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

THEY ALL USE IT. "If anyone comes to our home with a cold wo immediately recommend Cham berlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. Eleanor II. Blunt, Princess street, Bui imba, Q. "I have-, used1 it in sny .family for over ten years and all my married children havo reared their cliildren on it. We appreciate the reasonable price of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, its Wonderful effectiveness and the easy mwmss

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. EXTENSIVE SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Commercial. EXTENSIVE SHEEP SALES. Watts. Clark and Co., report having sold during the past 'fortnight 26,041 sheep on account of various owners.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

JUST FOLLOWS THE DIRECTIONS. "My son gets so bad with croup he cannot get his breath." v.'ritea Mrs. N. P. Lewis, Mile End, Adelaide, S.A. "1 just follow the directions with Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and ho is soon completely cured. I never go to bed without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house- for 1 llbn'l, fuiou] when Sydney will be attacked with croup." Sold by all chemists and store keepers,

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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LOCKHART SMALL DEBTS COURT. Thursday, April 9th, 1913. (Before Mr. C. J. T. Helm, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

LOGKHART SMALL DEBTS COURT. ; . Thursday, April 9lh, 1913. . (Before Mr. C. J. T .Holm, P.M.). ' Sumlar Sing S*. Mrs.' .T. .ii- ViBlkc, Roods sold mid delivered, £8 3s •!(]. Order for 30s and 5s costs, payable tin instalments.''''' „ ■' Same v. J. F,fe?io£ko, £5 ,4s •3d.— Order for £S anjpfjs costs., • , J. H. Hansen Jp J,- L, Wurlz, ibf-Iimcc.' of amou'ntv;dna|pn -erection of co|tagto- ? at Lockhart; /Mi 5s ;• 3d. —Mr;, (Trevor Jones for compKTitiaiil, and Mr.'JIcCartliyr.' for defendant. .. . : r . ■; ■ v This, was a. disputo between tlio part- :• ies in respcct to the building of ja 'cotvjgo at Lockhart. Tha agreement in writing between the parties in respect to tho building condiliosn was produced. It was a question of going into |it> counts between tho parties, and the P.M. gave a verdict for defendant. A Finley correspondent, to the Dcnill quin "Pastoral Times" says that at ;» bailiff's sale of horses seized under n writ of a li fa held fit finley recently Senior Constable ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Lockhart Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Lockhart Golf Club. The nnmml meeting of tho Loclihavt Golf Club was hold oil Monday ovoning Dr Davies in tho clinic. Tho socrotnry (Mr S. George) submitted Balnnco Shoot which allowed a crodit bnlnnco of £8 2 11, which was adopted. The elecUon of oll'icers rosulted ns fol lows :—Prcsidont, Mr K. S. Drummond ; Vice-President, P. Sullivnn and Dr Davies: Secretnry and Trcnsurer, Mr Hunt ; Committer, Mossi's Aitkcn, For rior, Seottor, Masnn, George, and A. E. Smith. Green Committee, Mossrs Ait ken, Sullivan and Hunt; Ilandicnppcra, Messrs Sullivan nml Goorgo. The subscription was lixed at, 10/6 for gentloman. 2/0 for ladios and 5/ for country members. 'V*' Messrs Sullivan, Aitlton nnil Goorgo woro appointed a counnittoo to inspect tho Show ground to try and arrange with trustees for links thoro. Mr Walker was miido a membor for tho yonr in consideration of past services' as auditor.

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BOREE CREEK FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

