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PREVENTING RAILWAY COLLISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

PREVENTING RAILWAY COLLISIONS. There will ho no more railway colli sions, such is (lie gratifying amiounee monl. made hy the Now York Times as the result oi spectacular tests applied on tlii.- I'jj io line recently to a new elec trical (leva.-;; of wonderful ingenuity. Two trains started from r.pposilo li recfions (o a spot between Newark and Nutley, New Jersey. When the <"s tuier between them was reduced to half a mile, though neither drivers nix' guards moved a hand towards ilv Llirotli_'l lever ur air-brake control, t] 10 iniins suddenly slowed dcnvn and finally eji]no to a halt, This s^eminulv peri lous experiment. was repented .six tiine.s; each time, as soon as 'h<j trams entered the same two-mile zone, the green eh etric light went out, air-brakes began in n'urk. iiiitonialieally sln/ij.-it:k the trains. The invention is operated on the principle of the hi nk vgiia) system hy means of a third ra ! ; nil s'.oe attached to eaeh engine. V, I. ilo the trains...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A HELPING HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

A HEWING It AN p.. Mistress (hurrying frantically) 5 '.'Jiary, what time,. is' it now Maid : "Hulf-|>ast t»v«>-." *jis|re.sK : "Oli.'l thought It was Inter, I Htill have twenty minutes to catchUhe steamer." Maui : "Yes, mum, 1 know yo'd bo rushed, so I set the clock buck 30 minutes to givo ,vo luoru tiuio,'4

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THE GRADE COW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

THE GRADE COW. .Some <'i the breeders of puivbnd dairy catilo have strange notions about acUnon U iho ' existence of the grade cow. They seem to lie afraid ol' .,onu tiling that will ri.-o up u> plague the purebred. This tiol'oii, in tlm opinion ol "Hoard's Dairyman" has no real foundation. (hi the contrary, tiio Ameriean authority just quoted would like lo seo every cncouragiment given lo tho production of first class };rado cows in all the dairy breeds. To pro duce such cons the farmer must have a purebred .sire. He must have, also, n ri'jbt idea. ol' the groat importance of seeurinjj; a bull ol' tho strongest and best blood linos. We haw only to r 'lh.ct a moment to see that it really need* a more pre potent. hull in the production of grado cows than in a purebred herd. In the? purebred herd tho bloi.d of the sire is strongly reinforced and anted by tho agreeing hluod of the feawlo which in harmonious in blood lines with him. Unt when we pbioo a purebred sire at the...

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Universal Service in All Dominions. CITIZENS OV EVERY BRITISH STATE OVER-SEA MUST TRAIN TO BEAR ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

Universal Service in Alt Dominions. CITIZENS OV EVERY BRITISH ?STATE OVER-SEA MUST TRAIN TO BKAIl ARMS. In every overseas State midet 11)1.' British ling, citizens (ire linble to frivo milit.ory service tor a vary. i"K term of yearn, with tho excep tion of the Islands of Bahamas, Honduras, ami St. J Menu. This is evident from the must iu tere.sl iiifj statement of Col, Seelv in the House of Commons, In which lie Kiiva nil nccouiit of the military provision for all (lie British Do minions. 'I'he stntement u"as "fori ix coming- upon tho inquiry for Hklp ton. Ill (lie British isles alone British subjects nro not called upon to do their citizens duties to their coun try. All ( lie male inhabitants of Can ada of the ak<j of :1S years and lip wards and under GO being British subjects are liable to service in the Militia, and the Oovernor-Cencral nuiy require all the male inhabi tants of Canada capable of bear ing arms to nerve in the case of a levee en masse, AU:HTU.U.XA. All m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

