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Urana School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
Urana Scliojl of Arts. —': it- ~-v: ■ A Comm'ttee meeting irs hold on Monday evening, whin "Ihaw were pre sent:—Dr.; Jlnclinight; (PresidJnt;/ . and Messrs. ■ T.. Trainor, .Fi'.Leseberg,: A,_> J. Wood hams,1' M." Wise,. ■ C. :W:. Dunstan, J. Warren,-and 'Secretary, A.:L.vHorni; -mail. • ~ : • The suggestion from the Progress Assce'alion to. place a lamp in front of the Hall was received. ■ 11 Was decided to hold a Billiard Tournament during the next month. Mr. Dunstan donated Jil-. Is towards tlio trophies. The Secretary reported a shortage of funds to meet the accounts owing, and said it would be necessary to work &lt;up something. The billiard tournament would help to maintain the interest in the billiards and improve the revenue from that, but somethingelse was also necessary. . ' Mr. Dunstan, as one of the concert committee, said they had in view a ooncert to be held durinig the week of the Tennis Tournament if arrange-, ment could bo made with the Tennis Club. The ti...
Pea Rifle Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
Pea Rifle Accidents. C Harry Dowell, aged 13, son of Mr Joseph Dowell, of Tumut, was shot Jeiid with a pea-rifle on Wednesday by'his brothel-, aged 11 y.'flrs. The family had just finished dinner, and the boy was sitting at the eud of the table, when his brother came from another room, and aimed the rifle, not knowing that it was loaded. The bullet entered between the eye brows, and went through the brain; but death was not instantaneous. Two brothers named Heydon, aged 16 and 11 respctiyely, wore shooting rabbits at Narromine on Wednesday with.pea rifli'R. The (;'der boy's:gun :.went:off,' the bullet piercing the\>brain: of "the younger, lad." : Death-was, ; instantaneous.- . it
Oaklands. PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
OsikBemcfls PERSONA!,. Tho Rov. John Bowran, Methodist Min ister, who has been1, stationed at Tocum will, has been transferred by llio recent conference to Culcairn, and expects to take up his duties! on the third Sunday in April. Air. Bowran: 'will conduct fare well .services at Daysdale,'at 11.[10 a.m., and Oakhuids 2 p.m., on Sunday, 13th April. > The Rov. Lowis S. S. Saunders has been appointed successor to ltev. Bow ran. The Rev. R. Simpson Brown, formerly a Minister of tho Tocumwal-Berrigan Methodist. Clnirch wiis married to Miss A. C. Fleoman, of Toctiinwal, on Satur day, 22nd March ,nt Narandcro. The llev Percy L ..Black ofliciated. Miss Fleuman was • entertained at a social at Tocumwal on the previous Wed nesday evening by her Church friends of that town, and 'presented with a Silver' afternoon tea service., She was also tho recipient of a case of afternoon tea spoons from.the Sunday School scholars.' IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. Ail in memoriam service to tho late Rev. ffm. Fer...
Urana Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
Urana Golf Clufc. ■ \ meeting in connection. with tlie Golf Club - was held yesterday, prcesntDr. Ihiknight (President), and Messrs. H. C. Skene, -R. L. Hobbs, G. II. Mowbray, N. Gibson, L. Tonks, C. \V. Dunslan, and ,T. Wise, sercetary. The main purpose of the meeting was f' r i lacing in band the work of pre I mug the links for the coming season. A sub-committee was appointed to see u it. It was decided to affiliate with the Sulntriiau and Country Golf Association, The Secretary reported a credit bal ance* in band. The date of the annual meeting was fixed for Friday afternoon next. Dr. Macknight nominated Mr. Angovc for a, new member. Mr. Motvbray nominated Mr. Tonks. Mr. Ilobbs seconded tho nominations. Mr. Doult who retired in favour of Mr. Falkiner for Riverina, is to contest Cook against Mr, .Catts, t, » •»•'*
YARRAWONGA TOURNAMENT. At the Yarrawonga tennis tourney, the results were as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
