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OMEO PLAINS. HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

OMEO PLAINS | Fnoiroira ComiE8POHDEHT. | ' HOSPITAL' llALfc, Tho'ball hold in the Benamhra hall <Jh Friday Evening, in aid of the Omen hospital, was n hrilliitab affair, »Dj proved conoluaivoly to all come'rs-if suoh proof were neoded-that when tho Omeo Plains pooplo undertake anything in tho shape of a fonotion ita aucceeB iB usually " un f"|J accompli." ID past years tho penp|0 of the Plains liavo materially aanMed tho Omeo rcaidontB in making ilioir annual hospital ball a success, hut tiiij year n committee waa formed with rhs "bjetb of arranging for a h»ll tn Km hold on tho Plains; and Friday eve,,, ing's brilliant) function was the reault, Tbrc building presented a g»y Hl,j picturosquo appoiironco ; pioiurea, cur tains and other decorations had been hindly lent) by Mrs A. M'Cullum, wlm with a willing band of,helpers, h»d transformed tho'stagy aud walla ioto " a' thine of beauty and a joy for eyor." Th(! secretarial duties devolved upon Mr E A. Siarkey, who, wiih the ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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LICENCES REDUCTION BOARD. THE OMEO DISTRICT. DETERMINATION SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

'' lilOENGES REDUCTION "BOARD. THE OMEO DISTRICT, : DETERMINATION 8USPENDED. Tho board hold oibtings in connec tion with tbie digtricb on ,16th and 17th February, ab Oiueo. It) found quite a numbor o( abnormal condi tions existing, and camo to tbo con elusion . thab tho position Required pppcinl treatment1, Tbo area ' wna nnormoUB, no loss than 2211 square tnilcs, in which there wore 1200 dwellings, with a population of 3495. Mont) of this population was. located at t^o town of Oinno, or ab a numbnr of widely separated mining OBntrnn, Buuh ,no Tonpio WtiBti, CnsBilis, Glen Wills and Sunnyside, with about. 300 ab tho agricultural township of Benumbra, seventeen miles from Oraeo. on tho Omeo Plains. Tbo population wns at prosonb lower than ie had boen for many yaars, mainly owing to tbo removal of minors to otht-r localities Tho roads conueoting the rarions.-centres ran far'milaa through mountainous conntry, the grades iwero frequently difficult, dad const quenbly bransporb was alow. ...

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

THE OMEO STANDARD. With which Is Incorporated the ' Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is GJ. Tho Cabinet has decided that the Maffra sugar beet factory shall have another year's trial. It is reported that an English couccrn the Mines Assets company has purchased the Gippsland lvauhoo mine, at bunnyside, from the Mines department. A quantity of interesting leading matter appears on the first and fourth pages of this issue, including the continuation of the serial story, " Terribly Tempted," Mr Barnes, M.L A. for Walhalla, is spa* ken of as likely to be chairman of the Rail ways Committee on the retirement cf Mr E, H. Cameron at the end of tho present parliament. The special canvass for the new State electoral rolls U now slmott complete. The total completed so fir shows 395,254 on the new rolls as agaiubt 318,766 on the existiog rolls. For Chronic Chest Complaints, WoocU' Great Peppermint Cure, Is Cd. A general meeting of t...

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

Jam Season, 1914. DAVID EAKINS, General Storekeeper, Omeo ij llnvites the attention of the Public to his Stock of Enamelled Preserving Pans, Jam Jars, Spoons, Ete. Suitable for the present favorable Season for HOME JAM MAKING-. Telephone No. 8. DAVID EAKINS. Grass and Clover Seeds. "Write for Samples and Quotations of - IRISH, WESTERN DISTRICT AN1) SBW ZEAHSD RYEGRASS, COCKSFOOT. CLOVKR, DWARF ESSEX RAPE AND OTHER agricultural SKEDS. Where risks are 30 great the only reliable course is to procure from a Trained Seedsman . With no large City rents to pay 1 can quMe ITich-crrade Seeds delivered at your nearest Railway station, freight paid and bolow Melbourne prices. Samples free. Geo. Smith, Seed Importer, Ballarat. (L»te of Hnrst it Son, London Melbourne Address. Bos 164 G.P.O. Auctioneers' Notices. A- MAGARTHUR & GO., Cattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIl'PSLANP AUCTION SALtS conducted in any >)aH of Gippslaud, and at Omeo District whon c qui...

