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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

"Jliurnli Services.. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.' Services for the Month. First Sunday—Jcrilderie, 11, a.in;, 3 p.m. (Children's Service), arid 7.30 p.m./ Second Sunda/—Urana 11 (U.C.| and 7.30 p.m.; Round Swamp, 3 p.m. - ■* Third Sun (lav—Hartwood 11.16 ,;>a.m. (fl.C.); Jorilderle, 7.30. Fourth Sunday.—OaHands, 2.30 p.m.; Urana, 7.30 p.m. ' , / ' J. Lacy Winn, Vicar. -

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

,V, • - • ' ■ published weekly on Fiidays and is liberallv supplied with'reading matter. The latest general information, mattes of interest socially, reports of all local meetings and functions, latest land iiui-'ligence, reports of. Iand^ board^meetings/reports of all district stock markets, and other matters of local interest. Whilst, it is a ^' Live Aclvertising Medium Subscription: 4s. per quarter ; 15s per annum in advance. . ^Posted ;free. to.anv„address upon application. 1 □□□□□□□□□□□□□□onnnow «If j'ou do not already Subscribe ■ ■ ■(to your local newspaper, possibly it is that you do ■ : 'not.realise of what real benefit it would likely be to ' . . • • . • ^ ytju. In the newspaper columns matters are-given - v^wst'.gujyicityj• and bring under the notice of' readers:. -.opportunity of benefitting ;them:.,. .... selves. ..... The farmer often gains valuable information from his newspaper, and some hints or ■ suggestions therein he might give a trial and find it profitable. But,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

NOTICE. I herotiy aive Notioo tl-ifc POISON is laid in my Paddooka. P. D F1ULEY. Mulling i, C s ' >' 13 hJunivlOU Notice. ANY PeiBon or PcrBonB found Ti'iapnsaing: on Colombo Plains or -Moruiiduh blations ■ without permission < from tho ' iindorsigned will be prosecuted.I 1 A. &--B. KKANK. NOTICE. • WHEREAS a Section of the Public are in the habit of loading open Rabbit-': proof Gates on Station Boundary. Fonces, I hereby give final notico that.., legal proceedings will be taken against . any one leaving said gates open after this date. "■■■• . -•'? F. E. WHITEHEAD. Butherwah, February 27th, 1909. ... ' Notice. ANYONE found Shooting, Hunting, or otherwise Trespassing on Urange'ine Pad docks will bo prosecuted. H. HAZELWOOD, Manager.

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Urana Directory [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

Urana Dire ctory URANA (N ,S.W.)—A postal, money order and telegraph town, on the north ern aide o£ Urana Creole, at the juns '•on of five stock routes, equidistaat from Narrandera and Corowa, and be Wjneu Wagga and Deniliquin; State Electorate of Corowa, Federal Electorate of Riverina, distant 70 miles from Alburv, 405 miles from Sydney, 220 from Melbourne. A daily train serves Urana, connecting with the main Southern line at The Rock. Coach to and from Corowa via Oaklands. There is a daily mail from both Sydney and Melbourne. The chief industry is are farming and grazing. Population of town, 400; district, 2500. TJralia Is the central office of the Urana Land District, and the Land Board meets here periodically. It is also an important post office telephone exchange centre, with 41 subscribers, all the surrounding stations and principal farmers being connected, it is also con with Lockhart and Jerilderie. Urana Is noted for the splendid gravel deposits in the vicinity, and the per...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

