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A DAMPENING EFFECT [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

A DAMPENING EFFECT A. few years ago a certain proachor was fan B——, a town in South Carolina, on o visits and while there was invited to preaoh in 4 negro church. As tho Sabbath opproaohed, he thought it would be a good idea to ask the coloured pastor as to tho subjeot most lilcolj to interest the congregation. ".Well, Bah, mos' any subjeo' units 'em 5 my congregation ain't so mighty hard to eat iafy,_sah. Dey likes zortin' mostly, but mos' anyting will do—mos* anyting. Howsom« eber,'/ and he lowered his voice to a cautious whisper, "howsomober, X tinlc I wouldn't teoh on do ten commandments. X did it oncet, sah, and it seemed to hab a might; damp'nm' elfoo', sah 1"

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

Tirana Directory URANA (Pi iS.W.)—A postal, money order and telegraph town, on the north ern Bide of Urana Creelr, at the junc ••on o£ five stock routes, equidistant from Narrandera and Corowa, and be Wagga and Deniliqoin; State Electorate of Corowa, Federal Electorate of Riverina, distant 70 miles from Albury, 405 miles from Sydney, 220 from Melbourne. A. d^ily train serves 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. Urana Is the central office of the Urana Land District, and the Land Board meets here periodically. It is also an important post office telephones 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 mane...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

mfe ip" Is kepi on hand Helpful in KIDNEY^ESADDER TROUBLES. :asa UKANi Blacksmithing and Carriage Works. y/b r. h. dalliston, ANNOUNCES that he has recommen ced Business in new 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 PSEC1ALTY. Vehicles of all descriptions built to Order. Old Vehicles renovated and made bs good as new. UNDERTAKING Work attended to, and hearse 'sent out as required. W. R. H. MLLISTON, William Street, Urana "Well Boring. A. J, McDonald JS Prepared to take Contrac a for Boring in the Urana, Oaklauds a id surround ng districts. ; For particulars apply to A. J. McDOVALD, Tracey's Hotel. W. X Warren Forwarding & General Carry, ing & Commission Agent. URANA. UNDERTAKES the dispatch or deliv ery of goods to and from the URANA RAILWAY STATION at reason able Rates. Any Parcels or Goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

TOME, TOUCH & m —the three great es sentials in a piano, are all to be found in the RELIABLE Those BEJiVTIFUL PIJtNOS have proved their groat durability In tho Australian cllmato and are to be seen in thousands of Australian homes. Ronisch Pianos carry oar own full guarantee, and wo sell for cash or on EJISY TIME PJiYMENT. Oar Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue and Price Link to frca.— Ftasso write for it 33S GEOHGU ST., ydn-8?. and at ffowcastls. Lbmoro. 2c. . EASY Till 3EHTS If you do not desire to pay cash for YOUR NEW PIANO take ad vantage of Paling-a' easy terms. You pay a small deposit and the balance in equal monthly instalments spread over one, two, or three years. 'All our pianos are selected for their ex cellent musical quali ties, and we sell them fully guaranteed. Write for our illustrated Catalogue & Price List; they are post free. C. W. DUNSTAN, AGENT. IMPORTANT! From a Hut— TO A STATION IOMESTEAI i am prepared to Build any descriptor of Dwellings. / Pla...

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YOUNG SMITH'S PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

YOUNG SMITH'S PROPOSAL. young Smith (who has mustered courago &t last, and has callod (o ascertain his fate) —" Will you be my bride, dear, dear Miss Nellie 1" Nellie—" I will toll yon when we ore quite alone." "Alone J" i "Yes!" , "Are we not alone, nowT" i \ . "No. Ejeot my young brotior.'' • "■Where is he?" «' Under the Bofa." .When he has put him oat, b» oomcetiacfc ftnd seats himself. ■- ■. - . - "Not yet, Mr. Smith." > " Why ?" V Open that closet door, and tell my Bister, who is listening, politely bat firmly, uho nuistj scoot." The sister scoots. ' Smith (wiping the didthdamp from hia bf-^—"^Now darling, is tho coast cloar S"^ "And you will be mine t* "Nor

