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

MISCELLANEOUS. 13. Black Orpington Cock and Hen 6/ 14. Buft Orpington Cook and Hen—5/' 15. Wyandotte Cock and Hen—5/. 16. Minorca Cock and Hen—5/. 17. Plymouth Rock Cock and Hen Prize 6/. _ 13. Brown Leghorn Cock and Hen 5/. 19. White IteghoraCock and Hen 5/.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VEHICLES. CLASS Q. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

VEHICLES. . CLASS Q. r. 1. Best Sulky—£1. ■. 2. Best Collection of Vehicles, not less than three kinds. £1.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAMES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

LAMES' LETTEE. By "Irene." , To laugh at Fashion nowadays is often possible, but we must remem ber when and. where . and how to laugh. Punch has done so from time Immemorial—Punch dates from the dawn of ciyilisation—and never more amusingly than of late years. But is it Fashion and her votaries, or her caricaturists who come in for the merriment? The latter, naturally, ljut really, you Know, there are times when Madame herself is all the'bet ter for a little wholesome chaff, and' then she turns and meets you with a dress like the one I saw last week; velvet brocaded chiffon of the most adorable shade of garnet red fainting to softest brown, with garnet and brown and bronze embroideries, only showing when the draperies, control led by the hand ot a perfect artist, chose to part, with a finish of mink tail, and transparencies in corres ponding hues for the merest sugges tion of a; corsage. A gown for the gods! The worst of laughing at fasli ipn, or fashions, is the fact that there is ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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COREEN-SAVERNAKE MAIL SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

COREEH-SAVERNAKB HAIL BEQ^CC^ A new time-table ban been flitCoSsil between Cow on and Saremato, < cross 19th March. - "Hair wiU-4eawi Gasfio, eYery Wednesday end Saturday 16i 0 pjii., arriving. at Savernake: .W a.-ia.' Return, I care Savomika weify-'wesaw day »n4 Saturday 41 pjatv-htAriBg ®t Oort«o 0 nn. •'•••• • ?»i. a

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

19. Bent Collection of Panoy Work, for girls 12 years and Wider. Not more than five articles Prize 7/6. k

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Monday—8 ajn. Sydney, Womza, 6?.E>.©i .Urana, Lockh&rt, Tne Roek;_ 2^> pia. Overton' Settlers. - ■'• •• '• Tuesday.—® a.m., Sydney. Wagsa,ole* 8 p.m., Goeketgodong; OGOp.n)., Btasi gan. Wednesday.—0 a.m., Sydney, Wcaja etc.; 9 a.m. Jerildcria ana Gam Sjrainp Thursday.—9 a.m., Sydney, - wages, ote;; 2.80 p.m.,- Orerton Settlers;- 0.89 pjn., -Corowa and Dayndalo. Friday*—8 a.m., Sydney, Wegga, cSev 9 mi Cocketgedong. Saturday,—9 o.m., Sydnoy, wappy Urana,- etc.;-9 a.m., Jenldorio. oaa GtsaS Swamp; 9.80 p.m., Berrigan. Sunday.—3 p.m., Cotowa oad .Bayo*" dale. ' ' Communication to OaklanQs Foil OSJct.. by telephone and-tolegraplu :r,S ■ ■

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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EDUCATIONAL AND SEWING. CLAS M. PASSAGE TO BE WRITTEN BY SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

EDUCATIONAL AND SEWiNGj CIAS M. PASSAGE TO BE WRITTEN B® SENIORS. "I would not enter on my list ol Mends (Though graced with polished man ners and fine sense, Yet wanting sensibility) the man Heedlessly sets foot upon a worm. An Inadvertent step may crush the snail That crawls at evening In the public path; But he that has humanity, fore - warn'd. Will tread aside and let the reptile . live. The creeping vermin, loathsome to the sight, An»l charged perhaps with venom, that ; intrudes, A visitor unwelcome into scenes Bacred to neatness and repose, the alcove, .The chamber, or rejectory, may die: A necessary act incurs no blame." • —Prom 'The Task." W. Cooper. 1. Specimen of Handwriting for boys and girls under 16, above ■r-,• passage. First 5/, second 2/6. 2.- Specimen of Handwriting, boys and girls under 13 (same piece). First 6/, second 2/6. 8. Specimen of Handwriting, boys rand, girls under 10 years. Prize, S/. 1st stanza, "The Minstrel Boy."—Moore. ; 4. EzerciBa Book, 15 pageB, b...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

