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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
(lonimonwealtb^ltl $3anh of Bustralia firAnohoo t>r« ©pea for the transaction of Qoneral Banking Buetnoos throughout Austral!* m aadcr:— ®«uth Waloo—Srdao/and Canberra. Victoria—Melbourne. Queensland—Brisbane and &rwani« SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Agjponote? m* open in practically all Peat Offices which issue Monej Orders In the Australian Oommonwoalth and Papua. Q?ltfe4r*«valft on domand nay be effected for auma up to £10 at any Office within r.he Commonwealth v minimum Deposit SO/ Rate of Interest on 'o all Deposits up to cj&&lt;hd&lt;U?%Jr On tumot, ttll DENISON MILLER, Qovmuroa Gs>raoB"ai.S ©©ova ira-a lesion %entsi OAKLANDS. AGENCIES; fOBS DARLING & SOU, Grain Buyers. Mowrr lyell manures. B. V. HXA.Y'3 Snnshiae Machinery, nVERLAND motor cars. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL Lire Stock insurance. ALLIAHGE fire insurance COY. ■ 80H0I3E Smnitj Wheat ems&s&ssi MHioGabew Tli® WHEAT PICKLER Will Increase Your Crop. • i fULL PARTICULARS fro...
Agricultural Notes. LUCERNE AS HORSE FEED. What Growers Have to Say. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
Agricultural Notes. ] . X ■ I LUCERNE AS HORSE FEED. What Growers Have to Say. la lucerne as a feed for horses a bound proposition for the wheat far mer? There axe hundreds of wheat farmers in the State who are content to regard lucerne as a very fine thing for cows and sheep, and a capital fod der for pigs—they may even be pre pared to admit thatt the soil derives some benefit from itf and that there fore it might be excellent in a rota tion on a small scale—but that it may be of any real advantage to them in their own operations they are more than doubtful. "he officers of the Department of Agriculture feel assured'that there is money in lucerne, even for the wheat grower, and that "plants" of fifteen to twenty acres should appear on every farm in the wheat belt. As an indication of the value of the plant I we take the testimonies of a number of farmers in the Tamworth district with whom, by the courtesy of . Mr. J. ' E. O'Gradjr, of Nemingha, wo were able to have personal convers...
LUCERNE IN WHEAT DISTRICTS. Will It Grow There? [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
LUCERNE IN WHEAT DISTRICTS.; Will It Grow There? c . ; I What we had to saw. about' lucerne.. last week indicated that it lias a ieal value to the farmer.—that"it Is not. all sweat and sap"—that, in tact,, horses will work on it;, jusfcas.well a6 cows will make milk ahd pigs win. make pork on it. In-the ligjit of testimony as we gave, who .tsjII. dpiiy that a "plant" ot lucerne oi-:-a few tons o£ hay in the shed would ho a* 1 e»H asset to the wheat; farniei. during' tnos'e periods of scarcity that .recur, with too much regularity? A-'Dough % fodder that will lceep horses' in- steady : work without any-addition of gram and without loss of condition will e? a* long way to solve- the pi'obleni ot I poor seasons, and there remains?only one objection to bo-raised agaiiist.'it. To that objection wg; "addiess,; our selves. fre(luelj[Uy; urgea_^rt..;widely]: believed, one would gather:—\ha.t lu cerne can only ha grown oit. river flats or irrigable lands, and that excellent; as tlie plant! m...
WINTER SCHOOL FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
WINTER, SCHOOL FOR FARMERS. ' A reminder 'i,.ay, Ij^ oflered* o£ llic necessity .for;.early/applicntion ifor'eu-" ■.rolment in connection AvitU^be'mpl'o?^ -school" fovfarmeis' 'at " liawlcefiliury ■Agricultural^ College,-/which--this Ayear ■■willi'Open on-'the')24tU vJuno ^intlx con :tinue till: the-,19th,.'Iijly.-?? A great", varl-. eiy oE -s'ibjefjts: is .ayailabla-fornfetU' :dents—in: ifaqfc-.praQycaily}-,■everything.'., rthat^tou'chesvordlnaryv.farnv; lifer—^andi1 one of the jtcstynonies, to .the value of ttlia school^ is/thei'numhei'i'ofMfarm^ •era who icomo.,))!\ck foivseco'nfl.'-tltn'd,2 ancl even-.-foui'th-.years; taking differ' : ent subjects eacli session, i until ithoy , -are able to taJre( a-complete view.-of all: that bears upon their: particular/class ■ of fanning, tPartloulars.' ^f ' courses,■ .and--, of. the cpnpesslpn^ ?onS fares sare: : available ,on. applicationUo: the'. Ao-finy; .. Und or-Seeretary, vTJepavtment -of ,-Aferi-,-. cultiuo Sydney. *" ' , ,
HOMESTEAD FARM AT LOCKHART [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
HOMESTEAD FARM at LOOKHART Tiioro will also hocomo nvnilublo on 30lh Juno, and up to 5th July (applica iionb with the Crown Land Agent nt Uiairi), a homestead f tvin of 153 acres 3 roods, 1J to 2 milrs from Lock hurt town ship, on tho Urana rond. Capital viluo £708 IBs ; annual ront £19,4b 5(1 j survey foo £4 10s. Improve i nionts—Jin If vnluo, 6 wiro fonco on part north-ncBtorn boundary and protcotivo right in rabbit-proof fonco on eastoru bouudary £5 16a Od, property of adjacent holders. Tho land is doacribod as lovol country, rod mid grey soil; nliout 97 acres partly ringed box, hull oak, and pino foroet, ro mnindur sliijhUy ornh-holoy ; open plain no natural peniianonc surfaco wator auplpy; suitiblo sitos for stoiago tanks available. Moan annual rainfall about 19 jinchcs. Suitabln for cultivation of wheat etc., dairying, or mixed farming. Tho Homestead Farm will bo subject to tho general provisions of tho Crown Lands Acts, and to the following special conditions :— (a) Tho holdo...
