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A GREAT TRIO. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

A GREAT TRIO. All Englishman, nil Irishman, and a Scotsman ivoro ono day arguing as to which of tlio threo countries pos sessed tlio fastest train. "Well," said tlio lCnglislinian, "I've boon in ono of our trains when tlio telegraph-poles liavo appeared to bo like a hodgo." '"I've .seen tho milestones appear like tombstones," said tlio Scot. "Ould vor whist-!" said Pat. "I was ouo day in a train in my country, and we passed a field of turnips and. n field of carrots, and then a fiold of cabbages and parsley, and then a pond of wa ter, and wo were going that quick 1 thought it was broih 1" Tlioro is an inscription on a sundial of tlio church in tho littlo village in Franco whore 1 livo: "A lumino nio tus" (I am moved by tho light). .'AmyiWst yo llrnvers 1 tell yo homes" is another old English inscription. But on an old liiarblo dial in an old gar den tlioro is ono of tho prettiest log onds: "Horas non nunioro nisi sore nas" (I count only tho hours which aro florono.)

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

Assisted by occasional use of Cuticura Ointment Cutlcurn Po.'ip ami nre fdI-.I llirouRiiout thPworlfl. A lihor.il «:?,«({ i-r cr.'-lt. with HWn Hook, ront pust-fnc.f Address It. Towns <i Co., Sydney, N.S$. W. PUBLIC INFORMATION. Postal Notices. Cadsilis Tongio West Swift's Crook linsny Turn bo Crossing Bruthen Bairnsdalo Melbourno Close at Omoo dull; at 6 o'clock a.m. Return mails duo at Omoo C.30 p.mj ; liinnotnunjio and Bonambra-Closes at J moo at (i a.m. daily. Return mails duo at 5.30 p.m. «Close at Omoo 011 I Tuesday, Thurs Glon WiiU I day and Saturday .Sunnyside I j ^ 8 tt'IU .. , , Hoturn mails duo Loose Bag \ Omoo Monday, I Wod. ' and Fri. < i at 4.30. p.m. Cobungra.- Leaves Omoo 9.1b a.m Saturday. Leave Cobungra on re turn same day at 1.30 p.m. Arrivos Omoo 4. ID p.m. Stirling (via Tambo CroamngJ.-(Jlueo at Omoo daily, arriving at post town on Tuosday, Thursday and Saturday; returning same days, Brookvillo (via Tanglo Woat),-Daily from Qmoo, arriving a...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

THE OMEO STANDARD, With which Is Incorporated the Oraeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, JUXE 23, 1914. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods1 Great Peppermint Cure, Is Cd. Applications, rcturnablo on tho 30th last, aro called in anothor column for tho position of librarian to tho Omeo publio library. PoreonB desirous ot travelling to Bairns dalo on Friday havo on opportunity of doing so by motor car, as Moonoy's car will bo running a return journey on that day. Notice is given in anothor colnmn that nil accounts owing to thu firm of J, and F. Tuylor must bo paid on or btforo {Saturday, July 1). All accounts owing by iho linn must be rendered by tho same dato, Mr G, H. Wise, who is a candidate for the representation of the GippsUnd elcc* torate in tho House of representatives, will address tho ratepayers at various places in tho Oinco district, as advertised in another column. TKe New South Wales Department of Agriculture has rcfiucd an offer of £1000 meirto by tho Victorian Minister of A...

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BEWARE OF THE DOG. THE MONEY EARNED BY MAKING CANINES SAVAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