THE SECRi Oi IN SELLING is EFFICIENT, PROMPT and CAREFUL HANDLING, BACKED UP BY LOMG EXPERIENCE. - | g «s9|f| TRY THAT OLO-ESTABLISH ED --«*B IIU I FIRM 5 VtfLCULAR QU4y SyDNEV. ' FAT STOCK SALESMEH, ST0CK-&STATION' AGENTS. Regular Sales of Sheepskins, Htdes. Tallow', Fur Skins, Bark, Grain Be. lu; pgj .4 /»^i ml 4-j 15 3 tea \ * !!' 1 ^/a\^..L~1{^ fey;--'; timij □ GDQDE!asn2nsnEsniani3nH0snHaanE30QDaDa0DDDDQaanDananpn ■ Melbourne Mairifc©!;. 1 Sales HeisS Meekly S during tine Seaseira.. g Tfie MELBOURNE Associated irokers jj Receive and Sell Wool from all parted Australia a| n 1:; the following Rates:— n Kcceiviny, Weighing; Warehousing, Lotting,\,l n ■ Repucking, Sale Kxpenst a, etc. ... .,. / ! " E2 "1 t'200 and under ... ... 3 per cent, q CoininissK-ii j-l.'200 to Jt'500 .. ■ ... .. 2 per cent p ■J.Over ±'500 ... . ... 1J per cent-B . :-Insurance---. Onu£hiIling and hixpeoce per cent B GOLDSBROUGII, M011T AND CO,' LTD. . g AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE LAND and FINANCE CO., Ltd....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

I ' TOE SL0SI0153 1 LIFP Pi&sa®§ are PURE IN TOME, RE8POEJ. ' - SIVE IN TOUCH, ARTISTIC 111 \ APPEARANCE.cad SOLID EM COKSTBWBWB. L MPP. PIANOO on batit by era of v«it experience and tbo materia med arc clioicn by apeolallata tar their EXCELLENCE AND DURABILITY. We aell it nalne 1.81? I? PHAtJOQ fully guaranties, Bad ea B&ST TIMBPAYMENTQ If floslffofl. Oar D«criptl»e Cete!i®>3 and Price Llit It pet) trca. 338 George St., SYDMEff. nnd at NEWCASTLE. LI8M0DE, Qc. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/d; l'oi Bronchial Coughs take Tho Governor-ln-Coimcll has ap proved of the appointment of Mr. F. Pntey, of Oaklands, as a director of the Corowa P.P. Board. Mr. Patoy was rocoinmc-ndod by the chairman owing to there not foelne sufllalent nominations for tho position at tho rwjont oleoiioao oS tko t>cas<l.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

MATHIESON & DAVIS > AUCTIONEERS, LAND, AND LIVE '. STOCK SALESMEN. .WOOL AND PRODUCE BRQKERS. albury is. wmmm Walla Walla and Howlong. AND TOOMA. • Alio Melbourne, Sale. Traralgon, Maffra, Leonjatha, and throughout Gippaland. "" AUCTIONEER: Mr. Geo. Angus Bell. I SALES COHDUCTED AS FOLLOWS Albury Municipal Yards.—Fortnightly. : Wodonga Market.—Alternate Tuesdays. . .Walla Walla.—Monthly. Howlong.—Monthly. Clearing and Land Sales as arranged. ' AGENTS FOR:—Hew Zealand Loan and: 5. M. A. Co. Lid., Melbourne. Cooper's Sheep Dip. C. A. MATHIES0| i STOCK &.STATION, GENERAL COM-, MISSION A FORWAHDING AGENT!' j umm. . TRUCKS ORDERED. , ^ i STOCK TRUCKED.' AGENCIES: , ' MT. LYELL MANURES. UATIONAL FIRE AMD MARINE • '. ' INSURANCE COY. ' Insurances Effected on Growing.Drops, lire Stock, etc. HUGH V. McKAT, Sunshine Farming Machiniery. Binder Oils, Twine, Corn Sacks, Etc. KNIGHTS & COu PROPRIETORS OF . Irina Butchery k Bakery THIS Important Business, necessarily nee...

