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Terribly Tempted. FAUST. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 8 May 1914
Tempted. SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. FAUST. '0 silenziol 0 misterd*! moiiabile mistero !" Months passed 011, -and Lenore had yet. no reason. to regret ner .choice. Her joung life was iuli Di color and bright ness, Some unseen hand invariably seemed to biuootn tile way ior her, and make her path. easy, mj thai- the ucep, uuik problem ut existence was as yet unsolved, and she still led the impui^onal liio oi a dreamer at a ics Uv.il. 'J'ho Colonel gambled, betted, drank a good deal at nines, and was not always the gracious gallant gen tieuian oi the past; but Maudsley, wateuiui and ever at hand, ^uothevi linn, checked his moods, turned all un pleasant scenes, and by innate tact, good breeding and oourte&y, avv-rted that semblance oi ili-huiuour and ir ritation so oiten apparent m a man neavily m debt and with a slightly congested liver. 4 Lie Colonel and Lenore had just re turned Irom the Derby. Anotner May had uawned. the second Spring they had passed together. Stamer had d...
MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. Saturday, May 2 [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 8 May 1914
-MARKETS \M) SALKS GIFPSLAND STOCK REPOBT8 BAIRNSDALE. Siturdiy, May M essusA. Macaktiiuu AND CO. report: A ainullor ya'diug than usual end buyers plentiful ; tho highest pi ices recorded for ft long time were realised, b'alc^-8 vc*iy hue cows for Mr Tho*, Smith, Hotsehill edtuto, being the weekly draft, to £13 Cs, ind averaging JCll 18-j ; others to £10 15*, heifeia to £8 12a; bullocks to £10 5i, aud outaide during the week 20 very fine fit cow* for Mr A. J, Webb, *' Rath, firnhain,'' ut £12 per head to the eatate of J. lSeckly. JStoto (Jrtttle.-a small yarding of mixed lote, which eold at. bite rate*, conditioned 'cattlo nuking very high rate*. Sheep.-We yarded eoveral peas of fat* aud stores, >vhich sold at gout ratea and outride to * uortheru buyer 1000 mixed weauorn for tho Messrs J. W. WtbUer, " Ouiglea," Slnifoord, 400 f>>r Mr Kalph Jackson, of ferubm-k, 800 for Mr 8»»m Lme, uud 200 for Mea3cs Phiddiau Bros., all nt advanced prioeu. Piga.-A full yard* iug of HtnalKpi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 8 May 1914
r »T>) Harrison, San Miguel Il'ROr. liTD., CORK MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY 1-IODSE FOR Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All Articles used in the above trades. Note Address 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. 'lil li j The J 1 FURNITURE | REMOVERS AND STORERS. | 317 COLLINS STREET, MELB. '1'liones-9-~S-9279. Large number Vans constantly travelling country; wo want back loading. Write us. IC railing, consign to lis, Pponocr Street, ami advise. Stores, Brie!;, subdivided in small rooms at current rates. Vans returning from Warrnam bool, Morllalie, Terang, Gamper down, Oolae. I.ismore, during April. Vans returning from Allmry, Wodonga, Benalla, Kuroa, during April. Vans returning from XumurKali, Ki'hnea. Pieola. Rochester. Ben digo, early in May. Back Loading Wanted. ttoit ftrOsa 6blilU#. DHIOW CO., Stt Elliott 0l,feUlk W. MORGAN a CO.. 250-0 SWANSTON-ST, MELBOURNE: Telephone. 1006. Matiuraotnrers ot Tents, Tarpaulin...
SHIRE PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 8 May 1914
SHI UK PmiluNTS. £ 8. F. A. Wlboo, ppgineec 33 6 J. ShanHhan. ^ecrrt iry ... 17 1 G. A. Uollen, poumikeeper... 2 I G. J. Hii^R'n*, iosptctor ... 2 18 tT. O. Mar*den, advertising 1 4 Arnnll and'Jacksou, stationery 5 6 Government Printer 1 8 M. U. liotlgers, stationery ... 0" 9 Petty cash ... ' 5 0 C'>mmUttiou do# fees 7 14 Vermin destruction - 0 Country Firo Binaries' boird 2 U Gippsla'nd Shire Association 1. 1 I expenses' 6 6 Special work* and nnteiiald 41 D Gown ment grant 50 0 hanirary >orviee 12 15 Municipal contracts M» Poolan V ^ R, Gray 7 5 0. W. Talbot 11 Id A. E. Boucher 17 2 R, Matthews ... ... .. 23 0 S. Sargont 21 14 0 W Talbot 39 8 lV-Kakins ... ... 7 5 Country Roa'ds Boaid ... ... 69 17 OrncO'ttrinht'ro'.d grant ... 78 4 Municipal day Mbor ... 9 12 Lnto acoouut (T. Fallon) ... 25 0 £50C 2 d 8 8 8 4 0 7 4 0 U 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 6 0 4 0 0 7 8 0 0 WoocU' Great Peppermint Cute, For Coughs and Cold", never fails, 1& 6d.
WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 8 May 1914
WO MEW DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. England lias at least one profession for -women that is not overcrowd-jd, and that is dentistry. Women, so ready to enter medicine, are, strangely enough, little represented hero, said Miss L. M. Brooks, Secretary and War den of the London School of Mediciue for Women. "We have only five girl students for the dentistry course at present. Last , year the number was three, and the previous year two. Prior to that there i was a gap of some years without any students at ail. "Looking ut the thing from a busi ness point of view, it is a splendid investment for parents of girl«. The course extends over four years, and the joint fees amount in all to £180. The studies are pursued at this school and at the National Dental Hospital in Great Portland street. "At the end of four years, when ihoy become registered dental practitioners, their incomes should easily equal tho3e of the average male dentist, wlri-jh ranges from £000 to £2,000 a year. "The existence o...
"SHOPPING." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 8 May 1914
"SHOPPING'.' From Berlin comes a statement that aii unfortunate shopkeeper who charged a lady sixpence for the trouble sho had given when she had tried on many* hats and then left without making a* purchase has been sent to prison .as guilty of "extortion."This suggests the ethics of the subject of shopping as it is carried on in England. A writer' in a contemporary makes out a good case for tradesmen uud assistants against the inconsiderate and troublesome cus tomer. Two departments of the modern shop are especially victimised, be says. One is that of gloves, where the shopman experiences the diiHculty from dual causes. First is the insensate demand for a very cheap glove, which has made one and elevenpence a kind of stan dard price that many will not exceed, with the result that they are made of inferior skius allied with imperfect workmanship. The other is the foolish wish to wear a very small size, which leads the woman who should ask for an honest seven to compress her palms an...
WHY PILLOWS ARE HARMFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 8 May 1914
WHY PILLOWS ARE HARMFUL. .'You are only one out of millions," .?.slid a West Jind physician to uio (writes a contributor to a Loudon paper) when I complained .that my night'* .sloop seldom proved completely ix^utrative. "Very few people know how to .sleep properly. Almost every one makes ono mistake or another with regard to bed, bedclothes, or pillowy, and some of these mistakes bavo seri ous consequences. Tako the old-fash oind bolster sunnounted by a pillow, ?a' what is almost as bad, ono pillow on ;p of another. Some people I know use even three pillows. When ono lies on the back such an arrangement tips up the head, compressing tho blood and lymphatic vessels of tho neck, and preventing tho return of waste matters trom tiio brain. Tho brain lies ail night in a bath of nerve poison, and no wonder it is heavy and dull in the morning. But worse still, this attitude promotes spinal curva ture. In the case of young growing people it mny permanently deform the spinal column and produ...
THE GIRL WHO BLUSHES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 8 May 1914
THE GIRL WHO BLUSHES. i When I was sevcnt-eon (says a girl i writing in a London women's woekly) , it used to mnko mo olmply fnrioiiB to | road stories about girls who woro con stantly changing colour, and looking all the more churiuing for it. I changed j colour, too, ami so did all tho girls I | knew, but wo never looked charming i we used to look patch-faced frights. Instead of a "delicate tlush creeping' up into niv cheeks,fr as the stories «ay, mv nose aiul ears used to turn a bril liant, staving red. Instead of my "love Iv face blanching gradually to a lily like whiteness," 1 would turn a nasty, damp-looking grey when I was tired or frightened. And all the other girls did the same. I expect that you are very much i« the same ease, for 1 don't betieve that girls have undergone any great altera tion since 1. was'scventcen. So you'll be glad to hear of the hints which help ed me to control my blushes just as you may learn to control colours. J» the Jirst place, yon must never hav...
