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RIVAL TO PANAMA [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

RIVAL TO PANAMA --I'lie far-reaching jiossibilitles/ of tlio concussions I'K" Columbia which r'have been granted to Messrs. S. Pearson and. Sou (Limited) by tho Uovemmtnt'ot tln; Republic, subject to ratification by the Congress arc (says tho "StandardVjoiily now beginning to bo understood, r It is not improbable that tlis const.u.tion of an inter-oceanic canal along tho [course of the Atrutii River, will bo .undertaken, and this would have the olfopt of mini mising the importance o£ tlio Panama Canal at onco. Already- keen lAmeri can opposition to the'agreement,! which lias boJn. sigae;l bv LorJ Murray audlhj representatives ol the Columbian Gov ernment is being heard, and tho ques tion may load to: a restatement of the principles of the Monroe doctime: That the construction of such a canal through Colombia is a much easier problem, than the Piinania Ganal proved was empha sised by Mr; Norman 51 liompsou,.. the head of a tirm of c.ty contractors,..who. is well acquainted with the.e...

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

. AT ALLONBY. On Monday Mr. Fitzgerald, nil organ iser,- visited Mr. Brunskill's', Allonby Farmland addressed the men, who number about 40; Mr. Briinskill .sub sequently addressed the men, the majority of whom hacl been with him for 8omo yeirs. The men expressed themselves as thoroughly satisfied with the conditions under which they had-been laboring, and immediately resumed . work.— " Wagga Express." '•

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

DRAMATIC ENTERTAIN MENT; The Jerilderie Dramatic and Comedy Co. appearod at the School of Arts, Urana, on Wed nesday evening to a small but ap preciative audience. Rain fell heavily during the evening, and this no doubt interfered with the attendance. The piece staged was "Home Sweet Home, With Varia tions." The entertainment was in aid of the Urana Hospital, and it is estimated the institution will benefit to the extent of about £10.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. WADE APPEALS TO WORKERS AND ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

WADE APPEALS : TO WORK EUS AND EU2CTOUS. ~ During tho course of his speech on Tuesday night, the Hon. C. l>. Wade touched upon the rural workers' ques . tion. Whilst' all realised that every man was entitled to a rair wage for a fail" day's labor, he said it ;was not reasonable to expect to apply the lir.rd and last rules 'governing, labor , in city factories to the industries ; in the country. Regular pressure prevailed in 'the factories, and there : was-, no deviation from this during the' y'-iar. Furthermore, the manufacturer was always in the position of .passing on increases o£ wages to the consumers; In the country labor conditions were go\ erned by climatic conditions and the season of the year—sometimes it; was brisk,, and somtimes work was' slack. Bflt if there was' any increase? in the cost' of production 'the farmer could not pass it on. He could only obtain, tile'pricesruling in Lhe world's: markets. .The, danger of limiting the working hours would also be a great har...

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

THE NATIONAL BANK, The balance sheet for the Na tional Bank to September 30, 1913, shows thrt the net orofit for the half year ended on that date amounted to £89,283. A dividend at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum is declared on both pref erence and ordinary shares; £2000 Is voted to the officers' provident fund; £5000 is applied to the re duction of bank premises; and £30,000 is transferred to the re serve fund, making it £465,000; £16,053 being carried forward to next half year. The balance sheet portrays a strong position, and evidences continued prosper ity and progress, which must be satisfactory not only to the share holders, but to the clients of the institution generally.

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

RURAL WORKERS: UNION On Saturday night Jlr. Snoncs, M.L.A. representing- tlio. Darling delivered ;in address at the Masonic Hall m advo cacy of the llural Workers Union; ilr: l3ox, prosidrnt of theAVagga Bight Hours Association, was in the chair. Mr. Spenco gave an- outline of the Union's ideas. Thov were . out. for? peace and not for war. . 'lliu Union had not been able to establish an awarl. hut they Iiad../fr:uneJ a log r.ito which they were determined to work undjr. Soino farmers were already paying tiro log rate and some moro, but those thoy wero trying to reach wore f.irmers who wero not (laying; a fair thin«. . This. 6' a.m. to sunset arrangement; was . had' and the aristocrats to'olc goad care thoy did not haivo a 0 'o'clock breakfast. The, Union wanted' tlio farmers to meet thorn in confereuco,'; .wliich was only a fair thing, but if they, woiild'inot tliord wool I be'trouble. _Tie ' also' lU'god the Car riers' Union to stick shoulder to sliovl dor. lie did'iiot exactly adV...

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

FARMERS AND HARVESTING The Farmers and Settlers''.Associ ation representative, speaking on the Manning River, pointed out that if the Ruw.l Workers' Union succeed in get ting the award, every fanner would be compelled to keep books, and it tlicy were unable to do their own book keeping they would have to pay seme one £3 a week to.do it for them, and if they failed to comply with this ex action they would not be fined, but compelled to go to gaol. Ills advice was to let every farmer refuse point, blank to keep books, and the Govern ment'/would not bo able to find gaols enougir to house those who refuse. There are indications at Gilgandra of nil industrial strike of harvest hands.; There are between 30 and 10 men, who have decided to stand out for S/4 per day of eight hour^1 10/ for machine drivers, and 15/ for stack builders. Mr. E. H. Richards, organ iser, addressed a number of men there or Saturday'night, and urged them to'stand out for increased rales. ■He said/ the farmers to saf...