FIVE HULES FOR * FORTUNE. MOW SOME 8KCUAKI) SUCCESS 1. Cultivate and perfect your idea? {Experiment. The world is eager foi -omothing mow, which, however sim ple it may ho, will savo labor, or ox tjense, or do Lhings better. Lot it be .noio convenient, or proinoto pleasure educe waste. L'txiplo who handle tilings' in every Jay use are tho natural inventors o >ottor things, and the nulurai cupita sts of tO-Dl01TOW. Head tho splendid advice inat 'iMis.): j;ives. Learn tho procedure as to pl eating in the ehiel countries,-thoi ocuro your own legal monopoly l"» v-our rights by bceoniig a patentee. 2. Jt that workman or foreman, 01 your ingenious friend has produced o ,-k'vcr invention, put liim on tho trn» ibout patenis by telling him whei .ie can obtain the "inventors' Guide* 3. Kor yourself, obtain this whioli tolls what to in von t, whwo i .latent.^ how to soil patents, the piic nveutibns have sold for, what pti:v mtro hoen ojfcred (in cash) for iuvvo .ions, and what Edison udv^es...

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SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

SOME PROBLEMS IN WHEAT FARMING. (Written spuriiilly for ''Kiiniii'is' (i;i zoUo" by J. II. Itofalmnsi'.) Dr. 1'aMcrsou's research work proved that th« application of Knjic-iplin,phntos to Uio wheat- aroas not only .supplies avnilnblo phosphoric acid, but ;it 111" uimc timo stimulates tlio nitrifying bacteria in the soil to increased t-n system adopted in the. northern areas of fallowing tho kind is e.irri»»*l out i)V farmers in order to provido two years' moisture for ohm * y* ar's crop. Tho fallow system al'-o brings aboat tho preparation ol' nitrates >n the soil. Tho two chief agencies at work in this propnnuion aro itlio aeration of soil r,nd the Rim's. . tukit'ii, in a moist sod, promcto great * bacterial activity; moro especially if organic matter is present in sufficient quantity. Tlio dry fallowing system is n modi fication of tho Jjoi's Wcedon system. In tho Lot's-Weedon system, the land a f tor being properly prepared b\ ploughing, etc., was sown in <4 rips, i...

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CATARACT ON THE EYE. A PREVALENT BLEMISH IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

CATARACT Gi'j :!! E EYE. A l'liKY AI.K.N'T IILK.MISII IN HOIiSKS. A co»j/euU«:l diseas*.-, often observed .ti hnr.-L-s in t»:irtur;;Ini* lorahi-iej, is oa fcnraH. This cojisi>ts of tin opacity in 0110 of lh»> clcoii.T sirtiotmvs of 11K i-yo, known as tho erystallinc Ions, thai U MitiiiUcU immedinioly behind the pu pil. Tho * IV< ci- of this opacity is olj.,:nii t ihe pas:<n«j;o of litflit to the re tina, an'! .-o e.iu^e partial or rtamjolctr i)!:ii'hi.- s, deiu-tidirig upon the. ex;vol io, which ; he disease lut.s progress.d. !)paoiii»>. of th«» co/uea-the tran.spar ?..lit membsano Unit forms the anterior coat of tho eyeball-must not ho mis taken for cataract, \Yh»'ii cataract i* well developed Mil .>ap;l nf 1 ho <*>v. h;ut. a whitish or j.\ny ish appcuniocc, Uu-\, fiiiinll e;Uaraets re quire i'lo^o observation* for tlioir deko i,i. Tiio eye may bo examined bj shading it with a. blade hat', the hor'ti huin;? lumod uway.from* the- Jight...

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BROKEN COLLAR-BONE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

BROKEN COLLAR-BONE. A very common accident, particularly among per. on» who go in largely loi athlcicis is a broken collar-bone; Hi; injury being easily caiis.'d by a 1 all 01 Mtuden jerk, such as occur frequently when eyeing, ntunuig, or tennis-play ing. The eolbir-boncs arc the' two bones which go from tlu breastbone 01 sternum to the shoulders, and arc very liable to injury, a fail on the- elbow oY shoulder being enough 10 fracture th'in. Fortunately, the bones lejoui with equal «.aso, and a fraeturo of Llicni rarejy causes auv permanent ine»>nvoni* one.'. I'iiu injury is iir.-.l disc:> vercd alter a full by a swelling above the bone which is broken, ami ii' the swel ling is press d pain is felt, and a light uniting noiso may be heard, caused by iho rubbing together of the ends of the broken bone. Tlu injfiry should, il possible, be at once attended to by* a doctor, the arm having been placed in a sling until his arrival; but il a doc tor is not available at once thv» frac ...