SOME POINTERS IN THE CARE OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
SOME POINTERS IN THE CARE OF PIGS. The esauutiiils of an uuviioumont suitable tor brooding animals nro Midi as will nftord tlicin an abundance of sunlight, fresh air aud oxoroiso during tlio day, and warmth and freedom from dampness at night. During tlio sum mor months tlio housing proolcm is an easy one; and that of |i£ovidui^ rau«o is moro difficult because it involves fencing, and for this reason too many pig-growers fail to provide Millioicul rango to dorivo tho greatest possible bonelit from it. Thure aro no rules for determining tlio acreage pecossary to pasture a givon inmibor of pigs. Hiunfull, tho naturo of tho soil, tillage, amount of grain foci, are all fattors tlia'. ontor into tho problom. In most parts of the proviuco one-half aero of woll oulti vated land eoivii to a suitable forage crop-will bo sufliciont to pasturo one brood sow and her progony of Bovon pigs. The amount of grain that should bo fed in addition to tho forago thus supplied will vary from i) to 10 lb. p...
THE WEIGHT OF A HAYSTACK. A SIMPLE METHOD OF APPROXIMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
V THE WEIGHT OF A HAYSTACK. A SIMPLE MKTIIOl) OJt' Al'PUOXl .UAXLON. In ascertaining tho number of tons of Lay Jn a stack, mauy farmers roly upou mere guesswork, Lilt something near tho approximate weight may bo obtained if tho length and width bo measured, and then a tapo passed from tho bottom of tho stack on 0110 side to tho bottom on tho other aide, and this measurement* which'is called tho overthrow, and the answer will givo tho number of cubic foot in tho stack. Of course, if tho stack has different widths or different height,*, measurq: monts will liavo to ho taken in sovoral places, tho average of theso being ob tained'by adding them together and di viding by tho number of measurements 'made. Tho number of cubic foot of hay per ton varies considerably with the lougth of timo that it lias been stacked. With uowly stacked hay it will tako about 500 cubic feut to equal a ton, and if it lias been .stacked for two or throo months, from 350 to 400 feet. After tho number of cubic f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
For dross 4( lug cuts, bruises, scrapos, or 'scolds, tfiei'o is :iathing like Znm-Uuk, Tiio re ) fined herbal extract? fr&lt;?u» which Zam'BuH .is pc$pat'Qil s sink Iijtq Che tissues, sooth; -prevent festering ' and blood lolsin. Huvlninurifiocl uwo.uiv.i, Uoa'sf It v/i 'h* new S\\U\ CHURCH SERVICES. Ohdroh ok liNatANi).-Sund ly, Muy 17 : Oilleo Q (FI.O.), 11 and 7.30, Bennmbrn 3, B»V. (J.1 H. IJoylin. ? ' ' 'PiiEaiiviKEiANCiiniiaii-h'unJay.Mny 17: Ton^io West 11, Swift's Creek 2 30, Omeo 7 30, Roy. F, G. Faram. y.y-???»»&lt;>iwOTOim For Chrooic Olicst Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Curo» Is Cd. Frequent shampoos with Cuticura Soap, assisted when nccessary by gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment, afford I he purest, sweet est and most economical method of freeing the scalp of infants and children from minor eruptions, itchhiRS and sea lings and of es tablishing permanent hair health,' Q ' Cutlru:;: .'-c,v> Olnifiirrjt ra!,l «t tliu v.'orhl. A l.)j: rr;...
THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, May 0. DALOETY AND CO. reportSupplies aro not arriviug very freely aa yot, aud only modorato aupplieo wore submitted on Men* day. babbit skiua elicited steady competi tion at uncliangcd prices," any improvement jp qijahty being recognised. Other vde epripliona wero quiet, and any ohunge in value? favqred buyers. , We quote s Boat headlesa rabbit bkins, Victorian Od to lid | N.8. W. 8Jd to lOd; fox iklD9, winter flrata, 90s to 108a perdoz.
MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. SPECIAL CATTLE SALE. Friday, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
MARKETS A WD SALES GIPP8L&ND STOCK REPORTS B&IRNSDALE. SPECIAL CATTLE SALE, Friday, Hay 1. MES3H3 A. M'Leak AND CO. report: - At our special cattlo sale on tho abovo date, *70 yarded 1300 head of mixed cattle to a good attendance of buyers, local aud down country. Tho spccial feature of the yarding was the all-round good quality of the oattle, and wo succeeded iu disposing of «vory lot offered, witb the exception of two small pens. The demand was good and sustained right through the salo, tho whole yarding iaoluding youug stock, making the eplendid uvcrage of £5 5a por head. Moat of tho cattle wore purohascd by down country buyers. Cows sold to £G 7a, bul locks to £8, hoifera to £-4 Is ; C. Davidson's 13 young bullooks £-4 14s, 15 heifer* £3 15-?, 34 cows £3 16?, 8 cows £4 8j, COWS and colvoe £4 2* Cd, E, Burden's youag bullocks £4 26i, cows £4 23 Gd, cows and calves £3 12s, heifers £3, and calvcs £1 15s.
