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DAY IN A BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

DAY IN A BUTTER FACTORY. (By Lneto.) Daylight is filtering thraugh the win dows of lk» '.batch1' when the *ileiic<? is br«kt?n by th© whirring of an alarm clook. The ongUitier, «Uofi« cluck c is, bestirs him.seif, and I follotr hint across the atreteh of ground that sep arates the bauholors' (juartcrs from the tactory. \V© enter the engiueroom, and while he is biur with the gas producer and engine X ghmce around. Kvo.-rything is spiok and span. Along tho length of the room arc ranged gas engine, .steam engine, and two refriger ators. The adjoining room houses the gas-producer plant and tho steam boiler. The engineer hat finished at the fait, and after, firing the engine few revolutions with the aid of com pressed air, it is soon running steadily with the gas. in a littlo while the relrigerators are .spinning merrily. The day'* work- has begun. I leave the engineer to it, and wnik into the butter-room. It i» a spacious and lolly room, spotlessly clean and sweot him>llii...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XIII. AN ARCADIAN VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

| A SERIAL STOKT BY | k ANNABEL GRAY. J CllAPTliR XIII. ARCADIAN VILLA. "Sloep sink thorn lower than the tide of dreams. And their dream watched iJicin sink and slide away." After .some months' absence from England, Air. and Alt's. Stauu" re turned from lands ol art and beauty, to bottle down in thj mo>; homely and practical fashion in. a pretty iitUe villa at Bayswater. Alr>. De.sirt had ox orted herself to the utmost to me.-i the Colonel's wishes; and accompanied by big "alter ego'' Captain Alaudsley, hud visited a wise estate agent, who soon put them in the way i»t finding a charming residence. Muudsley apparently took a deep interest in tho comfort of tho happy pair:! ho appreciated uud admired 1A noi*o s nature; which was moulded on those fine, noble lines which invariably bring their possessor disappointment and sorrow; tor to he above mediocrity .-whether in art or lVeling-i.s to he made miserable. Anything above me diocrity is so often ratal. Ho know that lie loved Sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING San Miguel I rnor. j/rn., xCORK MERCHANTS A'NJ) SUPPLY HOUSE KOll Brewers, . Acra{ed .Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, aii(J Refreshment Rooms. " Correspondence invited on All Articles used in.the above trades. N6i.c.A,d&-ejjti-. . ? 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. JAND CO., FURN 'iT USE 1 REMOVERS AND STORERS. |S ai7 COLLINS STREET, MELB. ' I'll ones-1V-27S Lar^e number Vans constantly travelling country; we want buck loading. Write us. ll' railing, consign (o us, Spencer Street, and advise. Stores. Hrick, subdivided in small rooms at current vales. Vans returning 1'rom Warrnam hool. Mortlake. Teranjj. Camper ilowt), Colac, Kismore. <liiriu£ April. Vans returning from Albnry. Wmlnn^a, r»en;il!a. Kuroa, during April. Vans rrturniim from' Numurkab. Kflnirn, I'icola, Rochester, l>rn di^o. early in May. Back Loading Wanted. JF you have tried numbers of rem edies for your com plaint and failed to get any benefit, DO...

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RUSSIAN DANCER'S SECRET OF GRACE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

RUSSIAN DANCER'S SECRET OF GRACE. 4 - Just at present all the world ii talking about the wonderful feats o< grace that the Russian dancers ori performing. All of a sudden there have com< out of the land of the Czar the mosl marvellous dancers that the worlc has ever seen, of a grace that is in describable in words of a lightness that only birds of the. air can rival, and of a beauty and lithesomeness ol body that seem to belong to a now race of human beings. .These dan cers have during the past few years appeared everywhere, and in ever; place they have inspired the sam» wonder, the same admiration. And everyone is asking, "Why have wc not seen these superlative crea tures in former years'?" And ths answer to this question is supplied in a fascinating paper liy Mjss GraO( Aspinall. She claims that the mar vols of grace in human form have gained all their powers through g studied diet. It is only of the pre sent generation that such dancers have existed in Russi...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HERO CAPTAIN GOES DOWN WITH VESSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

