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The New Time-table. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
The New Time-tab |e. The followiug is the time table be The Rock and Mucra : Mail, ?pm. SYDNEY ... : ... dep. +10.5 ':4r . . a.m. The Rock . ... ... arr. 10.3 Mondays, Wednes - days: and Fridays. t l Mixed. „ ? \ ... dep. 10.20 Tootool /.?? ., a 10.41 Frenc Paik... , ... „ all.l Milbrulong ... '' r- ~ j.. „ 11.22 Napier ... , „ all.45 ' 'C* Pm Lockhart ... - arr. 12.0 „ ... ' dep 12 45 Long P.uk ... ' ...'7 ??? » al.10 Boree Creek ... * ...' „ 1.35 Mucra '... ? *-r.. air. 2.20 Lixed. ' Tuesdays, Timrsdays and Saturdays. ? i, p,m, MUCRA ... ? ? dpp, 12.50 Bflrep Creefc ... i, .» 1.14 LansPapk .,. .t ' : „ al.44 Lookhai*-- ... ... ...' arr. 2.15 „ ? '...' ... ... 1 dep. 2.45 Napier ... ... ' r . a2.57 Milbrulong ... ...t ? W.. , „ 3.17 French Park ... ... . ... ,, a3.4l Tootool ... ... ... .. » a3.59 The Rock ...- ... ... on. 4.30 : , . Mail. ? Week-days. „ ... ... ... dep. 4.52 Sydney ... .u m art. *6.10
Presbyterian. The Rock Charge. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
Presbyterian. The Rock Charge. Fil'jt Sunday. — Cr03S Roads, 11 a.m., The Rock, 3 p.m., Uranquinty, 7.30 p.m. Second Sunday — The Rock at 11 a.m., Cross Roads 3 p.m., Sandy Creek (at Mr A. Snodgrass') 7.30 p.m. Third Sunday. — Sandy Creek, 11 a.m., Tootjol, 3 p.m., The Rock, 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday — Cross 1'oads 11 am., Uranquinty (Public Hall) 3 p.m., The
Shire Council. The Last Meeting of the Old Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
Shire Council. ? ? ? ? ! The Last Msatiurj of the Old Council. j The inou.h'y uiei'ting of the Ijuj'k liart Shire Council was held on Wednesday. The Prosidi:ni (Cr A. Eulenstein) presided and the other coan^illors present were : — ilessrs J. ! Bunyaii, W. S. Browne. A. Slocum. j II T? Mc.i'mcn T .1 rino^r 'W Dtw. I A. Eraser, and E. Lyneh The Shire j Engineer (Mr IT. Ji. Connell) and ] the Sliiro Clerk ( it r R. 'J. Walker) were also present-. Correspondence. 'New Lamb ton Municipality aslced that lho Minister for Works ba asked that an additional clause _be inserted i in an ;in; ending Local Government Act to enable councils and shires, on n, vote of the ratepayers, to establish Fire Insurance Funds, Coal. Timber and Brick Yards. — !So action. ~ Bullenbong Biidge Work. The ^'itchcll Shire Council wrote statiiig that the}' were willing t-j co operate with the Lockhart Council in terms of their letter on October 10. 1910. ' j Tho.Clerk,taid it was very uusatis-J factory. It was Tiude...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
\ OF LOCKHART. - i ' 'VTOTICE is hereby given, in nc - c -rdance with Ordinance 7 (7] , / - - -that ROBERT JAMES WALKEU ? of Lockhart. Shire Clerk. lms bee appointed RETURNING OFF ICE I , ' for tiie Election*. to be'hcll on 28ti ' January, 191 L. ^ Dated .'it Lrckhar! f 1« is 2nd * * _ clay of January. 1911. ^ .V' ' R. J. WALKER, ' L'x;kha''t, S'liire Ckik. a-j- ' / 2nd January. IT': 1. . ; SHIRE OF LOCKHART. r ROBERT J AMISS \7A LKEH ; ? ? ?*--, Eofurnijig Osiiser fen; the Shir or . Lockhart, do hereby* appoin HENRY GUST.WU3 CO N.N' KLI of Lock hiii i-. Shir;; Engineer. to I) SUBSTITU L'E RE I URN-1NG OF FIOER, for the Elections, to be hel ' - on 28th January, 1011. / r. j: WALK EE, ' ' Av Lockhart. Returning Ollicer. : 2nd January. 101 i. grV-7S'^.L.'-.-S)iiRE OF LOCHHART. TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS. 'VTO TICK is hereby given tout th XI Triennial Elections for th _ ' E!eciii-n of Councillors fur the Shir of Lnckharo will be liehl v it hi . . : ^ v. - the Shire oil Saturday, the 28!h Day ...
