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Football. A DISQUALIFICATION MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
Football. . a disqualification' ... matter. ' With . reference to the match between - Oaklands and Tootool, played_on the latter's ground on 5th inst., .it was alleged that a player fro in the Wagga Associa tion played with Tootool, he • not having received a clr.u "anceifrom the latter association. In f^ict, the Lockhart Association have since received a letter from the Wagga Association to this effect. We understand the Lockhart Associa tion called a special meeting"to,in vestigate the matter, when the Tootool representative emphati cally denied playing the man . in question, and the Lockhart Asso ciation let the matter drop. ..They wrote to the Wagga Association s' ating that they Imd been" put .- 'to great inconvenience in calling- the special meetings as some cslegates. travelled 60 miles to attend. Not withstanding -'.le letter received from the Lockhart Association to. the effect that they were satisfied the player'mentibried did.not take part in the match referred tr, the Wa...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
GENERAL NEWS. / -At the annual meeeting o£ the N.S.W. ..Sheep Hrceders Association, Mr Kjdd referred to the decrease in the world's wool production. lie quoted figures from the "Statist" to the offect that the number o£ sheep in the United States had decreased from 50,000,000 m 1888 to 516,000,000 last year. , This had also been taking place in other big wool-producing countries, whore population was rapidly growing. In 13 out of 10 leading countries the num. her of sheep had been steadily going back. . Argentine, where he had re cently been, was not likely to rival •Australia in merino wool production, as 90 per cent, of the wool sold in Buenos. Ayrcs market was crossbred. -This ■ all pointed to a more hopeful ifuture for the industry in Australia, and they should use their best endea vors to st.ill further promote' it. He "also mentioned that preliminary steps had"- been taken to form a property defence . association with "headquarters in- Sydney, and an export officer to ad ■vise...
Railway Timetable. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
R&Steaj/ Timetable. - The.csrvtoa will be by the Down Ex press, trein leading Sydney at 7,25_ p.m, instead ci bfl IU« loi train, aB formerly. ... DOWN. 8T0UBV ,The Bock: Tootool . French Park ffllbroloog , HafP'W Lockbart. Long-Park . BorM . Cwwi, Mucra CqIHyoI URAMA . UHAHA Uranaaong... Coiorabin 0AKLAJID3: OAKLANDS Coorabln Uranagong Urana Cullirol Macra_ Boree(;Creek Long Bark Lockbart Hapier Milbrnlong . . French Park Tootool iTHB BOCK SIDSE"? p.m. denart 1f25 arrive, depart ojn. a.m. 6.40 7.43 B.B5 6118 8140 "W 7J28 i 8.18 OP. 8.65 H -9.80, .sM.46i . r loji# •arrive .10,45. , depart - .11.16:; ••.. 7- 11.29 ~ 11.57' •"arrive 12.251 arrive, depart a,m.' am. 9.50. 10.7 10.86 11.80: 11,50 p.m. . 12.85 1.14 ' ' ' - 1$44 2.15 2.45 2J57 8.17 8141 8f59 4.80. . ,4.62 RYTO5KY -■ arrive 6*10 Up Mall leave# The Rock at 4.52 p.m. t&ily, Saturdays excepted, from Sydn j •On' Sunday# arrives Sydney 6.26 a.m. 1 Calls to pick up and set down puMr Rera.- when require!. 11.0 pjn. ...
