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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

momm: In Busliells 1/6 you;have much finer quality., than the Tea, Canvassers sell, and it costs.; you less. > 50 • lb; 'i-rcliest - 25 , j, Canister' 12 .. l»/4» 1/4 • 1/5. t*y 95> C ft . - Vv'c• h'av<i;uhundred unci one linns to spread' rim- ••expejisrs1 over, and can, therefore^ sell a-, -..-better- article: at:a smaller profit than'the Tea C..nv.as.ser,wlio: has only one line to-sell:' LOCAL AGENTS; The People's Store Announces the arrival of New Goods in Every Department and now holds the largest assortment in town—at prices to suit all purses. Boots and Shoes by all I.eaLcSiE^S' EVialter'S and at lowest prices. In the Selection of BOOTS & SHOES Ladies' and Childion's wnnlB hnvo been • specially catered for. EXCELLENT VALUE PREVAILS.' Clothing, Mercery, &c.< In all the Latest Dosigns and Tastos. HAVE A LOOK AT OUR SHIRTS, HATS AND TIES— . J TIIEY MUST PLEASE YOU I TOBACCOS, FANCY GOODS STATION ERY, WATCHES. CLOCKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Narandera District Court. CLAIM FOR RENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

Narandera District Court. CLAIM FOR RENT. At the District Court, Narandora, ,on Tuesday, 1st iiist., the case, Tennyson Carroll, claimj £ 105 for ■ rent [alleged to bo owing for the lease o£ -828 ^icres 1 of land at "Mittagong" Jiear Lockharti. Mr. James, instructed, by Mr. Mc Carthy,' of Lockhart, appeared for plain tiff; Mr. W. A. Walker, instructed ,by Mr. N. Trevor Jones, of Lockhart, for defendant. I Michael Clear, deposed that ho was an auctioneer, and was employed by Air. S. Drummond, Lockhart. IIo knew defendant, Mr. Carroll. Ho remembered having a conversation /with Mr. Car roll, who said ho wanted to rent some gfruES . About 17th February, of last year, ho mot the defendant and plain tiff together. Tennyson said lie lia'jl some grass -toi lot at. Mittagong '(Ifogan's place). He said ho had about 820 .acres to let, and ho wanted £100 for ,it from the middle of March till the '1st July. Carroll said hoi would inspcct it. 1 Wit ness went out! with Mr Carroll Ibn 18th, togethe...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Oaklands F. & S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

Oaklands F. & S. Asso ciation. The usual monthly meeting o£ tlio Oaklands Farmers' and Settlers' Asso ciation was held at ■CaltiU's Coffee Palace on Saturday evening. The fol lowing members were present;—Messrs. H. P. Gaffney, (President), M. Kilpatrick, G. Kilpatrick, F. Patey, G. Olsen, jC. Olsen, D. J. Lane, J. T. 'Lane, ;E. .B. Skipper, Dando, Butler, Cahill, P. Inties, ana A. K. Trethowan (Secretary):. A general discussion .took place in regard to the •proposal of the Urana Shire Council to forml tha Urana-Corowa road, and a resolution was moved by Mr. H. P. Gaffney (President), That this Branch enters an emphatic protest against the expenditure of a large am ount of the ratepayers' moucy on the proposed formation of the Urana-Corowa road from the* Billabong to the six-mile gate, and maintain^ that the expenditure is not warranted in the interests bi the travelling public, and Considers that tlio Councillors of "C Riding are the best judges as to where the money should ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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THE FEDERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

