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PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. Frequent milking, but only a littlo at a time, is found one of the bust pre ventives, and for thin reason leaving thy oalf with tlio cow (some say for 2i hours; but for a week i.s better) is gonorally successful. As gross feed ers, good doers, and heavy milkers aro moro liable, it is a good plan to tako these off green feed, and put on a .spare diet of dry fodder n week before calving. About threo or four days he lore calving a purgative is advisablo. For this, Suz. glauber salts, luz. gin ger, and a littlo troacle, in a quart of water, will bo fouiid effective. As tlio aeeepted euro by means of pure air pumped into the udder seems to point to the fact tlmt an anaerobic (without air) bacteria i.s the cause, it is advis abl3 on this and other grounds to vig orously disinfect floor and walls of byrcsj vugs, utensils, etc., and flush out tno oow. A milk-fever outfit should always bo kept, so that pure air can bo pumped in, and the udder and sur roundings disin...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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LADIES' COLUMN. TO RENOVATE BALCK LACE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

LADIES' COLUMN. , TO niSNOVATE BLACK LAOE. To restoro the colour and generally to freshen up black lacc, dip In suc cessive bnsins of cold tea until 4t ia clfnn. Then strotch It carefully on. black silk until it is dry. To stretch the lace pin each little point on cither margin of the lace.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

The Greafi Defender Hearne' Bronchitis Cure. Meame's BrosieMife Cuair© Thoao who have taken thio medicine are amazed at ito splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Adthnuv Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreneso in the chedt, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Cold3 on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where " Coughs" have, on their first appearance, boon properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally aufficie^, end a complote cure is certain. 0 Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. foii=3S% - M Q mm iroa'i^ For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. COA/S/G/V YOUR PRODUCtz "r e .. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

Spells Perfection in Liqupr. Jt js a Popular Tonic, The itching, burning, suffering and loss of sleep caused by eczemas, rashes and irritations of the skin and scalp are at once relieved and permanent skin health restored in most cases by warm baths with Cuticura Soap followed by gentle applications of Cuticura Ointment. booklet tin the euro and treatment of the skin and scalp, sent po.nt-frco. Address II. Towns & Co.. SyUucy.N. y. W. PUBLIC INFORMATION. Postal Notices. Caauills Tongio West Swift's Orook linsny Tambo Crossing Bruthen Bairnsdalo Melbourne J Hinnomunjio and Benambra-Olosae at J moo at 6 a.m. daily. Retara mnila duo at 5.30 p.m. .Close at Omeo ou Cloao at> Omeo dally at 6 o'clook a.m. Return mails due at Omoo 6.30 p.m. Ulon Willa .Sunnyeido Loose Bag Tuesday, Thurs. I day and Saturday I at 6 a.m , itoturn mails duo , Omeo Monday, I Wed. and Fri. j at 4.30. p.m. Cobungra.-Loaves Oraoo 9.1b a, 01 Saturday. Leave Cobungra on re turn samo day at 1.30 p.m. Arrive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

Jam Season, 1914. - . i JWWID E AKINS^ v General Storekeepeiy Omeo .<^v! « r, . tr~-T-TT,... c il^' Invites the attention of.-.tlie Public to his Stock of ^ : Eriamelled Preserving Pans, , Jam Jars, Spoons, Ete. ..»r Suitable for the present favorable Season for HOME JAM MAKING. . Telephone No., 8. DAVID EAKINS; Grass and Olover Seeds. Write for Samples and Quotations of IRISH. WESTERN DISTRICT and XKW ZEAT.\N"D RYE GRASS, COCKSFOOT. CLr'YKR. DWARb' ESSEX RAPE AND OTHER AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. ifgr Where risks are so great the only reliable course is to procure fr^m a Trainei Seedsman. With no large City rents to pay I can quote High-j:rade Seeds delivered! a", your nearest Railway station, freight paid ami below Melbourne prices. Samples free. Geo. Smith, Seed Importer, Ballarat. (Lite (.f Hurst ,t Son, Loudon) Melbourno Address. Bos 164 G P.O. AucUonoarb' "ToticaT. AM P, p fl . fiiftUH!-1 nUii wv yJ.) Catftle 'Salesmen, Stock a ad Station,Geuer:ii Acronts, BAIKNSDALK, GII'P...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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FAREWELL PERFORMANCE [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

