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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

"Jlrar«i> 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. Socond Sunda/-—Urana 11 (H.C.J and 7.30 p.m.; Round Swamp, 3 p.m. Third Sunday—Hartwood 11.16 a.m. (H.C.); Jcrilderie, 7.30. Fourth Sunday.1—Oaklandfl, 2.30 p.m.; Urana, 7.30 p.m. J. Lacy Winn, .Vicar.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

%\t fetra Jttk^nknt. (For the town and district of Urana.) • . ■Is published weekly on Fridays and is liberally supplied with reading matter. The latest; general .information,, matters of interest socially, reports of all local meetings and functions, latest land intelligence, reports of land board meetings, reports of all district stock markets, and other matters of local interest. Whilst, it is a\ - 4 Live Advertising Medium. Subscription-: 4s per quartern 15s per, annum in advance. Dosted free to anv"'address upon application. . nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnfirin If you do not already Subscribe to your local newspaper, possibly it. is that you do. not realise of what real benefit it would likely be to ' you. In the newspaper columns matters are given ■\ publicity, and bring under the notice of readers oftentimes the opportunity of benefitting, them selves, .... The farmer often gains valuable information from his newspaper, and some hints or .. suggestions therein he might give a trial and f...

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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 — 9 May 1913

BAINFAlii.. ^ ,' Mb' following is the record ol ho ' ;rninfal!atUranaBince 1870:—1 -Year, Inches. 1870' ... 36.03 J' f '1871 ... 21.08 1872 ... ...• 28.78 '1873 ... 18.30 > 1874 ... ... ■ 17.56 1875 .'24.57 1876 11.24 1877 ... ... ' 15.07 I ■> ,1878 ... ..." ■■ ■ 19.08 ' i4 J18 V w ... 18.09 1,) «.t •1880 ... 16.75 ' "1881 » ... ...■ ■■ . 14.45 t ■ 1882 ... ■16.44 ' il883 .... ... 13.25 y ld84 ... ' ' "11.44 ' 1885 ... 13.87 Ik ~j * s -18P6 18'7 ... ... 13.95 i, r ... 1 28.34 Vt ^ < 18j8 ;.. , 10.54 < J1889 ... ... 28.81 "1890 ... ... 17.93 * i 1891 ... 22.50 *, ;• 1892 1 •19.77 " 1893 ... 17.61 *f> 1894 ... i'., ■■ . -A.29 - 1895 • Mi 13.14 1896 ... ... 14.90 T 4 «. 1897,, ... . . 9.48 _ 1898 ... ' ... 8.56s 1/ 1899 ... 11.11 2*t 1900 ^ ... ■ .. •20.15 1901 ... ..." 14.12 1902, " 1903. ... ... 10.48 . 18.19 ' 1904 ... ... 1491 - >1905 ... ... '■ 13.42 1906 ... ... 'V 2185 1907 ... 11.85 r. , t 1908 . . • ... 13.48 to[j- ^ * 1909 ... 16.14 1910 ... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

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Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

Urana Directory URANA (N iS.W.)—A postal, money order and telegraph town, on the north ern side of Urana Creek, at the iunc •on of five stock routes, equidistant from Narrandora and Corowa, and be pT*** Wagga and Deniliquin; -State Electorate of Corowa, Federal Electorate of Kwenna, distant 70 miles from Albury, 405 miles from Sydney, 220 from Melbourne. < •it 'ra,P serves Urana. connecting with the main Southern lino at The •Rock. Coach to and from Corowa via Oaklands. Th?r?A a daily maiI from both Sydnev ana Melbourne. The chief industry is *1° an§. Sfaang. Population or towli. 400; district, .2500. UraJia is the central office of the urana -Land District, and tho Land Hoard 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 Jerilderie. Urana Is noted foi the splendid gravel deposits in the vicinity, and the per ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

NOTICE. X hereby ,ive Notico tbHt'POISON is Jaid in mv J^iddocka.- ;• P, D. FEALEY. Mohot.ga, " " " ■" .* - . - ■ - ■13th June, 1911, NOTICE. WHEREAS a Section of the Public are in the. habit of leavii^ open Rabbit froof Gates on Station Boundary Fences, hereby. give final' notice that legal proceedings will be taken against any one leaving said gates open after this date. F. E. WHITEHEAD. Butherwah, February 27th, 1909. Notice. ANVONE found .Shooting, Hunting,- or otherwise Trespassing on'Urangeline Pad docks will be prosecuted. H. HAZEL WOOD, Manager.. Notice. ANY Poison or Persons found Tres passing. on Colombo Plains or Morun dah Stations without permission from the undersigned will be prosecuted. A. &" B. KtfANE. CURED COLDS AND BRONCHITIS. " Some timo ago," writes Mrs. N. J. Johnston, Little River, N.Z., "my two hoys, Leonard® and Tom, had severe colds and bronchitis. Having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised for the euro of bronchitis I decided to 'try what it...

