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Shire Council Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

Shire Council Notes. Election on Saturday. You won't forget. Mr. Watson has a special address in this issue to A Riding electors. The ex-President is blowing his old sackbut in the C Riding, but is laying low ? in other respects. He and his mates gave C Riding go: d service. fhe Lockhart public meeting fell into ' The Sins of a City.' £500 damages against Harry Craig LAST ELECTION RESULTS. The following are the results of tho las^ election : — , 2 ? ' ' ' S , d ? ' - A RIDING. ' ; J , |. | Names of Candidates; £ ' ' ;:i c 'o ? .-*. ... ?:?: ?,.,-.?;-.;???-:---?-,?; CT a - P ? H ? Walter Day ... - ... 34 0 « 40 Arthur Slocum ... 18 1 5 24 Thomas John Guest ... 21 2 0 23 N. C. Clapperton ... 15 5 2 22 J. Gecrge Cornell ... 17 0 3 2i: 't'homaa Bond ? 12 4 2 18 be B RIDING. -g | % £ ° ^ — ; Names of Candidates. 'S r§ 2 3 ? \__ ? 3 ts H H W. D. Drummond ... 120 12 22 154 Alexander Frasev ... .97 20 1G 133 Edward Lynch ... 01 22 21 104 William Belling ... ' 52 20 5 77 ?Tames Bolger ... .....

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRE COUNCIL ADMINISTRATION. DURING THE PAST THREE YEARS. FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

SHIRE COUNCIL ADMINISTRATION. ? w ? DURING THE PAST THREE YEARS. , FOR. There aiv some who would liave us believo that the Loukhart Sl\iu; Council dui-ius: the pa'-t three roiirs h.is .iccomplisheil httle of nothing, b'or a clwiu-re it mi^lit, not be an iiioppoi-tune time to ask such to put ou lorie-coloved spectacles and, for once, to be prepared to sea good in everything, even if it is ever such » little. Dm ing the three years the Council have not assembled. monUi after ninnlli, in vain. It is too macli to expect the entire face of the coun try to be sluinsfd, yei, it lias changed a 'food deal, owing to Shire iidinitii*-' tration and ap.ii-t from it. One -of the main tnnotions oE -a Shire Council is tn -/w& aftpntion to thV roads. Have tin: yhire Cmnmirdoue' this? Ti» s-jc I hi-, featnsi: of' the Council'.-f -.voi-ic at its best nW h-is to go into i.hft ('/ riding-, cspeui.illy nb.iiit Pleasant Hills. ilure, - generally speakuiff, the roads' are in' tip-top condition. Gra...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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MATTERS FEMININE COLUMNS. Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

MATTEBS FEMININE COLUMNS. Household Hints. When maluriig beef tea, scatter a very little chopped parsley over to make it look more appetising. Do not keep 'food of a daimp or juicy nature in paper bags. Che micals are often used in preparing the paper, and when damp are in jurious to food of any kind. Carpets should be thoroughly beaten on the wrong side first, and then on the right side, after which spots may be removed by the use of ox gall or ammonia and water. The hands should be cooled in cold water and well dried before making pastry. A few drops of le mon juice added to the water in which rice is boiled will make the kernels whiter. Plum-pudding cloths should, never be washed with soap. Wring them out in boiling '\Va ten and hang in the air to dry. Pudding-cloths should be made square, and of thick, soft linen. Occasionally it happens that a crack appears in an otherwise per fect piece of furniture. Melt a lit tle beeswax, colour it to match the wood with aniline dye, and the...

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME MADE CHEMISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

HOME MADE CHEMISES. A simple way of making chemises and petticoat bodices is to cut them quite straight across the top, and, instead of making arm-holes, support the garments with shoulder-straps of embroidery (or ribbon) matching the decoration at the neck of the chemise, etc.

