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SHANAHAN'S STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 7 November 1913

SHANAHAN'S STORY The boys were dusty and excited in their room after the Cup. Shanahan, who won last year on Piastre, was cheered as he walked jauntily. "We got well away," he said, "and led from start to finish. I thought       Killorn had me at the turn. I could could not hold him, and in the first     mile he nearly pulled my arms out.   If I had pulled him about I would have settled him quickly. He was go-   ing nicely to well into the straight, and still pulling hard."       Shanahan has been among horses for ten years and riding for four years. He describes Posinatus as a good, fast horse.  

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

ACCIDENT. A serious accident happened on Monday to Willie Thomas, son of Mr A. W. Thomas, of Oaklands. The boy, in company with some others, was bird-nesting, and fell from the top of a shed. He was taken to the Urana Hospital in Mr C. L. Gell's motor car, and was treated by Dr Macltnight. He was found to be suffering a broken arm, slight concussion of the brain, and injuries to his head and body. The little shap is getting on as well as can be expected.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A RAND STRIKE. What It Would Really Mean. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

RAND 8TRIKE. What : It Would Really Mean. When it is considered that last year the Rand produced- more than one third of the world's total sold supply, the seriousness o£ the recent trouble in oSuth Africa can be more fully appreciated. To a very large extent the solvency of South Africa depends upon the mining industry, and last year it is estimated that the precious metal formed no less than two-thirds of the total exports from the Union. Gold to the value of £38,800,000 was produced, and out of this sum £8,000,000 was paid to the sharehold ers in dividends, and a similar am ount to the white workers- employed in the industry, who number 25,000. In addition, the industry finds employ ment for no fewer than 200,000 na tives. It is Interesting to' note, by the way, that in 1885, when the Witwaters rand reef was discovered, the year's output of gold was just over £6000. The Government draws a consider able revenue from the mines in the 'shape of the profit tax, which makes it; in eff...

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 — 14 November 1913

GENERAL NEWS. S'rThe Irrigation settlement at Werrl beo was this week visited by the members of the Water Supply Com mission, and good progress was noted. Mr. Mead states that between 200 and • 300 acres of lucerne would be seeded on the blocks this spring. A number of the settlers are making a success :o£ market-gardening, for which the country .seems to t>s well suited. One man reported that his sales of vege tables /brought him in £30 last week, i and he expected this week's returns to be just as high. The growers of -vegetables sold their produce in the markets in Melbourne. Of 170 blocks on the settlement 43 had been takon up. The remaining blocks were sup plied with water, and were ready for .selection. • * « ♦ : MS". Andrew Higginson, who as Prince Danilo in "The Merry Widow" and other roles was for years the idol of the "Gallery Girls" at Melbourne •theatres, will shortly appear In a new role. He has obtained the licence of the Clare Hotel, Wangaratta, and will enter into...

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 — 14 November 1913

VIOLENT PAINS AND PURGING "I recommend Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy ns being the most satisfactory medicine for colio, diarrhoea, or dysentery,!' writes Mr. Ceoil 0. Hooper, storekeeper, Wakefield, E.Z. "Ai limes 1 am seized with violont paine and purging and have tried oeveral ho culled cures but find nothing equal to OhamborWp'a Colio and Dlnrthcw Rem 0oltt ava^tnhoro.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

Grickei A scratch match was played on the Uraua ground on Saturday afternoon, between teams cap-, tained by Messrs Angove and J. O'Neill, the former's team be ing victorious by 111 runs. SC° ANGOVE'S TEAM. Angove, retired ... ... 100 Davies, b Butts ... ... 35 Mills, b Kuschert ... ..; 3 J. Warren, c Davies, b Yates 24 Newman, c Kinsella, b Yates 15 Pillinger, b Kuschert ... 15 L. Pascoe, b Kinsella ... 4; J. Smith, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 2 Total ... ... 198 O'NEILL'S TEAM. Kuschert, c Angove, b Davies 83, McCo'ough, c Mills, b Angove 17 Butts, b Davies ... 7 Fuller, b Davies ... ... o Kinsella, b Mills ... ... <■ 4 W. Yates, b Angove ... 22 Lawson, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 4 Total ...' ... 87

