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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/d. Foi Bronchial Coughs take NOTHING TO EQUAL IT.' - " For the immediate relief and com plete cure of influenza there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes tiHsa Fanny Bonhote, Marrawah, Tas . " It /has relieved me of this complaint and I have recommended it to neighbours who have found it to cure coughs and colds in almost any form. One doso has always given me relief and one bottle always cures my colds." Sold by all chemists and store keepers. , SHIRE OF TIRANA. Summaries for Publication of Statement of Accounts for year ended 31st December, 1912. General Fund—Revenue Account. EXPENDITURE. £ S (1 .GENERAL PURPOSES— Rates and Interest, including £1/8/10 over payments, abandoned and refunded .. . 1 3 10. Administrative Expenses— (a) Ordinary Expenses .. . 534 8 5 .534 8, 5 Total £635/12/3. PUBLIC WORKS Supervision—Salaries, etc. >■.. - 293 '13" 4 Roads, Streets, Bridges, Culverts-rRepairs, ::.■■■■Kn; construction, reserve, kerbin...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Country Party. NEW MOVEMENT IN SYDNEY. BRANCH OF ASSOCIATION FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

The Country Party, NEW MOVEMENT IN SYDNEY. BRANCH OF ASSOCIATION FORMED. A meeting was to be hold in Sydney on Thursday night to form a league in connection with a new political party that is being organised, throughout the ftete, with "decentralisation" and "rural development" as its watchwords. The movement is as yet apart from the Farmers and Settlers' Association, but is the indirect' outcome of the .fact that at the last conference of that body a proposal to form a political ■ country party, separate from and inde pendent of any existing party, was de feated by 121 votes to 93. It was considered by a certain section that there was a desire for a separate, country party by a number sufficient to warrant the formation, and Mr. H. Stephens started a movement that re sulted in the formation of a Country Party Association league at Glennie's Creek, in the Singleton district, on Nov ember 28 last. Since then some 16 or 17 branches have been formed, and it was expected that the meetin...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Railway Timetable [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

Railway Timetable • The service will be by'the Down Ex press train leaving Sydney at 7.25 p.m., instead of bv the 10.5 p.m'. train. as formerlj.j .. DOWN, SYDNEY The Rock Tootool French Park - Milbrulong Nap»>r Lockhart Long Park Boree. Creek. Hncra Cullirel URANA , , • • " IIRANA ... Uranagong. Cooramn 0AKLAND3 . OflKLANDS Goorabin • Uranagong Urana Culhvel Mucra.i Boree Creek : Long Park Lockhart Napier Milbrulong - French Park Tootool THE-ROCK SYDNEY , VP, 7.43 ' 0.30 ■ p.m. • denart 7f25 , arrive. ;depart • a.m am 6.40 5 55 ' ' 6±18 ' 6+40 ' ' - ' 7.5 -7t28 U M3 mprl • '8:55 i.iojia -arrive; 10:45 dep;irt.'ll.l5 1L 29 1 r 1157 ■ I'nrrive. 12:25 •arrive, depart • .a.m.. a.m. ' 9 50 10 7 110.35 11.! 11.50 ;1&35 1J44 2.45 . 2f 57 .3.17 3±41 3*59 4.52 110 p.m 2.15 •4.30 arnvo 6*10 Up ■ Mail leaves The Rock at 4.52 p.m. fDaily, Saturdays excepted, from Sydney "On Sundays arrives 'Sydney 6,25. a.m. (Calls.to pick np and. set down passes ■ gers, when required. , ;

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

' i At the lust meeting of the Canon: P. ;P. Board tho stock inspector ii'^-poi ted, that ■ the pasture between M'krren and Nyngan had Improved, -and nearly all the landholders are :iio\v sure o£ suihci'ent feed lor tho iviutei. Stock is all in good condi tion;; liabblts are not on the in T®'18-0; .The.-aswstant rabbit inspec tor. reported that the country down . the .jilarra is v. oil off for feed1 in coiu ■parison to West Bogan, and from Onnonbar to Old Duclc Creek bridge; <nnd,Wt!St to the Macquarie there is a •Jiig fhortage o£ feed. Advices received from the High ;fc!ffin«ilbaioncr's Office by ihe' Navy JDepartiiifent indicated that Rear-Ad Patey, who is to be in command -the Australian unit, will hoist his flag on I-I.M.A.S. Australia on Mon day next, at Portsmouth. His Majesty the King is to pay a visit of inspec tion to the Australian Dreadnought, a. week later, .and it is expected that the Commonwealth flagship and the :;c,vnse1' • Sydnoy WM take their de ;'partui...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

