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WAGGA STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

WAGGA STOCK SALES Che usual fortnightly sale was held at tho Municipal Sale Yards on Thursday, 20th inst., when the undermentioned Stock were offered by auction : 4098 ehqep penned, 2845 sold. Fat sheep: 12 m e,13s; 197 ra e, hand shorn, 12s; 10 x and m e ewes, with 12 young lambs, 26s 6d; 25 m e and w, in wool, 18s; 460 m e, shorn, passed at lis 9d. Store sheep: 219 m e, lis 3d; 330 m a shorn, 10a Id; IDS m o, Us; 9 m w, 'Is 2d to Us lOd ; 153 m w, 4 tooth, 9s 4d ; 81 x 1, young, 7s 8d ; 205 x Iambs, shorn, lis 6d ; 246 m w, 4 and 6 tooth, 10s ; )3 Lincoln rams, 26s 6d; 22 L o lambs, 13s 3d; 26 L ram lambs, I5s Od. 130 cattle yarded, 97 sold. Fat cattle: 7 heifers, £6; 2 cows, £6; 2 do., £5 15s ; 0 heifers, light, £3 16s; 10 bullocks, good, £9 10a; 1 cow, £5 12s fid; 1 do., prime, £8 15s; 2 steers, £0 17s 6d; 5 steers and heifers, good slimmer beef, £5 10s; 2 cows, £0 10s; 1 bullock, £8 12s Gd; G cows, £0 17s 6d; I vealer, £2; 1 cow, £7 7s 6d; 1 do., £6; 2 steers, £4 7s 6d; 3 cowb,...

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 — 28 November 1913

IT STRENGTHENED MY THROAT. "I bad tk weak throit," writes Mr. 0. V. H. Stullnrd, 10 Bunbury Stroet, Foot ocrny, Vic. "The ilighteat change in th# weather would nffoot it, and I would hnva to go homo from work fooling fit for nothing. Mp «iet«r awoaru by Chamber Iftin'n OoukIi Romiidy, so' I thought I would try it. I did ho, and oan honestly jfijf it hfi^worked^cjMflM, for toy. tbfoit is no# sttoog." Sold (5?rty«lieW.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services will be conducted on Sunday next as follows Oak lands, 2 p.m.; Urana, 7.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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FARMERS AND ANTHRAX [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

FARMERS AND ANTHRAX ;:'Ilie attention of llie Chiof Inspector.of Stock ;has;.been-drawn,to,the fact that farmers are being recommended to treat uasos: of anthrax ill various ways, sucli as by. bleeding or drugging. - fcuch iinetli ods,,;Mi'. ;Symons says, lire^practically useless m . any case ot anthrax which is so far advanced to show symptoms, and,.-moreover; if bleeding wero- icsoited to the farmer would run great risk of infecting his. land with anthrax, and so creating a liability to iiirlhur Josses from the;disuaso in future.: There wluIiI also be, u not inconsiderable danger to the'man who carries out the bleeding of contracting anthrax in Ins Lurn. Any animal affected should lie destroyed an-.l the carcase completely burnt, '.without opening up or bleeding; ; /Tlio outbioak should also bo at once-reported to the stock -inspector.for the district in order that all necessary measures may be' taken to prevent a spread of the. dis ease. :. . .

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Correspondence. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

Ooi<B*®S<'QOn€i@EBOe> (To the Editor.) Sir,—I would ask for apace lu your paper to explain my position mpre olearly than could be done nt Mr Tomkins' meet ing on Tuesday night. When Mr Tom kins apoke here previously, I asked him if the Auditor-General's report did not state that the finances of N.S.W, were in u critical condition. He answered, No. Mr Tomkins then said there was plenty of money, and no fresh taxation would be put on by his party if returned, except in the case of millionaires dying, in which cise their estates would have to pay heavy additional duties. I obtained a copy of the Auditor-General's report, which is admitted to be the unbiassed authority on the. State finances. At Tuesday night's meeting 1 quoted tha following extracts, amongst others, from it:—"On the facts and figures marshalled in this review, it is clear that at the close of 1912-13 the financial position was weak end unsatisfactory, and that the outgo during 1912-13 (exceedin...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRENUOUS TIMES IN THE EARLY DAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