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. BALL AT OAKLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

MR. BALL AT OAKLANDS. Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., member for the Corowa electorate in the State Parliament) who is again contesting the seat in the inter ests of the Liberal party and the Farmers and Settlers' Association, addressed a meeting in the School of Arts, Oaklands, on Friday even ing. Cr. A. K. Trethowan occu pied the chair, and in introducing the candidate asked that he should be given a fair hearing, and at the conclusion of his address he would be prepared to answer any ques tions. Mr Ball stated that he was seeking their support on the same platform as he was elected on three years ago, and had the en dorsement of the Liberal party and the Farmers and Settlers' Association. He dealt exhaus tively with the question of land settlement and development, and pointed out thatthe present Labor Government, while professing to be doing so much to settle people on the land, had closed down on the only Act that could assist men with limited means, viz., the Closer Settlement Act, and...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Political Campaign. MR. TOMKINS AT URANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

Political Campaign. MR." TOMKINS AT URANA. Mr Wm. H. Tomkins, the Labor nominee for the Corowa elector ate, addressed a meeting in the School of Arts, Urana, on Mon day evening. Mr Jas. Nolan occupied the chair, and in introducing the can didate asked that he be given a patient hearing. Mr Tomkins, who was accorded a good reception, said he intend ed to fight honorably and square ly. He was prepared to look up on his opponent as a gentleman, but claimed the right of criticis ing his public actions, or want of public action; at the same time he would not introduce any per sonal matters against his oppon ent during the campaign. He ex plained his connection with the Labor party, and endeavored to show that he had done something to warrant their support. He had decided for politics at a very early age, and had carefully studied the world's jgreatest writers on social and political economy. So as to gain experience of other parts of the world and the conditions un der which his fellowme...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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THE FREEZING INDUSTRY. (From the "Wagga Wagga Express.") [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

THE FREEZING INDUSTRY. (Wiom ilio "Wimga Wiigija, lixprcss.") One- of the future Industries ot lliii Riverina, following, .upon llie cloaei' settlement of landB, will be the treoz iiuj industry, and the prospects 'of liu: sv.ccets ot the Inland Freezing Com pany, winch proposqa^yljo establish ment o£ works at JYi!^gSvon-;t!ie-"u(;s;' of tlm Av Mnmera'Ajh^eziJig- Company;. promise. very well.-Some years a'go-a' proposal was mooted for. increasing' the capital of the W«gga Butter 1 Fac tory and Freezing Company .to, ileal with the mutton trade, but,-at / tlmt time it was thought the: quantity'ol iat iambs available would-be msulU cient to justify the outlay, and the proposal fell through. The new com pany comes forward with experience ot very successful business - in ! the "WimnuTa "where the freezing industry lias been established on sound icom iiierciul lines, and by the.- amalgama tion with the Wagga Butter Factory and Freezing Company, already decid ed uiion, every confidence;™ th...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Wool Sales [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

BtfteBliourroe Wool Sales Dalgety and Co., Ltd., report having held their fifth wool sale of the season on Monday, offering a very representative catalogue of close on 5000 bales- The market was animated for good and super ior wools, but burry and earthy wools, which were relatively dear at the commencement of the sea-. son, are quite ten per cent, below opening rates. They sold Russell Clarke's Hawksview, from Albury, comeback, at 13Jd. N. Z. Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd., report—Our catalogue on Tuesday, as well as being one of the. largest that has been offered this season, was a most attractive one. Many good merino clips were included, a number of which showed excel lent quality, being particularly suited to Continental require ments. Competition for all the better class wools was very keen, and prices for these were main tained. Sales included—East over Bullenbong, from Wagga, lead ing line passed 12id, b hoggets sold to 13jd; Goonambil over W J in diamond, from Corowa,...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROYAL SHOW SINGLE JUDGE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