THE WHEAT MARKET. Sydney, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
T If E WHEAT- MARKET. . Svdnev, Monday. Private cables stale that wheat clorcd quieter in London on Saturday. Fairly large quantities of New South VViiIes new grain are offering to Syd ney, but farmers, millers and shippers seem unable to 'bridge the difference of a Id a bushel I, which separates buyers and sellers. Quotations — New wheat, buyers ou milling ac count at 3s 2^d, country railway sta tion, or equal to 3s 7id, Sydney; sellers, 3s 8J.
The Markets. COMPARISON OF PRICES. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
The Market^. COM L1 A It [C O N' O F PRICES. Sydney, Saturday. G raiu, pei bushel 1910- 1909. 1908. -s-d. ? s d s .d Wheat . . ..3 8 ... 4 0 ... 2 9|. White oats ...!r.'2_ 8; ... 2 G ... 2 9. Q.t'il- poi-v( on . s, -s-tSrun '4' r 3.. 'J 10... 5. '0:1 Pollard i 0 . 5 0...G 0'! Foraue per ton .. Chaff. ? 4 10.. .4 5. ..4 15 Oaten hay... ,8 15.-..3 15.. .6 10 Derrick straw 2. 15. ..3 0...2 17 - Lucerne ? 6 .'O-.-.tJ Q...3 11 Vegetables pet Ion — Potatoes . 8 0 0 0 G 0 Onions ? 3 IS.-^G -:0::.G 0 Dairy — i ^- Butter per cwfc 4 10.. .4 15. ..4 1G
American Humour. WHY HE WAS EXCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
American Humour. W ? WHY HE WAS EXCLUDED. A friend of Mr. James Whitcomb j Riley tells of an occasion when liii: humorist, who usually dislikes social ' . functions, was inciuccd to attend a 'literary' dinner in Indianapolis, giv- - - - - en in honour of one of the novelists . _ : who live there. Mr. Riley, says a ^ writer in the Kansas City 'Times,' N f- had been told to take into dinner a ' but not literary. - The conversation touching upon the beauties of Chaucer, about whom a , certain set o; -he city was then culti- v ~ ' vatrng a fad, a spirited discussion en- _ sued, during- which the bewildered - - y sister caught from time to time only the name 'Chaucer.' At last she . , whispered to Riley: 'Who is this Mr. Chaucer they're ? I talking so much about? Is he very I popular in society?'*' J 'Madam,' solemnly responded Ril- _ „ I cy, 'that man did something that for ever shuts himself out of society. *_ ? ? ? — ' i J 'Mercy!' exclaimed the worthy wo man. 'What was it?' 1 'He die...
