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DEATH OF MR TAYLOR [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

DEATH OF MR TAYLOR Omeo received a shook on Friday morning when news came from Mel bourne of tho death of Mr John Taylor, of tho firm of J. and F. Taylor, Liviugstone Four Mills, Omeo. A few months ago he left) the business in charge of his brother, Mr Fred Taylor, and went to reside with his family at) a property he purchased at Elwoad, and ' when he hud roc the family settled he went into Dr. BirdV private hospital to undergo an opera tion of which ha had been warned tome mouths previously. Tlio opera toolr p'uce three weeks a;;o, hut Mr Taylor's vitality was so strained that he could never make headway after the operation, though the last liis deuth waa unexpected. He leaves a wife ami two children surviving him Mr Taylor's agp at the time of his death win 02, and lie bid pissed moil of his lifo in Omen. One of his chief hobbies was tho welfare of tho Omeo Agricultural Society, and besides hav ing been president he had always been an ardent worker for its success, Hs was alto a C...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL The following were the results of the matches pluycd ia Melbourne on Saturday : LEAGUE. South Melbourne Essendon Si, Kilda Colling Wood Carlton Melbourne Richmond University Fiizroy Goelong 01, Bh. P>o. 5 13-43 5 11-41 . 12 10-82 . 5 14-44 , 13 19-97 , 5 9-39 . 16 14-110 , 0 6 -36 ! 6 4-40 , 4 8-32 ASSOCIATION. North Melbourne Williarastown Eiseiidon Priihran , Port Melboarse Brighton .BruiiBwiok ... Hawthorn ... Fuotacrny ... Northcoto ... 8 14-62 8 9-57 9 9-63 8 9 -57 10 14-74 5 14-44 17 14-116 8 12-60 10 18-78 3 2-20

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SHOCKING MARINE DISASTER. OVER THOUSAND LIVES LOST. TERRIBLE SCENES. SUFFERERS BECOME INSANE. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS i [FROM onn COIUIKBPONDEHTJ. SHOCKING MARINE DISASTER. OVER THOUSAND LIVES LOST. TERRIBLE SCENES. SUFFERERS BECOME INSANE. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. Ib is estimated thab 1032 lives worn lost through tho sinking of of tho Cauadian picifio liner, Empress of Ireland, in tho Sb. Lawerotico river, Quebec, on Friday morning. Tho vessel had boon brought) to a standstill in tho river owing to a deneo tog, when the Norwegiau or»llier, Storatad, suddenly loomed out. of !ho fog u few yards away, and notwith standing nil tho efforts mndo to avoid n collision struck tho Empress amid ships Kud ripped hnr from middle to scrow. She immediately backed away, leaving n great holo in tho &ido of the Empress, into which the water ruaheil unil sunk her in ion minuter. Practically nl! tho passengers were asleep nt) the time and many of them never lnd a chanco to leave their cabins. In response to wireless calls two of tho Canadian govern ment! steamers responded, and picked up 335 of the...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE, BAIRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

RAILWAY TiitlE TABLE, BAlKXftDALE TO MELBOURNE. Each day, 2. IS p.m.; arriving Melbourne 10.4C p.m. MoriJng trains, Monday, Thurs day and Saturday at 5.40 a.m. j arriving Melbourne 1 30 p.m. MELBOURNE TO BAIRNSOALE. Each diy at 7 ">2 a.m. ; arriving Bairns* dale 3.25 p.m. Night traius, Monday, Wed nesday, Friday and Saturday, 4 30 p.m. ; arriving Bairnsdale 1- minutes past mid* night.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

Glear out the Bunnies! A Good Stock of the Best Make of RABBIT TRAPS Has arrived and will be^ sold at a Reasonable Price for Casli. LANTHORNS, TRAP-SETTERS, PILES, ETC., IN STOCK. Telephone No. S. DAVID EAE3NS. Omeo Geo. Smith's Giant Asters, Stocks, Pansies ] Special Seeds. _ , , Flower and Vegetable Seeds. MY HARDY COLD CLIMATE FRUIT TREES, ROSE PLANTS, SHRUBS, Etc,, grow vigorously when transplanted to other districts, SMITHS SEEDS and PLANTS ARE SOLD ON HONOR. TRY THEM. <3* Cash Ordcra delivered FREIGHT PAID to any Railway Station. Catalogues Free on Application. Geo. Smith, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Est. 1864. Anccionesrs' Nst;cs>r. FI. mmnun & GO., Oattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIPPSLANP AUCTION SALfcS conducted in any part of Gippsland. and at Omeo District when equired» Lotte and Telegrams quiokly answered Auctioneer for the Firm A, N. MACARIHDR, Who Conducts all Auction Sales and Superintends ail Business of th...

