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An Oaklands Land Case. WALSH v. ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 18 April 1913

An Oakxands Land Case. WALSH v. ALEXANDER. This was an appeal from llie '.whole of a decree of the ; Chief Justice in •Equity, 'Mr. Justict 'Simpson, in the suit' ,of Patrick Walsh v. Louis Alexander, .(both, of Oaklands),;in October last, over ^•uling the plaintiff's demUrrcr to the respondent's statement1 of claim. Mr. Loxton, K.C., arid Mr. Chubb (in structed by Mr, J. A. 'Hargrove, of iYnrra wonga, by his agents, Messrs, Vindin and Littlejohn) appeared for the appel lant, and Messrs. Harvey and 'Sanders-' (instructed • by Mr. P. M. Sanders) for the respondent. • , - .1 sTho parties in tlio suit are Jrcsidoiuis of : Oakfands. The dispute iirose ,over the sale Of a homestead selection pf 822 acres, and- was, /substantially, as. to whether Walsh sold the homestead outright or sold it undertaking to con vert it into a conditional purchase. The respondent (Alexander) sued the appel lant for, an injunction- to restrain fum •from dealing with the property, subject to the contract, oxco...

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

An improvement in attendance is noticed at the Public School, and considerable interestt is being   shown by Mr Gray, the teacher,   in the advancement of scholars. It is also proposed to have     experimental plots, ,'aiyJ there is 'plenty of ground' great deal     can be done towards beautifying "the surroundings at 'the school •if^the co-operation of the- parents and children are enlisted. ]f-the school attendance;■keeps up an assistant will.'be 'appointed,; and it behoves parents.to see that their children-a'ttend regularly. The Rev. Bowran. preached his farewell sermon at Oaklands on Sunday to a large 'congregation.' Great regret is expressed, at his departure, for during the twelve months he has been here he has gained the es;eem of the people The rev- gentleman" has been transferred to Culcairn circuit:-* x The following are the results-of, the shooting matchesNo. -1 sweep, H. O'Brien and A. Gamp di...

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WAGGA "EXPRESS" CEASES PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

VVAGGA "EXPRESS" CEASES PUBLICATION. Monday's ,Wagga~ "Advertiser" says: "The AVagga 'Express' has ceased pub lication, presumably as a consequence o! financial complications. The- paper wafs /.lie first established in Wagga. The original proprietor was Mr. Jolin Bentley, who skirted it just about 50 years ago. Later, Mr. Samuel Hawkins became proprietor, and carried on the " Express" for over 30 years. Mr. Hawkins (who sometime axterwurds mys teriously disappeared, and was supposed, to liave been drowned at sea) sold out to Messrs. Westlako and Todd. Since then the paper has changed hands several times," A country paper, recording Ihe fun eral of a prominent citizen announced that "a long procession of people fol lowed the remains to their last roasting place." The family expostulated, but the editor refused to withdraw the ■word roasting until the deceased's seven years' back subscription had been paid. A contemporary says that Sir Wil liam Lyne lias written as follows re garding ...

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YANKO CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

YANKO CREEK RACES. i The. sixth annual races'ioE the Yanko Creek Picnic Race: Club: (ivere; held at Morundah on Wednesday, lGth inst. The "weather s'watf (ideal for the occasion, and the fields, were t'ood. Results:— ATHOLE STAKES, of £10 10s. For all horses that have never won a stake or trophy exceeding tho valua of £10. Mr. S. S. Robertson's ch m Cleanora (Mr. D. Smith), 1; Mr. J. D. !Innes'.,b m Cassidia, 2; Mr. II. -Wilson's iblk 'g Major Sly, 3; Mr. McCracken's Clamp, iand Mr. F. Dunca'n's Euabalong. YANKO CREEK PICNIC RACE CLUB CUP, of £26 5s. Handicap. First, trophy value £21; second value £5 5s. Minimum 10.7. 1 mile. Mr. A, " L. McCracken's ch g 'The Prime, 1; Me. . Ci. J. Flanagan's .br g Diadil, 3. Only starters. PRESIDENT'S HANDICAP, of £10 10s. First trophy value £8 8s; second £2 2s. Minimum 10.7 lb. 6 furlongs, i Mr. C. G. Mills' b m .Vino 'Veritas, .1; Mr. D. A. Robertson's br g Little Tam 2; Mr. S. S. Robertson's ur 'g 'Birchip, 3. Only starters. LADIES' BRACELET, of...

