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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

'General N&xtosii. wssi The 'bright, star An tares in Scorpis dill a little hiding behind the moon on -.Tuesday morning. We were not up to scg it. • * The Hoard of Health has issued no .".ti'Ces-to all. hotel-keepers nndpropricv ■ tors oC hoarding-houses throughout the State who keep a cow, that they must register under tlio Dairies' Supervision; Act.v • ■ .Tlie-rJunee' police received word on Saturday night last that whilst three young men were working a punt ross: the. Murrumbidfcoe ■ River at andra; a man named Michael Don ovan ;feli intt> the Swollen river, and was-' drowned. Deceased was itibout years -on age. ; ;; • . \ • t ,

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VERY BEST THING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

* l H E VKUY REST TH Iv G. . r?.t .''S 'ino I lino !< icl< I liiid a m'Vi're cold "ikUviii1 i "■ . mi'li," «ii|i« -M is.—Gr«ct» iH:ji fis,;vAslih(iurii(i . shout, Cln istchurcl), t t i.'d t-uvvrn] , so called rcmo ■ <1','.!■>■ ■ \vu I!* ut, ifjt > tiiu in u;-1 Jtlief,■ 'Nntieiiij: tr:mi Mdvi-i 'isfinput. (ii!;Gliimi)iBi]niii8 Cciuyh HeiiiciH I [)iu ell mpifl'n 'hollo, "i)d_ it Hive ilu i clii f' I consider Cbam i Jeilaiiils GMugfi->Ki'Wdy^-t1ft very-bent iiTlin^ -T-ili'tvo- uvciv: ci|iuo. iioicss.," Suld e\i i>wm.iv * ' *"Y Money' continues 1 bcarce and' dear everywhere "(states ^tlie "Statist-,"; of LoiuUm, Tune 7)' "the phenomenon / is not. coiifinocl-:to Europe. ,'!lt is'gen* er^l-in ;/)merica,:ancl at. Vho Antipodes.' lc l^ol course the rGsult partly "of the hoarding o[ such ^ ast sums ip, .sonio;ql,..the greatest of European •CdiiniJies; piirtiy of the new Issues, which have £ontinued';foivso unusually long time, and are going on on ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

Woods^' GreaL Peppermint Curq, 1/d. ■For- ,Chronic: Cheat Complaiuls", Mr Willis, Speaker of the Assembly^ atldrcssecl a largo meeting at Scone on Monday night, and said he would contest, the Upper Hunter at the next, dlcection. .,Ile would take the chair at the opening of Parliament, but how long* he would remain {here rpmains to -be .seen. He thought Parliament should be dissolved. Tlie redistribu tion of seats was now completed,' his compact with the Government was at aiu cndv . and lie- ;was free to do'-as ho Iploased. Ho denounced capitalistic combinations, supported land value tax-' ation, and licld that landowners should' be 'made: to use (their land/or lose it. On tho' whole Mr. Willis had a good hearing. ,.r . > •

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

IN SELUNC is EFFICIENT, PROMPT and CAREFUL HANDLING, BACKED UP BY LONG EXPERIENCE. TRy THAT OLD-ESTABLISHED FIRM i FAT STOCK SALESMEN, STOCK & STATION AGENti Regular Sales cj7 Sheepskins, Hfdes. Tallow/, fur Skins, Bark, Grain Sc. &c.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Urana P.P. Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

Upana iv P. Board. '■'A meeting-'of; the directors of the Urana Pastures' Protection Board was held on Wednesday. There were present Directors Clapperton (chairman),.McGeoch," Culley' Carrollj Weedon, and^tav- • enagh.'A • ^•r Correspondence was dealt with as follows':—_ , , A'circylar;letter from Mr. R. D. Badc«e'ryV ""pro'posinff' 'certain re forms-in-the'management'-of- the Council of. Advice, and that m.eet ings should.be held less frequent ly, :.was.;i:eceivedi.: but; no action, taken. The Lands Department inquired as:to",objections to the proposed cu'rtailment'of T-S.R. in the parish of Wilson, county. Hume, near Daysdale, in order to ; make .suffi-. cient. areas for settlement^: It was .; stated that the: reserve'.was- out side the^.Urana "Board's" district, though it affected travelling stock from the district. . The: inspector was instructed. to.: report against the proposal. . The Stock. Department" inquired as to any objection for the - revo^ cation of T.S.R. 991, near: B...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

