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Burke's Creek. DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Burke's Creek. DEATH.. The de.ith occurred at Burke's Creek on Friday last of Mr 'William Meyersfat the age of 3S years. De ceased some time ago left here for Gilean'Jro and came back for a holi day in August last, but took sick and underwent several operations for abcess on the kidneys. Dr. Wood, of Albury, whs his medical attendant. Ho only returned from Albury' on Wednesday last. He. leaves a widow and jive little children. ' The funeral was held on Sunday and was Jargely attended, there bein-* over 5-J vehicles, besides hoiremen, etc. Rev. J. J. Jennings was the officiating clergyman, the pallbearers being Messrs C. Kiel, J. Lally, B, Curtis, W. Kolhagen, H. Koth and W. T. Hchirmer.

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

Numurkah (Vic.) is to have elec» tiic light iustftlled iu the, near future}

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The New Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

The New Time-table. The following is the time table be The Bock and Mucra : — MaH. p^ui. SYDNEY ... ... ... dep. flO.5 a.m. The Kock ? ... ' arr. 10.3 i ? Monctiys, Wednes days and Fridays. ? Mixed. „ ? ... dcp. 10.20 Tootool ? , alO.41 Freucl Part ? „ all.l Milbmloujj ... ? , 11.22 Napier ... ... ... „ ill 1.45 p.m. Lockhart ? arr. 12.0 „ ? dep. 12.45 Long Park ? „ al.10 Boreo Creek ... ... ... ,. 1.35 ^ucrii ? _— .~ ? .. ? - ? ^jj^^^^jo _?. ? ? '' llised. Tuesdays, Thursdays ai\d Saturdays. p.m. MDCRA ... ? dep. J2.5O Borec Creek ... ? „ 1.14 Long Park ? „ al.44 Lockliart ? ... arr. 2.15 „ ? dep. 2.46 Napier ... '... ... „ a2.57 MUbrulong ? ... „ 3.17 French Tark ? „ a3.4l Tootool ... ... .:. „ a3.59 ThoKock ? :. arr. 4.S0 Mail. ___ Week-daye. M'' ? dcp. 4 52 Sydney Vl.. ? ? 'r. *6.10

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facts and Fancies. A Terrible Oath. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Pacts and Fancies. A Terrible Oath. If any form of oath can make the person, who takes it truthful,, that which is prescribed . to the State of ficials of Siam ia likely so to do. Each official has to say: 'May the blood flow from my veins, may cro codiles devour me, may I be con demned to carry water to the flames of hell in vessels without bottoms. After death may I enter into the body of a slave. May I suffer the harshest treatments during all time in years as numerous as the sands of all the seas. May 1 be reborn deaf, dumb, and blind, and afflicted with dire maladies. May I also be thrown into Narok — the lower regions— and tortured by Prea Yam if I break this oath.' Toothless. Very ? few people know that nei ther a turtle, a tottoise, nor a toad is provided with teeth. There is a general superstition that a turtle can bite off a man's finger, but the turtle can do nothing of the kind. Its jaws are very -strong, and the horny membrane that runs round | the jaw, where in other a...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FANCY VARIETIES FOR PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

FANCY VARIETIES FOB PROFIT. Every show 'season' invariably produces a certain number x-f new fanciers, who come forward to take the place of the old and to extend still further the knowledge and love of fowls. The success of these dif ferent individuals, however, varies -widely. Some few continue year after year to maintain and estab lish a prominent position, but we have often been amused to observe the numbers who', having purchased the most successful birds of the season, appear to carry all before them for a few months, and then retire again into oblivion — ultimate- ly, in all probability, to give up the pursuit altogether in disgust. The VWir'i:iA'n raHra frntn if. ujif.li mnrfi or less loss is very great, and has given rise to a very common opin ion that the cultivation of . fancy varieties must inevitably be a losing concern ; but such an opinion is al together groundless. In many cases where all operations are carried on regardless of cost, ; yiere the ., bouses and yarda a...

