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IRRITABILITY AND BAD TEMPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

:IRRITABILITY AND BAD TEMPER. ■ Between the Irritable and bad-tem pered person there exists a difference 'usually lost sight oC because they are equally unpleasant persons to live with. Irritability usually proceeds from disordered nerves, and is fre quently more of a malady than a fault, agony undreamed of by one with 'On the nervous man noises inflict an nerves of steel. It appears pure affec tation and silliness to some that oth ers should be worked up into a state of almost maddening nerve soreness by the grating of cinders, the crunching of apples, the munching of sweets, the creak of door hinges, the squeaking of boots. We know the triviality of these things, and that it would be only rea sonable to take as little notice of them as of the wind or rain. Sometimes it can be done. We do not hear them or we are indifferent to tbem; but at other times, when the nerves are in a state of tension that instantly vi brates into irritability, these well-un derstood noises, however much w...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reality. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

Reality. The march had been a long and tire some one, and as the bivouac -was being made for the night the captain of the regulars noticed that Pat was looking very much fatigued. Think ing that a small drop of whisky might do him good, the captain called Pat aside. "Pat, will ye have a wee sip of whisky?" Pat made no answer, but folded his arms in a reverential, manner and gazed upwards. The captain repeated the question several times, but no answer from Pat, who stood silent and motionless, gazing devoutly into the sky. Finally, the captain, taking him by the shoul der and giving him a shake, said: "Pat, why don't you answer? I said, 'Pat, will you have a drink of whisky?''' After looking around in considerable astonishment, Pat replied: "And it is yez, captain? Begorrah, and I thought it was an angel sp'ekin' to mo." Sparks: I see that young Noodle and Miss Sharp havo made a match, of. it. He's got no head at all, hut she's a clever girl. Griggle: Well, you can't expect a match t...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOPPING TO THINK [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

STOPPING TO THINK b n tl0 U'olr boat t0 t cl o !'! thoughtful for others. Tel w« Sfow up, and forgot nil about it sh, Piclly thinking that thoughtruincBB ru wlth tho scioua w ,U'° "0W l,rol"»y con marry f hm- i srown-up children jnairy tlieie is more nooesaltv ii^m over for It it wo want smooth run, nr fiiere should ho schools for noss in the ifn?'1 hSi lhem tho»shtf«] "osb in the little things of life, Tiwif f !? the tl,lios,t Httlo* things mno t , .f Unicst things that cause nine-tenths of the upsets ami the seri w"fe ''On'n M I b0U:;eR" ""tl for us tn "S, tlmt mnrrl»So (loci ior us is to mako us sensitive elill a record n;thVVfr°1U >>ol>s'h!o to make i i?A ho beginnings of the nuar ^^SX.'SltSS^S: as sfx," tr, s »| sy'^ob'^SbSE' It flould seom that, if either hm iTwouM hiv'3 llad7 stopped to think, mpleas™/Vf ma?y a "band's unpleasant day at work—tho absurd quarrel at the breakfast tablo coming again and again to his mind-a d rha0ny, a *tt0'a scn^'0BS tears, aft"? tho doo...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMPENSATION CURIOSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

COMPENSATION CURIOSITIES. All sorts of funny claims are made under the Workmen's Compensation Act, and after malting inquiries of some of the leading companies who insure under the Act, the following some of the droll claims, viz. :— ' A cow, whisltlng her tail, causes severe injury to a milkmaid's eye. A servant receives shock through seeing a large Teddy Bear when the room was dimly lighted. A manservant strains his leg through stamping on a cat. A cook breaking coal, a piece went down her throat. A curate scalded through stumbling whilst carrying a tea-urn at a paro chial gathering. A clergyman hitten by a dog whilst viBlting. A coachman, proceeding from a stable, struck on the face by his mas ter's slipper, intended for a "singing cat."

