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Farmers' Death in Tasmania REMAINS IN A FIRE. MATHINNA (Tas.), Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

Farmers' Death in Tasmania REMAINS IN A (FIREi. MATH1NNA (Tas.), Thursday. The inquiry concerning the death, of William James Muilins, a fanner, of Sunnyside, near Mathinna, Tas., who mysteriously disappeared on June HO, and whose charred remains were found a fortnight later in the ashes of a fire in the bush several miles from his home, was opened at Mathinna today before the coroner and a jury. The bones found in the ashes have been submitited to Pro fessor Allen, Professor of Anatomy, of Melbourne Nniversity, whose Re port stated that they were undoubt edly human, and those of an adult. The bonef. were much broken up, and most of them very much calcined. One piece of thigh bone showed a mark which might possibly have been due to cut witli a sharp, instru ment, but may have been merely due to breakage. Detective-Sergeant Gunner, who gathered the remains from the ashes of the fire, stated that the boneB had been broken up with some blunt in strument. . William Barnes, one of the se...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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The Construction of an Agreement. WHAT IS A SALE. INTERESTING CASE IN HAY DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

The Construction of an Agreement. WHAT IS A SALE. INTERESTING CASE IN HAY DISTRICT COURT. At the Hay Distinct Court, be fore his Honor Judge Rogers, the case of Tuddenham v. Burns and McCulIoch was heard. The plain tiff was F. A. Tuddenham, mana ger of Lignum Park, and the de fendants William Burns and Jos eph S. McCulIoch, who formerly held the station, although Mr. McCulIoch seemed to be almost a nominal defendant, as will oe seen by a perusal of the evidence Mr Mason, instructed by Mr Alexander, appeared for the plaintiff; Mr Quirk (Narandera) for defendant Burns; McCulIoch appeared in person. This was a claim for £100 al leged to be due in respect to com mission on the sale of property said to be accruing in pursuance of an agreement, v The defence vide*'that the de fendants did not agree as alleged; and secondly, that no sale within the meaning of tne contract was effected. Frederick Ashton Tuddenham, the plaintiff stated that he had known Mr Burns for thirteen years. Witness w...

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

FOUND IT MOST EFFECTIVE. "When my Ron Willie wns ill with croup and bronchitis. I triad several med icines without effect," writer Mrs W. Joyner, or. Benttie and Elliott streets, Baltnain, N.S.W. "Soeing an advertise ment mi Chamberlain's Couch Remedy I derided to try it, and tho effect whs really pplendid. I h tve also found it mant ef fective for tho other members of my family." Sold everywhere. Mr. Cann has made public the ex penditure for the year, revealing a debit balance of £1,600,000. The figures are approximate, as they have not been audited yet. The revenue for the year was £18,053,806, made up of Government £6,387,911, and business undertakings £9,665,895. The expenditure totals £17,661,987. The items are: Expenditure on Gov ernment, £.0,032,726; business un dertakings, £6,804,377; interest, £3, I 714,584; sinking fund contributes, £386,890; Harbor Trust loan, £56, 398; Bogan scrub clearing, £7314; transfer of public works fund, £369, 564;- public works fnud net gtraht, £...

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Hydroplane Collapses LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

Hydroplane Collapses LONDON, Friday. Mr. Cody's sons, Leon and Frank, witnessed the fatal accident to their father, as a result of a Hydroplane collapsing'. Leon intended to accompany his father, but gave way at the last minute to a Mr. Evans, in the Indian Civil Service, who is learning aviation. The machine was a new hydroplane, which had been flown earlier in the morning. On this occasion it appeared to double up, the wings shootiitg upwards, and the whole collapsed 24 feet from the ground, owing to the body being too heavy for the win^s. Cody flung him ielf from the machine before it reached the grOimd>fc.where the Doctor Bamado's boys were camping. The hydroplane was smashed to atoms and the horrified spectators found Cody's neck broken. They extricated Evans badly mangled from the debris Later particulars state that the hydro plane was built for the "Daily Mail" £5,000 race, and has been given con stant trials for a month, and was making its first fight to-day of seventy mi...

