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MIGHTY CAREFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

MIGHTY CAREFUL. Word hail been received by the in spector or the electric light systen) that an overhead wire had falleij down iu a crowded street. The in spector betook himself to the spot us quickly as he could, Wlun lie arrived he found the In evitable crowd handling the wire in a most careless manner. Luckily, no accidents had occurred. Coin'; up to the nearest man, who happened to be an Ir(shm(iu, Uo ad monished him severely in gruvo tones. "You took a grave risk," said the. inspector. You had no right tcj tnuch that wire. IVhy, man, dq you know you might have been killed out fight by the shock The Irishman looked at tho inspec tor with a knowing air. "Ah." said he, "I was mighty careful, soi'r I Sure, and I i'elt it fli-Kt." Only two men have scored thirteen ccnturies in first-class cricket during one season ; they are Mr. 0. 13. Fry and T. Huyward.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOLLY AND HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

HOLLY AND HOPE. Shed. shed and doad lio 4ho flowers that crowned the Summer; Chill, how chill and still, lies tho huid thnt - Winter numbs. See! not a bins where, in gardous dumb and dumber* Wind-whipped and nipped, died the lust chrysanthemum, All's dark; yet mark whero a. little sunny, istlunus Dim moons and grim joins; one nook whero Spring has scope. Juno with roses strewn I who will sigh for theo at Christmas? Holly's here, when days aro drear, to plant the world with hope I Life and joy are rifo; hearth and heart let in the stranger; Poor men win tho door whenco tho ruddy woleoiuo glows. All, great and small, by the Star may seek the Manger; Near each, to cheer each, tho Christ inas holly grows. Gi'ijcn as Peaoe is seen when tho flowers of joy are over, Greet us when our feet down tho dark ways grope; Twine, then, tho Shrino of tho Inn that waits tho rover; Holly, by tho Baby lie who gave tho world its lionc! S. Gertrude Ford.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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WOMEN PEARL-DIVERS, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

WOMEN PEARL-DIVERS, 1 The pearl divers of Japan are wot men. Along t*le coast of the Bay of Ago and the Bay of Kokasho the th'rtcen and fourteen-year-old girls, after t!,.ey have finished their pri mary school work, go to sea and learn to dive. They are in the watey an 1 learn to swim almost from baby !i od. Tliey spend most of their time in the water, except in the cold est season -from the cud of Decem ber to (I13 beginning of February. Even during the most in:lemeut of season; i h?y sometimes dive ion 1 carls. Thjy wear a special dress, with the hair twisted up into a har<| knot. The eyes are protected by glasses to prevent the entrance of water. A boat in command of men is as si. n:d to every live or ten wo rsen divers to carry them to and from Ui? lishing grounds. When the ui.ers arrive on the grounds they leap into the water at once, and be gin to gather oysters at the tjot toni. The oysters are dropped in to tub.'! suspended I'com their waists, When tlnsc ' are til...

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BEST BRESSED ROYAL LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

BEST BRESSED ROYAL LADY. .Vji enterprising Bs'sfian journal has made inquiries as to tie amonut ex panded ;iiinna)lj by Rpyal ladies on tbeip toilettes, a u<J has found the fol loivinK fuatK, says tha "Bvaiiina Stan dard." Queen Victoria of Spain easily takes the first placo a a the best) dressed Royal lady,- She obtains ail her dresses from Paris, and Las to pay over tn the great- iiims of the Rua do la Paix a sura of no less than £8000 a year. Tlio German Empress ha* all her dresses rnado iu Berliu, at a cost not far below £'1000. Au equal su,m is expended by tlio Cwrina, who dresses in private very simply, and only goes iu for oxpensivo robes on Stato and festival occasions, which, bonorer, lire not frequent in view of the retired lifo of tno Russian Im perial family. Tha same sum repre sents the cost of dresses to the wifo o|> 31. Poincar©. Queen Kl&iia of Italy spends only about £3200 a year, whilo tin drosn budget of Queen liliza buth of Belgium does not ...

