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LIVING DEATH. OPIUM HORRORS AND MORPHIA MANIACS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

LIVING DEATH. OPIUM HORRORS AND: MORPHIA MANIACS. Happiness in this world )" largely duo to our. inability to see, literally through a brick wall. Sometimes we circumvent .this disability by sneaking in at tho door, ftnd thus contriving to obtain a view of tlninpa on the other side of tho wall. Tho '"peep behind (he scenes" is bad some times for our peace of mind. _ there is a largo house situated in in one of the qiiiiet streets in the precincts of Piccadilly. Externally it is just like its neighbours. It is appronchid by a short flight of solid stops, scrupulously clean. its heavy door, crowned by a fanlight of stnined glass, . and adorned by the usual utilitarian- bells and knocker, carries tho similarity . further. Its hall, furnished': ;Sa: hcjivy dark on';, and lighted by a massive electric chandelier, bears the orthodox sol emn aspect. But with the hall conventionality ends. Accompanicd- by a guide who know the place thoroughly, the writer entered a large ^oom upstairs, evi d...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CHOSEN TO KILL LORD KITCHENER. CONSPIRATORS SENT TO PRISON FOR FIFTEEN YEARS. DETECTIVE OVERHEARD PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

JHOSEN TO KILL LORD - KITCHENER. CONSPIRATORS SENT TO PRISOK r . FOR FIFTEEN YEARS. ; DETEQTIVE OVERHEARD PLOT, The three Egyptian Nationalists, Imam Wakid, Mahmud Taher el Arabl, and Mohammed Abdul Sa laam,, accused of conspiring to kill the Khedive, Lord Kitchener, and the Egyptian Premier, have been senten ced at Cairq tp 15 years' imprison ment, in the case of Wakid "with hard labour. The young men heard tho sentence with unfeigned terror. A brother ol Abdul Salaam, who was outside tliQ court - room, cried threateningly, "Wfcero is Mainour Zapt 1" (Mamour is head of the ^detective depai jent, and was responsible for the arrests.) He was arrested.,. Mftmour Za.pt,' Reciting the inci dents leading to tho arrests, said Salaam was an active member of ail anarchist society. Hg was heard tq cay to Wakid: ''You know Europe, It is easy to cut the Khedive's throat in Europe," The arrest of the three men was thoi result of sqme clever detective work in tho garden of a suburban cafe at Cai...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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TIGHTEN YOUR BELT IF YOU FEEL HUNGRY. IT WILL APPEASE YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

TIGHTEN YOUR BELT IF YOU FEEL HUNGRY. T ; IT WILL APPEASE YOU. The vagrant's remedy [or hunger that o( tightening liia belt-has been put to scientific test by Dr. R. Lcnnhotf, a German ' investigator. Drinks and solid foods were made opaque by the addition of a metallic Bait, and the effect of swallowing these articles was then watched by means of X-rays. It was shown that the simple act of swallowing caused the stomach to contract by reflexion, thus hastening satiation. T?hen solid food was swallowed, the contraction of the stomach was seen, a relatively small amount being needed to satisfy the appetite ; 'the. swallowing of liquids gave less con traction, a larger quantity of' sUcl]' food being necessary, and when the liquid was passed into the stomach through a tube,, without swallowing, twice as much was necessary as be fore. It was concluded that artifi cial pressure on the stomach must have the same effect aB swallowing, Further experiment confirmed this, and in all cases pers...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POST OFFICE COMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

POST OFFICE COMEDY. High tragedy turned to comedy and comedy to . farco nfc a post ofiice in West London recently. . Shortly before live o'clock a young man entered. In his hand was a" open letter, delicately porfumed, on faintly tinted paper. The subtle fragrance of the letter drew the attention of the cus tomers, who uote.d also the somewhat agitated angle, oil his hat and a certain wildncss in I113 eyea. Making swiftly for the telegraph counter he scribbled on form after form, crushing thorn in succession, and throwing them aside. .Finally, with an air of sombre satisfaction, ho threw the last form across the collator accompan ied by a sixpenny piece. The girl behind the counter picked up .the form and read it. quickly. "Anothor halfpenny, please." "Nonsense," the young man said. "Only twelve words." "Thirteen," replied the clerk. "This -pointing with her pencil-"should bo two." Unconscious of the interost taken by some bnlf-do/.eu customers, the young man took .up the tolegram. ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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TO AVOID SUNSTROKE. FIRST AID. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

