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THE ROCK v. YERONG CREEK [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

THE ROCK v. YERONG CREEK The above teams will again try conclusions on The Rock oval on Saturday next, 25th inst. The pre vious match, though a draw very much in favor of The Rock team, has evidently spurred the Yerong Creek IttUD UU IAJ UJf auu ICVCIOC IliU ICOUIl. Play will commence at 1.15 sharp, so as to enable the Yerong Creek plsiyers to return by the 7 p.m. train. The Rock team will be selec ted from the following : — Doubleday, Steel, S. Ryan, W. Ryan, J. Hiokey, T. Foreman, C. Hall, O. Selby, W. McLellan, J. Thomas, L. Thomas, E. Hussey, Thome, Herman and Knox. Tootool meet Burke's Creek on their own ground this af ternoon, and judging by performances Tootool should have a win.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINTER EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

WINTER EGGS. How to get winter eggs is every body's difficulty, and I am always interested to read how it is done by the successful ones. A correspon dent of the 'Poultry World' gives his methods. Poultry should .have the greatest of attention through the winter months, with the object of producing as large a number of eggs as possible, he writes. There are many points to observe to at tain this object. Firstly, a win ter-laying breed must be kept, the birds to be of a good strain and bred from several generations of winter layers. The hens should not be more than two years old, and the pullets hatched neither too early nor too latt. All houses should be seen to, so that the birds.,, are thoroughly comfortable. This is one of the most important points to wards profitable winter eggproduc tion. The houses should be well built, with no signs of dampness, well lighted, have good ventila tion, also be supplied with plenty of shelter for the daytime, where the birds can spend their time ...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE REFERENDUM. ISSUES EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

THE REFERENDUM. ISSUES EXPLAINED. The Federal Referendums are to be taken on April 20. The ballot papers will not attempt to explain anything. It will be a plain case of — (1) Do you approve of the pro posed law for i lie alteration of the Constitution, entitled '* Constitutional Alteration (Legislative Powers^ 1910.' J (2) Do yon approve of the pro posed Jaw for the alteration of the Constitution, entitled ' Constitutional Alteration (Monopolies), 1910.' In each case the voter must put a cross against either ' Yes ' or '? No,' according as he or she wishes to rote. lo assist the public there will be published in each polling booth a statement of the proposed laws, set ting forth the terms and indicating the alteration in the Constitution Act which will result if they are carried. Apart from the foregoing, as soon as the writ is issued similar state ments will be placed at all the post offices, public schools, and other pub lic buildings throughout the State. The public will thus ha...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ADVANTAGES OF AN INCUBATOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

THE ADVANTAGES OF AN INCUBATOR. t The chief advantage of the arti ficial method of hatching is that it can be carried on successfully at all times and seasons of the year, for a reliable machine performs its work as satisfactorily during the depth of winter as during the height of summer. Broody hens are practically unobtainable, during the winter, and consequently those wno are anxious to have a supply . of early chickens have no, option but to employ a machine. It is true, oc casionally a hen shows a desire to sit during the \\ inter, but this is sel dom thercase, and when it does oc cur it is scarcely safe to trust her upon valuable eggs, as she is very likely to become restless and for sake her nest. This, then, is the great advantage possessed ^y an incubator, and it is one that is vast ly important (says 'Feathered Life'). Another advantage the in cubator possesses is that is reduces labor. A machine with an egg capacity of a hundred does at one time the work of eight hens, wh...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Unique Opportunity. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

An Unique Opportunity. People who want to see the rich country between Wagga and Tuin barumba opeued by a railway will have their second opportunity during the ensuing week. It is to be trusted they seize it firmly and not neglect a single factor that will contribute towards success. Tim onennicr nf Mm local inquiries by the Public Works Committee on Saturday commences the critical stage so far as district people are concerned. If they im press the committee with substantial facts, they will do much to further the project ; if they fail they will be unable to complain when the advo cates of other routes are more suc cesful. An exceptionally strong case can be presented ; and as the com- - mittee has neither the time nor the opportunity to inspect all the country that will be served, or gather all the available information it is the duty of the lieonlfl wtin nnscooa tVio quisite knowledge to come forward and enlighten them. And it has to - be very distinctly xemembered that this is n...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SELECTING THE MALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

