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UPPER MURRAY AND MITTA HERALD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

UPPER MURRAY AND MITTA HERALD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS can stop their papers only at the . end o£ a quarter. Orders for discontinuing "The HeraldL" must be in writing. No notice will be taken of instructions to discontinue the paper unless all moneys due for subscriptions accota pany the order. - JAMBS J. LAW, Proprietor!. '

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

BIRTH. MoyIjE.—On 3rd inst., ut Nalingu Private Hospital, Tulliinjjiitta, the wife of John J. Moyle, of Spring Creek, Tullangatta—« a daughter (Mary Florence).

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

Dalgoty and Gov Ltd. (Successor® to Chaa! L. Griffith and Co.) ALBURYr'' ANNOUNCE lUeir fuylhromitig Am-tinn Sale* fur which entries are'now being received:— — - Thursday, January 1»% Wahva Market. Friday, Jauuary'lS.—Wuoi, Hide, Skiu and Produce Sale at Albury*: Tuesday, January 20. — Albury Market. Thuruday, January 22. — Wool Sale at Albury. Friday, January 23.—Large Special Sheep Sale at. Albury. Tuesday, January 27.—Wodonjya Market. Thursday, January '<£&—Walla Walla Sale. Friday, January SO. — Gerniauton Sale Saturday, January 3.I.—Corryonir Sale. Friday, January 30.—Bovilla Farm by Auction; at Girnwuton salu-yards, a/o Mr, M. Carmody. Tuesday, February 5. — AI bury Market. Saturday, February 7.—Tallangatta Sale. ThurHday, February 12.—Large CIcNring Sale of Ca tie, Sheep, Hordes, Agricultural Machinery, at Gerog«*ry West, account Mejurn* M'Geoch Broa. Gerogery Weit Subdivision.—For private sale Wool. — Liberal Advance*'made against growing clips, or consign...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. At ihc basis or all genuine rotatious lies the fact that plants differ from nno another ;they differ from one an other in thnir demands upon t|io soil, both chemical and physical; they dif fer with regard to their root system, depth of feeding, their moisture re quirements, their time of feeding, '.heir dates in reaching maturity, etc. Many plants impoverish the soil; : few enrich it; some spoil Its physical condition, while others improve it 111 that regard. Many crops favor the growth of weeds, while others either are able to hold the weeds in cheeli or require such cultivation and treat ment as will prevent their growth. All these differences' lit plants for different placcs in rotation, and a well arranged rotation is one in which the strong points of one crop follow so as to fit into the weak points o! another, or vice versa, and in this way reduce deficiencies to a minimum. A crop that requires a large amount oi one element should be followed !>y one ...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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The Man who Dodged Work. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

The Man who Dodged Work. By Charles Phelps Gushing, in the "Argonaut." Its frightfully hard to make some persons understand that when one of literature s vagrants hits money enough to last him into the middle of Janu ary ho continues to be rieh until lie's poor again. When I'm poor I chase work, take on any sort of hack writing, from interviews to encyclopaedias, lint when I'm rich I dodge it. The harder I pursue, tho more desperately I have to flee later on. Or f should' say, ra ther, that is the way things used to he in tho days -when I was ashamed of my soul and afraid to fling capital back in tho publisher's teeth. As you shall sco. A month ago T looked at my bank book and with intense gratification dis covered that the balance had reached the_ unprert'iidented high'water mark of .000 dollars. That was enough to change my whole attitude towards ex istence. From that time forth until my funds shall sink to zero again I P;i; rich, and despise to vceogiiise labor even as a speaking...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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SOME SALUTATIONS, [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