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AT A BABY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

AT A BABY SHOVW A young reporter attended a baby show, end inspected a pair of twins. . ' ' V Very pretty, indeed," he said, with Bwee) earnestness. " Which of them is thoeldest, ma'am?" 1 ! "Neither," said tlio mothor somewhat angrily. " X observe that this ono docs not lobkvrell, I trust, my gcod lady, he. lias enough to eat." "He is a girl, Bir," roplicd thomotheri with dignity. _ • : "Is the food of the right kind 1" < "Yea, it is." ' '•You know that nothing builds np_tha ■ystem more rapidly than roast beef; the child ought to have a liberal supply of fresh beef at once." "No teeth, I observe," pursned tlio reporter^' " that's very bad, indeed. I suppose the un happy child has been brought hero as a ou riosity ?" " What do you mean, sir?" " And it has no hair worth mentioning* Poor thing!" i He turned to the mother and romtirked, patronisingly: — " Let us be thankful, my good woman, foi the progress of science and arts. 'I'ho pool child can be provided with teeth by t...

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[?] A WONDERFUL CLIMATE [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

.xiic: ..V a v;o:.'JcnvarJ,.cL!!\T'.i'a 'jipr pndn wv.r in hcsor.u • the losfi \\u opportunity uf pkihn^ ih'it sha came to ihc.yuajulo (o rcen^emle, falio did not ho-i\tate to niter into a citnvcrsatvn with any peiynn alio camp in connict with, giving advieo lo invalids, nndseoUing the tamo from (hoso'oi lol.ust constitution. Hot. conydrsa-* tion was always prefaced by the introductory enquiry eo common to visitors; MDid yoq oorae hero for your licu*Uf?V : ' • . 8he UiOR addressed a ftnlwnvt. ruMy-via aged young man at the diuncr dncl the following dialogue uituccl: " " Yes, madam. I ciune;! er.*.^v. V.y.y the weakest person you ever saw. ihaO. no ueo of my limbs—in fact my'bouos .re butlUtta tougher than cartilages. I had uo intelligent control of a single muscle, nor iho u-eof a flinglc faon'ty,1' - ' . - " Goodries3 gracious! arid you lived Y%- said she. " I .did, mtt'V.in. A'thrnrh I was devoid of sight, toothless. enable to utter a ^vord, and dependent on others for cvorvMur.'j...

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Rule for Measuring Tanks [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

Rule for Measuring Tanks - Add together the top area and the bottom area together with four times the middle .areas, divide the result by 0, and multiply by the depth. If the measurements are m feet divide by 27, and the result will then be the size of the excavation in cubic yards. Top 60 x 80 4800 ... top area. Bottom 80 x 20 400 ... bottom area 40 x 50 x 4 8000 ... middle area

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Lockhart Police Court. THURSDAY, 8TH MAY (Before Mr C. J. Helm, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

LoGktiaft Police Court. Thuhsday, stu Matj (Before Mr 0. J. Helm, P.M.) Locklmrt Shire Council v. J. W. Smith, riding on the footpath. Mr McCarthy for complainant. Walter Alacklin, laborer, in the employ of the. Council, deposed thai uD 23rd April defendant was riding a horse on the footpath in Brookong street. Two other persons named Smith and Thompson, respectively, were with iiirn, Ihey were all riding on the footway in front of the depot. He spoke to tbem and 'warned them to gn off the footpath. Defendant said, " 1 will go. where 1 like." <The others got off the footway at once, but defendant rode a little further aloDg before coming off. This evidence was corroborated by Joseph DorrjngtoD, another mainten ance man. The defendant, John M. Smith, deposed that on' the 23rd Ap'iil he was coming along. Brookong street with Messrs Smith and ■Thompson. He was riding on the street side of footpath, when a man called out to him to come off the footpath in an in sulting manner...

