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BROWN SANDWICH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

HKOWX SANDWICH. Quarter lb, butter, II oggs " small breakfast cup flmir, 1 tablespoiinVul o! 1 ground lieu, 1 small cup sugar, J cup treacle, 1 tc-aspoofiful ginger, 1 tea spooiif ul mixed spice, t teaspoimfill | mixed .spice, 1 teaspoonful baking powder, ewenee vanilla. I'ut, logo-1 tlier with custard. 51an in the auilieiito: "May I ask-" lCxcited chair lady: "What i.s your nnmc? Send up your name 1 Somebody lake his miuio. livery question must lio entered in the books of this society." .Man in the audience: "1-I-only wanted to know if a window might bo opened." All'ahle Shopwalker: "Sco that wo man over there? Well, she suffers from kleptomania." Mrs. Miggins: "Good gracious! "Why don't slio take something for it?" Shopw'alkor: "She will ill a minutn." Elderly Lady entering late whilo the orchestra is playing: "What are they playing now:'" Her elderly husband without looking at his programme .siiys testily :_ "Can't you sop the iiutio'es each sido of thn platform, thev aro largo e...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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METHODS OF DIAGNOSING TUBERCULOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

METHODS OF DIAGNOSING TUBERCULOSIS. Is there mom tlinii ono tuberculin lost ill uso; if so, how many ? Whero is tho Uill'oronco, if any, between the intradermal test ami tiiermal test? Arc there any other diseases or conditions, otlier tliiiu being infected with tubor culosisj that will cause a cow to react? It has lieeu said that an infected herd 111,1 y be treated to prevent any reac tion; is that a fact? Thus writes a correspondent to "Hoard's Dairy mail" (U.S.), and that paper answers as follows: There aro three methods pi' diag nosing tuberculosis - tho oj»IitlinImic, tho intradermal, and tho thermal test, the latter, being tbe most common. Tho ophthalmic test consists of put ting a small quantity of tuberculin in tho eyo of the cow to bo tested. The tuberculin is diluted or a .salvo is made of it. In eighteen hours or less, ii tho animal bo tubercular, there is shown a marked inflammation of the niebrnncs of tho oyo and a slight dis charge. If tho animal is flco from tuiubercu...

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

OZONE A POISON. That ozone is a desriable tiling to seek, Hint it is a purilior of thy air, destroyer of noxious liaoteria, a whole some stimulant to tlio lungs, is a popu lar belief. It is olio that, scientists havo now set out to d.stroy. They toll us. not without some reason (says Soicuco Sittings), that ozono is a poisonous nas. It is injurious to the throat anil lungs, irritates the endings of tlio sen sory nerves, eornxirs tile epithelial cells, causes indirectly changes in tlio blood, wliieh produce headache, depres sion and drowsinc-s. The authors of this statement arc l)r. \\\ A. Saw yer, director of the Hygienic Labora tory of the. California .State Hoard of Health, and his co-workers, Drs. Jieek witli and Stollield. They denounco the use of ozone machines in theatres, schools, ollit-es, and it her platvs whevo it ts dc>ired to purify tlio air. Theso authorities are supported by Drs. K. (). Jordan and A. J. Carlson, who de scribe a Ion*; series of experiments wivii o/.o...

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MONEY IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 May 1914

MONEY IN PIGS. J hi? rearing of pigs was tho subject of an interesting paper read by Air. F. Gamlin recently belor© tho mem bers of Uio Otakeho (N.Z.) branch of tho Farmers' Union. I'igs havo tho reputation of being dirfy animals, said i\lr. Unmiln, but it properly housed and looked alter are 0110 of Uu» most pro fitable, well as tho most intercutin# products of tho farm, and it is surpris ing how lew farms Have a really woll equipped piggery. it seems whevo tho pit; u concerned "any old tiling \tjII do." Tho extra profit will soon repay tho small expenditure on a good com fortable house. For general require ments 1, consider that a building 30tt by 7ft, with wood lloor, divided into lour compartments, three lor breeding sows, oacli Oft by 7ft, a rail platv<l about 10 inches out froiu wall and Uio snmo distance above tho iloor is neces sary to prevent tlio sow from overlaying her young. The remaining space, VZ it by 7ft, I use for a fattening pen, each compartment having ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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NOVEL THIEF CATCHER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