BOREE GREEK FARMERS'-UNION. . The usual mooting of the above was ho] I atLawronce's Hallon-Monday,'7th April. Tho President-(Mr. Greinor) occupied the chair, and there wore also present Messrs T. 3Vlorley,iA. Moffatt.Gi'iGane, C, Brown, "ami A. W. Aston (lion, sec.) • \ v- ••••• < .. • Mr. Frazier, Secretary :• Birrog.) Union, attended thb meeting; / '^ »Oorrespondence was received as follows—. Loiter of thanks from Mr. Falkiner ^com parative platforms F. & S. Association and Liberal Association ; > Lands Dopa: tmenfc, aoltnowledging.Iofciers re School of Arts and • Hccr. ation Reserve ; from same department staling thai the matter of workman's blocks had been roterrod to "Wiigga; f om same stating that trustees of School of Arts would be appointed very shortly." ' Letters wore: read*from Lands Depig ment to the effect that Recreation Reserve had been gazetted, and askingrfor names of not less than 3 nor more than 7 gentletm n for appointment as tritRtees. On' ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial DALGETY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Commercial DALOBTY'S REPORT. Dalgety & Co. Ltd. Lookhart report hold* • ing their xnarkofc on Saturday last 12thinst. whon they yarded 4250 sheep to a largo attendance of buyers. Competition was not quite aa brisk as our last salo but wo sue ceodcd in disposing of the whole yarding with the exception of 310 sheep. Crossbred owes and wethers 4, C, and 8 tooth in very good condition made 17/ 4 and G tooth orossbred owes in lamb to lincoln rams 17/ ; crossbred weanoiH fairly well grown in fair condition from 12/1 to 14/5 ; merino ewes in lamb to lincoln ram from 12/9 to 15/5 : merino wethers ripiug 4 tooth in good con« dition from 13/1 to 17/J the lattor price being obtained for a pen of C7 niorino weth ers fat and carrying good skins> Cows with calvcs at foot mado ^"3/5; poddies to £l: Draught mare with foal atfoot^42 ; ponies -fill. Next salo Saturday 26th inst. when wo will bo offering 30 head draught horses. It is the inteuuon of the Premier, Mr. M'Gowcn, not to submit h...

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 — 18 April 1913

NEURALGIA AND SHOOTING PAINS. "For seven years I have suffered with neuralgia and shooting pains m the head," writes Mrs. M. A. Cradock, John St., Salisbury, S.A. "I tried many things hut found nothing; equal to Cham berlain's Pain Balm for giving immediate relief. My son had neuralgia^ very badly but found a lew applications o£ Cham berlain's Pain Balm completely cured him." Sold by all chemists and store keepers. RHEUMATISM IN BACK AND LEGS. " For years I havo suffered with rheumatism in the back and legs." writes Mr. R. C. Philps. Storekeeper. Outtoii. S.A. " a nd have found Cham berlain's Pain Balm tho only thing that will relieve mo. I have found it ji most effcctivo euro for all aches and -]iaitiB. My family always use it for neuralgia 'and spraiij»." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers. In Bnsliells 1/G you have' much finor quality 'than the ; Tea Canvassers sell,' ;mcl• it cosls you less. . 50 lb. |-chcst @ l/'d *25 ,y Qanislcr @ I /4~ V2 „ ' „ © J/5 , " , ff • v\ v ha ve ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