FA R E.W li liL P K K FO H M AN C H The departure of Mr VV. J. M'Coy, jun , from the district was tilcen ad vantage of by the inemb»rs of the Omen Comedy company to ijivi- liim n » parting wi-li of " Good-bye and Gorl'.s speed." Mr M'Coy has been mm of the leadinu.char-tc'eis in the ciinpmv for pom"'. yearn and his ability «nd versatility in assuming llie man of many parts has been the clpiit>hr, of our local play goers ; consequently those whn had i;m>- »nd again witnessed his rffiF-iH were only ion glad to attend tlii- f perform ,nce in tho Shire liall on Thursday evening, Tli- ha I w.s 1 . Iiitfiahly filled when lb- i-urmiu rani; up, mid the drama, "The Nnhle Outcasr," as d-picted hy the Company was placed as an nppe lining dish before tho audience. Each of 'he characters was played exce1 lently and wi'h good rfif-ct, many of the audience being visibly affected- at Home nf i lie more touching and pathetic scenes. On ihe whole the performance was quite up to anything staged ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BAIRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BAIRNSDALU TO MELBOUIINB. Each day, 2 15 p.m. ; arriving Melbourne 10.-iG p.m. %Mo;t»ing troind, Monday, Thure day and Saturday at 5.40 a.m. j arriving Melbourne 1 20 p.m. MKLBOURNB TO BAIRN\SI)aLE. Each diy at 7-52 a.m. ; arriving liatrns* d ile 3.25 [) m. Night truiiH, Monday, Wed* ut?nday, Kndny and Saturday; 4 HO p.m. ; arriving liuirutsdale 12 minutes past mid ni^ht.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE OUTBACK WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

THE OUTBACK WOMAN. (By l'aralli( in Auckland "News.") life Iifotl i* paid to thoso now numerous .-settler:; located in what lor lack of a better tuna i.s failed tho outbacks. In u oil-populated countries wherein com paratively decent, metalled roads an; formed, and by means of wliich tin* ordinary traveller derives his views ol agricultural and pastoral liio, there is little to arre.si, attention beyond the passing recognition ol a somewhat soli tary existence which is to a great ex tent compensated by a freedom iroin tt.au conventionalities and by pictur esque rural surroundings that appeal to the majority of mankind. in such locations the settlers are often to bo envied, for they enjoy a life healthfu. in the extreme, are fairly well catered for by country .storekeepers, receive lheiv"maiU at dialed periods, and ex cept during iho most part of the winter ..solstice are enabled to comfortably tra vel and congregate at tho customary district gatherings which form feature* Di tho far...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

OF'RURAL INTEREST (JJy "ltusticus.'') A I. tin1 limo of writing tin: Itl|' iinlitiici an! not. cheering. 'I'll" lung-continued dryness and tin- adv nt. of mornings that suggest rh < ai h of irese point to ;i bad winter. This applies particularly Id the dairying industry. Til.' Western district, is li;,d.y in nvi d <if immedato rniti, which, if 11," fulls within tht! next week or .so, might tuus.; an incri'iiso in tho supply nf 11 li 1U and butter. t)> Imrwisn it will ho very unlikely that any increase will take place in ilio supply Doming lo Melbourne lrom lh.it quarter mini Juno or July. Tho liultor nnw comuik In Melbourne from many lactones ih vrry poor in unality. Owing to tl>o small .supplies uf cream in many parts nf tho country farmers' cans take lou der t" fill, and consequently produce only very indiirerciit butter, Coud; i urns ara generally very dry along tlio Murray, leas than 5iu. of l'ain having fallen in nine months. Tlio irr.gatiou areas ar...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? 11 a very common belief among fanners, remarks tlio "Scientific Am erican," that a post will last longer il' set Jji tho ground tho reverse of the way it grow in the tree; in other words, with tlio butt end up. Accordingly, 0110 sees many posts, especially end and gate-posts, with tlio small end down. Tim supposition is, that sap in a tree is always ascending; 0rj at least, that it in easier for tho sap to go tip than down. Consequently, it is argued, turning a post upside down tends to prevent tho rise of water, helps to taop tho wood dry, and therefore renders it Jess liable to decay. As a matter of fact, .sap or water can How in either direotiou with equal facility, and tho popular notiun to the contrary is in correct. Careful experiments on tho relativo durability ol post timbers have, been mado bv the Oiiio Agr/ctiltural Kxperi . nient Station, and the above question was considered. Ono fence in particu lar contained J.0(j black locust posts, o...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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AGRICULTURE IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

j AGRICULTURE IN GERMANY. Kditud at the Knglish Foreign Oi iico and Jioard of Trade, tho report oi: thu Consul-General iur the important disinuo of IJusseldort iias just boon .is sued, Thia report- contains some highly instructive information about tho ptisi tion of agriculture to Germany, ami altords a glanco at n* enormous tleve 1 he wheat and sugar beetroot CIO[js ol' LD12 wero very much larger luan those of 11)11. Unfortunately, tho quality ol: tho crops waB .somewhat marred by the unpropitious weatr.er; tho latter rather spoiled tho spring sown barley and oat crops, and all iho wheat crops suite-red irom the wet .sum in.r. Tlio ryo crops, which ripen ear lier, wero good, bolb in quantity and quality., Tho statistics for tho last three y< ars show an increase of 300,000 tons in tho wheal crop ami an increase of 732,UK) toiiti w.r the ryo crop. Tho rye <rop. of 1012 was a record one. Tho oat ,and barley crops wore larger in J012 than 101J, aiut tho potato cr...