STRENUOUS TIMES IN THE EARLY DAYS At his social seud-otf;i previous to l'.is leaving .Tuuee; ■ Senior-Sergeant Dixon recalled some- strenuous- times ot liis service in the early days, most ly at.'Wagga aiid Gundagai Ho had gone into- places. at Wagga that he would not re-enter tor. ail ; tlie tea in China, and the; wonder is that he ever- came out alive. "1-le remember ed when the;lino was being construc ted there, when there were upwlmls ot 5000 men ■on tin} works. A Jew had come into the place complaining tlmt ho hud lost liis bag containing .jewellery,1 and lie,' in ^company with Mr, lieadley, who was now a orewer in Waggii,; had to go ■ right into the camp mid: arrest, the' man who had stolen the 'property; .; At Gundagai lie had (and lie said it with some prUlo) frustrated : some diabolical tricks, not the least ot which was cnce when ho hail -.tiiken cliargo 1 of, a nlol)'. of stolen ■cattlo, and brought them to the gaol and shut thoni hi,, and. preparations ■were actually^ ma...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Melbourne Wool Sales [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

EMfoffiassoeB® Wool Sales Dalgetys offered a choice cata logue on Monday, including sever-' al clips from the far west of Vic toria and districts near Melbourne Riverina, West Australia and Tasmania were also well repre sented. There was a large atten dance of buyers, and competition was exceedingly keen and general for good and superior wools, but ordinary faulty and inferior des criptions are selling in buyers' favor. They secured 17id for Alex Phillips' JP from Harrow. From near Melbourne, Moles worth Greene's comeback 14d, and Moggs, Emly Park, crossbred to 14id. N. Z. Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd. report:—At our weekly sale on Tuesday a feature of the catalogue, which contained some 6600 sales, was the number of brands submitted. Few large clips were available, and as a con sequence some 1200 lots were of fered. The selection embraced some superior wools, suited to all requirements. As far as the best wools were concerned, there is little or no change to report these elic...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

LINCOLN'S OS IP TO) epD \ f' m SB; f i /j 0 ^ £ i^? ©M ©1ITOHT ST All the Is in the LINDLEY WALKER & CO. MAItK I, VA'IO, fcSVIilNlCY, The LEADING Wheat Salesmen, SELL, STORE, OR SHIP WHEAT. □ ■□■□HDHDmaaciBaEmHciEinnnBCincinnnDBQBniapHonDBaBDHCjnoi Tli© Season* s&les hebji m 3 MELBOURNE WEEKLY 3 Tiis MELBOURNE Associated Brokers 3 Receive and Sell Wool from all pari a of Australia nt a the following Rates:— , ■ Hcccivint;, WoigliiiiL', Warehousing, Lotting,1 ,, , u B 'Kcimckiiig,, Stole Expenses, «te. ... .../ ^ Per lb* D ]'i'20(» nnd under ... ... .3 per. con't. S (JonimlRbii 11 Vi-'iOU to 1500 .. ... .v ti ptr uont. ■ J Ovot I'.jOO ... - - .]$. pur cent. £ InsumiiH'. Ujiu fc-hiUmir tuul > ixptMicu pur cont. « GOLDSBROUGIJ, MORT .AND CO.* LTD. - 1 S AUSTRALIAN. MERCANTILE LAND and; FINANCE; CO., Ltd 5 NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO. 'Lid ■ DALGETY AND CO., Lid. - . ' 2 AUSTRALIAN ESTATES and MORTGAGE CO., Lid n YOUNGIIUSBAND, ROW AND CO. PROPRIETARY, L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

SAVED HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN "My 8')iih, Ohuiles und JohD, aro sub ject to colds," says Mis. C. Carter, 33 Market Street, South Melbourne, Vic. "Somo time back 1 would have lost both of thorn but for the timely advice of Mrs. Snowdon, who recommended me to givu them Chamberlain's Cough Romedy! I tried it and Haw the chnnga for tho botler in them right away and they were both soon well nnain. I have aoon the livrosof hundreds of children s.ivod by Ohanibfer. lala'a C&li&h ftefaody," Said fiCo'fcywhSre,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

