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MARKETS. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

MARKETS. \Y!!!.-,AT AND UTHKR- PltUDUGE. The markvfc has remained ? I, ottering bc . Ii.uilud, and the demand only ino Parcelx aro quoted at is/0 to asking up to 3/US. Smali .'us in thn eoiUllly ills quot tliubju,,, ol a;S{ Hus:no>s i -It 'vsi'10 J """ ?.-'J.'ila As:,Delation jiriw l is £!) delivered. .<» ami Pollard.-..The Association . (i'H- hot i articles .« £o delivered. I hero aro low hovers, aud ?-s are nominal. Good to prime l.'.h Malting is quoted at, 3/ to a/4, . : 1 . is quoted at 3/ to 3/4, <" : ' mufly '-ijj 1,1 21 "'3' "u : .A fair business bu« heon duti« lf»'ona;i millmg on spot at. 1/10. ? ; k-eci are quoted at from J/g !o R : i.'d aro quoted at up to 2/8 ;. J*.small busmen Jias l">ei. 1 Mitel's tato shipment, ami ' ' ' ill trade .Supplies on spot are lYfr'lil' J1, mi ,f; """"'l "I 3/10. I. ,i".-. \a|,are .slightly Jinuc " i;oo(i nii[[m,{ duns at .1/5 to ,|/(i, lei,. bun,., a Btoady inquiry and trif '?"r. . Seed duns ari> in 1'iir rTl':"...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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NEWS FROM ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

NEWS FROM ABROAD. Mrs. Borden, wifo of the C'nnntlian Primo Minlstor, emphatically denies saying in an interview that no Eng lish woman should think of going to Canada unless silo has friends then) or somo definite purpose in view. Sho believes Englishwomen do well in Canada if suitably equip ped for the conditions of the coun try. As Conimnnder-in-Chief of the United States Army and Navy, Pre sident Tnft, on board the naval Mayflower, has inspected the Atlan tic fleet in the Hudson Ttiver. A salute of twenty-one Runs was fired by every ship in a. - fiftcen-mile-long line. Next day the President re viewed the fleet as it passed out to sea to disperse. jr. liciny, formerly a notary, who lived with his young Wife comfort ably in a £100 n year flat in tho Uue Laonard do Vinci, Paris, spe culated heavily recently, and 011 the outbreak of the Balkan war re marked to a friend, "If the 'sliimp' 1111 the Bourse continues 1 don't know what X-shall do." Man and wife had been found dead in the...

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A PATACONIAN MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

A PATACONIAN MARRIACE. Iij Patagoiwa Llii' girl is rarely lotced to consent to a marriage which sht> tlis likes, howover desirable it may be con sidered I>y her parents. All wives are bought and |miil tor by tin1 bride groom. A poor man cannot afford a girl who has many brothers, for each OHO has to bo given two horses on the wedding day. This in in addition to tho price paid for hersolf. A well-to-do young woman may bp worh on© hun dred mares, or their equivalent in silver ornaments or- other property. Tho Patagoninn women are not re quired to engage in any kind of work beyond that involved in home-making and the rare of children. A man is [?onsidoivd marriageable at tho ago of sixteen, a gill at a year or two youn ger. The candidate for a hrid», if successful iu gaining lier consent, sends !iis best friend to arrange negotiations ait)l her parents, and shouTd all go well lie prepares to fotch her to hi> Home . lie don* his best cloak, made )f guunaco slcin, worn with the ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

Mearsie9© IBrooeMtls Cure n.0BC who have taken this medicine ore amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the client experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subjeci to Colds 011 the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Slron^th to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma tc become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption ia nol known where " Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicinc. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient and a complete cure i3 certain. by all Chemiists and Medicine Vendors. s For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. WOOL CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE TO & CO. LTD., DALGETY 1EHMET. WOOL, GRAIN, cS PRODUCE BROKEf*®. STOOK AND...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

nM) Id M Ointment Treatment: On retiring, soak the hands in hot water and Cuticura Soap. Dry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment, and wear soft bandages or old loose gloves during the night. Cuticura ruul or tl;c wcrl'5. A iihrr.ij m booklRt on lit" onilp. t-ont Sydney, x. s. \\\ u;no:if. pro aot<! throughout n;:'.;' »>( o.ich, wltli 32-paco of tlio skinuml AUiIrcij li. Towua & Co., Jam Season, 1914. DAVID HAKIMS, General Storekeeper, Omeo 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. Telephone No. 8. DAVID SARINS. Grass and Glover Seeds. Write for Samples and Quotations of IIUSII, WJ5STKRN BIST1UCT AND NHW ZEALAND BYE GBA83, COUKHFOOT, CL'iVKR, UWAIU'1 ESSEX HA PE AND OTHEB ~ AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. iSr Where rislts are so gro.it the only reliable oourGe ia to procure from a Trained ScodimaH' With 110 largo City ronls to pay I can quote High-grade Se...

