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Oaklands Mail Services. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

Oaklands Mail' Services.., ARRIVAL OF MAILS, j Monday.—12.40 p.m. from Sydney; r6i30.p.m. from Overton Settlers.' • ; STaesday.—12.40 p.m., Sydney; . 2.30 fpim., .Terildcric; midnight, Corowa and .Daysdale. j Wednesday,—8 81 a.m., Cockelgedong; .:12.40 p.m., Sydney; 3.30 p.m., Berrigan .• ! Thursday.—2.45 a.m., Berrigan;. 12.40 B,m.; Sydney; midnight, Corowa and aysdale. : i Friday.—1240 p.m., Sydney; 2.30. p. im„ Jerilderie. j Saturday — 8!30 a.m., Cocketgedong; 12.40 p.m., Sydney,; midnight, Corowa flihit Daysdale. j ! Sunday —8.30 p.m, Berrigan.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farmers and Fallowing. AN INSPECTOR'S CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

Farmers and Fallowing. AN INSPECTOR'S CRITICISM. Mr. A. H. B, McDonald, inspector of agriculture in the north-west sec tion of New South Wales, ig respon sible for the following statement on' the question of fallowing, which ap peared in his annual crop report:— .' Tlie season has again strongly einphasised the necessity for fallow ing. In almost every case where this system was followed faithfully very fair yields were obtained. A great many complaints are being uttered regarding the failure, of fallow during the past season; but when the ques tlton is faced and discussed without prejudice it is found that the condem nation has nothing' whatever to rest upon. As a matter of fact, those who ar0 condeming it have not tested it thoroughly. The treatment of the land which is called fallowing, and •which is condemned on the result of last season, is found to be the plough ing of the ground in early autumn and its reploughing before sowing. This is not fallowing. Others have been heard t...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STRANGE FUNERAL CUSTOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

A STRANGE FUNERAL CUSTOM? In Mexico, amongBt the Zap'otecans, a funeral Is a most quaint spectacle. The coffln goeB on in front next tlio band, empty, and the dead person'is carried on a sort of table/; covered witli flowers and surrounded by the women-kind of his family. ; No man ever attends "a burying," and th.ere is nothing sad and melancholy about it except the death wall that is sot up by the professional wallers as soon as the band ceases its weird music at the gate of the cemetery. These wo men-wallers are also engaged to sit near a grave, and Ul-lu-lu at so much per hour, to drive away the evil spirits from the newly-interred corpse;- in their brief Intervals of rest they munch maize-cakes and suck' oranges, which speak volumes for the invigor ating qualities of such food, since wail ing must be an exhausting and mono tonous profession, to say the least of it.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Continuous Wheat Growing COMPARISONS FROM COWRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

Continuous Wheat Growing . COMPAIUSONS FROM COWRA. -A feature of tile continuous wheat experiment at Cowra that must not be overlooked lias been the steady failure of the yield where wheat was grown every year, as against the averages on the fallowed section and on the sec tion where a fodder crop was grown in. every alternate year. It should be prefaced that the last two years were only fair, so that even the best farmed land does not show to advantage. The report available shows that the average for the first three years on the best of the unmanuretl plots where wheat' was grown every year was 21.4 ibushels, but for the last two years only 7.51 bushels. Fallowed land for the first three years gave an average of 26.5 bushels, for the last two years 19.35 bushels. Where fodder crops were grown every alternate year the average for the first three years was 27.2 bushels, and for the last two 22.15 bushels. : The figures for these two periods havo been thus put in opposition in order t...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THINGS TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

THINGS TO KNOW. ■ A Slmiilo Remedy.—Tlio torn loaf of ii book can bo mendod by pasting now white tienuo paper over It with transparent paste. The print will ; show through. To Keep Awny Files.—Put n> bunch of freshly gathered mint Into a jar, and pluco It near meat or any kind' u£ food, and you will ilnd tho fllos will not go noar It. A Uso for Turpentlno.—Moths and other Insects will keop away from cup boards If tho shelves aro washed with t turpentlno and water, while cock- . roachcs will avoid places where It Is sprlnklod. In washing a kilted skirt tack tho pleats from tho points whoro tho ma chine stitching ends all tho way to tho bottom of tho sltlrt, leaving tho. fold ontlroly froc. Tho skirt may now bo washod and ironod as easily as a plain gored skirt, and the pleats^ will retain their shape. ■ * ' ,v A Hoalth Hint.—If you want to lcoep well squeeze tho juice of throe lemons into a lnrgo Jtig, pour over It n quart of water, add a teaspoonful each of Epsom salts and sugar,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

