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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

I CHURCH SERVICES. VkkspYTEtttan riicKcii -Sumtny,Juno 7 : 11, liemmbr.i li, Ihnco 7 III', Uev. Mv.nnp F. (i. Frt

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PENNY-WISE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

PENNY-WISE PEOPLE. "Look after the pennies, and tho pounds will look after themselves," is sometimes truer than o\\2 thinks. A bunk cashier recently toM of some queer ways of saving lie had come ticrosK. "One of our clicnts," he said, "'al ways puts m the hank a sum equal to anything he spends in pleasure in to the theatre, buying cigars or on a game of billiards, for in stance-and he himself was surprised how quickly it mounted up. "Another man I know saves all lu3 half-pennies and threepenny-hits. It's a small matter, but at the end of th? year it means a big total. Cns family I know of started saving with the advent of the third yo'in.-jstor. They carefully hoarded every coJn they handled bearing the date of the boy's birth year, and wlnn the lad faced the world he had . a useful nest-egg behind him."

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

Clear out tlie Bunnies ! A G-ood Stock: of tlie Best Make of RABBIT TBAPS Has arrived and will be sold at a Reasonable Price for Gash. LANTHORNS, TRAP-SETTERS, FILES, ETC., IN" STOCK. Telephone No. S. DAVID MlfflS, Omeo Geo. Smith's Giant Astsrs, Stocks, Pansies Special Seeds ail? al1 -- Flower and "Vegetable Seeds. MY HARDY COLD CLIilATE FRUIT TREES, ROSE PLANTS, SHSUBS, Etc., grow vigorously when transplanted to other districts. SMITH'S SEEDS una PLANTS ARE SOLD OX HONOR. TRY THEM. g=T Caeh Orders delivered FREIGHT PAID to any Railway Station. Catalogues Free on Application. Geo. Smith, Seed and Plant Merchant, Ballarat. Est. 1864. AucSlcnoarfa1 Notics". A- fMOMTMOR & GO., Cattle Saissnsa, Stock and Station, Gan2i"2.1 Agents, eairksuale, gippslanp A UGTION SALES oondnctcd in any part qniojsly < H, M'MILLAN, SWIFT'S CREEK w. H. GOGfilSES* Goaciibuilder and Wheelwright.; ' ENS AY. - ? . ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE ON THE PREMISES: Vehicles Uought and JixcbflrFgsd. ...

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

The Invigorating a. no sustaining Power of Is amply verlfloa by ca,pa.t>ie author! tiet? risor. i/td., AND SUPPLY HOUSE FOR Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All Articles used in the above trades. Koto Address 384 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. irmmiQ PLBMANENTLY CVHS3 Hydatids, Liver ind KidneyTroublaaj Gastric Ulcere, Internal Gt-ovrtlis. IWrad 5/5 per botUt. Cbenilab tid Storee. 489 FLINDERS LANE, MEL . BOURNE. Most doctors from goodness ol heart tr«*t e c.i'-ffs without expectation uf payment, bui did yo«IJ .^c: i.fiu* of it dvCvO; why ururcid (e«» wfcea £aiict* ro care > Tbo Union Miauhcturbg Cocn-J paoy £uw*3teo to retuM jM^AA^C.tr\om\ patf Uf Wright'# Rhe^jitjft/Vv<3ujedy /jtbffl CAOL&UDg cute, (torts jJOt/cure Ybur rhtg^Uif^^tiai, jj lurnK\'£6^ ux /YroubletJforca.ir**> th*> I coaUl/Ey^Q^oonc tuxoy bUtuw,! truiTJ&J* nutter cA iU.yt'&vit hi*fi b«o coJy | ihra...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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WOMA[?] WITH CARRICH TASTES. TYPE THAT MEN ARE WARNED NOT TO WED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

WOPi'lAWKiiiO .-?/!.« CflRRIO T fiSTL-5. TV riO THAT MKN A 11 K \VA!!\'F,n NOT TO WKl >. \ Inn?!'! nml fashionable London nndieiu-e in the Whitehall Uooni-.', where her Ito.vul lii'ihneJ's the Kanee Sarawak presided, applauded wti:.'ii Air. .ianus llm-kland, the na turalist, spoke of "Wonn'n'i! carrion in tni 11in"ry at a meeting to nii-ili- r l.lii.- Wild I'ii-rlfi' l'b-mage Act. i-i.'i-ill l.v before Parliament. Highly e:lucnti"e In bachelor mm \vns tin- conversation of a fashion able ^u' ''lose ol" t'u" tm-o. ' '' 1 ,et a 111:111 imli! tin- hat vvear i>f his woman friends mi'l . he will fret » sure index to each w > man's character ; 1 have been Ihank (>tl liy in my men for that l ip, u> niarked a society hostess. "Why ?" inipiired a debutante. "My dear," said the mmimi .><" 'i»' world, "it. lias saved the pool- fel low from taking a vampire ui'e. The beauty of tho Lip is that, women pvc ii nuui no credit for chnrnct ci - rending' from -the things the...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