YAURAWONGA-TOURNAMENT.;; At • thu - Yarrawongn ^ tennisVlournoyj flie' results .were - as follows■ Ladies and Gen's Doubles: Champion ship.—Miss A. Aitken and. C.- N. Barnard beat Miss Swinburne and -D. .WJ Aitken 6—5, 4—6, 6—-I, and won. • Ladies' .Singles ; Cliampionship.—Miss: A. Aitken beat MissrRobin, G—1, :6—1, and won.-' Gent's Singles ' Championship.—T. H. Wilson beat J: R. Rennic;-2—G, 6r-4, 6—4, and- won; In, the second round, Wilson btiat R;: Hardio-e(Urana); f 6—5, 6-3. • &lt;• ' Gent's Doubles.—V C Tricks and V Allatt beat J. Jordan and h:- Tyres, G—5, 6—2, and won. " Gents Singles Handicap.—D.- W, Aitken* beat H. B. St. John, 6—Si-G^/pnd \won;: Ladies Doubles—Mrs. Barringlon and: Mrs. Sloane beat Misses Aitkon and Swinburne, 4—6, '6—0, 7—5. ' - Ladies and Gcnls Doubles Handicap*.— ' Miss' Swinburne and 'D; W. Aitkon beat j Miss Arnott and A. S.-Chisholm 6—3,&lt; 6—1., and won. ■ a ■
Tennis. URANA TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
Tennis. ; . URANA TOURNAMENT. vvInvilations"are now being issued" for: the>. Urana Lawn Tennis1 Club's' Annual' Tournament, on May 7tli, 8tli and 9th; • Tho programme provides for:— - " Gentlemen's Championship Singles.— Trophy value £5 os (to bo won .twice). Trophy, value £1 Is presented to player winning ithis year. &lt;- . . . Ladles' Championship Singles—Trophy value. £G 5s (ta bo won twice).' Trophy value £1 Is presented to player winning this year. i Gentlemen's Hand cap Singles—Trophy • handsome silver cup, to bo won. three times .This tropliy, which is a very valuable one, was given by; an annony-, :mous donor oE Geelong Ladies' Handicap Singles.—Trophy sil ver shield, l.o be won twice (the gift of Mrs. F .Simpson, l "Nowranie','); . Mixed -Handicap Doubles.—T-wo- tro phies value £1 is each. • Gentlemen's Handicap Doubles^—Two trophies, value £1 Is eaoli. Lad.es' Handicap*.Doublfis.—Two* tro phies, value £1 Is each. ! ' Arrangements are being^ made. for the usual ...
LABOR'S PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
' LABOR'S PLATFORM. 1.' Constitutional reform. (a) Abolition of the Legislative Couii . cil, and- the substitution Jasrefor of the initiative and the> referendum. (b) Abolition of the ofQc. of state Governor. (c) Full citizen rights for women. 2. Effective land settlement (a) Cessation of crown land sales. (b) A proper system, of closer settle ment. (c) Water conservation and irrigation. (d) State bank. (e) Taxation of land values. 3. Nationalisation of health. . (a) Free and decentralised medical, surgical and nursing services. --;(b) Stale maintenance of hospitals. ■ (c) Special care of maternity and : protection of child life, (d) Supervision of unhealthy or dan gerous occupations . 4. Equitable industriaLJaws. (a) Regulation of hours of labor. (b) A minimum wage for adult and : juvenile labor. . (c) Amendment of Workers' Compen sation Act. 5. Complete educational facilities. (a) Free education—secondary, tech nical, and university. (b) Free school material. 6. State iron indu...
GRANTS TO PARKS. Mr. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., sends us the following communications from Under Secretary for Lands:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
GRANTS'TO PARKS. Mr. R T/ Ball, M.L.A.," sends us the following communications from Under SflrrpJnrv for Lands:— ' ~ Dear Sir,—The sum. of £70 lia3 bcon Bet apart by thd Minister for Lands out o£ this year's vote, for the improvement o Itho Public Parks, and Recreation Re serves in your elcctoratc; "tlio amount for each area being as fMi.low!A Uriljn': Park £10; Brockleshy Reserve A.10, rSn'wn Cricket and Football Ground, £10; MJotowo. Park, ^10LL,ock1hartn?j?! creation Reserve, £10; Balldale Recreation Ground, £10. Voucn ers for the above amounts have been taWed to the Treasury, and the Trustees will be duly advised by that Department when the money, is available for their use, 'with the exception of the grant to Balldale, Recreation Ground Lavment in that case heinfe withheld pend'ng the appointment, of trustees. MURRUMB1DGEE WATER SCIIEMh, Mr R T Call, M.L.A., forwards the following communication Irom the Coin missioner for Water Conservation, with reference to the proposed water...