PERSONAL. ^ Rev. Father Hanrahan conduc ted Mass at St- ..Fiacre's,'' Urana, on Sunday,.his first visit her since his return. The reverend gentle man, who looks much refreshed for his trip, was welcomed by a large congregation. Mr. Slock Inspector Gibson wis callod home to : Goulluint oil .Wednesday. of last1 week, through- tlicv'deiuh of his father. .The ..Gihsou family .have been for years .resident Ut Goulmirn, in pas toral pursuits, and, arc .well-known, thro ughout the' State. 'Mr. 'Dudley Gibson, late ./.Stipendiary' Steward to the South, cm Districts' llacing Association is an other son of the deceased. ■ ' „ While N.S.Wales, under a Labor Gov ernment, is; being almost continuously convulsed with Labor conflicts, it is significant that Victoria,1 underLiberal Government, and without any compul sory arbitration, has not had a strike the whole o£ this .year, and had -only three small disputes last tear. The Victorian system of. .Wages Boards, with its simple procedure,' and its...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Tootool Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Tootool Football Club. At meotingB hold at lootool and Milbru long it was decided that instead of having a club in eaoh town an amalgamated club bo formed to ho known as T« otool Football Club, tlio colors bo bluo, as worn bv Mil brulong toam last season. It was thought that by having only one club a strong team could* bo placed in tho field, whereas a club in each centra would only mean weak tennis. The following wore elected ollice-bcarors ;— President Mr Jns. Uolgorj Vice-presidents, Messrs W. "Westman, T. Lane, F. Bower and J. WurUj Committee, Messrs J. Garratt, J. Lynch, K. Wurtz, W, Mackaway, and II. Bower; Secretaries, Messrs T. Casliel and W. Bolgcr; Coach and Trainor, Mr W. Mnckaway ; Delegates to Association, Mesa-a A, Bolger and W. Goodc. It was decidod tUii-t' tho club affiliate with tho Lookbart .Football Association. Mr Peter Sullivan donated,^"1/1/0 to tho club, and Mr W. E.^ Barwiolc 5/, whilst ^*10/10/0 was promised, for medals and trophies.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boree Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Boree Creek. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The anmi-il iiu-etii) i; i t lite Boree prook branch nf ilie Woin-'ii'ts Guild took place on Thursday iubt in Lnwicncc'u Hall. There was a full attcndanco ol members. The business of electing officers, fixing dato o£ i lower Show and arranging for a " Poster Ball" occupied tho afternoon. After tho minutes of last meoting had been rend nnd accounts passed for pay ment tho election of Oflicora was carried out as follows:—President, Mrs Ptibst; Vice-presidents, Mesdames Onne, Scott Bortleson, Irons nnd Smith ; Treasurer, Mrs Bcvan ; Secretary, Miss Barwiclc. Mrs Pubst on talcing the chair thanked the Women of the Guild l'or their con tinued support, and appreciated tho honor of being again electcd as their President. If htr health pormittcd she wuuld leave no stone unturned to forward tho interests of " Tho Guild." It was decided to hold a Flower Show in September. The stalls wero allotted as follows :—Hoopla, Mrs Orme ; Pro duce ; McBdames Dr...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lockhart Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Lockhart Shire Council. Tho monthly mooting of tlio abovo was hold on Monday last, Prcsont—Crs. Day (presideiii), McGeocb, Boiling Brown, Slo cum, AVoi.'ilo'.i and K razor, CORRESPONDENCE. From Lands Dept., regarding'control of certain lands within tho slnre ,-irea •and also streets of Kingston and .l'loas ant Hills, forwarding lilhos. Showing I all roads under control. Ho Pleasant I Hills and Kingston 'Council should apply, for exercise of powers under section 'H, 1908°°''°" I'00,1' Government Act. I'rom Same, re Trig 'reserve, Mt. Galoro as to disposal (already reported). I'rom Same, notifying that<app|iacHon to have C.R, [1115, por. 78, parish •foolool, set aside! as P.W.P., had ibecn referred to District! Surveyor for report. -From Wagga Lands Oflico, ,nolifying application for special lease of 10 acres on Reserve 2127, parish of Edgehill, gravel lease, would ho dealt with iby Wagga Land Board on 24th April. From Lands Dopf., re (Council's Ietlct tirging action , on' ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lockhart Farmers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Lockhart Farmers' Union. Tko monthly meotin" of the above was held on Saturday, Mr W. Weedon (in the ohair). Thbro wero also present: Messrs Boiling, Glasgow, Moncricff, Lawson, Bloom, Weisso and secrttary. Correspondence whs read and received. A lettor was read from tho Seerotary of the P. & S. Association, Sydney, in reply to llio letter of tho brunch as to organiser. . Mr 11. Patten; president of the Associa tion, waB present, and gavo a satisfactory explanation. He pointed out that last year 83 new brunches were formed, the membership fees from tho members of which would not be due until this year, so thfit last year's subscriptions should he doubled' An organiser would shortly be available for this district. Mr Weisso referred to tho Branch's apglieation for throwing open n portion of Brookorip Stock route. Ho was informed that the plain country was to bo thrown open. If this was not enthusiastically applied for, it would bo mado an excuse to leavo things as they are. I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WELCOME RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

WELCOME RAIN. Encouraging reports have reached the Water Commission regarding the results o£ the recent heavy rainfalls in the mallee country. In the Walpeup east and west areas there are ample water supplies, which are regarded as assured up to the beginning o£ the spring at the very least. Even prior to the heavy downpours there was re ported to be an abundance 'of ;green grass, particularly in the burnt mal lee. Although four years only havo elapsed since the' commencement of settlement there are already 1100 farms, of which 900 are in actual oper ation, and 300,000 acres have been cleared. As many as 300 tanks -and 72 bores have been put down by'the farmers themselves, in addition to the 20 large public tanks and 66 Govern ment bores. There are four import ant townships, and otherB are spring ing up. The towns, young as they are, have a valuation of over £100j000.

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

LADIES' LETTER. By Cella. Men make money; but women spend it. The milliners are amongst those who most appreciate the truth of the aphorism, and turn it to account. A case which was tried in the London courts has let quite a lot of light Into the income-yielding qualities of a milliner's shop in the West End, which sells its confections to the most se lect circles. A lady employed to man age a shop—it is only one of many— and not by a long way the best or the most popular, confessed that her sal ary was £520 a year, which was sup plemented by a commission on sales, so that her actual earnings were in the neighborhood of £900 a year. Un fortunately for her, temptation enter ed her life in the person of an aviator, who invited her to join him in a trip toward the stars. She went, and do ing so, had the misfortune to leave the top of one of her fingers behind her. Her employers grudged her the day which she took to go aviating, and considered that the stumpy finger mini mised her abili...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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EGG LAYING COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

