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CANDLE TO BURN NINE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

CANDLE TO BURN NINE YEARS. A Gandle which, if burned continu ously, would last for nine years is being mode by a Haarlem firm, and is to bo sout to the Vatican to bo lighted on feast days to the memory, of Mr. Pier pont Morgan. Tlie candle will be 10ft. high, will weigh 4001b, and will cost about_ £300. The gold leaf used in decorating" it will cost £50. It will have a square baso with sides 18'n. wide, and on ono of theso will be placed an oil painting of Mr. Piorpont Morgan. If the candle is lighted on ono day only in eaoh your it will laflt for i>l years. \

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Only 42 Letters in New Chinese Alphabet. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

Only 42 Letters in New Chinese Alphabet. China is to have a brawl now nl« * phnbot. As llio present Chinese alphabet consists of 8,000 charac tors, the change is going to ho one of the most remarkable in the his tory of letters, for the new alpha bet will contain only forty-twc characters. Hitherto the unfortunate Chinese children have been forced to memo rise at least eight thousand ideo grams or characters. "Hierogly phics," we generally call them, the queer littlo quirks and quirleques. The students cannot begin to learr anything, to understand anything, or communicate even in the simplest manner until they have memorised a whole lot of these eight thousanc ideograms. Then they begin tc study in earnest, and have many thousand to learn, for every one ol the queer Chinese murks means some sound, some syllable, or some ob ject, and there is a dilterent one for everything. Hut now the awakened Chinese on, preparing a brand new Chinese al phabet. And joy should reigr throughout China...

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

A SAFE INVESTMENT. Mi-. Andrew Carno^ie tPl'H the fol lowing «toi'y with great relish. When his father was leaving his un live country to settle in America he borrowed twenty pounds from a relatival The family had an uphill buttle on the other .skip p{ tho, At lantic, hut, when the tide of pros perity' turned with the son, ho re: |iieii)ber(id his fntlieris indebtedness, and determined to clear It off, to gether with its accumulated inter est. He started by remitting the sum of twenty pounds, and for several years sont the same amount -a dividend equal to exactly one hundred per cent. Returning t.q .Scotland, the Pittsburg ironnufstcp met liis old relative, "Well," «ai(! JUr, Carnegie, "hav ing paid up a good deal of tho interest, I Hhould Itko now to clear off the principal." . "Ah, ay, Andrew, dlnna ye fash yersel' uboot the loan ! A '.ill pnir fcctly satisfied with (ho interest." "Ah, but I'm rich enough now, X {V 'cli'iir oil tho principal !" replied the millionaire, "Oinnft Win...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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R[?]OM WIDOW REJECTS 1,500 EAGER SUITORS. SHE SAYS: "I LEARNED SO MUCH, I WANT NO HUSBAND NOW." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

Rid: sVJDOW REJECTS 1,500 EAGER SUITORS. IK SAYS: "'I TjRArtNrcn MUCH, 1 WANT NO HUSBAND NOW." Mrs. Clara Brown, of Kansas City, Missouri, has advertised for a bus 1 and, "not Western or corn-fcd," and thu 'r/chmion of Western and coun Iry-brr.d men by a wealthy and beautiful widow has brought letters by h.;ndmls from delighted aspirants in Ihc lUastein States. Hnt a set-back was prepared for llr.m by Mrs. Brown, who now de clares she has renounced every ono of her 1,500 suitors. ."I am rejecting them," she said, "more in sorrow than in anger. I have no feeling against any : they merely won't do.'" "She has tabulat ed her rejected suitors thus : TJavdvanl University graduates ... GG Yale men 30 Oxford graduates 15 Scions of the "nobility" 150 Men viith fortunes between £2,000 and .CIO,000 200 Clur^ynun or students for the ministry 18 Men s-enarattd, but not divorced 129 Widowers 208 rlh? only letter which the widow con id'trs "worth while" came from Mr. W. .1. Gaynor, Mayor New York...

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How Crime May be Traced by Blood Crystals. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

How Crime May be Tracecf by Blood Crystals, Scientists have long been able to distinguish between most varieties of .uniniul blood and human blood, although it is said there is nothing to distinguish between the blood of jil'es unjl men, but. now a discovery )ih(i beon mu'de whereby scientists can go still further, and by means of blood crystals they can not only distinguish the blood of man from that of animals, but can distinguish between the blood of white men and negroes, and even between the blood crystals of other races !of Wen' Sejcntjsf.s luvvo discovered this dil ferenco, and it > is olaimed that this discovery of so-called "hemoglobin clues" will provo as valuable as finger-prints. That the hemoglobin, or red co louring matter of the blood, forma crystuls' hug boson known for the. best part of a. century. Working oil this old fact, Dr. Edward Ty son Ueichert, in association with Br.. Amos I'pus)ee Bro\yn, hits now made discoveries of signal moment, in tho |ight of which...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

