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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

Loral Option- Pollg t SI 3 TO EILECTOMS. VOTE Vote that the Number of Licenses existing in tlie Electorate continue X Vote that the Number of Licenses existing in the Electorate be reduced I Vote that No Licenses be granted in the ■Electorate X N.B.—THE THIRD RESOLUTION rneans that ALL I EXISTING LICENSES in the Electorate WILL BE CANCELLED. i VOTE in the TOP SPARE fop CONTINUANCE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION.! UBA'NA. aciBOBnnanOHnEsnEDnaHa Mrs M. J.Traeey, PROPRIETRESS IN THANKING tha Public for past Sup port, solicits a Continuance of the Patronage for the future. ONLY: THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES AND SPIRITS KEPT. Commodious Stabling and Attendant. Booking Office for Oaklarids-Daysdale-Corowa, and Mucra Coaches. Arrangements can bo made with Mr, S. Montgomery for Hiring ot Vehicles.. CAB MEETS ALL TRAINS. □ ■aBnBnBDnnaaaoBnannanDaasnQnnnnnBDnoBonnnDBDBnBPrfi" I OAKLANDS - HOTEL j □ O | . L« :AieKander9 s n; * □ □ WHILST thanking the public for their past patronage, desires to □ . ■ out t...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VIXEN. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

THE VIXEM, S . By I^EWIN FITZHAMON. 1 Published by Arrangement with T;- Ward, Look & Co., Melbourne. All Rights'Reserved. CHAPTER XVIII. ; 'Mr. Robinson" left Ernest Sib stone's office with a feeling of exul tation. It was a middle-class revenge he was lending himself to. It was no excuse that he had suffered at Dainty Dresden's hands; that is, if he still posed to himself as a gentleman. But gentle feelings had been knocked out of Mn Robinson. Dainty had lavish ed tenderness while he had lavished money. When money grew tighter, Dainty grew fretful. At the finish he brought her his last three hundred and . fifty pounds (a curious coinci dence about the sum!). Could he not remember that foggy, murky night i when he had voluntarily parted with all he had in the world? His utter numbness and helplessness when he walked out of that cosy, yellow draw ing-room into the moist, brown par ticles of fog? He had softly shut the hall^door upon himself, and at the same time had shut hims...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

IT STRENGTHENED MY THROAT. "I l>nd ii wonU thro'it," writos Mr. 0. V. H. SttUord, 10 Banbury Street, Foot scniy, Vio. "Tlio slightest oliimgo in tho weather would affect it, mid I would Imvo to no liomo from work foelintr fit fur nothing. Mpniator swears by Clianibor lain's Oou^h Remedy, so I thought I would try it. I did ho, und cnn honostly say it liiis worked wonders, for my throat ia now qulto strong." Sold ovarywhoro,

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO BIG RESERVOIRS. A COMPARISON. BURRINJUCK WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

TWO BIG: RESERVOIRS. A COMPARISON. BURRINJUCK WEIR; • Height of Ayal),.232 feet.; •Maximum ^thickness, 103 tout. Tliickncss at1 crust,. 18 fecti 7S2 "t'uet across at crest., > C;atehmentarea' 5000.square miles., Capacity when-; full;- 33,bl3,000,000 cubic feet, or 219.500.000.000 gallons. The water is' bacltcd up the. )Mui ri'nibidgee'Illvoi \ |.1i}ileB> up ihe Goodraglgbeb nivcr 15 nitlcs, anil up tlWVass River 15 miles. . from the dam to Berembe<l':w.oli, a diBluuco.ot 220>mllos, tlio .wator«,taHe» its natural course,, and Is divided in to channels ;<it; Uerembed lo the irri gation area. ,

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAYSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

DAYSDALE. TKe annual school picnic was held on the local sports ground on Wednesday, 29th .October, and was largely attended. The school teacher, Mr McDonald, carried out the function in a very satisfactory manner. He was ably assisted by Messrs Murray, Hall, and others. A concert and dance was held in the evening. Mr R. T. Ball, the member for Corowa, paid a visit to this district on Saturday, and delivered an ad dress in the public hall. The chair was occupied by Mr G. T. Godber. The candidate spoke for about an hour and a half, and vigorously attacked the Labor policy. At the conclusion of his address a vote of confidence in the candidate was movod by Mr J. A. Moore, seconded by Mr. T. Norman, and carried. We are having a cold snap at present, and farmers generally would like to see a little warm weather. The harvest prospects are excellent. From several parts of New South Wales reports of damage by bush fires have been received. The Rutherglen show committee were charged £1/16/6...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSOUAN WEIR, IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