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HOME RULE BILL. AMENDING BILL PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

HOME RULE BILL. AMENDING BILL PROPOSED. In tho House of Commons Mr As quitb moved tho abolition of the com-' mitteo sti»go for tho Home Rule, Welsh Disestablishment oqd Piurol Voting Bills. Ho said id was futile to spend' time in tho committee stago over the Home Rule Bill when the .House of Lords intended 10 fejeob the measure. Mr Af-quitb said the ministry would introduce a bill to amend the Home Rale Bill, and ho hoped it would be passed by agreement. If thero was to bo something in the nature of an agreed settlement it must be through the amending bill which he proposed. A lively debate ensued, but eventually ilio motion W«b carried by 276 volos to 194.

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. "BECOME A PATENTEE." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. ROW SOME SEOUiiED SUCCESS. "IJEC'OME A PATENTEE." 1. Cultivate and perfect your idea* as t*» improvements and inventions. Experiment. The world is eager for something now, which, however sim ple it may ho, will savo labor, or ex pense, or do things hotter. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, 01* do away with faults, or reduoo waste. The person who gt'ts public opinion of such an invention JS on tho'road to wealth. He will cease to ho a servant; ho becomes a proprietor. PeopI© who handle things in every day nse are the natural inventors of belter things, anil the natural capita, ists of to-morrow. *J. Sudy the subject of patenting. Ke;ul the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-- then secure your own legal monopoly fu' your rights by becomig it pateuteo. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious l'riond has produced clever invention, put liim 011 the traH; about patents by (t...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. ALLNIGHT SITTING. BLOWS AND SOUFFLES. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Fnou ouit CoititnspoNDKNTj. FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. ALL-NIGHT SITTING. BLOWS AND SOUFFLES. MELBOURNE, THUNBDATT. Tbe House of Rpproaontativca eat nil uit;hh, tho Rovernuiont) expressing its detorrainntiou not) to allow tlio Houso to riso until loavo bad born, civen to introduco tlio Abolition of Prpforenco Bill. , Sovornl oxoitod Boouea occurred nud boido of tbo niembora 011110 to blowa and several eouflioa took ploco. Tho Houao ia atill aitting.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 15 May 1914

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. The following accounts are lying at the sub treasury ; J. Hickey, E McLaren. P. Moore, Jas, Bartlett and another , F. A Cane, R. Jones, M G. Kaighin, Omeo Shire Council, P. Pearse, E. Paralow. J. Braid

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

And Cuticura Ointment. They do much for irri tated, itching scalps, dandruff and dry, thin and falling hair, and do it speedily, agreeably and economically. CuUrura Poop rm'.l Ointment ar« sold throughout the world. A llbmil sr.mplo of rauii. with iij-iwko booklet cm Ihc rare jiiul trr:mnc»l of tin; skhmoil ucalp, RPiit puM-ireu. Adilrcoj It. Towns «fc Co, Sydney,N.M. \v. PUBLIC INFORMATION. I Postal Notices. Camilla Tongio Want Swift's Creok OIoso at Omoo doily Llimuj' at 6 o'clock a.m. Tambo Oroasing Bruthau Return mails duo at Bairnadale Omeo 6.30 p.m.> Melbourne j liinnomunjio and Bonambra-Cloaen at J meo at 6 a.m. daily. Retura mails due at 5.30 p.m. Glon Wills Sunny side Loose Bag Cobungra.-Loaves Oraoo 9.1b a.m Saturday. "Leave Cobungra on re turn same day at 1.30 p.m. Arrivaa Omoo 4.45 p.m. Stirling (via Tambo CrosBing).-Uloao at Omoo daily, arriving at post town on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; returning same daya. Brookvillo (via Tongio Woal),- Doily from Omeo, arrivi...

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SEEING THINGS IN COLOUR BLINDNESS. BLUE BLOTTED OUT PAINTS ALL IMPRESSIONISTIC TINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

{SEEING THINGS IN COLOUR BLINDNESS. BLUE BLOTTED OUT PAINTS ALL IMPRESSIONISTIC TINTS. It is possible to render oneself arti ficially red blind by Iqq'.cing straight ut thu sun through £1 burning glass behind a screen of red glass. This is one of the interesting re marks by Mr. George J.- Burch, F.R.S., in a memorandum jiis<; yub lishsd by tl]Q Dupartmental Commit fce on sight tests. The " sensations were very impres sive, and ncjt paai(y forgotten, says M('. Burch. The world looked cur iously sombrt-all tlio brilliance seemed to have gone out of it. Although red and . yellow objects changed to darker colours, be found that blue flowers remained blue. To people who suffer from green blindness the laildscijpc appears dry yjid dusty, while flowers retain their colour. Thus the landscape may be compared to a, pencil drying w}th fitted tipwers, and ulun the grceu blindness subsides it is (is it "Nhp1«6 yellpw were aflflcil to the palette." Just as red-blindness makes the eart...