• THE FEDERAL ELECTION; The Hon. J. M, Chanter will address Gublic lneetings. at Oaklands ®n: April 18, rana, April 19th, Boree Greek, April 21st, and Greenvale, April 22nd. _ A 'BORDER RAILWAY, ' To-day (Friday) Mr. Griffith, Minister for Public Worfe, and a-Parliamentary party, will visiti Moama for the/purpose of inspecting the route of' the proposed railway from Moama. to Moulamein. A strong committee of residents of1 Moama, under the presidency of the Mayor '(Al derman-Eddy),'has'been formed to en tertain the visitors. The Mayor of Bendifjo, • on behalf of tho Bendigo City "Council, lias written to (lie Mayor s? Moama to the cffect that BeiiUigo was watching with great' 'interest tlt6 .develop- ] ment of events, and would give any assistance it could in furthering the project. LABOR MEMBER'S FRANKNESS. One of tho questions submitted to Mi. Mathews, the member for Melbourne ports, at his meeting in the iPorl ■Mel bourne Town Hall, was as lo whether it was a foot; tlyit iMessrs.S...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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An Oaklands Land Case. WALSH v. ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

An Oaklands Land<Case; I WALSH v. ALEXANDER. This was 'an appeal from the pvh'olc of a decree of the Chief Justice in Eqiiity, Mr. Justict, Simpson, 5n the suit of Patrick .Walsh v. Louis Alexander, (both of Oaklands), in October last/over, ruling the plaintiff's demurrer to the respondent's statement of claim, Mr. Loxton, K.C., and Mr. Chubb (in structed by Mr, J. A. Hargrove, of Ynrra wonga, by his agents, Messrs.. Vindin and Littlejohn) appeared'for tho appbl lant, and. Messrs. Harvey and Sari dens (instructed by Mr. P. M. Sanders) for the respondent. The parties in tho suit are 'resiilenfe of- Oaklands. The dispute arose over the sale of a homestead selection pf 822 acres, and was, substantially, iis to whether Walsh sold U16 homestead outright or 'sold it, undertaking to con vert it inAo a conditional purchase. Tho respondent (Alexander) sued the appel lant. for an injunction to restrain liim from dealing with the property, subject to the contract, except in accordan...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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YANKO CREEK PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

YANKO CREEK PICNIC .RACES. •The following weights have ^becsn. de-. .-dared for Hio .Yanko Creek P.cmc 'Raccs to -bo held, at Morundalr on -Wednesday, 16th inst..— VKAIHQIjB STAKES.—Clean :ra, 11 12; Cassida, list 121b;: Little Tam,5' ll..ll; iWatclilower, 11 11; Clamp: 11 11; Major Fly ll^llj -Euabalong.''11 ?11;;Jim foot list lllhs. , Y.CPR Cup— Lcrl Dcrhy, list 41b, St. -Nitd, 1<3 12, llermend.Ue, 13 8, • Diadil, 13 2; Jinnmbali, '11-: 7; -.The Prune; :11'0; ',Vm3 Verit".s;r'10.12; Major: Fly," 11. 11", Jim Foot, -11 11. PRESIDENTS HANDICAP.— Jmniu Dab; 13st Cl.j;.Vino'Verilasjvli! 9;.Watch tower, -12 >7; .Cleanora, v12 5; Euabaiong, 12 '1, C.issida, 11 G, Duclnp, 11 2, •Jim Foo',10 7j Little 1'am ID .7; -Major Fit, lCst 71b, LADIES' BRACELET.—Lord. Derby, "14st" 61b; St;"Nita,i 14: 0; ilermendalo, 13 12, Diadil, 13 4, Tirtiunbali, 12 p, AlisS 'Simon; 11 12; \VatcUtower, ,;ll 8; Vino Veritas, 11 6} The Prune,' 4.1 6; Cleanora, 11 4; Cassida, 10 12; Bucliip, 10 9; Ro...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE STRIKE ENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

THE. STRIKE ENDED. The Government's offer of a Royal Commission to enquire (into the matter of wages has been accepted by fhe railway men, who have now returned to Work. Yesterday morning full train services were restored;

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Oaklands. TREE PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

