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UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES. MOTHER'S GRATITUDE TO ZAM-BUK FOR CHILD'S CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

UNSIGHTLY SUA LP SORES. MOTHKit'.-} UllATI I'UDK TO XAM-IiUK FOIl CHILD'S CUiU-;. " When two yt.nrs ago my son Frank tiiul an outbreak (if disease on liis lieu'l,1 a-lys Mrs H. Iliye?, of 3 Ciancy Street, 13 lulder, W. A , " die diseaso spread over hii heiul ill the form of largo mattery sores, then developed into thick crusts, which emitted ft very unpleasenr, smell, tlid bend was ii solid unsightly tuiss of disease, mid his condition grew worse mid worse, and finally bionno vpry-serious. " Knowing what n splendid thiug /5unBuk whs fur fores and injuries, m'O decided to try this tulm mid 'A iu Buk Soip. His lifiud was bulled with hot wutrr nnd ^'in-Biik >So»p, and then regularly mid carr fully diiwid with Xtiu-Iiulc B-ilm, After a few days the dischorgo wnB rnded, ond all crueb oamo away, leaving tho tkiu beneath nico and clean. An we per sisted dressing liis head willi un-Biik, tho BoreB mid tender places healed up, mid new liiip grew in pluce of iliati destroyed hy the disease...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CARE OF FARM IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

CARE OF FARM IMPLEMENTS. Of course, a well coustructcd tool house iB tho best placo iu which. to stofo and oar© for farm implements, but thu majority of farms do not havo thom. (Ja most farms tho tool-shod is circu lar ; its roof is tlx© lumamont and tlivi lircular wall is tho horizon. This is not ahvays becauso tlio farmer does no! appreciate tho benefits derived from s wull-construcU'd shelter for liis tool* but moro ofteu because ho does not feo that his financial cmidition will warrant tho building of such shelter.. Thcs< words aro written for tho bonetit <') tho man that does not havo adequate shelter for his tools in the liopo of liolp injj; him iu giving his implements th< best caro possible under tlio oircuiustan ces until such timo as ho can afford U build a tool shed. In tlio iirst place, whoro mi itnplo ment is constructed partly of wood removo tho woodon parts and give thou either a coat of paint or of crudo koro bono. Crudo oil is ono of...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KITCHEN HINTS. FOR BUSY HOUSEWIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

KITCHEN HINTS. FOH HUSV HOUSEWIVES. A!; ^ llioy will pioyont tfio lino of bhick'd'n,": loiiiitny en ilio wall-paper which a,, ir \v!!l MVO,1i'siropictures, Tom l,rl7-ullS il fro,n burning " in oi out firo liars turning red rui. with ii mw onion or wonl: tro'icln i watvr, limn apply tlio lilpoUloml win » nig or S(,ft brusli, "ml \-oU will a l.rilhaiit polish which will roimiii. 'J'""? pictures on « plastorcd »h|| ! (l'o nail into cold W!Ul,r tfe-taLr1 » 1,011 nlll|c "-itliont four of burnim l>nt. two "r throo tnblospooufiils "[ ler 1)1 tlio wuicepan; lot, it I,oil rapidly lor two or three, minutes; add tho mi ; liro nuo'llo1."'1 bUrn' ',mvovor fiurM A Hood cii'iiiiinjr pasto for eiminollcil 1 ZHH. piuls, etc., is made of win,,I I«ns of shaved yellow soap, .soda, dissolved over >)~e mi' in ilio least liossiblo runount ni «atcr required to (coop it from burn . -V small box of brickdust, willi a cork it I,opt at tlio sidu of tho .sink will loiind i,i"si iisol"| fol. tax-in^ stain,...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A RANGE OF 700 MILES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

