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COMMERCIAL. The Melbourne Stock Markets. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [?] and Davis, stock and station agents, St. James's Buildings, Williamstreet Melbourne, report as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

•COMMERCIAU Tim MctbouriAe Stock -Markets. [H\ 'i'KI.KGHAl-ll.] M.m.u.oUluNK, WodnosJaj-. Mulhiiwim ami Uuvis,stock ami .stutiou ^gunta, St. James's litiiliiinga, Wiltium SLtroetv Melbourne, report us. follows: — Fa;v —2790 drawn for, bat, P,«- Lng to. the tlireiitetifid. strike, tho supply was very considerably cu.t (Jown. There. \yas a fair demand. Prices ruled, practically unchanged. Prime pens bullocks, £41 to £12/5/; extra, £-13/15/; gnoil, £9,to £-10/10/; g'lod light u.iid. handy," £8/10/to £9 1(0/; seu'iyfla and inferior, from £6. Pat Cows. — Beat pons of cows, £7/10/ to £0;. odd boasts, to £11; good, £0 to £7; others, from £-3/10/. Fa* Caf-ves.— 700. wore penned;. Pi icea ruled, firm.. Fa'V Sh,rei>.—Supply- much lig.htoi: than anticipated, un<X proved within, tequirifmonts. Prices ruled dccid.ed.Iy iji adv.a.n.co of lurm.ec ,i;atos.

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

IUwPkar*aej, III iMiki li By Appoiutment to His -Excellency the Governor-General. Importer*,of Air Beds.and. Cushions, Enemas, Silk. Elastic, 8tocklngs, Bandages, Galvanic Batteries,. Abdominal Belts, Trusses, and turglcal Appliances generally. • Bend for Price £ 1st—Forwarded Post Free. ORDERS BY POST promptly attended to and deepatched on day of receipt. 280 BOURKE STREET. BRANJDH .PHARMAOT, 111 COLLIN* STREET. MELBOURNE. Hurry up! %ople want to get home to their tea. If I.'d as much time as you seem to have to daudle about,,I wouldn't stand here; I'd. go right away and get a cup of Robur tea—that's what I'd do. "Come, move along there please!" A fool once said "a policc maa's life is not a happy one" —that.fellow had some sense, any way,, for it isn't much of a life except perhaps when he's.off duty at home playing with the youngsters. "Move on!" "Move on, please!" What are you looking ^ for? .A place to buy a pound of tea to take home? Try at the next grocer's shop, and ask fo&g...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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FIGHT WITH WIND PLUCK OF PASSENGER [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

FIGHT WITH WIND j PLUCK OF PASSENGER I Probably tho most exciting journey in the history of aerial touring was the cross-Channel flight made by Mr hai rnet. "The Dally Mail" airman, who carried with him as passenger Mrs Assheton-Harbord, the balloonist 0^, the Paris correspondent of "The Daily .Mail," December 19). Mr Salmet and his passenger started from Hendon on Saturday morning al most on the inspiration of the moment and under the most favorable weather conditions. Before they had gone far on the way to Folkestone they ran into a fog, which grew denser and denser and at last compelled them to inter rupt their journey at Folkestone for the night. They started off again across Channel at 11.30 yesterday with a south wind of about twenty-five miles an hour gradually Increasing in strength. Then began a game of hide and seek in the clouds, to which more than a spice of danger was added. "I started (lying on a course laid for Boulogne at a height of 3000ft. so as to be above the clo...

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WOMEN FOR LAND WORK OF CO-OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

WOMEN FOR LAND WORK OF CO-OPERATION I Viscountess Falmouth presided at the-annual meeting of the Women's Agricultural and Horticultural Inter national Union held yesterday after noon (December 4, says "The Daily News") by permission of the Earl and Countess of Meath at S3, Lancaster gate. In the course, of an address Lady Falmouth observed that educated wo men with a knowledge of scientific ag riculture and horticulture could do apart from their own work a great deal of work in the country-side In educating their poorer neighbors. She thought also that women were splendid pioneers in the work of agricultural co-operation, which was going to be ; a great thing in the future. They would have to realise that without co operation the small holder could not make his small holding pay. Speaking on the report, the hon. secretary said they had recently re ceived a communication from an em- j ployer, who said he needed a help to look after his books when in the gar den. "She must not be very...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

UPPER MURRAY AND MITT A HERALD. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. SUBSCRIBERS can stop thelft papers only at the end of a quarter,. • Orders for discontinuing "The Herald"' must be in writing. No nolle© will to la!;: n of instructions!, to discontinue the paper unless alfc, moneys due for subscriptions accorn* pany the order. .IAMBS .T. LAW, PriyirifiiSHx ! H : J

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REMARKABLE RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

remarkable record The diamond jubilee of the Kev. Samuel Harding:, of the Portman street United Free Church Mission Hall, Glas gow, has just been celebrated (says "The Westminster Gazette.") Mr Harding', in acknowledging the gift of. a purse of sovereigns, incidentally re-' marked that he had never been laid aside for a single day with illness, had never had a doctor attend him, had never partaken of medicine of any kind, and never even had the toothache. It is melancholy to think that this, which ought to be the normal state of things, is no>\' becoming so rare that when it happens to exist, the mere casual mention of it is regarded as worthy of note. So happy a condition is certainly enviable.

