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QUITE TIME, TOO. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

QUITE TIME, TOO. 4Halloa, Paddy, how is it you're not working at jour job just now?" "Oi struck." ''"What did 3*ou strike for?" "Well, it was loike this. Wan wake ago cum to-morrow nighvt Oi was put .to wurrk amongst a gang av Oitalians, all bilerraakers loiko jueself. "Well, begorra, ivery mother's son av the Dagoes ate about n half-dozen big; anyans ivery dinner, and all the rist av ihe day tho odour av them anyans got inta mo eyes, BO that instead of driving bolts Oi'd be thiunpin' me lin gers. ''Well, tho climax came wan after noon whin me eyes wc-re that full nv wator that, instead av puttin' a boJt I in a hole, Oi put mo finger in, an' the | fellow on tho inside av the biler put a j washer over the hid av it an' hit it jsieli a clip, begorra, that tlioy had to [ take the biler apart ta git the .hole away from around me finger, it was .thin Oi struck." ! Tommy: "I don't want you to wash i my face." Grandma: "Why, I'vo ! washed my face three times a day ever sinco I was a little...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL NOTES. OMEO DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES O.MEO DISTRICT. A meeting of delegate* of tho Otneo Didtricb association was held at Omeu on WftJrfSsdny evening Oineo, O'jasilis uri'l Bentmbn* being represented, Mr \V\ C. Greenwood occupying the chair. A permit wu> granted to T. M'Na marrt, Cubuiiiiffj, t(J play with O;noo. A motion to luvo Cobuugra included within the Omoo radius wus held over until next meeting. lo wns decided to extend the competition for nil exira fortnight on account of tho Upao of two ui itches canned by tho outbreak of diphtheria. Tim next match will bo played between Omoo und Cassilis at Omen, 011 the 20oli inn', lo wuh decided that no player be allowed to play with mora thin one club durinu (lie season, mid any player rlun^inu bin place of residence in tho dintriui and desiring to pUy with other th*o hit; own club must) gee n clearance from the club and a permit from the associa tion.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Teribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVXI. THE DAY AFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

| A SERIAL STORY BY u ANNA3ELGRAY. CHAPTER XVXI. THE DAY AX'TKIl. There was so much "eonsitcm incon sistency," in Colonel Stainer's charao ter-if we may use the term; ho was so strange a compound of varied con tradictions, that alter Lenoro had gain ed souie Mst- by sleep, s-he refused to accept- the ukase he had pronounced against her. It had been spoken, ot course, in a moment of irritation - of petulant caprice, caused by worry. He never meant to sentence her. The good and evil qualities of his mind were so .curiously blended, that tho good was sometimes in the ascendant. Why sliouid it nol he so now-* His la's - hood, fickleness, and seltishne.^ m.i>t be globed over. She must still sub mit to that- fascination and sorcery, against which, morally shaking, her soul rebelled, because she loved him too tonderly to be thrust from his prese:.ce, and survive it. {He on his part had, however, never faltered in his resolve, and the fact that tliere were duns, more summonses, more warr...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK. CASES LESSENING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

MPHTHISIUA OUTBREAK. CASES LESSENING. For a fow dvys at 'ho ond of laub wuidc the number of c\fea of diph theria or 8U8fT"0»N arriving from Cat eilin every "div for troumont) ao ihe Oiut'o Hojpi'al witii ho al irmin^ that io w«a f»Mir«'d they would soon exceed any poaniblo uc::otmnod vtioa thntcould bo provided for thmu. Alto^'hor, 2G patient* lud to bo provided for, bub sinco thac tiiu'5 the number of frodh cases. Inn decreased, and thorn has been a steady weeding our> of suspects that) , did nob develop tho. disease, and cou'd uufely be allowed to leave the institution, HO that) up to yesterday afteruoon there were only IS puliimtB left*. Tho ne.sv infectious diseases ward in expected to bo finished thin week, so that if there id any recrudescence of the epidemic tho strain upon the hospital authorities to provide further sccomiuodation will not bo so gre*r. Io is fortunato thVi there has been a doiroise in the number of nu^pects a6 Chilis, for tho nurso thai WHS obtained for t...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