HERO CAPTAIN GOES DOWN WITH VESSEL. * The captain of tho steamer Walker Gcrvasc, which turned turtle and snnlt at the mouth of the Hurnbor, instat ed on going down with his Bhip, the survivors relate. Tho vessel was laden with coal and was bound for Exeter. Passing the Spurn, she took a heavy list through having sprung a leak. Tho captain at onco headed for tho shore to beach tfio vessel, but sho capsized and sank within fifteen minutes. Tho chief officer was drawn down with the ship, but ho had secured a lifebuoy and camo to tho surface. Several of the crow narrowly es caped being caught by tho propeller, which revolved like that of an aero plane when the bow of tho vessel dipped. Those drowned of tho crew of ten were H. Potter, the captain, who be longed to Sunderland ; Henry Sin clair, steward, of Colchester;, and James Channing, seaman, of Exeter, The rest, with a passenger, wcr< rescued by two tugs and a fishing smack and landed at Hull. Captain Potter, say the crow,...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

OBSERVATIONS. When you remove your shoes at night, and dirt, chaff or other litter silts ovor tho floor, got busy with the dust-pan and broom. Your wife will appreciate your thoughtfulness. "I Can" is a hustler, a man self-made Who turns off jobs galore; "I Can't" lights his pipe, nits down in tho shade, And bemoans tho fact that ho i» Door, If you inako liomo pleasant for the children with books and games and an occasional treat, you will not bo wor ried by their being on tho Btroots at night. Tho child who is not taught to save his pennies will novcr know tho value of a shilliug. Lot tho boy hare a piece of ground of lus own this year to plant-best way in tho world to make a farmer of him. (livo him every cont. ho can produoo from it. Soino people grumble because tho. road to success isn't pavod. Tho best-natured and happiest chil dren aro tlioso not surfeited with toys. Tho vital force lost during a fit ' of anger is equal to a hard day's works getting angry doeun't" pay. Tho pri...

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WHAT THE BISHOP KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

WHAT THE BISHOP KNEW. 1 On one occasion when (.Vrtve}liiif$ along the west ciinsj, of Africa with |\n old skipper who had known ..many missionaries but "did not sc? tho uso of themj' a well-known bishop was obliged to endure a string of taunting questions, such as "What is tho length of a\\ alligator's ton jjUQ *2". !'What do missionaries know, anyway ?" At last the bisliop could stand it no louger. Turning to tho skipper, lie said " "I know you aro. an expert. Oan you tejl mo tho length of an alliga tor's tongue ?" k"Certainly," was tho reply, "but it, depends on the length of the fiUjga: for," "Very well, thon, say an alligator fifteen feet long. What would b.< the length of its tongue ?" "Three feet," w«s tho answer. Hut tho bishop, who had kept al ligators and watched their Ways, knew better. -"It is evident that you aro an authority on the west ikiast of Africtv/i hp'said ; ':but it js.. also 'evident tildt' some people see moro in ten minutes than others in twenty y...

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ENGLAND'S FOOD PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

ENGLAND'S FOOD PRICES. The Labour Party in the Imperial Parliament moved in 1012 for an In quiry into rents, prices and wages, and the recently published Bluo Book with tho report; is a mass of detailed ftocoal information. England and Scotland,, form the scope of tho commission, $ basis of whose research jb a eompari*; son of 1005 and 1012, showing the changes in soven years. As to rents. London shows .u docreaso of' about 4 per cent; other cities no marked more, nient. As to wages, the mean peroeat-': age increases aro:-Building trade», *1.0; . engineering, 5.5; printing, 4,1, . But tho cost of living raises issues ^ interesting to all classes in all parts of c the British Empire, and tho committee'a * report includes the civilised world. The; general conclusion is that /the total, cost of living, including clothing, has risen 10 por uont. in tho seven yeare' period. Taking fourteen food commo dities; tho rise is 13.7 por cent." Rotail priccs, in London of twenty-threo ar tides of...

