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THE HYGIENIC HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

THE HYGIENIC HOUSE. The fowlhouses with fronts of wire-netting and fitted with a drop or sliding shutter is gradually find ing favour with the majority of poul- ' try-keepers, and the' step is in the right direction. It has taken the place of the small hut with a small hole for the fowls, and its small window. Fresh air and plenty of light are essential for the welfare of fkio cfnpb- wirorv in winfpp TliP nfl- ; ded benefit of the open-front house is that it can be used as laying. and roosting-house and scratching-shed combined. For preference each house should have some kind of shelter attached to it. But where space- is at a premium or funds are low the combined type of house will do well enough as a make-shift. Fowls can be kept very fit in such places, but much more labor is in volved. The combined house must have a droppings board under the perches, and the Board must be cleaned each /morning to keep the atmosphere 'sweet.' It should then be sanded or sprinkled with earth or he...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIVE THEM A CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

GIVE THEM A CHANCE. When birds have once been pro perly mated they should not be -sep- arate again if it can be avoided, as this frequently leads to unforseen disappointment.^ A cock separated from the hens he has been mated with and put to others after an in terval not infrequently turns sulky and thrashes them severely, instead of , giving them proper attention. For this reason it never answers well to make a practice of exhibit ing stock birds during the breed ing season. This course of proce dure is very common among the many who care more for prizes than it does riot result in entire sterility it al most invariably involves a weakly progeny. Once carefully mated, let the brood stock remain quietly in the runs till the season is over, when the chickens will probably do credit to their parents.

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 — 28 March 1911

Barked You? Shins? Well, try Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Lini ment ; it will take away all the pain and stifl.'ieas, aud you will forget all about it. Pr.;ce, 1/d and ;-/. Obtainable at J. Hodg son's'; Merchant, Lockhart and Milbrulong; S. George, Chemist, Lockhart.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOD FOR MOULTING BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

^ FOOD FOR MOULTING BIRDS, The best food for hens when moulting is mash made up of equal parts of ground oats, corn meal, and bran, with about 10 per cent, of lin seed meal mixed - with the mash. Moisten either with boiling water or milk, and feed to the hens once a day— not sparing quantity. To ob viate the disturbance of the bowels of the bird which frequently accom 4 panies the giving of linseed meal, give gradually a little more each day until the .specified quantity has been reached. - Old fowls, those poor -in flesh, and very fat hens, are the most difficult to get through the moult. Hens in prime laying con dition seem to moult and renew their plumage the best of all the Hock. Hens that are over-fat should be separated from the rest of the flock, and fed but little for a week or ten days. That which is fed should be nothing more than oats and wheat; no fattening food .shoula be fed until the feathers be gin to drop from their bodies.

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 — 28 March 1911

Closer Settlement Promo tion Act, 1910. The Lands Department advises that a couimunioatiou was recently received staling that there is a rumor cuneut in a country district that it is not the intention of the Minister to allow persons to. avail themselves of tho provisions of the Act irrespec tive ot' all conditions asiced for being conformed to, that no* applications will oe clealt wit Ji, axel that t.ho Act ?would be treated as a ' dead letter.' As ' a result' 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 i xjedition. (c) That there is every indication that tho provisions of the Act will be largely availod ' of when they become better known. (d) That apprqYal was given only a few days ago to expenditure in an extensive scheme for...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NECESSITY FOR GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

THE NECESSITY FOR GRIT. I A fowl kept without grit is misery: much the same position as a man without teeth, and indigestion is in evitable. Furthermore! indigestion is one of the primary causes of liver disease in poultry. 'It is ob vious, too, that if the food swal lowed by a fowl is not properly dig ested. a proportion of the eggform ' . ing constituents contained therein ' will be wasted; it follows, there fore, that a supply of good hard grit is conducive to increased- egg pro duction.. Sand is useless as a sub stitute; it is neither large 'enough nor hard enough. The proper-sized grit for a full-grown fowl is about the size of a pea, and angular and sharp as possible.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Rainfall. NEARLY 20 INCHES FOR 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

