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THE HAMS OF A PIG. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

THE HAMS OF A PIG. A.-young wife recontly went in to a Grocer's shop ami addressed tho gropnr thus: "I bought throe or four hams hero a month ago, and tlioy woro fine; have yon nny nuird of thom?" "Yes, ma'am." replied tho groror, there aro ton nf thoso hams hanging up thero now." "Well, if ynu'ro snro tliev'ro off tho same pig I'll tal:o three of'them," ro I h od uio young nife meekly.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATURING CHEESE BY ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

MATURING CHEESE BY ELEC TRICITY. An industrial electrician of Rotter dam is to havo discovered a mothod of giving ago to cheeso l».v means of eloctricty. Aftor a long series of experiments, ho found thai ho could tnko an absolutely fresh chco3o, and give it all tho consistency tasto and appcaranoo of a fino cheese that had been stored away and care fully aged for two years. Ho takes a frosh cheese and subjects it to an alternating current. At tho end of twenty-four hours of constant alternating electrical curronts through .this cheese, it possesses all the proper ties of a fino Lwo-yoar-old cheeso. This has naturally aroused great in terest in IJnUutHh where cheeso mahi::R is one of the big industries. It is said tho electrician claims' ho can do many duato and direct cicatrical action of this uaturo as to give, cheeso any tasto do sired. and any consistency that may bo needed to suppjy tho wants of a fasfci dious market.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

Spells Perfection in Liquor. It is a Popular Tonic. DIRECTIONS: Make a parting and rub gently with Cuticura Ointment. Continue until whole scalp has been gone over. The next morning sham poo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Shampoos alone may be Used as often as agreeable, but once or twice a month is generally suffi cient. for this special treatment, o CiMlcuiM So:»j. ' >!n: !>:<» MI; ' (1.ror!:..l:o;it llu-Wori'l. A . f . vil 'i M'-li v.o botiMd "ii the r:in« ;:iu! t::t c.r ti..- ;.r:«l ?r.-ilp. unit, pu.-l-irut?. Adiirujj ii. 'I'u'.vtu 4:-. Co., PUBLIC INPOUMATION. Postal Notices CiusiKa Ton^io Wont Swiiit'u Crook ICnaay Tumbo Crosalug Brulhsn Bairnsdalo ttulbouruo Closo ut Omeo daily at 6 o'clock a.m, Return mails duo at Omoo G.30 p.m., Uinnuinuujio and i meo at ft a.m. daily. Return mniia duo at 0.30 1 Close at Omoo on Tuefday, Thurs day anil Saturday ?it 0 a.in jxlctiirzi mails duo Omeo Monday, I Wod. and Fri. at 4.30. p.m. Uobimgra.-Liavgs Oraoo 0.]!? a.m .S...

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LIFE OF VEGETABLE SEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

LIFE OF VEGETABLE SEEDS. Tho avcrago lifo of the common vogo tablo eocds, as given in Vilinorin's tables, is as follows:-Beans, 3 yearB; boot, 0'; borecolo or kalo, 5; broccoli, 5; cabbage, 5; carrot, 4 to 5; cauliflower, 5; celery, S; chicory, 8; cross,.6; water cress, 5; cucumbor, 10; egg plant, 6; ouilivo, 10; gourds (fancy), 6; kohl rabi, 5; leclt, .'1; lettuce, 5; maizo, 2; mustard (salad), 0; nasturtium, 5; onion marjoram (sweet), 3; musk molon, 5; 2; parsnip, 2; parsley, 3; peas, 3; poa nut, 1; pumpkin, 4 to 5; radish, 5; rhu barb, 3; salsify, 2; scorzouora, 2; soa kale, 1; soy bean, 2.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MR JAS. CAMERON, M.L.A. RECENT ACTION EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

MR JAS. OAMBilON. M.L-A RECENT ACTION EXPLAINED. AtlenrtLwr :-Ab the last) inretini? of . h<" Tinibo Shiro 1 Council excep tion »:..! taken to tho action of Mr James C-.meron, M.L.A., in sending n report of the deputation to the Minister of Railways on the sulij-cb of l.ho abolition of tho Railway Lands Acquisition Aot to tho Orbosti SliirB Council to l)c printed and ciroulatfd when tho Tambo Shiro Council was the originator of tho movement. The Tambo councillors regarded, this acti as n s!iylif. The secretary of the Orbosfc Sliiro Council has forwarded an explanatory Jatter to tho T.unbo Shiro Council, which reads aa follows :-" I have the honor to inform yon that shortly after thn recent) deputation to tho Mi'dster of the Railway?, atjitatiuj; for the abolition of the Railway Lauds' Acquisition Acta, ib was Buy eested by the Hon. .fames Cameron, M,L, A,, ' thab the shorthand noteo or tho deputation bo printed and forwarded to membera of both Btate houses and to the couu...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RENOVATING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

