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TO IMPROVE THE BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 March 1914
TO IMPROVE THE BUTTER. At a conference of representatives of the, VictoriauGhainhor of Agriculture and of tW Co-oporative Butter and Cheese Factories^ Ansociation of Victoria, held in Melbourne it w«h unaniinouHly reaolved that tho Gov»^ eminent bo urged to bring in ft bill to pro*, vide for the compulsory'grading'of oroarr,. The conference also .expressed tho opinion that the reanon why Victorian fuctoiy butter is uot as good us wan the case a few yearn ago is that the cream ifl kept too lo>g before being delivered at the factories. J
CARELESS USE OF FIRE. A GRAZIER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 March 1914
CARELESS USE QF FIRE. A GRAZIER FINED. Following is a report of the evidence given in the case of Constable Harry against John Francis Mitchell, heard at Tailangatta Police Court -ou 11th inst. Defendant was charged that, between . 7th and 27 th Novomber, at Guy's Forest, he did leave u fire which he had lighted in tho open air before eiinie was extin guished. Inspector M'Gillicuddy prose cuted. Mr. 'i'iotyeiiB appeared for de fendant. who pleaded Not guilty. John Brindloy, gtuzier, Guy's Forest, stated: I know tbe dofendant. His pro perty adjoins mine in two or three differ ent places. I hud occasion to speak to defendant on 27th November, at uiy brother's .woolslied. I told him ha would liave to knock-off burning, or ho would burn us all out. Doreudiint said ho would cease doing so. I saw fires on defendant's property tho whole of No vember till I warned him. Saw ou de fendant's prnporty people burning from place to pluce—wholesale burning, as would bo done in winter. On Sunday, 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 March 1914
Always Takes It.—"I alwayB toco Charaborlain'fi Cou^h.Remedy whenever I have h cold," writes Mrn. A. Fronton, il King-William Street, Filzroy, Vic. 441 fi*8t took it whon I had an attack of iniluciza and I got rolief at once. Now I iilwtfjft* kepp a hoi tie in the Iiouho and never loae*** opportunity to recommend it to others, know dozens of people who look upon Chiio hcrlaiu's Cough Remedy as a part of tlQl»* household effects."— §olJ everywhere. J
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Following notifications appeared in last week's Government Guzette:— [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 March 1914
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Following notifications appeared in last week's Government Qazeite :.t Liccnocn to occupy unu6ed roada.—»A. N". W«1hIi, 2a, 2r,, abutting allotment *24, Bui lioli; II. Tyroll, 3a., allotment 20a., «eo. 7, Bonegillu. Application for issue of Crown grant,— Arnold A. Backhaus, 87a. Or. 29p., Yabba. Application for liooheoapprovml.— Suhultz Bros., la. Ir. 3p., Georgo'H Crook. Agricultural ami qrraziug lauds available for applicat ion at Beech worth , Land wOlHce up to 8th April.—190a., parish of Cunaboro, forfeited. by A. Scobie ; 98a., parish To wong, forfeited by D. Bebr«mH. Application for lease approvod, — Mary Edna Thompson, G'JDa. Or. 21p., Wyoaboo,
REINFORCED CONCRETE IN BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 March 1914
REINFORCED CONCRETE IN BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION. At (he March meeting of Towong Shire Council, the engineer (Mr. L. H.' Samboll) submitted the following' Report on the ubovo ahbjecfc '* Ak instructi'd, I.bavo considered the ad visability of ^ u^iug reinforced concrete in .culvert and bridge ooubtrovtion. in pluce of timber. First., What i* concrete?, This is the most modern form uf coiistruci.iuu, 'extensively iiaod; iu all countries, and, briefly ,• eon«ists in ordinary mass concrete being reinforced by plain (or patent.) steel rods to take all tensile stress to which the structure may bo sub jected. These materials work so well to gether, the concrete protects the steel from all corrosive inflnonce and fire, the adhesion of steel to concrete is great,-uud the expan sion of belli materials in identical. The advantages are—It is tire-proof, rot proof, water-proof, rust-proof, and is per manent. It. is cheaper than other perma manent construction, as steel or iron, and is practically ever...
