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MOUNT WILLS TIN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 January 1914
MOUNT WILLS TIN |BR NORMAN BULGY, A.S.M.B.] $ Tin mining 0'en Wills is still I quiet, yob the terra w havo entered t upon must witness^ groat advances. ; Odd had almost gained the impres jion of tho Glea as being a dead fluid for tia, bho day of prospering cvon having vanquished. During the fniBons tin boom, which attracted so njpoh Dttontion to tho looality, many Yfptnrea tailed, considerable isums ^pro expanded, nores of territory pjgK&lt;"l, »" 0D 0 markob valuo'of £80 p6r ton; bub with a quotation now nt jjjgO, niaoh of tho tin bearing ground should pny for winning and troat went* .. i A syndicate of four,Messrs M. Baker, D. Martin, T. Hague and T. Petersen bnvo partially- re-opened tho old workings of the Mount WiIIB South Company, and have fffeoted new developments. Tho loaso on which the mino is opening up is situated midway bobvvcon tho townships of Q|on Wills and Sunnyside, at tho bead of Wills Creek, with excellent ojtornl facilities for fuel, mining timbernnd wat'...
RURAL PRODUCERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 January 1914
RURAL PRODUCERS' UNION-' Gippdund Times ; For EOIIIO years now paid caavaBscrs have been em ployed to get Bubcriptions from mem bprj to tbo Rural Producers |Jaion on tbe statement that jo was pepessary to find funds to defend tbe producers' position in the Arbitration Court, When payments slackened off tbo canvossers set oat that) tho Rural Workers were goinfc to lake the Producers to courti (shortly to euforco tho extravagant Log that was made so much use of at) election time. Lo cally when t^P S'1'® branch of tho aBBociation woo being formed, it was urged by a local farmer that it) was a mistaka to form it; that if they formed an association and registered it>, the rural workers could at onco get them before tho Arbitration Court. Bis advice was to waib until law pro ceedings started, ant] thero would bn DO trouble ip rajainp enough ponoy to pay counsel well sod fiud witnoases to contest an unjust olaim. Tho money collected for paid officials was so much waste. One of (be lectu...
THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 January 1914
THE OMEO STANDARD. Wltli which 16 Incorporated tfie Omeo Telegraph. r-±-r FRIDAY, JANUAIiy teriotj. Casiilis, Gippslaod, 7t!i,-Returned work. Driving No. 6 lev>l fcj, towards Cercea ree/, 8"d sinking fthaft. Water at Coburcrg getting fllatyj, M A. Macarthur aod Co. will hold a ctoarjng eale at Hionomuujio Button on 2Utin»tant, on account of Mr J. W. Brumley. Thry tfill aleo hold a sheep and cattle sale at Pftieo on 291)1 ipef, Mr J. \V. Brumtoy reports that the rain fall at Hinnomuojio Btn'loa for Dcoombor wsa 101 pointB. The totsl for tho twelre months was 23.4Gin. Ia about on lionr, just at about tho time wliou people woro Bitting down to their dinner £1£0,000 worth of dotnogo was caused by a fire at Prahran on Sunday. Tho purchasers of Unsay Station arc Messrs 0. M'Cullngh, of Stawoll, A. M. Foster, of Boisdale, and Q, D. Footer, of Tasmania. Mr M'Cullngh is at present in residence at tho station. Under instructions from the Main Bonds Board, Mr Wilson, tho ohlro otiglncor, ha...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. SOUTH AFRICAN LABOR. GENERAL STRIKE DEOLARED. MELBOURNE. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 January 1914
LATEST TELEGRAMS. [BNIJM oun COIIREBPONDENTJ, SOUTH. AFRICAN LABOR. GENERAL STRIKE DEOLARHD. MELBOUIINE. THUHSDAT, Thp Trndos Federation, by * majo rity of filter to ODD, boa deolufed c Rcnornl. s.lriko in tho Transvaal ond OrniiRo ttiver Colony, and lb is ex peotcd tiiub Oopo Co'ony mill follow suit. The government has isatjed proclamation Instituting martial law in tbo Transvaal, Orange River and Natal, and it is understood that the m\pera intend ceasing work to-dny. Tboro aro 70,000 men under arms in tho CUi/.Jti Dofi-nco Force, and many dynamite outrages have alroudy bean attempted. Serious fights between tho strikers Rod tho polioo appoir to bo inevitable. Tho president of tbo Bilkers' Society has anuounced thab no bread will ba dolivored except on a permit) signed by himsolf, and nono will bo delivered at nil to mombors of parliament, tho defonco foroos or tho police.