!:'?; SELECTING THE MALfc. ; Upon the selection of a male bird ;it great, deal depends, says a writer 'Feathered Life.' That the ^ ihale chiefly influences the outward characteristics is a well-known, fact, f'iand; while a choice in the outward Appearance of the bird is being 'carefully made his stamina, or lack ' bf it,7 must be considered. A bird ?- &hich in its early stages has been delicate and difficult to rear is sure to throw a large percentage of chicks with . a similar ? tendency, 1%hich means trouble ahead. Such :'a lot depends upon the selection of - a' male, and it is easily realised when ~ Ciyou total the number of chicken^ &*hich it is anticipated to raise from *hiiVi in one season at somewhere' in I r'the neighbourhood of 250, a fair average, but liable to a considerable -4rop if the bird lacks stamina: It . is, not always an easy matter, to tell ;|i;om observation . when . . buying a bird; ? how vigorous it really ;is as ; a 1 breeder, but there are c...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

DK SHELDON'S NEW DlSCOVERY Is the most wouderful remedy ever dis covHred for the cure of Coujjlis and Colds. It will cure you when all others luivo failed. 1/(5 and 3/. Obtainable at J. .T. Hodgson's?, Merchant, Lockliart and Mil lmtlong ; t-. George, Chemist, Lockliart,

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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SIZE AGAINST QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

J SIZE AGAINST QUALITY. The beginner who attends a show £'©f table poultry may be easily mis s4ed; It will be far better for him T'if he is thinking of specialising w ith Mutable poultry to make the acquaint ance of a leading salesman, or to K-visit a high-class poulterer's shop and there see for himself the class «of Ibird most in demand. Of course, 'wthe: season has an important bear f.ingupon the issue, but at all times qifc will be found that very large $ coarse chickens are looked upon nwith suspicion, and are often regard - ted by buyers as old birds. The type in demand is a moderate-size 0 bird, fine in bone, but with plenty V,of flesh upon the breast and; fine l,jyhite skin. Thick layers of fat are ., objectionable.

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Farmers and Settlers' Association. Proposed Branch at Collingullie. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

Farmers and Settlers* As sociation. ? :o: ? Proposed Branch at Colliagullie. A meeting of The Rock branch of the above was held on Saturday but owing to the inclemency of the weather there was only a small at tendance. Mr L. Lawrence, the trenial presi dent, occupied the chair. The first business deat with was to consider the matter of forming a branch of the association at Colling gullie. Mr A. K. Trethowan was due to arrive at the Rock on the fol lowing Thursday and Fiiday, and it was decided to ask him to deliver an address at Collingnllie pointing ont the advantages of forming a branch. M essrs Lawrence and Heunessy were appointed delegates to represent The Rock branch at the district Council mseting at Wagga on the 10th inst. Tree Planting Susrcrested. The Secretary was instrnofed to write to the Lockliart Shire Council with a view io having Ford-street formed and metalled ; al -- ask ing the council to consider tin.- matter of having ornamental trees in the street at the Hock....

