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LORD ROSEBERY [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

LORD ROSEBERY Dr. Brandes, tlie great Danish critic, now In England gives high praise to Lord Rosebery as an orator in an ar ticle in "T.P.'s Weekly." "Lord Rosebery," he says, "has a never failing dignity; instead of incis iveness and mordancy the charm of quiet eloquence and the delicate, re strained fancy that elicits now a smile, now laughter. As a man and as a speaker he is elegance personified. And such is his mastery that, when he says anything' witty or amusing, his face preserves the most imperturbable gra vity. Only when the answering ap plause reaches him does that face break into-a smile tliat positively enchants one by its coquettish roguishness. "For Rosebery is thoroughly coquet tish as a speaker; again and again he charmed one with gentle coquetry. Ho spoke, for instance, of the destructive power of old ago which thinned the hair—he passed his hand over his head, which was well covered—and reduced the teeth—he pointed to his mouth, which was in good order—but althoug...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIVINGS FOR THEIR SPOUSES [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

LIVINGS FOR THEIR SPOUSES Tho part played by the wives of the clergy in tho benellces trallic is very remarkable—no class, indeed, figures moro conspicuously (says "The Scot tish Chronicle.") To say that some of these ladies are tho active partners of their husbands is rather to under state tho case. They buy benefices, present their spouses thereto, and then, after the necessary 12 months have elapsed, dispose of the advowsons for welcome cash with an easy grace which is all their own.

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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ADVERTISING PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 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, 1 tlionglit you said no one noticed it while it was in." Business Man (humbly)—"They didn't seem tq until I took it out." The mere tact 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 adr mission to the world at large.—Extract from an interview with a man who has. 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."

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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BRITISH PEARLS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

U1UTISII PEARLS In early times Britain played its part in the production of pearls, and Taci tus refers to British pearls, but calls them dull-colored and dirty brown. Origen, on tho contrary, declared that the pearls that came from Britain held the second rank of value. It was not, however, until about the twelfth cen tury that pearls were used in England, when they became conspicuous in Church ornamentation. Henry VIII. obtained some costly pearls from-the monasteries which ho plundered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

ItlED'S B00I&Clothing Emporium j TA LLAiS G ATTA. NEW GOODS ARRIVED. Lowest I'rSccs. Vitliie f'iisui|insscil.. WKN'S mnl HOYS' CLOTIIIMG i*> all llu! Xowest Stylos. I1ATS.— liniiters, Punnmns, «ud ira- i ported liorsiilino nnd Colonial Full Hula, in all Clio Liitost ShnpoH. ! WEN'S tweed'suits, to moasmo, j !15/; fit, stylo nml tinisli guutiinloed. {lundroils of pultorns to choose from. BOOTS >>»<< SHOES], . T-oilips', Qonts' nml Children'? Hoots ami Shoes—uoi>liy Slinpos nml Stylus. ( Wo Sloek tbo famous Marshall lino | Foot-wkau in all lbo latest. sluvpos. | Ilngli Tliotnson'a Men's Wiillnmlmttn j | Welted tiool, host quality, 1'2/G, job liuo. ' | Eumous Nu}!j;ot kip Wutur-tij-lit, bust) j qnulily, 12/6, S[)ri{rgu(l or nailed. Hundreds of other linos liy oil tho : leading makers to choose from. BIEJP'S EMPORIUM | TALLANGATTA. TALLANGATTA | PRODUCE STORE, Wholesale anil ICclnil, chaff, OATS, WHEAT, P.ARLliY, 1(1" 12, MAIZE, FLOUR, BRAN, POL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

O INVBNTOR1 PATENT S Obtained la Commonwealth and EI*» where (or Improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of an? description. EMU Information, Costs, etc., lent oi application to rA. O. SACHSE. C.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUthDINGS, Corner Collin* and William 8t*., MELBOURNE.

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INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

INCOME TftX. Tlw> in 'nmo tax ooinmissinnor, prior to making llio annual cull on Ilia pockets of Iho eommnnily, announces lhat roturns of income must ho furnished l>y 2"«1 February. in cases where income consists »1 y of snlnrv. nnri in othnr cnsnQ whnro business complexions nro involve! in tlio preparation of the returns the final rliifo im 2ml Muvch. Every person who is in receipt of 12/G por day or n ore in co - linnous employment must muke n return, and every person in receipt; of £'201 p«»r year or ovor is HaMo for taxation. Forms are nbtainablo from all post-oHioae*

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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ACCOMPLISHED COCKATOO [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

ACCOMPLISHED COCKATOO Miss Nesta Lapham, 11, writes to the "Express" from Thorngrove Lodge. Gillinghara, Dorset—"We own a very clever cockatoo called Jacko. _ Besides • chopping wood, drawing nails, nipping wire, etc., he will sing a song with rrly father, after which he laughs, Uko a human being. He will make a stump speech, danec to any tune played or whistled, and 're verses' on being told. Perhaps no thinks-it's the tango. Ho can cousb very well, and coughs a great deal, and is great chums with our cat, who , sits in his cage. I ii m !■ m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