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

THE GREEDY PORKER. To 'eat like a pig' is an indict ment of gluttony and lack of man ners. That it is not without a foun dation of truth will be endorsed by anvone who has had anything to do with the feeding of swine. With them it is a case of getting their own share, and that of their brethren as well, if it can be managed. Might is right, and a good vantage point is to stand in the trough ; that it makes the food dirty is of no con cern to porcus, he is there to glut and gorge. This is a bit rough on any pig who happens to be of a weak er nature, he will not get sufficient for his needs. Our illustration is of a pig trough which is used by upto date farmers to overcome the difficul ty. It ia divided into compartments, and revolves on a central pin. By this arrangement an animal has to confine his attention to onecompart ment, and a nearer approach to equi ty is assured.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Poultry Run. PEN POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

The PpHltry Ron. PEN POINTS. . A lusty crow, an active step, and 'wide-awake appearance in a cockerel are indications of vitality. . Appetites must be studied. Fowls differ in this as much as do human .. beings. A feast to-day and a fa mine to-morrow is also likely to up set an appetite. Give each day what 'is actually needed — no more or no .'/?.'less. : There is only one way to have pul lets mature early, and that is to keep them growing. ' ?? ~ Chicks are always stronger and hatches, come off better if the hen. is absolutely undisturbed while hatching. Chicks coming from healthy, vig orous parent stock, when surround ed by proper conditions, are bound to grow and mature in fine condi tion.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Farmer. THE KEEPING OF BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Tie Farmer. THE KEEPING OF BUTTER. Srine, used for salting butter, is made by dissolving as ir.ucb salt in , water as is possible. Salt should be added to the water until no more of it will dissolve. If the water. is vrarm, a saturated solution of the - Bait may be made quicker than by '*' using cold water. A sufficient --, amount of salt should be added to -the water so that after considerable stirring and standing a layer of un dissolved salt remains on the bottom. This saturated solution of salt is then poured into the churn after the buttermilk has been drawn off, and the granular butter slightly washed. A sufficient amount of brine should be used to float the butter. The granular butter is then revolved in the churn in this brine, the brine 'then drawn off, and the butter work ed and packed for market. Butter which has been brine salted in this way usually contains considerably less salt than when dry salted, but there is no danger of mottled butter rwnen^it halTbeen brine salt...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EGG-EATING AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

EGG-EATING AGAIN Egg-eating most frequently has its origin in the accidental breaking of an egg. A broken egg is too tempting for the average fowl to re .eggs by making the nests as com fortable as possible, and by provid ing as many as are necessary. It has been stated that leaving a few thoroughly rotten eggs in the nests has broken hens, of the bad habit, while dissolving a pennyworth of bitter 'aloes in a small quantity of water, mixing it with flour in a thin paste, and pouring it into an egg shell placed in the nest, is also said to be beneficial. I have tried both * of these methods, and have gener ally found that the hens were wise enough to leave the artificial eggs and continue to eat the genuine ar ticle. : { ;.- It is a good plan to make the nests so that the eggs will disappear as soon as they are laid; Such nests are manufactured .by 'different mak ers. A good pattern I recently saw consisted of straw bands, sewn to-} gether in the shape of a shallow bowl, with a hole ...

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

THE AGE OF FOWLS. There are no definite rules by which one can judge of the age of fowls which it is desited to pur chase, unless the breeder has record ed its birth and you can rely off his word. There are, however, several things which give an indication. As a rule, youth goes with freshness, slimness, and activity, while the headgear is small, and the feathers rather silky, instead of being firm. Another way to tell is to feel the cartilage at the end of the breast bone nearest the stern; if this is soft and yielding! the bird is a young one — if it is hard, firm bone, it is old. Nevertheless, it is often very difficult to distinguish between a late-hatched bird and _ a well grown one of the following year.

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

STOP THE COCK CROWING. The cock which crows at all hours of the morning is a nuisance to everybody within earshot, and as fowls are often kept in thickly -popu- lated districts, the crowing of one cock may be a nuisance to many people. It has often been argued that for egg laying purposes the pen is better without a cock; but if onew must be kept, ? then it is oc casionally desirable to stop the early morning crowing. Trv the following plan : A cock cannot crow unless he is in an upright position. Lace a dozen good stout ceiling laths together after the fashion of a ve netian blind. . Having thus secured them; suspend this artificial piece of roofing by means of stout cords from the top of the roost house, al lowing it to hang parallel about 18 inches to 2 feet from the perch, and in the position usually occupiecT by the male bird. It will be found that when he rises on his perch to crow he will receive a gentle tap on the head, which serves as a reminder he has spoken a littld too ...

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

STORE YOUR, FOOD. It only poultry keepers would cul tivate the practice of buying food in advance many of the troubles which beset them would be removed. Unfortunately, however, they seem to be poor storers. Their fear of rats, the absence of storage accom modation, and their addiction to buying corn, etc., in bags seem to be always with them. The rat and mouse trouble scares thousands who would be better employed iu obvi ating the difficulty. There are plenty of zinc boxes on the market, holding anything from a bushel to a quarter of corn, compact,, not dear, practically indestructible. Poultry keepers who buy or own these boxes are a very small class; to tell the truth, an element of sor didness and minute savings has hitherto adhered to jjoultry keep ing, to its great- detriment. Large bins can be constructed very cheap ly; small storehouses built of brick, with stone floors, will keep any rat out. The imperial bushel box or tin bin only occupies 1.28 cubic feet, yet there are pl...

