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SOME HEALTH PROVERBS. Here are some health proverbs which should be learned by everybody:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 17 October 1913

SOME HEALTH PROVERBS. Here are some health proverbs which should be learned by every body:— An open wmaow is Deuer man an open grave. Warm rooms have killed more peo ple than ever froze to death. I£ you let the child have measles when he ia young, you may save a doctor's hill later on, but you inay have to pay the undertaker now. Have an expert to examine the drains; it will cost less than a case of typhoid. If your milkman brings you warm milk make it hot for him. Wire screens in the windows may keep crepe from tlie door. A fly in the milk often means a member of the family in the grave. If some people were as much afraid o£ flies aB they are of bad -water there would be less typhoid. When you see a child looking like an angel, do not kiss it; you might make a real angel out of it.. Scarlatina may not sound so danger ous as scarlet fever, .but ask the un dertaker.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 17 October 1913

GENERALNSWS. 1 SpeaMne of the profits derived from songs which 'catch on," a London pap "pr says: that-"Queen of My Heart" i brought its composer £10,000 in one year. "Her Golden Hair was Hanging - Down Her Back" earned £20,000 in a .very few months, and "Huali, the Bogey Man" was almost as success ful. "The Man that Broke the Banlc at Monte Carlo" and "The Howdy Dowdy Boys" swept like a tornado over the world, and brought In ten® of thousands of pounds in royalties. It is-Snot only the music hall type of . song, ■ hdwever, that reaps a golden] harvest." Sir Arthur Sullivan drew over =810,000 in royalties from tl10 'Lost Chord;" "In Old Madrid" re warded composer and pubiishar to the tune of £15,000; and "M.y Pretty Jane" is said to have yielded a reven ue of £2,000 a line. Not long ago the copyright of "For All Eternity" was sold for £2,240i • * * -j . A scientific lecturer is petitioning for divorce1 on novel grounds. His Wife is a native of the south of France, and the lecturer h...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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URANA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 17 October 1913

URANA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. U b Tho Committee of tlio uliovo Hospital, , desires to tlmnk tho collectors, trad wll tlioae who m> libe'iilly subscribed to ilie, box collection at the recent Unuia Show. - The Stato School wlieat-growlng , competition in West Australia for gold, silver, and bronze medals pre sented by Dr. Ellis, of Coolgardie, re sulted interestingly. Tho test was tho number of grains of wheat pro duced from a single grain planted by a school child. The gold medal was won by a boy at Jennapulin, who, from a grain of Tulvy wlreat, raised G4 lieada, with 2049 grains. The sil ver medal went to a Kellerberrin boy, whogo grain of bearded white produc ed 38 hcaqi; and 12G4 grains. The bronze medal was won "by a Three Springs lod, whoso grain of Clubliead produced 2'i heads and 1177 grains.

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A TALE IN BLANK VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 17 October 1913

A TALE IN BLANK VERSE. They Bat beneath a: 6tarry sky One warm and fragrant.Juno night, And round about-them far and night There flhoue tho mellow— (Same old sphere . and same old shine.) "Your eyes," said he and . snuggled near, "Are like the stars above you," Then softly murmured; in her ear The fateful words— (What any other idiot would mur-; -mur under'-the circumstances.) She neither said "Ho.w dare you, sir," Nor "I .will be your sister," Instead she. pursed the lips of her And then of course he— (Well, what would you .do?) On-Love's -romantic .primrose way They loitered -not-nor tarried, But hied them to a church one day . • And speedily .were— (Life-sentenced.) No Happy ever after": fate •Of::them .is iwrlt^-dear -ine, -,no! , She quickly loft the married state ; And settled down- in— (Tho land of the free.) —Ella iflentley. . Arthur/ in-- ".Lifo." , A lmlf acre,of city :landifor a.horso! Tlie. aeal was. made 75 years .ago in :Melbourne, and. in one of •.•its chief streets. ...

