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V.R.C RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

VR.C RAOE8. The weather was vei-y hot for the V R.C. Races at Flemtngton on Sftt- urday, 'and the attendance w,aa large. .Results: — Pines Hurdle Race. — 2 Miles. Royal Fleet, 11.1 ... -''... 1 King's Ransom, 10.13 ... 2 . Hayiick, 9.11 ... ...3 Won by two lengths. 2 ,to..l the winner. Time, 3m. 46^sec. St. Leger Stakes.— If Miles. Danaus, 8.10 ... ... ... 1 Golden Point, 8.10 '...' '... 2 Bobadea, 8.10 ... ';:; 3 Danaun, starting a£^12 to 1-, won hy a length and a half -in 3m.'5jsec. Newmarket Handicap.— 6 Furlongs. Queen o' Scots, 7.9):;. ' ' ..± 1 Deskut Rose, 8.5 ... ... 2 Broadsword, 8.1 ? 3 There were .29 starters; Quee.n. *q Scots started third favorite at 16 to 1. Won by a neck. Biniadsword was half a. length away. Tjme, lm. 12^880. Sires' Produce Stakes. — 6 Furlong^. Wilari, 8.7 .;. ... ?„, \ Sconser, 8.10... ' .,. ... ? Flaith, 8. 10 ? ... 3 Won^ easily by two lengths and a half, a neck between second and third. Time, hn. 14jsec.. . . -. Esaendpn Stakes.— If Miles. Comedy...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

Shop at Hodgson's j /YOU'LL BUY MOST WHERE YOU CAN BUY BEST— . ' ''',.. SHOP AT HODGSON'S. :-W^ V '? DOES SAVING INTEREST YOU ?. ?:' '^yjyi'-i p*-\[ .:*t-';, '? '' . -\ y- SHOP AT HODGSON'S. ?.??-/? ^l? '7{:^: ::W? '^-V-''.- 'idw, down, down— we keep the puicE^ DQWN-i ; -j; '7 : ';- ' SHOP AT HODGSONS. -. : r ' NEVER BEEN! PRAY, COME NOW ! — -. V.- :.-.v'_; V. ''.'??' -'.:.- : 'v-.'-1 V '.' SHOP AT HODGSON'S. ' - - .-'- ^ ♦ - ? ? . SAVE THE SILVER SHILLINGS IN YOUR GOLDEN POUNDS— _ ~_rL^:- .'-;'\ :-::-V SHOP AT HODGSON'Sr -V* ^J ^iJM&. V'':- 'SAME AS LAST, PLEASE ! '—That is what you'll ask for, if you shop ar:t!^^f%^U^ Hodgson's v To add still to the success of J.J.HODGSON, - ' / A Free Insurance Policy -';' h . Against ACCIDENT, SICKNESS, and DEATH from 1 , ?- ~j,r ?''._?_-?*. ;\,. ,/, ,', Accident. I, therefore, now offer a DOUBLE BENE ? ..,/ l ^-f\) ?\^;-^,r« 'l_;.. - FIT to trade with me, viz., the Best Quality Goods ' ' '$*e: '/,'? ~'- ''ik^' ?${&'*''» ' ?' at ...

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NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

NURSERY. If your child should happen to swallow a coin, button, or any other iiard substance, give it something to bind it— such as arrowroot. When giving a child castor oil mix it with an equal quantity of honev. This nuite hides the un pleasant taste and does not make the medicine less efficacious. Do not take your children to buy new boots in the early morning. In the latter part of the day the feet are at the maximum size. Activ ity and standing tend to enlarge the feet. If people would only re member this rule, there would not be so many complaints of shoes when worn pinching the toes, and so causing unsightly blemishes. To secure a good night's sleep a baby must be fed properly, cloth ed properly, have pure/ fresh air, good training,, and no excitement before bedtime. After an attack of measles a child is often troubled v/ith a cough and deranged bowels. On this account he should be carefully kept from a damp or cold atmos phere for some time after the at tack, and flannels mu...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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THE EYE-LASHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

THE EYE-LASHES. Massage with a little olive oil or brilliantine on the tips of the fing ers for five or ten minutes every night will stimulate the lashes. A gentle rotary movement should be aimed at — it increased t,he circu lation.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONTROL THE EMOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

CONTROL THE EMOTIONS. Cowardice as an emotion is de basing to the. soul ; it is also wrink ling to the flesh and destructive of nerve force. The woman who lives in a tremor of fear,, getting into an equal panic whether she sees a mouse or a murderer, . who lies awake half the night listening for possible marauders, who gets plea sure in nothing through her insen sate fear of horse, motor, canoe, or yacht, is the woman who will soon look her years— and more. If.- ner- vous peace is to-be yours* keep a grip on your emotions.. Love not. nor hate not; fret not, nor fear not; envy not, nor rage not — to excess. Better a colourless char acter than a worn-out body — if the choice must be made. The mis take lies in thinking emotions con trolled are emotions lacking. One makes for strength so surely as the other is a sign of weakness.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Caught Redhanded. ATTEMPTED ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

