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THEN SHE HURRIED BACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

THEN SHE HURRIED BACK. Irving Berlin, the author of 'My Wife's Gone to the Country,' said at ? a dinner in New York: 'A truo 1 ppening was the inspira tion of this song. A Brooklyn woman set out for a short visit, and on her ar rival discovered that her watch, a small affair, was missing. She thought it had probably dropped 011 the thick, soft dining-room rug, so she wired to the inaid at home: 'Let me know if you find anything on the rug in dining-room.' 'A few days later she got fronty the maid a letter saying : ' 'Dear Madam. — I was to .l*1* v l know if 1 found anything on the dn 1 ing-room rug. This is what I found this morning: Three champagne corks, 13 cigar butts, 5 cigarette ends, 4 blue chips, 36 burnt matches and 1 pink slip per.' ' — 'Seattle Post Intelligencer.'

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Labor's Demands. MASTER BAKERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

Labor's Demands; MASTER BAKERS': CONFER : ENOE. ' ' ? . Mt' : J. Gilmoui', : J.P., baker of' Lockliai^t, was the representative of Lock hart- at an important meeting of the Master Bakers, ? held at Cbota muildra on the loth inst. There was a large attendance of delegates representative of the bakers of the Southern district Aid. Donald (Jameion (,'Vaggaj was voted tcr1 the chair, and was subsequently elected president and treasurer, and Mr A. Ross ( Wagga) secretary'. Tt was agreed to form a , Master Bakers' Association, and, after the appoint ment of officials the meeting dis cussed the demands of the employees ad seriatim. Many of the conditions as-set. out were considered to be quite unworkable in country towns, and it was the unanimous feeling that if they .were adopted the bakers , would, have to increase the price of bread-by Id per loaf in ordier to pro-. ; ' ' ? ? fitably work their businesses. -Four gentlemen were appointed d« repre sentatives: to -urge, a moderation of the...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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American Humour. A BURCLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

American Humour. A BURGLAR. 'John! John!' whispered. Mrs. Gidgclcy, nudging- her husband. 'What is it?' he sleepily asked. 'There's a burglar in the house.' 'What do you want me to do — get up and run the risk of being killed?' 'No; but if you and in the morning that somebody has gone through your pockets, don't blame me.' — 'Chicago Record-Herald.'

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

Fountain Pons from 3d to 10s €6, novel. d^sistne, etritabl? tor pre* ?wUttoo. 8rowog«dge, Stetnuwv P* * i ? -

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Uranquinty. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

Uranquinty. A most, successful concert, in aid of the building . fund of the new Hall eventuated lust Monday night The programme was made up of Wagga artists and was highly appreciated. Encores were the order of the e-*en ing and the attendance was large' e;,q /i.^ -?!,« haying arranged the concert-, afld the thanks of the Hall Committee were conveyed to him by the Chairman (Mr F. Alldis), who referred also to the kindness of the other ladies «nd gentlemen who contributed to the programme, particularly Miss Irene Ferguson, who acted as accompanist' After the concert dancing was in dulged in for a few hours, and was most successful. The concert pro gramme is appended : — Overture, Miss Ferguson ; comic song, 'Laughing Song,' Mr S. G. Nicoll ; reftitation, 'Harry Dale,' Miss E. Morrison ; song. ' Island of Dream's,'' Mr S. Best ;. violin solo, Mr D. Burgess : song. '? Close Your Dreamy Eye?.' Mrs Nicoll : song, Air H:'Best ; recitation, Miss Fergu son ; comic song, Mr Simpson... Over?...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rock News. The "Review;" [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