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Railway Timetable. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

Railway Timetable. { :: The service will, be, by the Down Ex .press train leaving Sydney at 7,25 p.m., inst^ad-: of bv the 10.5 p.m'. train, aB formerly0 ' • ' T; DOWN, SYDNEY pjn. depart 7f25 arrive, depart •The Rock •Tootool : ^ breach. Park MUbrolong ■ ■Napier Lockhart Long Park Boree Creek. ; Mucra Ctillivel URANA URANA Uranagong . Coorabin OAKLANDS OAKLANDS Coorabin Uranagong.' Urana : Cnllivel Mncra Boree:Creek Long Park Lockhart' Napier • Milbrnlong French Park Tootool THE ROCK SYDNEY ajn. 5.40 7.43 9.30 i DP, а.m. б.55 6±18 V . 7J28 8.13 Jtt35 8.55 9.45 10J15 arrive 10.45 depart 11.15 11.29 , 11.57 • arrive 12.25 arrive, depart • a.m. a.m. 9.50 10.7 " 10.35 11.30 11.50 p.m. 12.35 1.14 :: 1J44 2.45 2J57 3.17 3±41 3*69 4.30 4.62 11.0 2,16 arrive 6*10 Up Mail leaves The Rock at 4.52 p.m. tDaily, Saturdays excepted, from Sydney *0n Sundays arrives Sydney 6.25 a.ia gers, : when . required, $ Calif} to. pick up and set down passer

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LADIES' LETTER. By Cella. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

LADIES' LETTER. By Cella. Although the weather has for the, past few weeks been delightfully ' Warm'and bright, there is now every 'appearance • of winter setting in in 1 earnest. Drapers are never slow in extending a welcome to the season o£ comfortable' warm gowns, cosy coats, and delightful furs coming, as they in variably do, with the added charm of , novelty. V In materials, whipcord is one of the.. "leading novelties, its name plainly, in- : dicating its appearance. Particular-, ly successful is a very fine velor whip cord, which is almost like Amazon cloth. Another new dress fabric is an all wool casement cloth, fifty inches wide. It drapes very gracefully and is beau tifully soft in texture. A favorite ma terial for both robes and- costumes is the pencil-striped twills. In tweeds, Donegal, Harris and hea ther-mixed tweeds are much favored lor coats and skirts. For Norfolk costumes Donegal tweed is both use ful and smart. Coats and skirts in Fox's' serge look smart with plain...

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SEND IT IN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

SEND IT IN. i If you have a bit of news, send it in; Or a joke that will amuse, send it in; A story that i3 true, An incident that's new, Never mind about your Btyle; send it in! We want to hear from you. Send it in! If it's only worth the while, send it in Of the garden that you raise, Of the berries that amaze. Of a section .you would praise, Bend it in I Of somo patient labor done—send it in; Of some fallen brother won—send it in; Of a master who can teach Truth beyond the average roach Of a noblo glowing spoech—send it in I Will your story —mato us laugh? Send it in! Sond cJong a paragraph. . .Send it in I When out fishing send a noto Of the things you catch alloat. Or the good times in the boat-send it inl—" Exchange.'1'

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WITHOUT A HOUSE. GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S PLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

WITHOUT A HOUSE. GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S PLIGHT. r The Governor-General travels to Sydney by train this week-end so as to arrive in time fur tlie great parade, of Senior Cadets, and he will leavo again by the-P. and O. mail steamer: after the parade. It is semi-ofBcially explained that the reason for making such a nurrlea [■' trip is that Lord Denman has every I intention of acting upon the decision he announced after his last visit to ( Sydney. He then said that he could 1 riot make a stay in Sydney unless pro-. 1 per accommodation had been provided for him as the King's representative.