Caught Redhanded. ATTEMPTED ROBBERY. Mr D. McLeish, licensee of the Murrumbidgee Hotel at Naraudera, was engaged in conversation with ?*ome reasons on Friday night »fc-'7,^K; under the verandah, w.hen r,e heapa the cash register- alarm. He imms Hately investigated, and noticed a man hura-dly making his way to the side door. M'Leish ran vonnd. and intercepted tho ???---?'}? r. . h iv-;iit-;j: to leave in a hurry, aud with ft well directed 'right' straight .from tie shoulder, '' laid ?- oii.fc. ' the fneitire The police were telephoned fr, and' ^enior-conHtable Touhey and 'Qon stable O'Brien n^ie promptly on the scene, wber-6 they fouud the genial ' Mao ' .quietly sitting on the man who grasped £1 4a in his hand — the ex^ct amount taken from the till. The accused was a casual boarder''at the hotel, a RqsRQ^jnn named 6»ear Hassinen. His finger-prints were taken by the lockup-keeper and fo1 warded to Sydney. Accused w s brought before' Mr T. H. Elwin, J.P.^ on Saturday morning, --w^efl ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

If you semi 3/- The Review will be sent to your address post free for one quarter. The quarter may w»W-n.Q« ftt *oy tune.

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Tootool Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

Tootool Notes. ~ ?'?' '' [By Ohiox.]' : Everything beautifully green. Farmers are cudgelling their wits what to dp with their stubble, as the. undergrowth of green stuff prevents burning. Disc plough agents would do well to note and act accordingly ; and when the farmer looses the savagest canine on the place they needn't blame me for sending them there. : The cleverest biter that e *er I knew was out on a station in the Forbes distil. t. As a pup he was trained to heel calves — tho calves of tea agonts, He often had a good dinner.' ? * *' ' . * - Considerably over ten thousand bags of wlieat have been stacked and trucked at Too tool siding this year ttnd it is still coming strongly. Much other wheat that went to The Rock would have come to this station had thez'e been a weighbridge. lam pleased to sec the people of French Park are getting one. Perhaps it. is a case of ?'Your turn next.' 'Pre- parations are. .being made for 'large additional areas to be placed under wheat, much of i...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Markets. RECORD YARD PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

Markets, Recokd Yakd Pkicb. Dalge.fy and Co. Ltd., Lockhart, report holding a hor.ie.sale on Satur day last,. when they yarded about GO head of horses, and sold about half of their yarding. The horses yarded, taken right through,, were np^ heavy enough for JocaJ requirements, bat Fo,me very flqe horses-were sold, and v\-e had the pleasure p,f fejouring top price :yet been paid for a draught mare in Lockhart yards, for a bay mare, four years, at £55 10s, for Mr H. L. Wilson, Mr George Maxwell being the purchaser. 1 he following are sotre of the prices paid : — Draught mares from £32 10*, £33, £36, £4:1 10s, £48, to £55 10s. Draught geldings, £25, £30, £33, £35, £40, to £41 10s. Light horses to £18. Next sale advertised in la.ter issues. - ? '?'??.. Lamp Cales. - „? Dalgety and Co. Ltd., report selling by private contract on account of Mr P.' J. Lawson homestead selec tions known as Ow«-n Hogan's to Mr F. Sdhirmer. ; and on account of Mr F. Schirmer-240 acres freehold, to Mr P. J. Law...

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CR. DAY AND THE COUNCIL To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

' CR. DAY AND TH1-1 COUNCIL To the Editor. Sir.— I tt'onld like to take the op ' portunity of passing one ov two re marks concerning a letter by -'.ilofcii. Hike ' in your last issue. I am witl ? lrni in what he says concerning the President's., allowance, because i don't see that the iatepaycrs shonlc hf- nallfd nnou 10 pay as a standing w. g3 los per week for the entertain meat of the councillors themselves, for well-paid officers, for pressmen, who only do their work, and for h few latepayers who 'happen to be about when me shout is ucimy made. Where I disagree with the .ablt ? writer of the last letter is in hi.* remarks concerning Councillor Day. My opiuion is that the council never had a better president than the sann gentleman, and A Hiding and the shire generally has never had a bet tei representative. Allow me fco fay that Cr Day has always been a strong opponent of any altering of shin ' boundaries, from which, even shoul/. It ever happen, I should say he bus least to fear...

