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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOrJNG; A rifle match was fired on tho Eskd&le range boi ween tho, E*.kd»iio and, Mitta teams, ,and;ro3ultod in u win -for Eskdale by, ,41 ^points. '• Tho 'jqnnditioiis of "the ulatclr woro .7 allots fiaeli at '200 aiid 500 yards ranges, 10 thou a-sido, bosk 7. only to count. P. Smith, of ^[itta, and C. Peters, of Enkdalo, each got the possible at (ho 200 yards run£&lt;3. Appended aro tho.scores : — • ESKDALE. • 200yils. SOOytls. Tl: L. D. Tliotims 34 .. ■ '32 ■ CO 0, l'of.Ot'8 ■ 35 .. 31 .. GG C.Ellis 3'2 .. 31 .. ,03 A. D. Buck . 23 .. 33v .. GI G.Ellis ;ii .. 25 59 t. Ellin :: 31 ;' 28 V. " 5!) Win. KdIihc .. • 28 ' ., . 30 68 Tutu Is .. 222 : .. 210, .. 432 • ' 'mixta MITTA. P. Smith .i ;. 3d ., . 30 .. 05 C. Brown , 31 . . ' 29 .. GO G.'Mwiui ieiT .. 29 , .. . 26 ... , 55 R. (Jourtimy .. 26 ... . 27. .. 55 J. Swiislirick .. 25 , 27 52 —. Whiting .. , 32 ., . 20 .. .52 A.'Lord' ' , 34 . ' 18 ' .. 52 Totals
"THE GRAVE OF THE SOUL" [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
"THE GRAVE OF THE SOTO" According to the Cairo correspondent of the 'Manchester Guardian," Cairo seems to be in a bad way: Burglaries, robberies with violence, and thefts .are the order of the day. Side by side with the military regime there is a laxity of morals which is allowed to go on quite unchecked. The number of cafes in Cairo is remarkable, and fresh ones are being constantly opened. In Bomo streets leading off the principal street there are nothing but cafes. At some of the music-hails and theatres pieces of the grossest Immorality are given. "Cairo is the grave of the soul." said Bishop Blyth, and the opinion of the correspondent is that he was not far wrong.
RABBIT DESTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
RABBIT DESTRUCTION. Mr. J. W. Thompson, of Broadford, writos to a Melbourne daily paper as follows : — Sir, —It has surprised mo (lint tlio vermin inspectors advocate poison and trapping, but not ..what is obviously tho most thorough method — smoking the burrows —thu rouson being that you cannot make rabbits pick up poison or go into triips; but you can make them take the poison underground. 'An- inspector called recently, and I told him that I was " smoking," to which he replied., that it was no good? I told him that I could show him a number of dead burrows, and, if he would come again a fow woeks later, I would be ablo to show hiiti 120 acres with the burrows in that stato. Ho replied tliiit this moth'od was wrong. "No burrows,no rabbits," did not seem to appeal to him sufficiently to go and inspect them, but ho said that it was dangerous. The smoke (produced from liquid ,and buried in the oarth) might cause firo, and for that rouson X must not use it. lie told me what numbers he...
Prentice-st.. East St. Kilda. September 2. 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
Prentloe-»t.. East St. Kllda. September 2. 1913. 1 Wr. Brln.—T, a mother of eleven chll !rf*n. wrltp to help If possible hard-work ins: mothers who have younp children at *:endinjr school. T think you should make tcnown vour Podle Pomade for the head. Its pflfpet Is miraculous. My Kfrls attend >hp Windsor Convent School, and their hpads have bppn shown as an example *>f eood. the effect of Pedlc Pomade. Tn Justice to mothers who. unfortunately, bavp to cro out worklnc: It should be worp ennerally known. T elve you with t heart and a half permission to makp my usa you wish of this letter.— TOUM. *tc.. Ofra.) ALICE O'CALLAGHAN. Podlr Pnmnde for the head destroy* VArmln and Nits: Is sold by all Chemist* iTid Stnrp*. or posted by J. Brln. Chemist Bast Malvern. V.. 1/2. 2/3 and 3/fl: with vrit Oftmh. 6d. Axtra.
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Mass will bo co1ehratod at Tallangatta on Wednesday,'4th February, at 9 a.in. Special prayers boing ofT.-red in English churches for peace in Ireland. Tlie Archbishop of York, in an address dealing with tlio Anglioun heresy hunt question, advocates a great union of Chris tian churches. ArPOINTM ENTS FOR NkXT SUNDAY. Anglican — Bullioh, U; Tallangatta Valleyfllarvest Festival),3; Tallangatta, 7.30. —Rev. G. Nelson. Methodist.—Tallangatta, 11 and 7.30; Huoii Luno, 3,—Mr. Wills. Presbyterian.—Mitt a Mil ta, II ; Lit.tle Snowy, 3; Ttvllaadootit7.30,— Roy. Curoy.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
ADVERTISING PAYS. Business Man—"You remember that 'ad." I had in your paper, and took; out two months ago? Well. I want to, have it put back again." Editor— ".Why, I thought you said; no one noticed it while it was in." Business; Mau (humbly)—"They didn't seem, to until I took it out." The mere fact of your advertising lets people know yon 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 1 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 has; 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."