A COSTUME FOR NYMPH STUDIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
A COSTUME FOR NYMPH STUDIES. 'An easy way to make such a dress is to take two pieces of forty four-inch material about sixty inch es in length ; one of these should be cut in two diagonally, and joined one on each side of the straight un cut piece. Let the widest parts come at tne 1001 10 iorm uvo guiw, so that the bottom of the skirt is a good deal wider than the upper part. This makes the front of the dress. Cut another length about seventy inches for the back, and join front and back together, so that the only seams will be at the sides, for these are rather inclined to show. Cut the bottom even, and turn up about three inches for the hem, which can be embroidered, stencilled, or made of patterned ma terial. Put some short sleeves in, and cut an opening of ten inches down the middle of the back or front and draw up at the neck with a ribbon, or pleat into a velvet band
RECIPE FOR MOUNTING PASTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
RECIPE FOR MOUNTING PASTE. A useful formula for preparing a solid mounting paste with dextrine as the base is as follows : Best white dextrine, 1 pound; cold water, q.s. to make a stiff paste; water, ten ounces; oil of wintergreen, one fluid cjracnm. mix uie ucximn; «mu «-?- ter together in small quantities of each to get a homogeneous mass ; dilute with the ten ou.ices of water, add the oil, and just bring the whole to the boil, when it should be like clear gum. Pour into pots, cover up, and in twelve to twenty-four hours it will have set to a hard white paste of great adhesive power
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
Local and General. ? Mi-. (J. Jv. ,s ileii. tl m i - I i.-t, will visit | (Jrana 'on ;M..-iiday,' t he lot h i;isf.,int. | Mr'* Hob ' Mi'idie'l, sdn^of Mrand Mrs Mitchellf'of brangalinf', who has b.ien for sonic lime in Dr Hamilton's hospital is, we are glad to say con valescent, and. was able to return h in ; yesterday. * ,. Gaston Bros. - celebrated One Way Disc Cultivator and ' Stump Jump 1'lows. — - W. -J.,. Chambers. Lockhart, agent. — Advi. Try TOG f-ir any, book- that, is ad vertised else .\ here, -mi I. I w isl pro cure it for you'at ithe-lowest price. — Urowngedgc, - C.ish ^Bjokstall and Cycle Depot.. J. - . ' M.U:;I.O.O.F; ; . At the half-yearly meeting of Loval Lo jkhart Lodge, '.'J., I 0.0 F , held on V/e^iK-sd-fiy last, th 3 following ofHeej;,j....w-ere . 'e'e^t ^difor, Ihc ensuing half-year N .G-;,-:Bro.:,L'..';A . Webb- : V.G.j Uro. G. Moncrieff ; 'E.S'., Broi E. G. Triglone ; Guardian, Bro. B. Schneider ; Conductor, ' Bro. A. Schmidt ; 'Warden, Bro. A. Webb ; R.S.N. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
Mu : (' WOOL & PRODUCE SALES. Yopxnnas^ v-x':»- now -and will. hold .their. ujxfc sale of Wool Sheepskins, Hides Tallow Furs, etc. FRiDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911. — liiiier/il Cash Advances riiade against consignments. Yonnghusbaml. Row and Company, Prop.. Llil . Wool broker?. A 1 bury. LOCKHART MARKET. 2,000 Sheep. Ybunabusbandv Row U ' AND CO. PTY. LTD. TT AVE pleasure in announcing ? tlieir next Lockhart Market has been fixed f: r SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1911. NYhon they will offer— 4U) 4 -tooth Meiino Wethers, 1 . . maMv . b50 2-tooth, Crossbred Wethers, 1 mark 300 2-loot;h Merino Wether.*, from . . Urangeline Creek 200 Merino Ewes, -lyrs, from A Valla Walla . 200 Crossbred ^'eaners, from ; \ Walla Walla * ' '100 Merino Ewes, 4yrs, from Mr . ' - , Sanderson. Co roe Creek -10 i'vfc Wethers, from same owner ; -- 50 Fat EwC, from same owner On account of Mr D. Mo saac, of — ~ ~ Osborne— s.'--. ? ' 175 m.erino wethers, -1 tooth. ? . 200 merino ewes, full mouth. -150 merino ewes, G and ...
