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YANKEE YARN[?] THE YOUNGSTER GOT HIS DESERTS ON THE HORSECAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
YANKEE YARNfjfe THE YOUNGSTER GOT felG DESERTS ON THE HORSE-. !. " William t" lie bhontod, ao ho (jtiajTedim boy by his coat collar, " William, Got op OBi givo your Boat to tho lady t" "Bid you spoak to mo I" said tho yoOlb» • " T -I'd!" C.im lorr &lt;i t'.io r.ngry man. 11 Yvcil, 111) UlUilO ibll't—" " Don't tall: to mo liko that 1 Groat good noss I That I should livo to see a boy o uine sitting down ind whistlingwhilo a ladj is standing Wliat will your poor old-mothej Biy when I toll hor this? William, lam going to touch you right hero and now novel to disgroco my namo again." Ho roaohod out and grabbed tho boy witt A firmor grip; " Oh, oh 1" he howlod. • " I'll toacli you," ho said, as ho baokeJ Ot against tho door fromo and elovatcd ono bloM kneo. * " I ain't no boy of yours." •' What did you soy J" Tho youngster suddenly found hlmaoH ly. Ing laco downwards across tho knoo in th( very vortox and maelstrom of one of thi grandest whippings over administered in thii or any ...
RAINFALL. The following is the record of he rainfall at Urana since 1870:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
RAINFAXiJj. The following is. the' record or ho rainfall at Urana'since 1870 — Year. 1870 1871 ... • 1872 ... 1873 1874 ... 1875 ... : 1876 ... 1877 1878 ... ' ' 18'&lt; 1880 1881 1882 ...■ 1883 ld84 , ... 1885 ... ' 18P6 18'7 ... . 18 j8 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 ..., i 1895 1896 1897 1898 ... « 1899 ... 1900 1901 ... 1902 . ... ' 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 .. 1909 ... > 1910 ... 1911 1912 1913 (to dale) Indies: 36.03 21.08 ' 28 78 18 30 17 50 24 37 11 21 15 07 19.08 1809 15 76 r 14 45 16.44 13 25 U.44 13 87 13 95 ' 28 34 10 54 28.81 17.93 : 22 60 19.77 17 61 2b 29 13.14 14.90 9.48 , 866 11.11 20.15 1412 10.48 '1819 14.91 13 42 1 ■ 21.85 11.85 ; 13 48 16.14 15.60 15.98 1892 . 13.40 Average for 39 years—17 inches. Wid(jiewa. records for the four years preceding »re as follows:—&lt; 1866 ... ... 17.94 1867 19.84 1868 ... ... 12.86 1869 ... ... 16.87 Rainfall for 1912:—January, .60; Feb: ruary, 2.48; March. .66; April, .0; May; .6; Jane, 2.0; July. 3.18; Augu...
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OPTICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
THE DIFFERENCE BE-' TWEEN OPTICIANS. , Few engaged in sight-testing could exist if the public knew the difference between the Qualified Optician and the man who has taken an optical course with some irresponsible person or persons. As the latter are in the majority to-day, the public, before trusting an optician, should make sure that he has served his time under com petent sight-specialists. There is no risk in consulting ERNEST BOSCH, Consulting Optician, of 14 Martin Place, Sydney, or his highly trained expert, at the Royal George Hotel, Urana, on Monday, September 15th, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and on Tuesday, September 16, from 9 a-m. to 11 a.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
Printed and Published by Charles Wilmol Dunstan, for the Proprietors, Dunstan Bros., at their Machine Printing Works, Anna-street, Urana, in the State oi, Hew South Wales. (Hor the town and district of Urana.) • Is published weekly on Fiidays 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 a A Live Advertising Medium Subscription : 4s per qiiarter ; 15s per annum in advance. Posted free to anv address upon application. aanpcjoQoanonciDaacioou you do not already Subscribe , to your local newspaper, possibly it is that you do ... v not realise of what real benefit it would likely be to -'•&lt; you. In the newspaper columns matters are given publicity, and bring under the notice of readers oftentimes the opportunity of bene...
A CHEROKEE ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
CHEROKEE ROMANCE. .. On ft prominent eminenoe in the prairie •vatlooking the town of Tahlequah bai bean • Miliary grave for sixteen years. It con tainad the remains of Mary Downing, the «il* of o fall-blood Choroken chief, Lentil Downing. At the time of her death the -plaM mil her home, end it was her dying Mfueat that ahe should be buried on the nunmit of the hill. Since then the property fcae paaeed into etranyo hande, and the grave hta been in the midst of a cornfiold. The present owner, a gentleman from Georgia, bearing that she was a chief'a wife, thought It waedueher to rest in a more sacred place. Bo bar remains were exhumed recently and taken to the Tahlequan Cemetery. Her ■jaldea name wo* Mary Ayer. Sho was born c;in Bethlehem, Fa., was highly educated and MMmplished and a woman of wealth. She bi(4 Teryromantic ideas, and her infatuation forlndieas waa extreme. In 18G5 Cl>lo! Lewia Downing was sent to Washington, D.O., 00 butinen (or the Chcrokees. Though • full-blood, h...
