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BIRTHDAY PRESENTS FOR A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
BIRTHDAY PRESENTS FOR A GIRL. Here is a useful list of some of the things ;that make delightful birthday presents for a girl : Belts, belt buckles, and belt pins are al ways acceptable; so are hat-pins in sets, veil-pins, cuff buttons, stock and belt pin to match, and a pendant in the form of a scarab for good luck. Chains, silver or gold, plain or jew elled,, are costly but much prized gifts. With them can go charms of all kinds, to be worn on a chain. A pair of opera-glasses. Get large lenses, No. 12, as the smaller ones are more trying to the eyes. Some of the tiny folding opera-glasses have surprisingly powerful lenses. Gloves, silk stockings, parasols, and neckwear. Put thought more than money into your gift. Con sult the girl's taste, also her cir cumstances, and choose accordingly. In giving books, select books of. re ference, poetry, or essays, rather than the popular novel, which may have been read, and has no other value.
Love's Reward. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER XXIII—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
Cove's steward. fAiA Rights Rbsbrvbb.J * By PAUL URQUHART, Author 0f ' The Web,' ' The Eaglts,' ' The Shadow,' ' The Black mailer,' ' The Sign of the Good Intent' ire. 1 PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER XXIII— (Continued.) But Jan steadfastly refused to al ter his plans. He had the Engllish ? man's innate objection to running away, and he did not believe the old Squire would hand him over to the . nnlire. And hp had another reason for not taking this advice. He dim ly foresaw that as Mrs. Brewer, , Martha would be inclined to take the lead in the management of af fairs, and he was not going to let her begin too early. So he insisted on seeing Mr. Burnaby — to receive neariy as cold a reception as Mar tha had foretold. The late master, of Dainton Court could not but remember with grati tude the kindness shewn him by the humble villagers in his days of pov .erty. but he sternly blamed Jan and -?-'' his fellows for their action. He said it was wholly unjustifiable. Undaunted, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
OUR NEXT SERIAL. Cbe fitart of maureen. A POWERFUL LOVE STORY, Bv JOHN STRANGE WINTER, Author of 'Booties Baby,1' 'A-ITazu - of Glory,' ' Houp-La.' ?' The Price .-?' 6t a Wife,' 'Love and Twenty,'1 ?Lady Jennifer. .''..* THE HEART OF MAUREEN, A Thrilling Romance of Toddy. - j The famous author of ' Bootle'a Baby' ' has written a story which fully maintain! her reputation. A. prolific novelist and one of the most versatile and independent writers of our day. John Strange Winter's work is always fresh and invig orating' Her admirers are numbered by the hundred thousand, and her name is a -writable household word wherever the; English language is spoken. THE HEART OF MAUREEN is as vigorous and entertaining as any thing she has done, and the reader will follow the story with the closest interest I from the opening instalment to toe last j
The Markets. PRODUCE MARKETS. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
The Markets, P RODUCK MARKETS. Sydney/. Satuii day. The activity whioh had btten ex hibited in the market during the Week was Still in, evidence, although the aaioliut of busiuess put through was moderate for a Saturday, Forage.— Chaff, South Australian 5 Wheaien, best £4 5s to £4 15s. Victorian; Whoalon, best £4 5s to £i 15s; oaten, prime £4, good £5 lOd to £3 1 5s, second quality £3 to £3 5s per ton Derrick straw : Tas manian, wheaten, best £2 15s to £2 17s 6d ; oaten, £2 7s 0d to £2 10s per ton. Oaten hay : Victorian, £3 10a to £3 15s, occasionally £4 per ton. Lucerne: Hunter River, choice dry green £3, new green £2 10s to £2 15s, brown sweated £2 10s, grassy and inferior £1 10s to £3 per ton. ? ? ;,,, . Dairy Produce.;— -.Butter : First grade 94s, medium 88s to 92r, seconds 82s to 86s, pastry from 64s per cwt. Eggs : Northern river, 9^d to 10|d ; south^Coast and rail way, 10s to lls, choice Is ; suburban, new-laid, Is ld to Is 2d, choice Is 3d per dog ; duck eggs, lOd to lid per...