National Progressive League PROPOSED PLATFORM. Mr. Beeby announced the platform [?] the National Progressive League as follows:- FEDERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
National.Progressive League | ."1 PROPOSED PLATFORM. Mr. Beeby announced the platform o. the National Progressive League as fol lows FEDERAL, 1. Encouragement of national develop ment, irrespective of State boundaries. 2. The summoning of a national con vention, elected on the Federal franchise, for the purposo of considering the re arrangement of the Federal compact, and reporting to Parliament 'as to amend ments of the Constitution. 3. Effective. voting; adoption of the initiative, and extension of the referon. dum. STATE. 1. Constitutional and Parliamentary Reform. fa) abolition of machine politics, and modification of the system of party gov ernment. (b )electoral reform in the direction of more effective voting, and adoption of the initiative and referendum. (c) Elective Ministries. (d) Amendment of parliamentary Stan ding Orders, with n -view of removal of rules of debate, that lend themselves to obstruction, and restoring right of free discussion on all important matters ^TUa...
To Let. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
To Let. Mr. X. is a respectable gentleman : who, though he has been married sev eral years, has not yet lost his ad miration for a pretty girl. Having oc-: • casion to remove from his present abode, he was recently looking for a suitable house, and discovered one to--. let in a quiet street. Upon ringing , the bell a very piquant and lovely Irish girl came to the door, looking quite charming in her black dress and mob cap. "Is this house to let?" asked X, "Yes." 1 "Yes." "Are you to be let with it?" ho ask ed with a bland smile. "No, sir." answered the maid very demurely, "I am to be let—alone!"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
JUST FOLLOWS THE DIRECTIONS. "My son gets so bad with croup he cannot got his breath," writes Mrs. N. P. Lewis, Mile End, Adelaide, S.A. "I just follow the directions: With Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and he is soon completely curcd. I never go to bed without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Jlemedy in tho housH)- for I tl'on'tv ^jiohi whon Sydney will be attacked with cQnrapi" SoKI by all chemist* and store kfeSpte'rB,
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
Obituary. It is witli regret that we have to chronicle the death of Mr. Daniel Charlton, of Green's Gunyah Hotel) from cardiac failure, at! the age of 65 years. Deceased, with "his wife and family, came to I,ock hart some seven years ago and took over this well-hnown hostelry. Being a martyr to rheumatism the late Mr. Charlton lived a quiet life, and the end came peacefully whilst seated in his chair on Thursday morning. The funeral on Sunday afternoon was a large one, Rev. Father Reidy officiating at the grave. The funeral arrangements were carried out by, J. Nolan & Co.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
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WHY DID CAPTAIN SCOTT FAIL? [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
WHY DID CAPTAIN SCOTT FAIL? At the very moment Captain Amund isen was telling for tho first time in public the story of how he reached the South Pole, Captain Scott was gasp ing out his last; breath in his frozen tend that was to be his tomb. From this point Mr. Carlyle Smytho begins a new and most interesting contribution, to tho literature of tho Polar tragedy in tho April issue of "Life," just to hand. Mr. Smythc's article is in; 'part an interview with Captain Amundsen, and ho shows that, long T)ofore an,y news of the deaVh of Scott and his companions reached tho public^ Amundsen predicted tho trag edy. So certain was 'ho that Scott Kvould never return that he altered certain arrangements in his lecturing lour. The reasons for his forecast; are 'hero all pot out with clearness and detail, and the cfleet of tho articlef is to heighten tho reader's admiration for tho man who found the South Polo without in any way lessening his respect for the herora who lost their lives in tho fr...
LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
LADIES' LETTER. By Cella. A clerk who happened to be working back at Dalgety's the other evening, on hearing the telephone ring ratlitr violently, rushed to the receiver to demand who was speaking and why. "It's Mrs. Dash,' responded a feminine voice in plaintive accents. "I'want No! Not a broom! No! No! Not a groom! I want a room. "Sorry," re plied the clerk-politely, "but we don't stock rooms." "I want to come and board with you!" cried Mrs. Dash, in a louder tone, "But," responded th£ astonished youth at the other end of the 'phone, r.s he blushed to himself, "I don't live here although I stop rather late occasionally. And the Jinn does not take boarders." "Are not you 'Dalgety"!" almost screamed the feminine voice, fiercely. "Certainly, answered the clerk, gently. "Well, are not you the boarding-house?" sh&lt;>. queried. "Not exactly," was the reply. "This is Dalgety and Co., wool msf" chants. I expect you want 'Delgetti' " "I do," breathed the voice. Then there was a...