GASPING FOR BREATH.^ "Suverul times we neiriy |o8t. "bur . Bon i Bert with croup. for lie whs.oliokinff'nnd-I spisping. for bre«th," writes Mr. P. Bnlm- I er, dripcr, Liunceston, Tus., nnd I liuve | hud to ei't.upin the ni^htind £<>''for- » bottle of Ohnmberl'iiii's Oouglii IteMYedy. "Afror 11 1,'otjd donii of this wonderful rem elv there would l>o »«■ in irvulioua : enoe in Bort,' and , I liavo' never' kn0\vn qiio buttle to fnil to completely- otiro him." Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

I TJrana Directory I URANA (N .t>.W.)—A postal, money order and telegraph town, on the north ern side of Urana Creek, at the junc '•on of five stock routes, equidistant from Narrandera and Corowa, and be '^•"ou Wagga and Deniliquini; State Electorate of Corowa; Federal Electorate •of Riverina, .distant 70 miles from Albury, -!0u miles from 7 Sydney, 220 .from Melbourne. A daily train serves Urana, connecting with the: main Southern line at The Rock. Coach. to and from Corowa via lOaklands. There is a daily maiK from both Sydney and ■Melbourne. The chief industry is are farming and grazing. Population of towti, '100; district, 2500. Urajia is the central oDice oV' the Urana Land District, and the 7&and Board meets here periodically. It is also au important post office telephone exchange centre,, with 41 subscribers, all the surrounding stations and principal farmers being connected, it is also con ■ with .Lockhart ,and Jerilderie. Urana is noted loi the splendid gravel dep...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

□ BDBDBOBDBDSDBnESnSClBQcinBiCJQIDnilZIBnBDQDBDBDB DH □ B □ B DUDE & v CU. Melbourne Market. Sales Held Weekly , > . .^fiaarisig the €>e.ason. The NIELB'OUBNE Assooiated Brokers °/c --Receive, tind. Sell Wool Irom.aU parts of Australia at . □ the following Rates:— H Receiving, Weighing, YVuri Housing, 1 otting.V,/Y ' "11 H . Repacking, Sal Aspens. s, etc.; . "V JL200 nnd under ^ ... ^ ...' 3 per cent □ Commissin j-t!200 to i'DOO .. <! .. / 2 per cent.,h J Over i'5r0 . ... ^ ' t u '^li-per ccnt □ Insumnoo , - Oho Shilling ancrsixpence'per cent 5 GOLDSBROUJH, MORI AND: CO,. LTD. -::;-:j;!'&■■-■?=• W'. f<1 ;}''!• n2 AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE LAND and FINANCE CO., Ltd. □ . - NEW ZEALAND LOAN /-AND MERCANTILE^' 'AGENCY;' CO., »Lld;j ^ : DALGETY AND COi, m' l AUSTRALIAN ESTATES" and MORTGAGE CO., Ltd , S : YOUNGIIUSIiAND, ROW AND CO. PROPRIETARY, Ltd a BOB 03 OBDBDBClQDBDBDQDSDBDBOBClBDBDBO^QjBDflDBniSOBQQOB Foi Con^tipatiGEs Biliousness,/ Bad Breat...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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YERONG v THE ROCK [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

c- YERONG - v; jTIIEj ROCK; allies® ^Wam's. i!alsc>' played \a;lgame,v :but';it:,. resulted rather one-sidedly,^"for ,Yj!rong";overe unable to score through-, out the game. The Rock scored in all'fou.rteea. -gpals..^ The?"team8.,wer§:—r.' •'Thei-Rock-^Wi'JWest'^captainJJiSiji'fon-it tague,; A," .Montague, and 0. • West; Yerong—Or. F. Plunkett (captain), S. KelliVi-.J-' Kelly, and F-. Kelly. . Tljp tournament^liaiL,. its S conclusion'> . at., the 'CdmnierciidSHotel.^iri.' ,the :;eve%-.' ing, .when the visiting teams and sup porters, tvere banquetted. The usual toast list was. gone through. The Cup will be" hold -by Wagga this year, but It must be won three ■times before rbecomirig. the property, <3£.. • any: "club. - 'This year the : matches \^ere confined to "13" teams, but ■next ye:ir tlie competition will.be open ; to' all. comers.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

CHURCH SERVICES. The Rev.- — Smith filled the pulpit on Sunday last at the Pres byterian Ghurch, Oakland, and delivered axpowerful discourse to a large congregation, who listened attentively' throughout The rev. gentleman based his sermon on the Revelation xvx. He linked up the prophecy of St. John at JPatmos with oast history, princi pally since the Reformation, and dealt with,current events, especi ally the turmoil in the Balkans, showing how events that vy&re foreshadowed had come to pass. It being the second; anniversary of the church opening, the offer- ■ tory is to be devoted towards the, maintenance of the building. Mr. R' M- Hardie presided at^the or gan, ;and -several gentlemen as sisted in the choir- It has been • suggested that an effort should be made to form a'choir to assist all the services, and it is hoped that it will materialise. With the tal ent there is available there should be no difficulty, and it certainly would add to the attractiveness of the servic...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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The Wheat Market STILL UNSETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