OMEO FISH SOCIETY. CONSIGNMENT OF TROUT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
OMEO FISH S0UIET7. CONSIGNMENT OF TROUT. For some time past tbe Oraeo Fish Protection bis been endeavoring to obtain an increased supply o£ yearling trout for the district streams, and on Monday a telegram was received from the Chief Inspector of Fisheries (Major Semmeos) to the effect) that if the society could arrauge to take de livery of 1500 trout in 45 cum. at Brntlieo, in abous three wenKi' time, they would ba sent along. The society has made the necessary amusements for conveying the fish to Omeo, and liata have been issued to the society'* collectors and it is expected that sulB cienb money will be obtained to cover the oosf. A meeting of the society is oalled for Saturday evening when the fish will be elloted to the various streams. Io is imperative that conveyances ahull be ready in Omeo to take delivery and distibute the trout in the several streams immediately on arrival. The chief inspector insists that if there iB aDy failure to take charge of any al lotment, tbe fish ...
ENSAY. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
ENSAY. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDHM.]! FOOTBALL. Tho Ensay football club held tholr annual meeting on Saturday, April 25, when the seerotary reportod the olub in a'good position in regard to membership and finances. Several new players have boon added and the committoo are Banguino of tho team rendering a good account of themselves daring the forthcoming season. BIFLE OLUB. Tho second shoot in connection with the trophy presented by tho Ensay riflo olub took place on May 2, when a good muster of mombors preaenred themselves for tho competition. The shooting, generally, showed a marked improvement, some of tho competitors not being nblo to avail thomselvos of the handicap allotted to them through exceeding the possible. Owing to the delay in receiving ammunition the shoot could noo bo concludcd, only three out of the four ranges heing fired over. 'The next shoot will takn place on Saturday over tho 600yds. range, when an alteration in tho poai-~ tions may take place. The conditions oro eig...
CREAM PUFFS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
UltKAM l>Ul&lt;\L'',S. Four C'KHS 3 o/j. butter, 5 oz. flour, 1 breakfast clip boiling witter. I'ut water nml butter into v.n enamelled pan. When quite boiling add Hour nml stir quickly with wooden spoon until mixtui'0 leaves sides of pan. Set asido to cool, tlifn add e"»s one at a tinio unbeaten. iUix well until mix * turo has a slimy 'appearance'. H;ivo your oven aud tray very liot, Hour tray, anil drop on in teaspoonfuls, leaving room lor them to swell. When ooolced tliev will leavo tray easily. Put on a sie'vo to eool, ojjen at side, and fill with sweetened whipped cream or leiuou mixture.
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. The following were the resnlta of the matches played in Melbourne on Saturday : LEAGUE. Gl. Bh. Pts, Soutb Melbourne ... 11 8-74 Fitzroy 9 12-66 Easendon ... ... 9 15-69 St. Kilda .. -.. 7 10-52 " Collinfiwood... ... 12 18-90 Richmond ... - ... 4 12-36 Geelong ... ... 10 11-71 Melbourne ... ... 9 4-58 Carlton ... - ... 13 24-102 University 4 8-32 ASSOCIATION. Brunswick ... ... 6 18 -54 Williamstown- ... 4 9-33 Essendon ... ... 6 9 -45 Footscray 5 3-33 Prahran ... .. 8 14 -62 Port Melbourne ... 4 10-34 Brighton 13 §3-101 Hawthorn ... ... G 5 41 " "Nortli Melbourne ... 17 23-125 Northcote ... ..2 4-16
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 May 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (.xioun will bo worn, but as davk as iho lir tivo, wiido btowu is going ,to ho vjuito a llair I \ou seo it now. m tho w:y dark shade oi uio, do negro, l/mt biown \nal ii» almost black, and with u- touches oi yoi.ow uio Mirtf to occur. The iwo colour* have an nihility. Tiit.'io will bo alJ Iho biowjis from toto do negro to bronze and dead loaf tints, Von Know that with blown oi a certain biiade nothing looks bettor than old pink, a dead lea rose coiour, and Mioiml a brown costume come your way 1 auviso yon to have one oi tho now j brown Ta^at Uat% the flat shape made i up over a high bandeau at tlio back ! and .side, and filled m with brown tuJJo and quantities of piuk rosea." Do not get tlio colour too pale, yon want tho old pink, but toounieti mixed with white. U is better to lia\o tho shad ing lowavds yodow than while. These arc quite girls' hats, tlio bnm is tilted' very lugh, and hum it- hangs long oiicU oi ribbon; tho very hut lor a pardon party, or ior tho ra...