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THE WOMAN PAST FIFTY. MEN WHO SAY HER GREATEST INTELLECTUAL GROWTH COMES THEN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

THE WOFJ3AH PAST FIFTY. MEN WHO SAY HER GREATEST INTELLECTUAL GROWTH COMES THEN. Careful studies of the histories ol men and women, their growth and de velopment,' extending over a long period of years, reveals come facts not recognised in the literature ol the day, writes a physician in the "Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette." A man and woman, both college gra duates, married at the age of 25 years. They both possessed culture and training above the average, and were in excellent health. During the first twenty-five years ol their married lite he attained great eminence, and did fine intellectual woric. Then he became a mental in valid and remained at a standstill, without any special cause. DurJng this time his wife had given all hei attention and time to the care and education of her children and domes tic duties, and while regarded as o very strong woman seemed not tc have risen above the level of her sur roundings. 'lhcn suddenly she realised her hus band's decline, and entered int...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABOUT THE LION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

ABOUT THE LION. -J One of the mo3t interesting cliaptcrs in Dr, James Dunbar-Brunton's new ly issued "Dig Game Hunting in Cen tral Africa"-a very readable book is that on the lion. These beasts, wo are told, although very plentiful in Nortli-l!/ist Ehodesin, are nit often seen by Europeans even ulr.n hint ing the bush assiduously for other game. The natives fay that the lions are shy of white nun, and that as soon as they see them in (hi bush they do not wait to be discov ered, but slink oil at oncc. Even in districts where it is a common thing to see their fresh spoor and where they are seen by natives, n sportsman desirous of milling a lion to his bag may spend runny days in searching for them, and (hen be dis appointed in' not even seeing on.!, fur loss getting a shot. MA N-KATING SPECIMEN S. Lion i are very intelligent, and th: way their hunting tor food is c.uvi'jd cn, shows considerable cunning. fi lie' man eating lions will often travel over large districts, till ing a vic ti...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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TITLES IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

TITLES IN GERMANY. - j. Title-giving and title-bearing in Germany are made a serious busi ness. It iB dangerous to assume one that does not belong to you, and it is almost equally dangerous to with hold one from a man to whom it do:s belong. Tb» following is an address which is probably wiitten thousands oi times a week in Germany,, since it is a courtcsy due to a well-known offi cial whose rank is far below that of a Minister of State "'Highly reverenced Mr. Real Pri/y ? Councillor, highly to be revermccd Mr. President." The title councillor has four de grees, tiius-Positive, councillor ; com parative, higher councillor ; superla tive, privy councillor ; and ext.ra superlative, real privy coimoillor. Then to complicate matters there are o, hundred or more other councillors, such as councillors ot legation, coun cillors of State, sanitary co'jn illors, ?forest councillors, ' aud town police councilors. .'i Titles of another cluss 'have to do will? the wearer's occupation. Thus a Mun...

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TABLE MANNERS IN THE 'FORTIES. ADVICE ON ETIQUETTE FOR DINNER PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

TABLE RflAflflERS THE 'FORTIES. ADVICE ON HTlqUKTTli FOR DINNIDIt PA11TIKS. Dinner etiquette seventy years a;o ivna llio etiquettes of strict con en lion. Vounp; hostesses, on their pro' afltin to the rofo c;f rhatdnin-?, h \d u al iens to learn than the slum''in;; deb tnnte. Women were expected !o sbo-.v so much becoming cmoticn in (h so days, that it seems almost to I a n been a prc-arrangal mntter v. th-.y were to swoon, when to loo'-, rev, wlirn applaud, when-for a el'nn,;e follow their own inclination;. To rend an old etiquette 1 oV- o' the 'forties is to live once move in history. Those were tho (lays v.b n there wan a chivalry of fo.Kl. Mi. prcscnce of a woman made a re markable: difference in the manner." of the table. ''"Wc do not expect," rays en old mannal of tl:?.t period, written for the benefit of the: yo'uv; American man ensocietc, "'a l.'viy to eat beefsteak and on'on.', wa d down with beer or porter, !-In .-.iil scarcely eat pork or drink r. hW<y. To eat ...

