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Royal Wedding in Berlin A BRILLIANT FESTIVAL. BRIDE'S REMARKABLE TROUSSEAU. BERLIN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
Roval Wedding in ^Berlin a brilljakt" festival. bride'S remarkable trous '• . - SEAtr. • ; berlin, Thursday. Berlin is crowded with Royalties and other notabilities in connection ■witlit the forthcoming marriage o£ the Wraperor's only dau^iter' to Prince ErtfestJ'son' of the Duke o£ Cumber land:' "All the details itf regard to the 'festivities have been arranged in con sultation with the Emperor, who him- _ self lias organised a marvellous page-' antry and revived a number of his toric customs which had long fallen into disuse. At the last moment His Majesty de cided to give the British and Russian Sovereigns a grand military welcome at the railway station and suppv them with a large military escort to the palate. 1 Alter the civil marriage on Satur day in the electoral room, in the pre sence of the relatives of the bride and bridegrom, a stately procession will be formed and will proceed through the picture -galleries to the Chapel Hoyal, -where the religious ceremony will take pla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
NOTHING TO EQUAL IT. " For the immediate relief and com plete cure of influenza there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." writes Miss Fanny 'Bonhote, Marrawab, Tas ."It has relieved me of this complaint and .1 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 one bottle always cures my colds." Sold by all chemists and store keepers. At Chrislchurch (N.Z.) a jury awar ded £350 damages to Tasker, trainer of the mare Lady Clare, which was scratched for all engagements in metro politan trots. Ho and the owner, Clin ton/had an. agreement to share the winnings. Tasker failed to accept for the New Zealand Trotting Cup, for wliicli Clinton had backed the rnare. Clinton retaliated by scratching the mare for all engagements. The External Affairs Minister lias re ceived a report on the proposed rail way from Port Moresby to Sapphire Creek. A 2ft. gauge line, to cost £44,000, is recommended; ...
13,200 13,200 divided by 6—2,200. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
13,200" . 13,200 divided . by. 6—2,200.. 2,200 x 10 (depth)—22,000 cubic.:feet 29,000 divided W 27—8,14' —area., fit tank, in cubic yards, ir you,.want »o nna .size.before sink ing you can • obtain the length.- and breadth of what tho bottom will be on completion. Thus: This tank' has the top measurements 60ft. by 80ft; depth, lOfty; slopes on three - sides - 2 to 1, and on .one side (the roadway) 4 to 1; in tho broadth,' 2 to 1 for 10ft— 20ft, .this .on, oitbor side,—40ft. This Bubstractod ..from 60ft. leaves 20ft. in breadth ^ tho bottom. . In the lonsth on one suie,. 2 to 1 slopes x 10—20rt.; and on the' remaining sido, which:is 4 to 1 by 10ft. (loop—40ft. For both Bides, 60ft,. to be taken oK from ,80ft in length and will loave,20ft, thus 20ft, z 20ft. "to bo the measurement, of tho bottom, • . j .
More Taxation. PROBABLE STATE LEGISLATION. MR. CANN'S DILEMMA. A WAITING MR. HOLMAN'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
More Taxation. PROBABLE STATE LEGISLATION. MR. CANN'S DILEMMA. AWAITING. MR. HOLMAN'S RETURN. All details concerning tlio legislation to bo introduced at the forthcoming ses sion of the Slate parliament are to be hung up until Mr. Holman arrives in Sydney. One of the most interesting possibilities of the session is the intro duction of-new taaxtion proposals. Tlie Treasurer, Mr. C'ann, wonld not discuss the probable sources of now Xevenue, or commit himself to any state ment, but it is gathered that he recog nises that both ends will not meet without either a violent use of the pruning knife or the raising of moro revenuo. Referring during a speech at Laun ceston (Tas.) to the proposed Federal steamsliip sorvice, Mr. O'Malley, Min ister for Home Affairs ,said that the Foilor.il Government intended milting on three steamers to trade to Tasmania, one from Launceston, one from Burnie, and one to trade to Sydney. All t'loso would Bteam 30 knots an hour. Pooplo would bo enabled to leave ...
