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Strike Penalties. STRICTURES BY JUDGE HEYDON. "TRANSPARENT AND DISHONEST SOPHISTRIES." £557 10s. IN FINES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

Strike Penalties. STRICTURES BY JUDGE IIEYDON. "TRANSPARENT AND DISHONEST SOPHISTRIES." £057 10a. IN FINES." Sydney, Monday. In dolivoring judgment in tho In dustrial Court to-day In tho case against tho second Latch of Darling Harbour poriors, in connection with tho recent railway strike, Judge Hoydon said tho defencc put up by the men was a series of transparent and dis honest sophistries. Defendants knew the stoppage meant paralysis of the whole service and they betrayed their trust, and showod not the smaallost consciousness that tlioy owod any duty to Iheir fellow citizens. After further scathing remarks, His Honor fined each of tho fifty defendants £10, and a guinea costs, tho fines to be rccoverablo from defendants' wages. Tho total amount of the fines is £557 10s.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Melbourne Railway Smash. DAMAGES AGAINST THE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 23 May 1913

Melbourne Railway Smasfa. DAMAGES AGAINST THE DEPART MENT. Miss Queenie Cust, oC Carlton, sued tlio Railway Department for £1000 damages because of Injuries sustained in the railway accident at show timo. The case was settled, the plaintiff ag reeing to take £C25.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Wrong Again! [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

Wrong Agalnl Schoolmistress: You dirty ftb'y! Why don't you wash your face, and not let it show what you had for breakfast, this morning? Small Boy: What was it? Schoolmistress: Eggs. . Small Boy: Wrong! Egga Was yesterday!

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Not to be Caught. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

Not to bo Caught. A distant relative had taken up His quarters -with a newly-married couple .who had received Mm With every mark of consideration. But when, after a week's stay In their houBe, tha guest began to make himself more and more at home the couple deliber ated on the best means of gottihg rid of the hanger-on and Intruder without offending him. "I tell you what," said the husbandi "to-morrow at dinner I will grumble about the soup, saying it is over-salt ed; you will then flare up, and when the dispute is at its height wo will appeal to the decision of our relative. If he takes your part I will tutn him out of doors, and if he sides with ate you will do the same." The plan was acted upon, and in the midst of the quarrel the husband and wife called upon their guest to declare which of thom was In the right. But ho coolly replied: — "You see, my dears, during the cou ple of months I intend staying with you I have made up my nilnd not to lntetfere in your domestic hrolls!"

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A Dangerous Stove. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

A Dangerous Stove. A French physician called on ono of his patients, a lady, who was com plaining of headache and general pros tration. "I'll tell you what's the mat ter with you, madam," he said prompt ly; "It's that stovo you have over I there: Those coal-burning stoves are reservoirs of poison—the deadliesi things in the world." "But that stove cost mo one hun dred francs'." protested the lady. "Never mind that; better lose any amount of money than your life. I'll tell you what I'll do; I'll give yoa twenty-five francs for It, and find some way of getting rid of the per nicious object." The lady consented and the doctor removed the stove. A few days later the patient, who thought of changing her residenco, went out to inspect a suite of rooms, and the first thing that met her gaze was the stove. "Who lives here?" she asked of the servant who was showing lier over the rooms. "Madame A., madame,' said the ser vant respectfully—"Doctor B'a mother in-law."

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The Wheat Congestion. THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

The Wheat Congestion. ' THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER'S ... - DEFENCE. ! i: "• An influential "deputation from the ,Sydney Chamber of Commerce Raited on' the Chief Railway Commissioner on Tuesday with regard to the car ria&a of wheat and the inability of 'the'departinent to cope with the har The members of the deputation .:pointe<L_ out the difficulties that beset those connected with wheat growing and exporting. at the present time, . and showed to what unnecessary ex penise millers, and shippers were put to owing to their inability to ge wheat promptly from the country to the metropolis. There were also losses" through' stacking? and re-bag ging, and extra handling charges, all ' of which might be avoided. They asked the Chief Commissioner what would be'done'to help them in the matter.' ' ' In :reply, the Chief Commissioner admitted that the department were behindhand this season, but the diffi culty was largely brought about by the extraordinarily rapid expansion of.'...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Had His Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

Had His Revenge. He waB a Burly and quarrelsome old farmer, and the only person of any im portance wl.o had managed to" avoid clashing with him was the mild-man nered vlear. But even thiB forbearing gentleman lost his temper when the farmer im pudently turned his horses loose In the churchyard and 'refused to take them out again. High Words ensued, and the Vicar so far forgot himself &a to call the farmer a "broken-down old mulft/' Off went the farmer on the Instant and crashed nolBlly into the vlV-age lawyer'B office. "The vicar has just c&lled me a broken down old mule," he tiiwied, "What am I to 'do?" , Now the ia;wyer had once received a severe -rebuff from the farmer, and had waited; for years for a chance to repay it. Here was . Ills opportunity, an<l lie seized it with both hands. "Don't come' to'me about' it," he said coolly. "I can't pitch you up. Tin no veterinary Surgeon."