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LET US HOPE SO! [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

LET US HOPE SO ! Mr. Lovelor was ope Qf tho.^o pcopli who on every possible occasion con sulted his solicitor. Nothing pleased hitn more than to go io law. The lawyers regarded hitn as an invalu able asset. '"X have been grossly insulted !"hc pxcljiimed, rushing into the offlco o) ftla solicitor for tho seventh time iq three days, '.'In what way ?" asked tho solici tor, somewhat wearily. "My next-door neighbour baa de clared ho will pull ray nose next timo he meets mo. What shall I dc about it ?" "Well," said thQ former, as if had given the caao duo deliberation, ''I should'eoa'p it,'then it will alljp through his fingers. '? Good-day I Mj hill will follow iu duo course."

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CANADIAN DUTCH BELTED COW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

CANADIAN DUTCH BELTED COW. Dutch bolted cattle are bred to a limited extent in Canada. This breed hay IVOIJ long in tho upbuilding, but tho basis of .selection having buon tho clear wide baud of white around tho body, tho. resufts of centuries of work aro* Jar from .satisfactory from the Uaiiymuu'.s standpoint. Tho breed mi^iit bo considered as ornamental rather than useful. Tho Krench Ca nadian cows are.worthy of much eon sideration whore a hardy breed is re quired. Tim individual cow is .some what small, weighing only 700lb to UOUlb. A bull weighs about lUOOlb. In general conformation they aro somc ivhat rough and angular; in tho oows tho wedge shape is present. Tho color is black or dark brown. As milk-pro ducers they roseiubio the Jerse.v, though in quantity and quality they fall some what behind that breed. Aji average of 6500ib of milk of a little over -1 per cent, butter-fat is about tlio stan dard. Tho first individuals of tho broed are supposed to have gone to Canada from i...

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INAUGERATION OF THE AUSTRALIAN NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

' INAUGERATION OF THE AUS TRALIAN NAVY. April 1, 19)3, lias been fixed upon for the beginning of the new era in Australian naval defcnce. The Hen derson st heme will thin be suffi ciently under way for the Common wealth to to able to say that it is relying cn its own vessels for tl)e defence of its coast. Cg April 1 the Imperial ships will leave Australian waters, and the Australia naval sta tion will bo guarded by tli3 Austra lian unit. Tho 'British Admiralty wall baud over to the Federal Gov ernment its valuable repair yards and barracks nt Garden Island, worth .£100,000, and its freehold pro perty of Admiralty House In Syd ney Harbour. For tho British-built vessels of the unit-the cruiser Aus tralian, the second-class cruisers Mel lourna and Sydney, and the two submarines-(ho contract delivery; dates aro September, December, and January. THE BIRTHDAY OF THE SCHEME The launching of tho Melbourne practioally celebrates tho first birthday' of Australia's naval scheme. Since April la...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE INVENTION OF THE STUMPJUMP PLOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

THE INVENTION OF THE STUMP JUMP PLOUGH. Mr. K. IS. Siuitli, to whom Au^ii'ii lian ii^rieuKiirif-ts aro d.'oply indebted, recently wrote iu reply to a lettor (if congratulation, as fo)Joiv;>:-"I shall bo 75 yours of ago oil 2m] September; urn! my dour old wife will bo 70 on (illi January next. You might lot thu peo ple of South Australia know that urn still alivo and going strong. Tlio'y used to say that i. ivou/d dio iu u mudliouso for thinking iliat I eould fashion a plough that would stumps." Although, from time to tiuni, (says the "Scottish Farmer"), thero huvo boon several claimants for tho lionor of having originated the stump-juniper, it in. generally acknow ledged that "Tho Vixen," turned out .in jinfc, 1S7U, by Sir. Smith (wlio in tho designing and milking of tho iw iilement had tho valuable assistance of nis brother, Mr. C. H. Smith), was tlio pioneer.' Ho registered his in vention on 10th Ii'ebruiiry, 1877, but owing to the dilliouHies and expense attaching to tho opera...

