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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES I guess I can put in a fair claim to having Hg.lited on the Absolute Last Word in juror'e sagacity. Twelve of us had been engaged in hearing a charge of larceny, from a dwelling. The Sagacious One'and I had held out for nearly two hours against our ten opponents', who wei;e in favor of an acquittal. I had lharangued our ad versaries at grsat length, but, in spite of my most persistent entreaties, was unable to induce my comrade to utter anything more tha-n a monosyllable. The result was disagreement. I se lected my friend as the only fit per son in the crowd to accompany me from the court to the nearest tea rooms. During the a troll, talk natur ally reverted to the "ease," and the ten mugs with whom we had been clo seted. "I think I put it plainly enough to them, eh?" I ventured. "Why, dam mit, ths evidence was clear enough, and the summing-up was all against the poor devil." "Oh, yes, you didn't do bad," he returned; "but I never take much notice o' the bloomm'...
TO THE FIRST FLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
TO THE FIRST FLY. . With : contradictory , feelings I sur \ vey Your form careering; gaily.■: round the room; , , For, as your advent heralds jbrighter. days, I have no .heart to send- you. to your doom. So, tor a space enjoy your, youthful hours, In Rag-time dance and whirling Tur key Trot; Sip up fiha nectar from, the marmalade And jam—there's.. raspberry and apricot. . But still I think my kindness is mis placed, So overjoyed am I at Summer's sign; I ought to seek • your life ere you decide - V ' ' - To take on partDBrs in the marriage line; For now a vision of hot, sweltering days. HiisBS before me all , to clear and plain,— When you, or wives, or great-great grandchild will : Tickle and' hide, agam and "yet again. . And I remember what I read last year. Of all the microbe pets you fondle eo; , To take them up for aeroplaning trips And drop them on our food just down below. And when I tried to sleep within the heat, My face was always your descend ing ground; So, came! I've chan...
Boy Accidentally Shoots His Aunt. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
Boy ilccidentally Shoots His Aunt. A sad shooting tragedy occur red at Lockhart on Monday last, when a young lad named Spiro Katsoulis son of Mr N. Katsoulis of that town, accidentally shot his aunt, Mrs Margaret Veneris, dead with a breech loading gun. It appears, from the evidence given at the inquest that John Veneris, husband of the deceased, had been out shooting rabbits and in his hurry in getting inside the house from the dust storm, had forgotten to take the cartridge out of the gun. The boy picked up the fire arm, and thinking it was not loaded, pointed it at the doorway and pulled the trigger. The gun went off, and his aunt, who was sitting near the door rose up at the .time, and received the full charge in her side. She fell to the floor an"d never spoke after wards. Dr Davies was immedi ately sent for, but medical aid was ■of no avail, as the unfortunate woman,had been killed instantly. Much sympathy is expressed for tlie relatives of the deceased. The late Mrs Veneris h...
Election Day Fixed. COUNTRY PARTY CANDIDATES. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
Election Day Fixed. COUNTRY/PARTY CANDI DATES. . SYDNEY. .'Wednesday'. Saturday^ December 6th, was to-day definitely fixed as-election day. Following the usual custom nominations will close on Novem ber 15.. . ; The foIlowing_candidates have been selected b'v the electorate Councils of the Country Party. Association — Albury, John Mc Eachern; Durham, HonvWalter Bennett; Raleigh, G. S. Briner, M.L.A. ' J" The following have been en dorsed by the C.P.A. Executive— Bega, F. Blank; Bingara," F. M. Gheesebrook: J Gloucester, David Cowan. . • The secretary of the association in a letter to the press, says the country-party is against both the present parties, and its candi dates, if elected, will.form a dis tinct -and independent group, pledged to fight for country'in terests before all else, and to use either party to advance the coun try party programme of decen tralisation and development.
A Grazier's Will. DECISION IN FAVOR OF WIDOW. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
A Grazier's Will. DECISION IN FAVOR OF WIDOW. SYDNEY, Wednesday. Irvthe Probate Court, Mr Jus tice Street delivered his reserved judgement on the suit, in which Ada Landers, willow, arid Peter Landers, grazier, at Coonan/ble, contested the husband's will. De ceased. bequeathed £1000 to his brothers and only £500 each to his wife and daughter. ' . - His Honor said that; according to the medical evidence Landers was a degenerate acloholic, and his belief that Mrs Landers; several times, attempted to poison him was a dglusion brought about by excessive drinking. He found in favor of Mrs Landers.
OAKLANDS CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
. OAKLA^DS CRICKET CLUB. A—commencement was made ..with cricket on Saturday last, when a scratch match was played between team chosen by Messrs Crisp and W. Muddle. Muddle's team batted first and made 46, the highest scores being Muddle 17 Rankin 14. Crisp's team then went in and rattled up 61, thus proving themselves victorious by 15 runs, The principal scores be ing J. -Trethowan 13, Ashton 11, H. Trethowan not out 9. A really good team could be formed which would make interesting sport for the summer months, and it is hoped that the cricket enthusiasts will bestir themselves ere the sea son is too advanced.
CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
CHAPTER XVII. Out of two hundred and forty-five letters Sibstone considered that about thirty only were suitable to his pur pose; when he came to interview them, even the .writers of these proved disappointing. Among them was the cheerful blighter who appears to have tried every profession and to have ex tracted a slowing testimonial out of each and nothing else. There was the . bluff, you-leave-it-to-me applicant, who would settle the affairs of his client .with guste of diplomatic wind; hut thiB kind of ne'er-do-well soon be came a less self-eufficlent person in the presence of SibBtone'e gloomy per sonality. Then there was the 'Varsity boy, who considered that he was con ferring a favor on Mr. SibBtone by applying for the post. There was that creature who is ever ready to tackle anything, with out reflection. He always answers cheerfully in the aflirma.Uve, even when asked to do impossible things; he backs up the affirmative by recapi tulating the still more impossible things he ...
CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
CHAPTER XVI. If you care to turn up the "Stand ard" of the 4th of April, under the heading of "Situations Vacant" you will read the following advertise ment:— "Required immediately, a person possessed of tact and adroitness, to undertake a confidential misBion; gentlemen not possessing the above qualifications in a marked degree should abstain from wasting time of Advertiser. Confidential agents, private detectives, clerks with port folios of testimonials need not ap ply to E.S., Box 332, Willings, 125 Strand." That was Sibstone'e advertisement;.. you will remarks the initials, E.S. There can be no doubt about its be ing the one Slbstone inserted. He received exactly two hundred and forty-five replies, and irrefutable proof exists that Messrs, Willings, becoming suspicious, opened one or two of the letters. Go to the office of Willings, in the. Strand, and ask the pleasant-spoken, little, grey-hair ed, grey-hearded man who officiates behind the counter if he remembers the occasion. ...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
GENERAL. NEWS. Derby tip—Radnor 1, Andelosia 2, Berragoon 3. Baron's" Crosska is regarded as a likely Cup winner in view of Duke Foot being scratched. Wagg'jf and Corowa show and race dates wi'l clash next year. Corowa suggested that Wagga was "climbing down,'' whereupon Wagga decided to keep to dates fixed. In the first stage of the Wil liamstown "King's," Mr J. Wise, Urana, shot 33, 32, and 34 at 300, 500 and GjjOyds.; totals 99. Lead ing score is 102; -y Messrs A. L. Horniman and R. W. Alston figure in first, day's prizes- ' -■ The River Euphrates, 1100 miles long, in Western Asia, has been diverted to a new course. A Talbot motor-car at Brook-' lands travelled 110 miles'inside the hdur. "'1 Reece and Grey are to play, 18,000 up for £100 aside. , v^'; . Reece and.Stevensbn are play ing a closely contested -game, 18,000 up, Stevenson conceding 1000. Scores, Reece 11^830; Stey* enson 11,697. Sea Prince is favorite for the Cup at half double figures. .Har pist. Uncle Sam, Cagou, Rad...
THE FALSEHOOD OF FLIRTATION [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
THE FALSEHOOD OF FLIRTATION In support of his contentlon-that wo-. wrltoi"rf„ -M U'utl,'ful than nion, a 1m.? A iMunsoys Magazine" de ?„i. ?3i ? extent to which flirtation J. !! ln by American women: io tho Amorican women flirtation is I-as innocent a sport as tenuis, dancing „Thoro 's only th 1b great I iliffui c&lt;ico—that, whereas dancing, )Lf c\B/:rrl'!d K,itatl"K nru hcall-h>' forms rhm , for mu,Bcll!a »nd sinews, luitiitiou 1b a moudztalous i^ama with tlip hnli / i° a woimiu should he , ,, il0"est and noblest. ■ i.-i.i yo'i"l; Y°-Mn considers it her his hX s,mill»G'y sanctions this right—to give to men, with glan amllcs mul a Ihousaud coquettish t e/r 1'"to''keep0''B tl:at shc doC3 not lu ll m,'!° if" C,,",'s "° lmrm with ,!or fllrta- &lt; „ 'V'.w ,a"luses lior and flatters i fn.? nCUf icu' S1|o-does not caro in iletlmv n tliU Sho runi! tho rls]c Df milictint, endless cruoity upon tho 7"JlJ0 ta!»c ll0r Eame tor earnest, l onco ^ witnessed the tragic result ...
