Elephind.com contains 73,281 items from Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Random Readings. HAY FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
Random Readings. HAY FEVER. Hav fever occurs in neurotic peo ple, generally of the educafed class es, and usually shows itself in early adolescence. The irritant is the pol 'len of many varieties of grasses and flowering plants, and researches Have shown that it is the result not of mere mechanical irritation, but of a definite chemical substance in the pollen. The neurotic predisposi tion is important, remarks the 'Hospital,' and it is reported that a typical attack of hay fever may be induced by the sight of an arti ficial rose. In predisposed persons the inhalation of any form of dust may brfhg on an attack, and some people are affected By 'driving behind horses or by the presence of a cat. Many patients gradually lose their susceptibility with advancing age.
PUBLIC HALLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
PUBLIC HALLS. MitBRHLONG residents may well be congratulated upon the evidences of public spirit amongst them, as re ported in this issue. That £50 was. promised at a small pnblic meeting in aid oB a Public :. Hall: is no- mean .testimony to the genertwity and ex cellent intentions of the residents. A Public Hall liaa become a necessity in snch rising, centres as. Milbrulong and Tootool. At Tootool - Mr Bolger is buildinj a hall at his own expense to fill a- public need,.* thinking pos sibly it might retnrn him . interest on bia. money at some Intnre date; Yfw admire the spirit ^ actuating both these proposals, and : trust they will botb be brpnght to a encMssfal iisas.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
^frf SHIRE OF L0C: -4RT. TENDERS. ' \ FITEXDERS nro invited, and will be \ 1 received by the undersigned up till Saturday, 3rd December, 1910, for the undermentioned -works, viz., ' v Contract 16-10, Erection of a Tiin ~ bjr Bridge over Brookong — ^ Creek, at the foot of Rui-st., ' ? Lockhart-. Tenders to bo accompanied by a v,v, * deposit of five per cent, on amount of ?, f tender. Plans and specifications may ? be seen at Shire office, Narraudera, office of Wagga Advertiser, W agga, office of Henty Observery Herity, — office of Border Morning Mai!, Al bury, and at Police station, The] Rock. \ - ?1. J. WALKER. Shire Clerk.. Shire of Lockhart. NOTICE. 'VTOTICE is hereby given that, the \ Lists of Electors for the triennial ~ \ period ending 1914 may.be inspected ? by any elector in the Shire between the First and Seventeenth Nov. inclusive at all post offices or receiv ? iutr oilices iu the shire, and at; the Police Stations at The Bock, Henty, - . Yerong Creek, aud Lockhart, also a...
THE MARVELLOUS REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
THE MARVELLOUS REMEDY. Mr. Mullin received in the mail a bright green almanack containing tho signs of the zodiac, a calendar, a few new and full moons, and some 10,000 useful bits of information. For in stance, Mr. Mullin read that the city of London boasted 8,000 churches, and beneath that he came across tho startl ing statement that shortness of breath indicated the nearness of the tomb. 'My breath has been rather short of late,' he murmured. After that, sandwiclied^n between the strength of the Japanese army and the table of feminine Christian names, he read the several statements that morning lassitude, pains in the back' and lack of ambition denoted an early grave — always unless the Soinething or-Other was taken bountifully. Mr. Mullin realised sorrowfully that all these symptoms were his, and procur ing his hat and stick he set out. At the corner he encountered old Mrs. Parrott. 'Lookin' rather glum, George,' she comforted. 'Anything ailing ?' He shook his head dolefully. 'B...
Boree. MR. ALTON'S TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
Boree. MR, ASTON'S TESTIMONIAL. A meeting was held on Wednesday evening last at the Boree Creek Hotel to arrange a testimonal to Mr A. W. j Aston, the honorary- secretary of the Boree Greek I'ar trees' Union, in recognition of his services and his good work on behalf of the Boree Cteek district Mr H. Greiner, president of the. Boree Creek Farmer's Union, occur pied the chair, and there was a re presentative attendance of district residents. Mr H. Sandersen was unanimously appointed secretary to the movement, and a strong and willing committee was formed to bring the matter under the notice of the residents. The Committee includes Messrs tf. Greiner, S. Davenport, G. Gane, R. Hamblin, A. Moffat, J. Liwrjnce, and H. Sandeivon. Messrs Carroll and Greiner headed the subscription list with £1 Is each. The Committee will meet again after the farmers' union meeting on Monday, December 5th. The meeting decided to give the surrounding farmers' unions win had benefited by the new railway the ...
