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REALLY DIPLOMATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

UBALLY DIPLOMATIC. ! May: "What do you moan by saying that Maud is 'moro or lcsa pretty* P" Tom: "Well, slio's moro pretty thBn most girls and less pretty than you."

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SAVAGE CARGOES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

SAVAGE CARGOES. The dangers and djfllimlties o f transporting wild animals from for eign climes to England are tremen dous, yet considerable cargoes 01 this troublesome freight five handled every ye^r. Ope English dealer recently came, over from India with various ani-' to the value of at least £2,000. The weather was rough, and among the animals that got loose were a tiger, an Indian badger, and a speci men of the sacred Indian monkey. Several sailors endeavoured to catch the tiger; and after being loose for two days, and badly maul ing one man, it was eventually re^ captured. . Tfto Indian. badger was loose for a fprtnight, and no one could conceive where it had hidden itself, although It always managed to consume the meat and- lice which was put out (or it, As for th3 sasred monkey, every time ' anyone ran after it( It went to the top of "t\\o mast, and it was not befyt-o t^e opd ol the voyage that \t could bo induced to desccnl. A more dangerous experience was the occasion of a ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

Jain Season, 1914. DAVID . I3AKIHS, . General Storekeeper, Omeo Telephone Kb, S. - I DAVID EAKOTS. Grass and Glover Seeds. Write for Samples and Quotations of jrish. v.-i-:^n-:ux ni.s;i;irr .wii ntw ryk GKASS, CWK-.F.W. OLOYKi:. OWAltP KSSKX UAI'E AND OTHKK aguilTi/ithal .skei'n Where risks arc- so cre-rt -hu only cours: ia jovui'e fr.nu a Trains i Sci'tlsra.in With no'larse ivr/.> p:-y I < .-.n quote Rieh.irr.vir SccJ? v*?r^-I at your nearest IWilWiw- f:c.u'-1. p.'.ibelosv M":ojurne free. Geo. Smith., Seed Importer, Ballarat. (Lute of'lUrst. >v Snn, Lmdon) Me'tbour.ne Address. Box 164 G-.F.O. .Invites the attention of the Public to'";his . Stock of Enamelled Preserving Pans, Jam Jars, Spoons, Etc. Suitable for the present favorable Season for HOME JAM MAKING-. I Do You Wish to Learn MOKE AltOUT YOUli OWN BUSIXhSS, OR TO QUA-~ L1FY YOUU8KI.V TO ; J O | Earn More Money. STOTT'S ICORRESPONDENCE COLLEGE It will coat you only i penny stamp to find out what we enn do for...

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CLEANING GARMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

GLEANING GARMENTS. Almost any stain can be removed if rubbed at once with a mixture o£ equal parts of ammonia, alcohol and water ; after cleaning brush and dry, lay on the pressing table or board, tacking down the plaits or folds with a fine thread : thin cover the skirt with a piece of darlc wool len goods, dampened thoroughly,but not wet, and press with a moderate ly hot iron. There ,1s a di)Ier;n-e between pressing and ironing. The pressing is done with an iron uhi.h will not scorch, tn-1 the iron is moved slowly over the goods, press ing as heavily as necessary. as tJ\o iron is moved, A brasli should not be used for . clraning the dust from silk, as tha bristles will in time cut the fabric. Wipe, with ii piece of velveteen ; this will remove the dust without injur ing the silk. Silk or ruffled gltjrt^ should be hung fiway upside down, as this prevents the sagging of the skirt from the weight or th? ruffles from drooping, Wash frocks should be put into boxes, trunks, or drawers, ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

THE cm SO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omco Telegraph. Fill DAY, .1 PHIL' 10. 1914. Tlio annual meeting of the membors of the Omeo Go!f Club will be held in tho Vublic Library on Wednesday evening. There will be do publicition of the Stair tlard on Easter Tuesday*. Business com* municaiioas will be attended to as usual. 1 he b.mka and public oftices will bo closed until Wediieidiy morning. The post, otfices will be closed the whole of this day (Friday) and from noon on MoiuUy. The serial story, Terribly Tempted, io continued in this nsue; tho Melbourne Letter is as gossipy as ever ; nod there are Feveral columns of other interesting reading on the first and fourth page?. A fire took place at Mr Somerville'e, Tambo Crossing, early this week, by which several Stacks of hay and some out houses were destroyed. The cheese factory also only narrowly escaped destruction. At the Omco Methodist Church this (Good Friday) evening there will be a special service of " The story of th...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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WOMEN PEARL DIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