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MANAGING A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

MANAGING A HUSBAND. Talking over his business affairs .to someone who, he knows, takes as keen an interest in them as himself, is a great relief to a man if he be worried over any trifle, and a woman's intuition often ; sees things that a man's careful brain over looks, and for this reason I should always aavise a married woman 'to cultivate '(if 'She' does' riot' instinctive ly feel) an interest in her husband's business affairs. It cannot fail to make an extra bond of sympathy be tween them, a tie which , will be strengthened with each passing year. And the same may be said of his hobbies. A woman who sympathises with a man's hobby instead of dis couraging it is sure to keep him at home on holidays and spare time, for an interesting hobby is the great est rival a man's club can have. A great error into which many women slip during the early part of their married life is that of recount ing the daily domestic worries, from which.no household is ever free, to the husband on his retu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

1 ] Kidney Disec.se And all .'illicit complaints ii.ive their prompt and offL-ctu.il enrt; in I^p Sheldon's Gin Pills, which act in :i -rondcrfully speedy iu:mner. 1 . 0 and 2/ - Obtainable i,t J. HoJgsou'i, Alerohant, 1 ockhart and Milbrulong; S. George, Chjmist, Look- hart, V ' '*? N ? . - ._y?^ *. ' ' ; ,r : ' - * ' ' ? ' - ? r,- ' - ~-r-

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

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PRESENTATION. TO MR. AND MRS. A. B. T. WALKER. HANDSOME GIFTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

PRESENTATION. ? ? : o : ? TO MR. AND MRS. A. B. T. WALKER, HANDSOME GIFTS. Mr A. B. T. Walker, of The Rock Commercial Bank lias, by now, quite settled down to his local managerial duties as the successor of Mr G. W. Richardson. There is every indica tion that his advent and the advent of his gfood lady amongst us will prove an acquisition to the social life of our little community. Probably the best proof of this is in the ap preciation which they earned amongst the residents of Delegate, where they recently lived. Before leaving there for The Rock they were made the recipients of several handsome pre sents. The prtsjnts consisted of a very handsome oak tray mounted in silver and sux'mounted by a silver rail, also a- silver plate in centre bearing an appropriate inscription; and a handsome tea and coffee ser vice. The gifts were much appreci ated by the receivers, who have left behind them very many true friends.

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Post Offices Shut. After Six O'clock. The New Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

Post Offices 5hut. Afftor Six O'clock. ,Tko Now Arrangomantr. j The following notice has been issued by the acting-Deputy Post master-General : — In connection with the earlier closing ef post and telegraph offices i throughout the Commonwealth, the i Sydney postal authorities intimaie that .on and. from March 1 next, all, ??.P^V^^d^'teleSpcapbr-; offices -iui- ; Kew South Wales, with the exception of the General Post Office and New castle, will close at 6 p.m. The General Post Office will remain open 'continuously for telegraph business .as heretofore, while the Newcastle ^office will be kept open nntil 8 'p.m. for ordinary telegraph business only. At the following offices where it will be necessary for an officer to be in attendance after 6 p.m. for the receipt and transmission of press telegrams, or at 8 p.m. for the pur DOSO of teotinor or Kwitr*liinnp linoo r 0 — ? s telegrams at urgent rates may be handed in for transmission to the chief offices of the' Common wealth or to any...

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WHERE WOMEN HAVE RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

WHERE WOMEN HAVE RIGHTS. There is a part of the Sahara, inhabited bv the Touaregs, in which the women have a very pleasant time, and a French explorer has ad vised women of his country to go there. The women learn to read while the husbands do not, so all the public .affairs are conducted by the ladies. They have their own cam elsj whether the man of the house has anything to ride or not, and the husbands are, moreover, not allowed to mount their animals.

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TO YOUNG WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

TO YOUNG WIVES. 'An old married woman' offers the following advice to young wives : 'One. of the greatest mistakes a young wife makes is to try to live after., marriage in accordance with some programme drawn up by her self before the wedding. .The' at tempt is nearly always disastrous, for the man who appeared so pliant and accommodating before ixlarriage is very apt afterwards 'to show that he has a will of his;bwn,' and often some small, stubborn prejudices. The result is that the i wafers nice little plan is . rudely upset. . , : 'AH this might be' avoided .if the wife wCre wise enough tp ask the I opinion, of her husband on a'i' matters will , have no kiroWlfed^e of the mat'ters bn | which his advice is asked ; but the mere fact that he has been consulted will cause him to agree with his wife, and she will get her own way, which, in nine cases out of ten, she would no.t do by acting without reference to her husband's views. 'And this is not due merely, as some people think, to ...

