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Wedding at Edgehill. A POPULAR EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
Wedding at Edgehili. ? : o : ? A POPULAR EVENT. An exceedingly popnliir welding took placu at Edijehill Lut'isr.vu Churjh on Wudno iduy morning List, whon Mr Binno Schuster, of -.-5m1ib?a, was mvt-.-.l ii ;n itri mony to Anna, stnonrl d.'.u^htjr o: Afr .ml iJi-3*P. J. Leisjhk;. The fa-niivo or Yolh, who are amo:iLjat the pinn-?o s of thii -!is- trict, are lii^hly est .'eni'jd, an-! th 'ir c'rj'e of aC'q'.iainta:icoj is very exton ivj. An miusu-illylar^-! imm'joi1 of r.H.ple _M-h-;r.iJ at the c'nirca, tti3 biuidin,' no; -c;d^ nearly lar-^o eaou jh to .idiaio th ;m, when th 3 bridegroom ami best mnn arri-p', to bo followod shortly ui'tsi- by the l.ri-lil party, convoyed in a vehicle -hviv»n by four gi-ay horaps driven by .Mr P. H I'.ipch an-1 u threc-in-h:md driven by Mr IJ. E. P.iech. l'hf! bridrf w.is .-?ffonip'in :cd l-y h:;r parents und four J-riJc3Hi:ii(l?, n.iwuh', 3fits Lsisuliko (Inr sister), Miss Wu lku ( W'uiln), Miss %Kot-i!ir (Ploisant Hi'*), and MiJs VVettom (UuHty). wiii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
The Hive of Local Industry. J Qiimour, The eld Butcher and Baker is still *Jiv« The First Batcher's and Biker's shop at Lockkart. Prime -Meat Supplied. Sausages and all Smill G'HxLs a Speciality Oui' Plurt and rainy Broad i.« unsnrjmsfil. All orders Punctually al tended to. 'J el-ip!u-np, No. 10, T,n.-khart. 3 DOORS FROM J. W. DSGKSON'S ? '^OH&s Wheatley (SUCCESSOR TO MR. W. 1FNMNSS) Baker & ©ash Grocer. We arc First =Class Bakers and Caterers. Oitf. bread is an ldoal Sustainer of 'Li?* during the hdt weather ttnd the strain of Bar vest Time A Big Variety of Provisions & Fresh Tinned rood*. TYe solicit your patronage and a good word ? ' ? : amongst your friends We have fie Material, The Workmanship and the Variety to commend the attention of all requir ing Saddlery of any kind. } First-class Harness Preserves and Dressings. Large and Small Orders Equally Well Attended to E. SALES, Saddler LOCKLIAUT ft George's %OOA FeCNTAIN Is the only place in Lockhart Where...
Windstorm at Uran-quinty. HOUSES WRECKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
Windstorm at Uran quinty. — — — ; q ; i — ^- HOUSES WKECKKIJ. A violent storm u.'ic'.uvert at L'r.m qninty un Saturday iifiei'iiijon last. The stoi'in w;is mure of i!ic ii;it:ire of j a fyuluii(3 than anything eke. It came on vvv.' snililfnlv and v.liiNr it ; lasted \\ v.'i- )iifr!;r a yiv.Mt do:! I of [ damafjfc to j'lojiei-i v. ll is ;i !--iiLr iimo sin'.1'.1 s:ic!i a vin.'c \'. ir:i'f r.tu'cu in t.l'.c I ' im tiff si i»i i v (li.-iri-.'t ainl ii :- :t j furtiinnic1 lliii!'.' th'.i :? m ?-!?; i s;- in:iny d:in«;e:s nn iiij.ny was rnuscil tu hum-in lift.-. !r was s mioiliin-r new to see trees of (.'onsiih.rnil.-li1 crn'-ii i nprooied and tin; j.i\-;id tf.'k'irr.iyih ' j |i6!es t-'o.'ijjiollf.'i' 1 1.» I)imk1 !;-.'!'(-i/e tic sujicriur s;ivni;-;ii of the -_':?-!(.?. House ])roj:ci-i.y in t!ie vii-iniry was consider.ilily (himairt'.l. 1'r (l-il- v in's hon=;e was wrccke I completely. The wind fivst lifted off the roof and the force of the ca'.e continuing on | the roofless w.-ill.s c...
RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT. CHURCH OF ENGLAND F[?]TURES 1st Sunday in the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
RELTGIOuS A-TN'0U i('rJMENTT3 CnCRCIl OF EXOT.AXD FrCTUESS 1st Snndav in the; Mo 1K1. Lockhart 11 a.m., and Xuw School, Green vale ,TJor..-« Civek Town ', p.m., and Mcrriton's Loc!;h.irt 7J5O, and Hrookoa^. 2nd Suml-ty Lockhart 11 am., and Jlittagong Offlmrne 'A p.m. Lockhart 7.30 p.m. 3rd Sunday. , Lock'.iart S a in. Milbralong, 11 p.-.i. }5oree Creek Union Chnruh 3 p.m., and Mittagonj; Lo-khirt 7.33 p.m. 4th Sunday. Lockhart 11 a.m., and Nuw School, G rcsn ale Osborno 3 p in., and Galora Lockbart 7. '0 p.m. 5:h .Snn-liy. 0, borne 11 a.m., anj Ilorce Union Church ; Boreo f*r-.'o!c Ti--.va :; p.m. - ; Lockhart, 7.'jO p.m.
Post Offices Shut. After Six [?]. The New Arrangement. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
Post Offices Shut. After Six CrcJo-nk. - Th3 New /.r/ange.7ienlr. The foilowinjr njtico h.-i.s hren . . issued by the afting-Dej.atv Pest- . ; - ma.ster-(reneral : — Ju con met ion vifh iha em-ifer eloping --f puM and fp]. -;ih -h ..flices th:o;jghouf ihe C'.-!i;i;joiMvealiJi. f )-f- Sydimv jn.. tMl :inrii..-i-iui.- in: usinf t- that on anil fro:ii Varcli 1 next, all post ai.rl tcleiri-5ij.ii ifii-.-es in X,.w Solltii Waifs, will: ti, . (Ac;,,|j .,1 nf the Geiieial V-,-t. Orfi.-o ;,„.} Xe- - naslle. v.iil c;:.)se at li r.m. The General Post O.lice v. ii! i ori-« in ,,}^n C'-nii(inonsly For tp'ravm-h I ii-inr.-.s r.s heretofni-p, vhi!e the X. wcistln office will !-.c kept «-.t-o:i in i: H p ip. for oroiiim-y teleciMi'Si :.:i-i w-* o-.iiv. - At the fi;li(;.i inv- oih'c.-s where? it will be necessary f. u- ;ui ofli.v-i- to |,e in htrni'.huiL'e after tj p. ?,.-., f ,;? |),c rcctipt and 1i-:ni*.!ir!»i.)-i of press tel-Krain?, omt ^ p.m. f.rfhe pur pose i.f :eaii:i;' oi swirt-hin^ line*, ...
A FAIRY-LIKE VISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
A FAIRY-LIKE VISION. The wife of a wealthy merchant recently attended a fashionable ball, and, in a letter to a friend, her husband afterwards described the event in these terms — lTAround her snowy brow were set three hun dred pounds in the shape of dia mond flakes of light ; with the gen tle undulation of her bosom rose and fell five hundred pounds in a pendant of. brilliants. Her fairy form was invested in twenty-pounds represented by a slip of azure satin, and this was overlaid by thirty pounds more in two skirts of white lace. Tastefully down each side of the latter were laid two pounds fif teen shillings? which was the cost of several bows of dainty ribbon. The lower margins of the skirts were edged with eleven pounds 01 additional, the value of some fringe a quarter of a yard in depth. Her taper waist, taking zone and clasp together, I calculated to be con fined by forty pounds. Her delicate ly-rounded arms — the gloves of creamy- kid being added to the bracelets which encirc...