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HINTS TO FRIENDLY READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

HINTS TO FRIENDLY READERS;. You -want to see the local paper a suc cessful institution. Talk about it wherever you go. Mention it to the tradespeople with, whom you do business. If they don't advertise in 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 fact to tho 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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LUNCHEON MYSTERY JUROR'S REFUSAL TO RETIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

LUNCHEON MYSTERY JUROR'S REFUSAL TO RETIRE. The adjourned inquest into the cir cumstances which caused the death of Ellen Elizabeth Blundell, a young wo man employed at Oddenino's Restaur ant, Regent St., some time a£ter she had eaten the staff luncheon there, was re sumed yesterday (reports "The Dally Mail" of December 20), but the sitting was occupied by discussion of the alleg ed independent collection of evidence by the foreman of the jury, and was then adjourned without any additional wit ness being called. .Mr Freko Palmer, for the proprietor of the restaurant,said the foreman had written to him, enclosing declarations which he appeared to have taken him self from two persons who were to ap pear as witnesses. That was a some what extraordinary proceeding of the foreman, for if a partisan line were taken in the declarations the justice of any rider expressed by the jury in the future might be affected. The foreman, if he knew of evidence which had not been called, should have c...

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NEXT SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES, [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

NEXT SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICES, Presbyterian. — Tallanpittn, 11 and; 7,-30; Xabba, 3. — Esv. David, Morris,-, of; Wiiduuga. Metlmilist. —TitUangattn, l li aJi>l 7;30';- • Yit!ley, 3; -Mr. Wills. Milt* Mitta, 1.1.' Little Simwy, 8.—Mr. Courtney. •Anglican.—Tallnngatla, 11. 3 (chiUlr service) ajid7^3,0.,^£U^Euct<'S..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

PHtENIX ASSURANCE GO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. FIRE. AOCIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. losses paid exceed £85,000,000. LDBBefa bv bush fhtts and by LIGHTNINQ aru made good by thlt Company. AGENTs WANTED, Victorian 461 to 471 BOURKE ST., 2^ Melbourne. DALCETY * CO. LTD.. AQINTt, As the time approached for the start of the footer match between the Willoughby Wasps and the Tarem Oaks, the homo captain was seen feverishly counting the spectators. There were two errand-boys, a Territorial, a chimney-sweep, u nurse-maid, and a navvy out on strike. Both teams appeared on the field, but tho number ofc spectators did not increase. At last, in despair, the homo cap tain shouted: "There won't bo any match to-day! Wo scratch!" "Wot nonsense!" said tho opposing skipper. "Sratch? Wot for?" "We'll have to!" exclaimed the other, iu agonised tones. "Wo ain't took enough gate-money-to get t' ball out o' pawn!" Willie, aged five, had been warned not to cat mince-pl-e for supper, but insisted on having a piece n...

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THE MAN WHO DOESN'T ADVERTISE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 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 hira 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 Ot 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 aslis for trade By local line or ad. displayed Cares more for rest than worldly gain, And patronage hut 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 loved ...

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IMPORTANT TO APPLICANTS FOR MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

IMPORTANT TO APPLICANTS FOR:. MINING LEASES. Applicants tor leases within the dia trict covered by "The Upper Murray and• Miita Herald," are 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 land 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 tli* application with the 1 Warden or his. clerk, and forward a duplicate to the-. Minister of Mines. \ The word "district" in-the regulations; has been defined by thcf Crown Solicitor to be read as locality, :ind not as mining district, anCi the leasej should therefore be advertised in the paper nearest the. land for which application is to ba made. As ten days iTie given in which to complete the application, no ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

TOR PRINTING c»r 11 Vl kiwis tl<mp nt . tliu Herald <-lfieo. Or/If is l»v Piwl *v * Plume' pi'otnpily tiKentleti to

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DON'T "ROOK" THE PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 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 tlie things h&. seiis for a livelihood, and the man who. does so in order to get business is,-, 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 do 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'9 worth of advertising for nothing. And you have had value for the printing ; already. Go into a grocer's or draper's j for £3 worth of goods, and the grocer's. | man or draper will not throw in grasia £1 'worth of something else that you may aslc for. Try him, if you doa't. I believe us.

