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Proposed Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
Proposed Train- Service.' The iJerilderie " Herald " writes —"We hear that it is quite on the cards that when the Finley Tocumwal railway is completed there will be a through train from Sydney for the soutlrwest, so that passengers leaving Sydney for any station west of Junee right through to Tocumwal Will have no occasion to change carriages from when they leave the city lill they reach their destination. The Hay branch line, it is stated, will only run as far as Narande'ra meeting, the through train there. This means that the train would leave the,city in the evening and , be timed to reach Narandera at about 7.30 next morning- It would reach here about 11 a.m. and Tocurriwal between 1 and 2 p.m., in time to allow passengers to proceed by. the Victorian train for Melbourne the same afternoon. The up train would leave Tocum wal in the afternoon on arrival of Victorian there, and run right through to Sydney, reaching that :cicy about noon the 'next day.. These, through trains,-if de...
13,200 13,200 divided by 6—2,200. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
13.200 13.200 rliviflnrl hv K—9 900 2,200 x 10 (depth)—22,000 cubic foot 22,000 ...divided hy 27—8,14' —area of. tank in cubic yards. . II you want-*o rind size before sink ing you can obtain the length and breadth of what the bottom.will, bo on. f.ompletion. , Thus: This tank has the' top measurements 60ft. by 80ft.; depth,. * 10ft;; slopeson three sides 8 to 1,' and on one' side (the roadway) 4 to 1; in tho breadth, 2 to 1 for 10ft—: 20ft, this on either side,—40ft. This oubstracted from 60ft. leaves 20ft.' in . breadth' at tho bottom. In tho length' pn one sido, 2 to 1 slopes x 10—20ft.;: and on tho remaining sido, which is 4 to 1 by 10ft. deop—40ft. For both Bides 60ft. to. be taken off from 80ft. m length and will leave 20ft, thus 20ft, x 20ft. to be tho measurement of tho( bottom, ,
Unsigned Reports. THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
s 'Unsigned Reoorts. THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL AND THE PRESS, . .. i\ . , '•&lt;: ■ - "On the day before the issue of the writs for the Federal elections; the "Argus " declined to print two statements from Mr W. M. Hughes, commenting upon a speech made by Mr Joseph Cook, because, as the newspaper pointed out, they were not signed with - . ?Mr Hughes' true name and ad-; —dress as is now required by the Federal Elections Act. Mr Hughes referred to the in cident (reports W. T. Ely, in the " Age ") remarking that the edi torial note reminding him of the law and printing for his benefit the particular section of the Elec toral Act which makes the feigning of articles obligatory was a really good joke. " But," said the At torney-General, "the newspaper must not think it has a monoply 1 in jocular matters of this kind. To sh'ow at once how I appreciate a genuine joke and recognise the responsibilities of my office I have taken steps to put section 181aa in o'peration against the ' Argus...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
(MANUFACTURED BY THE RIVERINA HARVESTER COMPANY, COROWA.) Finds Sale by reason of. its. Superiority . . . over other , Makeroof Harvest-, n- ing Machikea. The; m^erina,.One-way- Disc Cultivator, Is our yeiy latest,machine,, .Write for particulars.., RIVERINA,.THRJJE-J'URBOW .MOULD;80A»D>,PLOW-.(Hendexson Patent - Wheels.' With o*i without;.i®Yolving, . • :Vi N.r-A.^8R0|im •. URANA, s . and OAKLAIMDS.:,iA is the district Agent for.., The Rivrrina-, Harvester-. ' and • ■ All Classes, of,, , V. ■ Farming Machinery. . - Orders entrusted to me will. ■' receive prompt attention. AGENT FOR*. Welsh Perrin and Co.'s (Melbourne... 'Pumps, Bentall Chaff-cutters, Corn .-and See' Crusher, Wheat .. Pickler v and .Smut Cleaner. Wolseley Sheep Shearing Machineg and " parts. . , . . v Fowler Traction Engines. Clayton, & Shuttleworth Portable. Steam , Engines. '"Federal? and "Farm Boy" Oil Threshing Machines. Alston's; Windmills and Troughing. Baltic Separator Co.'s (Sydney) ...Separators ...
