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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

WHY HAIR FALLS OUT. THE CAUSE-AND ITS PRE VENTION. Dfl. N. DUCLAUD, Your hair falls out either because the roota shrivel up and die or bRoau£« the;eoalp relaxes: and looseiiB ita hold upon the hair roots. This in alrnosb invariably due to dandruff germs which rob the hair of its nutrition, actually starving it to death. To atop falling hair and provent total or par tial baldness the dandruff must! be destroyed, For this pupose, physt /rtana and hair apeoialiata now inva ribly preaortba'a lotion composed of } dram menthol crystals, 3 ounces of bay rant, and ono ounce of lavona de composes, ltub well into the soalp with the finger tips, and every dand ruff germ will be deatroyed within (iwo or three days. The hair will flop falling out and begin to grow ah an amazing rate, aud brittle and Boanty hair will quickly become aoff, glossy and luxuriant, The results following tl)e use of this formula are so. truly romarkablo that I strongly adviBO every reader whose hair falls out to (;ive i...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CASSI[?]IS. TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

OA SSI LIS [FltOM oun CoitHESroNDENT. TENNIS. A pleasant afternoon wna Bpenti among8b Utuiia players on Easter fy|onday at the Peutral Qnasilis oot^rtj whero some interpsting gainea wpre played. A lii>udicap tournament had been, arranged for lady and gentlemen, iho piiaea boinj; afet oiaerviotte rings, presented by the club, for tho bucobsb fill lady ; and a case of pipes, presented by Mr Bruuton, being the reward for tho winning gentleman, Th'a former pri?o was wou by Mies ^ericag(!( while Mr J. Tulbob annexed llie pipes. In ihe evening a most; enjoyable danco waa held, 33 couplt'B paying f-r admio eion, Mra Schwurzo (piano) provided excellent niusio and Mr J. Talbnb acted us M.O. in hia usual efQoieut Htyli>, ORIOKKT. A team representing The Swamp, Offleo, viaited Cussilis on 9»tur4»yi or rather five of them turned up at u1ol|t 4 p.m., the remainder appearing op the scene'sotnewhero about 5 o'oloob. Moat waB Riado will; tho litpited titpe at their disposal, and Oassilia havi...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OMEO GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

OMIfiO GOLF GLUtf Tho annual meniing of the abova club was held «t tin* Public Lib. rury, on tin' 15 b iuat., tha president, Mr A. S L'lurio, occupying the chair. Tin' hnUnce sheet for ihe previuua year, which was adopted, di-olosed » credn b iliince of £2 12-". The mem niT.-hip fees werti fixed at 10i 6 i for ijeulleinen »nd 7s Gi for Indies The links «r« bi'iii!» attended tu opd wjl| In- in order for piny shortly. ID whs decided to huvo l,ho opening day oirly uexD month. The fol'owinj; oflico bearers were appointed: President, Mr J*s SIIHIH liun ; coramnlet', Messrs Sh'inxliaii, L'Urii', Ori)«H, Pillisor nid R-v. Fuller i I'Vzpitrick ; handicapper* Messrs C.ilder, Sh»u»han and J^ev, lather lAi zpntricli ; i>rou'nd com mil'ee, Mei-sra Culder, Sliatmhan and Grose lion, srcielnry mid treasurer Mr \y. <5| Ofildur,

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO PLAINS SCHOOL ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

UMliU PLAINS | FROM ouit GORUKSPONDBNT. | SCHOOL I-8SA.Y, A few d-.ys before tho Easter holidays began, tho head teacher of llio Benambra school, with the scholars of the upper and mitldlo grades went nut on n uaturn fi.tudy excursion to the Brother?. They climbed tho highest mountain of tho group, from where a fino view was obtained of ilu> Plains, and u qrei.it deal of useful information gained regarding water notion, the topography of tho sur rounding country, the haunts find habits of bird?, etc. Tin? notes which were taken by members of thu party formed the nucliut of some very interesting essays which wore written on the subject next day. The following essay which shows curu and thought, and which gained tho highest murks ir. the school was the work of Harry Puterson, of grade 6 ; 11 Tho head teacher of . Benambra school,and scholars of the upper grades set out from tho school at about ten o'clock on Tuesday morning, oa a bird day excursion to tho top of the Brothers, i» di...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

