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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Household Hints. Oatmeal is excellent for toilet pur poses. \ It softens water and cleanses the skin. When salt for table purposes be comes caked, . dry it thoroughly, crush finely, and add a pinch of ground arrowroot to it. To remove the taste of fish from knives and forks rub them' with earth for a minute or two, and the taste will quickly disappear. . Save sour milk in any quantity, large or small, for it is so useful for cakes. With sour milk use carbonate of soda instead of baking powder. ' When boiling a pudding in a cloth, don't forget to put a plate at the bottom of the saucepan to pre vent the bottom sticking to the pan. A dish of charcoal- should stand in the larder all. the year .round.. This will keep the meat sweet and fresh. Renew the charcoal from time to time. -?'? : To prevent cooking odours fill a tin cup with vinegar, and place it on the back of the stove. This will prevent the spread of cooking odours throughout the house. An old mackintosh can be used for variou...

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

HOW TO GROW TALL. It is said that no man 'by taking thought can add one cubit unto his stature . ' ' Apparently, however, .there are other ways of accomplish ing this desired result. Marion Har land, answering an inquirer, tells how stature may be added to, as follows: — 'When you rise in the morning, and. after the bath, rise upon your toes and stretch the tips of the fingers up toward the ceiling as far as they will go ; sweep your hands over front, touching tips of fingers and the flat of the palms to the floor, keeping the knees straight. Repeat these exercises three or four times daily, keeping them up for ten min utes at a time, standing on tiptoe with arms at full length as long as you can bear the strain.- Persevere and you will surely gain in stature. I know of a youth of 22 who grew two inches a year by doing this.'

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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MATTERS FEMININE. MODERN LOVE MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

liTTMS FEMININE, MODERN LOVE MAKING. The wise girl will take an interest in her lover's pursuits and encourage him to continue his. favourite sports. It is more than foolish to expect a man to give up everything just be cause he happens to be engaged. In deed, where this is insisted upon, the girl by and by will have to put up with a 'chimney corner husband,' and what can be more trying than the man who spends his evenings be hind a newspaper or dozing in an easy chair — the personification of boredom !

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

(Baston ESros, Disc Grinder.— - V ill shai-pen any kind of diso. — W, I Chambers, local agent, Lockharfc. -Advi.

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

'?'? NOTieE. p. w. 'McCarthy, SQLieiTOR.-^ r,.\T!': OF .1OHN WlLLIAMiOX AND r SONS, AND TSMl'LV. .COURT, SYDXKY. HAS ontmnanucd th.s practice of his prnfossion in LOCKilAKT, and may lie consulted at his' nlliuus, Mc JRACICKN'S liuildings, formerly occupied by the l.itu Mr. Sf. C. Ooin.ui.-;. liiirid Atrency Work Pei formed. Trust Funds to Lend npiii approved Heal or Personal Estate. Visit I£-!ee Crooi; evjry lirst Monday in each month, at Lawrence's liotjl. Homestead Seleclions Converted be fore the Cloud Bursts. THE 'LOCKHART REVIEW' AND OAKLANDS ADVERTISER; . TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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BROOKONG FARMERS' UNION AND THE RURAL WORKERS [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

BROOKONG FARMERS' UNION A .N D THE JUJ U Ab WO K £ K KS At their In^t meeting the mem bers of, the Brookon^ Farmer*' Union decided to tike steps to secure a full and representative attendance of the members at their next meet ing for the purpose of considering the cluirns nmdo by the Rural Work ers' Uni.iii. Tlierp -ai'e few whn will think that- ilii-i ii otherwi^o thiin ;v wire move. Jfivurywho.-o we g.i we hoar d/mp! lini.i fr-mi 4 ho fiiiiiur.-* thiit ilia diiiiiif.Kls of thij rurii! work ors nre ouir .geo.i-1, . They ft.-l that this tpiestim of farm 'a'ooui- is goinsr to hit them up seveivly. UnFoitun ately their ucihnn belie iheii- words. As a body they sue s- iii.l.iT.-rcnt on il question which ha* b.-cn brewing lor a.t least t ,vo yoirs I hat., it i.s only now at the elovcnl li 1 1 ? -n t- (hit thfry are bL'»inniug Io talk Io their neigh bours about it. I'h-.'v talk nisi to tlie land aiririit an'l to the commis sion agent, un 1 he, shrewd fellow, knowing 'vhrre the llocceis c...