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AN OFFER OF BLOOD! [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

AN OFFER OF BLOOD! A young man or eerious mien and robust appearance walked into tho casualty ward ab Yelbourno Hos pital oris nigliti last week and said ho wished to sen n diiator. Tho attendant asked the usual question as tho naturo of tho 11 patient's " ailment or injuries. Thfi young mm declared tlinli there was nothing whatever tho matter with him, but1, nevertheless, he insisted upon seeing a dootor. Ho was taken to Dr. Southey, to whom ho said, in n|| apparent seriousness, " D> ynu happen to want any blood-human blood?*' The dootor replied thai, hn was of peaceful disposition - wanted no man's blood. Cut, at the smie limn ha was constrained to inquire whit the stranger meant by tho quesiiin. Tho young man said there was no particular significance at Inched to his question. His was actuated by n purely philanthropic motive. IJ0 felt BO very full of blrod that ho f noai>Iit thab thn loss of a few pints wou'd not do him any harm, and that, perhaps his blood mishb bo used t...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO PLAINS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

OMEO PLAINS | FROM OUR CORRESPONDBHT. | There are already in exiatpncfl on the Plains three tenuis club?, with ft f.iurih in prospective This f»ct lervea to remind ono of Jerome K. Jerome's immortal book, "Sfcageland," iu which he mentions the hero's house as a placo " which mikes up in green stuff over the porch whit it lacks in s'z) and convenience" So, it may be s-iiil, the Plains make up in tennii clubs what it lucks' in sizi and con rpuicncp." So, it) may be said, tba Plain? II) -ko up ia tennis clubs what they l»ck iu population. The Be uiiubra and Morass clubs have been in existence about four years, wbilo .the Wayside club, tho court of which is "ituated on a piece of ground adjoining Mr J. J. Pendergast'd property, is a small but tl>urishiug concern with I membership of ten or a dozen. It ia understood that Elinuomunjie, which ?ilieady possesses several good players, intend* forming n club next season if practicable. On Easter Monday a team of Omeo tennis players journey...

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FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

FKDliHAL PAIUIAMENT. Tii*» fndi»ral p-ir'i»aunnf whs opem-d 1.11 Wednesday by »l»i» Governor. Gener.d, and after the addres*-in-rept) had been m-»ved the fo'lmvni" »*r» ^ubjec's which members in ihe Kep'»«. ju-ntatives »u'f notice of <heir inten tion to move n-^o utions durum th» tension : Alteration «'f. c institution t(» prc vid- for the inuiativo and ri'f'-'-Miduui, Mr l3.<u(iPlt; increase in «h* p'tym n of old i^O and invalid pen-i-m-, .Mr Cinpmao ; realtirui-w m.. -.f u.m ..?sn ti. 1 i ion in f .vor of H >m Ku-e p -4- >i hy the Li<>use uu 19th M »y, 1905, M Mi'h>*ws; expunging from ihe jour nuh of the Hoiihr the resolutions *u? pcudiui* Mr M Grath, Mr Thomas; introduction of legislation dealing with iho lieef tru-it, iV v Sh irpn ; pr«?enU iion of full reports of evidence and proceeding before the Inttrafs*t.o Com mission periodically, Mr Fenton; Federal divorce law, Mr Maloney ; h'jiirtUtion regarding decimal coin:tgp, Mr Dink"! ; p...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. Tho foMowinj* worn ibp rcjal'a of ih« Association mitchna pUyori in Mt-iljournn on SuuuUy : - Port M**l linurnn 7 23 boat Norheou* 0 9 j Hfi(>hton 7.G hnai, North M»vb:iur»ip 5 G ; F'«»tscrfiy 7 13 heat Brunswick 78; Fn^mlon 11.1*2 b"rt Hiwhom 10.12 ; Willi.'tmstown G.12 htMt Prah l 5.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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SWIFTS CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

