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KING OF GREECE SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
ICING OF GREECE SHOT.. King George of Greece, has been as sassinated at Salonika. The King wis out walking, accompanied by his aide de-camp^* Colonel Franko'ndes, when a bullet struck the King's,"hearty and hoifoll into the arms oiThis aide-de-camp. The King died in the carriage while being conveyed to the military hospital. The murderer, whoso name is Schienas, is 40 years of age, and declared himself a socialist, Schienas states that ho was'driven to desperation by want and sickness. King George V was greatly shocked on recoipt'of the news, and Queen Alexandra, who is a, sister of (lie tnur dered King,' is prostrated, 'with grief. All the capitals of'"Europe, aro horrified Mr. P. B. S. Falkiner is having a triumphal tour round .tliei lliverina elec torate (says Hie Cootamuiulra "Herald") and lie has held) successful meetings at Stockinbingal, Springdale, Boree Creek, Tcmora, Wyalong, and elsewhere. . Bolli liberals ;uid Farmers and Settlers are zealously rallying to his support. O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
and ©ON Beg to Announce that they have a Splendid Assortment of LENTEN SEASON. Morton's Fresh Herrings. Moir's Fresh Herrings. i Morton's Herrings in Tomato Sauce. ' Guma' Salmon, flat tins. '•Holly Leaf' Salmon, flat tins. f Pride of Alaska' Salmon, tall tins.' King Osoar Smoked Sardines. 'Ideal' Sardines in Oil. Now Zealand White Bait. Smoked Herrings in Oil. . Oysters. Anderson & iuSdoon The People's Store Urana. w. v, Announces the arrival of New Goods iii Every Department and now holds the largest assortment in town—at prices to suit all purses. Boots and Shoes by all L>eadingr Mlakers , and at lowest prices. In the Selection of BOOTS & SHOES Ladies' and Children's wunla have beon specially catered for. EXCELLENT VALUE PREVAILS. Clothing, WJerceiry, &cM In all the Latest Designs and Tastes. ".HAVE A LOOK AT OUR SIIIUTS, HATS AND TIES— ' , . TllEY MUST PLEASE YOU! TOBACCOS, FANCY GOODS STATION ERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, PHONO GRAPHS, BI...
The Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
The Concert. It is some lime, since the Urana public has been troated to such an evening's musical entertainment'as was provided on Wednesday evening, at the bciiool of Arts hall. The only regret vas that wo had not until a late hour the names of likely performers so that the programme could havo been thor oughly advertised. Jfigh-class perform ers, Miss Alary Andrews, Hiss llosie Fitzgerald, and Miss Lucy Fitzgerald, eiiul Air. llyndes and Air- J. Byrnes had boon appearing at Beri'igan andLocfcharl, and it was 110L known until-ihc eleventh hour if (hoy could spare I lie time jo come on lo'Urana.. All with the excep tion of Mr. flyndeg were able to come however, and Mr. liyrnes idid so at much personal inconvenience, (ravelling from Jerilderio on Wednesday. They were welcomed by a largo mulienca as it fras, but, bad wo only known. |in time, the seal1 ing accommodation in the hall must havo boon totally inadequate. Xo Rev.i Father Reidy ami liov. Father Fleming, of Borrigan ,both of ...
St. Patrick's Day Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
St. Patrick's Day Cele brations, * To avoid clashing with meetings in the neighboring towns tho Urmia sports meoting was hold oil Wednesday, the 19th. Whilst a docidcd success from point of view of number of performers and quality of tho performances, the attendance was not so large a3 expected Bui, sttll it wasj a fair average (attend ance, Tho day lining rather warm may have kept many away. The wheel races were well contested, but were rather j easy matters for the riders Townscnd and Pettit, who gained tho honors. How ever, it was tkc* best day's wheel .run ning the Club lias 'yet (had. The pedes trian events were more closely contes ted and some excellent running resulted. Records in time were iioi; broken though. Mr, J. Trainor was tho "husller" of the performance, and as Secretary to tho function had his arrangements fully complete. Everything went oft excellent ly, there being IU> delay between events, and stewards were not called upon once during the flay. Mr. T. Quimi wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
HEAVY DEPRESSED FEELING, - "About twelve months ago," writes. Mrs. B. 'Neill, Patton St,.- South Broken Hill ,N.'S.W.. ".I got nasty pains across my stomach and chest which gave me a heavy depressed feeling. After using various remedies without success I tried Chamberlain's Tablets, the first dose of which did me so much good and gave such relief that I persevered with them and now enjoy good health." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.
