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LABOR'S PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

LABOR'S PLATFORM. 1 Constitutional reform.' (a) Abolition of the Legislative Coun cil, and the substitution S&erefor of the initiative and lb© referendum. (b) Abolition of the office of state Governor. (c) Full citizen rights for women. 2. Effective land settlement . (al Cessation of crown land sales, (b) A proper system of closer settle ment. fc) 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) State maintenance of hospitals. (c) Special cafe of maternity and protection of child life. (d) Supervision of unhealthy or dan gerous occupations . 4. Equitable industrial laws. (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 industry . The ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHERE INDUSTRIAL PEACE REIGNS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

WHERE INDUSTRIAL PEACE REIGNS While N.S.Wales, unden a Labor Gov ernment, is being almost continuously convulsed with Labor conflicts, it is significant that Victoria; .under ia Liberal Government, and without any compul sory arbitration, has not .had a strike the whole of this' year, and had •only three small disputes - last year. The Victoriaji system of Wages Boards, with its simple procedure, -and its entire ab sence of the compulsory element, is to a large extent responsible 'for the free dom from violent industrial disturbances which characterise New Soutli Wales There is an appeal from, the ,Wnges Board to an Industrial Court, presided over by a State judge, but the adjust ments by the boards are invariably so satisfactory that appeals aire rarely heard of.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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CHAPTER XXXV. And Now My Tale Is Done. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

CHAPTER XXXV. And Now My Tale Is Done. Claude's reappearance at home, was hailed with delight by his aunt. When the first greetings and explanations were over his first act was to go to the secret hiding place, where, as ho had been assured, he found "The Mystic's Legacy" quite safe. He then lost no time in conveying it himBelf to Miss Hogarth's address, together with her sister Inez's last written words, which she bad desired to have. On the following day e "ead an nouncements in the papfc, > ol the sui cide of Boloski, at the L. " ,e where he had made such a strange reputa tion as the Oracle. About the same time he received news of the Oracle's end from Miss Hogarth, who regretted she was not able to see him before her return to the East, and thanked him for the book and her sister's written wordB. Very little, if anything, was known about the previous life of the Oracle, and, there being no evidence to throw light as to the cause of the suicide, his strange and mysterious end ...

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BROKEN HILL STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

BROKEN HILL STRIKE. An inquest wad held last week, on Hie body ot ffm! 'A. Tagan, coachman to'the Silverlon Tramway Company, who com mitted suicide otl the previous Mondny morning. Deceased's son, imgiving exit-; dence, said thai on the Saturday he fisfcod his father why he was looking so all. Deceased said h9 could not then explain ■but would do so later. On Sunday morning deceased said, "I don't know Willie;.I'm trying to do things for .the best, hut somehow or (other, things are just the opposite,'.' Witness fcked why he made that remark, land he 'said /thalt when going on. •picket (Ones some hooli gans of pickets 'jeered .'it him. -saying, "Oh, he is all right till nay tfny; "»'e will be finished witli him after then." i Wi() ness told his 'lather not to take Tiny notice of it, and, after a Jiutle persuasion, he dropped the subject. Witness and deceased were speaking together 'later, when deceased said he could not Under stand why the pickets were asking the baker to allow them ...

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CHAPTER XXXIV. Back to Thy Punishment." [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

CHAPTER. XXXIV. Back to Thy Punishment." "I see that the change of scene has worked wonders in you," said. Miss Hogartti, when Claude called, as had been arranged. "Confess that I acted wisely in suggesting the visit." "You did, indeed, Miss Hogarth* and I shall always he grateful to you for it. I feel like a new man, ready to undertake anything in the cause we both have so much at heart. Do you know whether Boloski has yet discovered my escape?" "He has not. He has been too much occupied in making preparations for his departure. He will be visiting Queensmere House, Wimbledon, to morrow, and will probably then satis fy himself that he has removed you completely out of his path." "What do you think he will do when he discovers that I have escaped?" "You will be there to see what hap pens, and to give evidence against him, if required. I cannot tell you more now. It will be necessary to start from here at four o'clock to row evening. You may rest assured that justice w511 be done." "...

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JUST FOLLOWS THE DIRECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

JUST FOLLOWS THE DIRECTIONS. "My son gels so bad with croup he cannot get 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 cured. 1 never go to bed without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Jlcmedy in the house- for 1.don't, >uowi jrhen Sydney will bo attacked with croup." Sold by all chemists and store keepers.

