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SOCIAL EVENING TO MR. OLSEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 25 April 1913

SOCIAL EVENING TO MR. OLSEN. A pleasant social evening, arranged by members of the Loyal Oaklands   Lodge, M.U.I^I.O.O.F, was held: al CatifllV- Coffee Palace, on Salurdaj evening to' say good-bye to Mr. O. G. . Olsen, who is • leaving the district. P, G. Bro. Mcllorie occupied the cliair and! after the usual toasts were honored, he proposed the health of the Guest, Bro. Olson, which was ably supported by a 'number of the Brethren present. They voiced their appreciation of'Bro. Olsen; who had been a staunch worker .for the cause of Oddfellowship, P.G. : Bro. Gaffriey presented Bro.' Olsen with a travelling rug as a slight memento of--the-esteem m ' which the departing Brother was held by ' the Lcxlge; A- number' of recitations' and musical items-were rendered'during the evening, and . votes of thanks; to Mr. and Mrs. :CahiU.brought , a very- pleasant gather ing to .-a close.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

Mr J. Burtscb, thu well iknuw.n l llenly Btornkt-eper, died lust; welt at tlio ago <■ f''89 : yearn. All t ou^li' bp hail been ill some weeks his-death wub not expected. The funeral was one.of the largest.Been in the district for years.

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OAKLANDS FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

OAKLANDS FOOTBALL CLUB. . A largo and; enthusiastic: meeting .of he Oaklands Football Club,..was;, hold it CahilPs :.ColTee::;Palacca on>Salurduy jvening. • . • The President . (Mr. '.T. A. -Dando) occupied, the-chair, and: after, the routine jusmess had ■ been disposed of, gave a :ull report ■ o( the ^-delegates' ''mooting it Lockharl, 'and . explained-' whatliiid aeon done in regard . to special : train, jtc., and spoke highly of the able way in which thevOaklands delegates, Messrs Patey and -Kilpatrick/f advocated • • tbo claims of the -club, Messrs. Patey and Kilpalrick also spoke of . the ; good. work.-.done: by. Mr. Dando, after which a .-hearty- vote of thanks to the delegates, proposed by Mr. Galfney;:was-'carr.od by acclamation. Mr. J. ICuschert . was .^unanimously olected captain, amidst applause, .and the ovation ho; received: on rising to thank the club for.-, (ho honor, showed very plainly that the < selection was a popular one. Mr. H. Itockliif --was elec...

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URANA FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

URANA'. FOOTBALL .CLUB. A meeting of the Urana Football Club was held at the Royal Hotel on Tuesday; evening, when lliorc were I resent: Messr<j. M. Wise (111; the chair), (i. Mowbray, W. Hollo, J. O'Neill, W. J. Warren", E. Fox, At. Fox, .S. Mont sm mi'ry, F. Trainor, W. Kusclierl, Ryan, 0. Dunstan, and C. A. Mathiesoii and H. F.. Tonks (secretaries)... Minutes of annual meeting were read an i confirmed. A donation of £1 Is was received fin in Mr. P. Sullivan, Lockhart, and this was acknowledged -with thanks,' Mr, O'Neill as one of the delegates lo the delegates meeting at Locknart, eiv a resume the mailers brought forward. Two now clubs, Onklands and i'noiool, wore allowed into the Asso ciation, and it would be a good thing ■laving more teams, competing. : A draw; s.milar to one proposed by the club, was adopted, whereby one special train could be utilised, by two or three, clubs and so make travelling inexpen sive. The Presidents ot bach club are t<« guarant...

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Football Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

Football Notes. Tbo iuclusion of Oaklands in tlie Lockhart Football Association Com petition this season should make the oonteat more interesting. The new elub is reported to have a very strong team. It is to be hoped the resignation oi Stun Williamson as secretary to tlie Boree Creek Football Club will in no way uiar the enthusiasm of tbo woar ars of the Ulack and White. Stan was a most energetic secretary ; we hope his successor will be as popular. O'Connor (one of Ganmain's best players of Inst Beacon) will be playing iviih Lockhart this year. He should 3e a big help to the learn. It is to be h peil the applications inllinu lor Central Umpire will be he me .iia of .securing capable and lonscientious men for the positions The niiii.lgatnation of Mi'biuioiifj md Tuotool' Clubs will benefit Loek iart team this year. Ben Huffman the Milbrulong crack of last Branon) las decided to don.tlie Redjand Black.