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IMPERIAL PRINCESS MARRIES DRAGOON. EMPEROR'S GRANDCHILD RENOUNCES RIGHTS FOR LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

IMPERiflL PRINCESS MARRIES DRAGOON. EMPEROR'S GRANDCHILD RE NOUNCES RIGHTS FOR LOVE. From Vienna comes a romantic story to tin effect that the Arcli duchc-ss ISl!ft, U12 favourite grand* daughter of the Emperor Fran? Jo.-.ef, has renounced all her Royal rights. This step ths Princess has taken owing to her marriage to a young officer of noble but not Royal blood. She is twenty years old and was ex-* pected to make a brilliant match ; but she fe!l in love with Count Gears: WaUbu/g-Lustcniii-Hohencras, a dragoon officer who was the com rade of hor brothers during their edur cation. The Archduchess told the secret to tor grnn Ifatlier the Emperor, who supported th: engagement against op position of otliar members of the Imperial. Family. The ceremony took place ia tho large ceremonial chamber of the Hofburg in the presence of the Em peror an I many members of the Imperial family.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A WORD FOR THE OLD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

A WORD FOR THE OLD MAN. Uu» grout an inestimable advantage in fatm 3if« is that a man is not alidvsd wlion lie roafcbts middle ago, uml 1ms an'ired at that stags when his advice «ir «xp'wience m worth a Jot ot labor. TV] u let tho 'nu;ij wheels of in dustry aro rattling with incessant noise and llje machinery is exhausting fuel, often unnecessarily, wo aro inclined to think tro are moving tha universie, and that ktcation itself is 110 moro than something upon irWcli w» can playoff onr i:iiaij;iei. With t!io bustle of en terprise, and tlio ainoko and dust wo aro creating;, there is every appearance of work and profit; but in many cases if is no mora than appearance. Wo havu no tiraa oi'taji for lha application of a littlo friction grease, and tlio engine wears its«lf out; prematurely. Nowa; days, we are apt to imitate noito for husinesa, and constant dinning for en terprise . It is r;in:u a mau has "learned a bit," and has arrived at that pariud from which ho can look hank, with prof...

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CHILDREN SOLD INTO SLAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

CHILDREN SOLD INTO SLAVERY. Did you know that the selling o! children into ftctual slavery still exists as a recognised institution in a civilised commumty ? The slavery referred to is a prac tice at Kricdrichshafen, on the Lake of C'onstancc, whsrc Micro is j.n an lituxl market for children. They are sold ontii;. ht; by their parents to peasant farmers from Wurtemberg, linden, and I.'avaria. for a scafoi's work cn the farms. Here,are seen boys and girls from eleven year.-; of age to sixteen-children, for the most ra:f, of Tyrcle.c;e woodsman who ar-> driven by sh:er destitution to r<c:-.d their offspring to work for the fanners and receive the money fur them. The children are gathered together in'or the care of a priest and ta,fen to th" market, where they arc put rl ..'if! ion and inspected by pros . rrti c purchasers like so m: nv cat ?l.\ T'.lri year 125 boys i nd '20 girls were hold. Owing to the de mand the market wa:» strong ; a r.urdy lid of sixteen, able to sw...

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VILLAGE TAX HOAX. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

VILLAGE TAX HOAX. An ingenious hoaxer rocontly dlod the Alsace village of Angovillicrs of ii 10 and a dinner. Presenting him self to tlio mayor in the character of "M. heroy, Asaensor of the Ministry of AIsaeo-Loraino," who hail come to iii 8poet the village atables in connection with measures against foot-and-mouth disease, he was invited by tho mayor to hiik-h. After lunch, accompanied by the mayor, ho set out on his tout, and from the proprietor of each stable inspected he exacted a tax of 1/, while ho fined other farmers Hums of .from 3/ to 5/. On tho *>ack of tho "in spector V hand was tattooed tho head of an ox. and when someone noticed the sign he gravely informed them thivt it was borne as an indelible guarantee of, his authority. J Jo proved himself an afVable person and was entortainod to dinner at the local inn, but ho left An govilliers early next day on hearing that tho inspector of village gendar merie was duo to arrive. A pea of young crossbred wethers was sold at ...