The Bush Fire Brigade. A LIVELY MEETING, £28 SUBSCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
Tlie Bush Fire Brigade. A LIVELY MEETING. . ?- -£28 SUBSCRIBED. ' After the^farmers* -union meeting, there was held a meeting of tbe Mil* brnlong Bush Fire Brigade. Mr H. Qbit was yoted to t|ie etairi .Hr . Gavin Low was unanimously! elected hon. secretary. There was a very large attendance, embracing those mentioned in connection with the farmers'' meeting. Mr Bolger was also present. The meetintr heard with pleasure the secretary's statement of the previous year's working, and noted with satisfaction ? that there was a small credit balance from last year. It was decided to open a subscrip tion list iii the room, and almost everyone present promised subscrip tions ranging from a few shillings to a pound. Several gentlemen present generously promised £1, and alto gether the sum of £28 17s 7d was reached. Mr August Kraus-, Stoney Park, promised the brigade the use of his cart . at any time it was required. Quotations for the supply of a fire cart was read from two mer chants, and it ...
DISTRICT NEWS. Milbrulong Farmers' Union. AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. SUBSTANTIAL PROMISES TOWARDS A PUBLIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
DISTRICT NEWS, Milbrulong Farmers' Union. ? :o: ? AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. SUBSTANTIAL PROMISES ' TOWARDS A PUBLIC HALL. -. A meeting of tlie Milbrulong Farmers' Union was held on Wednes day, Nov. 16, 1910. , The President, Mr G, Low, presided and there were also present Messrs E. Lynch, W. 'Westman, E. Mickam, W. Rogers, P. Walsh, F. Scliii'mer, E. Newman, A. G. Krause (Fairlight),. G. Cornell, O. Ludwig, G. H. Bender, A. Smith, F. Gollasch, T. Ilctt, H. Obst, W. Ryan, A. Molkentein, J. Wurtz, P. Carroll, H. Heinricli, Alf. Cornell and F. Irish (lion. sec.). New Members. Messrs H. Bauer, D. Eraser, A. Frazer, F. Purtzell, H. Heinrich, G.; Cornell, J. Malone and H. Molken-. tein were proposed . and accepted as new members. Mr A. Smitji inayod and Mr H. Obst seconded that tlie minutes of last meeting be received and adopted. — Carried. Leasing the Gx*ain Shed. - Correspondence was read, includ ing a letter from Mr Connery, station master, Lockhart, offering the Union the use of the s...
Local Items. Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
Local Items. Sale. Mr W. Day will conduct a sale of office fui'niture, etc., for Messrs Hen rickson aud Knutson on Saturday next. Wheat Buying. . ' .Mr W. J.: Chambers 1 announces ? that he has been appiointed to pur chase wheat for Messrs IJalgety and Go. in tliig district. A Visitor. Miss Redman, sister of the Rev. H. L. Redman, Methodist minister, is at present spending a month's holiday in this district and is the guest of Mr and Mrs James Gilmour. Dalgety 's Horse bale. \ie Ilore informs us that he is taking aii exceptionally fine draft' of horses to the above sale. It ift not. too* late to include others;, as the draft will not leave until Saturday niorning next at 8 o'clock. The Catholic Mission. A mission lias commenced at. the Lockhait Catholic Church conducted by the Rev' Father Cousins of the Redemptorist Order; who is reputed to be a very fine preacher;- Sei vices are held each evening and during, the day. Annual Report. . , , 'The report of Dalgety and Com pany for the ...
Wise and Otherwise, [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
Wise and Otherwise. 'Jones says he never kissed a girl in his life.' 'Is he such a liar?' 'No — he's a fool!' ? . ? ? Jones-: 'Do you live within your in come?' Brown: 'Yes, and I'n- crowded ioi space.' Romantic Maid: 'Do you believe it possible to live on love alone?' Prac tical Man : 'Oh, yes — between meals.' » ? ? 'Give me a kiss,'' he begged, for the fourth time that evening. 'You ask too much, Tom,' she replied, coyly. « ? * 'Great thing, this discovery of the ? ' 'Nothing— nothing at 'all 1 Why, I once discovered the pocket in my wife's skirt!' * ? * The vicar's daughter met Tommy ciying in the street. 'What's amiss ?' she askedj kindly. 'Why,' said Tom my, 'you're a iniss.' First Man: 'Is your daughter pop ular?' Second Man: 'Well, i don't want to boast, but fifteen young men are teaching her to skate.' » ? * Landlady: 'Yes, I must confess I have a weakness for coffee.' Boarder: 'It must be sympathetic. The cof fee has the same quality.' ? ? ? Prunella: 'She is a delightful ...
