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Lockhart Commons The Annual Meeting Fixed. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
Lockhart Commons, I ?'The Annqal Moating Fix'dd. & meeting of the Lockhart Com mons Trustees was. held on -Thursday evening in- -the Lockhart Hotel far the purpose ogrevising the. Roll. There were pves^t ;? Messrs H, W. Nette V& tha chair, J. Nolan, J. Walker (Swretary) aud O. ^nrrier v The. Seo¥©twy read a list of the l oomprisirig 6L .names. Seoretary explained that - any person wishing to have their names enrolled could obtain an application form from him. The applications would havft to be lodged seven days before the meeting at which the applications would, bo considered. The list of applications was requvp^ to be exhibited at the Court. iiTiit any person objecipi^ th^eto could lodge their Qhj^ction. The person objecting and the person objected to had' the right to att^w^ the meeting. The decision, with the trustees. aBnll. Herdsman (Mr C. Ferrier) yeport^d that he had purchased a suitable bull for . £3 from ,; Mr M. Butler.-.:' ' . '? ...' . On the mqUoa of Mr ...
Claim for Commission. VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
Claim for Commission. r-- ? ??'.- - , u , - 1 . ? Verdict fob Pii-untiff. The Narandera Small Debts' Court sat to a late' hour on;. Tuesday, 20th Harrington agniust the Executors of the late John Hamilton for commis sion on the sale of 723 acres of land near Morundah to EUjab^th O'Brien. The case can# hefftre fhe District Convt Iftst nio^th, f^nd the plaint iif waft non-s^Hed by Judge Gibson on fhe ground of m h^gnlarity in the Rlftint.. The faets were that the plaintiff introduce! Mrs O'Brien as a pnrQhftser for the proper ty ftt iOs .per acre, whioh offer defendants refused, Subse quently the property was sold to the same buyer at £2 15a per neve through Drummond and of Lockhart. The P.M, dScSded that as Harrington \ntrodnc4l*tlfe bqver in thg instance he j^ap ^ti^led i \° commission^ ft ver aic.^ for % plaint^ foy, cewnmissiwa ; on thg ha^ls qf a $a,le at ^2 IQa per aere- Jflr Quirk (instrWed by Mr j B. W . McCarthy, ^icitor^ Lockhart) append the plaint^, and Mr I M^^evs fw defen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
APPLY TO A C. CHANDLER, LAND AGENT, * WAGGA WAGGA. Hu.nesfrad selections converted and brought Lofovo Land Di.ird. FOR SALE. ipUIOlCE Ton a toe s and. Cabbages ' ?*.- Tor sale. ! . MASON BROS., J Lockhart. G. X. ALLEN, L.D.S. (Syd ), DENTAL SURGEON — GREEN STREET — LOCKHART. IMPORTANT TO Farmers. m If. DAVIS, of 'The Pines,' -rr ? Lockhart. desires to inform JEarmors in the Lockhart, Pleasant §&s» Vis, M ilbrulonsi, Osborne, ' Boree' . mwn in — — i i V* .in ' Creek, arid surrounding/ ciiBU'iUlS,' that he is indeuting from England, the latest and rooi-t improved THRESHER ett ilis market. Tlio plant 'will bs at the Service o! Farmers in any of the above distrbta. . . Terms moderate. Furiher particulars, apply to T. H. DAVIS, . ? , ' The Pines,' Lockhart. . L ? . : Land Seekers. Apply at. once to' H. R. M'WIL LIAM, Land Agent of Wagga W agga, for particular* of the Closer Settle*, meui Promotion Act, by which you can secure a fai'm , without ballot, Vithout weary waiting, at yo...
BULK HANDLING OF GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
BDLK HANDLING OF GRAIN. It is surprising indeed, in these days of keen competition, to say no thing of the ntilitarian and economic aspects of the question, that our Aus tralian methods ,ot.:handling grain ate almost as ancient as the Pyramids. We seek and utilise every implement that has the reputation of being superior to its predecessor for in creasing the productivity of the soil ; the '' very latest ' harvesters ' kick up a dast' in the work of lifting the golden wealth from its earthy asso ciations. But there ingenuity, or even plain, common sense, seems to come to. an abrupt full stop with the Australian ' man on the soil.' The most primitive means of despatching the grain from the homestead still hold sway, -while it must be patent to the least observant that if we desire to compete successfully with the great grain-prodncing countries, such as the United States, Canada, Argentina and Rnssia, we must not give, any points away. The countries referred to handle and transport g...