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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HINTS FOR THE YOUNG DRESSMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

HINTS FOR THE YOUNG DRESSMAKER. A mistake -that the young dress maker (a novice at her work) is apt to make, even though, maybe, alert to the possibility of falling into such an error, is that of cutting a pair of sleeves that suit only one arm. Care must be taken to avoid a mistake of the kind, or waste of material en sues. Another fault likely to occur to the inexperienced dressmaker is that of failing to keep the pattern of a fancy material running in the same directidn throughout the dress on hand. The sleeves, when cut out, will possibly show the design run ning in contrary directions. Here, again, will be waste of material. When the sleeve is a tvyo-piece one, it may be possible to make amends for the mistake in cutting out by us ing the wrongly-cut upper for the new undersleeve..

Publication Title: Lockhart Review And Oaklands Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

? - v ' ' ??'??????'? '^r'' - /.. ? ;* , ?? ??'' ,' ?'?? '^;-Vf For a Straight. Fair go . ./'/^'V ' with the necessary push behind it, obtain your store V--. 'if/ s ', * ; supplies from s,,;.*-;-\ . . . . . ; v^r.:- T. jBdmondson & ©o.f '/~\': ' ' ; THE STERLI&3 STOREKEEPERS, ? :J\}/ Gurv/ood Street, WAG6A. ' '.; '[ ' 'PriuNE 2. - li;'( 4j^^s, The Railway Hotel, ^ ^L'mw!^^-^.-. -^^^^^-^ Jcc Ba!?£tat, Into of Hay and Wagga yr^g^Wjfr^ j*»£^— :=-^~~ . . ' ' Wai'pi. Proprietor. ,, v Drinks delightfully Invigorating as we stock orily , ; ;r^^u- - ^^^ b^t Aje^ Wines and Spirits. -?*?-.'? \r-''~ ' Accommodation Al. Spaci-nis Coiivfr.yai.-d and Fernery. fl^° Specially prepared .Luncheon foi railway passengers on Mondays, Weclne.sr.luys and -Fridays on arrival of trains. ? . '- — — — .^_____ What Mr Fisher didn't see in South Africa. t _ ? \ ? Tanks equal to Gray's ' ' Flour Bens (patented) equal to Gray's '?-, WindmFBEs eqwal to Gray's s- . Consequently wb anticipate opening...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

Or Sheldon'* How Discovery for Coughs and Colds cures all Chest Com ' plaints. Is 6d and 38. Obtainable at J. Hodgson, Merchant, Lookhartand Milbm long ; 8. George, Cbemiet, Lockhart.

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POLICE DOGS IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

POLICE OOCt IN GERMANY. Such good results are daily being ob- j tained by ( the employment of police hounds that the authorities have de cided to increase the number of hounds for use in connection with the police force. No fewer, thai} 120 policemen have volunteeicd to take a three months' course of instruction in the management and care of dogs. WINNING BOTH WAY8. The Zulu young lady, when suitors are not forthcoming, takes the matter in hand herself. She leaves home, takes a discreet friend of her own sex, and presents herself at the home of her favoured swain. If he regards her with satisfaction his parents re ceive her as his future bride. Should he however be unwilling to accept her, he makes her a handsome present in stead. THE PRICE OF A WIFE. In some parts of the globe the most curious customs prevail with regard to marriage. In Uganda the custom is to offer six needles and a pack of indiarubber for a wife. The Kaffirs sacrifice oxen on marriage. The Tartars of Turkestan gi...

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Wise and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

Wise and Otherwise. . ? ?*- ? 'Sir, you are the biggest scoundrel that I know.' 'Sir, you forget your self.' '??-- Brome : 'A penny for your thoughts.' Fizz: 'What do you take me for — a slot machint?' Violet: 'Have you ever made love to anybody before me?' Mr. Bright: 'No; you don't give me the chance.' ft m m a 4 He: 'So you've read my new novel. How did you like it?' She: 'I laid down the volume with intense pleas ure.' ? ? ? ? ? She : 'Women like to be admired by men.' He: 'Then why do some try to poke out men's eyes with their um« brellas?' ? # ? # ♦ Madge: 'I see you out in Harry's auto all the time. I didn't know you liked him better than Jack.' Marjorie: 'I don't; but the colour of his car harmonises better with my automobile coat.' 'She broke him off smoking so that he could save money.' 'And did he save money?' 'Yes, he got so in terested in saving money that he broke off the engagement so that he could save still more.' ? ? ? ? 4 Widow: 'Well, Mr. Brief, have you read the...