] OMICO LAND BOARD. Tho following casea woro dealb with #fc tho locnl land offioo on Friday : Iloae Kathlecra I'Vegon, allotment 17, eeotion 8, 20 aores, parish of Tongio Munjio Weab; postponed. Isabella Forsyth, allotment) 11, section 10, 28'>. Of. 10p., pirish of Tongio Mtinjie Wosb; recommended eubjeot to thn paymnnb of valuation for improve ments. Edward Jamna Hodges, allot ment 2G, seution 20, 20 uoro.i, parish of Tongio Munjio Wesb; poatponod. Mary M'Grath, allotment G, section G, 1 rnnd, township of Glen Wills; recom mended thab salo bo oancelled; valua. tinn in favor of tho Grown. Patrick Moore, allntmonb 11, 751. lr. 5;i,, pariah of Wollonaby ; recnnimendrd lint, licensn 1)11 cancelled »nd land enndo available for sehctton Mary j\, B. Spencer, nllotmentfl 49, 49A, 49ii, 49c, G38i. 2r. 35p., parish of Tlli'ddora ; pnatponed.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

CHURCH. SERVICES. CiiDitoii of liNnr-AHD,-Sunday, April 2f> : Iiiibuy 11.30 (H.O.), Sivift'a Creek 2 30. Omi-I) 7 'iO; Hov, U. H. Devlin. I'nr.anVTKitiAN Cijintoii-K|uiday, April 20: Swamp 11; Bomimbra 3, Omoo 7,30, Hov. V, G. l/uron).

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE WOOL MARKET. Wednesday, April 22 [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

TI-JK WOOL MAUKICr, Wednesday, April 22 Ai'STUALTAX Kstatks CO. "report i HaU-a wore ro^urnnl in Midbouruo to-day when wo brought fopa*«id n catalogue Constating principally o! oddments, criitchinga and Kivaval iooijryJ ulips. Jiotlj M<4|bQqrno oud Sydney buycre WOJO roprcaeiui'4 and a goad effected at iho higher level eatabliched in London in Maroh, represent* ing tho hijjheat point oE the last aeoaon, Wednesday, April 20. Nkw Kkai»AHD CoAh Co. report : 'Wo IH'.l I'uraeqoud periodical salu of iho winter aeoson to-d'iy when wo brought forward a oatologuo of foino 051) bales. The eoleotion generally wa» a 'poor ouo, being largely compritud of oddments, rc.offered lots and cruluhinga Thanka to a strong local demand I he lultcr sold extremely woll, as did any straight liuea of fleece and croaabrud lots, prieea for auoh being {j por punt, dearer tli*n at nur previous fiulo on '35th February. Faulty uud inferior desoriptiona of both greasy and eooijred on. Hie other hand showe...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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PIG-RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

PIG-RAISING. liiM iliui^ lo consider is a good run. If you have not j;ot this^do not think of raising pigs iu a .sty. """You can uti lise yuur Mirplus ieeu lo better ndvait 1 tngo by buying up such Miekers or *lips »i« nro generally lor *alo, and luCtouing tljwon /or market. Any fanner who Udeps a cow or two wilh tho necessary puddeek can easily and cheaply arrango a run, by hxing wire netting, say two fe©t high, round his paddock. Netting ot' 4-inch mush and ol thick gaugo j.s best, and pig-raising will .soon recoup tho outlay, ami .'.how a .substantial pro Having provided Ui»j run, tho next work is to s>'leet the sow, or ^uwk, and ,ibo\o all things ho caret ul not to over Jo it . tMaiiv tanuors can rim ouu .sow on their .surpfus feed Who cannot pro fitably keep two. It is nob r«o much tho keeping ot tho two .sown hut tho rearing oi (heir progeny to the best advantage. I do not like the larger breeds. 1 would select a sow from a good litter, .short _ . thick set, oven thickness ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