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

Itinerant Iteins. Serg-.-mt and Mrs Gr;!Ii:i returned ' h),:ie fro.n ihei.- hoi days List week. ' Mi.s-i l,!ii;:-:i-. a f.i-in^ ivsldent, also vctiirnc 1 fit)-:i ih.; cii ?.-. 'I be M.U., I. ()().!?'. ().-.LM. inu-nd npiMiiug a ui'.w liil^reat line;. Creek. I'he nper-iiiguoremoiiy will take place on AVi-ilii^.lay, -2'.)ih inst. Otlicials from Wag^a ? a:i 1 Lock ha. t will »' at ten-.]. ^Mi's ^'.ikeley. formerly owner of I'-mii Piams station, has boen under - - medical treatment fora long time. At pvesent she is rjcuper iting for a 11:011th prior (() under-oiMg auothef ': opL-i-at.i-.jii. It, i.s tV.tird that she is a victim to cancel1. Mr Piefke, senr., m-t with an un- ''? ' forlunate accident on Saturday even ing. Thi-.-uu'li his pony shiJing he was thrown out. of tin; Kulkv '' Dr Hamilton, who at fen, led |:j!11?* f0UIUl I hat one of his rib. had been cracked. Mrs PIt-:!ve, s ??:::?.. .ioiininyed by train I ye3.,'v..l;iy to .icjioni, to visit sou:o of her 1 relatives. '-Irs Arthur...

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American Humour. An Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

American flnmonr. An Accident. 'What'rc ye ~omin' home with your milk-pail empty for?' demanded the farmer. 'Didn't the old cow give anything?' 'Yep' replied the boy; nine quarts and one kick.' — Metropol- itan Magazine. Musings of the Office Boy. The feller who don't sweat over his job aint workin'. Ain't it funny how ev'ry body wants to be around during the rush hour? Seems to me the trouble with most people who want to make money is that they want to make too much at one time. All through winter I had aspirations to be a fireman, but in summer I think I'd like to be a watchman in a cold-storage place. The Automobile Ward. The Secretary of the American Au tomobile Association was discussing at a dinner in Xew York the auto mobolist's well-known enthusiasm. 'A friend of mine,' be said, visited recently the automobile ward of a lun atic asylum. They have, you know, automobile wards now. It was a large airy room, and along the walls were ranged some two dozen cots ; but of the inmate...

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

? ?Wfcjc^ vVsgga Special KOSvE SALE: Tuesday, March 28, At l'oO Sharp. ' JCHAWFOtv... stock and fita ? tion A-^ent. \Va«irii VVaegH, wi'l b -'d « iSprcjil .v'h1 of Horses at the V,\i ip.i|Kii Y;irrl-, \» ATua W itaya. A g-i. (I lai-dintr ot j^iii'iuT'i's. Medium and Li^'ln lu-i-e.iM'xi) cud. Entries nc«? fes'r. j ETessived. Bjilok Team. TrfE nndot signed is prp fared to undertake enntt-acts fur timber liauliugor pul.i.i? down. ~K LTLTiKY, S v.uli Lookhart. LOCKHART A. & P. SOCIETY i THE undersigned will lie pWsed to rei-.pi.-e nil Outstanding MBmSssrs' Stssjserjp'iions with out further dtlay. li. 0. UK U 11 V 0X1). tSeerelary. URAEA ?.?. BOARD. . SUPPLY Or 17 GAUGE WIRI K£T7!.m ?fcTOTiVE U lioiiiijy srirpn Huit tills -^ JjonCcl cnu Mipply l^s-igtit !Bi-Ui. Rahlb Proof Wire Netting, «12 x lj, 17 gauge, on mil, Sydney* as under: — A Grade, £'2o/i ?'-/- per iniio, B Grade, &2i-/17/'.5 per mile. ? w J. WISH. Secretary. 'Ur.vin, l!/:i/'Ll A. C. 'CHANDLER^ ' LAND AGENT, WA...

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PHASES OF THE MOON. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

PHASES OF THE M00Nf i'jAi!(jir. d. b. m. New Moon .... 1 10 3.1 a.m. First Quarter ... 8 9 2. a.m. Fill I, Moon.. ... 15 9 o!) a.m. Last' Qna-rtor ... 20 10 20 am New Moon' ... 30 10 . 38 p.ni Perigee. ... 7 2 a.m. Apogee ... 21 H p.m.

