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FEDERAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
jtBDEKAL POLITICS punch, in reviewing tho Federal fluvs: "Tho p"ty louder# r"hnr.Hicl.'..d if they allow the "P . Those ooristitueucioa in : ff majorities ,Batt y°"r 7 i-hfti) 2600 can bo swung over by ,ii,.y appealing not to npnoial P hur. lo national feeling, and "«"r,7 s'u.Mil'i bp concentrated upon , Australian development tho in 7 them" of policy. So far 7"IwB bi'iMi littlo morn than party ' mill personal abuoo talked; IVuctivn thought is at a premium, 'd poli.ioi-tns think more of the ' vliiHL' Canberra than of the (run- of M»o producing industries tho opening of ,,BW ln"k"ts' Wh«t 'l"n average Australian wants is , police &lt;0 net, on-to Rutland, if he country worker, to g«t bolter i»nd cn,,fidf"t. A veteran ex-leader 19 c,edited with the viow that Liberals ,r(. snfe in oflice for ton years ; but itijlies nro father of many ?-thoughts. Liiipral reports certainly toll of brighter nrowct.", lllBrn seRm9 ,t0 b6,' n° Ld or no portent of a debacle euch as .b t inlrt Tl.«&...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
Clear out the Bunnies! A Good Stock of the Best Make of RABBIT TRAPS Has aiTived 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. MflCARTHUR & CO., Cattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIPPSLAN1? AUCTION SALES conducted iti any part i of Gippsland , and at Omeo District equired, Lettc wad Telegram* f «lokly answered Anotlonecr for the Firm A. N. SlAOiRTHURi Who Conducts all Auction SaleB and Buperintenda all Business oi the Firm. District Representative : H. M'iULLAN. SWIFT'S CREEK w. H. GOOS'flBES, Coachbuilder and Wheelwright. E N S A. Y. ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE ON THF. PREMISES. Vehicles Uought and Exchanged. Estimates given for all classes of Dwellings. SIDEBOARDS. Dre>SEIH, SAFES, TANKS JJadc on the Premises. Address-NEAB ESSAY STOW:, ENSAY OMEO STUDIO Get your Photograpny done Looally ENLARGEMENTS MADE, THE STUDIO ia fully equipped w...
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. The following account aro lying at the eub'tro&uury ; A. Mewha, E. J. Kooteey, Jus. Bartlett and another, H. P. Bittaer and other?, F. A. Cane, 8. J. DoLany, G. Haylock, \V. 0. Heath, J. Hiokey, J, Rogers*
HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMATCH ACIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
HOW TO NEUTRALISM DANGEROUS STOJlAUH ACIDS. Few poople bosides phyeioians refine the importance of kenping the frod contents of tbo stomach free from aoid fermentation. Healthy nnrui'il digestion csunob tako place while the delicate lining of tbo Btoraaoh in being inflamed and dinlended by acid and wind-tbo reiultB of Fermenting food in the stomach. To Beetire perfect digestion, fermentation munt be stop ped or prevented, und tbe acid neutra iised. For this purpose phyaiciops ?easily recommend getting a little bisu rated magnesia from tbeohemiaband tak ing half a teaBpoonful in a little hot or cold water immediately after eating. They recommend biaarated magnesia becaosa it) ia pleasanb to take, has no diaugreeahle after effects, and instantly stops fermentation, neutralises the aoid and makea the Eour acid food bland, sweet) and easily digeated. The regular use of biaurated mng neBio-be aure you get the btsurated, aa other kinds of magnesia are of little value-is an absolute guaran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
OFFICE! writes this kite. iVIr. Charies Rock, of 42 G!aden=st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years has filled an important position in the , R/ieJfoaunrse Tramway and O.B.. Company, writes this Setter, which other officials can confirm, to This is a Document of special interest to aii railway and tramway men. 42 Bladen Street, East Brunawick, 2/4/12. CtetWEWTS TONIC BaVD.i ' ' ' ' "It was tho ond of Deoombor, 1911, that I caught cold and was laid up with pleurisy, whloh booamo very eorlaus. Thedootor thought It advisablo to consult with another phyalolan regarding my Illness. For throo days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DECREES. My lire WAS 0E8PAIRED OF, OUT IT WAS THROUGH TAKING THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AM IN THE LAND OF THE LIVING TO-DAY. Ho advlsod my WlfO to got CLEMENTS TONIC FOR ME. ' THERE VMS LlfE IN THAT MEDICINE.' I am oonvlnosd that whon ho said, 'Llfo In Clements Tonlo,' thoy woro THE TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I am euro that I would havo^boon In my last rostlng plaoo only f...