COMMONS MANAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
COMMONS MANAGEMENT. When the Trustees of the Lock hart Commons meet t Jje commoners in annual meetirjg ^t.t}]e gnd qf this month 'they will have '}io' reason t!o .blush because of dufieg unfulfilled.' It is probable, that thR ha'fincc sheet, will show a slightly improved finan cial position, and not- mnoh credit oan_be olatnied under that score. Yet, the trustees, alonor with the capable secretary, Mr R. J.' Walker, have accomplished a good deal which deserves moro thfuj passing comn.en dal ion - It isr j nst ft'bof) t a §eo sin'euthis jburnal Called public at tention to tlio chaos prevailing ijj the management of the commons, and the -public shortly afterwards seized t'le opportunity of electincr an en tirely fresh body of men. The bene jk 0^ tfip oblige was suor. apparent: fphei new tljat spclj was the grossly wesjlgjtfuj ? sfotp Of affairs that rules bad hcvci' heow framed for the commons. Conse quently one of the first objects they bad in view - was the drafting 0f Htlfes' and '...
Local and General. Sir William Lyne [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
Local and General. ? ? : Q ; ? Sir William Lvnf. Sir \\ illiam Lyne was a nassenser by the L~:iion Company's steamer Maheno, which left Sydney on Wed nesday for Auckland. I.O.O.F, Members of the Lockhart I.O.O.F?^ lodge are reminded of the annual ^ meeting for the election of officers, etc., to take place on Mondav next. Let Browngedge frame your Xmas snpplement. New stock of frames just opened, and no charge for fitting. Browngedge, Cash Bookstall and Cycle D=pot. Co-operative Wheat Storage. Mr J. L. Dow, of 'The Leader,' has accepted an invitation by the Corowa Agricultural Society to de liver his lecture upon Co-operative Wheat Storage at Corowa on Thurs-' day, 12th inst. - Vital Statistics. The District Registrar reports that . during the year 77 births were re gistered in the Lockhart district, 35 ?; males and 42 females. Deaths num bered :21 as oompared with 15 for ' the previous year. .Nine marriages were celebrated by the local surro ! gates. ? __ Important Clearing Sale. Mr...
SECONDARY IMPORTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
'SECONDARY IMPORTANCE. A story, apocryphal but amusing, jjgn told by a man who, on his first visit to New York City, accosted a, police man and. asked to. be directed to.. Herald-square. ,. . 'Kemberton is a very small village on the Pickering Valley -Railroad, near Phocnixville, Pennsylvania,' replied the policeman, who looked intelligent, but gazed into space with an abstract ed air. 'Am I headed the right way?' ask ed the stranger, hardly trusting his cars. 'The Nodaway River rises in Iowa,' said the policeman, still gaz ing into space. 'It flows south across the north-west corner of Missouri, and empties into the Missouri River. The ' .' alien and sedition laws were passed taring the administration of '.John Adams. The first amendment — - - - — - 'See here,' interrupted the stran- . ger, 'are you a lunatic?' The policeman turned a seeing gaze upon him at last. 'I passed my Civil Service examina tion yer terday, when I came from New-' Jersey, '? he said. 'I managed to; get throug...
AN INCOMPLETE LANDSCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
AN INCOMPLETE LANDSCAPE. Mr. Kreezus.-the multi-millionaire, was entertaining a; friend at ? his, ele 'I was born and brought up in this neighborhood,' he said, 'and when I was a boy I used to think what a nice thing it would be to have a house cin this hill. It's the highest point of ground, you will notice, within a cir-3r cuit of several miles, and the view fromj here is extensive.' | 'It is magnificent !' exclaimed th| visitor. les, and when the time came that I could afford it, I gratified my boyish ambition by buying the. ' land round here and putting up this house.' ' 'I have been in a' great many places, and I have never seen a finer land scape than this.' ; 'That's what I used: to think, biity I don't like it now as well as I dicf' when I was a boy.' . ' '-:? 'What makes the difference?'' ' ? '-i . 'It isn't complete:' 1 , 'Not complete? Why, you own'the '? landscape, don't you?' 'That's the trouble;. ? I own all. '6f it but that eighty-acre patch over therii^ beyond the cr...
