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URANA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

URANA PRESBYTERIAN 5 , CHURCH. . ■' For some weeks past; the Rev. B. Fox, of Sydney, has been offi ciating in the churches of' the Urana Presbyterian charged and; his ministrations have ; proved very acceptable to" the congrega tions. His period of service in this district, will conclude next Sunday,1 and it is expected that the clergyman who has accepted the charge here, Rev. J. A. Craig en, from Grenfell, will be inducted onWednesday, 20th inst. at 7.30. The committee hope to see a good attendance at the ceremony- It is also probable that Mr. Craigen will ^occupy the pulpit in the Urana church next Sunday morn; ing and evening. -

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC CHURCH (Lockhart Parish.) [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

CATHOLIC CHURCH . \ (Lockhart Parish.) Mass will bo celebrated as follows':— Mount Carmel, Lockhart.—Every 1st and 3rd Sunday at 8 and- 11 a.m. Vespers at 7.30 p.m. Si. Fiacre's, Urana.—Every 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Vespors at 7.80 pjn. i>t Ua'o, Urangeline.—Every fifth Sun day (tr hen occurring) at 11 a.m. Printed and Published by Charles Wilmot Dwi&tan, for the Proprietors; Ounstan Bros., at their Machine Printing Works/ Anna-street, Urana, in the State of New South Wales.

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

OAKLANDS SUNDAY SCHOOL. The anniversary of the Qak IandsUnited Sunday School will be celebrated on Sunday 'next. Special services will be held at 2 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. Bow ran, of Culcairn, will conduct the services. :

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

/jj£ itrana .|nk|jeitknt. (l^or the town and district of Urana.), ;•v;"i/ < x Isi published weekly on Ftidays and is liberally supplied' ;->with reading matter. The latest general information) : • ^ matters of interest socially, reports of all local meetings and functions, latest land intelligence, reports of land } board meetings, reports of all district stock markets, and "* other^matters of local interest. Whilst, it is j* , ^ Live Advertising' Medium . Subscription : -4s per'quarter ; 15s per annum in advance. Dosted free to anv address' upon application.. □□□□□□□DaabnaDDonnovj i < . i ^ If you do not already Subscribe ! - to your local newspaper, possibly it is that you do - e..- 'not realise of what real benefit it wotild likely be.to ■■ you. In the newspaper columns matters • are given .! ;:i publicity, and bring under the notice of" readers. ; • V / oftentimes the opportunity of benefitting ,,them-\ selves The farmer often gains" valuable;'' Informat...

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

OBITUARY. Th& death occurred on Monday afternoon, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. H. Warhurst, Urana, of Mr. Valentine John Freund, aged 72 years. The cause of death was bronchitis ajid heart failure. The deceased gentleman was an old identity of the district, and was highly esteemed by all. He leaves a family of four sons and five daughters. The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon-; The cortege was .lengthy, many, people coming from a long;1 dis tance to attend the funeral.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Rule for Measuring Tanks [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

Rale for Measuring Tan&s : Add (oguiner tho top area and iho liotlorn area togotlior willi four times the middle nreas, divido the result by ■!*, and multiply by the depth. It lli? measurements nre in feet divido by 27, and tho result will thon bo the size of the, excavation in cubic yards, Top ... GO x 80 4800 ... top urea. Bottom, 20 x 20 400 ... bottom nroa 40 x 60 x 4 8000 ... middlo nroa 13,200 n 200 livided by 6—2,200. 2.SOO >x 10 (depth)—22,000 cubic feet 22.000. divided by 27—8,14' —area of ~ tank in cubic yards, irj u (vrnt .i> tlnd sue before sink Sng^ ybn ' can " obtain the length And -breadth of what thn bottom will bo on completion. Thus: This tank has the lop measurements 60ft. by 80ft.; depth, lOftj; slopes on throe sides 2 to 1, and on ono aido (tho roadway) 4 to .l>tn tho breailtU, 2 tQ 1 for 10ft— 20ft, this on eithor side,—40ft. This siibstracted from 60ft. leaves 20ft. in breadth at. the bottom. In tho length on one sido, 2 to 1 slopes x 10-^20ft...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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RATS IN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

