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ALFALFA (Lucerne). [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
ALFALFA (Lucerne). "What makes the landscape look so fair?. What blo.ssoms bright p'runno Uui air? What, plant. repays flu: fanner's toil, And ivill enrich tile worn-out soil? All'all'a! "What is tho crop that always pays, Which may he out ea'.-li forty days, .Resisting drought, tliu i'rost, and liuat-, Whoso roots reach down full, twenty foot ? Alfalfa! "What niws ill loam, and clay, and saud ? What, lilts the mortgage oir Hie land? "What crop is cut tlircu times a- year, And of never a failure do you hear? Alfalfa! "NVhal makes the swine so healthy fuel, And never raise a hungry squeal ; The wholesome food that never fails To put three curls into their tails? Alfalfa 1 "What makes all other stock look nice, And hriugs the highest, market prion? What fills the. mill: pails, 1 cutis the call, And makes the okl cow almost laugh? Alfalfa! -Vroni "University Karm (Minn.), Press News."
GOLF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
GOLF NOTES. Oa Wednesday the Oineo golf olub opened the season with a singles handi cap of nine holes, ten gentlemen and four ladies competing. The weather was all that could be desired, the liuks being iu perfect order. Afternoon tea was provided by the president's wife, Mrs Shanghai), assisted by Alias Staf ford, and wa9 appreciated by all. U»rda were handed in by the following | INDIES. Groi» Hdop Net Mrs Groae . 50 6 53 Miaa Tulloh... . 57 «cr. . 57 Mils Brumley ... CO ecr. 60 Mra Stirling '72 7 85 OENTLBMES. tiroH Hdop Not Fathor Fitzpatriok' 45 2 . 43 G.B. Pnllioer ' ... 57 14: 43 W. J Cttldor ... 57 14 43 T. Stirling 47 «or. 47 >V. Groso ... ... ' 54 6 48 H. 0. Milne .... 56 8 48 L. T. Hurley- ... 58 8 50 A, S. Laurie ... 56 4 5£ J'. Shinajiat) ... 6Q 7 52 F. A. Qiao 73 H 58 Mr* Grosa won the ladies' division and, Father Fiizpatrick and Messrs Calder and Palliser tied for the gt>nble meu'e. The play-off will take place at an early dale,
HAD THE ADVANTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
HAD TIIH ADVA.NTAClli. Young Mike Brady had been engaged j to carry tin? lunch out to tho shooting 1 party. ' AYhilo the sportsmen wore en joying their sandwiches, 0110 of them iiblced it he would like lo have a shot. "Sure, and 1 would!" said Hfike, I A gun was loaded and given to him. j He .-.trolled oil towards tho fields, but | saw nothing to shoot except two cows and a donkey. At last lie espied a sparrow silting on the branch oi' a tree, singing to tho sun. The sparrow saw him, but continued chirruping merrily. !u tVar and trembling that tho bird would ily oil' beiore he was ready, .Mike knell down on one knee and took care lit) mini. Still tho bird sang on. Hang! After a few soeonds of doubt Mike arrived at the conclusion that ln» was right in .supposing himself to be lint on his back. Picking himself up, he looked at the tret;. Yes; the merry sparrow was still there, ehirrupiug us happily as ever. , "Ah, you niurderin' rascal 1 It's yourself wouldn't be singing so gay if you...
FISH PROTECTION SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
FISII PROTECTION SOCIETY A meeting of the Omeo Fish Pro tection Society was held on Satur day evening, Mr A. Scotb occupying the chair. Messrs Brandbr and W. Tomkins wern prpsent as reprepenta tives of the B«nauibr» society. It) wan deoided to allocate the 45 cans of yearling troun as follows : Bennmbra 17 cans, to be distributed in the Gibbo, Buanbar, Morass and Lime stone : Big river, 14 cans : Bundara, 5 cans; Middle creek 4 cans ; Tnutbo 2 cans ; Wild Horse Creek 2 cans; Livingstone Creek 1 can. Io was decided tbati two conveyances be engaged to bring the fi-.h from Brucheu to Omeo on the 26'h inat., under the charge'of Mr Scott.