The Wheai Wlai-ket .-V. .STILL UNSETTLED. ■ . The Sydney market last week was unsettled and will be for a few days until ^tit is- definitely;.. kaown; liow. thd" European'^ crops iifeisbapmgs i •• *

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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OAKLANDS. A RESIDENT DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

OAKLAftDS. A RESIDENT DOCTOR. A public meeting was held in the School of Arts, Oaklands, on Saturday affernoon to consider the advisability of securing a resi dent medical officer for the town. Mr. H. D. Black was voted to the chaii, and explained that the mat ter had been before the publicand the lodges for some time, and it was desirable that something definite should be done. After considerable discussion, Messrs. McRorie and H. Rockliff were ap pointed to canvass the district to see what guarantee could be rais ed. A resolution was also passed that another meeting be held when Messrs. McRorie and Rockliff have finished their canvass.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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STACKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

STACKING?. 'The stacking this year on July 12 avas ,1,798,155 bushels as against 774,208 for, 1912, or a million bushels more. Th'e following are the stackings 'on lines in this districtOld Junee 35,439; Marrai; 43,399, .Coplainon 53,660, Gan mainv9;381, Hatong SSfBerrigau ,18,484, Wait-'a\vhile 7;632;' Finley' 8,696,-' Ifare field 17,751, Uranqiiinty 39,494, The Rock••-38,367}: Toofool- ;>17,97G,-,:£rencli.. Park-'' 2,015,= Milbrulong'-.* 20,239, v.iLock hart" 53,070, Boree Creek 25,241, Mucra :30, Cullivel "11.374;' -Oaklands" 29;348, Verong Creek 31,264, Iientv S9,053, Culcairn^ 56,993, Fellow Hills 2,400, Germanton- 13,183. JiWalla Wall.i 62,174. Burrumbtck 29,319, Brocklcsby 54,097, Balldalo 36,291, Hopefield 79,818, Cor owa 1,760, Gorogery 1,860, .Table* Top 5,882.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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RIFLE SHOOTING. URANA DEFEATS BOREE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

RIFLE SHOOTING. URANA DEFEATS BOREE CREEK. ■ On Saturday last a team of Urana riflemen journeyed "to Boree Greek,.and the representa tives met on the range at the"lat: ter town in a match at the 500 and 600 yards ranges, five men aside, eight shots'at. each distance. The Urana team.won by ] 7 points totalling 329 against 312 by Boree Creek. . The-conditions of shoot ing were very difficult, a heavy wind blowing across- tire- range. Scores were as follow :— - ■ URANA.. '• " Thornton . Pollock . Horniman. Oisen • . Wise.~ 329 BOREE CREEK, r 500 600. Tl. Watters ... ' ... 36 34 70 Vincent Dive Montague Carroll . 37 33 70 . 36 25" 61 30 27 57' .. 29 25 54 : 312 A' return match wifl ' take yplace at Urana in three weeks time. .

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MINING AT MALEBO. A VISIT TO THE MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

MINING AT MALEBO. f, ; , A VISIT TO THE 'SlINES. ;During the week- our representative paid .a. visit,- to the. now mining liold at| Maleb'o.' ' imghtlbe'.'hcre - stated that.; the silver mines .are; about four miles oast of Malebo.: inone of Mr. Miilqueeney's paddocks.; .. It is situated ft miles -from Wagga and; about 10 jmiles from^ Juneo.^;.Xtte ;railwajr station Jstation: bf-'-Fairiieid •■;is" !:six-. miles dis tant.^, ■-1 • •About three-weeks ago quite a rush ^occurred/', and the country was pegged out along,' the line of reef for . miles. ^iOwever, at the: present time it is not a lfieldftfprjispficjilatqrs^Avithout money, and 4Kog^.3Y<l8^^ft^®^j!Sken>,uj), leases in! the'. expe'cfatiori 'thiit" they " will be able to benefit at the expense of the prospecting of the original , syndicate will be doomed to. disappointment, as the leaseholders will..-have to proceed ■ivith.g^fkj^'tlfgtleijd "of :a month; and the syndicate otn see* more than > month's work ahead o...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

(For the town and district of Urana.) >; rVw^ — < Is'published weekly on Fudays and is liberally supplied 'with reading matter. . The,'latest, general information* ■matte'rs of interest socially, reports of all local meetings and functions, latest land intelligence,, reports of land board meetings, reports of £>11 "district stock markets^ and' other matters offlocal interest.; Whilst, it is a 4 Live A dvertisiiiff Mediuiri ^Subscription : :4s per quarter ;^15s-per annum in advance, v . Posted free,to. anv-address upon application. □DDDDaDDatjanaanaaaDa.' \ , s .. ^ S" *. • , .'-vi"' Y Y \/ \ y y'.y^-- V..l,: • I,f you do not already Subscribe to your local newspaper, possibly. it is that you do not realise of what real benefit it would likely be-to - you.-'In the newspaper columns matters are given . -publicity,-"and bring under the notice- of -readers " - -oftentimes ^he opportunity of benefitting them r -'' selves. . ■ . i . The farmer often gains valuable -inform...