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URANA v. URANGELINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

URANA' r. URANGELlNE. ■ The Victoria Park (Urana) tennis club visited Urangeline last week to engage in a friendly match. Urangeline play-_ ers proved superior and won by 49 games to 35.. Follows are the results, Urangeline flames appearing Aral:— Ladies Doubles. Miss T. and Girlie Mitchell beat Mrs. I J. Wise and Mrs. ICennett, 6—4. Sarah Mitchell and Girlie Mitchell beat Mesdames M. and J. Wise, 6—3.' Gents. Doubles. Markelly nnd H. Shermant beat V. McColough and T. Smith, G—5. R. Mitchell and Blight tat to V. McColough and T. Smith, 5—6. McCook and G. Mitchell beat A. Thomson and Les. Wise, 6—2. Mixed Doubles. Girlie Mitchell and A.' Shprmarit beat Mrs. J. Wise and V. McColough.. G—1. Markelly anil M S3 1. Mitchell lost to T. Smith and Mrs. Kenneth 4—(i. A. Mitchell and Miss S. Mitcnall lost to A, Thomson and Mrs.-J. Wise; 4—G. I G. Mitchell and Miss ?. Mitchell beat Mrs. M. Wise and Les. ,Wise,. 6—:2. Urangeline, Gsels, 49 games; .Urana, 3 sets, 3j games. The Berrigaii. Tennis T...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

TENNIS. The Victoria Park Tennis Courts were the centre of attraction 011 Wednesday afternoon, when, a team from the com bined Mucra and Cullivel Clubs played a scries of matches with the locals. It was an ideal day for tennis, therefore there was a large attendance, and many visitors from the country. An important part of the day's programme was afternoon tea, provided by the lad ies of the Urana Club, which added largely, to the enjoyment of the outing. In the play,, the visitors were too strong for the locals and won on the day's 'aggregate of games—with 4 games to spare—victory they secured with their singles play. The results were (visiting team firs, namedl — _ Genls. Doubles. J. Murray and M. Gleeson lost to i'. Nash and A. Thompson, 4—6. Stokes and M. Donovan lost to W. V. Bolle and Ray Dalliston, 4—6. W. Yates and Montgomery lost to V. McColough and T, Smith, 2—G. J, Gleeson and J. Donovan beat Les. Craig and J. J. Warren^ G—i. Total—Visitors, 16 games, Urana 22 games. Ladi...

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The Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

The Federal Elections. The .Commonwealth Electoral Act, 1911," amends the. .former Acts iniseveral respects, :and places certain restrictions and obligations on. the public and 'the press of Australia; The Country Press Associations of Australia lost Ino time in putting their views before the 'Gov ernment, and in asking that the Irestric tiohs should be removed 'in the ,public interest, but they mdt 'with an .unsym pathetic! reply. The Act Vendors; it obligatory on every newspaper proprietor to furnish n 'return of" the electoral matter (inserted in his papqf, in respect to which payment is made, the space) (occupied, ,the sum paid, and the names of itlie organisations or i persons authorising the insortion, ■ (Sec, hvery trades union, organisation, .lea gue, association, or body; of persons who has, iji connection 'with any elec tion, incurred any exponse in printing or' issuing electoral advertisements /or notices or procured the insertion in jxiiy newspaper of any matter intended...

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Run Over by a Train. URANA FOOTBALLER KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

Rti'nOver by a Train. 'URANA FOOTBALLER KILLED. , The sad s new;s-by wire on Monday last of the doath of Mr. William Stanley ^Watts, cast a gloom"over Urana. He • was killed on the Strathfield railway '-.Station at about 10.45 p.m. on Sunday by- a. city-boujul train from Homebush. The tram was just moving out of'the station when wail's jumped down to ■ cross the (racks. Two porters signalled the driver, who pulled up, but it was too late, for the engine had passed ,pver his body. Death \v;(s instantaneous Deceased was the eldest son of Mr. iWatts, formerly stationmaster at Urana, but inow of Wyalong, and was only 21..years of age. He held the position of' railway guard for Messrs. Barrio and. Cowdery, on their railway work between Urana and Oaklands, and 011 completion of that work three or four months ago left the district, fie since then obtained appointment as porter on the "Government railways, and had only • taken up his duties at Strathfield sta tioh,' near Sydney, two days pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