NOTICE. • I hereby gne Nouoo tt' it POIS<"*H _jnj lmd in iny Paddocks P, D. FEALEY. -Mohm.gn, " > 1011. • j ( i >• i i'')A . ,iff 'i„ , ■ ' I - .y'ji \..< i [""^"TTTTY Notice. ') ' 5 * ' ' S*1 iT" K i 'ANY Person orrPorRons/found Trespassing on .Colombo77Mainsor' Morunduh Stations1 Without ■ iJrtrinission^ froin 47 lliOf iindorsignedi will be proseduiodr ** ,A. &B. KEANJE. 0 t f . x S* I {viW - f ' ' NOTICE. I WHEREAS a Section of the Public arc in the habit of leaving open Rabbit-:' proof Gates on',Station Boundary,^Fences, I hereby give final notice that legal, jproceedings will be: taken against any one leaving said, gates open after'lliis date. , F. E. WHITEHEAD. ' Butlierwah, February 27th, 1909. ' iNotice. ANYONE found Shooting, Hunting, or otherwise Trespassing on Urangeline Pad docks will be prosecuted. , H. HAZELWOOD, Manager. ;

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

SUFFERED ACUTELY. "For about three-months I suffered acutely from liver trouble," writes "Mr. W.. II: Capon, " Turilvillo," Turill, N.S. W. " Mr. T.. McDermott of McDermott and Son, recommonded mo to try Cham berlain's Tablots, which I did. They were Ilia only medicine that could ro liovo mo—in fact they completely cured .ma, very quio ly," Sold everjffhwa.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Country High Schools. RAILWAY PASSES FOR PUPILS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

Conntry High Schools. I RAILWAY PASSES FOR PUPILS The extension o£ the socondavy system o£ education, and tlio estab lishment of country High Schools, tavo brought about a somewhat un cinulous poultion In conncctlon with tlio railway passes to High School pupils to travel during vacation. When the Sydney High Schools were the only Public High Schools la the Stato, teachers were able to cer tify that all pupils In. the country were attending tlio nearest High School to tlir.lr homos, and were thus eligible for railway passes. No\ that a number oE High Schools have been established in various eounLry districts, the position 1b altered con sideral>ly; for a number of students at the Sydney High School who, when admitted, were attending the nearest. High Sclioola of tholr homos, llnd that this is not now the case. It seems hardly fair, however, to ask these pupils to at once leave the Syd ney schools where they are being pre paied for definite examinations, in order to attend tl^e co...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HENTY TO DAYSDALE RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

HENTY TO DAYSDALE RAILWAY. Mr. W. Tait, of Ringwood, is in roccipt o£ a letter from the Public Works Department, through Mr. II. T. Ball, M.L.A., acknowledging the letter from Mr. Tait, as secretary df the extension railway league, asking that an appointment bo made for a depu tation to meet the Minister on tho auestion o£ the extension of the H«n ty-Daysdalo line from Billabong Creek to Ringwood, as a present terminus. In reply the Minister has given instruc tions for an exploration survey to be made, and a report forwarded of the proposod route. Pen'ting the receipt of this information tho department con siders a deputation unnecessary. On Wednesday of last week, Mr. Edwards, of the Public Works Department,, ar rived in Corowa to go over the pro posed extension on Thursday morning, llo was piloted over the route by Messrs. Win. Tait and Gilmour to Co reen. Ho was met there by Messrs. J. J. O'Meara, president of the league,. and Mr. J. W. A. Moore who took Tiim over tho remainder o...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Wheat Problem. WILL THE RAILWAYS FAIL? PROSPECT OF NATIONAL LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

