles, and thus becoming automatic- j ally sanded, so that skidding is im- ' possible. I
BURGLAR-PROOF GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
BURGLAR-PROOF GLASS. A new glass has been produced by a famous firm of French glassmak ers which is intended to be proof against the ordinary attacks of burg lars. So many cases of burglary have been committed by the break ing of show-windows and snatching of valuables on exhibition that a -special effort has been made to end this particular form of depredation. The glass is made by a secret pro cess, but the makers admit that thickness and care in its manufac ture are the principal essentials. It is made about three-quarters of an inch thick, and, on test, has resisted the blow of a lolb. iron disc, thrown against it from distances ranging from 10ft. to 20ft. A hole four tenths of an inch in diameter at the outer surface was made by the im pact from the greater distance. The ' same blow would have shattered ord inary plate glass completely. I
ELECTRIC SHOCKS AND BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
ELECTRIC SHOCKS AND BURNS. If a person is not killed by an electric 'shock he will receive no per manent injuries from his experience, as there are no after-effects: This statement is made on the authority of Dr; T. E. McGowan, who is the surgeon ot tne i^nica go icicpmm* Company. Dr. McGowan recom mends that any of the following solu- 1 tions be applied to burns produced by the electrical discharge. Oil, so lution of soda; boracic acid, a mix ture of linseed oil and lime-water, i It is seldom that a man is killed by less than 500 volts., though f-r. Mc Gowan did come across a case in which 360 veils was sufficient to kill a man. Low- voltage shocks are usually accompanied by hysteria and a nervous condition, which, how ever, is not permanent, as unscrupu lous lawyers would have one believe.
BLEACHING DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 February 1911
BLEACHING DIAMONDS. The action of radium in changing the colour of glass and ,.ous stones is well known. The first practical application of this property has been made by a chemist, who Kic tt co/4 rnrlntm uaj usuu lauiuiu iv uivaLU uivswxi diamonds, improve the colour of soiled pearls, and deepen the colour of emeralds. He has no great hope that the process will ever be of com mercial value, because of the high cost of radium, and also because artificial stones are made so cheaply nowadays.