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Wodonga Market. NEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

AVodon^t Market. New Zisalanii Loan &- Mi:i;ca\tii,e Agency Co , J .id . report an, excep tionally good yarding of both fat and Sljortj. cnttlo to a fair attoudanco oil Tuesday. Tlio fac cntllo generally \voro of only uiodiuin quality, and chiefly cows and heifers, but sold well. They yarded some very lino lilies, of store Imilocks, which mot good competition. 'i'hov sold — Fat bullocks, light-weights, jC7/:J/0 to £7/10/; best cows, £7/15 to £8/5/; goodj £0/5/ I.o. £0/12/0 ; light spoyed heifers," £5/2/0 to £5/17/; vealers, £2/15/ to £1/12/0; store bullocks— lYat £8/2/, 25 at £7/18/, 12; at £7/S/, 10 at £7, 38 at £0/1/; youud bullocks, £ 1/10/ to £5/1/; sloro cows, mixed a>;«s, j.iis.t out of mountains, £;i/5/ to £1/2/; well-bred steers, 2: years, to. £ 1/10/; speyed heifer.-', 2 ami .'i years, £:i/ll./ to £o/l0/; springers, £5/5/ to £5/18/. 'i'hev also sold a dia Ft of ljiQviim wethers at 17/2. They yarded and sold 350 storo cattle, 05 fut cattle and oU fat wcthois, uu.k...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

Miss A. Sheridan, Ph.C. HAS taken ovnr the Tallangatta Pharm acy from Mr. A.vsrnuph, but please cuiuiuut* to address your letters to The .IKiuia^e^ Tallangatta Pharmacy TALLANGA TT A, As tlio business will still be conducted on modern seientitiojiucs. Lanox for Inflamed Skitif^ per bottle. Ectkrino's Foiuuun, B.P. test, 3/bottle. Dyola Dyes—nil Colors (one packet for any uiutciial)^ Gil. per packet. <$5T All the other fast-selling remedies, such as VaricoHt* Ointment, Dandruff Oint ment. Horse Preparations, &c*, are still p ocurable at the .Pharmacy, R. SHANNON, Wine and Spirit Merchant THE BIG STORE, TALLANGATTA. Rutherglen, Yackandandah, fton) ft Ahs~ tialinn, Great Western Wines, from 1/ per boitle. Ballarat, Carlton, Tasmanian, English, Border United Ales, 7/0 per dozen, ease h»fc«» Mitchcll's, U>hpr\s Begg*s, Walker's, Glasgow, Burke's, Glen Varloeb "Whiskey, 4JO botlle.. Lemonade Ginger Ale» Soda Water, at FaWory Trices. UPPER MURRAY & MITTA HERAL...

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COMMERCIAL. The Melbourne Stock Markets. [BY TELEGRAPH.] MELBOURNE, Wednesday. Mathieson and Davis, stock and station agents. St. James's Buildings, William-street, Melbourne, report as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

COMMERCIAL. Tl.1.1'- MiiU'C'VUC Slock Markets. [1»V 'I'lii.KflliAl'II.] M K1.1IUUKNK, WeilllGS.lllV. un«l Duvis.slnclc anil St. Jjnnos'y liuiMin^y, Willium ctreut, MellMMtnio, import us follows: — Fat Cattle—2.S90 yarded, com prising '.>'.20 from Ni»V South Wales, 750 from the Nurth-east, -120 from Gippsland, S1S0 South Gippsland, 2(i(l fnmi (lio North, and 250 from ijllO West. Tlio demand was nctivo, and prices generally ruled 10/higher. IVime pons bullocks, fcl I/10/ to £15; \>dd beasts, to £IG/17/Ci; good, £10 to I'll ; {rood light and handy, £8 15/ to XI)'Iii/ ; seconds and inferior, from £(1/10/. Kat Cows.— Prime pons o£ cows, £8, to £0; extra, to 459/12/6; odd bracts, to £11 : good, £0/10/ to £7 10/; others, from £4. 1''at Cai.vii's.— 010. wcro pennoil. Prices very firm. Fat SiusKr.—21.000 yarded. The ni.arkot opened practically unchanged but competition i/ooatno ani'omto<l and prices, rapidly hardened to figures l.iighly satisfactory to sellers. For all grade...