OTHER EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
OTHER EVENTS. * Sheffield Handicap—J. P. McDonnell, ll.vdB, 1. Pitching tho Shenf—T. Glasgow nnd O. Hogan divided. Throwing 28!b Weight—Father Roidy 1 Tug of War botween Lockhart and Boreo Creek—Lockhart 1. Tho teams wero Lockhart, M. Sheehy (capt), llev Father Rcidy, F. Ronfeldt. G. Woldon, E, Williams, P, Naughton, E. Lynch, W. Hoolahan. Borce, J. Rose (ciipt), J. Burden, W. Davenport, M. O'Leary, M. Gorman, S. Sumllvrood, ■ T. Butler,' T. Garvcy. - Flag Race—C. Dohorty 1.- P. Tenison had tho.bud luck to drop' usllag ouleido tlio barrol in tho .final. • Sack Race—M. Dohorty. 1, T. Dohorty 2. Maiden Hunters—Boy Ortno's 'Wild Lass 1, K. MoKonzie's Nono Such 2. - ' Pony.Huntora-^A .Ormo's Tessio 1, P. TeniBon's 2.-. ■ *■..
ALBURY FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
'ALBURYL FORTNIGHTLY MARKET. Mathieson and Davis report having • held their usual market at Alb'ury on Tuesday, 4tU inst., when the supply of (at sheep was much )igl\Jer than for. some time past, and consisted chiefly of medium quality sheep, with "a few pens of prime. • There was, a good' Attendance of buyers and .tho market opened io gso;l compeiilion, .continuing so throughout. — Fat Shoe]).—Best xhrcd wethers from 16s to 183 3d, "extra; odd sheep to JJQs; good i;4s Gd to 15s Gd;'medium from 13s; hest xbred ewes, 14s Gd to 15s 9d;. good 13s tqf 14s; lighter 12; prime merino wethers, 13s Gd lo 16s Gd; good l;3s to 14s. G&&lt;; medium from 12s; prime merino ewes, lis Gd to 12s Gd, good 10s to lis); inferior from 8s Gd. Fat Lambs—A fair yarding to hand consisting mostly of good quality. Best shorn lambs, 13s to 14s Id; others: from 10s Gd to 12s Gd. ' Store Sheep.—A fair yarding, of store sheep to hand, to a good attendance; of buyers and competilion good. Xbred Aeth...