SERIAL STORY ANNABEL GRAY. BY CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) Leuoro listened still silently. She had uttered as yet no word of reproach or of indiguution at tho oruol fraud practised abroad on lier young credul ity. She was only crushed and stunned -and his voico was no longer tho opi ate that had lulled earo to rest-it was lite deliberate tunc of a man of the world suggesting advantageous changes in his household in which slio could not share. There was no regret in his tone-not oven sentiment-and vet, hurt her as ho would, thoro was but love in her heart and despair in i;s desperate bounds. "If you were talking to 6onio one who had no affection tor you, whom you had quarrelled with^ then I could understand a little what it all meant," she said slowly; her voice changed: "No, you wore not worth loving, Leon ard ; and this-this is harder to bear than all-I Imvo lost my ideal. There may havo b^en something sinful aud idolatrous in my infatuation - I am certain it was a misfortune to have b...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 5 June 1914

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. The following accounts are lying at the sub treasury; F. A, CHIP, Omeo Hospital, E. J. Rootsey, W, B. Tulloh, W. G. Meath, H. P. hiUnor and others, R. Jones, J. Hickey, jas. Bartlett.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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ENSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

ENSAY [FROM ouit UOIIHESPONDENT.1 The postal linemen under Foreman Plumerngti lmve been busy at Ensay du<?>>!; tho past ten days, connecting tbo flour inilla by telephone to the local exshango and rn-arranging the net,works generally, Substantial-look inil eroy ',ox po,f!H have been erocted through the town, and a cubic led from llie terminal polo into the post, office. This cable, which carries 2G pnir.s of conductors, will serve to con nect. 26 metallic circuit telephone lines, and will replace the bare wires pre viously used, while at tho same time bi'ini! much neater and more efficient'. Mining at Stirling, which has been very quiet for a time, is showing an improvement. Doinney and Swetnam have taker) up tho old Hibernia and re-christened it " the Harry Hawker," a crashing of 12. tons yielding 49uz. gold. Several other parties aro ex peoted to htarti work shortly.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

OMEO PLAINS. | FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. | Qrnnb nnthii'iiBin was displayed by jho Benntiihra Snoiffy on Friday, ,\liy 20, on thi« nrriviil of the nnnual supply °' tir0"t 'or di!,trihiitii)g in (ho "l,rtvimn north and onsti of tlin Plain?. Quito n number of [liclchnrses and vehicles awaited tlio arrival of the mnil-concli, nod Messrs Iirandor, Tom kins, W. PnnriorfRat, Higctino and others conveyed tho fish to their ultimate destination. They report the trout *s h'lviriR been in excellent con dition when lihenited, only five or six dod onea altogether being found in the seventeen cans.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. PiiKBBVTEitiAN Cmmoii-Hundny, Juna 14: Tonglo West II, Kwitl'a Greek 2.30, Oiiieo 7 30, Rev. V. O. Forum.

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DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK. MUNICIPAL RESPONSIBILITY [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK. MUNICIPAL RESPONSIBILITY Ab tho meeting of the Shire Cmuii oil on Tuesday n letter whs r,. ceivod from the committal* "f tin Oineo Hospital, thab in accordance with t lie request of l hi? council tin1 committee would be pleased .10 curry out) the obligations nf the council with refrrcnce to (he ireo menb and nursing t>f person* -nf fering from diphiheriu.-"It- is ferneri (bat tho present oubbrenk will nut be easily stumped out, und my curamiuro have matin an nppc»l to Ibo public for funds to provide a wnr'J fir tl 0 accommodation of infectious cases. I am directed to add ili u. tho atricti ab economy will bo oxorciBod in th'i expenditure of any money on behilf of your coun cil." Tho secretary Baid 11.at iu esti mating bbo cost of feeding und treating patients tbn doctor Rod the committeo bad come to the conclu sion that it could not bo don 11 at lesa than IOj per day. Of oourae thab would vary, uccordin;; to the number of cases under treat ment. Cr. Grose mov...

