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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. Tbe following were tbe roanltg of the matches playad in Melbourne on Saturday:-' LEAGUE. 01., Bh, Vie. Fi'zroy 7 11-53 Collingwood... ... 7 10-02 South Melboarne ... 8 4-52 Carlton 7 10-52 Essendon 7 11-53 Richmond ... ... 7 ^ 49 SO. Kilda ... ... 17 13-115 Melbourne ... 8 7-55 Geelon" 13 9-87 University 11 5-71 ASSOCIATION. Footaorny 10 6-GG Williams town ... *7 11-53 Brunswiok 14 18-102 Port Melbourne ... 11 8-74 North Melbourne ... 19 19-133 Hawthorn ... ' ... 6 22-58 EsBendon ... v ... 14 13-97 Northcote 7 8-50 Brighton 9 6-60 Frahran ... 7 7-49

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. GAOL BREAKERS ARRESTED. ONE JUMPS OVERBOARD. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS [FROM oun CarumsFoNDENTj. GAOL BREAKERS ARRESTED. ONE JUMPS OVERBOARD. MELDOOHNE, MONDAY, Two men, Normati Moroney snj Gerald Downey, who oaonpad (mm tint LaunoeBton gaol on March 17, «|.rr t)ruuj;ho back from Frooumnble on the ticainor Indarra, which rosohnd Msli buurno on Saturday morning,- A* th* vccbbI was obooming up Porb Phillip h»y, aboub 3 a.m., Moronoy succondnd in eluding tho oonsbublo in charge ot him, and seizing a lifebelty jumpnd . ivorboard, apparonbly with ibo objuot of swimming to the ahoro, Qve toilet away. Ho hag nob boon eeen einoo md it) ia almoab certain that ho wti drowned.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, May 1(. DALOETT AND OO, report;-Suppllea are now arriving freely, and wo submitted a fair-sized cataloguo on Monday. In epito uf tho deolino in tho London market compe tition was keen for all rabbit akin*, aod values were well maintained for auiuma *kine, iuinmer and stale qualities ruling .boat Jd per }b, lower. Fox akina wer» verv quirt, and the low or grades met with littlo inquiry. Kangaroo akine, from"tot Dalranald diatrict,have beon in heavy auppiv, tnd values havo dropped about 3d per lb. Beet headless rabbit akina, Viotorian 9Jd to UJdi ty,8. iV. 9d to lid ; fox dkini, winter firate, QQa to io$a por ^Jog,

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. SHEEP SALE. Friday, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

MARKETS AND SALES QIPP8LAND STOOK REPOBT8 BAI-RNSDALE. SHBEt HALE. Friday, May 8. MESSRS A. M'Lran. AND CO* report: \t our monthly sheep solo, on the abots .late wo yarded juat OD 400 sheep, and suc ceeded in selling every lot at auction si high ruling prices. Principal sales wert 11 follow*; Acoount F, J, A* Hodge, 166 4'tooth oroaabred wothors, 19s, 471 4-tooth owes, 20a, 40 2«tooth owes, 15a 6d, 34 do,, 14s ; D. Long, 393 oroaabred weaners, 14«, £. Hayward, 400 crossbred 2 and 4-tootk wethers 10a Od, Hugh Morriaoo'a lGO oroii* bred weaners, 14s Od, same ow^ner, full* mouthed ewes, 12s 7d, Frank Doory, 140 4, 6 and 8*tooth ewes, 19# Od, 100 wether weaners, 14s, T. Neil's f.m -ewes, 10a 6d, ireth^ro He 41, E. Kvnns* >yoanors 9a 9d, 2-tooth ewes 15s 6rt, 13Y wennors 13s 10fJ, mixed 2-looth sheep 14s 8d, T, Power, 394 weaners Us 2d, L). M'Arthur, 432 f.m. uwea, 18* 0d, Mrs II. ftl. Dale, 4, 6 and 8»tooth cwea 17s 0d, ewes 10B and 7s 6d, And sevoral smaller lots at full rates.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DOG STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

A DOG ST011Y. "You sou," lie said, "1 bought the dug and trained him myself.'. ' 1 got him so that he'd bark whenever a per son stepped inside <tho gate. Then my wife, wanted mo to train liim to carry bundles, and I did. If 1 put a parcel in his mouth tho dog would keep it -there until koiuo one took it nwiiy. Ono night I woko up mid hoard sotuo ono in tho next room. Jumping out of bed I seized tho poker and peeped through tho open door. Thoro they were-.threo burglars and the don." "Didn't ho bark?" "Of courso not, \u\ was too busy." "Busy! What doing?" "Carrying a lantern for tho burg lars." .The world owes a living only to him who earns it, and gives it only "for value received."

