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Cookery. Rolled Steak. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 18 April 1911
Cookery. : ? ? ♦ ? ' Rolled Steak. Ingredierus : One and a half pounds tender beefsteak cut thin, one onion, breadcrumbs, salt and pepper. Meth od : Lay steak on chopping-board and beat well, spread with finely-minced onion, breadcrumbs, pepper and salt. Roll, tie round with string-, put in a deep piedish ; pour over a cup of boil ing- water, cover with another dish; bake in moderate oven one hour. Just before serving remove cover, baste and brown. Cocoanut Biscuits. Ingredients : Six ounces flour, three ounces each caster sugar, butter, des iccated cocoanut, teaspoonful baking powder, one egg. Method : Rub butter into flour, add sugar, cocoanut and baking-powder. Beat up egg, and add with a very little milk or water to make a stiff mixture. Turn on to a floured board, roll into little balls, or fingers, svith the hands ; roll in caster sugar, put upon a bak ing sheet lined with paper. Bake fifteen minutes, or until a nice golden . color. Banana Blanc Mange. Required : One quart of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
Demrivne^t of Publio Works. Sydney, 12th April, 1911. ATTENTION is directed to Gazette ' Notice, inviting TENDERS for ERECTION of STATION BUILDINGS, SECOND SECTION, LOCKHA&T to CLEAR HILLS RAILWAY., .Tenders will be received up to 2GtjrJune, 191V 6b-21 AUTHU R GBJFOTH, Wanted. '1*7 ANTED Resectable Lad to ' * learn thp trade. - M. J. SIfEEHY, , . HurdreEser* Lockhut.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
New Dress Materials - V' l- in 'all the Latest Cloths. 1 FOR THE % ' -:V\~ - - - ' ' r - ' / i 1 '' /, ,v- ? - ^ ' - ' 'r ' - ' ' . ' v _ - - - ? Hobble or Harem ♦ Skirts. The largest purchase of Dress Goods ever made by us, Our Agents in . 7 ? - London (through the Englieh Winter being 'so mild) were able to buy Materials at from 25 per cent, to 33 l-3rd per cent, off usual prices. , NEW BLOUSE CLOTHS, Latest productions for Season 1911. Flannelettes in Pink, Cre&oij Greys, Fawns, and all the new shades. Calico and Sheetings in all range of prices. BLANKETS (White) 8pecial Line, Double Bed Size. Blankets Blue, Greys, Red, all _ sizes. Travelling Rugs, a large assortment to select from. Millinery in all lines, right up«to-date for autnmn season. New (Shapes and New Trimmings to puit. A New Collection of Patterns for Men's J ailor Measure Suits. 2000 patterns to to choose from. Suits, Tailor-Made, Your own Measure, -10/. 47/b. 55/, 60s. 1 I 1 1 -1 ! ? . I , , , -?— — - ' To a...
Boy's Perilous Predicament. HEAD PINNED TO THE GROUND FOR AN HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
Boy's Perilous Predica ment. HEAD PINNED TO THE GROUND FOJi AN HOUR. A boy, aged nine years, the son of Mr Frank Wingate, farmer, Jfar andera road, got into a perilous pre dicament the other day. , Last- Thurs day .when he was riding in a heavy dray he had the bad luck to fall off. The horses were immediately pulled up, but it was found that' the lads head was pinned underneath. To get him out levers had to be used to lift the dray and, owing to the lad's risky position, the work had to be undertaken with the utmost caution. Before he was released an hour had elapsed and it was really a miracle that he was alive -at all. With his head frightfully bruised, he was brought into Dr Hamilton's hospital, and the doctor has every hope that the lad will slowly make a complete recovery.
Public Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
Public Opinion. ' Federalist ' asks us to reproduoe the first part af his letter which, by a typographical error misrepresented his views, The letter 'should have read j » * '' When speaking egainst the Re ferenda in the School of Arts, Look hart. Mr Ball, member for Corowa complained of the topsy turvy sort of way the questions requiring an answer, from the people, were being placed before them. The Federal Liberal Party at the last Federal elec tion required the electors to vote Yea or No on one ballot paper, which provided for the elimination of section 87, and sub stituting another theyefoy, the term ination of sections and 94, the in sertion of a vew section to piovide for the return of 25s per bead to the States, the insertion of a new section to provide for the payment of a special amount to Western, Australia for 25 years, and the alteration of sectittn 105 regarding the payment of in terest on the State debts. Here were seven alterations affecting six sections of the Consti...
CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
CONUNDRUMS. ; Why is -Arry taking out 'Arriet on a' Boxing Day like a poor, chess player? — Because his 'pieces' are soon gone. . What .is the difference between a tunnel and an.' ear-trumpet ?— One is hollowed out aluf the other is hol loaed in: ' Why is a woman deformed when she is -friending her stockings ?— Be- cause her. hands are-where her feet should be. Why is a horse an anomaly in the hunting-field ? — Because the better tempered he is the easier he takes a fence (offence). Why are old potatoes; and corn lit- cortain sinners of old ?— Be- cause, having eyes they see not, and ears they heaiv not.
For Young Folks. THE MAGIC CAULDRON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
For Young Folks. ? ? ? — ?' THE MAGIC CAULDRON. Denny was a very bright boy. Everybody said so. He was a gene ral favourite, and all his uncles anti aunts and lots of other people as well'gave him pennies very frequent ? ly. And as soon as ever he got a v penny he ran to spend it: His mo ther bought him a savings-box, and ^ : his' ? grandmamma gave him a little . lecture about wasting pennies every time she carte on a visit. But it was all no use. Denny could not save his money. One day Uncle Frank came. He handed Denny a coin as usual. - ''That's a queer penny,' he said. 'It may burn a hole in your pocket, . Denny. If it does, look out for The j Black Giant.' ; 'The Black Giant! I've never I ... - heard of him, Uncle.' . 'Haven't you? Then, as it is : raining, suppose we sit by the fire, . and IU1 tell you about him.' . It did not take them a minute to find comfortable seats. And then - Uncle Frank began. . 'It must have happened years and - years ago — -I can't say how many,. Anyh...
Neglected Vision. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
Neglected Yisinu. Mi ..si peopie — you included, per haps a:e exneme'y ne^Iiiront in regard To their eves, and verv cul tvihly so in rp.gai-d to t heir children's. riii-5 ;?- because the public srenerallv have no idea of the number aud rni'iolv n? ovn it is only necessary to pick out a pair of £rla«se- that apparently suit, only to find later that thev prove mo-,t in juruiun and c us-1 pc-rmanein injnrv. The name and reputation of the firm ?if Ernest Bosch. F.S.M (\. Consult ing Optician, of Martin Place. Syr], nev. who has visited this district for some years. i.s snflicient guarantee that yon will receive the h-st eve service obtainable. Dale of bis ex oei ts next visit : Mondav. A[.iv 22nd, 12 to ti p.m.; Tuesday. Mav 2:-rd, 9 a m. to 2 p.m., at the Lockhart Hotel,
FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
rooTiiA i,l clt.'!:. Lockiiart f'-oibaMers held a trood meeting at Kurrle':, Commercial' Hotel on Satnrdav evenir.L'. roe!ec ted Mr Geo. C-»nnlI.;»n.l Mr G. G. Kurrle, seerorary and Treasnrer. Cmimittee: Messrs T. Mansell. ,7. Toohey. W. Lfeliman. A. Gilman, J. Doherry, F. West blade and D. Davis. Match Committee : Messrs A. Mont eonierv ar.d W. Lehman ; Delegates ; the President and Secretary. It was hoped that Miibrtihiui^, Xapiei, Boree and L rana clubs would join an association. The delegates were in structed to try and have matches played on Wednesdays. Membership fee fixed at lis -Jd.
VISIT OF BISHOP ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
VIST' --V iilSFIOP ANDEKSON. The lii-ht Rev. Dr. Anderson, Bishop of Fiiverinn. arrive] bv motor car from tlie Rock on Saturday. On Snndav morr.i'17 1m conducted a con firmation service in Sr. Aidan's Church, when some t-venty candi dates were pre'^nr. lnc.lu'iinsr two or ] three adults. Tn the aftennon i!is 1 Lordship pr--acl:cd to a larre con irrpgation in tiie store !.indiv l»-nt by Messrs Jsenstadt H-o-. On Sunday evening' here was a crowded congrc g;.t 0:1 at St Aidan's, when the ? Bishop ayaiu preached. Hefore leaving Lockhart, His Lordship vis ited Brookong.
