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PERTINENT QUERY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
PERTINENT QUERY. There had boon a missionary Her man, and L-ollcotion nt n certain church and a littlo girl who accompanied lier Jfatlier t:> the H:rvio ajcmod perplexed and meditative. When sho renchod homo tJio disked 'lor mother whether the natives of Africa, of whom they had lienrd, woro any clotlics. "No," ropliod tlio mother, "tlioy don't." "Then," retorted tho observant young lady, "what was the ubo of the button that fattier garo to tlio col lection ?"
RAGTIME OR RINGTIME? [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
RAGTIIYiL OR RINGTIME? Tho editor of &lt;he "Vineyard," Maud© Egerton K iii^. contributes to her mag azino an i.ie.i entitled "ltagtiuio or - Uingtime.' Sho describes ft visit to a ragtime performance,^ which occu- | pied tho greater part ol an afternoon and contrasts it with a lecture, illus trated by sword, morris, and country daneea, given by'Mr. Cecil Sharp, and iho dancers oi ilia ij'olk-Daiieo Society. t Tho witticisms of tho ragtime per- , formanee, s1m» says, played recurrently ; round a subject least belonging in that ' sterile world-tho baby, whilo the [ dancing was characterised by its cyni- j cal inversion of all normal feeling for I lovo, beauty or pleasure. Nor dici leaving tho music hall mean immediate escape, for the ragtime had the power to taint one's outlook ou everything. Kvorything seemed to bo jerking, gro velling to '..be discords and broken mea sure of ragtime. How different .Mr. i Cecil Sharp':; 'iaud of youDg peopJo! I)e- j lightful as health and pl...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
In Memoriam. ROUEKTS*-Iti sad and loving remembrance of our dearly beloved eldest daughter, Gladys, ?who died OD the Uth day of July, 1913. .Aged 14 years Smooths. Her checifui smile aud kindly uaye Are jiloa-'aut to recall ; She had a friendly word for each, And died beloved by all. -Inserted by her loving father, mother, brother* aa&lt;l sister*.
WOMAN'S RIGHTS IN THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
WOMAN'S RIGHTS IN THE GARDEN. 1 do believe, thai when it cornea lo gardening a woman lias some rights, oven though they may not be enumer ated in the Constitution. To begin with, I belicvo that: every woman has a right to a garden, It's natural to want to gallon and dig in the dirt and watch things grow and pick dowers and vegetables. And es pecially for tho woman ou the farm. If L were a woman on a farm, I'd havo a pardon or hUve a fight. And it wouldn't, bo a little old weedy corner next to tho hedge, but a nico, big, clean pioco of ground, tho best land on tho farm, fenced hog-and-chicken-tight and plow ed and harrowed by the men folks tho first- tiling in the spring. And above all, a woman is entitlod to good first-class tools to work tho garden with. .Honest, now, sister, what kind of lools have you got to earo for your garden with7 Show 'cm up! I know just about the list, anyway, it's an old I'onimon hoe, probably rusty and dull; a rake with several teeth brokon or bent and th...
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. Ka i-l v U'slor.v.- A brief sketch of the progress i)l* wireless ti-!i'^iaplo its inception inav prove lutereat !m 1^ Hertz, of Germany, proved tho existence of electric waves, tiiil devisul means for producing ami detecting them. In 1890, Hranl.v, ot ''lllllCV, hlOllgllt llllt » SCIISltlVO 10 toetor, which was later unmoved by Xir Oliver Lod|;e, of I'luglaml, mid caVed a coherer. Mareoiii subsequent y pel feet,.il it, ami &lt;fced it 111 l,ls .ear'-v practical work. In lS'.Ki Marconi was "ranted tlio lirst patent, for a wireless telegraph .system. In this system ho »pi)ilod ill a practical manner tlio Hertzian waves and tlio lltanly co herer. Lodge was responsible lor « svntonie system, that is. a sending and i" receiving apparatus which could lie turned to the same period of oscillu tion. Since then numy improvements have heen patenied, and at the pre sent time a great number ol systems ire in existence. t hiol of these aio JIarconi, Lo'.lge-Muirhead, ...
