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IN THE-FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
IN THE -FUTURE. .Scene: A school in the year 11)50. Timelier (to now boy): "John, liavo you got your certificate of vaccination agaust smallpox?" "Yes, sir." ".liavo you been inoculatcd for oroua ?" "Yes, sir." ""Have you had an injection of cho lera bacillus?" "Yes, sir." "Have you a written guarantee that you are proof against whooping cough, measles, and scarlet-fever?" "Yes, sir." "Are you provided wifch your own drinking-cup?" "Yes, sir." "Will you make a solemn promise nevor to exchange sponges with the other boys, and nevor to use any other pencil' but your own?" "Yes, sir." "Do you agree to have your books fumigated "with sulphur, and .your clothes sprinkled with chloride of liino once a week." "Yes, sir." "I see that you 1'uhil uil the re quirements of modern hygienics. Now you can climb over that wire, placo yourself on an isolated aluminium seat, and commoneo your arithmetic." There is a natural melody, an ob scure fount in evory human heart. H may be hiddon over ami utte...
GUARD YOUR CHILD'S CHEST. PEPS ARE THE REAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST COUGHS AND COLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
GUARD YOUR GUILD'S CHEST. PEPS ARE THE REAL SAFEGUARD AGAINST UUUGU8 AND COLDS. There ia always a lot of throat and cheat trouble among children at iIii9 time of the year, whoa the tem perature changes bo Buddonly. Even if the little ones escape bron chitis or croup, how easy it is for a seemingly simple cold to bring about serious and oft-timea permanent cheat miacbinf, There ia dangor, too, of pleurisy or pneumonia, for the obenta of obildroD ar« euacrpi-iblo to sadden cbnngee from heat to cold. The careful mother nil! guard against these dangers by kecpini; handy a box of pi-p", tho ple»aat|(i breathe ablo medicine ia tublet form, which ia a real safoguard against coughs, colda, chills, and throat eorr? tHIHS, Tlio groat fault of tho old-fashioned homo remedies for oougbB unci culiia ia that they do not oure but merely hide for a timo the promiuent »yuip tOtllP. . Peps, on the othnr hand, rely on the soothing, healing, antiseptio and germicidal properties of oertain eg apiices wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
GONSH3N YOUR PRODUCE T&lt;a 3ALGETY fT0; KMMET. WOOL, GRAIN, -& PRODUGE BROKEK&. STOOK AMD STATION AGtRlVTS. m una a OS-Caiman nrw RMEI lisr Whon dcolred Clips are Reclaimed by Experts at a total cant of uricfug penny per lb. All Produce carefully Valued by Hxperto prior to Utvau, , Clionto given choice of any Market. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS For Hie Sale of LAND, STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW, SKOt^ HIDES, FURS, BUTTER and DAIRY PRODUCE. AGIENTS FOR Qulbell's Sheep Dip. Kemp's Patent Sheep Branding Wormo Speclflco Sheep Drench. &lt; ' Nobel'u Glasgow Explosives and Chllworth S"?T(2>3fc!0&lt;Laa'3rae OicffSoo, ffSoia-jr-Es:® iisSrai.
"BILLY" WYE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
BILLY" WYIS. From timn to time " Billy " Wye who ia fo well known by the older residents of this district na a proeprc cois, miner, horBeni'in and poof, lobs up Berenely in various partB of Aus tralia. After losing eiglis of tiim for tome years ho has come to light o(j*in-this tituo- at Goondi windi Queensland, Iu a letter to ih« Standard Billy snys : " Yuu will pro bably h.; surprised to learn that I aui engaged as n horse trainer aud turner, and a fairly successful one. I also lido in a number of races, welter weights, hurdles, etc., and I inn always thereabouts at the finish; aud this at 48 years of ago. The hill-climbing I did in the Gippsland Alps has evi dently proved beneficial as a uerva elixir." The following paragraph uppeard in itie Balonuo Beacon relative to Billy's doings : " A somewhat meri torious training 'performances has been achieved by Wm,, Jap. Wye, horso trainer, of Qoondiwindi, he having during the paBt twulve months returned the winners on twenty-four occaiio...
THE FASTEST CRUISER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
THE FASTEST CRUISER. Tho Auroar, iv light-aniiored crui ser recently launched from a British shipyard, has boen described as the smallest and fastost vessel protected by vertical armour over built for tho navv. This vessel hns 11 displacement of about 3700 tons, and is about >110 foot long. Power will bo supplied by a battory of oil-burning engines of 30,000 h.p., and tho .maximum speed is ostimatod at 29 knots. 'J'ho ar mament. will bo light, consisting probably of six or eight Gin guns. It is announced that this vessol, which is tho first of its class, is designed for attendnnco on tho battlo fleot, and tlmt in addition to being adapted to scout duty it will bo nblo to over haul and cut down any dostroyer afloat. His mother: "Remember, Tommy, tlio dovil finds work for idlo handu to do; now run out and chop some wood and bring it in."
