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BRIEF NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

BRIEF NOTES AND COMmENTS. Eakdale Race CMub meets, next Saturday. Towong Shire Council meets next Honday. At Darwin, N.T., last week, 10 inches of rain foil in -IS hours. Pi^ure.s of Insolvency Court fur 1913 aro the highest allies 190fl, Attqptijin is directed to business announce ment of Mis* Harvey, dress-maker.. . N.S.YY. Department «f Agriculture has ' imported five donkeys for mule breeding. Nearly 10.0U0 mothers claimed the materuity bonus lust month. Wodnnga Boxing Day races made a nrofit J of about £170. * Cr. A. H. Smith, of Ox ley Shire, re elected representative member on Public Health Board for North-eastern Shires. Meeting ut Mi! la Mitla on Saturday next, to discuss proposed formation of a Bush Nursing Association. Seo ad. Experiments being made in England with steel trains, which, it is hoped, will be fire ;proof, and minimize dang«r of accidents. Tho world's smallest man, Juhii White, died on Boxing Day iu England. Ho was only '21 inches tall. Junee Labor League has...

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

"Whooping Cough.—"My liitlu boy hud whuopiug ouugh very badly," says Mrs. A. Hcndorson, The Peoples Store, 47 Elgiu Road, RIormu«rt<m, N.tf. 4<X tried several cough medicines without any of thein doing him any good. Then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and he jjot immediate re lief, Since then I have always kept a hottlo of this wonderful modicitio by me and re commend it to everyone.11—Sold every whore The Brady Slur B.S.A. Cyclo wins again at Kskdulu Spoils on November 8. G. [larding on his Star won the mile handicap. Brady Star and Planet Cycles are sold on easy terms at lowest piico9. Now stock of sundries just opened. Cycles for hire. Repairs, Motor Spirit, <&o.— F. Tullttttgnttfu RIED'S Boot&Clothing Emporium TALLANGATTA. NEW GOODS ARRIVED. lowest Prices. Value C/usurpusKcil. MEN'S hi,.I HOYS' CLOTHING in all tli(« Nuwost Stylo9. HA1S.—Iiouters, Panamas, and im ported lJorsalino and Colonial Felt Huts, in alt the Latost Shap...

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

tallangatta sub-treasury. The Receiver and Paymaster supplies the following list for public iufwiuaUou: ACCOUNTS FAYABLX. Henry Wulkort Frodk. W. Murruy, -El P. Dunn, AmlrpW Ftftrtor,. Geor#© Peuwe, Trusteos Corrydng Atheueum,. John O. H.. Schneider, P. D. Greouhara, Arnold Pluylo. Thomas Richardson (3). LBASKS FOR DKLIVEBY. J.H. E- Keadolt,. E, Jeffcott, jun.. G.. 0. Smith, Gr.. It»rd> H( G. Cheshire', M. Sjrmiugtouv . . - . • Tlve Towoiig SUiro Council reoently de cided ta invito the Cliief Inspector ta ad" dress them ut their next meeting on the administration of the -Dairy Aot by the De partment. A definite answer bus not yet bei>n receivod, but it is presumed that mi officer from the Department will attend fur the purpose on Mouday next. We are in formed that, if nny of the dairymen uf the district desire to bear tho official statement of the method* of the Department in ad* raitiiMleviua the Act, they can attend oil Monday nitfli'. The address will probably take place af...

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DON'T "ROOK" THE PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

DON'T "ROOK" THE PRINTER. An advertisement is a paper man's marketable commodity, and it is quite as much so as a side of bacon, a pound of butter, or a ton of flour. No man can afford to give away the things he sells for a livelihood, and the man who. does so in order to get business isr generally in a bad way. Don't try to put the paper man "in a bad way." But exercise a little human nature. Support him; he needs encouragement and support; but (lo it in the legitimate way. If the printer gets a few pounds' worth of printing orders from you, he is not in a position to give you a pound's worth of advertising for nothing. And. you have had value for the printing, already. Go into a grocer's or draper's for £3 worth of goods, and the grocer's man or draper will not throw in gratis £1 worth of something else that yon may ask for. Try him, if you don't believe us.