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

Cricket, TOOTOQk ¥. ? MILCRULONG. ? A niatoh botweeithe above clubs took place svt Tootool on. Saturday, 11th insife. Milbruloui; batted first and were diisposod of foi- 01 runs. 'J'lie pririci^ial scoivr — Joe Glecson — got a nasty knock on the finger, whicli -nrovcntod liim from taicin-r iinv furthev jvn't in tho game, Milbruloo^ *^M3 losing onaof thett best bowleifi. At this stage things looked' very serious for Mil brulonjr, but Bert Molloy and Herb Balling got going and fairly nicsnierisec\ th« 'J'ootool lads for about half-an-feoar, all that could bo seen being balla ftyiug in tho air, and catches being, missed, ftsajti

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Heart of Maureen. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Cbc Bean of Maureen. (All Riohts Resbrvbd.) By JOHN STRAjNGE WINTER, -' Author of 'Bootle's Baby,' 'A Blase of Glory V 'Houp-La,*- 'The Price of a Wife,' 'Love and Twenty,' 'Lady Jennifer.' Published By Special Akranoement. ^CHAPTER XII.— {Continued.) v 'No, I'm not,' she admitted. ; 'But— er — I have always kept wor ries from your father unless I thought it was imperative for him to know. What is a wife for?' she asked, virtuously. Well, that just depends upon the way you. look at it, mother. I shouldn't like my wife to keep me in the dark about a serious thing concerning one of my own children.' 'No, dear boy, of course not, of course not — that's exactly what I al ways say. But if you could do no good, and if you could not be on the spot, -why worry_you ? It's not as , if the poor child's life was in danger now.' 'No,' said Dick, with a long sigh, 'not her life, poor girl!' 'What do you mean, Dick?' 'Well, I mean that' it isn't her life that we need trouble about; that is safe en...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Milbrulong Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Mllbrulong Farmers' Union. The usual monthly meeting of the above v'as held at J. L. Wur(z' hotel on March loth. In the absence of the President, Mr A.- Smith was elected to the chair. 1 he minutes of the previous meet ing were confirm '-d -on (he motion of Mr A. Molkcntein, seconded by Mr F. Roenfeldt. Tho telephone movement was brought, up for discussion but, on the motion of Mr E. Mickan, was allowed to stand ever till next ireeting. Mr A. Molkentein proposed that the secretaiy write to (he Chief Com missioner through Mr II. T. Ball, M.L.A., to seo what could be done re building a grain shed at French Park. .; — Seconded by Mi F. Roenfeldt and carried. The public hall was again dis cussed. ?» Proposed by Mr F. Irish that a sub-committee be elected fu see what further promises could be obtained by next moeting, as the Union had a list of promises already amounting to JM0. Mr F. Roenfeldt had told him. to put him down for Jjo/3/. The following sub-i'ommittetj were elected : — A- Su...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Public Opinion. OUR DAILY BREAD. TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Public Opinion. OLTR DAILY BREAD: P'' TIIK BdITOI.'.'] A matier that calls foi- attfntior i- the price of our daily loaf. It would appear- as if che Master Bakers liavo* n ?.'o-id thing on, as when the r/iiK 'fl:-nr 'Ifas' gvndually fallen till it is only £8. per ton for best sorts, but ?still the loaf is at its highest price and seems as if it is likely to remaiu. ? so. If is.n pity sonierme does \\^ 'a' hi i ' in. fir it ntty^ W si :r .'ixl ji.-i . in_ c- in e. n, pv^'P. *o. in,vtiorfc it from other f'.wns. Qm- only relief seemsi ic b.e. ^o say with the Scrip turffi. L'ive us enoh day our daily l)'va«, Q Ikkpr, but at a reasonaMe pi ioB,— Yours, etc. Di uonnoY.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. The Lockhart Celebration. THE RACES. A BRILLIANT CONCERT. A CROWDED DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