BEWARE OF THE DOG. . THI3 MONEY EARNED BY MAKING iiij ^ CANINES SAVAGE. Not, only do (ho dealers who Hell 9ii>iu;c dogs make big incomcB. but t liey are benefactors to the commun ity. Week nftei' week instances are re Ported in the newspapers where loga hnve baulked burglars, and dis played almost human intelligence in | holding thieves until the arrival of liulp. A dog recently figured in a burglary case tried at Middk.se.v, and caused the presiding justicc to express a hope that soon dog sho.v j nil!hoi ities will establish n class, Willi himdsomo prizes attached, solely for ihe canine policemen. There arc two kinds of wntch-dogn -Hie noisy and the silent. The noisy give wani ng to their masters, but the silent lie round the comer an:l wait for their victims. in the latter category comes the perfectly-trained '.'lurcher." Ho will allow a burglar to enter a room, and watch him unconcernedly while ho stows away all the valuables; in a bag._ But should tho man try to i leave. Heav...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BALRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BALRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE. Each day, 2.15 p m.; arriviug Melbourne 10.40 p.m. Momiog trains, Monday, Thure* day and Saturday at 5.40 a.m. j arriviug Melbourne 1.30 p.m. MEL^OtfJttTE.TO BAIRNSDALE. Each duy at V 52 a.m.; aprjyjng Bcirr.a dalo 3.25 p. in. Night trains, Monday,; W&d* nesday, l«'ridoy and Saturday, 4.30 p.m. ; arriving Bairuadalo 12 miouteo past mid uiuht,

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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USEFUL RECIPES. VEGETABLE MARROW PICKLE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

USEFUL KECIPES. VEliKTABLE MARROW PICKLE. I Urns marrow, 2 quarts vinegar, 1 i z. giound ginger, 1 oz. tumeric, i .loaf sugar; a little cayenne, few finely cut shallots, salt. Peel and cut the marrow into small pieces, well sprinkle with salt, and let it stand lor ion hours; then'drain well. Put the van-gar, ginger, tumeric, sugar, cay enne. and shallots together, and boil 10 minutes, then add as much marrow as the liquid will cover. Simmer all loguihei 20 minutes, and then bottle. PADDY'S. PCDD1NU. Stone - oz. raisins, 2 oz. currants, and add them to - oz. each of ground rice, breadcrumbs, sugar, 3 oz. chop ped suet, and A oz. chopped candied peel. Take sullieient milk to well moisten the dry ingredients. Mix to gether; pour into a well-greased mould, and steam three hours. Servo with sherry sauce. POOH MAN'S DUCK. Hone half a shoulder 01 mutton and Jay it, open, spread with sago and union suiJiing, roll and Vie up into the shape of a duck (with wliiio tape). Hake or roast about, o...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE BRITISH SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

THE BRITISH SUBJECT. <v',!!g'-,r?us to tn,k i» KI1SM.I-<Uy dangerous indeed-duu goious lor nigh and low alike. tinker Jim, ol course, lmlsl bl; c j sscu among tlio low-his name suggests as much and his appearance coiiiinncd tho suggestion. Aowadnvs 10 Wps a. very respootabk public house, m the cosy bar parlour of ivljicli no sometimes tvils this storv; and the lolling of it bnug5 him golKj ,jwil ol custom. 1 ii am* days he was a Utile Lociiney i»r.;-.L'-tiy.lioi- u,Uv a fea ther-weight, bill very formidable i*. i;i" iiiul I'luki-d an n, M onderlaud ami takeu to St. I'elers liobf' lu l°IVL' oxhibitious ol liis I,,11" "'15 "11 I'XeolIeUt Jiltlo I'olloH- ol his kind though ho talked tlio Cock ney dialect, and bad other Coeknev oiiaiucteristics. It was no part o'l bis plutosopliy that, when ai Homo Olio .should do as the Konmus do On tuo contrary, ho remained as "ood a Coofciiey m St. i'eiersnuig as n, H hiteciiapel-ii irionii ol' freedom, in dependent m Ins outloo...

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TO ROUT THE ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

TO KOUT THE HNISMY. 'Mamma, didn't you say last vvtv.'k you wanted Iho curving kuifo and tJ>o chopper sharpened?" Miss Suburb: "Indued I did. dltfs his httlo heart! How thoughtful you ure! They are both .so bJunt as to be useless." "Well, I'll take 'em round to the cutler's for you." + ''How sweet of you to offer to do such tilings for your mamma, my little chorub. I'll wrap them nu!" "No, don't wrap them up. I want them to show. Thero's a hoy out there waiting to lick mo; but I fancy when ho sees ino coming Le'll v0 £10010."

