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INSPIRED BY A SHOUT. (A STORY OF THE FRENCH CONQUEST OF ALGERIA.) [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

INSPIRED BY A SHOOT, (A Stom on tub" FnnNon Ooaqonas C3 . - 'Axtasnu.) Shouts, mingled with groduo, yallo* nurses, the whizz and patter of bullets, and t'ua ooaseloBB. oraolila of death-dealing mus ketry, aw'oko ovory eoho of tho Algerian mountains on_a fine, summor morning in 1837, while tho hot, stifling, bluish-white emoko eddied around the grey, orumbling towers of tho ancient bill fortress o! Al Kliatoom, whioh tho Frenoh invadero woro '.attacking, and the Arab mountaineers do> fonding, with all their might and main. Perolied like an eagle's nest on Us rocbj hill top, with a broken and difficult oountrj -nil around it, this fort had long been tho oliosen refuge of tho native guerillas who infested that wild region; and tho French general—who saw that his possession of the plain below would be absolutely useless so long as these fierce Arab raiders could swoop down upon it whenever tbaypleased« to plunder and to olay—had made up his mind to, oapturo tho place, cost what it mi...

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

HOSPITAL BENEFIT. Final arrangements have been made for the Jerilderie Dramatic and Comedy Company to visit Urana on Wednesday, 12th Nov. and perform the three-act farcical comedy entitled, " Home, Sweet Home, with Variations," in aid of the Urana District Hospital. This play is described as one of the biggest amateur successes yet penned and was recently per formed by the company at Jeril derie, meeting with unqualified success. The Jerilderie D. and C. Company has given similar bene fit performances at Berrigan and Fin'ey during the past twelve months, and has established a good reputation, so residents of the town and district may look forward to something exception ally good—in aid of a deserving institution, on the 12th prox.

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6

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

Commonwealth r/'lfe of BustraUa Dranchcs are open for the transaction of Gortora) nanfcing Business throughout Australia asunder:— \ Plow South Waloo~8.vdney and Canberra Victoria—•Melbourne. Queensland—ttmlmn© and • Townsvlllf. South Australia -Adelaide. Western Australia— iVrth Tasmania—Ilob&rt. And at ISgypl House, 80-US New IJroad Street, London Cable remittances made to, and draft* drawn, on foreign plaoes direct. Foreign Jiill.s negotiated and collected. Letters of Credit and Circular Notes testted to any patt of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Hanking and Kxchapge Un.sinesa of every description transacted within thv Ocmmonwealth. United Kingdom and foreign counties. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Ag^ncicB are open In practicaUy nil Post Officoo which issue Money Orders In the Australian sup to £10 at any Olllce within Mie Commonwealth 3°/o Rate of Intercut on ifiimmum Deposit v all Deposits up to <8300 Stall Jaxcaut.1913 DKNI80N MILLKll. G...

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AN ACCIDENT OF HENRY CLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

AN' ANKCI^jTF. OK"HENRY claV. - . Huiiiy Clay, oncof Uio most popular AmeiiiMn sUtesnmii of his duy, smis travi'lllll^ Uillll'M l.r'lli "(lilt \VC!jt," 1111(1 i.'ii up for it wultl nf.'.vv»>:iitry tavern. v" Mine Jio-l," mi looking over the .•fgiatoiy, discovered • tiiu niuni>;::ilonry Clay." riioicw.is IiiiL one " (Jlay." Could t 1m possililu lii.'t lie li.id tins diutm gtiislieil man initleiv'lim-irnof Ho was astonmlieilj ileliKlitod. Nest morning, as aoon as the jireafcniun appeared, the ad miring 15oinrui!o ,;l)u«tleil forward, : and malting bio ruiii' l»nv, said, v. " Mr. Clay, 1 believe, mi'?' v " That in my iiiiine,". sai3 ■ thoi gontle man^indus aflable tcno..: ■ " Mr. Ghiy, the Congressman ?" ( " Vos, air." " •' — . "Well, mr-I'vo heard jf you, and 1 .thought* I'djust aslt.if you wouldn t give mo and"'my :.old- woman - a. bpcech before you go." ■ ■ : - .. 11m. • aj tie. plaited and yet be golden. Mup propones ; but (ho girl disposes. Every man has his price; but be do...