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Abolish the P.P. Boards. Mr. Gregory M'Girr, M.L.A., whites to the "S.M. Herald" as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

i 'Jl I' J .11 1 v ■i' ^.Qlishltfie P.P. Boards. Mr. Gregory M'Girr, M.L.A., whites to'the "S:M. Herald" as follows:— ■ VAttUb^r^V^^ body ot men woio in f«£or <f !§f SThif ^oEolP bceoxpMe torn aw at atM®. vu j w tiolo abhor MftAKtttfa. ssaefffsatrr-si fe*'* -ir and that ^ -otviral enemy the ;^|SigS»S?S altoris*. every- '.®eJ,e '"Si or mtfS applieaUon of a res01V0 or . additional llo^ , ¥,lpr A Kq for & special' ^«c™iv£~vriles, annual leases or ... ^;g holders, I 4a^rrof the P P boardsf who are 'who us^'^or grazing t ingncctor n#cs o£ ^ctroates. thpjfcfore < with r Z g ^ invari tbp member ^ wishes Piife dor' control ot the j}acs -m hits wages more less ^ roa4s sts^wrAr-s F^SE-fchssfsrst ^•Tho solution: to this trouble..to my shire councils or some local uou te'SSS^JS'&'SB S^OPeStock routes' should at once S£J »■ Fr5f -fs aM°wouldf make the hislead V.what it jsj, £^°a'of acres swrsrH?**^"^ »B^PtS85fe fcusi travelling' fee at per be haUe(1 ^l/doUtr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

, , [LEGAL NOTICE.] , PERCY MEILLON, SOLICITOR, &c„ JERILDERIE, Commissioner for Affidavits for N.S.W. and Victoria, AVILL ATTEND AT UlliVNA, BERRIUAN AND QTHER -U'.V.VS WHEN , REQUIRED. Trust Monies to Lenil on approved se curities in any amount, at lowest current rates ol interest. . [LEGAL NOTICE.] MR. N. TREVOR JONES, (Formerly of Narandera.) BEGS to give notice that he has, as a Solicitor, acquired the prac tice of ..MR. S.. ELLIOTT NAPIER, of Lockhart, and will carry on the practice of his profession. - OFFICE: M'CRACKEN'S' BUILDINGS, GREEN STREET, LOCKHART. Mr. Trevor Jones will visit URANA regularly on Court days—Fourth Thurs day in each month; and other Courts when desired. . • • ;j: I ■ I . - ! • ' A CARD.J •a ~ Geo, K. Alien. L.D.S. (BY EXAM.) DENTAL SURGEON, LOCK a ART. WILL visit URANA monthly on the WEDNESDAY following 2nd Sun day, at Mrs. Tracey's Royal George Hotel. ' ' NEXT VISIT TO URANA: <•

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

'Caeraeo-ai News. Leah Kleslina supported liei \\ mt of tlie Grand National l>y coming m-tiisi for the Ulupna Steeplechase on Satins-.1; flay ' - 1 'J' The Turks have captured AdrianaJilfe'-.Wi Tho ' Bulgarians, with' a 'small''force-,ray offered slight resistance. • » v- t Mr. Gibson, of Mow Zealand, at'id-- , formerly a stipendiary . stewaid uudei tho Southern . Districts Association, is a, beneficiary under the \w,ill-"of the* late Mr.- Faithful Gibson, or.Goulburn;-. ■: as a nephew. Anojher beneficiary "ib - Mr. Giljson, stock mspoctoi of the • Uraria P.P. Board. ' ' '\ Tho estate of Mr Faithful GibVon;4atefes? of Tiranna, near Goulburn,,.ttU(l'1-Gw^*ia gabal, near Grenfell, landonnci, who died; at Tiranna, on Apul 9th last, hagT been valued for probate puiposes at 4224,100 8s 6d. ' "Down at Lockhart," says a peregri-;' nating Gundagaito, "young Percy Claike , who used to' play the violin at- 'dauces a round Gundagai. way, when he was " not^.. blowing , the bassoon or the tro...

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