ROYAL SHOW;: ' singije jijdgi: svs'nat. i Last woek the Melbourne Show (;oin nutteis.lield a meeting. ■ J.Mo pme (mon ey :\vill liij increased■ noxt yo.ir. i , ,-.lho most important: change Hint -is prdposcd in respect of the methods .of the society is the intent on to rovifrt l^> ■ the . single-judye system. .. AbouO live. ■ yoursi.iifro the ■ question ;■ of..]iid'{iiii5 Was reviewed.' ■ ilio HVSioiu of lnviii<; itliree judges; was'then1. in vogue; aiul'iiU ivits dccided to gi.ve the single mid hvo judni: .Systems iijiial ot'1'2 months cacli. I 'Af tor the cxpmence so ganr.'d .a^rufer.'ii jluiu of the members was taken oh tin; matter.' While the propoit'.ou of :\<'te. jiolled was particularly small, tlio.c \v:is an, overwhelming majority—abrnt |i ;livo to k>no Vote—in favor ot th<v :svstjjni i>r having two judges with a ru:o.O ' In I he event of a. disagreement.7 In accord ance therewith this systoni has bqen: in ■ operation at the list thr...

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F. & S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

F« & Sa Association. A conference of the F. & S. As sociation was held at Oaklands on Friday 7th inst. Mr A. K. Treth ovvan (president) occupied the chair, and delegates were present from Corowa, Cullivel, Balldale, Boree Creek, and Oaklands. Mr R. T. Ball, M.L.A., was also pre sent. Apologies were read from a number of delegates who were un able to attend. Mr Morphett, the secretary, re ported that there were now 20 as sociations connected with the dis trict council. The sum of £10 was voted to the executive council to defray the expenses of an organiser. Notice of motion was given re garding political members, which is to be considered at next meet ing, to be held at Brocklesby early in January, date to be fixed by the secretary. It was decided to give Mr Ball every assistance in his campaign, as he was the F. & S. A. candidate.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCKHART. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

_, LOCKHART. (From Our Own Correspondent.) --S: ' . llelalive to the proposed water slip ply channel from this Alurriimbidge:; Riv er to this part of the lliverina, .Mr. Hail cy. of Uie -Now 'South Wales Public department lias made a j<101 iin 111;11'v sur vey," a ml lias Jjuen taken* over the most difficult part of the route by tin;' shire president (Councillor -W. Day), Couui.'il lor Clapperton, and Aliv A. W. Asto.ii. • Air. It. Hall, ll.LA..,".lias: approached the department, j-aiul it is' likely that a complete survey will he made. It Ins been known for many years that the MuiTumhidgee watois coma up as far as Jackson's Waterholes.' With a ; short 'cutting*, at Geppart's holding it is now certain that the-water could he, brought into the Boree Creek,and, iwould''.'run along: this :creek and (ill.' Lake Cullivel, and -subsequently Lake Urana- The . heiic(it,Avlnch isiich a ]>rojev.t would1 bis to* Lockhart, lloree Creek, Urana, ami tiie ■surrounding districts c...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOSS OF A HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

LOSS OF A HOUSE. Mr Leaeberg, our postmaster, had the misfortune to lose his horse last week. It appears the animal was in the com mon, and while someone was running their horses in, Mr Leaeberg'a horse was run on to the fanee, and a piece of wood pierced the leg. Everything possible was done, but the aniiml had to be destroy ed. The loss to Mr Lessberg is severo, as apart from the animal's worth, it was a great fayorite with the family.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPPRESSION OF RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

SUITKESSION OP BABBITS. 'j During: a prosecution in respect ot failure to destroy;rabbiTB, heard attlie YVngga ; police. coun. oil: Monday, 'it was staled .in defence that trappers hud been.engaged on"the land.. Mr. Ilig gms pressed the question nsuto whe ther. the trapping work-, was, 'bonis carried out at . defendant's. espouse. .Defendant stated no;: tnab the trap pars wore there for what they.1 could make/: In this connection,,', said Mr. liigglus, a mistaken impression seemed to prevail with• tanners. Trapping, an a1 means ot rabbit destruction, wiu not recognised, under the Act ;unle<ss .carried out under, the landholders' In structions, so' thai kittens as well as grown rabbits would be destroyed. It was generally': recognised 'that trap pers aid not take the trouble to l>y and.exterminate, tlie pest by killing ■the kittens. - Mr. Helm, P.M., recog nised Mr. Wiggins''contention. his worship, appeared to hold a certain .feeling ot doubt in regard to-the justl lic...