, i . [LEGAL NOTICE.] PERCY ~MEILIiON, SOLICITOR, &c„ JERILDERIE, Commissioner for Affidavits for N.S.VV. and Victoria, .WILL ATTEND AT URANA. BERRIUAN AND OTHER -O'.V.YS WHEN REQUIRED. • Trust Monies to Lend on approved se curities in any amount, at lowest current rates ol interest. [LEGAL NOTICE.] MR. N. TREVOR JONES, (Formerly of Narandera.) BEGS to give notice that he has, as 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, LOCKHART. Mr. Trevor Jones will visit URANA regularly on Court days—Fourth Thurs day in each month; and other Courts when desired. A CARD.] Geo. K. Allen. L.D.S. (BY EXAM.) DENTAL SURGEON, LOCKHART. Y\T ILL visit URANA monthly on the VV WEDNESDAY following 2nd Sun day, at Mrs. Tracey's Royal George Hotel. NEXT VISIT TO URANA: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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FINE ARTS. CLASS N. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

'/•_ FINE ARTS. CLASS N. In this section First Prize 10/. "1. Best Oil Painting. 2. Best Oil Painting, work of Ex'ni "hitor who ha3 never won a prize i for rs biting. S. Best Collection of Oil Paintings. 4. Best Specimen of Pencil Drawing and Sketchinig. 5. Best Specimen of Pen and Ink Drawing and Sketching. <!. Best. AVatereolor Painting. NOTE.—All exhibits iin this class must be the work or wake' of the exhibitor, and not shown at any pre vious exhibition of the Siciety, and must be In their allotted places by noon on Monday. 6th October.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

■ HeameJ§ IBmncMfcis Ornre YEioco who have taken thio medicine are amazed at its oplendid bcalinn povrcr. Sufforcro from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Moarbaneos, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the cheit, dperienco delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on tho Chest it io invaluable, oo it effects n complete cure, b b mod comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Sssessgth ®o tho Voico, and it neither allowa n Cough or Asthma to Esscoms chronic nor Concumption to develop. Consumption is not Imown vrhcro *" Cougho" have, on their first appearance, been propoxly Srcatod with thio medicine. No house should be without eJ, co taken at tho beginning, a dooo 01 two is generally sufficient, esd a comploto euro io certain. DsM by ©SI Chemiots and Medicine Vendors LING i® m> m ON KRASJiSHT AT All the Leading Hotels in the District jGSRAMOPHONESj oot> be depended on to civo j lasting satisfaction bocauso i ' thoj aro selected...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

HOTHING TO EQUAL IT. " For the immediate 'relief ind com plete care of influonra there-, lo--nothing eqnal to Chambarlain'a 'Cough Remedy."1 writes . Miss - Fanny Bonhoto, Hat&awaa, Tas .".It hao relieved mo ol 1Mb complaint and I have recommended. it to neighbours who hare found It to cure coughs and colds in alosoat cay form. One dooo has always (jv.fin > mo relief and one bottle alwayo curca taj coldg." Sold by all chemisto endtSoje keopirs. • ....

