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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. CONVERSAZIONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, <913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. CONVERSAZIONE. The committee of the Urnna School of Arts have decided to in stal an acetylene gas plant for the hall and billiard room, and with a view to help paying for same, it has been decided to hold a con versazione, consisting of musical items, euchre party and dance on Wednesday, 10th September. Town and country folkajike should Iiberally^patroniseisuclr a" worthy object.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Doctor's Twins. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

The Doctor's Twins. An Irish doctor, while enjoying a holiday in the country, took the op-, portunity, along with a friend, to go Ashing. During operations tho doc tor's sinker came off and was lost. Here was a dilemma—no sinker, no more fishing that day. Happy Idea. He had a bottle in his .pocket. The bottle waB filled svith water, carefully corked, and Bent down on its mission. After a. few minutes' interval the doctor had a bite and pulled In his lino at, racing speed, finding a fine pair of fish, one on each hook. "Ha, doctor, twins this time!" ex claimed his companion. "Yes," quoth the doctor, "and brought up on the bottle, too."

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

I; ( [LEGAL'NOTICE.] PERCY "nEILLON, SOLICITOR, &c., JERILDERIE, .Commissioner for Affidavits for N.S.W, and Victoria, WILL ATTEND AT URANA, BERRIUAN AND OTHER TO'.V.YS WHEN REQUIRED. Trust Monies to Lend on approved se curities in any amount, at Io*vest current rates ol interest. [LEGAL NOTICE.] MR. N. TREVOR JONES, (Formerly of Narandera.) BEGS to give notice that be has, aa 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, 6 LOCKHART. " fevor Jones will visit URANA •on Court days—Fourth Thurs ay uf^each month; and other Courts when desired. A CARD.J €h©o.*K. A1I©ii, L.D.S. (BY EXAM.) DENTAL SURGEON, LOCKHART. WILL visit URANA monthly on the WEDNESDAY following 2nd San day, at Mrs. Tracey's Royal George Hotel. NEXT VISIT TO URANA: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5th.

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Railway Timetable. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

' -Railway Timetable. The service will bo by the Down Ex press,train leaving Sydney at 7.26 p.m., instead: oi bv the 10.5 p.mf. train, as formerly. BOWNi SYDNEY Tho'Rock Tootool Preach Park . MUbr along: Napier.;:'. Lockliart bong' Park Bom Creek. Mucra, CulUrel.' ' URANA' URANA Uranagong Coorabin OAKLAHDS . 0 OAKLANDS: Coor^bld-1 iWihafjong - - Uran'a' CuDirel < .''liftings* Mncref/ .... Bo'reV Creek Long Park |Lockha>^'., •''! Napier-: ! iMilbruIong French Park : Tootool r iTHEROCK SYDNEY* P.m. ' j deD.art 7f2S arrive, depart fl,m. , a.m. 6.40 ' B.55 6±18 . 7^° 7J28 '8.13 7.43 ' UP,' ,8.65 .-,.,.9.30 ,«.4B arrive 10.46 depart 11.15 11 29 1167 i • nrnve 12.25 " arrive: depart a.m am. , | 9 50 10 7 1 10 85 110 ■> 1180 ' 1150 • panil(:!:vp.m.1 12 5 12 35 114 ';lt44 ' B.46 ;2$57; 8,17 81:41 3|59 4.30 4.52 arrive 6*10 2,15 Up,7Mail. leaves .The 'Rock at 4.52 p.m. tDaily, Saturdays excepted, from Sydney i'On Sundays arrives Sydney G.25 a.m. t Caili to pick □p anel set d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

. !;*w NOTHING'TO EQUAL IT. >iiV;Fbr'the immediate relief and com i plete i(sum : ot: influenza' • there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," wrjtes Mis» Fanny.. Bonhote,; Marrawah, ,Tsi»" It has relieved mo of this complaint -*jmT I have recommended it to neighbour!! who have found it to ■ cure coughs ■ and colds in almost any form.'. One doso has always given mo "relief and one bottle always cures my coldi." ■*• Sold by all chemists and store "'keepers. -