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Lockhart. LOCKHART SHIRE APPEAL COURT.— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

Lookhaet Shire Appeal Court,— There were only two appeals on Thurs day last, one by W. Weedon against a valuation of £7200, on portions , 14/47, of 480 acres was sustained. The Shire Valuation was £1440. John Carr, farmer, The Rock appealed against the valuation of £2558 on portion 87, Vincent, 1279 acres valuing it at £1279. The Court fixed the value at £1599. Weights & Measobes.—At a recent meeting of the Lockhart Shire Council the question of having the Weights nnd Measures regulations strictly enforced at Lockhart was recommended to the Gov ernment. The matter was submitted to the Police Department and correspond ence forwarded to Mr C. J. S. Helm, Police Magistrate. On Thursday last lie made enquiries at Lockhart, and in a minute observed that the matter must be held over for the present. Court Day.—At present the S.M. and publio find the present Court fixtures at Lockhart inconvenient, so it is proposed to alter the Court Day from the second Thursday in each month to t...

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SHOWS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

SHOWS TO COME. Barmedman — August 29. Ariah Park.—September 2 and 3 Junee.—September 3 and 4. Cootamundra.—September 18 and 19. Jerilderie.—September 24. Temora—September 23, 24, and 25. Ardlethau.—October 1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

sneep.r jccucr. 10 save n—destroy rabbit. The best and spwtie.st ba RABBIT POISON ELLIOTT BROS., Ltd., SYDNEY I I

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Farmers and Settlers' [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

Farmers and Settlers' A meeting of the Farmers and Settlers' Association was held on Saturday evening to deal with matters of interest in connection with the visit of the Railway Com missioners. The President (Mr G. McLellan) occupied the chair. Several improvements were sug gested in regard to the railway yard and the facilities for loading and unloading and Messrs McLel lan, Trethowan, and M Kilpatrick were appointed to wait on the Commissioners on their arrival at OaUlands on Tuesday night, and Messrs Trethowan and Lane to meet them atlCoorabin in regard to a grain shed there. The deputation waited on the Commissioners on Wednesday morning and urged the construc tion of the loop line to enable the wheat from the stacks to be loaded more expeditiously and also the widening of the roadway. The Commissioners were im pressed with the necessity of the works and promised considera tion. The Rev Saunders, the newly appointed Methodist minister for this circuit delivered his first dis co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

NOTHING TO EQUAL IT. " For the immediate relief and com plete euro of influonza there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,'* writes Misa Fanny Bonhote, Marrawah, Tub . " It has relieved mo o£ this complaint and I have recommended it to neighbours who have found it to cure coughs and colds in almost any form. One dose has always given me relief and ono bottle always cures my colds." Sold by all chemists and store keepers, ,

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Lockhart Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

LoeKhart Shire Mil. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Monday. "Present: Ore. Day "■ (president) McGeoch, Clapperton, Belling, Slooum and Weedon. Correspondence, From Lockhart Farmer's Union, direot , ing attention to various roadworks ; viz., road between Lawson's and Maxwell's: opposite tank on B. EToffman's, Wagga road. Being attended to. From Same, forwarding a copy of letter from _ Yerong Creek F. and S. Association in regard to Yerong Crook Reserve, and wfiich is infested with rabbits. "They wished to be advised as to vesting it in a suitable form of tenure, and yet have it improved ao as to keep it free of rabbits. The Department had replied that it was vested in the Lockhart Slur© Council. Cr MeGeoch said ho was at tho meeting of the Progress Association, when the unsatis factory nature of the tenure was referred to. The Engineer said from what ho could learn it was tho idea to have a recreation reserve established on onb end of it, Cr MeGeoch said the desire of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

