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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

rr^ELIiT'HONS i-» now romn'cterl direct ] with Jfrr/ifd oflico, so tlmt nil ]mrln of tin? dixirit't tn;»y communicate with us for tran^mi.^ion uf news and add. ADVERTISE AND PROSPER. SIXTEEN GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ADVERTISE. 1.—Money invested in judicious ad vertising is liko a boomerang—U Is bound to coxae back again with redoubled power. 2.—The most results don't come from the most expenditure. They come from the most intelligent ex j pendHure. 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 tlio telephone, nor the telegraph, nor the train; but they are mighty convenient when you want to get there quick . G.—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 th...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

PHILOSOPHY. Of you dry to do peesnis mitowt ad vertising, you will find yourself already like a boy'drying to shlide a hill down mitowt shnow. Pesides, dere isli desc tifferenees: ven you don't got soino shnow you gant. make 'em; but you can somedimes slienerally always make der advertising come right avay quick off, all der year rount, mit some moneys.

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALLANGATTA RACES. Mr. M. M'Grath, handicapper, has adjusted the weights for the principal events as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

TALLANGATTA RACES. Mr. M. M'Griith, hnmlicnppor, hns adjusted the weights fov tUo [iviimipai events as follow : — Tiiial Handicap.—Only Bert 9 10, Dun iron 9.7. Exitjxurttrution 8.10, Qui 8.10, Mimduroo 7.11, Lndou Anoria 7.10, Sir Anglo 7.9, Liitova 7.5, Bargain 7.0. Tallanoatta Handicap. — Lady Carillion 9.0, Buudara 7.0, Ne«;rod 6.10. Wislter ITa:o>icap, Hnuk Rsico.—Only Bert 11.5, l)imirnii 11.1, Sunray 10.9, Exiijrjroriition 10.4, Qui 10.3. Sir Samara 10.0, Miss Carillon 9.8, Amolita 9.8, Drderanir 9.0, ICiit Ora 9.0, La<l<m Andria 9.1, Buzurka 9.4, Sir Anjrlo 9.3, Ji»j:f?lliu 9.3, Luilovu 9.0, Fellow Mill 8.5, Bargain 8.5. Fr/vixo Handicap. — Lady Citrilliou 9.3, Duniriai 8.4, ttuiidam 7.3, Neerud C.12, Mumiarou 0.10.

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Nothing to Fear. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

Nothing to Fear. A politician was making a speech wlien he was annoyed by the frequent Interruptions of an opposition voter, ■who seemed bent on causing trouble. "My friend," said the speaker, de termining to suppress the disturber, "haven't you heard the story of hori a braying ass put to llight the entire Syrian army?" "Don't you be afraid of this audi ence," shouted back the dislnrber o' the meeting, "there ain't no danger of it stampeding. You've tested it."

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

Taxis no otiiku.—"For nine yoars I suffered with a liver disorder and tried iiuitifiMits medicines, obtaining very little relief," writes Miss Ester J. Coles, Major's Greek, N.S.W. " After taking Chamberlain's Tableth regularly for a fortnight, I found I was greatly benefited, and am now com pletely restored to health. My father, who ia 70, is au invalid and is troubled with constipation, but has obtained the greatest benefit from Chamberlain's Tablets. Rather than use any other medicine wo have often went into Braidwood, that is 20 miles away, for Chamberlain's."—Sold everywhere. Adamson, Slreitle & Co. Proprietary Limited, STOCK SALESMEN, Victoria Horse Bazaar, 396 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Conduct SALES as follow :— H 0 It S;E S. Evo Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, at their Bazaar. At Newmarket: Sheep.—Tuosdays. Fat Cattle.—Wednesdays. At Corporation Market: Pias and Calves.—Weduosdnys and Thursdays. Dairy and Store Cattle.—Fridays. Clearing-out Sales a. Specialty. PUKE ...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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No Such Luck. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

No Such Luck. The tain, pale mail m tne large bathing suit, standing knee-deep in the water, sighed. "Why," asked his friend, "are you bo sad?" "Alas!" he answered, "the sea the grave of my first wife." The friend's lips curled supercilious ly. ' "But you are married again," he murmured. "Yes." said ho, "and my second wlfo won't go near the water."

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIST OF JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

LTST OV JUDGES. Draught Slock: Mr. Jus. Coslello, Albury. Fouics: Mr. John Mondie, Gooumliliee. Blood Slock, Hackneys, Buirjjry Horses, Huutors: Mr. Ed. Lmd, Oxhy. Short - hinti, Hereford and Foiled Au>rus Cuttle: Mr. George Robinson, Wanouhayno. Fat, Cattle: Mr. .Uobl;. Stevenson, Tailaujratta. Dairy Caitlo: Mr. WallerSwan, Tioudii^au; "Mr. U. D. Harper, Wod«uiifa. All Sheep; | .Mr. iMcr Sutherland, Thi>lo«;'doi:g. Pigs: | Mr. Rolit- It-id, IClewa. Busrgies : Mr. J. | L. M Elehern, Alhury ; Mr. J. Follard; j ]>on> ^i!la. Dogs and Poultry : Mr. II. F. ; Jackson. Alhury. Fann and Garden Fro- ; du.-o: Mr J. E. Arnold, Albury; Mr. J. j Follard, Bonegilla. Dairy Produce and | Fruit: Mr. J. il. M'Georh. Bandiaua ; Mr. Ii. W. Meurnnt, Yardiuudandah. Jams and ; J-'llii's: Mr. P. A. Btiohhorn, Alhury. C«»okory: Mr. Johu Uuig, Nooronironir. Flowors: Mr. Johu Bell, Alhury. Miscel laneous au.t Paintings: Mi>s E. Kelley, vv<»rtlr. Juvenile Work : Mr. E. Handley, Hi...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Beyond Recall. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