TREE PLANTING. As the planting season is approaching it is hoped the Shire Council will mot lose sight of the. fact that ;tho township is growing, and thai more ttoes pbould bo planted in the residential area, and in places whore tho trees have (died out new ones should bo put .In. It •vould also be advisable to raako ar rangements for the trees to be .watered until they are welt rooted. The Trustees of the Recreation Re servo had a number of trees planted last year, but owing to the 'long (dry spell very few survived. It has (been suggested that further planting should be undertaken. Now tho Reserve is fenced in steps 'should be taken .to 'make it attractive, and if the trustees move in the matter they would bo (suro to enlist tho co-operation of the residents in their efforts! ta beautify the (place. GALAII. MATCH. G.'ilah Match at Oaklainds on Wednes day next. OAKLANDS TENNIS CLUB. A meeting was held at Cabin's 'Coffee Palace on Wednesday evening, for the jiurpose of forming a Te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

ejran'a. □nQnscannanaaananann Mrs M. J. Tracey, !N THANKING the; PuBlic fpr past Support, solicits a Continuance of tb* Patronage for the future. ONLY THE BEST BRANDS' OF WINES AND SPIRITS KEPI. • «• ~ Commodious Stabling and Attendants *--■■■ • Booking Office for Oaklands-Daysdale- Corowa, and Mucra Coaches. ' , . Arrangements can be made Willi Mr. S. Montgomery for Hiring of Vehicles. CAB MEETS ALL TRAINS. ' □ □□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□a ODDDODODDDODDODDDODD TliiRFi? . Rough op Dressed. ; h aHWflU&uBB " "* opnuiDoanaoaoDnDnaaDo Any Sizes and Quantity to Suit Builders. We Have the Most Up-to-date Mill in the District. □ Orders will receive Prompt Attention. Prices on Application to § ■MANSON & SONS Sawm 0 IB ems, DaaDOQaDaDDDDDDQDDDDnDDDDDDriDDaDDQDDDQDDODDDDDQDDa: (MANUFACTURED BY THE R1VERINA HARVESTER COMPANY, COROWA.) Finds Sale by reagon of its Superiority over ot'.ier Makers of Harvest- - ing Machines. The Riverma One-way Disc Cultivator Is our veiy latest m...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

Tennis. A match was. played at Cullivel Jje Lween teams from the VioKoria Park Club (Tirana) and, a combined team from Cullivel and Mucrai Clubs. It was ideal weather, and the teams were verj evenly matched, as the" final scores show. Urana won 11 sets, 88 'games, and Cullivel, 9 sets, 88 games? Fol lowing are the rosuiis, the Urana team appearing first:— Mixed Doubles, • A. Woodhams and Mrs. J. Wise iheat P. Gaunt and Miss Kennedy, G~4 J. Warren and' Mrs. Bolle boat -,W. A. Yates and Miss Yates, G—4. S. Montgomery and Mrs. J. Warren lost to J. Gleeson and Miss Gaunt, tf—6. ' L. Craig and Mrs, Kennett lost to W. Donovan and' Miss Donovan, 2—6. Gent's. Doubles. A. Woodhams and.J. Warren lost to J. Donovan and J. Gleeson, 4—6. S. Montgomery and R. Dalliston lost to P. Gaunt and W. Yates, 3—6. L. Craig and V. McColough beat H. Mauson and Wv Donovan, 6—3. J. Thompson' and E. Dalliston beat F. Dalliston and J. Murray, 6—3. V. Mcintosh and T. Smith lost to M. Gleeson and M. Donovan, 1—6. ...