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WEATHER AND CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

WEATHER AND CEIME. The weather-that over-fruitil'ul to pic of conversation-has now, m addi tion to its other shortcomings, to bear the stigma of boing the indirect cause ol* much of the crime that is commit ted. A AYciich scientist declares that av certain seasons of the year the ba rometer might be taken as a criminal register, just as well as a guide to atmospheric changes, because under certain conditions oi the atmosphere murders and suicides are bound to he more plentiful than under other con ditions. "During the passage of a storm where the temperatuie is ex tussive," ho says, "the atmosphere being thoroughly saturated with mois ture, a person perspiring very readily fiuds no relief from evaporation. In consequence he naturally foels very mueh depressed, and. if his mind is not a strong one, is likely to suffer a complete mental breakdown, often fol lowed by the awful results recorded from time to timo in the newspapers." The theory is not unreasonable, and a prominent member ...

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DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 June 1914

DIPHTHERIA OUTBREAK The prompt action taken by Dr. W. E. Tulloh and the local hospital authorities in dealing with the out break of diphtheria in the district has checked the spread of the disease to a considerable extent. There are now only 18 patients in the infections disease wards and the doctor expects to be able to discharge most of these by the end of the week. A ful supply of anti-toxin has been re- ceived by the Shire council and this may be obtained by applying to the shire secretary. The cost has been re duced to the minimum, and a tube at 3s 6d contains sufficient doses for two adults or for four children. Although indications show that the disease is on the decline, every precaution should be taken to prevent a recurrence, and people are urged to report to the doctor at once any suspicious symptoms no ticed in children. Come, fight the foo with sword and gun, Willi dreadnought, shell nod shot; Come, drive the alien hordes away, Protect this lovely spot. But first be wel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

SCHUTZE;® co., Pure Woollen UNDERWEAR Manufacturers. Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children's Combinations, v^rl Singlets end Drawers, etc.,! miido measure- Price ' Lists and Samples on application. BLOCK ARCADE, Melbourne. 282 Collins-street. Take Lift. T SCHRECK'S POULTICE. SCHRECK'S POULTICE. CAN CURE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI SONED SORES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCLES, JAR, WHITLOW, SPRAINS. BURNS, AND BAD LEGS. All Chemists-1/6 and 5/G. CUMBERLAND ROAD, PASCOE VALE (Near Coburg). i -7,-FCi^rfvft M 1; ML ti 10 15 !."> V, ir» i! 11 1; 41% I'OOTUALTj (.'l.OTlllN'li. ?Men's I'uU-Mzc .lerso.vs V M.'n's Rmnll-slze .li'rseys .>/« White Drill Knickers .. .. 2/0. 3/, Hlne Iiimcnrcp Knickers 2/0 Iilnoii Ivtili I'klus Mi Sp.vbll Hoots Elastic lhmilugo slz i/rt DISCOUNT GIVEN TO CLUBS. Sond for Our Free List containing Rules and Fixtures. (iOl.r I'l.VliS, COLF r.ALLS. iiockky STICKS, laukossk kacquets axp HVKKVTinx a row spokt. HAHT? ITY'^ sroKTs & UYCLE STORES, US SWANSTON O SP0ETS &a...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVIII. DETHRONED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

| A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAL'TKlt JMSTHUOXiSD. When the next morning Lenoro rv covered iroiu Iter swoon, aud up in her bed realised that aU wa over between hoiked and Uoluue Suuuev, a wave ot such sickness aud oi sorrow swept over nev soul, Uuu n beemecl to curry liult her lite with it, l'oor Lenoro! she looked dazed and shaken euough m ail eouj-ciouco, US she crept 10 the light, feebsy wonder m gwhat had really happened; it she ivab so wile at all, but merely a sha dow-a wraith oi h's past-iier uioi ahum she may have seen for ihe last time. As she put her hand to Iter head, ihe found her hair had gone, Uiiit tv was cut (juiio cojso her head, as u had been once be) ore, when she haU been seut to prison, and she laughed a little, aud sat dowu again to tUmk. Was slio to be uhuiys wronged? Was she always, 10 sutlerir--meet wj^i cruelty aud iugratituder Art had come to Iter under angelic guise, art tiiat might have sustained, and lilted her above mortals and mortal ills, liut ...