EGG LAYING COMPETITION ; Mr. H. V. Hawkins, the State poul try expert, reports that the following were the records of the ten led.dins pens (all White lieghtirns) in ■ tho second egg-laying competition now being conducted at Burnley for tho week ended April 4.— Name. Week. To- Data.; S. Brown iX 1462 . J. B. Bradley .. .. 21 1430-.: E. Waldon .. .... 11 1403 : R. L. Applefdrd .. .. 7. ■ ■ ■-i352■ P. G. Eagleton .. .. 12 1347 H. M'Kenzie 15 - '134G G. Edwards 4 1345 i C. J. Beatty 7 1344 W. M'Llster ....... 17 1342 W. G. Swift ...... 0 1327 W. Smith, of Kalamazoo, Michigan, U.S.A., is a man worth watching. Ho is the man with a dog's Brain. He had an abscess inside his sltull that threatened his life. The surgeons opened up his head, took out the ab scess and a good deal of grey brain material, and substituted the brain of a dog. The patient Was doing well when last heard from, but develop ments are awaited wjth great interest. To what extent will that dog brain in fluence W. Smith's ...

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

CAPTURED BY PIRATES. A thrilling case of piracy in Chinese waters has been reported. One-hun dred pirates boarded the British West ■ River steamer Taion at Hong Kong disguised as passengers. When the ; steamer was three hours out^tUe pir ates killed the steersman and a pas senger and wounded four other Chin ese passengers. They secured and . v. tied up Captain Holmes, Chief Officer Cornwall and Engineer Macartney, and attempted to burn the lady mission ary's cabin. They tqok the mission ary to the saloon, where she persuaded" , the pirates not to. liill the English • officers. : After stealing 1,500 dol. in cash-and <■■■. many valuables, they disabled the en- . ; i gines and escaped In boSts.

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

Urana P. JP. Board. Hie monthly meeting of the Directors ~ of the ubovo Board was held ,011 Friday • last, ■ when there wore 'present:—Dircc tors W. McGeocIi (chairman), JI. Carroll, .8W. Weedon, C; 11. uMc.GuIIoch, Inspector : Hoban, and .1. Wise, 'secretary. COJiKLSPONDkNCF. from E. Rj .Nicholson, solicitor, Oak ■ ■'lands, enquiring re. rates ion .certain .viands.' ■ ■From:l Itos. D,; Jewell, sending cheque 13s 7d, but. pointing >oiit , that it iwas higher th 111 he usu.illy.paid, ¥rom:: K. '0; Sclnrmer, forwarding, rates, /and enquiring why ut was more than usual. . From Thos. Simpson and J. O'Brien, "'enquiriiig.'il' tlieyi .were .liable. tor rates, as : they . were the .lessees oE the land. . - From Mucnamara and Smith,.solicitors, Sydney,' enquiring if any .charges were duo in respect, of Urangeline properties., ..From'1 Geo.- Orilipp, Lockharl, staging his land was all well enclosed with .rabhit proof fencing, and he (was entitled to half rales. ' Ilei also enquired the re...

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Urana Police Court. Thursday, 10th April. (Before Mr. C. J. T. Helm, S.M.). [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

Urana Police Court. Thursday, lOlli April. (Before Mr, C. I T. Helm, S.M.). ' Thomas Georgo Harris, in bankruptcy was examined. Mr. McCarthy appeared for Insolvent andj Mr. Trevor Jones fiu' creditors. The unsecured creditors nam ed in the schedulo were:—VV. A.Stoyles, £90 Is iOd; Jas, .Bell and ,Co„ #29 9s IOd; P.-J.-Lawson, £10 17s; Neustadt Bros., £48 12s 2d; and R. S. Drum .mond, £20 7a ,Gd, The schedule showed assets, £1212 4g ,7d;,land liabilities £770, The creditors fully secured represented £633. -Thomas Georgo Harris, examined, de posed that ho kept no books. The 'Cause of bankruptcy was adversei seasons. His life waisf insured for .£500, payable at death, andi the policy wasiin 'his pos session. He w.is* first aware that lie was unable to pay his debts about -the . 8th January, last* During the last,three years his totaj income was about £i200 ond iiis expenditure £1500. In July, 1912, he gavq a crop lien'to Christopher Ryan' for £333. This sum was made up by rent, wheat b...

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

SALE OF FURNITURE.   Messrs. McPherson, Thorn and Co., ;will. hold .ij sale of household furniturci and effects oni laccount of Mr. S. iHardy, at School of Arts, Oaklands, on Satur- day, April 19th, at 2 p.m.

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