A MASTER STROKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
A MASTER STROKE. ' ! ' The fact that Eben Hobbs had fair ly won the reputation of being the laziest man in Willowby was no~cause of regret to him. He- sat incorrigible and imperturbably good-naturcd i un der the fire of his wife's complaints. . 'I should think you'd 've sunk into S: the ground when all those other m'eh ~ could make a good showing of what they'd done in the twenty years- sijjce . ^ Nate Pearson went away, and Ty.du;hfe*_~' not a thing but broken-down build ings to your credit,' said Mrs. Hobbs, on one occasion. 'Lawzee, do you think 1 care what , opinion o' me a congressmlan 'has?' inquired' Eben, carelessly. ? -'VVihep^ they got through with their ; boasting, -f-the whole post-office-tful *' bf' ' 'e$— f'' just looked round casual and I said, 'What with my Uncle William's being a master carpenter, Uncle/- Jameij' a fust-class plumber, and Uncle Ed'ard ^ at the ' top o' the shoetiialcThg trade, there isn't one of you that's h$d. t-h-£.- chances I have,' I said; and t...
The Rainfall. NEARLY 20 INCHES FOR 1910 [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
T-lie Rainiall. NEARLY 20 INCHES FOR 1-)10. T^e rainfall for the year- ^?.10 cached 20 inches, all but Sj po.ints, ' J^e tpt^I lipiijj . }9#1. Rajn 'C'f§H--°B -W i'fie year. _ Last '.'MW'rflP Wl^l1 fctqlled i-5 inches 4-a points. i'he details are appendt d : ; 1908. 1909. 1910. January ??? 75 79 293 February ... 27 79 5 March ... '19 . 81 169 April ... ... Ul ' § .-m M ® ^ ... m -: aea July - ... 94 88 311 August- ... 106 294 63 September ... 242 106 254 October ... 124 105 220 November ... — 54' ' ? 14^ ^ 136
The Second Test Match Melbourne, Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
The Seiond TWlftatch. it6!h°artta« MdhfVy, ^he second Test match w»- re sumed here before a cemparafively small attendance. Australia was . ^disposed of 848. Scores.:— Acstiuma. First Innings ... ... ... 348 ? SoTrrfi Africa. ' ? Jljr.s^inflfh^i fiherweU, o HtrteJ, b Cotter ... 24 ZMoh, b1 Cotter... . ... 1 ... 42 Nourse, b Kelleway ??? Wricker, b Armstrong ...' ... 26 Llewellyn, b Armstrong ... 5 Snooke, not ont... - ... ... 18 ' Faulkner, not ont ... ... 188 v ' tit. ?' n : ? ' . ? '' ' Total for 5 wickets _... 353
THE UNTIDY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
THE UNTIDY WOMAN. The woman who is untidy is apt to realise that untidiness is ar bad habit and one to be decried. She may make efforts to cure it or she may not, either not caring to over come the habit or believiner the feat impossible. But she rarely real ises what untidiness costs. If she would sum up what it may mean to her in actual money, then she might make more valiant efforts to secure it: The business person who is un tidy loses, time. And time is money in business. The business man or woman whose desk is a hodgepodge of letters, bills, receipts, and other important business data ; who never knows where a letter or mem orandum is when wanted, loses hours in the course of a week hunt ing for them. This time could be used much more profitable^ The successful ? business' man makes every minute count in making mon ey. : He isn't wasting hours search ing for things he should be able to put his hands on in a minute. The opportunity to make* a big sale or land a big order is oft...
Cookery. Stuffed Pears. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
Cookery. Stuffed Pears. Peel -some nice stewing pears and take out the core 'with a scoop. Into each hole put a date. Place, in a stone jar with a low more dates, add a little sherry (if liked), a little sugar and water, and let them slowly stew for ' eight hours in the oven. Served with cream these arc novel and delicious. Sheep's Trottera. Boil these in water until soft enough to remove the larger bones. Put them in a stewpan with butter,.' parsley, salt -and pepper, and cook over a very slow fire until sufficiently done. Then remove the trotters and allow th,em to get cold. Now steep tliem in the liquor which wa-.- left in - r the stewpan, sprinkle with bread crumbs and fry a nice brown. This is a delicious dish, especially if served with a highly spiced sauce. Manhattan Pudding. \ Mix one and one half cupfids ot orange-juice and one fourth of ;vscup j'ul of lemcin-juice and sweeten \ to taste. Turn mixture into a br*:k mould. Whip one pint- pf—heAv^ - ; cream and' add one half c...