A 8S0UAN'\VEIR-, IN EGYPT. As : a comparison'/.,with ■,Assouan Dam, on the Nile Kivor, lnjEgi:pt',.lho appended information concerning"the latter Is very lnterestinglrr llclfiht ot wall/.lSO feet.; Maximum thlcltnesB, 98 feet. ' ThicUnoss at crest,>23 fedt. 2150 yards across at crest; '; . * •' The capacity, wlicn the5 welris Cull, j in 'J34,OflO,000,dflO-gallons., jTliero are l.sO glulco gates, rogulatlhg the*flow of the water, and .tlios late Sir: John, j Aird was the builder, ' s

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Home, Sweet Home, With Variations." [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

"Home, Sweet Home, With Variations." On Wednesday night next, 12th November, the Jerilderie Dram atic and Comedy Co. are to enter tain the residents of Urana and district with a three act farcical comedy, entitled "Home, Sweet Home, with Variations." The play is distinctly refined and mirth provoking. Its total absence from the ridiculous has made it one of the greatest successes yet staged. The descriptive notes of the com edy are decidedly good, and show that during Mr Brayshaw's ab sence abroad, his butler, William Dott, decides to make a little cash on his own account by letting his master's house for two months. David Brinklow, with his daugh ter Marjory, takes the house, thinking that by so doing he will make the acquaintance of his brother-in-law (Mr Brayshaw), whom he has never seen, and thus find sufficient favor to be remem bered in his will- In the mean time, Mr Brayshaw, who has been staying in Paris, unwittingly be comes a member of a secret so ciety of anarchists, and ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

Cricket. A scratch match was played on the Urana ground on Saturday afternoon, between teams repre senting the married and single men of the local club. The single men batted first, and knocked up 77; the benedicts put together 83, thus proving victorious by 6 runs. Scores:— SINGLK Pillinger, c and b Kohne ... 5 McColough, c Davies, c Mott 5 Davies, c Willis, b Newman 20 Angove, b Kuschert ... 0 Butts, c Davies, b Kohne ... 15 Mathieson, c Kuschert, b Mott 3 Dunstan, run out ... ... 1 Caldwell, b Newman ... 16 Herriott, not out ... .•> 5 Sundries ... 7 Total ... ... 77 MARRIED. Kuschert, c Butts, b Caldwell 6 Willis, b Caldwell ... 0 Warren ,c Mathieson. b Angove 16 Kohne, b Davies ... ... 8 Fuller, b Davies ... , -3. Newman, run out ... 1 Kinsella, b Davies ... ..."' 27 Mott, run out •••■<. ••• ll Bruce, c Mathieson, b Angove 0 Sullivan, not out ... ... 3 Sundries ... ... 8 Total 83

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AFTER MANY YEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

AFTER MANY YEARS I We .well'-remember-;the elforts put forth by Mr. Caspors a tow .'years ago to secure tho education oL LCllu, and to-send her. to lilngland. At. that time Mr. Caspers---principally devoted Ins attention, to piano tuning. He- was ot -iia inventive turn of mind, and in vented a giis --lighting apparatus, in -connection with, which Kerosene, was to bo used..--,. He also conceived the idea of- working, machinery by means -of ,thiB » gas? but i he- was a» lew-years ahead of the times,- and could; not do "now not'only has JIl^^flH^nifide-fier naifie in England, but -alKo Miss Ag-. nes (violinist), and there is- every •prospect ioi )'bi*ead cast upon the waters" liiriiing up 111 his old days! i The following is; troni-tlie "Sua":— To an Australian belongs the dis tinction oC lii'iiig amongst lliu jnoncc.rs of the principle.of, utilismt; oil; instead of coal for .'shipping purposes, Twcniy four y-ears ago,. Mr. Oaspors, ol Ooui i: burn; (father otrMiss Ella Caspers, the i ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
List of Linen. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

List of Linen. Following is a list of the linen received At tho linen to*, held recently In aid of the Urana Hospital:—Mrs Jacob Freund, 3 pillowslips, 2 towels; Mrs Brouff, 2 pil lowslips; Mary Jeffrey, 6 tea towels; Mrs Leseborg, 4 pillowslips; Miss Lo Nevcu, 3 towels ; Mrs McOnsh, 10yds sheeting; Mrs Bruce, Cyds pillowHllp calico ; Mrs Walker, 16yds fKnnoIotto ; MiS3 Laird, 2 towels; Mr Keane, £1 Is; Mrs Tumor (Lockhart), 6s; Mrs Mucktiight, 4 linon slioots; Mrs M. Wiso, 6yds calico; Misses Johnston, doaen pillowslips; Mrs lYates, 3 towels; Mi:;s Curnmins, 2 towels; Mrs Rudd, 6 tea-towols. Mrs 0. McCullonh, 10s Gd; Mrs Hobbes, 6 towels; MrsHon^ derson, 2 pillowslips; Mrs H. Burmeister 2 pillowslips; Mrs Whitehead, 2 pilloiyti, 2 shoots, tray cloth; Miss Pepper, 6yds calico; Miss V. Hyncs, 5Jyds sheeting; Mrs Homiman, 6 pillowslips, 2 towels; Mrs Winn, gipsy tablo cover; Mrs Tracoy 12yds calico, 6 towels; Mr J. Warren, 4 pillowslips; Miss Culley, 6 serviettes, 1 sheet; Mrs Widdup,...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A POSTAL FAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