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

I r; DEPARTURE OF MAILS. : Monday—9 a.m. Sydney, Wagga, T.P.O. Urana,: Lockhart, The Rock; 2.30 p.m. Overton' Settlers. • Tueiday.—O w; Sydnoy, Wagga, etc., 8:p.m.,: Cdcketgcdong; 9.30 p.m., Bern gao..,<v ; . Wednesday—9 a.m., Sydney, Wagga etc.; ,9 a.m. Jerildoria and Gum Swamp ! Thursday.—9 a.m., Sydney, Wagga, etc.;''2.30 p.m., Orerton Settlors; 9.30 p.m., , Coro\ra and Daysdalo. ; Friday,—9 a.m'., Sydney, Wagga, etc., 8 ' Jwh,', Cockelgedong. ' ; Saturday;—9 a.m.', Sydney, Wagga, ' Urana, etc.; '9 a;m., Jerilderio and Gum Swamp; 9.80 P;m., Berrigan. I Sunday <—8 p.m., Corova and Days ; dale.... i i Cptnnrani cation to OaklanQs Post Office by' telephone and telegraph.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Oaklands Mail Services. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

i , (;/dakiands Mail Services. .-ARRIVAL' OF MAILS. •Monday.—12.40 ' p.m. . from Sydney; 6JO'.vpjni; from Orerton Settlors- ' | - .Tuesday.^12.40 p.m., Sydney; 2.80 p.m., > Jenlderie; midnight, Corowa and •Dayadale. I ' Wednesday.—8 81 a.m, Cockelgedong; ■12.40 .p.m., Sydney; 3.30' p.m., Berrigan ^Thursday.—2.45 a.m., Berrigan; 12.40 6jn.; Sydney; midnight, Corowa and aysdale. : Friday.—1240 p.m., Sydney; 2.30 p. m„ Jenlderie. . i Saturday.—8,80 a.m., ; Cocketgedong; 12,40 'p.m.,"Sydney; midnight, Corowa viit Daygdale. ! Sunday.—8.80 p.m. Berrigan.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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CAMPHOR AS A MEDICINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

CAMPHOR AS A MEDICINE. Camphor Is a remedy which has been used without a real knowledge scientifically, and as a sort of house hold cure-all for ages. It gained its greatest reputation as a medicinal agent in the treatment of cholera, doubtless due to the fact that its slow absorption in a depressing con diion like cholera would afford a valu able stimulation to the nervous sys tem. Camphor in tlie proper doses Is very useful in nervous headaches, nervous depression, and the first stage of a cold in which there is a vaso motor disturbance (movements of thff blood vessels). A few spasmodic con ditions may bo benefited by it. The best preparations are the spirits arid tlio nionobrated. It should be re< mfembered, however, that camphor has poisonous effects, and is not en tirely free from danger. The results of a poisonous dose are cyanosis (a condition in which the surface of the body becomes blue), vomiting, deliri um, and convulsions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

Shadows have an important part to play. In tact, one of the principal aids in "distinguishing objects is the difference in brightness. If there were no shndows, but only a porfectly dif fused light of high intensity, it would be hard to Bee clearly. That Is true of the soul's vision as well as that of the body. We long for the un dimmed light and we bemoan the shadows, and yet it is these last that have given us our clearest vision-and taught us our correct estimates of ourselvea.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

GENERAL NBW8. • - AU Tacoroa, In Washington, is rlng - .ins? with the praises of 15 lunatics, occupants or a local asylum, who were ■.■:v responsible for a remarkable act of ' " -bravery on Thursday. A lire broke out in a wooden building near by, and in the roouiB of the upper floor of the house were two women and. a child. Their screams drew the attention 'of the lunatics, who broke out of their place of detention, and working furi ously under a scorching sun saved the three lives and also part of the .premises. *.. » » A. thief snatched a handbag from a ■ woman who- was walking along the vPinchley road; Halmpstead. London, ■ and when seized he said he was one Of the actors in. a \biograph film that -was being taken. He was released and escaped. ' ; '• - <t Professor Calderone, a well-known scientist, has published in Rome a story of-. what he calls an authentic ease of reincarnation. He states that a doctor's (laughter, who had died some time before, appeared at a spir ...

