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SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. The following were the results of the mutches played in Melbourne on Saturday : LEAGUE. *GI. Bh. PIP. Fiizroy ... ... 10 6-GC Essendon ... ..." 7. 8-50 GobIODR . 9 17-71 Collingwood... ... 5 6-36 Carlton ... ... 5 13-43 Richmond ... ... - 5 11-11 South Melbourne ... 13 12-90 Molbourne ... ... 8 7-55 St>. Kilda . 15 11-101 University ... ... 10 7 - 67 ASSOCIATION. Foolsoriy ... .. 10 11 - 71 Port Melbourne ... 7 7-49 North Melbourne .... 8 10-58 Essendon ... ... 5 6- 3G AVilliams'own ... 6 18-54 Northcote ... ..6 6-42 Brighton ... 9 8 - 62 Brunswick ... ... 6 9-45 Hawthorn .. ... 9 14-68 Prahran ... 9 14 -68

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WRECK AT THE HEADS. THE CHEW SAVED. THRILLING EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

WlltiCK AT THE HEADS. THE CHEW SAVED. THRILLING EXPERIENCES. Tho Norwegian whaler, Campbot', .17 tons, was entering tlio heads on Saturday night, when sho struck ou the Oor.iau reef, closo to where tho R.M.S. Australia was wrecked, and became n total wreck in a few minutes. The crow of nino Scandinavians had thrilling experiences in tho boats, noarly losing their livos; bob even tually thny reached Queenscliff in safety. Fivo of them ontercd ono of the boats, but were taken out to sea wiih a strong tide and had great diffi culty in keeping tho boat afloat), as a hole had been knocked in her side. The holo was plugged with the men's caps and water had to bo baled con tinuously, but eventually a pair of paddles was fashioned and with the aid of a flood tido tho boat was got through the Rip and reached Queens cliff. The other four men were picked up by one of tho pilot steamers. The Campbell was bound from Sydney to Fretmntle, bub was putting into Melbourne because of a break down in h...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREAT WHARF FIRE. IMMENSE DAMAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

GREA.T WHAllF l-'IRK IMMENSE DAMAGE. A Rrent) firo swppt the Norddoatsobor Lloyd Co.'s wharves at) Miller's Point, Sydney,on Saturday uiRhb, oho d»mai<o beiui; estimated at £100,000. Tho fire oaueed great' consternation nb oil tlio wharves', the steamers lyiiiR tliero being. taken out into tbo harbor for safety,

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. PREMIER WATT. DESERTS STATE POLITICS. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FROU ouit CORHESPONDBNTJ. PREMIER WATT. DESERTS STATE POLITICS. MrxiiouiiNU, MONDAY. Mr Watt, Premier of Vlbtorin, Iihb recently received ninny urgeliti requests to lonvo Btato politioa and etaiid for n federal constituency, but nltbdugh i\b firBb lie said ho was not) anxious to deaorti tho stato aliip it is now rpRarded as practically certain thai) lie will accept, and nu early anuouncOmenl) ia expected.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HIS ORDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

HIS OliDEAL. .ndkins paced tho Hour. il!;?> brow was wrinkled and pale. There was an anxious look in his <?yus Kviden'.Iy there was something u Judk'us'h mind. L'rescutly ho spoke, "Il's, it musl be done I It is a dreadful alternative, but i can seo W' other course to pursue." Ever and anon he rolled his eyes up ward, and ra sed his clenched hands to wards the cviling in an attitudo of su preme and utter despair. The struggle was a long ami bittor OilU. Uravely he strove for the mastery over the black demons of def-.pondencv tlu^t surrounded him; bub in vain wore his efforts. inch by inch, foot by foot, thoy pressed upon him, and, in spite of pluck and will-power, his hitherto iudomit ab!o spirit was slowly but surely crowd oil to the wall, and finally forced to surrender. "Yes," he repeated, despairingly, "it must be done 1 There is no othor wio I" Ai d then, grabbing his hat, ho rush ed frantically from tho room. Has .ludkins gone to jump olE the Tower liridgo, plung...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Ohdkou OF England,-Sunday, Juno21 : Eueny U, Kwift's Crtolt 2 30, Omen 7 80, Kov. O. H. Devliu ; Omeo 11 jlr Cano. PBEsnifTKUiAN Cinmoii-h'unday, Juno 21 : Swamp 11, Bonumbra 3. Omeo 7 30, Rov. 1'. 0. Far&in.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A BOY [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A BOY When I como to think it over J can recall a good many tilings Hint happen to a boy to \voitn<i his pride and' to re mind him that no matter how manly ho may Kiel is but a small hoy after all, and must ho treated as such. One of tho earliest humdiations to which lie is subjected is not boing allowed to fish with a . e«J hook. Sometimes a b;Mi|. pin substituted, tho head oi which is constantly .slipping through the knot ai:d losing it soil' in the waver; or, if the real hook is used, father first carefully fibs oil' the barb to pre vent the possib.lity of its getting into the boy's hand or leg and requiring it to bo cut oat. Now nobody ever saw a boy catch a fish with a bent pin or a hurhless hook, and when a boy is seen ILhing with either it is a sure sign that lie is regarded as still being in the infant class. Another notice to a small boy that ho is only a small boy is making hiin ride a horse with a graiu bag tor a saddle, tins precaution bei...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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AN OBSCURE MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