NOVEL THIEF CATCHER. A novel burglar alarm bas been plac id on tile market ill Germany, compos ed of a small metal disc, circular in shape, which mav easily bo earned -'11 tlie vest pueko'.U is so arrang.'d that a detonating cap uiay be inserted, and, so loaded, it becomes a terror to Miijuk >tliieves. Suppose u traveller is .slaying in a strange hotel, and finds that- lie cannot lock'bis door. JJe places a elntir against tlio door, and slips the disc under one of its legs. Should anyone attempt to filter the room the 'chair is forced out of posi tion, tlio disc flics open, and tlu- cap explodes, awakening the sleeper. The Uu* may bo used under baggae ., in purses, "under bicycles or automobile lyres, and in many other ways.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

& &C8.0 & San M rnop. z.td., CORK AND SUPPLY HOUSE FO&-" Brewers, Aerated Wfater Mamifacteers, Hotel Keepers, Baksrs, and Refreshment Booms. Correspondence Invited on AH Articles used in ths abova trades. Note Address 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. INSURE WITH THE PHfEMIX A88UBA&CE il L1B1IES. \ ewi F|BE, ACCIBEHT, EElPLSTIOtl? LIABILITY, WORKERS' "dOiSPKi. " " . SATIOH INSURANCE. . _ , ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED. Wti 1 jKfj JNU'l KKi'KESK.NTED. Full Particulars ou application to. DALGETY & CO. LTD., MELBOURNE. (Manaaore t9* Sftstsria-S i , GOT OF GEAR u r* RAINCOAT OR OVERCOAT AT (READY-TO-WEAR.) BL? SUIT TO MEASURE ^ ("GUARANTEED TO A BUTTON HOLE.'i THE OVERCOATS ai «i'» ?» Tweeds, and you have a choice i'rom grey, .;reen, brown, or fancy ctVeets. Vou may have the coat lined or uulined, with plain .-cam or vent buck. All have step collars, throat labs and storm cult's. THE RAINCOATS <'"lk metlium ijrcy Cravenettc, or in stone s...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVJ (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

A SICHlAi., STORY BY AftfiASEL GRAY. CHAPTER XVJ ^Continued.) to moot moro, \\hi!o chiy K):lov« s day ; >ievor :o kits imu'c nil our Iij> are clay... 0! my uialiiig-ii.y ilai-luisi fcjav larewell, ;ui..i-go!'' Ho drew Ills hand over h:s eves which suddenly lihed with tear.-. j'h words of th? -eug rang in his e.',r> tlley haunted n:s inomorv like .'host waiting to be "laid." He mu^f evei regret this woman who had given liim a. sort of worship. .Money must be found at all hazards, iiacearat, horse racing, too-all had laded him. The world was still the god of iiis idolatry ; he liked, stylish society, dances, din ners, intrigues v.itli great, ladies-m a word-fasuion, and us hodow mockery. The soul of this man was so small, ho was so detestable a mixture of vanity and selfishness-that though not "whol ly^ destitute of" some good points trifles ruled him. The smilo of a professional beauty, aotice from a prince, elub-sc»iid»!s, compliments from some dancer or si ren iii opera-bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