Lunatic in Church. KNOCKS DOWN THREE WARDENS. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
Lunatic In Church. KNOCKS DOWN THREE .WARDENS. SYDNEY. Monday. A man, who it was subsequently ascertained was formerly an inmato of Callan Park lunatic asylum, en tered St. Andrew's Church of England Gatnedral a minute before the time for the commencement of the service last night, and walked up the centre . of the aisle to the reading desk. - He tore down the Bible and jumped upon it, and then knocked down three wardens who came to remonstrate with him. The scene threw the whole congre gation into a panic;, Several ladles fainted, and,others stampeded for th9 exits. Eventually the whole twelve Of thfc wardens orerpowored the ma niac, and took him outside. They punisaed him, and then handed him over to tli9 police. He was lodged in ' th'e reception house. At the executive meeting of the Victorian Employers' Federation, refer ence was made to tho coercion of non unionists at Bendigo, and tho following resolutions woro adopted:—" Tliat this federation strongly supports the action of t...
SECOND DAY. TRIAL HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
8EC0ND DAY. • TRIAL HANDICAP. C. Matthews' Mattio's Pride. F. Simpson's Nimble Shilling (Iato Merry Gold). Roy Orme's Wild Lass. J. J. Bowler's White Arch. T. Lawrence's Undertone, G. Power's Ganana. G. Power's No News. II. Clough's Goodfriend. P, O'Dwyer's Tiressa. . A. L. Morrison's Blaeberry. A. Rose's Jolly Sailor. W. D. Smith's Presumptive. W. State's Rose Gambol. A. W. Cavenagh's Niblo. TOWN PLATE. J. ,1 McGrath's Musotta. T. Lawrence's Cindormore. W. Ball's Munro. G. Power's May Music. J. "Jones' Lasso. A. L. Morrison's Blaeberfy. J. James' (junr.) Eunony. ■ FINAL HANDICAP. A. McKenzie's Island Queen. W. Ball's Will Mack. J. J, Bowler's Rueful. H. J. Doolan's Linwood. G. Power's Ganana. W. E. Bailey's Prompt J. Duggan's Redbow.
MR WADE'S SATISFACTION. SEATS WON FROM LABOUR. REPULSE OF INDEPENDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
MR WADE'S SATISFACTION. SEATS WON FROM LABOUR. REPIJLSE OF INDEPENDENTS. "Tho figures are so vague and fa de Qni to, that it is rathor premature to offer any opinion upon the election in this State, Dut it scorns Safe to conclude that Werriwa, the Nopean, Robertson, Calare, Humo, Riverina, and Now Eng land will be won by the Liberals. The results so far have one good foaturo, inasmuch as they demonstrate that tho public have no timo for the independent or vote-splitting candidate. Although several seats wero imperilled by tho presence of tho so-called Independent, lie has been practically ignored in every case. • I was Tory much struck on Saturday, whilst visiting tho booths in my elector ate, by the number of invalids and decrepit old people, who struggled cour ageously to exercise their franchise, in spite of the repeal of th&lt;5 postal vot ing. It was pathetic to see men and women being almost carried into the booth to record their vote. I saw one old lady who could scar...
OTHER STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
OTHER STATES. For South Australia tho loading moniber are:—Boborta (Bab), Qlynno (Lib), Living atnno (Lib), D;uikoll (Lab), Poyntnu (Lib) Archibald (Lab), and Foator (Lib). For West Australia—Frasor (Lab), Mabon (Lab), Fowlor (Lib), Forroat' (Lib), Baroholl (Lab). For Tasmania—Jonson, (Lab), O'Malloy (Lab), Smith (Lab) WoWilliama (Lib), MoFio (Lab).