Fop, Backa.gues and Kidney Thoublks.— Dr. Sheldon** Gin PiIIh are tbo gr^nt cor rective for Backnche «v.d Sidney ills, and, hi malting the kidneys well, yon anon yourself of all such sympto.mg us backache, headache, (iiid other distressing ailments, which both men and women tiro subject to. Dr. Sheldon'* Gin Pills are sold everywhere in gln.'S container* at 1/G. mkJ 2/0. Ob tainable everywhere. E. SHANNON, Wine and Spirit Merchant THE BIG STORE, TALLANGATTA, Rutherglen, Yaelumlandah* .South Aus tralian, Great Western, Wines, from 1/ per bottle. Ballnr.it. Carlson, Tasmauisin, English, Bnrd* r United Ales, 7,0 per dozen, case Ints. Mitchell1;), UVherVs ReggVs, Walker's, Glasgow, Burke's, Glen Vatlueh WhiM<ey, -1/0 botth\ Lemonade, Ginger AU\ Soda Water, tit Factory Prices. UPPER MURRAY & MITTA HERALD IMPORTANT NOTICE. To Advertisers. 4'ori c*|>:m<Icnt < Clients Cieiiei'ally. OWING to the many restrictions imposed upon nshy th<>...

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COMMERCIAL. Melbourne Wool Sales. AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE COMPANY, Limited, report:— [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

COMMERCIAL, Melbourne Wool Sales. Australian Estates and Moutoaob Company, Liniiloil, lopmt: — At our usual snIo on 28th ult., in addition to a useful display of greasy wools, wo offered a good selection of scoiirals from Queensland and New South Wnles, both of which were keenly competed for and disposed of nt the higher level of prices estab lished at our salo lust week. Highest prico of til a sale for scoureds was 2;Ud., which was pnid for tho super coin. II. of tlie LLAXitHEipoL brand (\V. Dalrymple, Wintoii, Q.) and for tho aaa coin. W. of the TAMVfouTii clip (II. Collier, Tlughoiiden, Q, ) The bullies of this latter brand sold to 2itid., and locks to 17M. Another scoured Queensland clip to sell well was l-EicmiAnnT (H. Collier, Mntta burra, Q ) for which 22|d. was paid for fleece, 20d. for second pieces, and I8;jd. for bellies. For greasy {leeco the highest prico obtained was 13-id. for tho aaa comeback of the kifle po\VNs' clip. Gi[>psland was well represented by a number o...

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A Question of A[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

A Q_'i.iticn cf AfsS. Ad tn-pa'.iont of a wss bs ! Ing fed on a riatiy olt t of and I sherry. He was uuufc-.i hon- "r.»j liksd it. "It would be til !' :ho esg wore ns n;'w aa iru ana tj:9 sherry as oiu us the erj!" lie replied. Alice: May, do you tvfr thluk about merriags? May: Think la no name for It; 1 vorrv.

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CHEMiCAL COMPOSITION OF RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

CHEMiCAL COMPOSITION OF Rr.lN. Some time ngo the following Inter esting calculation was wade snowing how a heavy rainfall clears th-i air. The following «'2rs the results ob tained with raindrops caught in the City ot London on one day of heavy rain:—^ Amnioniuin sulphate 0.C52 Organic ainmon;/\ .. .. .. 0.011 Soot and suspended matters 5.000 The amount of ammonia in the form of sulphate is remarkable, and, of course, its chiof origin is the combus tion of coal. The nitrites with traces of ammonia are due to electrical dis charge in the atmosphere. These re sults, when worked out with the total rainfall, give some remarkable figures Taking the rainfall as 3.8 In five days, we arrive at the calculation based on each inch representing 22,022 gallon! of water falling upon one acre, and the London County acreage as 7-1,S3!), thai no less than G,4K7,229,S(!0 gallons C. water were poured over this arc;: And according to the above results of the analysis of the rain-water, th: enorr.ious v...

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THE HOUSE FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

THE HOUSE FLY. The common house-fly has a par ticular mission to fulfil which is that ot scavenger. When the fly is hover ing apparently aimlessly around a room it is searching for. and devour ing. more or less harmful bacilli (the ubiquitous microbe, in other words), which, as is well known, is always to be found floating In the air, on invisi ble particles of dust in a warm, im pure atmosphere. When a large num ber of flies arc seen at one time in an apartment, it should be read as one of Nature's danger signals, and the ven tilation should be improved at once. Certainly the fly avoids fresh ail and low temperature, because there is usually no worlc for him to do under those conditions. When the fly settles upon one's skin, say'where the "thatch ia thin," his ob ject is not to annoy one as much as possible (if his feet tickle, that is not his fault), but to remove some more or less harmful matter. If the said spot and. of course, the whole of one's skin, is sufficiently frequently...