MARKETING HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
MARKETING HONEY. Bookeopors as a olass aro an intel ligent and well-read unit of the com munity. Tbev know most things about the production of honey, and readily adopt improved methods of working. "When it- comes to the mar keting ^of their product, however, they do not give evideneo of the same bright up-to-dateness. Vory few of them weigh their honey before sending it to tlio agents for sale, or put any reserve price on it. They fill the tin nearly up to tho top, solder it down, or put jn a serow cap, and send it along, and trust to luck or the honesty of the agent for tho returns they may got. This is not business, and it is tip'- a sensible thing to do. No ordinary business man can pursue those moth jria and land anywhere else than it* tho insolvency Court. Every pro Jucor should weigh hip honey. A so nf assies that will weigh up to 2-10 lb ian bo purchased for 25/. It is not »-ery mneli trouble to put tho scales jnder tap and to nearly fill the cin, keeping a jug of honey handy...
SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
SEKVIOE. Tha word that stnmla nfc tho ccntre of what has U) ho doiio is a very into' nsting word indeed. It has fiithorta boon .supposed to bo a word of charity, a word of philanthropy. This word is "service.Tiio one thing tlint the business mou of tho United State Si) " uow discovering, souio of thein ior therusolvos, and some ^ by suggestion, is that thoy arc not going to bo allow ed to make auv money except tor » quid pro quo; flint they must render a service or Rot nothing, and that in tho regulation of business tho Government must determine whether what thoy are doing is a service or not. Everything is business, and politics will bo reduced to that standard. Tho question is, "Aro you giving anything to society when you want to t-ako something out of society?" A large part- too large a part-of tho fortune-making of re cent decades has consisted in getting somothing for nothing. 1 do not in cludo brains in the category of ''noth ing." A man is entitled to the earn ings of his bra...
MODERN CHIVALRY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
MODERN CHIVALRY. Tho word "chivalry" has no mean ing in the industrial world. Tiio wo men who enjoy the chivalry of men are few, those who need justice aro manyj and it is obviously unfair that tiio many should suffer for tho advan tage of the few. Truo chivalry is extremely rare, and thero has never heen enough of it in the world to make it worth- while to give up rights for its sake. Tho man who opens the doo/ i'or his wifo, and makes his income from sweated women's labor is polite. The brother who carries his Bister's parcels yet does nothing to prevent other wo men 'from* tarrying hack-breaking loads in tho brickfields ha* good man ners. Tho man who escorts a girl homo at night yet can see unmoved tho ghastly parado of tho women men de mand for their pleasure is conventional They are none of thfm. chivalrous. and to call them so shows how far w© are from attributing to tho word its real meaning.
AN ERRING HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
AN ERRING HEART. Til© following conversation once took place between two Quakers: "Marlua. does thee love 1110?" aske&lt;l a Quaker youth of one at whose shrine his heart's holiest feelings had been offered up. ""Why, Seth," answered she, "we are commanded to love one another, are wo not?" "Ah. Martha, but doe- then regard me with the feeling the world calls lovo?" "I hardlv know what in tell thee. Sett. I have greatly team! that ni.v heart is an erring one. T have tried to bestow inv lovo on all. hut I ma* have sometimes thought perhaps that thee wafi getting nmri» th:«n Miv shnro.
