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Murder in the Islands SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913

Murder in the; Islands SYDNE1Y. Monday. In connection with the murder. by natives ot a French settler at Apt Island, In the New Hebrides, on July 19th, a newspaper published at Villa declares that the murder was insti gated by the English missionaries In the group, their object being to force the hands of French and British Go vernments to put an end to Condomi mn. The charges are based on a document which the Qommander of the Kersaint found in one of the vll luges on Api. The Kersaint was sent on a punitive expedition against the murderers, and under threats to burn the villages and crops the natives gave up the alleged murderers.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Flight Round Britain. DISASTER BEFALLS HAWKER. WRECKED IN IRISH SEA. "AUSTRALIA PROUD OF YOU." [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913

Flight Bound Britain. | DISASTER BEFAUjS- HAWKKR. "WRECKED IN IRISH SEA. "AUSTRALIA PROUD OP YOtf." After remaining at Oban itst the night Hawker andjfhis mechanician tesumed their flight .yesterday morning.' ' They rose from the bay at 20 min utes to 7 o'clock, and making slow progress over tho 100 miles separa ting them from tho Irish Coast, did not roach Larne, the nearest point, until 20 minutes to'10 o'clock. Mrepovor, the remaining 100 milos of the journey to Dublin could not bo un dertaken until a stoppago was made to enable the petrol tanks to be replen ished. Hawker made a great endeavour to reach Falmouth yesterday in order to complete the circuit before 9.30 to day, but ho was delayed for an hour in leaving Oban, owing to a leaky iloat, and later on he lost three hours, ow ing to engine troubles. Despite their magnificent display of skill and pluck, Harry G. Hawker, Australian aviator, and his mechani cian, Alexis Kauper, also o£ Austra lia, have, failed to: -win the "Dai...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEENSLAND'S CONGRATULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 5 September 1913

QUEENSLAND'S CONGRATU- LATIONS       The Governor of Queensland cabled Hawker and Kauper Queensland's   congratulations upon their splendid feat.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

HOU8EHOLD HINTS. When butter is too hard to r.proad onshy, if be:aten to a cream It will bo fo'ind a much nicer plan than IE warmod, and no', at all- eo wastoful. Fa'jVry to which b.iki Vj p. v .'er has heon- cdtlpd should ho ,:i-ced In tho oven as (illicitly :ib pos*i:> o. otherwise tho olTect of tlu>. b i'{'.tij,|;>j'-7dcr will be wasted. Save tea leaves for # tew days, then .steep them in a pall for half an hour; 'strain, and nso to clean varnished wood. It requires very littlo polish, ao the tea actB aa a strong detorcnt, cleaning the paint from all Impurities and making it equal to new. To remove liiudstalns from black silk or woollen dresses, llrst let tlio material becomo perfectly dry, and then liruBh oft' the mud., Any stain that remains should be washed with a pleco of llannel 'dipped in hot cof- . fee to which a little ammonia has"been added. It Is much better to UBOLCOld water than hot for scrubbing lloors, aB it does not soak into the'Wood so rapid ly,1 and con...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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GEORGE ROBEY TALKS ABOUT CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

GEORGE ROBEY TALKS ABOUT CRICKET. From the force yells of "Thanh you, air, that greet anyone venturing near one of our publlt; parka on a Saturday aftornoon, It.will have been correctly surmisod that tho criclcot season 1b now In full awing. Personally, though rising forty-four I am.mora of a foot baller myself;' but, for nil that, also a j bit of a whnlo with tlio "willow. For instance, I Waa appearing, up In the North recently,-aiui a PrcBsman conio to mo about eleven • o'clock ono busy Saturday night and asked mo for an Interview. I waa tired, and had about a dozen friends waiting for me, and, wlmt with one tiling ami a bother, pleaded to bo excused. The press man's precise line of argument I may bo, can't follow; but, anyway, he rath or truthfully, and most reproachfully said:— . . "But, Mr. Itoboy, I know you play criclcot all day Sunday." And a Jolly ilno game, too, to play any time when you can manage to dodgo work. I well remombor my .first gamo.of cricket as a boy with some...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Made No Difference. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

. Made No Dlfferenpe. A local preached onc6 drove In a ; cab to the village church to preach. Upon his arrival he was somewhat disconcerted- to And that the congre gation only consisted of one man. ... Remembering, however, that a well known minister had- on one occasion preached to one man and converted him, he decided to give him the bene fit of his discourse.' At the close of a long sermon he shook hands with his congregation and asked him if the sermon waa too long. "Oh, it makes no difference to me," was tUe reply, "I am your ca'bman."