WOMEH PEARL DIVERS. Curiously enough, (bo pearl divers of Japan arc women. Along tho const vof che Bay of Ago find tho Bay of Koknsho lha thirteen and fourtccn-ycar-old - girls, after theji have finished their primary school work,, go to sen and learn to dive. They are in tho water and learn to swim almost from babyhood and spend moat of their time in the water exccpt in tho coldest season, from tho end of Docember to tho beginning of February, Even during tho most in clement of seasons they sometimes dive Tor pearls. They wear a speciul dress, white underwear, and the hair twisted up into a hard knot. Tho eyes are protected by glasses* to prevent the entrance of water. Tubs are suspended from the waist. A boat in command of a man is ..as signed to every five or ten women divers to curry them to and from the fishing grounds. When the divers arrive on the grounds they leap into the water at once and begin to gather oysters at the bottom. The oysters arc dropped into the tubs suspende...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent). . Tho huge undertaking which is to bring about tho conversion of tho au btnoun railways from stoam to oloot ricity is making steady progross, but tho rato of that progress does not in spire much liopo that tho first lino to bo brought under tlio now system \lmt between Snudringhajn and Brood meadowft-will bo ready for oporation next year as promised. Most of tho plant has necessarily to be made at oversea factories, but tho contract for tlto condensing plant, pumps and power station accessories was eour^d by a Mel bourne Jivm. Tho structures for ©arry ing tho overhead l'nea wiJl ba obtained hero, and will bo erocted by tho depart ment. . About. 1000 men;. ha70 o»ion engaged for work on tho _sho of tho power station at Nowport, with whioh rapid progress has beon mado. Tho building will bo of steel; with reinforc ed concrete walls, and from* tho archi tectural point of view will bo a dooided acquisition to tho district. Tho coal to bo...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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ROTATION FOR GRASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

ROTATION FOR GRASSES. Tho timo lor which Jand is to remain in grass JS frequently lixed lor fcJio far mer by Ins grass giving out altogether, and nothing but wortniess grasses or ,seeds remaining ia tho ground. Under such oireumstanees there is 110 object in leaving tho held down for a suited time, ana tho sooner it is taken up and occupied by moro prolitablo vegetation tho better, if this upsets tho rotation, tho laud might bo sown for tho year in rape, followed in February or xMarch by Italian ryegrass, with, cowgrass and wnito clover. A good seeding of that mixture would be so lar advanoud be fore winter that it would have to be led down to prevent lodging and rot ting, and it would provide excellent food .at that time for a large number of young cattle.. it would grow all winter, and could afterwards bo used for carrying a limited number of ewes tor a time. They could be taken off m tune to allow tlio italian to provide grazing early in tho following season, before tho permanent...

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THE MODERN BOY'S BOOK. LESS BLOOD AND MORE MACHINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

TIIE MODERN" BOY'S BOOK. | LESS ULOOD AND JIORK MACHIN ERY. A fascinating yet out-of-the-way il lustration of the way the world lias changed and is changing is fciio boy's book, says an i'higlisii writer. An acute writer lias said that every hoy l'roin the ago when ha begins to talk is mainly occupied in imitating someone older than himself. Substan tially tiiis is undoubtedJy true, and be cause of the truth underlying tha state ment, the boy's literature must, in some measure; rollout the ideals of the elders lie is constantly emulating. Now, the boy's book to-day has changed in a most remarkable manner. The .subject matter haa completely fil tered within 20 or 30 years. thirty years ago, the boy dwelt in a "world oi romance-a world rapidly coming to an end with the advance of the more ma terialistic conception of life then start ling the vision of adults. The boy was still concerned largely with Indians, cowboys, pirates, smugglers, highway men, and soldiers of fortune. " ll».s li...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE SAFE DEPOSIT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

THE SAFE DEPOSIT. The saf'( deposit ha* lent; una established itself as a' n^ccssary in shitutun. alir.-rc n"c thirteen in London an 1 six in the rro.'inces. Frc;m an article on the subject iji .'T.P.'s Magazinp" by Sir. _Hs\roM Slu'pstope we gather tjiat tin lar gest saffi deposit ij that at Chan cery Lane, Louden. - It is a veri table nest oi strong rooms and safes, totalling 40,000 recepta- les in all. It is usul a great deal by the diamond merchants in the district. It is a common thing for a broker to rush down the broad white steps leading tfl the vaults- just b;fore plosing tjme with £20,000 wortj) o| (liamends in his pgcl'.plB, ^ In pne of the strcng rooms at this safe deposit there is a collection ol books, every one of which is said to be worth £2,000, and in aUQthei tapestfjes viiUieil at aver £70,000, It- was at this deposit that time locks were first used in L'ngland. Now all th2 modem sa'e deposits possess them. AN AMERICAN 1DKA, The snfc deposit is, it seems, pure ly ...