HOME v. COLONIAL LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
HOME v. COLONIAL LAND. Mr. Primrose McConiiolI writes .in tlio -London ."Dairy" ;-Theru is al the present timo a treiuenduu.s amount, of literature issued coitconiing investments m land in tho colonies. Ono point, which stands out, howovur, is tlmt laud at Home, eompured witli any elaowhore, is comparative !y cheap. tino roadb of farms costing Hum to £i>0 per aero in New Zealand, of fruil farms in Bri tish Columbia which aro worth from £'JU to £1)0, ami of oven "homestead" farms, which havo only, as it wore, got ?i bare dwelliug-luiuso and wiro fence, being worth anything up to £5 per acre. Now yood farm land at Homo, right'in tlio contra of civilisation, with n full equipment which it lias taken genera tions to accomplish, can bo had at £20 por aero. It can easily bo seen, there fore, that thero is no comparison be tween tlio two. Why should anybody go out to tlio wilds of British Colum bia or Australia or any wliero else, and pay £L'U or £30 lor a decent farm, when they can get...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
WOOL COA/S/GA/ YOUR PRODUCE 7 C2 ?td°; NEWMARKET. WOOL, GRAIN, eg PRODUCE BROKER®. STOOK AND STATION AGENTS Whon desired Clips are Reclaimed by Experts at a total cost o? ont>W psnny per lb. Alt Produce carefully Valued by Bjpsrta prior to CEKs i Cllontn given choice of any Markot, SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS For Uio Sale of LAND, STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW, OOTKtJj HIDES, FURS, BUTTER and DAIRY PRODUCH. f Qulbell'a Sheep Dip. AfiTTNTH rrm I Kemp's Patent Sheep Branding LlqKS^ AGENTS FOR j Wormo Speclflco Sheep Drench. &lt;9 1 V Nobel's Glasgow Explosives and Chllworth PGWWXJJi asoafoomirjrao Ofifioo, Botark® fiSfEU Heame5s Bronchitis Core Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the client, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on tho Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most...
EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
EMPIRE DAY. Empire D,iy will be celphratad by the children of Oraoo on Friday. The children from both schools will as eomblo ab the State School at 9 30, 'when the flag will bo saluted with the qbuuI ceremony. The children and visitoru will then adjourn to the school room ana a programme consisting of addreaaea by thb clergyman of each denomination in the town, and eongB liy tho children, will be gone through. The afternoon ia beobserved aa o holi day. Parents and all intereated are oordially invited to attend.
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (Ifrum Our Speuisil CorrespomlcinV;. »»fi.th tlio iauui'o or efforts to (l'oase by immigration tho population if Australia to something liko what in uceded, it should bo natural to expect that moro attoution bo givou. to con serve tho home-grown product. in spite u\ periodical disclosures in con nection with infant mortality, calculat ed to awaken tho indignation and com passion of tho most callously indifferent citizen, thera is still a wasto of valu ablo child lifo that is worso than crimi nal. The iguorauco and neglect which loses for tho Stato tho lives of many infants born undor tho conventional conditions, is deplorable. I'lioro is no reason at all why mothers, young or othonviso, should not bo acquainted with what is required to raiso healthy childron. Education upon tho rigut lines is roadilji enough obtainablo. Is lit such is tlio indifl'crouco, or laziness, or goneral lack of initiative, that hun dreds of infanta which havo tlio right to. live and which ar...
SUSPICIONS CONFIRMED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
SUSPICIONS CONFIRMKl). Silence in tlia kitchen was always to lie regarded with mistrust-when little liiuira was there. Her mother lin&lt;l learned tliin from long experience. A nil Laura wns iu tbe kitchen now-omin ously silent. Hence the voice from I lie adjoining pantry: "What aro you ilotjif^, dearie?" "Nuliin, mother." answered I,aura. "But you must bo doing some thing." "No, I isn't." "Aro you sure?" nsked tlio motlier, htill liusy with her cups and saucers. "Well, I isn't doing much." A moment's pause. "I'm only dwiving hairpins into the soap witli your new silver milk-jug."
MOTHER-IN-LAW TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
MOTHER-IN-LAW TEST. A young man living in London han Bubjoetod Iub prospoctivo inothor-in Inw to tHo preliminary tent of living with hoi* in his-now homo X'or tlio pant month. Who has passed tho tent with the highest honors. Now comes tho supreme trial -living with tho bridegroom and bride after tho honeymoon. Tho happy bridgegroom rceontly ex plained that, ho was living with his mother-in-law I'or a mouth before the? wedding to convince himself that tho modern mother-in-law in some cases may bo a holp rather than a hindrance to a happy marriage. "Thorn hnfl boon no trouble ot' nny sort,M ho says now. "My mother-in-law is a charm ing woman. J. havo no fears as to the future." Tlo gives theso reasons for his mother-in-law V success: - "(1) Jler good temper: When toy favorite dog (alio hates doga) pawed tho tablecloth and disorganized tho breakfast she did not. say that dogs wore clumsy animals and ought not to bo allowed in tho house, but treated it as a joke. "(£) Jtor resource; AVl...
