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CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Lockhart Parish.) [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

Catholic church. (Locfchort Parish:) ■* - ; | Mass will be celebrated followsi— Mount Carmol, Lockhatt.—Evory; 1st and 3rd Sunday at 8; and '11 aani Vesperg at 7.30 p.m. St. Fiaoro's, Urana.—Erory 2nd- and •4th Sunday at 11 aim.- Vespers at l&O ^ St Ita's, Urangollne.—Every ifiltSi Sttn: day (ivhon occurring) at 11 tun.' . Printed.and PubUaheil fcy Chsrrlen Wilmot Dunntan, for (ho Proprietors, Dunstan Bros., at their Mathino PrfntingWoifca, Anna-street, r Urana, In the State of New^i South- Wales. _

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services {of the Month. 1st Sunday—Boree Craek, li Urana, 7.30 p.tn. Saturday Erenfhg—Cooaong Station. Second Sunday—Qoree, 2.30 p.m.1 (; Bundure Station, 8 pjn. Third Sunday,^-Cieaf Hills, 8 p.tB.j Urana, 7.30 p.m. ■ Fourth Sunday—Urana; lla.ra;jRoD; nd Swamp, 3 p.ti).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

; ' NOTHING TO EQUAL IT.. i " For the Immediate relief and com plete euro of influenza there is nothing .pquat to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," Jfrritea lliso Fanny Bonhote, Marrawab, Tao. . " It has relieved me of this complaint and -1 have recommended it to*. neighbours •. who have found it to cure (Soughs and colds in .almost any form. . One dooo has always given me relief and one bottle always cures my colds." Sold b^ all chemisls and stpre kcopcnv

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

AE'EIV OTHERS FA1LETV . 'I usu Chamber! mi's Pain Balm for n Twite, t.linial, and Imvo always found one rulil>inn lacuro ti," wnti'H Mr. T. Den . iris, Hiliitiilu, N.Z "It worked wonders -when I sprained my tinUln, giving me im Imcdnto vulief (i-oin pain.aftor other lini moiifcsr h id ^failed. I also recommend • Ohainl'eilaiij/sRun Halm for rlit'umutism it hiiviny relieved ine ninny limea." Sold eveiyivliuio. ■ ,■" ...'';>:<.At''tbe''Albury.Gourt hous% on Wednea > day, dir. IHJV^Roberts,. P.M., held ail > inquiry- : :into the circumstances sur rounding* the outbreak o£ Are at M' Culloch and Co's bulk stpre, situated •vatv.tho.isomer, of .Dean and Young :■ streets'' or. Monday night. Sergeant BlacUburne conducted the inquiry pn behalf of -the police. Ie was found <tliaV the. "outbreak' was maliciously caused. GASPING FOR BREATH. '^Several limes wo noirly ldst. our eon" Bert, witl^cioup. fin1 he was choking and gasping for breath," writes Mr. E. Balm ...

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TRIED A SAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

TltlED A SA,MI'LE. ;■ "Sumo years,:!}!" I wasmVjcot to In 1 {iiiiisncsR, fr<un~ which I could yul- no riv liuf," sajs Mr.- W./O. Millur, .grucui-,' [LitidfieW, ' N;S.-W. k "I ^vus jiviai.- a js^mpje .of Clmmbeil'iiu's'Tablets, in-.il. in h {few' hours itfter taking ilium nil-I,incus of jbili"uant'«3 wus completely l'ui u. WIioii levtfr ttiere lins boon a n curioncu : of; tlio [trouble I have got immediate lolief fioim iOhnuiberlaio's Tablet s." , Sold . evisiy Iwhdioi1 y- </ - At Tuesday's session of the Far mers anil Settlers -' Association, -lat least' one question was asked mid. not; answered. "Will you tell me," ^inquir ed a delegate, "liow much money you have received for fighting the" rural works?" "No, I won't, answered the secretary; "I dont see why wo\ should arm the opposition by telling them what amount of -money^.we" have to fight them." Loud applause greeted the answer. "I will tell you, how-" ever," added the secretary, "that every penny is intact...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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A P.M. ON PUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

A P.M. ON PUBS. Hotelkesiiers and others interested will remember that .when Mr. Gates, P.M., was relieving at lJubbo last year he frequently delivered advicc as to the manner in which hotels should be conducted (says the "Dispatch"). Last week,--when presiding over the Licensing Court at Windsor his Wor ship ladled it out as follows to appli cants for renewal of licenses (vide a report in the local papers). He said he spoke with a good deal of feeling), for he considered the travelling public should receive the attention which they paid for and were entitled to. He liad been told that some hotels in the district were literally infested with vermin, and if so those hotels should not be licensed. It was an easy mat ter to keep the premises freo from fllth, hut some people were too care less and too indifferent to bother. If such a state o£ things were true, ant} evidence was given before him that such were the case, h'e would have no hesitation in straightway cancelling the license. ...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

