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Divorce Suit, SOCIETY CASE IN SYDNEY. THE JUDGE ON "FLIMSY EVIDENCE." JUDGMENT RESERVED. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

Divorce Suit, SOCIETY CASE IN SYDNEY. TIIC JUDGE ON "FLIMSY EVI DENCE." iuriGAlENT .RESERVED. ^SYDNEY, Monday. Ati interesting case in the Divorce Court was the suit' in which Muriel .Watt sought dissolution, from her hus band, Walter Watt, an aviator, station owner, army officer, and late ii.D.C. to Sir Frederick Darley and Sir Hairy Rawson. The ground charged was adultery with, among others, Ivy Schil ling, the well known actress and acro batic dancer. Evidence wis given that Miss Schil ling used to frequently visit the re spondent at his flat in Phillip Street, and a maid on one occasion found .a pearl in Watt's bed. His Honor said there was not a scin tilla of evidence against Miss Schilling, and had she been represented he would have discharged her from the suit. It was quite clear tho respondent was desirous of jgetting rid of the mar riage -tie in a manner not at all creditable to him. The Finding of pearls was l'ery flimsy evidence of adultery. Judgment was reserved;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night Woods' Great Peppermint Cvre, 1/d. Mr. Tait, a buyer from Now South Wales, has purchased from Mr. C. Buchanan his Wallal utatloi:, ti"ar Charlevllle, in Queensland, -vvltli all (nock. plant, etc. AT TIMES UNCONSCIOUS. " I have been constantly attacked with colic, at timPs being unconscious," writes Mr Alex. J. Cresswell, Store Jc^ejier, Biitegurra, Vic. " Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrbo,,a Remedy gives me instant relief and I would not bo with out a boltlp in the house. I have recommended it to friends and custom ers who have always obtained tlio aama results as myself—immediate reliof and euro." Sold •vorywhero.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

GENERAL NEWS. Melba receives £500 tor each ap pearance iu grand opera, and is book ed Eor a five-mouths' tour in America, commencing in- August, tor which she is to receive £40,000. Since she ' first sang in London, 25 years ago, Madame Melba has earned well over £ 500,000 on the operatic stage and on the concert platform, and from first to last has travelled over a mil lion miles on sea and land, while en tertainments which she has .given in the interest oC different charities have produced close upon £100,000. * * * The main cause of an increase, in the cost of living is the fastidious ness of tile public, according to 31 r. W 'j Bryans, the assistant secretary of' tlie Ontario Retail Grocers' Asso ciation, The : annual -convention of j the- association' endorsed his opinion. "Elaborate bottles and expensive pack ages are the bane of the grocers life, to said. "People-will not buy pickles, for example', in bulk, but will have them in: fancy, bottles, without rehou sing-that tlie.v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

W. X Wsftoi Forwarding & General Carry ing & Commission Agent. URANA. UNDERTAKES the dispatch or deliv ery of goods to and from the URANA RAILWAY STATION at reason able Rates. Any Parcels or Goods addressed care of me will receive prompt and careful attention. Three thousand farm laborers in West Lancashire have given notice of their intention to strike, falling the payment of a minimum wage of 24s per weelt. 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 Boiihote, M.irrawab, Tas . " It has relieved me of this complaint and I have rccoinmflnded it to neighbours tt'lio have found it to cure coughs and colds in almost any form. One dose has always givon me relief and 0110 boltlo always cures my colds." Sold by all chemists and store keepers.

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MONARCH VERSUS MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

MONARCH VERSUS MINISTER. A story of King Frederick "William the First of Prussia, is now being re vived. The King was a great jok6r,. and one evening at a dinner-party, where several of his Ministers were . present, he tapped his right-hand neighbor on the cheek, saying, "Pass it round." The intention of his Ma jesty was at once apparent—when it came to the turn of his neighbor on the left he would bo in an awkward position—either having to admit him self beaten or to commit lesoe-majeste by slapping his sovereign on the face. The intended victim, however, was onn of the most resourceful of the King's Ministers and showed himself a match for the monarch. As the tap was passed on to Slim he let fall1 a table forte on the side on which the King sat, and immediately a servant , came between them to pick it up. Then the Minister tapped the servant on the cheek, and -there was an out burst of merriment in which Frederick William himself joined most heartily, thus showing his appreciation...