Requirements FOR Autumn and Winter FROiva Anderson & ioSdoon Lady's Coats fa Golfers 'Newest Fashions and Host Stylos, care fully chosen and finely pricod. Dress Materials Nico llango o[ NEW GOODS.—Uaotiil Tweeds, Fashionable Whipcords and Ottomans. . , jlaimliets & Rtigs r>.„»r Full Range of Whilo and Coloured Blankots. Australian and New Zon land Hugs, Flannels and Flunnclotlos of ovory description. Men's Overcoats Tweed Chesterfields, woll mader and Fashionably Cut, at LOWEST POS SIBLE PRICES. Reliable Oilskins and Watorproofs. Boots &, Slioes Thoroughly Good Values Throughtfut, - notwithstanding tho advances oil Leather. Now Styles in LADY'S .FOOTWEAR. Clothing and Mercery Full Stocks of Ready-made Clothing. • Nice Range of NEW TIES, COLLARS' AND SHIRTS. NOVELTIES in Braces. Studs, Mufflers, etc., etc. The People's Store - Urana. The Largest Stock. The Best Assortment. The Best Values Royal George Hotel. URANA. BainnaiDiiaBoQaBDiaaa PROPRIETRESS □□□□□□...

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ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

ENGiNf.eii's EePOht. Tho Enginocr (Mr Link^ roported that oontraot Bond's road was sfitisfactorily com pleted, Wot weather has pcovontod work ou Coutraot 13/12, Reid street. Ro letter, F. Orme, if the reserve be dis posed of tho road would have to bo left. Ro lettor Rock F, and »S. Association, Rock— Collingullio road this will rocoivo attention when maintenance men are in tho vicinity. The fence of the PAV.2?., Lockhart. re quired repairs. Contractor Glascott oUered to repair Ebert'a road for 2/6 a chain, which ho accepted providing approval. Ho had also offered to truck gravel at Gullivol afc 3/6 per yard. Ho recommended a supply of trees for Lookhart and The Rock. The traotion plant carted 600 yards of gravel during April, which has been spread on Brookong street. During the last week tho state °f the roads prevented tho ongino going out, and ho had omployed tho men on clearing and ^draining work. The report was adopted as regards all re commended lin t f. It was decided to provt...

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BROOKONG RE COMPENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 16 May 1913

Brookong be Compensation. From Manager, Brookong Station, do dining to accept Council's offer of £48 as compensation for resumption on Western Road. Cr Ciapperton said he did not propose to vote on the question, but he would like to state the position of the company. When they fenced eff they would find it necessary to fence off other dead roads, and if they had to net it would mean ^"*200 more. * President: Is it absolutely necessary to ence. Cr Clapporton : YeB, it is absolutrly nec* cessary to fcnce of! as thcro is the danger of travelling sheep not only taking the grass, but also of getting sheep boxed. The company has always dealt fairly with the Council and if they would inspect the plan they would see the company's position. The Counoil then perused the plan and Or Clapporton explained how the roads would be affected. Cr Slocum said he was against paying the ^TlOO, ns it would mean £150 or /"I60 considering land was given in exchange. Cr Clapporton said he was quite willing t...

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FEDEUAL ELECTIONS To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

FEDEUAL ELECTIONS To the^ Editor. Sin,—As the . 31st May is close upon us I would like *o urge all Liberals in the Riverina Electorate that they have , viotory within their grasp if they only ("effectively co-operato one with another, •tll'he eleotorale has been greatly improved by the re-distribution and has been con siderably affected by the large ii.flux of :■ farmers from Victoria and other puts of ' Jttivoi'inH. A great proportion of the . newcomers are Liberal supporters and ouo can easily perceive that tho electorate can be won for Liberalism if proper steps ave taken to unsure U>e return of iho Liberal candidate. Liborals should re collect th't if!heir superior orgmisation * only acoounts for 10 to 12 votes at each polliug-booth they would add over 1000 votes to tho Liberal candidate. 1 would urge all fanners to sot aside farming operations and make strenuous eQ'uvt to get their neighbors and assist gonorally in the work of the campaign on that day, It is a battle for the...

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Rule for Measuring Tanks [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

Rule for Measuring Tanfc& ■ Add together the top area and the1, bottom area together with four times the middle areas, divide the result by, G; and multiply by the depth. If the, measurements are in feet divide by 27, and the result will then be the sizo of the excavation in cubic yards, : "^. Top ... GO x 80 4800 ... top area. Bottom 20 x 20 400 ... bottom area' 40 x 60 x 4 8000 ... middle area

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