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Lockhart Liberal League. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

Lock hart Liberal League. A well attended meeting of ladies and-gentleman.was held at the School of fArts on'Saiurday afternoon forittie purpose of re organising the Liberal League in connection with the forth coming election)). Mr W. Day occu pied. the chair,,and 1/Ir K. O. Druu.J mi nd (organiser) was also present. Mr Drutnmond was secretary of the old League and presented a bal ance bliaet dealing with same. Mr Druuiuioud also spoke in res : pect to-Liberals taking an interest iD, the elections. Mr W. Day was re elected Presi dent, Dr Uaviis and Messrs Slocum and Monjrieff, Vice-presidents, and Mr Dny j<\ Secretary and Treasurer. A Committee wim.alsn formed ,to arrange matter* generally in connec tiou with visit of candidates, and tlie elections Hie Hubseription was Gxe'd nt 1/ to mike the membership popular, but it whs «Iho undersro id that a Fighting Fund be established and several present handed in various sums up to i-1 Is. The ladies presort Btated they would take...

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Mucra. WELCOME HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

r hi . - I ! >•! :l . I-; i ; I- & { :lucra. t fFrom Our Ovra Correspondent.) WELCOME HOME A very enjoyable social evening Was .< n lered to Mr. W. Townsend Smith last week. It was a welcome home to Mr. Smith and his family, who arrived Iut' from Gippsland oil Friday last. W.. are pleased to welcome such a hmily to this district. There are nine children, and these will greatly help to increase the attendance at the school. The Smith family will he an acquisition is they are splendid workers in any thing-for the advancement of a distridt Tho music was supplied by Messrs. I). Donovan, J. H. Hopwood, W. T. Smith (violins), Prof. Hartley (piano). Songs were contributed by Misses Irene Cornell ,and M. Donovan, 'Mr. \V. T. Smith and Prof. Hartley. • Mr. Tenkins affic'ated ts M.C. i i his us a! efficient mimner. Refreshmeuls were - provided by the 'ladies and altogether a most enjoyable evening- was spent. WHEAT SOWING. 'The.. farmers very, /busy getting their =seed.-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

If llv I'm .al- •! | Take 9 MOTS $ iJ ^^tlVYbM. II is at all limes 1A Serviceable Slinmland". Forwarding & General Carry ifiig & Commission- Agent. tJRANA. TT NDERTAKES tho dispatch or ueliv .,U cry ol. coods lo ;.nil from the URANA RAILWAY- STATION at reason able ltatos. Any -r.'ircols: or Goods addressed cnro of inc. will receiw prompt ami careful fillnnlinn.v-' •' ■ ■ Well Boring. A. J. McDonald iS Prepared to Iah'' ConlrnctK for Rnnnfj ■ in til - Urmia,' (lakliimls i'. id suit' ii.kL .ng dislnols. .:For pn,li(tu!ai^:npiilyvio •>; . ' ■ 'A. J. McDO^AI.L), - J'rnoi'v's Hold. U3RANA Blaeksinithing and Carriage Works. W. R. H. DALLISTON, ANNOUNCES that he has recommen ced Business in now premises specially erected' in William Street, opposite the Commercial Hotel, and will there carry on as hitherto. FARMING MACHINERY. MOTOR CAR. AND GENERAL REPAIRS, attended to at shortest notice. HORSE SHOF-ING A PSECIALTY. Vehicles ol all descriptions built to Order. Old Vehicl...

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URANA RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING OFFICE-BEARERS: PRESIDENT: Dr. C. M. Macknight, JUDGE: P. P. Gell, Esq. STARTER: T. Quinn, Esq. STEWARD: S[?]endiary Cummings. HANDICAPPER: Jas. Price, Esq. CLERK OF COURSE: E. Fox, Esq. CLERK OF SCALES: G. E. H. Mowbray. COMMITTEE: Messrs. A. W. Cavenagh, W. R. H. Dalliston, P. P. Gell, N. Gibson, A. L. orrison, M. E. H. Mowbray, J. O'Neill, T. Quinn, H. C. Skene, F. Trainor, W. J. Warren, J. J. Warren, Chas. Williams, M. J. Wise. HON. SECRETARY: J. Wise, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

•ANNUAL MEETING . OFFICE-BEARERS: . 'PRESIDENT: Dr. C. M. Mackniglit, JUDGE: ;P. P.:Gell, Esq. STARTER: T. Quinn, Esq. STEWARD: SfileTidiary CummingB. HANDICAPPER: Jas. Price, Esq. 'CLERIC-OF.COURSE: E. Fox,!Esq. CLERK OF SCALES: G. E.'II. Mowbray.: tCOMMITTEE: Messrs. .A. W. Cavonagh, . ,W. R. H. Dalliston, P. P. Gell, TS. Gibson, A. L. orrison, M. E. II. Mowbray, J. O'Neill, 'T. Quinn, H. C, Skene, >F. Trainor, W. 3. Warren, J. J. .Wnrren, Clias. Williams, M. J. Wise. HON. SECRETARY: J. Wise, Esq. The Annual Meeting -of tlio t'rana Race Club took pUce on Wednesday in excellent weather. Financially, and 'Siom a point ot view, the meeting ,was successful, hut the Hltendance was not so .large as expected. Possibly this lack of interest on the part of district people is accounted for by the spirit o? racing professionalism , pre tfomnating at the meetings of late lhe Club's, experience at recent meetings has been that one or two horses^will come along from the larger cent.rCS ° f t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