St. Patrick's Day. At Lockhart. Following are the results:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
8t. Patrick's Day. Lockhart. Following are tlio rt-Bulta:— MAIDEN PLATE, of 6 hovh. 0 furlongs H. Doolun's Magafoan, 4yrs, 8-11 ... 1 L. Corrigun's Buttlenburg, 5yrs, 8-11 2 C. Thompson's Plain Mary, Cyrs, 8-11 8 Otlior sinners—Doherty's Golspie and Billy Vauglmii, Itoso's Laddor Act. Betting—0 to 4 on Mngnfoan, 4 to, 10 to 1 others. Won easily. MEMBERS' CORINTHIAN, of £0 Cs. 7 furlongs. Amateur ridors. J. Vordon's Cindermore, Gyrs, 11-0 ... 1 Gavin Low's Lirynx, 4yra, 10-12 ... 2 Guvin Low'a Amidol, 3yi's, 10-7 - ... ^ 3 Otner starters—Crowley's Poiizonina, MeKenzic'a None Such, Matthews' Tor hort, Toole's Tho Spaniel, Doliorty'a Billy Vaughnn. Betting—2 to 1 tho field. A good ruco between first and seoond. ST. PATliICK'8 DAY HANDICAP, of 1(5 aovc. 1 mile. J. M. Wild'a Munro, Gyrs, 9-C 1 A. Ilarr'a Goldeiito, nged, 7-0 2 E. J. Kelly's Wyangurie, nged, 7-7 ... 8 Only the throe started. Betting—5 to 1 on Munro, to 1 v Wyangerio, 10 to 1 Goldorito. A good race, but 'Wyangorio had a. b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 21 March 1913
TO DO OTHERS GOOD. " I have been living1 in S.W. Queens land for thirteen years." writes .Mr. J R. Tindale. Editor of the 'Cunnr.mulla " Watchman." " During that time I have been subject to (attacks of Diar rhoea and havo always found Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy te quickly cure ine. 1 can recommend it to anyone suffering from that com plaint. Vou may use this letter as you see tit for it is written .to do others good." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
Rifle Shooting. ' Tho Urana riflo, team) had' a creditablo ,win on Monday, when thoy scored a' victory over the Bcthungra Park.' team, in a homo and |homc( match. Tho win is tho more satisfactory for tho Tirana club in that Bcthungra arrt tit present holders of llib. Westinacott Shield, competed for annually at Coolamundra at tliq Riverina Riflo Association meeting; L. pollock, oL Urana, wjis top score of tho'match. The conditions of Monday's, match vvero 10 111011, best eight to count, 8 shots each at 200. and 600 yards. 'l'lio scores wore as follow:—' ■ URANA TEAM. 200 300 total yds yds L. Pollock 40 35 75 G. Thornton .'57 30 73 W. -A. Yates 36 3G 72 J. Wiso 37 3d 71 P. Klam . '.■■■.:■ 36 35 71 P. Wash. 36 '32 (58 Tlynes. 33 32 05 G. Barwick ' • ' 32 32 64 ',287, 272 559 : (counted ; out.) •T. Woodhams 33 31 61 H Birmoister _ 31 28 59 1 ' BliTHUNGRArPARK. . ;' , , 200 300 total " ~yds yds ,A McDonnell 38 36 71 J. Devino , v38 32 70 W Boyton ' .. "36 33 69 W. Houston ' * '37'" 32 6...
An Unsustained Charge. ALLEGED SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
An Unsastained Charge, ALLEGED SHEEP STEALING. Beforo Messrs. Dr. C. M. Macknight fond A. T. Muldoofy J's.P., at the Uraua. Police, Court yesterday (Thursday)'a. lad named Kemball, of Albiirv, appeared on a charge of Islieep stealing. The case for tho prosecution \vas; that on 18th March, Kemball who. was' cooking for a party of drovers in charge of 1900 sheep travelling from Albury to Yanco, sold to B. Knights', butcher, at Urana, one. sheep skin, bear ing a' bar tar 'brand and circle *11 red paint, tho brand being identical with Knights' own brand, and. 0110 of Knights', sheep had been missing from, the slaugh-' ter yard paddock. B. , Knighls, in evidence, stated ho! bought tho shoop in a line of about 200, from Mr. Heg. Culley. The lar brand was Mr. ' Cnlloy's, and the red' paint wag his (witness'/- (mark, but not /i; registered brand. lie identified the 'skiir produced as belonging lo one of hisi sheep. His slaughterman missed a'©beep1 on 7th March. Tho kheep were running' in th...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