. The Rainfall, NEARLY 20 INCHES FOR. 1010. The rainfall for the year 1910 reached 20 inches, all but 9 points, the exaflt total being 1991. Haiu fell on 80 (lays of the year, Last year the rainfall totalled IS inches i5 points. The details are appended : , ? 1908. 1909. 1910. .January ... 75 79 293 February „. 27 79 5 MaroU - ... 19- ? 81 109 April ... .... Ill- 121' o May ? 107 . 102 58 June ... 308 28G 308 July ,9-1* 8.^ 011 Auy.ust ... 100 294 63 Sppiember ... 242' 106 254 Cc o.b ;r ...124; 105 220 November .... — 24 1.J6 December ... 3$ 20 13G

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOOK OUT FOR FEATHER PLUCKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

LOOK OUT FOR FEATHER PLUCKERS. When -fattening for market, es pecially durjng the- first few days in the coop, a careful look-out v : should be kept for any signs of feather plucking — a habit which, in addition to being fatal to the com fort of the birds, is also greatly detrimental to the final appearance. A coop full of neglected feather p'uekers will be found to contain at least 'some birds whose backs are ~ almost bare of feathers and either raw or covered with scabs. . The: consequent damage to the appear ance of . the fowls must inevitably depreciate the value — if they are not too bad to be sent to market . at all.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Eflopli Wyotit, sp 1 '10-.14, 2 aoros D, If. Bland, sp 1, '10-17, 2 acrcs | Appl:cation under Section 3, C.L. Act, I 1908. I |' E. fi. Terlii'h. c p '1O-10, Urana, G52a | James Kelly, c p '10-70, 412Aa P. 1). Lonsdale, c p '10-102, 412Ja Appraisement ot Value o. Resumed Road. G F. Eutcbiugs4 Poi'tlou-1 and, 31, Yeronjt ' - ?\ ♦

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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The Poultry Run. POINTS FOR THE PEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

The Poultry Run. POINTS FOR THE PEN. Do not allow young stock under five months to perch at all. The transmission of desirable qualities can be done by choosing those specimens, that are most per feet. ' Keeping young stock indoors, as some- people advise, makes them weakly. Confining them indoors, even in a barn or stable, appears to produce cramp and weakness of the legs. White fowls, and all those of a light colour, should be washed be fore being dispatched to a show. All birds, whether they are light or dark, look better, and, there is no doubt, feel all the better for the bath. Care must be taken that they are thoroughly dried before be ing sent.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REFERENDUM. ISSUES EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

THE REFERENDUM. ISSUES EXPLAINED. The Federal Keferendunis are to be taken on April 20. The ballot papers will uot attempt to explain anything. It will be a plain case of — (1) Do you approve of the pro posed law for the alteration of the j Consl itntion. entihlnd nrmsHhifinnnl Alteration ^(Legislative Powers), 1910.' ...... ? v '-.v.;.- Gjonstitlition, entitled ' Constitutional Alteration (Monopolies), 1910.' ' Jn.each caso the voter mast put a cross against either ' Yes' or '? No,' according as he or she wishes to s-otn. To assist the public there will be published in eacli polling booth a statement of the proposed laws, set ting forth the terms and indicating j the alteration in the Constitution Act which will result if they are carried. Apart from the foregoing, as soon as tlie writ is issued similar state ments will be placed at all the post oflices. publiis schools, and other pub lio buildiugs throughout the State. The public will 'thus have a chauce of studying t he proposals...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARTS ON COWS' TEATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

WARTS ON COWS' TEATS. These are a great discomfort to the cow, and a hateful inconveni ence to -the milker. There is no ac counting for their origin, as they appear without cause, and preventa ' tive measures cannot well be adopt ed, as no one ever knows when they may appear. Stopping their pro gress, however, is another matter-, and as soon as any warty eruption is noticed insist on its removal. If this was done constantly,, as it might easily be, the cow would be saved from much distress, and the milker's progress would be less im / wi^ -warts 4jr&-neg- ? lected and allowed to develop 'into actual obstacles, it is futile to at tempt their removal till the cow be comes dry, then efforts should be made to clear them off, and have all mended before the cow calves again. Indeed, the removal of all warts is so much easier done when cows are dry that I am always dis posed to defer dealing with them till this time, when the teats are at rest, and there is no milk to be polluted. ...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

— ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? s The Hive of Local Industry. -J.-' 'Qilnrthiife:.— ^ ^?Hi« old Butcher and B^ker The First Butcher's and -Baker's shop at Lockhart. Prime Meat Supplied-. Sausages and all Small Goods a Speciality Our Plain and Fancy Bread is unsurpassed. All orders Punctually attended to. Telephone Ko. 10, Lockhart. 3 DOORS FROM J. W. DICKSON'S - (SUCCESSOR TO Mr? ¥7. JFNNI83S) ^ Baker 8t ©ash Grocer. We are First=Ciass Bakers and Caterers. Our bread is an Ideal Sustainer of Lil'' during the hot weather and the strain of Harvest Time A Big Variety of Provisions & Fresh Tinned Foods. We solicit .your patron a i1'0 -md a good word amongst your friends We have the Material, ^ The Workmanship and the Variety to commend the attention of all requir ing Saddlery of any kind. ? ;0: ? : ? First=class Harness Preserves and Dressings. Large ..and Small Orders Equally Well Attended to E. SALES, Saddler LOCKHART S0DH FOUNTAIN ' ' Is the only p!ace in Lockhart Where you can get co!d spa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

New i BOREE! ^^^llusiness. To the Residents of ' _ Boree Creek District. Stan. Williamson ^ ' lias pleasure in informing the public th*t he ? lias opened a newsagenoy. Faucy Goods Store, Tobacconist Shop, liairdressing Saloon, Billiard Boom, Etc., at Boree. Creek. All who desire to advance the interests of the distriot are asked to give hiui their euppoife. No need to order your. - ^ japers j- j se wji ejcfc_ iog^hator^JS vwy - - « 'thi^gl^Gciod. Arid whufc- we haveu t't^got we can get. New ICREEKi Business. PLOW There is 110 harm in felling you, - ' * . . 1 Mr. Farmer, that ^ : ( H. DAVIES, Goachinulder, Etc. Has made a purchase of Plowshares, jk- -which enables him to defy the com * ' petition, xof all local agents, and by . ? ?- ' ? * , - ' ' calling at his works you can rpfy. *? . . _ upon getting the best, and., the ? ? ' cheapest Plowshares in the market. , ; . --- — Remember, too, that- he is. the ^ ' - ? :s local Agent for the l&unonir Clyde- . ^ V' *. '„v 11' ' Whit...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Agricultural and Pastoral Shows. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

! Agricultural and Pastoral ,Sho\vs. i ? i MARCH. I (The secretary's naiuo is attached to each fixture.) 2], 22, 23 and-24. — Annidnlo; A. McArthur 23, 24 and 25. — Newcastle (Annual A. H. and 1. Show) ; C. \V. Donnelly 28 and 20. — Blayney j. E. J. Dann 29 and 30. — Coonabarabtan ; G. W. B. McEwen 29 and 30.— Liverpool ; William Learoyd 29 and 30. — Yass; Will Thompson APRIL. ?5 and 6. — Cooma ; C. J. Vvralmsley 12 ^and 13.-^Qt^^jjeyan ; E. Hinckeman ' 'iykri A.'M.-Newsli'ain 26, 27 and 1 28,-^-Quean8land ; P. and JA? Society (Ip^ioh)i'G. -V. Allen ' / ' ' MAY. ' 2, 3 and -1. — Toowoomba (Q.) ; A. H. T Beebo 3, 4 and 5. — Orange ; W. Tanner 4, 5 and 0— Ilawkesbury District; H. J. Johnston 9, 10 and 11, — JJo:ce ; D, E. Kirkby 10 and 11, — Dubbo; Fred. \Veston 31st and June 1st. — Bourkej Geo. W, Tull JU.VE. 22, 2:1 and 24. — Eockhamptou (Q.) ; H, lliil 28th, 29th, 30th June and 1st July. — N.S. \V. SI ee;jbreedero' Show; llule 2\r. Bowden JULY. 11 and 12. — Hay ; G. S. Camden AUGUS...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Wagga Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Wagga Land Board. , A sitting of the Local Liuul Board for tho Jaiid district of Waj^gu AVaggn will be commenced in tho court-liouso at Waggn on the 1 ith M:irch, 1 J) 1-1 , at 10 o'clock, when the following cases will be con sidered : — Applications under Section 3, C.L, Act, 1008. . . ' \ Margaret Ilolden, c p 1910/14, 352 acres. , Win.' Kohlh-.igcu. c p '10/40, 4S2a. Eichavd. Darlier, c p '10/(59, 320a. Q. M. Siiodgras;, c p 'I'.i/rG , S20a. J. J. .Quinn. c p '10/77j 520.1. H3!U-y Withers, juur., c p, '10/78. C89a Nat\V\'Wbod,.o-^:H^/frJ^]oOa - A. L. O. West :'roa^f, c p .V*' 18; CflOia Thoin a 3' lly kti/tf p1 ' 10/8 !-, L A. J. Corriu, 0 p 'i.0/0a, \ A, J. Corrin, c p *10/04, 345a Tbomas' O'Brien, c p '10/05, 5 00. 'fa Jamca S, Kirkwood, c p '10/-J6, John Broadribb, c p '10/100, 9(!0Jn Michael Curtis, c p '10/10 3, 7K-.1 iidivard Kjiine, c p '10/ J uU. 1153a Patrick O'llrien, c p '10/107, 520a CluiH.topiHU' i'orge, e p 'lo/lOli, 8 )0a Chriatophcr Forgo, c^) '10/110, 8-lOu Jiuno...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