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 17 October 1913

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES All tlio world loves a lover. For this reason readers will forgive tlio lioru of this matrimonial tangle, who sot the beat of an obstinate paler, nnd carried off his adored to the altar In triumph. The eon of a wealthy pan. torallet up 'Hoopariiigalong way, camo to the city to have a good time. With out mincing matters, it may be men tioned just hero that he had. In the course o£ his holiday he was intro duced to a dear little typewriter, u charming- young lady who, owing to the death of her Improvident pa, had liad "to help tlio mater Ijy getting into harness herself. Well, the pair .booh becnmc fust friends. Ho took her to tho picture shows, nnd had supper more than once, nnd the thing ended up In au ideal love match. Bertie pro posed during a visit to the Violet Farm on a wet Sunday, and was ac cepted, anu placed a 50-guinua ring an ills sweetheart's linger, lie went home nnd explained the situation to dad, Then a paternal tornado devas tated tho happy home. ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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THE VIXEN Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VIII (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 17 October 1913

By LEWIN FITZHAMON. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. y* AU Rights Reserved. :1 - 'CHAPTER VIII (Continued). Tlie following Suiid ay morning . Dainty Dresden lay long in bed con ning the situation. On the one liana there was a bearded millionaire who had brought himself to ol'fer to make lier Mrs Sibstone, mistress of a pal ace in Park Lane; a seat at Sonning, . with terraces, lawns, fountains, yea cocks, and a regiment of servants to drive her to distraction; to sav no thing of a yacht, a string of "race horses, and, if she wished it, a thea tre all her own! . On -.lie other hand there was Petti gew. avdo was full of cheeriness of youth, mannered with blue blood, courteous by inheritance, easy to manage and . . . pleasant -to look upon; who could if he would—and to Dainty this seemed only a matter ot days—offer her an ancient name, an .estate of seventy thousand acres, richly timbered and mortgaged; a few thousand a year—though even these et-emed mo...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 17 October 1913

LADIES' LETTKE. . By "Irono." Sashes and gird lea nro certainly the chief note of tho Hummer styles, nntl will certainly be u distinguishing trait of the up-to-date frock. They may droop quite low dow-n upon tlic skirt, may ropo«c (iround.the lilps, or dollnn I lie waist., and may bo ot' anything, so that though every gown may lioatu a sash or girdle thcr.c itued be no monotony, They will cortalnly give scope for Ingenuity und the note or originality, which Victorian women so woefully lack. They ssem to follow (mo lead and he quite content to ho one exactly like tho other. A word of warnfng about tho Eastern hip sash, it nocils .very careful ndjustmont. mid a certain ty|>e of tignrii to wear it wun success. The sash which supplies a contrasting noto of color is- very effec tive, and very often It. Is tho only touch of that, color on the gown. They may bo of any material from niH or chiffon to brocade. Iu Loudon, at a recent wedding, girdles, or, rntnti loot":i belts of antique co...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

PROM VARIOUS SOURCES. I I [ Harry. Lauder, tlic famous Scotch comedian, while travelling In the train from London to Glasgow, recently, lis tened to a conversation in wlilcli lie was . profoundly interested. Theve were four Jewish commercial travel lers in lils compartment, und with a Sooil deal of haat unwarranted by the 3ubject, they were arguing upon the salary received by Harry Lauder. One averred that Laudor sot ,C250 a week; another said only £100, while a third, who alleged that lie was a friend of the comedian and adviBed him in all his ilnaneial affairs, declared tlmt Harry's price was no less than .C 1001) a week. At this the others laughed In credulously, whereat Ijaiulor's mythtc ol friend got very angry tupping the comedian on tho knee, said, ••What Is your opinion on the subject; what do you reckon Lauder gets a week?" Lauder carefully folded tho paper which ho had pretended to be reading, and drawled, with a pronounced Scotch accent, "I dlnna ken what Har ry jxiudar g...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

GENERAL NEWS. " : Porkers to'.be converted Into saus ages are being eagerly sought by buy-, ors In Melbourne. A "blackfatter changed .hands on Friday at 5%d. per lb , 'the body thus realising £0 17/G, Aa a protest against "high prices^ bad pay and living in New Zealand," "an eccentric individual named Elijah -Fretton damaged property valued at | •£17 '<it Oamoru (N.Z.). Fretton said he was a new arrival from London and was starving. Ha was. sentenced to terms of imprisonment on eix charges, .aggregating six months. J * * * Two serious accidents marred the motor cycling sports held in Mel bourne on Saturday and cast a gloom, over the 5,000 spectators. While rid ing round the track at a speed of 'about 30 milea an hour, H. McColl lost control .of his .machine at a spot where the track dipped and the sun ,had so cracked the asphalt ae to make faot travelling dangerous. He crashed in to the picket fence and Ms machine was crumpled up like a.piece .of paper. He was removed to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