INFLAMMATION OF THE LUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
INFLAMMATION OF THE LUHGS. Th:x is a d..-^ i'.j'o wh oil 1 r-. (pn nily &lt;n cms in farm hiot-U In earlv winter, par ticu.a.ly in u...s>it-iioi\d d s.r.ct.>. h is g-imrady accepted thai. inlection lb due to a ;j,t r:u winch is transmissible, lino &lt;>i i.iio syiup.i.ms is sli.wring, then fewriMmess, l.:b .roil Invathii.g, qn.ck t»i:ig i.i t&lt; o puis , by placing the ear lo the chest a n.sil.:;g s,.und can be- hoard. ami ;i o memlKams of the 1.0s b e in.- s>arUvb. C n stipatioa is gem-rally rxp-rU'iiL\(l, and the tom peralmv Hi;iy re.icii lOodog,, or mors ab..ut lin.- venth day. The animal .should he kcp.. rugged and in a warm stall, whore pK:i.;ty of fr-i'sh water is available. Sponge ulio no.-arils with warm water,, apply frequently hot fo mentations i'-> Uu> suLs, and continue them day and night, li' tJi: bowel are not noting, give injections of J in - seed oil ami warm water, or of warm :-uapy water. (i;ve small dos^s of 10 tinv* of a...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
NEWS SUMMARY. Boys were seen ratching yoiiug bar racouta in; quickly as they \»ould haul thorn up. Larger fishes wore also being naught. A station lino of comeback wethers was sold on Monday jit Hamilton at tho record price of 30/ each. Two of the boys from the training .ship, John Murray have been engaged for tho homo trip on the barcpio Inver cauld. M. Zakarhow, a Kussian agricultural expert, is A member ol' a company which will begin operations shortly on the Daly ftiver, with a view to growing ico, cotton ami tobacco. A movement is on foot, l'or Uio cst-abhshmcnt . f a Now Zealand dairy colony in Chili, represent u tive-> will dopnij, shorty to study fllie prospects in Chili. British breeds were dominant at tho annual sheep .show at the Royal Agri cultural Ground. There, were ."OS en tries, of which IOC were in tho merino section. IJefcurn.s published by (he Federal Treasury show that there are now 10*1,1 HS old age and invalid pensions in force, tho total annual rate of pay ...
NEW ROAD-MAKING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
NEW ROAD-MAKING MACHINE. An exporimen.a! test has been made in Paris ol' a puj taljjo I'oaU-jjjondiiJg machine, consisting of a six-horse punoi' gasoline engine, actuating an uir-cumpr&lt;.ssur, .lie air b-'ing led lroni a storage tank ;o a pneumatic ram mer and a pneumatic pick, thjj lat ter being described as merely a niudi Jieal.ou of tho weU-kiiuwn jmeumatie riveter. The woikmau holds the tool eioso io the road and pushes tho pick under tho surlaeo, raising it up as ho proceeds. Ji j* said mat tho work was done at u much fas or rate cliau was possible %yitlx tho ordinary pick, Tho pneumatic rammer also gave good results. Ono advantage ot: tlic s.vs em ;s that several men can work from the Miiiio compressor plant. Tho trial see s lo indicate that mechanical roadmenduijj; is more e/l'ec.'ivo than the present method. At this, season of- tho - year, wIIGJJ soro throat is so much complained or, it. wouM appear, almost impossible "to name enough liniments or gargles, to OJIO o...