SOP/iE SALUTATIONS, Tito prostration ami the snlaa;/;, sat utntions that many Orientals use, are only more pronounced forms of the bow. So there is a connection between the embrace,' so common in civilised countries, and the greeting of a mem ber of the Koiavi tribe of British New LfUmen, who, in saluting a missionary, placed ono arm abou this ncek and stroked him under the chin. .Among the Alasai and the Ukereivo it is a mark of 'respect to greet an ac quaintance or a stranger by spitting at him. Almost as strango is the cus ; torn ascribcd to the Tibetans of putting I out tho tongue by way of salutation. ! ltubbiug noses is'quite common; tho Burmese and many tribes- of Eskimos, Laplanders, and CMalays do so. Stranger than any of these customs is the iveeping salutation that has been observed among Central South" Amer ican Indians. This form of greeting occurs too in the Andaman Islands, New Zealand, ami Polynesia. A l'or tuguesu explorer thus describes the cus tom as he saw it. us...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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VAIN REGRETS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

vain regrets: nio serf looks up as kings go by And dreams: "If such a pai) wore I!" The king beltoiUs the scVf, Jus toil-^r: la ruddy herdth ai'nid the soil. And turning-at his loatliEomo easo ~ Exclaims: "If I were such as thesot" Thus, neither knowing cither's bent Of sadness and of discontent, co waste,. s<t sgent in v:fin regret, Tho lu'es that might bo useful yet.

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

THE CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM. Rheumatism is caused by tho reten tion of uric acid in tlic system, owing to tlio action of tho kidneys being de fective. The following letters will be interesting to sufferers from rheuma tism :— From Miss Hilda Brown, 2 Groat Buck ingham-street. Redfern, Sydney, N.S.AV. "AVhon 1 was in Hobart I jvas taken ill, and got so bad,that I T^ent to a hospitnlj syid after staying about three months I returned to Victoria hardly any better than when 1 first went into tlio hospital. Tlio origin of my trou bles was a chill, caught after taking a hot bath, with the result that I could hardly move, the pains in my back and limbs wore so excruciating, I seem ed to got no relief from my treatment. When I arrived in Victoria I was met by my sister, and was induced by her to try Warner's Safe Cure. After tak ing four bottles I felt some relief, and. by the time I had taken six more, I was quite well again. Fioi'irt tho time of leaving the hospital I took no othor remedies o...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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ABOUT MIRRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

ABOUT MIRRORS. Tlio first mirror was doubtless tho | smooth surface of a clear and shining pool. What, were tlio feelings arouseu by tlio sight of the reflected imago, which tlio primitivo mail or woman saw in the water, wo can only imagino; but Williams, the missionary, iells us that some of the Kijinns held that man had two spirits, a dark one and a light 0110, and that the reflection seen in a pool was the latter. And wlion I bo mission ary pIn lmmI oim of these swages beforo a mirror, this c)iil<l of Nature stood entranced* and nummuvd softly: "Now I tan see into ilio' world of spirits! Artificial mirrors have boon in uso for thousands op years, as various re lics and literary refer,mc'es from the remote past jj;ivc evidence. Though vitrified lava and sheets of mica have been put to thi/ use, most of the an cient mirrors — Kgyptian, Hebrew, (treek, and Roman—were made of me tal, usually' bronze or (silver. -Metal mirrors continued in uso until a late period, and wo fi...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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ADVERTISING PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

ADVERTISING PAYS. Business Man—"You remember that 'ad,' I had in your paper, and took out two months ago? "Weil, I want, to have it put back again," Editor— "Why, I thought you said no one noticed it while it was in." Business Man (humbly)—"They didn't seem to» until I took it out." The mere fact Of your advertising lets people know you are still in business; also that your business Is sufficiently important to> stand advertising. If you are in busi ness, you cannot afford to do without advertising, as it is too much of an ad mission to the world at large.—Extract from an Interview with a man who haa profited by newspaper advertising. A millionaire business man haa placed on record this beautiful simile: —"You might as well try to shampoo, an elephant with a thimbleful of soap suds as attempt to do business and ignore advertising."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