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

Save Your Grass F.verj- .*!ade of grass lias its value to the sheep-Uceder. To save ii—destroy the rabbiL The be-<l and speediest bait is RABBIT POISON Thli splendid well-tested bait is testified to by well known lirmj: Ccldsboicu,;'! Met & Co., Dalgeiy & Co., Injector; V Sank N.S.NV. St;ilioi>3 and leading pastoialiilw Fiee bcok ami pjiticulats. ELLIOTT BROS., Ltd., SYDNEY

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HENTY STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

HENTY STOCK MARKET. Walts, Clark and Co. report having held their usual monthly (stock market at their yards on Saturday, 5th inslt:., when 3100 sheep and '20 head to£ cattle 'K'erc-, yarded. There was ti splendid attendance of buyers from Albury, The Rock, Yarrawonga, and surrounding dis tricts and every lot of sheep pffered met with keen competition, some high prices being realised. With !the ex ception of two. lots of 'sheep, <% clearance was effected at the following quotations; Pat xbred ewes, IGs 9d to 17s 9(1; Tat merino owes, lis 9d to 12s Id; fat .xbred wethers, l?s to 18s 6d; 487 fi-footh merino wethers, 13s 10d; 145 Lincoln ewes, 27s Gd; '227 6-tooth mer ino wethers, 14s; 214 6-tooth merino ■wethers, 14s 2d; 102 2-tooth merino ewes, 14s 5d; xbred weaners, small, 9s Id to 9s 3d; Lincoln rams, £1 .Is to '21 gns.; Cattle—Fa't Cows, £5 to £6 15s; red polled bulls, £1 12s '6d ito £2 10s; do., cows, £3 5s £6 :15s to -£7 2s 6d. -

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Urana Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Urana Goli Club. The annual meeting of the Urana Golf Club was held on. Friday 'afternoon, last, when there was a fair number. |of enthusiasts present. The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and; confirmed,, fbe oalance sheet a-'. l showcu'a f--ry satisfactory position., .i.i.i! Lais'' ST! was in hand, and con=, 1 > i- u tho vciy extensive- impr )vem*nl3 madeito r Vrks last year, by >v i T 'o 'Uniiikers; improved fairways, greens,.etc.. tli'S was: very satisfactory. This year .there would' |not be the necessity/ for sucli 'large' expense as the\ links'were in good order The Grounds Committee'reported (hey had made arrangements for putting tho greens in order and.Banded, and .work' was in progress. The links will -bo .'in order for playing1 in.'a week tor 30. Suggestions were made" for the "im provement of some of'the.eartli bunkers, these being regarded as too low,and even allowing the balls to loverrun them. Mr. T. Quinn donated £1 towards cosf of improvement of lin...

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PRIVATE SALES OF STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

PRIVATE SALES 0F: STOCK. Messrs. McPherson, Thom and Co. report having sold by private contract for the week ending Saturday, 5.th inst., the following stock:—1682 sheep and 48 head of'cattle.

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

FALLOWING. At the last meeting of the TIentyr Farmers' Assoication, a paper on fal lowing was read by Mr. R.'.O. iEulenstoin; He said:—Tin's is -undoubtedly .one of the most important questions for the agriculturalist, as thei key to successful 'farming does, in a (great measure, if not wholly, depend oa 'the methods of cultivation. The writer contended that the best time to fallow was '.during 'the whole of September and as much !of October as the weather would perm'il'. He did not like early fallow 'm this district, because at that time of the .year generally heavy rains fall, and the ground not haviugttiuch plant growijli to sustain itself, sets 'so tight that .when the operation of working it up cornea along, it requires a great deal more horse Eower, if not re^Ioughing. Then again, y late fallowing you ;give all'weeds: iaj chance to got a good start and 4when tho ground is turned over it forma humus, besides killing the germs.. Of course, different districts needed .differ ent ...

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YARRAWONGA STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

YARRAWONGA STOCK SALE, Messrs. McPhcrson, Thorn arid Co. report having held itheirusual fortnightly cale at Corporation 'on Thursday, 3rd inst., when a good yarding of botl\ sheep and cattle; came .forward. Bidding svas brisk throughout, the gale and prices realised well above late lates.

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The Mystic's Legacy (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXXIII. Pleasurable Anticipations. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

By W. H. MOYES, Author of "The Mormon's Daughter," > "The God Stone," etc. (AH Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXXIII. Pleasurable Anticipations. , Claude Novell's journey northward to .the beautiful Westmoreland lake . country was full of most pleasurable anticipations. He was going to visit, not only Miss Thurston, but the wo man who, after being sought for so long by him, had come so opportunely ■> to his rescue in the house at Wim bledon. Her terribly sad experiences had excited his great sympathy, and nor troubles, he hoped, were now near ly over, although he wondered how the end would be accomplished. Above all, he was going to see the lovely , girl who had been willing to run such great risks to find her mother. His thoughts had turned to wards her so much of late that he longed to see her, and to judge whe ther she was all that had been de scribed to him. He had sent them a telegram stat ing' that he was' coming, and he was ; greeted on his arrival at the station . -by. Miss...

