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Wagga Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Wagga Land Board. A sittuitj; of the Local Land Hoard for the land distri(!t of Wagga Wagfja. will be commenced iu the court-house at Wogga on the 11th Maftjb, 1911,. at 10 o'clock, wh«n tho following casss will be- cou sidei-ed : — Applications under Suction 3, C.ll, Act, l'J08. Margaret Holden, c p. 1010/44, 352 acres. ; -- ?\Vin.'Kohlhac!;cn. c p .'10/40, ?t«2a, Eicbaid BaSoev, o p '10/«J0;;'92-3a.*-::i - G; M. Suodgniss, c p&rf7&Vi20a,. Henry Withers/ junr., op '10/78, 689a , J. E. M'Doriald, c p '10/145, 16Ha - Nat W. Wood, c p '10/82, '000a . ?' ? A. L. O. Westerndorf, c p '10/88, 5(H)la Thomas Ryan, c p '10/89, 579a . A. J. Corrin, c p MO/93, 3473a A. J. Corriu, c p '10/04, 345a Thomas O'Brien, o p '10/95, 500Ja . ? James S, Kirkwood, c p '10/96, 894|»; John Broadribb, c p ?10/100, 960}a Michael Curtis, c p 'JO/103, 714a Edward Raine, o p '10/106, 1153a Patrick O'Brien, c-p '10/107. 620a Christopher Forge, c p '10/109) 8 JOa Christopher Forge, cp '10/110, P40a...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Closer Settlement Promotion Act, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Closer Settlement Promo tion Act, 1910. _. The Lands Department advises that a communication '.was recently received stating that there is a rumor current in a country district that .it is not the intention of the Minister to allow persons to avuil themselves of the provisions of the Act irrespec tive of all conditions asked for being con formed to, that no applications will be dealt with, and that the Act would be treated us a ' dead letter.' As a resulL the Honorable the Minister caused the writer to be advised : — (a) That there is not the slightest foun dation for the rumor. (b) That all Promotion Act cases are, under Ministerial instruction, dealt with as urgent in all stages, it being recognised that the success of the Act depends upon t X.iedition. (c) That.thoro is every indication that ? f.i-io nrnV-iaiAnu r\1f +.Vi*» A of w.ll l.« 1....^nt.« availed of when thoy become better known. (d) That approval was given only a low days ago to expenditure iu an extensive scheme for a...

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

Barked Your Shins ? Well, try Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Lini ment ; it will t«k« away all the psiiu and stiffness, and you will forget all about it. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at J. Hodg son's, Merchant, Lockharfc and Milbrulong; S. Goorge, Chemist, Lockhart.

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SALE AT TOCUMWAL. Thursday, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Sale ai Tooumwal. THursday, -March; 1.6. ' * Town -Lots: Four lots from lr 20|p to lr 23p, upset price from £50 to £75.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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SALE AT TUMUT. Wednesday, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Sale ai- Tumut. Wednesday, March 15. Country Lot: One poitiou of 107a 2i-j upset price £81, liailow.

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Land Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Land Notices. Crown-Lands for Additional Condi tional Purchase,- - Conditional Lease, Additional Conditional Purchase Lease, Additional Homesiead Selection or Addi tional Settlement Lease. Land District of Parkes and Goo bang Shire, county Ashburnham, parish Martin, 39a, a\-ai!able 16th March, at £1 153 per acre. Land District De'niliqnin and Win lonra Shire, within Bundyulumblah esumed area N'. 470a, ounty \Vakool, parish Firebrace, 1320a, ivailable 16th March, at 10s per xcre. Land District Gnndagai and Ad jungbilly Sliire. within annual leases, N'os. 31,047 and 32,738, county 13ue ileuch, parish Childowla, available 23rd March, at £1 10s per acre. Land District Wngga Wagga and Kyeamba Shire, county Mitchell, parish Sandy Creek, 09a, available 23rd March, at £3 15s per acre. Land District Barmedman nnd Bland Sliire,' county Davidson, parish Bourke, 320a, available 23rd March at £1 10s per acre. Laud District Wyalong and Bland Shire, parish Wyalong South, 38a, available 13th April,...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALE AT WYALONG. Wednesday, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Sale at Wvacoko. Wednesday, March 22. Town Lot : One lot of lr, apsefc price, £81 5s, Brolga. Country Lots : Thirteen portions from 17sp to la lip, upset, from £26 10s to £050, Wyalong.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Words of Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Words of Wisdom. The used key is always bright. He that lives upon hope, will die fasting. In everything that you do consid er the end. He who has learnt to obey will know how to command. I Every good you desire must be bought by daily effort. Drive thy business; let not thy business drive thee. I Laziness travels so slowly that poverty soon overtakes him. | Do not squander time; time is the stuff that life is made of. Since tliou art not sure of a min ute do not throw away an hour. I The one thing in the world of value is the active soul. — Emerson, j Trouble springs from idleness ami grievous toil from needless ease. I Noble natures ever thmfr first of .their duties; ignoble ones of their rights. j He that riseth late must trot all day and shall scarce overtake his business at night. I liuigie me vvcuk, uui me uivn.cn through by the strong. My kind of loyalty is loyalty to my country; not to its institutions or its office-holders. — Mark Twain. The pyramid of knowledge is made up ...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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TIME BY WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