RATS IN COUNCIL h niu* tueellng oI Itata was he)J (uq sown to th* Park koopors) under the Ho ormtr's Oak in Ilydo I'ark, at midnight o» ftit Sunday. The objocl of tho gr.thorina ffAa to protost (ijjninBt the proposal luudo bj i oorrospondont of The Tuntt, that the * oewor-rntB who hnd cutnMUhrd then: »elvoi In tho sylvan retrf.t" Kn ".ni m-llydfl Pork Doll, should br cxtcrmina^-d by mown* it ° twenty fcrrots uitd a /uw «.»»', ;sbie do^s,' Mr. ltodunt (senior) \vns> »mi!u »1 upun lo jreaido. Ho took tlTe -hillock umid wuvini; it tsiU and much gnthiMmHii, an i .hat hu trusted tlml l,ho vnf mnvtl.My, omi >ftho most nmKiiidcopt oeinonm ;iia: iton Hyde i'ur*.• ' hsd <Ht»r '.i-wi, .mhi ihow by its orderly-, bclur-i »h;u ruu mow how to cc: 'wet '»:t in.- •• {Chrur>>.; They in. W.. •* '•«! ?.in-mi* ingestion litiwKim v. ,t,. <. .■ ,urn tlinni ui(i .«i .i .i.m--i »I . .. m :i.H af whnl ho iiiijO-r -»•■»11 • j-1 .. . ! , , ,Gronns, niui c< ,«•« ji ...

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

' • ATTACKED SUDDENLY. . - with intiueiizi, »nd got ■ --W0 1, ^ to^o tu l)L-d," writes Mr • i* y*''' buoiimiW, Taukau, N Z. ^ , My wife went u> Greim mid Colebroolt's / store to got eumethiii" f„r me j they told ner to (jive ma Cli.titiberlain's Cough - {le,nody> 11,1(1 "lie brmijjht it bnttlo homo. 1 am glad to sny th-tt it cured .me, and in iMs Ui*n :i vvtjuk I wiiy iih woH us evi-r ." and1 back «t' work." Obtainable every whera, ' ; ; -W.haB been, authoritatively stated ' • that the actual taking of the poll at «»e Federal elections on May 31 cost no less than £65,000, and it is estim , „ atcd that the printing of the ballot papers,- referenda pamphlets, and other preliminary expenses will make the total cost'of the election between £100,000 and £110,000. And we are threatened 'with a possibility of a re - '* petfjtlon of thiis expense In a few months time. J?AVE ALL A F A111 TRIAL. , , or y?,rs ' suffered from lironcliitia, • although I tilud inn.y j.iteut medicinos ' - *?...

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

Gbr8©B-£aJ: . :t 'n.W'T'iT 1 he candidature o£ Mr. J .C. L. Fltz ■palrkk for Orange lias beeen endors ed tj iho Liberals and the FarmoriV AiKoAallois. Tlio Health ■ Authorities have (meta rphuncally) dropped ■ another fly into the honey-pot of tho soft-drink ven dors in the form o! a newly gazetted ^regulation to the effect that alI_hotelB and', shops selling drinks of any kind to the public shall havo a glass-wash ■intf ' arrangement that will provido for every-'glass being washed with fresh, dean water; Tho new device will cost from £5 to £.1 103, without elevated ' water tank and pipes. ■ t. "He - is the beer thief ;of Bourke .'fctaoei," was how a policeman described ■ John Tinncone's character at tho Mel bourne City Court on Saturday. ■ "Tinn :cane," he'continued, "goes into a pub, alid - when lie seea a person having counter-lunch he collars his beer." As he bad 'no lawful means of support] •Tinncane wag sent to gaol for six months.

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RAINFALL. The following is the record of [?] rainfall at Urana since 1870:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

RAINFALL. — to: —• v The following is the'Tecord'-oK bo. rainfall at Urana sinco 1870:— •. >• Year. ■ ■ ■ Inches. 1870 3603' , 1871 .. > < 21.08 ., 1878 28.78 , 1873 ... ■: 18.30 1874 .. . 17 56 1876 , 24.57 1876 .. , 11.21 1877' .. " 15 07 • vit>r8 19.08 >187.. 1809 1880 15 76 14.45' v-1881 ^ ) '.1882 : ) 16.44 51883 1<j84 13.25 .. - 11.4.1- ' 9 1886 .. - 1387 " 18HS ... ■ 13.95- i 18*7 28 31- ' 18j8 .. • 10 54 _ 1889 .. j .• 28.81 " 1890 17.93 • - 1891 22.50 . 1892 19.77 i . 1893 17.61 ' 1894 .. 1 2t.99 , 1896 .13.14 c 1896 14.90 I 1897 ,,9 48. 1898 :. ; < ... " "8.66 1899 11.11 1900 20.16 1901 - .. _ 14.12,, 1902 ..' /10.48 1903 18.19 1904 14.91 1906 ..\ 13.42 1906 21.83 1907 11.85 - 1908 13.48 1909 1C.14 , 1910 .i 16.60 - 1911 15.98 1912 1892 1913 (tu date) 13.40 Arerage for 39 yeara—17 inches., Widgiowa records for the four'years preceding are as follows":— 1866 ... ... 17,94 1867 ... ... 19.84 1868 12.86 : 1869 16.37 Rainfall for 19...

