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Murder as a Fine Art. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
Murder as a Fine Art. News o£ terrlblo significance and Import is to hand from Chicago, where ft body of dqctors, chemist!), and judges experienced in criminal iny vestigntion, have combined in an application to the government of tho county for funds for tho establish ment of a special board of exam iners of expert scientific murderers, whose methods, it . is averred, have been so perfect.ea as to maso uiu detection of murder by poisons im possible by any existing means. "Murder has nt last become a fine art," declare iouf celebrated local criminologists, The "cobra death" Is in especially high favour with murderers. This is accomplished liy simply scratch ing the skill of the victim with cobra poison, very^ much alter tho style of Lucretia Borgia, an agon ising death resulting in a few min utes. Save by specialists, _ this cause of death is uncllseoveruble, In cither cases, intending murderers lightly turn to thoughts of easily administrate capsules containing germs of deadly disea...
WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. "I haven't much pationco with tho poople who object to smoking, because .it jb 'unladylike,' " (Hays a London ^ritor.) "Cycling for women was 'unladylike'. not very long ago; BO was tho wearing oi' tailormndo coata and skirtB! Tor a good many yeara, tho 'nico giTl* never waltzed. Sho only dancod polkas, quadrilles, aud HO on, and loft waltzing to tho kind of poo plo who did bunny hugs and turkoy trota a aeaaon or two back. What you call 'unladylike' roally depends very much on the year in which you woro .born." Tho writer then goes on to atato, her real reason for disliking smoking, bce.auao when strong men wish to got into the pink o2 condition-boxers, foot ballers, and forth-they nearly always give up smoking. ''Well, I think they ought to know what they are doing. I think that a habit whichv, cojifeasely, doesn't help to build up tho organism of a football champion is nioro than likely to do downright harm to tho infinitely moro delicate structuro of a wom...
Monsters of the Past. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
Monsters of the Past. (Dy'WILLIAM NORTH.)' "There wore giants in Chose days," giants so enormous and, according to prescnt-dny ideas, so grotesquo that it is difficult to describe them. I was once examining a skeleton before mo when a man and a woman, with a-couple of children, came along. They were clearly out for the day, though why they should have elected to spend even a part of it nt a museum, through which they wandered aimlessly,, was ditli cult to guess. Well, anyway, in course of time the little party, cume to a stand for an instant .before that mighty skeleton. They could not quite ignore it, though naturally tiie children were much more interested in the contents . of the basket their mother carried. The waman glanced nt the hugo structure of bones coldly ; it fell to the man to pass judgment and to improve the occasion. For an in stant the pigm.y stood before the giant of a bygone age-it mado him look very small indeed-and then he spoke. "Oh, that's a little bit o' orlit...
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
WASTE NOT, WANT NOT. "Oil, Ethel, why don't you ustf your finger bowl?" , "Wliat'a tlio uao of wasting this good jam, mother, whom I call lictt my lingers " »> 0, what wero skies without tho stars'' 0, what wero earth without tho flow ers? Aud what iroro life without tho love of frioadsP -Woathwloy,.
PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. . A Home authority states that per fumes aro no longor considered con demned as effeminate. Bath crystals aro among the more popular forms of porfumc, as they aro refreshing and also softou tho water. . Public taste now shows a strong ten (icuey towards tho mysterious scent, so that tho old simple scents liko violet, rose, and lily of tho valley aro giving way to perfumes composed of perhaps as many as fifty different ingredients -perfumes, for instance, liko Shom-ol Nessim. Thoro is as much harmony and. discord in perfumery as in music, Harmony in the. toilet can only bo achieved by tho uao of tho same per fume throughout, whilo, in tho mak ing of composite perfumes, tho smallest grain too much or too little of any ingrediont will causo as much discord as wheu a pianist plays a wrong note.
COST OF TWO WARS. REMARKABLE FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
COST OF TOO WARS. y ? REMARKABLE FIGURES. Interesting in these cloys of war aro the figures that the Japanese Government has Just given out in nns\Vor to the request of two depu ties in Parliament..- They are the first published statistics on Japan's last two wars, those with China and with. Russia. Tho first, lasted 283 days, from August 1st, 189-1 to May 10th, 1895. Tho total ex pense was in round numbers £3,&lt;155,000. Tho ships of war had a total tonnage of 03,000, and tho cost per ton per dny was ft little over two shillings. Tho war with . llussia lasted 01/1 days, from February 10th, 1904, to October 10th, 1905, and the cost was £22,515,000. The nnvnl ves sels had a total tonnage of 283,100 and the cost per day per ton was ubout 3s. 2d. The great difference in tho cost of operation of naval vessels comes from tho change in types. Big battleships , are nob now so expensive to keep in ser vlco.