The Peace Conference. DIVIDING THE SPOILS. RETARDING INFLUENCES AMONGST ALLIES. 105,000 MILES OF CONQUERED TERRITORY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
The Peace Conference. DIVIDING THE SPOILS. RETARDING INFLUENCES AMONGST ALLIES. 105,000 MILES OF CONQUERED TERRITORY. LONDON. Wednesday. Y The intrigues of the allies amongst themselves are reported to be greatly retarding the wort of the peace con ference. Bulgaria and Turkey are ready to sign the treaty, as a basis of peace. Dr. Daneff suggests that as hostilities were stopped by the powers, they arc under a moral obligation to see that peace is signed without delay, and they should suggest that the amend ment in the treaty proposed by Servia and Greece should be considered after the formal signature of the peace ar rangements. A statement has been circulated which shows that the conquered territory totals 169,000 kilometres. Bulgaria proposes to take 87,000, Servia 20,000 llonien egro 7,000, and Greece 11,000 kilo metres, leaving Turkey to retain 12,000 and Albania 26,000. Servia and Greece propose tbaL Bul garia should have 61,000 kilometres of the additional territory, Servia 3...
Increasing Population. SATISFACTORY FIGURES TO MARCH 31st. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
Increasing Population. SATISFACTORY FIGURES TO MARCH 31st. The estimate of the population o£ New South Wales for the March quar ter has been received from the Govern ment. It shows that on March 31 the number of people in the State was 1,799,492, of whom 94G.730 wore males and 852,702 were females. At the end of 1912 the population was 1,778, 962 so that the gain during the quar ter was 20,530, of which 8139 was due to the excess of births"over"deaths' and 12,391 to the excess of arrivals over departures. The gain from botli sour ces was most satisfactory as they have never been exceeded in this quarter. The total increase is 8910 more than the average of the Marcli quarter dur .ing the preceding five years' and is at the rate of 4.6 per cent, per annum. Of tho increase by excess of arrivals during tho quarter 2193 was tho gain by land and 10,198 the gain by sea. As regards tho movement of the popu lation 3476 was th,e gain from' other States of tho Commonwealth and 8915 from countr...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
Commercial. Dalgety & Co, Ltd., Lookhart report holding their UBUttl monthly market on Saturday laBt when they yarded 1600 sheop to a good attondance - of buyers. Tho yarding oonBiated principally of all wethers and they succeeded in selling tho whole yarding with the exception of 90 shoep. Merino wethers 6 and 8 tooth carrying good skins in good condition 15/8. Merino wethers 4 and 6 tooth extra woll grown with fair elfins in forward condition mado 14/2, merino wethers 2-tooth well woolled in fair condition 11/9 ; Crossbred wethers made from 18/4 to 19/; Crossbred hoggets woll woolled and grown made from 14/ to 16/5 j Crossbred ewes 4 and 6 tooth lambing mado to 17/9.
Football Association Meeting IMPORTANT BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
Football Association Meeting IMPORTANT BUSINESS A meeting of the Lockhart Foot ball Association was held on Mon day evening when there were pre sent:.Messrs P. Sullivan (chair), Hoban, Warren (Urana). Patey, Kilpatrick " (Oaklands), O'Neill Or me (Boree), Cavanagh, Smith (Lockhart), W- Goode, A. W. Bol ger (Tootool) and W. E. Barwick, hon. secretary. Dealing with ap plications for umpires, Messrs J. Doherty (Lockhart) and J. P. Slattery (The Rock) .were appoin ted. The meeting heard with re gret that, for business reasons, Mr Barwick was unable to act as secretary, and the delegates one0 and all spoke very highly of the invaluable services rendered to the Association and to football by that gentleman. Mr Smith was unanimously appointed to fill the vacancy."
MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
MEETINGS. The Farmers and Settlers' Association will hold their meeting to-night (Satur day); and the annual meeting of aubscri- I bers of the School oE Arts will also be hold. Two lady evangelists, Misses Alex ander and Hirri«,. h ive been holdiiiK evangelistic iniMilingH in the Protestant Churuh, Oikliinda, during tho past two i weeks and intend to conduct services at I 2 and 7.30 p.m. to-morrow (Sunday")
The Elections. POINTS FOR VOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
The Elections. POINTS FOB VOTEES. The Commonwealth Eleotoral Bogistrar for N. H. W. supplies tlio following in formation for tho ouidanco of doctors :— Polling will bo from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. LaBt oleotion tho booths olosod at 7 p.m. An olootor may voto at any polling plqco within tho Commonwealth, irres pective of sub-division, division, or Stato for which he is enrolled. If he vfiteij in ai y polling place but in that pr. sci ibed for him, ho must voto aa an absent voter- It is advisablo, howovor, that debtors should voto, as far as poss ible, as ordinary voters—in tho subdivision for which they are enrolled. It is a Bim plor process for thom, and for tho electoral administration, for if they yoto as absont votors they must mako a declaration. Such declaration would havo to embody tho names of the division and sub-division for which ho is onrollcd, whioh electors would havo to supply. Any doctor who will not bo within any olootoral division on polling day may up to 6 p.m. on tho ...
Picnic Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
Picnic Tennis. Mr A. W. Dunlop.who motored with a party from Melbourne to Uraria, in New South Wales, on a holiday tour, and incidentally to compete at the Urana District Tournament, writes in the Mel bourne 'Leader":—"We left Melbourne on Sunday at 2-30; had.a good rim to Seymour for afternoon tea, malting for Euroa. Like the girl ' we took the wrong turning,' and only got as far as Longwood, whence we bunked up for the night. Monday night we stayed at Corowa. The next stage from Corowa to Oaklands, gave gave us the experience of our lives. The roads were quagmires, and we. expected every minute to sink out of existence. We stayed at Oaklands over night and on the following day, Wednesday,reached our destination, just as we had per suaded ourselves that there was no such place as Urana on the map. , "The tournament—an entirely invitation one—was a huge suc cess. Other visitors from Mel bourne included brother Jack, C. M. Barnard, and W. A. Eades. Betheras, an ex-Camberwell player, ...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
FOOTBALL. Qaklands team were enthusias tic in having gained an easy vic tory over Urana on Saturday last ac Urana, when the scores were Oaklands 10 goals 15 behinds to Urana 1 goal 3 behinds. Even so> the scores do not show how the game was played, for in many respects the locals held own. And, Oaklands must not take it that having beaten Urana, they are " favorite " for the premier ship, for Saturday's match doesn't signify. For, in the first instance the Urana team' was picked hap hazardly and as a football team was not in the same class as last year's team. They were without the assistance of their best half dozen players who are holding back bo that they will be able to play right through the Association matches, and again there were a number of "dark horses" who were given a trial, but of whom only one or two will be useful. But, granted this, Oaklands lad» stripped a well-made^ team, and made a very creditable showing as footballers. It could be sepn that many of them, alth...