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

NOTICE. I horoliy gire Notice tint POISON is laid in my Paddocki). • - Pi D. FEALEY. Molioi.ga, • _ : 13tli Juno, 1911. Notice.. I ANY Person or Portions found 'JVi spaus'iiy on Colombo t'lailis or Morundah Sutions without perminiion from: tlio un<lorBi»ni:d; will be prosecuted. # ^ - : A. & B. KKANH. ."NOTICE.. WHEREAS a Section of the Public are id the habit of leading open Rabbit ?roo£ Gates on Station Boundary Fences, hereby give final notice that legal proceedings will bo taken against any one leaving said gates open after this date. F. E. WHITEHEAD. Buthertvah, February 27th, 1909. Notice. ANYONE found Shooting, Hunting, or othcisriee Trcapaeaing onUrangetinePad docko will be prosecuted. <• H. HAZELWOOD, —' Manager...

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

THE TONGUE. Tasto is not oqually distributed over the ffhoio surface of Uie tongue. There aro threa listinct regions or tracts, cueh of which lias to porform its own special ottuso or function. The tip of the tongue is concerned mainly with pungent and ucid tastes; the middle portion is sensitive chiefly to awecta or bit* tera, whilo tlio baak-or lower portion con fines itself cnljrely to tlio flavours of rich, tatty substances. This subdivision of fucul* tics m the* tongue makes ©neh picce of food undergo fchrco separate examinations, which 'must be successively passed before it is ad* milted into full participation in Un human economy. The first examination ijcts rid of Jiibstancos which would bo actively and iin nodiatoly destructive to tho lUaue^ of Lho 'nouth and body ; tlio second discriminates between poisonous and chcmiiMlly harmless food and tlio third merely the minor |ucsti m whether Lhu particular food ia likely »o prove wholesome or in ligosliblc. Tho U'lisu of Lustu pi...

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A FINE D. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

A KINliO, On ono occiuiVij, (;.• t;,.. , • ih< ominont EtateMUtni. v n.-> ;' . < . .,«t (dm at a eoiin.n . I«• • 11 •. . . n~; 11 numoroiis company. -1- j. • y n<. Doon, who was to V r. i lervico. On llnirv/jr. r.- i •- »,.« ro narked somo«/lui( <>si ■■. •» • t» ... |»is would certainly md I <» i. ' i-ni!i.ii —a very poor iiITi*.• <•' i.u.mj minutes. On their n h:ni .k-i. '• • ■. i. i< i. iho'prcnclier, iiflcr ! :ur 1J10 lipcctod compliment, .. i t > t ':■ * . "Well, yoti mjo, l.luj-i i*» \ j i i r •. 301 tedious." "Oh, but you wcru,' \vus the u; • m - •ejoindor. 11 How could tlmt bo?" iwiid " 'my sermon occupied only—" "lam awaro o! the luti^lh ul y t non," interrupted CanniiiK, '* but jmi \w ru tedioui nevertheless." Tho vonerablo Frco Church mini t«-i i i ' Plisk, m hisinjoresiid^ voluinu ciifiiicj *■ hi % Country Manse," just published, hay ujipjn-,d this anoodoto by another of tlio smuc kum'i ...

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

MARRIED MANNERS. ' Be to'their faults a little, blind, And to tlieir failings ever; kind. Few people understand how many, faults and failings they posses* suntil they are put in the pillory of matri mony. Listeners will laugh at a good story told by their hosts, though it may he a chestnUt. It remains, for hie wife to remind him that he has "told that story at least forty times." Married manners need'reformation. It should be the duty and delight'of every husband and wife to shield each other's imperfections from the out side world, even to be blind to them in f-eir own home. Too great care cannot be beBtowed on words which might rankle or hurt. Love will never last in married life if courtesy departs—that courtesy which prevents too great an intimacy to breed contempt. The best and choicest manners, the kindest words and looks, should be; kept for the home, to be bestowed on the life-partners.