TERRIER AS TELEPHONE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 March 1914
TEKKIER AS TELEPHONE "Floss," a six-vear-old Irish terrier, belonging to Mr. E. Woodward, a fruiterer's carman, of Mansfield (Notts), regularly acts as a letter carrier for her master (says "The Daily Mail" of January 12). She accompanies him on all his Journeys, and is often employed In taking written messages to his placo of business and bringing back the answer. Her best performance was the double journey in a snowstorm be tween Mansfield and Mr. Woodward's home at Sutton, three miels away. Th° answer arrived In an hour. The dog is also used by a football team to take the half-time and full time scores of their matches from the ground to an Inn.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 March 1914
PHtENIX ASSURANCE GO. LTD. estd. 1782. FIRE. AOOIOENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY 10SSES PAID EXCEED £85,000,000. -Iosmi. bv BU8H FIRES an« t» LIOMTMINO »ra madb good by this Company, AGENTS WANTED. 461T0 471 BOURKE ST., — Melbourne. OALOSTT A GO. LTD.. AQIMTt, A negro woman lu Savannah was prepar ing; to set married. For four weeks before tbc ceremony she saved up lier wages, and immediately after the wedding she hunted up ber mistress and asked her to take charge o£ the fund. "I'll take it, of course," said the puzzled woman, "but. Mandy. won't you net* rooney to spend on your honeymoon?" Mips* May? • said the bride, "does you think iiie. £°,n . t0„ y*UHt wy^elf wid a strange nf£f»th an nJJ dat money on me?" j TO NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS.'! SECOND-HAND TYPE CASES (in Good Order), Lower and Upper, Double and Treble. For Sale, Cheap COUNTRY PRESS CO-OPERA1"! VE CO. LTD, THE EXCHANGE, MELBOURNE. ini'^tbe Jn >XoZ ^ I thins. said his mother indignantly, "you're a very good boy not to have to...
TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, 18TH MARCH. (Before Messers. Pearce and Grant, J. P's.) LAROENY OF PUMPKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 March 1914
TALLANGATTA POLICE COURT, &nbsp; Wednesday, 18th March. (Before Messrs. Pearce and Grant, J.P's.) LARCENY OF PUMPKINS. Police v. William E. Earnshaw and Frederick Best : Each defendant was charged with the larceny of a pumpkin, value 1/, the property of Michael Abdalluh, dealer and gardener, of Tatonga. Accused pleaded guilty. Abdallah stated that, as he hsd been missing pumpkins for some time, he set a watch on last Sunday night. Ho and Tommy Ah Poy were the watchers. At about. 9.30 witness saw both accused going into the pumpkin patch. Th'*y presently came out, ouch carrying a pumpkin. Wit ness called out to Ah Foy, 14 Como and help ino catch 'era." Accused, who were on tho opposite side of a lagoon from him, ran off. Witness went to intercept them, hut they disappeared. Ou reaching tho spot where ho had last soon accused, witness found the two pumpkins (produced). Wit ness made search for the accused, but failed to find them. He reported tho matter to the police next day....
MELBOURNE LETTER. MR. FISHER'S CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 19 March 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER. [By Otm SPECIAL COEIlRSrONDEN'T.] Mr. Fisher's Campaign. We gather from the Federal Prime Minister, Mr. Cook, that he is quite un- able to carry-on the national buainoss by reason of the alleged contumacy and unreasoning obstruction of the Fisher party. He wants the people to give him a new Parliament, upon a simultaneous dissolution of both Chambers. We think he will secure his double disso- lution, but we are reasonably sure that it will prove the undoing of his Government, with its spurious profes- sions of Liberalism and its grave inepti- tude. The Cook Ministry is already moribund. Eyes are turned towards Mr. Fisher; and he gave us a taste of his simple directness and sound sense at Ringwood during the week. His jour- neys throughout tho Commonwealth will be followed with exceptional interest: for enlightened Australians have begun to ask themselves seriously which group they would prefer as exponents of the national aspiration — Messrs. Fisher, Pearce and Wat...
THE MUNICIPAL ENDOWMENT. PREMIER SAYS IT IS TO REMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 25 March 1914
THE MUNICIPAL ENDOWMENT. PREillEU SATS IT IS TO REMAIN. The Premier oil Friday madeuso of an address to tho council of the Paolo's Party to explain tho offeet on country interests of somo of tho recent State legislation. Objection, ho said, had boen taken in some quarters to tho inclusion of a com pulsory insurance provision in the Workers' Compensation Act. The more he lived in polities, tho more convinced ho became that the Liberal policy, to succoed, must be and re main progressive. The best way to ensure the success of the Labor party was for Liberals to become Conserva tive. Tho^Victorian Parliament must go ahead unchecked by the viow6 of tho people who thought it w^s travel Hug too fast. In roBpect of com pensation for workers, Victoria had lagged behind. It had been sug gested that a digost of the act should be published to enable people to understand its complications. That would be done before, the act came into operation two or three months hence. Insurance had boen made c...