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Rule for Mea[?] T[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

Rale So? Meaaturlss0 Ifaa&Q Add, together tlie top area e»3 bottom -area together with .ftrar tteioa the middle. nrdan, divido tho rtsalt < by G, andmnlliply by tho depth,; ■- IJ tb) measurements are in feet .dlvido £7 07. and the result will'then 'bo tho dro & the excavation ; in cubic ■ yards/- • .'' Top ... 60 z GO 4800 ... lop c«3. Bottom @) x £0 <00 ... • botlcss ejea 40 * SO a 4 " 6000 ...' esliflio ca, • 10,030 ' ": IS,£09 diriddd by 6^3,£Sii. 2,200 * 10 (depth)—22,000. cnMa fctt 23,000 divided by B7—8,1<S -area.. cf • ••tew' In.eobio pssjs. If you mint '>0 Qafl cseo t>crwacln5 tng ycra. can obtain tho^lenrjUj pad breadth of what tho bottom :;tnll fcaicn "ompletlon. Thub: Thia tint;' bes tho top measurements COJt. bjr COR.; <3opth, lOft^-sIopca on tliroo ridcj 0 to. 1, and i ion one ride (tho :rojdi73y) 4 1; in tho broadtb, 9 to 1 fo? lCTi*2 20ft, this on either ddo,—SSBiS. Tilla aubstracted from flOft. Icavco ...

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Oaklands Mail Services. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

Oaklands Hail Sorvicoa. *'V12222232H3 ARRIVAL OF HAILS. Monday.—18.40 p.m. from Syd&ayi G.80 p.m. from Orerton SctUcru. Tueeday.—12.40 p.m., Sydney; 8.53 Bjn.y • Jexilderio; midnight,- Gcrotra imfl aysdale. •• - Wednesday.-SOl a.m_, Coetolgcaoag; 12.40 p.m., Sydney; 3.30 p.mvuecliEJta Thursday.—8.45 o.to., Berfipjanv. 12.40 &m. ;■ Sydney; midnight, Corous; aa<3 aytdale. ■ Friday.—1240 p.m., Sydney; 0.83 p. m.L Jenlderie. ' '" ' ' Satoway,—-8.80 a.m., Coekelocdeag; ■12.40- 'p.m., Sydney; midnight, Cojotq vul Dayedole. Sunday.—8.80 p.m. Berrigon.

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

The serrice will be by Ihs Down Ex press-train tearing Sydney at j7,E£/p.ca, instead of b» th8i0,5 -p.ni- ta&3> .cs formerly, ... . ' DOWN, SYDNEY The Rock Tootool French Park Milbrnlong ; Napier- - Lockhart Long Park Boree Creek, Hucra. Cullire! DRANA URANA Uranagong Coorabin OAKLAND3 DP. dtoasi^ •rrtwj'.&fcart. - - Jo. - a.<« ?.43 0J9O 10210 RrsirolOVfiS depart' 11.15 5.1.EB •' J1157 ajrir# >13.25 rain, o^n. 11.0 w». m OAKLANDS Coorabin ' Uranagong Urana Cnllirel Mucra Boree Creek Long -Park Lockhart Napier Milbrulonf French Park Tootool' • THE ROCK SYDNEY Up Moil leares The Rock tDaily,' Saturdays excepted-, from ♦On Sunday*.-arrives Sydney: 6^85[a.«a. $ Calls to pie& ap and oot dowa psisas gora, when required, ...-v.., iam <9,69 m seja 1159 M40 mm I§A5 til uu ifiMS wi iExi fitM Bt&D ass

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

PLANTS. CLASS R. Prize In each Boctton 5/. Entrance 1/. 1. Best Pot ot Box Pansles. 2. Best Pot. ot Box Fuschias. 3. Bent Pot or Box Lilies. 4. .Best Bouquet. F. -Best Collection Cut Flowers. 6. Best-Hanging Basket of Ferns. 7. BeBt Collection of Pot Plants (not less than six kinds.) 8. Best Collection of IloB'es. 9. Best Collection Wild Flowers. 10. Beet Basket ot Indigenous Plants.