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EASTER, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

EciSTEf?, ?3«. Good Friday. — -April 14 Easter Sunday.— April 16. - Easter Mo&dajv— April 17,

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

Shop at Hodgson's ' .yoitll buy 'most where you can buy best— ' . . \ - , shop at hodgson's. j ' ? - . - -?**{, : * DOES SAVING IKTEKEST YOU ? - ' ' - ~:.r' \ j s~r~ SHOP AT HODGSON'S. s -DOWN, DOWjSt, DOWN— WE KEEP THE PllICE DOWtf— ? SHOP AT HODGSON'S. ' . . - * ' NEVER BEEN ! P11A.Y, COME NOW ! ? ' \. SHOP AT HODGSON'S. SAVE THE SILVER SHILLINGS IN YOUR GOLDEN POUNDS ? ' SHOP AT HODGSON'S. .' - =^- 'SAME AS LAST, PLEASE!'— That is what you'll' ask for,' if you shop at' r Hodgson's To add still to the success of J, J. HODGSON, - . - . ?'.''.'?. A Free Insurance Palicy - l -J'$y-S--r:~\ y Against ACCIDENT, SICKNESS, and DEATH from' ^-;-fef^5ryr?S'i'p;:s4^t' ' '. Accident. I, therefore, now offer a DOUBLE BE NE- * ', l{\f^lJ^ffS^%^t . FIT to trade with me, viz., the Best Quality Goods ? ^ yrli^f-s/-'^' ^,'?'.'\ * a^ Lowest Prices, and a Eree Paid-up Policy Against ) '-'['* '' '^ r ' \ ' Accident and Sickness as per printed conditions attached to policy cntiti!. ^ the holder to £1 10...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

' Local and General, Mr McCarthy,' solicito'-, Loekliart, will vi-it Unuisi on Wednesday and Tliuisilay. St Ai.l:ri's (.'luireV of E iglanrl nnnu-il tt nvm- show will tnkc p'necon End ly -and 6,ia:diy, 28th and '29th Ani'il. Mr. It. O. D.'iimnionJ. secretary of the lipcl'Ii irt A ami V. Society, will hi plea.se.l to receive all outstanding meniljei'.s' .subscfiptions as soon as possible. Biaroh -- Tiii.i i.s the month to en mid and pni:ir up your bicycles. '{Black cn;ii!i-l L'l jicr (in. Jxotl, blue,, green, or oianjfo colors Is. Tyre piint. Is per tin. He.-.t (piality. — hfownge lye, .Sptclwell Depot, Lock liart. I;' Miss D.iy, danjrliter of Mr and Mrs ;' Day, J.P., of Wooillea, is at present ;?'?'?' on rt visit Ivirm3. Wo are pleased to be.ir that shu is trerria^ on well in her profe.-iiou and likes it very much. Mr Win. Wardrop, formerly of Lopkliart, and a son oj Mr and Mrs .?;?? R. W.ir.lr.ip, of Lockliart, is to be -^-i»ai'vi8d,,-Lo,i. Miss I..'n- Xillick, of ' Harden, some ti...

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Sales to Come. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Sales to Come. ??-.'?' 'Wednesday. .March 22, at Osborne,— :' ' W. Dav and It. S. Drurmnond '?/':.'?' : (iu con}.), slieep, cattle, hotves, -????' farm implements, etc. Tuesday, March 2S — J. Crawford, at' Municipal Yards, Wagga, special sale' of horses. Saturday. March 2j, at the yards, : Lockh irt.— D.iigety and Co. Ltd, sheep, csttllc- di.d hor.-es. Saturday, March 2-3, at their office, Green-.streL'l. Lockhart, Diilgciy . und Co. Ltd., will sell the grazing ' irights of I lie Lo^kharb Shov ?Ground — Racecourse. ? Saturday, Jlarch -o, at- the yaids Lockhart.— Younghusband, Row arc! Co. l\y. Ltd., sheep,. cattle, - and horses. ?.: Saturday, April ],ssf the yard.-, Lock ,''.-'?...' . ?' hart. W. D.iy (usual monthly i''..'. sale) of horses, cattle, aud sheep.

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THE CHINESE ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

THE CHINESE ENIGMA. To her death the notorious Chi nese Empress Tzu Hsi remained aH enigma to the world. It is very in teresting, therefore, to find much about her in 'China Under, the Empress Dowager.' The authors, Messrs. J. O. P. Bland and E. Backhouse, had access to the diary of a Manchu nobleman, kinsman of the Empress : JFrom the diary of Ching Shan we obtain an estimate of Tzu Hsi's /iharacter, formed by .one who had enjoyed for years contmual oppor tunities of studying her at close quarters — an estimate which ^aa, I and is, confirmed by the popular verdict, the common report of the tea-houses and market-places of the capital. Despite her swiftly -chang- ing and uncontrolled moods, her childish lack of moral sense, her unscrupulous love of power, her fierce passions and revenges, Tzu Hsi was no more the savage monster described by 'Wen Ching' than she was the benevolent fashion plate Liady ifountitul of tne Ameri can magazines. She was simply a woman of unusual courage and v...