Lockhart Races. Following are the entries for the races on 9th and 10th June:- FIRST DAY. MAIDEN PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
Lockhart Races. Following'--are the entries races on. 9tli and 10th Juno:— FIRST DAY. MAIDEN PLATE. iv . — Whittingham's Sunetto. C. Matthews' Mattie's Prido. A. Gappart's Victor's Son (lute Victor.) P. Tierney's Proliua. T. Lawrence's Undertone. P. O'Dwyer's Tiressa. . W. H. Thomson's Melfoin. W. Shute's Rose Gambol. A. W. Cavenagh's Niblo. LOCKHART HANDICAP. J. ,J McGrath's Musetta. T. Lawrence's Cindermore. W. Ball's Munro. G. Power's May Music. J. Jones' Lasso. A. L. Morrison's Blaeberry. J. James' (junr.) Eunony. HIGH WEIGHT WELTER. J. J. Bowler's Rueful. J. J. Bowler's White Arch. H. J, Doolan's Linwood. H. J. Doolan's Megaphone. G. Power's Ganana. H. Clough's Goodfricnd. A. L. Morrison's Blaeberry. A. Rose's Jolly Sailor. Phil. Dwyer's Heatherton. J. Duggan's Redbow. A. J, Campbell's Quickberry. . MEMBERS' CORINTHIAN. C. Matthews' Mattie's Pride. H. L. Wilson's Scarifier. Roy Orma's Wild Lass. W. E. Bailey's Hakone', W. E. Bailey's Prompt. W. Lehmann's Yandella. W. Shute's Ro...
Land Available. 7000 ACRES NEAR URANA-FOUR BLOCKS. Available as Crown Leases 30th Jane. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
kwsai!®.lbfe. 7000 ACRES NEAR URANA-FOUR BLOCKS. ' Available as Crown Leases 30th Jane. It, is notified tint on 30th Juno, and until 5fb July inclusive, tliero will be come avail \IiUi fur Helectinii ns Crown LoibiSh f mi' blocks, within four to oiabt tnilesji f.U.;iu:i. The laud available is Bituated on tbo Jerildoiio iond, tho f.iur blocks having frontage to this ro.nl und travelling stock [ route, extending from the western boun- I duty of Mr Skeno's Unna Station to thu I eastern boundary of Mopmb D. 'and.W. Gibbs' Cockotgedong Station. The land is nil on the fringe of tbi' Urn mi Imko, Particulars of Blooka — " ii of 1370 , acres ; 4 miles from Urana ; animal rent for the first, period of 15 years £32 2s 3d ; aur voy foe, £15 2a 2d ; half-year's rout and ine-tonth survey feo £17 lis 6d; half, year's ronl and whole of survey fee, £31 3s 8d.—Nn improvements. "B" if, 1450 acrcs, 5 lniKsJrum. Urana, untiual rent, £33 4s 7d j survey fee, £15 7s 6d ; half-year's rent and one tenth sur...
SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
S HOOL OF ARTS. At tho oonoluainn of the F. and S. Meeting theaunual meeting of the School of Arts was held, and, in the abso.ico of the president (Mr Woodhouse), Mr G. U. McLellan occupied the chair. The. minutes of the annual and special meetings were read and confirmed Tho secretary pvoaented the bslance ahoet showing a credit balance of £29 16s Id which W"S adopted. Tho following officers wet a elected: — President, Mr P. J. Woodhouse : Vice Presidents, Mossrs G. II. McLallan and ,P. Innes; Secretary, Mr H. D. Black; Tic»sui'6r, Mr Skipper. Tho Officers with Messrs Dando and Cahill to form n committee of management. It was decided to hold a concert and dance in aid of thn Hall improvement on Wednesday, July 23rd. ~ . A GalMi match will take place on Monday, Juno 23. The Minister for Defence, In reply to a circular issued by the vigilance committeo of riflo clubs in West Aus tralia, states that the National Rifie Association Is the proper body to bring forward matters In connecti...
Oaklands. FARMERS AND SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
Oakian ds. FARMERS AND SETTLERS' ASSO CIATION. ; A meeting of the Oaklnnds Farmers and" : Settlors' - Association was held at Cahill's Coffee Palace on Saturday even ing last the following gentlemen being present :—Messrs 6. E. McLellan (presi dent), M. and G-. Kilpatrick, H. P. Gaff ney, Skipper, J. Webster, 0. Olsen, A. W. Thomas, Cnhill, McUorie, Darido, Butler, Black, Putey. A. K. Trnthowan (secretary. Messrs Patey and Trethowan reported proceeaings at District Council meeting held nt Brocklesby and were accorded a vote of thinks. Messrs McLellan and Patey were ap pointed delegates to the Annual Confer ence and it was decided that expenses o} delegatus be piid by the Branoli. Messrs Griffney, Trethowan and McLellan wero appointed trustees for the non-sectariun portion of the cemetery, and the secretary was instructed to ask for grant fur fenoing in the new cemetery site and for romoval of bodies from the old site. It whs decided to submit the names of Messrs H D. Black, J. 0. Mc...