18,200 13,200 divided by 6—2,200. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
18.200 53.200 divided by 6--2.200. 9,600 x 10 (depth)—22,000 cubic feet 22,000 divided Dy 27-^8,14' —area of , tank in cubic yards. ; 1? you want . io ana size before sink ingr you can obtain the length -and breadth of what the bottom will be on completion. Thusi This tank has the top- measurements 60ft, bjr 80ft.; depth, lOft*; slopes on three sides 2 to 1, and on one cide (the roadway) 4 to 1; in the-breadth, 2. to 1 for 10ft— 20ft, this on either side,—40ft. This subtracted from 60ft. leaves 20ft.. in breadth at the bottom. In the length on. one sido, 3 to 1 slopes x 10—20ft.; and on tho remaining side, which is 4.to 1 by 10ft. deep—40ft. For both sides 60ft. to be taken oil from 80ft in length, and mil leave 20ft, thus 20ft. z. 20ft. to be the measurement of the bottom, '
MORE LIBERAL LAND LAWS. ABOLITION OF RESIDENCE CONDITIONS. MR. BEEBY REPLIES TO CRITICISMS. SYDNEY, Friday night [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
MORK LIBERAL LAND "LAWS. ABOLITION OF RESIDENCE CONDI TIONS. " . MR. BEEBY REPLIES TO CRITIC-ISMS. SYDNEY: Frlrtnv niirlit" • The Hon. G. C. Wade and Mr. Beoby both addressed the Farmers' Conference this afternoon. Mr.. Wade, whose re ception was unmistakeably cordial, said it was gratifying to all opposed to the dangerous labor—socialosm to see Mr. Patten and the other gentlemen of the. same party successful at the recent Federal elections. He went on_ to cri ticise the Labor party's land" policy, and said the time would come w|^n the conditions o£ residci.:co might safely relaxed, 011 the understanding that sub stantial amounts would be spent in making the lands more productive. Con ditions of land tenure in future might be made moro liberal, and yet, at the same time be conserving tho public interest and the right of men to go on the land and make their homes there. Referring to the railway duplications and extensions, Mr. Wade said that not withstanding the Labor regime had spen...
Land Ballots. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
Land Ballots. The Local Land Board sat at Urana on Tuesday to consider (he 59 applications lodged for Crown lease area 635, There are four •blocks in this tract, having areas of from 1370 acres to 2245 acres, and they are situated from four to eight miles from Uraaa. After' careful consideration,- the .'Board; excluded seven applicants, leaving. 52,to ballot for the blocUg.-t.Tbec i ballot resulted as'follows -Block A; 1370 acres—Valentin^* Harold Adams. ■ ■ Block B, 1450 acres—Frederick' N. Parkinson... Block C, 1700 acres—Hugh An gus-McKay. " ■ Portion: 66^: 2246 acree—James Robert Foster., , _ The.Board also considered the. 28 applications for the homestead farm block, of .-153$ acres, situated icbmv.li'to.2 miles from Lockhart township and'^railway station. After consideration the Board di rected 22 of the applicants to bal lot for the b'.ockj ant), the • success:, ful applicant was Samuel Long, of Lockhart. / Mr. A. C. Chandler; - land agent, -Of."Wagga,- represented several of...
P.P. Board Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
' P.P.- Board Conference. Delegates representing the Pastures . Protection Boards throughout the State have been sitting in conference in Sydney, during tlie past week. RATING AGRICULTURAL LAND. An important resolution -from tlio Urana Board, relating to rating, was moved toy Mr. N. C. Clapperton and carriedj ' It provides that .'ill land,, agricultural or grazing, be rated 011 thq ;samo 'basis. Ilithertq, agricultural land has been assessed at one slieep to six acres, . but the experience vS Boards has been that with closer settlement more land is being turned to agricultural purposes, whilst the number of stock, increased also iii stead of decreasing... Incidentally, the Boards found their revenue decreasing. CONTROL OK ROUTES AN IJ RESERVES. Mr.. Fletcher .(Wagga) moved, Mi\.. Gallagher (Mudgee) seconded, ami it was carried:— / "Thai the P.I'. Boards' Convention: wait upon the Minister for Lauds and :• urge tnat the T.S.Rs. and. 6.11s.. lie?; placed under the full control of'' th...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