POLITICAL. Says the Junee "Southern Cross":— Interviewed on Monday night, regard ing Mr. Chanter's remarks at the de claration o£ the poll Mr. Falkiner said tho remarks of Mr. Chanter were tin called for, and they were devoid of truth. His committee had worked for him without fee or, reward, and it there was any infamous literature cir culated it did not come from the Lib eral-Side. He had not introduced per sonalities, and lie thought Mr. Chanter should have takeji liis defeat in better spirit, lie did not know of any Di vine' dispensation being granted to Mr. Chin tor to monopolise the Riverma. Mr. \V. Dunii, secretary of the Junee P.L. League, and a fcttlor,' took the day 'off on election day as lie failed to ,get the necessary leave. He was subsequently asked to furnish an ex planation of his conduct which he did. lie \lius since been dismissed. Tho "Express" 'is a Liberal paper, but we ■must say that "the dismissal of Mr. Dunn was a high-handed proceeding. In the first place, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

IMPORTANT! ,\;From a Hut— , 'TO A STATION HOMESTEAD i ain prepared to Build any description iof Dwellings. Flans and Specifications Prepared and submitted for buildings free of charge. ONE QUALITY ONLY- THE BEST of Building . Material Stocked. COTTAGES! BUILT ON TERMS. ' Agent for Northern Insurance Co. JAMES HENDERSOH, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, URAHA. THONE. 40. ■ MATpSBB & III! AUCTIONEERS, fcAHD,'AUD DT70 ' STOCK SALE8ME0. WOOL AHD PRODUCE BRQKERfl. albuhy & wmmm - Walla Walla-and Ho\7long. ASD TOOMA. - Also Helbonmo, Sale. Tumlgoa, EJaCSs, -Learigatha, and throughout (Bppaland. AUCTIONEER: Mr. Geo. twpa Bell. SALES GOHDUCTED AS FOLLOW3* Albnry MHnldpal Yardo.^-PartcJnDtl?. Wodonga Market.—Alternate ®jcaajg. Walla Walla.—Monthly. Honlong.—Monthly. Clearing and Land G Cssajjd. AGENTS FOR:—Ifevr Zealand Lestl cssS M. A. Co. Ltd., Melboamar* J.f/Sooper'a Sheep Dip. ife-" . . . . . . J_ 0. A. MATHIESOH. ■ STOCK & STATION, GENEBAL COM MISSION Sc FORWASDINO ...

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CHAPTER VII. A Nine Days' Wonder. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

CHAPTER VII. A Nine Days' Wonder. The information concerning, tlie vicar's violent death was so extraor dinary and so wholly unexpected that Rupert could not believe it to be en tirely true. However, Mrs Beatson s tempestuous announcement spoiltills breakfast, and, leaving the meal un finished, the Squire hurried down to the village. Here everything was in a state o£ commotion, as it was rare ly that so untoward an event disturb ed the placidity o£ Barship. No one —from the flying rumors Hendle ga thered during Ills progress^appeared to he acquainted with the exact facts of the case. Some said that Mr. Leigh had committed suicide; others, that a burglar, surprised at midn ght, had struck the blow; while a few de; elated that the vicar was only wounded and would recover. But when Hendle- reached the untidy house, lie learned from the _ tearful Mrs. Jabber that the information's only too true. Mr. Leigh, with a nasty jagged wound on his right tem ple, had been found dead m ms studv at...

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The Lost Parchment (By Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., Melbourne.) (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER VI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

By FERGUS HUME. (By, Arrangement with Ward, , Lock and Co., Melbourne.) : (All. Rights Reserved.) • CHAPTER VI.—Continued. ."Hendle!" said the barrister, when his visitor was ushered into a bare room sparsely furnished and lookiag very business-like, "this is a surprise. How are you, old -chap; not up to much, from the look of you." "I'm' bothered out of my life," re plied 'Hendle, taking ■ the cane chair —a most uncomfortable one—which was pointed out to him. "Oh, I think there is sufficient life left in you to stand a trifle more strain," was Carrington's flippant ob servation, as he resumed his seat it a* very business-like desk. "I can't /.guess-in any way what can bother you." :"^To one, but the wearer, knows .where the shoe pinches," quoted Hen dle grimly. "Quite so, and no one ever will 'know unless the wearer explains the .. bad fit, my friend. Bothered? You! With beeves and lands and money, and the promise of a beautiful and desir able damsel to be your wife." "That's just ...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Should the tyre of a baby's carrluge slip get a penny worth of oak varniBli from the oil shop, rub a little round the rim, and press on the tyro. Leavo till next morning before using. .... When boiling new milk, to prevent a skin from forming on top as it cools, add two tablespoonfuls of cold milk to every pint when at boiling point and stir for a mlnut". The so-called akin will then bo absorbed and the milk will not be impoverished. After, the candle is burnt down to t\vo inches put a cork in the candle stick, and then place a nail in the cork and the small piece of candle on trie point of the nail; You will find it uses all the candle and is quite safe on the toilet table, without burn ing the cover. Invalids who dislike the flavor of meat extract will be able to take it of a teaspoonful or so Is added to a .upful of milk. The milk disgufiseB the taste of the meat extract. A small quantity of this mixture taken when here Is a feeling of exhautslon will prove an ad...

