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MISTAKE PAID FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

MISTAKE PAID FOR. James Albert Griffiths, the innn who llm ' > f lioi IH kon [ 11 j til Ilia family at Omeo and detained in the lock up for over a woek because the police were doluded into the belief that' he was Sparks, the prison-breaker, was ou Monday prevailed upon at the Criminal Investigation office to accept £26 from the police as a solatium. After being interviewed by Superintendent Gleeson, the man consented to take only out-of pocket expenses incuvrod through the error of the police, and ho signed a receipt for £2G. As an indication of the treat ment the police afforded the man, it uiuy bo mentioned that, after his arrest, he was placed in a coll which was doubly padlocked, while an armed constable remained on guard outside. Griffiths has returned to his family and his farm at Omeo. The Chief Secretary has called on the police for a full report setting out how an innocent, hard-working man as Griffiths proved himself to be, was subjected to such treatment. Nobody but th...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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THE MAN WHO DOESN'T ADVERTISE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

THE MAN WHO DOESN'T ADVER* • TISE. Breathes there a man' Willi soul so dead,'' WUo to himself hath never said, "My trade of late is getting bad, I'll try another ten-inch ail." If such there be, go mark him well, For him no hanlc account shall swell—• No angel watch the golden stair To welcome home a millionaire. To such a man the noisy din Of traffic may not enter in;. For bargain-lumters by the score Shall pass nor heed his dingy door; For, though his sign is on the wall. And on some barn-vard gate a scrawl, No people who have cash and sense, Go prancing round to read the fence The man who never asks for trade By local line or ad. displayed Cares more for rest than worldly gain; And patronage but gives him pain. Tread lightly, friends, let no rude sound. Disturb his solitude profound. Here let him live in calm repose— Unsought except by men he owes. And when he dies, go plant him deep, That naught may break his dreamless sleep, Where no rude clamour may dispel The quiet that he lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

PI6S and CALVES STONE and CO. (Resii.), ROBERT SCHULTH, Proprietor. WHOLESALE MEAT SALESMAN, MBfTROPOfclTAN MHAT MARKET, NORTH MELBOURNE. Ave open to Receive C&TcaBe Pori and Veal Any Day During the "Week. Sales Dally. Hlshewt Prices Rsalleed. Latest Cold Storaeo Chambers. Prompt Account Huie.i. Corrc-spoiidonce In I'itPd. See onr WseVly Reports is MsrSst Ueimrtu of ] iing railor Made Among the smartest women of ® to-day is aha whoee garments hare been renovated here. She looks just a* If the had stepped oat of a band bos. From the ostrich feather la her hat, down to the hem of her dainty skirt—everything look* bran! new, ia fact, fair beyond her self would guess that every article was not absolutely new —yet It b all last season's goods cleaned or dyed by mt.

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. 1.—Subscribers who do not give ex press notice to the contrary, in writing, are considered as wishing to Continue their subscription. 2.—If subscribers order the discon tinuance of their periodicals, the pub lisher may conlinue to send them until Arrears are paid. ?,.—If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, tliev are Responsible until they have so!(led their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discon tinued. 4.—If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publish ers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5.—The courts have decided that "re fusing to take periodicals from the post office, or leaving them uncalled for, is primrt facto evidence of intentional Fraud." G.—If subscriber* pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give Notice to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con tinue taking it; ot...

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ACCIDENTS & EMERGENCIES. WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

ACCIDENTS & EMERGENCIES. WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. The following useful hints—the adop tion of which in country places may be Uio moans of saving human life—have been is'ued by authority of the Aus tralian Health Society:— There should be in every home a plai'fl Mown to every member of the limi,ri!old (but out of the way of the children) where are kept ready for Im mediate use the following articles, uliich con be obtained from a chemist:—A pair of scissors, three or lour large needles (threaded), a few prepared bandars, some lint, adhesive ••'■■^piaster, oil "sllhr; cotton wool for padding, olive oil, and a bottle of Boracic or Carbolic acid solution. [Yon are recommended, also, to obtain, If possible, praclical Instruction from o SU. .1 olm Ambulance Association class. Every family should have at least one certificated member of the Associa tion.] BRUISES AND SPRAINS. If a bruise can be treated at once, apply cold water, and keep tlic part at perfect rest; otherwis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