PRESENTATION AT THE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
PRESENTATION AT THE VALLEY. Tlio inonihurs()f tlioTallungatta Ynlloy liull committee entortaiiiod' their secro tnry, Mr. J no. Campbell,' on Saturday evening/ I7ili iilsl.. and presented him with a smoker's onifit as n mark of their appreciation ' of' tliat gentleman's long mul valued services to tlio institution. Cr. Si-oljio Wiis present by invitation^ also llio hull caiotiker, Mi'. (Jims Hind.. Mr. Camp bull tiok over llio secretarial &lt;1 utio.fi onr llio death" of the ' late.. Mi*. 'Joseph. Nicliol. Since then, in additions (o t\io original structuro uiid alitor, improve munis, together with tlio purchase of a piano and tho bind on which tlio building stands, tlio committee liuvo iiiriirrod lin expenditure of up wuds of £200. '' III.-proposing tlio health of - "Our Guest," tlio chairman of tlio hall com imctee, Mr. M. Mullins, obsorved that the sound financial position in which - they sto.iil' in respect to llioir public ltall was duo in no small decree to thponorgy ai...
THE BUSH NURSE AS SCHOOL NURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
THE BUSH NURSE AS SCHOOL NURSE. .Edith M. Greor, Superintendent and Relieving Nurse, of tho Victorian Hush Nursing Association, writes in "Una," the Journal of U.V.T.N. Association: — Tiio bush nurse in, by virtue of her i)alius as: school nurse, a part liine educa tion officer.. . Hor woilc in thin depait mont uiuy be roughly classod under throo heads : — I. Examination of children for dofects. . 2. As a ti'ituhoi' of bygienn. . 3. As tuachi'r of first aid in emergency. . Under the first heading come examina tions of children .fur dofects in teeth, sight, hearing, , nose .and throat, .and general nutrition. ...Tfie -.result of these exam inations is noted ow the schedule, which is .sent, to . tho Education Department, also .the parents are-notified, and adyico given re .obtaining medical. treatment; and on .general health. Thus itiwill bo seen what an important factor 'in .the health of the community such work is. Under thosecond heading comes teaching on personal ohiunliness, care...
CO-OPERATION IN BACAN CURING. PROGRESS AT BRAYBROOK FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
CO-OPERA1 ION IN BACON CURING. PUOORESS AT BRAYBROOK FACTOllY'. ' Tlio Lender's agricultural roporter writes :—Oiiiing operations are now in full swing ut tlio largo bacon. factory erected by tlio Wostorn nnil Murray Co operation at Bray brook. Pigs, nro. coin ing in fraoly, and thero is a good demand for tlio iniinufautiircd urticlo. Tlio typo of bacon turned out finds favor with local distributors, and tlio market for it is steadily widening. A spocial fouturo is boing inado of small goods, and such succors lias uttonded this branch of Lho factory operations that .it has already been found noeostmry to increase . the room devoted to tlio work. Tho articles manufactured in this department otu braco a wido range, and include goods that have not previously boon seen 011 the l«cal market. Ill order to Uk'u uikantago of the openings that prevail in Western Australia, tho services of u special representative familiar with tho bacon trade of that Statu liavo been secured. A shipment of p...
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS [FROM OUR EXCHANGE]. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
Miscellaneous items. [fKOU Ol'R KXCIIANUKbI. A painful acci-Ient happened to Mr. John Thniups.iii, contractor, nliout seven miles from Went worth. It .siviiuh tho bullocks lie waH di'lviiiL.' ware yoked up in a team, ond stopped for a few minutes, when a ditis' Imrked at the toadm', a yotiii}* beast. Mr. Thompson went tix its lieaij to quietou >1, and the ilo&lt;; run between the beast's lo^s, mid, instead of charging the do};, it attacked Mr. Thompson ami ripped up his stomach. He at onco jumped' into his Bulky, and drove to. Wentworth. Ruiui?straight to Dr. Fargie,. where ten Btit.ehes had to l>e put in. During the ni-jIit hemorrhage was very had, anil the doctor slapped with th& patient for hours. A mail named Head, who- was torn porarily employed "S a wardor iu the liiiechworth Hospital for Insane about 27 years aijo, was, Baling hi.-) luncli mi a coal wharf whorn lie wax .vunlovw] wheu a mate read on a scrap nf Herald wrapp ed round a biflyean that Fload w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
No Resident of tiio District CAN AFF.ORD to do without his District •Newspaper. It is tho only means by which the people of the district can keep in touch with the affairs in which they are personally interested. The City dailies and weeklies are all ivory well for those'who wish; to keep posted upon affairs of State and of tho world.' But does Jiot-a. comparatively: trifling event in our own neighbourhood look much larger in'our eyes than tho.ijowiifall of'a nation on the other side of- tho world? . The local newspaper that gives all tiio news of its -own Town and District—all the'dbings of its people and the happenings is thercloro .the Ne(vspa,J>er that holds first place in the regard of all who take a healthy interest in'their surroundings. ■ , In addition to tho personal claim the district Newspaper possesses, it gives very real advantages f-o'ni .a. busilieSs. standpoint. AVhethor in business in. the town or on the land, i;t- is of the utmost importance to ila,vc a knowledg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
