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LORD KELVIN'S RELIGIOUS VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

LORD KELVIN'S RELIGIOUS VIEWS. ? .A ? The scientific man in looking at matter, wondering what it will do, thinking over the results of certain combinations which he can impose upon it, declares that there is some thing beyond a mass of dead mat ter. His very thought is in itself a contradiction to the idea that there is nothing but dead matter. Science can show that what we see in the world of dead matter and of life is not a result of fortuitous atoms. St. Peter speaks of scoffers who said that ' 'all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation','' but affirms himself that 'all these things shall be dissolved.' It seems to me that even physical science absolutely demonstrates the scientific truth of these words. In 'science; as in morals and politics, there is no periodicity. Whatever we prophesy of the future, it will be Unlike the past. Everything is in a state of evolution and progress. The science of dead matter, which has been my chief life study, is strenu...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARE OF THE HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

CARE OF THE HANDS. . . Never cut the cuticle round the ; nail, as is too frequently done, but j press it down with an orange wood stick. Pumice should never be used on the hands. A bit of lemon will answer the same purpose without ? 1 * ? . _ 1 ? ? .. ? 1 ? 1 ? 1 maKing ine lingers ruugn anu cui loused, as the pumice does. ? To whiten the hands, rub them first with lemon-juice and afterwards with dry salt/ This is specially good when after preserving the hands are stained with fruit. After the application of lemon-juice and salt, they should be rinsed immedi ately in lukewarm water, and well dried. A good emollient for nails may be made by heating together one ounce each of spermaceti, olive oil, oil of sweet almonds, and ? ten drops of oil of geranium or lav ender. This makes a soft cream that the fingers may be dipped and held in.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KINDNESS AND SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

KINDNESS AND SYMPATHY. Human kindness and sympathy are more common virtues than many of up seem to suspect, but we come into touch with them only when we have made our lives open to them, when we are looking for them. The maf.fpr r1nf-s nnf. ct.nn hnwevAr for one of the most effective ways of cultivating these desirable traits in others, especially the young, , is to act as if we expected to find them there, writes one who is studying humanity in a scientific search for facts. He has found the new, old truth that, is 'repeated again and again in Scripture, history, and ex perience, and yet which each one of us must learn for himself or never know it at all. The world is a land of echoes, and the message we call to it comes back to us from every side. In very truth we get out of life what we put into it.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESERVATION OF GOLD CHAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

PRESERVATION OF GOLD CHAINS. Persons who carry a gold watch chain will notice that the chain will lengthen in time, and. often after years of carrying, the chain will gain so that it will be double in length. The links will wear thin where they rub, and the chain will stretch. To prevent this to some extent is very simple. A chain will gather dust and dirt between the' links, and if not removed these will grind away' the gold where the links join, weak ening :_the;links and permitting' them to stretch with the weight of the chain. A chain should therefore be cleaned thoroughly once a week by washing in water and ordinary white soap. Perfumed or scented soap should be avoided, as it often con tains sulphur, which will tarnish the gold. Add a little ammonia to suds, and brush the chain thorough ly. When clean rinse off in water. If the chain is now rinsed in-alcohol all the soap will be removed, and it may then be dried in clean sawdust or with a linen cloth. The same method as given ...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REVOLVING HARROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

REVOLVING HARROW. ? 1 ? A new revolving harrow has been added to the long list of agricultural implements; ^Instead ;pf r the knives being dragged through the soil with the ordinary harrow, they revolve like a wheel.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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THE ORIGIN OF NURSERY RHYMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

THE ORIGIN OF NURSERY RHYMES. 'Three Blind Mice' is in a music book of 1609. 'Little Jack Hor ner' is older than the seventeenth century. 'A Froggie would A Wooing Go' was composed in 1650. 'Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, where have You Been?' dates from tne reign ot^yuqen tuizaDetn. ine.' author of 'Cinderella,' 'Jack the Giant-killer;' ;'Blue Beard,' and 'Tom Thumb' was ..Charles Par rault, a Frenchman, and the fairy stories were written in 1697. 'Boys and Girls, Come out to Play' dates from Charles II. 'Old Mother Hub bard,' 'Goosey, Goosey Gander,' and 'Old Mother Goose,' were first published in the sixteenth cen tury. 'Humpty-Dumpty' was a bold, bad Baron who lived in the days of King John, and was tumbl ed from power. 'The Babes of the Wood' was founded on an actual crime committed in the fifteenth century. An old house in Norfolk is still pointed out upon a mantel shelf in which the entire history is carved.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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School of Arts. New Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