AN OBSCURE MILLIONAIRE. The English public knows mucli less about its wealthy mini than tho Ameri can public does about its millionaires. Some time ago a Mr. Birch Crisp ar ranged the £'(>,000.000 loan for China, and the London 'Preys liad to hunt up some facts about this unknown finan cier. Now tiiere is fcho case of Mr. Maliaby-lX\ ley, who liy purchasing a large portion of the Duko of Bedford's London property for threo millions brought oil the largest x>ruato land deal in thi* history of London, in Am erica .Mr. Mal;aby-D('oley would have bum brought prominently before the public's notice before he bought the Bedford pn.perty, for ho had been con cerned in such trilling deals as the purehise of tlio Piccadilly Hotel for £500,UUU, and another London property for &IU0.C00. But' in spite of 'the magnitude of the dealings he has car ried through, Mr. Mailaby-Dueley is not a prom.nent or oven a well-known fig ure' in business oirelcs, and ho is said to be one of the har...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE SKIN MARKET. Wednesday, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

TUE SKIN MARKET. Weducsday, Juuo 10. Dalgktt AND CO. report:-Owing to Monday being a public holiday the weekly auction sales were held yesterday. Medo» rate tuppliea were offered to an average ^attendance of buyers. Rabbit skins met with strong competition for all good autumn And incoming grades, with -any change in value favoring eollors, Stale and inferior were in blacker request, and late figures were barely maintained. Fox akina were very dull and irregular, atid withdrawals frequent, but good clearances were made privately at prices ruling from par to slightly lowor, Wo quote :-Good headless rabbit ukins, Victorian, l)Jd to 14d; N.6. <V. lOJd to 13d ; fox akin?, winter , firata, 90a to 1083 per doz. j

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HINTS ABOUT HORSE TRAINING [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

Hi NTS ABOUT HORSE TRAINING Many valuable animals are spoiled by improper or harsh treatment. A man who is incapable of understanding the disposition of the horse is certainly in capable of training him ; for tho horse is endowed by the Creator with rare Intelligence. Therefore, in bin tender ago,' he should have good care and proper training by being used with kindness and good judgment; at tho samy time, he must be piven to under stand that although frightened or ox cited, he is to obey. The horse being more nearly human than any other animal, you can get along much better if you hold a con sultation with him to a certain degree. For instance, if you wero going to ask a favor of a crank, would you go to him and say, "I need help and you have got to hoip mo or 1 sh{Ul force you to do it?" Would tho man do it or not? l'ofc tfiafc is tho way tho so oallod' horse-breaker does. In my ex perience of training colts and older hor ses, two-thirds of those I have handled have been called vi...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. SPECIAL CATTLE SALE. Friday, June 5. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

MARKETS AND SALES GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. SPECIAL CATTLE SALE. Friday, June MKSSRS A. M'LEAN AND CO. report ; - At our Hairnadalo yarda on above date wo yarded 560 head of good cattle, and the major part of the yarding changed hinds at late market rates. We sold 17 good condi tioned bullocks from Monaro nt £8 2a, 26 bullocks from eamo district, £0 2a, cow in low couditiou, £3 18 J Frank Deery'a bullocks £7 16s, T. Morrieon'a GlonaUd^lo bullocks £lj 19a, uud good-conditioned cows £G 9», R. li. Howe's bullocka at £G ISs and young, do. £5 43, and other?.