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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A COMMUNITY OF EMANCIPATED WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

A COMMUNITY OF EMANCIPATED WOMEN. Prom time Immemorial a little vii-. lage has existed on the Cape of Shima, in Japan, the name of which in Jap anese .means "The Settlement of Nymphs." .Woman in this village is the predominant partner. The chief industry Is pearl-fishing, and it is tho women'who are the fishers. The men stay at home and do the housework. From the age of four years the girls are taught to dive, and the craft has always been jealously kept in the wo men's hands. Recently some of the men became discontented and started to practise diving wi h the idea of themselves becoming pearl-fishers. The women, dreading the intensified competition, ordered the. men to dis continue their diving, and, as the men refused, a boycott was declared against them. The men were chased from the homes and had to take up their abode in a camp outside the village, a bach elor community. But they continued their diving. One day the women attacked them with stones, threatening their lives. The ho...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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CHAPTER XIX. Resurgam. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

CHAPTER XIX. Resurgam. Next evening Rupert received a curt note Irom Mallien stating that Carrington had replied to the effect that he would come down to Barship on the ensuing day, and would reach . the Big House at twelve o'clock. Pleased with the information, since •the interview was likely to settle the question of the vicar's murder once and for all, Heudlo took It upon him self to arrange matters. To compel plain speaking on the part of the slippery barrister, it was necessary that witnesses should he preaent for the purpose of proving beyond question his presence In Barship on the night of the crime. Without douht Carring ton would twist and turn like an eel In his efforts to escape from the corner in which the procurable evidence would place him. Kupert, weary, of mystery and. worry, made up his mind that the man should be finally brought to book, and therefore went in search of Dr. Tollart. . Now that Inspector Lawson wag..to be.dragged into the matter, for. the purpoBe of ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

| Woods' Great Pcmiormint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/(5

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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13,200 13,200 divided by 6—2,200. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

13.200 13,200 .divided by 6--2.200^; ? 2,200 x 10 (depth)—22,000' cubic feet 22,000 divided . oy ; i27,-^6,14-;-nroa' ; of; i (tank-in. .Qiibic ; yjirds., Ir.yflu want.'w) hna .size, More..sink ing you can obtain thei length, ,'and' breadth of what the ■ Bottom'\vill' bd on "omplelion. Thus: This tank lias the top measurements 60ft. by SOft.';; doptli, lOft*; slopes on tlireo sidys 2, to . 1,'.' and on one side (the roadway) ; 4 to>. 1; in tlie breadth, 2 to 1 for lOft—>. 20ft, this on either side,—40ft. 'This substracted from GOft. leaves 20ft. in, breadth at the bottom. In tho. length, oil one sido, 2 to 1 slopes x 10—20ft.;; and on the remaining side, which is 4 'to 1 by ,10ft. deep—40ft, For both aides GOft. to be taken off from 80ft. in length and mil leave 20ft, thus 20f£ x 20ft. to bo the moasuremani^gf. the bottom. .; Printed and Published by Charles Wilmot ■ Dunstan, for the Proprietors, Dunstan Bros., at their Machine Printing Works. Arina-streot, Urana, in tho State...

