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CLOTHES AND LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

CLOTHES AND LUCK. I If, when you are dressing you happen to put on any garment in side out, you must continue to wear it in its reversed position till the hour comes for putting it off — till you dress for dinner (my informants say. 'till you clean yourself'), or till you go to bed. In the. case of stockings this is especially important. Putting your garment on inside out will bring you a great store of good luck, and woe be to you if you at tempt to set it right, for in so do 'ing the luck will be changed and all the good undone. If_you do not yourself observe the mistake, if it is pointed out by someone else, then the luck will take a most amazing form; it will be rare indeed. . At the i same time it does no manner of good' '? ? --V- ?/_','?,? to put on any of your clothes wrong ly of set purpose — a proceeding sa vouring of greed and arrogance, in variably fraught with disaster. If a girl's petticoats are longer than her frock it is always a sure sign that her father's love for h...

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

CONTOUR AND COIFFURE. When choosing a new coiffure con sider well the shape of your face. Ask yourself what your imperfec tions are, and how you can best hide them. Beauty is to a large ex tent fitness, the general harmony of appearence, the tactful adjustment of fashion to personal needs. Re member this when altering the style of hairclressing affected. It is well to remember, too, that there are few imperfections of features that cannot be remedied by the hairdressing chosen. Take into consideration the shape of the chin. Is it square. An annrnvimafAlv annaro rmfli'rto coon ri ? OWVU full face, or the arrangement of the front Hair will mitigate this harsh ness of line. It will be wiser to keep it flat on the top of the head, and while allowing it to stand out 'at the sides, to avoid exaggeration. The arrangement should be freer and softer in proportion as the face is long and thin. Exaggerating the looseness emphasises hollow cheeks. If the chin is noticeably tapering and the chee...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Lockhart Coursing Club. SPORTS DECIDED ON. SOME DETAILS OF PROGRAMME ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Lockhart Coursing- Glub. . ? : 0 : ? :??? - SPORTS DECIDED' ON. . . S O.M K D E ' A I LS- 0 K PlIOGI.'AJiJIE -Adol'Ted.' Afc-.o meeting 'of ' the Lockhait Co'ursing Club committee at the Com-' inercial Hotel 011 /Monday even in f-, t'he su b-commii tee submitted a pro -gra mine of the sports meetin^-as pro posed at a ?pnevious'iTieetinff. ,??? 1 ? There w-ei:e present.at 'tiie'nieeting | IfeFsrs II. G. Cornell (president), G. I.;.G. Kurrle '(secretary), P. :;SnHiv'an, P. Cavauagh,'C. Wheat ley, J. Bourke, t M.'jSh.eeliy, J. Thorndyke, A. Fajvev, ? and Si K. Allen. .? .? ' ? The programme as subnijtfcd was d:scussed and considered a very good one It was then formerly adopted. The meeting discussed dates with ? he ultimate .choice of Wednesel.-iv May lU.h. ' The sports meeiing, it will be re meml.eved, is intended to form the i nucleus of a fund for fixing' np a new Phmpton. A new Piumpton means considerable expense and relying upon tin. past, good feeling of iho piiMic towards the Cl...

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

Sales to Come S.lfurdnv. \ p-i' 1 :if f.p v.|.,l f ?«.»- liarf, W D-n (usu-il tvonthly sale) of horses, cattle, and sheep,.

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DISTRICT NEWS. TOOTOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

- DISTRICT NEWS. j TOOTOOL. . A- meci mg v/as lie!;! at Tootool on .Wednesday. 22nd inst., when (ho . 'lcoxjol Fooi: I :ill Club was re-formed and officers elected. A baliinc^of £ 2 I.s (id was carried forward from hist' year and tlie sub scription fee was fixed at 3s. j fri. „ ? ? i ? ,i -me same colors are to do worn, with the exception that black nickers are to be worn instead of white. ' .... Following are tlie odice bearers Patrons, Messrs J. Bolger, H. H. Taylor, 'A. X. Hutchings and A. A. Ta3rlor: President, Mr J. Bolger; Vice-Presidents, Messrs J. Tutty sen, P. Conroy, 13. Ashcroft, S. Ssberry, Or. Snodgrass, A. Brown, Morgan, J. Thompson, P. Maloney and 1*\ - Teakle : fcJeeretai'v, Mi* T. Cashel ; Joint Treasurer's, Messrs T. Cashel and W. Bolger.