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F. & S. Association. THE COMING CONFERENCE. 222 RESOLUTIONS. THE COUNTRY PARTY PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

: ■ . -i ... - ' • F. & ST Association. ' 11 THE COMING CONFERENCE. 222 resolutions; THE COUNTRY PARTY- PROBLEM. ■ More Interest, than'eyer before cen tres in the coming .conference of the Farmers and Metiers' Association of New South Wales, which, will .meet in, Sydney on July 7. A few days aqo the classification committee of the conference met in Sydney and dealt with the 418 resolutions which had been sent in by the branch associa tions to the conference. As a repult, these have been boiled down to 22Z motions, which cover a wide range of subjects affecting the interests of the men on the land. As a. result of .'the increase in the association the confer ence will be larger than ever before, and the president, Mr. Hobt, Pattea, the new Federal member, for the Hume, and hi3 executive will Wave a difficult task to dispose of the business of the conference in a 'reasohabie time. The big question to be decided by conference is the attitudo which the association is to adopt wi...

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THE MAKING OF NEEDLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

THE MAKING OF NEEDLES. , Noodles aro made from Bteol wire, which is first cut by shears from coils into the length of the needles to bo made. After a bath o£ such bits as have been cut out, they are placed til a furnace, thon rolled until perfectly straight. Next the needle pointer takes up a dozen or so of the wires and rolls them between his thumb and finger, with their ends on a turning grindstone, first one and then tho other being ground. Tho little steel bobbins are next fed Into a machine, which ilattens and gutters tho heads, after which the eyes are punched. They aro now complete needles, but rough and easily bent. Careful heat ing and sudden cooling gives them tho necessary temper, and nothing re mains but to give them their final polish. On a coarse cloth needles are spread to the number of forty or fifty thousand. Emery dust is spread over . them, oil is sprinkled on, and soap daubed over the cloth, whici, rolled . tightly, is thrown into a pot with" others, whero it rol...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

CURED COLDS AND BRONCHITIS. "Some time ago," writes Sirs. N. S. Johnston, Little River, N.Z., "my two boys, Leonard and Tom, had severe .. colds and bronchitis. Having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertised for the euro of bronchitis I decided to try what it would do for my boys. After the first bottle [hey showed great improvement and wore completely cured by the time they had finished the second bottle." Sold everywhere. The appeal by Frederick Georgo O'Neill, formerly a bookmaker, ag ainst the decision of tho County Court, by which he was ordered to pay Har old Albert Seastream, a jockey," £400 as damages and costs for slander and falso imprisonment, was listed for heal ing before the Full Court in Melbourne on Wednesday. When the case W3 called on, counsel for O'Neill stated that his client hud paid the amount of tile judginerit into Court, and did not intend to proceed further with the appeal. The Court made an order dis missing the appeal, and O'Neill agreed to pay the cos...

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Why Wheat is Cheap. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

Why Wheat is Cheap? Inquiries are to hand from Borne farmers in the 'N. S. "VV. wheat areas as to the reason for Sydney wheat quotations being lower than Mel bourne and Adelaide. In the first; place, the metropolitan millers in Victoria and South Australia have been iable, without difficulty, to get : prompt delivery throughout this cer-" eal season. So with the Victorian and—' Southj Australian shippers. The re sult js that nearly all the Victorian and South Australian yields have al ready been sent to the mills or the seaboard and very little is stacked, unsold inland. Sparse supplies mean a firm market locally. On the other hand, the Sydney dealers have been unable to get prompt delivery, owing to a shortage of trucks; and there is not only a danger jof N.S.W. wheat and iwool overlapping at this side; but of N.S. W. wheat and Northern Hemisphere wheat overlapping in London. Hence an indisposition in London, Hull, Glasgow, and sister ports, to bid up for Australian cargoes (to loa...

