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

GENERAL NEWS The ofDelal opening of the new juni or technical college at Sunshine will take place shortly. Mr. H. V. McKay presented the Education Department with four acres of land and the sum oil £2000 towards the project. Already between SO and 00 pupils have been enrolled. A party of American boys, who are to tour Australia, have arrived at Fre mantle. They are being entertained by the Young Australia League. The opening cattle sale at the Ade laide abattoirs was held on Monday in the presence of over 1000 people. Mr. Edward Laughton, the oldest liv ing stock salesman in the State, sold the first bullock. Although S2 years, of age, he made a captal speech, link -ing-up- the-past-oi- the-stoek -agency •business with the present. Mr. John Dunne, of Netley Station, presented a beast to 'be sold, the proceeds to go to the Children's Hospital, and it realised £64. The yard contained 1,271 head, and they averaged about 25/- per 100 lb., the primest quality ranging to 28/-. • • • Depio...

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

Personal. Mr. Ernest Arthur Vincent,     manager of the Commercial Bank at Boree Creek, was included in a list of three hundred appointments as justices of the peace notified last week. The newly appointed police offi- cer at Oaklands is Constable Mul- ins. He succeeds Constable Peck who recently resigned from the force.      

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Important Land Case AN OAKLANDS HOMESTEAD GRANT. CONTRACT TO SELL ENFORCED. EQUITY HIGH COURT AND LAND BOARD PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 July 1913

Important AN OAKLANDS HOMESTEAD GRANT. CONTRACT TO SELL ENFORCED^ EQUITY, HIGH COURT AND. LAND • " BOARD' -PKOOEEDINGS. • . One o£the"most.important.mat-; ters,before-the Local Land Board in Urana last week wassthe appli-, cation by Patrick Walsh to con- vert . his homestead grant 02-1", parishes Boreejerry : and ..Henty,: portions 32 and 17, 822f acres, in-. | to oic.p. 13-7. . The land, in ,ques- tion was involved in a contract, made by Walsh to sell to Louis Alexander, of Oaklands, .so soon as the ten years' residence condi- tions imposed on Walsh were com- pleted and the area was converted into a conditional "purchase. The selling price was. fixed at £3. 10s per acre. After having completed   the' residence, and the time, for   conversion having arrived, Walsh   declined to carry out the contract   to sell. ~ Then Alexander brought a suit in the Equity Court asking   that Walsh be restrained from   dea...

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

A BUSINESS CHANGE. Mr. It. D. McLend, of Oaklands, noti- fies that he has severed his partnership in the agency business with Mr. D. J. Lane. Mr. McLeod is now trading under his own name independently. His agencies are enumerated in our advertising columns..

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Checking the Rolls. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

Checking the Rolls. The task o£ checking the rolls, used at the recent Federal .'elections; -jhaiS: commenced at Albury. '■ Tlife! ,'ijiSkj:'Ib' a very heavy one, but precisely wiu}£ Its uritility may be Is not quite, elehiv However, something had to be done by the authorities iu view of tlie alle gations that there was gross misrepre sentation and duplication oL' voles at the elections. Mr. M. 3. -D'Arcy, re-., turning officer or Hume electorate, is in charge of the task, assisted by Mr. Dumont, of the post oflico stall. Mr. H. M'Cutcheon, who acted as scruti neer for Sir William Lyne, is watch ing the present operations on behalf of the late member for the Hume, and Mr. J. H. Allen is doing similar work on behalf of Mr R. Patten, the present member or the Hume electorate. _The scrutineers are receiving £1/1/ per day from, the Federal Government for tlieir attendance. Their duties "aire not arduous, but monotonous.—"Daily News." ' ' " Just as tho executive ot tlio' Junto Hospital w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

MBHUSBMIDJOW & CO. PROPRIETARY LIMITED, ALBUSY. With Branches at— i; LOCKHART, WODONGA, /. TALLANGATTA, ,T. _ WALWA & CORRYONG. MOCK SAkjgS held regulariy ;n their • Albury,;' '.Wodonua, J ockhart, Corryong. Tallangalta, and Waliva Yards. Frequent- Sales are hsJjLalso at Albury WOOL, SHEBPSK.1W3, HIDES, TALLOW ■ FURRED SKINS, &c. '.Highest Values Obtained. V J f' : Liberal Advances Made, v. Prompt ReturnB. Offices:—Dean Street, Albury. Wool Stores.—Railway, Albury. Head Offices & Wool Stores:—Melbourne 1 S'FHERSOJi, TH0I0 & CO. ■■SHEJiP;' CATTLE AND V PROPERTY SALESMEN, YAHKAVVUNLiA. J. A. TJ nn. Cii^v Al i'ueraon. t:>0 CoUtiis-streot, Melbourne, . s (R. E. Young.| (Jovowa t>akl«nrts, N.S.W., r AND AND" CLEAiUNG SALES con ' JU ducted in any part o£ Victoria and "New South Wales. ■ RIVERIN A AND VICTORIAN LAND SALES A SPECIALITY, Lisfe- of Land and Stock for Sale posted on -application. i Trust- Monies available direct from i i Lenders at...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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CONSUMPTION OVERTAKEN PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