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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. Saturduy, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

- I MARKETS AND BALKS 0IPH8LANI) STOCK REPORTS BAIKNSDALK. Saturduy, May 10. WBS6R3 A. M'LbAN AND UO. report J - Pat Cuttle: Small yurdiog mul prices oti a p:«r with Uit week'urutea. Wo sold cows to £9 3s, '2 (it-l|iillocka at £9 10s. tfhccp.- Mr M, A.' ^engluBo'a xbred wuancra, 13B, fat wo ijiora, 18a 7d j C and tf-tooth ewes 15a (M ; 2 4 and G-tooth evvca £1 2a; fat ewi*s» £1 2s { and full-mouthed ewes, 12a 3J, Ntoro Oftttle : A fovv pens forward* and wn I»a1(l pows at £3 fla ; hoifera, £3 aud ipixcd young cattle, £1 19s.

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

RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY IVIEN SHOULD USE MR. CHARLES ROCK, of 42 Gladen Street, East Brunswick, 33 years in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes, on 2/4/12 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "In December, 1911, I was laid up with pleurisy, so serious tbe doctor consulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, but through taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as 'there was life in that medi cine.' When he said, 'life in Clements Tonic,' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I would have been in my last resting place only for that grand medicine. Had my wife paid £40 for the bottle she would, have had good value. I have teen a lot of testimonials about CLEMENTS TONIC in books and papers, but what ! find fault with is that every writer ha* utterly failed to give a proper value of that medicine. (Sijn.d) CHARLES ROCK." This if a rcnurWb1e letter, but then, CUIMKNTB TONIC Is a remarkable medlcln...

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IMPROVING GRASS LAND. BRITISH METHODS. USE OF NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

IMPROVING GRASS LAND. HKl'Mll METHODS. .USE OF NLTItOHHN. "WhtH omisirioring tho h©bt ra«tliod «i' improving s\uy partciular jjiec* of graiw (states a Jhitisli export) iti is most important to remember the na ture of tho soil a [j J liio length of timo that tho field has been laid down. Tho soil of an old pasture is nearly always rioh in nitrogen, inoro particularly "if tlio land is inclined to bo stiff, though a good deal of this nitrogen may not bo in « roadily available condition. In suoh c;»so«, it would generally bo a waste to Apply a manure containing nitrogen. but as nearly all old pastures tend to fcccomo deficit nt. in phosphates, and f.oTT)ctimv>; atet; in lituu, a raanuiv h<j;vb tbeso buostances i8 almost sure to giro a Rood return. It is for this reason that basic slag has been found so oflfeetivo upon old pastures; it supplies a considorablo quantity of phosphate and at tho sam© ti/no n shialJ percentage of*' l'roo limo. "A. really black soil inclined to g...

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ROLLER SKATES IN POSTAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

ROLLER SKATES IN POSTAL SERVICE. jR-ollur-skating (says "Chambers's Journal") is generally regarded as a pastime, \iit tho United States Gov ernment h:is fonnd it Tory useful in tho postal service. In one of tha largo post-oflkes in Chicago tho post men storo thoir uniforms, bagB, and other requisites in the basement. Thero are 1100 lockers in an apart ment measuring 300ft. in length. [t was found that checking tho equip ments during the rush hours imposed a nevero task on the clerks. In order to facilitate the work the chief of tin department suggested tlmt the clerks should uso roller-skates, so that 'h'-y could traverse tho floor quiolcly and with less fatigue. Tho employees soon came to appreciate '.he innova tion, as it also effected a welcome re duction in the wear and ie.ir of hoot leather. The experiment proved a complete success, hccauso the tiorks equipped with the skates |»,if..imc<i their checking duties iu a quarter of tho tmo formerly occupied. Holler skates...