Free Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
Free Iusurance. Mr- J^ J. Hodgson, storekeeper, Lockliart and -Milbrulong, has initi ated a novel feature in his business. Every purchaser of £l's worth of tioods is entitled to £1 10s per week in sickness or accident far 12 weeks. It is no small consideration to a cus tomer to know that he or she obtains this great benefit and it shows con siderable Qnterprist* on the part of tho bi_j nisuraiictr' u'uiupiiuy which backs up the policy, as well as on the pat t of Mr Hodgson. Scientific Sight Testing. Ernest Bosch's Personal Visit. — Residents of Lockhart and district will have the unique opportunity of a personal visit from Mr Ernest Bosch, F.S.M.C., Lond. Mr Bosch's' English, American, and Continental experience places, him in the fore front of the optical profession. He is one of the few fellows of the S.M.C in Anstriil'isia. a degree only fMufv-Mre \ in l'»'nl'-ii after a most, through aud^ exhaustive examina tion. This is ft guarautee of the careful attention you will receive by ...
A.J.C. Summer Meeting. VILLIERS' STAKES. One mile. (Run Saturday, December 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
A.J.C. Summer Maetlntf. VILLIEKS' STAKES.. One mile. (Run Saturday, December 24,) «t lb ifclb Son of the Alibi .,. .., 6 12 Jfavah ... !) 10 Pan Out) .,, 6 12 The Acolyte ... 9 8 Asbuvks .„ 0 12 Irishman .,, 0 0 Kdna May ... 6 12 Penniless ... 8 10 Flavigny ... 0 ll War Star ... 8 10 Yellow Flag ... 6 10 Britain ... 8 7 Hymeneal ... 6 10 Miss Flaneur 8 7 Citrona ... 6 10 Manchester ... 8 fi Blue Gem .., 6 10 KoseAilie ...8 4 Merlbrook ...6 10 La Patrie ... 8 2 Beoberu ... 6 10 Grist ... ... 8 2 Lady Mal&ier .. 6 10 Lemon ... 8 0 Mullengun ... 6 10 Lady Enenalf 7 12 Lord Hampden 6 7 ? Golden Slipper 7 11 Lady Phyllis .. G 7 Danilo ... 7 9 Blegy... ... 0 7 Byplaj' .,' 7 9 Posmne ... 6 7 Snowfoot .... f 9 Cjidyea ... 6 7 Malater Maid.. 7 9 Lady I'olly ? .., 8 7 Poi Dance -...7 9 The Eoyal Coinus... ... 7 9 Friar 6 7 Didus ? 7 9 La Pi«fcol ... 6 7 Miss Corelli ... 7 7 John Porter ... 6 7 Abbey Boy ...-7 6 Cuptelle ...6 7 Barley Water .7.5 Chaste ... 6 7 Classic .,,74 Footlace .....
Every Man a Soldier. Compulsory Service Scheme Outlined. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
Every Man a Soldier. Compulsory Service Scheme Outlined. The defence system of the Com monwealth will undergo a complete change during the coming year. The npw Defence Act will come iufco operation on 1st January, but ihe first six months will be. spent in oil ing the machinery of the new organi sation '.-. Under the universal training scheme every male inhabitant of Australia (unless exempted under the Act) who has resided here six months and is a British subject will hi liable to be trained as follows: — From 12 to li years of age, in the janior cadets. Fcutn 14: to 18 years of age, in th.6 serior cadets. From 18 to 25 years of age, in the citizen forces. From 2-5 to 26 years of age^in the reserve. It is uut possible to bring the richemp. into fail operation at once. A start wiil be made by enrolling during the first six months of 1U11 all those males whose 14th, loth, 16th or 17th birthday occurs during that ve.ir. No one above that a^e will be liable to serve. Leaving out of pjc...
CARE OF THE FACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
CARE OF THE FACE. It is agreed that the too. frequent use of inferior cold cream is the prime cause of many troubles, caus ing especially blackheads. Not that it is not excellent in its place, and should be on every dressing-table, but the ignorant use of it or any other oily substance clogs the pores and retards natural action. Cold cream should never be al lowed to remain on the skin over night. It does no good and lots of injury. Wash the face with it be fore retiring, by rubbing it gently in with a flannel or soft towel, and then as carefully remove every trace of it with a perfectly clean one, keeping up a gentle massage until there is no oiliness on the skin at all. This mode of treatment will be found a certain aid, and there will be no damaging results afterwards So many people decry the use of soap on the face, which is all a gross mistake, providing a good reliable quality is used. Soap, with hot water, effectually cleans- th^ pores, but, of course, it must be thoroughly w...