GONSUMtTION OVKIlTAKiiN I'llO- ■" DUCTION. Tlicro is one clear outstanding fact iu connection witn wool interests, winch IB that consumption has aJready ovlt taken production. Supplies will hot I bo largo during tbo ensuing wool year, ; though there will bo some considerable j increase ,in production from Australia,, 'despite the terrible mortality amongst ] grown _sheep and poor lituibing during the year 1912. A point wed wortli noticing is that sheep slaughterings^ for home consumption and export have'; roached such dimensions that it will be many years before the ilocics b£ Australia can be built up again to any tiling like the.former numbeis. The frozen meat industry is proving* a very - profitable one, and is sure to.expand, ^ and especially so when the doors ol either, or both the United btates and" Germany arc thrown.open for the free - reception of Australian meat, which is assured .pf a 'demand which -.it ; wilF lie impossible to supply if we_do. nofc rob 1'etcr to pay Faui...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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FUTURE PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

FUTURE PROSPECTS. . , With the general trade of--thu:--world, active, and every prospect - of 'remain.-" ing so, there should be a strong .con-1 sunipiive demand for wool during the coming year. Labor is well employed at better wages, the world's wool re quirements continue to increase, while there will BSagreat shortage of wool,:' in manufacturing centres before the end of the present calendar year, and only moderate supplies for 1^14. Wool will ' very shortly be admitted into the United States of America duty .free, and -it;, will not be very long before that great wool-using nation will require a< very large proportion, of Australia's ,;clip.,; Owing to great, financial stringency, iii the U.S.A. it is quite possible that-, they will not take a great amount of wool from Australia during the com ing season; but they are so short of stocks that they must purchase some, and later on they will require a large quantity. If only the trouble in the Balkan States could be sati...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Valedictory TO FATHER McDWYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

Valedictory •TO FATHER McDWYER. i Father McDwyetywho has been appointed fn charge of the new parish of. Urana. arrived on Fri day.morning. Prior to his depar "tui e from Junee, he was tendered a valedictory by the residents. There was a good attendance, cen sidermg the inclemency of the •weather. Mr. P. Heffernan, J.P., of Millbank, occupied the chair, and seated on hi§ right was the guest of the evening. On the platform were several prominent members of the Catholic Church, besides representatives of other denominations. -Mr. Heffernan said he was proud >o be the chairman that evening. T.lieir guest had endeared himself to them all, and they regretted his departure from the parish, ■even though it meant promotion for him. < He (Mr Heffernan) held a very high opinion of Father Mc Dwyer, who possessed broad and liberal principles, and who went out amongst the people and did .his duty in a priestly manner. It was a difficult ta ;k to carry out the duties of a priest, but...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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The Wool Clip. SUMMARY OF RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

The Wool Clip. SUMMARY OF HEStO/iS." 1'ho Annual Wool lleyiew foi' -Aus:. tralasia, issued by Ualgeiy. auil'^Oo?^ Ltd., which is now in its litteentlj year of publication, has just been puulisiicd, unci will be found ol interest to those connected with tho, industry., it is satisfactory to learn from it tlmt not withstanding the severe drought Vex-i perieuced for ten mouths prior to tfio commencement of the wool "suiisou, which closed on 'Juno iiOth last, thu results obtained by producers luCve been better than at one time^./oeinetT possible,__ due in a large meaSim^to" tho value of wool having advanced from £11 15s 5d per bale iu 1911-^2, to £13 13s Id per bale in 1012-lo. Xiic total value of the clip sold in Austra-. lasia during the past twelve' months amounted to 2-1J millions 'sterling, ;ts against 22} millions sterling -for the: previous season, notwithstanding- that • only 1,804,801 bales wero sold, •aa against 1,926,926 bales in tho previous! year. _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

The bid ho loved hm deeply. For «ho billed und cooed so sweotly, And kIiu promised ho should have iier , Tn the happy days to be. But rIju qualified it thuswiRe, • • . Thsjf eho'd marry h»m for sure, , If he'd premise lo always keep a< atopic.' Of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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FAVORABLE CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

FAVORABLE CONDITIONS. 14 is also gratifying to know that the wool year closes with values fur our staple product considerably higher than at this time last year,: and:, that; there is every reason to expect~a con"-' tinuanco of a strong consumptive de mand during the coming year, without violent fluctuations from the present payable range of prices. Such an al-*! most universally good season litis sej-*; dom been experienced throughout Aus tralia as has ruled over siniS;' Iftst shearing, whilst in New Zealand the" conditions have been up to the average:'1 Wool has continued to make splendid" growth, and the lambing and wool clip, are already assured, so that prospects, ahead for .the producers of our primary products are distinctly good, and can. only be upset by , a slump in the ' trade or international uonilicts. - The difficult position in the Balkans .'is. deli-v nitely settled, and the world's money' markets prosent a more stable outlook;:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

