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THE ROMANCE OF RUBBER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 June 1914

THE ROMANCE OF RUBBER, ftince t)m famous boom of a couple of years ago, when everybody was putting; his surplus cash on the product of the hevea tree, buying and selling shares in wonderful plantations somewhere in the Tro pics. rubber has been forgotten by the genei'al public. But it will again monopolise pub lic interest one of these days, when the fight that i,s pijcutly progress ing between tho wild rubber of tho Apia/on and thy cultivated rubber of the lOaytcrn Tropics comes to i an issue. Few people, who 'merely look on rubber as' at once a useful every day article and a good investment, ever realise that it is one of thu newest as well us the oldest of for est products. Fifteenth century Spaniards used to make unromun tic-looktng hidalgos of themselves in waterproof gannents jiuulc fron) rubber aap in Old Mexico. Vet it is only about a dozen years ago that the seedlings surreptitiously brought /roii) Xb'azi), coaxed into growing under glass at l\ew (Jar? dens, and afterwards ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dropped On by Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

Dropped On by Accident. Some of the most celebrated dis coveries in tho world of sca-nce and art have boon the result, of a happy accident. The worker, striv ing earnestly for one tiling, finds that, white failing in his original quest, he lias obtained another and far inuro wonderful one. Tho discovery of steam was one of these "happenings," as wo all know. The boy Walt, always thoughtful awl planning, sat one day by his mother's kitchen Ore. I here was the tea-kettle swinging from its hook, and ««* tho water grew hot, it began (o hoil, and the steam violently lifted tlie kettle lid. As it rose and fell, and tho hoy's eyes followed the motion, his brain was /ired with the thought, "If this small pulY of steam can move the iron lid, why should not a larger amount move a larger object ?" anc the whole subject of. steam naviga tion was lhero in a nutshell. Tho quick wit of a woman dis covered tho strange force now known as galvanism. The wife of a cele brated savant, (lalvani, of Bolo...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. A pretty twclvc-ycar-okt girl, named Julia Connors, missed trom her homo for fifteen hours, lins been found dy 'n a large soap-box on vacant land in Now York, with her brown hair cut off, and her body stabbed in forty-one places. Tho police discover ed she lmd been lured into an empty flat, which disclosed evidences of a struggle. Three men have been ar rested 011 suspicion. Flats in which tho liirth of a baby frees tho tenant from a quarter's rent nre the latest experiment in work men's housing in Paris, where t0 stay the dwindling of the nation large families are to be encouraged. Ths new flats consist of two, three, or lour rooms, at rents respectively ?CIO, .CIS, and .C1G ,a year. The pro fits will go to the '"maternal can teen" of the district, whore mothers nursing babies will get luncheon ami dinner grahis. A golden-haired girt of eighteen, Yyonnc Berthelier,. has been acquitted by the Seine .Assize jury of a murder chargc to which she con fessed. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

tWhcn you hurt yourself youi ml naturally flios to tho placo to b it. That is instinct - Natur« owing the , way. Tho " way' self is to rub with Zam-Buk, bo uiae this is a puro healing balin rco from the rancid animal a fata nincral poisons, and turpontim :ound in common ointments and ambrocations-also becauso boing ppmpoecd of tho rclined balsami fcom certain rare herbs it is easilj absorbed. It is uoolbiny, Imalint; and antiseptic, It heals bruises cuts.. burns, scalds, sprains, cold soros. oczoma, &c., and is valued ocjually by tho housowifo and tU( athloto for expelling pain. O/ull di.misti mill iloru at I/O ]nf 60-; /umilK ittl (aiarty/our times thi qwniiti/h or dtnoi/vr j&iftj W**ca fty(n hifZwMVH .* Started on Nose, Features Unrec ognisable. Could Not Rest for Itching and Burning. Used Cu ticura Remedies. No Return. < "nayle," Ilelmont lid., Mosniau, X.S.W. -"A Hlcin trouble llr.stHtarled on thnsidoof my noso and quickly spread over my faco and head,...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO PLAINS. THE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