MESSAGES THROUGH THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
MESSAGES THROUGH THE AIR. - We can communicate through tho by sound waves,light waves and hert zian wave-?. Wireless clegrapny JS done by means oi: ihu ia.si. Jits range Js to-day su much uirther than -thai ot any te-'i graphic s\stem based upon light ur sound iliut it has been a^Ked it tiiis superiority might nut be due to .the i'aut lJiiit wnoiess telegraphic sys tems ale operated by a mechanical power iar greater llian any Wnu has hi horto been applied to ught or io sound, An engineer, l>r Duddell, has been trying to suivo this quesiion, tak ing as a basis o! Ins calculations a disiauee oi 100 miles. 'io send her - z.ian waves lius distance, tho antenna mu.sfc ladiate abou. 300 watts of elee triciiy. A light olr 1-10 candle power is visible .02 of a mile away; to be visible 100 miles away, the ligh. must bo 2«j(j0 oand'o power. To produce such a light 2u0 walls arc necessary, To produce a sound liiafc can bo heard 100 miles away, a mochaiiieal iorco oi 1-13 watis is necessary....
DEPENDS ON THE BAIT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
DEl'EXDS OX THE BAIT. Fish fitorios aro supposed to be un ique ns stretchers of the imagination; but none boats 'the story to!d by a uvom visitor at "Washington. It seems that one ot his acquaint ances, a traveller 01' somo note, luul s.ild u small farm to an Irishman, ana f.ho Iat/cor was complaining because t-iiore were no birds in his garden. "Set some traps," suggested 'the iravellier, "and they will come."' "Sliuro, a:i' will th.y come "thin?" "Yes. 1 was once in Africa, ami there wasn't a woman, I hau been told within two hundred miles. 1 wawted fjmeono to cook. So 1 hung a pair of earrings and a bracelet on a tree, aud the next morning found five ap p:ii*antt> under the branches."
FOOD INFLUENCE OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
FOOD INFLUENCE OF MILK. Tho milk of .'ill classes of farm ani mals contains considerable proportions »f albuminoids, fats, and carbohydrates, says a writer in n recent leaflet issued by tin* 11 .>;ir.I of Agriculture. Those -i are manufactured by the ani mal from ingredients of the body, which obviously must, bo replaced by feeding it' tlu1 *4eomli: ion " of the animal is to b" maintained. Tin* production of titiU: :":it :ind tili 1 k ^ntjar oan bo sustained by supplying oil and carbohydrates in tho food, but only albuminoids will servo for tho production of tho albuminoids of tho milk. Tho effect. of food on the yield and composition of milk do hands notice. I'p to a point, which \aries greatly in dilVorent animals of tho same class, any food given in excess of the minimum necessary for "main ! 'nance" is utilised for purposes of i .ilk product'ion. When the food sup plv is steadily increased, however, 1 lu point referred to is reached sooner or I.iter, beyond which there is an ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
Clear out the Bunnies S A G-oocl Stock of tlie Best Make of RABBIT TRAPS Has arrived and will be sold at a Reasonable Price for Casli. LANTHORNS, TRAP-SETTERS, PILES, ETC., IN STOCK. Telephone No. 8. ^5 Auctioneers' Notices. fl. ivlACARTHUR & GO., Oattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIP.NSDALi;, Giri'SLAND AUCTION SALES conducted iu any ^art of Oippaland, aud at Omeo District When equired. Lctte ami TelegraniB quickly answered Auctioneer for the Firm A . N. MACAU T KUR, Who Conducts all Auction Sales and Superintends all Busiues^ of the Firm, District Ke^roocnUuive : H. M'.MiLLAN", SWIFX'S CHEEK W. H. 00OsVsBESj Coachbuil&er and "Wheelwright. E N SAY. ALL KINDS OF VKHIOLES MADE OX THE PREMISES. Vehicles ttonglit aud lixchaugcd. Eabimates given for all Cui33C3 of Dwellinga. Sideboakds, Diiesseh.1?, Sakks, TANKS Wade on the Premises. Address-KEAU ENSAY STOIIK, ENSAY ORfiSO S T LS D ! O C3- Get your Photograpny done Locally ENLARGEMENTS MADE, THE STUDIO ...