WARSHIP BLOWN UP. NEW ENGINE OF DESTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
WARSHIP BLOWN UP. NEW ENGINE OF DKSTUCCTJON. A warship was Mown up by wireless oIF Portsmouth during an experiment with ft mysterious invention wh.th ;:i» Admiralty arc testing (said the "Daily Express" of Oftob.T 'J7. Tho ship on which the experiment was made w.i. the second-class cruiser Terpsichore, a ves sel of 3100 tons, and she now !,&lt;>s in dock with her bottom blown to pipers. Tho dotnils of tlio invent on are jea lously guarded, but it is known that for sonic weeks b-'fo.o tlio experiment was made the vessel was m dockyard hands, and that a mysterious ji. .. box was fixed to tlio bottom ui u»e ship. On Wednesday morning last tlio .Terpsiehoro was lowed to Stokes JJny, and from ft battl.ship. believed to booighfc miles away the material con tained in tho box .was exploded by a wireless ray, or sp'iru: ' ^ and tho cruiser wa.s afterwards seen to havo a heavy list lo pon. Five dockyard tugs, which were waiting in tlio distance cl.s d in en &lt;hj cau ser, ...
THE USE OF BOTH HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
THE USE OF BOTH HANDS. Arguing from tho fact that there is no sound reason why tho left hand should hut be developed usually with t/io light hand, says a writer m Tho Kng'iih Mechanic, and from tile fur ther fact that many physicians who have given the matter some stndv seo in the use of both hands to tho same extent very satisfactory results on tho general health, school authorities in Germany have mado left-hand work during part of the time compulsory ou the student, .Much of tho mechanical work that is now done with the right hand could bo done as well with tho left hand, if that inembjr were sufficiently train ed, and tho division of labour thus made possible would not, only result in more efficient work, but an increased quantity of it. It is, of course, very evident that when both hands ore equ ally dexterous, they may be used al ternatv.lv, and the worker, never need stop tor rest; for as soou as one hand gels tired he" can use tho other. Accordingly tho German author^ ties h...
FOR GARDENERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
FOR GARDENERS. Sl;ll another remedy l'or sings. The tollowing methyl U;»h been recommend ed ill "(.i:irdoi«i«iy Illustrated," by o .o WHO iiaa u.st-u n, u&lt;r two years, and cleared his rockery of slugs, catching as many as 'JOU or 300 a night, until the returns caine down to less than a dozen. 'lake a sweet orange, and em it in two. eros-ways, sucking out the jiiuu? and niusi, of the ileshj put this | down in tho rockery, and the sings will be lound there next- morning, i'rom Iiith' one-, the si/.o of a pfnTs head, to 1) g oiu's. T'liey cannot resist, the orange. 1 found, in tho early summer, it was a good plan to examine tho traps just. I) fore getting dusk, for if yon Ii 1 ltd up a trap in tho afternoon, there would bo 110 signs of .sings, hut you would Jind quite a lot just before the lig'it was passing. Get a pot ot salt and water, and a Jong wooden iad d. Wlu n lilting the trap many sh:gs will he found inside; lift those oni- into tho pot with a wooden label. Others w...
ENROL YOURSELVES [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
ENROL YOUKSELVESI ID viow of ilm approach of ati elec tion, nil eligible persons would bp well ndviHt'd to sea to their enrolment. us speedily as possible. Every nmn or woman not) under 21 years of age, whether married or unmarried, who is a uat.ural born subject or ntauralised subjeob, oud has lived in Australia for some period of his or lier life for at least) eix months continously, and hag lived in a subdivision of a Federal electorate for a month at the time the claim ia made, is entitled to vote Every person so qualified who fails apply for enrolment is liable to penalty. The neceB3ary forms may be obtained without fee on application to any post-master, Commonwealth electoral registrar or Commonwealth returning officer. Similar action ia also necessary where an elector changed bid or her address, but does not movo outside tbe subdivision ; where on elector desires to correct any error in Iub or her enrolment, or where a female elector'changes her name by marriage. The forms wh...
MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
MINING NOTES. Tungio Dredge, 20th,-Keaumcd dredging niter rain. Kuloring de*por J mot* pro. funblo ground. Yivlu, H4Jox gold Maudo Reefs, Gippaland, lOih-No 4 rleo to 47ft.; mullocky reef, notpiyabln. Erootion of comproaaor plant well forward. Forsyth and party tributora olcaned up 0 tons for IOok. Caaailia, (Jippslaml, 15th,-Xcut toCerea* reof out C32lt.; change coming in oountry, mineral reins and diorite ; reef in No. 7 et open 2ft., payable gold. No. 8 atopoa. reef 2ft. Oin., payable. No. 0 ilopoi. reef 2Jft, p&ynblo. lCxpeut further improvement an we rino. Battery cruahing ono shift. Hats now plenty of power, aim putting moro men on in atopce. X^or Children's Hacking Cough nt Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, la Cd.