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 25 March 1914
WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACr. It will be somo months, probably Septombor, beforo the Workers' Com pensation Act comos iuto operation, as tho State Insurunco Department has to be foundod and regulations framed. The methods of fixing tho promium *ts by tho employer giving, at tho 'commencement of tho policy, an esti mate of tho wagos ho will pay daring the term, on which a promium is charged. At tho oxpirution of tho 12 mouths, tho omployer informs the company as to tho amount ho has actually paid, and an adjustment is mado, oithor by tho paymant of an extra promium by tho amployor or of a rofuud by tho Company, according as to whothor tho estimate originally suppliod is ovor or uudor tho actual payments. It will, therefore, bo soon that tho premium is bused on tho total wagos paid by tho omployor during tho year, and not on the num ber of employes. An omployor may ongago a number of additional hands for only a Bhort poriod during tho year aud ho will bo protected iu regard to them by hi...
MELBOURNE LETTER. THE BURDEN OR THE BALLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 25 March 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER. fllY OOK SPECIAL COHRKSPONDI'N'T.l The Burden or the Ballot. Ill a recent address, tho State Promior luuontcd thai tho prosont expansion of tho dutios and responsibilities of douio- j cracy has begun to impose a burden upon citiuons against which thoy may rovolt. Ho warnod his bearers,, and those in, governing authority, that tho peopj.0 woro •boeoinming " sick of elections." There are recurrent Federal and State' goneral and by-eloctious, intinicipnl elec tions und elections for School Hoards. And the ubiquitous canvassor— usually souio down-at-heel derelict in tho pay of tho Leagues—seems to bo novor o££ one's door-stop. Wo are ovorwholmed with all kinds of electioneering pamphlets, appeals for "contributions" .to souio "lighting fund" or other; and, should wo bo tho fortunate owner of a motor-car, a score or two of'bogging lotlors for its use on oloctiou-day adds to our oxaspera tion. We can never tako up tho daily or wookly nowspnper ill theso recurrent seasons...
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Following notifications appeared in last week's Government Gazette:— [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 25 March 1914
THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Following notifications appeared in lust-, week's Government Gazette: — Application for mineral lease aban doned.—3j5. P. Duun, 83a., TnlLandooru liiceuce surrendered in order to iesua. of new licence.—Thos. M'Grath, 20a.K Taugambalanga. Application for licence approved.— P., A., and P. H,, Socman, 3^U0a?^ Dorohap,
APPOINTMENTS FOR NEXT SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 25 March 1914
Appointments for Next Sunday. Methodist.—Tallangatta, 11 and 7.30 Ouou Lauo, 3, — Mr. Wills.. XijttlQ Snowy, 8.—Mr. Courtney. Prosbyterian. — Tallangatta, 11 and 7.3ft; Tullaugatta Yalley, 3: (Harvest Thanksgiving).—Rev. A. G. Staploton.K Wodonga. Anglican.—Spring Creek, 11; Annan.-t. dale, 3; Tallangatta, ix.C., 7.30.— Reotoifv
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 25 March 1914
ADVERTISE AND PROSPER. SIXTEEN GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ADVERTISE. 1.—Money invested in judicious ad vertising is like a boomerang—it is bound to come back again with redoubled power. 2.—The most results don't come from the most expenditure. Tliey come from the most intelligent ex jienditure. 3.—Advertise for Business; then ad vertise to make it better; then advertise to keep it. 4.—Sit still, and yotir business will si' 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 ii&lt; the consecutive, continuous, per sistent efforts that win in ad vertising, as in the affairs of business. S:—Advertise as you eat; regularly, and in reasonable quantity. 9.—Advertise just as a farmer plants corn, not a big sackf...
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 25 March 1914
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. The second annual report of the Vic torian branoli of the Australian Catholic Federation has bceu issued by the State, Council. It shows that 356 branches of the Federation have been formed in Vic toria, with about 5000 workert as mem bers of the Branch Councils. Over 40,000 members were onrolled during last year. Prominence is given in th9 report to the education question, ill cou nection with which public meetings have been held in all the important centers throughout Victoria, and 100,000 copies, of a leaflet dealing with the questiou have been distributed. The Stato Coun cil expresses a determination to persist in bringing under the notice of fair minded uon-Catholics the injustice of the present system as it affects Catholic citizens. The Federation is also actively, opposiug the proposal to introduce sec tarian teaching into the public schools of' Victoria. It contends that a question, involving the conscientious rights of any citizen is not a suitable su...
ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 25 March 1914
ENCOURAGE LOCAL INDUSTRY. Give your orders for Job Printing to Ihe 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 lis time and money to benefit and im prove the prospects of ihe place through which it circulates. It gives you value VSUU'IA lWi your printing, or(lcrl