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THE DUTCH NIGHTINGALE. OTHERWISE THE FROG. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

THE DUTCH NIGHTINGALE. OTHERWISE)1 THE FROG. Tho '-'Dutch nightingales," as frogt have been called, are moro or less favoured of the human race. Accord ing to Raeael tho aquatic frogs of Holland can be heard threo miles o!T, and tho hugo bull-frogs certainly mako h. tremendous noise for their ni'/e, pufilng out their chceks to an enor mous extent, and bellowing almost as loudly as the quadrupeds from which they get half thuJr name. Frogs eat insects of all kinds, but they must have them alive and mov ing. If a-frog's head is cut oft it will apparently live and jump about for. hours, while it can live for several days when Stripped of its s*:in, and has been said to get a fresh one and recover, Such experi ments arc, however, both barbarous and useless. rihe female frog will lay from sis to eleven hundred eggs at a time, which float at the top of tho water in a jelly-like mass. In about fifty dajs there as many lively yo.ng tadpoles ; but it takes over three months before they become...

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FOR THE CHILDREN. THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

FOR THE CHILDREN. TIlKRJi'S XH> FiiAUO LIKE UOiMJi. "I like tho ol<i-i'j!*bioiiad songs best," said grandlathor. "hiing 'Homo, Sweet Homo,' failings; that'w the song ior inu," "Very wo)!, grandfather, wo wdl," said Julia, readily;. "Come aiontf, I'hemie, you aro eniof songstress, you know. I will play the accompani ment." They had fresh uweet voices, the.M' two young girls, auil as iho light ol the . .tU:ii Inrnp foil iuli on tnoir brigut hair and pretty evening iioek.->, U)oy mado a pieturo that. might havo featis otiior eyes, besides those of a lov , mg grandfather. " l Here's no plaoe ldco homel'' Tin' worofe wore slid echoing through the room as Pheinio returned to h«r seal, oniy tn find hor p>aeo occupied by Jack, who had spread jus "rubb»*n7" as j/no nne ealieu 11, ad over ih»< table ai which sho usually bat. "Lloar ii-mv.;y, Jack I" sho.i;aid, wit); a liLUo imperious wuvo ol lior hand. .*.l cannot imvo all Urn trash littered over my work tabio."...

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FARMERS'CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

FARMERS'GO-OPERATION. The Gippslnnd and Northern Co-ope rative Selling Company Ltd. is Miking BtPpa to enlarge its capital nnd to extend the Rcnpe of its business by entering npon fire, live stock, and workmen's omnpftiH'ition insurance. Owinv to to the rapid urowth of the grain department it. has hern found uecrseary to greatly iucreafe tin- com pany's capital, and n meeting of iihare holder* i« to lie held on May 1 for the purpose "f itlCrea'-iiiL' 'he authorised capital from £30,000 to £250 000. N>'irly the wnole of the present outhoi i-ed number nf shares have hpeti '-ik-ii tip and there will 1m n considerable amount, to be iiistriliut<-cJ in bonus shares at the eud of tlii-yeir It is thus necessary to have additional authorised capital in order to make fiiT'lier issues of shares, and the direc tor* have decided to inwke the increa-e furly substantial, us ihey entistdei that the extra amount, will be required within ttin uPx' few years. For Bome considerable time t...

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CORN CLUBS IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

CORN CLUBS IN QUEENSLAND. Tho Queensland Minister Tor Agricul ture 1ms decided to adopt tho plim of establishing Corn Clubs, in tho liopo of giving ;t fillip to tho niaixo industry amongst. i ho boys of Uio Stato. Thoso chilis have worked wonders in America. But unless the prim's to bu offorcd aro substantial, it is to bo feared that tho move will not bo vory successful. Dur ing his visit to America as a cattlo tick Commissioner, Mr. C. J. Pound, Queensland Bacteriologist, niada ex haustive inquiry into these olubs, and it is doubt less on his recommendation that the proposal is now being made in Queensland. In a lecturo recently de livered by liim ho explained tlint lie saw tho prize crop of last year, which ran into a yield of 259 bushels to the acre, on land that only returned DO bushels to tho aero formerly. Tho return is almost incredible, and were it not that Mr. Pound is a reliable man, nuiiiy would doubt tho statement as a Yankee story. . Strniigo to say, the vield was not a...

