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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
. TO DO OTHERS GOOD. "I have been. living in S.W. Queens land for thirteen years," writes Mr. J. • V'R.vTindale. Editor of the Cunnamulla "Watchman." "During that time I have been subjoct to ;uthcks of Diar : rhoea and have always found Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly euro me. I can* recommend it to anyone suffering from that com plaint. You may use this letter as you see fit for it is written ,to do Others good." Sold by all chemists ana elorekeopWo.
CLEARING SALE AT DAYSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
CLEARING 'SALE AT DAYSDALE. Messrs. McPherson, Tnom and Co.- re port having held a successful sale on ac. of A. E. Clark, Esq., of fioreen-, Daysdale, on Friday, 28th Feb., when they, submitted his "horses and plant ,to a large attendance of buyers from) Oak lands, Daysdale, Savemake, and the surrounding districts. Everything met with keen competition, and was dis posed of at very satisfactory prices fo the vendors.
Lockhart District F. & S. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
Lockhart District F. & S. Association. The annual meeting of members of the above was held at 'the School of Arts on Saturday last. Present: Messrs W. Weedon (president), Belling, Glas gow, Teague, Andriske, Hoffmann, Smith, Lawson, Weise, H. Weedon, Took. An derson and A. G. Krause. BALANCE SHEET. The Secretary . (Sir. G. Cornell) sub mitted the balance sheet for the year (which was received and adopted) as follows:— Receipts—Bal. £2 Is 9d; 21 members at £10 10s; collection Defence Fund, ££38 7s 6d; RenU of Grain Shed, £50 5s; total £101 4s 3d. Expenditure.—Prin'ing and advertising £1 2s Gd, £1 15s,—£2 17s 6d; De fence Fund, £2 4s Gd; affiliation, £2 16s; Delegates' expenses, £5; Bank fee, 5s; rent of Grain Shed, £50 5s; School of Arts, 12s; Defence Fund, £11 3s; Balance at Bank, £1' Is 3d; total,' £101 4s 3d. The President also submitted a bal ance sheet of the! F. and S. Association^ This balance sheet camq in for a good deal of criticism, the members being of opinion tha...
AUSTRALIA'S FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
ADSTRALIA'S'FINANCE. | All business people are conscious of a certain stringency in; the money mar ket. The banks—each of which is a sort of tiny financial jierve-centre—, show an uneasy sense that money is going ; to be "tight," and! by way jof tprecautlon they proceed to discourage inew advances and to narrow the area of those which already exist. Yet, (says the current : issue of "Life"), in a certain sense, it is difficult to soo why money 'iould not' bo abundant. We liave had nino years of splendid seasons and abundant harvests. .The yield of our three chief products during those nine years is as follows: Gold . £123,500,000 Other Minerals 50,000,000 Wool 205,500,000 • £385,000,000 It may be doubtedl whether any other H million in the civilised world have produced so much in a space ibf :time so brief. Our wool exports rosei from £14,000,000 in 1903 to £26,000,000 in 1911 ;other pastoral and dairy produce in the same period expanded' in value /rtjm £5,000,000 to 14,500,000. Agr...
Lockhart A. & P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
Lockhart A. & P. Society. A meeting of the Committeo of the above was bold on Thursday last. Present Mr W. Woodon (president) Messrs Moncrief, Bell ing, Day, Gollasch, Andrews, Cornell, and Jackson. Accounts amounting to £29 woro passed for payment, It was elicited that the present overdraft at the Bank was No 1 a/c £240/11/20, and No 2 £150. Tho latter should have been liquidated, so that the latter could be oper ated upon to the oxtent of £250 only. The outstanding subscriptions wore .£481 The question of guarantee was 'brought forward by Mr Day, who urged that after the election of Committee the guaran tee should be got out at once and signed. It was.pointed out that some of the mem bers only attended one meeoting. Mr Moncrief moved That urgent notices be sent to members in arrears. Seconded by Mr Jackson and carried. Mr Belling said cattle had been destroy" ing trees in the show ground, and it should be leased for sheep only. The secretary said .that a lock had been deli...