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TOBACCO AND INFECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

TOBACCO AND INFECTION.. That tobacco is fata] to te cholera" germ is, says the "Family Doctor," in-, dlcated by a report made by Profes sor Wenck, of the Imperial Institute of Berlin, telling of his observations during tho recent epidemic at Ham burg. "In. cigars manipulated -with water containing 1,500,000 rod-bacilli to .the cubic centremetre, all the mi crobes ■, died, in twenty-four hours,; and examination of cigars made at. Hamburg during the epidemic showed 'that these were absolutely free from, bacilli." " , Dr. Wenck was able to show that the cholera microbes died half an. hour or two hours after being placed, in contact with the smoke of Brazil, Sumatra, or Havana tobacco. Also, tobacco smoke killed in Ave minutes . the choleraic microbes of the saliva. Finally, not a workman in the Ham burg cigar factory was attacked by the epidemic. "Sir," said the irate little gentleman of about four feet eleven inches to a Bix ■ foot man, "I will have you know, , sir, that I have been w...

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INSANITY AND TEARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

INSANITY AND TEARS. One of the most curious facts con nected with madness is the utter-'ab-. sence of tears amid the insane.'What ever form of madness, tears are. con-, spic'uous by their absence, as much in the depression of melancholy, or ex citement of mania, as, In the utter apathy of dementia^ If a patient in a lunatic asylum be discovered in tears, it will be. found that it is. one beginning to recover, or an emotional outbreak . in, an - ep.K leptic who is scarcely truly . insane,, while actual insane persons appear tq have lost the power of weeping;.it is', only returning reason which' can once more unloose, the fountain'of their tears. Even when a lunatic is telling one in fervid language how she has ibeen deprived of her children, or the out rages that have been perpetrated to herself, her eye is never even moist. The ready gush of tears which ac companies the plaint of the sane wo man contrasts strangely with the -dry eyed appeal of the talkative lunatic.. It would, Indee...

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WHY DOES A ROSE SMELL SWEET? [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

WHY DOES A ROSE SMELL' SWEET? The rose would, no doubt, "smell as.sweet by any other, name,"buthow. ;03AiS nains 0} 9a]j?uoo . saop. all? With this query-. in,, mind, French chemist subjected flowers to analysis in order to find out the sec ret. Being cut into sections and 'hay-, ing pure hydrochloric acid-poured over them, it is no wonder that the tender flowers gave up a portion of their Bee ret. .Yet they did not give .it up-.en-, tirely. The investigator was. ; only able to ascertain that the fine..oil which, gives the perfume :1s apparent--: lyderiyed in every case from chloro-, pliyll, and is usually located at this ypper. surfaces of the petals or sep'als: in: delicate cellules'. The fact that the-perfume oils' are derived from' chlorophyll is interesting; because, as will be remembered, chlorophyll -is that substance in plants which, when acted upon .by sunlight, turns a leaf : into a sort of chemical laboratory. But It cannot act without the" sun beams. . We know bow much w...

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THE SIXTH SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

THE SIXTH SENSE. .< Sir Hiram Maxim has invented .la.;' safety device tor preventing colli-r. sions at sea. The tragic late of the f ' Titanic moved him to try, and he had I reflected only four hours- on the prob; ! lem when It occurred to lvim•.that'/ ships could be provided with what" might be called a sixth sense, by-; which they; could .detect large objects,; near at hand without the aid of aj searchlight.. The sixth sense, . which] may be called"echo" sense, he knew; to be possessed by hats. ■ Bats, ndcturnal- though they*' are','! have not especially powerful eyeB'for j seeing in the dark. -Moreover, into--! tal darkness no creature can see, but i a hat in the .blackness of a nave ;at j midnight can fly about with perfect.) security, so can a bat that is -blind!-'.). The sensitive nerves of the face" and ; wings are so arranged as to produqe the echo sense, which warns them of' any solid maSs near. ■ ' • • "In many cases the organ that gives : the hat the sixth sens...