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. 1 ^oofHt-oail'—Place In a roast '/M'" a of tl'o host rumps teak: ?„> w U1-' I'oi'l'or and Bolt, al twnnl C0V|C1" . With W!ltor' roast Cor twentj minutes; then cover with slic rt0!i?';s• |,?|1|ier' nn" Bait, nnd roast " '''rty in in u tea; cover with sliced fQ(1?3' "id /oast for twenty min Htcb. thou sprinkle over with crated uioae°'JLnd roaut nfia!n ror t0'i min l„»f, rve 011 a llot di8'l. "11(1 it snpln7?li?,VOry minulea Previous to Kprinlcllnt, on (he cheeso It will be very tender and delicious. Stowed Tomatoes. — Pour boiling water on two quarts of tomatoes and (-over thorn closely for a minute. Then win {? W"tor oft and covor Hi cm it i i . ,wator- Remove the sltlns •Hid bard stem ends and cut tlio toma toes Into pieces. p„t tiiem on tho H''mV Ulom Blowly for Uiirtv mliiuUa. I ben add a cupful of dry breadcrumbs, a teaspoonful of butter, a teaBpoonful of sugar, a level tea spoonful of salt, and a quarter of a level teaspoon ful of pepper. Boll...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HEAVY DEPRESSED FEELING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

HEAVY DEPRESSED FEELING. " About twelve months ago," writes Mrs. B. Neili, Patton St.. South Broken Hill ,N-S.W.. " 1 got nasty pains across my stomach and chest which gavo me a heavy depressed feeling. After using various remedies without success I tried Chamberlain's Tablets, the first dose of which did me so much good and gave such relief that I persevered with them and now enjoy good health." Sold by all chemists ajiu tstprekeepers.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOWS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

SHOWS W COJIE. Bathurst—April 2, 3 and 4. Cobar—.April 5 and G. Orange.— April 9, 10 and 11. Moree.—April 15, 16, and 17. Barmedman.—August 29. Ariah Park.—September 2 and 3. Jnnee.—September 3 and 4. Cootamunifra.—September 18 and 19. Jorilderie.—September 21. ©asjWT®.—September 23, 21, and 25. A®9than,—October ....

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURED A CROUPY COUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

CURED A CROUPY. COUGH. " My little girl, Myrtle, aged i years, had a hard cough with real croupy Bound," writ03 Mr. H. Gordes of Crom well. N.Z. " Mr. Ilotop recommended me to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which I did. After three or four Hoses all signs of croupineas- had disappeared and . the child was soon well, ldy wife and I are more than pleased with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." Sold by all chemists and storekeepeers.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rule for Measuring Tanks. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

Rale for Measuring Tanfcs. Add together the top area and the bottom area together with four times the middle areas, divide the result by C, and multiply by the depth. If the measurements are in feet divide by 27, .and the result will then be the size of the excavation in cubic yards. Top ... 60 x 80 4800 ... top area Bottom 20 x 20 400 ... bottom area 40 x 60 x 4 8000 ... middle area

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT [?]HE REFERENDUM BILLS MEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

WHAT ?HE REFERENDUM BILLS MEAN. The bills passed in the House of Re SresentationB aim at drastic alterations 1 the Constitution, and if they ate agreed to at the referendum, the Com- - monwealth Parliament will have power to make laws in relation to the following additional matters:— Trade and commerce, but not includ ing trade and commerce upon railways the property of the State, except sq far as it is trade and commerce with other countries or among the States. Corporations including;— (a) ■ The creation, dissolution, regu lation and control of corporations. (b) Corporations formed under the law of a State, including their dis solution, regulation, and control, but not including municipal or Govern ment corporations, or any. corpora tion formed solely for religiouw charitable, scientific or artistic pur poses, and not for for acquisition of gain by the corporation 'or its members, and (c) Foreign corporations, including their regulations and control. Labor and employment and unem ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LABOR'S PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

LABOR'S PLATFORM. 1. Constitutional, reform. fa) Abolition of the Legislative Coun cil, and the substitution Susrefor of the initiative and tho'referendum. fb) Abolition of the office of state Governor. (c) Full citizen rights for women. 2. Effectivo land settlement (a) Cessation of crown land sales. (b) A proper system, of closer settle ment. c) Water conservation and irrigation. d) Stat6 bank. (e) Taxation of land values. 3. Nationalisation - of health. (a) Free and decentralised medical, surgical and nursing services. fb) State maintenance of hospitals. (c) Special care of maternity, and protection of child life. (d) Supervision of unhealthy or dan gerous occupations . i. Equitable industrial laws. fa) Regulation of hours of labor. (b) A minimum wage for adult and juvenile labor. (c) Amendment of Workers' Compen sation Act. 6. Complete educational facilities. fa) Free education—secondary, tech nical, and university. fb) Free school material. 6. State iron industry . The establish...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Insurance Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

