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A BERRIGAN TRAGEDY ATTACKED WITH A TOMAHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
A BERRIGAN TRAGEDY ATTACKED WITH' A TOMAHAWK. A man whose identity is . not known; attacked ii liiinilv ;vl IJerrigan oil; binulay :>vit!i a tomahawk-Hud: injured three per sons. 'ihe iliousa w.is aflenvaids dis covered to be 111 flames. Mow the trouble ; arose has not been disclosed, - hut' according to particulars the police have been able to galher;'an argument is-said to have taken place ohortlv"after 10- oclock UusMitoruing;: at the somewhat isolated homestead ol bandv- Cowel!,. between the occupant and the mail- who- afterwards used the axe'. The lirst intimation that anytnmg -was wrong: was noceived ■ when Cowell •was : heard1 'calling-for assistance. His slaughterIvato, i rushed tout on ,to the. verandah.' and- states that slier saw a: man attacking her . father, with a toma hawk. . When she rail.over and in:ide an. '.attempt-to-'drag the assailant awav sho was herself attacked, the man hit ting her • several times ' with the axe/. :and . rendering! her : unconscious.' . ...
HOW THE RACE WAS WON. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
IIOW THE RACK WAS WON. ' When the barrier was lowered Lime light was on the rails, then coming Aurifer, Crosska, Belove, Cagou, anil Embracer. In the middle were llad nor, Effervescence/ Golden Shore, and Posinatus, while oil the 'extreme'" out side came Harpist and Sea Prince; It was'a gco dstait. The quickest lo get going, were Belove, Limelight, Cross ka, Cagou and Aurifer. ■ As they settled down and entered the straight Posi natus ran to the front from Aurifer, Em bracer, Belove, Sea Prince, Limelight, Ulva's Isle and Gladwyn. - . . Passing the stand Posinatus was still i'ust in front of Gladwyn, Sea , Prince," ielove," limbrAccr,. lira's. Isle, Boragoon 'Cagou,. i Sir ;rVive^ ' Aurifer, Unclb Sam, Crosska, jUomitaui Princess, and Was sail, whil~ Limelight bad dropped back last. • Bowling along in. front. Posinatus. led, the field .cut of tlie straight, his' near-' est attendants being/Belciviy Ulva's ilsje Cagou, Aurifer and ;Golden Shore, wlio was moving iyi .fust. -,Sea.., Pr...
WHY BERAGOON WAS BEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
"WHY IiERACrUON \\ \S llEuCN The jockeys woro as much surprised as" was .the 'public.' "It was .;sft>w going,'- - said M'Lachlanj Beragoon's rid er, "tpo slow foi' .Beragoon. Tlioi horse had a-clear' good run,- -but the ,-going from start-to' imish was dull and' .heavy 4 Beragoon is not goo;l enough 111 these conditions^.- ■> Thera -was littla bumping, because of the slowness, allowing tho, slow hacks to";keep with the good ones." • Killorn, who -,rod&.. .Sgji - • Princes-said the horse had. every chance, bntscwiis not good, enough. '"Ho went.Avell'"and cleanly,s; but Posinatus was too ' good. The boys generally say the race ^vaa clean ,slow and difficult." ■!... - ■
OTHER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
OTHER RACES ENCOURAGE STAKES, i 5 - furlollga. Mount Mostyn, 7.10 (W. Manning) 1 il.iyslon, 7 10 2 Bay Malt, 7.10 3 Betting: Evens Bny Malt, 4-- to 1 Mount. Mostyn, 10 to 1 others. : Won by half a length/ a; similar dis tance between second land [-third. Time, 1.-1. " •RAILWAY 1-IIGHWElGHT HANDI . CAP. 6 furlongs. North Woodleigli; 11.7 (Kelly)-;. .1 Poetical, 8.0■-... . . ;. .. .v i. .-. 2 Mala, 10.4 .. , 3 Betting: 5 to 1 Kwasiud, (i -. to 1 Field. General and Carnell, 7 to 1. Noo gilla and Macduff, 10 to 1 North Wood leu*h Won by a length, with three lengths; between second and third. Time, 1.171 -CVP HURDLE RACE. 2 miles. Bullflwarra, -12.7A (M'Gregor) .... 1 .Kong's Ransom, 9.S i . ' . ; ; . 2 The Majestic Nut, 11.10 3 Betting, fi to 4 v. Bullawarra, 4 to 1 I-lyi'O and The Majestic Nut, G to 1 Common King, 7 to 1 Marton. : '-Won-by-a neck;-i-with four lengths between secondhand third.-Time, 3.4S1. . CUP STBRPIiRCHASE. !Aboufc; 2 ' > •- miles. ■ Duloe,- .11:0- (Hawkins) .. .....
PERSONAL. Savs the Wagga "Express"— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
PERSONAL isavs the Waijgii "Express" Senior-Sergeant Dixon, ,01 junee, will leave to take up his new duties at Hay, we " understand, on the 15th inst, Tlio appointment of a successor to Sergeant Dixon at'Junee is likely to be completed in a day or two. The promotion to senior-sergeant at Junee was> we believe, this week of fered to Sergeant Hynes,; of Urana, who lias signified his : willltngness to accept. Previous to taking, the charge of Urana, Sergeant Hynes was sta tioned at Narandera, and for the last seven years'he . has held Urana, the centre of a large police district. Dur ing that time he has gained the full confidence and high admiration of town and district residents, and his departure from Urana will be much regretted. Mrs. Hynes has been very" unwell for several weeks past, and intends to take a trip to the seaside in a few days' time. / On lier return1 to Riverina,' no - doubt,, she will' find her new home established at Junee, Miss Hynes-is an accomplished plan-, i...