A PRIDE IN FURNITURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
A PRIDE IN FURNITURE. A good housekeeper always takes a pride in keeping her furniture up to the mark. The 'dusters should be clean arid soft, not made of scrat chy material. Furniture finished with shellac or varnish should'never be cleaiised with soap and water. The soap eats the oil of the varnish or shellac, and destroys the surface. Where white spots appear on pol ished tables through hot things being placed on them immediately apply raw linseed oil, which will re store the colour. The oil must be left on for several hours. When the colour returns polish with tur pentine.
OLD CLOTHES NEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
OLD CLOTHES NEW. If your light; cloth costumes have become soiled, they can be success fully cleaned with a preparation made of equal parts of oatmeal and whiting: Rub this thoroughly over the costume with a pad of clean white flannel, every portion in turn. Shake well and. press on, wrong sie. A second rubbing may be needed, but I have never known this method . to fail. . Grease spots on light woollen jackets or anv gar erine. White lace and voile' dresses may be dry-cleaned at home with block magnesia ' or with corn flour. Clean white woollen wraps with white starch. Hfive it dry and pow dered, rub it well in an shake out.
CLOVER'S PLAYMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
CLOVER'S PLAYMATE. 'Clover, do you think anything is the matter?', Clover stopped chcwing some grass, and looked across at the only other inmate of the orchard, a sturdy calf of nine months old. .. No, why should anytnmg De tne matter; Beauty,?' ' she said at last. Beauty was thoughtlul for a few moments, and then she began to speak. . ? , . 'Have you noticed our master lately, he is ;so quiet, and never pets us'as he useel to do ; a-»d do-ypu. re-' member the nian? that' came to look at us to-day, he looked to me like— a- butcher.'-; ?' The* calvps looked at each other, for a minute, and for the' .first , time in- her lifeClbver'sdark grey -eyes' had a really frightened look in them.. She was a pret t y calf , white) and on the top; of her. head two stumps had, sho\Vn .? theinselves. sluinps that proved her horns were already grow ing. Bea'uty was a little taller j and had some splashes of red on her sidesl The calves were devoted to each other, and h; d lived in the same orchard t...
For Young Folks. THE LITTLE BOY AND HIS DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
For Young Folks. ^ THE LITTLE BOY AND HIS ?A DREAM. The Little Boy smiled in his sleep that night, ' \ , As he wandered to Twilight Town; ' And bis face lit up with a heavenly - .light Through the shadows that drifted ?V - . down. ; But he woke next morning with tear ? -' stained eye, - In the light of the grey dawn's gleam; And out from the stillness we heard him cry : 'I've lost my dream — my dream!'1. - And he told us then, in his childish way,' - ?' ' . . Of tne wonderful dream he'd known. He had wandered away from the Land of Play To the distant Land of the Grown. He had won his share of' the' fame and fight In the struggle and toil of men, Yet he sobbed and sighed in the ; brrflcihg- lijjht: . t . 'I wairif my dream again.' v _ -- As the years, passed by the Little Boy '/? 'grew, ?/;??? ?????: Till he came to the Land of the. y Grown, And the dream of his early youth '* ' ~ . came true — The drlam that he thought had t flown. Sr' ' Yet once again he smiled in his sleep, - Smil...
"FLUFF." (A Story for Tiny Readers.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 3 January 1911
^ V 'FLUFF.' ; . (i Story for Tinv Readers.) First let me introduce myself. I am a kitten, n^irly a year old. My ~ --c name is Fluff, and I am the only 1 daughter of Mrs. Tabbikinns, both ' of us living in an old country house - ? called ' -The Nest. ' My darling mamma says I should have three brothers, had it not been for a horrid man who took them away. Mamma says - 1 must keep out of his way, and. I always, do soj lest he should take me away also. - Jimma tells me that I was the the four, and this in ceited, and I considered that I was much too good to play with the ? other cats and kittens of the neigh borhood; I turned my nose and whiskers up at their midnight con - certs on the tiles. 'No,' I used to think, 'there lis no one in the wide world good enough for mamma and me.' All, but I was soon to learn a v,' lesson . which checked my selfish -thoughts, and of this I am. going .to tell you. It was a lovely day when mamma - ' said I might go for a walk in the . fields, but I must...