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THE COMPOSITION OF MILK. AND THE CHEESE MADE FROM IT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

THE COIsiPOSiTiOM OF MILK. AND THR OHKKHFi MADE FROM IT The report of tlie Experiment Sta tion and Hairy School nt Konig.i borg, Prussia, contains some inter esting experiments «h to the rela tion between the composition of mills (ii)il Hie checso made from it by Dipl. Ing. Laskowslty, second assist ant. Tho report covers various kiwis o( cheese. ant! takes 32 pages ill "Milchw. Zcutrnlhlatt," 8U I confine myself to tlie author's conclusions, which rca<l: J. Against expectations, the varia tions in the nitrogen were greater (lii'.n in the fat in the milk, which was a tillable for our experiments. 2. The passing of the individual rr.!!-;lit,iunts of tile checne milk into Ihe ihccse ,is not of such a simple nature as the representatives of sci n-e as well afi of practice have hitliurto been inclined to assume. .!. The co-relation between tho fnt pcrcnitnge of the milk and that of 111-.! water-free Tilsiter while milk cheese produced theretrom exists but in a small degree. 4...

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HOW TO AVOID POISONING BY FOOD. DANGERS OF EXPOSED MEAT AND WHY TINNED GOODS ARE GENERALLY SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

HOW TO AVOID POISON ING BY FOOD. .A (By WILLIAM LEK HOWARD, M.D.) DANGERS OP EXPOSED MIS AT AND WHY TINNED GOODS ARR GENERALLY SAFE.' Indigestion, leanness, over-fatness, and many of tho unpleasant states of the body nnd mini arc bro'.ig'it, about, by for.d poisoning. There pro distinct poisons taken 'in with the food duo to the presence of deadly bacteria. This is not nn uncomi'Kii occurrence, and under tin prc;cn'-. governmental neglect in public health is going to in-rca';e. Ill3 most common form of po'soning is from the effects upon the body o' overeating ; of eating foods and fruits out of season, and most of u.'l carelessness in seeing that whit in eaten is clean, fresh, and lias been kept free from btrcet dust, flies, and foul emanations from sewers and gutters. I once attended a whole family of nine who bar! been poi soned by fish bought from a pedlar. Two died, and only by the lucky chance of having a large cyl^nlir of oxygen on hnnd did we save the rest. The frying pan sho...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MEWS FROM ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

MEWS FROM ABROAD. I ho latest invention .in connection with the aeroplane is a Bystem of signalling invented by Mr. James Means. The apparatus enables the aviator to communicate with the | land, or with scouts on other ma chines during flight. The signals are given in puffs of lamp-black oper ated by Uio exhaust pipo ot thu mo tor. Five hundred workmates of a very , popular Hull railwayman were so ! well prepnrcd on his wedding day with confetti, rice, and- peas, t.lu\t en the way from Kind's Hall (where the ceremony was performed) bride and bridegroom became separated in the rush, and while tho bride, made her way home safely, the police were j telephoned for to rescue the bride groom. The officers got a cab, and so took tho ncwly-madc husband to join his wife. Tn Hove Cemetery have just been laid side by side the bodies of two lifelong friends-Frank Washington, and James Fnrrell, of Hove. They were born in the same year, educated at the same school, . and remained close friends ev...