The Farmer. No class of cattle in America of late years has grown so much in . demand as the dual-purpose kind. The time is ripe for the dual-purpose cow. The general farmer wants - her. The leading live stock jour nals praise her, and say she is the good kind. She must be quick to fatten when dry, and fill the pail when in milk. She should have quality, scale, style, and character, strong constitution, quiet and __ gentle, and her name is Shorthorn.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Special Notice. OUR COOLING SAFES, \\T HIGH have met with a Popular ™ * Demand in this District will now be procurable only Prom the Manufacturers, Geale Bros. BAYLIS STREET, WAGGA. All Orders Promptly' Attended to at a Reduced Rate. W P M'Lean, HAIRDRESSER, ETC., Green-street, Lockhart. Splendid Billiard-table always ready. WAGGA GRAMMAR SGH00L G. E. CLARK, B.A. ; MBS. G. E. CLARK, B.A. MISSES L. WINDRIDGE and 1. V. GORMLY. BOARDERS, DAY PUPILS - - - EVENING STUDENTS. All' Subjects tor University/ Bank, Public Service or Business. NAUJiTON'S NEW NOTATION. Full Piano Tuition in Eight Lessons. No one now needs nerve-racking scales and exer cises. No sharps or flats. Complete course, One Month. Certificated Teacher for Wagga f Miss Isabel Claek, Grammar School. CHAS. LIPSC0MBE, of Greenvale, WISHES to inform the public ? that lie has recently pur chased Mr. T. H. Davis's Up-to-date Saw-milling Plant, and is prepared to execute all orders for Timber and Building Material. All Sizes and...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Union Sunday School Picnic. A DAY WITH THE CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Union Sunday School Picnic. A DAY WITH THE CHILDREN 1 A really enjoyable outing took place on the local picnic ground on Wednesday last, the occasion being the annual re-union of the Sunday School. Mis Lay and- Miss Smith iirst:, assisted by Mesdames Kendall, Foreman, Day, McPhillip, Byrne and Henningson, with Misses V. Benson aid Rial, formed a very energetic committee, and the results ol: their efforts provided- a very happy time for the cliildx-en. The Rev. .J. J. Jennings, assi.-tea by Messrs Kendall, Foreman, F. P. Richardson and McPhillip, conducted a series of races for the children. The different events were too nume rous to detail, for nearly every child seemed to have won some event and was particularly happy in conse quence. At the conclusion the Rev. Mr Jennings addressed the children and gave them some -sound practical ad \loaerc TT .1 'Pnronifl.Tl ftTlfl Kendall spoke on behalf of the parents and cheers were then given ^ teachers and 'for ? The singing of the National ...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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ROCK NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

ROCK NEWS. Railway Commissioners visit The Rock on Thursday next. ? * ' -* * Railway men have been getting their houses in order. * * . * The Editor of the Mercury says a gatekeeper should be appointed at Bon Accord. * 3# * If you agree with him, will you get someone to do something. A p'rominent outside auctioneer said the other day : ' The Rock is going to be one of the best centres about.' -- # # Union Sunday School picnic on Wednesday was a great success. * # # Mr Farmer is busy ploughing. % V 't? The implement makers' strike is no good to him. Many disappointed at non-arrival of implements ordered. * * * Milbrulong Race Club programme appears in to-day's issue. ^ «fr And a good little program m-j it is. Mr Deakin spoke in Wagga last night. He is a line speaker. * # * Progress Association for The Rock is being incubated gradually. ^ # In anticipation ' Nigger ' writes: — It's a-coming — so it is, It's a-coming — not amiss ; We will greet it — when it comes, Wish it workers— and ...

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