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Too Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

Too Personal. TIio traveller was relating one of his experiences while on his Journey. "I was noticing In particular," ho said, "the great amount oC wasto that was going on about mo. During tho afternoon I went into tho dining-car, which was crowded; so I sat down near ono end of tho car opposite a stout lady, who, I thought weighed at least 250 pounds. "As I looked past the woman, through tho car window, not noticing her particularly, I was Impressed by tho vast amount of farm machinery that was unsheltered and exposed to the weather, and could not help but remark: 'What a waste!' Tho woman opposite me faced me squarely and said: 'Sir, kindly mind your own business."'

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A Bit of "Hole" Right. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

A Bit of "Hole" Right. A woll-knowu GippBland farmer, possessed of a considerable Benso of humor, had for a long tlmo been pe titioning the local shire council to (111 up a deep mudholo on tho common before his house, but Without 'rofiult. One very wet night, however, as ho was seated -comfortably bcforo his fire, a tremendous cry for liolp ;waB- heard from tho outside. The farmorj seiz ing a lantorn, opened tho door arid peered out Into tho dfirknesB, 'to find throe of tho council men, on their re turn home from a meeting, had missed their way across tho common, 'and wore now struggling in tho mudholo. "Well, gentlemen," said tho old son of tho sodl, as l»o survey ed them grimly, "I iim glad to soo you stirring in this matter at last."

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ; Servicos for tho Month. ' 1st -Sunday—Boree: Creek, II aaij; Urana, 7.30 p.m. ' ' Saturday EVcr.ing—Coanong Station.!, Second Sunday—Qjree, 2.30 p.m.); Bundure Station,. 8 p.m.. ' Third Sunday.—Clear Hills,. 2 p.m.; Urana,. 7.30 p.m. . Fourth Sunday—Urana, 11 a.m.;Ron nd Swamp, 3' p.m.

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Sacrilegel [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

Sacrilege I A delightful story 1b going . tlio rouixlH about the much-discussed dlii nor of the chefB, when M. lDscofller'a new dish, "Praises Sarah Bernhardt,",, was served and eaten by all tho great culinary exi)erta In Ixmdon. Ono of tlio French chefs, nftor the (lrat ecstatic mouthful of the now dlall, turned to his neighbor, a welUltnown journalist, nnd asked him In' solemn tones what ho thought of Escofllor'B masterpiece. "Tho flavor reminds me," was' the reply, "of tho acid drops I used to buy in the tuck-Bllop at school." The Frenchman rolled his oyeB In horror. . "Heavens!^-he ' gasped. .VYoii are not fit to be In this divine assombly!"

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CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Lockhart Parish.) [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

CATHOLIC CHURCH. (Lockkart Parish.) : Mass will bo celebrated as follows Mount Carmcl, Lockhart.—Every 1st and 3rd Sunday, at 8 and 11 • aim. Vespers at 7.30 p.m. St. Fiacre's, Urana.—Every 2nd andl! 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. Voapera at 7.80', p.m. St Ita's, Urangeline.—Every fifth Sun-1 day. (wheai occurring) at 11 a.m..

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AMUSING INCIDENTS. Hearl Hearl [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

AMJTSING ■ INCIDENTS. 'Hbarl Hear! The lato' Earl or Crawford u.Bed to toll a story of a couiitry wdriititi ho mot near WcstriilnBtor Vho >Bked liim to point out some of the 'ne'lgli boring sights. Lord Crlnvford pointed oat West minster Abbey, and thon ho drew her attention to tho Houses of Par liament. "Well, now," exclaimed the old lady; "If that ain't a fine bulidln'I It ain't, the gasworks, is it?" "It is, madam," replied hla lord ship promptly. "That Is tho gas works of tho wholo IJrltish nation!"

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COREEN-SAVERNAKE MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

COREEN-SAVERNAKE. MAIL SERVICE. A new time-table " has- been directed between Coreen and Savernake, from 19th March. Mail will leave Coreen.i every Wednesday and Saturday ■ at: 6 • p.m., arriving, at- Savernake ■: 10 a.m. Return^, leave Savernake • every; Wednea-' day and. Saturday at . 2 . p.m., arriving at .Coreen 6 pjn..

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PROVIDE SHADE FOR THE PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

PROVIDE SHADE FOR THE PIGS. One of the very necessary things to provide for the pigs during the heat of the day is shade. It is known a hog cannot stand much heat, for the reason that he cannot perspire like most animals and, therefore, a cool place must be provided for him. Na tural shado is, of course, best it dense enough; the darker the place for them during the heat of the day the better, but there should be a good circulation of air. Pigs seldom leave the cool shade until towards evening, at which time you will And them out grazing like a drove of cattle. After the even ing feed of grain they will remain out till welL in the evening, and tho very first thing in the morning one will find they will go to their cool shade and remain during the heat of the day. It is when lying in sblid comfort that they are adding the pounds to their weight and making money for their owner. Our web can never be as perfect as if wo had not erred, for every thought we harbor affects character, as e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