TO T1IE EDITOR, Sin,-As a ratepayer I au) con strained to ask, are wo to hold Or. Peter? SOD responsible far his utterances at the counoil table? If so, theu I am dig ging right iu with my little argument on behalf of the oouncil employees ho olnndcred at the lust [Dentins °' l'ie couucil. At that inBeting pr, Peter son praotically accused iho workmen who have been engaged on the Cobun gru road with imposition ; or to pub ib more plaiuly, of obtaining money under f»lse pretcucoa, in-i)B-mucl) aa tli"y had claimed pay for day* tbpy had not worked. Now Sir, I have hod an opportunity of driving over the road in question ab loaoti open jj week, eomotimea twice, (I don't suppose Cr. Pateraon ovor drove over it while the men were working) and I always found the men working faithfully, and from the amounb of work doue I judged ihey had earned thoir "bit", well and good. I also drovo the engineer's as sistant Mr Rap, over the road, and ha expressed satisfaction with the work being done j in...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. The columns of this paper are open to correspondence on matters affecting the public interact. Letters should be written upon one side of the paper only, and must in all cases be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but to show the edtior who is responsible for the statements made. THE SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

CORRESPONDENCE Tho oulumiit) of tbls pupor nro opon to correiipon* (tonco ou mnttcra nrfccting tbo puhllo intcrcct. Lottcrs should bo wriiion npon onuuiiloof tbo pnpor only, and must m nil cnnosbo Accompanied by tbo nnrao nnd aildrcsn of tbo writer, not ?ocossurily for publication, bnt to show tbo odtior who is rosponeiblo for tho btatomvutB made. THE SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOIt, Snt,-In your reporb of iho Sliiro Council meeting, appearing on 5th inst.,.Councillor Petersen ia reported ns Buying tbut " he know tha men could not have put in the full time on the Brighb road day labor works, on accounb of bad weather, and thab time had been put in an the timo sheet when men could not havo done good work, OH there were a lot of wet days during the month. He admitted that) uood work had been done, but said bo did not like to see men getting paid for work they did i;Ob do." We now challenge Cr. Petersen 10 prove iha# we did not work the full time claimed liy u.», and wo are pri pared to ...

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

WOLFF S-SCHMAPP3 Spells Perfection in Liquor. ft is a Popular Tonip. J? Aorpaa t}ip Aljia to Omco."- Ono 'of tho )?e" books published iti vio^orja, At §l)«turoa and atatlftgorfr.t** Woods' Groat'Peppormfnt Curo, . If or Coughs and Uolds, uover fails* Is 0&* Constantly for all toilet pur poses, especially shaving and shampooing, with occasional use of Cuticura Ointment, because so effective in removing slight irri tations, redness, roughness, pim ples, dandruff, etc., of the skin andgscalp and promoting ©and maintaining skin and hair health. Outlcura Soap fttul Ointment Mid tjveryvHiCTe, Liberal sample of cjurli, with hnok.Hcnt pout* lrcc. Address It. Towna ot Co., Sydney, N. 8. W. PUBLIC ifFORMATIO^. Postal Notices. Caduil.'s Tongio WoHfc dwift'a Crook liBivy Tambo Crossing Bruthen Bairnsdalo Melbourne Cloao at Ooioo daily at 6 o'clock a.m. Return mails duo at Omeo 6.30 p.m.! Glon Will* Sonny sid o Loose Bag j U'innomunjio and Bonambra-Closes at .mooat6 a.m. daily. Return ma...

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OMEO FISH SOCIETY. DISTRIBUTION DIFFICULTIES' BEYOND THE HAUNTS OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

OMEO PISH SOCIETY. DISTRIBUTION DIFFICULTIES' BEYOND THIS HAUNTS OF MEN. Tlio Fisheries depart monb of Vio fjria is doing Rood work by distribu ting annual supplies of yearling trout for the bond waters of our rivors, hub j[g own efforta would not) bo of muoh Tdlilo unloss supplemented by the volun tary assistance of enthusiaabio fisher men. Tiio mountain btriinras of Omeo urn rsBentiiilly suitable for iho deposi tion ot these yearlings, and the rxjinrinuoo gained by tlio looil fiahor oitin oonvicopa thorn that tho higher up tho streams they go tho bettor clidnoo for the fish to thrivo; and ib is by this moans that our local waters nrt) FO splendidly supplied with strong and cell-grown trout, But it was not done without a great) deal of hard work and voluntary effort), as tho fol lowing reports will show. Air Arthur Scott, prosidonb of tho Omen Fish Protection Society, reported to the Chief Inspector of Fisheries, that tlto consignment of 1500 year lings allotted to tho Omeo distric...