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Marriage. HARTWIG—WESTMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

Marriage. HARTWlG— WESTMAN. A very pretty wedding took place in. the Methodist Church, Lockhart, yesterday morning when the con tracting parties were Mr B. Hartwig and Miss Westman. daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Westman, of Lock hart. mi._ U. .;,?]„ ,,-1m whs frit-All a. vnv 1)V her father looked lovely in her bridal attrie which consisted of a handsome dress, of silk stiiped voile, and* n wreath of orange blossom and veil. ML'ses Annie and Lillie Westman, sisters of the bride attended as brides ' maids, and v 0 e pretty white em broidered muslin dresses. Miss Annii Westman wore a white crinoline straw hat, trimmed with chiff ju and Ranches of bln.3 flowers j Hiss Lillie VYestinaP.'s hat was pink crinoline, trimmed with pink roses and lace. Mr Ha-rtwis, brother of the bride groom, at tcudel as b.-st man. Many of the friends oE the contracting parties attended fie ceremony con ducted by KeV. H.-L. Redman at tin Church, and afterwards at a sumptu ous wedding breakfast at the bride's ...

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Tennis Notes. SOUTH LOCKHART V. LINDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

-4m ? ???''? E.U ?»' '» ? ' Tennis Notes. SOCTH LOCKHAKT V. LlNDEN, A match between the above cluls ~' to.ik place on the Lindon court on tie 1st instant, resulting, in a victory fi.r visiting team by 21 games. Follow ing are the results (South Lockhait bsing mentioned first) :— f. MftSQn and B. Hovendeu v. Allan and Day ... 0—4 tf. Yatesand W. H. Ferrier v - Hamilton and Yeo ... 6—3 L. Webb and T. Mason v. Ken ^BedyandVagg ... 6—4 F. Mason and Mrs Ferrier v. Hamilton and Mrs Stewart 6—0 H. Yates and Mrs Connery v. Allan aud Mrs Wardrojj ... Q— 2 £i. Mason and & HflVetjdew V, 'ilftRiiitonauditennedy ... 0—0 V Mason and E. Kovenden v. Allan and Day ... /6— 2 H. Yates and W. H. Ferrier y. Hamilton and Yeo ... 2— Q L, Webb and T. Mason v. Kennedy and Vagg ... 6—3 T. Mason and Mrs Ferrier v. Hamilton and Mr8 Stewart 6—3 H Yates and Mrs Connery v. AHau and MusWardrop ... 6 — 2 Games ... 56-8$ Daring the afternoon tea was ]cinc}ly provided by Mf« and Mrs gttwart, and ra much appwU...

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Lockhart Coursing Club. THE ANNUAL MEETING. AN EXCELLENT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

Lockhart Coursing Club. THE .ANNUAL MEETING. AN EXCELLENT REPORT. The annual meeting of the Lock larfc Coursing Clab was held at vurrle's Commercial Hotel on 'rues lay evening. Mr H. Gv Connell, ;he Vice-President, presided, and here whs ' a fair attendance. Mr Xurrle, the lion, secretary, read the inniial balance sheet and the annual report. The annual report, read as follows : — Gentlemen,— Your committee have- the honor to preaoat the annual report of the jojkiiaru Cou sin ; Cluh. From thn financial statement attached .t ivill be seon that there is ail apparent ialauce to the Club's credit of £*0/19/H. there avo, howovor, a couple of outstand .a^ accounts, and attar paying these the Jlub will have a net balance of £23. While this financial result must be con* sidured satisfactory, your committee de ,ire to remind members that the expendi ,ure for t-ie ensuing year will be much greater thau it has beeu in the past. . ' Much trouble has been experienced in i-egurd bj the hares. The...

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Sales Diary. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

Sales Diary. in March.-^Saie of Property for Mr. J, Nolao. March 8.— Sale of The Bock Estate, Vtf Dalgety &, Co. and Meser§ iio«mafc & Blake.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

° Diabetes. This highly dargxons distuue will in its earlier stagog be p.nsceptible of cure by prompt trettiuont with Dr. Sheldon's Gin Fills. Take thorn in time. Price, 1/6 and 8/. Obtainable at J. J. HodgaoVs, MerehMt, Lookh»rt and Mttbcoloiigt 8.