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WIRE NETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

WIRE NETTING. Tho government) havo supplied £208,000 worth* n£ wire netting to Inadholdora through tho various shires. Owing to favorable purchases they wero ablo to reduco the cost Bomo timn ogn to £23 IDs a mild for imported and £25 2* Gd for Pontridgo netting, tho latter being of a superior quality. The shire that) has availed itself of the | government) netting to thn greatest! extont ia Towong shire, 795 miles having been purchased through them b6 a oust of £19,348. Complaints had been mado that tliero waa too many formalities to bo complied with in leaking tho applica tion, bun in reply to this the depart ment Btatea thuti r.lm forms in uso aro ou tli" usual linos in cases of this kind, and that tho shire officers should bo in a position to adviso the ratepayers as to tho prooeduro to bo adopted to obtain tho netting from tho Govern ment in the simplest! way possible. Tho exporionco of the department so far ia that tliore haa beon littlo or DO complaint, and tho fact that thn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

Commonwealth JjfeBanfc of Bustralfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Tfcl« B»nk li op«n for >11 clmes ol GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS «t EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also nt Sydney, Canberra, Adiiaide, Perth, Hobart, llri'banc, flockinrnpton, Townrrlllt, fcnd LondOB. Oablc remittance? made to, Mid dn\fti drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign biiU negotiated *tid collected. letter*. <-»{ r.re>lit \->sv.ed to any pari o! th* vtorW. Bills negotiated or !orwnrd«d tft* collection. Uankinu' and Exchange Hiuincas of every description transacted within the Gonjmo** wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed dtpoclU. Advance mad* njainst. approved (securities SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vlotorlan Central OfTico: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELDOURNB. Branches in the ahore cities and 2,000 Aconcloo nt Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth* Doponlto from 1/- to £300. Intoroot at 3", por annum* Deponitn or Wlthcirnwrilo may bp nude *1 any Bran...

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SECRETS OF A COMPLEXION SPECIALIST. A SIMPLE PRESCRIPTION BY WHICH A SPECIALIST QUICKLY RESTORED HUNDREDS OF RUINED COMPLEXIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

SECRETS OF A COMPLEXION SPECIALIST. A 8IMPLE PRESCRIPTION BV WHICH 4. SPECIALIST QUICKLY RE8Ti>RgD HUNDREDS OP RUINED COUr FLEXIONS. AO a recent) coufiirence of speoiallsta uninteresting discussion took place ia regard Co the wuys and means for boaiHifyiuR and removing bad com plexions, uud the experts in this line nil agreed to the great) value of what is Iniowu among ..specialists as florin Lotion, A well-known (kin and com plexion specialist) present) gave eoipo wonderful iostances of caseB where bin patients had restored their dinfigared aomplexions in an exceedingly short time by applying this lo iuu, which consiats of two ounces of rose wnter, one dram of Tinoture Benzoin, and two ounces Flowers of Oxzoin, sod CAD bB prepared by nay chemist, many of wham keep id put up ready for aee under the name of Floxoin Lotion, He advised the application of thp lotion nifilifc and flioruinfi with a solo cloth or sponge, aqd said that he had never kuown it to fail in reiparjc&bl...

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MONSTER APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

MONSTER APPLES. liudcr the heading "Largest Applo in the World," tlie " Westminster Ua zoltc" writes:-"The largest and heav iest apple ever grown in tlic world lias been raised this season in Itinglaud-at King\s Acre, liereioid. it js a Gloria Mundi. It Weighs 110 loss than iJ2i ounces, and the annouuooment of its advent has created quite a sensation m the 1'ruit world. Tnis wondeilul applo was grown in uu ciovun-incU ilowor pot, tho tree producing six mammoth iruits at the same time, it was this very tree which boru the giant apple oi' l'Jlu Coupling tho advent of these muiistei apples with tho fact that thia season in one plantation in the South oi Eng land, ^ there wero hundreds oi treoa carrying over 10 bushels ot immense apples per tree, equal to over 801) bush eJb to the acre, it looks as ii commer cial fruit culture was proving a verit able gold mine. To uuow tho >mp.nt njnoo attached to this latest coiosBai fruit, six casta have boon taken of *t, so that a .permanent reco...