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YOU CAN AFFORD IT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

YOU CAN AFFORD IT. Very few are too poor now-a-days to take their country paper, anil it is false'. economy to try and get along without! •it , Har'^u ° Wflol* H100Q0 mUhnn^tliat'gi o£her tYiUc »ill"Ue~'ffr-linaTTdlar LtV r7 - to the subscriber, who by the end "of the year has probably made or saved or won twenty times the subscription paid for it. The city papers don't taks the place of the country ones, though some people appear to think they do The city papers are all right in their way, but they do not give you that in which you are most interested—your country news. You cannot le»rz? ~ them when and where your country meetings are to he held—who are dying or who are marrying—who are moving in or who are moving out—court pro ceedings—who wants to buy or sell farm or land produce—in fact, hun dreds of things of which it might be of particular importance for you to know. If you can afford to take only one paper. by all means ta!;e tho one that is pub lished in the country or distr...

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

UPPER MURRAY AND M1TTA HERALD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS".. SUBSCRIBERS can stop thel? papers only at the end of a quarter. | Orders for discontinuing "The Herald:'' i must bo in writing. No notice will be taken of instructions to discontinue the paper unless alt I moneys due for subscriptions accom* pany the order. ' JAMES .T; LAW, I' t. Proprietor

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HINTS TO FRIENDLY READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

HINTS TO FRIENDLY READERS* You want to see the local paper a. suns cessful institution. Talk about it wherever you go-. Mention it to the tradespeople ■with whom you do business. If they don't advertise ill it,, try and; induce them to do so. If you are induced to buy anything from what you have read in its adver tising columns, mention; the-tact to. the tradesman. Don't lend your paper to any person who can afford to become a subscriber, but is too mean to support local enter prise.

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

- CHAPTER XL'III. The crush in the Court the next morning would have done credit to a Drury-lane matinee. It is no exaggera tion to say that the- highest in the land fought, and not always unsuccessfully, with the lowest in the 'and; both strata were equally interested in the parties in the case. For instance, Mr. Bossy Jim was seated not far off from La-dy Constance Silvertop and Mrs. Wil loughby West, both of whose dresses he had impartially stamped upon and torn in his efforts to gaze upon his quondam playmate, Lady Pettigew, and hear.his particular pal, Mr. James Mor. clan, give evidence, should he be called upon to do so. At the outset of the resumption of this meniorable suit, young Penistone Cott rose to ask leave to withdraw from ' the case. : He thought that lie could better as-' sist both litigants to arrive ara friendly issue if he were allowed the oppor- | tunitj' to go into the witness-box and j make a statement. i , In consideration of the fact that the | jury had stop...

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

CHAPTER XLTV. Lady Pettlgew stood In the witness ' box. AH trace of tears had gone; ; one might almost say, all trace of woman, too. It was the little vixen, Polly Hemmings. who stood there, with rouged cheeks and blackened lashes. That make-up had a significance; It was a challpuge to the world. Lady ' Pottigew had fallen from her high es ! tate. As Sibfltpne had stripped all tho airs ami pretences from off the Countess. Iaint>- sank lower and low er In rpjscry am) humiliation until she touched tht, bottom. Then came re action l h'-rti was no longer any need oi „ret.-iire, 0f airs, of graces, M' jolly J!i'i:unini's cast them grimly asir.e ar.rt .T^uiiied the fighting spirit ot* lu'ln":il)gs in their place, fherctoro, was she made up to li do the ravages of the night's strng Ele, but she wa3 ostentatiously made up as a challeiiKe to all her fine frie-uis who crowded hack to Court ne.<t day. With amazement tl-py saw no crushed, drooping figure of a de fendant, hut a tru...

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

CHAPTER XLV. Mr. Penistone Cott begged to be al lowed to make a statement to the Court. He would not have been in a position to withdraw and make the statement he proposed to make had not the jury stopped the case owing to the admissions o£ Mr. Ernest Sib stone and Lieutenant Ingram. He now thought it was his duty, in the interest of both plaintiff and defend ant, to come forward as a free agent. Ho wished to depose as follows: He had been standing at the door of Lady Pettigew's dressing-room during the discussion as to whether - she should wear the pearl necklace in question or the diamond tiara; he advised the latter. Ho. heard Miss Burney's comment, which was of a jesting nature, and he saw Lady Pet tigew throw the necklace on the floor; he expostulated with her, but motives of delicacy refrained him from enter ing her dressing-room to pick it up. In obedience to Lady Pettigew's re quest that he should run over his part with her before "going on," he retired to his dressing-room,...