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

GLASS S. : 1, Best Collection of gaddlery and Harness. 2, Best Collection of P036 Cards. 8. Weight-Guessing Competition. 1 NOTE.—All exhibitu in this class must be in, their allotted spaces by; noon on JVIonday 6th October. Melin Race. Prize 30/, second 10/. Competitors to race bareback ti a given, point, dismount and pick up melon, remount and return to starting point with melon intact. Sheaf Pitching Competition. First

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

HAYSTACK BUILDING. Prize £1, Beoond 10/. (SPECIAL PRIZE.) Best Built Haystack of not less than 15 tons. Open to farmers owning not more than 2000 acres, and re siding within a radius of 20 miles of- Urana. First prize' £3/3/, second £2/2/, third £1/1/. En tries close on 1st January, 1914; to be judged on or before 31st March, 1914. Two entries or no award. Entry fee. 3/6. Prizes the gifts of Messrs. F. E. White head and G. R. Jackson. 1. Entrance from members must be accompanied by a fee ^qual to 0 per cent, on tlie amount of first prize, with a minimum, of la. Members are allowed three entries free except in Class D, Section 1, 2, an,d 3; and Class E, Sec tion 3. Entrance from non-membors must be accompanied by a fee equal to 10 per cent, on the amount of first prize, with a mini mum of Is. Each exhibitor will bo required to deliver to the secre tary within seven clear days previous to the^ -Show, an entry in writing on forms supplied by the Society, stating in what sections his ex...

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

PROM VARIOUS SOURCES. /The 'wearing of watches on the ankles is the latest fad of the smart set In New York. Pretty Phyllis at the party wore a dainty silver shoe, And above it sliowed an ankle sweet and slim; But there was something trickier,that Phyllis meant to do To emphasise the beauty of a limb— 4nd if gallants would discover what's the motive of my rhyme, When they dance with pretty Phyl lis, let them ask her for the time. When they're sitting in a corner and a screen of friendly fern Keeps their secret from the gossips' prying, eyes, When Phyllis has him on the grid and does him to a turn, Then lifts her eyes to his in sweet surprise; She murmurs "We had better go, it's getting very late, Just look what little watchie says— eleven twenty-eight."' There's a whlfE of White Rose per fume and a fluttering of lace, And a challenge full "of impudence and glee, As the golden-lettered dial flashes al most in his. face, "Well, if. you don't believe me, look and see." The dancing figu...

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BUFFALO BILL. FAMOUS SHOWMAN RETIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 22 August 1913

BUFFALO liltL. FAMOUS SHOWMAN RETIRES. ; Colonel Cody, otherwise "Buffalo: Bill," is giving.up shew life,.and' re tiring to his ranch in Wyoming. Col onel Cody has been In the show line fpr a little more than 40 years, and ,.has had a remarkable career. The story o£ how this, erstwhile mighty .hunter, and, celebrated scout won the •, tiame of -Buffalo Bill is interesting. When the first railway track was -be ing laid across America it was con tinually broken by herds o{ buffaloes, and .eventually the contractors paid | Colonel Cody £100 ^ month to Bupply their laborers with!.Buffalo meat, thus, as it were, "killing two birds with one stone." Accompanied by only _ one man, on a wiry pony, Cqjbnel, Cody would' eet out, round up thebuffoloes.and.turn .them in the direction of the rall.wfiy. .Then, when they were jjpar enough, ,he would pick them .off, jwhile travel ling, at. full speed,-W;ith- builets. Thus he. not qnly. -provided-.the meat,, but; so to apeak, delivered It at the door ...

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

gx^bAl Nltwii. The steamer -Pannonia had a lively voyage from Trieste to New York. The. passengers included a number o£ Greeks, Servians, Bulgarians and Tusks.' During the first few days a miniature war broke out. They were disarmed, but the rioting continued, practically every participant being wounded. The women fought as fierce ly'aa the men. dive Birtles, aged 20 years, Btarted out from Sydney on Monday morning on" a 1,500-mile bicycle ride to meet his brother FranciB at Hughenderij Queensland, He is Using the same bi cycle as that on which his brother es tablished the record from Fremantle to Sydney two years ago. Francis Birtles! is at present engaged taking cinematograph pictures in the Gulf Country in Queensland. ' * * * The Mehegan-Weils boxing contest at the. Stadium,- Sydney, on Saturday night, attracted a large audience. The contestants had met • twice previous ly and each had a win to his credit. The referee made his decision in fav or of1.Wells, but Mehegari afterwards...

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