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

Woods' Great Pcnpermint Cure. For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6

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

ADDITIONAL LEASES The Amending Land Bill, which Mr. Trefle, Minister for Lands and Agri culture, has drafted, and which the Parliamentary Labor Party approved in caucus a week ago, is an extension of the Land Act of 1912 passed by Mr Beeby. Under the Beeby Act, the Crown is empowered to resume im provement leases within 15 miles of a railway line, constructed or sanctioned.' These resumptions ar^ next cut up into homestead farms, and offered to set tlers on what are practically perpetual leases. The living area for p. homestead farffii is determined by the agricultural, not the pastoral value of the land. But land possesses little or no agricultural value in New South Wales unless it is near a railway. And while the im provement leases are only renewed and offered in homestead farms within 15 miles of a (raifway l'ofn'to, it (by no means follows that a sanctioned railway is immediately built. Accordingly it may happen that in the years between the sanctioning of a railway line and t...

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Urana School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

Urana School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above was held on Thursday, 7th inst., when there were present Messrs Angove (chair), Hynes, Lesebe.g, Dullard. Tonks> Warren, Pillinger, Horniman, McCullogh, and Trai nor. ' The balance sheet was adopted on the motion of Messrs Warren and Hynes. The following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing year: —President. DrMacknight; vice presidents, Messrs Hobbs and Whitehead ; committee, Messrs J. Trainor, Dullard, W. Culley, M. Wise, Hynes, Leseberg, Wa-ri^j Angove. Tonks, Pillinger; treai? urer, Mr Mowbray; secretary, Mr Horniman; assistant secretary, Mr McCullogh; auditors, Messrs Tonks and Trainor. It was decided to grant two free memberships to the public school as bursaries. On the motion of. Messrs Dul lard and Hynes, the following were elected a house committee— Messrs Hobbs, Warren, and Lese berg. Mr Warren moved, . Mr Lese berg seconded, that a special meeting be held to consider the advisability of borro...

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

Urana Shire Council, The monthly meeting of the Urana Shire Council was held on Thursday, August 7th, when there were present (Jrs. McCulloch (chair), McGeoch, Patey, Skene, and Whitehead. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.' From Wunnamurra Shiie Coun cil, with reference to bridge' over Colombo Creek, stating that the matter had been referred to the Governor. From Lockhart Show commit tee, asking that 1st October be proclaimed a public holiday. On the motion of Grs- McGeoch and Whitehead, it was resolved to ap ply for the holiday. From Mr Donovan and others, asking that some clearing be done at Mucra.—Referred to engineer. From Messrs Blake and Rig pall, Mucra, asking that a new road be approved.—Referred to engineer. engineer's rrport The engineer reported that the traction plant had been closed down, and the services of the gang dispensed with as from 12th July. A start had been made with the culverts in the streets of Urana. The four culv...

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

For Bronchial Coughs take ' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/G« •

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From Our Member. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 15 August 1913

From Our Member. Mr R. T. Ball, M-L.A., forwards copies of the following correspon dence for publication :— Under date 2nd August—"I have the honor to inform you that the petition from Messrs F. Poole, R; W. Nicholson, and others, French Park, presented by you on , the subjecfmentioned hereunder, has been referred- to the District Sur veyor, Wagga Wagga, for report. Subject: Requesting that C.R. No. 11145, parish of Tootool, county of Mitcheil, be withdrawn from an nual lease, as it is required for public use." Under date 5th August—"With reference to previous correspon dence on the subject, I have the honor to inform you that the Min ister has approved of the ap pointment of Urangeline as a polling place for, and withi.i the boundaries of, the electoral dis trict of Corowa "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

ATTACKED SUDDENLY. "I wiis attacked with influenz i, and got so ill tlmtl had to u<> to bed," writes Mr A. Miiyall, bunt milker, Tituknu, N.Z. "My wife went to Green and Colebrook'h store to get something for 1110 j they told her to give mo Chamberlain's Ooygli Rotnedy, and she brought a bottle home. I am glad to s<iy that it cured me, and in ' let* than a week I wan 11s noil ns ever and back at work." Obtainable every where, YQ.UNfiHUSBAHD,RQE:&#.! PROPRIETARY LIMITED^ j ALBURY." ' " With Branches at— LOCKHART, WODONGA, tallangatta; WALWA & CORRYOTJG. ; STOCK SALES held rogufaxly-intheir Albury, Wodonga, Lockhart, Corryong, Tallangatta, and 'Waljva Yards, .... ' Frequent Sales are held'also'at Albury for . . .... i' JJX i WOOL, SHEiSFSKiflS, HIDES, TALLOWJ FURRED SKINS,. "4 Highest Values Obtained. - Liberal Advances Madej Prompt Returns. ; Offices:—Dean Street, Albury. ! Wool Stores:—Railway, Albury.' ■ Head Offices & Wool Stores:—M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