THE LABOR UNREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
THE LABOR UNREST. Sydney wheat shippers on Monday of last week reduced tneir country buy ing limits from fd to l£d per Bushel. One of the largest operators stated:— '! On the 24th February, "we were paying as high as the equivalent ,to 3s 75/ad per bushel for' wheat in. the country, To-day we have reduced our limits to the equivalent of 3s 6|d. , We have thousands of tons of freight engaged. The vessels are here, many of .them, and we could profitably ship wheat to-day at 3s 7d, bun the industry is paralysed. We can do onthing, and, worse than all, N.S.W. is probably losing the best market that the trade can hope for tliis season." The casual worker employed by the Chief Commissioner of Railways in con nection with wheat loading operations at Darling Harbor, are out . on strike for higher wages. They are usually paid Is per hour while at work, with 1s 6d per hour overtime. ' They ask for Is 6d per hour and 2s. 3d per hour overtime.- They work, beside the best paid manual laborers in...
Oaklands. SEASONABLE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
Osi.Ikis3.ndl3.. SEASONADLE .WEATHER.. A very welcome break in the weather occurred last week, although the suddon change was very severe Jitter tho long stretch of hot days and nights. '1 ho cold snap was accompanied by heavy rain, :i,bout ail incli and a llalf being recorded. The rain has come at a' very opportune time, for it will enable farmers li> break up "the laud, and if followed by; showers later, good autumn grass is assured. Another splendid break occurred on Thursday moriiinig uand continued thro ughout tho day, and following upon the last fall, with a, .few warm punny 'dayg between, should be a; boon to tho ]&£(> toralists and farmers. *• CATHOLIC BAZAAR. Tho Catholic Bazaar was continued last Wednesday, Thursday, and Satur day evenings, and although the weather was very unfavorable on iWcdncsday land Thursdays evenings, n brisk business was done on Saturday night. As flll the articles were noil disposed o£ it|(was decided to wind up tho bazaar tliiij (Sat...
Urana Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
• ' Uraha^ Shire" Council. Following is the balance of our report •of the Council mooting, hold over froir last issue. ■. CORRESPONDENCE. • From Mr. R. D„ Culley, Shire, Valuer, i recommending abandonment of rates on properties resumed for Railwaj purpo ses and other reasons.—Rates abandoned in; respect of, Cv N*. Culley, C. (11. Mao knight, H. Dunstan, A. W. Cavenagh (Urana), Union Church, Oaklands (not rateable), A. W. Thomas (land sold), Robt. Ferguson (overcharged). Mr. Culley also wroto asking for re munerative consideration in respect of issue of the rate notices earlier than i usual, m'uch to his inconvenience, and ■necessitating his working long hours during the maXs and New Year holi days. The claim ivasi at the suggestion of the late President—Consideration of the letter was held, over till next .meet ing. - "£2 2s 'Was allowed Mr. Culley for '■extra work entailed in connection, witlr Oaklands Water Rate. The report of Mr: AV. K. Hoarc, Audi tor, was read, stating, the boo...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
Cricket A match ivaa played' at Oaklands on Saturday between teams representing Overton and Oaklands, and resulted in an easy win for,the ihoine team. .'Overton made 4G and Oaklands responded with a creditable 129? For the winners, J. Rankin j>layed, a dashing game, 'and after scoring : 71 runs,, was run. out. ,\V; ICuschert made 21, but \tlio other players failed to make any stand against the bowling o£ Horton and Holland. Hardic and Rankin - were in great form with the ball, both securingi 4 wickets. Fol io .v'at arc the- scores:— OVfcRTON. 'J.-. TrethoWain, c. McLollan^ b Kuscherl 4 C. Holland, , bs Hardie . i 0 Gooden, hit w, b llardie 1 1 Davis, „b Hardie ' : . . 0 A. TIorEon, b ■ Rankin. \ 0 Cumberland). b-Kuscherl * • S) R. ■ Holland, c Kuscherl b Rankin 1G Drummopd.^c Kuscherl b: Rankin 9 'Sanderson, b Rankin.• ■ . B Holland, b tHardio . : ■ 1 E. Trethowan, not out • Sundries OAKLANDS. McLeod, lbw, b 'Ilorton ; .7 P. Woodlilouso, b Holland . 2 R. M. Hardie, lbivj b Hort'o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
AND and Beg to Announce that they have a Splendid Assortment of LENTEN SEASON. Morton's Fresh Herrings. Moir's Fresh Herrings. Morton's Herrings in Tomato Sauoe. ' • Gruma ' Salmon, flat tins. . 'Holly Leaf' Salmon, flat tins. 'Pride of Alaska' Salmon, tall tins. King Oscar Smoked Sardines. 'Ideal' Sardines in Oil. New Zealand White Bait. Smoked Herrings in Oil. Oysters. Anderson & Muldoon The People's Store Urana. W. V, Announces the arrival of New Goods in Every Department and now holds the largest assortment in town—at prices to suit all purses. Boots and Shoes by all B.@eb.cIingr GVBaltei-s and at lowest prices. In the Selection of BOOTS & SHOES Ladies' and Children's w.inla have boon specially catered for. EXCELLENT VALUE PREVAILS. Clothing, Mercervi &c.. In all the Latest Designs and Tastes. HAVE A LOOK AT OUR SHIRTS, HATS AND TIES— I THEY MUST PLEASE YOUI TOBACCOS, FANCY GOODS STATION ERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, MUSICAL , _ INSTRUMENTS; PHONO GRAPHS, BICYCLE...