New, Odd, Interesting. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
jNev, Odd, Interesting. A, boy's hair grows at half the rate of a girl's. Most -spiders have poisonous tangs, but few ~ are dangerovs to human beings. Many an Arab lady never leaves her house from the time she is mar ried until her death. 'Some of our largest passsenger steamers can be converted into armed cruisers in thirty, hours. When a fish has lost any- oi its scales, by a wound or an abrasion, they are never renewed. The beat isinglass comes from Rus sia. It is made from the giant stur geon, which inhabits the Caspian Sea. In the civilised countries ot the world sixty per cent, of persons over ten years of age have to work for a living. An eminent physician of Berlin as serts that t!i«r craving for intoxicants can be cured by eating raw apples at every meal. An oak-tree uoar Paisley, Scotland, known as Wallace's Oak, is credited with being more than seven hundred years of age. There are eight olive trees on the Mount of Olives, near Jerusalem, which were known to have been flo...
ALMOST SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
ALMOST SUCCESSFUL. -'?'v ? 1 -v. ,r . ? Thi* world ;is M: pf people who are-almost successful; Hiere is a man who is almost a lawyer, but not (quite ; here is another who is almost a physician, but is neither a good druggist, a good surgeon, nor a good dispenser. Another man is almost a clergyman, or about half way between a farmer/or a trades man, and a clergyman. Another is almost a teacher, but not quite com petent to take charge of a school or 'an academy. We meet, every day, people who are almost something, but just a little short of it. If these people undertake anything,' they never quite finish 'it'; they never quite complete j their courses at school.; they never quite learn a trade or profession. They always manage to stop just short of suc cess. We encounter . people every where who are almost happy, al most philosophical, almost religious yet never ? belong to any class or sect. - They never know just where they stand; they are not quite any thing. ' 'Almost' is a danger...
TACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
TACT. To some extent, tact is an inbred quality, like an eye for colour or an ear for music; but it can also to a great degree he imparted by a mother who makes a partner of her daughter in the management of 'her house. The memory of her moth er's tact has come back to many a girl in after life, and has been of un told use to her in the management not only of house and servants, but of husband, children and acquaint ances.
AN INTERESTING RELIC. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
AN INTERESTING RELIC. ( There is - in the - White House a desk which could tell a most inter esting story, had it a .tongue,' The wood from which it is made has known the Arctic cold, has made a mysterious voyage, the details of which will never be known, add has twice formed the gift of one na tion to another. ' The history ot this desk; . in short, ..is as follows : H. M.S. .Resolute was .fitted out to go in Search of the ill-fated ex pedition- of^Sir John .Franklin; The vessel, in its turn, was abandoned. In 1855, more than a year later, the George Henry, , an American vessel, commanded by Captain J. M. Buddington, sighted, in the icy Arctic sea, a ship towards which he drifted for five days. When the vessel was seven miles off, he sent a detachment of men across the ice to investigate. They found that the vessel was the lost Resolute. For one year and four months no human foot had'trod the decks. In that time the ship had made a self-directed voyage of over' 1,000 miles. The hol...
AN ARISTOCRATIC BEGGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
AN ARISTOCRATIC BEGGAR. Even a beggar may have pride — at least in Mexico. At a railroad station in that' country, says Mr. W. E. Carson in his book, 'Mexico,' he noticed, standing a little removed from the motley throng of mendicants, a melancholy looking Mexican, wearing a rather battered brown felt sombrero, his limbs encased in skin-tight trousers of thin grey cloth, adorned with numerous patches. Over his shoul ders was ax bright red blanket. He was strumming away at an old fashioned mandoline and singing some mournful Spanish song. Catching sight of me, he stopp ed playing and lifted his sombrero. I went out on the car platform and handed him five cents. To my as tonishment he politely declined my humble offering. 'Senor,' said he, in choice Spanish, with some emotion, 'you must - pardon me for being unable to accept your gift, butrl am a ten cent beggar, senor, and never, nev er accept a smaller gratuity.' Drawing himself up with an air of pride, he continued : 'I shall be ho...
