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

Cootaintmdra Rifle Matches, The Riverina " Bialey " is Cootamun ura, and last week the annual matches took place, ihe Urana Club was well represented, and its members figured prominently in the prize list. Messrs. VaC'- A- L. Horniman, R. W. Alston, J. P Elam, H. Birmiesior, W. A. Yates, C. W. and G. E. Dunstan ..ere present from Urana. Messrs. Capt. J. E. Carroll and A. E. Vincent, of Boree Creek Club, were also .present, and shot well. Jerilderie Club was also well repre sented. ^ TIie Presidents, 300 yards, 7 shots,— Capt. T. McVeigh Young, and E. A Vincent, ;Boree Creek, tied for first place with 34. McVeigh won the shoot -off. Vincent got £2. Six scores of 32 count ed out of prize money. The Members, 500 yards, 7 shots.— L. T. Ryan, Albury, shot 21 bulls and won. N. Bellamy, Grenfell, shot 18 bulls, and H. J. ^Jamieson, of Junee, 10 bulls. Five others got possibles, 35, including Capt, Thomas, Jerilderie. 5 scores of 34 counted out. The Bland.—600 yards, 7 shots.—J. M. Jamieson...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE SHEARING SHED. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

IN THE SHEARING SHED.. 'A subscriber has sent the following to an exchange, which was posted Up at a shed by la shearer last season 1. No cockey shall speak disrespect fully off the -A.W.U, the Labor Party, Andy Fisher, the cook, ,the shearers, or the shed hands. 2. All cockies, before coming on to the board, shall have their whiskers trimmed, as tha shearers .'consider that some cockies' whiskers 'are as dangerous as a liarb wiro [entanglement. 3. No cockey shall" bring (seed wheat on the board. , i 4. In the event of la shearer 'Or ishecl iband iasking a cockey for tobacco #)r matojies the cockey shall instantly pro duce same, and shall stand in a respect ful attitude till tha ishearer or shed hand shall have filled and lit bis 'pipe. 6. Thei cockey shall not 'stand in front of a shearer for more than fivo seconds. 6. The cockies must not complain about the cut, A3 cockies are Jiot judges of a cut. 7. W|he(n a cockoy: speaks to a shearer or shed hand, ha shall do so hvith the grea...

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Handling of Wheat. Report of the Victorian Royal Commission Free Storage and Bulk Handling. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

Handling of Wheat. Report o£ the| Victorian Royal Commis sion Freq Storage and Bulk .Handling, •The long investigation <of tho Wheat Commission is at last -approaching fin ality... The commission is pow engaged in the preparation, of Its report, tvhich should be ready within ihe course ipl ■ the next two tor three weeks for .presen tation to the; governor.' This investiga tion was commenced in 'the year 1911 ■ fay a select committee appointed by the Legislative Assembly to inquire into and report upon (1) the present method of marketing wheat on-tlie f.a.q. (fair aver age quality) standard; (2) tho establish ment of a better system of the .handling of Wheat in its transposition to the seaboard, and (3) provision at country stations for thei storage of farmers' grain prior to sale. At the end iof '1011 session of Parliament the select com mittee was converted into a .royal icom mission. The members of the commission find themselves in agreement) in utterly con demning the ...

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

IBray ^©isp M©quiia"em©mte FOO=2 Aatuffiiffl and Winter FROEV3 liady's Goats & Golfers: 'Newest Fashions and Best Styles, care fully chosen ami linclv jirxcd. , Dress Materials Nice Limine of NEW.- GOODS.—Useful.. •? Tweeds, Ir;mInonablc Whipcords and - Ottomans, ;j.-.' Blankets &' Rug's Full liange of White ami Coloured ' Blankets. Australian and New 'Zoa-, ' - limd Uugs, Flannels and Flimnclctlos.,, ; of every description.; .... / . ! . .: Men's Overcoats Tweed. Chesterfields, well inado'....-andu Fashionably Cut, at LOWliST 1>0S- . - SIULE PRICES. Ileliahle Oilskins and Wntorjiroofs. ■ ■■ > Boots & Slioes Thoroughly Good Values 'Throughout ■■■ . nolwithstaiidiiiB the advances on,' •• Leather.. ';■■■. New Styles in LADY'S FOOTWEAR.. Glotiiing and Mercery Full Stocks of Heady-made Clothing1. Nice ItaiiRo of NEW TIES, COLLARS; AND SHIRTS. NOVELTIES in Braces. Studs, Mufflers,' • etc., etc. The People's Store The Largest Stock. The Best Assortment. The B...

