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TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 25TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. Wednesday. 25th Maucii. The following oases wore rionlt with:—J. B. M'Lareti v. Walter Oashman: claim for £9/2/7, goods sold.—Ordor for amount, with £1/15/ costs. Frank A. Hohson v. James Koller: claim for £2, good sold.— Order for amount, with 5/. costs. Messrs. Grant and S wanton, J.Ps., constituted the Court. Friday, 27th March. Charles Mercer was charged with having bohaved in an insulting manner in Towong Street, Tallang atta, on the previous ovffning. Ho pleaded guilty, and was fined 2/G. The fine was paid. Mr. Swanton, J.P., was on the Bonch. Monday, 30tji March. Leslie M'Grath was charged with having behaved in an offonsive man ner (fighting) in Towong Street on Sunday morning. The charge was admitted, and a fino of 20/ was in flicted. Mr. Swaulou, J.P., adjudi cated. "Wednesday, 1st April. At this court, Messrs. Grant and Pattorson, J.Ps., dealt with the fol lowing cases :—C. Bowdon and Sons v. Kobort Boyd : claim for £31/15/1, goods sold.—Order fo...
SHEEP-DIPPING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
SHEEP-DIPPING REGULATIONS. Section 4 (3) Sheep Dipping Act 1009 roads as followsEvery Bhoop-owuer ahull within one month after he has flipped his sheop and lambs as aforesaid inulio a return to the Chiof Inspector in the form in the schedule; and an}' sheep owner neglecting or refusing to inuko such return shall be liublo on conviction to a peliulty not exceeding £5 and not less than £1. Wo hnvo boon reqnestol to state that forms of " roturn of sheop dipped," with declaration attachod, may bo obtained on personal application to Mr. O'Leary, court clork, 'i'ullangatta.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
Atheneum-hall, Tailangatta SATURDAY, 4th APRIL. One uight only ! The Ever Popular Scotch Comedian AD. CREE AND HIS CLEVER COMPANY. MISS JENNIE CREE, Balladiafc, Duettist uud Sketch Artist MISS GERTRUDE SUMMERIIAYES, Solo Violinist MISS RUBY GROVES, Soprano and Munologist MR. R. A. BARTLEMAN, Baritono eg? AD. CREE and MISS JENNIE CREE in Scotch Comedy Sketches,4' Sandy's Courtship" and "The Proposal." See Ad. Creoae " M'Phee, the Millionaire." POPULAR PRICES: Front seals, 2/; Back, 1/; Reserved, 3/. KIEWA—Monday, April 6, II. S1IARPE, Manager. Schools' Excursion, Benalla TO-MORUOW (Friduy) rnlCKETS to-day from Messrs. "W. Ried, JL W. Osmotherly, 13. Butler, and School. Adults, S/9; children, 2/3. Available for return till lOlh April.—A. O'LEAllY and B. T. PEARSE, Joint Hon. Sees. Tailangatta Rifle Club. SIXTH MONTHLY SHOOT will ho tired on THURSDAY NEXT, Oth, und SATURDAY, 11th iuatant. Ranges, 200, 300 aud GOO yards. MUSKETRY begins on TnunSDAY, IGth Inbt., aud will ho contiuued on ...
MUNICIPAL AND DEPARTMENTAL. The Secretary of the Shire of Towong reports receipt of the following letters:— [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
MUNICIPAL ADD DEPARTMENTAL. Tlie Secretary of the Shiro of Towong reports receipt of the following letters:—' Chief Inspector of Fisheries an J Game writes:—"I have to acknowledge 10 ceipt of your letter of 18 th March re garding yearling trout for the waters of the district. It is quite true- that browu trout stand the journey better than rain bows, but the lattor have boon proved to be tho most suitable for the mountain streams in the oxtrome North-cast of the Stuto. It is thus worth while to take a littlo more caro nnd to ovon have a httlo greator loss for the sake of obtaining tho beat species. Will you kindly let mo know whether thera haB been much loss ill transporting the;-yearlings from the railway statiou to the.various streams." Socrotary to Board of Ilealth writes : — "At a .mooting of the Hoard of lloalth on 18th ult., consideration was given to tho question of the wholesomeness of the fish supply, and, in pursuanco of a reso lution then passed. I am to ask that the Coun...