URANA SPORTS CLUB. President, Dr. Macknight; Hon. See., J. Trainor; Hon. Treasurer, J. Wise; Committee of 12.' . GOLF CLUB. . President, Dr. Macknight; Socrotarv, J. Wise. •J ' , "x: i ^ ^\ I 1 ! Stlsalfdl'Iimes) IA Serviceable I I Slimulaitl. I W. J. Wapreit forwarding & General Carry ing &;Gommission Agent.. OMRAvv eNDRRT^KRN the dispatch or noliv r- ory of aoo.ls: lo Mid from the LKANA UA.LWVY STAIIUO, at r^asun ab'c Rates. .Any. Parcels • or Goods addressed care uf - me willreceive prompt and carotul attention: V/ell Boring. iTSv l'n*pjv«T<1.-to-.l nko Conlmols foe liotirig JL -in lint Urana, Oakland.* utd Burri r.id ng dibtrots. ' - Kor-p;trUculars npplyio/y a- av- .■ -;•> Blacksmithing and Carriage Works. W. R. H. DALLISTON, ANNOUNCES that ho has recommen ced Business in new premises specially erected in William Street,.. opposito the Commercial Hotel, and ,.wUl,Jhere carry on as hitherto. . ', FARMING MACHINERY. MOTOR CAR. AND GENERAL REPAIRS, at...

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The Press Silent. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

The P. ess Silent. Yesterday (Thursday) was the .date o£ tlie issue of the writs, and from then until their return on 1st July for elections and 3lst July for the Referendum, newspapers throughout ilio .Commonwealth will be prohibited by thai Electoral Act from voicing any Opinions whatever regarding the Federal: Weetiona »nd the issues which are being placed before the people. From this out all advertisements in. con nection with the election must be signed, -and the; name of the person authorising 'published.'. Likewise all mattoro referring to the election must be signed by the writer, anrl bis name published. • • Thoro ore nil sorts of restrictions and penalties up to .if500, so tbo best way to avoid responsibility in for the nowspapur to keep olear of all onniment. ' We shall not report any meetings of can didates unless authorised by tbo candidate or other responsible person, and tbo report will then have to be road over and signed by the person authorising it. Fortius eor vie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

'■.'Commonwealth " \ ISitiih of Bustmlta Iranchos open for the transaction of General Banking: Quolnoss throughout Australia as under Ifaw South Waloti—Sydney and Canberra yictorla—M'»ll>onrno. Quconoland—Brisbane and Townsvilie. 8outh Australia-Adelaide. Wootorn Australia - iVrih Tasmania—Hobart. And at Egypt House, 3G-38 Now Mroad Street, London Ofcble remittances made to, and draff drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign IJills negotiated and •olfected. Letters of Credit and Circular Notes tailed to any part of the world. Hills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Hanking and Exchange Hnsinesa ot every do>cription transacted within thf Simmonwealth, United Kingdom and foreign comitates. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Agoncioa are open in practically all Post which iViuj Money Orders In the Australian Commonwealth and Papua. Withdrawal* on damand may be effected forflutntsup to£10nt any Olllce within \he Commonwealth II Minimum Rate of Interest on ,■'?? gfi(f% ! ™ Doposit o all ...

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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, 25th APRIL, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

httUptttttyu PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, 25th APRIL, 1913. LOCAL. AND GENERAL. THE . CONCERT. :® is How; Knqwii.that Miss Rene Davis - rootatrallo)y; and Miss - Mary Andrews " (soprano), both young ladies of Wagga, •wil be. perlformers at the concert in Drana on' Thursday, 8th May. Booking ■ for ttie- seats has already commenced as it is anticipated, there will bo a - crowded house. Miss Andrews is giving concert at.. Ganmain this week. FISHING. • A couple of parties fishing on the Brookong.-Creek, .noar-Urana, were suc cessful-; this week", A party on Wednes day-got nine fish, up to 6Ibs weight. STALLION PARADE.' The annual parade for the examination - of stallions for the Government cer tificate will take place on. Monday, May 26th. PERSONAL. Mr.' F. ,B. S. Falkiner, who is con testing the Riverina electorate, is the present head of Messrs. F. S. Falkiner and Sons, Ltd. He was born at Ararat, Victoria, in. 1867, and was educated at the Geelong Grammar Sch...