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OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 2: [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

OMISO SHIRK COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNK 2: Present: Councillors llickarda (pre sident), M'Ooy, Lowe, Lowington, Cotighlan, Groae, Petersen, Hubton and Braid. .GGKKRAL HUSINKSS. Or, Ooughlan said the junotinn of tlio Plains uud Swamp roads oniin> to a point and teams could nob turn from one road to tho otiher, Hh moved thab the point) ho tialtHn off, hick for about) 12fn In would only oont 12s or l-l«. Seconded by Or. Braid.-Or. Grose thought) in should bo lefb until tho M 'in Honda Board took ovor the roads. Tin1 work waa nob going to bi) dono for anything like lis.-Cr. Couchlan said the toama had been getting ovor the difficulty by travelling through private property, bub that was now being fenced off. Cr. M'Coy was surprised that the work had nob beon dono years ago, and for auch a Btuall euiu as it was likely to ooat ltin matter was not worth Gghiing about.-Or. Petersen aaid everyone knew iti waa difficult to turn at the junction, and if ib would only coBb auyt.hing up to £2 or £-3...

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TAKE PEPS REGULARLY. THE REAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST THROAT AND CHEST TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

TAKE PEPS REGULARLY THE REAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST THROAT AND CHEST TR'IUBLBS. It 19 always beat at tills dan gerous time of lb:; year to c»rry a box of Peps, and loo onn or two of thess breathe-iible tablets dissolve in tbo uioulh. Thii is tlio HurcBt way to arrest) the cold or chill in its first Btagev, «nd BO prevent) its settling on the Iupii!". In Train or Tram P«pa win enable you to ward off tibedunger arising (rum wiadn and tir-tU^b'*, or from contact with panp!* »«£f"nni» fr»>m infectious coldn, influpuz*, nod oHmm. complainto. If a Persistent Tickling Cough »hiz-b you, Pf-pa win -? ouce rid you of »bJ cmiafl of f<h«' irritation ami will h»vh you from an obatiiiKin Ht.t-ick of mini r.hro+t, or Hroncbir.it>. For the Children, tbp saf^o una tile mosu pleasant olirotc mil chest remedy is Pep?. Pops are free from all harmful drugs. and iom stop cioupines.", wheezing, »ud bud breathing, For the old folks P< p« m«'i restful days and peaceful nigbci, unbroke...

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NO WONDER JOE WENT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

NO WONDER JOE WENT. Au excited middle-aged lady bounce'* into a suburban police station nnd ac costed tbo inspector on duty. "Whcro's my Joe?" she demanded. "Beg pardon, nwulam-dog, X pre lum* ?.' said the officer. "Duii'i you dare to presumo nothing of tlio kind," snapped >tho lady. "Dog iudeeed 1 No, sir, husband-my hus band. llo's missing, disappeared, dc ainpcd " "i\m don't say so " "But I'll have you to understand tlmt I do say so, yoiiug man. How dare you sit thero and liatly contradict .ratepayer?-leastways tho lawful wifo of one. I'll report you, sir. Do you hear that? I'll report you! Whcro's my iiusbaiid ?" ".My dear madam " "Hmv daro you call me your dear madam ? Do you UiiuU that I camo hei'u to bo insulted? i -tell you my husband has decamped, aud you sit tliero like a dummy. What do you think of that?" "Well, madam/' responded tho police inspector. 4il liavenU tho plea ?uro of your husband's acquaintance, but 1 should say ho is a very wise man. Constable, show this ...

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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. Tho following we the matches played Saturday : LKAGU Fi'zroy Sr. Kilda Collingwood... Easendou Goelong Carlton Melbourne University ... South Melbourne llichtnond ... ASSOCIA Brunswick ... Easendon Prahran Footscray Norlhcote Hawthorn .. Port Melbourne North Melbourne Williamstown Brighton tho results of Melbourne on GL. BH. Pts. . 10 13-73 . 7 0-tS . 11 12-78 . 9 9-63 . 9 11-65 . 3 16-34 . 14 9-93 . 5 16-46 . 7 12-54 . 4 12-3G IN. . 11 8-74 . 7 14-56 . 10 12 -72 . 9 11 - 65 . 12 5-77 . 11 9-70 . 11 6-72 . 6 21-57 . 8 '6-54 . 6 8-44