CHAFFEUR'S "JOY RIDES." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
CHAFFEUR'S "JOY RIDES/' A chauffeur 'a ''joy rides" with girls in his employer's motor-car wero do scribed at West London recently, when Stanley Ernest Wood pleaded guilty to stealing 30 gallons., of petrol belonging to his employer, Mr. Last Smith. When arrested, Wood was stated to have Baid -&lt;4I am sorry. I havo mado up my mind to go straight. I know I served him very dirty. Mr. Last Smith is the best master I ever had. I don't suppoeo I shall find another like him." Counsel for the prosecution said that Wood had boon treated by Mr. Last Smith with extraordinary forbearance and kindness. Ho had been consistent ly robbing his employer of petrol, which ho obtained on Mr. Last Smith's ac count from a garage, and had used tho petrol inJndulging in "joy rides." Evi douee could bo called, if necessary, said counsel, to prove that Wood gave for a payment of 5s. lossons in motor-driving in his employer's car to another man, that ho had often driven in tho car to meet a girl; wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
I,KG POISONED AND ULGERATKD. HOSPITAL OPERATION OF NO AVAIL. ZAM-BUK'S HEALING ENDS 29 YEARS' DISABLEMENT. Badly crippled by poisoned ulcers od her lege, Mra E. Roh»o, of 0, Maolaggan Street, Dunedin, N Z., was threatened with permanent lameness until Bho got Zam-Buk, to draw out the corruption and perfectly heal tbe limb. " Fearful leg oloers," siid Mru Rohao, "caused me 26 years of pain »nd suffering' Tha trouble in the first instance resulted from a kick, bnt blood poison, which afterwards sec in really started my long life of misery. "The burning pain and irritation ted op by the sores was awful, and ib gave ms no rest, either day or night. " I attonded the Hospital for seven months altogether and underwent two operations. Bat the treatment mnde my legs even worse, and the crippling ulcers spread rouad the ankle. When hospital dootors hud failed, I began to \ry all aorta of ointments and remedies that were re commended bnt they were quite use less. ' ' " A' length I got a pot of...
ON CREDIT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
ON CREDIT. Ho was tlio least wealthy, but.^tlio most favored of her admirers. Love, lovo was what sho clung to, nothing else. -It presented itself on Christinas morning with shiny elbows, unoreasod trousers, and a cardboard box. "li'or me?" sho cried. Ho nodded bashfully. "Oh, how lovely," sho exclaimed a. moment later as tho simple ottering of flowers came to viow. " How sweet and fresh they aro. Why, I believe thoro is a little dow on .them yet!" "Well-er-yes, thoro is," ho ad mitted, blushing, "but it's really quite a small amount, and I shall bo able to pay it all nest week." He was a young man-a candidal© fur an agricultural constituency-and ho was sketching in glowing colors to tho audieuco of rural voters tlio liappy life the laborer would lead under an administration for tho propagation of sweetness and light. "Wo have not yot threo acres and a cow, but it wili como. Tho promised sanatorias aro still for tho future, but thoy will coni%." Similarly evory item of his comprehen...
THE SKIN MARKET. Tuesday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
THE iSKIN MARKET. Tuesday, April 28. S DALOETV AND CO. reportMonday being 11 public holiday, pales were held on Tuesday, when moderate offerings were placed beforo - mi sTirago attendance of buyers. Rabbit rk II" met with brisk competition, and were re-tdily disposed of at par to $d per lb. higher. Wallaby wore in good demand, mill prices were distinctly higher for furriers* oh«8. i. Very few fox skins,were offered,and ? he market wan dull at tnchangid rates WH quote : Best headless rabbit uk ui-.Vioto riao 0.1 to lid ; N.8. iV. 8id to lOd I fox .kiui, winter firsts, 00s to 108s per doa.