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THE OBSCURE MRS. TOWNSEND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

5THE OBSCURE MRS. TOWNSEMD, Xfc ia a ot&rtling, soul-wronohing thing to di«covor that ono ia a nonentity. A woman mar havo quite clearly recog oleod tho fact that sho is not brilliant and h&TQ accepted it as her lot am1 destiny to always make ono of the chorus; yet such is thu majesty of life, of which sho ii a pulse, that it will bo impossible for her, under uormal condi tions, to ovor regard herself as a ne gligible atom of the uuiverso. To lind that othora do 90 has the effect of a , "?spiritual earthquake. It phakes tho ; foundations which sho has always takeu for granted. Mr#. Townsend was truly ^modest, but she had never realised that sho was wrapped in obscurity, as in a cloak of invisibility, until she went to the Bien nial Meeting of tho General Federation of Women's Clubs, held at Waterbury, and sho had not really admitted tho situation to herself until that break fast incident on tho morning of tho fourth day. Thoro woro two othor Tromon wear- j ing Federa...

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDA Y, JUNE 2, 1914. For Children's Hackiug Cough at Night, V/ftpda' Great Peppermint Cure, la Cd. The ordinary piontbly meeting of the 8hire Council will be hela tp-day (Tueiday). Notice is given in another column that no pcreon^ will he entitled to be enrolled on the municipal rolU uuIubs all ratea aro piid on or before June 10. The postal department h*« iciued a very useful little booklot, giving particulars of all the /acilitiea which are offered jjy the I department . It may ;be obtained at the I local poat offices, .. j For Bronchial Coughs, tako Woods' Great Peppermint Ourc,ls Ovl. Tho Age ia out against tho Premior, Mr Watt, and declares that tho country is tired of liia lack of policy and initiative. It is also lauding with praiao Mr Klmalle, loader of tho Labor Party. What does this tneau, to near election time ? Tho Gippslaud and Northern Co opora« tivo Selling Co,, Ltd, has boon appoiutod tho wholesale ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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EVERY LITTLE HELPS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

I EVERY LITTLE HELPS. No sooner had the master-buildor arrived at the works than ho was accosted by a slovenly, hulking per son who was supporting himself comfortably against a, stack of bricks. '"Got ik Job, guv'nor ?" tho might bo labourer inquired in sleepy tones. vi'm exceedingly sorry, my man," replied tho employer, '-'but I'm full up just now." Tho weary toiler did not bestir himself. * * '"You sco," continued tho boss^ engaged fifty-si's Iresl^ lmniia enly yesterday '^Tykij "mo on, guv'nor," pleaded tho jipplicant, "tho litt.lQ work X shall do, won't much diflcrcnco !" * Billingsgate Market, London, has in one year received nearly 200,000 tons of Osii, about cnj-thiri^ yf wHuh ar rived by water. "

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

Ia Memoriam. fcl'&fiLLAy.-la fond memory of our dear comrade, Fryer, who paosed away on June 4, 1913, At Uairnsdale, i-Igspr^ L*v l'ie Swift,'* Creek footballers, Deaths Taylor.-On the 29th May, at pri vate hospital, Melbourne, Jehu, tho betoved husband of Mabel Taylor, of Omeo, Ginpsland, and loving father of Bert, Mrs F. Q&asett, Mr/a N. Boland. May, and Gillie, aged 52 year*,

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MOTOR CAR MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

MOTOR CAR MAXIMS. The fool rojoiooth in his speed; but the wise man iookoth well to his gong, lie that- is vo'.d oi wisdom cnt.eiscs his neighbour's vehicle; but a man oi' un deiVianding holdeth his peace. ile that trusteth his automobile to the care 01 a hired man shall eome quickly to grief; but he that careth for it hiniseli' shall flourish like a branch. It is belter to ride in a tramoar than with a nervous woman on a brass-trimmed motor-car. A wko liiau fearoth aud departeth from crowded streets; but the fool gets in th* middle of the crush and is eouiident. A righteous man re gnrdeth the life of his carriage'; but the tender mercies of the scorcher are few aud far between. A smooth road niakcth a cheerful countenance; but by a rough one are the repairers made glad. When scorching cometh then cometii shame; but with the careful rider is wisdom.