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ELEVEN YEARS IN THE YUKON. DANCING IN DAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

ELEVEN YEARS IN THE YUKON. DANCING IN DAWSON. From 1898 to 1909-eleven y;ars the Hon. Stratford ToUcmnchc, as lie tells ur in his "Reminiscences of the Yukon," was employed in mining and trapping in the Yukon. He was :'n the midst ot 6he great gold rush, and lie gives mr-ny interesting pic-, tures of the Klondykd cra'/o, its humours and its'tragedies. He was in Dawson City in the summer of 1898," with its thirty thousand inhabi tants, mostly under canvas. 'I here is.no one so free with his money as the gold-miner, and sometimes a man would squander in the course of a single evening the proceeds of months of hard . and dangerous Libour, amounting to thousands of do'lirs. The cost of a very simple e/en'nj's amusement in Dawson was consider able. Th£ main street was l'n:d with shops and restaurants, and sa loons abounded-all temptations to the men with gold-dust or nupget;;. There were several dance halls' . in the place, all of which were well pa tronised, each dancc-haH possessing 'a...

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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. Saturday, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

MA.ltK.BTS AND SALES GU'PSLAND 8T0UK REPORTS lJilRNSDALE. Saturday. Aprl! 4. Miissus A. Mau.vuthur ANII Uol report Fat Cutllo-r Wo had adoublo supply for ward ; competition \yan l;ecn and priopf vuy high. Wo sold oowa to £0 12a, bul» locka to *9 10*, hctfcra to £0 15s. Store Cuttle-Good yarding, buyera keen and prices fiiiner. Wo eold 120 head at impro ved rates. Piga-50 penned ; good compe tition and pjioea R »od. Sheep-A fair yar di»g; guoi inquiries for all classes and prioea for l^oth Ut and stores high. Wo sold 7 lambent 15a Gd, 0(j xbred ewe a 2, .} ant} 6-todth IQi 3d; i-iO lalnb* Da, 51 2-xootH wotheis 15a, 35 lrtdrino ewes lis fjd, 315 iambs 3d, 'J " I3NSA V, Wednesday, April 1. MESSRS A, MACAHTnuit AND CO report On Wednesday, let April, at Ensay, on fie count of Mr Thomaa 0. Taylor (having sold his property to Mr Jas. O'Brien) all hifl Ttirnituro, fanning implements, horses, baltie; oW" «t very sAtini^oto y ^iicoB. tThfi attendance was arecord'ond* and 'biddlnnd brifijt an...

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SHIRE PAYMENTS. PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

SHIRE PAYMENTS. £ ir. d. F. A, WiUon, engineer ... 33 Q 8 J. Shnmihan, Sectotnry ' ... 17 1 8 G. A COIIud, poundkeeper... 2 18 G. Huggiua, iuKpcctor ... 3 18 4 U. G. Maredon, printing ... 6 4 0 Omco Hospital 25 0 0 Do£ fues commission ... 2 12 0 Vormiti destruction 2 5 0 Municipal oomraota M. Doolan... ... ... 1 4 R. Gmy Q 0 C. \Vf Tulbot ." ... 35 0 A..1S. Bouehor 20 Q ft. Matthews 20 0 8. Sar/jent... ... ... J8 0 D, Etikins 7 0 Sanitary service ... ... 12 15 Special works 70 0 l)ay Labor ... 120 0

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OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

OAIEO SUlKlfl OOUNUlL. TUESDAY, APML 7. Present: Councillors Ricknrds (prosi dent), Hutton, Grose, Lowei Lewington, Petersen, Cou«hl«ii nod Braid. COllKESPONDKKCE. from Publio Works department that, lljii £100 grant towards works on Omeo-Brtghti road oould 110 spenb on tl"y labor. From Treasury thab £438 had been inndii nimilablo «a the shire proportion 0f tlio annual licensing feos, From Minos department) as to appli ontion for completion of Gibbo road, tint tboro wore no funds available, BUjgogting tho matter bo plnced before till) Couuntry Ruads Board-Io W«B abated bhu& tho'board had promised to ridn over the road Bhortly. From Lands department as to appli cation 'for grazing licence of wator reserve nb Tussocky Flat, Bonambra Or. Cougblan Baid tho reserve waa vory useful to tho rasidents ni ib was tho only water available near there in dry woather. Ho moved bhab tho council objects Seconded by Or. Petersen and carried. From 0. Baker, Ensoy, as to factory licence-Reforrtd...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