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

' ATTACKED SUDDENLY. "I was attacked with influenzi, and Rot 10 ill that I had to go to bed," writes Mr A. Mayall, bontmnker, Tivuknu, N.Z. "My wife went to Green and Colebrook's etore to got Fomefchint! for me ; tliey told her to give me Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and she brought a bottlo homo. I am glad to say that it cured me, and in lets than a week I was as noli us ever and back at work." Obtainable every IN SPRING A MAIDEN'S THOUGHTS Lightly turn to Pretty - Blouses, Dainty Ribbons, Chic Laces and Embroideries .. . _ ; - Lighter Underwear, Washing Prints, and Cambrics. . ... . Urana's Centre ANDERSON & MULDOON'S. She knows, every lady knows this is the one place where she will get what she wants— Big varieties, excellent qualities, pretty, patterns, lovely colorings, and low prices. Our Drapery Department is a Bower of Suggestion and Inspiration. ' . Come and glean, come and inspect. You are sure to buy. . . . Anderson & Muldoon, The Centre of Fashion, Urana. ...

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

DEATH FROM TETANUS A man named Charles Baker was brought in-to the Urana Hos pital from Brooliong on Sunday morning, suffering from tetanus. Although everything possible was done, he died on Wednesday morning.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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MR. WADE AT WAGGA AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. LABOR'S EXTRAVAGANCE. SQUANDERING OF TRUST FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

MR, WADE AT WAGGA AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. •LABOR'S EXTRAVAGANCE. " SQUANDERING OF TRUST FUNDS. v The Hon. C. G. Wade, leader ot the • I.l'oeral forces ill State politics, spoke in the Oddfellows' Hall, Wnggn, on Tuesday evening, in support of Mr. J. G. • Fletcher's candidature for the AYugga seat. The hail was filled to overfiowing, whilst the audience was a most appreciative one, and \varm ap plause was frequently given. A few Interjections were made; put they were rather of a humorous nature, and were goodnaturedly received by Mr. Wade. On the whole, the hearing ■ given Mr. Wade' was ail excellent -one, and very encouraging. ; . The Mayor (Aid. 15. E. Collius) pre Elded, and introduced Mr. AVade to the meeting. There • were also on the platform Messrs. J. G. Fletcher,- E. I Crouch, and J J- M'Nickle. . ; | Mr. Wade, on rising, was recen eel -with loud applause. Within a month,. ho said, the most eventful polling day in State politics, would have passed. , The life of the Labour...

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

NEW POLLING PLACE. A new polling place, Urangeline, has been gazetted for the Urana subdivision.

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HOTEL CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

HOTEL CHANGE. Mr Allan McLeish, of Naran dera has taken over the Royal Hotel,. Urana, lately carried on by Mr M. J. Wise. Mr McLeish was very popular in Narandera. He should prove an acquisition to the town, as apart from his business capacity, he is an enthusiastic footballer and cricketer.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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THE HARVESTING QUESTION STRIKE AT WAGGA. OPERATIONS TO EXSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

THE HARVESTING QUESTION STRIKE AT WAGGA. OPERATIONS TO EXSEND. On Monday evening there wore 56 farm hands camped in a paddock in the town, prepared to work under the now log conditions of the A.W.U. but determined to hold out against tho usual rates, which are 83 Id for general hands and higher rates for machine hands, etc. Some of tho men nre "financial" but tlioso who are not have been served with ration tickets by tho A.W.U. Pickets have been appointed and any new arrivals by road or train are quietly pounced upon and persuaded to join tho ranks It iB intended to extend the sphere of operations to all waysido railway towns, and it was understood that organisers are already operating, not only along the main lino but at the various stations along the Hay and Lockhart lines. It appears that tho cause of the trouble is not so much tho rate of pay as the hours, which are (ixcd upon by the log as eight hours. A picket last night speaking to our representative said that under the old c...

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

IT STRENGTHENED MY THROAT. "I hud a weak throat," writes Mr. 0. V. H. Stallard, 10 Bunbury Street, Foot «orny, Yio. "The slightest change in the weather would affect it, and I would have to go home from work fueling fit for nothing. Mp sister swears by Olmmbor Iain's Cough Romedy, bo I thought I would try it. I did so, find can honestly aay it has worked wonders, for my throat ifl now quite atrong." Sold evorywhoro, FiirmoiH are reminded tlmt 0. A. Matbieson is agnin buying wheat in any quantities, and before selling elsowhore, get« quoto from lilm,—0 i