Woods' Gieat Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6 Woods' Great Peppermint Curo, For Cougb3 ana Colds, novor fails, 1/6 Wool! Wool! P. M. SEARLE (Of Melliourno) "OKOS bn nntiifr II.i' K m in.'is of Ui'i * niui Oix-iio'i ihnl. bo is PUR CHASING WnOL in imy volatilities, and in pr.opared to BUY on SHEEP'S I MACK in- SHEAR nfc Mcssru. W. nnd A. : McGlfiOUH'S SHED at BELLE Vt E. Cor.nEBl'ONDKNOE Invitkd. Addn as— P. M. SearlOf BELLE VUE. SHIRE of_URANA| TENDERS. TENDERS, addressed to fliuPresident and letumuble on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd, will bo received for the following works— 1 Contact No. 1913/10—Fencing about 2i miles of Urana-O.tkltwids Rnad within 3 miles of Urana. . Specifications may bo inspected at the Sliire Office on nnd iiftor Saturday,. Aug ub' 23. -• Deposit i.f 5 per cont.' must accompany each tender. . , Lowest or any .tender not necessarily | accepted. By order, A. L. HORNIMAN, Shire Clerk. SHIRE of URANA! Pinal Motice -ft© Ratepa^erSi NOTICE is hor...

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Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

Tirana Directory UK AN A (NiS.W.)—A postal, money order and telegraph town, on the north ern side of Urana Creek, at the junc tion o! five stock routes, equidistant from Narrandera and Corotva, and be **eeen Wagga and Deniliquin; State Electorate of Corowa, Federal Electorate of Riverina, distant 70 miles . from Albury, 405 miles from Sydney, 220 from Melbourne. k daily train serves Urana, connecting with the main Southern line at The Rock. Coach to and from Corowa via Oaklands. There is a daily mail from both Sydney and Melbourne. The chief industry is are farming and grazing. Population of town. 400; district. 2500. Urana is the central office ot the Urana Land District, and the Land Board meets hero periodically. It is also an 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 for the splendid gravel deposits in the vicinity, and the p...

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Dausdale. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

t eacaS I t .««« A special meeting of the local. Labor League was held on Saturn day evening at.Daysdale for - the purpose of selecting a candidate for the Riverina electorate.. The meeting was well attended. ;■ Mr? J. M. Chanter was^unanrmotisly" selected, and the notninntion! pa per duly signed and sent on tqthe executive. ' ■ .«». Mr G. T. Godber presided over, the largest railway/meeting Field here for many years.SaturidaYi. 16th inst; The meeting was coo vened by Messrs-~*M6.ore fand. O'Meara for the purpose ofj ^re ceiving delegate's re'pocf'ijn r^fer^ ence to the deputatidn^Jjat waited' on the Minister forJPublic Works.: on Thursday, 7th inspf in corinec-" tio'n with the Henty-Daysdale railway proposal, and more parti cularly with ret»ard;'tov';j:tie: 'first section, from Henty to the^Billa bongi recommended by.:the'Public Works Committed ' Tlra'clelegate, Mr O'Meara, fully explained what had been done by The deputation had beefl'well re ceived, and had a distinct promise1 fr...