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ANNUAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

ANNUAL REVIEW. Messrs. Goldsbcrough, Mort and Cos Annual Review for 1912-13 is now 'to hand, and as usual .contains much in teresting information. It includes a com pact, and concise review lof the woo! season just closed, and the tables of figures are so arranged as to prove instructive without becoming wearisome. Turning to the important subject o£ wool production, stress is laid on !tlie fact that no great increase can be looked for, and that the. season of 1911-12 can likely be looked upon as high water mark. The change in the char acter of the offerings p.nd the Sis appearance of really, fine quality wools is also touched upon, and taken ias p whole the publication is quite up to the usual high standard of merit, •

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Rifle Shooting. The riflo match between Tirana and Bethungra, homo and homo, took place •on Saturday. The conditions 'were, 8 shots at GOO yards, live best men <>ut of ten to count, Urana Wero 'ablo .to Vilace five good scores, viz.: Cant. Horniman, 39, W1. A. Yates 39, 11. Birmicster, 30, ! / Pollock 'M, and B, Ilvnes 33.—Total 181. ' The balance of Iho Urana team >ven| to pieces altogether, and it wiiS welt lor the team that the conditions ^hisi time allowed only the live best to count, A dull hazy; light and treacherous-wind was responsible tov lbCbad shooting, Uuthunpra scores—ij. Po-'llurcl 39,^ Boy ton 39, K. L. Dumont 37, •*. Hamilton 34, J. Dovine 34 -Total 183,

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NARANDERA COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

NARANDERA COURT. In our report of the rent case Tenison v Carroll, heard; at the above Court last week, it was made to . read that Mr, P. W McCarthy, of Lockhart, instructed by Mr- James, appeared for plain tiff. Mr. McCarthy acted for the defendant, Carroll, and instructed Mr. Walker. Mr. Trevor Jones, of Lockhart, acted for Tenison, and instructed Mr. James.

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WEARERS OF GLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

WEARERS OF GLASSES, MR, ERNEST BOSCH, F.S.M.C., tho; well-known Consulting Optician, of Mar tin Place, and' Pilt-st., Sydney, who ihas been visiting tllis district'for some years, writes:—"On account of numerous com munications received from this district, we feel .obliged'to warn tho spectacle public against persons using :our name and 'working upon our reputation, no$ directly, but in such a manner las (to mislead and make?) believe (that they aire representing us." Our Expert representative may 1)e consulted at tho Royal George Hotel, Urana, on 'Thursday, May s!i (li ,to (J p,m.), and Friday, May 9 {9to .11 .a.m ;

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SCHOOL OF ARTS CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

SCHOOL OF ARTS CONCERT It is now definitely known that Miss Mary Andrews, Wagga's popular soprano, and Mr. Byrnes, of Albury, well known comic per former throughout the larger Riv erina ond north eastern Victorian towns, will appear at the School of Arts Concert in Urana during Tennis Week, on Thursday, 8th May. Miss Andrews posseses the gold medal for highest honors of the Sydney School of Music. An effort is also being made to secure Miss Rene Davis, contralto, an other very successful performer," of Wagga, and late of the Garcia School of Music, Sydney. These performers will be supported by several of the district favorites, so that a programme of rare ex ception in Urana will be staged. Owing to the limited hall accom modation, the prices have been fixed at 3/6 (reserved chairs),- 3/, and 2/, to clear the heavy expense in staging. The box plan is now ready at the "Independent" office, ,and seats should be booked early to avoid disappointment. Elkctohal Rolls.—Wedncsdny uext, 23r...

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A Popular Priest SEND-OFF TO FATHER REIDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

A Popular Priest SEND-OFF TO FATHER EEIDY. A most representative gathering assembled at Sullivan's Lockhart Hotol on Friday evening last, the occasion being to wish goodbye to the Rev. Father Reidy, who during tho short time he had been in Lock hart had made himself very popular, both with his own denomination and the towns people in general. The chair was taken by Dr Hamilton, with the guest of the evening on his right, and Rev. Father Hanrahan (just returned from his trip to Europe) on the left. After the toast of tho "King " had been honored in the usual loyal manner, the Chairman read apologies for the absence of Messrs P. Tenison, M. O'Connell, P. W. McCarthy, "W. Day, Hunt, Link, Senr Sergeant Griffin, McDonnell, Westplane, W. F. Jackson, and P. Burke, all expressing regret at losing such a genuine good citizen as Rev. Father Reidy had proved himself to be. The Chairman then called on Mr R. S. Drummond to propose the toast of u Rev. Father Reidy." Mr Drummond said tho Chairman...

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SHOWS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

SHOWS TO COJIE. Barmedman.—August 29. Ariah Park—September 2 and 3. Junee.—September 3 and 4. Cootamundra—September 18 and 19. Jerilderio.—September 24. Temora.—September 23, 24, and 25• Ardlethau.—October 1.

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