RECEfPT, AND RAY OFPIGg. T|io fqiioijfjnj; accounts aro lplni» at thp oub-trcnuiiry ;.,J, Uibi'ey, J. JJralil, p. A. Uano, lleiiombra Public Hall, J. T, Lowing! ton, 0,II, BtJgdowl, 13. Roberts,

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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. ROAD MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

.COUNTRY ROADS BOARD 110AD MAINTENANCE. At the meeting of tho Shirn Council on Tuesday a letter was received from iho Country Roads Bmird thab the hoard hud authorised itic expenditure of XDOO on the ? maintenance of the Tiitnho Valley toad up till Juue 30 nexh Tho engineer said thr.y could not spend thai) amount) of money advanta geously within time short fpaco of time, neither did ha think it necessary, hut the council could spend what amount of it they liked. Ho thought they should do nothing further thin keep the roid trafficablo until tho beard decided to mako » Rood road right through. Cr. Hutton said thab a9 a railway was ?' within ooo-ee" of them they would bo foolish to spend uiuch money on tho road for the tirao being. Cr. Groso said that) ib would be at Itasb five years before they cot the rail way to Oineo and tha roid would ho used a groat deal morn during the con struction of the line. Cr. Hutton said tha ratepayers were getting anxious whether too much expense was not...

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THE BURTON FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

THE BURTON PA RE WELL. Still another Omro farewell 1 It) poems that wo have hurt so many faro wol! social? in Omro recently bunt it lifts como to ho our only form of tfntor iniiimont-though tingid with regret, Tlio guesb of tho evening on ihia oc casion wn8 Mr 8. W. Burton, accoun tant of tho Onii'o branch (if tho Colonial flank, wlinhas been promoted to tbo relieving otnfl; mid so groat) waa the oateem in which hn lmd boon hold during tlio seven yearn of hia reuidunco in Ouieo that notwithstanding very short notice I hero was a largo gathe ring in tho Puhlio Library on Wednes day evening lo bid him farowoll. Mr Burton hnd taken so much iutoreat in nil local affairs, nnd had been secretary or working member of nearly all our local institutions that) tboro was scarcely any parti of the community that) was uot interested in liis depar ture-church, publio library fulling aud all sports, had gained hia earnest co operation at somo tirno or other. Mr John Hio was an eflVctivo chair man, ...

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OMEO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

OMEO HUSP1TAL. Tho mobility mooting of the own-, mittoo wna hold on Wadnoadny even ing- -w,. . A letter waa roceivod from tho Troaaury, stating that tho annual grant for tho noxt year would bo £lo0-JGSO lees than tho provious your. Tho Treasurer, Mr Stirling, reported that tho bank account ohowod aoredit of £60 6n Od on ourrent Dccount and £251 9s 2d in the Savingu Bank. Tho monthly ncoounts amounted to £'12 Is fid, roduoing tho ourront ao oount to & 14 'Is 'Id. HI'SrON'ATlOK or COMMITTEE. Mr Stirling said that boforo ap pointing a houeo committoo they should eno how tho committee stood. Tho president said they had oalled two meotinge of subscribers to receive tho resignations of tho committoo, but a quorum could not bo obtained, Mr Duyford Baid that if subscribers toolc so littlo intorost in the affairs of tho institution his resignation would stand.- Other mombers exprosaod a oimilar opinion,-Tho proeidont said tho subsoribors appeared to bo satis fled with tho oommittoo a...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

CHURCH SERVICES Gauiiou uv Ehol'aud«-Guod Friday. Omeo 8, iO.oOund 7 SO, Bonambru 3 j li'a*ior Sunday: Omeo 8, II mid 7 30, Caseilia 3. Rev, U. H. DovJin. PiiLsnvTKHMN Cmmou - tiunclay, April 12; Hwarru U, Benambra ?1, Omeo 7 30. Rev. F, 0. liaram.

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THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 April 1914

THOUGHTS OUT OF THE_DRDINARY I'luclc wins-it always wins, though days bo slow Ami nights be dark 'twixt days that cume and g<>, Still pluck wins-it's average is sure, Ho gains tho prize who can most endure, Who faces issues, who never shirks, Waits, watches-and always works. Tlui world aliout her leaned towards her as ilowors to the sun, as all hearts by instiuot Jean out to beauty. -Dr. l-'rank Crane. Wo only have one lile to live, pre sumably, and why should it not be a pl.asant one? Good inannors are tho source of moro pleasure than good din ners, winch is saying much, and they cost fur less. 'I'lrey bless him that gives -and him that takes, and makes intercourse ol all sort.* moro satisfac tory between man and man. \Yo may tako it that a girl's lather and mother aro an average couple, and yet does the girl expect her lover to not. towards her only as her father acts to wards her mother? No I She may think her father a kind and lovable man, but sho expects lier love...

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