CHILDREN'S APPETITES [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
CHILDREN'S APPETITES To promote children's appetites there is no better plan that to give them plenty of outdoor exercise, fun and frolic, make them regular in their habits, and diet only upon plain, nourishing food, and they will seldom, if ever, complain of a lack of appetite. Never, however, keep them over-tasked in school, or con fine them closely to' the house after school hours and frown down any attempt at play. If children are fed upon rich or highly seasoned foods, nuts, etc., or allowed to eat between meals, it is hopeless to ex pect them to -have an appetite for their proper meals. Don't allow them to study - too much, and es pecially keep them from reading the ' penny dreadful.' Sickness is the most expensive nuisance in the world, and although' there may be cases where it makes people or chil dren better, it generally rfiakes them selfish and misanthropical, mean and miserable.' The best way to make children happy and good is to keep them well; - .
PHOTOGRAPHING A FIREWORK DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
PHOTOGRAPHING A FIRE WORK DISPLAY. The photography of a good fire work show is comparatively simple, although the result is often extra ordinarily effective. A stand cam era is the most convenient form of apparatus for the purpose, as the exposure must be longer than the camera could be held steadily in the hand. If a hand camera only is available, then it must be placed on a suitable support. The stand camera must be marked for 'in- finity' before use for this purpose, as one is not able generally to focus on the fireworks themselves. This is easily done by turning the lens on some distant object, focusing it as sharply as possible, and then racking the lens a trifle nearer to the plate, just as far as it will go. in fact, without perceptibly impair ing the definition. A scratch may then be made on the base board with a snarp Knne 10 snow mc ex tension, so that at any time the camera can be opened out to the same place without refocusing. When the night comes and the display takes ...
Cookery. Orange-ice. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
Cookery. Orange-lee. Make a syrup of boiling four cupfuls of water and two cupfuls of sugar 20 minutes. Add two cupfuls of orange juice, on© fourth of a cupful of lemon juice, and the grated rind of two orang os. Cool, strain and freeze, using three parts of finely crushed ice to one part of rock salt. Orange Ice-Cream. Mix one cupful of thick cream and one cupful of this cream ; then add slowly two cupfuls of orange-juice, and sugar to sweeten. Freeze, using three parts of finely-crushed ice to one part of rock salt. Orange ice-cream is at its best when sorved in glasses with strawberries or other fresh fruit mash ed and sweetened. Raspberry Jelly. Put some freshly-gathered raspber ries into an earthenware mortar with a third of their quantity of red cur rents and some pounded sugar. Mash them well. Put in a little water, run this through a jelly bag, and stir in some melted cold isinglass — about ioz. to the quart. Fill the moulds and set in a cool place. To Prevent Cheese From Ge...
The Camera. [?] MEYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
The Camera. ? ' ? '' WcTfAR.12— ntl,M'r I Those who work the carbon, gum, or similar processes, in which it is not possible to judge the progress of printing by looking at the print itself, find when a number of frames are to be put out at once that the cost of a separate meter for each is prohibitive. A most eilective meter can be made by exposing a I plate, at about eight feet distance, to the light of a candle in the dark room, closing the shutter of the dark slide half an inch at a time, so that the plate receives two, four, eight, sixteen, thirty-two, sixty four, and one hundred and twenty eight seconds respectively. It should then be developed until a fairly vigorous negative results, and then fixed, washed, and cut up into strips an inch wide. Strips of P.O.P. exposed under one of these strips will be found to give a trustworthy indication of the extent to which printing has been carried.
Mr. Wragge's Real. Forecast. NO PROPHESY OF SEVERE DROUGHT. A PRACTICAL PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910
Mr. Wragge's Real Fore cast. ?. | NO- PROPHESY OF SEVERE drought; A PRACTICAL PRAYER. Some remarks attributable to Mr Clement. L. Wragge, whose name as a nieteoivligist, is known tlie. world ?over; by a- -Melbourne paper a short while ago 'east. a gloom.' .is the death notices say. over the farmers and pastorahsis of Australia. But- it M ?. VV ? ? ri;,-l n,vf. co v what' he is said to have said, so the otho;- ?'?'?iiioi'uing- .-he set. himself right with tho'^e gmit'enioii who follow the cult, o! tho 1 :? 1 1 1 1 , sheep. horse; --or; c nv, as a profession, and with the country generally. Said the big chief weather prophet, between pipe- putts mid re-lights to -a Sydney repoiler: — 'A few weeks ago L gave a forecast io ine .Mel bourne ; Aiie,' and staled that be t-ween 1910 and 1915. or at the utmost 191(5, tlie rainfall in' Austra lia as a whole would fall below the average. Such is understood by the word 'droughi,' r jinembering that drought, meteorologically understood, means pre...