A HANUE OF 700 MILES. On the Isle of Strife, which marks die furthermost point of lamjvitl dan gerous (.'ape tlaueras, on tlu:\oast of N-.Tth America, lives a doctor 1*y iho name of Sution, who has an indepeiul eni practice .There is nothing remark able in thU^'for the island is largo enough u» support him, and many doc tor have island practiees, but Dr. Silt ion is noiod because i hero is a large Mi,tie of his "doctoring ' that is actu ally dono by wireless. Ships are constantly passing Capo IJatioras and people are constantly 1 ,<. 1tmg sick, not with sea-sickness, but more dangerous illnesses, aboaid these ships. There are many storm-tossed tdiip.s passing hero also, and many a sailor is injured in tho storm. I (oca use of all this, if tho sufferers are really in a bad way, their symp toms aro'llashed to the wireless suition lioiu tlio ship. Dr button .siudios these symptoms and then, aficr mak ing a diagnosis as well as possible, pro scribes. His proscription, or inst...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE IS DANGEROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE IS DANGEKOUS. ''Ou^lit tor Ijo ducked in tho 'orse . ho ou.jhtl" declared an ajzgrive'd iairynmn ot;e ovenin^ to tho company in i ho parlour of tho Blue l.'ow.- "Who >u<;birf enquired the landlord. "That tliuro iha,. as was lecturm' »/, Jio institute I/I-: night," replied tho milkman savaj.*" v "What good does \« think Vs v! . people by advisin' !n>m t<» keep oil?"-"Ho's done .110 a hit of iiu»»d .my'ow," said an old .inn sitting in tho comer of tho room; .fYo soli! seven of my goats this aftor . innii to people wat are anxious tor got Mioap milk." . 1: youTro gom; to supply all tho narUh with ^oats, I may as* well shut up ^h.:p, that's all!" tho milkman i^rou]..<!. ''Yer'H laugh yersclf silly .er-mnrrow/' said tlie dealer in goats. ..Well, anyhow," snarled the milk man. "six u* my host customers sent word ihoy won't want any :noro milk 0' morni/i's. So you'll be .soJlm' moro v»ns»ts inayhe." Tho .rnnj.-doalor's face assumed ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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ELECTRICITY ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

ELECTRICITY ON THE FARM. Kkelricity is a coming powor in Now Zealand, uhoru there is mi attiplo sup ply ot rapidly-running water to atlord mea us for its generation. "VVht'ii tho l.nlvc Coleridge scheme, now boing car ried out iji Canterbury, is completed in a low years' time, a decided lift should he given to this modern source it' power and light. A number of laiiijr.s and slaiinn-holders lmvo al leuuy installed their own plants in various parts of tho country. A D»»" uevirke (North Island) farmer put in an electric phmt some years ngo. By its means lie lights his house, his shear ing sheds, ami all out-l>mkiings, sawa his wood, turns his ehurn, runs his ciinli'ouiter. and does a hundred and one oihrr things required on tho farm. From a suit eh in hi.* own bedroom ho con in-ls the whole of tho lighting. Tho power is obtained from a small crook. \ iiiM'iit visitor says there is no other part of Now Zealand that is endowed \u'A\ so much latent electrio power as Taranaki, and lie ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOD MONEY EXCHANGED FO[?] BAD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

GOOd MONEY EXCHANGED FOtt BAD. It may not ho tfencrally known, nl [ Uiou</,h it is a tveU-jiutitontuMk'il iact, : thai thwe is a .recognised market for ! counter-foil' coin, ami that this undo uirablo commodity commands u stand ard stun in exchange for good money, lly way of example, counterfeit ilorinH ol iho best- nmko aro retailed at Uio round rato of 1-/ a dozen. Shillings of n superior sort aro sold at, 7/ a' dozou. Strange though it may seem, tho better ela.sx of counterfeit coins will bear the most minute inspeotiou, and is readily received by all but ex ports. There aro, of courso. a more common 5et nl ".smashers," who turn out an inferior kind of coin. The.io puss at o lower rato amongst, tho fraudulent fraternity. From such folk shilling may ho had for L'/ a do/.eu, while florins ol a baser ;<"rl demand i.1/ a dozen. Tho craft ol tho eountertoiter, by reason of tho admirable dotectivo'systein JIOW at w<»rk t il, is ono that requires the njn...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HER ONLY CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

HER ONLY CORRECTION. A young widow wont to seleet a mo nument for her rocontly deceased hus band. After duo consideration she picked out a stono and ordered the fol lowing inscription placed upon it. My grief is moro than I can bear. The man who was to orect tho monu ment was a little tardy in doing it and tho widow remarried before it was done. This fact w-orrio.l him, as ho feared that ho might have to chance tho wording of tho inscription. So ho called upon the ladv and told Iter that he was now ready to do tho work, and after somo hesitation asked her if she wished to ehango the wording of tho inscrintton in any way. She politely replied: "Xn just I gave it. only add at tho ore! the word 4A.lono/ "

