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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

1910 XMAS 1910. Tt/T'-s DAY wishes you all A Merny Christmas, and v - T-especlfully asks her Friends to notice ? . .n r- ; JA- thafi she lias a -fine Stock of !jr - ~ '* ^uitable presents for the Festive Season. - * . . -V- There are hundreds of Xmas cards to s.'iect from. T\o make up yoiu luind to come ami see them. Besides T - we have a splendid selection of Fancy Pipes iu cases. A I so Tobacco Pouches in exquisite designs. Just the things for presents. - - ? . , - . *TTon must not, imagine this is all. There are Books, Christ* mas numbers, pictures, stationery, cigars and cigarettes. MRS* DAY. Lockhart 0, READERS PLEASE NOTE. ' The next- Serial Story to bo published i*. in tic '? Reviow ' is eiitifcled, 1 'Che R art of iftautm' , A popular Story by the po ular Novelist, John Strange K ? 4 If you do not already subscribe to ' The Beview ' begin tbe New 'Year with ua. TO LET. 'EIDURKOOM^u HOUSE, cou* venieut part of the town, Apply Review Office. CHAS, LIPSCOMBE. of Greenvale, VTfl...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Local and General. Found. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

Local and General. ? ? — :o: — : — r Found. ?The. gold brooch advertised in the ' Revte/ty- l$st week quickly found an ownen The Christmas Holidays. As Christmas Day will this yeav fall npon a Sunday, the customary holidays will be observed on the Monday atvl Tuesdav following This is provided for by thp la^y of the state. As a cons'equeuco there .will he a somewhat loo? break in Vbasiness. . ? . ( ? *' Important. Cleaijjng 8ale. - Mr R. E. .jV'fmmo has decided to seek spa=!tnrc.3 new in the fertile Queensland, und Ihr many friends will wish him every success. Prior to his going, a clearing sale is inevit able, and auctioneers announce that this wilKtuke . place ou Wednesday, January I J4I1' gt Fairview, Urana In this issue details of £he stoc)c, machinery ftndjotfects are given and they' ''will no donbt 'be 'oarefally pernied by our. reader#, ' L'

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Local Items. TO OUR READERS We Extend Christmas Greetings And Best Wishes for the New Year. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

l ocal Items. 1 A Ail- fii iHfcii ^ M -h -V »!» ^ ^5r 1 ^ s TO OUR READERS ^ t H — O — ? S . ' . , 1 1 j| Uu Extend Christmas Greitags g. j H And Best Wishes- for the ' ? '' ' New Year; «? ! £ I ^ 3?^ ijs ? m $ nrt?* ^T¥¥ s Tliei-e will 'be 110 issue of TuE i Rkview on Tuesday next. j Stock Sales. . The local auctioneers will hold their next stock sale on January 14th. ' ? a ? c ? 1 ? 1 urtsaiosi .aispiaj on picrurc bojks iu Lockhart. Linen ones stand washing. — Browngedge Fancy De pot, The next serial story in The Review is entitled ' Tho Heart of Maureen,' a powerful love story by John Strange Winter, one of the best known novelists of our day. j Mt. Carmt 1 Church. i J iiring the summer months, the ! / j^nd Mass at Mt. Carinel Church J ou every 1st and oi'd Sunday will be i celebrated at 10 a.m. j Jewellery Presents. J Mr Max Leuchtmaim draws spe- ; cial attention to his splendid st -ck of i jewellery goods and musical instru- | meuts suitable for presents daring ' the festive se...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The New Railway Service MEETING OF PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

The New Railway Service i MEETING OF PROTEST. A meeti ig of townspeople con- ! Vjnel by the Lockhart Progress J Asso ;i i(iv)n was held on Thursday ! evening in the School of Aivs to ]-ro- j test, ag.iins'; the presei1^ railway and ! mail service to Lockhart. The Pre- I sident oi the Associatiju (Mr G. G. i TCnrrlfA TtiMsided. and t.hpre » ! fail1 attendance. Mr C.ha3. Whsatloy was s- cr jtary. The Pi'e side tit explaine 1 the object of tho meetiug and asked the gentle men present t) express their views on tie matt or. Mr Napier -took the oppoy unity of expressing hia firm opinion that the railway service j'-ist iniugarated and the mail services us they were run at p* e :ent were detrimental to the interests of Lockhart. His opinion was that tluy should endea vor to obtain a daily service. !\'r R O. Drum to id suprcr'ed Mr-Napier and pointed out the man ner i l which tho.y oVained a dni'y sn'viceon the Cul air l and Corowa lines. They first a- ke ! ixir the ser vice for two months a...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Boree. School Break-up. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