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OF RURAL INTERE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

OF MURAL INTEKaL!'. V { (Tljr "Kiiiiticuo 'I ileiv. ale many .stories as lu the N'H't'lK'l'H I . .iTUOty i» »K.i It;, ImI i wico, *. ti>i v.i.nri^ j', u> i:at as lIk'iI' ituiiiJici , i iic nr/uij i^aniui j.-. juijil<u;ti,ii'fn wiiuornt s.-, u, prouigal tro pical proniieiie>s. I'oi those oesnous of gaimng iUit'i'juuvlou as to tin- aeuial it ik nu:<v*ary to ink*: all uiu .nones, and juuj»oi iiwiii by i |u: ipiaiiUca," mjiis a,.d exj-erieiu'c of uie ;iu t-iiors. in tins way a cmnnbuMoh f»y .vir. Allan Hood, .i \ auoria, who h>.ids a position mi i.jicr ylovenmienu exp. r». menial larm ut iialenelor, is n'i inuiiesi and possibly oi value. it.- writes: iuougni thai- you inignc caie to know sumo i>i llu: latest coneenmig ttn> farm. I'lioro have been .so many auwvhe iv.ji.uris, ana unLrue, thai a .gels very i o read iu:n . «.*,11 we Had a good crop of cou-pea io si art SV'llll . 'til.* iaOj)glVW Wvl; Tig-lu II.mi tiio tunc n *\as sown. it, was pl.inic...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Corrcspoiidouti.) An industry which is nut new, but which ijv-Viua to bo developing, ha* beim much in evidence lately. it is that in which ladies more ore lest, young, sow harrowing tales of blighted hopes and mangled ail'eciions into the oars of sympathetic jurymen. and reap sub stantial crops in the *lmpe of damage, bike ail enterprises that open up pros pects of big easy money- lo wit, pic ture tlwws, dance halls, and Tango ieas - ihis will probably be exploited jor all it is worth. Hut the jield for it i.s 2)ot Jikoly to remain ea*y. hike the wild duck a few days a her the opening of the reason, tlnj quarry i* likely to become* wary. Ji, therefore, does not call lor an altogether absurd stretch of imagination to carry us for ward to tho tune when thi stationers will stock, in addition to the custom ary forms for making a will and such like, blank agreement forms which can readily bo filled in with a fountain pen or indcJ/bio i/cnci), by the Jig...

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THE UPAS TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

THE UPAS TREE. Tin* bark of the upas tret- of Jam is over an inch thick, ami full of a .strong juicc, tho merest touch of u'iiich up<m Lliy .skiii produces a most painful ami irritating rash. Tiiu Java natives ubo this juico for jotting rid of their euumR'a. To .satisfy a private revenge, they hide u howl of it in tho room <>i a sleeper, and by tho morning tho victim Jias succumbed to its evil eil'ects. Tho Huid gives olf a moist poisonous can, which produces stupor, and finally Milk junl i-ri'iui) can ho i-ipont-«| with out starter, hut Us use is in most onses to ho strongly recommended. By [ starter tho right kind of bacteria am suro to 1"' in the milk or cream. These commodities ripen either <juickly on slowly, according to tho kinds oi: gurme I in thorn in the first instance, and other \ factors. By tho .judicious application J of st-artor, tho ripening of milk or cream can be controlled.

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BROOKVILLE MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 April 1914

BROOKVILLB MAIL * SKHVIUE. The following le'ter from the Deputy Postmaster General has been received by Mr Bennett, 11H.R,: " With reference to the 'mull service, three tiajBB per wetk, between Tungio Wpsti and Brookvillp, I bpg to inform you that only one tender wbb received for this service for the triennial ppriod 1914/17, and in the accepted off»r id was stipulated that) ilia forward and return journeys be made on tho Bame day. Under existing arrangements tho miilman leaves Tongio West for Brooltville on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, returning toTongio Wesb on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. There is ab preseub a deficiency of £28 2i GJ in connection with this service, bud tho acceptance of the tender submitted for the ensuing terra will reduce the umounb by £18. to is considered than a service provided under tliB conditions stated will ade quately meet) requirements. The time table relating to the Tongio West* Brookvillo mails will therefore ba altered as from the 1st Jul...

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