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WHEN I WAS A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

WHEN il WAS A BOY. The Minister of Education thinks that children are no worse than they used to be:— - ; Now, what is the Minister thinking about,; ■As his mind goes wandering back To the afternoons when the school • was out And he was one-of the'pack?' There Is something there that lias made him grin, That the opened door let free, And he finds the tally of .boyhood's sin No worse than it used to be In the swift forays of those wondrous days Did lie fire a brick at a Chow? (It isn't so much, that he's changed his ways, , ■ But Wade is the target now.) :Did Cam shin over the garden wall, Where apples were plump and red, And scoot like smoke when lie heard the call: ' "Come, Cainmjvit's time for bed?" "When a. circus came to the market square, " And lie had never a cent, Did foe wander by with an absent air,. ■ •.■■■, . And wriggle beneath the tent? Did he-smoke a cigarette clieap and vile , ■ Did he pay a penny- for three? That lie counts the kids, with a lenient smile, No worse th...

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Honors Easy. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

Honors Has/. People are smiling at tho little pas sage o£ arms which, took place be tween two young women at a luncheon the other day. One of the women iB a beautiful blonde, a bride, and she comes from Melbourne. No matter who the other woman is, but the bride met her first at the aforesaid luncheon and, shaking hands in her characteris tically cordial manner, said:— "I'm so glad to see you. You have afforded me so much amusement." "Amusement?" said the other. "Oh, yes," went on the bride. "I've been through my husband's desk, and I've read all his old love letters. I found several very- warm and affection ate letters from you, and I enjoyed reading them ever so much." "I'm so glad you enjoyed them," purred the other. "But do come aud see mo vory soon. I have the answers to all those letters, and you might like to read them. Mr. X's letters are ever so much warmer aud more affection ate than those ,1 wrote him. I know you'll oujoy reading them ever so much more than you did mine,"<...

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OUR NIGHT ATTIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

OUR NIGHT ATTIRE. Sir John. Cockburn believes that the only night attire anyone should wear Is a nightcap. At least he told an audience so at the Royal Sanitary In stitute. "Just a nightcap," he said, was all that was required to he worn in bed, for the house would not be burnt down every night, and even then it was advantageous to have the minimum o£ clothes to escape In. (Laughter.) Another of his contea tions was that it was ridiculous non sense to suggest that people should walk with their feet turned out—that was the very way to make them flat footed. As to a vegetable diet, poets and philosophers might live on it, but it was necessary for those engaged in politics and who had to encounter in deadly enmity their follow men and raise the worst passions of which they were capable to have a carnivorous diet. (Laughter.) Weak tea was tiio best and least harmful of all drinks. Most evil is perverted good. For instance, extravagance is generosity carried to excess. Revenge is some ti...

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A PLUCKY GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

PLUCKY GIRL. A Massachusetts girl who had been gently reared and well educated, hut, on account of family misfortunes, had been forced to earn her own liv ing, attracted the love of two men. One was, unfortunately, unworthy of her, but being her employer's son, he was enabled to persecute her cruelly. She persisted in her refusal to liis offers of marriage until lie managed to place her in a position whore It was thought that her reputation was compromised. The poor girl thought so herself, and saw only one way out of her trouble. She encouraged her persecutor, and when he again offered to marry her she accepted him. After the usual preliminaries, she appeared in the church and stood at tlie altar with him. The news of the wedding had spread, and all her friends were present. She was very pale, but when she was asked: "Wilt thou have this man?" her voice rang out like a bugle call: "Not; not to save my life would I marry him!" Of -course there was a scene, but as she had promptly fa...

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES I "Before* stepping into his car out-i side the church, the millionaire gave each of the two little girls a quarter. 'Put those in the bank,' he said, 'I started my fortune with less. It is J the pennies that count.'" So runs the cabled story, but it doesn't give us the rest of Rockefeller's advice, which was as follows:—"Use Ave cents each to corner all the slate-pen cils in your school, and then sell 'em oft at a cent apiece. Arrange a rebate at the candy Btore on all candy sold to your schoolmates, and get your slice out of every rebate. If any other little girl comes to school without her lunch, sell her a little of your own lunch at ten cents a sandwich. Never miss Sunday school; the Sunday school kids are the easiest in the world to do a profitable trade with. At the next school races buy two cents worth of tacks, and put 'em where the other ^kinchins will tread on 'em. Then commute your prizes I for cash. Take a lease of the school swing from the teacher,...