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ALBURY FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 April 1913

ALBURY. FORTNIGHTLY.MARKET.. Mnlhieson and Davis report. holding their usual fortnightly market' ■■at the Albury Municipal yards onv Tuesday, last, April • 1st.- The supply consisted; mostly of medium tfuality: witli .a few pens of prime sheep. ■■;■. There was "-a good attendance .'of'.buyers:present and .bidding brisk,, anything prime selling well. Fat,Sheep;—Prime xbred wethers,20s to , 23s lOd; good, 17s Gd'to .'19s: (id; medium from 15s; to 17s; "prime xbred owes, 16s- Gd to 18s; good ,14s 6d 'to lGs; medium,'13s; to, 14s; priihe'jncrino wethers,. 16s Gd to, 18s; good 14b Gd to lGs;' medium , 13s to 14s. • Prime merino, ewes, o{ .which there were very few penned, 13s to 14s -3d; others lis to 12s -Gd,, . '. Fat Lambs.—A. •light supply of fav -lambs came to hand, for wnich compe tition was brisk 'and all descriptions-, sold well. Best xbred lambs, 14s 6d to 15s 9d; at which price we (topped the market for a very nice draft on account of Mrs H. Mullavey, Greenvale, Bowna; good, 12...

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FEDERAL LIBERAL PARTY POLITICS. THE CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

FEDERAL LIBERAL PARTY POLITICS. THE CONSTITUTION. Maintenance of tho Federal spirit of the Commonwealth constitution, as laid down by its farmers, in opposi-. tion to tho tendency towards unifica tion shown by the Labor party. Opposition to tho Labor party's pro posal for the amendment of the con stitution at the approaching referendum. Preservation of tho rights of the States to tho control of their affairs within the bounds laid down by the constitution. Controf of combine and monopolies for the protection of the public, but without undue interference with private enterprise. FISCAL POLICY. Appointment of a permanent Tariff Board of a non-political nature to super vise and report to Parliament concerning inndustrial. production and commercial exchange, the operation of tho tariff, and its effect upon the investment of capital, and tho employment of labor, and to make recommendations from time to time for tho adjustment and revision of duties where necessary. Correction of, inconsi...

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FARMERS & SETTLERS' PLATFORM. OBJECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

| cjwn . FARMERS & SETTLERS' PLATFORM. OBJECTIVE. (a) The return of members to Parlia ment having a practical knowledge of country districts and' requirements gen erally (b) To keep a strict watch over all legislation that may directly or indirect ly affect the rural producers of the Staibet (c) To put into practical effect the platform as promulgated by the annual conference :of the F.S.A. for the time being; (d) To assist in the passing of legis lation that is in the interests and wel fare of the country: as a whole. PLATFORM. fa) The right of every citizen to his freehold.. (b) Choice of tenure, with the right of leasehold conversion. fc) Limitation of transfer tcj living area to apply toi all lands dealt with 'by. the crown. * (d) Land settlement to he paramount over revenue. (c) A vigorous policy of settlement, by making suitable crown lands avail able and resumption of privately,owned estates. (f) Provision for workmen's blocks ad jacent to towns and villages. (g) Cons...

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CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Lockhart Parish.) [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Lockhart Parish.) Mass will be celebrated as follows':—; - V Mount Carmel, Lockhart.—Every; '1st and 3rd Sunday at 8 and—11 a.m. Vespers at 7.30 p.m., . St. Fiacre's, Urana.—Every 2nd and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Vespers at 7.30 p.m. St Ita's, Urangeline.—Every fifth Sun day (when' occurring) at 11 a.m.

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Rule for Measuring Tanks [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Rule for Measuring Tanks Add together the top area and the bottom area together with four times the middle areas, divide the result by G, and multiply by the depth. If the measurements are in feet divide by 27, and the result will then bo the size of the excavation in cubic yards. Top ... 60 x 80 4800 ... top area. Bottom 20 x 20 400 ... bottom area 40 x 60 x 4 8000 ... middle area 13,200 13,200 divided by 6--2,200. 2,200 x 10 (depth)—22,000 cubic feet 22,000 divided by 27—8,14 —area of tank in cubic yards, lr you want io nnd size berore sink ing you can obtain the length and breadth of what the bottom will be on "ompletion. Thus: This tank lias the lop measurements GOft. bjr 80ft.; depth, 10ft4; slopes on three sides 2 to 1, and on one side (tho roadway) 4 to 1; in the breadth. 2 to 1 for 10ft— 20ft, this on either side,—40ft. This substractcd from GOft. leaves 20ft. in breadth at the bottom. In the length on one sido, 2 to 1 slopes x 10—20ft.; and on the remaining sido, which is 4...