Boree. Sc hool ii?'eaic-up. On Wedres '-iy lo 1 'rh°re was ♦ i in ten.': tin f* event -it the Hctv i'ulil School (Wr .1. Eadfls, prin-ipal) pr:o to the annual bre-i-lc-np for the X'w.- ! holidays. Mr A. W. Aston pres'do-' j and in addition to distributing I ho 1 prizes ho addressed a i'e.v tinielv j words to rhe pupils. The rriy.es ! were a tirst-elass collection and '.vt'i-.' ; evidently much apjjreciated by the j scholars. The presentations wc.v | made to the first, second, third and | fourth . clasfies at various inter .'a Is | and were interspersed with the fo!- i lowing recitations : — ;i Little Things.' j Florrie Fop wood ; t; Freddy and the : Clierrv Tree.' Harrv Orme : Nobotiy,' Louie Orme ; '' The Bird's j Nest,'' Ivy (lane : ~L Burial of Sir I John Moure.' Alan Orme; ' Battle 1 of Blenheim,'' Myrtle Gane ; ' Some- J body's Mother,' W. Hop wood ; Girl j and Drowning Lamb,' Ethel Gane. ! A d iinty lunchoon was served the i children, thatdes io the efforts of j Mpsdames Orme....

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Milbrulong. FARMERS' UNION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

Milbrulong. FaUM Kits' Uxi0-' Mb'uTINO, The ordinary monthly meeting of ! the abore was held at Wurtfc's A'il- j hralong Hotel ou- Wednesday, Dec. ' 14. The chair was taken by the President, Mr G. Low., Minutes of the previous meeting were read ail 1 Confirmed on the motion of Mt Lo v, seconded by Cr. 10. Lvnih. Correspondence was read and ap- ; proved on the motion of Mr F Gol- ! lasch. Grain Shed Spaces. j S- veral applications were in for! -paccs in the grain shed, viz . from j F. Gol lasch, O. Ho.-an, A. G. K a u-e (Stoney Park), D. Fraser, W. West man and E. Newman. On the motion of Mr F. Gollaseh, seconded by Cr E. Lynch, it was resolved that no more names be ; taken for spaces for grain shed after 81st. December. Several other business matter* were discussed and the meeting was brought to a close. The next maeting will be held ou January 11, j '11, at 6 o'clock. j

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Jumble Fair. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

Jumble Pair. 'lheSt. Aidau's Church Fulc ar ranged what was termed u jutiblo fair for Wednesday evening, and thoy were fortunate in having a perfect evening for the event; ''The moon shone bright.'* not on ,one pretty Redwing, but on several. Having duly paid their entrance fee at tho cliurch gate, patrons were permitted to perambulate aronn 1 the grout ds. They found several stalls with im provised lights all in readii.O-s for them, aud the fair sfa!l-!-oIder- included : — -Tea stall, M.rs R. S. Drummoud ; icc err am mid cool dritiks, Mrs Griflin, Mrs Sullivan, ami Mrs Blight ; sweet stail, ifrs Knight aud Mis M'Lean ; Clirit mas tree, Mrs Kurrlc and ]Mis- Bartholomew ; bran tub, ili-s il. and Miss Studdart; smiling com petition, Mrs Clapperfon and Sistet Renard ; cake wei-rht competition, Miss Studdart ; doll's name competi tion, Miss Alice Protherp. ? The results showed that the ladies worked to some purpose, .'is over ,G1 1 was realised. Mr W. F. Jackson kindly lent his grama ph...