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The Lost Parchment By Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., Melbourne.) (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XVIII (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

The Lost By FERGUS HUME. • o>(By'"Arrangement with Ward, , Lock v and. Co., Melbourne.) •i*.:.*:''(A'l Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XVIlf'(Continued). Out of sheer contrariety the host -would have refused, but hie curiosity •and greed got the better o£ him, and he eagerly read the document to learn r if - indeed the Hendle property would i-come to him. The Squire leaned bade ■ in-, his chair, Ailing his pipe and watching: the various emotions ex* ,, pressing themselves, on Mallien's face. Doubt, amazement, satisfaction and ^exultation all appeared in turn, ' and ■when he had' mastered the will, lie looked at Rupert with an expression of triumph. Mallien felt .that he was • top-dog at last, and took a malicious ;delight,in. emphasising the agreeable position. "The property comes to me," he .said,-beaming with self-satisfaction'. ■ 'There isn't the.le^st doubt about it." ' ■ "So I gather after reading that will," answered Rupert calmly. "John Hen - die certainly left everything to Eun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

SAVED HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN "My sons, Olmrli'8 'iml J«thr, iiro snliV j ct to c»ldn," miy.s Mis. 0. Mitvkct Street, Si'Utli Mellinunie, Vie. "fouio tiino hick 1 would lmvo lush liotli of thoin 1ml. f< r the limply ndvico ■ f Mis. Siiiiivdon, who ri'wuiiirioiidt'd ino lO'i'ivo; lliom ChninboiUiiis Cough .noiuedy.VI'. tiied it.mid sijw tlio qlmngo'for-tlip hell or in tlrtmi light nwny mid tlii'y weru Inillr soon well I h.ivo seen tho livcsof hundreds of cliildron wivod by Olnunlicr luin's Cough Rouiody." Sold ovorywliorc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

-gffifce; Etaim iOir!' 1 • , - For Uie town and district of Urana.) ^ ihk k i iMti i as£k» «f X . •* -'0-', -T- ■ ' jUi [ f oii. j. fii '.•i-Jvl" \<>ta r.'xr/m es^^c*,;- v" -, Ca v„ "•; 1 * ' - . .;•.;. -.;.I8-.published-w;eekly-:on;Fi idays and is liberally supplied >•., vvj.th.Ve'ading/niatter. -The ^latest general information, ■ matters of'interest socially; reports of all local- meetings y-'-i.fS.j-iand functions,."latest land intelligence, reports of land 1} aboard .meetings, reports of all district stock markets, and r-j: ^ojther .mattersjot local interest. Whilst, it is a 4' Live Advertising Medium I'iKTX'-iO , ' , Subscription.: 4s per quarter ; I5s per annum in advance. • -j- , ^-^Oste'.I free to anv address upon application. - □□□DanDnaoooDDDDnPDvj V , " V If yon do not already Subscribe r JM > t 1 * / •. - to syoui*Jocal-newspaper, possibly it is that you do '•••••'•-not realise of what real benefit it would likely be to • ii-ijvou;■-.■>. In the new...

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General. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

General. The half-crown fund inaugurate! by theCulcairn Progress Associa tion for the erection of a memor ial to the late Sir William Lyne has now reached about thirty pounds. r Howard James Bishop, an Am erican commercial traveller, who married two Australian girls with in three moiiths, was on Monday sentenced to 12 months' imprison ment, with hard labor, for bigamy

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SHARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

SHARKS. Tho writer romeiijborH, during one of 1 : voyiifjCrt-ncrosR tho Atlantic, one tempi.*-{•!' - nielli, when thowind ami nba seemed ft funeral dirge, a seaman directed his :i(: tion to h shark which appeared in the of tho heaving bilk/ws. I to veeognr-vil »• presence by thy phonphoreKcense, " tin: I!;.- •• ;of golden Jire," that glinted from his shinni settles.- He fH;onn;d to Inst for a victim. !!• moved with a swiftness of motion tlmt. oi'*. stripped onr vessel, and with a snap of 1:.' powerful jaws ho could have cut a man ! two, •A story is ruin led of the ship M I\anu>k ' that as she was leaving the port of N;i: .-t t eome years ago. pilot fell overboard rr;>:; his boat, in which he was being lowed. '! !m NBhip was stopped, and the boat instantly !« for his' rescue, while two life-buoy:; v.M' thrown from the ship. The boat got cb • enough to give him tho end of an oar, whi- '• •-bo took and cried, "For God's sako^ave iwr. The men were about to haul him int" th boat, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