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FOR THE FARMER. THE DAIRY COW FOR THE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

FOR THE FARMER. THE DAIRY COW FOR THE FARMER. • ' There is a distinct personality about tiie dairy cow possessed by rid other animal. She is in a class by herself. She is both a luxury and a. necessity, because o£ her product. Slie produces an article o£ diet that is in dispensable and for which there is no substitute. Of all the animal kingdom thero is none so distinguished. She, is pre-eminent, and her example ; is worthy of imitation. She is free from-' ostentation. She is modest and re ; tiring in her demeanor, but philanthro pic in her nature. She is not spas modic, but quietly works all the time, and the result of her labor is realised at once. She occupies the proud posi ! tion of mother of her own family, and" foster-mother of a large proportion of' the human family. She is not' only; a home-builder, but a household provi der and an educator. She is not only a civiliser, but the advance guard. of;: prosperity always. There is no. .farihL on which she has been allowed to take...

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DETECTIVE AS LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

DETECTIVE AS LOVER. Furthfer revelations have been made-, in connection with the case ill which Detective Scliwarz effected "a !-clever' 'arrest at Berlin! by assuming the role of lover. He arrested a girl named Heinrichs after she liad made a con fession regarding the murder of a schoolboy named Tiemann. She snid that the ;boy surprised a lover'others' ■ named Schulz while the latter Vras burgling*'the Tiemann flat. Schultz' strangled the boy, and then hung the : body ' from a curtain-pole so as • to make the case appear like one of "suicide. Under cross-examination the girl HeinHchs has now admitted' that she deceived Detective "Schwarz 'in •'•order'"to ''avoid; losing "'Ills affection; Proceedings ate threatened' againii: Detective Scliwarz for having assum ed oinciai'authority to take the course he followed.

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STRINGHALT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

STRING HALT. Strange .to say,although a . .great"; many oases o£ stringhalt 'are Taeingi cured yearly, there is no well-defined, agreement among students of' equine? diseases as to the nature o£ this, mal-r: ady. It was formerly thought to. beav purely nervous trouble, owing to its;, f peculiar symptoms, but no one suc ceeded in pointing out any lesion at* that system which could" always be found in a horse presenting the symp--' toms of stringhalt; and on this ac count it was considered to be a.func-.-. tional derangement. When, however,:' it was demonstrated that a cutting *of a tendon would cure many cases, • there was a tendency to jump at -.tile" conclusion that it was alwaysdue a shortened tendon; Unfortunately;1 ■the cutting of the tendon does not al; ways effect a cure, and no other treat."' ment has yet been found that, 'will - reach the cases in which the tendon operation is of no avail. It does not seem that we can.,yet:-, discard the idea that in some case?, .' at least,...

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EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

> EGG-LAYING COMPETITION.' LIST OP PRIZE" WINNERS. . The follb'wihg are- the prize winners' in the1' seboria egg-laying' •cofniietlti'on at tiie Burnley School of Horticulture, 1912-3:— • : , 7 ; For the greatest total -number of eggBby'any-pen" during the cur-' reney of the' c'om'peti tion: ' First prize, ' £7 T/;-, 'i'eSoni^ —S. Brp\Jn'r(Gembroolt);':14G8' efegs;';'J.; J. |j,';6rilS4ie(Ne^dWj>'1454teegtiri:' ,E. wriiarori (Sfo'rwell), 1413 eggs, >3. White'LegKbrris. ' '••• '« i j For the greatest total-number* of1 ■jbbbb laid by a pen during thp first-four' months "of'the' competitidn;-'terminate ing' on 'the' evening '6f August' 14 (WIn;l ter test): First"'prize,' S',4 4/-r sec'oml,' f 2 '2/—S:' Brciwn, '480;xl; G.'Edwairils (Meritorie)','45G,'2. ' White Leghorns.' Special'prize (.£ 3 3/-) awarded for ,the greatest total number of eggs laid during the currency of the competi tion by a' pen of the'class "OtheV 1tlian" that gainlhg'flrst'prize iii section A: V. A. Litngdon...