THE SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
THE SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-la reply to the letters *p peering in the Standard on tho 16th ic.sf., all I desire to fay.i* th»r. if chosn pernons who feel ihey have a i;rip v ance against) me for doing whut I .considered my duty, ub a representa tive of the ratepayers, will attend ttho next meeting of fho ehiro coun .cil on Tueaday, July 7, they will gen ?the true facts of tho OISP. I have .just returned to Omeo, otherwise I would have replied to Ihe letters before. As io iB I do nob intend to ?enter^ into any newspaper controversy with tho writers of the letters or their champious. They nre all entitled to attend tho council meetings and that is the place I intend to make my de fence. I invite the clooost investiga tion into my actiouB as a representa tive of the ratepayers ovor this or any other notion of mino as a councillor. -"SourB etc., HENRY PETERSEN", Omeo, June 23, 19H.
CORRESPONDENCE. The columns of this paper are open to correspondence on matters affecting the public interest. Letters should be written upon one side of the paper only, and must in all cases he accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but to show the editor who is responsible for the statemets made. POSTAL FACILITIES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
CORRESPONDENCE Theoolumna of thinpapor nrooponto corroepon donco on mnttors nffoctlug tho publlo Interest. Lottora should bo writton opoa ons eldo of tho papor only, and rnURt in all cubobIio nccompanled by tho natuo and address of tho writer, not noccssarily for publication, bntto show tho odltor who is roeponeiblo for tho stntomonta made. POSTAL FACILITIES. TO TIIE 15DITOII. * I Sin,-Since living no 'ihis end of t the town the inconvenieuco of the ! post office being so fur away from the buaiuess portion of the town has been very strongly brought under my notice. I feel sure that all will agree with me that) it) would not bB asking the Postmaster-General too much to have » letter-box erected at the corner of Day Street and Tougio road, on the Library grounds, for the tienefit of those residing at that «ad of the towD. ' I think the pre sent time opportune an we will have Mr Wise and Mr Bennett iu the district shortly, and whichever one is elected to represent ub will, I feel sure,...
OMEO GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
OMEO GULF CLUB. Tho monthly modal hntidioap of uino hulflB .wbb played ou Wednesday, 17th inst,, B-nrJ when the oards were haudod in, (ho following renult w«« dinoloHed A. B. Liuuio ... \V. (Jioso T. HUrlinR L H. Nicholson G. D. Pollinor ... J.Hhanah&n ... L J> WiUun ... II. 0. Milan ... W. J. Cnlcior ... . F. A. Onno In llio ladies' di Groin. Hdop. Not. 48 4 44 63 ?"?8 44 45 tcr. 45 68 11 47 66 i 8 47 CO 8 48 07 0 .48 68 8 60 60 8 61 01 fl 62 vision Mr» S i&lt;Unv and Mm Qro9(i tied for first. pUct
FOOTBALL NOTES. TAMBO VALLEY. BINDI V. ENSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
FOOTBALL NOTES TAMBO VALLEY. BINDI V. ENSAY. Tbo Arab meeting of tboaa clubs thij aeueou took place ub Tonigio ou Saturday, the weather conditions b» log' porfecD and. the attendance Rood, linsay kicked down hill in the first quarter, but with tbia advantage could only score three Ijnliintia, while Hindi notched three goala and (wo bebindr. After the change of eoda the game was evenly contested, Euhoy ilnproving liheir poaition by aome ex cellent play, scoring 2.4 to 3 poiolt'. After the half time interval the game waa of an even character right) through to 'cho finish, the final aoores being, Ensay 4.11; Bind! 3.12. Enaay'a beat players were P. M'Ooy, Cardilini, W. and J. Al'Coy, John ston and Masters (2), while J. and B, Yapp, Eraser, Carroll and Huggina showed. oeuD form for Bindi. Beoambra team will travel to Cas silii. to-morrow to fulfil their engage ment with the local club iu connection with the Omeo District competition. Th'-y have bean training and hope to turn their loab ...