* AETER OTHERS FAllfon. "I ubo Chnmberl un's Pain Balm for a sore thronf, nnd hnvo niiviys found "no mhliiiiK to euro i1," writes Mr. T. Den nis, Hihitaki, N.Z "Tfc win 1c <1 wonders when I Rprained my ankle, 'giving me im medi.ite relief from paiiv after other lini meuts had fnilod. I »l«o recommend Qhnmherhin's Pain Hulm fur Vheumutism it having relieved me muiiy times." Sold everywhere. An amusing story of early days in • Victoria was told by Mr. IC. L. Murray to the Girls' Friendly Society, as illus trating one means of raising money tor. their now lodge. Many years ago, ho: said, a coftain country district re quired money for a special purpose, and a committee of three, "of which ho was one, was appointed to got the money. Thov did it by a system of "cadjnng," wfiich earned tiicm the title of "The Threo Old Beggars." Their method was to visit every house and station, and take anything given them —pigs, sheep, household goods, or money; anything was welcome. In the to...

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New Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

Kew Booksr; - The following new books have been added tip the School of: Arts library ':—-• - - t a— "The Spartan, Carolines-Dale Snedeker. ■ The Pioneers, Sarah Comstock. ' Stella Maris, William Locke. Leila and Her Lover, Max Pemberton. > i.Hands Up, Frederick Niven. The Plunderers, Ray Norton. The Temptation of Tavernake. . Phillips. Opperiheim. • i ; ; Myher.Gplthorpe, I.D.B.,^ H. E. Mills Young. r ''The'..Judgment House, Gilbert Parker- " -:n

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

Urana IPo-ogress Association. A MEETING df thu abovo Asa'itii.iili'«n will bo hold in tho SCHOOIj OE ARTS, UHANA, on WEDNESDAY, 13th AUGUST, lit 8 p.m. BUSINESS. > Rosignntiun uf Secretary.' Eleotion of Con.inittuo. And othor important l usiuoss. ; J. WAUI.EN,, r. Secretary pro: b in. * -

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LOCKHART V. TOOTOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

LOCKHART V. TOOTOOL. ; -These fteams met at 'Lockhart on Saturday;-and the result was a win for.' Lockhart by 39 points. The filial scores were— "• "Loctitiart,43points." Tootooi, 4 points.

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Football. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. OAKLANDS V. URANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

SATURDAY'S MATCHES. OAKLANDS V.'URANA. .The above teams met on the Urapa-recreation ground on Sat urday , last. The special train from Oaklands arrived about-]-2. p.m. with a fair number of enthus iasts aboard. Urana also had a good following, and quite a decent crowd witnessed the match.' Mr Dougherty had charge of. the game, and, judging from com ments, his umpiring \Vas not sat isfactory. He was inclined to be lenient, and several glaring brea-" dies of the rules were allowed' to pass. : What .might have been a good game was marred by rough play. A strong wind was blowing which made the-kicking erratic. When the . bail was bounced: Oaklands secured, and veryquick ly scored, a , "sixer." They ..were running over Urana,. and in no time scor.ed. again; This quarter was all Oaklands, and- at change of ends the scores stood— Oaklandsi 2 goals 2 behinds Urana, nil. ' x In- the second quarter Urana likened up, and soon had Oaklands on the defensive, but owine to the; strong wind several...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

'Jhuroh Services; church of England! Services for the Month. '1 First Sunday—Jorildorie,' 11 a.inv" !i p.m. (Childrens Service), and) 7.30 p.m. Second Sunda/—Urana 11 (II.CO and 7.80 p.m.; Ronnd Swamp, ..Isp.m. Third Sunday—Hartwood 11,15 a;in. (H.C.); Jorilderie, 7.30. Fourth Sunday.—Oakland^ 2.30 p.m.-; Urana, 7.30 p.m. J. Lacy. Winnj Vicar.i.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

- EXCRUCIATING, UHH UMATISM. "For yours I could not got relief from the excruciating pnins of rheumatism," writes Mrs. Jane Pierre, 1340 Sturt St., Ballarat, Yic. "I started usii)(( Ohim borhtiti's P-iiu Balm, and the Gist bottle showed the merits uf the bilm. At the -first op|jertrai.c« of [win now I apply hot fomentations »nd have Chamberlain's Pain Bulm will rubbed in, and it muds off all suffering." The Liberals of Tamworth have turn«d down Lorien for the Liberal selection In favor of a straight-out candidate.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ' < , Serrices (or the Month. lit Sunday—Boreo Creek, Jt'.a.m; Urana, 7.30 p.m. , Saturday Evening—Coononu; Station; Second Sunday—Gjree, 2.il0 - ip.m! ' Bundure Station, 8 p.m Third Sunday'.—Clear Hills, .2 p.m. Urana, 7.30 p.m. ■ •'> Fourth Sunday—Urana, 11 a.m.; Uou nd Swamp, 3 p.m. . •

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