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THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Following notifications appeared in last week's Government Gazette: — [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. IAillotriug notifications nppourcil in lust" week's Government Gazette: — An area of 2 roods 6 perches luis been reserved us u sire for a State-w.hool at Towong, in addition to and adjoining site already temporarily reserved therefor. Loases revoked for non-payment of rent.— John Grioe and the'trustees, Executors and Agency Co., 319a. 2r. 12p., and 94a. U\ 23p., Duivhap. Lease voided, for non-payment of rent.— Saml. J. lt'>iiss(.»au, 91o i , Jing-elli'}. Li'ienee oxpirod.—Francis A. IIuwman, ola., Mullagong. Application for leano approved.—IV.meis Leafch M'Kenzie, 19a. 3r. 3lp., Thought. Transfers of licence* approved. — Mitdil. T»>bin, loa., Yabba, to James Tobin ; fC. P. Kosehol, 200a., Berringa, to Amy Williams. Kev. II. "E. Carey (Presbyterian), of Tal lanyr.ilta, and Rev Jas. Crichtou (Presby terian), of C'irryong, have been r^ist^red for thn celebration of marriages in Victoria. Mr. James Grant, Tallan^atta, and Mr. A. Ur. Acock*, C'»rryouir, have...
HIS OWN SON DISCOVERY OP POLICE SERGEANT [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914
HIS OWN SON DISCOVERY OP POLICE SERGEANT Station Sergeant "William Alfred Jones gave evidence at the Wands worth Coroner's Court yesterday (says "The Daily Express" of December 2), at the inquest on his little son, James Alfred "Jones, aged eight, and told :i pathetic story of the way ho learned of the tragedy. He was on duty at Tooting Police Station when a boy came to him, and ■said a little boy had been run over by a motor-trailer in Mitcham road. He told the reserve man to go and see v.'hat it was. Shortly afterwards a policeman brought the body to the statfion, and the driver and two boy witnesses, from whom he took statements, came into the charge room. "1 obtained a description for circu lation round the stations," said the sergeant. "I read It, and thought it was like my little Jimmy. I then went to the parade. I turned the cover back and found it was my son." The boy had been running between the engine and the trailer, and the coroner commented on the difficulty of interven...
The Herald. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1914 The committee of the Tallangatta A. and P. Society promoted a working-bee which duly eventuated on Saturday last. Work was timed to start at 10 30. a.m., and some of the workers were present before that hour. Fifteen members of oninuiilloo put in iui appearance, and about. h like nunibor of outsido helpers mill Socioty sympathizers, who willingly accepted till) committee's invitation"to ond u helping baiiil. Mr. Irvine brought Ins wagon mnl pair; Mi-. A. T. Thomson eont four hnrsos and' two wagons, run) douutod -JO poats; mid Mr. J. T. Park presented the Socioty with yj. rails. Tlio posts, end rails woro oar-mnrkod Tor ex tending the dairy cattlu pens, which nocosaitous work is now being ciuriod-out by day-labor. Saturday's work con sisted of roofing tlio shod at tho roar or tho pavilion, [minting pickot-fonco in front of gland-stand, putting tho. oiittlo ajicl «heep. pons in order, and Boiioi-ally olen ring-up tho Show-yards: The cash value of tho wort: ...
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. SUNDAY-SCHOOL PRIZE-GIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 26 February 1914
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. SUNDAY-SCHOOL PRIZE-GIVING. &nbsp; A special children s service was held in Christ Church, Tallangatta, on Sunday afternoon, when the Rev. G Nelson delivered a suitable address to the Sunday scholars. The church was nearly filled with children, their teachers and friends. At the close of the service the annual prize-giving was made by Mr. H. D. Elston, superintendent of the morning &nbsp; Sunday-school. The prizes were of a' vary choice kind. Mrs. B. T. Pearse; &nbsp; kindly donated all the first prizes, and Mrs. Wm. Osmotherly thoughtfully pre- sented 30 books for children in infant classes who did not win merit prizes. Following is the list of awards: — MORNING SCHOOL. Class I.'—May Stevenson 1, Ralph Riches 2, Harold Renfree 3. -(Teacher, Mr. Elston.) Class II. — Alice Stevenson and Jenny Walker, equal for 1st; Fanny Walker 2. (Teacher, Miss Law.) Class III.—Mabel Stevenson, 1, Florrie &nbsp; Robertson 2, Gladya M'Gilvary 3. (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
upper Murray and litta Herald No Resident of tlio District GAN AFFORD to do without his District Newspaper. It is the only means by which the people of the district can keep in touch with tlio affairs in which > they are personally interested. The City dailies and Weeklies are al] tvery well for those who wish to keep posted upon affairs of State and of the world. But does not a comparatively trifling event in our own neighbourhood look inuoh larger .in our eyes than the downfall of a nation on the other side of tlio world?- The local newspaper that gives all the news of its'own Town and District—all the doings of its people and the happonings —is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place in the regard of all who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. In addition to the personal claim the district Newspaper possesses, it gives very real advantages from a business standpoint. Whether in business in the town or on the land, it is of the utmost importance to have a know...
IMPORTANT TO APPLICANTS FOR MINING LEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
IMPORTANT TO APPLICANTS FOR: MINING LEASES.. Applicants for leases within the dia trict covered by "The Upper Murray and-: Mitta 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 leaso, in. which, to lodge tho application with the Warden 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 ...
