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KEEPING MILK SWEET. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

KEEPING MILK SWEET. An American Agricultural College, in its advice to milk producers. says: .-"The souring of milk is caused'by tho growth of bacteria in it. Tho fewer the bacteria in the milk, and fcho slower they grow, tho longer will the milk keep. Ir cleanliness is observed ; tiio number of bacteria 'in uow milk will bo few. llaetoria double in num bers in new milk every twenty minutes when it is at blood heat. lliey grow slowly at 50 deg., and not at all at 39 dog. The sooner milk is cooltd aftorbelng drawn from the cow tho longer it will keep. The u->ual*\vay to handle milk is to set the cans containing it in a trough of cold water and stir occasion ally until the milk becomes cool. It may he an hour or two beforo tho milk in the centre of the can becomes cool ed, and all vhis whilo tho milk-souring bacteria are developing rapidly. It will pay any farmer to buy a cooler. In tneso machines cold water (lows through t'ho interior while the milk (lows over tho outside, thus be...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DR. NANSEN'S REMARKABLE VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

DR. NANSEN'S REMARKABLE VOYAGE. I /'Tho .arrival at Immingham of tho : Siberian steamer Correot concludes a ' remarkable voyage, which has not only ! openod out a now Siberian trade route, I but resulted in much scientific ro !>larch," says tho Telegraph. "The octward voyage ocupied four years, and the expedition, organised* by Mr Jonas Lied, oost £20,000. Tho round trip was from Tronsoo, Norway to Yenesei River, Siberia, and back, and the Correct brought,to Immingham 1500' tons of Siberian produce, com prising timber, hemp, ilax, goatskins, Jiorsohides, bear skins, pigs' bristles, und dead calves, together wotli two live camels, two young bears, a wolf, und two deer. On board on tho outward journey was Dr Nansen, as expert, together with other distinguished passongers. Dr Nansen loft the vessel on Septem ber 3, to go up the river Yenisei, with member of tho Russian Duma,, and Russian secretary to tho Norwegian Ambassador, in a motor boat placed at. their disposal by tho Russian ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. .Monday's intent! heat was respon sible lor* a large number oi outbreaks ot lire in country districts, somo of which caused considerable damage. A Ministerial iMM'cri.ueo wul con sider suggestions tor encouraging a^n eultur.sts from Groat Uritam and iNt-r thern Kuropo to settle in Victoria. Surprise lias boon causal by tho an jioiuiri mint <>) tho Ytsignatiun of Mr. S. Grifliihs from tho position of sti pendiary steward oi 1 Ho V.K.C. Never b.foio had tho stall' at tho Melbourne General Po.^t Office bc.ii laced bv such heavy mails as those dealt nitJi during the Christmas sea-on jn>i- passed. hi dc.struovion and damage to Siato timber aU.no it has been estimated by tii- Fnr.stiy dipartment that lomst lire* last your caused a lo.ss <»f £100,01)1) worth of property. Tlio holiday season brought forwa d its usual list of casualties and acci dents, tho column-; of t.ie daily press being over well supp'id in this direc tion. IKnry Kothorby, dairym...

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PUTTING SPELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

PUTTING SPELLS. Mr. M. 1. Lowes, in tho ''Occult Iteviow," tells some stories nlior.t wit ches. In olden days Welsh witches used to "put spells" on tho animals 01 neighbours who annoyed them. If a cow was tlio vietini it would sicken or no apparent disease, cease to give mill; and, if tho spell were not remov ed, wculd die. The effect of "witch ing" a pig was to cause a curious kind of madness,- something like a fit; this again ended fatally lpiloss a conn' tei'-ohann was forthcoming. Quite recently \ snw one of thesn "charms" quoted in a local paper by a collector of folk lore. "An old witch living not far from Liang,tdoek (in Carmar thenshire) . . . on one occasion whon slio had witched a pig, was compelled subsequently to unwiteh tho tinim.il. She came and put her linnd on the p;g's hack saving 'Driwii'th g.idwo i'tu berehenog' (find keep ' the'o to thino owner)," AVhich seems a nuld way of calming a 'frenzied pig. "A noted witch," says Mr, Lewes, "used to livo about a milo and n...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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NASTY OUTS AND BRUISES MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FIND ZAM-BUK A REAL BOON. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