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PRESBRTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

PRESBRTERIAN CHURCH On Sunday next Mr W. H. Shelley, of the British and For eign Bible Societyi will occupy the pulpit in the Presbyterian Church, Urana, at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., and at Round Swamp at 3 p.m. Rev. J- A. Craigen will con duct service at Oaklands at 2 p.m.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

LINCOLN'S CELEBRATED OK BsRJUKSHT BT All'the Leading Hotels in the District. LINBLEY WALKER & CO. ,MAKK . A. rV 10, WYX)« 10A", * The LEADING Wheat Salesmen, ;: SELL, [ STORE, OR . SHIP WHEAT. IPred Sliii'iifye1 Ci-ivon. 1V«> Ciirlna" Clmrtfed. □ BnnDHDBaBDBompciOBianDnnaocinHnniDBDiBDBDaDoiDEaanDaaBos 0 £°< The 1913-14 Season; SALES MEL® EPt5 S ./MELBOURNE WEEKLY a Tjie MELBOURNE Associated Brokers s Receive and So 11 Wool from all parls of Australia ai o llie following Hates:— ■ CJ ?• . Kcci-iving, Weighing, Wait housing, lulling, \,, , * A Repacking! tinle KxpenM n, tie. ... , ...J ,a ' rM*0 B (O > . 1 -i'-JlUl ;ii;d u lid' ... ... .'I per cunt p □ CoiiimifiHii n 1'liOO-1 u 1<*H)U ... i! pu- coul. ■ B ' • 7 • • ,jUvui'X50(r ..! ♦ • I i per cent O' a IrisnmitTO ;* On« Shilling nr.it .^siicnco per cent.! 5 GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO,'. LTD.- , g ■ AUSTRALIAN -MERCANTILE : LAND and FINANCE CO., Lid. □ n. NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE' AGENCY . CO....

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OVERWHELMED BY WOMBATS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

OVERWHELMED BY WOMBATS The Aludgeo I'.P. j3oard is 111 trouble l.ovor the, wombat bonus. It will be. remembered that about-a month ago the (lir^c.ors pi ice I a'bonus of 10s per head ou wombats, mi the as-, sumption that they were: extremely dif ficult to k.ll'0i'::caf)tur0; Ao soouer.'hail. the bonus been announced than reports of huge hauls of wombats wore Icircu-, luted;' in [act, so substantiar appeared therO]ibits',that tlite' directors - at' spe cial meeting incontinently repeile.l the bonus. However; the daingo wasl done.:, .So far, the secretary of the < Ikmi^U lias paid ovcr-;tM0 fpr wombat scalps,-.but' there are 1217 scalps returned, aild .yet to be paid foiy while other returns liavo yet to come m, amounting, at is est:-; mated, to about- ISO. ,'ihat means- in all l.j'J7 sculps,.or £798 10s. • ■■■; ?•; ■// ihe secietarv has only paid for: 80 senilis, because-he has ,no . more Juuds.i The directors arc committed to this £798 10s, and will have.to secure a loam ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

IN SELIINC is EFFICIENT. PROMPT And CAREFUL HANDLING, backed UP BY LONG experience. TRy THAT o LD - ESTABLI SH ED FIRM H~-— Regular Sales of7 Sheepskins, JWes. fallow/, fijf Skirts, Bark, Gralrc Uc.&c,. ip||p|y|^^ ■■■ - ~~ .—i Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the most prompt and effectual medicine .in use for this complaint. It ■ acts on nature's plan, loosens the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nature to restore th& syateiiI to a healthy condition. r'

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POLITICAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

POLITICAL NOTES The Premier's political. existence has been a series of liair's-breadth, escapes. He lias just had another. lie has been cheerfully conducting ■ his canipftignas candidate for Oootamundra, but lie is not enrolled us an elector of the State— an essential i|Uali(ication for nomina tion. Mrs. llolman is enrolled as resid ing in her husband's home at Bellevue Hill, 1ml Mr. IJolman'a name has been inexplicably omitted. S3 summrnses liilve been .issnotl - ag ainstparticipants tii Tanners' Slr'.ko ;it liotmiy, ' '

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