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Compulsory Dipping. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
Compulsory Dipping. Waesa Show a number o£ merino . sheep were found heavy in ticks, and ( they judge, wo are informed, consider ^ed that fact 'emphasised the necessity, f for legislation, making sheep dipping compulsory. The "ticky" sheep came from the Yass district, but had previ ously been exhibited at the last Syd ney show. How or where the sheep •'got. the ticks appears to be a matter of conjecture; and whether they liad been, dipped after last shearing was of little importance compared with tile fact that the..pavasite was present • in its worst form. Tlie question of compulsory sheep dipping has always been regarded as important 111 River ina.. ■.■■The opinion of the judge, nifer oeutially, aims not only at compulsory dipping, but at prohibiting, presum ably, under a penalty in default, tlie •exhibiting, of "ticky" sheep at sliowu. ■■ Although-it may be argued* that ticks ;will not' live in some districts, still, ■who is tlie sheep owner who would - not take action to prevent...
Boom in Cornsacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
om in Cornsacks. ' This is tlio lime of the yeoj. when ■N S.W."■= and.> a.11 ■' Australian wheatgrow Cfs .ire deeply interested in thc prices o£ corns.icks and ot tlio raw material, as provision has to be made sooner or later for securing bags in which ta stow next summers harvest The extonsive use nowadays^of jute in- the 'manufacture of clothing;_the serviceable .'rains in Soutfi Australia^, and, the ex cellent : prospects so far- for a . large "(if. not a>-bumper) ;wheat yield; in the aggregate in: Australia, are hardening factors in Sydney for the values .of comsacks. .The c-.\bleadvi.o that the market for. raw ^jute - had advanced m Dundcov(first -..marks .'. of1 August ship ment to £31 lOs-per ton was considered at this side to b"e high enough in aU -conscience, .but a further-rise of 53 is •now announced. ^This is/by soma Svd ijiey—experts .vcfoemod ; to- shoi^ conclu sively-that' the'world's supply of raw ]ute is inadequate T:o 'fill the .-world's • oxtowltSl requireme...
MELBOURNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
'MELBOURNE MARKET' &lt;toi Tuesday, 35,000 shoop woro ? yarded. &lt; Tlio bulk of the 'supply ; consisted , of northern' district consignment, , includ ing numerous drafts-, from Soutlierii'j'Bi. vcrina. A larfje- proportion consisted> of 'good alhd prime qualities, with' only a comparatively small number of mid dling and inferior descriptions.';' . A1-: though'the general tone of the market •was a shade weaker, yet there was ;i. strong demand both for export and' for • local trade requirements. For prime heavy crossbreds, especially owes, bid dings wore irregular, and prices in.'faro^1. of buyers. For best medium and sor viceable-wcight wethers, in both merinos and crossbreds, prices were practically unchanged. There was an increas-.il/ proportion of .moderately fat and use ful grade owes, and for such ^prices' fluctuated from Gd per head lower} to', about equal to late rates. Quotations:' Prime crossbred wethers, from '21s ' to 22s 9d, extra 23s 0(1 to 26s Gd,;....
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
Commercial. Dalgety and Company report having held their last market on Saturday, 10th inst,, -when they brought forward a large yarding o£ sheep to a record attendance o£ buyers, and disposed of the whole o£ their yarding -with the exception of one small lino, at prices very satisfactory to vendors. Mer ino wethers, -4 and 6 tooth, nearly Hit, made up to 19/5, others from 1G/G; crossbreds, 2-tooth, mixed sexes, made from 16/ up to 18/1; merino ewes, with crossbred lambs at foot, 2 and 4 tootli, 15/6 to 16/6; do., 6 and 8 tooth, 15/0, lfi/O, 18/1; and a line of full mouthed ewes, carrying groat skins, With a large percentage of merino luniks at foot, made 19/G. Only a few cattle yarded, which sold well.— fat cows to £6/5/, vtalers £3/7 to £3/IS- Store cattle: .Sprlngefs made £G/7/G,' yearlings £2/8/. The sale right through was very spirited, and th,e auetioseers report a very keen demand for all classes of sheep. James _ Council atul Co. report having held their usual fortnightly st...
THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
THE HOUSEHOLD. j SELECTED RECIPES. Meat Rolls.—Chop finely half a pound of cold meat—either beef or mutton—and two ounces of, cooked bacon, placing these in a basin and adding a teacupful of breadcrumbs, a dessertspoonful of finely chopped para ley, a pinch of thyme, a quarter of a teaspoonful of salt, a grate of nutmeg and a shake of pepper. These ingre dients are moistened with a well-beat en egg, and with a little flour the mix ture is then made Into neat rolls about three inches in length. Dip a piece of paper—one for each roll—Into melt ed dripping, and in each piece of pap er so dipped envelop a roll of meat. The rolls are baked in a hot oven for a quarter of an hour. In dishing take off the papers, place the rolls on a.hot dish, and pour over them some brown sauce. This can be made by putting into a saucepan a good teaspoonful of dripping, and when smoking hot, fry in It a chopped onion. After the onion has been well browned add a dessertspoonful .of flour, a dessert spoonful...
REVOLUTION IN TELEGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
REVOLUTION IN TELEGRAPHY. The vagaries of the telegraph oper ator are widely .known and if not so fa;miliar to the general public are to the newspaper editor Infinitely more harassing and annoying. For years inventors have been experimenting with a vi.jw.of arranging the trans mission of messages ^that the . task, of transcription with its delays and lia bility to error should be a\oided. In Australia the congestion cn the tele graph lines has become more than serious. It is in fact paralysing ;in many branches of business and any thing that would relieve it would be warmly welcomed. Unfortunately one has always to deal with the vis iner tiae of the department. The normally constituted public servant can never be got to admit that there Is anything really wrong in his department. Ho .will explain and minimise to his own satisfaction, but so far aa telegraph business is concerned ignores the pain fully evident fact that the departmen tal system in vogue, instead of expe diting and at...
Not Affected. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
Not Affected, The fat man on the end seat of the tram-car was softly humming to him self when the man with a grumble climbed over him to elt down and ask:— " . "You couldn't have read your paper this morning." Every inch of it." was the smiling^ reply. .' "Then you saw that, there was an-. other rise in the price of beet by thoue butcher robbers.1" "I did." "And did you get on to the fact-that it is the seventh rise in a year?" "I did." "And don't it make you feel like breaking somebody's neck?" "Oh, no, sir. On the contrary, it makes me laugh." "Then you must be a mighty queer man." : "Hardly that. I, am Just a happy _ man. I am in the hands of Providence, bo to Bay." "Will you explain," was naked after: a minute. "With pleasure, sir. Three yeara ago I got all my, teeth knocked out by a brickbat. I haven't had them replaced by false ones." "Well?" "A year ago a horse kicked my son's teeth down his throat. They haven't been replaced yet." "But you have a wife?" "Oh, yes. She had all...
Increasing the Lamb Percentage. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
Increasing the Lamb Percentage. ; Says the "S.M. Herald":—At the ; Some staking results have been ob - tamed by Air. A. 31.. Gj-eeniield, a far mer in the nch Cogluil's Cruet district, ,ncar Ballarat, in selecting anil bieed v5ng owes for ficundity. Having noticed that some of his ewes are muck more i, fecund than -others the idea occurred to kun of limiting liis breeding opera J'liipng to .the'owe lambs that were twins. '•••/A cttretul examination of the cases whoro twins were reared • showed tliat tho owe was able to nourish each lamb just as well as if there hud' been only ' one. Consequently, since the rearing of nwins seemed to impose jio ■ unfair burden ou the mother, or in any way .affect the development of the lambs, i; no hesitation was experienced in enter ing upon the experiment. The result - has ■ keen somewhat astonishing. Be .: tore the new departure was entered upon tho percentage of lambs reared was 8'J. - llie next year it rose-to 104. .. In the third year there wer...
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OPTICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 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, 6n: Monday, September 15th, from 11 a.m. to 6 | p.m., and on Tuesday, September 16, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.mi .
THE WHEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
THE WHEAT MARKET. v: Harrison Jones and Devlin Ltd., re port, date 27th August 1913.—\Y'i;at There o is.-. very; little wheat changing hands at .present: as, most of the ship .pors-:.refrain from operating owing -tf (he: rise in freight ^Millers are also operating • with' groat caution and. seem to expect a more favorable market for >buying...... .Choico milling • samples arc (worth*-,3s 7id per bushel. j Chaff.—There lias been -a -good 'de mand, for choice samples of wheaten chaff at 5s' to 5s 6d per - cwt., while medium , sorts aro neglected at. from 3s to 3s 9d. . Choico oaten , is in short ,supply - and is selling at-, 4s 3d to; 'Is 9d por.cwt1.. :.v; Maize.—Owijig, to the limitod supply available values have risen- within the past day ory so. ■ Choico yellow is quoted at '3s 1011, some holders asking 3s lid, choice white samples 3sv_10d por bushel. ■ • Advices from Loudon, July 24, state i-:—Weather and crops.—We ..-have now the , most -critical1 time-'for the Euro■_ pean cr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913
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