Beyond F.ccall. An engineer from Sunderland was Spending a few days in' Loudon with a friend, and after a busy morning sight-seeing, the Londoner chose a Jarge restaurant for luncheon, think ing it would be a novel experience lot the man from the North. The visitor appeared to enjoy hit luncheon, but kept looking in the di rection of the door. "What are you watching?" asked his friend, rather annoyed. "Well," was the quiet reply, "A'l keepin' an eye ou ma overcoat." "Oh, don't bother about that," said the other. "You don't see ine watch tag mine." "No," observed the guiieless engin eer, "thee has no call to. It's ten min utes since thine went."

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Mistaken Courtesy. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

Mistaken Courtesy. A guileless rustic, who wished to be employer! on one of our groat railways emerged from the examination room and informed his expectant, friiher that he had failed because ho was color blind. "But you can't have!" said hia father. "You're no more color-blind than I am." "I Know that, foyther," lie replied; "but It's all through boln' polite." "What do you mean? Explain your self." '•Well, feyther, t wont into a room, and a chap held something up for me to look at. 'This is green, isn't it?' (">s ho. 'Come, now, you're positive it's green?' quite pleading like; and, tbuugh I could see plain enough that It wor red, I couldn't find it in my heart to tell him so. So I agreed with him, and they bundled mo out. No more perliteness for me. It don't pay!"

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

THIS CONCERT. Notwithstanding counter attractions, a bumper houso honored tho concert, for which a gooil program wus presented. Oa-<h taken at tho doors amounted to £32/3/, as against £30/10/3 rocoived at tho previous Show concert. Mr. Michael Hnllins, prosidont of tho Socio!}', wus stage manager. Tho pro gram was as follows : —Overture, "'fros Moutunlo," Allietti's Orchostra, piano, violin and cornet ; song, " Rose of My Iloart," Mr. l^mnls Urnu, of Lowosdalo ; songs, " My Hero" (encored) and " I was taller than Jack," Miss Bessie Martin, of Melliouruo; song, "Like Stars Above," Mr. Olom Kerville, of Mtilbmrno; musical inoimloguo, en titled "Tho Game of Life," Miss Ursula Scaulan, of Albury, who gave as an encore number ail amusiug dialect story of n Yorkshire wooing; song, " Bolovod, it is Muni," Miss L-iw ; selection, " I'd love to livo in Lovo-laml," Alliotti's Or chestra, encored; vocal duet," Miserere," Mr. Olom Korville und Miss Bessio Mar tin—in response to n re-c...

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He. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

He. I rather liked her style; In truth Her looks and ways appeal to sia; I seem to please her fancy, too— X wonder what her age may be? She. He seemed to be Inclined to look With more than friendliness on me; How bright things are when he is near— I wonder what's his salary?

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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FINANCIAL RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

FINANCIAL RESULT. The secretary oxpoctg to huve ready for otir next issue 11 complete atiitoinenl of tliefiimnciiil result of the rooont Show.

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Giving Him Encouragement. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

Givinn Him Encouragement. A young man and his sweetheart were walking together through the lanes and fields of a well-known Lan cashire district. He, the young man, was rather ot a bashful nature, and had been pay ing attention to this same young wo man for a considerable time without having plucked up courage to put the ull-important question. On this particular night, however, he mustered sufficient pluck to asli her how she thought he was progress ing with his courting. At the same time his arm stole round her waist in tho approved fashion. "Well, Jack," said the girl quietly, "I think you are holding your own at

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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HINTS TO FRIENDLY READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

HINTS TO FRIENDLY READERSI You want to see the local paper a suc cessful institution. Talk about it wherever you go. Mention it to the tradespeople with* whom you do business. If they don't advertise 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 th& tradesman. Don't lend your paper to any person who can afford to bcc.ome u subscriber,, but is too mean to support local enter prise.