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

WEARERS OF GLASSES. MR. ERNEST BOSGH, F.S.M.C., the> well-known Consulting Optician, of .Mar tin Place, and* Pitt-sU Sydney, who Jias Keen visitirig tliis district'for somo -years, writes:—"On account of numerous' com municalions received from this district, we feel obliged to warn the spectacle public against persons using :our namo and working upon our reputation, no^ directly, but in such a manner 'as (to mislead and mak<^ believe 'that they are representing us." 1 Our Expert respresentalive may be consulted at the Royal George Hottel, Urana, on 'Thursday,' May (11 Ao (i p.m.), and Friday, May 9 (9to !il ■a.m.)

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

Constable Glenn, of this town, has ■ received word to hold 'himself in (readi ness for a.' transfer. Prior to liisl departure trom Daysaale, Mr. A. Lee, who (intends to take a !irip to America 'and,' England, was made the recipient of a suit! case at a ^social Evening by Mr^ G. Duncan, on 'behalf lof tho residents. \ ' ,r Sir. Stuart hast been appointed as Mr. Loo's successor as. •manager .of the .Days dale branch of thq national Bank. Lately the residents of Daysdale have been freely expressing their dis-approval of the fact that the local post office us closed on Friday afternoons, The>. consider tho authorities should alter the day of the lwlf holiday, as, through being unable to obtain their correspon deuce 011 Friday evenings, replies can not bo despatched until Monday morn ings.

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

Railway Timetable. V «. • • The service will be by the'Down Ex press train leaving Sydney at 7.25 p.m.,. instead of bv the 10.5 p.mf. train, afl formerlja • DOWN.. . SYDNEY The Rock Tootool Freach Park Milbrulong Napjor Lockhart Long Park Bores Creek, Mncra Ciillivel . URANA URANA' ; TJranaaong CooraEin OAKLANDS OAKLANDS Coorabin - Uranagong Urana Cullivel Mucra Boree Creek Long Park . Lockhart Napier Milbrulong French Park Tootool . THE ROCK SYDNEY UP. p.m: deDart 7f25; arrive; depart" ajn.- a.m.; 6:40 7.43 5.56 6±18 7J5° 7J28' 8.13 9.30 . 8.55 U.40 : 10t 15 - arrive 10,45 • : depart 11.15 11.29 ^ 11.57 arrive 12.35 • arrive, depart ,a,m.. a.m. 9.50 10.7 10.85 11.80 11.50 p.m. 12.85 1.14 lt44 2.45 2*57 8.17 8+41 8J59 4.30 4.52 11.0 p.m. 12.5 2,15 arrive 6*10' Up Mail leaves The Rock at 4.52 p.m. fDaily, Saturdays excepted, from Sydney *On Sundays arrives Sydney 6.25 a.m. , ■ gets* t Call* fo filck

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CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Lockhart Parish.) [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Lockhart Parish.} Mass will bo celebrated as follows:— Mount Carmel, Lockhart.—Every 1st and 3rd Sunday at 8 and 11 a.m. Vespers at 7.80 p.m. St. Fiacre's, > Urana.—Every 2nd and 4th Sunday at , 11 a.m. Vespers at 7.30 p.m. St Ita's, UrangelitU}.—Every fifth Sun day (when ofcturriHg) at 11 a.m.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services for the Month. 1st Sunday—Boree Creek, 11 a.m.; Urana, 7.30 p.m. Saturday Evening—Coonong Station. Second Sunday—G jreo, 2.30 p.m. ; Bundure Station, 8 p.m Tliird Sunday.—Clear Hills, 2 p.m.; Urana, 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday—Urana, 11 a.m.; Rou nd Swamp, 3 p.m.