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES I " A Victorian who ia at present i:i Queensland sends this little story from the troipio north:—"The goat is a great institution in this sultry land. Not only do the inhabitants depend for their milk supply, upon Mrs. Wil liam, but William himBelf is utilised s>js a drawer of vehicles and a racer. Goat racing is the sport 'par excel lence' In parts of northern Queens land, and I have been present at sev eral meets at which the pugnacious and smellful quadruped has figured .'13 chief performer. Then there are gont shows, and the rivalry between the district; breeders at these exhibitions is very keen. Pat Hennessey was reckoned one of the finest judges of the goat and its ways in the north, 30 was a personage of considerable ton nage in the locality wherein he had his habitat. Pat was frequently referred to as "the judge," and this habit led, some weeks ago, to a ludicrous mis take. A newcomer in the district, who had some legal business to transact, heard of...

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

"JUur«h Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Servicos for the Month. First Sunday—Jerilderie, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. (Children's Service), and 7.30 p.m. Second Sunda/—Urana 11 (H.C.J and; .7.30 p.m.; Round Swamp, 3 p.m. . Third Sunday—ilartwood 11.15 a.m. (H.C.); Jerilderle, 7.30. Fourth Sunday.—Oaklands, 2.30 p.m.; Urana, 7.30 p.m. . J. Lacy Winn, Vicar.

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

GENERAL NEWS Oscar Hill, 18, a pupil teacher at: the Sunshine State School, committed suicide by shoting himself through the right temple with a revolver. He hail; been studying hard, and left a note to his father, which showed that he was 'disappointed in his studies. It stated: -—"I can't get to the top as you would wish me, and I can't be content to re main at the bottom. I believe 1 will be happier now. Don't grieve over Die." Enrico Gampagnoia, a woodcutter, employed by the Kurrawang Firewood Co., wandered from his camp, aea> Kurrawang, on Wednesday afternoon, -"arid was lost in the bush. A constable and blaclstracker went out on Wednes day, arid followed the tracks until Sat urday afternoon, when they found the •missing man near Ivunanalling, 30 miles from camp. Campagnola had wandered about 70 miles, and when found was practically na'ked and al most unconscious. He was brought back to Kalgoorlie, and is now little . the worse for his terrible experience. - ' » ■> e Tllo...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services for the Month. 1st Sunday—Boree Creek, XI a.m. Urana, 7.30 p.m. Saturday Evening—Coonong Station. Second Sunday—Gjree, 2.30 p.m. Bundure Station, 8 p.m Third Sunday.—Clear Hills, 2 p.m. Urana, 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday—Urana, 11 a.m.; Ron nd Swamp, 3 p.m. • v

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TWO MOSS STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

TWO MOSS STORIES. ■Many stories are told of ihelato Sir Edward Moss, o£ "Empire" fame. He often had to start on a journey almost at a moment's notice, and on one occasion ho found himself in a rather awkward position. The jour ney was between Leeds and Harro gate, and after starting he had the un pleasant experience of finding himseif alone in a compartment with three card-sharpers. Mr. Moss, as ho was then, was at no loss, however, in de ciding what to do. Indolently he per used his newspapers, glancing with a smile at the confederate whose part in the business was to allow himself, with apparent unwillingness, to be drawn into betting. In due course, as Mr. Moss had anticipated, an attempt was made to entice him into the trap. Then he lay back in his seat and, with a hearty laugh, exclaimed, "It's no use, boys! Why, I work thiB game myself!" With evident chagrin the trio put up their cards. When he resided at Joppa Mr. Moss became the owner of a pleasure-yacht, and was' in the hab...

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