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RAINFALL. The following is the record of [?] rainfall at Urana since 1870:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

> ItAINFAIili. The following is the record of ho rainfall at'Urana-aince-1870:— , .Year. mcues. 1870 ... 36.08 .1871 ... ... 21.08 1872 ... 28.78 - 1873 ... 18.30 . "1874 ...' 17.66 1876 ... ... 24.57 1876 - ... ... ■ ■' 11.24 1877 ... 15.07 , wrs ... 19.08 18V v t ... ... 18.09 ' 1886 ... ... 15.76 - 1881 1882: ... ... 14.45 16.44 1883 ... ... 13.25 I'd84 ... '... 11.44 1886 ... ... 13.87 18P6 \... 13.95 18'7 28.34 i u18j8 10.64 1889 28.81 ' 1890 17.93 * -1891 22.60 1892 19.77 1893 17.61 - 1894 2b.29 ,1895 1896 13.14 14.90 1897 9.48 1898 8.66 1899 11.11 1900 20.15 ^ 1901 .14.12 1902 10.48 1903 18.19 1904 14.91 • ■ 1906 13.42 1906 21.85 1907 11.85 1908 13.48 ► 1909 16.14 1910 16.60 - 1911 15.98 1912 18.92 -.1913 (to dale) 4.66 Average for 39 yearB—17 inchos. Widgiowa records for tho four years I 'procedinc are an follows:— 1866 17.94 1867 ... ... 19.84 1868 12.86 1869 ..r ... 16.37. . Rainfall for 1912:—January, .60; Feb- I ruary, 2.48; March. .66; Apnl, .0; May, .6; June, 2.0; J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

COUGHS & GOLDS Are Easily Defeated .. by ■ J; :HEAKNE5S Bronchitis Cure 8 Bad Bratih9 Hegckjfe kdig^Mm nmuit'ii"i"'i""",nu-"'-'"

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Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

Urana Directory TIRANA (NiS.W.)—A postal, money order and telegraph town,, on the north ern side of Urana Creek, at tliQ junc ^on o£ fivo stock routes, equidistant from Narrandora and Corowa, and bo '•wu Wagga and Dcniliquin; State Electorate of Corowa, Federal Electorate of Riverina, distant 70 miles from Alburv, 405 miles from Sydney, 220 from Melbourne. A daily train Berves Urana, connecting with ihe; main Southern line at;'The Rock. Coach to and from Corowa via Oaklands. There is a daily mail from both Sydney and Melbourne. The chief industry is are farming and grazing. Population of town, 400; district, 2500. Urana is the central office ot the Urana Land District, and the Land Board meets hero periodically. It is also an important post office telephone exchange centre, with 41 subscribers, all the surrounding stations and principal farmers being connected, it is also con with Lockhart and Jarilderie. Urana is noled lot the splendid gravel deposits in the vicinity, and the per m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

" NOTICE. I hereby . ,ire. Notice,thit POISON is laid in my xWdiJcka. Pvl). FEABEY. ' Mohot.gs, ■, -■ 13lli June, 1911. NOTICE. WHEREAS a Section of the Public are in the habit of leaving open Rabbit ?roof Gates on Station Boundary Fcnces, hereby give final notice that legal proceedings will be taken against any one leaving said gates open after this date. F. E. WHITEHEAD. Butberwah, February 27th, 1909. Notice. AMiUNE found Shooting, Hunting, or otherwise Trespassing on Urangelirie Pad docks will be prosecuted. ■ ■ " H. HAZELWOOD, - . . Manager. Notice. ANY Peison or Persons found Tres passing on Colombo Plains or Morun aah Stations without permission from the undersigned will be prosecuted. A. & B. KEANE. THEY ALL USE IT. "If anyone comes to our home with a cold we immediately recommend Cham berlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. Eleanor" H. Blunt, Princess street, Bui imba, Q. "I have used'it in (my family for over ton years'" and all my married children have reared their c...

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