ST. PATRICK'S DAY. ? m The LockSiarl: (Eelebr'ation. ? :-oi ? THE RACES. A BRILLIANT CONCERT. A CROWDED DANCE. On Wcdnosdav last, the .Lockhart. St. Pfitnck's U,iy Committee- liekl their annml meeting and were favored will: thn best of good weather. Kacing fixtures at Sebas i(i[)Ol and lierriLCiin interfered largely witli the attciidiince of liur.ses and the :i! I jndiincn of registered jockeys was an even scarcer commodity. Jf i.s (rue that the acting stipendiary steward —Mr W. Cuinmiiis — could have issued special li'-ences for the day, but there weie. no light weights about to justify the expeud'tire o! j the extra pound. Nevertheless, the I programme fulfilled its purpose in j providing at least one race whiuli I was really -worth seeing, viz., the I Members' Cotinthism Handicap, wliich was won by Mucra (la.te ) Brown Jack) by a neck. Ia tliij; race a protest was lodged against DallisfoB, Mucra's rider, for bump ing at the commencement of the race. An exhaustive inquiry was made...

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

THE CONCERT. The concert held in the School of Arts in the evening was decidedly the outstanding feature of this year's celebration. -The Rev. Father Han jirahan can bo congratulated truth fjlly upon arranging a truly fine programme, and whoever assisted him .may I q- complimented likewise. The bpeniag number was a piano forto overture, which was skillfully played by Mla.-j V, Hj'nes, L.S.C.M. Mr ^. A. 1'aicoll, a local vocalist, fillo.ved with a song, ' The Singer was Irj.sh,'' which was very well received. The appearance of Miss Connie Purtcll, A V.s.c.M.. of Wagga, was the occasion of an ovation, and her .first number was '-The Kerry Dance.' '1 he rendering was vivaci ous, and (he artiste imparted patrio tic: feeling to all her auditors. .The words, 'oh ! For the Days of tlia Kerry Dances,' were echoed nnd re-ochocd until the soul was stirred with them, The artiste was. of course, re-called, and i-iH! pleased Scotland's friends with a delightful rendering of 'Lich L'- inoiid.' Mi...

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Lockhart Police Court. ALLEGED FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

lockhart Police Court. - ALLEGED FOEGEEY. ??'' On Thuixiny last, Julia Grant was charged with fo:\{in£ and uttering a chequu by idtoriiig it from .-!. to ^81 10s with intent to defraud. Deiisiidiint toW Sorgo itit i-'ii'.!i:i I.e li:i'.l l.«:n working for ' Humuiii Khiin since .Tiinii iry l:nt. iiud got a eliL'qiv; from liiui on \Vndn-»s(l:iy for £?-'? 4s. Ue tiid Ik1 h:ul -ilsi) yotiviiotiJ'jr clieque from him for -l:Sl !?'«. -.iraut, w.'mld not say w!::vl ho -i:d with the chi-q-ie for £M K's. He said lie got a fo'.v pounds ou it, but icfnsed ti say who from. Ou the application of the Sor^eint, the ?Jusiicas (i.*r lJiiyies, Messrs T. Guest and E. Druiniuoml) granted a romund for eight days For indecent language TTiirry . Downey was finad i;3 or 0 wm'ss in Albury gaol by Mr .). iJilinour, J.P.; on V.w \ 'A)i inst iij-ivacy has gonu to Alliury. For 'a si.uiiii.i-. offouce Henry IJeunett w.is fined K's or 7 days. Fine paid. Ja3. JlcCatyre and Eo! c;-t ilarpley, for . driml!i;nness,.fi...

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The Wheat Market. RISE IN LONDON. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

The Wheat Market. RISE IN LONDON. Tho week's marlcot opouud distinctly ?finuev ii 'i Sydney. Suy.ral metropolitan . ?buyvrs offjr'ed 3/11 (Sydney) for choice - niitliag qu:v'.ity, but w.tl;out finding sull ers ??iiow.'i holders a?.i cd 3/5 (Sydney) and 3--:ne S/5A. Verv little prime wheat was offering. The salo in London of a cargo of Austrjilitin .wlic.it', now loading, 'at 33/i) por quarter, is equal. to 3/5 J per bushel f.o.b.j A ustriilian port, without pro fit to shippers or a. risu of 0t| pci' qi^rt^ in-ton d*y^.- ? . -? ! -.-? ? ?/_ ' ;'t5n^ ^stiVunto states \hx\. i\\ Eiveqn.^ alone. tl}ei« Wag ;-.j:i' pr cent, of the !)ary^t 'i'ljwiohaq by i-ajij?; '? _^_ ' :- -?'.;;, ' . MELBaitESK, Tuesday. .?-.TiieNw'hoat 'market : here is., firni »nd . valued ''-rising. The flour market opeaad ^4« Vregk with a rise of Cs jor too. ~.

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