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YOU CAN AFFORD IT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

YOU CAN AFFORD IT. Very few are too poor now-a-days fc» talce their country paper, and it Is false economy to try and get along without it. Hardly a week passes without there appearing in its columns something or other that will be of financial benefit '.o the subscriber, who by the end of the year has probably made or stive*! or won twenty times the subscription paid for it. The city papers dont taUe; 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 learn from, them when and where your country meetings are to be 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 (o take only one paper, by all means taUe the one that is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

OPPOSING FORCES' " Why don't they use Lux ?" A little boy said, As he tried to draw His shirt o'er his head. Whilst I grow bigger, My shirt is shrinking, And the opposing forces, I am much thinking Will end in disaster To that shrinking shirt. 1 can't shrink to suit A shirt shrunken short I must have room to grow— While my shirt says, no. The shirt must suffer, If it still acts so. But the shirt needn't shrink, And I may still grow— For Lux is made to wash Woollens, white as snow Without any shrinking, Soft as eiderdown. Lux is sold in packets, Everywhere in town. Twopence is the price, And the price is low, If Lux'll give me room, In my shirt to grow. Why do they do it ? . If they'd only think To wash wool with Liix, Woollens will not shrink. Won't Shrink Woollens. Uvcr Brothtra Limited, Byianj.

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A GREAT HISTORICAL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

A GREAT HISTORICAL WORK. By the publication ot .what lias i been happily described in the preface as "the birth certificates of a nation," the library com mittee of the Commonwealth Parlia ment has inaugurated the collected publication of the Historical Records of Australia. These "birth certifi cates" consist of a series of litho graphs of original documents connect ed. with the foundation o£ settlement and the establishment of Government and civilisation In Australia. First we ] have the oaths of office taken by Cap tain Phillip with all the quaint archaic phraseology of the period. To readers of the twentieth century ..lie sug gestions of the dynastic and sectanan struggles through which the natiou had recently passed, and v/h.ch •were still agitating men's minds, must seem strange as they are discljned in the curious special oaths of abjuration and abjurance Governor Phillip and his officers had to tako. Replicas of official documents connected with the establishment of the chur...

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ENGLAND'S WINTER FLOWERS IN THE OPEN [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

I ■ j ENGLAND'S WINTER FLOWERS IN THE OPEN Who said winter? The llattest contradiction ever of fered to the December .almanac, at any rate for 165 years, is given in the bas ket of roses sent by a reader in Ryde, Isle of Wight (says "The Daily Mail," on December 21). Horace Walpoie boasted of a blossom on his nectarine tree on December 20, 1748; but his re cords ail go by the 15oard. We can overwhelm him with bouquets, and give him also fruit for his (lowers. A Hailsham (Sussex) garden carries to-day simultaneously roses, mistletoe and apple blossom, as strangely assor ted a trio of blossoms as ever gazed at one another out of doors across an English garden. Decorations for one Christmas table, it is already arranged, are to consist of one huge bowl of real roses arid one of "Christmas roses," or hellebore, with a vase of sprays of ripe raspberries in the middle. Tho roses of the Isle of Wight lead th way. There are still over sixty sorts of flowers out in a Ryde garden. Roses are o...

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CSTRICH PLUMES IN JARS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

CSTRICH PLUMES IN JARS. "There is no place like a pawnshop for picking up useful bints," said the improvident man. "Every time my circumstances compel me to patronise one 1 glean some item of geneTal In formation that almost reconciles xb» to the necessity of being there. On my last visit I: saw a man redeeming ostrich feathers. Our uncle brought them out tightly sealed in a glass Jar. " 'What did you "can" them for? the man asked. " 'So they wouldn't spoil.* said the pawnbroker. 'A glass ajr is the safest thing on eath to keep, feathera lm. Moths and dust cannot get at them. Besides. y«u can keep an eye on them easily, and any trouble that migbt have been breeding when the feathera were brought in can be discovered, an.d nipped in the bud." "That hint I consider worth going to a pawnshop for. The way things look now nobody belonging to me will, ever have any ostrich plumes t,o take, care of. but if we ever have any i. shall know what to do with thets,"

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HOME NOTES. [?] Busy Housewives. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 February 1914

HOME NOTES, r »i* Busy Housewives Castor £ II will remove warti, OTa# obstinate ones, if it be well applied and as frequently as possible. Beetles can be exterminated from tiny room if the place they infest is, sprinkled )yith ground bora* mixeQ With common brown sugar. When the flesh is bruised it should, be bathed freely and at once with very ho water. This will prevent conges-. ti°A and the ugly discoloration. To keep the water fresh an<l sweet in vases of cut Bowers, add, to it ck. small bit .of sugar. This is successful, even in the case of such blooms as, wallflowers. Milk is very apt to bum and dam-, age the saucepan when put on. to boil.. This may be prevented by rinsing out th saucepan with cold water before, putting in, the milk. When polishing knives it is a good, plan to hold the board to the fire a, few minutes before beginning, as. knives obtain a greater brilliancy on a warm board than on a cold one. Eggs covered with boiling water and. allowed to stand for...

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