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CROSS ROADS. Bush Fire Brigade Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

CROSSROADS. Bush Fire Brigade Meeting. A Bush Fire Brigade meeting was Ltliii i iiuLyl, Cross Iioadfcs- on Saturday' night to complete the busi - ness of the year. The Brigade, thanks to the splendid season, were -i-?t called oa.t to any fires in the district during the hot weather., .TJie next meeting will not lake placo till UctvL-cr. -A fuller report says: — A general - iiieeiHitr of the Colliugiillie Bush Fire Brigade was held at the Cross Roads ? Hotel on March 18;- It'll.;- ???There were present. Messrs James * Morrow (Chairman), W: Morrow, A. - ]}? Macrae; l)t)n31aciao, T. McCarhy, - ? E. Myo't, Robt.,- Bourne, J. Myres, ?las. McGeachie. and J..H. Cameron (Secietary). ? The minutes of (ho previous meet ? ing ?were-' read- a nd con firmed. ? . : ? On (he motion of Messrs*. 'Ja?. Morrow aud JO. MyoLt.- accounts -to ' the-'- amount ot'-- £ L L .lO.s ? 3dv-.:Wer'ei. pa^pd foi p.n .unit. -'Y~ ' ' ' _After all accounts had -boeuCp'aidv ' - Uie Bripade'liafl- a: credit- bal.iiiice-:...

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Itinerant Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Itineran t items. ? ? ? ? :q: ? Mr and Mrs A. W. Aston returned from a visit to Victoria 011 Thursday last. Mr Aston reports that the Vic torian farmers produced a beautiful sample in their wheat cultivation last season. Another thing -which impressed Mr Aston was the diminished settle ment in the particular district (Tun gamah) which he visited. The Inspector-General of- Police has refused to station a police con stable at Boree Creek. Mr Kurrle, father of Mr G. G. Kurrle is at present on a visit to Lockhait. Mr O'Neill, a fine, hale Victorian gentleman, is at p esent oc a visit to -his sons, Messrs M. and P. O'Neill, who last year took up t.vo of th-3 Brookong closer settlement farms. Mr O'Neil, senr., I. as been very favorably impressed with this dis tt ict. Iu the unavoidable absence of' Mr auctioneered for Messrs Youngh us band, Row and Co. on Saturday last. . at Lockhart. Mi- Millthovpe, of Jerilderie, has arrived here with lib wife aud family. Mr Millthorpe will cntitimi9 far...

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The Dawn of Boree Creek. FINE BLOCK OF PREMISES. THE GOVERNMENT TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Cr^ek. :a:' 1 F.N3 BLOJK OF PREMISED. THE GOVERNMENT TOWN I If you want to know- how Boree Greek is prngi easing you must, go there and see. Reports are unreli able and this one, now being penned, may not be as reliable as its should be, but at any rate we have gone there and hive seen Proceeding from Lockhart 110 one. whether old inhabitant, new comer or visitor, can fail to be strucjc with the beautiful aspect of the countryside as seen from the train. On arrival at Boree Creek one alights not at a mere j sidijg but at a fully-fiedged country railway station. There i.s nothing of | the fledgeling about the accommola- i tion which the Railway Commis- J sinners have provided at Boree Creek, j There is a wide platform and there ! are .station building;, which Io:-k half- j finished ! The centre seems to have i been taken cut of them aud it occa- j sions a little surprise. Enquiry elicits j the information that the building has t to be partly pulled down to give the | t« M j | officia...