A POSTAL FAD. , The Postal Department lias decided to introduce the system ot sending produce by post. . The rates proposed are no follows: — For fruit (frcsli or dried) and vegetables, wines, cider, aud perry, the produce of j the Commonwealth : Up to 25 miles, I 4d for 301b; 2(i to 101 miles, Gd; 102 to 250 miles, 8d ; 251 to 300 miles, lOd ; 301 to 400 miles, Is. Kov honey, butter, eggs, cream, cheese, hnm, and bacon: up to 25 miles, 4d; 20 to 50 miles, (id; 51 miles to 101 miles, Sd; 102 to 150 miles, 10d!, 151 to 250 miles, Is; 251 to 300 miles, Is 3d; 301 to 100 miles, Is tid. JubI fancy sending eggs 400 miles by post. We presume they will have to ho carefully packed, but imagine smashed eggs and a nice suit of clothes in the same bag. Cream would carry well, but when it arrived at the other end the customer would be inclined to send it back, contending that butter was not ordered. Then butter, if posted from the city to the Riverina in tno summer, might be mistaken by the rec...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

Personal. The many friends of Mrs Hynes, wife of our popular sergeant of police, will regret to learn that she has been very unwell for several weeks past. Her daughtei, Miss Kathleen, who has been in train ing at St. Vincent's Hospital in Sydney, has been allowed leave of absence until the end of this year to attend her mother, and Mrs Anstey, of Adelaide, sister of Mrs Hynes, has also been in attendance upon her for a few weeks past. We are now pleased to hear that Mrs Hynes is much improved, and well enough to undertake a trip to the seaside in a few days' time—a pleasure she has always denied herself. We understand that early promotion is likely to come to Ser geant Hynes. He has been offered, and has signified his willingness to accept, the charge of the Junee police district, which will carry with it the rank of senior-sergeant

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AN IMPORTANT LAND CASE QUESTION OF RESIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

AN IMPORTANT LAND CASE QUESTION OK JtUSlDliNOIi. A decision... was given in the l'ull .Court oil - Friday last by l.lioif Justices, 'thb ;Cliicf .lustico, Mri- .1 uslice Pring.' and Mr.' Justice Ferguson). . Uo Minister for Umds (appellant', W. P. Barko/^ and .1, -Darker (ros.(>o»dents.). ;Ticservod judgment-was deliver I on •the*special ease submitted by (lie-'Lund Appeal Court, at Ihe Instance ; of tin; .Minister for Lands, for the delcrmination "of thoiSuprcino.Co'ut. : Tin- j-espondoidti AVilliam Pitt Barker'and John Marker." of H;S)12-acres 'in'-Now South Wales, and the Land Board at Albury liad giunle.l an) appliaction for an exemption from residence,- on certain conditional pur chases.. 1 The -Minister for. Lands ' xv fdrredf the ; inalter to the. Land Appeal Court,'; which, on "May 8' last, dismissed tho reference and uidield. the decision of the-Land Hoard. The questions for ■decision werc~(l) > ls the transferee of ii conditional. lease who lias converted the same in...

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F. & S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

F. & S. Association. A meeting of the Oaldands branch of the F. & S. Association was held on Saturday night. Mr H. P. Gaffney (president) occupied the chair. Messrs Gaffney, Kilpatrick, and McLellan were appointed dele gates to attend the conference. It was resolved that further ef forts be made to have the police station and court house proceeded with. It was decided to in future hold meetings in the School of Arts.