Constantly Itching, Burned When Put in Water, Would Rub and Scratch Until Hand Raw. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Now Quite Recovered, "Coi)'Co,M Chlrnofdo St.; Footscray; Vic, -"Tho affection from which I sufforod Is,' thank* to Cuticura, quito cured. It flrafc appeared around my knuckle.*} and linger joints. I ilrst notlccd it. by my hands con stantly itching. On putting my hands in water tho burning fculhiK would nearly send mo distracted. Tho palms of my hands were all cracked and tho skin completely peeled otf them, and on awakening during tho niuht tho continual itching would kocp mo awako for hours. I would rub and scratch thent until tlio hacks of my hands would look llko raw llosh. 1 determined to try tho Cuticura Remedies, and having Cu ticura Ohmneut in tho house, I bathed my hands with Cullcura Soap and then applied Cuticura Ointment. I {suffered with this dreadful allliction for slx'weoks, but pcrso« vcrod with Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment and am now qulto rec...

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King Leaves Assailants in Gutter. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

King Leaves Assailants in Gutter. + When the Kin# oT Sorviii, whose little country looked Viko applying 11 spark which' was to set K.urope ablaze, was 0110 of the mimarchs in exile in I'al-is, he lived in a flat n(, the very modest, rent of per annum. He w:ns in those days a (jrent athlete and boxer, as two malefactors discovered when tho.v waylaid him one night, and deinand-. ed his money or Ills life. They got neither, But one of them got tho ltoynl boot in the pit of his sto-, umcli, and Peter Kiu'ngeorgovitoh, leaving his assailants In the gutter, resumed his Interrupted progress. King l'oter is punctual in his habits, neat uud orderly 111 his personal arrnngements. " Beastly tidy" was tho precise epithet be stowed upon him by his friend Ciyp-. tnin 0. The (Kinir quce gave this young man a \lst oj- books, with t\ request that they sliouM bo pro cured fey the paUu'O Without delay. . ((., who la a cnroless, linppy-go hicUy disposition, 110 sooner re ceived this lii.t than lie lost...

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AIR GAS. THE FUTURE LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

AIR GAS. THIS FUTUHK J,HiHT. Air Gas lighting has become so g« iiv»riiliy known and recognised JIS tho luturo method of lighting that it is scarcely nectary to stale, that a w:-!! made and dimly const, nc.ed system prov.des a better quality ui light, at considerably loss expense, than it van be had from any other medium. 'Ihc low (jo-t, of maintenance over kerosene and acetylene js, of' course owing to tho fact that with air gas an incandescent mantle. is brought into i use, whereby DO per cent. ol' air is ut. 1 hsed, and only i per cent, ui' gas. \N it!i kerosene and aoatylenc every . unit ol light produced consume the pure kerosene or gas, and practically no air. Acetylene was ccrtainly «jj improve ment on kerosene in the way of con venience, and at the same tiii)2 «'t trifle lower in cost of maintenance. It is. however, next to impossible to pro- , vent leakages, and t'ho odour and resi- I due is most objectionable, and the risk of explosions will in time totally ban ish it from ...

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THE MARINER' BIBLE. TURNING OVER THE PAGES OF A SHIP'S LOG-BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

THE MARINER' BIBLE. TUiiNIM! OVtCU 'I'l II" t'ACES A SHIP'S MKMIOOK. The log, or log-book, is u ship's llible. At least, it resembles an old Family Bible in being u reorrt of .everything Iinjx.rtajit. Unit hap pens to tlio ship's "family." It n bahy is liorn, if (l c(,uple are married, if u person dies 0|, board ship, the log is the olllcial record of . lie event. Incidentally, the " olli cial" birthplace of n baby horn at sea on it llritish ship is Stcpnev. In Lhe event of a collision or other disaster, the log affords all-import nrtf. cviW^nce. rt will be remembered that. in the ruse of the collision between IT.M.S. llawke ami the Olympic. counsel for the nl.\inpie made much of the fact that the HmvUo's duel; log ,-ould tloi ho loimd. This reminds one that two logs llt.e kept-viz., the deck lot; ihuI tin* fair log. In the Xuvy the duck (or is kept 1 l>y the ollicer of the watch, the fair i log by the navigating lieutenant, in tiie merchant service (lie officer of the watch agai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