MARKETS. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
WIIK-VT AND OTHKR rHOULCI'l. aiLeraiion. *^uoico green wncai quoted at choice oaten a and occasionally lip to £3/7/0, ] chilli' at jtyyj/'i, good at .C3, ant Wheat. -'1'lic market is linn In lone, owing partly to thn sma fl supplies or dering mid 1'nrt-y to tlio demand to co ver forward contracts. Parcels nr« quoted at ;j, ID to 3/10, and considor ;il>K> nuicellaLions of contracts l.ayo IjUiiii arranged on uiir cahis i;i' 3/10',. Ordinarv lots in store are quoted at wn Flour.- -Tin' a.-suciation price lor lo cal consumption is £!J delivered. liran and I'ollard,-Tile assoeiati.nl price ior bran is Co delivered, an&lt;l thai lor pollard ..L'"W.j/. liarlev.-A considerable business 1ms been done. A number of lines of 'h» better quality Chevalier have been sold at prices rallying with tho s p!o J rem '_'/y lor medium up to -V-i for ail almost primu sample of last season's growth. About 11)00 bugs of pearling lOughs'i have changed hands at L'/'J to 2jJ't, while 2/1 is oll'er...
THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF OUR SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
'THE LOVE AFFAIRS OF OUR SISTER. I was lato for six o'elwk supper. As J entered tho nurses' dining. runin, laughter and elialter ami Iil.tlo 1'ricudly nods of recognition greeted me down 'tho long lino of saucy Swiss caps. As 1 unfolded my napkin n sigh es caped mo.. Tliu sigh meant apprehen sion, not physical fatigue, and the ap prehension Jay behind my stilt white bib m u pathetically liravo but hysterical littlo noto fvuin homo. Francio was ill-Francio our idol, oiir oldosfc; father and mother to us young cst orphans and the handsomest of tho handsomo McQuecns. When Franoio, dear old plucky- war-horse, slip, ed in tho traces, it was a moment lor con cern. ? 1 I was a. day sped.;! tut a piavnt.'.i ease fur !>'. Dudley, so X found little trouhlo ill being relieved from duty, and start ed at- ouco for homo. The weather bu rcnu'said it'was tho most biting Janu ary in eight' years, and I hollered it. X shivered as I entered tho damp ear, and finding a, secluded seat, huddled among ...
ECHELON MILKING STALLS. AT HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
ECHELON MILK1HG STALLS. AT IJ A WIvBSliUItY AGlUCUIVrUR Ar; COJ-JLI'JGK . Compared with our old bails, t.he echelon milking .stalls show to consider able advantage, especially in tho fact that a comparatively ymall building («H teet x 1G feet), is all that ivs requir ed to milksixteen cows at a time, fe.nce this building taw bo built and fitted up lor Irom ,CLUO to i 130, according to locality, it is well worthy of considera tion as an eifectvie and comparatively cheap building for milking purposes. Originally the "stalls" wero made o, wood, tho uprights entering the con crete iloor, bui; they are now construct ed of iron piping, which i:> bolted to the walls, and the floor is thus lci'i free from ob^ruei ion. a d'Cided advan tage. when cleaning. . The construction of Mm llonr is rather different from tho usual method, as vim expense has b»-en cnl. down as low as possible by filling up with packed sand, and putting l! inches of reinforced con crete on tho top. There might be some...
WANTED-ENCOURAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
WANTED-ENCOURAGERS. While only tho very few road poetry, or really euro for it, thcro are count less thousands to whom a smilo nud the fitting word'at the fitting moment would moan just everything. And thoy so seldom get it. I do not think wo encourage one another very much. And the trend of tho age, to us© one of tho catch phrases of tho day, is dis tinctly discouraging. It is a sort of lacv and hustle and push, in winch the easily discouraged will undoubtedly lag behind. Very high up among the people who do things would I place tho one who encourages out of pure kind ness and a desiro to help. Mistakes are made, of course, nud sonio cjuito useless and futilo effort may be glori fied for tho moment; but where is tho ultimate harm? Let us liavo more eucourag^rs to relieve tho greyuess of life.