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WHAT MARTIANS LOOK LIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

WHAT MARTIANS LOOK LIKE. 4 Edmond Perrier, a scientist con nected with the French . Museum ol Natural History, has devoted muct time and thought to the serious consideration, of the appearancc of tin people of Mars. M. Perrier's crea tion is fearful and wonderful,, fulls as amazing, indee'd, as any Martial that ever stalked in the pages of fic tion. There is not much air tc breathe on Mars. Hence Perrier'i Martian is endowed with a pulmo nary apparatus that may be liken ed to a blacksmith's bellows. The attraction . of gravitation of Mars ii less than that of the earth ; where fore Martians are tall. Djtyligfyt i( less intense pn Mars ; consequently. Martians must be blonde. Nor has M. Perrier ignored tha ethnological characteristics of his Martians. They are Scandinavian in type, he assures us, with blue eyes, strong noses and large ears. With grey mftttor, too, Martians are richly blessed, for they ("know the most noble intellectual satisfactions and the suavest emo tions." If all...

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MAXIMS OF MARMADUKE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

MAXIMS OP MARMAOUKE, He who in drunk in « Urst-class car rinse lins had a fit ; he who has a lit in a thfrd-cliiss is drunk. It is not otir bitter enemies that d< us the most harmit is our bittei friends. Poverty iB to happiness what ap petite is to food. Poverty 'enablcf ub to enjoy the simplest pleasures ; appetite the simplest faro. The world is a looking-glass ; H reflects-yourself. The best way to secure- revenge li not to make your enemy fail, but to succeed yourself. Frequently the extraordinary mar is only the ordinary man in extra ordinary circumstances. The good man seldom discovers tin bad there is in woman ; the bad sel dom discovers the good. The ordinary man is at home in. his own surrotmdangs ; the man ol the world in all. So many actresses are becoming peeresses that the aristocracy of Eng land ghould be known as the ac tressocracy. We cross the stream of life at dif ferent places. Some wade through the ? shallows in a drought, other: have to swim across d...

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NEWS FROM ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

NEWS FROM ABROAD. Philadelphia magistrates have been unablo to decide whether n lobster is an animal. In the particular test ease a lobster was Exhibited in the window of a restaurant, and to ltecp it from snapping a wooden , peg or spike was placed in tho first joint at the back of the claw. A young Italian Socialist, killed accidentally in a factory at Arbon. on Lake Constance, was known to bo an atheist, and tho euro was begin ning tho burial service with reli gious rites, when Italian comrades of the Socialist attacked the cure, drove him off, lowered the coffin, and filled up the grave themselves. Two of the ringleaders were arrested. One of Cairo's worst gambling dens lias been raided by the police, who suddenly broke down the doers, hack and front, and caught '10 men and women on the premises. It was dis covered that the whole place was honeycombed with secret passages to facilitate the escape of the habitues in case of raid'. The Paris police have arrested Ro bert -Lewenthnl...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (llj; "llusticus.") Tt is plain Unit <he investigations ol' tho Closer Settlement Commission nr» | going to bring about somo disagreeable revelations as to the manner in which the import;!nt business ol' Aptlling tho land lino been conducted . It cannot bj said that tlio revelation of tho tact that there has liven egregious bungling-to put it mildly-will eeeiision surprise. Tho existence of that fact has boon known for years., Hut most peoplo would hardly credit tho extent of that bungling, oven as revealed by tho entry of the Commission upon tho fringe of .s enquiry. A few details published as to tho conditions found by tho Com mission on tho tirst property visited the Allambco Estate-tiro illuminating. They servo to giro an idea of what is to conio. Alhimboo Estateo contains iiOA'J acres, and1 was built up by pur chasers from thirteen adjoining land owners. The average prico paid per acre was .C<)/(1/1, tho total purchase money, including di...

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THE AFFINITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

THE AFFINITIES. (By .lolin Kojhlrirk {?Jaii" 1 know, my Heart, Hint in some i!ni-oJV Ifel'ore. Jiiis world sprang from rhaotin strife lioth you ;iM'I I on sonip primeval stn;i;o lu-r l'a«*ed t hi? woes ami joys of.' life. .Vol Mvn, IhiI One were we, hack there in spare, Wlicit Von wore I and I was You, in trul li, Through I'hao.s rushing in tin* seeth ing raee. In union blent a'? now arc Love ami V otilh. I know ;! as 1 know <m thin ran.; night That von«Ur stars llial, eormsrale on hi-u Arc fair to see, ami with their golden li-ht The nrrinn^ vault of Heaven glorify. I know it as I know I hat low is .swi-ct. Tin sure to me as that the sun will riso Ami on tho morrow owe again will tfrcefc Tho dawning dav with hints oi' Para dise. \ T knew it when tir.st on this joyous earth > . . AVe nipt,, ami felt again the wondrous thrill With which l-uvo- w eaves the moment of rebirth ? Of something lust in far-off days of ill,' JTwax lik<vn coimng honic to one whose ? l...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. OiiDEOU OF ENOWH«.»T-ttunday, May 24 : Enaay 11, Swift's Cr<uik"2 3D, Omco 7 HO, HOT. U. H. Dav(.io 1 .dmao 11-, Mr Ono. PnEBBVTEiiUN Oj||ijWfl-Sunday, M ay 24; Hwatnp 11, BenambFu 3, Omeo 7 30, Kov. Fj G. Faram, y' ' ** Aoross tjie A|ps to 0|nco,|' Ono of the most boautiful Bi)i(lo'.boi)lt8 published in Victoria. ' Qoo ahiMiDg at tho Standard ofliso, Omoo, -

