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She Asked Them. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

She Asked Them. The lady was giving Instruction ta her new maid. "Before removing the soup plates, Mary, always asl: each person if ha. or she would like any more." ''Very good, ma'am," replied the maid. At dinner that evening, Mary, re: upectfully bowing to each guest, to. julred: "More soup, sir." "Yes, please." "Well, there isn't any left," waa. the reply. The longest bridge, in. the world la. the Lion Bridge, near Sa,ugong, China. U extends five and. a quarter miles aver an arm ot the Yellow Sea, and. It Is supported by three hundred huge' stone arches. ' " v Life consists of doors opening: out/ yard to a world of needs, activities^ and Interests; the more of the:?} and, Ihe wider they open the fuller is; the! life. It is a idnship with nature and. humanity, sympathy in the struggles.' ind endeavors going on ail i'oont us" lest for the pleasure and companion,' Mps of our kind

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Tit for Tat. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

Tit for Tat. The following Is a good stOi*y con nected with the American Civil War: Seth Anderson was a tall Yankee private. On one occasion he was taken prisoner in a thick fog. It was his habit to carry a small hacchet in his belt, and one of the first things his captors said to him was: "Well, Yank, I reckon we'll take that hatchet." "I suppose you will," said Anderson, giving up the weapon. As Anderson was being marched oft he noticed that they had completely lost their way in the fog. "Look here, Johnnies!" he remarkeit coolly. "I was over this ground this very morning; I know where we are I vud where yonr men are. I'll show you-. Come on!" The Confederates followed him, and n a very short time Anderson led them into the hands of the Federals. "Now," said Anderson to the holder of the article, "I guess I'll take that hatchet!"

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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OFF THE EARTH! NOVICE'S ADVENTURE ON SKI. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

OFF THE EARTH! NOVICE'S ADVENTURE ON SKI. (By a special correspondent in "The Daily News and Leader"). You soon learn that winter sport In the Alps means really ski-lng. The skaters are a small and artistic class apart. Toboganning Is a healthy and vivacious sport for children and those who aro child-hearted. Sleighing, well wrapped up in furs, with plumed horses and bells a-jinglo, is for rich Germans. Bob-sleighing is excellent communal fun, requiring considerable skill for such a run as the full length of • '.he Crcsta. But skl-lng is for those who aro young and adventurous, who love to range on mountain slopes instead cf a rink behind the hotel, and who are sound in wind and limb. The man who is just beginning to wonder whether he is too old at forty and is a newcomer looks upon the young ana rudilv sUl-ers at the hotel as an elderly farmer regards Hamel at Hendon. Ah! new blood, supple limbs, and exquisito skill! The lucky young rogues! He merely listens with interest to their ...

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CHAPTER XVII. MEMORY AWAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

CHAPTER XVII. MEMORY AWAKES. Xady Jlontamor meant to keep lioi word, not to enlighten Robert qs to tlie terrible proposal Gwendolen "dared (o insult him with," but bis will proved stronger than hers. When lie joined lier at liroukfast next morning she noticed In his whole manner an access of ili.it cheery strength which she so admired in her " middle-aged boy." Years ago he had not possessed that quality. lie had been nervous, sensitive," pass'o'a'e. She fondly attributed his -'develop ment of great qualities" as she termed it, to the being " kicked about from pillar to post," which was his pi-nicipal grievance against Fate, she was proudly congialulat'ng I:eise f upon the triumphant ci urse " fie case" must take when she, the mo'her and itobert, the son, fought for tlieii rights against Gwendolen and lor "poor too)," when he claimed lier r a tete-ji-tete In Jkt secluded Ijou^ot, and then and there extracted as muc.i as he wished to know of lier interview with Gwendolen. She fenced ...