Telephone i* now connected <n>cft with Herald uflire, so tlmt all purtfl of the muy communicate will* us for , im mi.-wiou of news u»4 ttds. W00LGMR SKINS. BUM ADVERTISE AND PROSPER. SIXTEEN GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ADVERTISE. 1.—Money invested in judicious ad vertising ia like a boomerang—it is bound to come back again with redoubled power. 2.—The most results don't come from the most expenditure. They come from the most intelligent ex penditure. 3.—Advertise for Business; then ad vertise to make it better; then advertise to keep it. 4.—Sit still, and your business will sit still too. 5.—Advertising is not a necessity, neither is the telephone, nor the telegraph, nor the train; but they are mighty convenient when you want to get there quick . G.—There is no trade so settled but a vigorous competitor may take it away by advertising. 7.—One or two insertions of an ad vertisement seldom pay. It in the consecutive, continuous, per sistent efforts that win in ad vertisi...

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PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

PHILOSOPHY. Of you dry to do peesnis mitowt ad-, vertising, you will find yourself already like a boy drying to slillde a hill down mitowt shnow. Pesldes, dere Ish dese tifferences: ven you don't got some shnow you gant make 'em; but you can somedinies shenerally always make der advertising rome right avay quick off, all der year rount. mit some moneys.

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FATTENING POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

FATTENING POULTRY. iiie best and, at the same time, most economical method ot lattening all Kinds oi poultry is to Keep tuein in coiiunemeiit tor a short time betore iJiey aro required for table. A good deal oi judgment, however, lias to be exercised 111 deciding tile length ot time tins conlinemeiu is to last, lor it overdone, even in tlie slightest de gree, the birds rapidly lose llesii and go back ill condition. Strange as it may seem, once this begins, uo amount of feeding will restore either their weight or condition till after they have regained their liberty again. J''or this reason the poultry must be confined i'or too long a period before they aro required.

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FOR THE FARMER. HOUSING POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

FOR THE FARMER. HOUSING POULTRY. ' 1C all poultry liouses o£ the closed ill type had an end or one side o£ tliem knocked out, disease would dim inish by one-half, and the profits from the birds compelled to roost in them would, probably, be doubled. It is impossible to conceive anything more insanitary and conducive to disease than the ordinary type o£ fowlhouse one sees in the country. Jt is cramp ed, dark and without any ventilation, except tlio many draughty cracks. It is little wonder that going from the foetid atmosphere into otten un un sheltered yard the birds contract colds, and soon become a prey to dis ease. It were l'ar better to let the hens roost in trees. The sloeping quarters of fowls should be merely draUgliE-proof shelters from extremes of weather and, if winter eggs be de sired, tliey should have dry scratch ing quarters for bad weather. Always have your poultry houses open to the north.

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A PRIZE POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

A PRIZE POEM. A syndicate of Amorican editora offered 1,000 dols. for the best appeal to newspaper subscribers to pay-up their subscriptions* The prize was given to 5? » ,Fdi^.r of the "Rock# Mountain Celt. This is the poem:— Lives of great men all remind us Honest men don't stand a chance; The more we work there grow behind Bigger patches on our pants. On our pants, once new and glossy,. Now are stripes of different hue';; All because subscribers54inger^ And won't pay us whatc is due„ Then let us all be up and dotng: Send your mite, however small; Or. when the cold of winter strikes U9^ We shall have no pants at allt

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THE "SPARKS" SUSPECT. INNOCENT MAN'S ORDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

THE uSPARKS" SUSPECT. INNOCENT SUN'S ORDEAL. I Ab»ut tweWd years ago John Hanry Sparks, a prisonee ut I'uuUul^u, Victoria, broke out of the guol uud escuped. He has not been found' sinuo, although tlie . police iLumgtit tlioy had hiui lust week. Witli great pomp urn) circuiustanoe the suspect was imostud at Qineo, where he Imd long livuil honestly, un-1 was brought before the Melbourne City Court on Friday. It turned out that the man arrestod {O'Neill) was not identical with the escapee. Hid real uuine Wild James A. Griffiths. Whon Griffiths was brought before the magistrate, Detective Burvett stutod that the officers in churge of the case were now quite satisfied that the suspect was not Sparks. A return ticket for him to go home hud been purchased, and he would be recouped for any loss be bud sustained through the proceedings. Mr. Burnett, solicitor for Griffiths, asked for professional costs against the Police Department, and also for compen sation. for his client, who hud been p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