EIED'S B00I&Clothing Emporium TALLAN GATTA. new goods arrived. lowest Prices. Value K/nsurpusscd. MEN'S and HOYS' CLOTHING in "II the iNowost Stylos. . I HATS. — Uoaters, Panamas. and im ported J5(»is/)lino am] C«.l.,i.iul Fell Hats. "1 all the Latest Shapes. ^'J^T S IWJSED SUITS, td measure, u ' . ' 8'y'B and finish cuuranleitil. Hundreds of patterns to cliimm fr»«ui. BOOTS and SMtOVS. Ladies', Qonts' nnd Children's H„nts aud Siloes—nobby Shapes and StyUv.. Wo Stock the famous MARSHALL film i'dOT-VKAR in all the latest shapes. ^"e'' Thomson's Man's Wall Welled Boot, boat quality, 1 a/0, job line. Famous Nuppof kip Wal«i-iif;hi, best, quality, 12/0, spripgral or nailed. Hundreds of other lines by all the loading tuukors to choose from. RIED'S emporium TALLANGATTA. j TALLANGATTA PRODUCE STORE. Wholesale mid Retail. CHAFF, OATS, WHEAT, BARLEY, ' ltYE, MAIZE, FLOUR, bran, POLLAIID, POTATOES AND ONIONS, All at j Lowest Market Rates. j Agent II. V.SlMGiy's Sunshino Machinery. All...

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INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

INCOME TAX. The income tax commissioner, prior to making the annual call on the poukets of the community, announces that roltirns of income must be furnished by 2nd February, in cases where income consists anlely of salary, and in other cnses where business complexities aro involved in the preparation of the returns the final date is 2nd March. Every person who is in receipt of 12/6 per day or more in con tinuous employment must make a return, and every person in rooeipt of £201 per year or over is liable for taxation. Forms are obtuiimblo from all post-offices.

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UNFORTUNATE BLUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

UNFORTUNATE BLUNDERS. i By Win. North. The wisdom ot the "little people" is a subject ot never-failing charm to those who love them, and it is with a certain degree ot hesitation that I draw .your attention to ono or two curious instances of what may be termed "unwisdom." They are worth studying, because they throw some light on the vexed question ot" insiinct versus reason. No subject is better worth attention, none more frequently misunderstood, for many an action which we carelessly assign to intelli gence is really the result of instinct. A binl does not learn to build a nest nor does it reason out the best! way of setting to work. It simply fol-1 lews its instinct and acts as countless generations of its kind have done in the past. Hemmbor such a busy work er cannot be said tq be following the example of its parents since it. never saw them at work. I3veu better in stances of this may bo found amongst the teeming members of .tins insect world, for they are usually orphans at th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

X ASSURANCE GO. ltd, ,, ESTD. 1732. fire. ACCIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. iosses paid exceed £85,000,000, Vosws b* bush FIRES *nd by UQHTNINO are «nad6 good by thU Company, AGENT8 WANTED. ~f-K461T0471 BOURKE ST., Melbourne, DALcrry « co. ltd., aqihts. Pickled Pears—To four and n-half pounds of fruit allow »uc pound and fl-ualf of sugar, one pirn of good wine °r.-,c vinegar, a ii lle cinnamon, flna tlie rind of a lemon. I'eel (he pears, whicli should 1m> just 011 the verge of ripeness, halve thorn, and re move the cores. Boil together the vinegar and sugar, skimming it thor oughly. Put in the pears with the cin namon nnd lemon-riiiii, and simmer over a clear fire until the fruit is ten der. Then lift out the pears and place tliem in jars and pour tho hot syrup «Ter them. After a week drain off cnc syrup, re-boil if. and again pour it over the fruit. When cold fasten down securely. Prentice-it,-,East St. Kilda. September 2, 1913. .a, m,other of eleven chil - to kelp if possible har...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

UPPER MURRAY AND MITTA HERALD. advertising rates. CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS, sucll aa j Wanted, To Let, Found, Lost, Re ward, and others Of that class, wllH be charged at the following Rates:— Sixteen Words or Under, Is. per tnser • tlon; two insertions, Is. 6d.; three, 2s.; four, 2s. Gd.; six, 3s. J Over Sixteen and Under Thirty Words. I 2s. per insertion; two insertions, 3S.J three, 4s.; four, 5s.; six, 6s. I sar REMITTANCE must accompany 1 Order to secure insertion at thesa rates. 1 Notices of Meetings, Trespass, Enter ' tainments, etc., will be inserted at the rate of 3s. per inch; two inser tions, 5s.; three, ?s.; six, 10s. | Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2s. Gd. ' per insertion; Obituary Verses, 3s. per inch. In Notices of Weddings, where it is de sired that the list of presents ha published, a charge is made for same, at the rate of 3d. per line. JAMES J. LAW, Proprietor. J. BROWN, Builder & Undertaker, TALLANGATTA. On Sale :— >LL Kr.N'DS of BUILDING MATERIALS, WALL f...