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PEER'S ODD WAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

PEER'S OOD WACER. The stran^ sight (if a UriHsh poor walking on his hands across a San Francisco St root was* witnessed last month. The peer was Lord Tweed mouth, and tho feat \viis 11» decide a singular wa^or with .m\ William T)u pce. a wealthy mvner of a la rue estate «iear San Diego, California, win ]nnke<j a specialty of raising horses, and an es* peciallv fine brood of polo ponies. Lord TwiM^Juiouih afttl a group of iriemln, including .Mr. J>u;>ee, wt?re divuKMntf polo ponies at the fnrmerB hotel, and, Living seen u pony he h;ui greatly liked at .Mr. Dupee's ranch, Lord Iweedmouth made an offer for it. Tho Urevdor re fit sod to sell it, but lit' said. '*1 will make you a wager. If you will walk on your hand* iroin this hotel balcoi y to*the middle of the street tho pony is yours." With scarcely an i» slajit's hesitation, 'iyord Twcedmuuth dropped ou to his hands and raised his bcels over his head, and walked tho distance indicated on his hands without jnee touc...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Floiuingtoii.") IJelicver* in the "make and shape" tin my mu.si find Vanguard a dillienlt pl,nju).sjlj[»j. J1" be is judged by his appearance alone, the little grey i> everything ho should not be. Ona not- acquainted with Vanguard, and, seeing him i'or the lirst lime, would probably take liiin to Im in his proper place with 0 stone on his hack in i\ two miles race ovr-r light country. As wo know. tho gallant little grey, an exaot.v opposite estimate would (it. him much bettor; for no u*»i/j;ht is too much, no iVnce too big. and no distance too i';ir i'or Van guard. !;!<. is just one of those puz/.loiv» in horseflesh that upset all accepted idea*, When one is looking J'or a jumper, one naturally seeks a horse of some size and'substance. Vet it- is not all nays tho big. horses that succeed over hurdles and fence*. Dlingan, who carried the .Manifold colors with such conspicuous smcess in hi.s day, could not ho called a bijs horso, but stilj ho proved equ...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. Tho following aooouota are lying at the JUb-trewary 5 4, IJicIioy,*;J.' J*raiu, |3, A. gta«Uoy, $,yi\ ^ewiogt'po, Ox II; Jkdggood, B- Roborta, , ; ./>. .

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A GOOD DEFINITION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

A U001) DUKIXITION. "Wlial is a cmiutw'-ii'iitiiutI-" a.sko<l Mrs. Sniitlujrs. ' "A counter-irritant," l'opliod tiuiitli ors, "is a woman who makes tlio shop man imll down every tiling {roui t!io shelves for two hours, awl tlioii Ijuvm iv iiuuuywoith of liturpins."

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

?HURGH SERVICES, I'fiEaBVTaniAN Chobob-KHnday, May 8 ; gl«»y U, Swift,'. Creek 3,30. Oi»eo 7-30' B»v. 1'. G. Vum,

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TOO DEEP FOR THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

TOO DHJSP FOR THEM. 1 Tlu* brothers Hoswibloom wore biMiiR ©ntcrtaimul by ono anxious to avail himself of thou* financial acuuion; but a« ill-luck would havo it, t-ho vcor od to otbor things. "Do you liko Omar Khayyam P thoughtlessly asked tho host, trying to inaku conversation. The oldor brother plunged heroically into tho broach . "I'rotiv well," ho said, "but 1 thiuk I prefer' Poiuiiiory." Nothing inoro T»'a* said until t)io Kosenbloonm woro on thoir way homo. ".Aarou," Ktiid Ikoy bitterly, uX'oaking A painful fiilonco, '-why curat yor leave thiugth atb yor don't \mdorstandth to mo? Omar Khayyam ain't a wine, y©r fat headed blight-or; it'tU' oliooso."

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WONDERFUL HEALING. ZAM BUK PROMOTES THE GROWTH OF NEW HEALTHY SKIN.—CLEARS AWAY DISEASE AS IF BY MAGIC. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

WONDBKFUL HEALIiNG. ZA.M BUK. PROMOTES THE GROWTH OF NKW HEALTHY SKIN.-OLEiRS AWAY DISEASE AS IF BY MAGIC. JJun-Buk," has brought the treat ment of skin u^cliouo and injuries to a puiut of. perfection never before realised. "Skin un^'0!" 'u f»°pi >s bow Zun Bilk's bealinif feala have been frequently described. Nothing elnH known to Science boa a more wonderful influence ou an in jured or diseased "skin.- - Z>m-Buk 13 a combination of pure iftrncij, highly ri'fjned. and concen trated. It is in its unique composition, »nd its freedom from lard and all Miuuil fits, that Zmi-Buk dtffars ao Onnipletely from common salves and "iir inniit-. And its repeated successes .h"w how differeur. in is in medioinil .iMnU. Ev*ry pot ..f Ztui-Buk ia a coricen ^r-Mon olihe heat healing properties r?'iily for jpstant psty Wheu jfJun.Buk is applied to tbe »kin, festering is stopped, inflammation mid irritation allayed, sore places diiotppear and new layers of hoalty liHKue grow. Equally invaluable ...