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WEDDING. SMITH—WALSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

WEDDING. - ? :o: ? — - . SMITH- WALSH. A very popular wedding was cele brated at- St. Mel's' Church, Naran dera, on .Wednesday, 15th Feb. The contracting parlits were Mr John Charles Smith, second son of Mr and Mrs Smith, Osbcrr.e, and Mi^ .M.ary Walsh, daughter of Mr and':.- )lJ. Walsh, of Boree Creek. Rev. Father Gray oll'ciated. The bride, who was given away by her father looked very c iarniing and was handsomely at tired in a dress of cream Japanese silk trimmed with silk insertion and fringe and wore the customary wreath aiid veil. She was attended by Miss L. and N.Siiiifh, sisters of the bride groom. The bridesmaid wore Princess dresses of white embroidered muslin. Mr. 1'. Walsh, brother of the bride, was best man. MissM. Walsh, sister of I he bi ide wore ;i cream crepe net trimmed will) silk insertion. Miss L. Dovine woiv white embroidered inser tion. Misses K. and B. Walsh were dressed in blue silk. After the cere mony the bride and bridegroom were met bv Mr If. L Topper and...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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The Poultry Run. POULTRY POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

The Poultry Ran. POULTRY POETRY. ,Jj-aid one little chick, with a funny little squirm, — V.'T wish I could find a nice fat -' worm.' Said another little chick with a rL ' ' ' queer little shrug, ' 'I wish I could find a nice little ; slug,' V Said .'a third little chick, with a queer little squeal, rv'I wish I could find some nicc yel low meal.' 4''Look here,' said the mother, from 'u:' the green garden patch '' 'If you want any breakfast, just . you get up and scratch.'

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Milbrulong Farmers' Union. TRAIN AND POSTAL SERVICE DISSATISFACTION EXPRESSED [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

Miibrulong Farmers' Union. TRAIN' AND POSTAL SERVICE DISSATISFACTION EXPRESSED A meeting, of the Miibrulong Far mers' Union was held on Wednesday evening at 'Wurtz's Boundary Hotel. In the absence of the president (Mi Gavin Low), who is inr Sydney, Mr H. O bsi , vice-president, took the chair. The Chaii man regretted the small ness of the meeting, which was due to several causes. The night was wet and disagreeable, several mem bers were away from home, and others were still very busy owing to the late wheat carting. Correspondence was l-cad from Mr R. T. Ball. M L. A., in reference to the throwing open of the Bnllenbong Reserve It was proposed by Mr J. H. Rosrcrs, seconded by Mr Wurtz, that the secretary write to tho Lockhart Shire Cuuneil on iho tollowing mat ters: — -Calling attention to the state of the channelling in front of Mr Hodgson's store ; dangerous state of culvert near French Park; and to ask the reason why so many rate payers at Miibrulong were disfran chised at the re...

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The Farmer. AGES OF BREEDING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 February 1911

j- ; The Farmer. 'v. ? ? ? W ? 4 AGES OF BREEDING STOCK. An interesting problem in dairy ; cattle breeding is that connected with the selection of breeders for -'the greatest milk producing capacity : ' With the idea of solving the pro 'blem of best selection, Casper L. ? !Redfield,an American dairy farmer, ; who operates upon an extensive scale, has sought a solution in the . following manner. The purpose of his investigation was to find out whether old dams produced off - spring of greater milking capacity ! than young dams. He had already .ascertained that cows at the age of six or seven years produce more ? milk than when they calved for the first or second time. To find out whether this greater development was transmitted to the offspring born at this more advanced age of the cow seemed to him to indicate the direction towards a solution of the proper selection. As a basis for his investigation, iooo of the best Holstein-Fresian ' cows born after 1901 were selected. These cows ...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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