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" HE DIDN'T GIVE THE WORM A CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

"H'lO »U>X'T (fIVK THE WORM A CHANCE. 4<1 reckon," the Hint farmer, "that I got up rtirlior Mum anybody in this neighborhood- I ulwuy* up before 3 i/eloek iu tho wornmg/ THo Heconrl wan ««d he was alvrtiyfl un before that, and bnd part of bis work done. The lirst.farmer thought lie was n liar, and decided to flu<l out. A vlW uiorniuss Inter ltn sot up at o'clock aud weut to the neighbour* house. H» rapped o» t-ho back door, and the woniau of tlio houso OP-AVh0ro is Tour husband?" asked tho farmer, expecting to find his neighbour in bod. - "Ho was Jitonnd hers aavly iu the Imornins," answered lus,wife, "but I uou't Snow whore ho is now.

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

WHY ACID STOMACHS ARB DANGEROUS, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS,May Acid in the stomach is dangerous and frequently fatal, because uoid from its corrosive nature has a natural ten dency to destroy the mucous lining of the stomach itBelf, No one inten tionally swallowB hydrochloric acid, but it is often present in large quan tities us the result of food fernvnu ion in the stomach resulting from the chemical ootion, which so frequently follows the eating of the daintiest And most tasty foods or the indulgence in "iiy form of alcoholic stimulonts, in cluding beer, wine, liqueurs, etc. This fermentation oauaes pain un easiness uud discomfort because of the acid which burns lilce a red-hot iron, ami the formation of gas which dn tcudB the Btomach, causing shortm^s of breath aud palpitation of the he-irr. 'flio trouble being entirely flue to the unnaturul condition of stomach con ii-Wj", and nob in any way to the fnili of i he stomach itself, physicians hnv. "Oopted with marvellous success the plan o...

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OMEO PLAINS. BOY FOOTBALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

OMEO PLAINS. | FROM OUR OOHUKOFONDENT, | liOV FOOT1IALL15RS. On Saturday aftornoon ft foobboll match was played 011 tho Benambra ground bobweon tlio boyn of tilio Oraeo ond Benambru state schools, Mr Sloan acting !*». reforeo. Heavy rr,in hud fallen in the morning, and tho lads wero therefore under the disadvantage of having to play on web, s'ippery grnnnd, and to tlio accompaniment of drilling ra'ni l,uti although the Omen team wcro unsuccessful an to fins! results it was universally acknowledge! ttint thny pub up a bravo fight. On tin r.rrival of tlio Oinco lodB Mrs Canny, of thu BenumbT hotel, with her usual generosity on Blich occasions, treated iboin to a free dinnor, and ur. half-time, Mr A. Sloan presented I,he tennis with a bag of apples. tiik oa.v cluij. 'l'lie Beuambra gun club cotumonced operations on Saturday afternoon, am] notwithstanding the adverse w-'aihri conditions a largo number of apm-tint enthusiasts assembled ab thu clnhV ground to take part) in its inception. ...

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

f*E 0mSO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. Fill DA r, MA Y si, 1014. .For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great 1'eppermint Curo, la Gd. The interesting serial atory, Terribly Tumpted, is emtinued in this iaauo, and there is other good reading on the first and fourth pages, David Kakius, ironmonger and grocer, Omco, announces in Another column that ho has a luge block of the beat imka of nbbit trap3 ou hand. A Mac^rthur and Co. will Irld fptcial stock *a!ei at .Swift'* Creek 011 Thuraday, 28th, Ben-unbra, Friday, SJlhh, and Ouico, Saturday, JJOth instant. In Quother column Mr John Payne. Onico, offers himself us a cindidato for election on the Shire Council, to fill the vacancy cjuaed by the resignation of Cr. Rodgara. Measra J. W.M'Coy and John i'ayno, candidate for tho repr^acniaDiun of the (Jmeo riding on the Shiro Council, will addroa-a the ratepiyora at t'io Shire Hull on Tuesday evening. \V\ Krack-', tho universal provider of Ouieo, unnouiices in another c...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BAIRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BAIRXSDAT.K TO MELBOURNE. Each day, *2,15 p.m. ; arriving Melbourne 10.40 p.m. Morning trains, Monday, Thurs day and Saturday at 5.40 a.m. ; arriving Melbourne 1 o() p.m. MELBOURNE TO BAIUNSDALE. Each day at 7 5- a in. ; arriving Bairns* dale 3/25 p.m. Night trains, Monday, Wed nesday, Friday and Saturday, 4 SO p.m. ; arriving Bairuidale 12 minutes past mid night.