_ School of Arts. flew Books. TFe following new books have been received at the School of Arts : — r Australia — -Foster Fraser. . The Depot ilaster—^J. C.- Lincoln. The Peer and f lic Woman — Oppen- he'im. Daisy's Aunt — F. E. Beuson. The Osbornes — F. E. ]3enson. La vision — Jolui Oxeiiham. The Green House. — Chambers. * r Simon tlie Jester — W. J. Locke. ? Brothers — Vaohell. The Other Side — Yachell. The'Dop Doctor — R. Dehan. Baraca's Daughter — Foreman. . Fair Lies — Ethel Turner. The ;Wan Who Drove the Car- — Pemberton. The. Girl in the Case — R. Barr. Alisa Paige — Chambers. Fame— Croker. The Wild Olive. The Ramrodders — H. Day. The Butterfly Man — UcCutcheon. Lady' Molly of Scotland Yard— B. Orczy. The Danger Trail— Grurwood. Thersonal Conduct of Belinda — E. H. Brainerd. The Other Side of the Lantern — Sir Frederick Treves. The 0' Fly nn's — J. H. McCarthy. Alise of Artra — II. Watson. A, Splendid Hazard— McGrath. The Fortune Hunter — Dance.

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PRIMITIVE TELEPHONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

PRIMITIVE TELEPHONES. Writing from German Africa, a tourist says: — 'We found here in the dense forest, among people who know nothing of modern scientific discoveries, a good and practical wireless telephone. The natives have tor purposes of ceremony, peaceful and warlike, drums of vari ous dimensions made of wood, and these, when beaten, emit sounds of about an octave in range. Aside from the ceremonies the drums are used also as means of communica tion. We had a proof of it one day. Our caravan was ready to star* when our head servant stopped sud . denlyjn'this- workx-Ustened . intently , and then gave unmistakable signs of pleasure. We learnt later that the indistinct sounds conveyed to him the news that a boy had been born to his brother in a neighboring village.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

-J)fir-nrf rnen^ 'IVxatioii, Pydnev. LJixemocr, ll-10. IN T11E MAT'l L-ii OF 'IIIE ?' LAND AND INCOJMi: TAX ASSESSMENT . ' ACT OK IS!'-- A D THE ACTS AMENDING THE SAME. q^rOTlCE is hereby given, under section 30 of the ' Land awl - : Income Tax Assessment Act of 1895,.' that Returns of -...Income received during tho rear 1S10 for the pur ' poses o£ the assessment of Income Tax -lor the _yesr 191 l iU'e- required to be ?furnished to the Commissioner.* of -Taxation, at their -ofIice, r Georgs sta\:et North, Sydney, on or before l lie iTonrth .day, :of , February, 191,1, mid all persons who are in receipt of incoiiie. and all pei sons liable under ' : the provismns of t ibe aboveiAcls. in .?? nn v HvprSseutativc * uipacity to ; 1 ur riish i-ei urns for : tiie;pui;pos*cs afore ' said, are :-hei'ebyj.-dnronncd-;.tli»t;:.lhc ' piviseri ! icd Forms; o £' K c turns -ire now. available- and ? {_cxcepfc those. for C oni - - -panics)' may be obtained on applica tion at any Post Ofiicc, Police ...

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HUGE SPIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

HUGE SPIDERS. One of the commonest spid ers found in Trinidad is the big house spider whose body is as large round as a penny, and whose, eight hor rible legs spread themselves .out to a circumference the size^of a cheese plate. For months at a, time these spiders, husband and wife, will live irreproachably together in a chosen corner of a cupboard or ceiling, where they stay during the hours of daylight, the wife' clasping her white egg-case to her body by her forelegs. After dark, when they hunt, they run all over the house ; for they spin no web, but get their living honest ly, catching cockroaches by sheer fleetness of foot, and in the quiet stillness of the night you may some times actually hear one crunching its prey. They are seldom disturbed or killed, partly because it is unlucky to kill any spider, partly because of their very considerable running powers, and finally because more spiders means fewer cockroaches.