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MARKETS. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

MARKETS. WHEAT AXD OTHER. PRODUCE. ! Wheal.-Tho market Is lum, auu, while supplies aro not offering very freely, there has been a fair inquiry. A fiOoii business has been dono at 3/11 to iJ.'llJ, according to position. Quo tations ior small farmers' lota in the country are on tho basis of 3/10 to 3/101 net. _ Flour.-The association price for lo cal consumption is £9 delivered. Bran and Pollard-Tho association price for bran is £5/5/ delivered, and that for pollard £5/10/. Barky.-English ranges, according to sample, from 2/3 to 3/3, while a priinu sample, if offered, would probably rea lise a little higher. Cape is quoted at 2/ to 2/3, offerings of this being also light. Thin feed Cape lias had a moderate business at 1/11. Oats.-Holders are looking for higher prices, and the quantity of Algerians offering is limited. Prime Algerian milling have changed hands at 1/11, medium being worth 1/10J. A mode rate turnover has been done in heavy feed at 1/10, good being worth 1/9J, and light t...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

(From Our Spcvial Correspondent). In marked contrast to iiii> scare which las; winter a.nt people in thou sands to the vaccinators is tho mdif Jwvuce villi which tho roeriiucseeiico of small pox in Syuney is viewed hero. Under tho extremely loeso way of deal ing with jjatients and contact* now prevailing tho changes of tae unplea sant disease extending its scope of ope rations to Melbourne are by no moans remote. But familiarity with tho menace and the absence of u death roll in the contaminated city-.>iii]ieJently formidable to arrest attention, have dulled apprehensions. Perhaps when a few ca*es actuary occur here there will bo a different attitude, and, lut ui? hope, for the sake of the reputation ol the city, that it /.ill bo more of the s<get-up-and-get" order than that of th<> Sydney people, who with Oriental iu djiference, seem to be content that the city, of which they are so proud, should continue indefinitely to be tho plague spot of Australi...

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NATURAL SOAP. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 2 June 1914

NATURAL SOAP. it is said that- in a mountain near Eko. Nevada, there is an incunust'bl© >upply of pure soap. Ono may enter tho mine with a butcher's k*nifo and cut as largo a piece as he w.in:s. It is beautifully mottled, aud on being ex posed to tho air hardens omewbat. The mountain of elav is of fine tex ture, and it contains boracic and, soda and borate of lime. Its colour is given it by tho iron and other materials. In its mineral state it is rather strong in alkali, and removes ink and other stains readily. * At one time it was used on the Pullman cars, but when its peculiar origin became generally known passengers appropriated it so extensively for souvenirs that tho com pany was forced to go back to the common soap of commerce.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

WOLFE'S ^EBRATED \SS$ ITiil if EGZEIIIIE Affected Head, Wrists and Ankles, Soon a Scaly Rash, Two Tins of Culicura Ointment Cured, Mooroopna, Vic.-"1 was miirerinK from Ail attack ol* en/ema for abmit 0110 month. Tho eczema affected my head, wrists and ankles ami tho ilcliin^ was horrible. 1 coukl not. (;ei a r,ood night's .'.!. ;.[) for moro than a and :;oon it eamo out on tho part.-; mentioned above in a scaly rash. I tried other ointments for a timo but thoy <Hil not-.reem to do me any f?ood. 1 saw tlio Cntienra adverli-ed, and thought I v.ould try tho Oitlicurn, Oinlmun'., which I bought- and applied a : directed, amM am U!ad to i-ay it- has completely cured mo after ushiK two tins." (Signed) F. Chadanoau, November liif, 1012. SEVERELY BURNT ON FOREHEAD Wonuerup, We:* Autfraltn.-"My daufjh tor was sevcrvly burnt- on lorrltend and anil, and tho parts kepi, p.athvrin - and \vcro 111 tensely irriiatinj:. She was treated for two luonilis and every time I lie burns woro dn...

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NO MORE INDIGESTION. WONDERS ACHIEVED BY NEWPRODUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

NO 110KB INDIGESTION, WONDERS AOHIRYGD NEWPi^opycr. It seouia reasonable to suppose tlinb in u ahorb tutja thero will be uo moro indigestion or dyspepsia. The old slylo "dim'stivjs" auch aa bismuth, pepsino, eliurcoslj sodn, etc , which after all Are only temporary in their cffectn, are rapidly becoming discarded in f-ivouj oi a simple iiniioid, kuown to chemiata as bisu rated magnesia, with tho result that physicians are being colled upon to fever canes of stonuich trouble than ever before, 'J'lii') ia not) so vary surprising when ib ia remembered that, accordiug to available statistics, over ninety per cent, of all stomach troubles uro due tu acidity. Biau rated priqneaii nicy readily ba ob tained from nny chemist) at a email cos.1-, und h»lf-n teii'iponnful tuUou io little water after meals will imme diately neutralise all harmful acida in the stomach, prevent' fermentation, »>>d thus reuder tho food easy of digpstloji,

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OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