TO AVOID SUNSTROKE. . A FIRST AID. Sunstroke is n condition brought about by prolonged exposure to ex cessive heat. It occurs most fre quently in the hot summcr'months from exposure to the direct rays o( the sun. That is why it received the name of sunstroke. As a matter of fact, the samo condition occurs from oxposuro to artfficial heat. Two forms of sunstroko are recog nised. One is called heat exhaus tion, the other is known as thermic fever. Tho first is easily distin guished from the second. In heat exhaustion tho patient's face is pale., his skin feels cool and clammy, his pulse is, rapid and - very feeble., while his mind UBdally remains clear. In thermic fover, which is much the moro common, tho face becomes highly- flushed, tho skin is dry and very hot, the pulse is rapid but full and bounding. In most cases tho victim is unconscious. The tempera ture of patients with thermic fevei is anywhere between 107 and 109 "de grees Fahreinhoit and frequently goes up to as high as 11...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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TREATMENT OF THE SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

TREATMENT OF THE SKlN. Good health depends in a great mea sure on the skin being kept in perfect condition, and iIn* must important fac tors m tlii.s aro diet, clothing, exer cise, and cleanliness. Improper loud which is not, readily digested often causes eruptions on tlio skin (that aro uncomfortable and unsightly even ii they arc not sullieiently important to COIMO_ under the head of disease. l£x exorcise of a .strenuous nature has been perform its natural function. When erciso of a strenuous nature has been indulged in, and the body has perspir ed frceeJy, the clothing should be re moved, the body rubbed with a towel and a fresh set of undergarments put on. In this way a feeling of renewed vigor and freshness is enjoyed, where as the damp clothing, if kept on, is apt to cause a'chill to ttio skin. In washing itho body all that is wanted is to cleanse tho surface of the skin and remove the excretion wltieh set tles on it in tho course of the day or night. Scrubbing, rubbing and st...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

NEWS, FROM; VARIOUS SOURCES. The Swiss expedition, headed by Dr. Quorvnin, which has crossed the inland ico of Greenland from fh'sco Island on the West Coast to v Angmagsalik on tho Eust, has ar rived at Copenhagen. Tho glacio logical and meteorological observa tions are described as being excel lent. Tho lowest temperaturo ex perionced was between two and tiired degrees below zero. In Austria, now, living is a bur den,' according' to a report by Con sul A. W. Forbes^ Ho snys : "An attempt was made to Counteract the high price of meat by trial imports of frozen meat from Argentina, and a Commission was sent to London .1>y the Government to study and re port on' 'this trade, and nothing has been 'done. This, added to tht drought of the summer, tho rise in'rent, in fuel, in agricultural pro duce, in clothing, etc., makes life unbearably hard to most in Bo hemia, the wealthiest portion of tho . Empire." An express train from'' Alexandria to Cairo, approaching iQuesna at GO miles nn ...

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A LADY DIVER. EXPERENCES ON THE SEA FLOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

A LADY DIVER. JiXr-KKIKXCKS ON TillS SEA FLOOI!. Tim experiences <>f Mile. Mariner, of Now Brighton, said to bo the only lady marine diver in the world, form iuter ostiny reading. As ho often is the ease, it, was mere accident which led Mile. Mariner to take up .10 .strange a calling. In eonsei[iienee of a clashing of coii tracts, her husband, himself a profes sional diver, requested his wife to re lieve hi 111 of tiie contract to give a scries of exhibitions of marine diving in tiie Brighton Ac]tiariinn by undertak : ing it herself. "ft required a good <k<:t! of courage" she says, "to give niv ennsent, but at last 1 diil, and never shall I forget how nerve-trying was my lirst experience. ICveu preparing myself for the dive was " First of all my body was encased in large sweaters, then my rubber trousers an.I costume were, drawn on. In order to gel my hands through the rubber wrist, wrings they hail to lie crumped, and after a large pad had been p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