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The Ice-Maiden of Gundagai. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

The Ice-Maiden of Gun lagai. Miss Catherine Casey, of G atria | L^ai. aged 21 years, is prohaMy the j most interesting git! in Australia j She has saved her wages in domestic j service, has bought one horse and i ten cows, and has now applied for! (and obtained) the conditional pur- j phase of o'JU acres ot hm-i at Auam inaby. ' It is stafpd that f)je land is snow* covered from Mav ti October: nevertheless, Miss Camv's Mi- r ! says it may be a '' pood spef* ' for hi- I daughter, {}nd may save her from j heing an old nwii. She is tg !»?-? j the Ice Maiden of AdamiiialjVi wmt- j ing for the Piiuco's touch to thaw j the isiulrs about lier heart. . The ?' possession of o20 acres of snow ought. ! to make Miss basev u prize for any icj-cream merchant in tho Common wealth. Barren Jack Lands Trust. Tho. Government has determined to have Barren Jack lands adminis tered by ; a trusty ir jleud cf by the Pfiblifi' Works, Lat)d«, or Depwtments-ns nt Hrst | toyoiecL

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Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

Enterprise Mr W. Smith has just purchased a new S h.p Foster engine to drive his extensive -fanning and shearing machinery plant at Parkhill. 'i'he engine is well worthy of inspection. St. Aidau's Church. Vexf Sunday hn-nw (IhriKtmna Da ? . the s-'rvices at the Church of Engla id will be as follows; — Cele- bration of the Holy Communion at 7 30 a.m., Mat ns and Holy Com -?nnnion at. 11 a.m., cvtning service at 7 30. ^ The two leading stallions this year in the United States are Kingston and Hastings, both by Spendthrift out of imported English mares. Tbe chief contributor to Kingston's total o' 81,680dols. is the two-year-olcj fro eHy, w'ljq Ins -\yqij 'ten racqg worth over 73,000dols, Hasur^s' a roc k nave -von ror :um o MofCioig., :-,hc b'srgest winner lieInT the two. year-old Babbler (ll,29r-dols.). liivbbit InTe3tod Reserve, Mr R. P. Ball, U LA., hnrjjatiMd a letter from the Forestry Depart* ment, stating that instructions havo been issued that in future all lieenseS issued to a...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Mail Alterations. IN LOCKHART DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 20 December 1910

/.laii A iterations. IN LOCK HA Hi' DISTRICT. The new rail' ay service for better ?r tor worse has (.isuirbed t he old o -ler of things, and notliing »e--ms to mve bjeu di-ittrbf-d more than the !.:;il ai r.sijgemeiits. By the ctmrtesv ? 'f Mr Studdart. th« postmaster, we ei.a jled to give the public some' :dea regarding the idteraMous which have become neces.-arv. Lhe Rock to Luckhart. Just as before, the mail for the Mullen bong and The Rock will leave oy coach on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at. ll.ob a.m., arriving at. Bullenbong at 1.15 p.m., and The Hock at 4 p.m. But instead of the coach bringing mads back the same day it will stay a day at lhe Rock, and not return to Bullenbong and Lockhart until the day following. That is to say, '?he Lookhart district mails will in future leave i'he Rock for Bullen bong and Lockhart ou iuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays at 10.50 a.m., arrive Bullenbong 1.35 p.m. arrive Lockhart, 3.20 p.m. The Osborne Mail. There will he a complete change...

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Mail Alterations. IN LOCKHART DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

Mail Alterations. ?'-IN' 'LGfiKUAltT DISTRICT.. Tlie new railway service for better ; or for worse has disturbed the o!d ? o;der of tilings, and not hiug,»ceni.s to | have b^en di-lurbed more than the, mail arrangements. By the courtesy of Air Sfcnddart, the postmaster, we i are enabled to give the public so:re ! idea regr.i'ding tho c.Ucra'iuns which j .have become nccessarv, ! . .. The Rack to Lockhart. ?Just' as- before, the mail for tlie ] Bullcnbong and The. Rock will lcn % c j by cmch on Monda v.-, V.'edi'csdnys, and Friiays at 11. -iO a. in., arriving ut-Bnllcnbong at 1-.1T- p.m., mid The Rock at -1- p.111. But instead of the conch bringing uia'ls back t lie same day it- will slay i a day at Tlie I.vojl-:, an. I in -t ritufii ' to Bullenl'onj luid Ii'ickh-irt until i the dav following. Ti at is to say. the Lnckli irt district mails will ia fuiuvj leave 'The Kock fi-r Mullen- | boug' and Lockhart on 1 iies.!a3's | Tbursdays aud Saturdays at 10. -;-0 a.m., arrive Bullcnbong l.l...