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THE BUSINESS OF SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

THE BUSINESS OF SLEEP. Sunshine it* good for everything but foathors. The best number of persons to each bed is-ono. Away with heavy hangings, either above or below the bed. Bowaro of a dufety, musty carpet; hotter sweetness and a bare floor. Do not fail to provido somo means for vontilivtion during tho night. Keep trJio head cool while slcoping, but not by a draught of cold air fall ing ui>on it. If a folding bed must ho used, con trive somo way to koep it aired and wholesome. Lot the pillow be high enough to bring tho head in a natural position, no moro nor less. Thoroughly air the sleeping room every day; air the beds and bedding.as often as possible. A dark, out-of-the-way, uuwholo aomo cornor is no moro iittcd for a sleeping-room than for a parlour. A feather bed which has done ser vice for a generation or two is hardly a desirablo thing updn which to sleep. When you go to hod malco a business of sleep. Whenever tho nervous woman feels that she is losing her sleep, she will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

Suffered Greatly, Continual Scratch ing Caused Small Sores, Cuti cura Soap and Cuticura Ointment Completely Cured. Cr. WcrnyisB and Harrington Sts.; Mar rlckviilu, N. .S. \V.-"1 sufFercd very Rreatly from nkiu trouble which >vas con Uned to my head. Jt commenced with euvero Irritation of tho scalp, and the con tinual scratching consequent upon this caused small sorv.s to appear. "I lieurd of tho Cuticura Remedies and sent for a uainplo of tho Cuticura Ointment and used it as directed along with Cuticura Soap and thoso very speedily relieved and I can now say bavo completely cured mo, as tho Irritation and sores have (jullo dis appeared. Tho Cuticura ttuap Is, I con sider, so nlco for toilet, purposes.'! (Signed) S, D. Campbell, June, 1D1U. RASH ON BABY'S FACE 7figh(;a(c St., Strathdold, N. S. W.-. *'*\Vlun my little son was between two and Ihreo yours old a raj-h oanio out on his face, round about bin temples and cheek bones, and was hot. red and soro. I was told that it was a sk...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A BETTER DANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

A BETTER DANCER. Two "wild Hiclandmen," recruits ot a famous kilted corps, were visiting au English church lor the first timo They had not long boon seated wlum tJio organist began to play a lively voluntary. This was something quite novel iu their church experience, awd they listened in open-mouthed aston ishment. Ono of them was shortly roused from his blissful revario by a gentlo tap upon tho shoulder. Turning round, ho saw a handsomo lady, tho owner of the pew, who smiled graci ously upon him and wished, of courso, to bo allowed to pass to hor seat. Ho did not, however, take in tho situa tion. "Na, na, mem, talc ma mate hero," he whispered to her audibly, "ho will be a better dancer than mo!"

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ACCIDENT AT WORKS. ZAM-BUK HEALS PERFECTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

ACCIDENT AT WORKS. ZAM-BUK HEALS PERFECTLY. Carpenter?, station handp, shearers, farmers, mechanics, miner?, timber cut,tors, painters, labourers-in fact, «il cUhhch of workers-stand in daily need of Ztm-Bak'd soothing and heal ing aid. Unless that simple out1, liroise, or pinch is properly dressed with Zim I3uk thero is grave danger that, infl immation, fbsteriqg, or blood poison will sob in. This nuy mean months of suffering and compulsory iilli'iiesf. If, however, Zim-Buk is at> onoe smeared over an injury, tlia balm's juices sootho away smarting pain, for iify the wound againBt disease, aud Busuris rapid and perfoob benling. " Whilst) outting timber,'' says Mr C, Chandler, of 293 Fuztirgald Sr., Perth, W, A,, '? tho saw j'lggi'd the 'op of my thumb and out half through the nail. It was a naBty, painful wound, but Ztm-Buk quickly cased the smarting pain and, irritation, started the healing process, and in a few d»ys porfeotly cured the thumb." "While working on tho tramways," ...

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WHEAT THRESHING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914

WHEAT THRESHING. Threshing is the oporation of beating out and separating the grain from the straw and chaff, which is chielly dono ftt the present day by steam power. In Victoria and many other parts of the world the. traction steam engino is largely employed. By its use two pur poses are servod, namely, that of thresh ing and hauling. In the earlier days of Victorian farming the portable engine was practically the onlj' moans by which the farmer could got his grain crops throshod, which necessitated i\ team or two of good horses being kept in readinosR for shifting tho plunt

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