^9E T. Quh..b. STOCK, STATION AMU GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Local Agent for FORD MOTOR CARS. (RICHARDS BROS. & STUTT, Bendteo) Ws ar* Agents for th» STANDARD FIRE INSURANCE COM JTANT, nnd take ricka on Standing Cropi, Ijire Stock, Household Furniture and T. QUINN ft CO., AUCTIONEERS, 4c., URAJVA. iHBtioneer, StoeM, Station & general Commission Agent, URANA. □□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□ ACER1C1ES : JAI. BELL AND CO., WUoat Bayers. BUMMING, SMITH AND CO., Sickle Brand Manure*. AUSTRALIAN STATION SUPPLIBS COT., Interchangeable Steel Brands lor Horgei and Cattle. Earmark Pliers (or Sheep and Cattle. COMMERCIAL UNION FIRE ASSURANCE COMPANY. ■'PHEBSON, TIN i CO. SH8P, CATTLE AND PROPERTY SALESMEN, YARKAWOMGA. J, A. 31 nn. Clir* li Thereon. *30 Collins-street, Melbourne, [R. E. YoaU(.| Corowu & Oakland!, N.S.W., LAND AND CLEARING SALES con tacted in anr part of Victoria uj New South Wiles. RIVBRINA AHD VICTORIAN LAJfD SALES A SPECIALITY. Lifts at Land and Stock for Sole po...

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Urana Police Court. P.P. BOARD v. W.R. SMITH [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

Upana Police ©ouHl. BOARD v. W R. SMITH (This case was briefly reported in last issue). Defendant was charged with . failing to suppress and destroy: rabbits on portion 114, parish of Piney Ridge, and plead ed not guilty. Mr P. W. McCarthy, solicitor, Lockhart, appeared for the P. P. Board. John'Hoban, sworn, deposed he was a rabbit inspector, residing at Urana- He knew defendant, who was the occupier of portion 114, parish of Piney Ridge. He in spected the holding on 1st-July, when rabbits and burrows were numerous, and there was no evi dence of destruction. He inspect ed again on August 10. On Aug ust 18 he wrote to defendant. He again inspected the holding on September 3 and 4, and found that some of the burrows had been ploughed. The work was ineffec tive, and totally insufficient. He had a notice sent to defendant, and inspected the place again on September 25 and 36, in company with Inspector Pilljnger. Defend ant's father and a boy were were doing some fumigating. He told Smi...

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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, [?]8. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

fit* %mn ItotUpMtfytt! PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE HUMBER, 88. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE MELBOURNE CUP. • During the past few days Dame Rumor has been very persistent in the statement that Piastre, the winner of the 1912 Melbourne Cup, is identical with Posinatus, this year's winner. Both are five year-old geldings, and it is stated that John Norton, the proprietor of "Truth," has lodged £1000 for the production of both horses. Posinatus arrived in Melbourne two days before the Cup, and was trucked to Newcastle the day after the race. We give this "par' for what it is worth. • — Finley "Mail."

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INCREASE OF COUNCILLORS NOT WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

INCREASE OF COUNCILLORS NOT V, . WANTED. The poll was taken oil Saturday, wlien tbe ratepayers of the Mitchell Shiro jleuMed tu adhere to a. Council of . six members, instead of increasing the number to nine as suggested. The matter was evidently not regarded very seriously- by- the ratepayers, for only v about 25 per cent, of votes on the roll were recorded. In "A" ridi.ig the figures i'2 for the increasoand 40 against were close, but " 15 " riding, 21 for and 28 against, nud " 0 " riding, l(i for and 22 against, were decidedly against mak ing any alteration in the Council as ut present constituted.

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RURAL WORKERS' STRIKE MORE MEN OUT. OFFERS OF SOUTH COAST FARMERS ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

| RURAL WORKERS' STRIKE v I MORE MEN OUT. OFFERS OF. SOUTH, COA'ST FAUM , W " » •: EUS ACCEPTED: IiuaddiLlon ; to. the;;:- eighteen; .-men-: who left Mrs. M'Farlane's on- Friday, another; twenty eapio out on;. Satuiv day, the latest strikers i-being from Messrs: ■•'-■Tlammill; VosS; ■ Uuttoi], and Proctor's:-: At?Mi\'.Hutton!s tour'men; of cfivo employed, carae.out^but-.twoilioiv: | hands-are going, on in.their-places.; On Saturday;, evening; Mr. : Rpthery, I P. and ,S. organiser, met the AVagga District Council at; the Show-rooms, and explained the o£ier ;ot. the :Sout.li Coast farmers to come up undvassist with the harvesting:: The ;o41:er. was. regarded «is excellent^ '^nd .it, was_un- . tleistood that district^ farmers would later volunteer.theivfyss'lstance -tO' the > coastal districts: .Hf/^rrequired.'i.'.l'he •> meeting i decided' for a ;dozon jmeuf-to.. come.up ,to,,take tlie prices^of the strjlceisi-g.t,'jlD3 M'Farlane's'^ ••'Vj, ; ■ ■ At lockiiart. 1 he' rural .worke...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