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HIS FIRST TURKISH BATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

HIS FIRST TURKISH BATH. A greori-looliing young follow made his waj hesitatingly into tho hall of a Turkish bat) houso, and addressing the managor, ho said " Tho doctor told mo when I came np t< town 1 must take a Turkish bath to cure mj rheumatism j but I kinder dread to do it— I've hocard suoh awful stories about them you know." I assure yon, Bir," said tho manager, "yot have nothing to fear about the baths. Thi awful stories are all fables. You will be do lighted, and greatly benefitted by takin/ them." Turning to a gentleman, ho said: " Mr. Davies, as you are going in, will yol kindly take this gentleman with you and hani him over to tho attendant, and say it is hii first bath 1" " With pleasure, Mr. Noble." - ' ~ -' The two proceeded to tho steaming-room, where several figures were dimly seen seated In the dark. " Phew I X oan't breathe," exclaimed thi novice. "Come rigte away,"shouted the attendant It's only for a moment you'll fcol like that The thermometer's only ...

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WAGGA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

WAGGA ASSOCIATION.; " 1 The major -premiership in 'the? above association, was decided 'on' Saturday, when -Federals met Rock on the Wagga:pj;icket groiiri(i..J The result was arfea'sy win forlth'e? Federals, the final scores beirigjj-"; Federals, 18 goals 12 behinds^f * The Rock, 8 goals 9 behindsl &£% Pattersoh (Federals) kicked; :■ goals in 13 shots. j

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THE FENCE TO KEEP THE COWS AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

THE FENCE TO KEEP THE COWS AWAY. A Totsb paper graphically describes tfc* practical working of an olactrio wire lvz.a* thai is said to bo built around a cattle xauc> in tliat section. It is made of smooth wire, and very Jnvit ing to the unsophisticated steers of the regu lation Texas type. Recently & trial was madi zi its offootivoness. The eleotrio ourrent was taraod on, and on ono aido of the fono* stood about a doscr steers, on the other side stood one alone. The lone steer of the Lone Star epeoiei wanted to join his companions, and scorning the smooth wire impediment) ho undertook to break through. • The truthful narrato tolls the result— " Ho had no idea be was tackling a btciz saw \vh?n ho struck that smooth wiro fenco. Well, rjhe jumped as if he was hit at onc< by forty million hornets, and with his tan coiled over ho wheeled and only touched th< ground in high places. 41 Thou the others made a rush to folio* him. •• One by one they lit agains...

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LOCKHART V. TOOTOOL [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

LOCKHART V. TOOTOOL| . Lockhart and Tootool ■ met; 6Hv the former's, ground on Saturd£$£ in the semi-7nal. The match ^as| well worth witnessing, being and clean throughout. -When they final bell rang, the scopes jwgfef-Mi Lockhart, 4fgoals-6|behina!$.i Si : : Tootool, 3 {goals••8%ehirfdsj?;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

EXCRUCIATING RHTCUMATTSM. MFnr ypnrs I onld not sof. rnliof from Hio oxcmcinting psiinR of rlipumutism," writ-ps Mm, Jnno Pierre* 1340 Sturfc S(-„, Ballnntf, Vic. UI Rtnrtad u«i>ur OHm berlitin1* Pnin Bilm. nnH < lie first- lw>|.i1n nhowed fcho morita of Mio In 1m, A* * lio first tpppirnncG of p iin now I ripply fomentations find have Clmmhorl'iin's Pain Balm well rubbed in, nnd ib wards off all suffering."

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Football. OAKLANDS V. URANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

Football. :i OAKLANDS V. URANA. One of the best matches of the season was played on the Oak lands ground on Saturday,!>.fwhe;n Oaklands met Urana for "the thiFd. time. This being' the'Wmkiinatl a;* good deal.of; interest was taken in the match, and everything pointed-. to a good tussle- The result was a good game, and . altho.ug.h.^the. . better team won rather .easily,' they were at times hardly pressed by Urana. The rain of the prev ious night had put the "ground";in ' splendid order. As soon as the.. ball was bounced ;it could'tie seen that both teams were,put-"'to win, and that it would.be a.ganie worth, . watching. : .i v ? ^ The result of-the first^ quarter; was—Oaklands, 3 goalsjf Urana] -2; behinds. During'the second quar-' ter Oaklands added anpjsher ten 1 points, while Urana failedjjo score. The half-time scores.werti— S Oaklands, 4 goals 4 behinds. ' Urana, 2 behinds.:' • g : "w" The third quarter showed quite a reversal of form,- for Urana ral lied splendidly, and add...

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