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VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF CLUB. MELBOURNE, Saturday. The following were the results of the Steeplechase meeting:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

VICTORIAN AMATEUR TURF CLUB. MELBOURNE, Saturday. The following were the results of the | Steeplechase meeting:— .'I Akaringa —Poohiah 1, Hispan 2, Bta-: tuo Quo 3. Chatsworth.—Effervescence 1, Lord Tuck 2, Yandilla King 3. AUSTRALIAN STEEPLECHASE. Builawarra, aged, by Simon-Nuc-' rite, 12.11 M'Caba •• 1 Vanguard, aged; by Valala—Middle-' :' march mare, 11.1, (M'Gregoor) ■ 2 Leah Kleshna, aged, by Carbinier—. Spieler, 12.1, (Morgan) 3 Big Bob, aged, by Junot—Stella;. : ; 1.1.1 (Hoghett) i Other starters: United Kingdom, 11.1. (Carter), Clontaft 10.5 (Leahy), Tho_ Miser 10.1 (Robertson), Emiroo 10.1 /Coleman), Reldas 9.11 (Hingston),,. Rogue's March 9.11 (Gray), Statecraft 9.9 (Burns), Pinprcss 9.7 (Edwards), Kornang 9.5 (Neary). Betting: 5 to 1 agst Leah Kleslma, 6 to 1 United Kingdom|, 7 to 1 Buila warra, 8 to 1 Statecraft, 10 to L Van guard or Clontaft, 12 to 1. The Miser,; 15 to 1 Rogue's March or Big Boh, 16 to 1 Emiroo, 20 to 1 Kornang", 25 to 1 Pinpresji, 33 to 1 He'das. ■ v~ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

G. A. MATHIESON. STOCK' & STATION, GENERAL COM MISSION & FORWARDING AGENT URAiyA. TRUCKS ORDERED. STOCK TRUCKED. - ■ AGENCIES : • - " , MT. LYELL MANURES > NATIONAL FIRE AND?MARINE INSURANCE COVT Insurances Effected on Growing Drops, Live Stock, etc. HUGH V. McKAY, Sunshine Farming Maclmuory. Binder Oils, Twine,- Com Sacks, Etc. Change of Business. ■is. e Foi^rixE Has acquired tho PLUMBING BUSINESS At OAKLAfyDS f l.uti.-ly earned on by E. WI1 IiHKOW. ^ 'I lio Business is now under ENrlUliLY NEW.MANAGEMENT. AI.L WOfllC PROMPTLY ATTENDED - TO. E. E. FOWLE, Plumber . -- OAKT AND8 South British * Insurance Company* Foaling Risks Accepted at Lowest Rates. Full parlioukre from District Agent'; R. D. McLEOD, paklands. NOTICE. I BUG to notify tho Public of' Oaklands and Distii'-t that 1 have DISSOLVED PART.N15K.SHI P witb> Vr. IX J. LANE, mid that I urn now o iri yitii! on the Business in the nam? <J I'. D.McLKuD, , It. I). McLliOD, -

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LOSS OF 560 GUINEA RAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

' LOSS. OF oGO GUINEA HAM. -' > Mr-- J- T. Maalii), of Carwoola Station;-. Burigendore, has , lost Uardry.special, stiul ram, 'purchased ;for;560gs..at.the.• recent 'Sydney • sheejv s iles. . The -ani-... mal was" -shorn, . yielding a. fleece ..of ; 2G11) v'. and,: though "the ram was ; rugged . and choused,1 it died' a few days later.?. The estate • of the late William ICid-; die/ grazier, ■ of Walbundrio,.- near Al bwy, was. sworn at £65,286.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

GAVE ALL A FATTt TKTAL. "For yenrs 1 Buffered from ..hrnncliil.iiv •Ithnugh I tried' innny pntonfc medieiurs and doctors prescript,ionnf giving nil ii fnir trial," writes Mrs Annio T pnnon, Piidiip rnnd, Rrumiw.ynp, N.S.W. "Then:: I tried Chamlierl iin'H Omiali Ttomody, nml from ths first di Be got relief, «nd kept on fining bet»pr. Sometimes in flin ivintrr get » return of my nld ooin|il<iinl, Iml. In n very ti.ild w»y, f.ir ,Ch'iinb rluin's Cough Remedy soon puts m« i iuli'." Sold erory where. Money cannot yet be called dear, comparing it with former times when the banks paid as high as G per cent, for fixed deposits at 12 months, and charged 8, 0, and 10 per cent, per an num for advances made to the pub lic. We would sooner see money re main comparatively cheap as it Is, but it looks as if the banks may have to raise their fixed deposit rate to protect their deposits, and that will, of course, mean an increase in the lending rates. In most cases just now, as the deposi...