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

Urana Directory URANA (N iS.W.)—A postal, money order and telegraph town, on the north ern side of Urana Creek, at the junc tion of five stock routes, equidistant from Narrandera and Corowa, and be Wagga and Deniliquin; State Electorate of Corowa, Federal Electorate of Riverina, distant 70 miles from Albury, 405 miles from Sydney, 22(1 from Melbourne. A daily train serves Urana, connecting with the main Southern line at The There is a daily mail from both Sydney, and Melbourne. The chief industry is are farming and grazing Population of town, 400; district. 2a00. Uraaia Is the central office of the Urana Land " District, and the Land Board meet3 here periodically^ It is also an important post office telephone exchange centre, with 41 subscribers, all the surrounding stations^ and principal farmers being connected, it is also con with Lockhart and JerUdene. Urana Is noted Tor the splendid gravel deposits in the vicinity, and the per manent supply of water stored in Urana Creek by mea...

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

TPO STAND THIS SEASON AT 1 URANA. The Trotting Pony Stallion MOUNTAIN BELLS. G years old. „ "FMTOUNTAIN BELLS Is a handsome bay roan pony, stands 14 hands high. His sire, the famous Abbey Bells (38,584, American Registor, imported from America, and sire of Laughing Bells, Twinlilo Bolls, &c.) ; dam Fidget, by Mountain Hero; 2nd dam, iNellie, by Honesty (imported American trotter, sire of Honor and Mystery). Abbey Bolls (imp.) by Bow Bells (13,073 American Register, record 10|, sire of Beausant, 2.6!i, Billy Andrews 2.61t, Matin Bella 2.6$, Glnd Bells 2.6J, Belfowood A. 2.7|, &c.) ; dam Russia (2.28, dam of Verti gron, 2.29), by Harold (413 American Register, sire of Maud S, 2.8J, blumbi r 2.11J, and Altura 2.12A); 2nd dam Miss Russell (dam of M<ud S. 2 8J, Sclavonlo 2.9J, Pistachio, 2.21J, Ac.), by Pilot Jr. (12, Aniericin Register), &o. MOUNTAIN BELLS holds Govern ment Life Certificate for soundness and approval. TERMS-£2 10s or £3 3s Guaranteed. ...

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

. TO STAND THIS SEASON At YARRAN - CLUMP, URANA, THE DRAUGHT STALLION, YOURS® GLAfflSiMIS. Young clansman is a pawor fully built bay colt, 4 years old. Young Clansman is by Clansman from Rose out of Rose from Farmer. Gre.it dam by IVaggonor, g r dam Violet by Ralph (imp.). Farmer, by Prince of Wales (imp.), CLANSMAN" is a very handsome power fully built eheBtnut colt. Stands well on fraud legs with good bono, hair, and lols of action. His sire, Grandmaster {imported from Now Zealand), a champion prize taker at Albury and other shows in New South Wales and Victoria, dam by Farmor, g dam by Surprise. Farmer was by Farmer's Glory , an4 his slock are well-known in the Urana district as quiet, honest workers. YOUNG CHANSfllAN holda the Government Life Certificate for Soundness. Terms- £3 3s« Reduction made for three or more ores. Over five, one free. Limitea number of mares taken, All mares to be removed and paid for by 1st January, 1914. Good paddocks. Every earo taken of mares, but no ...