The Federal Rolls. LISTS FINALLY COMPLETED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
The Federal Rolls. LISTS. FINALLY COMPLETED. . MELBOURNE. Friday. The chief electoral ollicor sayE the total number pu tbe rollE for the Com monwealth la 2,9.1,099. Owing to a number of name3_ through the cnaura ol addresses, appearing on both the main and supplementary rolls, this number will probably be reduced to 2,600,000. The totals for N.S.W. are 570,831 males and 494,623 females. An emphatic denial was given by the chief electoral officer (Mr. Old ham) to the allegations of the Min ister for Home Affairs (Mr. O'Malley) to the effect that there was chaos in the Electoral department.. ■
"His Natural Life." [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
"His Natural Life." "His Natural Life" (illustrated), the only complete and original text of Marcus Clarke's famous Australian story, is a feature of the June issue of "The Australian Journal," which Is a notable example of the general,lm-, provement in Australian publications, both as to artistic and' literary excel lence. The first Instalment of this vivid story of the convict days of Vic-' toria opens In this issue.' Also, In the serial section, ia the commencement of a smart and attractive novel, en titled "Philip Steele," a pleasing ro-' mance of the north-west frontier. Among serials to he Included in tho near future Is an Australian work from the pen of Henry O'Donnell.. An other novel and pleasing feature Is the gratuitous issue of Gordon's copy right poems, a complete version in monthly parts with artistic illustra tions, the June issue containing the "Roll of tho Kettledrum." The short stories are, as usual,- excellent as, to themes and construction, ' and the ladies' page...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
FOOTS * LL. Considerable interest is being rrmni foHted in football this season and sup porters of the Oaklands Club are enthus iastic in regard bo the prospects of the Bed and White. The opening match to bo I'luyod at Lookhart on Saturday, June 7th is sure to be largely attended, for, owing to the Kind's Birthday falling that week, the business firms of Oak lands have decided to keep it up on the Saturday and this will give employees as well as employers an opportunity of wit-, nessing tbe game and a largo number are sure to a rail themselves of the special train. The matches played against Urana have shown that our boys are keen on the game and under the able leader ship ufjtheir popular captain, J. Kuschert, they should give agood account of them selves.
THE AMAZING CHINESE. DODGING THE IMMIGRATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
f THE AMAZING CHINESE. DODGING THE IMMIGRATION ACT. The amazing resourcefulness of the Chinese in defeating the Alien Immi gration Act is Illustrated by an extra ordinary case now engaging the at tention of the Customs and police authorities. A Chinese has secured admission by obtaining the certificate of a returned countryman.' This 'bore, in accord ance with the new Federal system, full' face 'and profile photographs ol the man. Each photograph was stamp ed on the back with the External Af fairs Department stamp and pasted on the certificate, so that when held to the light the stamp showed through the print. On the back of the certifi cate appeared the impress of the holder's fingers. The Chinaman re moved the films of the photographs, thus preserving the Government, stamp, and pasted films of photo graphs of himself upon the spaces. He erased the finger prints on the back, and substituted his own. With this faked certificate he has been al lowed entry to the Commonwealth. The fra...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
GENERAL NEWS. The Irishman landed 547 immigrants in Meibourne on Friday. Situations were found for 75 boys. An equal number of agricultural workers are also , being given employment. . The .Makarina has sailed from England with 721 new settlers for Victoria. The W.A. Presbyterian Assembly claims that .the Hey.,Payn Lewis h»3 achieved a feat at Whim Crteek sur passing everything hitherto shown in. the way of - clerical enterprise. Mr. Lewis was a missioner in the Pilbarra district, and, desiring to establish a church at Whim Creek, qualified for a; miner's right, and took up a claiui. at Whim Creek, as the land there was not available except under the mining law. . ' * « •, "■Dick" Arnst, the ex-champion scul ler, has come back and is seeking matches in Sydney, with Frank Haghey and James Paddon. Arnst says he has made a successful* start in the fishing industry at Port Stephens and intends to. keep at it. - ■' ' . * *.' ' * - A new means for the treatment of consumytives is being tr...
LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 30 May 1913
LADIES' LETTER. f By "Irene." Semi-evening frocks are all esseur tialx adjunct to the wardrobe of both town and country women, but the wo man who is not in a position to get a supper frock, as it takes all her al lowance for day and evening toilettes, will And with a little thinking and careful combining she may always be suitably clad. Velvet or light, flim sy materials, with lots of lace, are the most becoming gowns for candle-light. As to colors, this season's novelties show the most exquisite shades, in rather dark colorings, which will not soil too easily, and th.";se fabrics avo so reasonably priced as to be within the reach of all. Some of the shades are—mole, port wine, midnight blue, reseda green, and faded rose, flame an J all tints of yellow and orange. Every woman who would look really smart, would do well to have two or three well-Sitting satin or silk one piece evening and semi-evening frocks, and then have several fronts, neatiy fitted with an elastic band round the w...