BEAUTIFUL HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
BEAUTIFUL HAIR. How few women there are of whom one can say, 'Her glory is in her hair.' The hair of a woman can be so beautiful, and yet it rare ly is. The woman whose hair is well cared for and glossy presents a more attractive appearance than the wo man whose tressea of gorgeous Ti tian red, blonde, cenrde, or chest nut are dull and unkempt. It is most necessary that the hair be kept free from dust. To this end it ehould be washed at least once a fortnight in summer and once every three weeks in winter. Soap should never be rubbed di rectly on to the hair in washing it. A good way to shampoo the hair is as follows : — Have plenty of warm water ready, not hot. , Put about a quart -into a bowl with half a tea spoonful of borax; add enough soap jelly to make a good lather, then plunge the head in and thoroughly rub the scalp. Use a second lot of this mixture, and rinse the hair twice in luke-warm water to which a pinch of borax has been added. This prevents the hair- from getting ha...
WHEN "MOVING HOUSE." [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
WHEN 'MOVING HOUSE.' In packing up one's household goods to move, and especially if the flitting is to a new locality, there is always a temptation to leave behind or give away half-worn kitchen uten sils. Before yielding to this im-. pulse, however, it would be wiser to stop and ask oneself 'What will be the cost of replacing these old* things with new ones?' With so many other calls on the purse; one may not be justified in discarding shabby pots and pans and brushes. Until a person has been through the ordeal of a 'move,' she does not realise how many little things there are that crop up and make a hole in the purse. Moreover, old pans and brushes can always be utilised to good purpose, even if they have gone beyond a wearable state in the house. For instance, I have seen an old saucepan, without a handle, turned into a most artistic flower-pot holder, only a little en amel and a band of ribbon being used to cover the burnt surface. A worn-out broom, too can be covered with house...
Land Sales at Boree. MR. W. DAY OBTAINS MAGNIFICENT PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
Land Sales at Boree. MR. W. DAY OBTAINS MAG NIFICENT PRICES. Friday last was another important day in the history of Boree. It was the day of the second sale of Govern ment blocks. '' boree,'' it is needless to explain, is the new name for the rising township 12 miles from Lock hart, having been chosen after many 'jackass' alterations. The 'Creek' is thus damned by the Department or, perhaps, we should say, depart mentally damned, and there has been no Mr Carroll to object to this par ticular kind of damning. '? Boree ' than is the name, and it was at Boree that some hundreds of people gather ererl on Friday last. The weather was summer] ike — not as hot as t!-e day before, bnt hot enough. With warm weather, imon^st tha .as sombled crowd feeling regarding the sale was also heated. Buoyancy and aniuimation throbbed through every vein. The astute bank-manager talked animatedly with the enter prising storekeeper, the speculative farmer 'coached himself in the sale r spects by converse ...
The Boree Creek Farmers' Union. THE MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
The Boree Creek Farmers' Union. THE MONTHLY 3IEETING. The ordinary monthly meeting ol: the abc ve wms hold ac La wren. eV Uore3 Creek Hotel on Monday, ;jth inst. The chair was taken by the Preside ;.t, Mr H. Giviner aud tl\ere ?were also ?uresent-the followine mi oi hers : — A 't-s.sr.s. Jas. Verdon, h\ Orm ;, John Iroi.s, W. Davenjiori, J. ('. Ste'wnrt, H Sanderson, A. Moir-'ur. Gea. Gane, S. Davenport, John Car roll, A. Cornell, G. Coriell, Itobert Hamlin, Alfi-ed Irons and A. 'W. Aston (Hon. Sec). Tklinute.s o£ previous mee ing were read and confirmed on the motion of Mr Gene, seconded by Mr John Irons. Outward correspondence- was read and appro* 'so en motion oJ ill- iloft'at seconded by Mi- Verdon. Posuii Matter.?. Letier.s were received from tin; Postal l)epp.vtm-3nv, J\tc.lbouriio and Sydney, to the eicecr. that it w.s con sidered the most suitable siie l'or Post and Telegraph Ofnjc at 'oree Creek for the pivsenr iimo was tho railway station, and that the Rail way Commissione...