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A SHOOTING FATALITY [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

A SHOOTING FATALITY On Friday last word was >brought' to (the Lockh.irt l'olica'St it'on by Mr. (Noble that lie had discovered a man lying on .the Narandera road in a dying ^con dition as the result of a bullet from a pea rifle. Senior-Sergeant Griffin im mediately -drove out and found that the man was dead. He also recognised him as Charles Andrew Lampe, who liad been working with his brother tor Mr. Harry Obst. The remains were brought to Lockhart, and an inquiry opened. It was elicited that the de ceased Jiad left the camp with his pea rifle, and the next heard of him that he was found on ^he roadsida close to the bicycle -yifcli a" bullet wound in his forehead: The enquiry was adjourned until to-morrow. The. remains were brought to fWagga by his brother on Saturdayvmd taken to; the residence of his parents at-North Wagga. The funeral took place on Sunday, the Rev! G. E. Menlove offi ciating at the grave. The deceased Was about 37 years of age. • Much sympathy is expressed for...

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NARANDERA QUARTERSESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

NARANDERA QUARTER SESSIONS. ' T?he Narandcra Quarter Sessions were, held at Narrandera on Tuesday before Mr Justice Rogers. I William Quinn was charged with breaking \and entering the warehouse of J. J. Taylor and Co. on July 2, and stealing three fox. skin rugs. Accused pleaded not guilty. The jury returned a verdict of guilty of larceny. A list of previous convictions was read, and His Honor sentenced accused to two years' hard labor in Bathurst Gtiol.

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ALBURY'S ELECTRIC LIGHT LOAN [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

ALEURY'S electric light loan 'The Albuvy Municipal Council,, hav ing : applied . to tlie Commonwealth Banlc for 'a loan of £10,500 for.the, in- . staliation of electric light, has: receiv ;ed a: letter intimating that the loan -will be granted, bearing interest at per cent, per-annum, to have a cur-v rency of not more than 30 years, and a sinking fund,of 2 per cent, per an.-.. num to provide for. the repayment •of the d ebon tares. The charge for mak-.v inij the loan will be 1 per cent, on the amount advanced.

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COOTAMUNDKA ELECTORATE [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

COOTAMUNDKA ELECTORATE There have been rumors about that Mr Holman does not Intend to -again seet the suffrages of Cootarauiulra, but that he will contest a city seat. 'Wo have the assurance of a. proininont of ficial of the P.L.L. that Mr Holman is a goer against all-comers. It was pointed 'out that in the suburbs when Mr Peters could get a selection, Mr Holman would not have the. slightest difficulty in securing a; warm soat in the vicinity of thd metropolis, but he prefers standing to his guns, and will definitely /stand for/ Cootamundra.

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FLOODS IN INDIA. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. CALCUTTA, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

FLOODS IN INDIA. GREAT LOSS OF L,I1<MS. CALCUTTA, &load,iy7 Embankments, collapsed through ■frainsi on the Damodar. River. A num ber of villages 'was destroyed, .:and-: there was great loss of lit'e. Bardwou is - six feet under water. 01 30,000: people, only 200 reached the railway station, and terrible loss of life is; feared. The line is submerged for 15 miles, cutting off communication with Calcutta. Miles of country is Hooded and thousands are homeless and star ving. ,

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A DARLING HARBOR STRIKE. SYDNEY, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

A DARLING HARBOR* , STRIKE." SYDNEY, Monday Niglit. ■ One hundred uarung hLaroor wnan laborers struck this morning as a protest against the action of the rail way authorities in substituting per manent tor casual gantryinen on wheat loading. The recent award gives casual laborers 10/'J a day, whilst, permanent men get 8/G. When it was seen that the wliurt laborers refused to work alongside the perma nent men, the lattei were sent back to Darling Harbor yards,-and found work there.. Meanwhile wheat load ing at the Island was at a standstill. The trouble is likely to extend, an tlie Chief Commissioner has. notified the owners of wheat standing at -the wharves that they must, remove their produce from Governmeivji premises: without delay. SYDNEY, Monday night: The Vacuum Oil Company this morn-: ing put on| a dozen noii-umoaiists to. do the work of the striking wharf laborers; at their Pyrmont wharf. ■ The strikers stooil by and watched, but made no demonstration. .

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