THE OMEQ STANDARD. With which Is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1S14. Woods' Great Peppermint Care, For Coughs ond Colds, never fails, Is Gd. R.Jihunnou, draper and importer, Omoo, notifies that Ills dressmaking department is now under the management ot Miss Keen. All orders awaiting will be attended to as soon us possible, ^ The Gippsland and Northern Co opera tive Selling Co. , Ltd» baa been uppoiuted the wholesale distributing agents for the Gippaland Co-operative Bacon Curing Co., Ltd,, Dandenong. Ask your grocer for Dandenong bacon,.** For Hronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint C«ro,la ("1. In another column is advertised for private n-ilo township proportieB ol Mti H. G. Marsden. who is about to leave the district. On Monday, King's Birthday, a loam of Henambra schoolboys oimo into Omeo to play a football match with ilic Omeo Hchool hov». Af'-or I\ good gamo Omco won by 5 :i to 3 fl. Mr L. f. Hurley was tho um pire,- ami so thu game was plsyod in goo...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. THE DISSOLUTIONS. PRIME MINISTER EXPLAINS. DATE OF ELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS' [FROM OUH COIUIKSPONDUNT]. THE DISSOLUTIONS. PRIME MINISTER EXPLAINS. DATE OF ELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. Whou t»hn federal hmi-ws mot yester day members of the Opposition in both Iiouhivj di-uiunded bhn production of the paper* in commotion with the c;rnntiug of the double dissolution. Tho Primn Minister, Mr Cook, de clined to produce the pipern, bur. in ide « statement] tlmt h« lt»ui ud vised th«< Governor General to dissolve tiu:h houses, boo.uis", as M present' composed, they were unworkable, Th<* (livi'mm General nought I h<« usMjr-ujoe »liuti .h»» HervicoH of the common W«mH h wuti.'d bo provided for, nnd upon Mr Cook s>ivim* thin Hsj'urunce Sir IlonMd Ker t;UMon nodded to the request. Mr Cook inum»ted tlmt tho elections would probably rdce pi»c» on S^p'em ber 5, tuid rhe prorojjui iou would Mien fore tf»ki> place nbouti July 20.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SHOULD SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SKOUJUiD SUCCESS. 1. Cultivato and- perfect your ideai Experiment. Tlio world is eager for something ntlv, which, liuwevor sim ple it may be, will suvo iubor, or ex pense, or do better. Lot it bo moro convenient, or promote pKuiburo leduoo wasto. People who handle things iu overy day uso aro tho natural inventors of bottor tilings, mid tho nnturnl cupitui ists of to-morrow. Koad the splendid advico tnat ifidisoii gives. Learn t'lo proceduro as to pa touting in tho chief oountrieB,-then secure your own legal monopoly tin your rights by beeomig a patentee. 2. if that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invuution, put him on tho trm about patonta by telling him ivhci bo can obtain tho "Inventors' Guido,' 3. For yourself, obtain this ''o'jk, wliioli t-ells what to invent, whore ut patent, how to sell patents, tho prn inventions Jiavo sold for, what prize hnvo boon olfored (iu cash) for inven tions, and what Edison advisos. ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE PUZZLED PARENT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

THE PUZZLED 1'AltENT. Paronts tiro frequently much exercis ed in tho endeavor to answer their chil dren's yuostions. Occasionally they wrigglo out of tho dilliculty us did Paterfamilias in tho following story "Fathor," said a boy, loouing up from ii book-"what is prido r"' "Prido!" roturned tho father. "Prido 1 Wily-a-ell, surely you know what 1'i'ido is? A sort of being stock up-a kind of-well, j>roud you know. J ust got the dictionary - that's tho thing to RIl you exactly what it is. There's nothing liko a dictionary, Johnny 1" "Here it is," said tho lad, after an exhausting search. " 'Prido-being proud.' " "Um-yes, that's it," replied tho father. "But " "Well, look nt 'proud' 1 That's tho way-you'vo got to hunt these tilings out, my boy." "I'vo got it,", answered Johnny "Pro-pri-pro-why " "What does if; say?" " 'Proud-having prido.' " "That's itl There you are, as clear as dayl X toll you, Johnny, there is nothing liko a good dictionary when you aro young. Tako caro of tho bin...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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An £800,000 Wedding Gift. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

An £800,000 Wadding Gift. The almighty dollar in very much in ovidnnco when the daughters of Am rican money kings nmrry, but it will doubtless 1)0 some time be fore the record prift of £.800,000 re ceived by Miss Schwab not long ago from h«»r brother, the President of the American Steel Trust, on her m.irriage to a prosperous towns man of .Johnstown, Pennsylvania, will be beati'n. At the same time, there have been equally remarkable gifts made by other millionaires to Iheir dnughters. There was Miss Louisa i'ierpont Morgan, who wed ded that fortunate young lawyer Mr. Satterlec, and received from her father not only bonds to the value of £200,000, but also a mansion on the banks of the Hudson Hivcr, and jewels which would have made Marie Antoinette green with envy. And then there was Miss Helen McLaughlin, who, when she married Dr. Alexander Carroll, not only re ceived a cheque for half a million dollars from her father, but, to quote the words of one reporter, "jewellery surticient ...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BAIRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

RAILWAY TiitlE TABLE. BAIRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE Each day, 2.25 p m ; arriving Melbourne 10.40 p.m. Mot niDg troina, Mouday, Thurs day and Saturday «t 5.40 a.m. ?> arriving Melbourne 1 SO p.m. MELBOURNE TO BAIRNSIJALE. . Ench duy at 7 52 a.m. ; arriving Bairns dale 3.25 p. in. Night truing, Monday, Wed nesday, Friday and Saturday, 4 HO p.m. ; arriving Bairn&dalu 12 minutes past mid night.