ENSAY. RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
ENSAY. | FBQM OUB OoiiRKaroNDBNT. | 1UFLI5 CLUD, Tho Eusay rifln club hold a ball Id tho Mechanics' Tuetituto on Friday, 12 b whioh provrd n Bplendid sqocdeb, Tho hall nag tastefully decorated nod a good number ot dancers enjoyed themselves to tho excollonb tnuaio supplied by Miss Taylor (piano) and Mr B. Pow (violin). Tho rofreshmentB, needless to say, worn characteristic of iho IndicB of tho district, who vied with ouch othoi' in suitiug the tastes of the company and mat) with tha full satisfaction, whtah is always tlio roaalt when tho ladies of lEnsay Undertake to provide, j HOSPITAL ENTKHTAINMHNT. Tha committee nppuintod to ar range an ontortaiumenb for tho beuefib of tho Omeo hospital are taking steps to mako tho venture a sucoo.-m, Tlioy have inodn arrangomonts with tho Omeo Cumody Company, which i-hould ho euilicienb guarantee than the untortaiumenb will bo of tho highest order. In connection with the abovotho ludiis of tho district; hold a mooting in the looal hall on Wednes...
A.SURE ENOUGH COMMANDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
A.SUltE ENOUGH COMMAND MENT. A toaciicr had tfiroti Jcssons to an infants' class &lt;m the Ton Command ments. "Can any little child give mo a Commandment with only 'oul" tfords in it?" she asked A hand ivns raised immediately. 'Well, saiu th» teachor. "Keep off tlio p^ass. was tliB reply. "Do you think Miss Chatters is an "entertaining talker?" "fji, my, yrs. , Sho can ontortain herself lor hours at a time."
THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. WITH QUOTATIONS FROM NE BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. WITH QUOTATIONS KKO.M HOOKS. Ami now abideth laith, hope, ami love, these throe, The greatest of t/lioMti is h>vo, A partnership of iove and reason means a doubling oi' intellectual joy, ami an incroascd sympathy with overy living tiling-a oneness &lt;hut knows no limit. It poetics a)] lite and lifts a lover int» duty* lisp-il' anv one tiling can. It means universality. Wo reach God through the Jovo of one. Love for love's suke-there is nothing butter. It sweetens every net of life. Low grows by giving. The lovo wo give away is tho only love we keep. Insight, sympathy, faith, knowledge, and love arc the results of love-:hey are tho children of parents mentally mated. Lovo t r love's sake is God's supreme gift to man.-Elbert Hub bard, *?* Tncre are three kinds of friends: These who lovo you; those who aro in different to you; ami tho n&lt; xt friends -th»si> being the people who want something that is yours. "Behold the foolish iove...
BUSINESS MEN'S DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
BUSINESS MEN'S DIET. If one Wi'i'o asked to name tho ma ladies from which tho town dweller .suli'ory mo.^fc in comparison with the men ami woiikii who live in Uie coun try, the lisfc would assuredly begin witu utd.gestion, skepl-'s .ness, and constipa tion. Ail these are attendant upon city life, its rush, and its conventions, l ane, for example, the lirst-namcri, in digestion. 1 he busmss man begins the day very generally with a huav.v breaklast, nuhul ng possibly strong coffee. This w.aiid do him no harm whatever if he were going io speno the next tew hours as tho fanner or country squire generally does, in walk ing or riding. The exercise would "work oil'" Uie gcod meal. But tho rowiisman havens to a station wh'ch is tl 11 niinut. s' v.alk distant, or, worse still, geis inLo a tram that passes his do.>r. Till one o'clock he sits still in an atmosphere wh;ch is possibly not of the freshest, sineo his.ofiices are usually in a crowded quarter of tho town. Then he goes out and tak...
WOMEN'S INTRESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
Ub" "Ambrosino.") U.U- Ot the latest fads amen. fiwhioii .il.fo iviimoi, " (o have tiiL.ii- Ijucks-not inside nimbly :md pictures,,uu by "!w"f »[ ^ ""'I lueo.s ami luiuA . oi.v\f)-)wt tho iiHtural hack, Ci u:u I.ho waist to tjjo shoulders, phoLo^raphe.l. UU or three years a-0 tho la.lie.s "f tans j."t tired «t having tHvir fen* I'liulotrrapliocl. They took thoir shoes -'in oil, a ml had their feet ami unities snapped by the man with t in camera. A few laities, more darin" il'-'iii iiie rest, lit,I tli.ii- limbs repr," 'I!ktiI "» .sensitised paper, ami mount ed (m t'ajK-y nurds. Coloured hair is one of the fads 'liii-h certain sections of society af ft. 1:i:d down *»y i'Jci)i>v;» do 'ai'e :hat ^l'eeu'^^ii- iK suit.-. 1 >1 o for '.lunettes, mauve is .just the thin.' for blondes, rose-coloured hair may lie snle y-worn l,y liruiicftes, as also magenta -?olwire.l, hut pin!;, purple and yellow . houlil never he dreamed of except by lair women. It may ho added that Die Hair u, these ...