LONG-SERVICE RECORDS. THE PATHETIC SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
loNg:service records. THE PATHETIC SIDE. Tho London correspondent of tho Age writes :—Some instances of ro markablo length of sorvice in the Bamo. situation liavo boon revealed in tho. nowspapors rocontly. In ono ense a man huil boon 75 years in the employ of tho sumo firm, hav ing begun work at tlio ago of 9, anil dying at tho ago of 81, as tho result of injuries received through having boon knocked down by a taxi-cab. But for this accident he would have added a few more years to his rocord of long service. But tho most re markablo collection of records is sup plied by Huntley and Palmer, Ltd., a famous firm of biscuit makers, whoso works aro at Reading. Tlioy have in thoir employ several thou sands of work-peoplo, and among them aro 53 who have all completed over 50 yei»rs' sorvico. Ono of them has completed over CO years, and 11 of tho others have been with tho firm for over 55 j'oars. Among their women employes aro two who have been ovor 40 years in thoir sorvice. Including both...
APPOINTMENTS FOR NEXT SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
Appointments for Next Sunday. British and Foreign Biblo Society.— Coinkineil Sorviuo in Church or England, Tallangatta, on Sunday next, oik inst., ut 3 p.m.—Ad. Presbyterian.—Mitta Mitta, 11 ; Littlo Snowy, 3; Tallundoon, 7.30.— Rov. Carey. Mothodist.—Tallun^itta, 11 and 7.30; IIuou Lano. 3. —Mi. Wills. Stockyard, 2.30.—Mr. Courtney. Anglican — Bullioh, 11 a.m. ; Vulloy, 3 ; Tallangnttn, 7.30. —Rector.
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Dean Gaffoy, parish priest at Beech - worth, lias loft Tor Queensland on two months' holiday. The uiany friends of the reverend gentleman will bo sorry to boar that "ho has lately suffered sovoroly from insomnia. He has accordingly do ciiled to tako a briof rospito from his duties, 111 tho hope of obtaining relief from this vory distressing coiiiplaint. An anonymous donor in England hns given £30,000 to cover tho cost of an Anglican chapol at Guildford, W.A. When tho Vicar of tho Otaika Church (N.Z ) proceeded to conduct service, ho found a lunatic in possession of tho building. The lunatic claimed to bo a patron of the church, and stated that brighter sorvicos were necessary to attract tho paiishionors. lie added that ho found it necessary to mako n fow im piovoments, and showed the astonished vicar a gramuphono installed in tho vestry, with a horu diroctod into tho church through a hole cut in tho wall. The sidoa of tho church woro docoratod with picluros fro...
TALLANGATTA SUB-TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
TALLANGATTA SUB-TREASURY. Tho Receiver and Paymaster supplies tho following list for publio information; ACCOUNTS PAYABLE. W. Carlile, H. N. Lewis tind others (2)^ Dr. Grcenham, A. Pluyle, Mrs. E. A. Elliott, C. H. Ordish, A. and J. Harris, Y. Iiogun, \V. Pilfoot, John 0. A. Schneider, James Lord, Wm. Mooro and W. J. Humphrey. LEASES FOR EXECUTION AND DELIVERY. II. Leo, Lou!m I. Taekor, E. T. Haire* J. FI. E. Kendall, E. Jephcott, jun., Gc. O, Smith, G. Lord, H. G. Cheshire. LICENCE FOR EXECUTION ANpk DELIVERY. H. G. Nelson. OROWN GRANTS FOR DELIVERY. AC. M'Namnra, J. E. Simpson, E. Smith . L, iHunerioffj A. J. Smedley.