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAKING MONEY OUT OF COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

MAKING MONEY OUT OF COWS. There are ten rules for making money out^ ol vows and they all begin with "milk good-cows." 'I'o put tho ease in a nutshell, or father to skim tin? eroam from tho whole matter, lot us admit that thero are, say, seven fundamental principles of successful dairying, about as fol lows : L. Weed out the poor cows by means .of tlio scales and tho Babeoek test. L\ Feed the good cows plenty of clean, choice stult' as clo.su to a balanced ration as possible. .'3. hllimmato competition by produo >.ng » better product than tho othor fellow and demanding a good pricc for it. 'J. Ifendthe herd with a high class, purebred sire. 5. Uaiso tlio promising; calves from th<» best cows only. G. Develop a market for your sur plus bull calves and oih'M* stock. 7. Feed tho mind- of tho man behind (lie cow. Too many farmers spend good money for. Baheock testers and other'implo meiits of lliat kind, tlion store thorn away in tho barn or on a shelf in the milk house; am...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CURES BY SUNLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

CURES BY SUNLIGHT. lately (.says t-lu> "Daily TolograpV't' in various parts of thy world, docf-va bsive carried out experiments witu a view to developing tho application of the curativo powers of direct suulig'jt. On the Continent many suoeo>-es iitu been reported from tho exposure of patients suffering from various iums of tuberculosis to tho direct rays i tin sun, and the advocates of this form.of treatment, technically known as helio therapy, say .that- it is sometimes pos sible to euro sityh a condition, even where great destruction of a tissue has occurred. More recontly an .Ameri can physician has been turning his in tention to tlio effects of bright jui light on superficial cancers. Experi menting with that form of inalig.i.wit growth known as epitholiomata, fi.'s investigator states. ^thafc ho fias found the focussed rays of the sun as eflioa eious as radium and X-rays. This new form of light treafcnen* consists in focussing direct sunlight on tho diseased part through...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

H5 OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1914. For Bronchial Coughs, take YVoods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1B 6d. Another nice fall of rain occurred on Suoday night and yesterday morning, 01 points being registered. Notice is given ,in another column that no per£on will be entilltd to be enrolled on the municipal roils uoless all rates are paid c*» or before June 10. The new fire-station at the Hill Top has teen completed and a reel hose and all accessories have been furnished. Umeo is now supplied with two stations-one at each ma of the town. Btnu.lla Independent : "Should the elec tions for the federal parliament, be announced within six weeks from date, Mr Parker J. Moluoey Has given a promise to renominate for tho Indi seat." <'meo schoolboys visited Benambra on {Saturday and played a football match, re ceiving a diubbing from the local boys who emoted 5 goal* 10 behiuds.Lo 2 bihiuda. Mr If Bloau acted as central umpire. In order...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HOW TO USE MANURE MOST PROFITABLY. SOME OF THE NATURAL LAWS WITH WHICH THE USE OF MANURE MUST CO-OPERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

HOW TO USE MANURE MOST PROFITABLY. SOME QV THE NATURAL LAWS TVITH WHICH TEIB USE OK MANURE MUST CO-OPWn ATE. From tiin® irumujnoriai it hu.s bebn almost th» universal custom to spread manure over tha surfiKM of tho ami «nd th«n plough it under. Generation .after [feneration or' iannurs hav© jol lowed the custom without seriously thinking whether tin's method was the bast method to bo embployod. Huiinms are controlled more or loss by cuvcora and habit, which they iiccopt and adopt unthinkingly on the assumption that whatever ivS. is right, and tii«t what always has Wu tlouo is supported by some good reason. and therefore should be continued to be done. Every iarmor should know tor him self precisely why ho does what J o does. In this matter ol manure, it the farmer regularly year alter year ploughs manure under, he should*not ao 30 unthinkingly, but should know why bo does it, and then try to iearn whether, under all ilto oircnmstancov. auch ft method is tho best method to bo employe...

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

UN BROTH ERLI NESS. \i we think «it all, if we get away l'rom our egotism, and step out into the world with a determined will ami see lite as it is, we realise that un brotherliness is the insanity of the age-unbrothcrliness. that fearful and shocking and pathetic cause of separa tion that exists among mon in the Wurld to-day. It not only touches our public life, but our personal lives; and of course it touches our homes. Our homos are in danger, our young folk are in danger nil'the time; and nu matter how great the love with wjiii'h parents may sjir round thmr children, and thus try to protect* th.-m, th<*v arc constantly meeting with conditions tlnvt it seems almost impossible to over come. This is a fact, and we know it; and the greatest difliculty, surely, that we have to meet with in our ef forts is that we not only have so many systems of religion, but ue. also hav-i' mi many sysU'iiis of (.-duration. \\Y need .10 have a Universal Krlij'ion; and if wo had this, ivo ...