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

Following ,oii (UP. invitations ii«ucd by ill" Oiva.-iilis club to Benambra, Omeo, Swift's Creek and Ensay clubs Co meet at C.iysilia on Saturday, for tlio purpose of forming a dial rice as sociation, tlio following delegates were present,: Me**»ra J. Slonri awl \V. Twiichctt (L!f 11 it<? ibnt), \V. Green wood and J. F. Ilassetiti (Omeo), J. Wilis and \Y. M'Henry (Onssili*), Mr 0. Medhursb acting us secretary. Mr Jillis who was elected us oliair man, stited tliat) the Oassilis club bud issued invitations to all the dintrict) clu 1)3 to bo present) with ib olij-ct; n£ forming an associatinh, "» the effort or the previous Snurd»y .ir, Swift's Crt!i'k hud been uiHeci ful. Iti was resolved that an associa tion be formed between Omeo, Beunm bra and Camilla, to bfl called tbi Onieo Dinrict Football association, with Mr TCllis as president and Mr [-jassetb ns secretary. The milter . if drawing up rules was held over for a week when the delegates would meet ot Benambru and deal w...

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OMEO ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

0M1S0 ANGLERS' CLUB. Tlio fttrnu il mooting of members was hold on Saturday, 10th iuatatifc, tho president', Mr T, Stirling, ocoupying llio chair, Thu balance eheoti was roanivod and ndoptet'1, showing n debit) of 10a. Tlio rosiguation of tlio Beorotary, Mr S. W. Barton, was received with regrot. Tlio following officers worn elected for tlio enduing your : President, Mr T. Stir ling ; vioi'-presidfliita, Dr. Tulloh nnd Mr U, J. ; treasurer, Mr W. J. Older ; secretary, Mr L. T. Hurley ; committee, Messrs \V. Oroae, 13. All Sum, K. Tiiylor, II. Milno nnd Jua. Shanalian ; mi(litori>, Messrs J. Sliana lian and E. <1. Thomas. lb was decided to oiroulariso mem bers with a vinw to the payment of I ho annual subscription. Tho presi dent reported that ho hud ntt,ended a meeting of tho Omno Fish Protection Sooiety, at> which it was announced tlinb 1000 fish liTtd been granted to the diatrich and tho al!otinont> waa arran ged, lie urged 'ho members to givo overy assistance ...

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SPIDER SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 22 May 1914

SPIDER SENSE. Mr. S. L'ondai', of Tottjuuy, writing to "Th« Timoa" snvh:-j; cim jjivo an installed of spidov imjuso from my own observation. It mm in Nuir South Wales, about 95 years ago, but tlio "poroipiont" in thin caso was nob a lady. JIo was an old squatter, n man of a rather sinister reputation, dating from the days ai nine]}.';, bush rangers, and Convict*; in short, about a« Jittlu troubled with norves ub any man could be. But tha ouo tiling he feared was a spider, especially tho lingo specie!) which tha Australian bushtnau insists on calling "triante olpoa;" and, as in tiiu previous instnn ses, ho could detect tiiuir presence (up to a cortain distanco) without seeing thom. Oils night ha and throe oth ers (of whom I wan one), %rera playing enrdx, when h(i suddenly got up, and hurriedly loft tlio room, declaring that "there was one of thoso (adioc tivo) 'triautelopes' about. In tl'e caso of any other man, wo should have drawn tho usual uonolusion, but, search being rnado, tho ...

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