TH IN SELLING is EFFICIENT. PROMPT and CAREFUL HANDLING, BACKED UP BY LONG EXPERIENCE. TRy THAT OLD-ESTABLISH ED FIRMS----- nrf>i FAT STOCK SALESMEN,. STOCK &5TATI0N AGENTS. Regular Sales of7 Sheepskins, Hides. Tallow, Fur Skins, Bark, Grain &e. &c. ■ ^es^vjGrsca&^^23cciv5y£7<a'C2a.,eyv^ac57AX22a\Ziuca.,cy-s s got a **" i g Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the most prompt &nd effectual medicine in use for this 0 | complaint. It acts on nature's plan, ■ loosens 1 $ the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the [j fl secretions and aids nature to restore the system | jj- to a healthy condition. | ^j^^<TOCTy-^ATr-rp'T^'rr,vr?\ry/7i t^wca C7A'C!rjiW^3 CTAratra.TOatrA'raawwrBWW^

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LABOR AND BANKING "THE BOSS COCKIE." SENATOR MILLEN AT WAGGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

LABOR AND BANKING "THE BOSS COCK 115." . • SENATOR MILLEN AT .WAGCiA. Senator Milieu, - Minister lor Defence. Speaking at Wagga. oil- • Saturday ••night iu support of Mr. J. G. Fletcher's can didature, said' the ly.ibor Patty was up against the, banks,•,and that "was why tlioy established 1 tliO SNalional:. ' Dank. Llioy rci'kwicd : upoiv,:sinashi"gi-uii all iliu 1jJ]ikingv"coiuiiii'tits.r,.l.jltsinsLi"a'X Iho CummhiftWnUIP, LiauAr '•jifalloTa- los'a of iU0,000 4or. its lirst year 6f - working, whilst 'the banks thai; we're to be.closed down had increased th:ir buiuois. Tlio Commonwealth Hank , was > to cheapen money,. but Mr. Holman to day fou»d himself pay 1:J- .per cent more-interest tliiiii former|ly.: ' At this stage one .man so persistently interrupted that the Mayor ordered Ins removal. - The rural workeis' organiser <hen callcd upon all Laborites liu the room to follow him, which was done. liesuming, Senator-Milieu said tint in the House of Hepr^sontatives, the...

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TACTICS OF THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

Tactics of the senate. The Labor-< Senators of the Com monwealth are-laying down a-course of peculiar . constitutional procedure, and, like other extreme la>vs laid ijown by tlia Labor Party, ; it may recoil oil them in the luturo disas trously. The position is that in- the House i)£ Representatives the Liberals arc in a majority, but in the Senate they are in'the. minority. The Cook (.'iovorimmnt, although aL/ito..pass measures by means of tiie 'closure;- iic;' spite obstruction, In the House of Representatives, are now confronted" with the.astounding situation that when the time arrives in the Senate, for the consideration of these Bills, tile Bill is simply read a first time, and a motion is then passed by the'. Opposition for an adjournment, and business is over for the day. How: long it is possible for such a stale of, affairs to be successfully, carried. on remains to be seen. The Government contend that when Bills are sent to the Senate, read a ilrst limo, and n...

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UNGARIE BLOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

UNGARI13 BLOCKS. For 4;) farms, avcr;ijjiua " 750 acres oncli, lie Ungate, oil tne Wyaiong— Cuiltjullico proposed railway, 2i)U2 up plications were lodged. Tue number is tlie largest ever lodged for land in the State, mid includes men from all parts of Australia. The local land agents liavu a l;ny>; number ,of appli cations in for clients, but/ the "boss agent" is a Young Arm, who lias stumped the country properly. Re garding tlio class of laud,' tliere are differences o£ opinion. A Wagga. val- . tier had occasion to go over this area , « few months ago, and his opinion is that it is a mass of scrub, and that in dry seasons agriculturists will have a bad time. A Wagga laud agoijl states that the "land hunger is just as prevalent as heretofore, but the cat)se of so many applications for these homestead farms is not a de sire for leasehold, but it is tUougJil1 the Wade Government will bo return ed at tlio forthcoming elections, \yliich will moan an alteration of the present - Land ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 November 1913

F«rmer» are reminded Unit C. A. MAfBItSOjl ig *g*in buying wheat in nny tfuanftfcies, Wore selling olsewhore, £ot 4'qubte from biu.—Q

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