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USEFUL RECIPES. DAINTY CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

USEFUL RECIPES. DAINTY CAKKS. our oz flour (self-raising), 2 on but ?I oy, castor siiuar, 2 w. coriUlour, | whiles of a eggs, ton drops <>* ilia or almond essence . Mix »» <irv ingredients together, i ., . i>litter to ft cream, and the whiU tho eggs to a stitf lrolh, add tU voriiiK *&v iu t^,a?ur'. oto* ur into uuicy tins and bake .for ion nutes in a quick oven. .Una quiui v makes tiwmv lit-ile cakes. A N1!\V AL'l'UC I'liDDIXG. Quo teacupful each of flour, brcad ""i,s, tipples and prunes, chopped io linlf a teacuplul ol sugar, one '.cupful of milk- Mix «'l together ,t into a wt'll-butlercd basm,- and ?alii for two hours. Turn out and rve w'ali oustuvd. Tl'..s pudding tree chain'O from made all apple niscurr CRACKERS. Take ono largo cupful broad doimh; 1! out; spread oil it a piuco of -b,u, r as large as a duck's egg; sprinkle iiitlo Hour over it: fold it up; pound with something heavy 'or a long ,ne; roll out very thin, pnek witli ,vk, and bake ve...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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"THE WORLD AROUND." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

"THE WORLD AROUND." So great bjcomu tlio demand for eketiie washing machines that ^ one manufacturer is producing Ilium in 30 stylos and s'zos. The Pniss an State railways aro using liOU storage battjry ears at less cost th:in .'.-team Iooomouves or gasoline-elec tric ears. A Lather belt in au English factory has been running at a speed of lfcfOO feet a minute from n'ne to twelve hours a day for more than thirty-two years. Venetian coins of 1570 and 1577, bearing the names of one of "the Doges, have been found in Mnshoualand, in ill * interior of South Africa. Lake Baikal, in Central Asia, and Lako Tanganyika, iu Central Atrica, furnish similar problems for scientists as both are fresh water, removed from (.caujs, vet both contain deep sea fish. A patent lias bo.n granted for an elevator propelled up and down a shaft by an electric motor, which drives a shaft with pinions on each end to engage racks. .Recent Trench statistics show t'orty fivo families in that country haying eighteen...

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TIT-BITS FROM BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

TIT-BITS FROM BOOKS. <«Every man who is n Junius knows it, ltut sumo know it who are not "lb is easy io hat a man for his faults tuan to love hi in Cor his virtues. Itnt it. is easier to halo him for his virtues and love him for his faults." "Ttio spico of lovo is thf gentle .row ! It is only tho bread-pudding woman, flavorless and unappetising, who says, .\Vs, dear,' to everything." . 'Tiiero are some questions that a wo man who considers her own happiness will leave unasked, however great her curiosity." .'Have you over nutiocd that tlie things you are most severe on at one period of your existence yon come to do at another? It's fatal to say you won't do anything; if it's only that yon wi.'J never marry a man with a hoard, or a squint, you're hound even tually to do it. Wlulo if yon sit in righteous judgment on man who spends \\U Ri;bstah';»'"un t1*.1 Turf, or tin. ? woman wlio nins'a^ay ,ntb her r^sigh hour's husband, you'll do both as sun ns you're a living soul."-"N...

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A STORY AT BEDTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

A STORY AT BEDTIME. "Please tell lis ;i story," children so often request, and it is often hard to ?think or one oil demand. But a little practise makes itv easy, <t ltd a happy set, oi ehildivti arc .soon absorbed in ;i simple narration of events and give an attention that is Mattering. For KUle children regular stories with a plot :ue not necessary; a .simple storv ft., of details \yill iV.l their minds with n -erit'.j of piiniires. It may be only a sfcory of it little girl going <m errand tVr her mother, but- give her a name and say she had on a nice, clean, blue iivss. Then in his walk she can s<v i number, of pleasant things and per haps meet imoUi T little gir!; thus you en 11 go 0:1 telling of tilings as they rotne into the mind or are suggested bv the children th> nisefves. Tile scene* and incidents should ho such as ih«\\ .'.re familiar with and can understand. Some simple, unexciting stories are good preparation for bedtime.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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GOOD FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

GOOD FORM. V oung pooplo frequently neeome most embarrassed when they suddonly realise that o» tho street, in a public conveyance, at thv» theatre, tlio restaur n 11L or church, they have done some trilling thing to maho themselves con spicuous. Here aru a i'ow simple rules ivhicli tho uninitiated will do well to memorise: - When a young man meets one or more giWs on the street car hy nandom ho (1 oes not otfer to pay their tr.rc. That is his privilege only when he is I heir iseort tor the trip. Giris ia bns.ness are often joined at lunch by young men employed in tho salue" oliiees. lender these oircumst;ui o. s there need he no embarrassment ever tho cheek. Tho girl pays hei own hill precisely as if the man had not appeared on the went), When is.-orting a girl to tho tlioa tiv, ehuroh or restntim* t tho man must lirst -iseertain uh-Mi"v there is an »t.>lur or head waiter at tho door. I» there is, he permits the girl to entei Hist, holding th^ door open for her. The usher or wait...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A SCATTERED RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