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

LEGAL. P. W. McCarthy, SOLICITOR. Ootnmlaslener for Affidavits (or N.S.W. and South Australia, Office : McCiuokbn's Buildjkm, Green J|reet, Lockharifc Mr. McCarthy visits UUANA on Wednesday after second Thursday in eiLch month, and BOREE GREELC on ftionday after the second Thur»d»y. Land Agency Work Porformed. Solicitor to Urana P.P. Board. Trust, Funds to Lend Upon Approved Real or Personal Estate. Notice to Advertisers and Subscribers. "V^TE desire to notify that we hare * * resumed, as from 1st instant, the management of our businesses of the "Urana Independent" and the "Clear Hills Standard." Pending other arrange ments to bo mado shortly, Mr W. J. McFarlime will act aa manager on our behalf, and his receipt for payment of accounts due fSvus will be sufficient. Our uim as proprietors 1ms bean to produce publications worthy of the dis trict, and we trust that every assistance will be given us to maintain, or even im prove, the standard we have reached. Remember that these papers ...

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

T. Quinn Us Co., ' ,i STOCK, STATION AMD GENERAD COMMISSION AGEHTS, uraesa. Local Agent for FORD MOTOR CARS. (RICKARDS BROS. & STUTT, Bendi«o) W« in also Agents (or the STANDARD FIRE INSURANCE COM' PANY, Mid take risks on Standing Crops, Live Stock, Household Furniture and Effects. s'-S" T. QUINN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, So., URAJJA. . J. WISE, Airctioneai", Stock, Station a fiensral Commission Agent, UR&N&. □□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□a AGENCIES i , IAS. BELL AND CO., Wheat Bnyew. ' i CUMMING, SMITH AND CO.. Sickle Brand Manure* AUSTRALIAN STATION SUPPLIES COY., . / ! ' Interchangeable Steel Brands for Horses and Cattle. ' • Earmark Pliers for Sheep and Cattle. COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY. . M'PHERSOH, THOI & 00. SHEEP, CATTLE AND PROPERTY SALESMEN, YAKKAWOfllOA. J. A. Tlim. Glive M'Pherson. 430 Collins-street, Melbourne, [R. E. Young.) Corovra & Oakland!), N.S.W,, Land and clearing sales con. ducted in any part of Victoria and New Sout...

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BETTER OPTICAL SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

BETTER OPTICAL SERVICE For some time residenls of New South Wales have had to submit | to the injustice of a class of men [ styling themselves Opticians, many of whom have never served their time at sight-testing or spec tacle fitting. This should not be. Australians are entitled to the very best optical service, and it is now within reach of all. ERNEST BOSCH, F-S.C.M., Consulting Optician, of 14 Martin-place, Syd ney, and his staff are experienced Sight Specialists, and hold highest qualifications. Our expert repre sentative, who was specially train ed in Philadelphia (the home of modern optical science), and holds the certificate of the California State Board of Examiners, may be consulted at the Royal George Hotel, Urana, on Tuesday, Dec. 9, from 11.30 a.m. to 6 p m., and Wednesday, Dec. 10, from 9 a.m. to 1] a.m.

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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. A POPULAR HOTELKEEPER [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 November 1913

fie Ibw PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. A POPULAR HOTELKEEPER Thus the Yass, "Evening Trib une'' Sub-inspector Steele has, on different occasions in his re ports to the Licensing Court Bench at Yass, made reference to the satisfactory manner in which the Royal Hotelj Yass, has been conducted by Mr J. B. Hoban, the popular licensee. When the trans fer of the license had been grant ed to Mr J. Bradford, of Harden, Sub-inspector Steele said he thought it a fitting opportunity for him to express his appreciation of the excellent way in which Mr Hoban had managed the hotel during his term as licensee. Mr Hoban had conducted the Royal Hotel in. a most commendable manner in every resoect, and es pecially in regard to the obser vance of the laws applying.to Sun-! day trading. Mr A F. Ridley, P.M., said it was satisfactory to know that the hotel had been so well conducted by Mr Hoban, and it might be given as a recommen dation to Mr...

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

MURRUMBIDGEE. IRRIGATION: POSSIBILITIES OF TII1C SCHEME. Mr. J. Govmack -who is leaving fevo jiov. on Saturday for London to- pine:; |h<! advaiiti/ges of. the Murriuubidgee 'irrigniLOii area. before intend ni; settlors from oversea,::■ was entertained. .'by i:the .Millions ..Chili on Thursday.. Mr.Lv A. B. ■Wado."Mm,riunbidg'e !r - iig.:t'on^CommftB-o.-cr, w.s alio i re enV as. tlip. club's guest. .Mr. Wads' sa:d I hat the: scheme \ras a mt oiiiil one, and was going'lo lie a factor in the further ance oD;| lie countrvs interests lir bring ing people-m millions 10 its shores. People who went ..to see. the ; whole schemes were convened and ^bi'caine its missionaries. Members.: of --Brit 5I1 party welo impressed witlrthe work At i re sent there were COO settlers 011 the area. Jvcw forms aiulrmeiliods would Ijo generally . adopted. Vrom now on wards Lhe scheyie should nii'i'cb to s'.io. cess; Ai nrcsent 110 addition X sel l rs were required.- No results wcro ex pected £10111 ...

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