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TALLANGATTA SUB-TREASURY. The Receiver and Paymaster supplies the following list for public information: ACCOUNTS PAYABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
TALLANGATTA SUB-TREASURY. The Receiver and Paymaster supplies the following list for public information: ACCOUNTS PAYABLE. H. Black, TV. H. Diufeenson, V. Rogan, "W. Pliiyle, John O. A. Schneider. LBASH3 FOR EXECUTION AND DELIVERY. H. Lee, Loumi I. Tanker* E. T. Haire, J. H. E. Kendall, E. Jephcott, jun.> G. 0. Smith, G. Lord, H. G. Choshire. OROWN XJRA.NT8 FOB DELIVERY. ' H. M'Namara, J5 E. Sirapsoa* E» Smith L. Moncrieif, A. J. Siuedley.
DESERTED WIFE OBTAINS DIVORCE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
DESERTED WIFE OBTAINS DIVORCE Mary Batholomow, 35, applied to Mr. Justico u'Beukott, in tho Divorce Court on Tuesday, for dissolution of her marriage with Thos. Batholomow, 37, on tho ground .of desertion for throe years and upwards). Respondent did not appear. Petitioner deposed that the parties were married ut Pootscray in 1903. There were three children of the marriage. They bud Jived since 1903 in Tallangattu, where re spondent wan for some time manager for Crawford and Connolly, cab proprietors. After a while respondout took to drink, and gambled a great deal. He never properly supported her. On 2l«t April, 1909, after having asked petitioner for monoy, and not getting it, respondent took tho little furni ture they had and Hold it for £4. That night he stayed away from his wife iu the town, and next morning, returning to her hftlf drunk, he told her ho wan goiug to the Albury races. He left, and novei carno back. Some time later, petitioner, finding that his'mother was going to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
ADVERTISE AND PROSPER. SIXTEEN GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ADVERTISE. 1.—Money invested in judicious ad vertising ir. like a boomerang—it. is bound to come back again with redoubled power. 2.—The most .results don't come from the most expenditure. They come from the most intelligent ex penditure. 3.—Advertise for Business; then ad . vertise to make it better; then advertise to keep it. 4.—Sit still, and your business will sit. still too. 5.—Advertising is not a necessity, neither is the telephone, nor the telegraph, nor the train; but they are mighty convenient when you want to get there quick . C.—There is no trade so settled but a vigorous competitor may take it away by advertising. 7.—One or two insertions of an ad vertisement seldom pay. It in the consecutive, continuous, per sistent- efforts that win in ad vertising, as in the affairs of business. 8:'-—Advertise as you eat; regularly, and...in_reasonable„quantity.,; . .-.■a-.L-:. 9.—Advertise just as a farmer plants corn, not a...
BRIEF NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
BRIEF NOTES AND COMMENTS. Eskdale nmiiial races, Saturday. Pictures at Tallangatfa on Saturday. Buali-flro burning in parish of Wagra. Towong Shire Council meets next Monday. Indi's legislator, Ahern, bus joined the city legal firin of Gillott and Miiir. A wavo of typhoid is spreading over N.S.W. country towns. Many deaths. The 1 imes (London) 1ms been reduced to a penny. Attention dircated to ad. of M. Braby, merchant, of Eskdulo. rallangatta Race Club's privileges will ho auctioned on Saturday next. Actor-manager Williamson's estate gave tho Government £GM0 in death duty. Harry Hawker, Australian aviator, will give an exhibition of flying at Albury on Saturday next. Higher rates introduced on N.S.W. rail ways on 1st innt. Increases eipeoted to yield £200,000 moro revenue. Australian Trained Nurses' Association has decided to raise nursing fee from £2/2/ to £3/3/ per wec-k. V.R.C. approves of date selected by the Tallangatta Club for its annual races, viz Thursday, April 2. Albury ...
AVERTISE IN THE UPPER MURRAY AND MITTA HERALD. HELP YOUR LOCAL PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
AVERTISE IN THE UPPER MURRAY AND A1ITTA HERALD. HELP YOUR LOCAL PAPER. The greatest aid you can give youv newspaper is your job printing. If you do not feel able to run an advertise ment, surely you can afford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, bill heads, letter-heads, envelopes, and all business printing to execute. The news paper man needs it. and it helps hlra to pay Ids printers for setting up the thousand and one free notices ho gives you and your town. But don't give it to (lie printer or job-printing office that can give you no such return, and is spending neither time, money, nor brains in helping you to build up your town. The time may come when a newspaper can live simply upon the re venue derived fiom advertising and subscriptions, but no ordinary news paper in any ordinary town can exist without the auxiliary support derived from job printing. Therefore, if you want a good newspaper—one that can still further help yon and your town— give it your job printing.
ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY. Give your orders for Job Printing to the newspaper in your district, because it prints thousands of reports and noti fications for which it receives no pay ment whatever. It is always spending its time and money to benefit and im prove the. prospects of the place through which, it circulates. It gives you value in return for your printing order. -
LOCAL LAND BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 5 March 1914
LOCAL LAND BOARDS. Mr. Wyatt, L.O., held a Local Land Board at Tallangatta on Tuesday morn'-., ing and another at Oranya'on yester day afternoon. Rocommeudations were made as follow :— TALLANGATTA BOARD. Parish of Bullioii. —Allotment 40, Sootion A, 20 acres:—A. B. Fuhey.— Recommended that one liceuce be issued for this blook and the one granted applicant at a previous Board.' Parish of Canabore.—Allotment 8, 905 acres:—E. C. Elliott, to shew cause against forfeiture for sub letting without departmental consent. — Recommended that leaBB be cancelled and that the land bo made available for application. Parish of Wyeeboo.—Allotment 11, Section 3, 642 aoies :—Angus Scobie, to shew cause. —Decision deferred. Parish of Keelanoie. — Allotment 21, 680 acres :—J. M'K. Scobie, to shew cause.—The conditions of the Act hav ing since boen complied with, the Board recommended that no action be taken.
GIRL OF MANY TONGUES [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914
GIRL OF MANY TONGUES Few English girls are so talonted as Teresa Krassavin, the fourteen-year old Woolwich girl who (says "The Daily Express") can speak four lan guages, and whose services aB inter preter are utilised by police courts, hospitals, and doctors from Woolwich to the East End. Teresa Krassavin frequently acts as interpreter at Woolwich Police Court, and at the conclusion of a case on Saturday last she was warmly compli mented by the magistrate, Mr Sim mons, as being "the most fluent and alilo interpreter I have ever known." Teresa, a vivacious, fair-haired little Russian, with a charming modesty of her own, speaks English, Russian, Polish, and German, and is learning to speak French. She has already acted as interpreter in the folio-wing places:— Woolwich Police Court. London Hospital. St. Mary's Hospital. Victoria Park Hospital. Plumstead Infirmary. Whips Cross Infirmary. At the London Hospital on Christmas Day her services were required In the case of a little Polish g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914
Most doctors from goodness of he^rt treat some cases without expectation of payment, but did you ever know of a doctor who returned fees when he failed to cure? The Union Manufacturing Com pany guarantee to return Urt^lA^Bmount paid if Wright's RheumattoyWcmedy, Ahef Canadian cure, docs ,frot/cijre %ur rheiipAtifj^sctatica, lurnBaljbk or yRdpey /froublejfjOrcourseiv this coMAhtoubpC/donc ll/ many failures, and,ps>fl matter of Uey^uicie have been only thrMinslances inJfcie'years in which ttie refund was claimed Ifyou send to 299 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, the company will give you full par ticulars and a copy of the legally binding guarantee they issue with tbe remedy The price is only 5/6 for a full month's treatment, that is often |sufficicnt ro^ure a severe and long-standing case. ^ A GOOD BUSINESS SUIT AT A REASONABLE PRICE MADE TO YOUR MEASURE. IFOR KfisTi' 35/" Try one of the*r Suite and you will be ' agreeably surprised at their marvellous value ' —you have the pick of th...