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Shire Elections. CANDIDATES NOMINATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

Shire Elections. CANDIDATES NOMINATED. j .The following is the official list, of ? nominations for the Lockhart Shiire ( Council Elections A Riding. -- Mr Walter Day, J.P . , Thomas Guest, J.P.* ' ' ? „ Arthur Slocnm* ' . v William J. Watson Mr Kenneth S^ittider^ '-was an ? . nounced as a candidate buifc nomi nation paper was ruot rgc«iT ed. 13 Riding. , Mr Alex. Firaser* ., 11. 13.. Normaa^' „ Maurice CanroUl \.. V-~ ? j) William Bblling; - - - ? ., J. B. Sihnell: ?????';? „ J.. Sharpies ? . „ A.'llutchingSi . „ W. Weedon. . ' - - „ W. Weotmrm V CI. RidTngc - Mr V-'. S*. lst-owne, JlP.'?* . A Ivi.'i-t JSiilenstein*' „ J. Liunrnu* ?' „ A. HeOeoch , I v * Denotes previous Ctoocillor. ] - Nominations closed cn- Thars'la^l at 5 p.m. r.ud the ofjcial nominatiawj as above 'were published on Friday^ I

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WHEN THE DUTCH DIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

WHEN THE DUTCH DIE. A Dutch funeral is a very solemn affair, and the hearse itself looks very gruesome, for on each corner of the canopy are placed :n relief white -skulls and crossbones. In some of the older towns in Holland it is generally the custom for a de parted's relatives to employ two men dressed in deep mourning to call at all the principal houses. These kind gentlemen solemnly inform the occupants that So-and-so is dead. It is DutcH etiquette on this occasion to say 'Thank you!' for the infor mation; but to the English mind it is hardly comfortable — especially when you have not the slightest idea who the imfortunate individual is who had gone to the better land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

: If you send' 3/- The Review will be sent to your address post free for one quarter. The quarter may cowmeucu at any time. ' Half a Century's Experience. For a Straight Fair go with the nccessary imsh behind it, cb!uiii your store supplies from _ T. Edmondson & 60., THE STERLiWG STOREKEEPERS, Gurwo!)t! Street, WAGGA. 'PHoNE 2. The Railway Hotel. ' LOeKHflRT. - j Joe Blight, late of Hay and Wagga Drinks delightfully invigorating as we stock only the best Ales, Wines and Spirits. .Accommodation Al. Spacious Courtyard and Fernery. $3^* Specially prepared Luncheon for railway passengers on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays on arrival of trains. What Mr Fisher didn't see in South Africa. Tanks equal to Gray's \ . Flour Bins (patented) equal to Gray's Windmills equal to Gray's v C onsequently we anticipate opening up a trade with South Africa, and in the mean time we have laid ourselves to promptly deliver our sterling goods to any part of the Riveiina. JACK GRAY, THE CHEAPEST PLAC...

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A PIONEER OF AVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

A PIONEER OF AVIATION. In the 'Journal des Seavans' of December, 1678, is an interesting ac count of the invention of a locksmith of Sable, in the Department of Maine. It had four wings for flying. The machine consists of two ' bat ons,' which have at each end an ob lonp- chassis of taffeta, the chassis bending itself from top to bottom like folding shutters. The inventoi does not claim that the machine will raise himself a great distance from the ground, nor that it will keep him long in the air, because there is some fault in the requisite force and swift ness rf the wings, but he is assured that his machine would carry him across a river of considerable width, he having made several attempts at various altitudes. The account goes on to say that if this machine is not perfected~by its inventor, those who come after will be under obligations to him.