THE REFERENDUM VOTING. MAJORITIES AGAINST. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
THE REFERENDUM VOTING. majorities against. The voting on- tho referenda as far as it has yet been oounted is: No. 1, Trade and Commerce: Yea 623,451, No, 615,865. No. 2, Corporations : Yes 628,725, No, 620,419. No. 3, Industrial Matters : Yes, 630,530, No, 621,020. No. 4, Railway Disputes : Yes, 617,782, No, 618,611. No. 5, Trusts: Yes, 732,828, No, 611,805 No. 6, Nationalisation of Monopolies Yob 601,437, No 693,606. Referenda results for the Urani Sub division were:— , Yes. No. 1 «. 403 552 2 " 426 550 3 420 555 4 . 415 553 5 424 542 6 387 533
THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
THE SENATE Gould Millen Oftkea Qratit Bmith Watson Batbo Moconoy Ostler . Viotoria—Barnes, Kissook,' RubboII, all labor. . - Queenslpnd—Maughan (Lab) Bayers, (Lib) and Mullen (Lab), West Australia—Noodham, Poaroo and Iiynoh,- all labor. - , Tasmania—Keating, Bakbap, and Olom ons, all Liberal. Senate results lor Urana .Subdivision were j— Goulo 556 Millen 543 Oakev 545 Grant 410 Smith 357 Watson 386 Moroney 40 Ostlsr 23 Eatlio 32 311,613 304,865 303,705 262,812 249.070 261,928 18,695 21,601 13,439
IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
IN VICTORIA, Tho following are loading. A star do noteB that coat is still in doubt. Balaclava—A. Wynne (Lib). Ballarat—H. V. MoKay (Lib)* Batman—P. Brennan (Lab). Bondigo—J. A. Arthur (Labor). Bourko—P. Anstoy (Lab). Corangamito—J. 0. Manifold (Lib). Oorio—W. Kendall (Lib). . Ecliuca—A. 0. Palmor. (Lib). Fawkner—3. F. Hannan (Lab). Flinders—W. H. Xrvino (Lib). Gippsland—J. Bennet jLib). Grampians—H. Irvino, Lib. Henty—J. A. Boyd (Lib). Indi—Mr Ahorn (Lib). Marybyrnonf!—J. E. Fenton (Lab) Molbourno—W. B. Malonoy (Lab). Melbourne Porta—J.. Matthews (Lab). Wannon—A. B. Rodgers (Lib), i Wiramero—8. Sampson (Lib). Yarra—F. G. Tudor (Lab).
LEASE OF THE SKY. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
LEASE. OF THE SKY/';'-'* "Sky leasing," originated' in Amer;' ica, has ai)peared:in Australiai. It is the leasing of the right toi adda stor ey or two to a ■ standing building. When a would-be tenant in New York seeks a tenancy in a building already full he casts his eye to the roof, and offers to run; up an. extra; storey or two- at his own expense. This , is what has happened imMeibourne.- The example has occurred at the new Auditorium Building erected in Col lins-street on the site of the old As sembly Hall. The building was erec ted by the Presbyterian. Church, and leased—offices, concert hall, and all, to J. and-N. Tait. It was fully sub let before erected, and people have been scrambling to get into it. A dis appointed tenant offered to put up an additional storey on the roof, to pay rent as a lessee for a number of years, and then to let the super-storey fall intoi the possession of the' owners; The oifer was taken, and' the enter prising lessee is now in occupation of a sky ...
LADIES' LETTER. By Celia. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 6 June 1913
LADIES*' LETTER By Celliiv The following notes, taken from, an American journal and written by Lady Duff-Gordon, will possibly prove of in terest'1 to our many readers:—"Black and white plush are brought together in charming contrast in any number of the smaller hats. Somehow the softness of the fabrics makes this con trast all the more becoming. One of the new hats is outwardly all of the white plush, the round 'bowler crown being just banded about with a prim folded and tied satin ribbon. To make up for this simplicity, there is a glorious Paradise mount to sweep its pale yellow strands at the left side above the shimmering . brown and green plumage of the head.' The lat ter is fastened against the black of the little upturned brim. As a con trast, imagine a close-fitting Direc toire bonnet of black velvet, just show ing a glimpse of inner blue against the hair, its predestined1 and pretty companion being a long, and supple stole of black velvet, all edged with skunk fur, while fa...