|§8®1 Suffered Six Months. Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment. Rash Gone, they Also Healed Two Boils on Neck, and Abscess. "Amyvlllo." CastloreaKh St., Singleton,' N. S. W.-"I unfortunately contracted tho barber'a rash, which had spread nil over my faco, and I suircrcd through this for about kIx months. I was recommended by a friend to try tho Cutietira Remedies, which I did with good results. I used Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment as directed, and in about two or threo weeks tho rash was gone. I tried other remedies beforo but was unsuccessful with them all. "I had two bolls on my neck and I used tho Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment on thorn. I also had an abscess which-had given mo great Buttering for a week, and after using tho Cutlcura Kemedles for two or thrco days it broke and healed up well after." {Signed) A. K. .Stewart, October, 1912. 3 FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS Tho following is a most eiFeetivo aVid eco nomical treatment: Gently smear tho af fected parts with Outicu...

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IS THE WHALE DISAPPEARING? [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

IS THE WHALE DISAPPEARING? Tho J'acl that tho whalo is disappear ing is pointed out. by tho head of, tho Paris Natural History Museum. Sovoral speeiog will probably HOOU bo lost on account ol.! tho veiy active hunting be ing carried on at present. No loss th»»i thirty Norwegian companies arc engag o*l in this work oil* tho western coast of. Africa, and on tho eastern coast in tho Mozambique region. Tho dauger is as great i'roin Knglish enterprise. Thin ac count of tho l'uhiro extinction of tho whale luil tho Academy'to pass resolu tions recommending tho interest of tho government in tho matter, and calling for uu international commission.

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. CThoboh OF ENGLAND,-Sunday, May 17: Orneo 8 (H.O.). U and 7.30, Bouambra 3, . Kuv. (1, H. Devlin. fiiESBVTEBUN Ounnou-Sunday, May 17 s ' Toniiio West 11, Swift'a Crook 2,30, Omoi} /it A, Roy. V, (3. Paratl). . ? ' ':

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Messrs («. (J. Turn ivui Co., patent attorneys. 01 the ifialtn, -I'M) Colliiia .Street, Melbourne, report that specifi cations of the following inventions liavo been officially accepted ami i'or inspection by the Conmiis iur Patents. Abridgments of the specifications may bo inspected, without fee, at their ohices: Push ami Pull Reaper Harvester. Tlio animal pou-m- is ar. the bauk of the comb mechanism, ami in central. J, ]>. Fo^aii v. West Australia No. 77-1 ti. Keyboard'Tape Perforating Telegra phic liistruiiu'iit. - U. r?oldatencow, i'Yance, (the name of Mr; Turri an com municatee) No. 8713. Tap to Pierce and Fix iu a ICu: qhoihj Tin, etc.-Acts by aid o f a simple clamp device.-.L\ X. ilarman and A. L. McCowan, N.H. Wales. Li^htin^ <J:id without. Matches.-A frii? t:o11 spark maker on a handle, and other details.- D. l\ M.. de iCol, iV.S. Wales, So. ST38. Spring Seated Connections for .Mo- ] tor Cars ami other Vehicles.-M. F. IOd wanls and M....

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"CATCH-COLD" WEATHER. PEPS THE REAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST COUGHS, COLDS AND CHEST TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

"OATCH-COLD" WEATHER. PEPS THE REAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST 00UGH3, COLDS AND OH EST TROUBLES. Suddeo changes in the temperature nnon Bad oati tbo weak-chested and *pell real danger for tbo bronchial sufferer. But there is one effective wny ol guarding ogainsb throat and cheat troubles and preventing even a revival of the old cough and bronchitis. Take breatbe-able Peps tablets. Ab a Peps tablet dissolves on tbo tongue it gives off valuable medicinal fumes and these fumes are breathed down the windpipe into every nook and corner of the lung?. Ia Cbis nay a rematk&ble strengthening and healing agent is aotually passed over the tissues beyond the reach of liquid physio and ordinary lozunge8 that are merely swal lowed into the Btomaob, Every part of the breathing system-<ibe parts afffCted by ooughs.colds and bronchitis, etc.-become strengthened and revita lised when bathed by those wonderful Peps fumes., Soreness in the chest and throab are poolbed away, troublesome mucus...