EVERY FARM HAS CLIMATIC ZONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
EVERY FARM. HAS CLIMATIC ZONES. "There are climatic zones of every farm that need to be studied and taken ' advantage of, just as slight pecullari- }: ties in planis and animals are studied, j and taken advantage o£ In breeding,"' says Eric R.-Miller, United States wea ther forcaster, at the University of j Wisconsin,, in an article in the "Jour- j nal of Geography." j "Different soils have the power to produce local differences in tempera ture," continues Mr. Miller. "ThiB is '•> largely due to the power to absorb \ heat and to the power to give out by ) radiation. A good absorber Is a good radiator, and a poor absorber is a j poor radiator. The temperature chan- ) ges in the soil are very much modi- ! fled by the state of the atmosphere / above them. Clouds, dust, and fog, intercept both incoming and outgoing i radiation so that the range of tem- ; ucrature of the soil cannot be so great. Clouds and fog act as a blanket, for , thoy reflect back, and radiate back ; the heat sent...
Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
Tirana .? Directory: | .URANA (NiS.W.)—A postal, money order and telegraph, town, on the north ern side' of Urana Creek, at. the junc ,;on of five stock .routes, equidistant, from Narrandera anil fiorowa, and be, ^oen,. \Vagga and Dewliquin; , Stat6 Electorate' of Corowa, Federal Electorate of Rijrterina, 1 distaiit' . 70 miles from Albury, 405 miles, jfrom' Sydney, 220 from Melbourne:',,''' A daily train serves, Urana, connecting with the main Southern lino at The Rock. Coach to and from Corowa: via Oaklands. There is a daily mail from both Sydney and Melbourne. The chicf 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 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 for the Bplendld gravel de...
WHY BABIES CRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
WHY BABIES CRY. When an infant has a fit of scream ing, it is often put down by some mothers as a sign of hunger, or a fit of temper, but it is more likely to foe colic or indigestion. Very few babies, up to the age of two years, escape an attack of colic. If a baby is reared' on scientific lines, with regard to the kind and quantity of food, it may es cape; but the majority of babies un fortunately are not brought up on these lines, hence the poor little things cry distressingly, because their food has not agreed with them. When n child is suffering from colic, he will go on screaming whatever a nurse or mother may do. If he is lying down, he will probably draw up his knees in an effort to lessen his pain; if the abdomen is felt gently with the palm of the hand, it will be, found to be hard, and there will be the appearance of irregular swellings. This is owing to the presence of gas in the larger bower, the pressure of which is 'caus ing the pain. The child's face will also show t...
A FALLACIOUS ARGUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
A FALLACIOUS ARGUMENT. - There are some farmers who seem to care but little how lough, and ■ coarse the cattle they feed ,may be, provided they get them at a low price, and their argument is that cattle bought in at a low price are bound to get away from it. That may bo true, but how long are they about it? What do they coBt in food-stuffs, and : how much less per pound'do they rea lise when sold as compared with cat- ■ tie of breeding and quality.- It must be borne in mind that cattle that aro well bred and that have been well treated from their birth have had more than half the work done to them by their breeders, and when they pass into the feeders' hands to be fin ished off, they are a very short time about it, and, moreover, turn to the very best account every ounce of food given to them, and will thrive better on a given quantity that coarsely-bred animals will on double that quantity.. The difference, therefore, in feeding cattle of good breeding and those of a coarse, rough ...
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
"Jliur«h Services. CHUBCH OF ENGLAND. - ; : Services for the Month.. , First Sanday-slcrilderie, 11 a.m.,' 3 p.m. (Children's Service), and 7.30 p.m. Second Sunda/—Urana 11 (H.C.) -'and 7.30 p.m.; Round Swamp, 3 p.m. ; Third Sunday—Hartwood 11.15 a.m. (H.C.);. Jerilderib, 7.30. ,, Fourth Sunday.—Oaklands, 2.30 p.m.; Urana, ,7.30 p.m. - — J.' Lacy ' Winn, Vicar. "
LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
LADIES' LETTER. [ By Cello. Pneumonia and all kinds o£ chest troubles will be fashionable this win ter i£ the present mode o£ dressing is to continue through the colder months. At a large and well-dressed gathering last week it was noticed that collars are still being worn al most as low as in the summer months; high collars are still conspicuous by their absence and the skirts to the very smartest costumes are being slit.at the side almost to the knee, re vealing, not a nice 'kilting of silk or satin,, but a silk stockinged leg. Evening gowns have the opening in the centre front in most instances, although som'e are having it at the side. The newest shades showing for this winter are brown in all tones, also fawn, yellow and orange—all are to be exceedingly fashionable. The col or schemes on the whole are. ratimr brilliant, which is a contrast to last season's craze for black and white. Tailor skirts are having pleats but these are pressed down in order to give a perfectly flat app...