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A euro for ants of all kinds, eockr roachos, and any^ other pests that in vado the panty^* is green -walnuts. PlacG in tho closets, cupboards, or any placo whoro thoy aro likoly to bo. Tho euro ia effectual and tho remedy cloan. "When you clcan tho ebony brushes on your toilet table, rub a littlo vaso liuo over tho backs before you "wash tho bristlos, as this provents tho soda i or ammonia in the water from injuring | tho ebony. Tho vasolino Bhould after wards bo removed by polishing the backs with a dry cloth. To clcan much-soiled hands do not go to work roughly with brush and soda water, but loosen tho dirt by rubbing the handp well with sweet oil, or even lard or dripping. Then wipo off the grease as much as possiblo with a piece of* soft paper or old rag, and wash the hands with warm water and soap. To make toast on a gas-ring, got a small «round of wife gauzo and place over tho ring. It will got red hot, and bread can bo toasted with a foj^c over it in Jlio sam...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
NEWS SUMMARY. Mr. Justico Rich, in Sydney, dis missed tho applioaton ot tlio linking Xr.-idoa limployoos' Federation Unit tlio, hours ot bolting should bo between tl a.m. and 0 p.m. titoolt cgonta and pastornlists expioi,) ourpriso at tho statement of Mr. Frank Clarko, M.li.C., that moat would soon bo 1/ a pound in Alul bourno... Tho roport of a special inquiry je gurding tho red-gum growing ou on oxtonsivo aroa hold uuuor grazing urea luoBoa on tho west sidu of the Ulenc'g River, lias boon adopted by tho, Mill iliter for Lands. A married man, 28 yeara of ago, named Martin Benjamin McNamara, of CoHingwood, was arrested on Friday ou a cbargo of having stolon leather val ued at £311 from tho factory of Thois. I'itman. Tho rorento collooted at tlio Custom llouso oi.i April 2-1 amounted to: - Rovenuo, £15)735/8/10; State, £220 £220/0/0; contingent, £115/4/0; pilot ago, £175/4/0; wharlago, £22/10/8. ilr. 11. L. Baker, haa engaged Iladoux, tho Swiss champion; Euatacho, tho Kroncl! middle-...
HOW THE WORLD IS FILLING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
HOW THE WORLD IS FILLING UP. Most people do not realise how the world is filling up now, und although wo hear of millions of aero of laud still unoccupied, yet the population, is press ing already on the food supply. Pro bably the population now is ten times greater than it was, say, at the time of the Norman conquest, but it is increasing in geometrical ratio, and tho production of food- is not increas ing accordingly. We are, as a matter of fact, approaching the limit of iuuu production. Twenty years ago, when "the depression" was at tho worst, a great deal of wheat was sold at under 20/ per quarter. It has been rising' over since, and although it is not muoh ovor 30/ still it touched 40/ last aut umn. Wo have tho exampio of the United States, which is actually now importing food, and where the popula lation has made up on tho food pro duction. Thirty or forty years ago the reverse was tho case, and we were drowned out in this country by Am erican produco. As the result of nil thi...
ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. Tho dual-purpoao ghost will not dowUj and yot for all its bobbing up hero and thcro and gibbering, it ia nothing uioro than a ghost). It ia a half-way propo sition whoro nono but half-way dairy farmers will caro to etop aud loso time aud monoy. A rocont number of tho "Texas Stockman and Farmer" con tains a contribution from Mr. B. O. Cowan, in which tho author contro verts some of tho statements and reas oning made by "Hoard's Dairyman" in ono of ita recent utterances upon this subject.. Most of ilr. Cowan's articlo is a re-hauli of ancient history, but ho occasionally makes a concrete state ment. Like all other advocates of this delusion, ho completely ignores tho two basic objections to the ? theory:-(1) . That it is a subversion of truo breed ing principle* to attempt to unite pro fitably two such opposing tempera ments as tho milk temperament and mo beof tompcrament; (2) that tho produc tion of Buch cattlo is uneconomic, so far at least as the dairy farmo...
POLITICAL JOBS." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
POLITICAL JOBS." The fagged-out Cabinet Minister wae catching a brief respite from the rag ing mob of importunate place-hunters. A card was bruoght in. Under the naino was written, "Don't want an ap poitment.11 "Show the gentleman up," said the Cabinet Minister eagerly. Ho entered, "My dear sir," said: the official, I'm g ad to seo you. You are the only man I'vo oeen for weeks who did not w; ill an appointment of somo kind." . (;h, no; I came to ask an appoint iue i for a friend of mine." On day the children in a c ty scif'nl were given a lesson about i'uu cow. "I!I m'xt day a oocoanut was b* ought i i for I'.eir inspection. When tho big nut came to ltosio (loMbcj; sho happened 10 shake it, anil h a/ I something insido. "What's that?" she asked. "Thi't's milk." llo>io took another look &lt;i: lUc nut and asked . "Did tho'cow liiy it?" Science is supposed to pay no heed to sentiment; to bo co\d, logical, Bcep tieal. Yet the whole t$ond of modern science is altoffJther in" ...
MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIBNSDALE. Saturday, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
I MARKETS AM) SALES j 3 OIPPSliANt) STOOKjBKPOBTS BAIRN8DALE. Saturday, April 25, MttsKSA. MAOAnTiinnawdCO. report: Fat Cattlo -Good yarding and pricc* quite op to last week's high ratca. We Bold oowfl to £12, bullocks to £0 15*, heifers to £8 19" 5 A. Morrison's vealors to £4 12a ; A. Frew's £5. Store Cattlo.-Our yards full and mostly sold at prices about lato rates. Young bullocks made from £5 to £5 ISa, steers from 50a to 70s, poddioB from 20a ts 25a, milkers to £7 15a, storo cows ; iroaad £7t Sheep.-A good yarding, i Demand keen r.nd fina prices. Wo sold 18 ! forward merino CWCB 12s 4d, 18 fat lambs 12s lid, 202.mixed weanors 13a lOd, 211 crossbred ewes 6 and 8»tooth 18s 6d, 80 old ] ewea 8s fld, 44 lambs 10a 8d. Figs,-Fair yarding And nil sold at lato ratca. Weaners i nude from 0j to 13a, alipa from Hi to 10a ; »tor« no'ta from 23a to 27s. Privately wo bare sold 75 store bullocks, 45 bullocks, 10 fat cows, 10 rams. 85 weaners, 50 fat sheep, 7 lal wethers, 270 wethers, 35 fab la...
DANGEROUS FLANNELETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
DANGEROUS FLANNELETTE. Two co-operative socioties trere 9ach fined 5a. and costs in the Durham Couu tr Police Court, for soiling inflammable fllannelette as non-inflammable. '1 Non-inflammable,n said the label on a piece of flannelette belonging to the Aunfield Plain Industrial Society. The inspector applied a match, and iu five seconds it vras consumed. These are said to be the' first prose cutions of the kind in England.
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
KIFLG NOTES, A very interesting coupebition took plnOfl between the members of the 0fflPO olnb on the Omeo range, for a trophy (.» bountiful silver teapot) pre BPDted by Mr R. Shannon. The olnb g»vfl 100 onrtridgea for sooond plaoo ,ad DO cartridges for third place. A lure »>"n,"'r members tnrnrd np to ihont «nd compulsion was vory keen. Tfcp firl" "hoot of Boven Bhoba an GOOyd?. «nd COOfi.". resulted in a tio between T. H Riwsod, O. F, . Faithful and o' J. Huskies with the.score of 63. The fin«l shoot took plaoo on Wednes day, th'' conditions being seven shots oti300/df. ond COOydc., the result) bping U win for G. J. Hnegins, with T. H. B.iwnon ppcnnd and G. F. Faithful third. ft'etnhnra are reminded that the musketry shooting will commpnce to morrow (Wednosday) afternoon, and ire requested to bo on tho rango at 2 "olock sharp.
SORE THROAT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
SORE THROAT. " Ail ounco o£ prevention," is is said, "is worth a pound of cure"; and cer tainly the old adage is self graven in the case of soro throat. Prompt atten tion given to first symptoms will in all probability avert the threatened catas trophe. It is generally heralded by hcadaehc, chilliness, and a dry, rough feeling in the throat. To produce .1 thorough sweat is tho most simplo way to break up a cold, and this may bo ac complished by u hot bath immediately before getting into bed, wrapping one self in warmed blankets and taking a very hot drink, lemonade, etc. Ono tea spoonful of common baking soda to a glass of hot water, or salt water in tho same proportion, makes a capital garglo, and is one which can be obtained at a fow moments' notice. Tho garglo should be as. hot as can be borno, and used every half hour till tho inflamma tion subsides.
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 May 1914
(By "Fleminston.") Radnor is back safo and sound at Flemington, and considering tho hoavy campaign ho has been through, tho little Cuampiou winner looks, well. Ho is, undoubtedly, ouo ot tlio hardy sort none but a souud constitutioned horse could have weathered tho storm as lie has douo. Radnor is now tu bo given .Ti well earned respite from aotivo duty, and no galloper ever better earned a holiday. Radnor lives to fight another day, but, according to all accounts, Bora goon has said good-bye to tho race course. Beragoon has not actually broken down, but having developed a leg trouble, hia ownor has dotermiuod not/ to porsevoro with him on the Turf. The Multiform colt did not last long on the racecourse, but at his best, he was an exceptionally brilliant gal loper. Though discredited by doieat this Autumn, Beragoon was unques tionably the best ot hia year. Tho Y.R.C. Derby settled that point once and for all. Another of the season's throe-year oids who does not seem destined to en j...