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PURPOSE OF ROOT PRUNING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

PURPOSE OF ROOT PRUNING. _ . /.''J. On tho biibjeol- of root pruning thd following romarks by Mr. Spencer Pic kering, director of tho Wobum experi mental orchard, nro of interest-"Wood formation and fruiting nro to a oortain extent antagonistic to each ollior: ft troo which is growing vigorously will bo too muchexhausted i» tho process to bear heavily; by putting a chock on the growth tho cropping inny bo4 in creased. One method of doing this is by root- jyuning. Tho troo, ir young, may bo liuod bodily, and tho roots shor tened; or if older, a troncli may bo dug down around it and all or Bomo of the roots pruned, Tho chcolc thus given to a troo is a serious ono. In some plots of dwarf applo treos on pa radise stock root pruning has hoen praotisod regularly sin#o tno trees wero planted. In ono ease tins was doos planted. In ono oaso this was dono after 15 years, tho sizo of tliesoi trees was onlv 75 norcont. of that of similar trees which had not been root-pruned; in a second case, t...

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NO CURE, NO PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

NO CURE, NO PAY. Aftor ft lengthened sojourn in Siatn, Dr. 0. S. Braddock has somo quaint stories to relate of tho medicul cus toms in that country, which ho lias bean rolating at lectures to modical students. A medical man in Siaiu is known'as a "molt," but ho lias not tho professional Unowledgo of his British confroro. Ho knows nothing of tho circulation of iho blood, or physiology or chemistry, but ascribes all diseases to ail oxcuss of. ono of tho four ele ments-earth, wind, fire and water-of which, liii says, the body is composed. The liody is divided into 3'J parts, and is subject to 96 diseases. Too much firo causes fever, too muoh water causes dropsy. When a mob is summoned to a house to attend a caso of illness, lio brings his pmtablo dispensary with him, Whether with his sleeping mat, aiu] ho remains in the house of tho pationt un til ho recovers or dies. Tho system of "no cure, no pay," prevails. And tho condition of tho patient can always bo Ascertained, without putting ...

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[?]ING THE GULF ST[?]AM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

CINQ THE GULF ST "AM. eminent mechanical o;;^w-.v<_>r of joklvn, who has already Ia.-cu i os tensible for many large engineering experiments, which have worked «u:. successfully, has just put l«»rv. a;., a schemo for diverting tho Gulf Stream, which American scientists deektro is not only possible of accomplishment, but_ which will be a less serious under taking than tho Panama Canal. The progress already made in tho detail* is so great that it is stated that the Con gress will next sossioti appoint a com mission to invest-ijrato tho sehomo. Tho plan for tho diverting of tho Gulf Stream includes tho provision of a jetty extending for 200 miles in:o the ocean from tho south-eastern point of Newfoundland, varying in wi<i:ii mow*. 40 miles at tho shore to throe miles at tho apex, the jetty to bo constructed of tin- sediment carried by the or,.an currents. This .jetty would have tho ellVet of M'j.rua 11 ng tin* Unit ^:r,ai:i and the Labrador current, with the re...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. Consternation has been caused in business circles in Auckland by the discovery of a banknote -swindle. A largo number ol spurious .I'K) notes has been circulated, the torgcry being so clever' thai even the bank ollieiah w ore detvived. The tender of Mr. Jas. Hogg bus been accepted lor the erection ol' the but lei* factory buildings at Derrinal lum. IIu< price is .ClM-St and the buildups are to bo completed by the cud ol Juno. Fort v-cight applica tions were received for tbe position ol manager and ^secretary. Percy Hott ami Thomas lauiot, two youths, wore charged at the Coll'ng wood Court on Wednesday with ail offence under the Defence Act, having tailed to return to eust«<\. Hotb were ordered to Queen-ruff i*»t less tor ^0 days. 'Total exports ol wheal and Hour from the Commonw ealt b since the mid dle ol December amount approximately to W..y>3,ns bushels, or !.0.V.M7.'> tons, against 'Jo,ISA,bushels. or tons, lor the corresponding period l...