Rock News. The ' Review:' If you sen! 3/- The Review will be sent to your address post free for one quarter. The quarter may commence at any time. Mangoplah Stock Sale; The sale held at Mangoplah on .Wednesday was fairly well attended, though prices' realised were not up to expectations. Most of the stock was disposed of. ? New Night Officer, ! Mr F, H. Smith, of Tumut, has been appointed night officer here in lieu of Mr F. Ilume, who has been transferred to Uranquinty. Mr Smith entered upon his duties early this week. . High School Examination. An examination for High School Bursary is to be held at The Rock Pnblic School on 1st and 2nd' prox., .there being five candidates, sitting, including three, from l^ootOol Public School. The following persons have been appointed to supervise the examinations, viz. Rev. J Jennings, Messrs.' J. H. Kendal G. R. David son, and Mesdames Day and -Lay. Mrs Day has been appointed corres pondent to the Department for the above; We wish the various ca...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Land Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

_ Land Notices. ' . Scttleiuent Purchase Farms within Tuppal Settlement Purohasa Avoa No, 18, . The following farms will be available for settlement purchase application on 28th. _ November. : — Numbered 1 to 33 in the order given below; 474a, c v .£1990 ]6s, dep £99 103 lOd, Yal gadoovi , 500a, c v j£?12.i, dep ^eiO.' 5s, Yalgadoori 560a, c v d-jp £,\2i l(is, Yalgadoori 466a, c v X2038 15a, dop .£101 ISs 9d, Yal gado»vfe! - 500a, c- v £2203, dop ill 10, Yal^adoorie ? 50:'a, o v £2200, dep JS 1 10, TJlupna 500a, c V =62237 10s, dej) dfilll 17s. 6d, TJlupna 500a; c V .£2202 10s, dep .£113 ' 23 6d, Ulupna 500a, c v £7237 10s, dc-p /tl4 7s 6d, , Ulupna 43Haa c v -£1995, d £99, Ulupna 530a c v £2361 10s, d £12 7, Ulupna 472a 2r, c v £0268, dep £114; Ulupua 49a, c v £333 2s, d £17, Ulupna-. 48a, e v £340 16, dep £17 lOd '. same area c v £349 4s, dep £17 9a 3d 100a c v £1510, dep £31 20oa, c v £11115, dep £56 505a 3r, c v £2478 4, d £124 50ja, c v £2264 7s, dep £113 63 50 'a c v £241^, de...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PUBLIC TELESCOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

A PUBLIC TELESCOPE. The giant telescope of Treptow, U.S.A., .has. for its main purpose the making of. astronomy popular through exhibitions to the public of the heavenly bodies. The teles cope is for open-air use, thereby obviating any need for a great dome, and saving many thousands of dollars. The lens is 27m. in dia meter, and cost £ 2,200 . The com plete telescope cost ^12,500. The telescope is raised and a star locat ed by means of a six-horse-power electric motor. In order to keep the telescope pointed correctly at the celestial object, It is 'necessary to drive the telescope to make it move from east to west; otherwise, owing to the earth's rotation, the object would quickly move from the field of the telescope. In the Trep tow telescope both observer and in strument are moved. The tube. is 69ft. in length, 7ft. longer than the Yerkes telescope. j

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMAZING RESULTS OF RHYTHM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

AMAZING RESULTS OF RHYTHM. The wonderful results which can be obtained by the scientific use of music and rhythm in infantile par alysis have just been demonstrated at an institution for the treatment of paralysed children who are con siBered incurable at the general hos pitals. The first interesting case shown was that of a boy of six, whose right arm had been totally paralysed following a-n attack of a ncT'lfis ~zeal'in bea ti 11 g 1 n tim'e so as to become a professional drum mer, when he grows up, have been his salvation. What massage and electrical treatment could not do, constant working at his drumming has accomplished, and now the paralysed arm is almost as useful as the other.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORDITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

CORDITE. Cordite is the outcome of ' the strange paradox that if you mix together two powerful explosives j the result is a- smokeless slowburn ing powder. : N itro-glycerine and guncotton mixed together with a lit tie petroleum jelly make cordite. It is curious to see the two deadly ex plosives being kneaded together in to a paste by women with fhe same untoncern as dough is kneaded for bread. Indeed, machines similar to those used in bakeries take up the work and knead the buff-colored cordite paste for seven hours. Then it is forced through moulds and is sues in long cords — hence the name cordite — the thickness of which is varied according to the weapon in which it is to be used. For big guns cordite is half an inch thick and cut into lengths of thirty-seven inches. Rather more than' one thousand of these cordite sticl's packed in two bundles make up the cartridge for a twelve-inch gun. ...For the rifle cordite is pass ed into a very thin string, like fin est macaroni, and sixt...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEA SHELLS AND SOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