PERSONAL. -,Miss Maude Piggin, second daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. F.C Piggin, C1 ^rain tree,". Coro\va, was recently married to ■Mr. John Sfcockloy Whittaker, young est son of Mrs Whittaker—Valera. The ceremony took place at the resi dence of iiio bride's sister, iMrs Car negy Buehan, on March lltb. Mrs Links, wife of Mr Links, the energetic engineer to Lockliart Shire Council, is on a visit to.Lockhart. Mr P. J. Woodhouse, who was man aging the Oaldapds branch, of the Commercial Bank, has severed his con nection with that institution with a view to residing on his farm. j Mrs.W. H. Rudd, of Bingagong, | Morundah, and Miss Dora Donnelly, (one of the popular nurses at Dr. Davies' privaio hospital in Lock hart) are visiting their parents, Mr.and Mrs E. W.,Donnelly, of Gumly, Wagga. The marriage of Miss Eleanor Don nelly, sccond daughter of Mr. E. W. Donnelly, lo Mr. Harry Commins, third son of Mr. Commins, of Spring field, North Wagga, took place at the residence of the Drido's. parents,...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. DIGEST OF ADVTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
LOCAL AND GENERAL. - -DIGEST OF ADVTS. • ■» Doree Crock Races—The full prow .gramme of tlie first Imecting of the Boroo Crook Amateur Picnic Race Club,> to . be. held on Wednesday, Apr;! 2nd, will ■ be found, in our advt. columns. A splendid programme has be.n adopted,, ■and good prizes offered. McPherson, Thom and Co.; announce clearing sale at Oaklands, on ac.MIrr O. J." Olsen, on Wednesday, 2nd. April; A large number of horses, cattle and. slicop, .together with farm: sundries, will bo offered. Dentistry—Mr. J. R. Ilallolt, Dental Surgeon, of Sydno". has; fixod tho dates of his vtisit to Urana, as ,11th''to. 13th> April. ■ Mr. J. Wise- announces sale of furni ture and household - pftects on account o£ Miss Ferries; at ' The Manse/' .Urana^' on Friday, 28th inst, - • DENTAL VlSiTS. Mr G. Ii~ Allen, dental surgeon, will visit> Urana on Friday,"4th April, and, Oaklands oil 5tli, 6th and' 7th April. ° PRESBYPERIAN SERVICES. Mr. Stewart Robertson will conduct feemce on Sunday...
The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, MARCH 28th, 1913. LOCAL GOVERNMENT BANKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
- ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. -X . TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. ;-X FRIDAY,' MARCH 28th, 1913, LOCAL GOVERNMENT BANKING. ••. It 13 foreshadowed that a proposal . may ;come from - the Lockhart Shire - Council for consideration of conference, that Local Government bunking accounts be taken over by the Commonwealth ■ Bank. Before recommending anything of the kind, however, Lockhart Shire Councillors would do well to fully, con Bider such a, proposal.1 Thei present poli tical parties in power would be only -. too eager to jumpi at such a'suggestion if/it'wore ta comet from a; Shire Council to have it embodied 5n, the'Local .Govern ment Act that all Shire banking lie &lt;lone with tlio Commonwealth Bank, and: what : a fine backing the bank would have ■ with the ■ several hundred thousand pounds of the shire ratepayers' money for half the year. But will the rayat .payers stand it? It will bo bringing tbo bigger political questions home to ratepayers by connecting them with their own little...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
Commonwealth 4^5 .iBank of HustiraUa Bimnchooars open for the 'transaction of Qoncrnl Banking: Bualneaa throughout Australia m under R#w South Waloa—Svdney ami Canberra Victoriu—Melbourne. Quoonaland—Hrisbfine ana Ttwnrrillfl. 8outh Australia Adelaide W-sstorn Australia • IVrih T Qcmanlo—Hobart. And at Kjrypt Uouso, 3G*3.-> »w it road Street. London Qftblo remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign Hill? negotiated and collected. Letters of Credit and Circular Notes issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Hiimucss of every description transacted within thf C5*nmonwe*lth. United Kingdom and foreign coimtiiei. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AjpanclaQ are open in practically all Poat OfHcea which issuo Money Orders In tho Australian Oommonwoalth and Papua. Withdrawals on demand may be effected for sums tip to £10at any Office within the Commonwealth t; Minimum &lt;55°/ Rato of Interest on ««««%...