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Lockhart Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Lockhart Town Band. ? ? :o: ? Aineetincr i' rejrganise rhe Town Band -.v:u hell iu ?!i_* Sc'iool of Arts O-i Friday evening, when i !-.e.-e was a very 'fa 'r atroadance - ?- bandsmsn. Mr .1. Gilmour, a iruiVej of the old band, w.is vo:ed t j ih-.- cliair, and in explaining the ob ject of the meet ing sai. I that while he- w.13 ple.ised to S33 sacir a-\ attendance o i young fellows c a r to tike instruments and jlice the band on a substantial footirig, he would have liked to have sesn mo e 'jas'n ss men present. How ever, he was quite confident the busi ness men would gladly support a band, as it was* an institution which was required in any town. Twelve bandsmen handed in their names, also seven learners, making a total of 19 members — a very satis factory beginning. . The election of officers was then proceeded with, and resulted as fol lows : — President, Mr J. Gilnnur, J.P. : Vice-Presidents. Dr H . Talbot Hamilton and Mr J. J. Hodgson ; Committee, Messrs H. V,\ Nette. J. W . Dic...

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Richards' Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Richards' Entertainers. . — ? ? :o:— ? . The well-known and popular Rich ai-ds' Entertainers will appear at the School of Arts on Friday, Saturday and Monday evenings next. March 31, April 1 and 3. Since his last visit to Lockhart. 31 r Richards has 'completely re-organised his company. A.numbcr of well-known vaudeville -artists' from the leading theatres of hyilney ar.d Melbourne have been engaged, including Miss Gertie McLco'd, a dainty -Scotch scrio and dancer: Mr~\Yill Roliow. character comedian : Mr Harry Elect, baritone vocalist : Ah'ss Ruby. Thornton, pia nist. A special feature of the pro grammes to be submitted will be the introduction into Lockhart of the much discussed and now famous Harem Skirt costume. This costume .will be worm by Miss Gertie McLeod wl ei featuring the latest song suc cess, *' My Ilarem Skirt.' Amongst the pictures to be screened will be a film-^ showing the recent sensation - caused by the- Harem Skirt upon its .firs t appearance in Melbourne. Other p...

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YERONG CREEK. THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

YERONG CREEK. TIIE SPORTS. . ; The Yerong Creek spoi ts on Satur day were most successful. Agreeable weather was experienced and the large assemblage of 400 peis^ns peemed to thoroughly en|oy. them selves- '1 lie ofhcials were most courte ous a -id worked Willi a . vv 1 1 1 to make the sports a success. Following are the results of the day's- racing : — Boys' Race. — F. Coulsen i, C. Edg liill 2, W. Johnson 3. Mile Bicycle Race. — R. Damsohke 1, S- Castles 2, J. H. Thomas 3. - Time, oinin. 2t-.-;ec. Tune Handicap Trot, 2 miles. — First heat: S. Kelly's Miss \Y lggs 1. .Vv S. Kelly's bulhui 2 ; second heat: J. M'Mahou's Any light 1. J. Watts' ? m 2 -Final; S. Kellv's Miss Wiggs 1. i S Kellv'.s Sultan 2. J. M'MahonV | 4_iiylight o. Time. 4min. 20*ec. I Bicycle Jiaco, 2 miles — Ij. G | Piinlilett 1. «. C.-isJlM 2, it. D-uns- j chke 3, L. Palmer 4 Hunters' Contest, ovor 3 furlongs. . — II. Smyles' Crvamv (A. Mou'a j-n- ,i 1, R. King s Jt?iKvmirs (J. l-:-yant ) 2, Miss Smyles' Grey Boy (...