OMEO PliAJNS. Fnoa Dim UOIIUKSPONDKNT,] TIIJ3 QUN OLUl), The second meet) of tho Benambra Gun Olub took place on Wednesday afternoon, 3rd inst. Nets had beon ordered by I ho club, but owing to their noli nrriv.il tlin supply of birds wat not so plentiful as had berni anticipated, only fifty or Eixty being n vat 1 n b)o. Nevertheless, tlin nino nr ten shooters miri'iged to got a f.,ir amount of sport out of tin' afternoon's shooting, as ra'osti "f ilin birds worn exceptionally active. Tli" nets having now oomo to li and, id ia oxpeotod that th"r<i will b» a cnod supply of birds for tlin imxt meet, wiii'jh will tako placo on \V, <1 iif.nl »y, 'bi' 17th. On tlin evening "f that (lay, 11 etichro party will hr I,., i) in tlio b ill, Procmls in aid of t||>- cliib's fundi". Tin! »f tornonn's -li (i my 'nok thn forin of 11 sweep sr.ike, for which tlio following wore llui r.-uit-: H. mid A. Bot.'a and J. W. VV«<' (ltvid»d tlin priz-T monr>v with 3 l( im...

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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE Saturday, June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

MAlUUiTlS AM' SALKS QIPP8LAN1) 8T0UK lUCPOUTs BAIBNSl)AJ,E. Saturday. Junu H. MEsans) A. MAOAUTUUH AHD CO. report i Fut Cattle-Largo yatding, bidding* wero druggj' and pricou eaaiur. \Vo Bold oow« to £|2, Imlioulm £13 ll)d. Storo Cattle-^mall yarding, buyers koea and pricoa firm. Pigft -20 pinned and all aold at Uto high rates Sheep-Fair yarding, guod dunimi for all chtmi*a. Wo uold fut wothom £1 4t, etoru IqjiiIjj Gd, merino cweB 12*.

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THE MANAGEMENT OF YOUNG PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

THE MANAGEMENT OF YOUNG PIGS. Our views as lo what woight a pig should roach vary enormously. A friend of my own, oiieo a woll-known iierk shiro breeder, mado his pigs into ba eoners in about thirty weeks or into porkers in sixtoen weeks, but I do not think that in theso later days ho would bo satisfied with tho results, for months is a long poriod to feed a youngster for pruno meat, whereas it tho meat wero too heavy the rcduced price would, remove all the incentive. A porker pig should pay very well in sixteen weeks and not be too fat, as just ns in tho case of tho baconer th>; lets down tho price. Another onco famous breeder friend fod liis pigs until his hams scaled 20lb each, but theso wero only seven months old, yet they art'ord 4in excellent idea as to tho gross weight of tlio caroase. Tim curer of bi.eon requires not only loan meat, but small meat, lionco tho weight of a bacon pig should not ex ceed 110 to 160 lb., and it is precisely such meat which obtains tho best pric...

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NO MORE INDIGESTION. WONDERS ACHIEVED BY NEWPRODUOT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

NO MORK INDIGESTION, WONDERS ACHIEVED HEWPRODUOT. la acoiriB reasonable to Huppose tlinD ill n shore timo there will he no moro indigestion or dy-p-p-i The old Biylo " dii>i'ntiV"s " huuIi '.> bisiuuLti, ptptine, ch>irco-.l, sod*, eto, which after all ure only ti-||i{iiir*iy III their effcotft, are rnptilly beO'iimit; discarded ill fnour of eiinp .. .intioid, known to ohemiHis iib bisu ratal iQHgnetiia, with the result iba pliyHaiunn uro buipg palled upon to f>'V<-r oasen of utoniach trouble tlilj.ii iv.r before. Tliii ia nob so veiy ?surprising whin it> is temeinbered that, according to available statistics, over ninety per cent, of all mimiaoh troubles am due to oonJiiy. Biuu ratid lnigneisU mey readily be ob tained from any chi-niim. aO a Htutll oosf, and halfrii toaspoonful ta|ieij In little water after meals will iuiuie: diately neutralise all harmful aoida in the stomaoh, prevent) fermencmioD, and thus render the food etttty of digestion.