The Insurance Act. The Fnsurance Act, in England, which' Mr. Bonar Jias declared could never come into operation, has got well under weigh. Last year ifc was pay, pay, pay, and much dissatisfaction was expressed, but this year the benefius not only to employees, but al3o employers, are al ready making the Act popular. Seldom has any measure been subjected! to such fierce criticism and gross misrepresen tation, but Mr. Lloyd" George S'H tigiit, and won through. Everyone who has Btudied the Act realises that directly the benefits began to bo experienced, the opposition clamour against it would collapse like a pricked bubble. No fewer than 14,000,000 persons are insured un der the Act. The* cost to /the 'State this year is about £4,000,000, the workers and employers between them paying £14,000,000. The opposition of the doctors has been overcome. To secure their co-operation was another remark able acliievement of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, whose reputation as a conciliator was u...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Crisis in the Mediterranean. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

The Crisis in the Mediter ranean. In the ''Forum" for December, Roland G. 'Usher records- hia belief that a great crisis in international affairs is approach ing. England and her allies, among mrhom is the Unitedj States, are facing a situation as grave as 'when the firstShips of the Spanish Armady entered the Channel, or when Napoleon's fleet had swept the Mediterranean, eluded Nelson, and landed the French army in Egypt. The Tripoliian war has turned out to be a boomerang. It was meant to bind Italy tighter to England! ana France by allowing her to realise her cherished ambition and take possession of the fertile fields of the wealthiest province of ancient Rome, instead of which it has divern Italy into the arms of Ger many and Austria. Italy found herself committed to an expensive war, and when England and France were; expected to put diplomatic pressure on Turkey, they promptly declined to da so. Eng land nad become aware of a serious ferment among the thronging Moslems in Indi...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

Brevities. The population of N.8.W. on Dec ember 31 last was 1,778,980, and there were 92,996 more men than women. Mr Wm. Hughes announces thet he will contest West Sydney seat at the nest Federal eleclious. He does not intend to accept a seat on the Interstate Commission. The Criterion Theatre, has been sold to Mr John Wren for £60,000 The Full Court has luled that Government House can only be used for a Governor, unless with the con sent of the Imperial Government, i The Coast Hospital, near La Per j ouse, had a narrow escape last week from burning. Men were burning off scrub, when it got away from them. The city brigades saved the hospital The British Medical Journal, "The Lancet" states that Iwo specialists in different parts simultaneously made the discovery that cockroaches har bor a parasite which communicates cancer to human beiDgs The tbree million loan hringf the total up to 9J millions since McOaun took up the Treasurership a little over 12 months ago and 7J in five month...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
13,200 [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

13,200 13,200 divided by 6—2,200. 2,200 x 10 (depth)—22,000 cubic feet 22,000 divided by 27—8,14' —area of tank in cubic yards. If Jin want »i> flnil size beftro sinfc-j »ig you can obtain the length and breadth of what the bottom will be on ■omplelion. Thus: This tank has the top measurements 60ft. by 80ft.; depth, 10ft4; slopes on three sides 2 to 1, and_ on one side (the roadway) 4 to 1; in the breadth, 2 to 1 for _10ft— 20ft, this on either side,—40ft. This substracted from GOft. leaves 20ft. in breadth at tho bottom. In the length on one side,'2 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 talcen I off from 80ft. in length and will leave 20ft, thus 20ft, x 20ft. to be the measurement of the bottom.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

The War. Austria him threatened to resort to arms unless the civil population' is al lowed to leave Skutari. It is staled that Montenegro has been, aivon a week to consider her • reply to the Austrian dcma-iids , Austria agrees to Soma's annexation of Diakova on condition: to Russia agreeing to Albania's inclusion of Skulnri. The Bulgarians stormed and carried all the advanced fortifications of East Adrianople. It is announced from Cettiujo that Montenegro has yielded lo Austria's allimaluin, which declared that unless the civil population was permitted to leave Scutari Austria would resort to arms. Austria also complained of the forcible conversion of Hoinaii Catholic Albanians to the Greek Orthodox Church land the treatment mined out to . (lie Austrian steamer Skodra at San Giov anni. ' Montenegro, in yielding, has protested to the Powers' ugainst the Austrian attitude. The Victorian Minister ..for' Railways .is «to'visit Sydney,-in connection .with border , railway construction;-...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