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Markets. SALE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Markets. ' 8.M.U R-Kl'OliT. Mr W. Day repoits holding his ,us:i:il'inont!ily slock i-ale o:i tliell.h instant, (here being yarded 11,000 fat and store sheep, -50 head of cattle, also several head of draught ar.d light horses. Light weight wethers made 10s, crossbred weauers 1.U Id, full-mouthed- eiVA in lamb, iioni /» /u to os ;.'u, lat cows lroiu £-1- os to £0, ste'jrs to £5, store cows £-!? 10s. ITe sold draughts for Me srs \V. and A. M'Geoch, \V. G. Goldsmitii. ,1. Marks, AVralsh, M'Don nell, W. Goldsmith, scur., P. Ten i- son and others, an entire clearauce being effected. And, in conjunction with R. S. Drummoud, 2 draught mares, with foal -, on account of YV. Smith. Esq.. Park Hill, at £85 and £6!) 10s, 2-year-old filly £48 — the above being record pi ices for the Lockhart yards. The same auctioneer reports selling privately 1 gelding on account Mi George Taylor, at £47 ; and on ac count W. Smith, E.sq,'l mare arid ?foal £75, 1 3-year-old filly £55; also. 800 mixed sheep for va...

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[?] SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

P.KOl'liliTld BaIiES, Mr H. Jl. SMVilHiun reports tlie following sales during the past i mouth : — On account T. A. Thomson, 400 acres to VVm. Patterson; 40 0 acres to W. S. Fraser, 410 acres to Donald S. Fraser, and 400 acres to Johir Ei Thomas ;, also,-.' in ,conjano i-tinn-with C. 'Wright Co , of Younsr, 7000 acres; beingithe''whole of Bal able:Estate, i in 's the vYouiig district, was sold on behalf; pf Mi 1..L. E. Bar ritt to the -following persons'in tho .areas' mentioned ::;r;Alf.^Dp wno\rv. 5.6'2 : acres i- Jesie Aston 573 acres, .vl'liomas llopwood, ,080 'acres, T.'fWcsfc- 500 acies, T.- Curl is 59,7 /icreo, A. Rogeis' ^5'y^acres,:.J'i:/.-['Alftter.'-'n87-incres,-,!.G.-:: Tiedeman obU. acres, Lr%: )Y tepri ng 400 acre-, S, 'Spring 500 acre*,' -Sirs 'J. -S pri ng, -2 00 ' acres^- k-k- Berry m an » _j310 acres, V.^ Wc^t 500 acres, H. Tiedem'an 5'50'ticiies: ' ' WoDOi'flA 'I lORSI?' S A 1,13, Campbell '^aud _fc'ons, of'ICiik'n ^Bazanr':«i\le]boiii:iie,''.in::;.-conjiinctioiK '...

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BIG THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

j , BIG THINGS. The tallest monument is the Washington obelisk, 555 feet high; but the largest .monolith is in Kar nak, Egypt, being 106 feet high. The highest chimney, measuring 474 feet, is in Glasgow. The largest aqueduct in use is the Croton. of New York, which is 38 miles long, but the longest ever built is in Peru, 360 miles in length. The deepeest coal mine is near Lambert, Belgium, 3500 feet deep ; the biggest' dock is at Cardiff, Wales; and the strongest electric light is at the Sydney lighthouse, Australia, while the largest light house is at Cape Henry, Va., being 165 feet high. The greatest bank is the Bank of England, in London ; the oldest col lege is University College, Oxford, founded in 1050 ; the largest library, the National in Paris, containing nearly 3,000,000 volumes. The largest theatre is the Paris Opera House, covering three acres ; the largest bronze statue, that of Peter the Great, in St. Petersburg, weighing 1100 tons. The biggest stone statue is in Japan...

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BRICK TONGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

BP.ICK TONGS. Tongs for carrying bricks are shown in the accompanying sketch. The length is adjustable to fit dif ferent sizes of bricks. When unload ing brick from cars into waggons, the tongs holding four or six bricks are handed to the driver, who is thus enabled to pile that number about as quickly as one brick. Th^ use of these tongs eliminates the old ' chain gang ' or hand to hand method and effects a large saving of time and labor.