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ADVERTISING PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 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, I thought you said no one noticed it while it was in." Business Man (humbly)—"They didn't seem to until I took it out." The mere fact of your advertising lets people know you are still in business; also tbat 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 ad 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."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

Dalgcly and Co. Lid... (Succugsurs to Chas. Jj. G.iilHlh and C'o.) ALuuny, A KKOt"X*?"iv(hRir A,ui:l.i»n ~t\. Hulerf for which unlijes are uuw being Reived : — Thursday, February 20 —Olearinir Sale.of 3jnvm. iuu\ Tbiiry Implement*, Funiitmo, £«., at No<«roni:on<r, a/c Mr. Uctln'iinjrfon. Friday, February 27 — Grrunyiton St irket, Friday, Fchiuury 27. — Cnin.fnrtablo w.b. C'lt-lage atul L»md bv auction sit Gernmnton aulc-yavds, a/c The Morf ira^es. Saturday, ^cbruiiry 2S.—Clearing Sale of "Roi^es, Farming Implements, &e., at GJou* falloch Farm, Liulo Billubong, u/c Sir. Thomas Taylor. Srttufday, Febrnar}* 2S_.—Qorryon^r Sale. Saturday. February 28. — Special Horse Si'ilo at Liuclcbai t, Itfjniiday, March 2. — Cbnring Sale of IJ-orscs, Plant, &e., at. Wabruo'pga lSdlata, Tootool, a.fe j\tr- II. N. Tay loi;. • Tuesday, aiunsb ;i. —Ahmy Market. AVedui-Kjliiy,; Ma rub 4.—Gala ; Estate by niiet luii at The Ruck Mule), a/c Mr. A. A. Taylor. ' * * *' .....

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A PRIZE POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

A PRIZE POEM. A syndicate of American editors offered 1,000 dols. for the best appeal to newspaper subscribers to pay-up their subscriptions. The prize was given to the Editor of the "Rocky Mountain Gelt." 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 us , Bigger patches on our pants. • On our pants, once new and glossy, i Now are stripes of different hue; All because subscribers linger, ! And won't pay us what is due. Then let us all be up and doing: Send your mite, however small; : Or. when the cold of winter strikes us, "We shall have no pants at all!

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Walwa Market. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

Walwa Market. Dal«kty and Company Ltd. report hold iiii; their monthly salq.at Wulvva yards on Thursday, 10t-l« Inst;, when they yarded 310 cuttle and 1200 tdicep, There was a fair at tendance of ljuyers, hut, owintr to. the con-, tinned dry weather and extreme heat, coin-, petitiuu wan-Uut verj'Ui-cn. Ituwovir, they succeeded. in j-ullinyr the whole of the sheep, yarded and a hi*; proportion of the cattle. Tjttlloeks, 4 years, worker.-', in fair condition, made. £0,10/; bullocks, U yearn, £5/l2/G bullocks, '6 years, 114/5/ to £5/2/; ateers, 1 \ to 2 years, £2 10/ to £3 ; yearling btcers. au-l heifers, CO/ to 30/; poddies, from 20/; fjresh-conditioned store cows, from. £3/10/; Qld cows, t'2 to £2/1 ">/; cows with calves at foot, £1 to 5/; springing heifers, t,o £5. Sheep.—Fine eomohwtk wethers, -J, (J and St., t«» l'i/d ; *1, 0 and St. merino wethers, to 11/-3; merino lamhs, late drop, in tho wool, at 0; 10 ; 2t. and It. cro.ssbrcd $wes, small fiattics, in fair condition, from 14...

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DON'T "ROOK" THE PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 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' or butter, or a ton ot flour. No man can afford' to give away the things he. soils 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. It 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 o£ advertising for nothing. And; you have had value for the printing already. Go into, a. g;ocer'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 hiin, If you don't I believe us.