UPPER MURRAY AND MITTA HERALD. ADVERTISING RATES. CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS, such 03 Wanted, To Let, Found, Lost, Re ward, and others of that class, will be charged at the following Rates:— Sixteen Words or Under, Is. per inser tion; two insertions. Is. Gil,; three, 2s.; four, 2s. 6d.; six, Ss. Over Sixteen and Under Thirty Words, 2s. per insertion; two insertions, 3s.; three, 4s.; four, 5s.; six, Gs. tar REMITTANCE must accompany Order to secure insertion at thesa rates. Notices of Meetings, Trespass, Enter tainments, etc., will be inserted at the rate of 3s. per inch; two insec« tions, 5s.; three, 7s.; six. 10s. Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2s. 6d. per insertion;. Obituary Verses, 3s.. per inch. In Notices of Weddings, where it is de sired that the list of presents be published, a charge is made iov same, at the rate of Sd, per line.. JAMBS J. LAW, Proprietor.. * Builder & Undertaker, TALLANGATTA, On Sale:— ALL KINDS of BUILDING MATERIALS^ WALL PAPER. GLASS, PAINTS, LIME, CE...

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TALLANGATTA-CUDGEWA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

tallangatta -cudgewa railway. The secretary of the Tdllangatta-Cud gewu Railway Trust has received the following letter from the Chief Clerk of the Railway Construction Branch of the Board of Land and Works: — Melbourne, 19th December, 1913:. Sir;— I have to acknowledge the roceipt of your 1 lattes of IGtU iust., und to inform,you thiit [ we are glnd to have the information ur to the service of the Koti'oea to Trent/* as we deaire ta enter on the laud soon after 1st proximo. A list of accommodation works which the Department will provide, i.e., private gate crossing* or openings undor the railway, will be Heiit to you at ua early date. The line will be fenced where it runs through private property. The laud rcquirod temporarily will be used for.pur* posuasuch as obtainiug ballast., deposits of earth and rook, aud for obtaining access, go that materials cau be carted to. the sites o$ bridges aud for works on the liue. An officer will bo-nout ta the line directly after the holiday* to...

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THE VIXEN. By Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., Melbourne.) (All Sights Reserved.) CHAPTER XLI. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

THE VIXEN. By LEWIN FITZHAMON. •By Arrangement with Ward, Look and Co., Melbourne.) (All Sights Reserved.) CHAPTER XLI. "Lieutenant Ingram!" The slight, straight figure stepped nonchalantly into the box. Despite Mr. Justice Wenham's stem hint at reprisals, lie licld himself stiffly at . attention; he looked the figure of a gentleman who had abandoned all liopc. .There was disgust in the intona tion.of .Mr, Candy's voicc as he be gan: You were present in court when the evidence of James Mcrdan was given?" •; Yes." "Is it correct?" . ;; Yes!" Years ago you were intimate with Lady Pettigew?" , She Jived 011 me," answered Lieti tinant Ingram, crisply. He looked directly at Ernest Sibstonc, 101 Lieutenant Ingram had also to cam rus living at the expense of an already liun;'.!iat«'d woman. ^ Ernest Sibstonc nodded his head ain-.ost imperceptibly, as if to acknow ledge an invoice of goods. He leaned across to gaze at Dainty Dres den. Her place was empty. She had gone, a beaten, disgraced w...

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CHAPTER XLII. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

CHAPTER X'LII. An antc-room in the Law Courts. Lady Pettigew left the Court crush ed and overwhelmed with humiliation —a whole world of shame beating in upon her, beating her down to her very knees in hopeless, helpless agony. Her husband stood by her, mute of his own misery, affording: her comfort by gpntle ivordo of sympathy and assurancc of lis love /or lier. Occasionally there came bursts of mittered misery from the poor brow icatcn woman, interspersed with frun ic cries against the injustice of it all. Dainty worked herself into a frenzy igainst her dead parent, who had >roi'.ght her up so abominably as to land ler in a slander case. Then followed liatraught imprecations against Sib itone. so fierce and so shrill that her >oor honour-maimed husband had to ilace his hand gently over her mouth. 5he resisted and fought like a wild cat. I'hen as suddenly she turned- upon him ind accused him of standing up for An gela Burney—" for a thief," she cried hysterically. '' 1 know sh...