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HANDLING CANADA'S WHEAT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

HANDLING CANADA'S WHEAT CROP. Couditioiis (says "Tiio Sydney Stock and Station Journal") have never been so good for handling tho Canadian fj;r;iin crop at the head of tho Lakes. By tho eio.su of navigation there will bo no liis tluin -10,000,000 bushels stor age capacity at Fort Williams and Port Arthur, U'hioll is 12,000,000 bush els more than lust year. Tho new Government-owned elevator is now completed, and tho machinery will bo ready to handle its sharo of tho com ing season's crop. It has a capacity of three-quarters of a million bushels in tho workhouse and two and a liaJi millions in tho storage bins. In fact, there is room for elevator spaco of some 30,000,000 bushels. ' In addition to tho Government elevator, tho Can adian P.R-ifie Haihvay, Grand Trunk Pacific, and Canadian Northern, to gether with tiio Fort William Eloator Company, and olh'r concerns, are erecting new buildings, bo that tho total increase in storage i'aoilities this year will bo about 1'2,000,000 bushels....

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M.U.I.O.O.F BAIRNSDALE DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

M- IJ I 0-0 F BAIRNSDALI5 DISTRICT Tin' half-ymirly lniwMngof 'li>- B-t'n« dale DiJ'.rii!', «.f Hi" M.U..I.O.O.F was held it. I.ln' M.U H ill; U (in J utie 3. There «'t re pi'Nrn . DP G.M. G H. I'WIrr, P."v. c.S. F. I5ilSt.Wli|lll, "III! Ill" follll W1 l|i» (|.- . gates: Mitchell Indgii, P.G R. M.ik, P.O. A. Prat', P.G K J. YVillm,,,,; Tain ho, P.G. A Horn, P.U. A. Shep herd ; Lindeniiw, P.O. D. Martin, P.O. A. Buntine; Orluist, P.U A. K>i*r,.a Apologies were read from t.lw Pniv, G.M.| who had removed tn Ounper down, mid from tin; Omen, ChsmIih mid Glen Wills lodgee. DP.G.SI. David William* t0"|t >1... Prov. G.M. chriir, and P.P.G ,\1. W H. Cumhridgu win given u sent at Up right of the Prov. G.M. The report) of the G.M. showed Unit, tho district wus continuing to guiri strength, tho funds showing n hhIi sbantiil increase, the gross total being £18,201 10' Id, or an increase for the year of £817 8 . The total expendi ture wus £2201 3s GJ. The average worth per member was sta...

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COOKING AND FORTUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

COOKING AND FORTUNES. It pays as well, porhaps bottor, nowadays to bo a groat oulinary ar tist than a great paintor. M. ICscof fior, tho famous Carlton chof, _ lias been ongacgd to eoolc for theo Kaiser 011 a liner at a feo tliafc an It. A. would jump at if tho Kaisor offered it to him for painting a picturo. 51. Cedard, tho King's cliof, io paid £2000 a year, and M. Menager, liis predecessor in oflk'o, who retired on King George's asconsion, oould liavo gono, if ho liked, to America, on a much bigger salary. A chof at ono of tho groat West end clubs retired a conplo of years ago worth, it is stated, £100,000. This particular cliof did a littlo in tho monoy-londiiig lino, and found a good olientelo ready to his hand among the members of tho club. For probato purposes tho 'citato of tho Into Mrs. Amuo Quaylo .'o'vno-'d, who died at Christchurch j^W.Z I ui Slay 10, was sworn at boing i>iider £800,000, but when tile acco "its uro fu'ly made up it is expected ilmi tho value will bo a...

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SUNNYSIDE. DIPTHERIA OUTBREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

SUJLNYS1DE. [FUOJI OUK UoiinKSI'ONDENT,'] DU'irniKlilA OUTIIKGAK. A puViilc inei'bing wna hold ab tho Muuot Willn hotol uu Svttnd^y niyht. ?lu uutiaidiM* tho bjsab wiiy uf oombitinvj tin* umbruMc uf diphtlicrin, Mr 0, Lumr taring voted to tho chair. Mf White4, out* lucul tchoolmiistt'r, w«b olooti!(l iPoruUry, and after consider itblo diycu^iiiu it wua duciued t-hnt. h» OiMiitnuiiiuilu with tho licitth nftjo-r Hiiti his udvicn on tho . further mooting tu bo hold 'ml- .; am I» ii. Mouiwhilo, tho rcnid'-uwh* t iho ouibri*»k li»a occurred with k> 1)(. (islcott to inoluto tliuir childron HIM] thtMnstrivpH from tho K«n«ral public, <u\ fir I»h possible, until th«' hvji h H boon otum^od ou\ MININ'O. Thn Au'iopo triJ»u it* crunlwil 141 tons for 110 7. of sim-ib-d uo'H.