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NOT GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

NOT GRANTED. Jones, ablo-seuman un II.M.S. Vor mm, gazed into the fatv 'oi his com mander pleadingly "You aro always on leave!" ex claimed the ollieer. u\Yliat on earth do you requiro extra leavo for now?" '.My sister's baby's goin' to bo wuxi.iated, sir," replied Jong's. "And what has that tu do with your'" "She's my sister, d'yo soo?" said Jones with a painful look. "What, tho baby?" ".No, sir; tho baby's sister's my brother-I mean I'm the mother's baby-er-tho father's my mother-no I mean " "You mean-what do you mean?" broko in tho officer angrily. "What do thoy want you for? That's the point. "l'-p-pU'ase, sir," stuttered Jones, "they want mo-ine to stand as god-M m-mother I"

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SATURDAY'S RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

SATURDAY'S RACING. The King's Birthday meeting of tho V.ll.C. was opeuei) at) Flcniiogton oil Saturday, to a largo attendance. The Royal Handicap was won by Golden Wire, Dhuldul being second and Elbro third. Tim boning was 7 to 2 against r.ho winner. Won by half a bead in lmio. lojfic. The Sandringhom Han dicap was won by Sylvanniore, Allans ford being secoud and Meorut third. Tho betting was 7 to 1 against) tlio winner. Won by four lengths in 2uiiu. 9sec.

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OH, YOU WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

Oil] YOU WOMEN I Tivd women friends, who bad not soon each ollior for some tiiuo, met at a tea-shop. Mrs. Brown could not resist tho opportunity of drugging in allusions to motoring. "1 simply adoro it," sho exclaimed. "[ couldn't do without our darling lit tle maohino. It is a six-cylinder, you know, with improved clutches, a self starter, and things like that. I should think you would get ouo." "Wo liavo {jot one." -answered Mrs. Green with a happy little smile. "Wo havo had it for somo timo." "You don't really mean it!" re turned Mrs. Iliwii, just a triilu jea olusly. "What make is it?" "It is ;i light-rumiing lockstitch," answered Mrs. Green, "with a h'cm liier. tuckerj and a buttonhole attach ment 1" At the eSydney Central Criminal Court on .Monday the jury found John Stenliouso guilty of the man slaughter of his wife, Christina Moody Stenliouso, at Parranmtta on April 14. Mrs, Stenliouso was killed by blows with a hammer. Her hus- [ ImiikI was at the time under tho influ ence ...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. THE MARINE DISASTER, DIRECT CRITICISM FROM GOD. MEMORIAL SERVICES. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUIT CONNIISPONDNNTJ. THE MARINE DISASTER, DIRECT CRITICISM FROM GOD, MEMORIAL SERVICES. MELUOUHNE, MONDAY, Commissioner M'Kie, who has iir rived on Toronto from I<)ut;huid to bukp ohargp of tlio S Ovation Army work there, iiRsorta time the terriblo losse* auutnined by tho Army through tlio wreck of thn Empress of Irelund urn u direct criticism from honvmj, nnd ihnti the Army will endenvor to find the f«ul& which caused il) to rpceive thi« Divine rebuke. MemnrUI service were hell) through out Cauud.. yesterday, tlio Army tnkitiR n promineni purt. General Uooth con ducted » great) meuinriiil service ill Li indon on Friday, the Anglican nnd other churchcB being largely repre sented.

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GOOD NEWS FOR HUSBANDS. FAMILY DRESS BILLS REDUCED BY HALF. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

GOOD NEWS FOB HUSBANDS. KAMKA' DRESS HIM.S REDUCED BY HAIiF. There iw hopo yob for the harassed husband who stands appalled at fcho si/.e of his wifo's millinery hills and the other everyday hills run up in the housohold. It is not what wo eat that coats, it is whnt you wear, lamexvts the average husband, hut in all this dia tribo against the high cost of living, a glimmer of hope is appearing in the darkness l'or tho American husband, and thon, prob ably, fur tho Britisher, too. Tho wear ing of hats, boots, and stockings mado of aluminium is to bo made compulsoo* . by Congress. Alan, tho head of tho family, is to ho released from some of tho bills that eomo in ovcry month to saddon his life. Somen.io has discovered that these me tal hats can bo mado for a minimum price. f The great vahio of this metal when used for feminino garments js that it never wears out. This may seom a di&advautngo to the woman -who chan ges her gowns ten times a day and her- . hats ovory timo she ch...

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