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MULCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

MULCHING. Tho fnniior Kcalouslv eonsorr<w ma ture in his land by but tho amateur gardener in imt 5; uyujy to proht from tho lossou as L should ho yet there ,s prolit in tin' business tor tho bettor titration of (,j,E M»1, tho tendency to promote drcinu looting ot tlu» plants, and tho invvon tmu to a largo ox tun t of evaporation incieases .yields, and gets'tho maxmni>,i amount ol go0d from tho minimum «i moisture. Cultivation itr&t and jas» is uidispcusablo; and it is tho cheanoM lerin ol mulching. 1 * io. "tjvicos m Jiorticulturo tho term imilelung ,s a technical expression that often prows puiudmg. I'et as was recently pointed out in tho Lon don "Daily telegraph" it is one of tho most indispensubio of practicus in connection with, tho cultivation of cor tain plants. To mulch is to cover the Mtriaco of tho soil'vvith soinu nun-eon ducting material in order to cousoiyc tho strength;- heat, and moisture ot the earth, and guard tho roots 01 plants from injurious ...

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THIS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

Tins Y15 A11. : Caroline's now lint is n Iii-jui ;v. I vomliT vvliat milliiifi' ilpsimii't] .t? liciitrix: Milliner, iiulml! Slii' l:a<] t (]oill> llV (1 lillKlsClllH! L'anll'IIIT. - niiMHlmo <\ Williniii". A lmy. (hiving lioitio mhim- fltn-ks vas askod l)i<\v many Ih> had. lie n>. ilie<!: "When in lino Hirre me two hicks aluvid tjf n duck, two durk*< ho iiml ii duck, and one duck in tho mid llo." How many ducks hat! hor"' Tii«> honesty of a pond ninny \ o<ip!c i only fitupiditv a^orlitiu itvo'lf. liming 1U13 tho number of emigrants from Itnly to tram-Atlantic countries was 1, compared with 292,811 in . )u! previous year. Tho number of lho.st> who returned' was ) 82,000. com pared with 188,078.

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Good Stock Formula. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

Good Stock Formula, A lium who Knows say that tho lol owm«r fiti'imiI i will make a medieated itock food that is as {jood as any imi '.he market and at one-fourth or ciiu* ilth tho expense oi' I lit* commercial gl ands: - 1(H) pounds old process tiiiM-ed nival .J pounds common salt pounds powdered charcoal 5 jmtuuls Kpsimi sails 1 pounds hiiitpet.ro n pounds (<cnt inn '2 pound* I'Vnounreclc A small li;imlI'uI two or thnv linn* t diiy will do no harm, suit) may no zond if tho animals arc out ot' con UtiYm.-"Hurnl Lite."

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FARM HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

FAfiM HAitDS. At a. mewling of tho Corrnbio branch oi the iSoutli Australian Bureau ot Agrioulturo, Mr. V. K. Wuslon rca-i a paper, in which he said: "In a district lika .our own it, is, in tht» average season, difficult to ob tain suitable labor at an averago wage, but 1 am sure that with attonlion to tho weliare of those wo employ wo will not only Keep tho good employee; wo havo, but u ill in time havo a bigger supply. Jhun though we may not haw a .suiphi> of men, we cannot ho too particular of iliu-.e wo employ. II wo only employ th.\ best, then only the best men will *pply for employment. In my mind tho man wo want is ho who works, not meioly for tho sake of earn ing a living, but who has for lti» ob ject thai of nil.mutiny becoming an ».m ployer him.vll'. Tins class ol man is tho ideal. ile taken inoro interest «n his work ami in doing it well, and show.-, more consideration toward his employer than tho man who is merely after his wage-. Personally, i would sooner do without...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

WOMEN'S INTEREST (By "Amlirosim'.") JJoiIico-s .remain something of tho kimono still, lnd*>?d, Uio ,laps\mv*e. elatfH'fife ts still very .strong mi our garment, Sashes hava eomo to stay, »i»i one kg-'s them not only on dressmakers' drosses, but on /*tnilor mades" ai tho backs of coals - tlm inr£<> obi won1 at 1 ho hack by all , Japanese Indies, and in trout by tho I fascinating geishas. Kor afternoon J drcsne* thu Japanese n-ek is worn. 1 It has a turnover hand, which .stands u Ji&tlo way from the neck, and is usu nlly ^tmuln of some colour which tones with tho coslum.-. Inside this yon generally see a draped net fichu. Tho throat and upper portion of tho clmst, aro worn au naturcl. Wo have got used to .thi\, i«n<l hav:* agreed that it- »-> very becoming, When n goes J daresay wo j-haU bo just in lore with covering tip our ueefcs. Wafst eo.it n aro inoro and more fashionable, and 1 think \vhil.' von have warm wea ther you would hud a .suit .sil...