SEA SHELLS AND SOUND. - To -the juvenile mind it is a source of wonderment, to hear the sound in. the shell; to the thinking mind it is a-n interesting problem. Th'e first factor whicfi we can determine is that the shell encloses a column r\f oTr wlitrli vihrfltf-c within the limits of its capacity for response in resonance. Thus the shell may collect sounds which would pass unnoticed upon the ear, and, by reinforcing and condensing them, make them audible. The source of the sound thus collected into audibility is not so easily determin ed. Professor Tyndall ascribes a share of the sound to the collection and concentration in this resonator of the harmonic sound present in the 'air, but unnoticed, and a share to the pressure of the shell upon the outer ear. To a physiologist, a third source suggests itself — that j I is, the arterial pulsation in 'the vic | inity of the auditory canal. ]

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A NOVEL SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

A NOVEL SHIP. A solution of the problem of navi gating streams in which shallow and deep water are alternately en countered is suggested by Mr. C. J. Bartlett, of New Orleans. He proposes the construction of a sub merging ship, which is designed to carry two barges when in deep wa- 1 ter, and on encountering shallow water will submerge, float the two barges free, and tow them through the shallower reaches. Each bargt is of 1,500 tons capacity, and their loaded draft is eight feet. The loaded draught of the ship is 15 feet, and in the light condition she would draw six feet.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHY TELEGRAPH WIRES HUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

WHY- TELEGRAPH WIRES HUM. The familiar humming of tele graph wires is a phenomenon that has not yet been satisfactorily ex plained. It is not merely caused bv wind, for it is heard in perfect calm. It seems probable that the sound is due to changes in tempera ture, by which the wires are loosen ed or tightened. The 'beats,' or long rising and falling waves of sound, which can often be noticed when near a telegraph post, are due to the interference of sound-waves of different Tength ; at regular inter vals one is nearly quenched by the other, just as happens if one strike together two consecutive notes on a harmonium, differing only a semi tone. .

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

Agriculture. A Department of Agriculture has been established in , ' connebtion with' the CTni versity, the course to cover : a period of four years', at a total cost of £75. ' \ ;? '

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wagga Pastures Protection Board. THE STOCK INSPECTOR'S SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

Wagga Pastures Protec ' tion Board. THE STOCK INSPECTOR'S SALARY. The Wa-jg-a Pastures Protection Board had a lengthy s'tting o i l\londajr, owing to the Lirgo ainomit of dotail work that had accumulated during the month. 'The Chairman (Mr L. Cox') presided, and there were also present C. E. M'Geoeh, M. Lyn don, G. Lindon. G. G. Young, J. Fitz- -. Patrick, and C. J. Poaree. Cunningdroo Reserve. The Tj nder-Se:'.ret:.a;-y for Lands' wrote with regard to the Board's objection, in tlie interests, of travelling stock, to the granting of T. li. Farrell's application for iin anmul loasT on the eastern portion of Cunningdroo T.S.R, , 'that conditions had been made for the destruction of noxious animals, sifeiriiarding the interests, of. travelling stock, tha Minister could not . see reasonable grounds for disregarding the recommendation of the Local Land Board. Fie h id therefore approved of the lease being granted. ? . .'. Alienation of Reserves. ? A large batch f requests were 'received ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 22 November 1910