SUFFERED ACUTELY. " For about three months I suffered acutely from liver trouble," writes Mr. W. II Capon, " Turilvillo," Turill, N.S. \V. " Mr. T. McDermott of McDermott and Son, recommended me to try Cham berlain's Tablets, which I did. They were the only medicine that could re lievo me—in f.icl I hoy completely cured mo very, gu'.o l/0" Spld ovorywteA

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRIVATE WIRELESS MESSAGES. EXPERIENCES IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

PRIVATE WIRELESS. MESSAGES EXPERIENCES . IN MELBOURNE.. Charles Holland, a' 'bityclo makerf aged 21, has a wireless telegraphic apparatus on which he hears messages repeated from Sydney.., Ho ,state4 that there aro thirteen, private, wire-' lesB stations in Melbourne. ' Talking through the air at nighttime over t;hq city is like1 the Tower of Babel. * '

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Markets. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

Sydney Markets. SYDNEY, Monday. At the sales at the railway yards to day 42-trucks :-were offered, and 15 .passed In. Wheaten chaff "was firm, "and other commodities-; were easier. 'Quotations: Wheaten chaff, choice 5/1 to 5/6,' prime 4/2 to 4/9 good 3/6 to 3/11; lucerne hay, choice small 6 '6, good 5/'to-''fi/S'pJiiCjSfiie chaff, prime 5/3, medium 3/6; lucerne dust, drime 6/3; good 4/10; medium 3/J0;to 4/1; lu cerne threshings. good 309; wheat, medium;". 3/2> Wheaten chaff, from Storey, Old Junee, 3/11; ex Wagsa, .passed''at 4/6; "Landgren, Goolamon, S/9; Slater, Harefield, 5/3. Oaien chaff, from Clark, Wagga, passed ait 2/9; Landgren, Coolamon, 4/3, truck passed at 4/2. :"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

■■Commonweaitfo.ggjgg| Bank of Hustralfa Bronchos are open for the transaction of General Banking; Business throughout Australia m under New South Waloa—Sydney and Canberra. Victoria—Melbourne, Queensland—Brisbane and Townsvilte. South Australia -Adelaide. Western Australia,—Perth Tasmania-Ilobart. And at Kgypt House, 315-33 New Broad Street, London Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign Hills negotiated and •ollcctcd. Letters of Credit and Circular Notes issued to any part of the world. Hills negotiated i forwarded (or collection. Hanking and Exchange Hu Ocmmonwealth, United Kingdom and foreign countiie* SAVINGS BANK Apancloe are open in practically all Post OfRccs Commonwealth and Papua. Wlthdrawalq on domand may be effected forsu i of every description transacted within ttif DEPARTMENT vhich issue Money Orders in tho Australian II Minimum /■ Deposit Viu JiKCiiT. 1913 8% up to £10at any Office within Mie Commonwealth Rate of Interest on all D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

WirthB' Circus eDgine got derailed, and suveh dlephauta were tried to re rbil:if,':but without"a^ail: Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs ana Colds, never fails, 1/6 .The recent storm left few beach 'buildings' at Manly intact, except the 'North Steyne ■ bathing'shed The annual horse show of iue Royal Agricultural Society will be held on August '2nd next, and tfie sales from 4th to 8th August. Mr. Flowers states that he will give Mr. Holman the same loyal p.up ' port that he has given to Mr. Mc Gowen. ' A basis on which reciprocity may bo established hag been arrived ati by Mr. Tudor and Mr. Foster (Can ada). Fot Bronchial Coughs take" Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/<L The Grenfell District Hospital's Saturday appeal resulted In £105 be ini,' collected in Grenfell, and when the country lists are in'hand about ; .12CU will be'the net'result. » ' ■

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Election Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