The Clyde Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
The Clyde Keserves. An intimaiilm lias been received by the Secretary of the Bovee Creek Farmers' Union that it is proposed to throw oj-en portions of these raserves as improvement leases in small areas. .A.s the idea does not nue with approval here the Depart ment has been requested to withhold further action pending prompt dis- ; .. cussion of the proposal by the execu- ? rive cemmiriee of the Union. Kail way Opening. Owing to tli'! harvesting operations now being in lull swing it is found impracticable to hold ifiiv function to celebrate this event. It is intend ed to defer the festivities until after harvest.
Convent School Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
Convent School Concert. The ajumul bvoaking-np concert of the Lockhurt Presentation Convent took place in tha School of Arts on Saturday evening, 10th inst , and tha large audience which greeted tfhe pupils were more than satisfied with the bill of fare provided for their delectation. Each of the items was creditably rendered and praise is due not only to the performers, but to the Sisters for the care and trouble they had evidently taken with each individual scholar. The various numbers were well received, and de mands for encores frequent. Durin'* ilic interval the Rev. Father Hanra han thanked the audience for their attendance, and the pupils of the Convent School for the delightful evening's entertainment they had supplied. The programme was opened with a pianoforte trio, ' Silver Trumpets,' by Misses S. Weedon, H. Davies and B. Mason, which was an enjoyable item. Miss R. Pigram followed' with a violin solo, ' Romance et Tyroli enne,' an item which was well received. ' You're as...
WHY HE WAS ON TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
WHY HE WAS ON TIME. A man noted for his consistent late- . ness at all engagements recently sprang a surprise on his wife. Before he left for business in the morning, his wife asked him to meet her in town at three o'clock to do some shopping. He agreed. She urged him not to keep her waiting, but, as such urging had always been fruitless in the past, she expected no favorable result this time. She arrived at the appointed place a few minutes before three, and prepared for a long wait. As she ex pected, he was not on hand at three, but, to her surprise, at ten minutes past he came up the street puffing and blowing, iu a great hurry. This was unusually prompt for him, and his wife beamed pleasantly on him. 'Good lor you,11 sbc said. 'You are ' ._,.? almost on time for once.' The husband took out his watch, and then looked at his wife in sur prise, but he was too wise to tell her that he had thought their engagement was for two o'clock instead* of three.— 'Philadelphia Record.'
THE SQUIRE'S PROBATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
THE SQUIRE'S PROBATION. Squire Thomas Jefferson Skaggs -tv was the most talented swearer around Maryviile. The squire swore if he lost a dime or found a dollar, if it rained or if there was a long dry spell, wind blow east or wind blow west. He could hold his own with a circus boss, and make a sailor's parrot hang its head in shame. The squire was rather proud of his accomplishment until he began court ing the Widow Lindsey. Then he came to wish that his prowess ran along different lines. 'Look here, squire — you say you love me?' 'Yes, by — ' began Squire Skaggs. 'Tut, tut!' checked Widow , T '' ??.- sey. 'If you will go thirty days without one word of profanity, I'll marry you; if not, I won't.' Then the squire began the great battle. The first day he spent con juring up and jotting down a long list of words and expletives to be used for substitutes for his own blue-flame, sul phurous vocabulary. The list began with 'Abou Ben Adhem,' and ended with 'Zum,' and he put it into prac t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
15 REWARl. FIVE Pounds Reward, wiil be paid for information leading to the conviction of the y^'-a » 01 peisons v-hn wilfully danced my gates on buuiiay ;;rU. 1 :J t h instant. 'Any one £ouiid 'drt-udging '. gates or fences or in , any way tresspa'ssing on my property will be prosecuted- without further notice. ROBERT ASTON. Gieenvale. Land Seekers. App'y n(- once to H. R. M'WIL LI.A.ji,Lanil Agent of Wagga Wagga. for particulars of the Closer Settle ment Promotion -Act, by. which you can .secure a fin m without ballot, ?without weary waiting, at your own price .'uiJ in a disiriet to suit your self. He has many properties for sale under its provisions. Persons desirous of selling fclifiif pioperties should writs particulars to V R McWilliam, _ ? . ^' Land Agent, , W AGG n. \V AGGA . IMPORTANT TO Farmers. Til If. DA VIS, of ' The Pines,' -*- ? Lockhart. desires to inform ?Farrinrs in the Loekhart, Pleasant Hills, Milbrulong, Osborne, Boree Creek, and curronnding districts, that he is...