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Burial Piace of Spanish Royalty. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

Burial Piace of Spanish Royalty. The Esirurinl, to which the body of the Infanta Marin Theresa was re cently convoyed with the usual cere monies, has been for long genera tions the last resting-place of the Ltoyul Family' of Spain, and the tra ditions have aiwityn be<«n .striutly observed. Alfonso XIU. when showing some distinguished foreign visitors over the building, .saw one of them go up to a certain door, and laughingly remarked : "Not so fast, my friend ; I'm in no hurry to go through that door. H'e Span ish kjngs never pass there till we are carried through," Another curious characteristic of the Kncurial is the " L'udridor." Here the coilln conta I ii I UK the dead monarch is conveyed, ami built' in with masonry and quicklime. The corpse, simply wrapped in a fine winding-sheet, is laid upon a stone slab in the cavern, where trickles a little spring front the mountain in which the Kscuriul is built. Her.; it remains for on indefinite period (in the ease of Quam Isa...

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

INTEfrESTlSIG ITEMS. On tho first anniversary of tho murder of hor husband, an engineer, employed at tho ITcndon Aero drome, Miuo. Petitpierre announces that she is about to commence her training in aviation, to try and honour the name she bears', to the memory of her lato husband. M. l'etitpierre was a skilful French en gineer who was fatally wounded Inst year by a suicidal pupil named Hnvnnt., and died in St. Mary's Hos pital at 1'addington. By tho will of .1. W. IfuUon, who was known as a fisherman and an enthusiastic hunter, and who died at Jersey recently, it was ordered that his nshes be strewn upon th^ Jlackensack Uiver, along the bunks of which- he used to fish as a lad. A friend went to the banks of tho llac.kensack the other night and there carried out the dead man's request. It has been proposed in New York by entertaining Americans to build a skyscraper mausoleum having ten storeys, each of which lias a wide balcony. According to the plans it- will contain 5112 private v...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 16 June 1914

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. The following account are lying at the sub-treasury : A, Mewha, 13. J. Johnson, K. J. Rootsey, W. E. Tulloh, W. C. Heath, H. P. Bittncr and other, R. Jones, J. Hickey, Jas. Bartlett, F. A. Cane, R, J. DeLacy, J. Rogers.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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ENROL YOURSELVES! [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 June 1914

fc.NliOL YOURSELVES! 1.1 vim* ? ?{ the »pproHch of on elec (i.ii eUniblfi persons would be well "i-ii MI hp« 10 their enrolment as |i f.iily .» possible. Every man or » in n ii'ii. under 21 years of age, «b b-r mirrird or unmarried, who is ? ii o iiuru subject or ntaurulised uVj:0', -ud h>«8 lived in Australia for Miui" period . of hia or bor life for at i'-iw hix months coutiuously, and has livHii i» h Bubdivisiun of a Federal '.. ". .if for a month at tbo time the c mi i« made, >3 dmitled to vote. Every person ao qualified wbo fails to apply for enrolment is liable to a penally, Tbo necessary forms may he ootainod without fee on application to any post-master, Commonwealth electoral registrar or Commonwealth returning officer. Similar action is also necessary where ao eleator changes his or her addresB, but does not move outside the subdivision ; whore an elector desires to correct any error in hia or her enrolment*, or where a female eleotor'chauges her name by marriage. Th...

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OMEO DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 June 1914

OMEO DISTRICT. Thf following huvo been chospn to ripres-ent Omeo in thsir match nguinBt C<-«i», in rhp Omt'o park, to-morrow (S.iurilay): Urepnwood (3),Murphy (2), R.«.un, Huripy, Wtthoin, Huylock, b -11'kf, Kirwnn, Reid, Thorburn, P.r-lnw, il'Namira, Tulloch, Smith, C'-yford, Eaiprapnciea: liobertsOD, P ? r'lm, Nicholson and Liorham.