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The Arbitration Act. BEFORE THE ROYAL COMMISSION TRADES HALL UNIONISM CONDEMNED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

The Arbitration Act* BEFORE THE ROYAL COMMISSION . • ' TRADES HALL UNIONISM CON DEMNED. ' SYDNEY, Friday. • I Giving evidence before ' tlia Royal, Commission inquiring into the work-. ing of the Arbitration Act, Dr. Nash; 1 M.Ii.C.i said tliat the. whole of the-in dustrial organisation and administra tion should be shifted from the l Trades Hall;to the Government Em ployers' Unions and Employees' Unions, and it coald .be legislated for by Government. Every man should then be compelled, upon qualifying foT minimum wage, to becoino a unionist. Registration fee should bo fixed and collected ay the Stato. Such a scheme_ said Mr. Nash, would fre the. country from the tyranny of the Trades Hall, and strikes and-,locl£ outs would be no more heard of. Dr. Buchanan,, another witness, said tli,e medical profession to which , ha belonged was an admirable example I of compulsory unionism. Doctors entered the profession as uuionists, and could not practice unless t'uey were unionists.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

Cure for Sleeplessness. Inability to go to sleep is a form of nervousness which brings about a train of evils, and is one of beauty's worst enemies. It is difficult to ob tain sleep after the brain has been overworked and excited. This is due to the fact that all mental activity dilates the brain by Ailing it with blood. Thus it is obvious that to se cure sound sleep perfect tranquillity of mind is necessary. It should be borne in mind that sleep holds the next place to food in tho restoration o£ lost nerve force. In order to bring about the desired condition for sleep various methods are employed. A very simple one, which in most cases has proved effec tive is, after one has prepared for re tiring, to lie flat upon the back with out a pillow under the head, and with the hands under the back to inhale deeply in this position and hold the breath for a few seconds, then to in hale. No length of time can bo stat ed for this exorcise, but it is continu ed until one is almost asleep, the...

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The Invalid's Room. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

The Invalid's Room. People who are not disturbed by disorder - when well are often disturb ed by the least confusion In the ar rangement of a room when ill. Noth ing should be allowed to lie about. The table should not bo littered with books and papers. Flowers should tie kept no longer than thoy aro abso lutely fresh. Medicine and water glasses should ho 'kept from the sight of the patient. No food should ever be prepared in Olio sickroom. If it is only a small bowl of broth It should be served as invitingly as possible Nor should a bowl of broth, or gruel, or a cup of.tea be carried in the hand to the sick person. Place it on a tray covered with a clean cloth. Bring but a small quantity at a time, for the sight of a large quantity is apt to take away the patient's appetite.

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The Dangerous Age. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

The Dangerous Age, As tlip thirties Blip behind him tho wiso man will train himself to realise that tlio "good old days" when lie could do exactly as ho liked and not pay for it have gone for ever. When a youngstdr, fifteen years, a fortnight's extra close application to business, with perhas much night, work, extra worry, and tho minimum of sleep, de manded 110 penalty. Fatigue speedily passed off when the stress of work had ended. At forty, howovei", recuperation takes longer. Botlv brain and body, when once thoroughly overworked and tired out, are likely to remain below par for days and weeks. Tho body may not be in the least diseased, but it Is not as strong as it once was, and requires more thought and care. Tho reason that so many men suffer from ill-healtli in tho fifties Is that they neglect these signs and live through out the dangerous ago at tho samu pace and with the samo waste of vital energies as in rthe twonties. The abuso their systems receive In the "dangerous years...

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RULES FOR MEASURING. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

RULES FOR MEASURING. Flour, meal, brown sugar, powdered measuring. Corn starch, mustard and sugar and soda should be sifted before baking powder settle when they stand in boxes, and these should bo stirred to lighten them before measuring. To measure a cupful, fill, with spoon or scoop, until slightly rounded; then level with the side o£ a knife until LIiq cup Is level full. To measure teaspoonfuls or table spoonfuls, dip the spoon In the ingre dient, fill, then lovel with a knife un til exactly to the edge. For a halt spoon, dlvido lengthwise with the lcnlfe, dlvido halves crosswise .for quarters, and divide quarters croBS wise for eighths. A cupful of liquid is the cup filled exactly to the top, so full that a steady hand is needed to lift It. To measure batter, lard and other solid fats, pack solidly into cup or spoon and level with a knife. Next In Importance to measuring Is the proper combining of Ingredients —a fact that is always realised'wlion one has had a failure bccause o...

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TOILET HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

TOILET HINTS. The only way to keep tho scalp clean and healthy is to shampoo the hair every two weeks. Use eggs and |hot water in abundance. If there Is :much dandruff! this should be brushed ;out just before tho topknot tubbing I takes place. It Ja a mistake to uso a 'great deal of borax or soda In. the shampoo, as It causes the hair to bo come exLromely dry and brittle. Twenty-four hours before the shain jpoo, saturato the scalp witli warm ;olive oil. Don't fail to remombor that ! tile general health has much to do I with It. The woman who is woli and ; strong usually has a healthy eldn and an abundance of 'hair. Electric brushing will stimulate tho circulation, of the scalp and add to its health and good spirits.