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GIGANTIC GUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

GIGANTIC GUNS. -f America, has chosen a new llin. gun, which weighs lifty tons, apart from the carriage, for coast defenc^. Thg l£in. weapon js good foi* pn|y seventy shots, whereas the new gun will stand nearly 2o0 before it is borne to the ."junk-pile." The projectile, which weighs 1,000 lb., and is 05in. long, is CO per cent, greater than that of the 12in. "filling,0 and the bigger weapon has 30 per cent. longer, range. The only disadvantage . is that the trajectory is more curved, and that the projee tilo has slightly less velocity. The carriage complete weighs 286 tons* It is of a new style, too, aud was just as much under test as the gun itself. The weight of all parts of the gun that move is 2(32 tons, and the weight of ttlj recoiling parts is 100 tons. After the projectile lias been rnm picd home, four hags of .smokeless powder, each weighing 8olb., are tucked snugly at the back of it, the breech is fastened, and then woe betide anything that gets in the way. Each, shot that...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

Clear out the Bunnies! A Good Stock of the Best Make of RABBIT TRAPS Has arrived and will be sold at a Reasonable Price for Cash. LANTHORNS, TRAP-SETTERS, FILES, ETC., IN STOCK. Telephone No. 8. DAVID EAKINS. Omeo Auctioneers' Notices. A. MACARTHUR & CO.. Cattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIPPSLAND AUCTION SALKS conducted in any i>art of Gippslaud,and at Omeo District when equired. Lette and Telegrams qulokly answered Auctioneer for the Firm A. N. MACAKTHUK, Who Conducts all Auction Sales and Superintends all Business of the Firm. District Rcix'^uQlaUve : E. M'MXLLAN, SWIFT'S OKEEIv W. H. GOGffiBES, Coachbuilcier and "Wheelwright. E N S A Y. ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE ON THE PREMISES. Vehicles Bought and Exchanged. .Estimates given for all classcs of Dwellings. Sideboakds, Duessers, SAFES, TASKS Made on the Premises. Address-NEAK ESSAY STOKE, ENS AY OMEO STUDIO 0» Get your Ptiotograptxy done Locally ENLARGEMENTS MADE, THE STUDIO is fully equip...

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Aviation Under Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

Aviation Under Fire. The Balkan campaign has proved very valuable to the science of avia tion. It has shown by one qoii« crelc example that tho mere fact of being struck by bullets and perfo rator does not signify irretrievable disaster for the airship. The Rus sian aviator, Efimoff, was engaged by Bulgaria to fly to Adrianople and throw down handbills in tho Turkish language; in which the Bul garians called on the population of Adrianople to surrender. He was only given an old apparatusl but he threw down the bills. *'At Fort Kar.ftgach I saw a considerable num ber of infantry men shootings to wards the sky with their rifles. I did not hear the shots, but when I noticed that four bullets had struck my apparatus J kne\y for whom the phots were meant. I did ngt loso my presence of mind, but flew on. AVhen tho gqnfl in tho forts fired shrapnel at me, and when the apparatus had been struck several times by fragments of projectiles, tho 3ituation became critical. Fortu* uately, only the...

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Frozen Alive and then Revived. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

Frozen Alive and then Revived. Professor . BakhmetiefT, of Moscow University, has proved that animals may be frozen alive and then re suscitated without the slightest ha rm. The first experiments were made with cold-blooded animals and in sects. Butterflies were enclosed in a vessel containing air at a tem perature of minus 23deg. centigrade. The body fluids immediately froze hard, all vital actions ceased, and, in ordinary phraseology, the butter flies were "frozen to death." Professor Bakhnietieff soon dis covered, however,, that by slow and careful warming they r.ould be re stored to life at any time before the body temperature had fallen ber low minus lOdeg. centigrade. Fur ther tests showed that when the re suscitation process was begun at a body temperature of minus 4ideg. centigrade, recovery was quickest and most complete. The next stage was the repitition of the experiment on warm-"bloaded animals and pi} mammals. Two hundred tests in all were made, and nearly all succeeded...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