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

CATHOLIC CHURCH. On Sunday, 10th August, Mass will be celebrated at Oaklands at 8 a.m., and at Daysdale at 11

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HOW YOU TAKE IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

HOW YOU TAKE IT.'. Did you tackle the trouble that came" your way Witli a resolute heart and cheerful-? Or hide your face from the light of day With a craven soul and fearful? , Oh, a trouble is what you mp,ke It! And it isn't the fact that you're :hurt■> which counts, ^ ■ But only—How did you take ill? You are beaten to earth—well, well, what's that? Come up with a smiling face. It's nothing against you to fall down fiat; ; But to lie there—that's disgrace! - The harder you're thrown, the higher, you bounce; Be proud of your blackened eye! It is not the fact-that you're licked, that counts; But how did you finht—and whv? —E. V. Cook.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EUCHRE PARTY & DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

EUCHRE PARTY & DANCE. A meeting of ladies of ~ the Roman Catholic Church was held on Sunday night i'or the purpose' of arranging for a town stall at the Forthcoming bazaar- Father McDwyer-occupied the chair. It was decided to hold a euchre party and dance in. aid. of the -stall on Wednesday, April 13th. The bazaar will be held during, show week, and is in aid of funds for the erection of a convent at Urana.

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THE HOUSEKEEPER'S OUNCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

THE HOUSEKEEPER'S OUNCES An ounce of granulated sugar equals •" 7a ■ two level tablespoonfulo, I An ounce, of flour, four level .table- - -1 spoonfuls. v An ounce of butter, two level tea-, Bpoonfule. • . i An ounce of ground coffee, Ave level . i tablespoonfuls. An ounce of thyme, eight level ; tablespoonfuls. < | An ounce of salt, two level table- J spoonfuls. r An ounce of mustard, four level • tablespoonfuls. An ounce of chopped suet, a fourth of a cupful. r An ounce of olive oil, two table spoonfuls. ; ■ 1 A barrister, more fluent In his speech_than careful in his metaphors^ ( , was once guilty of , the following, peroration:— i-y "Gentlemen, it will be for: you to i say whether this defendant shall be , . <-!■: allowed to come into court with un- • - blushing footsteps, ■with the cloaTc of . hypocrisy in his mouth, and draw | three bullocks out of my client's poc- ■ , \ kets with impunity." . Daughter: Shall we invite Dr. Big-. . fee to the reception? j M...

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

Protected Birds. The following list of protected and unprotected biiiis tor the year 1913 ' appears in the "Commonwealth Ga eetto" FOR THE WHOLE YEAR. Owls of all species, mopokes and night jars of all species, swifts of all species, swallows and martins of all -species, laughing jackasses and king fishers of all species, wood swallows of all species, diamond birds (or par dalotos) of all species, piping crow ehnkes (or native magpies) of all spe cies, butcher birds and all species of small crowslirikes, magpie, largo bluo doves, thickheads, shnketits and bell birds, thrushes of all species, fantails (or wagtails), and flycatchers of all species, superb warblers, emu wrens, blue wrens, native tits of all species, ■ tintacks and ephthianuras of all spe cies, pipits and larks of all species, reed warblers' and bush larks of all spe cies, bower birds, tree creepers of all species, cuckoos of all species, stone plovers or night curlews, ibis and spoonbills of all species, herons, bit er...

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 8 August 1913

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES Rumored that, two medicoes in a suburban township were doing a roaring half-crown a minute trade in vaccination. The room being still crowded one doc. whispered in a scar ed voice that the lymph had run out, that there were still about a thou sand to do, and at least three days to get a fresh supply. Before that time their game would go back to the hills. A hurried thinking space, and then medico number Two smiled. "Hold on a minute," he said—"a few minutes for refreshments, please, la dies, gentlemen and children!" Then off he tore- to the local store. In a quarter of an hour the two medicoeB were going strong and before pub. cloaing time the whole mob were fin ished. Then forms were signed and patients thankfully left for home. An empty tin that had contained con densed milk stood on the inner study table. How much did that milk earn as vaccine?—New Zealand "Observer." M'Donald had been insisting oil the uselessness of dogs as caretakers. "Any dog can be beate...

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