The Biggest Job on Earth. RUNNING THE U.S.A. AS A BUSINESS PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
The Biggest Job on fcarth. ltU'NNING TI113 U.S.A. AS BUSINESS PROPOSITION. Under the above attractive title, W, It«y«rd hdo gives in a mcnt nuS: J .ot tho "World's Work" as lino a bird B-eyo view of tlio oompa-sg of fc1 t'ntorPr"'0- and tho scope Ot its Government, as any plain man m !,0 street could ask for. P LiZn U.ut"dSstXs-y °f tl10 gro,rth "f fc,'° J "III 1850, when Woodrow Wilson was born, the l/uitcd States woro ' ! Vu to"&lt;J"y U'L'y uro t'orty ££ t -I rntvo, P'M'Si.'iSed no outly Pmin01!) °ry;i 1°-&lt;1&lt;ly. »'0 liavo Alaska, . Mw i»I r"'- l'anaina Canal Zone, . t»» Philippines, Guam, Hawaii and Uio lunula Island-moro than bOOO jshmds Our population then was ; -ft! millions; now it is iio millions . J0U-'i t,uV tuU'UI>' I'h.«w,.sod I ! "oit nm tjL'S ° n"'n»ids; to-day ~dU,OUU. liien, not a telegraph in i Kti mnent clicked, not a tolophono boll i United si ?at ,tW U'u 1,uol,le of «>o d.d ? . st)u1"' SuVun '"'Hion f Aor Postage swnps; this yo...
INVISIBLY DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
INVISIBLY DRUNK. Mr. Borden lias been telling an anec dote concerning two "brither Scots.'* who used to foregather in a "dry' district, each bringing with him a portable spring of comfort in the Miape of a bottle of whisky. . On© .of them was asked one day by a "third imrty" whether the other. Jock Anderson, did not, get a little drunk sometimes. "Drunkl" was the reply. "Man. the last time I was with hini Jock got that drunk I couldn't see him."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
ywH '*:?$$ MN F@@U For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, 5llSgI Headache, Indigestion. Fj M u & COA/S/Gft/ YOUR PRODUCE DALGETY & CO. LTD., NEWMARKET, WOOL., GRAIN, &lt;& PRODUCE BRQKt~hs3. STOOK AMD STATION AGENTS. CUPS II srE&MUTV When dealred Clips are Rcelassed by Experts at a total coit or inMi penny per lb. All Produce carefully Valued by Experts prior lo *>-? I Gllentn jrlvon cliolce of any Markot SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS For the Sale of LAND, STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW &Kin« HIDES. FURS. BUTTER ar.d DAIRY PRODUCE . Qulbell's Sheep Dip. AfirNTa urai Kcmp'n Patent Sheep Branding Llq_.N CUIl . Wormo speciTlco Sheep Drench. © Nobel's Glasgow Explosives and Chllwortn Kmaeta, O'rifSov, FSouLjrlteo t»vi. T|| p TOES WOOL WAREHOUSES,. 573 to 579 C0LLIN5 STREET, MELBOURNE. AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. UBEItAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Sale in Melbourne or Shipment to London. The Co...
HIS ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
HIS ANSWER, An irishman was sitting in a rail way station smoking when a womaf came, and sitting down beside him, r». marked: "Sir, if you were a gentleman you would not smoke here." "Mum." lie said, "if you were a lad; ye'd sit farther-away." Pretty soon the woman burst out Q^ain: "If you were my husbaud I'd gi*v you poison." "Well, mum," returned the Irish man, as he'puffed away at his pipe, "if you were my wife I'd take it."
WHAT MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
T MANURE. ^ Tito p'oblem will require a separate m vii Ki&lt; g vUU uu i ach ew^s of tioiln. Koughly, wo mar thus divide our soila and their requireinems; - First, tlio clays, deficient in limestone. The^o soils ncov varbouate of limo. ami aro benefited by phosphorus ami mnnuro.s. Thoy rarely call for potassium. Second, clays having enough carbonato of limo already in their composition. Thoso aro our natural grass lands and nre easiest made to grow good grasses. Thoy respond to applications of phos phorus and sprinklings of manures. In our climato wo uso up hunnm faster than they do iu England, and so nn.w sort of vegetable mat-tor laid over the land is of great uso, oven to food corn stalks and lot them lio to decay will help grass ou theso heavy clays. On these limestone clays phosphorus and nitrogen aro the deficient elements, but if tho phosphorus is supplied common ly clovers will come in. or may be in vited in, and will supply the nitrogen. Hero ono &lt;\ u!d u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
tSoit fliid Treatment: On retiring, soak the hanil; in JigL water and Cuticura Soap. Dry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment, and wear soft bandages or old loose gloves during the night. AilUrwi Ji, Tow sroushout ,. okll) tttul APPLICATIONS EOR GOLD MINING LEASES. HINTS FOlt APPLICANTS. Proceedings to bo observed when ap plying tor a Lease L. ISruct posts (these are uot rcquirod to bo painted) at leant throoinches«quaroe and not tlmu throe fout'above (ho ground, with a metal plate having painted '.heroon iho words Applied tor Lease," the auto of marking out, ami iho nanio of tho applicant, or (it more than two) tho names ol the lirst two appliountH, and in ca«» tvhero only a part of tho surfaco is eqmrod the same should, bo marked out by posts painted red, al least two foot boe 'he sarfaeo. Those provisions being complied with | the land iu seenrod until tho Govomor-in council grants or refuses tho application, I and tlio applicant is required to do tho I following things within ten days...