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GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

GENERAL NEWS Boys who were born In 1899 were required under the Detenco Act to register themselves for training in January last. The number registered is 3000 short or the number recorded in the previous year, and is almost 8000 below the average for 1S95, 1896 • and-1897. • • f The wholesale price of choicest W. Mstrlct butter, which increased to 1/2 per lb. on June 20, has now declined to 1/1. ' Owing to the splendid sea son, the production is larger than usual. The market is expected to re main steady- for several weeks. • • • • • Exceptional precautions are being taken to ensure absolute privacy or* ■ the occasion of King George's visit to H.M.A.S. Australia. A large body of detectives has been detailed for duty at Portsmouth dockyard, and the special train from London to the naval port- will be watched for the ■ whole distance. Even Admirals will not be admitted to the warship whilst the King is on board. Sir George Reid - is .receiving the Moharch',* and a photo graph. of the ...

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THE POULTRY YARD. POULTRY PROFITS ON FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

THE POULTRY YARD. POULTRY PROFITS ON FARM. Poultry and tholr product now occu py such a high position amongst the world's Industries that tho farmer can ill afford lo overlook or neglect tho poultry department ol' his farm. There are many reasons why tho farmer should consider tho poultry depart ment of his farm. In tho first place, no other branch of the farm gives greater profit in return for tho money Invested. Secondly, the labor re quired l» hardly worth counting, for raising poultry 011 the farm saves half tho care and attention that the poul try-man of a regular poultry farm of only, a few acres must give. On a farm, the poultry usually liavo freo range, and to a very great extent provide themselves with food, scour ing the paddocks from daylight to dusk in search of tholr daily hread. Then the eggs fetch prices yielding a good profit, while poultry is not far behind. Poultry and eggs arc as staple as uny of tho products o£ tho farm, and always bring ready cash. Poultry and t...

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COFFEE TESTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

COFFEE TESTED. The Department of Psychology at Columbia University Jias proved by a series of actual experiments that the popular belief ill" the benellt of coffoe at breakfafct 1b well founded. Six teen persons of bulb sexes and of dif ferent ages were formed into two squads. The members of t'.'e first, called the "caffeine squad," received every day from one to six grains of caffeine In capsules—a cup of ordin arily Btrong colfee contains about two grains. The members of the second, or "control squad," received capsules containing non-stimulating sugar of milk, or fruit syrups similar In taste and appearance-to the caffeine solu tion. So that during the tests no per son in either squad knew whether ho or she was receiving caffeine or not. On certain days the caffeine squad received control doses—that is, sub stitutes lor coffee—and on soino days no dose whatever, the elaborate sys tem by which the drug was adminis tered or withheld making it possible to observe every variety of ef...

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The Lost Parchment (By Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co, Melbourne.) (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER V. A Revelation. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

^ By-FERGUS HUME.' J,Bi' ; (By Arrangement with Ward, Lock .;and Co,,-Melbourne.) (All Jttights Reserved.) . CHAPTER V. ■ A Revelation." -r:/It', was with joy and relief that Dor ,.inda&amp;lt; communicated her father's de ,ciBion to/Rupert, and he was as pleas ed-as she was at the prospect of their speedy, marriage. Hitherto Mallien, not'wishing to make himself uncom fortable' by losing his housekeeper—1 which Dorihda really was—had al ways-objected to the performance of •the ceremony. Certainly he gained -five 'hundred a year when the two be .came one; buf during tile twehty ;four months of the official engagement this fond parent had not been in par ticular' want of money, and in- any case "had' always ' borrowed what small sums- he required fromliis liberal •minded' cousin, at intervals. But now his heart was set upon purchasing the blue sapphire which he had mention ed; to Dorinda, and it was not likely that Rupert would, give him the price of that. Therefore, to get his ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