THE VALUE OF A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
THE VALUE OF A FRIEND. A blessed thing it is for any man or woman to have a. friend ; one hu man soul whom we can trust utter ly; who knows the best and the worst of us, and who loves us, in spite'of all our faults; who will speak the honest truth to us, while the world flatters us to our face, and laughs at us behind our back ; who will give no counsel and reproof in the day of prosperity and selfcon ceit; but who, again, will comfort and encourage us in the day of diffi culty and sorrow, when the world leaves us alone to fight our own bat tle as we can. If we have had the good fortune to win such a friend, let us do anything rather than lose him. We must give and forgive, live and let live. If our friends have faults, we must bear with them. We must hope all things, believe all things, endure ail things, rather than lose that most precious of all earthly possessions — a trusty friend. 54 ? . ? . ? '' / /- , * vV ?? :7 -
CONVERSATION BY THE YARDSTICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
CONVERSATION BY THE YARD STICK. 0 my prophetic soul!' Marian ex claimed. 'Here comes Miss Alma Briggs !' v-' 'Who is Miss Alma Briggs?' Bea trice asked. 'I'm going to stay a month, Marian. Don't you think we ran cnctnin Micc Almn mron if ifr ic our first day together in seven years?' 'Don't ask me who she is,' Mar ian retorted. 'It isn't wise to get me started. She is a very ex cellent and useful woman, my dear, but she can kill a pleas ant conversation sooner than any body I ever saw. She kills it with her yardstick. She is a Poisoner of Fancy, a Sworn Foe to Jest, a Hered itary enemy to Sportive Ease, she — Oh, you just wait!' _ 'Hut surely you needn't fear rivalry, ' although she talks by the yard,' Beat rice protested, wickedly. 'I scorn your base insinuations, Miss Blanchard,' her cousin retorted. 'I merely point out your error. I said yardstick, not yard. Ferhaps foot rule would be more accurate — footrule. T-square, spirit-level — she is an ex- a^V. pert in the use of thern a...
The Rainfall. NEARLY 20 INCHES FOR 1910. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
The Rainfall. NEARLY 20 INCHES FOR 1910. The rainfall for the year 1910 reached 20 inches, all but 9 points, the exact total being 1991. Rain fell on 80 days of the year, Last year cbe rainfall totalled }5 jqoheq 45 points. 'The details are appended ; ' 1908. 1909. loio! January ... 75 79 293 February ... 27 79 5 March ... 19 8J. 169 April ? Ill 12} '3 May ? 10? J 0'2 gjj June ? 308 28G 363 July ... ... 94 88 311 August ... 100 291 03 September ... 242 106 254 October ... 124 105 220 November ... — 24 116 December ... 38 20 136
ROCK NEWS. The Streets. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
R0£K NSWS, The Streets. At last ! the shire council have made a start^ towards constructing a footpath for one side of the main street. Ibis much-needed improve ment will be much appreciated, in wet weather especially, and 'it is hoped the footpath wiM be continued as far as the Post Office. Annivpr.'nrv Dnv With holidays just expired it seems premature to tilk of Anniversary Day However, it is only to note that a cricket match between The Rock and Burke's Creek will take place on The Rook jnal. We hope f-he local players wjll pi,t ii; s.^nig extra practice.
A LABOR-SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
A LABOR-SAVER. A remarkable device which saves much labour has recently been in stalled at the U.S. Bureau of En graying and Printing at Washing ton. It combines several of the processes in the production of the notes and gold and silver certificates issued by the Government. 1 his one machine prints the notes and certificates, numbers them, seals them, separates the sheets into in dividual notes, counts them, and col lates them into packages ready for distribution. Such work as used to require the services of two press men and six women operatives will now be done bv one pressman and three women. The machines now introduced will result in the elimin ation of 135 employees in all, and the saving of about ^27,600 a year.
THREADING NEEDLES BY MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 10 January 1911
THREADING NEEDLES BY MACHINERY. A little machine which threads one thousand needles a minute is at work in St. Gall, Switzerland. These needles are placed afterwards in an embroidery loom fur making Swiss or Hamburg lace. I he device is al most entirely automatic. It takes the needle from a hopper, carries it along, and threads, ties in knot, cuts the thread off a uniform lengili, then carries the needlo across an open space and sticks it in a rack. The work of threading these needles was formerly done by hand, and the advance from what may be done by hand to one thousand a minute by machinery is an index of the progress of this important in dustry.