PARIS SHOP-[?] SWING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
PARIS SriGP-S.di'io SWING. Parisian idcns ol mercantile ad"cr tisins go buck to the Middle Am*, when tliero were no show vin'o n anil no reading public, anil 11»? !i i li'; of progreaaiveness was e/i-Tc-.KM! in a golden symbol of the tra'.l-'i'.ii.au hg outsido the liouso whersin he 1 i. c.' and traded. In the old streets yo'.i can find many of the ancient :;ien&lt;; yet., and modern examples beside.-). Til.: mV-y old signs are few and far but walks in the histoid" (i'.:ai", c>:; bring you to tliem and warm yc-.r heart with their night. . These are survivals from a ti ..o long forgotten, but modern I'ariH ha; delightful parallels. Nor are the/ m tirely devoid of historic interest of their own. for the cafe on the I l.ico do la Bastille known an "'lln (:r. non of the Bastille " has I i to. _c associations surely. Evrn the gi"a'. tin cannon which surmounts it ;;vi. s ? covered red terrace is the re. li- r. ci one used "by the populate iin sio::u ing the Bnstille, and the v....
MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter.-Superfine Westerns and ;i few other choicest brands, Hid; other choice, ll:id; prime, lid; medium to goody lOd to lOJd; and poor quality, IJJd. Priino private dairy and separa tor buttor is quoted at 9d to 9}d, and storekeepers' mixed lots, 7}d to 8d. .Cheese.-Good to priino new (large sized) cheese is quoted at 5d to 5id, ioaf-sized 5Jd to 5Jd, special brand* oild, and occasionally up to Gd. Semi matured is in fair request at (ijd to 7d, while mild mellow-matured is selling steadily at Sd to 8Jd, and occasionally up to 9d. Bacon and Hams.-Good to prime light sides aro quoted at 9}d to lOd. special cures distributing at up to 1/, medium weights 9d to 9$d, heavy from 7$d, jackets 7d to 8d, shoulders Gd to 7d. Hams aro rather quiet, the demand being only for choicest brands. Prime bagged aro quoted at 1/2 to 1/3, light at 1/1 to 1 /I}, aiuV lieayy weignt unbagged at lid to If.. . Lard.-Prime bulk is quoted at &lt;>l&lt;i to 7...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914
NEWS SUMMARY. £15,000 worth of damago was dono by a lire in a Sydney timber yard. Tho strike ok printers and linotype operators in Tasmania lias ended, and tho men have gone back to work tho terms offered by tho employers. No fewer than 12&) notices of motion appear on tho agenda-paper for the 'JSth annual conferonco of tho Austra lian Workers'^ Union, which' wfll to opened in Sydney on January 28. Tho latest oflioiat ostiiuato ot' the Queensland sugar crop for 1913 shows a total of 2*11,'190 tons (at JM N.T.), . against 113,060 tons for tho provious season. As protest against an imperfect In come Tax Act a meeting of business mon held at Sydney decided not to furnish returns or pay tho tax until a fairer system is introduced. A. firu broko out on tho steamer Somerset, when nino planks, each D m. wj&lt;b> 3 .;n- thick, 'yoro burned through/ ftunatrly, the outbreak [ was di&cuvorcd beioro any further dam. j ugo was dono. I Gcorgo Gray on Tuesday j-.corod '2...