Commonwealth Bank of Hustraifa Branches are open for the transaction of Qonoral Hanking: Business throughout Australia as under Mew South Wales— Sydney and Canberra Victoria—Melbourne. QuoonRland~-Brisbnno and Townsville. South Australia -Adelaide. Wostorn Australia-Perth. Tasmania—llobart. And at Egypt House, 30-33 Xew I'road Street, London Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign placos direct Foreign Bills negotiated and •ollectcd. Letters of Credit and Circular Notes Iswuud to uny part of the world. Hills negotiated or lorwarded for collection. Ranking and Exchange HnsincsM ol every dcx-riptiori traveled within thf S^nmonwealth, United Kingdom and foreign counties, SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Agencies are open in practically all Post Officeo which issue .Monev Orders in the Australian Oommonwealth and Papua. Withdrawals on domand may be effected forsuimuptollOnt any omee within '.he Commonwealth Rate of Interest on 11 hflinimum /* Deposit •Dtii Ja*ca*t. 1915 3% all Dep...

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Natural Enemies. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

Natural Enemies. On a bench in tlie city park Bat two ramps. They were strangers, but be cause of the fellowship which exists among their kind they exchanged views freely. "Well," said the first, "I haven't al ways been a tramp. I used to bo a linotype operator." l "Is that so?" queried the seoond. "Why, I used to be a proof reader." The policeman who separated them said It was the worst light he over Baw.

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URANA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

' URANA SHIRE COUNCIL. Yesterday was meeting day of the Urana. Shire Council, but as a quotfum was not present until after lunch, we are unable to publish the doings of the meeting until next issue. The busi ness transacted was not of very groat importance. Representatives of Liberal Organisa tions in Rivorina mot on Friday last for the purpose of scanning the Federal rolls. Quito a_ number of omissions have been delected, and score of names of persons who have removed from the electorate have boen objected to. 194 names on Ihe Urana list have boon objected to, theso being mostly railway navvies who have left the district.

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THE HOMELY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

THE HOMELY WOMAN. After everything possible for- the comforting o£ the homely woman has been, said, the truth, stubborn and undeniable, remains unaltered. 'Ugli ness is nothing more nor less' than deformity. Nature intended every woman to be beautiful. She who-has: been defrauded of her birthright- has somebody to blame—herself, . or ^ an other. . .• _V.V: It is true that many plain ' women, brave and determined, haVe set up new standards of beauty and won the World to them. And this, in a small meas ure, is what every homely woman must do for herself. It is all very well to talk about heart and mind and soul, and all the rest of it, but every wo manly woman wants to be beautiful in person. "Leah was tender-eyed, but : Rachel was 'beautiful." And Rachel': had the best of it. <•. There are types of( beauty and de-. grees of comeliness," and a. woman;-:, must'be indeed fearfully deformed.1!.;; she cannot'come wit.hin the elastic..': circle of one of these.-' It is a duty-i ...

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WEARERS OF GLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

WEARERS OF GLASSES. MR, ERNEST BOSCH, F.S.M.C., the well-known Consulting Optician, of .Mar tin Place, and' Pi Sydney, who. ihas been visiting this district 'for some years, writes:—"On account of numerous, com munications received from this district, we feel obliged to warn the spectaclo public against persons using :our namo and Working upon our reputation, not directly, but in such a manner 'as (to mislead and raak^i believe that they aro representing us," Our Expert representative may be consulted at the Uoyal George Hole), Urana, on 'Thursday, May 8'i (11 ,to (j p.m.), and Friday, May 9 (9to 11 »a.mj

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CHAPTER VI. Missionary Work and its Trials. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

CHAPTER VI. Missionary Work and Its Trials, , Compared with this, how poor rc i ' ligion's pride, l In all the pomp of method, and of art; j When men display to congregations wide, Devotion's every grace except the heart. —Burns. i In the second week of August, 1855, on a Friday evening, there was a tu ,,,? 6 City of Puraohabad. It ' was Rhamsamah" day, and the peo ple were reurning to the city in crowds from the "Tops" in the vicin ity. A thunderstorm had passed away ,7n?t^'ard °1eI' the verdant plains, dotted with hamlets and homesteads. Ihe terrific noise rolled out in con tinuous peals in the distance, the monsoon rains poured down on the noisy, excited throngs as they gather ed round the grand mosque on the rising ground to the left of the Ma wak s palace, or as they assembled in front of the mean-loolting Hindu tem ple nearly opposite, surrounded by that jumble of mud-huts, with its seething masses in a state of fer ment making a perfect babel of sounds with their horns and dr...