PERSONAL. Mr. A. K. Trethowan was re elected as one of the vice-presi dents of the Farmers and' Settl ers' Associatio-i; while he was a good seeond to Mr. Patten, M,P., in the ballot for the presidency. Mr, Patten, however, was well de * serving of the honor , c? .re-ap pointment. During his absence at the. opening proceedings of the Fedeaal Parliament Mr. Tre thowan was usually in the chair at the conference as deputy. ■ Mr. Sciio.ol Inspector Douglas is now visifirfg Uraua and district. . . He is- much taken with... the ' im provement, in settlement about the district" New schools have been passed for Urangeline. and Mucra and will be erccfed at an early date ^L'here was a large* advent of ju dicial to Urana this' week. The chairman of the Wagga Land Boards'presided over sittings of the Urana- Board on Tuesday, Thursday, and to-day. The Jnst ice Department' was represented by Mr. Elliott. Industrial magis trate, and Mr. Helm, P. M.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
gr a iff ree cr IN SBLLIMC is EFFICIENT, PROMPT add CAftEFUL HANDLING, BACKED UP By LONG EXPERIENCE. TRy THAT OLD-ESTABLISHED " ' ff^iT||| || FIRM s iri PL 1^5 ® Regular Sales of Sheepskins, Hfdes. Tallow/, Fur Skins, Bark, Grain Sc. &e. □ nDHnanBDBDQonoaoEiDEDHnaaccnnrjDnDaDGDaDaDEnnnonnDn °oy vMeIfo©uiti&e ;;t Sales fHieSlei Weekly [arl£©&. -seaa The HI _ t!i© Season. MM Associated Brokers Receive ;md Sell Wool from all par!s of Australia at the following Rates:— Repacking, »S:iii 1 t-200 Commissi'n ft'200 to i.housm" l^n^etc ...' W P&lt;" *■ j ml under ... 8 pet-cent ij-izuuio 1:100 .. ... .. 2 p&lt; r emit J Over £SI!U ... . ... li per cunt Insuranrn Oms shilling and Hxpenco per cent. GOLDSBROUGII, MORT AND CO," LTD. - ' - AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE LAND and FINANCE CO., Ltd. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., Lid. DALGETY AND CO., Ltd. . AUSTRALIAN ESTATES nnd MORTGAGE CO., Ltd. YOUNGHUSI3AND, ROW AND CO. PROPRIETARY, Ltd..-.' jnnnnni...
Prickly Pear. NEW PROCESS OF DESTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
Prickly Pear. NEW PROCESS OF DESTRUCTION. Mr. 0. C. Roberts, the inventor1 of " a process for the destruction of prickly pear, was in Sydney oil his way:back to" Brisbane from. Melbourne; and hp gave details of the method to a repre sentative ol the Ilerald.S'..- " It is very simple," he said. * It 'is done; by putting arsenious chloride into - a small boiler arrangement, applying heat' to it, and thus volatilising the arsenious chloride to a pressure of lf)lb to the square inch. All that is left^to be. done is to open a valve anil shofifc the f'as up into the air. The gaS, being eavier than the air, is carried out by the wind and settles down upon cttie pear, permeating through it. Tiie loaves are mostly water—about 90 per: cent. This has an affinity lor the gits, which gets" ilito the circulation anil rots"^Wie pear down to the bulbs, it is abso lutely harmless to everything: else.. It (Joes, not in the least affect grass -or . stockv It is possible- for one mail' to cover,' with ...
Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
Urana Directory URANA (NiS.WJ—A postal, moaey order .and telegraph town. 011 the north ern side of Urana Creek, at the juns \on of five stock routes, equidistant from Narrandera and Corowa, and be pT*1 ya8ga and Deniliquin; State Electorate, of Corowa, Federal Electorate of Riverina, distant 70 miles from Alburv 405 miles from Sydney, 220 from Melbourne. 'ra'n serves Urana, connecting with the main Southern line at The Kock. vjOach to and from Corowa via Oaklands. There is a daily mail from bothSydnev ana Melbourne. The chief industry is are farming and grazing. Population of town, 400; .district, 2500. V ran a. is the central" office of the Urana Land District, and the Land board meets here periodically. It is also an important post office telephone exchange centre, with 41 subscribers, all the surrounding stations and principal farmers being connected, it is also con with Lockharfc and Jeriiderie. Urana is noted Toi the-splendid Gravel ueposita in the vicinity, and the per manent ...