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GATHERING THE HARVEST. FARMERS COMBINE TO MEET LABOR TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

GATHERING THE HARVEST. FARMERS; COMBINE TO MEET LABOR TROUBLES. The Jerilderie Branch F.S.A.at Inst .meeting discussed the matter of mutu ally.assistihg encli other in . the eventof the ft.W.U. attempting to call out the harvest, hands: Some definite: action will be taken should trouble arise. A , telegram from ;.Tullamoro says It is/reported that' trouble has arisen on Burraj af): theharvester ' lmnds have struck for higher7 pay, according to log '.wages. . Tlie matter: is not yet yet settled. Trouble at" Iandra.—-The members of the K.W.li. intend to net in concert throughontithe State in the endonvor to force farmers tc submit to their claims iB proved by their refusal to work in the harvest field--at different centres* unless they are paid in accordance with the log prepared for that class of labor, and which was recently published in these columns. Word now comes from landra Station, 'near Young,: that the men there'made * a- demand. for payment on ■the ecalo fix'ed by^the'Union...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

Death, It is our regrettable task to chronicle the passing away of Mrs Jean Mclsaac, a pioneer of the Urangeline district, who, after an illness of two months, died at her residence, "Kyntire," Urange line, last week, at the age of 78 years. Born in Argyleshire, Scot land, on April 8th, 1835, deceased came to Australia with her parents at an early age, arid was married in 1857 to Mr John Mclsaac, who predeceased her by ten years. She was the youngest daughter of Mr Duncan McNeil, and leaves a family of five sons and two daugh ters, including Messrs Archibald Mclssaac, of Urangeline; John J Mclsaac, of Gulargambone (who was prevented from attending the I funeral through illness in his own I family); William Mclsaac, of Uran geline; Donald Mclsaac, of Os borne; Robert Mclsaac, of Yerong Creek; Mrs A. I. Crawford, of Urangeline; and Miss Marion Mc lsaac, of Urangeline. Mrs A. Crawford, of "Argyle," Urange line, is a sister of deceased, and the late Mrs A. Wilson, of Lossit Park, Boree ...

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ALLEGED LIBEL [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

ALLEGED LIBEL - ■ The 13;itli\irit Timus; i\'e>.vs|.ni>er Coin -putiy/ ' has . received tin1. . |wiil in connection' with Hit; .I-IOOI) cl-imuil foi alloyed' Jilieli liy tiic Minister fori Works, Mr. Griffith.' ■

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CANADIAN DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

CANADIAN DEVELOPMENT The Canadian harvest, is believed to be the best on record, the anticipation being that a three hundred million bushel crop will bernached. Mr. A. W. Pearae, who travelled, through the Dominion after attending the Inter national Congress on Refrigeration at Chicago, speaks enthusiastically of the appearance of the country; and he was very much impressed by the manner in which railway communications are being developed there. The Canadian-Pacific Railway is spending £20,000,000 on duplications and improvements, he says, and a vast army of men are employed. Mr. Pearsc considers that Canada is wise in having kept clear of a State-owned railway, monopoly. Nothing,, in his opinion, stagnates a country more tljan that. People will not come to a country where railway facilities are bad.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

o IN SELLING is EFFICIENT. PROMPT AHo CAREFUL HANDLING, 8ACKE0 UP. By LONG EXPERIENCE. TRY THAT OLD-ESTABLISHED FIRM h> SyDNEYc FAT• STOCK SALESMEN, STOCK &STATI0H AGENTS, Regular Sales of Sheepskins, JWes. TalfoW, PurSkiftS, Bark, Grain Uc. Sic. 'o^xXsoBe ^r<7^-"TnoonT; lllllllllfHMIllllilllllllllll Heame9s BmoeMtls Core Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid : healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma', Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the chesftj' experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject , to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete; cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat' and. giving , Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Afthjma lo become chronic nor Consumption to develop. ; Consumption iis'ri'ot 1 known where **Coughs" have, on their first appearanqe. | been :. properly treated with this medicin...

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LAST WEEK'S WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

LAST WEEK'S WEATHER Now South Wales weather 'condi tions during the week ending Friday, October yotli:— . ' : , During the week just elided .'coin'-. Dined mousoonal mill Antarctic inllu ences operated over till ,>!>uUi-easiern States, and produced soule very, bono-, licial showers.. New South \\ ales w-us especially benefitted., the: amounts re ceived being light to moderate practi cally throughout, and:• in sonioi cases good hea vy. uuaJUUIesK.^ere-.ricordod. important l'alls.were iSxpenenced over the -wheat belt . and'.\muuy (places which tor some time prior to the visi tation o£ these conditions had been suffering "from the absence :oli ram were considerably .relieved.- As a proof ot this, some ot the best totals occurred, .in.the/ western, aiid central arc-as. The., chief amounts recorded during the weeit were;—-vveiuworui 398 points, Pooncraie 197, Wllcanuiu 11)1, Boomi 100, Boggabella 119, AVce Waa 321, Berrigan ; ,2GC, Jloulameiu 3-19, Maude .120, Coonahibbleb 135, Gil...

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