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

AGAINST THE ENCORE. A symphony concert consists of a carefully studied musical unity . One piece must harmoniously lit with the others. One composition must be cho aoii w t:i regard to tii^ on© before it and tho one that follows it. The con ductor who makes up a programme not only seeks for the instinctive harmony of each work that lie selcets, but- lie :i1h> tries to bring oh»» composition into har mony with all the others on his pro gramme. Any strange element, there lore, accidentaly inserted, such as au encore, between the harmoniously ar taged compositions necessarily causes a dissonance and upsets the artistic pro portions. Being a sincere admirer oi art, and therefore of proportions, 1 am always iitixious t<» eliminate every per sonal element , such as a desire lor per sonal success, when .1 play with an or chestra in a symphonic concert, and do mv best, to help the artistic cause of tho concorl a whole. -Josef Hoif maun.

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

(By "Ambrosino.") Tho "Lancet" comes to the follow iug conclusions after a chemical analy sis of twenty-six well-known toilet soups: -To summarise, tho resuhs .slidiv that tho toilet soaps on tho marker as a whole evidence a degree <i| purity and adaptability l'ov toilet purposes', which redound to tho credit of tho soap-maker. It is ubviousthat modern. soap-making is, generally speaking, rounded on scientific line*, ;uul nia on a .system of control wiiioU uu ns out a .standard product equal to ascertained requirements. liross adul teration in regard to toilet soaps does not appear to exist. Tho athletic g'-t'l is less likely to succumb to temptation than her sister who does not go in for atldetios, ^ in tho opinion oi Dr. Dudley A. Sav gent, director oi athletics at Harvard. .-nvial evils aro tho result of life's forces being turned into wrong chan nels. Tho eternal longing to externa lise oneself-that >s» to find an out Jot tor tho emotions-is au inherent ouo in huma...

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ELOPEMENT AT 88. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 May 1914

ELOPEMENT AT 88. In Now York .n:oenUv, "honeymoon ing" with a crowd of mtvrvlowers fol lowing them, were Mr. Wilfred . Nettlotou. a wealthy banker of eighty eight, and his sixty-eight-yoar brid<\ wild had t'lojHHl from Jiristol (Connec ticut), and Bucccedcd in gvttmg sec retly married at New Haven. - Mr. Nettleton, with his smiling bride at his side, told the reporters ?that ho had-loved for fifty years. "I remember," ho said, "when she was born, Sho was a very pretty baby. 1 always know she would make a handsome woman. But at eighteen she married a younger man dhaii I, j-o [' decided to wait, and in, the mean time devoted myself to making monev. Kight months ago her husband died. J called on her, but was ordered from the door by her nieou, who seemed to think we did not know * our minds. Mr. Nettleton, in sprto of Jiis great age, looked tho picture of health and happiness*

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

Jam Season, 1914. david" EAKINS, General Storekeeper, Omeo llnvites the attention of the Public to his Stock of - . Enamelled Preserving Pans, Jam Jars, Spoons, Etc. ~ Suitable for the present favorable ? Season for HOME JAM MAKING-. Telephone No. 8. DAVID SARINS. Grass and Glover Seeds. Write for Samples and Quotations of IUISII. WESTERN DISTRICT AXn NKV ZEAMXD EYE GRASP, COCKSFOOT. CLOVER. DWAllF ESSEX RAi'E and OTHEtt AG IUCl"LTt'R AL SEEDS. "Where risks arc so great the only reliable course is to procure from a Trained Seedsman With 110 large City rents to pay 1 can quote High.grade Seeds delivered at your nearest Railway station, freight paid and below Melbourne prices. Samples free. Geo. Smitli, Seed Importer, Ballarat. (Lite of Harst ^ Son, London Melbourne Address. Bos 164 G.P.O. Auctions era' Notices, A- ^ AG ART H Oil & GO., Oattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIl'PSLANP A UCTION SALES conducted in anv part o! Gippslaud, and at Oiuco Dist...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

j HAPPY CHILDREN Happy children scamper into school the embodiment of health ami youthful beauty. I,ittle eyes are sparkling, eager braina are ready to absorb the knowledge waiting to be imparted by the zealous teacher. That is as it should be, but too often the children arc dull and liatless, nones run ning throats burninn, and constant cough ing rends the school room air. The cold spreads from one to another, even the teacher has the full and heavy eyes, the throbbing head which .coonipaniea a bad cold. Yet children's colda ire easily con trolled. A prudent mother gives her children Dr.Sheldon's New Discovery on the first sign of a cough or cold, and relies on its soothing influence to quickly cool the head, relax the throat, and pre vent any danger of greater ills. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is the mother's helper and the children's friend through all the winter months. It can be given to the youngest baby and to the sturdy school children, to the college student, or to the fath...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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FOR HIS FAMILY'S SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