The ,Wheat Problem. WILL , THE RAILWAYS FAIL? ' prospect ok NATIONAL 'LOSS. General complaints*: are being , made at the various Taijway -stations in this district, as to tlie. scarcity of trucks. Wo, aro now well forward in; the month, of June; and /so far .there is no appreciable diminution in the stack ings' at stations. The question is he-: ing raised as to whether .at; the pre sent rate of.'trucking the railway de partment . will bo itblo:. to -clear the various.i stations for next harvest. Tho d-ffi :u'ty cxper'.onc:d> by railway officials in transporting the wheat har vest.; to ithe. coast for shipment appears to; grow ^greater - as" the year grows • older. ii; Week .by week tho returns show an accentuated .d.ffersnce in tho quantity of grain still stacked' at stations, in contrast with that similarly situated a year, or two,- or. three, years ago. For the week ending May- 31, the stacks were lessened by 148,206 bags.' It was a ridiculously inadequate, move ment. oven gran...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Oaklands. OAKLANDS GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

Omkiaincis. OAKLANDS GUN CLUB. The match arranged by the local "club for Prince of Wales' birthday was somewhat spoilt on account of wet weather. There were a fair number of shooters present, but the birds were in poor condition. It was decided to postpone the L10 handicap till some future date, also the compe tition for the trophy presented by Mr Alexander. A couple of sweepstakes were shot and the results were as follows: No 1 sweepstake, • Messrs McRorie, Broadfoot and Kilpatrick divided. No. 2 Sweepstake, Messrs Billings McRorie and Smith diyided.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALBURY ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

ALI3URY ELECTRIC! LIGHT. v 'Tiio Albury Municipal Council', lias issued: i theprospectus. of the ■ propose* loan of £10,500,. at . <U. per cent, per annum, for the supply "anil erection of electrical machinery for lighting, ; heat ing and power purposes. The Council has decided to- contract the loan upon the credit of. the area by the salo of debentures as provided by the Local .Government'.'Act, and. all moneys bor rowed are a^charge upon the-revenues of the Council.-, . The debentures • are being issued in denominations of £50, and will bear interest from July 1, 1913, at. tlic rate of -l1, per cent, per annum., f Tenders- will received at the Town Hall, Albury, for the whole or any portion of tile loan up to i p.m.. on the. first day of July, 1913. As, political i head of tho • electoral branch .tho Minister ■for Homo Affairs (Mr. O'Malloy) on Thursday commented upan the extraordinary situation creafr.'d by the returning ofliccr 'for Ilumc. He defended tliu procedure,,...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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LAND AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

LAND AVAILABLE. It is notified that an area of 380 acres, in parish of Carnarney (3i miles from Jerilderie), county of Urana, will become available as a Crown Lease, from 4th August to 9th August. It is open plain land.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

Football. The Lockhart team, beaten in their first match by Oaklands, made a brilliant recovery, and scored a well-deserved victory after an exciting tussle with the Urana team on Saturday. It was the most evenly contested and in teresting match as yet played. Honors were even up to the last five minutes, when two goals in quick succession decided for Lock- , hart. The Urana kicking was their weak point, and they could have done with more pace to keep up with some of the Lockhart run-» ners, notably W. Smith and "Ted" Barwick. Play throughout was fast, consequent upon two good teams of equal strength meeting. Final scores were: Lockhart, 5 goals II behinds; Urana, 3 goals. 8 behinds. To maintain the interest in the Association, it was a good thing and encouraging for the Lockhart team that they had the win. If Urana can score the honors from Oaklands to-morrow, then these three teams will be on practically equal ooints. Special tiain arrangements have been made for the run to Oaklan...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CULLIVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

CULLIVEL. Rain commenced here on Satur day night and continued at inter vals until Wednesday morning. I am sorry to report the loss of a pony belonging to Miss Hannah Cornell; also, of a valuable draught mare of Mr W- A. Yates', the loss of which inconvenienced him greatly. The kindness1 of Mr Stokes, who gave Mr Yates a help ing,hand, enabled him to finish his drilling in good time. Mr Ebert, of " Pine Dene," has a fine bit of crap, about a foot : high, which is a very encouraging prospect for the coming season. Cullivel barrackers are busily i engaged gargling their throats after the football match on Satur day, and in preparation for next Saturday's match, Urana versus Oaklands.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

MEETINGS. The Hospital Committee meet will be held on Tuesday. Shire Council meeting will be on Thursday. On Thursday afternoon the ad journed annual meeting of the Uraha P. & A. Society will take place, to discuss arrangements for the annual Show. Seasonable prospects are good :for a Show, so it is suggested to hold it early in October, to follow the Albury and Lockhart Shows, and to avoid clashing with the shearing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