RULES FOR MAKING FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
,t~— • KULES FOR MAIUHtt v FORTUNE. ; "Ataoog Barnum'j rules for making s tot ooeVere th'efollowinfj:— Select the kind of business that laiti Java jatural inclination and temperament, vietyour pledged word oyer be tiered. '""Whatever you do, do with all your might. Dte no description of intoxicating drinki. Lat hope predominate, bat bo not tot rfeionary. Do not natter your powers, Bngage proper employes. - Do not depend upon others. :' Alwaye lira withta your inoomo. Alvaitioa your bucanes*. • Do Bothide jour light under a bnnhal. Whatever your occupation or calling may. M, II it*aeedfl onpport from thepublio, adver inh thoroughly and efficiently in somo ihipt or othor that will arrest publio atten tat. I fraoly oonfess that what buccosb I IAT» bad in my life may fairly be attributed Bon to the public press than to nearly all ithM tauui combined. There may possibly M oeeupationa that do not require advertis ed, bui'I oannot well conceive what they -4M. Uen in business will sometimes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
NOTICE. I licroliy give Notioo tl'-»t POISON is lilid in my Puddockti. A; P. D. FEALEY.'' M-.ln-i.Ka, ■ - • ^ 13i h June, 1911. Notice." ANY Peraon or Peraona found Trespassing on Colombo Plains or Moruudali Stations without permission from tho undersigned will be proseculod, ' i \ \; ... a. & £ kiSank^:; notice. ;■ WHEUEAS a Section of tho Public are' in tho habit of leaving open Rabbit-.; proof Gates on Station Boundary Fences, I hereby give final notice that legal proceedings will be taken against any one leaving said gates open after . tins date. F. E. WHITEHEAD.. Butherwah, February 27th; 1909. Notioe. ANYONE found Shooting, Hunting, or otherwise Trespassing on Urangeline Pad docks trill be prosecuted. a» H. BAZELWOOD, Manager.
NEVER TASTED AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
NEVER TASTED AGAIN. Mr#. A— married a nun whom ahe be Keyed to b» temperate, but whom erety '• fcodyeho know to get tipsy on occasion. She v&atd notbeliere (or R moment in her hui kand'e ttiftkcMS until stie saw it with her •wnejaa. He came home one night from a '-tnerryparty at a late hour, drunk. She get bim to bed and eent for tho doetor. " lfy poor, dear huaband ii Yery ill, ahe Mil to the doetor. "I want hie head shaved Mi a pooltice pat on." - • The doetor looked at hie patient, and then tamed io the wife with a pitting smile for - htrifnorahce and innooenae." ."Tonr husband will be all right in the ' morning, I anure you. Tnere's nothing to fear; just let him alone." ' Hl» protestations were vain. Slit nould ■Ot listen to them. She was convincod that " iter husband was seriously ill, and litis alone vcaldourehim. The doctor gave way ; the hatband's head was shaved and poulticed. • Imagine the horror ot the poor man whon he found himself next morning destitute ot ,'ki»...
POULTRY. CLASS P. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
POULTRY, j .CLASS P. .1. Best Cochin Cook and Hen, any variety. Prize 10/.. 2. Black Spanish Cock and Hen—5/ 3. Best Game Qock and Hen any v.. variety—10/. . 4. Hamburg Cock anr^ Hen—5/. 6. Bantam Cock and . Ten—5/'. 6. Turkey Cock and K\sii—10/. ' 7. Gander and Goose —10/. 8. Aylesbury Duck and Drake—5/. ■ 9. Indian Runner Duck and Dra&'e— 10/6. ■10. Brohmtr-ewek and Hen—5/. 11. Common Cock and Three Hens Prize 6/. 12. Dorking'Cock and Hen—5/.
The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. APPLICATIONS FOR LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913
7(1 wana PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 23. Fill DAY, .4UGU"T22, >913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. APPLICATIONS FOR LAND The following applications for land have been received at the local lands office :—E. O. Haw kins, Special lease 320 acres, par ish Rand, county Urana; S. Nixon, 40 acres 1 rood, parish Gunatnbil, county Urana; W. Merton, 680 acres conditional purchase, con version of h s., parish : Clyde, county Urana; C. Shanahan, Crown lease, 380 acres, parish Carnirney, county Urana; V. H. Pooley, annual lease 160. acres, parish Lake, county Urana.