0MI50 SHIRR ,00 UN OIL. present : Councillor" Rieltaros (pre sident.)', M'Coy, Lowe, Ij'iwington, Coiiulilii", Groan, Petersen, Jim,ton and Braid. NEW Tim president welcomed Or, M'Coy to the council tnbln as one of the representatives of tlio Oiueo riding, to fill ill" vacancy ciuiied by tho reiire ,,ii-iin of Cr. Rodgera. He mid i.hufc Cr. M'Coy Imd been a councillor on n previous occasion ftnd they were ,-rd to see him at (lio table agnin (?cp'-'H-f). Cr M'Coy, in returning lhankn for r|,o welcome, said his previous ex l".iii nni' iii n councillor win po long <ln»i. In1 wiih nf[-.ii<l it would liti of i t .- villi'1, as In1 remembered no !irtti utintir. it. (laughter). Cut. tin would do |ih best and trusted hin relations with }iji brother councillors would always bo on a Imppy footing (applause). coit:ti"si'ONi)i;N'ci{. From Lands department, asking for piyiuerit of £10 5s owing fur rent mi ilio Like Omno Rniorvn, Cr. Ciiuulil'in Hnid ic WHS mi unreasonable d...

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A MISTAKE IN THE SCRIMMAGE [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

A MISTAKE IN THE SCRIMMAGE During the visit oi tho Maori loot ball players to England some years ago they acquired' u reputation tor rough play." In u mutch they play"; ed with a certain team this fea ture so developed itself tlut.:, -.eforq the game was many minutes old, fhree of tlio homo team were hors de combat. Finding thut expostulation was pseless, tho British blood assert?'.! jtsolf, and retaliation was iwlul^cfj ill. Whilo u fierce-looking tiirimi mugo was in progress the loud, voico of tho captain of the home team was heard as ho thus rebuked ft comrado : ' ''Confound it. Torn, do look out 1 wq9 tli<? ball you lli-'it Jimo puff-So you and the l'aton girl fii'e one ? ITouston-That's what I thought, when tho parson nmrriod us, hut I havo since concluded we are ten. Duff-"What do you mean ? Houston-Sho is one and 1'iu ftfrpght, suy. dear fellow.

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THE FIRST PAINLESS EXTRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

THE FIRST PAINLESS EXTRACTION. Horace Wells, a dentist, of Hart* ford, Connecticut, F.S.A., is gener ally credited with tlie first use of "liiMi:huig gas" as an anaesthetic, Si-bering himself from toothache, ami droadimr t!:,« p;\ir\ of extraction, ho induced a iVUow-dentist named Iiigg to administer nitrous-oxide and draw the tormenting molar. Satisfied with the result of the ex periment. Wells entered into part* r.ership with W. T. Creen Morton and snarled demonstrating the new system. lUit it was a rank failure. They were both derided as impoa* tors. Wells feeling the public preju dice so keenly that he went out of his mind, and died insane. Morton, however, continued prac tic<\ and after making a number of experiments with ether on animals, decided to test the gas himself. On September .'it), IS Hi, late in the evening (to avoid all chance ot callers), he inhaled a certain quan tity. and only awoke from com plete unconciousness to hear his surgery bell ringing violent...

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MANURES FOR POTATOES. WITH A BRIEF HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

MANURES FOR POTATOES. WITH A BRIEF HISTORY. (Jiy 13. Harrison, F.L.S., in "TIip Land.") v .J'lio potato (Solanum tuborsum, Lt. vie) is olio of our most important food products, and its dovolopmont and cul tivation liaro mndo rapid stridoa since it was first imported into Europo by tlia Spaniards, botweon 1580 and 1585, an 1 afterwards into Great Britain by Sir Walter Knloigh. In "Tlia Origin of Cultivated Plants," A. do Candallo says: "Tho potato iB wild in Gliili (South America), in a form whioh. is sti'l neon in our cultivated plants, and its cultivation was diffused boforo th'o discovery of America, from Chili to N»v Granada. It waa introduced, probably in tho latter half of tho six taeuth century, into that port of tho United States now known aa Virginia and North Carolina, and it was tliu Virginian potato that Sir AValter brought baok to Ireland about tho snmo timo as tho Spaniards procured a. Its name in its own country was "opemnvk," which has an Indian Bound. Evidently datin...

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CHINESE HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

CHINESE HUMOUR. + To some persons Chinam?n anil American Indians stand ns represen tatives of humourless peoples. As' n mutter of fact. cnch race amuses itself in its own wny, hut that way happens to be different from the way to which most «>f iho world is nceustomed. One of t.ho British Consuls residing in China told a writer for "Harper's Week ly" a story which shows the grim character of the Chinese humour. The Consul had arrested nine de linquents, intending to turn them over to the mercies of t.ho native magistrate the next morning. Mean while lie gave them into the cus tody of n Chinese policeman, and told him to lock them up. although there was no gaol at the Consu late. The policeman was equal to the em< ri;ency. lie solemnly saluted, s.iyimr. "I ohev !" and marched his men oil. Soon he returned, and an nounced that they were safely caged. The Consul was curious to seo how and where. He followed his policeman- to the yard. There ho saw tiie nine prisoners danci...

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