NASTY OUTS AND BRUISES MOTHuK AlfD DAUGHTER FIIvfD ZAM-BUIC A REAL BOON. FTfiiaehold accidentsoiuur duly, es ppoiujly where thorb oro children. Jo huoIi oiu'r»;»"oios JJ ltiwUuls is a r«al boon. Forciit-f, bruises, scrap's, burue aud scalds, Z>in-Huk is aperfoct «v»r r-ady healer. It is wondsrtully cool ir.j; and aoopiiijg, and bMng power fully aiitiwptic ir safeguards 'he in jury ai>ttin,Ht the di»ease gertna that ituuso ulceration nail festering. Wb»n Z-im Buk is ua«d, smarting pain nfpv ii'fl'iramtitiiin di-a down, and tho heal iiiii is hoth rapid au l p«rfnur. Mm Y«Ht>Qr«mr, 93 Jiourke St "t Kast Sydney, Bays "I liav« fie qu»i>tly hud occasion to um> Zam-Buk in'casus ut acoMent, and it has proy'd a m\l bi»m 'to U3. J " Ono day my little yirl Ada got her hand b>i<}ly orustied in rhf maobiue, floe of tb« fi'iff'trs' hejng so tiad'ly in jured that th nail oam« o't THn nan(l[wa« v ry i ft lined butJJ11" ftl*5 peothed the b uis d plae-s, cjuiokly hoal...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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VILLAGE PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

VILLAGE PHILOSOPHY. jonu) fellows novcr show up very well at home, and always a good dual worso when abroad. A good rain in tlio nick of time makes a farmer feel liko a newly ap pointed democratic postmaster. When tlio title of D.D. goos to a preacher's head it is a misfit. Olio can seo a good many things even through n knot hole if lie keeps his eyes open. Tho 'most of us could out down our living expenses considerably if our neighbors would do tho sauio. The importance of a quarrel is novel' measured by tho noiso of it. With some men, no celebration is worth whilo which doesn't requiro sev eral days to get over the effects of it. Few " may play with the devil > and win. it Among the blind, tho one-eyed is king. A horse's strength, roughly Si-enk ing, is equal to that of ; bout five men. \Vo have never too much tiuic for gladdening the hearts of thoso who aro travelling tho journey of life with us. If a man does not make new acquain tances as ho advances through life, ho will so...

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CASSILIS. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] WOOD-CHOPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

't CASSILIS | FKOM OUU C0UITK8P0NI>KNT WOOD-CIIOPPIN'G. A WOOfl-clwppiM^ CiMi »-8t. p'rtCO sr. (ho Mniinr. \j»irlc--y h . o» on Si'iir iWy, D-U'inlwr 27, 12u>. Httmiiui; hjoclc -ui'l 12m. 'Hyini* 1)-id:, fir '* swerpsi «kr uf 5- '*iuh. Thn c«»m pi'ti'or-J 1 f i »ht« fl-x" «*VM||r, whth J Wifliiin, R, WmIhuii, P Bf**un<itik, C4 JtMi''"W B inch -rt -hf winner hpjni; 0. J Mifji, with P. Bannock n cU»s<? There were s-v^u cmui prtitors for i he hvyiim binek, ih*» lv n»!» J. WitiMin, C. J»ned and R Wi'h.un lifting a (J'MtJ .heaO for >econ(i pi «C'*. 'roMiro WEST SPORTS. Tito Toui»m Wesf. *pnrt* took pUc«* On Monday D-c^mher 2U, thft »f «y luing very h«r. The secretary, Mr R. lvc»f9on, Hnii «h* co'jimittuB got ? Imujyh with a very intere^tim* pro nrnmni\ Tho following were the r i mi 11 h : DISTRICT FOOTBALLERS' HANDICAP of £2. Nomination 2a G. Browo 1, C. Bmwn 2. N'tVICE WOOD I2iu. laying log ci £2. Nomination 2a J. Witham 1. .,:l OPKN Wool) CHOP, loin. la&g...

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RADIUM ON DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

RADIUM ON DEATH. "15ven in nil age of wonderful dis coveries tliat announced to-day is well calculated to astonish the least" iinagi native. It cannot, be said that the curative properties of radium are as yet definitely established, though thero is excellent ground for hope in tho facts cited by Sir Frederick Treves," says tho Daily News. "But the meru details of the now discovery are so amazing that tho mind staggers at them. "Tho great barrier to tho adapta tion of inventions to tho service of man has nearly always been tho nbsonce ot 3omo oheap and effective way of dis seminating them What tho Radium Institute has done is to make it pos sible tor any country doctor ti> em ploy tho most expensive known sub stance in the treatment of 'his pa tients at a vary moderate, cost. It is only necessary to bottle the eman ations of tho radium-whioli for cur ative purposos are as effective as tho radium itself, which are given off con stantly by it, with a practically neg ligible loss of...

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LAND OF THE FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

LAND OF THE FREE. An American paper relates that tho political bnof a small western town drove his bucHioard at .top speed down the main stre on tho morning of tho oleeiton. "Hoy, Johnnio!" he yelled to his son;* "git down to the fourth ward, quick 1 There's people down there votic" as they blarao please!"