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MARK TWAIN'S SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

MARK TWAIN'S SUGGESTION. Mark Twain - and tho lute liev. Thomas Iv. Beecher, Elmira, Now York, were great chums. For yearq Hark made his summer home at Elmira, and when the two were tor gother they were like a pair of boys just out of school. One day, Mark said ''Tom, I've just been rending that interesting book Genesis, and I'm impressed with the thought that wo moderns are not giving Adam, sjjna of the greatest men in history, a square deal. Here we go, erecting statues and monuments to generals and peers and statesmen, arid itu tunlly forget . nil about our first (incestor. It's not right. Why shouldn't there bo a statue of Adam somewhere, erected by his grateful descendants " There certainly ought to be, Mark," replied Mr. Iieecher, *' but nobody knows what Adam looked like." "Well," drawled Mark, "he'd pro bably look as much like his stntuo as tho overage victim does. I vote \ve see tq it that Adam gets his rights." The two set to work raising a fund for a statue of Adam. A cit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

Jam Season, 1914. General Storekeeper/'Omeo Invites the attention of the . Public to his Stock of Enamelled Preserving Pans, .V- ' . . Jam Jars, Spoons, Etc. Suitable for the present favorable Season for HOME! JAM MAKING. ./. Telephone ISTo. 8. DAVID. HAKIMS. Grass and Clover Seeds. Write for Samples and Quotations of IRISH. WKSTURX DISTKICT AX!> XKV,' ZEALAND RYEGRASS, COCKSFOOT. CLOVKR. DWAltF ES.SKX RAPE AND OTilEti AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. <5T Where risks are so frrc.it the only reliable CJiirse is to proc.ire from ri Train;: 1 Seedsman With do large City rents to pay I can cj-.iotc Ilidi.era.k' Ei'e.is .ldivore.l at your nearest Railway station, froitrbt paiil a:i.i W-luw .'>!? Ibourne prices. Samples Tree. Geo. Smith,-Seed Importer, Ballarat. (Lit* of Hurst i- s.,n, Linden' Melbourne Address, Box 164 G.F O. Auctlonsars' Kot:cs". k^Mmm t co, Oattie Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Ag-onts, BAIKXSDALE, GitTSLANP ( AUCTION sALl'.S conducted in any ..art, or Gij.p.l...

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NEW SONG OF THE SHIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

NEW SONG OF THE SHIRT, f With fingers rigid and numb, With eyelids heavy and red, The fellow stands by his bureau drawer, Scratching his swollen head. Ding ! Bang ! Biff ! Ho goes at the drawer with a spurt And sings with a voice which is far from sweet, The Song of the liuttonless Shirt. ." One, two, three !" Out of tho drawer they fly ; "Four, five, six ! Not a button on one !" his cry ; He puts one over his head And clutches it under his chin, And tries-with some words-to fasten it on With a measly snfety-pin. Oh, mothers and sisters dear ! Oh, mothers-in-law and wives ! It is not the linen you're wearing out, ~J3ut patience a'nd human lives I JPleaso try and get busy, do ; Give up building tluvt hat or skirt; Just long enough to sew at least A button upon one shirt.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

Funeral Notlco. rpHK PR1KNDS of the Into MR TEIEO X 1H)RK THOMAS arc respectively re» qucBtcd to follow hi9 roinniuo to tho Omeo cemetery TO«MOKftO\V (Saturday) Afier noon. Funeral will loavo Lin late residence, Day {Street, Ointo, at !l o'clock. ?waatM-Vj;iili. WHCT Death. Thomas -On 30th Inst, afc Omco, Theodoro, dearly beloved hitBlnnd of Mary Thoinna, n«fl S9 years. A colonist of 00 voire. K LP.

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HOW WHISTLER GOT MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

HOW WHISTLER GOT MARRIED. Whistler was all liis life a most surprising person, and his mar riago was not leas startling than tho other events hi his curccr. Henry Labouchero, in "Truth," thus described how it cnmc "about : "I believe that I am responsible for this marriage to tho widow of Mr. Godwin, the architect. Who was a remarkably pretty woman, and very agreeable, and both he and she were thorough Bohemians. I was dining with them and somo others one evening at Earl's Court. They wcro obviously great ly attracted to each other, and in a vague sort of way they thought of marrying. So I took the matter in hand to bring things to a practi cal point. " ' Jimmy,' I said, ' will you marry Mrs. Godwin V " ' Certainly/ he replied. " ' Mrs. Godwin/ I said/' will you marry .Jimmy V " ' Certainly/ sho replied. " ' When ?' I asked. " 'Oh, somo day/ said Whistler. " ' That won't do/ I said ; . wo must have a date/ "So they both agreed that I should chooso t he day, what church to come to fo...