A CURE FOR HEADACHE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
A CURB FOB HEADACHE, j Young Smith had-a headache. It; •was a staple affair. AlmoBt any wo-j man woyld have accepted it; Butj young .Smith was .not used to head-i aches, so he dropped off his oar oni the way home to his cosy bachelor' apartment,-and with his hand pressedi on his throbbing brow entered the' Professional-Building and sought medi cal solace. He met Dr. Anderson, who; was about to emerge from his office on the sixth floor. "Just in time, sir," said the doctor. "I'm off for Santa Rosa on a case. What's the trouble?" Young Smith told him of his throbbing brow. Dr. Anderson made a few professional: passes. "Over-eating, over-drinking, over smoking, over " "But my head, now—" implored young Smith piteously. "This," said the doctor, "if you must be coddled," and he wrote out. a •prescription. The doctor made a hurried note of the transaction, as he always did with even the simplest cases, jotted down Smith's name and address in his journal, and then de parted for his train. ...
The Mystic's Legacy (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXII. A Timely Warning. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
The Mystic's Legacy By W. H. MO YES, Author of "The Mormon's Daughter,' "The God Stone," etc. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXII. A Timely Warning. On the day after his visit to Wim bledon Claude had a somewhat startl ing experience. He was sitting at home in the evening alone, his aunt having gone to visit a friend in the immediate neighborhood, when a knock like that of a postman sounded on the door, and the servant imme diately afterwards handed him a let ter. On inspecting the envelope, ae found that it had not come through the post, and yet the letter which it contained was dated from a hill sta tion in India. Somewhat puzzled by these, appar ently contradictory facts, but suppos ing that the letter had been sent -for •him enclosed in. an envelope directed to someone else, he proceeded to read the contents, which were as fol low:— "Dear Sir,— "You will remember that you came to my rescue some months ago when I was almost run over by a : motor car just outside your house. 1 .sh...
RIDDLES AND ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
RIDDLES AND ANSWERS. Why are laws like the ocean?:— Most of the trouble is caused by the breakers. If .a farmer can-raise 250 bushels* of corn la dry weather, what can he raise in wet weather?—An umbrella. Why is the letter "d" lilce a sailor? —It follows the "a" (sea). When will there be only twenty-five letters in the alphabet?—When "U" and "I" arc one. What ship has two mates but no captain?—Courtship. When is coffee like the soil?—When it is ground. Who is the greatest composer?— Sleep. A woman may smile and smile and not be one bit pleased. "Myrtle, can you cook?" "No, Lionel; can you afford to keep a motor-car?" "No, dear." So they did not marry, and tlioy lived happily ever afterwards.
CHAPTER XXIII. The Eve of Discoveries. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
CHAPTER XXIII. The Eve of Discoveries. Convinced of the danger o£ attempt ing to spend the night as arranged in the uncanny house, Claude Novell re solved to abandon the idea for the present; but, with the object oil put ting his would-be captors to the great est inconvenience, he decided not to inform the caretaker of his altered intentions. Feeling the need of a change, he consulted his diary, and, finding that there was au important meeting that day in London, at which some revela tions were expected to be made with reference to the discovery of radium, he resolved to be present, the ques tion being one in which he had taken great interest. . When he arrived at the scene of the gathering he found that he was a quarter of an hour late, and that the room was crowded by people who were evidently eager to hear every thing that could be said on the sub ject. He had, therefore, to content himBelf with standing just behind the heavy curtains which divided it from the ante-room. Fortunat...
THE STRENGTH OF BONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 28 March 1913
THE STRENGTH OF BONE, The wonderful power o£ bone struc ture has been tested scientifically. A very small bone, only one square mil limetre— .0155 square inch—in diame ter, will hold thirty-three pounds in suspension without breaking, while a piece of the best oak o£ the same thick ness will hold up only twenty-two pounds. The bone is therefore half as strong again as the solid oak, thus showing that Nature is economical in the weight given to bones, making them hollow and at the same time making them stronger than if they were solid and much heavier. This principle lias been recognised in .me chanics, engineers using hollow steel tubes instead of solid to meet great strain.