BALDNESS CURED BY FREEZING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
BALDNESS CURED BY FREEZING. Can baldness bo cured by cold at mospheric treatment? This Is a ques-1 Hon that haB been occupying the at tention of scientists'. . ; Sir Ernest -Shackleton, tho explorer,! laid streaB upon the fact that many of the men' in Ills expedition before their sojourn In the Antarctic regions were remarkable for tho thinness of their locks. They- had baroly been- a week in the froezn South, however, than their hair began to grow, nnd when they returned- fiom their expedition all had hair remt* 'kable for it& thick ness and luxuriance. It has been remarked also that nearly all the mon who work the great er part of tho day In cold-storage rooms liavo good heads of hair. The laws of Nature would seem to emphasise the fact that cold Is fav orable to the growth of hair. Take tho case of the animals. In no coun tries of the world iB their fur 60 thick and luxuriant as in the frozen Arctic regions. By a special dispensation of Providence the animal dwellers ther...
Small Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
Small Acfcldont. '' The toll bridge was rotten, ''and a woman fell through a hole'in it :and" was drowned.' Herlndignant' towns*' people held a masB meeting, :andr' in1 responso to their resolution o£ pro* test the company wrote:-^ "Gentlemen,—rYoiir,resolution. oboUt' our bridge has been duly received. It will be laid "before the'board at our an* nual meeting eleven' months 'Hetaco;' lB.: the meanwhile, to prevent, if possible^ a recurrence of the .Bmall'.accident to which said resolution refers^ would It not be better if you all used the com* pany's other bridge, three miles to the north of the town? .The water there Is scarcely deep enough to drown a man of full height."' "Father," inquired .the little 'braln-i twister of .the family, "when will.our. little baby brother be .able "to talk?!'.' "Oh, when he's about three, Mafy," "What can't he talk now, father?" "Ho is only a baby''- yet,-1 Mary.' Babies oan't talk."' "Oh, yes, they' can,..father,''! insisted: Mary, "for Job could ...
Poor Papoosel [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
Poor PapooEot Tho afternoon had been . drow8y>. and tho children, likewise; but. now they showed some signs of waking up." The lesson waB on tho habits and1 cub toms of! the noble Red Indian, and Red Indians have an .irresistible faseina'' tlon for youngsters. "What 1b the name given to a Red' Indian woman?" queried tho tcacher of brilliant Tommy Tdtakins. "A squaw, ma'am,"- answered Tom*' ..my. "And what is a Red Indian .baby1 called?" Tommy, hesitated. &lt;■ "Oh, a Red Indian, baby I" he.BtticL "Yes, a Red Indian baby is a—Is A squawkerl'"
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
PERSONAL. Mr R. M. Hardie, of Oaklands, is at present an inmate of the Urana Hospital. Mr H. E. Horsburgh is managing for Mr Hardie while the latter gentleman is on the sick list. A hawiy event is expected shortly m thn Hussian Koyal family, and the riomanoffs are praying that the new tin Id limy be a son. The Czarevitch is suffering from a'i incir.ibb illness, and the Czar himself is sitid to becoming more and more subject to fits of melan cholia. , i >
Buried in Sand. TRAGIC DEATH OF A SCHOOL TEACHER AND CHILD. WIFE'S ALL NIGHT SEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 31 October 1913
Buried in Sand. TRAGIC DEATH OF A SCHOOL TEACHER AND CHILD. &nbsp; WIFE'S ALL NIGHT SEARCH. On Friday night at Kensington an acci- dent occurred that cast quite a gloom over the locality, when Mr Arthur Hubert Ratten and a girl 13 years of age, named Verlie Jackson, ware buried in a sand pit. Mr Ratten is well-known in the Urana and Oaklands distinct, as a former teacher at Nowranie school. He- married Miss Nellie Ward, daughter of the late Mr Geo. and Mrs Ward, of Oaklands. From Oak- lands Mr and Mrs Ratten were transferred to Cessnock, in the Newcastle district, and about 20 months ago Mr Ratten was trans- ferred to the Gardener's Road School, near Mascot. Mr and Mrs Ratten took up their in Mascot, but about 12 months ago, when Todman's Estate in the vicinity of Victoria Park, was opened they invested in one of the handsome residences. Since then Mr Ratten has been in the habit of walking across the hill to school, as a matter of exer- cise, seeing it meant a brisk walk of...
CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
CHAPTER XIX. John Cott bad the experience, of meeting the Honorable Misses Wer uetij at the Academy. ■ Mr. Cott, K.G., ponsiacred it'invebted time to go to i che Academy. All the best people in I I society wert prospective cliento. It j was merely canny conduct to go I among them. Society demands that' its vctavlas shall have plenty of the i imall change of conversation iu each menial pocket; and, as the theatre | generally l;c.red Cott, he looked to the Academy, the "Spectator" and the game of golf to provide Jim with en tertainment for his dinner partners. ■Moreover, a visit to the Academy had compensations; he could study almost every type of human nature which old-time Adam and Eve of memory ;reen have outspanned upon this vorld. Also he loveS the stormy, reen sea pictures, the mountainous tndscapes, with Bunsets gleaming &lt;m>n rugged slopes and peaks. ■i'ne Honorable Misses Werneth, how ever, did not figure upon liis cata logue of compensations. Neverthe less. as t...