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

THE OMEO STANDARD. With which Is Incorporated tho Omco Telegraph. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914. For Children's Ilncking Couyh at Night, Woods' Great IVppormmt Cure, Is Gd. Tongio dredgo, Tongio West, 2Gih.-Re sumed dredging 22nd innt,, ovorything working well, ' Mr G. Bolts' pouy, Nero, won tho Novelty handicap nnd ran occond in tho Minaturo haudicap, at the Corryong races on Friday, Dr. J. R. Loo has announced that ho will oflo" himself to tho le-muea for selection as n Liberal i-uudidate for Bihelava at tho next t<Vdoral eleotioi). Those who desire reserved scats at tho Hospital entertainment on Wcdui-sdny even ing will bo wiso if lltoy seenro them straight awoy, as tho plan Is rapidly filling nnd there is only a limited number now avail able. The ftippfllnnci and Northern Co opcra* tivo Selling Co., Ltd, has been appointed tho wholesalo distributing agents for the Gippaland Co-operative Bacon Curing Co., Ltd., Dandenong. Ask your groccr for Dandenong bacon.*** Mr C. A. Pearsnu,...

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THE PERFECT WOMAN. HOW THE "FORM DIVINE" MAY BE DEVELOPED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

THE PERFECT -WOMAN. 1 HOW THE " FOllM DIVINE MAY J1E DEVELOPED, (By MISS ANNETTE KELLER. MANN), raT'Zn!]y-lth? troub,° i3 that poo meaning itTnot " t0°, "arr0W a t"_ , ;. lt 18 not moroly a mat Z 'T °r '°nture- instlco nC;"y htrftf,f:roin^t men** ttf t modd measure wu^ffrra^nmi ,uiv0'10 health nrul personality rrn ^ «*» at L: :Ln becking perfection. JrlZ" pn?Portion cn" bo developed flrl'er i" Hf« that a girl .wis to prnctlco the necessary riTV;ro -awl BtWotie c sc.s the better. When a child has (,"i''hy-S,C?' '^/cct-sny if. is |JnmIy. SWd, pigeon-toed, or anything M" , "r-most parents accept it as a nmtter or course ; they may try to jver up the defect, but they'r.ire 'y try to alter it. THE BEST 0F ALL EXERCISES. Nonrly ail defects can bo cured by judicious and regular oxcrcise. ' minted "I "° 0xercis°9 ,ik° swim !> ng, danc'ng. and fencing ,or (Je. cWPlnf ^Cr'eCt ProPortiong. Kvery OIK! °i i t0 b° ta"8ht swimming "id dancing together. Tho ono ie ps the other in a wonderful way...

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CAUSE OF SOIL SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

CAUSE OF SOIL SICKNESS. An intoresliujj and instructive paper on tht above subject by Dr. »I K. Itiis sell," director of thy KothaAistod J')xjicri "let'al -Station, ami iMiv Walter Buddin ^as''delivered before tho Society of ^homu-at Industry recently. Tho paper tlofH'i'ib.ed bow an accident had showA that .with tho partial ' sterilisation of the^ soil it wan able to absorb oxygen very much more rapidly than untreated soil; Owing to tho eloao connection known to exiit between the power of oxygon a-baorption of a soil and its productivity, it was thought probable that such partially sterilised soils would b^ijioro productive than untreated soils, «ud pot experiments proved that this wan the case. At this stage iu tho re* search it was found that the conclusion was. not novel, the discovery having been ytudo accidentally in Alsace aud eonfirinoU in u laboratory in Germany. As a result of a long series of investiga tions carried out at llothauisted tho following propositions had been d...