Election Topics. Ma Wood, tho Liberal fighter, had~a • lively mooting in Wagga. His replies to. interjections got right home, and were, loudly cheered. . > Mr Millen spoke in Wagga on Tuesday, night. Mr R. T. Ball, M.L.A., hasJieen tour, in" Riverina electorate, addressing meet ing on Mr Falkiner's behalf. Ma C. G. Wade, leader of the Liberal Party, has also taken the field on Mr Falkiner's behalf. Both candidates, Mr Falkiner and Mr Chanter, speak at Narandera on Friday night previous to the polling day, Satur day next. Mr Falkiner wired yesterday that he had buccessfui meetings at VVyalong, Teniora, Ardlothan and Cootamundra in which centres the Liberal vote would be solid. Scrutineers ot the Federal election must have their papers Bi'gned by ihe candidates. A matter that has not been dpne for chia election and which should be seen to by the Electoral Returning Officers, ia the notification of tho situation of the polling booths. For the Labor intorests this does not matter a g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

_ RABBIT ' POISON-.." You get best results from tins splendid rabbit bait, lis flavour tempts—It kills rapidly. "BOSKKR" is used by leading sheep-breeders, and testified to bjrDatgciy &. Co., Goldslorough Mort A Co., ; Wool and Stock Journal, Inspectors Hank N.S.W. ! Stations. Write for free book and particulars, j ELLIOTT BROS., Ltd., SYDNEY The sum of 1G00 guineas is not a record price obtained for an' Austra lian bred ram. On September 5, 1S83, Messrs. Fisken and Gibson sold from Mr. John Cummings' stud a ram for 3150 guineas, the purchaser being T; N. Cummings. In his address at the official open ing of the Trangie show the Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Trelle, gave a di rect denial to the statement that he had said sheep were a curse.'' What he did say was that lands near the railways and watercourses should not be withheld froin cultivation. No one could take offence at that. V Further than that, he had already tried to fos : ter the merino industry. ■ J ' . NOTHING TO ...

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CHAPTER XIV. A Brush with the Enemy—Spy in Camp. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

CHAPTER XIV. A Brush with the Enemy—Spy in Camp. The wild outbreak of the conquer ed races in their dash for freedom had swept the north-west provinces of India. The bitterness displayed by them in the flrst rush, instead of ton ingdown, grew in intensity. The stubbornness of the defence-at Luck now, and the smart movement o£ col umns of English troops, as they ad vanced into the area of disturbance, did not lessen the feeling. Delhi re taken, Havelock relief, Sir Colln's ad vance, coming quick one after the terr,or amongst the re bels, but the punishments meted out to high and low were such as to con vince all that they must fight, as vic tory, defeat, or surrender equally 2' to flSht while thoy could, and kill every member of the white race than be shot like dogs when taken, without the semblance of hv H? or',If with onei be strung tip by the neck or blown from the can non s mouth. Tho rule of terror which mSSn\T mutiny at the beginning made the mutineers flght' to tho bit ter end...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

01 qu E^-tfise lo yoEir Doer KILE*'S BAKSAEN CALKS | Are SH2 wss&r of sna Age. 1 llsre's ens:— I Improved Dress Bale, fj Full Pre**'Length of Lt. Ground Print, M unother of Dark Cambric Print, soother . rj; full.dress lcncth of prcttj., fashionable, El washing "Voilette." a skirt IcogUi of i-3 sg Cnshjnerej Another of nrw Crash Linen, |V !S A: Blouse LeuKth o/ nice White Muslin, fci 5 , atiQtfier of Trutty Coloured Muilin, sod & yet another of VelTetta Cloth. This S3 | i liuk'o- collection"' of. Three-Full Dress £3 Pieces, Two Skirt Lengths, Three Blouse h J-'Pieces, wIth luilf a dozen White Calico fcs i ..for lining. • Lure; and" Buttons for trim- Em | miiiR. hooka, cotton.-etc. The whole K| ra lotvlor M/-.-. 'Ko proQt in it for 0 if] iiftcr paying carriage; hut tbls ere [J bargain fdvertim our general cnea | Men's Parcel. y .Vo Joke, nhout" thle: Good article?. ..f.3 .500'..■ A- Full- Size -Suit -of Clothes." ' *;i" Tweed, anj sire: a Soft Shirt, a Felt •s&...