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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

'Jliurili Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services for the Month. First Sunday—Jerilderie, 11 a.m., 3 p.m. (Children s Service), and 7.30 p.m. .Second. Sunda f—Urana 11 (H.C.) and 7.30 p.m.; Round Swamp, 3 p.m. Third Sunday—Hartwood 11.16 a.m. (H.C.); Jerildene, 7.30. Fourth Sunday.—Oaklands, 2:30 p.m.; Urana, 7.30 p.m. J. Lacy Winn, Vicar..

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

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. A number o£ now subscribers have boon 'switched on" to the local ■ ex change' during the week; and:-there are now1 about' twenty subscribers! who find the /phone- a groat convenience, and when .the Railway i Station is. connected and- Urana linked up it *vill .be a great benefit,.

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

football: General satisfaction is expressed at the outcome of the delegation from 'Oaklands' Football Club to Lockhart Urana Association meeting on Saturday. Messrs. Dando, Putey, and 11. Kilpatrick journeyed to Lockhart, and met the delegates from Lockhart, Tootool, Boree Creek 'and Untna. ■ The delegates from Napier were not present, but it is expected that they will join in. The local supporters are looking forward to some interesting football during the season. As all the teams are on the railway line, the draw of matches was arranged -so as to enable two or three teams to utilise one special train to travel lo their respective places. Oaklands will take up, their old colors again (red and white) and as tne first matclr will take place at Lockhart on 31st May, the sooner our hoys get together for practice the bettor, A .meeting of the Club;, will'be held: this (Saturday) night, when a full at tendance is requested.

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CLEARING SALE AT OAKLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

I ' CLEARING SALE AT OAKLANDS. : Messrs; McPherson, Thora and Co., .aniidunco I an; exteitsivc clearing .salo- oiv •account of Mr,. P.'Walsh; at paklands, jpn Wednesday, May' 7th. The whole of . his farming' plant comprising horses, iriiachincfy, harness, etc., will be offered.

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District Football Association [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

A mooting of dolcgatcs wns hold (it Sulli van's Lookbart Hotol on Saturday, Mr P. Sullivan in tho olmir. The following olubu wore roproaontod.—(Urann) Messrs Hoban and O'Noill: (Borcc) Messrs (J'Noill and Ornio ; (Oaklands) Mrssrs Pivtoy and Kil patriok; (Tootool) MessrB 'Bolger and Goodo ; (Loelthnrt) Messrs Cavonagh and Smith. Messrs. Bolger (Presidenl Tootool and Dando (President Oaklands Club.i wore also present. :Mr. Potor Sullivan (hanked the meet ing for electing .him chairman. lie sin cerely welcomed them all. The fact that there were . two delogates present from two new clubs augured well, and he thought that there need bo 110 fear but that tho coming season would ho a successful one. ('pplaiiso.) It was dcoidod that tho Sullivan Gup 10 won twice in succossion orthreo times in all. The Secretary rend the balance sheet which showed—Receipts, £86 Is Gdf Expenditure, £81 15s; credit balance, £4 15s 3d. .Delegates Bolgor Suid Cavonagh moved that the balance sheet lie adopted. D...

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URANA ANNUAL RACES EXCELLENT ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

URANA ANNUAL RAGES EXCELLENT ENTRIES. Nominations for (he main events of the forthcoming race nieeling—Wednes day, April 30th—closed oil Wednesday evening. The' Secretary, Mr. J. Wise, goes to Wagga today to arrange for the handicapping. The nominations are as follow:— TRIAL STAKES. 1. H. Doolan's INVENTED 2. H. Doolan's MAGAFOAN. 3. G. Thompson's PLAIN MARY. 4. W. D. Smith's PRESUMPTIVE. 5. W. D, Smith's YANI1ELLA. 6. Gavin Low's LARYNX. 7. Joseph Innes's CASS1DIA. 8. E. R. McLaughlin's DEBUT. 9. C. J. Flanagan's BLACK KATE. 10. A. L. Morrison's BLAEBERRY. 11'. .G. McRao's JIM FOOT. 12. G. Power's GAN AN A. FLYING HANDICAP. 1. H. Doolan's MAGAFOAN. 2. C. J. Flanagan's BLACK ■ ICATE. : 3. Joseph Innes's CASSIDIA. 4. A. L. Morrison's BLAEBERRY. 5. H. iHaVdio's DITTY. 6. G. McRae's DIADIL 7. G. Power's MAY MUSIC. . ... HANDICAP. 1. II, Doolan's INVENTER. 2. C. J. Flanagan's BLACK KATE/: 3. G. McRao's DIADIL. - ; ; 4. H. : Hardie's DITTY." 5. 6. Power's MAY MUSIC. PUBLICAN'S PURSE. 1. ...