In Bushells 1/6 you have much.finer quality than the Tea Canvassers sell, ancl it,costs you* less. 50 lip. ,^-chest 25 „ Canister @ -J jA\ 12 ,, „ ' @ iI/5 We have a hundred ancl one lines' to spread our .expenses. over, and can, therefore; sell a \ better, article at,a smaller profit than the Tea Canvasser, who , has only one line to sell. LOCAL AGENTS. Announces the arrival of New Goods in Every Department and now holds the largest assortment in town—at prices to suit all purses. Boots and Shoes by ^11 iLeacS in gj\!iVS alters and at lowest prices. In the Selection of BOOTS & SHOES Ladies' and Children's wanlB have been •specially catered for. EXCELLENT VALUE PREVAILS. ' Clothing, Mercery, &c.« In all the Latest Desigrm and TaBtea. HAVE A LOOK AT OUR SHIRTS, HATS. AND TIES— ' / T1IEY MUST PLEASE VOU! iTOBACCOS, FANCY GOODS STATIONERY, WATCHES. CLOCKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, PHONO GRAPHS, BICYCLES ETC. iLspection and Comparison Invited. "The House where Quaiitv Counts...

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FEDERAL LIBERAL PARTY POLITICS. THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

FEDERAL LIBERAL PARTY POLITICS. THE CONSTITUTION. Maintenance of the Federal spirit of the Commonwealth constitution, as laid down by its farmers, in opposi tion to the tendency towards unifica tion shown by the Labor party. Opposition to the Labor party's pro posal for the amendment of the con stiiufion at the approaching referendum. Preservation of the rights of the States to the corttriol of their affairs within the bounds laid down by1 the constitution. Controf of combine and monopolies for the protection of the public, but without undue interference with private enterprise. FISCAL POLICY. Appointment of a permanent Tariff Board of a non-political nature to super vise and report to Parliament concerning inndustrial production and commercial exchange, the operation of the tariff, and its effect upon the investment of capital, and the employment of labor, and to make recommendations from time to time for tho adjustment and revision of duties where necessary. Correction of inconsis...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why Bulgaria Won. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

Why Bulgaria Won. The "British Review" contains an 1^. teresting article on "Secrets of the Bul garian Victories" from thei pen of Philip Gibbs, who served "The Graffic" as opecial war correspondent. The whole "nation responded as onq maa'to the call to arms; in thej words of the '.writer:— "As I Tiave said; 'King Ferdinand: 'and his war ministers calfed out not an army but a nation. They were cruel W their clean sweep of the nation's manhood . In the last reserve) were boys . of Sixteen and meni past sixty years of age. No one was spared from the roll-call. Professors and painters, jour nalists, merchants, shopkeepers, fliejr shop assistants, schoolmaster and'school boys, every kind and .condition of Bul garian, were summoned iti that general "mop-up* of tho national strength. It was cruel, but it was also magnificent. For the call wag answered' with a itre mendous enthusiasm, and there were no evasions, no deserters." . Mi. Gibbs makes an interesting com parison which gives the re...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Cricket A Country team played a match, with Urana on Saturday last, when the former won by 14 runs. Following are the scores:— URANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913

, Cricket v A'. Country '.team played.a 'match, ,wii3ij Urauaon Saturday last, whem.tho former! ■H'on hy .14 runs. Following aro the scores:--? • ■ ■■' •■■■■■ URANA. J. Rankin, b McCook . 3 -A. Parnliam. b McCook 29 C. Mallueson. o Woodhams b McCook 0 W.- Vales, c Davis' b Xrethowan- ,= 9 R. ■ Ilobbs,, c Wilson, b • McCook .. 1' J. Woodhams, b Slioonon '• - 4 R. Tonks, c. Trethowan, b McCook l J. Wilson.' c Ilobbs b McCook . 1 1?. Dallislon, run out . . i. ■vl W. Kuscliert, run out • , 1 Willis, not out . : 0 Sundries ' 3 ' Total ■ " V ' . " 52 THE COUNTRY. E. ; Da\jis, c AVoodhams Jb Parnliam > 7 .1. Trelhowan, b Parnliam 12 W. :Shoenan;' b-'Parnliam. •-•••• , 0: W TrclhoWan, b Rankin • 12 R.; Holland, b Rankin . i • ■ 4. McCook, not out ! . . .17 L. Council v. c Tonks b Rankin 0 A. Peck, b Kuschort- >i • ■ 0 C Holland, c Woodliatas b Rankin 5 McGee, c Rankin b'Kuschort . 4 P. Nash, c "andi b iKuschert : :■ 0 Sundries ; 'i 5 Total ■ ^ 66

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