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OMEO PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

OMEO PLAINS. | FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. ] A quiob but pretty wedding was co'ebrated on Easter Monday, April 13, at Sr. John's R.O. church, Clifton Hill, when Miss Mollis Kingston, vnungpr daughter of Mr arid Mrs Thos. Kingston, of Sb. George's Road, Korth Fitzroy, and Mr Alox. Sloan, fourth -mi of Mr and Mrs W. Sloan, of F.npst Side, Bunnmbra, woro united 'n 'he bonds of holy matrimony, the ? fli ? . i »v t i n i» clergyman being Rev. F^Uier Robinson, of Cnmberwell, The bride, who was given away by her father, woie hor travelling costume of pale fawn cloth, fitch necklet, and hat of black pannn velvet, trimmed with long nsbrioh plume. Her sister, Mis* K. Kingston, was bridesmaid, being dressed in a tailor-made costume of creen and fawn shaded velour, and hat of red panne volvet. Mr W. Kiugston, brother of tho bride, officiated as bos', man, After the ceremony, wedding break fast was Berved at tho residence of the bride's parento, about thirty guests being present. Tho newly-married c...

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS. SWIFT'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. SWIFT'S CREEK. [FROM oun COIWKSPONDENT,'] On April 27, ft marriage wag cele brated at> Carinya, Swifb'g Crook, bho residenco of tho brido's parents, be twern Mr G. F. Highnbti, eldeab SOD of Cr. F. J. Hitfhofcb, of Highron, Mans field. and Eilocn, oldoab daughter of Or. 0. H. Habton, J.P. Tho drawing room waa anitably decorated for tho oocasion, and tho officiating clergyman waa Rov. G. H, Devlin, of Omno, Tho bride, who waB given away by hor father, waa attired in it whito orepn do chinn coatumo and hab of whito silk plush with a large ncli father, and flho wore an nqua-, marioo neckleb, tho Rift) of tho bride ttrnnui. The bridesmaid, Miaa Ina Mutton, wore a frock of blue *»i!k crepe foniu, with black velveb hab, and nqiin-inurino brooch preaeuted by bho t.ridegromu. Tho bridu's gift) to the '.ridegroom wao a sob of ohony-backnd r«s»l]Pfl with silver mounting,' Mr Reg, Hatbon acted as beat) man. The wedding breakfast) waa laid in tbo dining room, aboub forty fri...

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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. Tho following wore the results of ilia matches pluyed in Melbourne on Saturday : LEAGUE. Suuth Melbourne Sr, Kilda* Fitzroy O.irllou Richmond Geelong Ea8Pndon Melbourne Colliogwood University Gl. BH. Pt?. 11 11-77 9 12-CG , 6 10-46 , 4 5-29 10 17-77 G 17-54 6 24-54 5 7-37 18 17-125 7 11-53 ASSOCIATION. North Melbourne Footscriy Hiwthorn ... Williamstowu Brunswick ... Prubrnti _. Port Melbourne Eaiendon Brighton ... Nortlico;o ... "11 16-82 7 10-52 13 10-88 10 12-72 12 11-83 12 11 -83 -11 17-83 7 16-58 12 19-91 5 2-32

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. RAMPANT SUFFAGETTES. MORE DAMAGE TO PICTURES. DEMONSTRATION AGAINST THE KING. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FIIOM OUU ConiticgroHDRNTj. RAMPANT SUFFAGETTES. MORE DAMAGE TO PICTURES. DEMONSTRATION AGAINST TUB KING. MELUOUJINE, MONDAY, T!i(! English auffragottea rondo a simultanoouB Attack ou tho pictures of the National Gallery and Royal Aoa deiny l»Bb week, several of tho valu nblii pictures buiny hnoked and cub to pieces. Similar outrages wore also committed at tho Royal Scottinh Academy and the British Museum. The Kinj> and Queen attended a inatiiioii performance nli Hor Majenty's Theatre on Friday and tlio nuftV& nottes made a demonstration, Two .if tho women had chained them, delvpa to tho seats and hod to ho forcibly removed with tho seals at tached >o t'uein, whilo a number of oilier women land to ho ejected. Thi'ir Majesties sat umivived durini( thu up roar. Tho [iiiffrupetteB nUo attempted to blow up the pipe." conveying water to Glasgow, but tho fuse liurnb our be fore reL'chint; tho detonator. Had they succeeded, half tho water supply t>f tho ...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