OF RURAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
OF RURAL INTEREST (By ^&lt;liusticus.,,) There is more vhan a more local or district interest iu the survey of the operations of the Gippsland and Nor thern Co-operative Seizing Company tor the past year, which was presented the aunuai meeting of shareholders, ir lias a bearing upon rural develop ment of all kiuds and in all localities. I'ho Chairman pointed out that the net profit fur the year was shown as £69iU, the sum available being £7179. He stated that the year had been only a fair one for dairymen. The produc tion during the spring months was good, but January, February and March of this year were very dry .months, which brought about a rapid decline in production for the larter liaif of the export season-the result being that although the total produc tion of butter exceeded the previous year's it could not bj called more than a fair year. Prices on the whole were well up to average. In the first half of the season the London market was guod, but owing to large accu...
SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
SMOKING. An Englishman and a German wore iiavolling together.in a smoking com partment and the' latter did all in his power to draw his companion into conversation, but all of no avail. At ono moment he would, with ex treme politeness apologise ior drawing tlio attention of tho Engishman to tho fact that "the nsh of his cigar had fallen on his waistcoat, or a spart was dangerously near his tie. After many such interruptions, tlie Briton exeaimed: - "Why in the name of all that's liv ing, c.iu't von leave me alone. Your font tail has been smouldering for the hist live minutes, but X didn't bother you about ft.'"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
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ADVANTAGE OF DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
ADVANTAGE OF DRAINAGE. ! Tlio advantago of drainage is not limited to tarrying tuvay -lio oxcess of water. It prevents the accumulation of stagnant water in tlio soil anu deopens tlio soil for tlio work of roots, thus assisting to provont ovil olfeols during periods of drought, Tlio soil is also rendered much warmer, wliilo tlio ponoti'ation of tlio air brings oxygen 10 "tlio vegetable and mineral matter 111 tlio soil, hastening chomictll reliction. When a iiold la tile-drained it can bo ploughed in a wook or ten days oarlior than tlio wot places, which enables tlio crop to got a bolter start in &lt;tlio first s'ages of gTow'lx.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY "Ycsl' said a great dotective, "I havo seen a great many queer things ill my experience." frauds, I suppose?" ventured an ad mirer. "Discovered a good many gigantic "Well, I should say so," was tho reply. "But between you and mo, tho most complete deception X over saw was a woman, young, pretity, and I would liavo sworn, an angel." "Bui slio wasn't?' "I should say not. Sho lias a tem per lilio a whirlwind, and whon sho gets wild, illio very earth seeuis to slialto." _ "Good gracious 1 And liow did you come to discovor her truo cliaractor?" "Woll, I-or, tho fact is-I married hor.1' Oatmeal and Minco Roll.-Ono pound of mince, 4 or., of smokod ham, 1 toa cupful of oatmeal, 1 egg, salt and pep por to tasto. Mix minco, chopped 1mm, and oatmoal togotlior, add egg wol hfatcn, put mixture) into a mould, and 'boil for two lioura.
SOMETHING'S GOING TO HAPPEN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914
SOMETHING'S GOING TO HAP PEN. A man in ft furious passion rushed ui) to tlio ndvortisemont counter of a ccrtain nowspaper offico tho other day. "That's what I'm going to givo him," ho began, bringing down a heavy hunting crop on tlio countor with a crash. "Where is he?" "Beg pardon, sir," said tlio clerk. "Anything I can do for you ?" "Yes, there is something you can do," roared tlio stranger. "You can introduco mo to tlio idiot who atuck that in your paper." "Tliait" was a notico under tho lioad of "Marriages." "Do you soo that, sir? John Jenkins and Snarh Smith aro not married sir, and nover intend to bo. It's a hoax sir,-a mioorabo hoax.' "Really, sir," said tlio elorlc.'if thoro is a mistake, wo aro oxcoedingly sorry "Wo do our host to avoid this sort of thing, but when Sir Soft brought tlio notico in ho said-" "So Soft brought it did ho?" Inter Vuptxl tlio man with tho hunting crop. "That's all X wanted to know -Good morning." On roaching tho door ho turned J back. "Tako that n...