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

' Railway Timetable.. The Gervico will be by tho Down Ex press train leaving Sydney at 7.26 p.m., instead of bv tho 10,5 p.m.'. train, as formerly,, The Rock Tootool Preach Pnrk Milbrulong Napier Lockhart Long Park Boree Creek. Mucra Cullivel URANA URANA Uranagong Coorabin OAKLANDS OAKLANDS^ Coorabin Uranagong Urana Cullivel Mucra Boree Creek Long Park Lockhart Napier Milbrulong French Park Tootool THE ROCK SYDNEY DOWN, OF, 7,43 9.30 - r P-m' t.v dapart 7t-8fl: arrlvoVdoparu ajn. * a.m. 6,40 6.66 , G±i8 6l40 u 7128 8.13 8J35 ■ j:8.6fi y .46 10*16 arrive 10.43: . depart 11.15 ~~i 1.2" 11.67 arrive 12.25 :i arrive, depart .. a.m. a.m. 960: 10.7 10.35 11.80 11.00 pm 12.35 . i:i4 :. It44 . ,2.46 wr2tr>7. \3.17. 11.0 2.16 4.30 -..j.4.62, arrivo 6*10 Up Mail leaves The Rock. at 4.52 p.m. tDaily. Saturdays excepted, from Sydney, .*On Sundays arrives Sydney G.25 a.m. t Calls to pick up and set down passes, gore. when required. '■

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

eas iiotop yap; Will take you anywhere, at any time. ft v'®." « I CARS FOR HIRE. Reliable Chaffeurs § •... — <a ■B' : /• Bicycle and Motor Accessories oh Hand. Large Stock of Bicycles of All Makes to Select from. "INSPECTION INVITED. »: t3- a & P"« i,Bas"S"OWj Proprietors. ^ ( ■ . ■ • Q ►••••€L©®®.e.©.©.©.©.©.©.©.@©.©.©.©.©o.©;o.o.o.©.@®.©@@©®©o©©e>' ari aaBDHOsonnanaoanRania Mrs M. J. Tracey, PROPRIETRESS □ □□□OnODOnnODD'oDO IN^TIIANICING tho Public for past Sup port, solicits a Continuance of the tfv - Patronage for the future. , • ■ ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OP WJNES AND SPIRITS KEPT. . , Commodious Stabling and Attendant. ""Booking Office for Oaklands-Daysdale- Corowa, and Mucra Coaches. Arrangements can bo made with Mr. S. Montgomery for Hiring of Vehicles. —■ CAB MEETS ALL TRAINS. STOCK, STATION AND GENERAL, COMMISSION AGENTS, * :: _< Local Agent for FORD MOTOR CARS. (RICKARDS B(ROS. & STUTT, Bendjgo) We jge also Agents for the'STANDARD FIRE...

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

Heame9§ BrosieMtls Cure Those who have taken thio medicine are amazed nt its splendid . healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, AsLhmn, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the clic;5t, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subjcct to Colds on the Chest it ia invaluable, as it effccts a complete cure. It >3 most comforting in allaying Irrrtatidn in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is hot known where *"Coughs" have, on their first appearance. bet:n properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or" two is generally mifficifcrit, and a complete cure is certain. Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. . LINCOLN'S CE L J 77; ON DRAUGHT ST All the Leading Motels in the. District. it combines Happily with Aerated waters A Medicinal TONIC beverage oolootod on the ...

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RAINFALL. The following is the record of [?]e rainfall at Urana since 1870:—. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

RAINRAXL.. The following is the record ol lib; rainfall at Urana sinco 1870:—. . .. xear. incnoa... 1870 ... .... 36 03 1871 , 21.08 1872 ' 28.78 1873 18.30 1874 . ... 17.56 1875 - 24 57. 187G 11.21 --1877 a- ... ^ -15.07 , , - 1878- k .:r- -r.~ ■ "19.08 -r 187s,1 - 18.09 - 1880 ... "... 15.75 ~ 1881 ... * ... " 14 45 - 1882 ■ 16.44 ^1883 13.25 , 1S84 11.44" 1885... ... "... 13 87 18P6 18' 7 ~ 13.95 —28 34 18j8 - - 10.54 , 1889 , .r. 28.81 1890 ^ 17.93 1891 '22.50 1892 19.77 1893 17.61 1894 2i,.29 1895' ... , 13.14 1896 1'4.90 1897 - 9.48 1898^ ... < ... 1 8.56 1899 ... _ ... 11.11 1900 20 15 1901 14 12" - 1902 10.48 1903 - 18.19 . 1904 K14.91 1805 - '-13.42' 1906, 21.85 . 1907 ... ' ...J 11.85 ■ 1908 : 13.48 190$ 16J14 1910 ...' ... 15.60 « 1911 ' ... 15.98' 1912 ... ■ ... . 1892 '1913 (to' date)--... 13 40 Averago for 39 years—17 inches. "Si? Widgiewa"", records .;■ for :■ tho - four:yoarB preceding are^ aB follows:— 1866 r 17 91 18671 • ... 19.81 - ,1868 V. S- 12.86 18...