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A MATTER OF PRECAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

A MATTER. OF PRECAUTION. Ono day a very nervous, timid-looking woman, accompanied by a robust far mer man, came ott tho platform of a littlo railway station at a remote coun try spot. For a short time she seem ed to devoto her attention to the time table, but not finding lier tlio satis faction she sought, she stepped up to the station-muster as lie came out of the ofiico. "Will ymi pleaso tell liio if tlio 3.15 has gonu yet?" sho"asked, in apparent content. "Yes, about 20 minutes ago," lie replied. "And when will the '1.30 come along, do you think!'" "Why, not for some time yet, of course." "Arc there any ex presses beforo then?" "No," "Not one?" "Any lujrgage trains?" "No." "Nothing at all?" "Nothing what ever." "Are you quite sure? "Cer tainly, X am, or I wouldn't, havo said so." "Then," said tho timid woman, turning to her husband, "I think we 11 crosi tho tracks, William."

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

SOIL PROBLEMS. Scientists have viewed the properties of llio soil from many standpoints. At one time it was thought that tho solu tion'of the fertilising pruMem irouM be found by tho return to tho soil of the principal fertilising ingredients extract ed by the crop. This seemed simple enough, but unfortunately had to be abandoned as unsatisfactory, as it Jiro out of account tho complex'nature of. tho soil and the ehomieal, biological, and physical agencies, which all exert influences of a more or less important character. Of late years these obscure agencies havo received moro attention, and tho importance of further investi gation seem to bo well warranted. Their study lias booomo an established and well recognised part of tho soil prob lem. Bacterial activities have, under tho light of modern scieuco, been shown to exert a great influence in soil pro ductiveness, tho kinds and abundance of the bacteria carrying in tho- func tions of fertility according to tlio suit ability of thei...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER lKn;ni our .Sjioi-iai Conoipomieut.) lniue*. ug d.-ta.L .11 cnnnroii ):: wit! the S-aie c.ucjuiuii .ysiem ai\ turnisb ed in ljje ;;jji»uaj report oi the Djvetor Dealing w.vli the year ilJ13, it stat<?< that *no : umber of liay achuots wai 2120, tvmpri>.ng 2031 lull time and 9i pari-tiiiu* .-cho^ls. During the yeai tSj schools were added to the rull,\anc 51 woro struck off. Of the 2120 daj schools in operation, not fewer thai* 732 are maintained for an average at tendance of 20 pupils or less. The expenditure per pupil in small tchooh is thus very lioavy, amuuutnig in some cases to as much as iJll pi r child foi expenses of lu&uuesiuu alon-k. Itcoeui legislation has added mater.ally to tin coat of these school*, tor, in order U aicuro teacher*, lor them, .t lias Leei found nece.-sary to increase ,,1.. salar ies offered. Women head teachers o* tht- sixth, ur lowest, class a. . now re ceiving salaries from JL'JLIO mic imum t( £130 maxim...

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THE TELEPHONE NEWSPAPER. IT TALKS ALL DAY AND PLAYS NIGHTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

THE TELEPHONE NEWSPAPER. TALKS ALL DAY AND PLAYS NIGHTLY. > Wo have long been threatened wllh tho telephone newspaper-news paper that will tell the subscriber confidentially with, a human voico at any hour of the day, not only the latest bcwe, but all the news. Mr. H. Q. Wells pictured it a lcn^ time a so. It was a public instru ment, stationed at every street cor ner, telling the public in stentorian tonrs all that concerned lliem. But the telephone newspaper service which Mr. Arthur F. Colton describes as just established at Newark, New Jer sey, is much more inj.imn'u -{Ml simple, but still a very fascinating affair. Its title is the ' Telephone Herald.' The subscriber does -not read the ?'Telephone Herald.' but merely lis tens to it. He may listen to as much or as little of it as ho likes; but whether he listens or not tlio 'Herald' grinds on in om continuous edition from 8 o-elock in tl>2 morn ing until 10.30 o'clock in the even ing. Its news is constantly on tap, like wat...