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SPORTING. The Turf. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

SI^ORTfNG. The Turf. - FIXTURES. Juriee— T-March 8 and 9. Sebastapol — -March 15. Lockhart— St. Pahick's Committee, Wednesday, March 15. Shepparton District llacmg Club,-:— March 15. Omeo Kacing Club. — March 15, 16. Gfundagai — L.V., March'16. :?,. Gundagai— -H.R.C., March' 17. Jerilderie St. Patrick's Day Eace Club.—March 17. Narandera St. I\\tvick'tf ''-Day -Ruces. — SJavch20. ' . Corowa Race Club.— March 22, Talgarno Picnic Races.—- Mai'eh 22. Wvalong 'District Jockey Club.— ? ' March -22, 23. . ,/-. Wodonga Turf Club.— March 2D. Henalla Racing Club (Cup meeting). — April 5. Howlong Annual Races. — April 12. Bowna Turf Club.— April 17. Balranald Racing Club. — April 17, 18. TaiTawinoree Turx Club. — April 19. Albury Racing Club (Cup meeting). —April 26_27,,.f: Southern Districts Picnic Race Club.' — May. 4, 5. rNarandera Eace Club.— May 10, 11. Wagga Amateur P.R. Club— May 19 -and 20. -***?'?* Wagga L.V. Racing Club.— May 23, 24. Hilleton District Race Ulub, — Au- gust 4.

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New, Odd, Interesting. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

New, Odd, Interesting. A ton of coal produces 'nearly ten. thousand cubio feet of gas. The two most populous cities in the British Empire are London and Cal cutta. Ten Barnardo sinking boys, who re cently toured Australia, raised £17,000. An old book, picked up 70 years ago for 3s. 6d., has been sold in Lon don for £1520. Refitting the battleship Irresistible will cost £80,000, and the work will occupy eight or/nine months. A motorist driving a 200 horse power car at Indianopolis, U.S.A., re cently covered a mile in 35 3-5 seconds. The icebergr detector is the latest instrument that science has evolved for the better protection of life at sea. Spain gets more sunshine than any other country in Europe. Its yearly average is 3000 hours, while in Eng land it is only about 1400 hours. During the nineteenth century near ly one million one hundred thousand pounds was wiped off the National Debt by property left by will for that purpose. 'The Science of Larceny' is a book issued by a Londo...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

Wise and Otherwise. m Nell : 'She's an awful gossip. She tells everything she hears.' Belle: 'Oh, she tells more than that.1-' * ♦ ? * * The Breakfaster: 'Waiter, there's a chicken in this egg!' The Wait er: 'Right, sir. I'll fetch a knife and fork, sir.' ? ? ? ? ? Clerk : 'This is an improved skate that can be put on in three seconds.' Customer: 'But I want a pair for my best girl.' ? ? » ? ? Professor's Wife: 'You haven't kissed me for a week.' Professor (absently): 'Are you sure? Then who is it I've been kissing?' ? ??*?* 'My wife made an engagement for me at the Bingses. I forgot and went fishing-.' 'Catch anything?' 'Not until I got home.' ? ? » ? * 'Yes,' said the humorist, 'it was enough to make a donkey laugh. I laughed till I cried.' And he won dered why everyone smiled. '---. ? ? ? a ? Mabel: 'Of course, you speak to Lena when you pass her?' Helen: 'Indeed I do not. Why, I don't ev en notice-what she has on!' ? ♦ ? » * 'What do you think makes the sea salt?' was a question...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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THE USE OF THE LIFEBUOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

THE USE OF THE LIFEBUOY. In most places, where at all pos sible, the authorities considerately place lifebuoys for the benefit of per sons in danger of drowning. When the time does come that a person is in such sbre straits, it is hardly the time to issue instructions how to use the buoy. Seemingly a simple matter, but just try (provided you are inexperienced) in safe water, and it is very i likely you will not,, put up too great a performance in its manipulation. That is why we would suggest that instructions in the use of a lifebuoy should be post ed by its side, a forewarned is fore armed. The easiest method is to place both hands together on the side of the buoy nearest to you, then suddenly bring all your weight to bear on that part, when the buoy will immediately jump over your head, and encompass you, as shown. All that now remains is to put the arms and shoulders through.

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AUTOMATIC MEALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911

AUTOMATIC MEALS. ? » - In Sydney the penny-in-the-slot machine is common enough for the simpler wants of life, but we must admit that the contrivance is only in its infancy -here as compared with Paris. In what are known as the Express Bars there you can get a quick meal, and don't have to 'tip' the waiter. You're in a hur ry. You rush in to an Express Bar, put a penny in the slot, and at once obtain a cup of hot soup. While drinking this you drop two pennies in another hole, and out pop two sandwiches — one of sardines and the other of pate: de^fpie, or of sausage. If you have stiifa couple of minutes to spare another;. twopence will pro cure you a cup of. coffee, which you can sweeten to taste. But if your desire ( runs in the direction of beer, wine, whisky, »r brandy, you can also have them. : -?_'.? He cannot lead others who is try ing to walk in two paths himself.

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