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HOW TO TAKE THE TEMPERATURE OF ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

HOW TO TAKE THE TEMPERA TURE OF ANIMALS. Often ;i i isc-? of temperature i.-> an indication of wjiik' serious disca.^* which may not show itself for >omo <Uiy.s, thu.i giving tbo owner warning ol something wrong, and In; can then promptly iso late, ;iin] it' a horse, ho can give the animal a rest. and careful treatment -uul dieting, and mj probably kivo a l-mg ami serious illness. it is always considered that jin^chaii ism tor koepmg ilio temperature normal ami balancing t-Jio production of lu'at and the loss of heat equal is situated .somewhere at tho base of tho brain. Tim loss ot: heat is due to radiation mid evaporation from tbo skin, vaporisation ol" uakT discharged by tho lungs, warm ing tbo air breathed, elevation of tem perature ol: food ami drink. L ha» been estimated th.it a healthy adult man evolves enough howl, in twonty four hours to ratso *1 lib (about i j gal lons) of water from freezing point to the boiling point. The soureo of heat is the liver and ...

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HOW LOVE PASSED ME BY. THE CONFESSIONS OF A BUSINESS WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

HOW LOVF. PASSED ME BY. I'll 14 CIONFUKSIONM (>[?' A I'.ljSINK WOMAN'. T)n'v (Wl m(. i a,« n muit-rju. j ;:«p P^'h il irt true, I ml. lhrou">h in v own ft upidiiy I have m;Me it Z" I or nUliou;;h | ;nM eci't Ul It 1 V *;i .sikv . a;; a l)uninos.< woman ;u :i nv(*1 Jit*v 'I h.M :ill bem UliUCOOSSaiy. . In--!. Im»o:uiv it. has bet'i: :s!, u n a.vr-. sur.v III!' mi; I".|,.|. nir|j1LMU| j V" 1 :,::l til lake Other pi'ls nil,, my I to eiiuless my mi.siakis and l.i-ii i in--;n "tner un-ls linw In ;ivoi11 1 iiiitlili!,<r i"i" I in nit Unit 1 ti,mbiod 'ml,', [or 'I n ,jii:( I his Ui,'it has made :nv ross n empty nv,i\ I hi! I; I'lilli-u.) wiili 1 lii! ambit ion In lll'l.illli'M,,:;,,!,!,,!. .\ly j,tpa I |K'1|.|IMH-,. ivas ||", "i,|i;;|, ,,, " j' inmiry ol nly own, j ri'ciInm ( ruin liitine 'llltir.s, ;in.! a j,).-;., ih:H. a n.-.l. j aii'li-k-y, nn,l , . 11; i li n^-ili.-ii l-i-j i its., ii I ed he ^'ealest j"ys life liilil III olfer, No "iiino i.iM, nil lion11! ...

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CLEANING KID CLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 28 April 1914

CLfrtNINC KIU CLOVES, NVarl\ all kid jlovos are said !o b,> »vash;»''i'\ Mi»i. upI"3> ill a \ er > cih-.ij) kind, waOi ||).-\ Mil, ;i ml Micct'.»sl id l,V Ion, if 11 htth' he naid to lite o|)«-ia (inn. Inotiln t«i \i.is11 111.- i/.lovc^ make a stron;: lather with CUKI .simp and warm witter, m which steep a stnal1 piece n[ m'mv Manuel Place tlm glove on a Hat, I'ltMii. and unyielding sttrlate such as the bottom of a dish-anil hav ing tliomuuhlv soaued the flannel (when squeezed hoin tlto lather), doh tho kid till all the dirt bo tomoved, cleaning and re-soapiun the llaunel from timo to lime in the hither. (Jicat care must hi: taken to nmit no Part o! the jili'vc. tiiinin;4 it round and round until it has been thoroughly cleaned. The }.;love must tliiMi flu dried, either in the suu or before a niudi»rntc fire. When quite dry it. will present a .shrivdled-up ap pearance, which, however, will complete )v vanish on hoinj; gradually "pulled out." Put on tho fflovo and ruh it woll...

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