RAILWAY TO OMEO. WHERE THE SURVEY WILL STOP. SWIFT'S CREEK THE TERMINUS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
RAILWAY TO OMEO WHERE THE SURVEY WILL 8T0P. 8WIFI'S CJRE1LK THE TERMINUS. Souie little timo ago, whOD a report was circulated throughout tbo districb that the survey, ab prossnti being curried out for tbo railway line from Bruthou to Omeo was to terminate at) Swift's Creek, tlio Becrotary of the Omeo league, Cr. Grose, wrote to Mr J»P. Cameron, M.L.A., urging that the survey bo continued to Omeo. To this request the following letter was received from the Becrotary of the Railways Standing Committee, and forwarded, with a lotter from Mr Cameron, to Mr Grose. " Referring to your request, on be half of thn residents of Omor,, that the Railways Standing Committee should ask the Honorable tbo Minister of RailwRys to have tbo srirvey of the proposed railway to servo the Upper TmiiIIO Valley continued ou to Omoo, I have tbo honor, by direction of tbo Cpruuiictee, to inform you that wheuit reported last Novembe r on the ques tion of a railway]connf xion with Omeo it recommended that a devel...
THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FKIDA Y, JUXE 26, 1014. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,la 6d. Applications, returnable on the 30eh iust. are called in another column for the position of librarian to the Omeo public library. A new regulation in regard to absent voter# at Fedoral elections will itop an elootor from votiog as an abaenV voter who hat been within one mile of a polling booth In his or her sub division on polling day. Notice is given In another column that all accounts owing to the firm of J. and F. Taylor must be paid on or before Saturday, July 11. All accounts "owing by the firm must be rendered by the same dote. i It is notified in auother column that "Mr ; 0. A. Da Ve has been appointed by the ; trustees in the estate of C. Kodgers and Co, ; to collect all debt*. AceountB must be settled or arranged for by July 1. The Gippslanci and Northern Co o tive Selling Co., Ltd, has been appointed ! the wholesale distri...
TRICKED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
THICKED. "I say," shouted an urchin, poising his head in at the villngo butcher's shop, ''there's a big black; dog just gone down tho street, with a tongue in its mouth." Seizing a chopper, the butcher rush ed out lifter I lie canine llHof. He caught a glimpse of a dug just liming tho street corner, and gave chnso; but after much dodging nnd twisting, eventually lost sight of tho animal. * "ilavo you soon a hip black dog witli a tongue in its mouth?" |U) asked of a group of ioitorers. "With a tonguo in its mouth ?" said one, derisively. "Did you over seo one without?*' Enlightend. tho butcher returned to his shop, to iind that ho had lost, not a tongue, but a good-sized joint though it is safe to say a dog was not the thiof. Variety 1 There lies tho magio. 'Tis tho golden hoy. 'Tia tho toy that amuses Without it in tho wife, tho man is :v Turk; with it?> ho is her slave, and faithful. A wife must bo many wives. If sho would havo Jior husband's lovo sho must he many wo men to him,...
AMENDED HOME RULE BILL. IN HOUSE OF LORDS. DISSATISFACTION EXPRESSED [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
I I AMENDED HOME RULK BILL. IN HOUSE OF LORDS. DISSATISFACTION EXPRESSED Ttio Amending Horao Uulo Bill han boon introduced into iho Houbo of Lards and contains nothing beyond tlin olfor mado by Mr .Asquitb iu March, which was that) Ufoter may contracb out of tlm echeiue by n bare majority. Lord Lsudsdowuti enid tho govorn menti know perfectly woll that tho bill would nut avert) civil war, booauBO it3 would ltiave uudcr the Houio Rulo yoko cm l ain arena in which thero woro small Nationalist majorities, bob in which tho larRf minorities woro pre ponderant in wealth, education and induNtry. Tho tiuio limit) meant that the'Cuhincb wished Ulster to remain with a n0060 round its neck. The bill was road for tho first) time.
WARM WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 26 June 1914
WARM WOIiK. An amusing story is told by an Indian Mcdioal Servico man, who, writ ing to ilie "British Medical Journal," states thai tho story was current in his student days. A country doctor, roturning from a visit in tho small hours of tho morn ing, in the time of the "body-snatch ors," had to pass a secluded burial ground in which a deceased pationt had be*?n interred tho dav boloro. When ho reached tho wall no saw a horso and trap standing unattended on tho road outside. Looking cau tiously over tho^ wall, ho saw that two men had just disinterred tho corpse. Standing in tho shadow ot the walU he saw them bring out tho budy and i>laoo it in a sitting position on tho seat of tho. trap, so that when they drove away tho body, which they had wrapped in a dark cloak, would in the dun light look like a third man sitting between tho other two. They got "over the wall again to fill in tho grave. Tho doctor lifted the body down from tho trap, laid it under tho wall, and seated himself ...