BAILRY- In snd nod loviun of'our: doa»<: Mother and Father who clupuU'd tins life, October 25th 1901 nod 1912. • 1 He piveth his beloved Sleep. • . v Inseited by their loving children. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. MELBOURNE CUP EXCURSIONS. " CUiOM 30th October till 6th November inclusive, tickets at Holiday Expur fiiiin Pares will be issued lo Melbourne at all stations (^ulturbati except ed), Deniliquin and Moami line in cluded, The tickets will be available by all trains arid for return by any train from 1st November till 2nd December inclusive. \ • •. E. B. JONES, Acting Secretary. Grants Benefit Performance by the ..'*** Jerilderie Dramatic & Comedy Co SCHOOL OF ARTS, URANft Wednesday, Novemlier 12tli The original, side-splitting Throe-act Farcicil Comedy, entitled, "HOME, SWEET HOME WITH VARIATIONS.'* T In Aid of TIRANA DISTRICT HOSPITAL. Dhamatis' Personae : Mr Braysliaw (a bachelor). Mr T. .T. Plumbo ■ Mr Daniel Brinklow (his brother-in-law) ■ Mr/fcL MeVittiB. Willia...

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

POLICE COURT. At the Urana Police Court on 14th inst, before Messrs H.> Bfeakell and A. T. Muldoon,J_s'P. Henry Smith, deemed to be-jn^ sane and not under ^proper care and control, was ordered to be conveyed to. the Hospital for the; Insane at Kenmore. On 21st inst ; George Demanuel, deemed to be' insane, was remanded for eight" days for medical observation.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

ATI«CKEDSULDLNIA "I w is iitt nked with li Hupi /. , ml got /,* so ill tlmtl I ml ii l>" tr> 11 fl " i uiitisjlli k, Miyall, liuciiui ker, Ti'ukiiu, N'Z "Mj wife ""til in Gje^irnrrt CiikbifTok't;,'^.d. 'storei ii pot ytimcllims'Jitrviuuv^alifynoldv^^ her tn pive ,nie Ch uiiberlum'a Cough Remedy, and t,ho luought a bottle ho'lir ' - I am gliui to sty thHt it cured me, and irT less I bin n «eek I n ts us B0II ns ivif niid buck lit ivoik." Obtnintblo eveiy where,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

. General Carrying Agency S.^ MONTGOMERY, GENERAL CARRIER. r i v-\. Parcels of All Descriptions Convoyed i ltom and to Railway btalion and in Town us required:" . \ Trucks Loiicled and Unloaded Bus and Lurry Meets All Trains for Passengers and Goods. S. MONTGOMERY, Uratt^j. Wool! Wool! P. M. SEARLE (Of Melboui ne)^ TXJOGS to notify the Faimeis Utv and District. iliat he-is-aKaNV PUR CHASING Wi lOL in imy . ^umitit.ox, ;aud i* prepared lo .BUY' -o^ SHEEP'S •;BAtK or SHEAR at Messrs: W.-iuid A. McGEOGH'.S SHED at BELLE VIE CoKIifcBl'ONIiFVOf, IiN \ lThlt A':drtss— ■ P. M. Searle, i ' BELLE VU1?. URANA FRUIT ISiART New Seasons Fruitand Vegetables always on hand Fancy Goodsi Drapery, Stationery and other Lines :;Dis*trict*rNewsag&ncy for Local N -.Papei:,'Dailies, Periodicals, &c Mrs. E. E. Walker, Opposite Post Office' {—:—:• . •—' Corowa Auction Mavt A A. PIGGIN £ Co. * Sa tiger-si reel.,. CVirmia (estab lished 1875), Auctioneers, Valuers, Wool buyors, Grain-buyers, fi...