HEAVY DEPRESSED FEELING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
HEAVY DEPRESSED FEELING. " About twelvo months ago," writes Mrs. B. Neill, Patlon St.. South Broken Hill' .NJS.W., " I got nasty pains across my stomach and chest which gavo mo a heavy depressed fooling. After using various remedies without success I tried Chamberlain's Tablets, the first dose of which did mo so much good and gavo such roliot that 1 persevered with them aud now onjoy good health." Sold by all chomists and storekeepers.
Boree Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
Boree Creek. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The Captain of the local Rifle Club requests members to put in their mus- ketry course as early as possible, which may be done on Wednesdays and Sat- urdays. Efficient members gain 5s for the Club, and are also entitled to 150 rounds of free ammunition Mr. T. Lawrence is effecting improve- ments to his hall by erecting a com- modious suppwr room. The addition will be highly appreciated by promoters of local functions. A meeting was to have been hwld last week to arrange a send-off to Mr. F. Orme, but such a meeting was un- necessary, as Mr. Orme has decided to stay in the district. The sale last &nbsp; week was in consequence not as big as it otherwise would have been, as a quantity of stuff was withdrawn. There is a big stack of wheat at Boree Creek station. It is understood that 70,000 bags have passed over the weigh- bridge compared to last year's 50,000. The increase is due to both increased area under crop and better yields. We...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
There is still no clue to the Punchbowl murder of the little girl going to school. Premier M'Gowen will retire from politics after the present parliament. There is question of the validity of the Yass election, as there was no booth at Black Range, a gazetted polling place. Another gas strike in Kent-street works imminent, the men demanding discharge of some bricklayers who went on stoking. At the V.R.C. races on Saturday, Piratre won the Champion Stakes, Cadonia being second, and The Parisian third. On Saturday and Sunday Sydney had 8 inches of rain in 24 hours. The storm was the severest on record, and did considerable damage. James Clifford was walking along a Redfern street when an electric wire broke and fell round his neck exectrocuting him. The gas strike in Sydney is settled, and men resumed duty on Saturday. Parlia- ment is to be summoned to amend the Arbitration Act to allow of disputes being dealt with by Wages Board. Three hundred tons of dynamite were being loaded on a ...
Daysdale [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
(From Our Own Correspondent.) . The Daysdalo-Oaklands Picnic- Raco Sleeting held \hero oil March 5th was .a great success. Mr. Gailney, the Presi dent o£ the Club, and the Commilttcw had everything in good: going order and Mr. G. J. Johnston, the Secretary, was all attention. The result was a /good day's sport. :. \v ..... • Since the break of the weather on Wednesday, we have had about three inches of rain, which has put the farm* ers and graziers iiif jjreat heart and one and nil are now starting to ploughl It is the most, 'seasonable and profitable rain we have had' for some years past* Much sympathy is felt here for Mr. &nbsp; and Mrs. Joseph Talbot in their sad bereavement, the drowning ot their son, David, at the early age of twenty years. It is one of the saddest events that has occurred here for some time. The family are held in very high esteem in this district. Sir Win. Lyno has declared iliis inten tion bf contesting the election lor tho Hume seat. Tho Liberal can...