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

Foil 1/ACK.VCIIK3 AND IClDXEY TROUBLES.— Dr. Sheldon's (Jin Pills are the great cor rective Tor B.iek.H'lio tincl Kidney ills, and, in making the kidneys well, you soon rid 3'oursolf of (ill su«:h r-yuiptorns us backache, headache, and other digressing ailment.*, which both men mid women are subject to. Dr. SJieldon's Gin Pills are sold everywhere in containers at 1/6 and *2/0. Ob tainable every when1. NEW ZEALAND Loan & Mercantile Agency COMPANY, LIMITED, VTool Brokers, Stock and Station Agents. AUCTION SALES OP STOCK AT ALBUKY AND WODONGA ON ALTERNATE TUESDAYS. Offices : Commercial Banking Co.'s Buildings KI13WA STREET, ALBURY. John 0. Chenury, Agent. m«E above Company lmve pleasure in X announcing that they have Opened a Branch of their busiuess at Alburv, and have appointed Mr. JOHN C. CHENERY as their Representative and Auctioneer. UPPER MURRAY & MITT A HERALD IMPORTANT NOTICE. To Advertisers, Correspondents imd Clients Generally. Owing to the many restrictions ...

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BENAMBRA ELECTION. FINAL FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

BENAMBRA ELECTION. PINAL FIGURES. Following nro 1 ho final figures in con nection willi llio recent bj'-eleclinn f„r the UiMiuinbia seut in tlio Legislative Assomlily ; — Leoxik. WltlOItT. T.-iUiiDfrntta 174 . 163 Tiillanguttii Viilley , 52 . 22 Crureuvillo .. ?. ... 4 ICoeiohg 4 . 35 Bertin^umu ., 44 . 3 Tmlaldra .. 23 . 13 Tlmugla ., 5 15 Ciulgciva .. . ' 04 ] a Ciulgewti North . 10 . ' 8 CmTyoiljf 157 . 03 Nariol., 14 1 Belhnujja .. 80 . 95 Taljimna , ■ 55 13 Grmiya ., , 27 . 65 Biirrowye ., 19 . 8 "VVjihva GO . 39 Miltn Jlilla .. 01 46 8 M'Miihuu's Creek . 10 . Tullamlooii .. 30 . 31 Eskilule .. '57 . 55 Bouegilla ., . 54 . ' 17 Wodonga 1S5 . 338 8 Leneva . 2i: . Woilmiga West 35 . 0 B.irnuwartha 102 . 38 Yackamlamlah 163 85 Allan's Flat ., 53 Tiaramlnda .. . '59 . 14 K'Tirmiyah ., 44 . 11 Kiowa .. 79' . 37 ... . 56 . 20 Sandy Creek .. - 19 91 lied Bluff 30 j 18 Gnndowriug .. 28 . 17 Tawanjra 20 . 0 Moii-jita'a Briiiye 42 . 7 Bruaronu ' .. 20 . 13 WuuMijrce NorLh 11 : 12 Postal ...

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UNUSED ROADS AND FRONTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

UNUSED ROADS AND FRONTAGES. Appended in a list of licences for un used roadv and water frontages now lying ut the Tallungatta sub-Treasury. UNUSED ROADS. Mrs. K. Mihlrun I*1. E- MmiseU Clin*. Mitchell Mih. Mitchell Jus. O'ifoiUy A. J. Pursa Jhp. l\>!me»r C. T Whitehead K. N. Whitehead K. Trudj:«.-n A. T. Thomson Mr*. A. Purss Mr. HHinilt'U), Cudgewn. W. Coupon " .WATElt FliONTAGKS. Ij. Surtees « . M. Tobin John W«bh Mv«. G. Smith

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

Too Invigorating, When Chinchin returned home from Chim-hiii and Chinchin's the other day lie found his wife lying worn-out upon Viie sora. "Nothing wrong, I hope?" he ex claimed. "I'm afraid I shall have to stop that tonic the doctor prescribed for Tom my," Mrs. Chinchin faintly murmured. ••Why? Isn't he any better?" asked Chinchin. "Oh, yes; but I think the tonic must •e too invigorating. Why, he has slid iiown the banisters six times this liiomlng, broken the hall lamp, two vases, a water-jug, and a looking glass, tied a tin-can to the cat's tail, »ud scribbled his name on the draw ing-room paper. Of course, it's very gratifying; but I don't feel: I could stand much more, so I think I—J'li stop the tonic."

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AMUSING INCIDENTS. The Course of True Love. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

AMUSING INCIDENTS. The Course of True Love, A recently-divorced gentleman waa Invited 10 a friend's liouse to dinner. A.8 soon as he was seated the East's littla daughter asked abruptly: "Where's your wife?" The man in some confusion answer ed: "I don't liuow." "Don't know?" replied the enfant terrible. "Why don't you know?" Since the child persisted he thought t lie easiest way out would be lo make a clean breast of the matter. So he said: "Well, we don't live together. We think, as we can't agree, we'd better But." Hut the little torment would not stop. She exclaimed: "Can't agree! Then why don't you tight it out, as pa and uia do?"