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PORK PRODUCTION CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

PORK PRODUCTION CONTEST. The North .Dakota pork production con teat was carried on by 280 boys and girls, Euuli ono led and cured ior a utter of pigs, lo see who could pro duce tho most pork in tho least tiuio and tho most economically. TJio contest was won by Cltnrlca Itus soll, of iJottinead. iio produced 2003 lbs of pork from ono litter in 203 days, at a cost of a littio less than lid a lb. Tho BOW was a Yorkshire, numbor in litter, 14; number raised, 14; totai cost of food fed, £10/12/; profit, \>n pork at 3d, £18/4/ lor tho litter. Nmoty-four qualified for finals on tho 20tn November. Thomas Cooper, Diroctor of tho North Dakota Uixporimont fetation, in planning tho contest, gave out tho fol lowing conditions:-'J no litter from ono how ; no enir.V) nUvwed wiioro sow larrowed later man loth June; to be fed and eared for by a boy or girl, 10 to 18 years of ago; mommy reports to bo sunt in of foud fod; contest to close 20th November, Tins moans maivjiig tho pork boforo cold weat...

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MOUNT WILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

MOUNT WILLS. Tlia compotilion between Sunny-^idi' and Glen Wills is in full swiMg, Pivh matches have been played, und tin result places the Gleu in ibe lend, that team winning three matches ana losing t»o. Thirteen matches arc m bo plnyid, and the remaining ui|<lii will afford tbe public tin interBating strujjulu for supremacy between two Hvenlfrhiilaiiced teams, "Acroaa tlia Aljia to Omuo." Ouo of tliu bi'st fjuiile books imblUhcd in Victoria, At all eturca and BtalinniirH.0"

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CO-OPERATIVE CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

CO-OPERATIVE CHARITY. It is nob offcon tliab oharitablo insti tutions aro able to pay their own way and have proiits bo expend upon the beneficiaries. There is such an insti tution in Italy called tho Lubpratoriu dolla Consolata. This was started by souio charitable ladios to rescuo work ing girls from tho temptations of fac tory lifo and to savo them from being sweated. Appronbicos aro paid euougu to live on, and -women workers niako as much money as, if not moro than, il thoy wero employed by ordinary dress making establishments, says tho 'World's Work/ During tho dead seasons when girls employed in othor dressmaking places arc discharged tho Consolata girls aro still employed. Work is dono at lower prices, ladies bring odd pieces of mater ial to bo made up, and ovorything is dono to "keep things going." Thus, while every other dressmaker is oub of work in February and August, tho Con solata girls aro provided for. Also, tho working day is one hour shorter than that oi other workr...

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TAMBO VALLEY. BINDI V. SWIFT'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

TAMBO VALLEY. BJNDI V. SWIFF'S CREEIC. TIih (irut, tuiitcli uf tlio Rutinim fm iIibTUIIIIio Valley Fuollmll Aimioi.itimi was liuld ul Tuimio on " Siturdny, bnr,wncii Dindi mid Swifi'n Crm-lr. Ii was u (jDiiil uf'cniiiim'H up irt>, ilii-1>>IIII bniiii> very kvimi riuhr. through "nil wijii hy Bindi only in ilie lam f»w ininini'H, ihi! fmul twiri'-i liHing : Bimli 9.9; Swifi.V Gri'flr 9.7. P. M'C,y Hindu ii v. ly i llioinin umpire. Km- Hindi, J Y'ipp, A. Yipp, Carroll, Hollands uud IS. Y»pp p''iyi d null, mid for tlio Croelc, D. Smdy w.-m the liesf man nu f.Iin groond, and it. Quinn, J. Uaylis, Jouoa and O'iirieu did good work.