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FOOTBALL NOTES. TAMBO VALLEY. ENSAY V. SWIFT'S CREEK A. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 June 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. TAMBO VALLEY. ENSAY V. SWIFT'S CBEBK Enn»y ware at homo to Swift'a Oreok A on SUnrday. Tho weather was good for football, consequently n largo number pf ppFOtatorii nod harraokera wero present. Swift'a Creek won tho toes Bod kicked toward tho hill end helped by a fair wind. They had mosbof the pity at Bossy's goal, bat scored only ano (>onl, kicked by Rico, and several behind?. Manny played up in t!i» jocond quartor and had tho best) of Iho pl«y. l'i° scoroa nc tin" liiuo boing 3,0, nacli. After tho interval Swift's Crook had n gllgbb advantage whioh they main tained until t'10 onJ, eventually win 'niris by 21 points, tlin scores beiris;, Shift's Creek 10.9 ; Ensiiy G.9. For tho winner?, Jomv, O'Brien, M'Cormnck, Moir (2), Hufcton and [hyli.i played well; while Knsay'a hnse were C'niilini, M'Ouy Bro?., Maatom (2) aud Johnson. The fiillnwincj was the reauh of ihe ilruM for tho Tn in bo Valley competi tion : .Turn: 0. Hindi v. Swift's Crook. JUNK 13. Knsay v. Swift'...

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NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 June 1914

NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. , . 4 Tho , King and Queen of Norway havo given a dinner at their-country house to Admiral Bayly at".;t I ho principal otlicers of the British squadron visiting Norwegian waters, tho British Minister and Mrs. Fin-.l lay "being also invited. Next night the Admiral ami officers gave a hall on board the Lion, to 350 high-placed people of Christians. Large numbers of Norwegians also availed themselves of the British in timation that all tho ships were thrown open to visitors. Furs will ho dearer this wfntcr thiut ever before, according to the .statement of a Paris expert. Black and white Is predominant in the new furs. Stoics will he very broad and will he made chiefly of ermine. Silver fox will l)o extremely fashion able, though a Bet of silver grey fox fur will not bo bought for much less than £1,000. Amusing testimony ol the manner in which the Standard Oil Corpora tion dodged tho anti-trust law by '.splitting itself into vulgar frnc tirnV has been given in...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 June 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. OJIUROUOF ENGLAND.-Supday, Juno21: Euaay Jl, tiwift'e Greek 2 30, Omeo 7 30, Rpy.V. Ii, IJeylia f< OmGo If Mr Oanp, PAESBVTBBUN C[#UKC1£-'fciundny, Juno 21 { bwamji 11, Eenumbra 3. Omeo 7 30. Kov. F. G. ITaram.

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MEAT VERSUS VEGETABLES FOR FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 June 1914

MEAT VERSUS VEGETABLES FOR FOWLS. Six generations of lions wore fed ex clusively on raw flesh by Mr. F. Huus-say, by way of experiment, whicn lasted seven years. At first - the ac tion of llio meal seemed favorable, and at ih'e end of two years, says "Cos mos," the increaso in the size of the birds and improvement of their laying and plumage would havo led to the con clus.on thai this dieb was beneficial.. As time went on, however, there were sig:«s of poisoning and organic fatigue; deforming arthritis appeared, only cured by a return to vegetables. All ihu organs were greatly inodiJied, and heredity of these changes was beyond duubt, as they wore found on chicks before they wero old enough to bo af fected by growth. Mr. llou.ssay also noted that tho llcsh diet was particularly injurious to tho germs and consequently to tho breed. In fact, the percentage of fer tile eggs fell from 100 to 6.85 during the exi>erimout. Tho vitality of thj chickens likowiso decreased continually, and...

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MR JAS CAMERON M.L.A. ADVERSE COMMENT BY THE TAMBO SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 June 1914

Mil J AS (JAMliRi)N AH A ADVERSE COMMENT BY THE TAM130 SHIRK COUNCIL. At) tho meeting of the Tambo Shire Couuci1, lust Friday ft letter was read from Mr Juuioa Cimeron, M.L A., in reply to b communication from thab body asking him to bring in a bill for the abolition of tho Railway Linda Acquistion Aot-, wtiioh stated thab In' hud obtained tho report) of the de putation and Ind banded it to tbe Orboab shire, asking that body to have it printed in piinphleb form and for warded to all the councils interested. Thia was now beiug attended to. When Parliament met, he would ar range the meeting of members opposed to tho preset) ti aab and ask them to take whatever aotion was necessary to bring about) the relief desired. What ever ho had done was with the full consent) of the party, and whatever ho thought) necesB»ry he would uot) hesitam to do. . The president (Cr. Price) said ht> could not) understand Mr Cameron's action. Cr. Irvine stated that Mr Cameron had informed him that) he (Mr...

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NOT QUITE RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 19 June 1914

NOT QUITE JUG11T. The vicar was just about to give out the banns of a marriage, when he for got whero ho had put tho book. How* over, ho began, groping meanwhile for tho lost volume. "1 publish the banns of inarriago be tween-between n "Betweci tho euhsion ami tho seat, .sir," whispered the verger, in a voico loud enough to be heard throughout the church, suddenly realising what tho vicar was lorkiii# tyr.

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