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The Luck of Jack Seaton. A TALE OF MILITARY LIFE IN INDIA. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XIII. Strange Meeting of Father and Son. —The Escape. "Myself am hell; [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

The Luck of Jack Seaton, A TALE OF MILITARY LIFE IN INDIA. By MAJOR R. STIRLING. ; Author of "The Bonnie Belle of Watley." Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XIII. | Strange Meeting of Father and Son. —The Escape. . "Myself am liell; Anil, in the lowest deep, a lower deei.>, Still threatening to devour me, opens wide, To which the hell I suffer seemB a heaven." —Milton. : It was nearing midday, and the heat and glare of the sun had stilled down busy life, the usual quiet of the day and season prevailing. Men alone iu and arourd Cawnpore, crawled along, seeking each other's lives; the leaders, not ao actively inclined, rest ed 'in cool spots, devising plans for thef speedy destruction oC the hated Europeans. •Mudpindo had spread his mat in the shade of a large tree, and with legs crossed, elbows resting on his knees, arid his round, bullet-like head away down, between his legs, he sat and communed with himself. "Ah," he murmured, "if it had not been for the stupid old fool at Mee rut, with...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

/ KOTIOE. Iherohy gipe'Notioe U"*f; POISON' ib; laid m.inv Jfivddocka. . 1 ? ^ 1\ D. FEALEV. , i - ' Mohoijgu, -1 ' - 13ih Juuu, 1911. T-.''',. ";;„r ; NOTICE. • WHEREAS a- Section.; of the .Public are in the habit of loaving .-open Rabbit-, ?roof Gates,on. Station Boundary Fences,. hereby -give final notice that legal proceedings will bo taken against any one. leaving said gates opon; after: tins date. F. E., WHITEHEAD. . Butherwah,.. February,,i27thi 1909. , • Notice., ANYONE.• found i Shooting, Hunting, or •otheryiBQ.Trespassiag.onllranspIinoPail docks,will. be .prosecuted.. , H. HAZELWOOP, , ; • ' ■ Manager. Notice. ANY Porso.v or.,Pornona found TrcBpnssiiig on Co!ombo. Plains , or cMoreunduliv&tnlions without permission fronn the, updorsigncd will be proneoultsd. ■ r -v. . ■ . A."& D. KEANE. ■ CUR1?D - COLDS ■ AND BRONCHITIS. " Some time ago," writes Mrs.; N, J. Johnston, Little- River, N.Z., "my two boys, Leoiiard and Tom, had severe colds and bronchitis. 'Havi...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. VOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. VOTING. Furmers would do well to note that1 in the Federal Elections they are not . tied down to any particu'ar polling > booth-'in the State as to1 where they Bhall Tote. For instance, a farmer at at Milbrulong or Osborne can go to Wagga, Albury, Sydney or anywhere else,_and record a vote for The Hume. This information may be handy to 'those who will have to travel next week. The following- incident, is related at the expense of the immigrants as being true, and it is said it happened on a farm near Temora last week. Still it gives an idea of t^e immigrants' uncertainty of the prospects of Aus tralian life. He was a Scotchman, brand new, and the cocky during the drive from ihe railway station to the farm was explaining Australian farm life. " We feed on boiled wheat mostly out here," he said, " I suppose its not what they're used to doing in Scotland." " Weel no," replied the new man, " but I'm prepared to rough it a bit." He was relieved,- no doubt, to hear a...

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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913. Our Unreliable Train Service [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

PUBLISHED! EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913. Oar UnreliableTrajn Service It is r.jt surprising that Melbourne is complaining loudly of the chronic lateness of the express from Sydney. So unreliable is the service, that pas sengers are being warned not to depend upon catching certain country trains, or the outgoing Orient steamer, which is timed to depart at two o'clock, or two hours after the duo time of the express. The delays are wholly the fault of New South Wales. At Wagga the state- of affairs has become so bad that instead of the old assertion of surprise, "The train is late to-day," travellers who have been used to taking matters somewhat easy of late, find ing that the train is on time exclaim, "The train is early to-day 1" It is such a novel experience when this occurs that they upselt their nervous system for the whole of the (day. Really, the regularity of the lateness of the express and mail trains seems to denote mismanagement in the regu lation ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night Woods' Great Peppermint. Cyte, 1/d.

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