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

PARKIN, Four tcacupfula of fine oatmeal, oils teacupful of moist sugar, ono cupful of treacle, half a pound of creamed butter, one small teaspoon fut of soda, a small teaspoonful of cream of tartar, three eggs, wliitetj an! yolks to be whipped separately, a lew caraway speds, and some chopped candied lemon peel. Bake fqr an hour and q hfiU iR a mgdep ate pvci). Try oatmeal for cleaning wl)it,Q L'nlilt in bedrooms, Eiip ft damn ilo'.li in the oatmeal aud rub tbo ta'nt well over with thiiJ. Then wipe with a clean damp clotb and [olish with a cleSn duster. Oat meal is especially effective for re moving finger-marks from doors. When you are preparing the coppep for v a-:hi 11 f; add oue teaspoonful of boras to tfr: cold water. .When it has boil.d you will find yqu only rg-; lii'iie half (he (iuaiit|Ity of sqap. .Thin, vh n your white clothes are naly to boil, add one teaspoonful of born'c to tin.. w:ater,v.:nnd you w(l| have tji-' clollpg Jjejiutilul and white. Tji at d : '"Is tills n g...

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A STRANGER TO THE WILD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

A STRANGER TO THE WILD. Tlie schooner which had fallen oa such sudden doom among the S^. Lawrence reefs had sailed from Opp . to with a cargo, chiefly wine, foi Quebec. Driven Jar south. of her course by ft terrific no easter roaring down the L^rsV° ' she had run into a fog as the wind fell, and been swept to har fate in. the grip oi an unknown tide-dnft. On board, as it chanced, travelling as liri honorea Pfissenger, was a Anqly bred, White' Spanish stallion ot Barb descent, who had been shipped to Canada by one of the heads oii the Ereat house of Robin, those fishing princes of Gaspe. When the vessel struck, and it was seen tliat her fate was imminent ami Inevitab e «W captain had lpqsed the beautiful lion from his stall,, that at the lart he might at least have a chaflce tg fight his own 6gUt for J' 0' . , so it came about that, partly thro-ugli his own agile alertness, partly by the singular favour of fortune, he M avoided getting hi? s«ni legs bro ken in tl*e hideous upheaval c...

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WHERE CHILDREN ARE BOUGHT AND SOLD. CHILD SLAVES OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

WHERE CHILDREN ARE BOUGHT AND SOLD. CHILD SLAVES OP THE TWEN TIETH CENTURY. Pcrlinps one of tho most pathetic sights in Europo is that to be seen every year at Fricdrlchshafcn, on the Ln' e of Constance, wlicn tho yearly market of Tyrolcso children is held, cnl hundreds of peasant farmers come from Baden, Wurtcmberg, and Bavaria to bid for child labour for tho senron's farm work. This year, at the recent market, 125 boys and twenty girls, between the ages of eleven and sixteen, were tn'icn to Fricdrichshafcn on a special steamer, under the care of a Roman Catholic priest-for it is only fair to mention that the business of the child market, which is of great an tiquity, is now arranged by n clerical cociety-and were mustered in the market-place like so mnny cattle. The peasant farmers scrutinised the 1 oys and girls., sometimes feeling their biceps, and then made an oiler to the priest. Owing to the demand this year be ing much greater than tho supply, says the 'Standard,' tho prices...

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ARTIFICIAL MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 21 April 1914

ARTIFICIAL MEAT. According to tho Paris daily-journals a Belgian .-oicntist, M.. Jiiiront, lias succeeded iu producing artiiieial meat, and this ia another advance made by modern chemistry, after the synthesis of vegetable extracts or perfumes and even the albumens which are the base of iiviug substance. M. Effroiit now uses a remarkable process for indus trial preparation ol' nitrogenous foods at- a very low price, and tiieso aro said to rcftfemblo ordinary meat in a strik ing degree. Ho uses different resi dues ut mauufaetures which are almo>t wurtlue.ss, buck its brewery or distillery refuse products," and irom these he extracts a loud albumen. The refuse material is iirst washed, then pressed and treated by sulphuric acid and al teruards by lime, being then put through other operations whicli'kue tou long to enumeruto, ending by filtering and evaluating in vacuo. The result is a pasty extract which has a very pronounced taste of meat and has three times the food value of the ...

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