OAIEO FOOTBALL CLUB Tho annual meeting of the abore club was he'.d cm Wednesday after noon iu the pavilion at the Oineo Park, a big uiustfr of members being in at tendance, the choir beiug occupied by Mr L -T. Hurley. The balance sheet) which showed credit of 10j was adtip'id. C moderation was given to .i coniniuir.u^iinn received from the Benambra team, nsking thati an en deavor be m«le ti> fur in an association of the ill i l l' O!UIjh above the Gap, with the obj'oc tf playiug competi tion matches between Omeo, Be nmibra and Glen Wills. lb was decided to adop,t this course provid ing Glen Wills would fall in with iho buggestion. The following office bearers were elected for the coming season ; Presi dent, Mr J. R<e; vice-president?, Messrs H. Tulloch and J. F. Hae?eti.; ucneral committee, Jl'-sirs M. Lyuch, F. Taylor, 0. A. Du Vm and'Elden j lion, secretary and treasurer, Mr J, J. Cuffey,

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

Ulv. 'Winlnc-in.'.,;) ijoi wholy (ultimo suits you will be Surprised to see JlOW 1110 Mlllo holeio coat j.s creeping back to But instead ot 11 being eUl ell just ill tho na.M it J.S covered Willi a iude draped sash, and below il on the sk»rt coiuea nhat we call cither a pcplum or initio, it ymi wear tho skin indoor* with ft blouse thy .sash still dues duly in pull ing lho costume together. 'J hero is no doubt that these I it tie bolero-, can be made Milan, and lor certain functions made up in glaco silks they will lie im mensely popular, tor you can so easily when lim ing wear some iorm of wrap which covers tho eutiiv costume, and winch keeps yon warm and live of dust. Hut 1 think tin? bolero require.-* a slim, girlish figure; you must- bo slignt. everywhere to near .so trying a garment.. You not no help from it helow the waisl. The figure is cut in twain. There is another thing, too, which must be considered. i>iuco the bolero went into retreat, tho outline ot women's ligures ha...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. WAR DOGS SET LOOSE. AMERICA V, MEXICO. FIGHTING STARTED. VERA CRUZ SEIZED. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR COIIUKSPONDENTJ, WAR DOGS SET.LOOSE. AMERICA V, MEXICO. FIGHTING STARTED. VERA CILUZ SEIZED. MULBOUUNE, THURSDAY. America has struck the first hlow m the quarrel with Mexico by arizing Vera Cruz. President Wiltion Ima also ordered tho U.S.A.' nival com mandant to ci'izo tho ouhIoiiih house m uh to pr«voiH> Provisional President Huertu's forces securing a lurf-n quan tity of ammunition which wua ex pected to arrive by » German steamer, A larf,o forco of marines Uncled from lliti American [{Unboiti and fighting lusted all Tuesday afierueon which ended iu tho Mexican troup U'Citii; wet-tward, Tim Mexicans crowded on llm house tops nnd poured desultory firo on llm Americans who r.ketl llie streets with their auns. It is elated thul four Americana woro killed and 10 injured, while 200 Mexi cans were reported killed. America does noli intend- to toko any fres-h ofT'Misivo steps at Vera Cruz unless forced to do BO. ID is under stood at Washington that America...

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

PLAIN EOAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." I. Cultivate ami perfect Your ideas! as to improvements and invention-*.! KNperimenl. The world is eajjer for. something new, \v)ii rli, however sim-1 pie it. may In1, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Lot it bo more convenient. or promote pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. The person who jjets public opinion t»i such an invention is on the load to wealth. tie will reaso to he a servant; lie becomes a propriel or. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and tlie natural capital* ists of to-morrow. Study tile subject of. patenting. Uoad the splendid ndviee that Kdisou tjives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then serine your own le^jal monopoly for' your lights by becoming a patentee. j If that workman or foreman, or* your ingenious friend has produced .1 clever invention, put- him on the track about...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 April 1914

Birth. COLEMAN.- On the 22nd inst. at Mrs Shiels' "Park View," Omeo, the wife of John S,   Coleman-a son. Both well.