URANA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 14 March 1913
URANA SPORTS. The right to publican's booth at tho Urana Sports next Wednesday! has boon purchased by Mr. Liley, of tho Commer cial Hotel. Mrs. Smith; bought tho right to fruit stall and refreshment booth. A suggestion has been made l>v Mrs. Tracey, and it will no doubt be in cluded in the programme, thali an infants tricycle race he arranged at tho sports | next Wednesday . It is suggested that quite a number of siii:ill boys under six years will start, and spin once around the track. BOUEE CREEK PICNIC RACES. Tho date for the Boree Creek Picnic Races has been fixed Jor Wednesday, April 2, and a programme) of six jevents, is now advertised. Nominations for all ■events close with tho Secretaries, Messrs W. McDonald and L. .Sheehan, on .Wed nesday, 2oth Marcli. SEASONABLE RAINS. During the week past rainy: conditions have prevailed, the rain being of good soaking character. Up to 9 a.m. .yes terday, 177 points had been registered for March, and fully; half an inch ,feJl after that...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
CURED A CROUPY. COUGH. " My little girl, Myrtle, aged 4 years, had a hard cough- with real c'roilpy sound," writes Mr. H. Gordes o£ Crom well, N.Z. " Mr. Hotop recommended me to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, (which I did. After three or four iloses all signs ot croupiness- had disappeared and the child was soon well. . I'ly -wife and I are more than pleased with Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." Sold by all chemists and storekeopeera. RABBIT POISON This splendid well-tested bah is testified loby well known firms: Gcldsborcugli Mcrt & Co., Dalgety & Co., Inspector* EarU N.S.W. Stations and leading pastoialistw Piee Ixxk and p.utiuilats. ELLIOTT BROS., Ltd., SYDNEY ^□□□□□□□□□DnnDaoDnDnoDDnnnnnoDa□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□ \ ^AWN TSRSRFR - - Rough or Dressed, g n vrv'iUm u a 8«B 0^9 □oncinnDPannannoDaaan □ a Any Sizes and Quantity to Suit Builders; : g n ^ □ , We Have the Most Up-to-date^Mill in the'District;- □ n ■ d • □ Orders will receive Prompt Attention. Prices on Applicati...
Brevities. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
Brevities. Tlie deutli is announced of Jtfr H Marcus Ulark, of the well-known Sydney Bailway Emporium, at the comparatively early ago 54 years. He hatl only been ill a few days, and his death was unexpected. ' London wheat market is reported to be quiet;" Sydney price is a/7 per bushel. NVheaten cliniT 5/'J to 0/; medium 4/9 to 5/2; oaten, medium 5/ t&lt;> O/'J. Eggs 1/3. Best btef 27/ and medium 24/ per lOOlbs. Slieop firm up to 22/. Judge Heydon favors a General Wages Board instead of what he termed Crafts Boards, the latter system becoming too costly. . ■*, It is reported that Mr Beeby intends to run for Wagga at tbo geneial elections. There-will bo no bank holiday at 1 oekhait or Yerong Creek on Tuesday; Application made to late. In a competition cricket match Wi liams lown v Fitzroy the former rnado 93 and the latter did not score a run. Bowler Davison look the wickets. N.S.W. Government floating another three million loan at 4 per cent. Mr Wraggc has named a disturb...
Lockhart Police Court. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1918. (Before Mr C. J. T. Helm, S M No LIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
Lockhart Police Court. Thursday, MAkCii 18, 1918. (Before Mr (J. J. T. Helm, S M NoLiciIItS Lookhart Shiro Council v Mrs 0 Davis and -r- Hartwig: Each fined 5/- and 6/* costs . ' t ^. . Same v W Smith, driving over footpath, Fined 10/- and 6/- costs A Disturbance There were summonses by Constable Lam* berfc against- Urquhart and Lampo» and Urquhart v Lambert. Messrs Trevor Jones and M'Carthy were both engaged in the caso The charge against Urquhart was taken first Constablo Lambert deposed that at 10.35 p.m on 17th February ho found defendant, in Green Street under the influence of drink and using indecent language, "I have broken my b pipe." He arrestod defendant, and was taking him along the footpath for a short distaneo. He fell ana i cut his face, so bo took him to the hospital, , and then proceeded by summons. To the S.M.—When "I arrested him I said "I arrest you for language and drunk enness." He appeared to bo very d/unk. .To Mr M'Carthy : He was standing alone whon ho used.t...