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Mail Alterations. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

Mail Alterations. ? :o:—— — The new railway nervi^-e for better or for Nvurse has ciist nrn-d the old order of thinir.-. si 1 1 * I noihiiicr seems to have been di-turiied m-ire than the mail arr;:r.'j-ements. I!y (he cnirtesy of Mr iStr.'Marr. ihe ;:??-: ?ua^tev. we tire ei.aLle'l to irive ih-- p'.-.ii'ii: some idea jv':a;di:iu' tlie .??!i:'.1:iM-;is which have bei-ome ii--fe-s:u'\ The f{:..:!: I' L ek!:;,rt. .last sis befoiv. tin: mai! for the Uiillenbonir nii'i The !Ji:-.-!- will leave bv coach on Mondays. V.';.- !:u.-sdays, and F:-i-;.ayf. at ll.-'!(.i a.m.. arriving at Bullenboriir at 5 . 1 ?'? p.'.i.. ;md The Uo.;k af, ?!? j».m. lint instead of the coach bringing mails buck the same day it will stay a day at The Roc-k, and nor return to Hullenboiii: ami L M-.khurt. until the day following. That is to say, the Lock hart, district mails will in future leave The lloc.k for lmlien boiitr and l.ockhari on 1 uesdays Tlinrsidsiys uml t-:itnnl.\yri at 10.50 a.m., arrive Dullenbuug l.o...

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Rock NEWS. Hall for Yerong Creck. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

- R06K NEWS. Mall for W'/mi-' (.'vvvk. ^M A puol'i; mct'liii^ :it Ven'iiy Creek m dec:i.'lud in i'liiid ;i (inlilic li.:l!. K. cost ' ? .t:;ij(i. Tiie tr;i-!'. is h-.ivc .L'l-ju in S hiiuJ, :iii»I inlt m1 li'iujneiici'.;^ ivith Jl i he builiiiii;; a; hmt. I 1 '.I'lii- f-'arii itiiil t ii'.- Ci-.tjiy. \W licMVV l-'i:i .--??.?[ ill mi T|:-i;;:y. I7f), \ ? insL. \v!iii-]i v.iili r!ic ;i:-.-\-i.iiis ilnwii- I I l».-im- is i-iilci;! ..Icl Ii, (in --fi-iniis (him- yB ;iLr-' t-.i .-f;iin.lin'.-. ci-i',i~. 'A'iit-;it is jB -v.iuiiliLC in slowly, :;-. liic-f .if ihu ^H I'jirnicrs !i::vf n^t vet. ruM; :-it-i . ii tin ir VJ hiirve.-l iiil' i»|)ci-;ir::i!i.-'. ' Vj V.\:-r\vl; I.i-ht 1 Mr 11. .1. F., ,?!,:;„,. ..!' Ti.f ili-ck, i met .Mr Diir.al. ;!:?? (?!;;?. .;?!,:;,[ cxpfrt 1 IV.r Mi.-s.is War!,,]: !,-;.,. !--;-;,rki ;md . I «-'-!., ::i I,i-.;';i:;.n i;t.; v,,.,-!;. ^|r \ !)arv;;l v.ji-: Jiiili- :,, s;c.!; ,.f j..l;iCPS ? ' M :is small a.-'i'lic |{(..-:,- -.\!..1(. (.f, clric 1 liL'i.f ii:Ma!...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

A Graat Law Sure Decided Th- Si!|,ivin-! I'l.tir!, iis.-.- IVi-i-Ii!, have J.vjikvl lii.it l.'i' .Sin-Mi.ii'.-i -Vi.-v.- l-:scovcry wins a^-iin/L. '.'??'.i.:!u- ::::?! i.'.iid.s. Price, Is fM :Sul '?'?--. Olit lir.a'.u- at .1. Hodgson, .M.-ri.-IiMiii. Ln.-l:t'.;ir:, :? ?»»? t Millu-tilon^; S. (.?uor^f. (.'iiemi.-it, I/ickliart.