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Oaklands Mail Services. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

Oaklands Mail Services. - ARRIVAL OE MAILS, Monday.—12.40 p.m. from Sydney; 8.30 p.m. from Overlon Settlers. Tuesday.—12.40 p.m., Sydney; 2.30* S.m., Jenlderie; midnight, Corowa and uyadale. .Wednesday,—8.81 a.m., Cockotgedong; 12.40 p.m., Sydney; 3.30 p.m., Berrigan Thursday.—2.45 a.m., Borrigan; 12.40 p.m.; Sydney; midnight, Corowa and Daysdale. Friday—1240 p.m., Sydney; 2.30 p. m., Jenlderio. Saturday.—8.30 a.m., Cocketgedong; 12.40 p.m., Sydney; midnight, Corowa mil Daysdale. Sunday—3.30 p.m. Borrigan. i

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SHOWS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

"• SHOWS TO COME. Barmedman.—August 29. Ariah Park.-rSoptember 2 and 3. Junee.—September 3 and 4. :Cootamundra.—September 18 , and 19. " Jerilderie.—September 24. ; iTemora.—September 23, 24, and 26 - . Ardlethan—October 1. KICKED ON THE KNEE. : ■ " I was kicked, on the knee by "one of my horses," writes Mr. Duncan H. Stevens, Soutli Street, Fielding, ,-N.Z.,; " and am confident that but for Cham ; berlain's Pain Balm I would have been ; unfitted for work. I could not stand ;for hours but applied- Chamberlain's : Pain Balm freely and after applying it once the next day was quite re covered." Sold everywhere.

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COURTSHIP IN CAMERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

COURTSHIP IN CAMERA. She gave him a cabinet photo; He gazed for a moment or two. Then pleaded, "Sweetheart, won't you give me The loving original, too?" "If you're 'positive,' dear, that you love me," She said through a 'film' of tears> "A 'negative' I cannot give you, I'm yours to the end of our years." So courtship was quick to "develop"; Their marriage was "fixed" up in town, And now in a middle-class suburb She is steadily "toning" him down. We like a girl who looks on the bright side of things. Miss Mumford wished to console a friend of hers who had become engaged, somewhat against her own will, to a man with only one leg. "But, think, my deal'," said Miss M„ "how soon you will be able to run him up a pair of slippers!" Do not think you can do anything worth doing in a fit of enthusiasm, •but. train yourself carefully to any work that you are called to do, and think nothing too small to do care fully that is fpr the good of your fel low-creat"res. Age asks with timidity to b...

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VENEER CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

VENEER CUTTING. In no form Is modern, machinery more wonderful than In that employed to cut huge blocks of most valuable woods in thin sections or "siloes," to he used hy cnblnet-malcors and others as veneers. Deep-cutting blades, al most as thin throughout as paper— in order to avoid waste—cut as many as thirty beautiful sections at one strolce, the hard wood, often seasoned for years, being severed just as though it were cheese, and the sec tions being, if necessary, so thin that they resemble tissue paper. One great firm has almost a mono poly of this veneer-cutting business, and the wood stored on Its premises on behalf of the great railway com panies and cabinet-makers Is said to be worth quite a million sterling. In some cases the wood has been' burled In mud of a peculiar kind for over twenty years, and in others it represents the whole seasoned stock of the particular wood existing, for "corners" in valuable woods are quite common. A certain rare wood came Into fashion a yea...

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

! FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. \ "I would sooner see my sons dead than married to society women. . . . Society is incomplete without bridge', whist and booby prize. Shame ' on them. . . . . Modesty dresses Itself up to the neck."—Mr. Fred B. Smith, | Evangelist. ■ I Have you heard the fervid homilies of Mr. Fred B. Smith?. ; Do yon Jtnow, in high society, that , virtue is a ,myth?' In bursts of white hot;'eloquence he hollered and he hissed About the black iniquities that lurk in solo whist. He told in hollow accents how he got a dreadful shock From' the light and lacy blouses he encountered on the Block, And he argued for a costume incon spicuous and neat That would not attract attention from a fellow in the street. " We've learned that Mr. F. B. Smith's evangelistic eyes See heaps of social danger hid behind a booby prize; But he pounced upon a wickedness Australia hasn't got, When he fulminated fiercely 'gainst the luring Turkey trot. His American experience lias made him swear to save ...