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DISTRICT NEWS. Uranquinty. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

DISJECT NEWS. ; Uranquinty. .31 r ;i i:el (ieorge LijDi;)-. of Uranqniiit/, died cn S itnrday cve i ing Ir.-it. the a;e of 7-- ytars. at ihe rrsiilciH-e of Mr and ilrs Jaiiu'- Tiibei . T - rea«U rs of th-* N' i;«cl :: v the news would not he nniTcrrcti'd. The deceased arrived hi New S -uth Wales from Kir^laud w'ip:i 12 years of ago. an.) l'.-r over ?'-'-- 3 cars has be n *U'I! known I o' !) in Aaggi au I af UYanquiniy. ^ ! *0 : s i ir far .;tn_' i'::r suits for a g.r.-ii p :rti--;i '-r li;:; :i.n ? He ga'. 0 np i : i - tarni :im i ii.e i ni riev f-:r a siiort l- -?. 1 . Mrs 'i':i'»c--- was an si-'ople I ihnmhtr-r, and in a oi tini'. he leaves behind him two s- 11 ', Jjhn and tijor^o C'.!ii:is. '1 lie fnnera! v; is on Sunday. i;i the 'A ag;a eemetcrv, tlie l; »iv iving 1 , : ? ! ahwig si ie tlu reinriiu; i f ilie dtxCiseils wife iu the R.C. division. A large iinmbcr of friends a- Gambled at ihu graveside, and tlie pall -he. 11 ers .were Messrs. T. Mniphv. li. Fuh:v, F. Taylor, W. l-'...

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Not a Bad "Punch." [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

- ; Jsf it:a B»d ' Punch.'' . - ? . : Tiie e pf ' Mp : flenjt-y SjjveLV; foi'merly ai member of the 4t»3 qt 'Pun jh,' has been swot n for pro bate purfbses at £\ ,197,867. He left ''/KK)

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Something New for the Farmer. A New Field Tractor. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

Something New for the Farmer. -?ft Hew Field Tractor. The inert iusj which \v;i- .ln.'l-l ro ^e:i'. Iy »t tlio M.P. :ind A.A. Sliojv :R'ooiii.s, in; Gurwood-strect-, - Wngpn, for I It' purpose of giving lo fannej's and others injerestcd a full rxphin'a liini. of the detnils of nnikinf, methods :of Vvorkinpf.and tV'C.u'tiniHio resnhs wh.uih AVill be nchiu ved; by .M r Cl-.ai * ley's inveriii.ni, tlie i.ew fi; 1.1 trac'o.' )v!iich- is to rcvolutioiii.'O farming. wa.v fairly y/eil attended, and the .time sprnt proved a niost int. -resting -ihd pro'i';tf»!c one to all- who as-' seinbkd. , Mr J.- Jeremy, 'the conve nor of the nnctiiig, -v-'.is in the clnrir, and - I here ?..?ore a!sj. pres;nt M r oil. n. 03: and Mr i\l ni-nanc: t lie latter | the expert Agi-icultnrul ' Mocbanicinn who 'had been invited to report upon tlio ne .v niacliine. Mr Joremv, in. opening the meet ing. I Ihe prospectus was put for ward principally iu the interests of the farmer and of agiicultnrc gener rally. Only ...

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THEIR OWN POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

THEIR OWN POLICE. In the oldest, largest, and most densely-populated nation .' in the ~orld there are no policemen, ex cept in the cities controlled by fpr eigners and in .the ^ foreign cqm^ China, . every ; member of- a famiiy is responsible fbr the order in that fam ily, .japd. every- inhabitant of,, a . pity., is jointly responsible .with ; every other citizen for its tranquility. The Chi nese are essentially a law-abiding and law- observing pei-pIe: ,for that reason. If a younger son in a family, should commitfacrime, the.older son is likely to be taken, into custody for the offence*. For some crimes, such as patricide— which is the worst crime known in Chinese criminology —a whole city might be destroyed, and thousands made to suffer and bear a disgrace that' would last for generations. . So says Nevin C. Winter, in 'The- World's Work.''