Clear out the Bunnies! A Good Stock of the Best Make of J. Has arrived and will bs sold at a Reasonable Price for Cash. LANTHORNS, TRAP-SETTERS, FILES, ETC., IN STOCK. Telephone No. S. 3AXINS, Omeo Geo. Smith's Special Seeds. Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies and all Flower and Vegetable Seeds. MV HARDV COLD CLIMATE FRUIT TREES, ROSE PLANTS, SHROB3, Etc., grow vigorously when transplanted to other districts, SMITE'S SEEDS and PLANTS ARE SOLD ON HONOR. TRY" THEM, fir Gash Orders delivered FREIGHT PAID to any Railway Station. Catalogues Free on Application. Geo. Smith, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Est. 1864. Auctlonesrs' Notices. . fi. FMOMTHOH & GO., Oattie Salesmen, Stock and ? Station,General Agents, BAIKNSDALE, GXl'l'SLANP A UCTION SALhS oonduotcd in any ,>art J\_ of Gippaland, and at Omco District when equired. Lotto and Telegrams quiokly answered Auctioneer for tho Firm A. N. MACARTHDR, Who Conducts all Auction Sales and Superintends all Business of the Firm, Distri...

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WHY ACID STOMACHS ARE DANGEROUS. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, May. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

WHY ACID STOMACHS ARB DANGEROUS. SCIENTIFIC' REPORTS, May. Aoid iu the Btouiaoh is dangerous and frequently fatal, bsaouBO acid from its corrosive nature has a natural ten denoy to destroy the mucous liuing of the Btoruachitself. No one intentionally swallows hydroohlorio acid, bubitit often present in large quantities as the reBult of food fermentation in the stouiaoh resulting from the ohe uiioal aotioo, whioh so frequently follows the eating of the daintest and most) taBty food* or tho indul-. genoe in any fortn of alcoholic Btu mqlants, including beor, wine, liquora, etc, This fermentation osuses pain, uneasineaB and discomfort because of the aoid whioh burns like a red hot iron, and the formation of gas which distends the stomach, oausing short ness of broath and palpitation of the heart. The trouble being entirely due to tho unnatural condition ol stomaoh oouteai.8, and not in any way tQ the fault of the stomach itself, physioiana have adopted with marvellous success tbe plan ...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BAIRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

RAILWAY JIME TABLE. I BAIRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE. Each day, 2.15 p m. j arriving Melbourne 10.40 p.m. Morning trains, Monday, Tliure day and Saturday at 5.40 a.m. j arriving Melbourne 1.S0 p.m. MELBOURNE TO BAIRSSDALE. Each day at 7 52 a.m. ; arriving Bairns dale 3.25 p.m. Night trains* Monday, Wed nesday, Fridoy and Saturday, 4 SO p.m.; arriving Bairnadale 12 miuutes past mid night.

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OMEO PLAINS. A RABBIT DRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

OMEO PLAINS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] A RABBIT DRIVE. Oa Wednesday afternoon of last week a party of guests assembled at Mr J. T. Lewington's invitation, to shoot ' over one of bia puddocka at Reedy Creek. Shortly before midday | the first drive commenced, abou!) 1G shooters taking part. Before lunch they traversed half of the land en closed, shooting and yarding several hundred rabbits. At tho termination of the firab drive the j,nftata turned thoir attention bo tho bountiful lunch which hud boon proved very accep table after tho energetic eport of the morning. The hostess, with several lady friends, wna present, and took care that the needs of each guest were plentifully supplied. After luucheon had been disposed of the second drive waa commenced. The afternoon's work proved even more effective than the morning's had been, as n far greater a number of rabbits were yarded and killed. During the afternoon a diffarenb species of quarry was sighted-a large fox making his appearanco o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

Than lis. WE deairo to givo our beat THANKS to tho Doctor mid Matron of tho Hospital for tho nttculion thoy g*vo to our daughter wlnlo she wns in tho Hospital. MK AND MHS J. 'i'UDD. Tho Swamp, Omeo.