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

GENERAL NEWS iv.' *Mt, Bryaii, Secretary of State {or '' U.S.A., is being attacked for having ; omitted wines when entertaining for : • eign diplomats whom he invited to : : consider his peace scheme. Mr. Bryan " explains that it is a standing custom of ills family, and he will not do ssn at any future function. The present . administration is characterised by ab stemious .principles. The President and Mi's.. Wilson and the- Vice-Presi dent and Mrs. Marshall also taboo wine. Mary MeFarland, an occupier of a flat at the Majestic Mansions, St. Kilda, has been lined £5, with £-1 3/- costs, for ill-treating a dog. Evi dence was given that a , woman was 'seen throwing a dog from an upper storey balcony. The animal fell on the pavement, and was so badly injur , ed tiiat it had to be ^illed/' Deferiaatit said the dog had jumped from the balcony,'but the bench held the ca« proved. » « * The latest'gigantic, liner,-.Imperator, is apparently unlucky; like its ill-fated; . predecessor, the Tit...

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THE WOMEN OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

THE WOMEN OF FRANCE. The women of France have been de scribed as the backbone of the French nation. This remark applies more to the middle class than the aristocracy. The burgeoise, truly a helpmeet to her husband, is in fact more often a man ager, and as a rule efficient in that character. It is she who carries on the .little shop, while her husband, perhaps nominally the head, runs er rands at her bidding. Not that the Frenchman would admit that; never theless it is the truth. It may be that he has business interests elsewhere as well; thus he may work for the rail way or for some other enterprise. In Paris one enters an attractive little picture or jewellery shop on the Rue de Rivoli. A smiling Frenchwo man comes forward to cajole the tour ist into buying all sorts of fascinating things he really does not want. It is the same at the shops where are sold .Kodak supplies and postcards—not a man to be seen except as a purchaser. If one ferretB out a little hardware store and goes in...

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IF NOBODY SHIRKED. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

IF NOBODY SHIRKED. I know not whence I came, I linow not whither I go; But the fact stands clear that I am here . In this world of pleasure and woe. And out o£ .the mist and murk Another truth shines plain It is my power each day and hour To add to its joy or its paip. I know that the earth exists. It is none of my business why; I cannot find out what it's all about, I would but waste time' to. try. My life is a brief,- brief thing, lam here for a little Bpace, And while I stay I would like, if- 1 may. To brighten and better the place. The trouble, I think*, .with us ail Is the lack o£ a high .conceit. If each man thought he was sent to this spot To make it a bit more sweet, How soon we could gladden the world, How eaBily right all wrong, If nobody shirked, and each one worked To help his fellows along! Cease wondering why you came— Stop looking for faults rind flaws; Rise up to-day in your pride and say, "I am part of the First-, Great Cause! However full the world, There is room f...

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Commercial. WODONGA HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

Commercial. WODONGA HORSE SALE. Campbell & Sons of Kirk's Bazaar, Mel' bourne and Younghusband Row & Co. Ppy. Ltd. auctioneers in conjunction roport hav ing held a large and highly successful sale of horses at Wodonga on 24th and 25th xnst. Over 600 head were ontered. Tiiera was a large attendance of buyers from Sydney, Riverina and .many other parts of New South Wales, and from Melbourne, the Goulburn Valley and local districts. Thore was a good demand for all classes of good conditioned horses but aged and poor sorts. There, were enquiries for oxtra heavy draughts but none of this class were for .ward. We had a number of largo station .consignments amongst these one of 82 head from Messrs Watson Bros, of Queensland all of which were disposed of at prices in advance of late quotations. They quote extra heavy draughts nono forward—Farm Horses to ^36. Medium draughts to £32 Delivery sorts to /"35. Indian Horses to ^24/10/. Small poniesto ^12/10. Ordin ary saddle and h...

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WHERE RUINED MERCHANTS ARE CARED FOR. The Romantic Story of a Greenwich Institution. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 9 May 1913

WHERE RUINED MERCHANTS ARE CARED FOR. Tho Romantic Story of a Greenwich Institution. Gratitudo, ns well as benevolence, litis played an important part In ■ tlio founding ot our ninny charitable) in ntltutlons, In tlio history of homos for tlio pool' nnd distressed nro to 'jo found a number ot splendid examples of men nnd women who, actuated by tlie'r grntltudo for some good fortune which lias befallen them, decided to share their wealth in perpetuity with their less fortunate brotlu-rH and Bis ters by founding a homo for their benefit. In the iinnnls of charity, howovor, it is doubtful If thero Is a more roman tic story, .than that concerning the foundation" of Morden's College, near Greonwlchj; which has lately been ad vertising for "gentlemen" In reduced circumstances desirous of becoming inmates of the college home. The lat lor has accommodation for forty-ono inmates, who must be men of good character, either widowers or un married, and not under sixty ycat's of age, who shall li...

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