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
PRESBYTERIAN-CHURCH, Services for the Month.,i,^ . ... 1st Sunday—Bore'e Creek, 11 a.m.; Urana, 7.30 • Saturday Evening—Coonong. Station.^. ■Second Sunday—Qjree, 2.30 p.m.7 Bundure Station, 8 p.m. , Third „Sunday.—Clear Hills, \ 2 pjn.; Urana, 7.30 p.m. Fourth Sunday—Urana, 11' a.m.; Hon nd Swamp, 3 p.m. -
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
PROM VARIOUS SOURCES. It'is one of fortune's tricks that a lady, who would not cross Melbourne's streets or Sydney's crowded thorough fares without the escort of a police man should venture Into the great un known in China, Tibet, and Siberia. •Mrs. Mary Gaunt years ago was al most helpless in any public place. She had suffered from an affection of the eyes, for which an operation had been performed which left her like a horse in blinkers, without any side sight. She is no better off to-day, but being a courageous woman she does not per mit her infirmity to circumscribe her activities, and so I learn that she has reached Pekin after a picturesque trans-Siberian trip. ,Slie is malting Her way to Sezclman, the province closest Tibet, and is journeying along the Hoangho, and thence by camel cart. She proposes to cross the Gobi Desert and strike the Siberian railwav somewhere west of Harbin. Her ex ploits will soon rival those of the in defatigable Miss Kingston, for the Australian, nov...
Railway Timetable. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
: Railway Timetable;' Tho servic^ wiH'.be by tho. Down Ex-' press'train leaving Sydney at 7.25 p.ra, instead bv .thp., 10.5 p.pi train, tiS, Eormerlj.J ' DOWN;, i SIDNEY .* Tho Rock; , Tootool tfreuch Park Milbralong Napier . Lockhart Long Park Boreo Creek. Mucra Gullivel URANA URANA Uranagong::..■ Coorabin■„&lt; i, OAKLANDS; DP, 7.43 9.30 11.0 2,16 OAKLANDS Coorabin Uranagong . ; ,.i IJrana Cullivel. i. Mucra Boree Creek Long Park Lockhart Napier Mifbrulong French Park Tootool THE ROCK , SYDNEY Up Mail leaves The Rock at 4.52. p.m. fDaily, Saturdays excepted, from Sydney *On Sundays arrives Sydney 6,26 a.m. t Calls to pick up and, set .down passer gers, whon required. p.m. . deDart .7+26. arrive, depart ajn.' a.m. 5,40. , .6.56 6118 6J40 • 7.6 7±28 8.13 t85 55 V 9.45: 10J16 . arrive 10,45 ■s depart I llil5 ll.f~ o. .11:67/ . arrive 12.251 arrive, depart, ajn.. a.m. 9.60 10.7 10.85 -11.80: 11.50 _ p.m. 12.85 1.14 1J44 2.45 2J67 8.17 8±41 8}69 4.52 4.80 arrive 6*10
GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
GENERAL NEWS-' A Parisian actress, Mile. Lillian Raymond, noted for her Titian hair and ivory white skin, has furnished her bedroom in black and white, ani on her bed are sable velvet sheets and a black brocaded counterpane. The fashion is being copied by society ladies. » » • A Sydney confectioner named Wand less, who had made snake-charming : .his iiobby was bitten by one of his • pets. He was giving an exhibition of his mastery over a black snalte, said to be seven feet'in length, when it bit him on the chin. With all speed the seven snakes which comprised ■ the troupe were replaced la the bas ket, and' Wandless was hurried to the •-.i- Sydney:Hospital. .■ • » » . Numerous cases of housebreaking , have been-reported to the Mosman (Sydney) police lately. Hence, when It was reported that- a man was firing ■ a revolver in the bush near a road, •andjhis description corresponded with '.-.-that of a "wanted" man, several con " ■ stables-were sent-out. When the man • was arrested he sai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
froi', Chronic Cheat Complaints, Woods' Groat Peppermint Guro, 1/d, ; ©|"i Emits , (For the,tovvn and district of Urana.) i f • Is_ published'weekly on Fridays and is liberally-supplied 1 ■■ ( with reading matter.. The latest general information, matters of interest socially,, reports of all local:meetingst r/, J and-funotions,!, latest Jand.Jntelligence, reports of land • board .meetings,, reports of all district stock markets,and s other matters of local interest.' Whilst, it is a •• ! . A Liye Advertising Mediums Subscription*: 4s per quarter; 15s per annum in advance. * Dosted free to any address upon application. If yoii ;do 'not already Subscribe * to your localnewspaper, possibly it is that you'do not realise of what real benefitit would.likely. be..to- ... you. In the newspaper, columns mattersrare given .publicity, and bring under ithe notice :of. readers . - oftentimes-,the opportunity of benefitting- 'them ■ • selvesi- .... The farmer often gains^valuable ... information ...