RECEIPT AND PW OFFICE. The following account* aro lying at rhe aub-trvueuiy ; J, Uickcy, 12. M'Larcn, F. A. Cano, K. J. Cotfcy, Omoo Hospital 1£. J. Uootfley, G, J. Thoiburn, W, 13. Tulloh, W. 0. Heath, W. l\ \jeug)ier, Jns. Bortlutt, K. JoueH, M. G. Kaighin, J.Tolaml, J, Eraid.

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MARKETS AND SALES. THIS SKIN MARKET. Monday, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

MARKETS AND SALES THIS SKIN MARKET. Monday, May i8. Damsety and CO, report:-&vorngo aup plicu were ofl'ercil on Monday to a moderate attendance of buycra. Despito tho recent fall in the London market, for rabbit skins, and further unfavorable forecasts regarding nil fur SIuuh in that ceutro, tho local market wau fairly firm' Rabbit skins woco in goad demand, aud all seasonable bkius sold at lata rales. Stalo and inferior lots dcolincd tboul id per lb. Compared with this timo laat year, present valuta urc, approximately, Gd pur lb. lower; ratht-r inoro on tho bettor and lets on tho poorer classos. Fox skius m«»t with a fairinquiiy at unchanged values, Good lu-adicBs rabbit bkins, Victorian lOd to UAdj N,S. \\r. lOd to 11^1; for skins, wiuter firsts, 90j to 108a por doz. Wood's Great l'oppormint Cure's tho thing. Its praUes I nHcvll always hing ; I've proved it* worth full many a time, And that is why 1 utring this rhyme. Coughs and colds, and the various ilia Th-it from folk ...

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THE [?] STANDANRD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914. THE OMEO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

THE 0 lift t. L« 3 I A?*D A R 0. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914. THE OMEO HOSPITAL. ^TTT wotrd sepm ay if w® were l|J to be called upon to provide 0 funds for oar local hospital. But no one will begrudf'e it. if they are satisfied os to the necessity of the appeal ; and to a community that provided a lump sum of over £<300 for the purpose of buildup ft womctiri ward the £70 now asked for i-i a very small matter indeed, notwithstanding tb=*5 tho community is not nearly so prospeious in id was when the forger sum v?as asked for. The qu"s!!OM i*>, I-j \Ut? present! appeal justified 1 and the only answer to that question uiutb be \'es! Io is true that the committee have still some money' in hum!, but Uiey viit need it all for maintenance expenses duriog the next few mouths, and circumstances hive now arisen wbicb have mad'! an extraordinary and unforeseen call upon the futids. The cause of this is Diphtheria. The Omeo district has 60 f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

A G-ood Stock of the Best Malro of IAMBIT rp~c? A JL Js.fc-.ca, Has arrived and will be sold at a Seasonable Pi'iee for Cash. LANTKOE.NS, TRAP-BUTTERS, PIK3S, ETC., Iltf STOCK. Telephone No. 8. I FIB EA3QNS. 'Omeo Bp euia>.:~ 0"30. Smith's Griant Asters, Stocks, Pansies and all J?iower and Vegetable Seeds. Mr HARDV COLD CLIMATE FKUIT TREKS, ROSE PLANTS, SHRUBS, Etc., gcow vigorously whs-n transplanted to oilier districts* " .SMITH'S SEEDS and i1 LASTS /.RS SOLD OK HONOR. TRY THEM. <3- Ciiah Orders delivered FREIGHT PAID to an;, Railway Station. Catalogues Free on Application. Geo. Smith, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Est. 1S64. Auctioneers' Notices. A* lii.iiL'Aii i & b0.> CJattle S-aiesracn, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, G-ii'I'SLANI? AUCTION SALKS conducted inany i>arl oi Gippalsud, and at Omeo District when equired. Lctte and Telegrams quickly answered Auotloncer fur the Firm A . N, M A C A K T H U K , , Who Conducts all Auction Ka...