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A PRIZE POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

A PRIZE POEM. A syndicate of American editors offered 1,000 dols. for the best appeal to newspaper subscribers to pay-up their subscriptions. The prize was given to the Editor of the "Rocky Mountain Celt" This is the poem:— Lives of great men ait remind us Honest men don't stand a chancer The more we work there grow behind ua Bigger patches on our pants. On our pants, once new and glossy. Now are stripes of different hue; All because subscribers linger. And won't pay us what is due. Then let us all be up and doing: Send your mite, however small; Or. when the cold of winter strikes ua, We shall have no pants at all!

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The Minister's Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

The Minister's Mistake. A newly-appointed Scotch minister on his first Sunday in his new church had reason to complain of the poor ness of the collection. "Mon," replied one of the elders, •they arc close—verra ciose. But"— onlidentiall.v—"the auld meenister he put three or four saxpences awa" with •iim afterward." The new minister tried the sam< plan, but the next Sunday he agai: liad to report a dismal failure. Th' ■.otal collection was not only small lit he was grieved to find that lib nvn sixpences were missing. "Ye may he a better preacher than he auld meenister," exelaiuicd tin •Ider; '-but ir ye had half the know !cdge o' (lie .world, an' o' yer ain Hock » particular, ye'd ha' done what he iid. an' glued the saxpences to the late!"t' ;

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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NOTA[?] CHURCH COLLECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

NOTAIP.S ©reURCH COLLECTION. The Fifth Avenue BapWst Church, which is attended by Mr. Rockefeller, raised at a morning's collection £64.S00. A special appeal for a new church was made, and the collection consisted almost exclusively of cheques, notes and gold coin. Mr. Rockefeller waited for the announce ment of the total, which was given as •£32.-»00, and then wrote out a cheque for an equal amount.

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Worse Than Influenza. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

Worse Than Influenza. A politician who is a great walker was out enjoying his favorite recrea tion. After going a few miles be sai down to rest. "Want a lift, mister?" asked a good natured farmer, driving that way. "Thank you,'' responded the polit; cian; "I will avail myself of your kin. offer." The two rode on in silence for ; while. Presently the farmer asked: "Professional man?" "Yes." answered the politician, wlf was thinkng of a Bill he had peudin before the House. After another long pause the farme observed: "You ain't a lawyer, or you'd b talkin'; you ain't a doctor, 'cause yo ain't got 110 bag; and you ain't preacher, from the looks of you. Whs is your profession?" "I am a politician." was the repl The farmer gave a snort of disgust "Politics ain't no profession; poi' tics Is a disease," said he. Some people cannot see the reasc for. -fitting a thick iron or brass bar' to the small saws used by carpenters as shown In our picture, while lar:r Baws have no such strip. The roa...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Awkwardly Put. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 15 January 1914

Awkwardly Put. The roads at Siushtou-in-Mud were .11 u very bail slate, but uo one see") ud to worry much about it until :■ .number of the Parish Council went to London on a short holiday. While there he was greatly Impress ed by the wood paving in the streets, which he thought was exactly what was wanted at Slushton, and on his return he at once drew the attention or his fellow councillors to the matter. To his surprise lie did not meet with much support, some objecting on ac count of expense, while others did not seem to realise what he was talk ing about. He was rather upset, ano after an exciting argument, ho ex claimed: "Well, gentlemen, you can say what you like about the difficulty of us getting wood paving, but X can't see any difficulty. All that is necessary is for us to put our' heads together, and then we shall get it."

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