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. A rocent immigrant got his first real Impression o[ Australian distan ces in"" striking fashion. "What can you do?" asked a prospective employ er. Hodge was a hedger and a ditch er. "Fencing, do you mean?" queried the contractor doubtfully. Hodge thought that was what ho meant. "Righto," said the contractor, "1 ex pect to get the contract for the dog fence on the Queensland corner. 1 could give you a bit of it." Hodge thought that he could tacklo a dog fence oil his own account. "Why not ylve me the lot?" he asked. "The lot, the lot!" gaBped his boss-to-be. "Good Lord, do you know that it is near ly three hundred mjles long?" "What is it for? said Hodge, doubtful in his turn. "To keep out the dogs, of course," said the boss. Hodge wrote home by the next mail "I have taken a job with a lunatic, who wants to fence off the world to keep out the dogs. He seems to have money, and has paid me £10 in advance to get to the edge of creation, so I think I shall stick to ...

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

. . s' GENERAL NEWS Farmers and pastoralists at Dookie ..are suffering considerable loss among their sheep and lambs by the ravages or dogs and foxeB. • • * At a sale of ale in London that had been specially brewed for King Edward by Bass' Brewery as much as 4s 6d. ■ a bottle was realised. Many oE the youths sentenced to military detention in New Zealand for refusing to train are hunger-striking : in the forts. They also decline to clean armaments. The offenders have been sentenced to solitary confine ment, and the term of detention has been extended. • * * More than 1600 bicycles, valued at over £8000, have been stolen in the London -Metropolitan Police area since January 1. So serious has this class • of theft become—nearly 200 thefts were reported in one week—that the authorities are taking special meas ures. A detective states that many machines are dismantled and sent to Germany to he re made, but recent investigations led the police to be lieve that there existed somewhere in ...

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LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

LADIES' LETTER. J By "Irono." Consternation threatens the bunting girl. .Inst as alio had acc.iifltomcd her self to tlio "stride-riding" costume, and had learnoil how much more. graceful and becoming n garb It was than the old skirt. and side-muldio, cornea a cubic message from London to nay that. Queen Mary lms put her foot down on (ho new stylo of riding. 1'hero are plenty of station girls In Australia to-day who do not know any other style of horsemanship than the stride seat. They have proved it not only more graceful and comfortable, but equally decorous with the old style and Inilnltely safer, liven though no.val disapproval frown on tlvc new ev way, crumping conventions oC an outworn day aro not likely to survive In Australia. Like most of the other favorites of the public who have visited Australia, Mdlle. Genee has already; experienced the enormous desire that prevails to secure from her photos and auto graphs. Every mall brings her a big batch of letters containing request...

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THE LIMIT. (Ladies' clothing tends to become scantier.):— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

THE LIMIT. : I (Ladies' clothing tends to become -scantier.).:-?-. " Daphne, once I wondered— When I knew you less— Hew you might • be sundered From your love of dress: , Now I see 'twas t slander, Totally unfair, And with new-born candor. . I the truth declare. 'Tls not woman's pleasure ' Costly clothes to don, Lightly does she treasure ' • What she now puts on; She regards but little, ■ > Furbelows and frills, Wishing more to whittle, ' Down to naught her bills. Daphne, at your dressing, Now I cannot scoff, Since I feel the blessing Of your leaving off; Only now I wonder— Whisper soft and low— What is left to plunder, Outer garb or under; Can another go? —London "Daily Chronicle." Not long ago a meeting of depart mental stores proprietors was hold in Chicago, at which they declared that the brunette makes the best sales woman. .More . blondes than brun ettes have weak lungs, therefore tuber culosis. Brunettes are stronger phy sically, and resist disease more suc cessfully and l...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 July 1913

SPORTING. Obi, the Grand National Hurdle ..win ner, was drawn in Tattersall's ""sweep :by tlireo . Walls'cnd 'residents.—Mr. ;A-.; ;.Young,- licensee of tho Travellers' JRo*' 'Hotel; .Mr. J. Morrison, insurance agent;, and Mr.. J. Turner, lata manager jot the local branch of ' the--, Australian Bank of Commerce, who diedi a ' few-, days; ago after a. brief illness; ( Air'. Ydffn'g' is ex-President of tho Wallsehd Jockey cinb. " ,y Tho Riverinn hurdle racorS;jrnverl6jh and VVarbar, had ,the Hurdle Race finisb' at Moorefield oh Saturday all to1 thfcin selves.- On tlio April, form^, , Warbar •Was 11 he- best-treated-■animal, having won when giving away iOlb tu Inver lorn, .who blushed third to' him in ,'a racq art .Wagga,.- The l'ace was-, two ,niiles sixty yards, uaid .at that \Vai;bar i>vas in front on Saturday. It : was oyer the last half-mile that Iuvcrlorn beat him. Warbar, however, ran. a; good game nice. . ' Tho Narandera Race Club's show ^meeting is..fixed for Thursday and• ...

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