DETAILLE AS PORTRAIT PAINTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
DETAILLE AS PORTRAIT PAINTER. Edouard Detaille's renown as a bat tle painter sometimes brought him strange commissions. One day there knocked at his studio a shy private soldier. He wanted a portrait of himself in uniform, to send to his par ents; he had saved up twenty-six francs for the purpose—he hoped that that was enough. It waa in- fact too much. Detaille dashed off the portrait In a few minutes, and then-said— "Never mind about the money. You;'j: may keep It to drink my health with'0 on one condition—that you don't re commend me as a portrait painter to your friends in the regiment. If you were to do that there would be some danger of my being overworked." Finding a lady reading "Twelfth Niglit," a facetious doctor tiBked: "When Shakespeare wrote about 'Patience on a Monument1 did he,» mean doctors' patients?" ' ' "No," said the lady, "you And them under monuments, not on them.",. Professor: You Bay you are engaged in some original research. Upon what subject? Undergraduate: ...
RAINFALL. The following is the record of [?] rainfall at Urana since 1870:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
ItAXSH-'AIilj. The - following is the - record-pf ho rainfall at Urana sincd 1870:— . . Year. . • lncneg. 1870 36 03 1871 ... - 21.08 - 1872 . 28.78 1873 1830 1874' ^ .... 17.56 1875 , 2457 1876 i 11.24 1877 • ... „.. 15.07 , ,1878 . . 19.08 '18'/. 1809 ' 1880 15.75 1881 !.. 14.45 1882 ' .. 16.44 * 1883 ' * 13.25 I'd84 , . - 11.44 '1885 ' .. 13.87 &lt; 18P6 ■ ... * .. 13.95 -18' 7 ■ ' ... ' .. . ! -2834 18j8,' ... .. 10.54 - 1889 28.81 - 1890 . ... 17.93: •- 1891 2260 1892 : 19.77 1893 17.61 ' 1894 1 21,29 1895 " \ ... * '... 13.14 1898 ' -"14.90 1897 9.48 ~ 1898 . , 8.56 -o 1899" . > ... , 11.11 • 1900 • ' ... - 20.15 t 1901 ... 1412 ••-1902 10.48 1903 5 , ^.. 18.19 1904 • ] ! 14 91 > '1905 , -... " 13 42 "1906 ... - -'2185 , 1907 ... 1 *... 11.85 , 1908 ; ' 1 ... 13 48; , 1909 ... 16.14 ~ 1910 ' ' ; 15.130 1911 ' .. 15798 ■, ' 1912 ' 1892 ' 1913 (to, date) . .. 9 80 Averago for 39 years—17- inches. Wid^iowa records for tho four years preceding are ai) follows:— , „ 1...
DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913
DEPARTURE OF MAILS. I Monday—9 a.m. Sydney, Wagga, T.P.O. Tirana, Lockhart, The Rock; 2.30 p.m. Overton: Settlers. - Tuesday,—0 a.m., Sydney,. Wagga, etc./ 8." p.m., .Cocketgcdong; 9.30 p.m., BerrK gun. ' > Wednesday—9 a.m., Sydney,: Wagga etc.; 9 a.m. Jerilderie and Gum Swamp. ! Thursday— 9\a.m., Sydney, Wagga, etc.; 2.30 p.m., Overton Settlers; 9.30 p:.m„ Corowa and Daysdale. I Friday.-^9 a.m., Sydney, Wagga, etc,, 3: p.m., Cooketgcdong.,...j. . ! Saturday.—9 a.m:, Sydney, Wagga, Tirana, etc,^ 9-ta.m.,. Jerilderie and Gum Shvamp;- -9.30 'p.m., Berrigan. ! | Sunday.—?-, p.m., Corowp- and Days dale. ' j Communication to Oaklands Post Office l>jy telephone and telegraph.