THE USE OF CONDIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
THE USE Or CONDIMENTS. "It would appear that condiments are chosen to accompany those .ioods which are less digestible or winch am richer than others. Mutton, lor ex» ample, is irtoro digesiiblo thau heel, pork, or duck, and it is to these three that mustard is generally added. Vine gar again is known to soften tho hard libro of both meal and vegotnbles; hence it probably rentiers such foods as crab, lobster, salmon, salads, red cab bage, anil walnuts less tough and more digestible. Vinegar m dressing anil sautes probably li is a similar action. As a rule, says the- "Lancet," "the increased amount of soluble' or ox trac tive matters in a loud is lu a direct relation to its digestibilty and nour ishing va.ue, not that tile extractive principle are in themselves nourish ing, but because .they are appetising and promote the llow of digestive juices. lircad and cheese and beer form a cnjoyablo mcul after brisk exercsie in tlie open country airt liut d.ir.ng. seJeiiir.ry occupation very ...
THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, June 15. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, Juno Ifi. Daloet? AND CO report-Supplier havo been reaching us iu ijroator voluino, and 4fl Monday wo aubmitted a largo and yor|ed palnlpniie i0 thi ||Bi}al gathering of bliyura, Rabliit ajfina jijoc \yith gutter cpmpotHiop, upif prions declined about jd per lb , particularly on unclaesed lines arid atajo i)|fins. |Tor' tlio be«t gradea of to$ ulijas l|iero iyua a fair inquiry at un changed prieeo, but Eiimwcr tnil inferior skins wero very dull, and nricoa de cidedly lowor. We quote i-Good headleta robbit iking,' Victorian, lJd to 15d . N.8. IV. 12d to lOd ,. fox akins, winter urata, 80a to 100a pep doz, For .Chronic Choat Complainta, Woods' (Jrfcat 'Peppermint Cure, la Gd.
A BULLA FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
A BULLA FARM. liy J. S. MeFatlzcan (Senior Dairy Supervisor), in "Journal of Agriculture." The growing of lucerne ia usually considered as concomitant with natur ally rich soil; so much so tlmt, in the absence ol' suitable alluvial land, most people will not attempt to grow this fodder. THo fact, however, is that biroi-iio will crow on almost- any land except, soil, as is badly drained; and, onco established, it will live- through vory dry periods; but. il' repeated cut tings nro expected from il during tho wanner months, a regular supply of water is then necessary in its cultiva tion; wilh this provision, it is in the warmer and drier districts that it nour ishes most luxuriantly. That compara tively poor land is capable of being made to grow prolilie crops of lucerne has, in the Bulla district, been demon strated in a very thorough manner by Mr. (!. 1). Dickinsou, of Moonee Ponds. His farm, "Sherwood," is a ;i-0-acre block situated on the north side of the Green Yale vond, about I...
MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. Saturday, JUne 13. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
MARKETS AND SALES GII'PSLAND STOCK REPORTS B AIRNSDALE. Saturday, JUDO 13, MESSRS A. M'Lean AND CO. roport *» Fat cattle.-Fair yaiding, and prices about same as last week. Cowa told to £11 8", Privately wo sold Mr Jeouinga* fat ewes at £1, lambs 10J# a Hue of 200 cinb. owes at IBs, SHEEP SALE. Wednesday, June 10. MKSSUS A. M'LEAN AND CO report: At our monthly ealo on above dale wo yarded 3000 mixed uheep, and with tlio exception of Iwo pons all lots submitted were sold at auction, Younic fiheep were in good demand at slightly higher rales, but wo fouod it difficult to disposo of o^ed ewes, graziora evidently not caring to take the ribk of lambing them down. Principle sales ; Thoa, Powers' 740 x wea. ners (mixed) c,t 15», Thoa. Fall's 203 x wcanors-14s 7d, W, 8. Wioson'a 228 wea ners (small) at 10 13d, Woodward Bros' weanerfl at 13s 9J. A. Adney'a f.m. ewes 10s Od, D. M'Arthur'a f.m. owes at 15s 6d, Thoa. Neill'a f.m# ewes 9s 9d, T. K Harris1 fm. owes at 12s Gd, lambs at 15s 0d, (J. ...