MR. BIGG—GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914
"'-w-r t. MR. BIGQ—GENIUti. It seemed, though I was quite un I ionscious of tlie ceremony, that Mr. ; pigg and I were introduced to one an- ' ptliei-1)}' tlie train that brought us both from business. Mr. Bigg, unfortunate ly. lived in the next street. But I pever understood why that should ; make him tree and easy with ray com- | pany in the train, and from the sta- ' jion, as it did. ' ' j He was in my carriage one night ; \vhen a young lady entered. She was | catlier distinguished-lookinp — she fladn't a bird in her hat. J need not say that Mr. Bigg was talking. He \vas talking about himself. He was kindly telling me how to succeed in &lt;fe. "Get money honestly!" he was say ing. "Get money honestly. Spend money honestly! And if you can't get it honestly, don't get it at all!" "Very creditable!"- I murmured. '•'Should you mind telling me just how y >11 honestl; get it?" "Genius!'-' replied Mr. Bigg. "And genius, as a great writer observes, genius is only an infinite ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914
Tallangatta Racing Club. Will bo lielil cn FEIINVALE RESERVE" On Thursday, 2nd April; 1914' Officios.—President: Mr. JR»»y Paton? Vice-presid*nts : Messrs. Jan.. Moyle, P.\ Mabor mid J. M'Donaid, jun. Stewards: - Messrs. J. M'D«»nald, H. Paton, C. Mitchell, - A. T. Thomson, II. Andrews, M. Tobin, . It. C. Buchanan, R. Turnbull, P. Maher, T'lioa.- Roium, son., Jms. O'Farroll anil W\ Shanuhan. Judge: Mr. Jas. A.-Piiton** Starter: Mr. H. Andrews.- Clerks ofc. Course: Mr. C. Hilhis. Clerk of Scales: . Mr. J. Walkei*. Handimpper: Mr. Michl. M'Grath. Committee : Mcssra. Arch. Paton, » A. T. Thomson, Jno. M'Donald, jun., .12.''. Kolly, M. Muliins, R. C. Buchanan, J.; M'Gratb, S. Wright, Thou. Ronan, «en.,_ Los Paton. H. lliieffiior, J. 0*J?urcell "au&-»>* R, TornbulU rrosrnm.or K vents: TRIAL HANDICAP, of 8 sove. For*' horses that have not wou^u-prixe of thu value of 10 sovs.'or over on tho iL»t« Dis tnuno, Six furlong. ' Nomination, (J/.' TALLANGATTA* HANDICAP;' of is' ■' pov8....
THACKERAY'S DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914
THACKERAY'S DEATH On Christmas Eve, 1803 — fifty years ago—Thackeray died unexpectedly. The last words he corrected in print were (says "The Westminster Gazette") "And my heart throbbed with an exquisite bliss." To Dickens a week earlier he had'laughingly described a new remedy he had had it in his mind to try for an indisposition that had lcept him to his bed for three days. "He was cheerful and looked very bright." A perusal of his latest writings convinced Dickens that Ills once estranged friend was in the healthiest vigor of his powers, and in reference to the above sentence he wrote: "God grant that on that Christ mas Eve when lie laid his head back on his pillow and threw np his arms, as he was wont to do when very weary, some consciousness of duty done, and of Christian hope throughout life humbly cherished, may have caused his own heart so to throb when he passed away to his Redeemer's rest." He was found peacefully lying as above de scribed, composed, undisturbed, and to al...
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. In the firinl list of Methodist station alloca tions, Iho R;v. John J. Brown, WnuguruHH, is sob down as chairman of tlu North-east zv%\ district. Uev. W. G. Peart hn* \h-cu appointed to W.Honga and fieihungit, and is to exohaniro ouuo a quarter with the h«>m& missionary at Tallauijatta. lluv. Horace Brady in to bn stationed at Yaokandaudah, and is to exchange onus in six months with tho homo missionary at Cndgewu. AmHNTMKM'J'S FOU NICXT SUNDAY. M»!thodlst—Tallanjfat.tn; II, Mr. Hobson. Tallan&lt;;at.ta, 7.30.—Mr; Bwd. Taltandoon,. 11: Eskdale, 3; MiUa Slihta, 7.30.— Hi*. Wills. (Sfoukynrd; 8, Monday ; : Little Snowy, 8, Tuosl'iy.) Anglican. — "Wye»d)oo, 11; Valley, 3; Tullanjjpithi, 7.31).—Ileutm*. - Pi'psbyturmn. — Spvinndale, 11: T*U?;vYn'>, 3.; Tiilltin^iUhi, 7.30 — R*n\ 11 lij Ouray. Roman Catholic. — Mission opens at Tal Imigattu, 7.30 ^ m.
ESKDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914
ESKDALE RACES. Oui" TSskdnlo correspondent reports : - The Eskdalo Club's unnual ruuos cuino off ou Saturday lust. What promisoil to be a good day's rnuiiig—us most of the horses nominated wore on tho ground was completely spoilt by u vory heavy thunderstorm passing over just as tho Woltor ltace was finished. The ruin that full on the frostily harrowed truck made it dangerous, and thoro was n Tall in ovury subsoqiiont raeo. All tho jockeys ex caped unhurt excepting J. Uaillio, who was riding Amolito in tho Flying Handi cap. nii> mount foil Uorwi'.y nt the Inni coming into tho straight, and ho was rendered unconscious. IIo was cnrriod 011 tho course to tho nearest houso, whuro ho lay in a semi-conscious condition For 12 hours. I mn pleased to say that ho is now progressing favorably. Tho ex porioucos of Saturday should wako up tho officials to tho fact Ihut something must bo ilmiu in tho way of accommoda tion-for tho public, and also in tho matter of improving tho truck olhorwiso ...