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HOW WILLIE READ IT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

HOW WILLIE HEAD IT. It w«# rlio class in tho Kcoond reador, and littlo Willio liad just lieon culled to riso and take up tlio reading whero Martha had loft off. Willio stood afc Attention, his book hold in tho proper Kisitiou boforo him, olutched the corner ; of tho desk with his free hand, swal lowed hard, and rend:- - "This is a worm doughnut. Stop vti it I" "What!" gasped tho teacher. "Willio that is not correct. Head it again." Willio did with tho .samo result. More over ho mailt!nined stoutly Hliat time was what, hia book said. Ko teacher had him bring it to hor I'orhap, there liad been a misprint and | _ Hut this is what teacher road in Wil lie's boolr-"Thin ia n worm. Do not «top on it,"

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Public Institutions. SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

Public InatJtuUoaa. SH1KJS OUUiNOlL, Moots at tho Shiro Hiill on tlio flint Tuesday in onoh month at 11 a.m. Mumliors-CrH. Oreso, Potorson and Rodger?, Oraoo Riding; Gin. CougUlun, Braid, Lowinnton, Llinnoinunjio Hiding ; Crs. Lowo, Hutton, Kiekurd.', Xungio Riding. Soorotary and Rato Colloctoi-Jamofi blianahan. Engineer-F. A. Wilson. Troatmror-T. Stirling. Dog Rogintrar-G. Huggimt. Inspector of Nuiaitnooa-G. Hugging Poundlfoopor-G. A. Collcn. Hoalih Oifioor-Dr Tulloli. OJIEO WATERWORKS TRUST. iloeia at llio Shiro llalt on Ilia lirH TuosdayiuonchmoiiiliAtSp.M. Momlicrs - Oomiiiisbionf ru Potoraon, Rod;;ors, Gruso, Taylor, Payne, 1'ony. 'JSngiaoor-I". A. Wilr.on, Scca-tiry and R.ito Golloutor-Junior Shiuiuhan,

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PUBLIC INFORMATION. Postal Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

PUBLIC INFORMATION. Postal Notices. Camilla Tontfio Wont Swift's Crook EnBtf.y Tambo Grossing Bruthon Bairnsdale Melbourne Close at 0luqo daily at 6 o'clock a.m. Return mails due afc Oinoo 6.30 p.m> J Llinnomunjio and Benambra-Clones afc j moo at (i a.m. dsply. "* Kotura uiniiR duo at 5.oO p.m. Cloao at Oman on Tubntttiy, Thun> GIou Willfl Sunnysido day and Saturday at 6 a.m Return mails due Loose Bag Qraoo Mondav, I Wod.. and Fri. j at *1.30. p.m. Cobnngra.-Leaves Omco 9.1b a.m Saturday. Leave Cnbungra on re turn same day at 1.30 p.m. Arrive* Omco 4.45 p.ui, Stirling (via Tamho Crossing).-LTj.-jc at Omoo daily, arriving ai pout town on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; returning sumo days, Brookvillo (via Tongio Wobi),--3aily from Omcu, arriving at pout'town on Tuosday/ Thursday and Saturday ; returning anme day. Biudi fviu ? Swift's Creek).-CIu^ob a' Omeo daily, arriving M post to^n on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 0 p. 111. ; returning same day. T Jngio (via SwiiVs Creek)...