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The Farmer. FIRST CALVING AGE OF THE HEIFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

The Farmer. - iFIRST CALVING AGE OF' THE .. HEIFER. This is a question that is very much discussed, as the heifer's age - at the arrival of the first calf is often thought to have a good or bad influ ence through all her time. There is said to be danger in breeding at too : early an age, as this will contract de ? « ? t- ? i ? i_. ? x ? :n_ veiopmeius, uoin in uuuy anu aiuik., in subsequent years; but the idea can be carried to extremes. The . cream of all the dairy farmers in England are exhibitors at- the Lon don Dairy Show. Many of the best and most productive herds in the country are represented, and it would be gainful to many to inquire into the proceedings of these successful men. Many details, of course, are not re vealed at the shows ; but some, state ments are published that are worth studying, and an immense amount of evidence can be collected as to what age the heifer should bring her first calf. All the heifer classes are for ani ?mals under three years,' and keen compe...

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OLD MADE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

OLD MADE NEW. Tlie next time you prepare to throw away a batch of old gloves cut off the tops, especially of the long ones, and put them neatly in a special box where they wIIJ be found easily. The pieces can be utilised for many purposes. They may be made handy for iron holders. The soft side of a glove top makes an excellent polisher for nickel or toi let silver. Part of an old glove should be kept with the cleaning brushes of a typewriter, and the metal of the machine will keep bright by its aid. When the gloves are suede ones antT not too dirty, cut them into two-inch squares or round. Buttonhole the edges with coloured silk and join two pieces to gether at one edge. -The result is convenient polishers for eyeglasses which children will delight in mak ing. Children can also prepare watch cases made of chamois, or grey, tan, or any other coloured suede. Anyone who indulges in such gay gloves as purple, blue, deep rose, and green can use the tops of long gloves to make attrac tive...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS LOCKHART PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS Lockhart Presbyterian Church, First Sunday in the month— Lockliart. 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.ui; ; Galore (Mr. A, Slocum's) 3 p.m. ?Third Sunday — Osborne 11 a.m , Mitta ^ong, 3 p m;, Lockhart 7.30 p.m. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

The Hive of Local Industry. J Gilmour, . The old Jutchtr and Baker Is still ailv« The Pirst. Butcher's and Baker's shop at Lockhart. J Prime Meat Supplied. Sausages and all Small Goods a Speciality Our Plain and Eancy Bread is unsurpassed. All orders Punctually attended to. Telephone No. 10, Lockhart;-- - 3 DOORS FROM J. W. DICKSON'S - Chas Wheatley (SUCCESSOR TO MR. W. JFNNINGS) Baker & Cash Grocer. — —o — - — We are First-Class Bakers and Caterers. Our bread is an Ideal Sustainer of Lit*-' during the hot weather and the strain of Harvest Time ^ ? ' ; A Big Variety of Provisions & Fresh Tinned Foods. 'We solicit your patronage and a good word amongst your friends The Workmanship and the Variety to commend the attention of all requir ing Saddlery of any kind. ? ? ? ? :0: ? ' ? First=class Harness Preserves and Dressings. . Large and Small Orders Equally 'Well Attended to IL. SALENS, Saddler ? ?' ; . . ? ? ? - * i ^ LOCKHART IN FULL SWING. : The Sydney Wool Sales arc ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Parish of Lockhart. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

. Church op England. Parish of Lockhart. ... : 1st Sunday in tlie month — Lockhart, Matins and Holy Communion at 11 a.m. Brookong, 8 p.m. 2nd Sunday — Mittagong, at 11 a.m.; Osbornorat 3 p.m. ; Lockhart, 7.30. . 3rd Sunday — Lockhart, 8 a in., celebra tion ; Boroe Creek serv.ee at 3 p.m. ; Lock* hart, 7.30 p;m'. ? 4tlr Sunday — Lockhart, ^Matins and Litany, 11 a.m. ; Osbqrnp, 3 p.ifl. ; Lock hart. 7.30 , ' . : '? - - 6fch Sunday, when ? occurring — Osborne and Boree Creek alternately, 11 a.m.; l^okhart, 7.3Q.

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LOCKHART CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 17 January 1911

Lockhart Catholic Church. Mass. will be celebrated as follows : — Mount Cavniol, Lbckhait, ever/ 1st and 3rd Sundays at 8 and 10 a.m. St. Fiacre's, Urana, every 2nd and 4th Sunday, at 11 a.m. St. Ita's, Urangeline, every 5tli Sunday, when occurring, at ] 1 a.m. ' : ' Rev. P. Hankaiian.

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