Harrison, San Miguel PROP. CCEH MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HOUSE FUK Brewcrs, Aerated Water Knnnfacturerf. Hotel Keepers. Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on A! Articles used in the ahove trades. Note Address 304 PURSUERS STREET. { f.1EL8G'JF;f:E. -J IF you have tried a numbers of rem edies fop your com plaint and. failed to get any beneflt, DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there is still my system to try; and it has proved itself in 40 years' experience in treat ing every disease. " Where Ignorance it a Cn'rw, just publitheJ. You cennW afford to be without it. Price 6 J. Medicine tent post free, wrapped .ecurcly is plain wrapper. SWANSTON STREET, and adjoining Flinders-st. and Princes' Bridge Stations, MELBOURNE. Trams, Trains and Motor 'Buses to all parts. Every Accommodation; Lift, Night Porter. Moderate Tariff. Tel., 148 Cen. T. WHELAN, Proorictor (Late of Donaldk ffl Send for Our Free List containing Utiles and fixtures. GOLF CLUBS, GOLF BALLS, HOCKEY STICKS, LACROSSE RACQUE...

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As Good as a Goldmine. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

As Good as a Goldmine. I'rofessor Whllo estimates that no tower than 400,000,000 gas-mantles are used overy year, and us these; jas-mantles cunnot be manu[t\oUir(!^ without a substance named thorium the necessity for. obtaining a largo supply is obvious, Somo tlmo ago the jnnnufneturera were, indeed, at o, loss ta discover sufficient for their purpose. Their anxiety was ro tnoved quite unexpectedly when a strangor walked into the oflico of one of tho great Incandescent com panies and offered to 6ho\v where nil unlimited supply could be ob tained. He demanded £^00,000 for the in formation, and this sum tho com pany readily 'undertook to pay. Tlio directors were, however, doubt ful of his ability to carry out his promise, but alter obtaining a con tract ho took a representative of the company to Brazil, where lingo deposits of thorium wore discover ed. from this plucu yiost of tha thorium no\\< in uso is obtained, '('lie fttrangix had discqvcred the ftnO Hiiito accidentally...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Cicuiw/f OK &Nm<AND,-b*uuday, Juno 11: OmeaB (HO.), JI and 7 HO, Henarnbra 3, Eov. G. H. Devlin. PitKsuvTKRiAH Cjiuuou-ISunduy, Judo 14 i Tongio Wcob 11, Swift's Greek 2 30. Omeo 7 30, Rev. F. G. Furam. Can you keep a eecret ? 1 don't believo you can, Jones (you know the Jones I mean !J Was the melancholy man. Felt like wrung.ouL diah elotho, Fainted, to bo eure, Bight aa rain to-day, you know, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 12 June 1914

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. The following account are lying at the sub-treasury : A, Mewha, J. Johnson,   E. J. Rootsey, W. R. Tulloh, W, C. Heath, H. P. Bittner and other, R. Jones, J. Hickey, Jas. BartIett,    

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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GRAVEL OWNERS. MUST BE REASONABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

GRAVEL OWNEKS. MUST BE REASONABLE. DisplilnS Imvn often arisen in the Oinoo Milrh iU to the prion to bn paid as oonipnlmfion for taking gravel from private properly for use 011 the ronri», According to Or. John M'Donald, of the MuflFru chirp, tnuuicipal councils have power to take gravel from pri. vainly owned lands nt the tmrfneo value of the land,and at the Inst counoll meeting lie moved that) owners of (iravol be iuformed thab nulesa they wero prepared to let the council have gravel at <ld per yard, tho ootinoil would ncqairo it uudor tho Compulsory Acl. Tho discussion arose over a com plaint! from Patten and Seavely, solici tors, Sale, on behalf of Mr W. A. WritjRlenworlh, tliab a contractor had forcibly entered on laud which ho had recently purobaso.1 from Mr Mills and lemoved gravel. Ho olaimed ono shilling per yard for ib, Tlio oontrac. tor wro:n admitting that ho had lifted tho gate to gob in, but replaced it and did no harm. It wa9 stated that Mr WrigglbHworth ha...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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GET RID OF BRONCHITIS. PEPS BRING QUICK AND LASTING RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

GET RID OF BRONCHITIS PEPS BRING QUICK AND LASTING RELIEF. Bronchitis menus inflammation of the bronchi ur tuhea thac branch left nod.right from thn windpipn to carry air to tho lungs, apd the aouta form of bronchitis usually comes on very suddenly. Tho symptoms aro tight, ness or Bareness of the cheat right behind the upper part of ihe bream bone, a little hoarfloneso end tickling at the back of the throat, and with this is n very annoying, booking and dry cough. To stop that cough and relieve tho tight freling about tho cheat, you must get ' to tho root of Lbu trouble by taking Peps, the new scientific remedy of unique composi tion and incomparable effectiveness. In Fepa wo have a now .pridciple in mediciuo for the treatment of chest trouble, Aa the Peps tablet dissolves on tha tongue, pure, soothing and healing fumed are released ahd pass (igturally with eaah indrawn hreath through t||e delicate air pas sages straight through the brouphial tubes to the lungB where the trouble lie...

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