THE YOUNG MOTHERS REGISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
THE YOUNG MOTHER'S REGISTRY. Babies are very apt to have prickly heat in warm weather. Most moth era are able to distinguish prickly heat from other skin eruptions. It consists of a fine red rash, or little pimples, raised up enough to give the skin a decidedly rough feeling when the hand is passed over it. It may appear in only one place, or be scattered over the greater part of the body. It is caused by heat, and greatly aggravated by thick flannel underwear. To prevent it the baby should be given frequent cool sponge baths on every warm day, then light ly dusted with a pure talcum powder. His clothing must contain a little wool, but must be light in weight ; a thin silk-and-wool band, and the lightest-weight wool gauze shirt should be worn, as a rule, but on very warm days the shirt may be omitted. The band must always be kept on, as it protects the digestive organs. With the diaper these two articles of clothing are the essentials of the baby's dress in summer; the petticoats, d...
Cookery. Custard Suggestions. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
Cookery. ? ♦ Custard Suggestions. If a custard has been allowed to cook too quickly it will be watery and rough. When baking a custard place the. dish in a larger one nearly full of water, and when it is half cooked sift, a little fine sugar over it. This helps' to brown it nicely. while the surrounding water prevents it from' cooking too rapidly, bteamed custards are delicious, but the secret of their1 success is very slow and careful steam ing. Boston Brawn ?read. Take one- cupful of corn meal, on., of rye meal, one of flour, one of treacle, a teaspoonful of salt, the same of baking soda, and milk enough to form a stiff batter. Put the molasses ' or treacle into a bowl, sift in the soda, and let it stand until the mixture is light and foamy. Now mix in the meals and flour and salt, adding milk' as needed. When the batter is smooth' and stiff it is ready for cooking. Chocolate Almonds. rrocure some unsweetened baker's chocolate, cut it into small chunks and put them into an empty j...
For Young Folks. THE WIND BROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
For Young Folks. ? ? . w ? THE WIND BROOM. It happened that the Old Woman „ who sweeps the sky with her Wind '' Broom put it down for a few mom ents while she had a chat with the . Man in the Moon. A lively, young Elf 'came flying, along, playing leap frog over the clouds, and, as luck would hav-j it, he espied the Wind Broom where it stood. 'Oh; ho, here's fun!' cried the ' Elf, and he seized the Broom, and .then and there flew off with it. The Old Woman swept the sky, but he meant to sweep the earth. His ro guish face was full of merriment at ' the thought. It was a. large Broom, and at first he could not manage it very well, .*' being only a small Elf. But when ' he found out the way, what sport it was ! Swish ! The people in the -streets had to cling to the lamp ? ' posts, while the babies were nearly blown out of their perambulators. 'What a gale,' cried the startled folks. . Swish ! The waves turned to rampant white horses, and the boats were tossed sky-high. Swish! The trees ...
WHAT FOLKS DID NOT HAVE 100 YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
WHAT FOLKS DID NOT HAVE 100 YEARS AGO. The world has changed more in the last one hundred years than any thousand years that have gone before. In the first place, there were no canned goods of any kind. There were no tin cans. Neither were there anv cars to brine' fresh fruits and vegetables. Oranges, bananas, , pineapples, grape fruit, olives, Malaga grapes, and other tropical fruits which are so familiar to all of us were never seen in the markets of 1810. Boys . , and girls of that' day only heard about them from travellers or read of them in books. . 'Dinners were cooked in fireplaces. 'There were no ranges. There were no gas stoves ; no oil stoves ; no cooking stoves of any kind. House wives had* no baking-powder, no self-raising flour, no granulated su ' : gar, no flavouring extracts, no ground spices, no cocoa, no potted meats, no catsup, no .prepared breakfast foods. All the coffee had to be roasted and ground at home. Housekeepers then had very few of the conveniences that ...
LEARNING TO COOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
LEARNING TO COOK. Apparently it occurs to few boys that it is important to know how to cook. But if a boy is going camp ing it is desirable that he under stand the simpler methods, at least, of preparing food. It is not enough to be able to fry fish and to boil eees and noEatoes. Some member of the party must have a wider knowledge. The boy's mother or sister will be glad to give him the necessary les sons. Bread-making — especially corn bread — should be the subject of the first half-dozen, the only prelimi nary to this course being a recogni tion of the necessity of clean hands and -finger-nails. The boy learns to wash and peel potatoes, and to su perintend the baking or boiling of them . He also investigates the mys teries of tea and coffee-making, per haps practising by 'spelling' his sister on' occasional mornings. The second course of lessons should have to do with preparing meats, baked, broiled, and boiled, and the making of stews arid soups. When a boy has become familiar w...