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Queer Maltese Customs [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

Queer Maltese Customs, Tho people of .AFalta nre a very quaint race, ami the greatest part of their present-day customs is practically the same as some hun dreds of years ago. Take, for in stance, their methods of harvest ing. Instead of cutting. the corn as iu England, they. kneel down to. their task, and, taking jiold of cy bunch of wheat, pull, }t>' out by tho roots, sa 'one never, sees a field of stubbie. Tho corn is then taken tc; a corner, of tho field \\'hev.o there la a sn*oolU circular patch of -stones, usually about. twenty 'feet "radius, is spread over it too,. depth of. eighteen inches or so, and'trample^ on by oxen, a small boy usually, leading them by, u rope. When the process of threshing is completed, tho straw is forked awny and tho grain swept up for the mill. .. Another curioUfe custom they luivu which is quite laughable to the stranger, and that is the way of watering tho roads. rpho water* cart consists of a light kind of vehicle (dubbed by the military a fiv...

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How to Double the Pro duction of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

How to Double tfae Pro (taction of IVIiik. Jn tlio pooling of milk and hurd ling of a millc herd tho yield of nny 0110 cow is immediately lost sight of. "Thoro is no permanent, tangible or visible bulk or weight," according to Mr. Whitley, who has charge of' this" work- in Canada. Poured into the weigh-can, the milk of one cow loses its identity in the general total. '.Tleing a fluid, it is indistinguishable ' by its shape, size, or colour, aiul thus is radically dif ferent from other farm product.-) the fat steer, the plump chicken, lus cious berries or ripe grain. The yield of the individual cow must be noted and recorded at the moment r.f her milking ; then at the end of the season intelligent action can he taken in selection. Tims will be Reftn the value .of records ; i hey are indisputable*; they are simply kept, cost only a trifle, and their inluu increases as they; are continuous. Their use must appeal to every dairyman (IK being of immense and | immediate benefit; It would b...

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Herees of the Uinematograph. FACING DEATH WITH THE CAMERA. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

ijsi'o-ss ot the Uinsmato graph. KACI.VCi DKATU WITH Till CAMKKA. Mr. John Mackenzie, ono of tho most daring of operators, hits faced dentil a dozen times with his ca morn ; but .never has he more mi raculously escaped it than when onco ho was taking pictures of tho bursting of a 12-inch shell, dur ing un armour-plato testing* ex periment. So reckless was ho that ho placed his camera within fifteen yards of the target, although ho was warned that lie would almost certainly he blown to pieces, When tho first shell struck the target and exploded, ono large fragment swept his camera from its legs ; a smaller fragment struck and embedded it self n its front. In each case an inch or two more to the right or left, and'ho would certainly not have survived to tell the talo of. as narrow an escape from detith as man ever had. Mr. Mackenzie recalls . many other occasions on which ho uecuml his pictures almost at the cost of hi.i life, Once he wars captured by Sei'** vlan brigands, .find u'us ...

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General Notes DRILLING VERSUS BROADCAST ING OF MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

Ueneral Motes (From Uio "Journal of l.ln» Pnpartinoiit of iSgr/unIturo" for Victoria.) 1)1(11,1,1 NO VKliSUS IIIIOA DUAS'l ino ok ,mani;hi:s. rhosphatie manure, have a special efioit in encouraging tlio growth of u crop in its onrly stages and thus es tablishing a good p,la III. Ill en-dor to SXPITOO this otflH't (ho in;inwn> innst lit- somewhere in 11m vicinity (if the seed, ns the young plant luis no wide spreading roots. . DiillinK the manure inl.li HID seed gives tin; desired eondi" (ions with tlic smallest expenditure of manure. Experiments were conductor in Hungary to find whether drilling or broadcasting superphosphate »avo the hotter return on cereal crops, mid tli.. results are described in "Dout . I.niulw lVcs.se," .TS (1U1I). Utility, oau, wheat, nod rye were tin: crops gi'OHii, "I'd it WHS found that lOiilli. of super phosphate applied witli the drill gave better results than 110711,. applied broadcast on . tlio averi,;:e of all tents. DRAINING WI'I'JI DYNAMITE. A goo...

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