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UNFAIR DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

UNFAIR DISTRIBUTION. Tho dear old ladies were diteutismg husbands. Said tho fir.st: _ "I have been .married three times. Kaeh (it my husbands is dead, though. They wero ail c ivmuttMl.'' Her friend was a dear o!<l maiden, lady. She listened attentively .to her friend, and, when she had concluded the kiid story of her life sho said: - "How wonderful aro the ways of I'ruvidenco. Here I've lived all" theso years und have never been able to get, 0110 huBbnnd, and you'vo bad husbands to turn."

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DESTROYING WEEDS ON PATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

DESTROYING WEEDS ON PATHS. "''Experiments as to tho ellioaoy of ar senite of' soda for killing grass and weedy on garden 'paths wero' recently carried out by .Mr. H. O. Coggins, the assistant inspector of agriculture of New South "Wales! - The. experi ment- was arranged to test . various strengths, as follows:--No. .1, III) ar senite of soda to two gallons'of water;* No. 2, lib. arseuito of soda,to lour gallons of \v;ftcr; No, U, lib. arsenite of soda to six gallons of water; No. .! 1 lb. arsenite of soda to ten gallons of water. The path selected was a gravel olio, 'LOO yards long, the edges of-which were covered with couch grass and small weeds. The experiment -was carried out in December, the weather being hot and dry. The linai examination show ed.that Nos. 1 and 2 killed the couch . and weeds,. hutrNosv .3 and' L' only"par-' tiaJly killed them, ami after the heavy rains they revived, and arc now grow ing vigorously. On Nos. 1 and 2 there? was no growth of couch at* all and .onl...

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SECRET OF CLEOPATRA'S WONDERFUL HAIR. DISCOVERED AT LAST IM AN OLD MUSTY BOOK. PRODUCES STARTLING GROWTH OF NEW HAIR ON MAN'S HEAD AFTER TEN YEARS OF BALDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

SKGKKT OF CLEOPATRA'S ? WONDERFUL HAIR. DISCOVERED AT LAST IM AN OLD ' MUSTV BOOK. PRODUCES STARTLING GROWTH OF NEW HAIR ON MAN'S HEAP AFTK^ TEN EARS OF BALDNESS. jn examining sows of the old musty book in one of the Italian museums of antiquities, an 4lPer>PaP traveller accidentally noticed in JLntin the words .' To grow beautifql, i)»ir J' ^ oloaer inspection revealed an old hair formula,1 ^nd below it was noticed that it was tbe formula which Cleopatra used and to which ahe owed her wonderfully boautifql, long, thicjf, heavy (iaif, 'v»|»jch h»cf much to do wilf) her beipfi regarded »3 the most froagtifijl woman in tile world, Curiosity led tho traveller to copy the formu'a, and aha gave it to a friend who had been bald for ten years, After soipe difficulty the frieria got tbe ionmila mai]e up with sumo alight modifications-by a cite mist, and after uajnQ it el* weeks, hia head beosino entirely covered with a startling growth of new h»ir, This so impressed him that he gave the ...

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DEATH AND WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

DEATH AND WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE. "Hara-kiri/' tho ojio re-suurco of the fiuiFragettes, turns out to bo their strongest ux-apno. Englishmen arc not so brutish -that they can bear tho ..sight of martyred innooeiieo. Tho heroic suicido of a lady of wealth and station on tho public doorstep of tho J)erby is worth a wilderness of iires, and the cross that was borno boforo her bodv at tho great funeral was a inoro victorious symbol ? than thf hammer. Militancy is only successful in so far as it brings suffering to tho militants. If this were a, real war, one oould say tho greater their casual ties the nearer their triumph? In war you menace <the enemy with death. Airs. Pankhur.vt is menacing tho enemy Willi her own dealii. -"l/Mgush lie view

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