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

THS (HiSO- STANDARD. Willi which is Incorporated the Orneo Telegraph. Tlif momhW no'iitim; "f the Shiro Council will be hflil to-day (Tiio-il iy). The |iii'ttjivi New \'eir present, t» 'fi"l to unvon" fr"»n tlm im » di«i'li;: m-'I'W'* the. Alrt to O'ifi. the i'-I"-'-'"-" J the i-'n-d I'.v Hi" Vnti.tW "Ihce at I;'. I il'-v'n .V,U; {nun -t-Hitmen. nml SlOU Uc«. p*'V- . Tin- <!'m..l:,,-il mill NoitWi. C» liveS-lli.,;: Co , l.fl- h.-» In i" 11,0 vv 111 . 1«* .?" ii 11! dist.i Uniting nU f<» *he I iir psl inil 'Jo.c>p..'rntive B'eon Uitring 0<> , Ltd . lUuvb-uong AkIv your grocer for Dandononi; buuim. ** A comweucmmmt has been made 'fl flPri»l* "i"t' the Mitchell Kiv.-r with "lie Ion piomi-ed iron railway bridge ft will he I elected in cb'B.» plOXmUty to ll\«« lriupa,.u\ wooden stiueuue, which h is htcly ahsunvd the iorin of a twilebbiek. A bi" tb'ht wa* put «p in the Honamb-rt cWottto'k tin- nva >» tho .VHHrmhly made vacant bv Iho to<...

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REWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

REWARDS. It is beneath fcho dignity of thoso who can allord to sot an artificinl valuo lijum their dignity to tnko n reward for finding lost property? Tlio pre sent writer has put this question to many men and women (luring tho past fortnight, nml thoy hnvo almost all roplied, nfter (liU'iTi'Ut methods ol cir cumlocution, that it depends upon the, amount., Tho nnswer is not logical, but it is natural nnd .it hns somu ren Bon in it. Tho speakers, of course, lay themselves open to hard words, lr thoy would not tnko ten shillings for finding n worthless trinket, why should tlicy not refuse £10,000 for finding ! lost treasured Do thoy reqiiiro to bo paid not to steal ? If they would not tnko a smnll gratuity, why should thoy tnko a largo one? After nil, a tip is » tip, whatever tlio coin or tho figuru. l)o thoy inojiii that overy man's dignity hns its prico? That is no doubt what they do menn, and all theso taunts are fair; but it roninins truo. thnt qui to ns good peoplo would accept t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

wo 1= K1WM4RRET. CO/VS/GW YOUR RRODUCli r>u DALGETY. WOOL, GRAIN, eg PRODUCE BROK STOOK AND STATION AdENTS. FARMERS' CUPS IS'E3MLII! When deolrcd Clip# are Reelasoed by Expert# at a total coit or - penny per lb. ^ . ? A" Produce 7.-n-«f)!l?y Vnl'j^r'- by Rjpfirto prion 10 : '" v . Clients'uivoir choice of'any -Msfkot.- *" . SPECIAL DEPARTMENT!} For Hie Sale of LAND. STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW. OiMnfib; HIDES, FURS. BUTTER ar.d DAIRY PRODUCE , .Quibell'c Sheep Dip. AfiTTWTD pnn } Kemp s Patent Srtccp Brandlno - . AGENTS FOR j v/ormo Spe'clflco Sheep Drcnch. C .. Nobel's Glasgow Explosives and Chllwortn p^asotki, I-^EColfoouLnns.® Office, -ZS '&Tl-Q'S'l iBourSra esnii. ? For Constipation, &j Biliousness, § Bad Breath,;;,:i Headache, Indigestion. ly Mediae! MBUM ESM1 V' .: \ . A/VD ^ ^ ' , WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Sale In ...

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IMPOUNDING HAT FEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

IMPOUNDING HAT FEATHERS. "Your hat, if you pleaBo mndamo, wo must havo that aigrette" was tlio quaint but .startling demand mado by the Customs Inspectors of nil Jadies disoinbarking at New York with for bidden plumes in thoir headgear. It was the lirst day of the new tariff, which prohibits the importation of all feathers pluokcd from live birds, Tlio first victim was a breach woman, dres sed in tlio hoight of fashion and wear ing a small velvet hat decorated with ?f valuable aigrette. Standing with several otjher passengers from tlio steamship Lorraine, awaiting tlio in spection of nor luggage, alio saw that the was being hcrtiunised.. Then fearlessly a veteran officer, armed with his new book of instructions, atopped forward and mado his demand. Mmo. Hevilnqua whk too startled to reply. Next moment the inspector reachod forward . :t»v,V- Ov.trirnted the foaf.h<',V bc ioi\» oxptu'srUng tile provisions ot the new law. "My milliner never told mo a word about the1 new taw,...