LEGAL. ■ P/'W. "McCarthy, .solicitor;; Commissioner for A.dMiiyils for N'.S.W. - and South Australia. . ._• Office : McGrackbn's" Huiudinos, ' Near Bank of Now Smith Wales, Green Street, Lockhart. Mr. JIoCATlTrlY visits UltANA on Wodnesilay after second Thursday in\ each month, and TiORKE CREEK on Monday after the sectind Tiiursdny. r.y . Luid Agency Work Performed. Trust; Funds to Lund Ui>on Approved Iiejjl'or 'Pergonal E-ilato... , [LEGAL NOTICE.] ' 1 PERCY ~MEIIiLON, SOLICITOR, &c., JEEvILDERIE, Commissionor for Affidavits for N.S.W. and Victoria, ■... WILL ATTEND AT UR>®™®c»WRIG.\N ^ •^grg-b'JU'L.a Iij.ANA. ~ REQUIltEDv . . •; Trust Monies to Lend on^approved se curities in any amount, at Io'.vest current rates ol interest. . • [LEGAL-NOTICE.] (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 icarry on tho practice of hi3 profession. OFFICE: M'CRACKEN'S' BUILDINGS, GREEN ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

IT STRENGTHENED MY THROAT. ' "I bad a weak throat," writes Mr. 0. V. H. Stullurd, 10 Banbury Street, Fuot scr-iy, Vio, • "The slightest change in the weather would affect it, mid I would have to go home from work feelinsr fit for nothing. Mp sister swears by Chamber Iain's Oouyh Remedy, no I thought I would try it. I did h >, and can honestly say it has worked wonders, for my throat is now quito strong." Sold every^cro. In future the Government in tends to deal severely with motor ists who drive at a furious pace between Albury and Sydney. While four high-powered motor cars were racing at Nashville, Tennessee, at a speed of 60 miles an hour, they were wresked, and all four drivers killed. The finger prints of Percy Law rence, who was sentenced to 14 years' penal servitude in connec tion with the Logan Brae sensa tion, are found to be identical with those of an English criminal named Louis Lawrence Levy, who has served terms of imprisonment in England on four charges of stealing. ...

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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMEER,,28. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th, '913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Mass will 'be celebrated at Urana on Sunday, 14th inst., at 10 a.m.; evening devotions, 7-30 p.m. Father McDvvyer, Rector

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

ABOLITION OF HOTELS •>' meaps a DECREASE in Revenue -.•> from" CUSTOMS AND EXCISE, and a CORRESPONDING INCREASE in_ DIRECT-TAXATION. ' " If you do not wish to pay ^Increased Taxation Vote in the TOP SQUAR-E for "■■ ■ CONTINUANCE QF LICENSE ' under Government supervision. . V35 GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK OF NEW SOOTH WALES, Head Office; 11 Moore Street, Sydney. Local Agent: E- ANGOVE, Clerk-of I^etty Sessions^vnui: DEPOSITS RECEIVED from Is. to £500 > - INTEREST at- 3& per cent, on tho first £300 awl 3. per-ccnt-; on-cxcnps';up*to?-..: £500. n20:i Y REPAYABLE DEMAND I lie I ml b u> 1 Tfi \>\ ihrIn * m 1 owr 500 ngoncies throughout the .State. Tho l^usinossN-H. no longer,. through till* Post Oflices. - , LO.MVS TO FARMERS -AND I ITTT.ur.S \T L""r "V O; O'T' "l" - I*t»|•:»vsi!»lo '1»y iiiMafiu'.-r-iij iti v-.-t : .-r . K; ii |«:.r:ivnl:us- u»i a|'j*:ir;«tiun. ' - • -J »r ! «.» >• :/r aBpiQHaiDiDiQiQHDiniDBinBnBiGiaDHBCBDBDflaBniaaaiiaiaia S FOR YOUR n h Highest g...

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LAND APPLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 12 September 1913

LAND APPLICATIONS. The following applications for land have: been received a ft he , local 6ffice George Russell, con version of conditional lease to conditional purchase; A. Fraser, application for permission to trans fer of h.s. 96/1 ; . ,

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