IMPORTANT! From a. Hufc~ ^C0A;..SM0N-ai0ME8TE'AD J am- prepared to^BuUd-any-'description of Dwellings. Flans and Specifications Prepared and submitted for buildings free of charge. ONEQUALITY ONLY - THE' BEST of Building Material Stocked. ; COTTAGES BUILT ON TERMS. ' y. Agent for Northern Insurances Co. JAMES HENDERSON! BUILDER: & CONTRACTOR', URANA. [PHONE. 40. ISi'ana. Cordial Factoru.: Creo-.. SOTliT : . PROPRIETOR. Formerly of Hatteraloy's Famous Yack andandah Soda..Water Factory' and of Adelong, Tumut, and Jerildorie. i Aerated Waters of all kinds and Cordials sent to any part of the district. SUFFERED ACUTELY. " For about throe months I suffered acutely from liver trouble," writos'Mr. -W. H. Capon, " Turilville," Turill, N.S. W. " Mr. T. McDormott • of McDermott and Son, recommended mo .to try Cham berlain's Tablets, , which I did. Tliey wore the only medicine that could re lievo me—in fact they ■ completely curcd mo very, ' gaiCHlya" Sold feyory'wteat .-!i :'■■■■■>...

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TEACH GIRLS TO BE HOME-MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

TEACH GIRLS TO BE HOME MAKERS. We all know the usual fate o£ the girl. It is marriage;' consequently wifehood and motherhood. ; She may teach, she may study mu sic, or she may work In an office for a time, but she is very likely to marry sooner or later. Then why not pre pare her for the trials and duties that await her? The girl who has been brought up in a good home by a mother who is a mother in the truest sense has the best chance of becoming a good wire and-mother, while the girl who comes of a home of unhappy conditions and lacking that all-powerful lnfluenco of a good home, a good mother and the proper training, is seriously handicap ped. And she is sure to have plenty of grief and sorrow in store for her when she marries. Keep the young girl at home under your loving and watchful care as long as possible. To bo sure, she must have a good education, and perhaps a business edu cation, that she may make her own way if necessary; but do not neglect the most Important part of a g...

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Oaklands Mail Services. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

Oaklands Mail Services.^ i ARRIVAL OF MAILS. Monday.—12.40 p.m. from Sydney;.; G.30 p.m. from Overton Settlers.. Tuesday.—12.'40 jp.m., Sydney;; 2.30: &,m., Jerilderio; midnight, COrowa and' aysdale. Wednesday.—8.31 a.m., CocketRSdong;; 12.40 p.m., Sydney ; 3.30 p.m., Berrigan i Thursday.—2.45 a.m., Berrigan; 12,40 &,m.; Sydney; midniglit, Corowa and aysdale. Friday..—124Q1 p.m., Sydney; 2.30 p.. m„ Jerilderie. Saturday—8:30 a.m., CooketRedong;, 12.40 p.m., Sydney; midnight,: Corowa. mil Daysdalo.. Sunday.—3.30 p.m; Berrigan. .

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RAINFALL. The following is record of [?] rainfall at Urana since 1870:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

BAlNFAIiJL., following-is-the record ot bo v.rainfall > at: Urana ■ since 1870:— .ffis . •: Year*.:, 187ft: 1871 1872-: ... ,M878^vi ...; • 1874o 1 ... 1876 • ... 1876, .... ' 1877 - .... . '■ 18781- .... i - 18W ... . 1880 - ... j .18J31, ...' 1882- ... 1883-. ... . 1<S84 ... ~ 1885 - ...' ' 18PB- ... 1BI-1 '* « 18j8* - 1889-' i ... jr. i-1800c ... ,* -c 1891'{ ^... i( sw '1892 v. ... ,K - -1893 i. ... ?! , 1894 .„ 1896 & •, ,1896 ' ,1897 ? ... 1898. „... • 1899, < 1900 ... : . 1901 1903., ... . 1908' ... 1904 ... 1905 1906 ... 1907 " ... 1908 .. i 1909 ... 1910 'i 191'ln ... 1912 ■ 1913 (t»i date) V • Inches, 86.oa. 21.08. 28.78' 18.30 17:56; ■ 24.57, 11.24 16.07 19.08 18.09 i 15.76:, 14.45 16.44 13.25 11.44 13.87 13.95 28.84 10.54 28.81' 17.93 < 22.60 19.77 17.61 ■ •2ft, "29 13:14 14.90,,' 9.48. 8.56 ■ 11.11 20.15 14.12 10.48 18.19 14.91 . 13:42 21.85 11.85 13.48 16.14 . 15.60 15.98 18.98 0 80 . Average for. 39 years—17 inches.; r Widgi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913

|l|!IIUIIIillll!)llllllllll!lll!ll|||lllllll)l!!!!IR , HeOT©9! Cure ^ Those, who have taken :thia m^-licine are amazed at its splendid healingpow.er. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing/Pain or Soreness in the cheat, experience delightful and rapid reliv and to those who are subject to. Colda on the. Cheat it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving . Strength, to the Voice.and it neither, allows a Cough or Asthma to befcome chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where ""Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated .with this medicine. No house should: be without fc as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is' certain. ■ Sold bjr ©H Chemists and Medicine Vendors.' .; abon, Biliousness,: Bad Breath, Headache,: Indige&k®.

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