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Brookong Farmers' Union [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

Brookong Farmers' Union ? The ordinary monthly meeting was hold in the School of Arts, Lockhart, on the 1.4th instant. The vice-president (Mr W. Belling) occu pied the chair. Minuter of the previous meetim; \ge t;e read and confirmed. ? The secretary reported a credit balance of: £17/2/6. Correspondence. Fiom Sir Wm. Lyne in i%eply io a letter i'rom tlie Union asking for a poviation of the Lockhart-Urana mail between Lockhnrt and Brook ong so as to serve the settlers resid ing from' three ao ten miles north of: the present rouic. The secretary said that since the new railway was opened the mail to Urana was discontinued on the old route. The mail was altered to go by train to Miicra, thence on to Ura-mi. There was now a mail between Brookong and Lockhart on the. route indicated by the Union, which serves the settlers mentioned, tlie mail going to Broolcong and returning to Lockliart on the same day. A. circular was received from the Lockhart Progress Association asking the,7$upport ...

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CRICKET. South African Tour. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

CRICKET. South African Tour. FIXTURES. January 27 and 28.— Against Ham ilton, at Hamilton (Vic). January 81 and February 1.— Against Bailarat, at Ballarat (Vic). February 'J, 4, G and 7.— Against Victoria, at Melbourne. Debrnary 10, 11, 13 and 14 — Fourth Test Match, at Melbonrne. February 17, 18, 20 and 21.— Against New South Wales, at Syd nev. February 24, 25, 27 and 28.— Fifth Test Match, nt Sydney. March 4, 0 and 7. — Against South Australia, at Adelaide.

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A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

MEETING. The A.J.C. Annivuroa-y meeting opened ut R-.vndwick on yaturday in fino weather. Tlie attendance 'wan large and the course in first-class order. .Results: — Trial Stakes.— One Mile. Posnune. rf.5 .... ... 1 Chaste. 8 5' ... : '... 2 ' Idyia, 7.yj ... ??;*.:.?$'?':' Betting : 5 to 4 on Idyia, 8 to 1 the winner. Won by a short head. Time lm. 43iHBC First Nursery HaniHuaji, — 4.ji'ur. Hwpect, 9.0 ... ... 1 Pride of :.i uriUo, b'. VI ... 2 Di\ Hart, 6.10 and 5lb over... o Respect started at 10 to 1 and won by Pv short head. Time, 57}sei\ Centenary Stakes. — One .Mile. Lady RucnalF. 7.13 ... 1 ..Son 'of the iMarsh. 8.12 and .141b 1.cjuilly ... 2 Orudes. 7.4 .. ... 3 Betting : o to 2 on Son of the Marsh, 2 to ] ugst. Lady Ruenalf, 20 to J Orodes. Only three started. Won by four Icncrths. Time, lm. 4Usei:. Chailonge Stakes. — 6far. Poi Dance. 8.0 ... ... I ? Maltuhestor. 8.10 ... ... 2 Royal Merv. 7.4 ... ... 3 Netting : 3 to 1 Poi Dance, 9 to 2 llaltehestcr, 7 to 1 Beeberu, 12 to...

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SPORTING The Turf. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

:'.-. S^©KT1NCS. ? : o : ? ? The Turf. , ' i-'FXTinircs. .lugiong .lo::key Clul) — Jmiuary 2ti. Adeloiig- Crossing Trotting Club — January 20. Muri-umbarrah — February 1 and '2. Jmiec 'Trotting Club — t'ebruai-y 8. Goulbnrn — Febrtiaiy i) and 10. Cootara iin tlra — February 14 and 15. j Springhnrst, February 1'. ! Tumut — February 22 and 23. Gimdiur.ii — Maruh i and '2^ .Innoe. — .Niai'ch 8 and '.). Sebastariol — ?-[aroh l..r-. Loeklmrl — St. Pairick'.-j Coiumittce, Wednesday, March 15. Gtmdagai — L.V., March 16. Gnmlagai — II. E.G., llnrch i~.