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THE TYROLEAN FRUIT CASE. A GERMAN METHOD OF PACKING APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

the TYROt-EAN FRUIT CASE. , rntMAN METHOD OF PACKING A APPLES. II- I (r. Turner (Chief Horliuullural Oliicer), in "Journnl of Agricul ture." About llio lUli Octobor last, a cable enrm .appeared in the daily press, li'liicli reiwl.ns follows: ' AUSTRALIAN FRUIT. Gorman Market. Packing Alothods Criticised. Ilerr Honocli, of Berlin, in a re port to tho Commonwealth Govern ment, stales'that tho importation nl' Australian apples nn.l pears into Uormany is greatly'prejudiced, be cause the fruit i3 wronjly packed. . Merchants who ro-pacU the fruit i.u a looser and more att.'aetivo way were malting 25' per cunt, addi tV.nal profit'owing '*& the altera tion.- Tlio fniit marketed in Ger many is rapidly extending, and is attracting buyers from Itussia, Scandinavia,. and adjacent coun tries.' flerr. Henoch offers to for ward sample case* lo Australia packed in tlio Gorman style, should llie-fruit-growera wish it. Immediately after, tho appearance ol I Mi caljly a suggestion wax nnuia . ...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

(Iij "RllStricilS. 1 Micro ir> eyt ry ivjimhi to commend the de.Mro oi tho MiuisUr of Agr»cul Uitfy Ui increase tho nvmiiQo ytofd ot wheat in \ ictoria. it imn already liecn shown that tho adoption of pro per methods in tho wuy of oukivalion would add immensely to tho annual yield ot wheat, and, ineidentallv, to tlio w(with of the tflato as a whole. L'ho Government Statist's returns .show that tho maximum yield was obtained in tho County of IJonmg, where mi average ol IS Ui bushels was harvest,.,!. The .Minister of Agricul ture' (.Mr. i 1 idcJiiii.se/t) attributes tins to the. tact that the tanners in that district, have always been to tho front in adopting up-towlato methods of oul uvavion, and in following the. touch* ings el the Agricultural department as regards manuring, fallowing, and thor ough cultivation us a preparation of ihe iand tor wheat. Gladstone County was second 011 the list nilh 17.J,S bushels, closely followed bv Kara Kara with 17.123, and Lowan Ui.iM bushels p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

r-\J-i ECZEMA. Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS. «f 256 Gouger Slreel, Adelaide, S.A.. writes the slory of her terrible suffer ings, 24/12/12. Eight years she was a martyr to the agony of Eczema, until she received relief from the almost ccaseless pain of this awful affliction through the use of CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Your medicine br»» been a great blessing to me, I suffered wif/i Eczcma for eight years ; my }eg» were swollen to an nwful size and covered with walery blisters that would keep oo breaking. Ail that time I was con fined Jo my home, never being out except when taken to the hospital. They declined to take me ia and pro nounced nic i/tcurable. Your medicine was recommended to me by Nurse Grace, who said it was a splendid Mood purifier, and my only hope was to get my blood into good order. That is three years ago, and after taking a few bottles of Ciements Tonic (ha swelling was reduced and the blisters disappeared. 1 could again do my house hold work, which 1 bad not done lor years. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 1 May 1914

Cheers and WVigqratea. ThO Fronch Avlatdoa-Lieutenants Dphu and VaRtlcmacre have been l>lttcn by. ft m^d dog tjt Casi} Blar\ ca, iu Algeria, ftud aro !(ow in hoq ? ^959* jl.-' /f[\^ nvEii ours HOT Became Running Sores, Itching and Pain Kept Her Awake At Night. Used Cuticura Remedies. Trouble Quite Left Her, "EclRccllfTe," Victoria St.; Arncllffo; N. 8. W.-"My littlo girt Violet, "when two year* of ago. cob blood poisoning through balng bitten by mos quitoes. Tho bilea seemed to spread and beconio running aoros and ncabs all over hep body. Tho itchlns and pahi would keep lier awaho at nljsh t and alio would scratch tho florcn, which of courso only mado them ?worse. I tried all sorts of remedies and advico to euro her, for over threo months, but without any sign of tho eoros going away. Ono day I satT tho Cuti cura Remedies advert Ued, and reading of a euro obtained through using Cuticura, I sent for a sample of Cuticura Ointment, wblrh I applied as directed. "Whim tho sample was l...

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