TIME BY WIRELESS. The Observatory of Paris, with the help of the Eiffel Tower wireless station, has for some time past been signalling the time at midnight by wireless telegraphy, for the benefit of ships at sea. These signals were given, one at midnight and the others at intervals of two minutes. It has now begun a similar service during the day. The first signal is wired at 11 o'clock, the second at 11.2, and the third at 11.4. So far it is not stated whether captains of vessels at sea provided with wireless apparatus have been taking notice of these signals, but there is no doubt that this plan may be of great use in the future, once it comes to be generally known.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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A FOUNTAIN INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

A FOUNTAIN INVENTION. A fountain: adapted ior use in schools and other public places has been invented, which is so arranged as to form a jet that will make the use of a cup unnecessary. The in vention consists of a series of tubes, which may be bent to any ornamen tal design, and which at their upper end are trained to deliver the water to a common centre. The impact of the water at this central point pro duces a geyser-like jet, over which the drinker can apply his mouth, while the unused water falls to the base of the drinking fountain. Thus one is assured of having pure, fresh water that has not been contami nated by the lips of anyone else.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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OIL FUEL FOR SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

OIL FUEL FOR SHIPS. Lieut-Com. Allen, of the U.S.A. Navy, estimates that, weight for weight, fuel oil will carry his ship one-third further than coal, and at much less expense, the saving, of course, varying with the local mar ket price of the oil. In his ship, one thousand tons of oil can be carried in the double bottom, over and above that which could be stowed in the bunker space, and this one thousand tons would be sufficient to carry the vessel about five thousand miles*.

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TO INTERCEPT THERMAL RAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

TO INTERCEPT THERMAL RAYS. Solutions of alum have long been employed for intercepting the calori fic rays of light. The use of alum for this purpose was an article of faith until an experimenter discov ered that pure water possesses quite as much absorbent power as a solu tion of alum. Houston and Logie have been seeking a still more pow erful absorbent of thermal rays, which is required in many cases, and have found it, the 'Scientific Am erican' says, in a solution of am moniacal sulphate of iron. A str atum, ot this solution, 1.2U1. in thick ness, transmits 75 per cent, of .the luminous rays, but only 5.1 per cent, of the total radiation of a carbon filament electric lamp. It. should be added that the luminous rays constitute only about 2 per cent, ot the total radiation in this case.

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Science Notes & News. SUBSTANTIAL UNDERSTANDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Science Notes & News. SUBSTANTIAL UNDERSTAND INGS. An inventor has hit upon a me thod of putting stone soles on boots and shoes. He mixes a waterproof glue and a suitable quantity of clean quartz sand, and spreads it over the leather sole used as a foundation. These quartz soles are said to be very flexible, and practically inde structible.

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ROTIFERS THAT STAND FREEZING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

ROTIFERS THAT STAND FREEZING. Extremes of heat and cold are as a-rule fatal to animal and vegetable life. In general comparatively nar row ranges of temperature fix the possibilities of existence. And this is more especially so when the ex treme temperatures are prolonged. Among the lower organisms, how ever, the power of resistance both to high and low temperatures is much more marked than among the higher. As an interesting example, may be cited the rotifiers found in the Antarctic by Sir K. Shackle ton's expedition. These were found in the pools and small lakes formed j on Ross Island during the brief sum mer of some two months. For the remaining ten months these areas of water are frozen solid. Thus it ap pears that species of rotifer can re sist the extreme cold of the Antarc- , tic. FROZEN IN A SOLID MASS ^-*n f /-it-? And this is the more remarkable , when the degree of organisation oi the rotifers is considered. They are I by. no means the most lowly organ ised of animals. T...