To Stand This Sensen at 'The Priory,' Bullenbong. The Pure Bred Trotting Stallion . : . . FREEDOM. 'TJIBEEDOM is a jet black colt, 4 years' -i- old, standing 15 hands 1- inch, with plenty. of bone and. stylo and action: . Free dom comes from some of the best trotting strains and was bred. by Mr. A. ..-S Klein, Wiilerforce,' VVin'dsor. He has a jjerfeot gait and has proved himself n. sure foal . getter. . ^ ?; Siee : (To Kooti by Viking from Alma, [imp.), by, Berlin by Blackbirdj froni Aris toja by St. Clair.- V.iking waB by Chille Haroll [imp.] ifrom Vi'oletta- [imp.] by Eeha from Nita by Sawyer s Hainbletonian Dam .-'- Molly by t Messenger . by Chitdo Harold [imp.], g dam by Honesty [imp.], gg dsyn by Percy. - Freedom was first trained in Antfnst, 1909, and has since won the following Races : Wagga Show Handicaps in Angaat Cowra Trotting Club m May, Epping in August and second at Bathurst In August.. TERMS ... ' ? £4/4/. ? A redaction for. two or more mares. ? , -:Qopd grass paddon...

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Memorial Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 29 November 1910

Memorial Service. An impressive Memorial Service in memory of Miss I.'\ M. Sheldrick, was conducted. iu Thp Ho:-k Chuivli on Sunday la^i l-y ihc l'-.'v. H. Ti. Redman rMcihr.r]i-:_). Th-.-ru v,;:s rt ? large eonrzvc-'j;itb,n. ,Sj'-i.-.-i:il }irin?i.s were suntr. anu Miss iiinioft' s.ui^ very eiTectivi'ly. ??![-.? Wipes rho Tear from Ewry Jvn.v' bcine' n::coni panied on the orpin by .Mi-s Byrnes, of Wagga. The nreaehei-V. text was taken from l{cv. xiv. — l:Jfl-i verse. ' Hlessed are the -le;i'i which die in the Lord, etc., 'and tlu subject w.is 'Christian Death.' Ke dwelt chief ly upon Deatii as the entrance to eternity, npon Christian death as a blessed experience ;uict entailing the promised rest 'they do rest from their labours,' and went on to apply the last part of his text ?? and their works do follow them '?' a.s being specially applicable in the case of the deceased young lady. It wis true now as ever that death was shrouded in mystery, bat in the unanimous testimony given fr...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Love's Reward. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER XX—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 29 November 1910

Coves Jteward. fAix Right* Rbsbrvbd.] By PAUL URQUHART, --.?5^'u= Author of ' The Web,' ' The Eagles,' ' The Shadow,' ' The Black ' . mailer,' 'The Sign of the Good Intent,' &t. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER XX— {Continued.) 'It was a dastardly thing to try and smash my aeroplane.' 'That's so. Suppose we say, as a sort of peace-offering, that Jones and Co. will pay all the costs of the proceedings. They'll be pretty heavy, and you don't want to go making trouble for me and disgrac ing the name Wrangham, do you? Let that slide for a minute. What are you in such a hurry to get back for?' 'To find my wife,' said Arthur Wrangham, passionately. His brother raised his eyebrows. 'It is not because I am inter ested in her. I married her to save the estate, and shouldn't know her if I saw her,' continued the inven tor. 'But I have met another wo man ? ' He paused. 'Another woman?' queried John Wrangham. 'Yes,' said Arthur, feeling that he must tell something of his se cre...

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Boree. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 29 November 1910

Boree. Mr A. W. Aston, the lion. sec. of. Boree creek Farmers' Lnion has re ceived from the .sec. to the Kail way commissioners a ktt--r saying that the final inspection of the It-isirth to Mucra on the railway exten-iou from Lockhart to (.'lr-ir Hill.; lias been fixed for the iii-'ih instant, and if the line is found to be in a satisfactory condition it will he taken over by the Chief Comnii.ss.ioner for working shortly afterwards.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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In Desperate Straits. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 29 November 1910

In Despsrats Si-rails. Are many who could l-e cured bv Dr Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds. l'i ice-, l/'J and 3/ per bottle. Hiv-pital size, 5/. Obtainable ac S. rit-orrrp. chemist, and J. J. Hodgson, .-torukeeiier.

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