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THE BEEKEEPER. Mr. R. Beuhne, president of the Vic [?]rian Apiarists' Association, gives the following information:— [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

THE BEEKEEPER, Mr. R. Beuhne, president of the Vic wrian Apiarists' Association, gives tlif following information:—r The average life of a queen la twc year3, anil that of worker Viees only thirty-five days. Therefore, 11 the rate oi reproduction is not equal to the death-rate .the chance of a surplus ol honey, upon which the apiarist de pentls for Ills living, disappears en tirely. When birth-rate and death rate are equal, then the colony will continue to exist; that, however, is Insufficient, for bees are not kept for amnsen' it like canaries, but for proBt. This is obtainable only when the rate of reproduction during the time preceding the honey flow is great ly in excess of the death-rate, so that a vast surplus over and above what is required by the bees themselves may be gathered while there are blossoms from which to collect. The ability of the apiarist to prac tise selection in breeding, apd to re place queens as soon as they arc past their prime, constitutes the chief ad va...

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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER VI. The Pretender. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

The: Great Montamor , \ Base. By ALIgE M. DIEHL, .Viitliorciss of "Tbo Knave of- Hearts." ; CHAPTER VI. The Pretender. The entrance to Riverviow, as tho villa was called, was in a lane. It was ■well that there w vs a wide car riage-drive- arid a large- stable-yard, for-the place was w£ll. stocked with motor-cars when Miss Halldari? had slowly driven in. Arrangements had been made at the inns for the "put ing up" of the horse vehicles. There . was a festive air about the trees'and shrubs and house front, electric .- lights having been festooned about, producing the effect of a shower of . fireflies; and as Gwendolen ascended the. steps, under an awning, she stop ped short to admire the'interior. The • -• hall, ordinarily of a lclnd which would pass muster as a decently-arranged entrance and escape comment, was transformed into a bower of pale green silky draperies, festooned with roses. Maids in white and rose color smilingly conducted the ladies to the dining-room, changed into a bo...

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DAIRYING. BUYING A COW. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

U A i H Y I ft G. BUYINT5 A COW. V.Tien yon go out lo buy a con what do you lna'c for? lu othet words, what kind of a cow meets voui luea of a profitable one to purchase". Almost every farmer has the pleasing Impression pal. his cows are beitet than Uw neighbor's, ami r<l r.-.auei lio'.v honest evc-ry man may he. whet |he cows are bought, you are the qui who liar, to prove whether or not thej jire profitable. Some say the iargei (he cow the more prplilablc, but the merit is in the co\v, and not in tht size. The faculty to tell a good or H poor cow by examination comes from Close observation of type, and results that are apt to come from Elicit a type (f one studies his best cows he will oh ^ervo that they have certain similar characteristics, no matter of what breed or size the cow may he. The best practical judges do not like the smooth-looking cow, yet slid is always the easiest to sell. Slie car ries a good-looldng udder, is good sized, and would :make fair beef, but s...

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CHAPTER VII. Face to Face. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

. CHAPTER vn. Face to Face. Gwendolen stood staring for a few moments at the strange, big bearded man, who was contemplating her with evident amusement. He—Robert" At first' almost paralysed with' the shock, she awakened to a stinging cense of mingled anger and resentment, won dering how Ronald, whose position he was usurping, and Lady Mcntamor, who was her lost. Robert's mother, dared to. assert that he-and her vanish ed lover—dead to everyone -for over" fifteen years past—were one' and the same. "You—my coustn Robert? How dare you say so!"'she gasped. She felt she was speaking and behaving weakly* which added to her exaspeca^, tion. Ronald ought to have ioW her1: this was Charles Daunce at once! He had (behaved like a conspirator I, He gave an awkward littio laugh and his bronzed cheeks . reddened slightly. "I dare say so, because . I am," he emphatically replied. • "I am very sorry that you aro disappointed in my development from theiboy I was when I saw you last into—^\vell, thi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 February 1914

OSMOTHERLY'S -CASH Summer Sale DRAPERY, BOOTS ..Fancy Goods. FOR THREE WEEKS ONLY Commencing Suil Febriiarj'. Stuck must be Reducud by 2o per cent. We quote a few of the many Bargains: White Sheeting, usual price, 1/3, ■ 1/0, 1/10; sule price, . 1/1, 1/4, 1/7. White Calico, sale price, 5/6, 7/, 8/ dozen. White Ton-els, lOd. U.B. Towels, lOd. U.B. Table Damask, usunl price, 1/6, 2/; sale prioo, 1/3J, 1/9. S.S.S. Galatea, iod. yard. Dark Prints,-5/3 dozen. . Hoyle's Prints, 6/6 dozen. ALL DKESS GOODS MUST BE CLEARED.' Women's Cotton Hose, plain and ribhed, usualpvice, 1 /; sale •prieo, lOd. WM. OSM0THERLY, Main Street, Tallangatta. CASH CLEARING SALE AT MISS TURNER'S, itloiirtuy, 2n<l Fobrnary. A/flLLINERY. DRESS MATERIALS ;t I mid BLOUSES, below cost price. FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY. The Event of the Year Summer Sale! WILL COMMENCE SATURDAY NEXT 7tli or February. ASTOUNDING BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Everything Reduced! See- Window Display. SHANHOi & CO. The Big Store, ...

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