WOMEN AND TROUSERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
WOMEN AND TROUSERS. j Tho Daily Express (London) writes i —Creased trousers, colored soclta and patout shoes are tho necessary accom paniment of tho new walking costume, with its skirt slit half way up tho front. Tho first model which liaa found its way from Paris, to Londou was seen at Messrs. Ponting's, in High Street, Konsington. It consists of n short coat and a " wrap-over" skirt, fastening in front over a pair of trou sers. All three garments are mada of light spring suiting. The trouser costume is quite distinct from tho "harem skirt," which was tentatively introduced a couple of years ago. Instead of dispensing with the skirt,, it is really an invention which is in teudod to make tho current fashions more convenient. Wo have had slit skirts so far, and tho slit, the natural result of a tight garmont which ham.^ pored tho wearer's movoments, usu ally showed the feet clad iu thin silk stockings. A slit which shows over trousers is infinitely more practical^ The wearor is not s...
RIFLE SHOOTING. ESKDALE V. TALLANGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. Eskdale v. Tallaxqatta. Those teams fired a mutch on Tullang atta ruuge on 21st tilt. The conditions wore—Ten 111011 a-sido, eight shots apioce at 500 and 600 yards; two sighters op tional ; best 6oron scores to count. The homo team won by 10 points, 1 ho totals boing—Tullangatta, 467 ; Eskdulo, 457. Appended are the scores:— TALLAKGATTA, Name. 500yds. GOOyds. Tl. C. Buuhunan, captain . . 36 . . 31 . . 70 W. Dyring . 36 . . 34 . . 70 W. Walsh . 36 . . 30 . . G6 D. Wilkinson . 33 . . 33 . . GG M.Kelly . 32 . . 34 . . GG W. Martin .. ■ . . 34 . . 32 . . 66 O. Brooks . 32 . . 31 . . G3 Totals . 233 . . 228 . . 4G7 15SKDAX.E. C. Peters . 34 . . 36 . . 70 G. Ellis .. .. . 33 , 36 . . G9 W. M'Donald .. . . 34 . . 33 . . i>7 11. Downs . 35 . . 32 . . 07 C. Smyth . 36 . . 28 . . 61 A. Boclc, captain . 31 . . 28 . . 62 J. Smith.. . 29 . 29 . . 53 Totals ,: 235 . 222 . 457 The following were counted-out:—■ Tullangutta. — J. J. Moylo, 33, 25—58; EI. Sirl, 20, 30 -56; G.'Fran...
MELBOURNE LETTER. LIBERALISM AND THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER. fllY OUlt Sl'liClAL COltniJSPOJfDKXT.l T.ntkttai.isM and-the Senate. How grout uuil deplorable is tho oclipso of Liboralism is shown in the list or linmos of politicians submitting them selves for uoininalion and party support at tho noxt Senate eleotion. Whoto aro tho young Australian Liberals? For answer, we shall find thorn throwing in their lot with Labor. Again and again tlioy huvo warned ns that, " if they aro Liberal in profession, tlioy are intensely democratic in sentimentand soino of them have bitteily lauionted ill tho daily press that they are " nevor given a hour ing, or a chance of advancement, or of Forvice in the Liberal cause," becausotho Liberal Unions are moth-eaten with political and electoral ivjeds,_ who elin^ like grim death lo tho " living" which tho political oi-gaiiiziUiuns afford them. Can we do lie'better tlian Messrs. Saniuol Maugfcr, St. Ledgor, Hume Cook; or 0110 or two ambitious political nonenti ties wlin have boon identified with t...
DREDGING BOARD'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
DREDGING BOARD'S REPORT. Amongst a variety of eubjocts of public interest discussed by the State Cabinet last week was (lie Dredging IJoard's report. Tho Cabinet devoted eovoral Lours to the consideration of tho Dredging Board's roport, and the memorandum prepared by the Minister of Mines on bis inspection of tho dredging areas. The following decisions wore roauhod : — 1. New leases for dredging and hy draulic slueing.—None to bo issued for the future, except in certain mining districts subsoquouUy to bo defined, and thon only when pollution of streams leading into agricultural districts is not likely to rosult. 2. Existing leases — All covenants dealing with resoiling and non-pollution of streams houcsfurth to bo rigidly enforced. 3 Undor tho provisions of section 11 of Act 1511, tho Minister to oxcept from occupation for mining purposes or for rosidonco or businoss undor any minor's light or business licence, bods, banks of all rivers in yictoria. 4. Tho Ministry to introluco legi...