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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

The Great Mont-amor Case. By ALICE M. DIEHL, Authoress of "The Knave of Hearts/' CHAPTER XVI. The old lady liail to light despera'e ly against her inclinations us slie m.ute her way to hor drawiny-rojui, whu'-' Gwendolen Halldare -was awaiting her. She drove her pointed nails inti her palms—her lips weie tight set, uia eyes gleamed, she lcolccd un aged Clytemuestra. The old butler had swiUhid en all the electric lights. He knew, or nan guessed, much of the complications which had ensued upun the appcar t .-nice u" his "y<ur>g master," whose t-7 lies with him had convinced him that he was Robert, Loid Montamor. and un other. Both he and the ho.'ss? IC'i i'i-r, Mrs. Lane, had been Iust:il ed wlien Robert was a young child. They had watched him grow to manhood, had mourned over " the row " and I:is sudden departure, which, together with his seeming disappearance " from off the face of the earth," had been a stupe! topic of conversation for years, recurring frequently when...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

OEND. along your Printing Oniera to the Herald Office. Modorato cbargeei,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

in Liquor. it is a popular tonic. buy whole bottles. OBUR Nobody realises better than a hospital nurse the benefit of a freshly made cup of tea. She ha3 to be always on the alert, and from. the time she goes on duty till she comes off it's one constant strain—and if she is in charge of a big ward she is kept on her feet so much that sometimes she feels just-ready to drop. . I find a cup of "Robur" tea before I go on duty, and another after I come off keeps me right —I prefer the "Robur" to any other tea because it is pure, and because I've found it most refreshing—but there, you'll know all about it yourself when you try it—The No. 1 Grade is the tea you should get I Tk$ Nurst.

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A USEFUL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

A USEFUL TABLE. The weights and measures given in the table below are correct. AH are measured level:— Three teaspoons of liquid equal ona tablespoon. Four tablespoons of liquid equal one half gill or one-quarter cup. One half cup of liquid equals ona gill. Two gills equal one cup. Two cups equal one pint. Two pints (four cups) equal one quart. Four cups of liquid equal one quart. Four cups of flour equal one pound or one quart. Two cups of butter packed solidly equal one pound. One halt cup butter packed solidly equals one quarter pound or tout ounces. Two cups of granulated sugar equal one pound. Two and one half cups powdered sugar equal one pound. Two cups of milk or water equal one pound. Nine to ten eggs (without sLells) equal one pound. Two tablespoons butter (solid and level) equal one ounce. Four tablespoons butler (solid and level) equal two ounces or one quar ter cup. Two tablespoons granulated sugar equal one ounce. Four tablespoons flour equal one ounce. Four tablespoon...

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THE SKUNK [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

THE SKUNK I' One natural result of the recen boom In furs (says "The Westminstei Gazette'') is an aMempt to breed fur bearing animals in England. In thi connection" a large consignment or "North American skunks lias lately ar rived, some of which will shortly be established by Mr Mervyn Chute in a lun,'e hillside enclosure on his estate in Northumberland. Despite a malodor ous rupntation, the skunk seems a dainty feeder, subsisting chiefly on In sects, and it is considered doubtful whether sufficient food of the correct kind can be procured. Moreover, the value of the fur produced may be af fected by our milder climate. Aw from the fur, the terrible fetid fluid for which this animal is notorious is valu able medicinally, being prescribed f asthma: though an asthmatic clergy man, who took a bottle-of It into ti pulpit to inhale when his breath -v— troublesome, found that ho had reliev ed his malady, but disperse; (.he con grcBatioii^___________ii

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WORLD'S WOOD SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

VVORLD'S WOOD SUPPLY. When will the world's supply o* (yocd become exhausted? This is b»i coming one of the questions of tha day. In consequence of the enormous consumption of wood all over tha world for the manufacture of paper, for wood-paving, for heating, for con struction and so many other purpo ses, this material is becoming scarce* and hence more valuable every day. In France many large companies have been formed for the purpose of ao. quiring and cutting down some of the most beautiful forests in the country, and the question of preserving tha. forests has become a pressing one. The French Society for the Protection of Forests has petitioned the French Parliament to pass a law restricting; the felling of trees, which, it says, is a menace to public health, trees bei ing the great purifiers of the atmo9? phere.