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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, MAY 2nd, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. ENTERTAINMENT EXCEPTIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

')\\t fetm )[mtamUw PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE. NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, MAY 2nd, 1913. LOCAL AND GENERAL. ENTERTAINMENT EXCEPTIONAL. ' ' [ho .efforts . of the School of Arts Concert Committee, have met with suc even -beyond their expectations, in so far as that tho programme they w il now be abio to present will ho far superior to anything they had hoped for. inc illness of Miss Mary Andrews, in Wagg.i, the Committee very much regret in' latest ward from that young lady sutes that she is looking forward to .teeping her engagement, and -we trust she will be abje to. In view of tho possibility of Miss Andrews not being able to he present, however, it was Uiought to ascertain if Miss lima Eiiott • would fill the gap. Miss Elliott appears ! to-night at a benefit concert given her rat CLockhart. The position has been 'explained to her, and she has graciously consented to stay the week with friends lui Lockhart, and will, give her assistance at our Urana Concert on Thursday next. Urana...

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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 — 2 May 1913

s RAINFAI^JL. The following is the record of ho ■-rainfall al: Urana sincej.870. . , i Year. % Jncfte*. 1870 . *■ 36 03 1871 2108 1872 28 78 1873- -1880 , 1874 17 56 1875' 24 67 1876 1124 1877 15.07 1678 1908 ' 18V. 1809 1880 15 75 1881 14 45 , 1882 ... 16-44 , 1883 , 13 25 ld84 1144 i 1885 ..." ... 13 87 18P6 ... " ... 13 35 . 18'7 2834 18 j8 1054 •> 1889 28 81 , 1890 X7.93 1891 22 50 1892 , 19 77 1893 .., ' ... 17 61 1894 ... *2i,29 , 1895 1314 1896 1490 1897 , 9 48 • 1898 ... < ... 856 * 1899 11.11 1900 2015 1901 ...' ... 1412 ' 1902 10 48 1903 1819 1904' "r. ' 1491 , - 1905 , 13 42 ' - > ^1906 ' ..i ... 2185 1907 ..> ... 11.85 c • 1908 13 48 , 1909 " 1614 . ~ 1910 16 b'O 1911 15.98 1912 1892 1913 (to dale) ... 4 66 ' Average for 39 years—17 inches. • if iWidgiowa records for the four years :r preceding are an follows:— 1866 17 94 1867 ... ... 19.84 1868 ... ... 12.86 1869 1C.37 ■ "Rainfall for 1912:—January, .60; Feb ruary, 2.48; March. .66; April, .0; May, ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

Far Gomitipafens Bad BraAo Headachy Indige&ifi3B. ^amily Medicine

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Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

XJrana Directory . URANA. (N;S.WO—A postal, money order and telegraph town, on the north ern side of Urana CrooK, at thoiunc 'ion ot fiva stock routes, equidistant tram Narrandcra and Corowa, and be *—-flu Wagga and Deniliquin; State Electorate or Corowa, Federal Electorate, of Hiverina, distant 70 miles from Albury, 405 miles from Sydney, 220 from Melbourne. A daily train Bcrvcs Urana, connecting with the 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. ^ Tirana is the central office ot the Urana -Land District, and the Land Board meets here periodically. It is also an important post office telephone exchango ccntre, ivith^ 41 subscribers, all the surrounding stations and principal farmers being connected, it is also con with Lockliart and Jerilderie. Urana is noted foi the splendid gravel deposits in the vicinity, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 2 May 1913

NOTICE. I hereby ,ira Notice tbnt POISON iR laid in iny Jfaddocks. P.O. FEALEY. . t; Mohoi.i;:!, ■. ■. : 13lh June, 1911.' NOTICE. WHEREAS a Section of the Public are in the habit of leaving open Rabbit proof Gates on Station Boundary Fences, I hereby give final notice that legal proceedings will be taken against any one leaving said gates open after tlus date. F. E. WHITEHEAD. Butherwah, February 27th, 1909. Notice. AM V ONli found Shooting, Hunting, or otherwise Trespassing on urangeline Pad docks will bo proaocuted. • , H. HAZELWOOD, Manager. , Notice, ANY Peison or Persons found Tres passing on Colombo Plains -or - Morun uah Stations without permission from the undersigned will be prosecuted. . - . A. & B. KKANE. CURED COLDS AND BRONCHITIS. "Some time ago," writes Mrs. N. J. Johnston, Little River, N.Z., "my two hoys, Leonard and Tom, had severe colds anil bronchitis. Having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised for the cure of bronchitis I decided to 'try' 'what it...

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