The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1913 LOCAL AND GENERAL. LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
PUBLISHED- EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, FRIDAY, JULY 18, '913 LOCAL AND GENERAL; LAND SALE. Mr. Angove, C. L. A. and Cu rator's Aeent, effected a good sale privately to Mr. Fraser of Cullivel, of A. Gaunt's home stead farm of'310 acres, in a good position, one mile from Cullivel. The plans are now leady for Crown lease area 729, 380 acres, parish of Carnimey, near Jerilderie. The land will be available on 4th August.
F. and S. Conference IN CONFERENCE. KEEN DEBATE AS TO PARTIES. F. AND S. SOCIETY ON ITS OWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
F. and S. Conference IN CONFERENCE. KEEN DEBATE? AS TO PARTIES. P. AND'S. SOCIETY ON'ITS OWN. The Farmers and Settlers' Confer ence continued a very strenuous de bate to-day on tlie question of whether the time had arrived when they should hare a straight out politi cal party of their own. Mr. Perry, ex-M.L.A„ said he was in favor of the motion. He did not forget the support he received from the Liberals when he was contesting t Uve Liverpool Plains by-election, but he would not have anything to do with the amendment, which sought to give power to confer with any-other party when candidates were being se lected. He contended that Unit would put tho power into other -hands. In 1904, when, he won the Liverpool Plains contest against both Liberal and Labor candidates, ho said Mr. Carruthers sent him a telegram ask ing hinj to accept the position of Min ister of Mines. "What did I know about that," asked Mr. Perry. "I was too old a bird to be caught with chaff like that, He wanted my su...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
NOTICE. T liorolij giro Notice* lty»t POISON In laid in my lJ iddoot(s.' P. D; FEALKY. Millliilil£.>, , , . ' . 13ili June, 1911. Notice. ANY TurBorr.or Persona found Trespassing on Colombo Plains or Morundali Stations without pnrmisnion from (lie undersigned will'be prosecuted. A. it B. KEANB. NOTICE. . WHEREAS a Section of the Public are in the habit of leaving open Rabbit proof Gates on Station Boundary Fences, I lieroby give final notice that legal proceedings will be taken against .'any one leaving said gates ■ open •• after-' th»8: dato. F. E. WHITEHEAD. Butherwah, February 27th, 1909. Notice. 'ANYONE founds Shooting, Hunting, or otherwise Trespassing on UraBgelln# Pad-' docks will bo prosecuted.;. H. HAZELWOOD; . Manager.
DAY LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
BAY LABOR. A laborer who bad been working at 8s per day on the Wagga sewerage was enjoying a pint of beer at a way side pub in the vicinity oE the Tuni barumba railway works—ho had evi '•Uently been looking for a job. He was anathematising the Wagga system of day labor. Said lie, "lie would only give me eight bob a day, and'by 1 worked harder for him in a, day and a half than 1 worked for Arthur Griffiths in three days."
UP AGAINST NORTH SHORE BRIDGE. SYDNEY, Friday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913
UP AGAINST NORTH SHORE BRIDGE. - SY1WT3Y. Frirlav Niirhf.. ^ At the Farmers and' Settlers' Con ference this morning, a motion was carried /that such undertakings as the North Shore bridge or the tuimejj should not be built out of the public funds, as it was designed only for local tralllc. A motion was carried that the cos ference strongly' oppose the ■ Federal electoral authorities in debarring landholders from acting as .returning officers at Federal pollings' booths. A motion that the Public Worlcs Committee be composed of a-body of men entirely outside members of Par liament was carried. : ' A motion that provisionbe. made, for instructing youths in cheese but ter, and bacon factories, An , order to provide skilled labor lii- tlie- neary.fur. ture, such instruction of .'apprentice ship to form part of the remuneration, was carried; ...>■