A SCATTERED RACE. Every few years soineono makes tho suggestion to collect all tlio Jews to gotlior into 0110 laud and found a Jowr ish colony-a now Judea; but such sug gestions liover materialise. Few peoplo realise how greatly tho Jewish raco is scattered in various parts of tho world. Ilocent stiitisticj show that there nro nearly twelve million Jows in tho popu lation of tho world, of whioh eomo three million resido in America; in ISTow York alono thoro nro ostiinated to lie 1,002,000 Jews. Tho Jows in Africa roughly numbor a quarter of a million; wliilo Asia has twieo as many, and Aus tralia gives shelter to only 17,000. .' The hulk of tho Jewish nation livo in (Kiinipo, whore thoro aro about eight /'million Jews, of whom no fowcr than five millions belong to Russia and a million to Austria. Hungary and (li rniany hnvo about a million Jews in their unitod population; whilo latest statistics return tho Jows in Turkey in Kuropo and Roumania as 240.000 for oftou country, -?Answers...

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THE OHEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

THE OHEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, J UNI) 10, 1014. For Childreu's Hacking Cough at Night, YVooda* Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d, Xu another column ii advertised for private snle township properties of Mrs H. G. Marsden, who is about to leavo tho diatrict. The Gippslaud and Northern Co opera* tive Selling Co. , Ltd, has been appointed tho wholesale distributing agents for tho Glppeland Co-operutive Bacon Curing Co., Ltd., Dandeuong. Aok your grocer for Dandcnong bacon.*** It ia a plain duty imposed upon all who arc eligible-male or female-to sec that their names are on the roll. Every as sistance liaa becu rendered in this direc tion by tho elrct.orul and police authorities, and the fact should be borne in 'mind tboji uon-compliauce with this simple require, ment rendcra negligent parties liable to a penalty of anything up to £2, Several persons in Gippsland havo been fined for jutting to comply with tho law* For Hronohial Coughs, tnko Woods' G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 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 Casli. LANTEORNS, TRAP-SETTERS, FILES, ETC., IN STOCK. Telephone No. S. DAVID EAXINS. Omeo Auctioneers' Notices. A- KACARTHUR & GO., Cattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDAl.K, G1PPSLAN1? AUCTION SALES conducted in any ^art of Gippslaud ? aud at Omeo District whon eijnircil. Lotto ami Telegrams quickly answered Auctioneer for the Finn A. N. MACAKTHUR, Who Conducts all Auction Sales r.nd SuperintendsallBusiuesa of thePirm. UHjrtct Rapronout:\tive : H, M'NULLAK, SWIFT'S CREEK W. H. COOMBES* Goachbuilder and Wheelwright. ENSAY, ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE ON THE PREMISES. Vehicles Bought and Exchanged. .Estimates givcu for all classes of Dwellings. SIDEBOARDS, DUESSEIIJS, SAFES, TANKS Made on the Premises. Address-Neau ESSAY STOKE, ENSAY OHSEO PH0T0CBAPH1G STUDIO ? Gat your Pliotograpny done Locally ENLARGEMENTS MADE, THE STUDIO is fully...

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HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. SPRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. SI'It A INS. Spraius sue causal by undue stretch ing or uvis.ing ol joints, the ligaments of which mo usual.y partially lorn by Ihe strain, There is generally also some Hirctehing of other tissues in the neighborhood of the j iinl , with rupture oli small vessels and effusion ol blood, giving ii.su to tho characteristic dis location of brui-i.ig on tho skin owr liio joint. Spra.ns arc of most ire q.Hiit, occurrence in the ankle, shoul vio»", wrist ami Liuv. Thotv is generally sov.ro pain, of.cn local.sul to certain points and increas ed nn movement; there in y be inabil ity io boar iho. weight of »he* limb; as a rule thole will be swell n- and dis coloration I'roin effusion ol blond around tho joint, and later inflammatory il lusion into the joint cavity may oc cur. The absence ol signs ol fracture or of dislocation will usually sullice »o d.stin;ro si» a sprain iroin one or other of these injuries j but where thoro is much swelling it may b ' dillicult or iiu po...

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