CLEANSING OF HULLS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
CLEANSING OF HULLS. A new method of cleansing a ship's hull from growths likely to impedo its progress was demonstrated m tho West India Docks, London, 011 tlio cable-laying ship Karaday. ^ Naval attaches from several countries woro present to watch the progress of tho work. At present ships' hulls aro cleaned by hand labour. Tho vossel has to bo dry-ducked for tho pur pose,, and valuabio timo is lost. By tho now process a hull can bo scrub bed whilst tho ship hes at anchor for coaling or tho shipment of cargo. It is claimed that a vessel 400 to ,500 feet long, with an averago draft, can bo cleaned in a working day. Tho apparatus consists of an electrically operated roller brush, susponded by cables trom a specially, constructed barge, and made to press against tho side of a vessel by tho lorco of a screw propellor. Tho bargo carries a very compact petrol olectrio generat ing set, ami tho power thus producod in made to operato tho winches and tho scouring brushes. Indicators aro pro...
TEACHING OF CINEMA. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
TEACHING OF CINEMA. l'eople ivlio luivo the catiso of eilti cation so earnestly at heart as to euro nothing at, all alifiut my pookot (or yours), have (iolii suggesting hitoly Unit, lilt) bioscope woulil mnko a ponii lai- substitute lor tho blackboard j., otoiHoumry schools. Tho ordin ary xcliuol curriculum would ahnusL certainly thou bo extended tu include .such suiijucU as: ?I'lio Habits of tho Tittlebat in L'euco and War. 7 i'ltehydeims of the l'eloponnesinu lYiiinijiilu. lliill-im-Honr with a Hornet, Anil so on. And knowledgo'of this kind is not to bo exchanged for all the riolies of tiolconud, as youthfi Icni'iiors may, in after life, havo oc casion to lintl (,ut lor themselves. i t is trite that Jill-go numbers of tlio malo scholais will, ,,, " fow niiio, probably bo honest British work men, living sturdily "" .strike nav while mom .visli'r.', ii-ill ho .smashing i'"'"'l,-V' "gitiitmg lor more oveniugs T;,!!1!1ll, what to gooUm«,s liic OKI t«t wi I oxpoi't of thom uoxt. .Still...
NEWSPAPER LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
NEWSPAPER LAW. 1. Subscribers who do not give e* press notlco to the contrary are considered as wishing to CONTINUE theirsubscrijition, 2. If subscribers order the diBcon tinuanceof theirpnriodicals, the publishot ruaycontinuo toaond them until ABBEABS are puid. 3. If ubecribers efuaeor neglect to tako periodical*, from the office to which thoy are direotod tlioy are RJSSPONSIBIIV until thoy have nettled thei bills and orderod the periodi'ial* to bo discon tinued. 4. If nuliBcribor remove to other plucoB without informing the publishers, mid tU« pupers are sent to their former direction, the mjbscri|)or are rosponailile. g. The courts hayo decided thi)f re fusing to tako periodicals from the oflioe or removing or leaving them uncalled for 18 prima facie evidence of intentional PIIADD,
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. Tho following wore the resultB of tho matches p^jyocl ill Mclbouruo on Saturday : LKAQUK. Ql. Bli. PTE. Esanudon OeoloiiR Richmond ... S'. Kildn .. Carlton Collinewood... ' Sooth Melbourne University ... Fitzroy Melbourne ... 0 13-67 5 11-41 . 9 14-68 9 12-06 6 16-52 5 15-45 9 16-70 8 7-55 12 11-83 8 15-63 ASSOCIATION. Footscray Brighton North Melbourne Brunswick ... Williamstown Essendon Hawthorn .» Port Melbourne Prshran Northcote ... . 12 14-86 . 4 8-32 . 10 ' 8-68 . 8 8-56 . 10 10-70 . 9 6-60 . 13 11-89 . 9 21-75 . 17 9 -111 . 5 13-43
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914
Clear out the Bunnies! A G-ood Stock of tlie Best Make of RABBIT TRAPS Has arrived and will be sold at a Reasonable Price for Cash. LANTHORNS, TRAP-SETTERS^ PILES, ETC., IN STOCK. Telephone No. 8. DAVID EAKINS, Omeo Fox* Private Sale. Township Properties. THAT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, "HOLMHURST," COOPER STREET, .OUtiO. Drawing room, large dining room, two large bedrooms, splendidly fitted bath room, vestibule, kitchen and maid's bedroom. Outhousos, 3-stalI stabling, buggy shed, largo store room and harness room. Netted fowl runs, and every con* vonience of a COMFORTABLE HOME Erected on Four township allotments of quartor* aore each, with frontages to two roads, divided into graBS paddock, luoorne paddock, vegetable garden and orchard, with largo drying ground and buggy drivo. Tho flower garden is one of the prettiost in Omeo, filled with choice standard and climbing rosea, and specially choice flowers of all kinds. In view of the certain improvement in the values of township properties...