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Facts & Fancies. THE MOST VALUABLE PIPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

Facts & Fancies. — ? . ? .. . ? ? THE MOST VALUABLE PIPE. The Shah of Persia possesses; I perhaps, the mosi valuable pipe in | the world: It belonged to his ^ uncle, who received it from his grandfather. It is the Persian of-' liciai pipe, and is smoked only on St»ite occasions. It is set with rubies and diamonds, and is valued at ^100,000. When the Shah & not using the pipe1 it is kept ; in a glass case, ? and carefully guarded by a high Court official, whose duties are as little, onerous as those of the di rector of an arsenal; The reason for keeping the pipe so closely guarded, and in a case, is that some years ago a Grand Vizier was sur prised in the act of removing some ( of the stones with the point of his poignard. . What happened to thp | -irand Vizier we are not told. I

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MATRIMONIAL CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

MATRIMONIAL CONFIDENCE. ? - Confidence is evei7thing between husband and wife ; and a woman who loves desires above all things to be trusted. . She' would not be glad when her 'husband is sad.. She would : not be ignorant of his trou bles or his -anxieties. Anything is. better to her than ' to be ; shut out I from the -innermost of - the life of ! one who should be all heto as she is j all hia. ' - . I - ' ? ' : '? ? ? '- ' V--'

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REARING DUCKLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

REARING DUCKLINGS. The' methods of rearing and fat tening are simple, requiring no ex pert training or great outlay in ap pliances. Rearing ducklings is a ' very easy undertaking, as compared with chickens ; the losses are com- ! paratively small, and their speedy growth soon places them out of danger. No doubt it may interest many readers to learn how to rear ducklings without either a mother -hen or foster-mother. As I have reared hundreds of ducks with little loss, it will be seen that the- method is clearly worth a trial, says a writer in 'Farm and Home.' Let us sup pose, for instance, that you have twenty ducklings newly hatched ; place them in a box, either wood or. cardboard— 13 inches . by 13 inches by 6 inches is a nice size— withlid attached , and sufficient holes for ventilation. Always bear in mind that ducklings require plenty, of fresh air, but no direct draught. For the 'first feW nights keep them in a warm place ; either the house or an outside shed will do. If the w...

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OVER AND UNDER FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

OVER AND UNDER FEEDING. There is .no doubt -whatever that a very large nunfber of birds are over fed, but so much has been said and written on the question that I am not sure that poultry-keepers nowadays are not too careful and that under-. feeding is the result. This, of course, is just as bad as overfeed ing. If a hen is in full lay and well fed there is little chance of over feeding her. You may stuff her up with Indian corn and load her with fat and knock off lier laying, and disorganise her liver. Is this 'over, feeding'? Rather call it 'wrong feeding.' The. same hen, given the. same amount of food of an egg-farm, ing nsvtA're. would produce eggs for to speak. Always remember that a hen requires enough food for her upkeep of energy, and animal na ture is very precise on this point Nature demands her rights. There are hundreds of poultry -keepers to day, who keep poultry at a loss through sheer meanness in under feeding their fowls, while they could be making a good profit by g...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of Lookhart. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911

Church of nd. Parish of Lockhart. 1st Sunday in the month — Lockhart, Matins and Holy Communion at 11 a.m. Brookong, 8 p.m. 2nd Sunday — Mitfcagong, at 11 a.m.; Osborne, at 3 p.m. ,? Lockhart, 7.30. 3rd Sunday — Lockhart, 8 am, celebra tion j liorce Creek scrv .co aF 3 p.m. ; Lock hart, 7.30 p.m. 4th Sunday — Lockhart,. Matins ana Litany, 11 a.m. ; Osborne, 3 p.m.; Lock liait. 7.30. 6th Sunday, when occurring— - )8br.rne and Boree Creek alternately, 11 a.m. ; Lockhart, 7.30.

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