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YOU CAN AFFORD IT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

YOU CAN AFFORD IT. Very few are too poor now-a-days. to. take their country paper, and it fs.falso: I economy to try unci pet along wltrJiuiifc: ' it. Hardly a week passes without there appearing in its columns something or other that will be of financial benefit to the subscriber, wllcr by the- end oi the year has probably made or saved or won twenty times the subscription paid for it. The city papers don't taKe the place of the country ones, thouglt some people appear to think they do_ The city papers are all right in thefr way, but they do not give ycrti that in which you are most interested—your country news. You cannot learn fconi 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 to take only one paper; by all means ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

UPPER MURRAY AND MITT.* HERALD NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS:. SUBSCRIBERS cart stop thai? papers only at th& end of a quarter | Orders for discontinuing, "The fremiti:* j must be in writing.. I No.notiro will l-e talten-of instructions . to- discontinue the paper unless all moneys due for subscriptions aceoitt* pany the ov<3&r.. | JAMT3? .7. LAW, | . Propm'W.

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HINTS TO FRIENDLY READERS: [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

' KfcNTS TO FRIENDLY READERS: I You-want to sec the local payer a sac-, cessful institution. Talk about it wherever you go. Mention it to the tradespeople with* whom you do.- business.. If they don't ad-vertise 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. supnorA lopal enters prise.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

IX ASSURANCE GO. LTD. estd. 1782. FIRE. ACCIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. COSSES PAID EXCEED £85,000,000. Lowe!, bu 6USH FIRES anil by LMHTMHO aru made, good by this Company. AGENTS WANTED, Victoria* 461 to 471 BOURKE ST., 52!£^ Melbourne, DALCETY * CO, LTD.. AQKNTI. "I'll give one of you boys sixpence to carry my bag Co tlie station," said a cross-eyed man, pausing before tlnee ragged little fellows. "Which one, mister?" piped the boys, in chorus. "Yoiu" said the. cross-eyed man. "Which one?" "You I" There was a pause. Finally one lit tie follow said: "Say, mister, close one eye an' look at the kid you want, will you?" Most of us expect good work from others. Perhaps the fact that when we do get it wo don't show that wo ap preciate it is one reason why we are so often disappointed. TO NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS. SECOND-HAND TYPE CASES (in Good Order),' Lower and tipper, Double and Treble. For Sale, Cheap. COUNTRY PRESS CO-OPERATIVE CO. LTD, THE EXCHANGE, MELBOURNE.

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RUMP STEAK AS TOOTH BRUSH [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

RUJIP STEAK AS TOOTH BRUSH "Healthy back teeth will stand a pressure of 2001b.," declared Mr W. H. Dalamore in a lecture at the Roval Dental Hospital recently. "The ena mel of the teeth is the hardest sub stance in the human body," he added, "and the harder the food wo eat the better our teeth will be. When I was at the London Hospital I noticed the beautiful teeth of the Russian emi p-ants. They owed them to the hard fiLd*uthfy.„eat in Russia- It is even said that if we eat hard, tough food there is no need of a brush. There was once a Cumberland farmer who cleaned his teeth only on a pound of steak."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We buy by live weight. CrateB lent, vo Commission or Cartage Charged. Chickens & Ducklings, 6d lb. Old Fowls from 2/- to 4/6 pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND St. SONS, SENNITT'S FREEZING WORKS MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

Foe Backaciies anb Kidney Tboublks.— * J)r. Sheldon** Giu Pills aye the groat cnr-. reetive fur Bitckiu-he imd Kidney ills, and, in making the kidneys well, you soon rid yourself of all furh xymptom* hh baokaeho, heudnolio, and oth>»r distreNsing ailments, whinh bnih men nnd women ure subject lo. J)r. SheldonV Gin Pills are sold everywhere to gltua wumiuerg at l/<j «ud 2/G%

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

WATSON'S mo SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. JfltlES WATSON te &m DUNDEE. • <$o fcufit owt auublomjt/rs Wt yMH, tfuUTTV fUMKt *yovd ttcu RO BUR SILVER A STAR STARCH PA * tv WHITtST AND :(• it i c. " 1 i T