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AND NOW SEE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

AND NOW SEE. Mrs. Scroppington: "Oh, lot t'uo young pooplo flirt if tilpy want to. T don't beliove flirting over brought harm to anybody." Scrappingtnn: "You forgot. That's bow you and I begun, by flirting."

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WORTHLESS DIAMONDS. SWIFT PUNISHMENT FOR FRAUD [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

WORTHLESS DIAMONDS. SWIFT l'UNISH51ENT FOR FRAUD .Barefaced fraud was unmasked at tin? Guildhall, London, recently whon Arthur Dav'd Saunderson, a woil" dres sed man, who described himself as. i\ commercial traveller, was chargcd witli obtaining by false pretences, from Louis Uubexistein. a sum of £50. 1'rosecutor said Ju» was a ladies' tail or, in Sussex Place, South Kensington and resided in Tottenham Court lload. Tn February last, a man, named Mark ham, whom ho knew, introduced him to accused as a man with a bankrupt stook uf jewellery for sale. They all threo went into a teashop, where Saun-' derson produced some; earrings as a samplo t#f what ho had got. A meet ing-wu'i arranged for the following day, and thon prisoner showed him a pair of diamond earrings, a diamond ring and n brooch. Witness told prisoner be. was no judge of jewollery, aud.proposal that ho .should have the things valued.- To this accused agreed. Witness took the jewellery to one or two pawnbrokers, and dually...

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DRAINING THE ZUYDER ZEE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

DRAINING THE ZUYDER Tho Zuydei' Zee (Southern Sea) was formerly a lake surrounded by fens i <uttd Marshes, its-proseut extent being chiefly the result of floods which oc curred in tho thirteenth century. Its area is about 2000 square miles, and average depth ..from 10ft to IDl't. It lias always, becii the work of tho Hoi-, landers to recover as much as possible of tho land lost to them in this man ner in past ages, and in tlie literal senso they can bo said to have- half mado their country, having reclaimed over 1,000,000 acres from the sea, lake and river, sinco tho sixteenth century. Schemes for the reclamation of tnb: Zuydor Zco have been at' vorious times discussed, and iv "Bill was intro-., duced in 11)00, but afterwards with- I drawn, to deal with, first, some 115,000 aores of the Southern part at a cost of I about £7,917,000, and eventually 500,000 acres at a cost of £24,000,000. Tho present measure before tho Dutch Parliament is an extension/ and com pletion of th...

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HARD TO PLEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

HAltD TO PLEASE. A former's wife who hud bud much trouble with her servants was accosted by miu of them. . "I lea;- I shall not be able to work much lunger. I think I am going blind." , . "Why, ho wis tlint? You seem to get aloiig pretty well with your work. "Yes, but I can uo longer see any meat on my plate at dinner." The fanner's wifo understood, and the next day the servants were served with very largo and very nice pieces ol "How nicel" tho girl exclaimed. "My sight has come back. I cat see better than ovor." "How is that, Bella? ' asked, the mistress. . . ,, ... "Why, at this moment, replied Bella, "I can sco tho plate through tho meat."

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FUNLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

F UNLETS. 'rt'lmt heard the bcd-tick?-Tho chof- | fonicr. Why did tlio napkin-ring?-Because tlio chair rung. What did tuo lard pail? - The frightful kerosene. What modo the bed-spring?-It saw the umbrella-stand. Why didn't the paper-weilit? - It must always go before the tnb'.o leaves. What was it tho marmalade?-A table-leg. Wliero did tho milk-jar?-It jardin Where did tho parachute?-At tho gas ranee. Why did the ice cream-Because the PUg-beator.

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THE GOLDEN AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

THE G0LD1SN AGE. At twenty Jim sot out to find Ajob, tho sort lio had in mind"; lie was ambitious-boys should be And thought, I'll sooner climb u treo By stilt-ting wear tho top-which truth Should bo impressed upen our youth, fin I sad it is to state, tho men Who'd jobs to uivo said, "Call again When you aro older , and wo'll soe You need oxpei-ience, dignity." At thirty Jim was trying still To find a job which ho could fill, , But now no longer tiino did waslo In seeking olio to suit his taste; Ho still preferred tho top, but said: "I'll tulfu tho foot, if not' tho head." "Ahoml" tho ansivor camo, "you aro Too old to start, too old by far,. And yet too young to boss tho show Como back within a year or soV At forty Jim hat] not yot inailo I Tho landing he'd so long os-ayed, I ,Thn years had thinned his raven hair I 'To call him lwld 'twere toarcoly I fair), j Biit brought liini wisdom, so that ho CVicj. "1'IJ talio anything, you scol" Again tlicy sharply looked him o'or, And shook t...

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SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

SYMPATHY. "Aliulam," said Plodding Poto, "I once had a wifo' and family, but I couldn't bo contented, so I left liomo." "Well, libra's a ohicken sandwich for >;ou. Mighty few' husband are so considerate,"

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