OR I-(IS i^AjlIbY'S BAKK. Paterfamilias wuh h very robust man, but he called In the doctor. If llio truth be told, Paterfamilias was so healthy, so big, and so ro bust, that he had grown into the habit of bullying his family. "1 don't; know what's the mutter, with my family," he remarked to tho piedifo, "but my wife is norvotia, (ny children are sullering from somo tliing-I don't liww what, In fact, (hd whqlo (louseliold is iippct, All the servants urn borUertnn' oil 'ner vous lu'Ohtratlon. AVhnt do you think about it ?" The doctor was a friend of th(j family, niul Incw a little of its history. "I th\i\k H would be all right," s«id ho, "if yo'i too'c a six months' tour of Europe-alone." "Me ?" replied tho father ungram matically, in his surprise. "Me ."Yes," replied tl»2 doctoi'. "Ifor the health of your faintly." Capital punishment was abolished is Italy in ? -. ,ju*?it'KTerw.ruc*^'~ ?

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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GENIUS AND MADNESS. INSPIRATION OR INSANITY? [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

GENIUS AMD MADNESS. JNSI'IKATIO.N OK INSANITY'.' H is said thill, we are nil mini some point. Anil if, after reading 1-liis article, you sit down and think fur a few minutes, yon will doubtless remember Koine little trick of yours which in sigu oi eccentricity, if not' of madness. Sir Wnllor Sent I. Int.s toI-. I us that thera was a boy in the sumo clii:,s with him at sc.liool who was re nmrkable for the quick anil intelli gent. answers which lie round to evei the most iliflicuit questions Unit the teacher pounced upon him. oiu, day young Scott observed I ha I when answering lie invariably lidget ted with on,. ,,f |iis waistcoat but tons, and, seized with a brilliant idea, Scott secretly cut olT his com pnnion « spccial jilnj'l hin;y. When the next, question came the hoy jump ed to his feet.. I lis lingers instinct - ivel.v sought, the button, buL it uas gone ! (Jreat was the amnsi>ment of the whole class, therefore, when I lie clever pupil sal down again without a word, for he i...

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TAKING PRECAUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

TAKINQ PRECAUTIONS. The lady *of tho house had told tho Wandering Willie that he could liavij Ills dinner if ho sawed a pile of Wood, Not being busy $t tho moment and wishing to show that he was uo mere loafer, he went at It. It was a hnotty problem he had tackled. Fit tern ? minutes later he appeared tho .kltilun door. "C.'vjt-it liuished ')"? inquired the lady V'ndly, 1 ivo'in," he replied,' mopping his i'cnii"'il(M; brow.- ''no'm, I haven't, '[ .it:st thought, before doii^g ai\y, more at it, I'd ask if I couldu't 'oiA over your bill ol tare."

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THE PANAMA CANAL. AN OBJECT LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

THE PANAMA CANAL. AM OBJECT LKSSON. Tin! following editorial from the "(liiriiRO levelling World" is full of si?niiiruii:c to the people of this State, owl for that mutter any other State or rointry. It is wiiLtcn by John f'. Kennedy. 'lhe greatest engineering feat, ever iiui':ilu!;<n r.n the American crnti 11 nt is no.v being carried through successfully on the Isthmus of Pana ma. rlln United States Govern ment is doing what the great Fi-inii syndicate and other private, t orpo.ations absolutely failed to do -it is building the Puninia Canal. Pri at.o corporations undertook to build this cnnnl and tlicy failed. Therefore, the Lnited States Govern ment decided at the outset to own i n! operate the can:il itself. No franchises have been granted to pri vate corporations to exploit the pro ject f.n.l pile up profits. Moreover, the Government is di recting this work itself. It has not gi>en out contracts to capitalists whereby they could make fat pro fits. The Government e...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MOSES'S TELEPHONE NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

MOSKS'S TKLEl'IIONE NUMBER. Tim teacher asked: "When iliil Moses live?" After the silence hud become painful slii> ordered: "Upon your Old Testament, What dot's it sav' them?'* A boy answered, "Moses, -IOOU n.c." "Now," said the teacher, " why didn't you know whon Moses lived?" "Well," replied the boy, "I thought 1000 B.C. was his telephone number." Particulars of the contingent on hoard tho Makarini, which loft Eng land on May 5, were contained in a. cable-mcssugo received from the emi gration officials in Loudon. There are oSS immigrants for this State, in cluding 3 farm settlers, who represent 10 persons, and possess a capital of i!H30; 91 farm workers, representing 117 persons; 191 nominated passeng ers, 'J 12 British lads, DO domcsUo ser vants, and 11 person who received tho benefit °f reduced passages. On hoard tklu; vesfiu laro also «'!)0 immigrants for New South Wales. Tile eable-niesspgu further advised that the Borda sailed from London on .April 30, with llfci immigrant...

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