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QUEER DOLLS GIRLS CAN MAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

QUEER DOLLS GIRLS CAN MAKE. Would you like an entirely new family of dolls — queer little dolls such as you have never had before? If you would, some day gather your friends together and make some queer new dolls for yourself. One kind of doll that you can make is the Jolly Little bat Doll. A half-dozen of these can be made, all dressed differently, and they form a comical sort of family. Take a walnut and a round marble or a ball of worsted, or the whole can be made £-f worsted. Cover the walnut with white cloth gathered at the top, where the neck is to be. Then cover the marble in the same way, and sew firmly together these two cathered edces. after wards winding some threads neatly around to cover the stitches. Mark . / ,' the features with indelible ink on one side of the marble. Now the doll is beginning to take shape. Get a wooden meat-skewer from the kitchen, or any small stick will ______do. Cover the skewer, which tened on with a hook-and-eye. Feet can be cut from dark clot...

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FLYING FIREWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

FLYING FIREWORKS. 'A Cuban friend called on us one evening,' says Alice May in 'Har- per's Monthly,' holding in his hand a brown paper bag perforated with small holes. These 'breathine i ? i ? t ? .. . . .' nuics suggesting to pet-loving children 'something alive,' the gen tleman and the paper bag were im mediately surrounded. The girls retreated upon being told that the bag contained 'flying fireworks' that 'might go off,' but the boys boldly demanded a sight of the new fire works. A peep into the bag caus ed every boy to draw back, with dis gusted face. 'Ugh! only two dead ^ beetles,' one youngster muttered — 'a mean joke I ?say.' Here there was a scream from all the children. 'The bag's a-fire!' Truly the brown-paper bag looked as if ready ' to fall on the floor in* a heap of flam ing paper. But our Cuban friend, , as he rescued, it from being trampl- 1 . ed on, coolly remarked: 'The beet les are just opening their stack of fireworks. Now put out the gas, and we shall have a fine...

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GOOD FOR EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

GOOD FOR EVIL. Once upon a time a poor beggar man, who lived in a country where the King was called a Sultan, stood in a street and begged. Byand bye there came walking along the street a man who was dressed in very fine clothes. The beggar, who knew that such a man would have monev in his pocket, cried out in a loud voice for help. Now the man in very fine clothes lived in the pal ace of the Sultan, and he was called the Sultan's favourite. But instead of giving the beggar man some money he just picked up a stone from the ground and threw it at him. And the beggar man picked up the stone and put it into his pocket. 'Perhaps some day,' said he, 'I shall be able to throw it back at the haughty fellow and revenge myself.' Well, week after week passed by, and at last the beggar saw the haughty man who had thrown the stone at him riding on the back of a camel. But the man was not hau ghty now, for the Sultan had sent him away. And as he rode on the ^-Twin-all the jpther beggar out of hi...

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PANSY FACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser — 24 January 1911

PANSY FACES. ? ! The word pansy comes from the French word 'pensee,' meaning a thought. Who the person was who first gave this name to the flower I do not know, but the name is a very suitable one, for it has a curious power of reminding one of the faces and places. Perhaps that is how tne nower got its old English name of Heartsease. And how like hu man faces the little pansy faces are ! If you iook ata group of them you will be able to finH nnp iucf tiira *u-, prim little lady next door, a solemn one like the doctor, and so on. German children have a pansy story which few children here know, although it is very pretty. There was once a man who had two charm ing young daughters. When his wife died he married a harsh, cruel woman who had two daughters of her own. The stepmother was very unkind to the two eirls. She took | away their pretty clothes, made them wear quite plain ones with no trim mings of any kind, and was so spite ful that she even made them sit on one chair. Some of t...

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