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EMPIRE DAY. A LARGE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

EMPIRIS DAY. A LA.UGE GATHERING. Thorn was a full attendance ab the Shiro tlall on Sunday afternoon, when >» patriotic service in honor of Empire D»y was held in connection with the Methodist) Mission. Mr Bayford occu pied (he chair. The chairman said the Empire Diy uiovemeut had been originated some few yours ago, and its had become such a success thud it was now an annual fixture, National ideals wero a part and parcel of the lives of everyone. It) was a blending of the sentiments of the people, by which they all took their share in miking a national personality. These ideals wero not confined to the British, but were common to all people on tho globe. Australians believed that the British sentiment would, however, do ?he most good to the human race, They wore a nation that wsb stretched 'O every corner of the earth, and had solved the problem by whioh people oould retain every principal of indi vidual freedom and yet retain their conneotion with tho mother oountry. They had fr...

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

THE OifiEQ STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MAY SO, 1914. For Brouchiai Coughs, tako Woods' Gicut Peppermint Curo, Is GJ. A Macirthur and Co. will h"ld special stock sales at Benambra to-day (Friday) and at Omco to-morrow. A meeting will be held at the Tongio hotel to-morrow (Saturday) evening to consider the advisableueas of holding a mid-winter picnic rdce meeting. In this issue the serial story» "Terribly Tempted," btill continue* its interesting cart er, aud there is a quintity of other good reading matter on tho first And fourth pages. The Gippsland and Northern Co opera tive Selling Co,, Ltd, has been appointed tho wholesalo distributing agents for the Gippsland Co.-oper&tive Bacon Curing Co., Ltd., Dandenong. Ask your grocer for Dandeuoug bacon..** For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is Od. The cattle in Argentina are so expensive that landowners are unable to properly stock their land, while the public demand is...

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TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY The eooieby was specially favorod on Saturday night in tha shiro hall by having ns the sponkor for tha evening Rev. T, S. B. Woodfull, who is the evangelist of tho Methodist conference; and has linen in tha fore front of tho special Social Reform movements in Victoria of Into ycirs. In 13 seldom that such n small provincial town at Oineo ia visited by such a noted advocate of tho temperanoe movement, and HO ablo an exponent of its platform and attitude towards tho liquor traflia, and yet that fact did not attruct the attendance which should have been present. Tho nffleting wvi opnnnd with a pianoforlo solo by Miss Ellsworth, who delighted tho audienco by the beauty of expros-ion and fine execution shown in her rendition of The Messiah, and hearty applause followod. Rev. F. 0, lfaram, who presided, then made a brief and well-chosen address on the attitude of his church towards " No License." Tho speaker stated the resolution of the Presbyterian church, and sa...

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THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. WITH QUOTATIONS FROM THE NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 29 May 1914

THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. WITH QUOTATIONS I'TiOM NHW HOOKS. . Society rewards the man who nerves it. Success cmncs from boing of sei vico to mankind; there is tioither honor nor wealth excepting through one thing ---.sorv.ee, and fliounuJ Sv'rvieo nt that. - "Competition ami Co-operation," by Klbert }{uf)!>;> r<l. A friend is one who knows all about uk and loves lis just the smile. Lifts is only tin; journey. Don't, \yorry about tlu destination ai;d overlook tho scenery; and in the. march of life don't forgot to listen tu the bam!. 11 desperato hazards courage do cre As lie pays frankly who has least estate. Presence of mind and courage in dis Aiv iiH'Te tlr.n armies lo procure sue: The grcati'st liour in a man's life is not that in which men recognise what he has done, but that in which in his tremendous struggles against dillicultio and obstacles his pawer prevails against all that stands in bis way. I haven't an idea how long a broken leg takes to mend. I kno...

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