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THE SHEARING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

THE SHEARING RECORD. ... . "Yorkshire" aslra who holds the re cord lor hand-shearing in Australia, and who the machine record, also what thoir be.vt dady tallies are and how "much they nceive jut 100 sheep The record for hatid-sh'aring was made in 181)2 by Jack Howe at AliV.-. .Downs (Q-). when Jie gut .through 35i21 sheop-in eight hourt). This-still stand-. In tho'sanio year Jim Power, At Ha rcnya, shore iilo with machines. Tins .latter record was beaien by Dan Cooper in 11)10 at Bundoran, Richmond (Q.), Vvifch iUO. lu the contest for tJ'O /'shearing championship of the world," at Sydney, in 1911, Cooper won trom Syd Day, the Adelaide champion. As tho shearing rato is 24/ per 100, a nil a "ringer" will average nearly 2?0 a day in a good -.season. tho extent of his season's chequo can be fairly ac curately gauged A proposal is at present afoot among shearers to claim an advance of (if per 100 sjieop f?horn. bringing t-h^ rat-o up io ?XW per In connection with a reeenfr eifv motoring...

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POULTRY FEEDING—VARIOUS METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

POULTRY FEEDING-VARIOUS METHODS. , TJw question of fouling is on all .?fours with that of housing; there are many different mothod>: and system*, all ol which have their ardonb sup porters and opponents. ii remind* mo of the proverb-"Quo Juan's meat is nuother man's poison." As in the matter of housing, it is impossible lor ' jv hard and last rule to bo laid down lor a system of feeding . which shall bo equally suitablo for all places ami climates,. Tho dii;t. suitable . lor a: per son living in, say, Fijii would not be tho most suitable for some ono in tho Antarctic regions, and tho same reasoning applies to our feathered frionds. - Ol course, tho same diet would possibly sustain life in both the geographical extremes just mentioned, but in treating of tho feeding of fowls wo do not .merely v :nt to feed them in order to keep them alivo, but so that tho best roturn^in tho shape of eggs may bo had from them. liood housing and good feeding will always pay better than indilierent h...

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LIQUID MANURING. THE BEST SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

LIQUID MANURING. 1'IIK lllvST SYST.KiM. "About threw yyars :l corros ponddnt writes us (tim N.Z. Dairy " man), "w« rcaolvwl to t«nt tho prac- I ticul working oi si plan suggested by tills jounml, which it suemcd could bo made successful, and now, niter throe, full joars in nso, '«.« are" ready' to I report-that with nn ttte .system «s«t i.-tnctory and accomplishes tlio objects sought. . . ., .'.\vo first dug a eastern outside tho cowhouse, "hero all tlio gutters would open, directly.into It. It was made 10 foot deop, 11 wiJo, and o0 icct long, and is used for 30 cows. It wo were; to maUo any change we would make it larger, as the longer the manure remains in it tho better it liquidises and ilio easier it handles. We would recommend ^0 cubic feet per cow lot ? each month cows are housed during i.he vwir. Into this pit all tho ma nure' both solid and liquid, is pushed with a shovel, care being taken to keep bay and bidding out ot tho gut ters as much as possible. It tlio gut toi'A Iia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

?NEURALGIC i ffNU HH CURED HER Here Is a letter which all women should read, especially those who are prone to neuralgic affection;*, aud who pan* bourn of agony siud ill-health through them. This letter tells thoae women more than can be Hpccinlly written of the relief of . Neuralgia hi* Clement* Tonic, ami It WHS gent from 411 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne, 8/6JW CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., f<For the benefit of those who suffer from Neuralgia I should like to tell them of my cure. H It 13 » few years back I had that complaint, and it lasted for the best part of five yeara. Many people said it had become chronic with me-that I would never get rid of it-and I got to believe their opinion correct, for doctors' advice and prescription* did not have the l«nst effect. 1 used numerous other medicines and re< medics, until I was despairing of ever getting better. This - affected my general hoalth. I became thin and ^jveak, and put years on to my appear Mice. One old lad...