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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DON'T "ROCK" THE PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

DON'T "ROOK" THE PRINTER. An advertisement is a paper man's; marketable commodity, and it is quit® as much so as a side of bacon, a pound o£ butter, or a ton of llour. No man can afford to give away tlie 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 exorcise a little human nature. Support him; he needs encouragement and support; but do it in the legitimate way. If the printer gets a few pounds' worth of printing orders from you, he is not in a position to give yuu a pound's, worth of advertising for nothing. And! you have had value for the printing: already. Go into a grocer'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 you may ask for. Try him, if you don't believe us*

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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OUR FACES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

OUR FACES. The constant working of the human fnind a;td the bent of one's life are Certain io bo displayed in seme way Uj the physiognomy. We study a man by his countenance. It is easy to teU the thinker from the man who gains his living by his muscle. \nd then, too, you can distinguish between thinkers. There is the extensive tliiuker and tile intensive one, the thinker of affairs and the thinker oj ideas and principles. There is the thinker in his business and the think er in the study, and you can tell the one from the other as you pass then, in the street. Their looks betray their. Sin, selfishness, and the anxiety and fear growing out of them, show them selves in the facial expressions ol oieu. as blood disorders show them selves in the texture of the skin There is a harshness and stiffness of feature in the evil-living which de parts after they reform, surprisingiy goon sometimes, giving way to lines of softness and refinement.

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

UPPER MURRAY AND AUTTA. HERALD., NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS"- . SUBSCRIBERS can stop their papers only at the end of a quarter. Orders for discontinuing "The Herald"' must be in writing. No notice will ];c takc-n of instructions? to discontinue the paper unless all moneys duo for subscriptions accom pany the order. JAMES J. LAW, Ei'oyne.t.ofc

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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TALLANGATTA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

TALLANGATTA SHOW. Manaokmkst. — President: Mr. Sliihael Mullitis. Viijc-ptTsiiicmts: Mi.'S-r.-'. Gli;is. Mitule'l!, A. Srotiie Hint W. Irvine. Cimi initteu: Moms. Co-m-jre Rowrnn, Charles Mitrlicll, Rtiy I'-iton, Aliens Scobio, SI Jltillins, Thn.«. '1'Ik in iiis. H. II f'earee, A. 1}\ llunii, Clark Buchanan, P. M diet*. A. T. Thomson, J. T. Park, Chits. Ceok, Neil Walsh, •Sainiiul Ellis, juti., Win. Irvine, M. J. Kelly, Win. Hawley. IIi'ii. Treasurer: Mr. J. AI. Simpson. Secretary : Air. A. M. M'Kay. The 17th annual Show of tlio Tnl langtitta A. and P. Society wus held on Wednesday of last week, and, considering tlio circumstances of a droughty season and all that that means for a function of this sort, the exhibition must be marked tip as. unexpectedly successful. Leastways, that was the general verdict. And folks who had au opportunity of wit nessing other autumn shows in other parts of the district unhesitatingly gave the palm to Tallangalta; for, while there was a conspicuous fa...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

Always Takks • It.—" I always take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever I have u cold,** writes Mrs. A. Preston, 51 King-William Street, Fitzroy, Vie. "I first took it whon I had ah attack of influenza and I got relief at ouce. Now I always keep u bottle in the house and never lose un opportunity'to-recommend it to others. I know dozens of people who look upon Cham berlain's Cough Remedy as a part of their household effects."—Sold everywhere. <S: 3 "V T. P. M'EWAN WISHES to inform the Public of Tallangatta and surrounding dis tricts that ho has commenced practising as au -OPTICIAN at the Tallangatta Hotel, and may be con sulted every evening, from 7 until 8 o'clock. Glasses to Suit all Sights. Consultation gratis. t23T EYE-SI GUT TESTED FREE. Trespass Notice. PERSONS PICNICKING nr otberwisn TRESPASSING in our 40-acru pud dock, situated between 1he township and Tonrak, on the Tallangatta Creek, will be PROSECUTED without respect of persons. N.B.—This paddock does not contai...

Publication Title: Upper Murray And Mitta Herald
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CRICKET MATCH. TALLANGATTA v. BETHANGA. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Murray and Mitta Herald — 2 April 1914

CRICKET MATCH. Taixakqatta V. BEl'IIANaA. Tho rotui'u match betwooii thoso Clubs was playod at Bethanga an Saturday. Victory resulted for the visitors by 10 runs, O'Leary putting together tho lltio score of 901 For Bethanga, Rowloy Brothers showed good form, but the rest of the team failed. Scoros appended .— Bethanga.—J. Rowloy, o., b Onloy, 42 ; E. Bohun; b Onloy, 4; N. Goulds, b O'Leary, 9 ; Wheeler, b Onley,. 0; S. Rowloy, o., b Chapman, 33 ; Morkol, c., b O'Loary, 2 ; E. Parkhill, o., b O'Leary, 9; Wiokes, b O'Loary, 0 ; Moreditb, e., b O'Leary, 2 ; Bradshaw," b O'Leary, 0 ; Koschoi, liot out, 2; sundries, 34.— Total, 137. Tallaxgatca. — A. O'Loary, o., b Whoeler, 9G ; \V. Hawloy, c Parkhill, b Merkol, 0; P. Onloy, c and b J. Rowloy, 3; W. Chapman, c and b J. Rowloy. <i; —. Oorbelt, b Goulds, 19; A. Hillas, l.b.w., b J. Rowloy, 7; A. Eraser, re tired, 9; W. Jarrott, b Whoeler, 0; E. Perry, not out, 1 ; A. Graham, b Bohuu, 10; sundries, 2.—Total, 153.

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