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

DENTISTRY. Mr COLIN B. ROBIN (Lute of Col litis Street, Melbourne) Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria, Successor tu Robin if: Stokes, Practising lit Wright's Tullnngatta Hotel AT TALLANGATTA, DATES FOR NEXT MITT A, trip: Tallandoox. — Friday, 23rd Januury, at South'* P.O., from 11 a.m. till 12 noon. Eskdalb. -—Friday, 23rd January, afc Blanchiield'?* Hotel, from I p;m. till 10 p.m. Mixta Mitta.—Saturday, 2Uh January, at Laurel Hotel, all day; returning via coach road to Tallangatta on ;2oth January. SPECIAL. NEW TEAR OFFER: For one tnnn'h «niy.--Our £6/5/ Seta of Life like Teeth, @ £4/4/. Our- £4/4/ Sets of Beautiful Teeth @ £3'3/. Our £3/3 Seta of Comfortable TVeth, @ £2/2,'. Extraction free if plate in ordered. Bear in mind, this offer is open for one month only ! Don't miss thin chance, as it is genuine. Delay nivalis further expense. The above tiffvr is made to fur'her introduce our Ptr fection of Dentistry, already widely knowu around this.district. Mb. Robin visits the o...

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Sleep, Restful Sleep. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

Sleep, Restful SleeD. "Yes," murmured the man who suf fered from insomnia, "some fellow told mo that, if I drank three glasses of milk before, going to bed I should be asleep before half an hour was up." "I did as he suggested, and now for the benefit of others who may be afflicted with insomnia. I toel it to be my duty to report what happened, so far as I am able to recall the details. First, let me say my friend was right. 1 did' go to sleep very soon after my retirement. . "Then a friend with his head under bis arm came along and asked me ir I wanted to buy his feet. 1 was negotiating with bim when the dragon on which I was riding slipped out of his skin and left me flouting in mid air. "While* i was considering how 1 should get down, a bull with two heads peered over the edge of the wall and e«1I He would haul me up if I would Jirst climb up and rig t ■windlass for him. So as 1 was slid ing down the mountain side the ticket collector came in. and 1 asked him when the train would...

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In a Tram. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

In a Tram. A young man was riding In a tram, rle took tbe corner seat, and held in ais hand an umbrella, which had been given him as a birthday present. Ou the seat facing him was a lady with a precocious boy, evidently about flvo years old. The youngster regarded the young man with attention for a few moments and then his eyes wandered to the umbrella. He gazed at it in silence for a second, then he wriggled in his scat, clapped his hands, and shouted: "Oh. mamma, don't that look like papa's umbrella?" "Hush, hush, my child!" said the mother, patting the prodigy on the head. "Papa was looking for his umbrella this morning, mamma," continued the child wonder. "Yes. yes; but he found it," said the mother hurriedly, as the conversa tion was becoming of interest to the occupants o£ the seats. "Why. mamma," continued tbo youngster, "you know he didn't. You told him that be didn't know enough to keep an umbrella. Why, mamma At this stage the small boy was car ried howling from the tram.<...

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To the Point. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 8 January 1914

To the Point. "Once," said a. politician, "when 1 was younger I went up to Liverpool to make a political speecli. My wife was witli me. We arrived on a chilly, rainy, miserable winter's afternoon. It was 'cheerless at the hotel, cheer less in the city, and cheerless every where. She had a cold; I had a cold. The outlook for the meeting was not »i>od. "We went out for a walk, despite the rain. "We walked through the park, my wife reading me a lecture on the futil ity of politics. "Just as she reached her peroration we saw an automatic machine that played music, weighed you, and drop ped out a card telling your fortune. The card came out, and I handed it to her. "it read: 'Do not be discouraged. Your secoDd marriage will be happier than your first!'"

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

In Church. A few years ago an old woman from Derbyshire paid a visit to sonu friends living at a distance, who, 01 the Sunday she was staying will them, persuaded her to accompaiij liiem to church. Taking her seat in the gallery, a distance from the pul pit. -she appeared to listen very atten lively to the sermon, when she slid denly began to weep. At the close of the sermon the minister scat for her into the vestry "Now, my good woman. I saw you weeping. i\lay 1 ask what part of toy sermon so affected you?" The old woman said. "It wor none o' the sarmon that affected me, for I couldn't hear a word ta said, but :>e>i ing tlii jaws go wag. wag, wag. and tiii heard wobbling about, it made me think o' my auld billy-goat as died a Cortnit come Monday." The interview terminated abruptly.

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