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THE HOUSEHOLD [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

THE HOUSEHOLD Making Piccalilli.—This may bp made of all kinds of vegetables such as gherkins, cucumbers cut in pieces, cauliflowers pulled in pieces, cabbage sliced, onions, radish-pods, green tomatoes, capsicums, 6mall scarlet runners, and nasturtium-pods—in al most any proportion desired. None oj them roust be washed, • but all should bo well looked over; put on earthenware dishes, sprinkled lightly with salt, and let them stand for one night; drain them on a cloth, and pui thom, well mixed, into large-mouthed jars. To one gallon of the best browr. vinegar add 3oz. of bruised ginger 2 oz. of whole black pepper, 2oa. all spice, loz. of turmeric, and 6oz. shal lots; boil these all together for a quarter of an hour. Mix half a pound of the best Dour of mustard with boil ing vinegar, and stir this into the vinegar and spices. The vinegar must on no account be left near the fire after the mustard ia mixed in. Pour this mixture boiling over the vege tables in the jar, strew a few mus t...

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The Herald. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

"Jjjjeiiulil. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1014. The income tux oouimiaai'inar, prior to making the annual cull on the pockets of the community, announces that roturns oI income must be furnished by 2nd February, iu eases where income consists solely of salary, and in other cases where husiuess complexities are involved in the preparation of the returns the final date 18 2nd March. Every person who is in receipt of 1276 per day or more in con tinuous employment must maka a return, and every person iu receipt of £201 per year or over ia liable for "taxation. Forms are obtainable from all poBt-ofHces. Tenders for the position of caretaker of the bridge over the Murray River, at Tintaldra, will be received by Mr. S. Archer, Distriot Works Officer, Coota uiundra, before noon on Monday, 12th January. Conditions of agreement may be seen at the Albury Court-house and at the residence of Mr. Yogel,'"Tintaldra: On the construction of the Uairnsdale to Orbost railway line, which is later to be exten...

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LOVERS' QUARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

LOVERS' QUARRELS. Lovers' quarrels generally arise ■'rom the merest trifle. In about nlno ■ases out of ten neither side could tell vnn how the wrangle came about. There-was a misunderstanding, a word taken amiss, a look that was misin terpreted. Then the quarrel began in real earnest. The safest rule for avoiding a seoond quarrel, some wisp •isrson once said, is never to have n Hrst. J3ach time tlie lists are entered It is easier to rush into combat again. Old writers used to say lhat the quarrels of lovers meant the ultimate renewing of lov«. There is no truth in this assertion. Tt may be that when people become reconciled after a quarrel they are kinder and more lov I inp to each other for a time bv way I of atonement, but there is rarely aeain the same «rns» of confidence and se curity in eaoh other's love.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

COMMERCIAL, The Melbourne Stack Markets, j [15V TELEGHAm.] Mki.Uookne, Wednesday. Mutbieson iiMil Dn vis,stock unit station j »aents, St. J union's liuilditigs, Williaw atreet, MollmuniB, ropnrt as follows: — Fat Oattlk.—3550 yarded, com prising J550 (ram New Smith Wales, 5)00 from the North-east, 350 from Uippslntid, 2-tiO from tlio North, 270 from the West ami 200 from South Gippshtnd. There was a good de mand for luitli local and export re quirements, andj prices ruled firm. Prima pens of bullooks, £10/10/ to ■£ 12 ; extra, to iH ; good, £9/10/ to . £10/5/; grmd light and handy, £8 to £9; seconds and inferior, from to £7/15/. Pat Cav,-a. — Prime pens cows, £7/15./ to £8/15/ ; odd beasts, to £11 15/; good, £6 to £7/5/; others, from £4/1 "A Pat Cat.ves.—580 penned. Prices for small calves easier; others u,n thanged. Fat Sheep.—27,000, were yardod. Spirited competition throughuut, boXh for& export a,nd locnl tvudo requico ' meuts. Prioe^valed about \j per head in advance of ...

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Science Has to be Paid For. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

Science Has to be Paid For. The landlady noticed with disma: that her new ledger's fire consume-' more coal than she had been accus tomed to provide for it. She men I tionod it. "Oh. yes!" explained the ingenuoir voung man. "Yon -see. I always plnr-i the lumps of coal upon the fire j such a way that the grain of the coa! I is perpendicular, that is. running up and down, yoti understand. It makes a much better fire Nothing like a little science, you know." Unimpressed, the female who con tracted for the supply of daily neces sarles replied in a hard voice: "I al lus charges sixpence extra to scien tific gents." "I am glad, my dear," mildly ob served the m.uch-enduring man as he glanced on the underdone steak and the half-boiled potatoes, "that I now know our cook's views on the tariff." "Why, dear, she doesn't know or care anything about the tariff," said the astonished wife. 1 "Doesn't she?" returned the hus band. "She shows a decided ten dency for putting raw materials on tho sched...

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