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SOLDIER'S 106th CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

SOIjMEK'S 100th CHRISTMAS Mr Robert Coles, of Gloucester road, Croydon, -who spent his 106th Christmas In bed, on a light diet of fish and milk, received a Christmas card from India yesterday (says "The Dally Express" on December 27). It was sent by the Durham Light Infantry, In which ho served for fifteen years when It was tlio G8th Foot. Ho also received a tele gram conveying congratulations and good wishes from the officers and men of the regiment's homo depot. Coles hopes to bo able to go out on January 1 to draw his Army pension.

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MANNERS OF GOOD MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

MANNERS OF GOOD MEN. Goodness in itself should be attrac tive, and yet we all lmow the good man whom we respect rather than love. Too often he is lacking in the minor graces that make so strong an impression upon the hearts of women. Conscious as he is of his own recti tude, he thinks it superfluous to ad> guire the charm of an easy manner or to perform habitually small acts oi courtesy or politeness.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

BiaylMt oM ftm Durable Kill ra It) HUM, SEND tar CATALO# POST FRH V ITADATIO PEKMANBflXY CIIUI Hydatid!, UrCTiad KIdneyTroablti, Qutrlc (Jlcera. Internal OrowtkL S/» and 5/1 per bottle. Oimliti u4 8. A. PALM ER, 489 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. Mention this paper. JROgK Watering or ..''feeding Shiep, ' CtttiSe, Hortii, Calvu and Pin ALL SIZES AND ALL LENGTHS ALSTON S Patent That will last a lifetime That will not leak when filled That will not crack when empty That will not corrode with hard water Put together with a screw wrench Packs in small space for shipment Get the Original and not an Imitation - They cost no more, are stronger, and last three times as long James Alston $Sk, - Queen's Bridge, Melbourne» gX*XKX*>GIS BENZ FARMERS and CARRIERS ! Now is the time to strike out and make money by using " BENZ " Waggons and Trailers. , THE most reliable and most economical method of.. transport ever introduced. WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. Benz Motor Agency : i® Commercial Vehicle Dept. 493...

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IRONING A MUSLIN DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

IRONING A MUSLIN DRESS-. Embroidered muslin should be iron ed on the wrong side to raise the pat tern. Spotted muslin should also be Ironed on the wrong side, unless the spots are pretty far apart, when It may look better ironed first on the right side, to give the muslin a gloss, and afterwards ironed over on the wrong to press out the spots. la ironinggcolored muslins, do not use the iron too hot, as it Is apt to de stroy the color. The pressure of the iron must be even, and the iron lifte'l as little as possible. The material must be ironed till perfectly dry, and. then aired, or it will become limp. Muslin trimmed with lace should hp,ye the lace ironed first, and then the muslin itself. If the muslin feela too stiff after ironing, the fault can be remedied by putting it through water and then ironing again.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

MURDOCK'S LIQUID FOOD You can well understand, with my success • ith -my two I "• In the past, why I use your LIQUID FOOD W''h my beautiful Four, and who have never had a sick day." IH USE HT THE HOMOEOPATHIC HOSPITHL, JBEbBOUKflE. OBTAINABLE AT ALL CHEMISTS WHOLESALE FROM DUERDIN and SAINSBURY, FELTON, GRIMWADE and CO., ROCKE, TOMPSITT, and CO., MELBOURNE. WRITE FOR T.OOKLET. Essentially THE Motor Car for the Country. ^orvC £210 Tho Only Oar upon which tho Sun Hover Soim. In every civilised country in the world the Fortl has the undisputed record for sales. Join the little band of over half-a-million owners of the Car which alone has solved each and every mechanical and economic obstacle. Nothing can possibly remain but to buy a FORD. TARRAHT MOTORS Pty. Ltd., 104 Russell Street, Melbourne. At Any Hotel Ask For It IT8 NON ALCOHOLIC. MADE FROM GIPPSLAND HERBS. VEHICLES & MOTOR CARS FOR THE PEOPLE AT COFFEY RROS. Hundreds to Choose from. New and Secondhand. Value Unequalled. ...