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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS SWIFTS CREEK. Thursday, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

'MARKETS' AMD SALES GIPFSfcANIJ STOCK REPQBT8 8WIFI8. UREEK, \ .m . " Thur«day,V^pril 30, /.*. Mkbsrs; A. Maoahtiiur AND Oo,,fcjporfc: Wp hold a aalo of ehoop and cattle at our Swift'* Crook yards on Thursday, . April 30. ; t\ 'good yarding oame forward, Arid an al -moat total olcaranco was made nt fine prices. Following woro tho aalos. 700 woancra, lifts 10«3; 300 woanera, .12a; 100 amall 'weanora, 11a ; 55 owes, 15s 9d ; 52 old niefino owna, 9i 2d ; 231 owea, 15s; 48 small weauor*, 9a lid j 30 wethora, 15a; 41 old cwea, 8i 3d ; 42 priddica, £2 3s 9d ; 40 «tc<pra, JC3 l?s.} 12 atccra ond hcifora, ffrl2a; o do,1 £2 j and several odd lobs at full rciL'ea,: BHNAMBRA. .. Saturday,'May 2. 'MESSRS A. Macatithor ANI>UO. report: We hold a aalo at Bonnmbra, on Saturday, May -» whon wo submitted a big yarding ot ahecp-and oattlo to a hrgo attendance of buyers. Tho demand waa good and com petition kcop. Following woro tho aalca :-. 140 woanera, 12a 9J j 13 wothora, 14a 9d; (18 w...

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WHY YOUR STOMACH HURTS. A DOCTOR'S COMMON-SENSE ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

WHY YOUR STOMACH HURTS. DOCTOR'S COMMON-SENSE ADVICE. Pain io the Btomaob, variously called indignation, dyspepsia, fl itulnncf, heartburn, Btomaoh ache, etc, ,is usually attributed to eomn unnatural, abnor tun I or diseased condition of the stomach itaf-lf. Nothing, however, could be further from the tru'h. Nineteen times out) of twenty the stomach is absolutely healthy aud nor mal, the pain and discomfort bring entirely due 6o the acidity and fer. mentation of food which irritates and distontjs atomuch ; although if <IIIM condition is allowed to run on, in tiin.i tbe constant irritation of tun aoid is likely to eat into the stomach trails and produce ulcers aud some times cancer of the stomach. Medi oioe is useless in such a O»BP. Tin aoid and fermenting food muni) be re moved by 6 stomach pump or an emetic, - or you moan neutralise the acid and stop the fi-nnniUtinn by totting h*lf-i-'e»spiiiinfiil (if of hiau rated raigni'sia in » Iiri Ie water, This latter is by f tr...

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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES A meetiDR ol delegates from clubs belonging to the Tambo Valley As sociation was held at Swift'a Creek on Saturday evening, when mutters in con nection with last year's competition were wound up. The following dele gates were present:-Messrs J. EHis and W. M'Henry (CisMlis), R. Sihly and J. O'Brien (Swift's Crerk), J. Bun and J. F. Hasjett (Omeo), M'Coy Bro*. (Ensay). Mr ElliB occupied the oliair, and ufter the balance-sheet, which showed a suiall surplus had been adopted, tho affairs of the association were wound up. The secretary (Mr M'Cormick) then stated that under instructions from the Swift's Creok dub he hud written to the Oassilisnnd Ensiy olubs inviting them to be present at a meet ing for the purpose of forming an as sociation of clubs below the Gap. There were applications from Omeo and Benambra olabs expressing the wish to bo included in the association. -After this statement had been made the Omeo delegates withdrew from ilie meeting, pointing out that as...

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