Postmaster-General's Depnr.t.ment,, i p nit fTlENDERS fur the Oonvoyinpe of SEtili?!)?; over the .Western. SoubheirnJ'North^'V ern, iirid IjSubui'bnn Roads: 'willi^be ;refeni " ceivpd by the^pejjuty Postm.HstpivGei^Msljijtj Sydney, up to noon on'IV^pndtiy^thejiith .,{■ August, 19131, For further part'iculHis's4e. ''Cdfflmon-^y. wealth Gazette" of' tho'nth July, 1913'.W~'^ AGAR WYNNE,-' Postmaster-tJeneralV";'';;^ .-- -v.) ■■■>■: ij -X. 1KW.&amp;lt;*S Urana Pastoral.&amp;'AgpicuI • tural ANsruAi7sH0w;S Tuesday &amp; 'Wednesday,j-p ^7/ 7th &amp; -8th OCTORER^'^ ,- - ■.. 1913, >7 . • ,b .v'ifi T—■;;> PROGRAMME IN .FUTURE-,ISSUE.},' ■— -.• J. .WISE, f ■r;iT €5. ' . iS'li:--. :.7r:-u:^;*'nnw£ Practical. -Wdtchthak^r Jeweller.: Silverware/ Silver* Chains',:^I^dies'^Jgeftsi; Studs, Gold and Silver,1 lalf those, lihea wilt: £-J bo sold below cost. ' 1 r ^Vyi' An immense stock, of .Spectaclea'alvfay3ipn°&amp;lt;-y$ band. Sight Tested free,:..;. Wedding, Keeper, a...

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DAVID GARRICK AND HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

DAVID GARRICK AND HIS WIFE. Tho history of moil ot genius con tains no more romantic eplsodo than tho. married life of David Garrlck. In t.ho early stage of Ills dramatic career, It was thought that he would marry tho brilliant, dashing Peg Wof iington. sho waB frank, good-nature 1, impulsive, beautiful, and accomplish ed—although entirely self-educated -- and tho great actor, like everybody oiso, fell under her dangerous spell. "Forglvo her one female error," said Murphy, "mid It might fairly ho Bald of her that sho was adorned with every virtue." She was tt giddy, flighty woman, full of fun. "liy Jove!" she exclaimed, as who ran Into tho green-room one night from tho stage, when Bho hnd left the house cheering her exit as Sir Henry Wildalr, "they are in such delight; I believo one-halt of them fancy I'm a man." "Madame," rejoined Quln, "tlio other half, then, has the best reason for knowing to tho contrary." When Garrlck llrst met her, her frailties had not yet devoloped; but, by-...

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CHAPTER VI. Counsel's Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

CHAPTER VI. Counsel's Opinion. Wliefl Hendle, having a weight' oU liis mind, woke shortly after -dawn, ho remembered the vicar's proverb, and thought that it might he true. Morn ing certainly was wiser than . the nighf with him, as he began to ask himself wiiy he should he so 'much disturbed over an unproven matter. Leigh certainly asserted positively that he had found a hundred year old will, made in favor of the elder branch of the Hendle family, and, un doubtedly, ho spoke in a wiiy which appeared to be genuine. But then, the vicar was a queer, eccentric per son, who sometimes ibelieved his vis ions to be facts, and who liad on oc casions somo difficulty in distinguish ing between the real and the unreal. In a perfectly honest way ho might be making a mistake, and Rupert, turning over the matter before rising, hoped fervently that aush might prove to be the case. On the ■ other hand, unless Mj\ Leigh's ' staement had some founda tion, in fact, it seemed improbable that ho would o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 11 July 1913

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails; 1/6

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