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REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

reasons for rotations. At the basis of all genuiae rotations lies the Tact that plants differ from one another ; tbey differ from one an other in their demands upon the soil, both chemical and physical; they dif fer with regard to their root system, 1 depth of feeding, their moisture re quirements, their time of feedittg, ' their dates in reaching maturity, etc. Many plants Impoverish the soil; a few enrich it; some spoil Its physical condition, while others improve it in that regard. Many crops favor tht growth of weedB. while others eithei are able to hold the weeds iu check or require such cultivation and treat ment aB will prevent their growth. All theBe differences fit plants for different places in rotation, and a •well arranged rotation is one in -which the strong points of one crop follow so as to fit into the weak points oi another, or vice versa, and in this way reduce deficiencies to a minimum. A crop that requires a large amount ol one element should be followed r>y o...

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NERVES AND THE WOMAN. Living Too Hard. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

NERVeSj AND THE WOMAN. I Living Tpo Hard. This is <.ue afie 01 liaru work; wheu concentration ou whatever one hap jieqs 10 lake up is essential to sik qesg. The business Woman who wumt to get on has lo -work hard and livi jiard every hour of the day. 'l'ue pro fessiouai woman who slacks will be passed by olber competitors m tin? race tor Came and success. juife la sc lull ot manifold interests tnul even the domesticated woman, unless sU« leads Hie narrowest of lives, is occu pied all day long., f.'t i*ve all to jive and work to the Best of our ability in this twentieth century, anu H is a very tood inius that we have, because it is the lite that is full ol work and interests that is best worn, living. Uut mere is another sido to the question. Whilst many women can stand di strain and be all the better for it, <> certain number break down. The) develop "nerves," thoy show signs o. wear and tear, of over-strain and cou grant tension. They begin to fuss. 0>'...

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A NEW ENGINE OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

A NEW ENGINE OF DEATH Signnr Ulivi Una invontoil a machine by which, according to his claim, uininu iiition'(Inputs cm) bo blown up ul a dis tanco. It projects to any distanco nij's, designated as "1?" rays, ut a spood of MO, 001) motros a miiiuto, mill those liavo tlio power of emitting olautriu spurks upon nil motullio objects with which thoy coino in contact. When tho rays uro diroctod upon a battloship, oluclriu sparks flash out ovorywhoro in tlio oxtorior und in - torior of tlio vossol, and tho spurks oc curring in tho ammunition muguzinos cfluso'the explosion of tho auimiinitinn. Ilia reported that tho Italian Government lias decided to purchase tho invention., With this discovory and flying inachinos, tho lion will sooii huvo to lie down with tho lamb'whollior ho likos to or not, as war under existing conditions will bo rendered well-nigh impossible. What uso is u dreadnought when a poison miles away can verilably " strike it willi lightning" uud oxplodo all its ammuni tion ?...

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LOCAL OPTION CASE. APPLICATION FOR NEW LICENCE FOR CLOSED PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914

LOCAL OPTION CASE. APPLICATION FOR NEW LICENCE FOR CLOSED PREMISES. At tho Wnggn. Lhionaiug Court on Friday, Jainos Dotmis applied for a \ liuoneo for I lie Squatters' Anns' llolul, at Lower Tareutta. Formal oviiloneo wns given that I ho nnmbor of licences now existing in tho \V«Sj:n eleutorutti is '1(5, whilo on jnttunry 1, liHJG, there wero 49 licences in tho samo area. Continuance had boon ear riot] in tho Wa^ya olocUmito, but tho three hotels cancelled worn in tho former Wynyard electorate, iin;llulintho ono now under consideration. Argument took place as to tho position consequent on Iho rodiMtibulion of electorates, untl tho Uench uphold tho contention of applicants solicitor that, uh fur as t!io Wu^gu electorate was con cerned, thoro tiro now three licences less tha 11 at the commencement of tho Act. After hearing tho ovidenco nnd ad dresses, tho Mooch docidod that a hotel wad warranted, and diroctud that a corti iicato for a licence bo issued to tho applicant.. . ~ * Tho pol...

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