A FABLE FOR SPINSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
A FABLE FOR SPiNSTERS. There was once a maiden whose many charms drew scores of suitors from far and near. All were goodly youths, some wealthy and handsome, and bringing rich gifts; others still, amiable and generous; but all alike bowed to her slightest wish, and were that anxious to please her as to give up clubs, smoking, or the newspaper habit. The maiden was sore perplexed to choose from such fair-speaking youths, so she thought, "I will take counsel with Goody Wiseacre. Six times has she renewed her vows to Hymen. Surely, her experience will tell which gifts wear best in a husband." The old Goody listened as the mai den told over the claims of each suitor; then, solemnly shaking her head, the dame answered thus: "Choose as you will, my child, you will find that men are different, but husbands are all alike." It is not going too far to say that If we wish to be happy wo must try to be good. More happiness is to be gained by Beit-denial than by self-in dulgence.
FOR THE DEFENCE. A SPLENDID TALE OF A "BAD HAT." [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
FOR THE DEFENCE. A SPLENDID TALE OF A "BAD HAT." ■ I hear youi* cousin Hugh's dead," observed Brocton, snipping off the end o£ a cigar. Billy—Sir William Hadley—nodded, and, twirling the stem o£ his port glass, | stared fixedly at the glowing depths of' the wine. "A good riddaoce, eh, Billy?" sug gested Brocton, glancing at our host. "He was always a bad hat," remark ed Trench. "Was he—I wonder?" said Billy quietly. "Let me bore you fellows with a story—a true one. D'you mind?" "Fire away," said Brocton. And Billy, still gazing ai the oily surface of the port, began: "We were out after bass, whiffing, at the mouth of the Teign, Hugh and I, having motored over from home— the Chase is about five miles up the river. Hugh was staying with me, and he was always mad on sea-fish 'n&_ and he made me go. We were fishing on the ebb, and the tide came swirling and chopping out over the bar like a mill-race. "We hadn't been half-an-hour at it before the boat began to make water. I drew ...
MORAL REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
MORAL REFLECTIONS. An aimless life is always an un happy life. Nothing in the world was ever built without a dream at the beginning. It is the nature of the human dispo sition to hate him whom you have in jured. Thou shalt not rise by grieving over the irremediable past, but by remedy ing the present. \ Evil springs from the misuse of life; it is the rust that comes out on the neglected machine. Hasten slowly, and without losing heart put your work twenty times upon the anvil. Life is a battle, not a parade, and it is for us to make to-day's defeats to-morrow's conquests. Man is the animal that imakes bar gains. No other animal does this. One dog cannot exchange a bone with another. It is ordained in the eternal consti tution of things that men of intemper ate minds cannot be free; their pas sions forge their fetters. Woman is often unfair to man lu not realising his need of sympathy in his hand-to hand battle with the outer world. She utterly forgets that there is no loneliness so ...
Very Doubtful. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
Very Doubtful. The recent death of Sir George Dar win, son of the great Charles Darwin, has recalled one of the stories he de lighted to tell. ' Some time after his father, publish ed his famous book, "The Origin of • > ■ Species,"- which proves according to i, the popular idea, that "we are all de- •(■.(. scended from monkeys," the Darwin , i family one day heard a tremendous uproar in the servants' hall. At last, unable to stand it any longer, Mrs. . Darwin descended to demand an ex- ■ ■ planation. "Robinson," she said sternly, ad- -v dressing the cook, "what is the mean ing of tills disturbance?" "Well, mum," the cook explained apologetically, "It's all along of Mr. Briggs, the butler, mum. He wants to prove as "ow we're all descended r from Darwin, mum, and some of us 'as our doubts." } Jack: "Once more, Molly,1 will you marry me?" > Molly. "For the twelfth time this hour, I tell you I will not." Jack (of the Navy): "Well, twelve , knots an hour is not bad speed for a litt...
Never Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 4 April 1913
Never Again. A young curate was recently ap-. pointed to his first vicarage. As it happened, the average attend ance at the church was distinctly on the small side, but a large congrega tion turned up to hear the new vicar preach his first sermon. As he entered the church the old verger plucked him by the arm. and whispered: "Take a good look at the congrega tion, sir. You'll never see them all to gether again!"