LIST OF AWARDS. Appended is a complete list of the prizes awarded in the various claeses:—DRAUGHT HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914
LIST OF AWARDS. &nbsp; Appended a complete list of the prizes awarded in the various classes:— DRAUGHT HOUSES. Stallion, 3 years or over—E. M'Koy 1, A. Simon 2. Mare, with foal at foot.—Wm. Packer 1, H. C. Robertson 2. Mare, any ago —Mrs. JI. Mitchell 1, II. C. Rt-berlsun 2. Gelding or Filly, 2 years—II. C. Ro bertson 1, TIioh. Ronan 2. Colt, Gelding or Fill)', 1 year— II. C. Robertson 1, CIiuh. Franks 2. Pair Farm Horses—H. 0. R> beitson 1, Win Paclwr 2. Foal by Brain hope Royal William—J. M. Hmitur 1, Mrs. M. Milchel! 2. Guiding or Marc, any aire. — II. 0. Robertson 1, Mrs. M. Mit.choll 2. Bosk Dmttirlifc Stallion on ground — JB. M'Koy's Laird of Haddington, uhampiou. PONIES. Pony Stallion, 14 hands a.u.—E. M'Koy 1, H. C. Lees 2. Pony Mare, 14 hands a.u., &nbsp; with foal at foot.—A. E. Bowman 1, Huon Bros 2. Pony Mare, 14 hands a.u, judged for brood purposes.—A. E. Bowman 1, A. F. Huon 2. Best Polo Pony, 14.2 hands &nbsp; a.u., open to all, and suhjoct....
MAN, THE MONSTER: HIS DEEDS AND MISDEEDS. A Speech by a Famous Suffragette. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 9 April 1914
" IT3F!SW.n*t||in* VIAN, THE MONSTER: HIS DEEDS | AND MISDEEDS. I A Specch by a Famous Suffragette. Tlio history of the past and present, ray sisters, is colored crimson with the deeds and misdeeds of Man, the Monster. He stays out late and comes home early. He breaks open the 3hildrcn's money-boxes and buys Wild Woodbines with their dear little far things. In the olden days he would neglect his wife while he went to the tourney; now he neglects lier while ho goes to the Old Bull and Pear Tree. In those same olden day3 he would make of her a beast of burden, now lie burdens her with beasts—what with his ferrets, his dogs, his pigeons, and his gramophones! In fact, blood is on his hands; his feet are on the crooked path; his c-yes are alwas picking out winners that have a pain in their legs and his mouth is always occupied witli a quart pot or someone else's half-pint glass. He is a wretch, a brute, a prevarica tor, and perfect wash-out. All the ' crimes in the calendar can be laid t...
ON THE EDUCATION OF DELICATE BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 9 April 1914
ON THE EDUCATION OF DELICATE BOYS. A great deal of nonsense, as it seems to me, is often talked about the danger at allowing 'boys who are deli cate or suffer from some physical in firmity to face the supposed rigors of public school life. It is supposed in many quarters that a weakly boy, at one of the big schools, has his life lade a burden to liim by his compan ions, and runs the risk of having his health completely shattered. If the school is carefully chosen and is one :n which there is anything approach ing a decent tone, I cannot help thinking that the opposite of this is , almost invariably the case. Boys have more natural good-feel- ! ing than they are sometimes given credit for, and in a good school the greatest consideration is shown by the boys for a companion who suffers from some physical disability. More over, the watchful care which a .boy receives at school (particularly if the medical authorities have ibeen warned beforehand), coupled with the regular life and disc...