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WOMEN'S WORLD. BEWARE OF NERVOUS BREAKDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

WOMEN'S WORLD, BEWARE OF NERVOUS BREAKDOWN. A woman who dooB not sleep sound ,y is In danger of a nervous break down. A woman wlio llnds herself weakening In nerve strength must rest. Tlio rest must be systoinntlc, 110L spasmodic. She must break up tho accustomed routine of her work, though she need not give up all work. She must do all things moderately. She must rise late and retire early. If a person gets Into the habit of waking up In the latter part of tho night, aft6r which sleep la Impossible, the b«Bt way Is to got up. But go to bod early. If you wako up about two or three o'clock In the night, get up and dress, and go about Boino light employment that will keep tho nllrid occupied. Tlio next night you will probably sloop later, until the habit of waking In tlio night and lying awake is overcome. i Thoso who suffer from sick-head aches should correct every habit, anil avoid all Indiscretions .which, they know are likely to be followed by an attack. They should also overcomo ...

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HODSON AND HIS CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

HODSON AND HIS CRIME. How a brave man may sometimes' descend to a level lower than that of the brute creation Is shown by an in cident in the life o£ 'William Stephen Raikes Hodson. He was the son "f the Archdeacon o£ SafTord, and was' born in 1821. Joining the Indian Ar my in 1845, he went through the Sut lej Campaign, greatly distinguished himself at Sobraon as commandmant of the Guides CorpB, and did other meritorious service, though for a pri-< od he was under a cloud, through ir regularities in the regimental ac counts. On the outbreak of the Mutiny he raised the corps known as Hodson's Irregular Horse, which took an active part in the operations before Delhi. Being a brave young fellow, he ask ed General Wilson's permission to capture the King of Delhi and his family. Wilson consented, on condi tion that the old King's lifo Bhould be preserved. . The King and his 'sons had taken refuge in an immense enclosure, the tomb of the Emperor Hoomagoon, ad joining the city, ...

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ALBURY STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

" ALBURY STOOxv MARKET. Mufchiesoii and Davis* report iMviiu held their usual fortnightly market at tha .Albury municipal yards on Tuesday, 10th June, when thoy hud n good yarding of both ht sheep and ciittlo. Thoio wub a pood attendance of buyers from outside centres bb well as Iho usual local compe tition. The yarding of fat sheep was much smaller than usual, and comprised chiefly of only medium quality ewes and wethers, with a sprinkling of piimo and a few extra prime sheep. Competition was keen for all clussns and showed a distinct advance on prices ruling a fortnight ago. Fat Sheep.—Best xbred ivethurs, curry ing goo'i skins, from 19s 6d to 20s to 20a 6d ; odd extra good sheep to 25s, medium from 17s to 18s, prime xbred ewes mado from 19d, 19s 6d to 20s. medium 16s 6d to 17s, aged and inferior 14s to 15s. Best merino wethers, carrying good skins, from 17s 0J to 18s, medium from 15s to 16s. Prime morino ewes 14s 5d to IBs to 15s 6d, medium 12a 6d to 13s 6d. Fat Lambs,—Thero waB ...

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THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 20 June 1913

THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. Duchcss Soup.—Olio quart of mlllc, two onions, three eggs, two tablespoon fulB o£ butter, two ot flour, salt and pepper ana two tablespoonfulB of grat ed cheeso. Put the milk on to boll. Fry the butter and onions together for eight minutes, then add the dry Hour und cook for two minutes longer, bo lng careful not lo' burn. Blend with the milk and cook for ten minutes. Hub through n straiuor and return to the fire. Add the cheese and seasoning. Beat the eggs, dilute with two tabie spoonfuls of the soup, and add to it. Strain and pour slowly. Bread Steaks.—Take as many slices of bread as you require, half as many again medium-sized onions, and ouo egg, and half a cupful of milk for every two slices of broad. Moisten the slices of bread in the milk, then dip them into the well-beaten egg. ] Put them into a pan of boiling drip- 1 ping or butter and fry nicely brown. Slice the onions line and fry In an other pan. Servo very not". : Cocoanut Pudding.—Three...

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