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Rule for Measuring Tanks [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

Rale for Meas«rin°' Tanks Add together the ©top area and • llle bottom area together' with-four times the middle areas, divide the result by G, and multiply by the depth. TE the; measurements are in feet divide by: 27, and the result will then bo the size, of; the excavation in cubic yards. Top ... 60 x 80 4800 ... "top area. ; Bottom 20 x 20 400 ... bottom area 40 x 60 x 4 8000 ... middle area 13,200 v 13,200 divided by 6—2,200. 2,200 x 10 (depth)—22,000 cubic feet 22,000 divided by 27—8,14 -area of *tank in cubic yards, lr you want nnd size before sink ing you can obtain the length and breadth of what the bottom will be on "omplotion. Thus: This tank- has the top measurements 60ft. by 80ft.; depth, lOftj; slopes on three sides 2 to 1, and on ono side (the roadway) 4 to 1; in the breadth, 2 to 1 for 10ft— 20ft, this on either side,—40it. This .substracted from 60ft. leaves 20ft. in breadth .at the bottom. In the length on ono side, 2 to 1 slopes x 10—20ft.; and on the remaining sid...

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Local Land Board. Consideration [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

Local Land ; Board, Consideration Shanahan Cornelius,, Cr- Lease: ' 13/3, 380 acres.—Adjourned -to J srilderie Court, commencing 30th November. \ Enclose roads, Sec. 8 Act f899. Mason John, H S 11/8, 102 acres-—Adjourned jfor production of consent of Shire Council- Cul ley W. T. L., Sp L. 09/3, 17^.2 30. Adjourned for consent of Shire Council. j - Inquiry. Regulation 340 Gleeson, Patrick J., C. P. L. "S 07/18, 491-1.20.—Conditions found fulfilled tc date. Section 20 C.L. Act 1894. Hodgkinson, Frank H.S- 96/16, <""• 320 acres, H.S- 97/30, 816 acres.— -- Forfeiture incurred for non-resi- v ~ dence ; recommended to be wa;v- \ ed on condition property issued within 3 months, or residence en tered into. "■ v . Section 10 Water Act 191.? George R. Jackson, No. 321. Dump.— Recommended ; George Hall, 327 dam. —Adjourned- to■" next Board; William Ashwin, 334 dam and pump.—Withdrawn. ■ ■ - Consideration. Frank N. Parkmspn, Cr-Lease 1450 acres.—Confirmed 1467 ; • J. R. Forster, Cr L...

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The Editor's Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

The Editor's Joke. A budding author eent a humorous paragraph to the editor o£ a dally paper. Not finding it printed within a reasonable time or hearing from the editorial department, he wrota to inquire about it. "I Bent you a joke about ten daye ago. I have heard nothing respect ing its sate receipt, and should ba glad to hear whether you have Been it." The editor's reply was as followe: "Your jolce arrived eafely, hut up. to the present wo have not eeetj ttl"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

LEGAL. P. W. "McCarthy, SOLICITOR. Oommissiener for Affidavits for N.S.W. and South Australia. Office: McCracken's iJuiLMNas;•7 Green- Sreet, .Lockhari Mr. McOARTHY visits UUANA on Wednesday after second .Thursday in each month, and BOllBjE-'pREEK, on nlonday after the second Thursday. . Land Agency Work Performed. Solicitor to Urana P.P. Board. Trust Funds to Lend "Upon Approved Reul or Personal Estate. [LEGAL NOTICE.] PERCY ~MEILLON. SOLICITOR, 4c., JERILDERIE, Commissioner for Affidavits tor N.S.W. and Victoria, •WILL' ATTENDAT URANA, BERRIGAN AND OTHER TO.VXS 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, aa 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 r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/8

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THE POWER OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

THE POWER OF LOVE. Love gives life. Hatred kills. Lova sweetens anil purines. Hatred emblt- : ters. Love elevates. -Hatred degradea. Lave Is the path to heaven. Hatred la the path to hell. Love is but another name for bro therhood. It brings forth . charity, mercy, forbearance, tolerance,1 benevo lence.

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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. CHURCH of ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. .FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24th,'913. . LOCAL AND GENERAL. CHURCH of ENGLAND. Services will be held on Sunday next as follows: Oaklands 11 a m. (Holy Communion) and 7.30 p.m. Rev L. Winn; Daysdale 2.30 p.m. (Children's Service) and 3 p.m. Mr A. Mills; Urana 7.30 p.m., Mr A. Mills.

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