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WHAT MUSCLE INDICATES IN THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

WHAT MUSCLE INDICATES IN THE HORSE. Different kinds of work require dif ferent kinds of horses. A horse i3 of no particular value except for what he can do. About 40 per cent, of the weight of an ordinary horse ia mus cle. All muscles concerned with lor eomotion are attached to hones, and, when they contract, they cquse the 'lanea to which they ore fastened to move. The lower part of a horse'a legs are nearly all bone', but the mus cles in the body and upper part of the limbs are attached to various part of the bony construction by ten dons, and can thus produce a motion of the parts located some distance away. The muscles we are discussing, when contracted, are a'nout three quarters as long when at rest. The amount of motion produced by the action of the muscles of, say, one of the horse's hind legs will depend da the length of the muscles, aDd the length and the relation of the bones to which they are attached. The common idea among students of this subject Is expressed in these w...

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

x HOUSEHOLD MA'l i HHS To .PniiSKRYE■.Tomatoes.—.Cut up a. number of tomatoes, ami-let them simmer' ger.tly^m astewpan over a slow fire until .•educecl to a pulp. From tliib snnaeze all thejuico by "pressing it through a lino hah'sieve; boil it until it thickens, and then pour .it into small bottles. Stand : these in a large fisb kettle,or boiler, filling it with cold water, md-putting some hay between the bottles and against the aides of the boiler, to prevent them from touch ing it or eauh other. &et the boiler 011 the lire, and let all boil-for a quartor of an hour after the water conies to the boil. Let the bottles cnol in the water after tak ing the boiler, ofl the fire. - Then cork and seal them, amUteup them m a dry place. L'ake care that none of.thu water guts into the bottlqs.wliile boiling. ■ y.. • . i ],EJ10N Juici:.—To Keivclhi.'i;stn;coi:c inumber of line ieinons, taking care that ; they, are all quite; fresh.; Stvaiy the juice ; thniugh.niusliii, air! pour it i...

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

IMPROPER MILKING. The future of many a promising cow has been ruined by Improper milking soon after calving. The dairy cow has been abnormally developed to produce large quantities of millc; consequent ly certain of her organs, such as the mammary glands, have become great ly enlarged and weakened just before and after calving, duo probably to the secretion of milk. The art or science, whichever we may call it, of milking can only bo attained by those who are willing to make a study of each individual cow, of her. disposi tion, dairy temperament and physical condition. When work goes badly it is gener ally because, for some reason or oth er, our heads and liande are not work ing together. Don't allow yourself to bo so busy getting ready for some vague future happy time that you have no time to be happy to-day.

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THE FINAL COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

THE FINAX. -COTJKiSE. ; Years ago,-at a race at.Ascot,: the fa mous-horse Tiberius broke his log by 'hounding against one of the posts ofl.ho harrier just after .the start. .His owner, IiorclMillbank, lost heavily in bets, be sides tluv value of the horse ; the law, of-' course, liemn that accidents should not ba 'taken into account as relioving a horse in :ase of defeat. Three days afterwards liOrELilillbank gave a.sumptuous dinner, to"wliich: tho; most \iiisiirigiiiBhufi of the Knglisb peorago liad been invited, and at .ivhicli. the'yi weie present. The convivi . dity'raivhigli. Towards the closo, and at i latohour, after numerous toasts had '-con drunk, the noble host aioso at tho head of the table aud proposed that they should drink to the memory of the de parted.Tiberius. It was. clamorously re ce;ve<!. The master of the feast re wis.zd standing, with a brimming glass in '■J» hand. - "We drink'to Tiberius," he said, "the most beautiful, the most enduring, the most co...