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
MHTHOMsiT t'UUI.VH. The Rev. II. II. Alien will conduct » Yonnir People's Service in the Methodi.-! rhtireh on Sunday evening next at 7. wlien the subject of his addr.--s will be ' Heading.' Mr Allen is at present residing at Mr W. l.'n 1 /- *? '' O lUMUClltt., nv.^uuiJtv, and next v.eek(will take up his per manent residence at Claremont,' Loc-kharl, which some of his friends, whoa:o coming here to live, have ' rented off Mr W. G. Goldsmith. T-V ED ill S G . In Sr. AMhti's Church of England this (T ues lay) morning, a popular : local weddinsr was celebrated by the i Vicar, the Rev. H. II. Crigan. The contracting parties were Mr. Kichard : \Y. Dev.sen. en^inesr of Givenvale, '? and ^Miss Liz/it* Oilman, daughter of : Mr and Mrs Ja«. Gilman. After the ceremonv a weddi'itr lire-ikfast was served at the home of tie bride's parents and subseqaen'ly the happy ieft for .Mimrv en loute t'r.r Mel loirne. A11 extended report o? the event will appear in our next issue.
BANK CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
i;a-:k 'JHangEs. V, v w. H. I!i :»adbeiit, from War.1 . irararta. snn of the Corow.i managfi of the l-ai:k of N'l-vv South Wales, succerds Mr S. R. Kennedy, who has i retired from the Service or the Bank i to join his i'amilv in pastoral pursuits in Qneensb'nd. IJ.e has bci-n pre sented by the players of tne^Linden Court with- a nionien;' at the mana ge! 's residence la=: evening. Mr. Kennedy also received a presentation from the customer-. »nd frif-nds of the Jiank at- the '.'on;!in.-r:.-ial ilote'.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND FIXTURES 1st Sunday in the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
C.TI (JRCH OF ENGLAND .FIXTURES 1st Sunday in the Month. Lockhart and Pleasant View School, 11 a.m. - .? ' ' ' - ! - ? Boree Creek Town and SIcrriton's 3 p.m., I Lockhart and Brookong, 7.30, i '2nd Sunday LookhartandMittagonglla.nl., Osborne and Milbrulong 3 p,m, Lockhart 7.30 p.m. -. - 3rd Sunday. . : Lockhart 8 a.m., Boree Union Church 3 p.m., Lockhart 7.30. p.m. 4th Sunday. ~ .Lockhart 11 a.m., and Pleasant View School. — Osborne and Galore 3 p.m., Lockhart 7.30 p.m. ; ? 6t;li Sunday (when occurring.) Osborne and Boree Union Churchll a.m. Boree -~!reek Town 3 p.m. ** Lockhart,. 7.30 p.m.
COURSING CLUB SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
CO U USING CLL-'I! SI'-jRTS. Eveiy effort- is being made by the promoters of the Lockhart Coursing Club ports to imke the event a suc cess. Our readers a- e asked to make the event a* '.vilely known as pis ; «ible. Mr Kurr'e, 'he secretary t «5 -?) v.r.c tp.it tnc entries for tins 5':s!:ieU ;;nJ 5-jme other rr-ees will c'io'c or: tYriny next, Particn'ari? wii! be found in e.li? ad» vcrtisemc T:t. Tiieie will be a con ceit and dancc in the evening.
GERMAN EVANGELICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH Milbrulong Parish. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
? Jeejian EvanqrijIcan Lutheran Church Milbrulontr Parish. 1st Sunday— 10 a.m., Heading Service ; 3 p.m., Sunday School and Y.W.O.A. 2nd iunday — 10 a.*rr, Sermon ; 3 jj.in., Sunda School and Y.JI.C.A. Srd Sunday — 10 a.m., Heading Serv.ce. 4th Sunday — 10 a.in., Sermon j 3 p.m , Sunday School and Y.H.C.A. oth Sunday — 10 a.m., Reading Service ; 3 p.m., Sunday School and Y.W.C.A. German School will commence on the 14th February, Thursday and Saturday as usual. Rev. Ernst. Gutekunst. ,
The Rainfall. NEARLY 20 INCHES FOR 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 2 May 1911
The Rainfall. [?] - I tie ; rainrau ior ' t r\6' ,j-ear-.= i ^i-rr reacbed 20 inches, all but 9 points, the exact total being 1991. Rain fell on 80 days of the year. Last year cbe l'ainfall totalled 15. inches 45 points. T-he.details are appended : 1908, 1909. 1910. January ... 75 79 , 293 February ... 27 '79 5 March *19, 81-. 169 Apiil ... ... Ill 121 8 May ... . ... 1U7 ; 162 53 June ...: ... 3.08 28G 368 July- ... . ... 9-i 88 311 August' * ... 1,0,6 . 29-i ? 63 September ? 242 106 254 ?Qc.obar . =... 124 - 105 220 November ... — 24 116 December ... 38 -20 136