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A BATTLE OF WITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

A BATTLE OF WITS. Rhodes's rivalry with that other powerful South African magnate, Barnato, and his ultimate victory, is characteristic of his genius. Here is how Sir Lewis Michell tells it -n Bis 'Life of Cecil John Rhodes' : — Barnato had the abilities neces sary for the struggle, and financial ly he was the stronger, but there was one chink in his armour. He had failed to secure the important inter ests of the Compagnie Francaisie in the Kimberley Mine, and without their co-operation his defences were incomplete. Rhodes grasped the position. On July 6th, 1887, he sailed from the Cape with a trwsted engineer, arranged in London for the requisite financial support, and then, visiting Paris, purchased the ontire assets of the French company for ^1,400, '000. This was a serious blow to his rival, whose only chance now was to induce shareholders to re fuse to confirm the bargain made by their board of directors. Rhodes consequently returned at once to Kimberley, and, after some desul ...

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A PAINFUL CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

A PAINFUL CONFIDENCE. I Commander Cushing, according to a story in his 'Life'\ by E. M. H. Edwards, found vast comfort in his mother's confidence. He had charge of the torpedo which, during the Civil War, delivered the Federal Navy from the terrifying Albemarle. He was a young man, only twenty one, when commissioned for this dangerous duty : While Cushing's model for the torpedo was being prepared, the boy ish officer went to h« home in west orn New York to see and tell his mother. That no one could overhear his secret, he took her to drive. 'Mother,' he said, 'I have un dertaken a great projoct. No one must know of it until is accom plished. but I must tell you, for T need your prayers.' He then related the details of the perilous undertaking. After the loving mother had heard the Btory there was a painful silence. Then she said : 'My son, I believe you will ac complish it, but you will never come out alive.' 'If r die it will be in a good cause,' was the reply. Cushing told a cous...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Wise and Otherwise. .§ Mrs. Bouncer: 'My sister is on speaking terms with all the best peo ple in the city.' Mrs. Juniper: 'Really! Is she a waitress?' * * ? * # 'What men think causes fully one third of all t-he trouble in the world.' 'Yes, and what women say causes the other two-thirds.' ? # ? # « 'I shall tell my daughter that if she persists in marrying Jones, I'll not leave her a cent.' 'It'll do more good to tell that to Jones.' ? # ? * # Restaurant Proprietor: 'We maka our own ice-cream, consequently we know just what it contains.' Patron: 'You do, but I don't.' ? * ? * ? | 'Sir, I heard you using the word, 'jackass.' Did you apply it to me?' ''No, sir; do you think you're the only jackass in the room ?' ? ? ? ? ? Mistress (to cook, as the debtcol lector goes) : 'That is my brother, Jessie:' Cook: 'Yes, I know. He was my last mistress' brother also?* ? ? ? ? » ' He: 'When you are in my arms I forget everything else.' She (recent ly engaged) : 'You won't forget the diamond rin...

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DUKES AND DOLLARS. A NICE LITTLE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

DUKES AND DOLLARS. ? ♦ ? A NICE LITTLE LIST. The 'New York World,' in an article headed 'The Drain of the Dowries,' seta down in detail the fortunes which the American brides of foreign husbands took out of the United States. The total sum in the years dealt with reached 208,000,000 dollars, or over £40,000,000. The British House of Lords was well represented in what they now affect to regard as a de: grading grovel for dollars, as the fol lowing list, brought up to date, shows : — Dowry, in dollars. Duke of Marlborough, married Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt, of New. York ? ? .. ?? 10,000,000 Eighth Duke of Marl- I borough, married Mrs. Lilian Hammersley, of New York ? 3,000,000 Duke of Roxburghe, married Miss Goelet, of New York ? 10,000,000 Eighth Duke of Manches ter, married Miss Yznaga, of New York 1,000,000 Earl of Strafford, mar ried Mrs. Colgate, U.S. A ? 1,000,000 Earl of Donoughmore, married Miss Grace, of New York ? ? ? 600,000 Lord Curzon, married Miss Leiter, of Chica go ? 5,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 28 March 1911

Want erf care does more damage than want of knowledge. Gain may be temporary and un certain, but ever while you live ex pense is constant and certain; and it is easier to build two chimneys than to keep one in fuel. — Franklin.

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