Mathieson and Davis, STOCK and STATION" AGENTS, SHEEP and CATTLE SALESMEN, SI. James Buildings, William-street' . MELBOURNE. . Sell atl Slock Consigned to them at NEWMARKET : By "Public Auction. TaJSangatta Shoeing1 Forge. | James Grant Beg3 to inform hU uaurrou* friends and patrons ami Lhf public grnrnilly of Talian^atta . district that he 1ms UM;MO\rlCD to mora central pivinises ii'ur th«> main railway ^uto. In returni.ifr TliANK.S for r.Iio very liberal patronage accorded him during his business career in Tallun^atta—over a quarter of a century—h« boga v -state that every caro will be iaken, by strict attention to business and good workmanship. to merit a continuanco of the pub.ic c'juildciioc. i —Horses Carcfut'y Shod.— ' |' Work in all b:ar.ch's of the trade faithfully ' do:w». TaJlangratta Butchery. Robt. Stevenson, WHOLESHLE J1ND FHiHILY BUTCHER, Main Street, Tallangatta. Beef & Mutton op Pki*jest Quality. Families Waited On for Oilers. S®" S.MAI,L GOODS A SPKCLVT/...
IMPORTANT TO APPLICANTS FOR. MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
IMPORTANT TO APPLICANTS FOR. MINING LEASES. Applicants; for leases within the dia trict covered by "The Upper Murray and ; Milta Heraldare invited to peruse the following facts:— ' The New Mining Regulations require that, when a lease is marked out, the applicant "shall insert in a newspaper published in the district where the .l.nnd is situated, or, if no such newspaper, then in the one- published nearest the district, an advertisement or notice in. the form marked A in the schedule pre scribed." Ten days are allowed, after marking out the lease, in which to lodge the application with the AVarden or his clerk, and forward a duplicate to the Minister of Mines. The .word "district" in the regulations has been defined by the Crown Solicitor* to be read as locality, and not as mining district, and the lease should therefore be advertised in the paper nearest the land for which application is to be made. As ten days are given in which to complete the application,, no valid excuse can no...
The Herald. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914. One of the moat hopeful signs iu our civilization to-day is the evolution of ideals ; nnd of those the chief is that of self-exprossion, the formation of character, tho"uultureof personality." For it is the character that counts^ and survives; and it embraces tho I culture and control of the intellect, tho will and the emotions that go to i make up the human personality. Au iileul Democracy, if 'such a thing be possible, must first nud lost be the reflux of the citizens composing it; it is they who wholly .-simps its destiny and diroct its course; and who, by tho various devices of Government and administration, reduce its ideals to actuality. So that, in tho last on ; alysis, Democracy pivots upon the diameter of its component citizens. That is tho mutivo of universal edu cation, nud of the broader conoept of culture; and we arrive n't the opinion that lie is the best and wisest citizen whose omotions are under the com plete control of his will, while bo...
THE MAN WHO DOESN'T ADVERTISE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
THE MAN WHO DOESN'T ADVER TISE. Breathes there 'a man with soul so dead, Who to himself hath never said, "My trade of late is getting bad, I'll try another ten-inch ad." If such there be, go mark him well, For him no bank 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-hunters by the score Shall pass nor heed his dingy door; For, though his sign is on the wall, And on some barn-yard 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 lot liim live, in calm repose— • Unsought except by men- lie 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...
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
LAW RELATING TO NEWS-. PAPERS. / 1.—Subscribers who do not give ox 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 continue to send them until Arrears are paid. 3.—If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are Responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discon j tinned. 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 liavo decided that "re fusing to ' take periodicals . from the post'office, or leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional Fraud." G,—If subscribers 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 ...
ACCIDENTS & EMERGENCIES. WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 29 January 1914
ACCIDENTS & EMERGENCIES. WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. % Tiie following useful hints—the adop tion of which in country places may be the means of saving human life—have been issued by authority of the Aus tralian Health Society: — There should be in every home a place Known to every member of the household (but put of the way of the children) where are lcept ready lor im mediate use the following articles, Which C(in be obtained from a chemist:—A pair of'scissors, three or four large needles (threaded), a few prepared bandages, some lint,.adhesive plaster, oil silk, cotton wool for padding, olive oil, and a 'bottle of Boraeic or Carbolic acUl ' .r.xlution. I You are recommended, also, to obtain, if possible, practical instruction from a St. John Ambulance Association class. Every family should have at least one certificated member of the Associa tion.] BRUISES AMD SPRAINS. If a bruise can be treated at once, apply cold water, and keep the part at perfect rest; otherwise,...