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USEFUL HANDBAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

USEFUL HANDBAG. This may be made at home at a trifling cost. It is cut in three pieces — the front, back, and flap be ing all in one, and the two other pieces being used for the gussets. Materials required arc i yard of waterproof material (such as Am erican cloth), about 30m wide for the front, 6in for the bottom, loin for the back- and 6in for the top, thusfleaving 4m for the flap. The two gusset pieces must measure 10 in. by 6in. Mark off one end of the large piece at a distance of ioin. from the end on either side, then, round off corners and bind them with an edging of leather to form the top flap. Next edge one of the narrow ends of each gusset in same way to form top. Three buckles and loops must be sewn firmly to he front piece before sewing the three pieces together. To make the handle, take two pieces of lea ther 1 in wide and 14m long, and a piece of cord. Stitch cord be tween the leather strips. Cut off cord at ends and fasten neatly.

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ROBESPIERRE'S GAME OF CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

ROBESPIERRE'S GAME OF CHESS. One day Maximilian Robespierre entered the Cafe de la Regence to find it deserted except for the pre sence of a foppish-looking lad who offered himself as an adversary for the habitual game of chess which was the favoured recreation of the des pot's busy day. They seated them selves at a table, and the boy soon proved himself a master at the game. Robespierre, biting .his nails with annoyance — for he was a poor loser, and hated to be beaten — saw one piece after another disappear, until game after game . had been won by his adversary. Finally he rose to go, having lost the last cent in his pocket.' His companion, however, detained him. 'Come, citizen, the luck has been against vou. but I'll pive vou an other chance.' 'I've nothing left ; you've emptied my purse,' scowled Maximilian. .'What would you have me bet?' 'Surely what you deal in,' laughed the other. 'Will you wager me a head!'' The game began, and Robespierre lost again. The boy, flushed with e...

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

A PERSIAN PARTY. Mitt Ella C. Sykes, author of 'Persia and Its People,' was able, during a three years' stay in Persia, to observe the Court of the Shah (the recently-deposed Monarch) at close quarters. The scene was essen tially Oriental:. - The writer had the privilege of being present at a party given by one of the Royal favourites, and the richness of the ungraceful cos tumes and the profusion of the jewels that adorned the crowds of Court ladies who were invited, were a wonderful sight. All were inter ested in their European guests, fingering their furs, eyeing their clothes, and trying to engage them round relays of tea and sweet meats. Then the Shah came in, and the busy .hum of talk ceased entirely, every fair Persian preening herself, and doing her best, to catch £Ee monarch's eye as he strode across the room. However, he paid no atten tion to any of his ' countrywomen, but was eager to inspect the foreign ladies present, with whom he shook hands, and did his best to conver...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

Wise and Otherwise. Chumpleiph : 'Well, mv dear. I had mv life insured for a thousand pounds . to-day.' Mrs. Chumpleijfh: 'I'm glad you did, John. Now you won't have to be so careful about dodging street-cars and motors!' w ?» ? v m 'So vour wife always lets you have the last word in an argument.' 'Cer- tainly.' answered Mr. Meekton. 'It is necessary for me to have the last word in order to show that I agree with her perfectly.' Magistrate: 'You s;--- you are in nocent. How do you explain the fact that you were near the scene of the robbery with the stolen property in 'your bands?' Prisoner: '-That's what's puzzlin' me, too. ver worship.' ? ? ? ? ? 'Is vour husband up yet.' asked the early morning caller. 'I guess he is.' replied the stern-looking wo man. 'I'd like to sav a few words to him.' 'I'd like to sav more than a few. He hasn't come home yet.' e ? m a - Stranger (after an examination) : 'Well, doctor, what do you think? Have I the gout?' Great Physician: 'Hem! Er— what is yo...

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WHAT PRODUCES DEATH? [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 21 March 1911

WHAT PRODUCES DEATH? Someone says that few men die of age. Almost air persons die of dis appointment, mental or bodily toil, or accident. The passions kill men sometimes even suddenly. The common expression, 'choked with passion; has little exaggeration in it ;. for, even though not sudden ly fatal, strong passions shorten life. Strong-bodied men often die young— weak men live longer than the strong, for the strong use their own strength, and the weak have none to use. The latter take care of *^' ?»? — »!??*- t \~ J~i fc*~^» ?*! ~~ r^* n. . . -T. iT-\ - A -» ' mind and temper. The strong'-'S«c apt to break, or, like the candle, run ; the weak burn out. The inferior animals which live temperate lives have generally their prescribed term of years. The horse lives twenty-five years, the ox fifteen or twenty, the lion about- twenty, the hog ten or twelve,.! the rabbit eight, the guinea-pig six or seven. The numbers all bear proportion to the fime the animal takes to grow its full size.-...

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