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TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL. MEETING DATES FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

TOWONG SHIRE COUNCIL MEETING DATES FOR 1911. Undoi' tho airaiifiquiotil: by which tl.m Towong Sliiro Council meets on tho Monday of of tho Monday prior to the happening of tho full moon, the dales of Council meetings during lliy yeu.v \'JI"! will bo as follow A|ii,il G. M u y 4.'' June 8. July 6. August 3 and 3\. Si»|)tomhi'r 28. .October, nil. Nnvemhi'r 2 null 30, JpQciiinber 28,

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SHEEP-DIPPING REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

SHEEP-DIPPING REGULATIONS. Sretion •! (:!) Sliuop Dipping Act 100!) reads as follows: — 15vpry sheep-owner shall within one lnouth aftor ho bus dipped his shoop nnd lambs as aforesaid ipuko a roluin to the Chief Inspector in the form in. theschodulo; and any she«p ownor nogloccin-r or refusing to maUn srph roltirti shall be liable on conviction to a ponnlly not exceeding £5 ami not less than £1. We huvo boon requested to stuto that forms of " return of shoop dipped," with declaration attached, may bo obtained on personal application to Air. ()'Ia'hiv, court clork. 'L'allangalta.

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ADVERTISING PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

ADVERTISING PAYS. Business Man—"You remember that! 'ad.' 1 had in your paper, and took out j two months ago? "Well, I want to. have it put hack 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 tlsat 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 — 12 March 1914

Miss A. Sheridan, Ph,C. HAS taken m*<-r ihu TalhiupiHa Pharm acy from Mr. Ay>cough, hut please continue address your lytt^rs to The Tallang'atta Pharmacy TATXAXGATTA, As th«* };u>i*n«ss will si ill be conducted <«ii modern scientific lines. Lotion f-«r Ii.fi.:nnd b'kin«. 2/6 por bolile. Ectkihxo's Fokhamx, BP. Ivst, 3/bottle. Dyoi.a Dyks — all Colors (one paehet fur any material), lid. per packet. C2§T AH the other fust-soiling: remedies, such um Varicose Oiulmr-nt, Dandruff Qljit incut, Horso Preparation?., «£°-> arc still procurable at the Pharmacy. R SHANNON, Wins and Spirit Merchant THE BIG STOKE,. T A L L A 2s G A T T A. Ruthciglen, Yackandandah, South Aus tralian, Gccat Western. Wines, from If per bottle. Ballaiat, Carlton, Tasmnnian, English, Botch r United Ales, 7,G per dozen, case lots. Mitchell's, Usher's, Bogy's, Walker's, Glasgow, Burke's, Glen Varloch Whi.-kev, -I/O bottle. Lemonade, Giegor Ale, Soda Water, at Factory I'vivcS UPPER MURRAY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 12 March 1914

UPPER MURRAY AND MITTA HERALD, ADVERTISING RATES. CASUAL ADVERTISEMENTS, such as Wanted, To Let, Found,, Lost, Re ward, and others of that class, will be charged at the following Rates:— Sixteen "Words or Under, Is. per inser tion; two insertions, Is. Gd.; three, 2s.; four, 2s. Gd.; six, 3s. Over Sixteen and Under Thirty Words, 2s. per insertion; t-\yo insertions, 3s.; three, 4s.; four, 5s.; six, Gs. .t3T REMITTANCE must accompany Order to secure insertion at these rates. Notices of Meetings, Trespass, Enter tainments,. etc., will he inserted at the rate of 3s. "per inch; two inser tions, 5s.; three, 7s.; six, 10s. Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 2s. Gd. per insertion; Obituary Verses, 3s. per inch. In Notices of Weddings, where it is de sired that the list of presents be published, a charge is made for same, at the rate of 3d. per line. JAMES J. LAW, Proprietor. J. BR0WM, Builder & Undertaker, TALLANGATTA, On Sale:— ALL KINDS of BUILDING MATERIALS, WALL PAPER, GLASS, PAINTS,...

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