Local Items. A Local Win. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
Local Items. A Local Win, Dr. Davies1 ' Cocksure ' eacceeded in palling off the Flying at Ascot last week uudei'.the Bteadying impost of 9st. . ' Jumble Fttii-i Sti Aldan's Jumble Fair to-morrow »vill be very attratiiive. Aa import ant presentation has' been, arranged in connection therawith. Prohibition Order, By the P.M. (Mr Stevenson) on Thursday, a prohibition order was made against Albert Gould for 12 months. The P.M. reminded the defendant that if he was found inside the bar of an hotel he liiible to a fine of £5. Anyone found serving him with liquor outside an hotel was also liable to be fined £5. The P.M. said he inflicted full penalties in these ca.spp. He had done so at Junee with good effect. Crops. Stripping is general throughout the district, and some excellent yield? are being obtained. Messrs W. Smith, Parkbill, J. Alexander, J. Moncrien^all got 10 bags off fallow land, and' Mr W. Day, of Wood'ea, got as high as 41 bags. The latter cif the Federation variety weighed 6...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
Bulletin - -?_..,- -#f--:§;; it Extraordinary ?33Jp^'V ' From ? -,; . .. ? . HODGSON'S f Hall of Commerce* ; To add still to the sucoess of J. J. HODGSON, ' : ~ . V'- ' ?- ? A Free Insurance Policy, V ;3' ' . Against ACCIDENT, SICKNESS, and DEATH from ... :-., ::,.'.'* f *'? .' - Accident. I, therefore, now offer a DOUBLE BENE ,'«?? ivJv'T^V/,?-* ;,':' J-- -':. ',M': '. FIT to trade with me, viz., the Best Quality Goods ?/' -\^V'^$//rrr^tj ' at Lowest Prices, and a Pree Paid-up Policy Against .''?'''''??'^/''.t'^V11'' ' Accident and Sickness as p^v printed conditions '',.''''. ~~'' '-w;:j'' - v . ' '_' attached to policy entitling the holder to £i 10/- PER WEEK FROM ONE TO TWELVE WEEKS, AND £20 AT DEATH FROM ACCIDENT ? , - , V ; ' All you have to do is to make your purchases from me. For every- 20/-, or for cash spent in one purchase, you receive free insurftnce''forT4:''DAYSi'''~M= Por Every 40/-, or for cash spent in one purchase, you receive free insurance for 28 DAYSi I make no ...
Prosecutions by the Pastures Board. FINES IMPOSED IN EVERY CASE. A BREEZE IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 13 December 1910
Prosecutions by the Pas tures Board. FINES KviPOSKl) IN EVERY CASE. A BREEZE IN COURT. Tlie Urana Pastures Protection Board prosecuted several landholder? for failure to destroy rabbits on tbjp propercies. '-,-,, Urana Pastures Protection Board „ Ti,,.,,,ne filasirnw. Defendant was sued for failine to destroy rabbits on his holding. Mi- P. W. M'Carthy appealed foi the Pastures Board. ' In reply to the Bench. Inspector Hooan said Hint Hie defendant had done 'very good work since the suifi 'iubns had been issued. Fined 20s. and cost of Court o's, professional costs £ I Is. or 14 days' hard labor. William Ditch fipld was a1 so sum moned. Mr. P. W. M'Carlhy ap peared for the Board. Defendant pleaded not guilty. John Wise, Bbcrerary to the Urana Pastures Protection Board, was called to prove, formalities. Mr Napier, for defendant, said. MiPi-fi was no need to have brought Mr Wise. The P.M. thought that Mr Wise ?was not wanted. ~\Mr Napier said that when- he was solicitor to the Pastures ...