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

COW MANURE. Experiments that have extended over a long period show that the man ure and urine from an average, cow weighs about 70 lbe. a day, so that the production tor the year would be 12% tons. If you have a herd of for- ' ty, why, that's 510 tons of the best possible manure, isn't it? You would have to pay a lot of money for 500 tons of manure, and yet, perhaps, you are not malcing proper efforts to save and utilise that for which you do. not have to pay. Manure should be collected daily, and either spread on the land or stored in concrete covered-in pita or Bheds. The old plan of leaving it in heaps in the /ard is a wasteful way and an uncleanly way. Save every drop and every piece o£ manure, for your land, and your farm will not be a squeezed lemon Ijy the time you are due to hand it over to your son.

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

THE EAR. ■ Comparatively few people realise what a delicate and sensitive structure the human ear really is. That which we ordinarily designate go is, "after all, only the outer porch of a seriss of winding passages which, like the lob bies of a great building, lead from the world without to the world within. Certain of these passages contain li quid. and their membranes are stretch ed like parchment curtains across the corridor at different places, and can be thrown into vibrations - or made to tremble like the head of a drum or as the surface of a tamborine does when struck with a stick or with the finger©. Between two or three parchment-like curtains a chain of very small bones extends, which serves to tighten or relax these membranes and to com municate vibrations to them. In the innermost place of all a row of white threads, called nerves, stretches like the strings of a piano from the last point to which the tremblings or thrill inga reach and pass inward to the brain. _

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LOST ARTICLES THAT HAVE COME TO LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

LOST ARTICLES THAT ELAVJB COME TO. LTQHX. • '■ Thara it often a singular romance about the recovery of missing treanare*. Ths nar ratives of many ot these restorations aro chapters in tho rccorda of the happening of the unlikely. A gold walch waa found oiy the bcaoh at Newbiggin by-ihe-Sea ono Spring day ol 1S88# It was piclccd op by a Sherman, Curious to get a cluo to tho owner, ho looked inside. / Ho waf able _.fo maic out on w.* 6cription ks follows.— 11 To Mr. David Johnston, from the pa> rinhioners of Kinghoro and other friends, in testimony of their appreciation of htEoiccJ l»nt acrticc* during iho ttroycsr& lio acted a* ftHiiuUnt miniitnr to tho K«r. M. Bmrto, D.D., of Kingh'jrn, Jnne 5th,JL8Gli Tiii* proved a basin of inquiry. The rp> null ttas the ultimate return of the watch to the proprietor, greatly, to his The wa'.ch had been loot vrhfl* balking ai Kinghurn, 110 rniled avray from tha Kor thuuilierlau.l Tillage where it wa* found. Left .too heftdloaily on t...

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Melbourne Wool Sales [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 24 October 1913

Melbourne Wool Sales The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd., held their second sale .of the regular season on Tuesday, wheh they submitted a light and attractive catalogue comprising some 6140 bales. A feature of the catalogue was the inclusion 'of'Inumbers of well grown sound .and attractive wool clips of both Crossbred and Merino, in addition," to. i'some-Jwell known largest '. stations-: clips. Competition was again keen, and widely distributed, both the Con tinent and Yorkshire buyers oper ating, frefely, as did America. A fairly large proportion of the better class wool finding its way to the latter destination. As com pared with our sale of a week ago there was little or no hinge to re port. Short", filty and heavy de scriptions however, showe .1- some irregularity, and occasionally sold in buyers favour. Our top price for the day was 13fd this being secured for this* top lot of the Wargum clip from Deniliquin, whilst the crossbred of V T.A from Ballan made 13id a...

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