[FROM oun UOWIESPONDENT.'] On Wednesday morning Mist Dib O'B-ien of 11 Negoura " was married to Mr W. llntli, Btato school teacher of Oreonva!''. Tho wedding waa t qt,i0|, one, only thn personal friends of the happypair being present, Ati firab it waa intended to c»rry pub tho cere mony (in the newly orected Catholio church, hut! owing to tho aorions ill. nesa of the bride's mother, ill had to bn performed at tho " Negoura " home, stead, to tho great disappointment of numerous friends of iho brido ana bridegroom, who wero both very popular. The annual Catholic ball was held on Friday nighf, but owing to the welcome rain which waB filling the attendance was not up to the average, Those present however spent an en j >yable evening, and if tho event nag not no successful as usual from a finan cial point of view, it was socially, A. marquee had been erected and ar rangements mad- for a sit down (up per, but owing to tho rain this could not be carried out and refreshments had to be ha...

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HOW DYSPEPTICS CAN EAT WHAT THEY WANT WITHOUT PAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

HOW DYSPliPTlUS CAN EAT WHAT THEY WANT WITHOUT PAIN. Iii tho vnat' m<j -irily ot case?, states ft leading specialist, indigestion,*dys pepaia and other sc-salled stomach troubled are in 110 way duo to tho fault of the stomach itrelf, but almost en tirely to fermentation of tho food couti'n's ami the icsultant formation of acid and gas which irritate and in fUme tin; deljcito lining of the titoiuich, and uunaturally diateud the *toinach walN, Ciusiug displacement i.f ihe vital orgnua und d*ngeroun procure ou tho heart and lung**. He Osiimitca that 9G per cen', <f all atom ich pain0, eiiher acuto or ohouic, aro directly or indire»'ly due to acid fermentation ; all of which ho ban proved cm be avoided by neutralising the acid and stopping th» fermentation by means of a timple antacid Unowu among mid obtainable from a'l ohemis'H under the n»»ine of bi*un»ied magneM«; half a toaHpoonful in h lit ilo wiif-r immediately nf er eating, effV'C'ivHiy preventing the Bliuhe...

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

rHE OMEO STAMPARD. With which Is Incorporated the' Omeo Telegraph.. . .. . TUESDAY, APRIL .U, 1914. Mcorschatim tributers, Sunnyside, crushed 40 tous for G5 oz gold. Mt Murphy Wolfram, Benatnbra, 2Gtli. No. 2 tunnel to >138fb.; struck another leader, carrying good wolfram Sin, wide 41ft. from last leader or 4*2 4ft. from mouth, of tunnel; couutry rock, hard. Inspector J, M. Hewitt has been trans ferred from Bairmdule to the chargo of the Mialand police district, Maryborough. Promotion goes with tho transfer as Mr Hewitt has received the rauk of superin tendent. The fortnightly meeting of the Omco branch of the A.N. A. will bo held in tho A.N,A. Hall on Tuesday. At tho conclusion of the lodge business there will be a lecluro on A Trip to tj>e tiouth Sea Islands by Hev. vV. C. Tippett, illustrated by lantern elides 7'he public are Invited to attend. Tho GippMaud and Northern Co-opera tive Selling Co., Ltd, Ins been appointed the wholesale distributing agents inr the Gippaland Co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

Ia Memoriam. PENDEicuAsr.-lu loving memory of my dcir liusbintl and our dear father, Charles Pondergust, who di-pirteil this life at Omco, on April 20, 1912,-R.l.P. Immaculate_Hc.nL of Mary, Your prnyen-'for him extol ; Sacied heurt of Jefua, Have mercy on hid aoul ! - Inserted by his loving wife any family*

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. CRISIS IN MEXICO. AMERICAS ULTIMATUM. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS* [FUOM oun COKHKSPONDKNTJ. CIUS1S IN MEXICO. A M.BtilCAy 'mJSl M ATU M. JtELIJpUIUV.A^Ho.VDAY. Thn rsiln itioa TietVed^ America ami Mexico is becoming'm'oro acute Tlio Amoricau.stnia'Tli'pa'rtinent admits tlint) it is the qravosb crisis since tlin Spnnish-Amcricin war. The American ultimatum provide?, thab General Huerta musb salute tho American before G p.m. on Sunday, which means mid-day today our time. General Iluorta requested that Ame rici should fire pun tor pun, hut. America refused an(T insists upon the full salute of twenty-nno puns beinp fired hy Mexico ; tho American Runs willjthen reply. If lh<> salutn is not Eiven Presiclenb Wilson will meet Conprfsi today, and taka steps to enforce the demand. The American cabinet is unnnmious in refu>ini» to allow General Huerta any morn tinv.

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