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LOUD-SPEAKING TELEPHONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

LOUD-SPEAKING TELE PHONES. A loud-speaking telephone or au tomatic enunciator, by which it is claimed that sound delivered to a single telephone transmitter may be conveyed to and reproduced clearly and simultaneously by any number from one to several thousand re QCQ^IT-Tf nV= iJamrig 1Y sink' 1V1 usia tions, calling streets or stations on street, subway, or railway trains, and making announcements at con ventions. The system includes a master transmitter and as many re producers as may be required. The transmitter amplifies a low tone in to an audible and articulate sound, catching the timbre of the voice and reproducing clearly even the sibi lants, which ordinarily cause' diffi culty in telephone service. The construction is an entire departure from ordinary methods of telephone construction, in which loud sounds cause a caking of the carbons that transmutes the sounds into a roar.

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A HAPPY INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

A HAPPY INVENTION. A Swiss watchmaker has invented a chronometer whose hands move from right to left instead of the re verse way. It has been designed to meet the demand created in Turkey and Japan and other Oriental coun tries for a watch that works in a manner consistent with their meth ods of reading. If, as he states, the inventor has succeeded in obtaining patent rights which preclude the manufacture of left-handed watches by anyone else, his fortune is made.

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NEW METHOD OF CLASS ELECTROLYSIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

NEW METHOD OF GLASS ELECTROLYSIS. Two German chemists have suc ceeded in introducing heavy metals into glass electrolytically by using fused salts of the metals as anodes. A small tube of soda or potash glass. closed below, and containing a fused mixture of sodium and potassium ni trates to act as cathode, was im mersed in the fused salt of the heavy metal acting as anode, and current was supplied by means of platinum wires. In this way, sodium, potas sium, barium, strontium, tin, lead, copper, iron, cobalt, and silver were introduced into the glass at temperatures above 200 deg. Cen. ; successful results could not be ob tained in the case of gold, plati num, and uranium. The metals penetrate the glass in the colloidal state, the colour varying according to the condition. On heating the colloidal solution is coagulated, the more noble metals separating while the baser metals separate in the form of oxides. Even without the aid of the electric current, metals diffuse into glass from ...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Valedictory. A very large and representative gathering of the friends of Air G, Melntyve assembled in tho.:.TJran. quinty hall on Wednesday last, to hid adieu io Mr G. McTntiare, who Kas resigned his position of master of Peai-son public ; school to go in for ^-farming. Mr ? .Melntyre has been resident here-fur-st- consideitible time and made many friends, as was shown on Wednesday last. - He was pre sented with a gold filbert. Speeches in praise of the good qualities of the guest, together with songs, recita tions and dancing, made a very plea Iftnt evening.

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Uranquinty. Township Matters. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Uranquinty. . Township Mattel^. . A meeting of the Uranquinty '].''? branch of the P.L.L. was held on ??:'::Tu.esday, 14th inst. About 20 mem bers were in attendance, several new L members ' were enrolled and the 'branch is. in a very nourishing con dition, both in membership and finan cially. The following officers were ap pointed --for the ensuing term : — Messrs W. Baker, president; J. Gil lard and C. McCrudden, vicepresi dents ; F. Webb, hon. sec. ; J. Scan ion, treasurer. ' *?*' It -was decided to call tlie nttonKon of the Mitchell shire council to the condition of Pearson and Morgan Bti'eets and to ask for effective ..drain age' at. once 'to improve the sanitary condition of the town. Also to draw the attembn of the Poshnaster \Geueral to the dog box at our '.local post office, generally known as the telephone office. It was decided to hold future ? meetings on the second aid fourth Wednesdays in each month. About 20 electors names were posted to the Electoral Registrar for en...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

?.;. -tffc&r. _-and there. Nice weather for a day or two past. 'Fanners happy ; perhaps, never happier. Wei*« vou at The Rock sale ? T was never at a better land sale. Good luck to Vv Millar! - The only thing I am sorry for is that the sale will mean his departure from our midst. . Tt is more than interesting to hear the purchasers of town blocks discusp thrir bargains. Please n--te special arlvertisment ab-nt -.th* fiele of the valuable stock in., The Rock estate. The character of the soil of the lialf-acre and the quality of every fuu t is ny-r{\p(] out as' much anil in some cases more than 1000 a^re block. ~S\v Hutcuihgs' new residence at ' Tootool will be a very commodioup one The takhigs at the ' King's Own liotel during sale week must have figured out handsomely. Yerong Creek is mounting into Importance fast. The men of Yerong do not care about being tied to the tail of Lock hart shire. There is talk oE a movement in fftvov of a new nhire embracing The Rook, Yerong Cro...

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