C|e totra Iwk^nknt. - - (Hor~the town and. district of Urana.) *■ "<i "" <■ •? Vn#\'""v " i "4, -M v. , . Is'published'weekly ®n Fiidays and is liberally supplied with'reading matter.-. The latest general information, ^natters ofjnteresr socially, reports of all local meetings and functions, latest land intelligence, reports of land board meetings, reports of oil district stock markets, and . other matters'of local interest. Whilst,, it is a A Live Advertising Medium./ Subscription : ~4s per quarter; 15s per annum.in advance. • Posted -free; to anv 'address.upon application. Tf you do not already Subscribe • . to your local, newspaper, possibly it is that you do not realise of what real benefit it \jrpuld likely be to ■ : you. In the newspaper columns matters are given publicity, and bring under the notice of readers oftentimes : the opportunity of benefitting them . ~ selves The farmer often gains valuable - • information from his newspaper, and some hints or ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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RAINFALL. The following is the record of [?] rainfall at Urana since 1870:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

ItAINFALIj. The ^following 'is -Clio record of ho rainfall al Urana' since 1870:— ' , • Year. Inchet. 1870 36.03 1871 21.08, . 1873 ':' v. . 28.78 1873 ...' * 18.30 1874 ... - .. 17.56 1875 - "... 24.57 1876 . • 11.24 .1877 _ ...' 16.07 - lb ."8 19.08 18'i .. ; 18.09 * 1880 - ... ." 15.76 1881 ■■ ..." " :. 14.45 1882 16.44 - 1883 ' '13.25 1384 .. -11.44 1885 13.87 18P6 . ... ' .. 18' 7 ' * 13.95 28 34 18 j8 10.54 1889 - ... • ■ . - 28.81 ' 1890 . 17.93 1891 ' ... .. . ■ - 22.50 1892 19.77 1893 '... 17-61, 1894 ... " ,.. •31.29 1895 .' -13.14 1896 . ... ■.. 14.90 1897" ■ .. . .. <9:481 1898 ... < . 8.56 1899 .. 11.11 1900 ...'' .. ; 20.15 1901 . - "14.12 <1902 . ... .' • , -10.48 1903 ' .. 18.19 1904 14.91 1905 13.42 . 1906 i '... * .. . • 21.85 1907 11.85 ~ *1908 ' .. . . • 13.48, .1909 • ... 1 .. 16.14 1910 . -15.00 1911 - 15.98 1912 18.92 1013 (to date). 10.43 Average for • 39-yoars—17 .inches. - \Vidgiewa~records • for, the four years preceding ar...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Wheat Transport Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

Wheat Transport Problem. By an interesting coincidence, while iin American expert on th§ bulk hand ling of wheat is now in this State, having been brought here to advise the Government as to the practicabil ity of adapting the system to local conditions, the Victorian Government has just received from a Wheat Com mission -appointed some time ago a suggestion, that three commissioners be sent to the United Kingdom, Can ada the United States, and Argentina, on 'a kindred mission. The commis sion is convinced that the bulk ha- fi ling system should be adopted, and that "in its ultimate operation consid erable economic savings a.nd advan tages will result to the primary pro ducers." Therefore it recommends without hesitation a system based on the general lines of Canadian prac tice, and that at an early date.- Ne cessarily the cost of adapting the lines, providing stations and suitable tolling stock, and so on, will be large. The precise estimate is not clearly specified, but the capita...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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The Urana Independent PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, JUNE 27 1913 LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 27 June 1913

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TELEPHONE NUMBER, 28. FRIDAY, JU.NE27 '913 LOCAL AND GENERAL. Land Information.— 16tjj to 21st June, applications for 9 Su burban Holdings, Boree Creek. 24th June, Sale of 4 Town Blocks Boree Creek. 30th J une to 5th July applications for 1 Homestead Farm near Lockhart. 30th June to 5th July applications for 4 Crown Leases, Urana. 16th July Curator's sale, Gaunt's farm, Urana. Since the golf enthusiasts have demonstrated the possibility of playing golf in the dark by means of balls treated with luminous paint, a contemporary thinks that we may yet live to see our nights made deliriously happy by illumi nated football. Possibly, too, if the illuminated golf ball were adopted in Urana it would get. over the troublesome question, golf versus rifle shooting. Or, if the riflemen painted the target and the sights on their rifles there would be no caute for further dis cussion as to which days should be "observed for golf or shooting.

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