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

WHEAT STACKS. The wheat stacks at'the railway sta tion arc' not disappearing very rapidly, owing to the scarcity of trucks available and if tho Railway Department does not got a "move on" the bulk of the wheat will bo here for the host part of the year.

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

PERSONAL. Uov. ffm, Smith, conducted the 1'res terian service at Oaklnmls on Sunday last, in tho presence o£ a large congre gation. His sermon us well as his talk to tho children was much appre ciated. Mr. Mars, who has been Acting Post master at Onklands, has boon trans ferred to Lockharl, and Mr. Fowler is temporarily tilling the position. We understand that Mr. \V. Smith, former., of the .Uraiyi office, has been permanent ly appointed, and will commence his duties shortly. Three of our local residents, Messrs. Stewart, Maxwell and Pelling have boon allotted free farms in the Nortliom territory by tho Commonwealth Govern ii.ent, and wo-are informed that they 2 to inspect the land very shortly.

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

OAKLANDS RECREATION RESERVE. A meeting ot Truslccs and Guarantors of the Recreation Reserve was lielil at, Cahill's Coffee Palace on Wednesday,' lGlli April, Mr. M. Kilpatrick presiding. II was moved by Mr. Patcy, and seconded by Mr, H, P. Gattney, that Trustees and Guarantors form them selves into a committee to carry out air the work in connection with llie Recreation Reserve.—Carried. Mr. M. Kilpatrick was appointee Chairman of Committee, and Mr. J. Dando1 Secretary and Treasurer. The following scale of chargcs for use of Recreation Ground was adopted: Football Club.—Charge of 25 per cent, when gate is taken. Cricket Club.—£2 2s per annum, and 25 per cent, when gate is taken. Gun Club.—£2 2s per annum, and 25 per cent, when gate is taken. - Tennis Club.—25 per cent when gate is taken; Sports Meetings.—25 por cent when gate is taken. ■ -The' Secretary was instructed to pro cure locks, for the gates, and it was also decided i to have various improve ments carried out.

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

ANOTHER BUSINESS CHANGE. Mr. A. J. Mooro has purchased Hie well known blacksmithing business car ried on for many yours by Mr. J. I.Stewart, in Miitliorpo street, Oaklands.

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

GENERAL NEWS. Thfi Druids' Art Union was drawn on Saturday night. The first twenty prizes were secured by the following tickets:—1st, No. 32,817; 2nd, 184,477; . 3rd, 88,871; 4th, 134,103; 5th, 90,078; 6th, 114,376; 7th, 120,074; 8th, 100,585: • 9th, 139,509; 10th, 80,726; 11th, 134,029; 12th, 80,028; 13th, 42,872; 14th, 68,911; loth, 133,333; 16 th, 170,069; 17 th, 76,713; 18th, 108,000; 10th, 186,131; and the 20th, -80,208. » * • ... Lady Denman, wife of the Governor General, had an unusual experience at the performance of "Getting Mar ried,' produced by the Repertory Theatre Co. in Melbourne. Shortly: after they were seated an officer of the Board of Health approached M. ... Napoleon-Boffard, tne representative o the management, and drew his at • tention to the seat occupied by Her Ti-adyshlp. - Contrary to the Board of .{health regulations, her chair wms placed in the passage-way. The ofll cor demanded that the seat be ro rtibved. M. Boifard was shocked at i . the lack of revere...

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