MARGARINE A MENACE TO BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
A MENACE TO BUTTER. The following ortiolo woe writton by L. Lowsby, Beorotary of the Co-opera tive Babtor Factories' Association of Victoria, and appeared in tho Austra lian Farm and Home. Tho colored rnagarine quoBtion has rooeived a good doal of attention by nil interested in tho butter buninessfor sometime. Tbero have boen immense improvements in tho methods of m«nu facturo daring late years, Formerly it wob mado from oloo, steariue, re finod beof tallow, 1'o-day there are tbreo distinct kinds-oloo margarine, made from animal fata; vegetable margarine, mado from nuts, mostly coooanuta; and a margarino made front a mixture of tboao two varieties. Doc tors differ as to tho food valuea of margarino. Tho medical superinten dent told tho Bermondscy guardians a few months ago that bo could not make a similar report na to margarine as ho did when tho alteration in the dietary of butter to margarine was mado in 1008, as, in bis opinion, tbo constituents of margarino had changed ?ince tha...
CATARRH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
CATARRH. * Catarrh is an infectious disorder caused by germs. The iirs'L sign of having taken cold is a watery discharge, from tho nose. This is not- catarrh; it is etfiyzA. This watery discharge ts a verv interesting phenomenon. It is muure pouring out serum for tho purpose,, of killing tho germs in tho noso. AVhen ono takes cold, tho mu cous mcmbrano becomes consented; these germs are warmed up, atul 'they begin to grow ami multiply. »So naturo pours out iv Hood of serum, having germicidal properties, to do .stroy thorn. This is nature's mot hod of disinfecting the nose, and defending ,oiio from catarrh. Hut if tho pro cess goes on, if tho balance of tho cir culation is not restored, and the waste matters removed from tho blood fjo that tho body can return to its nor mal state, tho serum ceases to llorr, but the germs which are in tho nose grow and devolop. Then thero is a thick yellowish or whitish discharge, which is mucous mixed with germs ami blood corpuscles. These corpus cle...
A NURSE'S AGONISING PILES. ZAM-BUK PERFECTLY CURES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
A NURSE'S AGONISING PILES, ZA.M-BUK PERFECTLY CURES. Surely no Btronger proof of Z»i» Buk'a power to end the most distren iDg oases of piles ngecj bs quoted that} i be story of Mrs H, Neavss, the veil known nurse of 12, Poplar, Serooti, Surry Hills, Sydney, ' For some time," s&ys Mrs Neivti, " I was ft martyr to blind and bleed* ing piles wbipl) cnfjnecj awful agony. The infUmraa'tion and genflrsl «ob; gcatioa made my life a misery, Air though I experimented ;witb, many io* called remedies not one of them gave me any ease. Tben I commenced with Zun-Bulc, which quiokly exerted its soothing influence,* subduing all in flammation nq'd jrrjtutjop, anij paiipg ibe smarting burning pa)o, Ry Per: siding with /5*na-i)uk J was eptjrcly freed from the cerrible piles, ".On another oooasion boils brotto out on my body. Zam-Buk brought the inflamed lumps to ft bead, drawing out nil ba/j ipatterj jinally healing the eores in a perfeot maunet', "I strongly recommend Zam-Buk as an ideal hou...
QUARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
QUARRELS. Wo can forgive a man who hates a quarrel if ho quarrels hardly or ovon unfairly; ho is so unused to tho ganjo that ho cannot bo cxpeoted to play it kindly wlien it is forced upon him j ho is embittered by his natural anger ihat ho should bo forced to quarrel at all. 13ut tlie quarrelsome man who quarrels with a purpose is as base as the eardsharper. Ho profits by the weaknesses of others on a protoueo of sharing them. In fact, ho is a luuft that even the most quarrelsome would never quarrel with twice, any more than a'gambler will knowiugly play twieo with a cardsliarpcr; for in .iiarreJling, as iu gambling, thero is ouo law that should never bo broken just because both aro rather lawless pursuits, and that is the law of fair play. -"The Times."
UTILITY IN THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914
UTILITY IN THE HOME. According to those people who write books on furniture and decoration, wo are full of artistic vice; hut at least it seems that every day wo learn to possess inoro of tho courage of our con victions, of our incomes, and our par ticular methods of gaining a living. If a cottage is our domicile wo buy eottago furniture, and endeavour to preserve the simple atmosphere of this most modest of dwelling-places. Tho flat lias a treatment of its own. SkiJJ and ingenuity are. taxed to their utmost in the utilisation of apace. Even villadom, tho most obdurately ortho dox. is clearing its room, dismantling its window*, and learning to put utility before parade. Some women have actually dared to do away with draw ing roomg, and have substituted music rooms, studios, and common rooms in stead. Already there is no longer olio type' of arrangement for every kind of homo.