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THE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

THE LAW AND THE DAIRYMAN. It is only in raro instance.*, nays "John Hull," that- a milk vendor, charged with an oflvuco under tho Jj'OOU and Drugs Aol, is ablo to mako Rood his defence. Tho oflicinl analysis tdJs its deadly tale, mid though tho luckless defendant may bo entirely guiltless ul' criminal action, bo mutt, as a rule, pay tho price. Two adul teration wi.svp recently disposed of by tho llavant H>nch were not without general interest. Ju tho lirst the delendant indignantly denied having in any way tampered with tho milk. Confronted with tlu analyst's report, showing I I per cent. of added water, ho proposed to call his eowkeej>er, who, ho declared, would eonlirm his protes tations of innocence. No sooner had thin worthy stepped into tho box, however, than h« made a clean breast of tho whole hii.siue.ss, deelarin/j that ho had hiniN.-lf for his own purposes poured water into his master's ehurm. Closely interrogated, prior to tho hear ing, the. man had denied all knowle...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

CHURCH SERVICES, - -f PftESfljfTKiilAW OiiiiKOif-Ki}u<luy,May 31; 1bmy U, 8<vift'a Qreok 2,^0, Oi|ieo 7 30 IUv. lrr 0. Kur»nj. "i\uro9a the Alps to Oinco," Olio of the | moat beautiful guiilo-booka published in ! Victoria. Ouo ohilliug ut tho Standard .OlllcOjUmco. .

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BRIDGING THE GULF. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

BRIDGING THE GULF. Mrs, Kth'th Ne.sbit beliurea that thoro is a great gulf lixe<l between children and groivn-ups, even parents. Hut a Suit' only requires bridging, and n rain bow bridgo is just tho kind of archi- 1 tecturo d»*\T to Mis. Nesbit in "Wings , and tho Child." Tho os-soutial dilfcrenee between child ami adult, lies in tho newness of tnmgs. To doMTibo a Chinaman to a child is to arouso wonder and laughter, whereas tho sensible grown-up is only interested in Chinese loans and tho security oi government. Tho wholo workingn ui nature are miracle* to children, aud none the foss so when explained : Then you tell it of other things no more miraculou* and no loss: of fairies, and dragons, ami enchantments, oi spoils and nwcio, of living carpets and invisible swords. Tho child believe^ in these wonders likewise^ Why not: If very big men live in I'Tuagonih, why xhouht not very littlomeu live in (lower-buns? If etoctrietiy ean move unseen through tho air, why not rar pot...

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EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

KM PI MS DAY May 21 (Sunday) was Kmpin D\y, but ib was ob-erved in all ilu ,'ohn tU throughmr tin distiiet on Frid »y. At. Uitu-o the convent :-ehof>' childi« n j'liuud with the st^te hchooi K->y* »nd airls in the sell mlgrnund, and after the flag was raised find unfurh'd by tin* senior hoy nod girl the nil ion*1 authem was su»« and tho children joined in rt'poMin" after the head teacher, Mr Buy ford, tho followin-j declaration : 41 I will lovo God »nd my country: I will honor tin* fl»» : I will w-rvfl the King i And faith fully obey my purentp, teachers uud tho law?." An adj >urnmenb was made to the echoolrootn, whoro the children. were addressed by Rovp, Devlin, Givar, Woodf-tll and Tippetb on the various aspects of and manning of tin? cele braiion, Mr B*yford subsequently giving a lesion on Thtf JFhg, iliu tratod by diagram* to show how i ' hud gradually befn builr. up by i:ri diii-sns until i' attained its presm design of the Uuion J.icK". Tin1 «.« dres^tf were iiHt*n&g...

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