CHAPTER XV. Lady Montamor. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
CHAPTER XV. I Lady Montamor. ,..Jr?dy ,M,°,ntamor 'was seated at the writing table in her boudoir. Of French - r ol>; Shf had| as the Pretty bru nfo hitf 1° Vllieneuve, captured /nrl \r ? Inioontiuered affections of Wn KMontamor- But, as southern born ^brunettes, unless they "put on as 11 is brutally termed, do not retain the smooth skin and rich beau ty of youth as long as their northern sisters, so it would have oeen hard foi one knowing juue de Vllieneuve in .her first girlhood's bloom to recog nise her in this withered, faded, old lady with the crumpled brown skin the prominent .bones of cheelc and brow, the scant grey hair under a black lace head-dress. Lady Monta CirUld ?ot 'be rQ,1)bed by age of her magn ficent eyes. But even they had lost their clearness and fire and their ocus of things. She gazei down at the notepaper on which she was liter ally scribbling letters, through her pince-nez, and would have reminded any stranger of an old owl as she sat there in her black dr...
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. 1.—Subscribers who do not give ex 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 hills, anil ordered the periodicals to be discon tinued. 4.—If subscribers remove to other places without informing- the publish1 ers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5:—The courts have decided that "re fusing to take periodicals from the post office, or leaving them uncalled for, is ■primCt, facie evidence of intentional Fraud." C.—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 taking it...
ACCIDENTS & EMERGENCIES. WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
ACCIDENTS & EMERGENCIES. WHAT TO DO TILL THE DOCTOR COMBS. The following useful hints—tile 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.... t There should he in every home a place known to every member of the household (but out of the way of the children) where are Kept ready for im mediate use the following articles, v.-iiiuU can be obtained from a ;s, chemist:—A pair o£ scissors, three or large neetlles-^threaded), a few prepared bandages, some Hut, adhesive plaster, ' oil silk, cotton wool for padding, olive ovV and a bottle of Roracic or Carb&lt;vj~ acid solution. [Yon 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 AND SPRAINS. If a bruise can be treated at once, apply cold water, and keep the part at perfect rest; oth...
PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
PHILOSOPHY. Of you dry to do peesnis mitowt ad vertising, you will find yourself already like a hoy drying to slilide a liill down mitowt shnow. Pesides, dere ish dese tiffei'ences: ven you don't got some shnow you gant make 'em; but you can somedimes shenerally always make der advertising nome right avay quick oft, all der year rount, mit some moneys..
RADIUM'S WAR ON CANCER INCURABLE CASES RELIEVED [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
RADIUM'S WAR ON CANCER INCURABLE CASES HEL.II5-V25D \\ liile there is as yet no doctor who will say that radium is a "cure" for cancer (says "The Daily Express"), thero is anion;; those who have had ex perience of the treatment of cancer by radium a growing hope that its strange powers may one day bo successfully harnessed. This hope has received what to a non-medical mind seems like a very wonderful confirmation In results which have been obtained in the Cancer Cha rity Home connected with the Middle sex Hospital. But it must be under stood tiiat medical rosearch men are extremely unwilling to create the im pression that they have found a "cure" uniesB they have much stronger evi dence than has been obtained in the home. Hitherto an inoperable case of cancer has been regarded as ultimately fatal, savo in the rare and almost miracu lous circumstances of a recovery tak ing place "by itself." The Cancer Charity was founded many years ago as a place in which incurable cancer patients m...
PRICES AND WAGES FOOD PBICES INDEPENDENT OF PAY [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
PRICES AND WAGES FOOD PBICES INDEPENDENT OF PAY (By L. G. Chiozza Money, in "Daily News and Leader.") Staring out at me from the columns °'a daily newspaper, published as the wasidered utterance o£ a member of Parliament, I see a statement to the ieff'ct that If the wages of British worlc tmcj were doubled to-morrow, the ■ chinge would be of no value to them beciuse the prices of commodities would r'si in the same proportion, and there for they would be no better oft than oefre. It is necessary to take serious not of this statement, because X find it ii the expression of an opinion which Is Mdely held up and down the United Klrtdom at the present time. This °Pl'on has gained ground because of the-eaction in prices which has taken I'lao during the last half generation. Bcause that rise in prices has can c&lt;|ll9 the value of the-rise in wages in u|e ame period, people have jumped.to ioncluslon that higher wages and 'I'ghir prices are necessary concomi ^ntiof each other. It i...
LATE QUEEN OF SWEDEN [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
LATE QUEEN Of SWEDEN The late Queen Sophie of Sweden was a great reader, and was well ac quainted with many of the religious hooks that have been published In the last thirty years (says "The "West minster Gazette"). She read the books oC Dr. 'F. B. Meyer witli much appre ciation, and took the first opportu nity of hearing- him preach on an In cognito visit to London. Queen So phie attended several years ago the Keswick Convention, with which she was in full sympathy. Few in the great tent were aware that the sweet faced elderly lady in black was a Queen. In her many years of ill health the Queen was never idle, for she loved to work for the poor and needy. The Salvation Army and the late General Booth held a high place in her thoughts. Volumes dealing with foreign missions were perused by Queen Sophie with practical re sults, for she contributed to various special efforts.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
DEATH. MutnotLAND.—On 2Gth February, at tho Albury Hospital, Floreii™, third daughter of Jus. Mulhnllund, of Tallangatta ; aged 3 years and 11 months. A patient sufferer gone to rest. Bereavement Curd. MULHOLLAND.—Me. and Mits. JAS. MULHOLLAND and Family desire to return sincere THANKS for kind ex- ! pressiona of sympathy and floral tributes in | their recent aid bereavement. . Tallangutta, 3rd March, 1914. I