THE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
THE CUP. ■ Posinatus won the Melbourne Clip almost from end to end. They had only travelled 100 yards when the pressmen "calling",; the race exclaimed;' '.'Posinntus goes to the. front." • Pas* the stand the field swept away bun ched, with Slianahan looking unuer his arm at Sea Prince, who was almost nulling his jockey out of ,tlie. saddlo.. Posinatus kept the field in check along the river side but he stretcheB out again when going down along the back stretch. Down past the, abattoirs the crowd; began", to roar, ' "Sea -Prince on his own," for Killorn had made a move on that horse^.and he was almost up along side Posinatus. Slianahan, however, was sitting down on his horse, "and; when the field swept round into tho straight, he sffll had his head in- front and was hugging the rail like a leacli Just below the distance Killorn pulled his flail out oh Sea Prince, and momen tarily the horse responded, lie ranged up, alongside Posinatus who was being desperately ridden by Slianahan wit...
MELBOURNE CUP. Two miles. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
MELBOURNE CUP. ' Txvi) miles: ■' POSINATUS—,T. Chamber's b g, by . • Konimatus—Wbakatika,. 5yr., in cluding 101b penalty, 7st 101b: (.A. Shanahan) .. .. 1 BlvLOVE—B. Allen's b m, by Uaut ltrion—Adoration; 5yr.,- list. 131b, - (J. Townsend ) .'. .. 2 TftVA'saSLB—A; G. AVhite's br c, by, I'ositaiio—Lord Ullin's .Daughtpr,.. Syr., fist. 71b (W. Callinan) .. .. a StiA: PRINCE—E. A, Connolly's cli " by Persimmon—Sea Ayr; 6yr, 7st olb. (J. Killorn) ....,■. , Otheri Starters.—Aurifor i9.2. inc.. 101b; penalty, Cagoii, 8.13, inc. 1C11) pen.. Uncle- Sam. 8.7, Harpist 8.7 inc. lib over, Mountain Princesss 8.1, Wiissarl 7.12, Sanskrit 7.9, .-Radnor - 7.8, : Embra cer 7.8, Beragoon: 7:8, inc.- 2lb over, Limelight 7.D, :inc. 101b.. pen.,..Crosska 7.4, inc. 711). penalty, Gladwyn 7.0.-Sir •Vive.. 0.12,'. Golden Shore .. 0.10, . EfTer-. vescencc 0.7. ■ ■ ' — ■ Betting : 3 to 1 against Beragoon, 7 to 2 SiCvt I'rincq, 'J to ,2 CVfticnf, 0 to 1 Uncle Sam, 12 to 1 Ulva's Isle or Har ■pist, 20 to 1 Bel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
T. Q&air&n S& Co.5 STOCK, STATION AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Local Agent for FORD MOTOR CARS. (RICKARDS BROS. & STUTT, Bendieo) We aw also Agents lor the STANDARD FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY, «nd trite risks on Standing Crops, Live Stock, Household Furniture and Effects. fx T. QUINN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, Sc., URANA. Auctioneer, Stock, Station & general Commission Agent, URANA. □□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□a AGE MODES : JAS. BELL AND CO., Wheat Bayers. ■El Bfn &lt;*« m .*U - i .| L' _ GUMMING, SMITH AND CO., Sickle Brand Manures. AUSTRALIAN STATION SUPPLIES COY., !!, !•.• i . . - . 1 l | • Interchangeable Steel Brands for Horses and Cattle. !/•; i Earmark Pliers for Sheep and Cattle. RET: .T'r—; COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY. R'PIERII, TUB & CO. SHEEP, CATTLE AND I PROPERTY SALESMEN, YAHHAWONUA. i. A. Tiim. Clire il'Pherson. 430 Collin6-street, Melbourne, [R. E. Young.] Corowa & Oalilands, N.S.W.. LAND AND CLEARING...
SENSATIONAL ARRESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
■ SENSATIONAL- ARRESTS,. . 'The'police made sensational raids oiii the offices ot throe well known spoiling, men. today, and effected nine , arrests. :Tbo-vo0foes raided -.were.-Sol.. Green/Biur. ney 'Alien and Thomas Arufield. "AII* .Hiero.. .arrested with c their? clerks and; taken to the police station with a kirge' quantity of papers and other documents, which*- were - seized . by police. The men were charged;'with offences under the Anti-Gaming Act. Althijuglr-the raids were made simultaneously they were distinct. The whole ,of the ac cused were admitted to. bail 'during the afternoon.
HARVESTING HINTS. THREE USEFUL DEVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913
HARVESTING HINTS. THREE USEFUL DEVICES/ ! :\VherO the. crops are tall (and.that is a condition .that, applies to some; ciis;. tricts this year, especially with the early crops), the farmer- will lind .it well: to attacli the front roller of the..stopper,, .fixing it so that the heads/will bb,i:benlt. •low enough for the., fingers to. catch them,.'..without, taking '• in superfluous' straw/; ' If set''tpoviow/s-soine'i'ot.i /.the. heads will' pass underneath1' tho-fingers, and he untlireshed and;Mvasled, \;Thc final .adjustment of "this roller will re quire to he made after'a short run in tho standing crop. If sueh.'a roller cannot be -fixed, _a -similar result can he obtained by rafsin"g>-thc_body of . tlie machine,, by bolting blocks 'of "wood the requisite: .thickness between the axle land the: frame- of tliCybox", and by mak ing .obvious"- alterations to -.the connec tions between 'the winding .gear and -the body of the machine. • ' .WHEN' STRAW- IS PU'LIiliD UP ; It sometimes...