Random Readings. A REMARKABLE MONASTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
Random Readings. A REMARKABLE MONASTERY. The following interesting extract is from an article, 'A Week with the Monks of Walamo,' by Ernest Young B.Sc, F.R.G.S., in 'Travel and Exploration' : Walamo is a small island, or, to speak more correctly an archipelago of forty small islands, in Lake La doda. On five or six of these is lands are situated the buildings of a celebrated Russian monastery, lit tle known to the English traveller, though within easy reach of St. Pet ersburg. My own visit to the mon astery was made, however, from Sertavala, a town in Finnish terri tory, which stands on the northern shore of the lake, in a bay so close ly surrounded by hills that it appears to be a lake itself. The establishment consists of thirty priests, who are not monks ; fifteen deacons, who play an im portant part in the services of the Greek Church; and 250 monks. These, with the novices and Jay men, make a total of from 1,200 to 1,300. There are other smaller monastic houses on ' the other i...
DISCOURAGING A TRAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
DISCOURAGING A TRAMP. People often wondered how Miss Katharine Patterson found it pos sible to live by herself in the lonely farmhouse that stood in the shadow, of a New Hampshire mountain and half a mile from the nearest neigh bour; To be sure, Miss Patterson did; not live there all by ? herself more thaB a part pf the time. Born and brought up in the city, she had come into the country for health, and had taken the beautifully situ ated old. farmhouse as a means of livelihood. Summer, found it al ways full of ''boarders,, and in the course of the winter it, became, the centre of a good wany / snowshoe ing parties. . Between these occa sions Miss Patterson was the 'only occupant. Miss Patterson, however, was one of those persons who succeed in whatever they undertake because they are without fear. A large re volver hung in the kitchen, and at the back of -the house a large dog lived in his .kennel. But the dog has his own interests. He disap peared into the wood on occasion. It was...
MEA CULPA—A MEMORY OF CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 7 March 1911
MEA CULPA— A MEMORY OF CHINA. Some years back, while travel ling for amusement in the East, I found myself, writes 'Old Head' in the 'Field,' with two friends in China when matters were disturb* ed and when Europeans were not very welcome to the Chinese. It was in Shanghai one Sunday when somebody proposed we should ex plore the native city. At the time L had a clever Tartar boy in my employment. The three of us took care to let it be known at our hotel where we were going, and I took the boy to act as guide. Wt went first through the part of the city where the population is densest, and as the larger part of these natives live in sampans, or boats, moored close together -along the river bank, there is room for lively outbreaks between the people who live ashore and afloat. We happened to find a regular battle royal going on, in which thousands on each side used guns, knives, swords, and all kinds of weapons, resulting in serious loss of life. While we were looking on the Chinese tr...
GERMAN EVANGELICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH Milbrulong Parish. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911
GeejJan Evangelican Lutheran Chdech MilbrUlona Parish. 1st Sunday— 10 a.ni., Heading Service ; 3 p.m., Sunday School and YJW.C.A. 2nd Sunday — 10 a.m., Sermon ; 3pm Sunday School and Y.M.C.A. ' ' 3rd Sunday— 10 a.m., Reading Service. 4th Sunday — 10 a.m., Sermon ; 3 p.m Sunday School and T.M.C.A. 5th Sunday — 10 a.m., Reading Service ; 3 p.m., Sunday School and Y.W.C.A. German School will commence oa the 14th February, Thursday land Saturday ' aaaanaL - * ?? , 8tr, fiansr. GvifKUOTT. ' * f
PRESBYTERIAN. The Rock Charge. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911
' PRKSliYTERJAN. The Rock Charge. First Sunday. — Cro3s Boads, 11 a.m., The Koclr, 3 p.m., Uranquinty, 7.30 p.m. Second Sunday— The Rock at 11a.m., Cross Roads 3 p.m., Sandy Creek (at Mr A. Snodgrass') 7.30 p.m. , Third Sunday.— Sandy '(preek, 11 a.in., Toot:ol, 3 p.m., The Bock, 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday— Cross Koads 1] a in., Uranquinty (Public Hall) 3 p.m., The Eock, 7.30. p.m. Rev. J. Jennings.