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BIDDY THE HEN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

BIDDY THE HEN. Tho lost ogg-'-muru plainly, tho b.u; ogg-coats tho family circle of tho United States over200,000 an nually. Tliis loss is by 110 moans tho fault of Biddy, the hou, who doe.-; liar thrifty part to solvo Iho "high oost of living,'* laying yearly over £80,000,000 worth of oggs. Not a Uad ono doos sho lay. How tlum, do wo, lier beneficiaries, manago to deapoil ourselves of two iti overy twohv of tor cifts? -Biddys product is lu>pt Jjy tho far mor a week 01 two or muro b?foro it gote to tho country storo, whero it abides anothei several wveks before shipment to tli'J city commission mer chant. From tho retailer, in duo or unduo season, Bjddy's eggs reach tho ooiisumor's pantry or ico-box, ami thoneo oppoar by relays oil his table. Now, hero is a problem of delays which Biddy cannot solve, and it is up to ua nioro mortals to do it. Everybody can help a little, and evoiybody who helps a liltlo is doing a public service -helping to focd our big family. No loss an agent t...

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WORTH A SECOND THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

WORTH A SECOND THOUGHT. The chronic borrower is a neighbor hood nuisance. Tho host bosscB uro frequently tho poorest workors. . Prosperity has boon tho rumntion ot nifwiy & in&Uj- . , . If you mURi ciivry ft ariovnuco around with sou, keep it to yourself. Ignorance is not bliss when you nro i" the hands of a sharper. If vour wifo is ft good cook don b for got to toll her so. Sho deserves the '*f Tho '»»n wll° ku< l>s lho corners ( of his mouth turned up is a publio bo»o ^Tho clock novor complains of being overworked, and it puis iu every min ute, tool ,. j ,i If tho reins are drawn too tightly tho young folks nro liablo to run away fr°llecan«>0'a coupl<\ aro fine-looking is K(, \buy wrl-feet alo.ig !mo onto t hoy nro marriod. Many a cow kioks becauso that is tlm only wny sho can toll you that something is wrong. , If it becomes necessary to destroy tho littlo kittens, don't lot tho children seo you do it. . . . It's quoor how many men liav...

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BARONESS WHO SINGS FOR SIX SHILLINGS A NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

BARONESS WHO SINGS FOR SIX SHILLINGS A NIGHT. It. is slated that a Hungarian baron ess, tho nicco of tlio Austro-Hungary Ambassador to Berlin, is singing Hun garian songs with her husband in a night cafo for 6/ an evening. Sho is t ho [inionoss Melissa Tomary, who comes from a. Hungarian noblo family, ,nul i$ t.hirty-1'ivo years of ago. in ?former years sho played an important .rolo in society, whero sho was noted for her beauty and hor wit. She first married liela Szontmiklossy, a baritono smger, and after his death went to Berlin, whore a wealthy Polish Count desired to marry hor, but was prevented by bis family. Going to Russia, sho married in Tiflis her present husband, M. Moizatv, a former gymnu siiim professor, who loft his post Mid heoame her instrumentalist, accompany ing hor on tho violin. A longthy en gagement in Tehorii.t followed, and then ino pair returned to JJorlin. .-'York jshiro Lvoning Post.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

Commonwealth Jg||a3Bank of Buetvatfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY till Buik ii open for all oluiu of GENERAL BANKING) BUSINESS** EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Aloo at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, IJrlsbaiie, Rockhampton, Townstilla, and London Oablo remittance! made Co, and draft* du«a on foreign }>lacos direct Foreign bills nogotlaUd aid oolleoted. Letters of credit fouied to any part of the world. Bllli negotiated or forwarded for oolleotiOQ. Banking and Kxuhange Buiinesj of evory description tramaoted within the Common* Wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current account* opeued. Intereit paid on fixed dipoilte. Adranoee made agatnet approved eeourltle*. SAVINGS SANK DEPARTMENT Vlotorlan Oontrul OfHcOl 817 OOLLIN8 STREET, MELBOURNE, Bruohei In the abore cities and 2,000 Acsnoleo at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/* to &800* Intorost at 3% por annum. Deposits op Withdrawals seay be mad* at any Brauch or Agency within the Comm...

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