Old clothing may bo mndo to look nearly as good as unv by piirsuii'i tho lollowiug plan:-"ako lor instance a iliiiny old coat, ve t, . r pair of trousers, Tho clo'mur nijlros a stiong warm soapsud, and |>! lilies xlio gaviront iuto it, souses t t.p i iid "umi, rubs tho dirty placos, r noco'^.iiy, j.uts Jt through u second s ids, ilien rinfos it through several valors, j.,ud haigs up to dry on tho lino. rtruu nearly dry, -.o tkl>ps it in rolls it; up lor an li'iir c r twu, . d thou presses. An old cotton cloth is laid on tho outside of the coat, and the iron passed ovor that until tho wrinkles aro out; but the iron is re moved before tho steam ceases to rise, front tho goods or they would bo shiny. Wrink.'ea that al'° obstinato aio re moved by laying a wet cloth over them and passing -tlio iron ovor that. lr any shiny places aro soon, they are treatod as tho wrinkles aro; tho iron is lifted, whilo tho full cloud of steam rises ancj brings tho nap up with it. Good cloth will bea...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Love, War and Tragedy, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

Love, War and Tragedy, . *. Particulars of t\ tragedy that prose froni the war, the wifo of n Bulgarian oliieep having been shot for treason. Tho woman's lover, a Turkish ollicer, was condemned to a similar fate, while her father and husband, unable to bear tho dis-. grace, took their lives. JJoi'* mo.ther is in an asyluni, Tho woman fell in love with tho 'Park when he was military attache at Sofia, The Turk proposed mar ria^e, hut tlie woman's family would iiot hear of such a union. Tho odieer left Sofia, and the wo man married a brilliant Unitarian ollicer on the general slalT. I'elurn ing to Sofia on a special inission, (he Turk renewed iK'tluuiiitunce with jiis former sweetheart, and became a friend of her husband. The old attachment between the couple was revived, and \vh<>ii. the Turkish officer ( nftei* a short stay In Constantinople, returned, and elared that he had been risked by his superiors to secure papers con cerning tho Bulgarian mobilisation, the infatu...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Wreck[?] About the Uiouas THE RESOURSE OF THE AIRMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

wrecitua i-izvji. 'cne uiouas T1IK UKSOriK.'K W TUG AIR- ^ i\I AN. The; French aviator, C.arros, thus describes in "The Aero" his exper iences above (ho clouds while break ing the world's altitude record. "1 started out. with enough fuel for n two hours' Jlight, a rough and-ready oxygen installation, and a costume worthy of an Arctic ex plorer. I got away at 12.'15 ac cording to my watch. The clouds wore at. a height of JJ.JiOO feot ; I reached them in four minutes, find got. above them through a blue hole. All would have been well but for these troublesome clouds, which already hid the sea from my view and only occasionally gave me glimpses of the land on my left. I climbed rapidly. According to tho diagram of my two barometers, I had reached (>,o(>0 feet after less than ten minutes in the air. 1 ro.iched th'e height of 10,000 feet, still keeping a watch on the coast, which I could see from time to time away on tho left. 1 had tho im pression, however, that instead of reachin...

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THE WISE WHEAT GROWER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

THE WISE WHEAT GROWER. There was a man in our town, And he was wondrous wise. He knew that if ho wanted wheat He'd have to fertilise. "It's nitrogen that makes things greenA" Said this man of active brain; "And potash makes the good, strong straw, And phosphate plumps the grain. But it's clearly wrong to waste plant food On a wet and soggy field; I'll surely hav© to put in drains. If I'd increase the yield. And after I Inve drained the land I must plough it du?p all over, And even then I'll not succeed Unless it will grow clover. Xow, acid soils will not produeo A clover sod that's prime, So if I have a sour soil, I'll have to put 011 lime. And, after doing all theso things, To make sueccs:-) more sure, I'll try my very host to keep From wasting the manure. So Til drain, and lime and cultivate, 5 With all that that implies; . f And, when I've done that thoroughly. 1 I'll manure and fertilise." * ! 'JM "Better FariniDi:.'

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CLEVER FRAUDS POSED AS A SUFERAGETTE. SERIES OF BOGUS CHEQUES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 7 July 1914

CLEVER FRAUDS I'OSliD AS A SUFERAGE'LTE. SERIES OF HOG US CHEQUES. A remarkable story of frauds by a woman, who adopted several abuses and the rolo of a sulfraget-o, was to.'d afc tho London Se-sioiis, when Francis Jessie l?emWek, a'ias Kva Ki»g.>hy. a well-dressed woman, aged 2U, was s.iv tenced to four yours' penal servitude for obtaining various scin;^ of moift*v from London firms by false pretene. s. Mr Curtis Hemic: (prosecuting) s:ud that on January 17, the prisoner went to the Ctown pubHehouse, Kgdware road, and obtained a blank eluque. She alleged that she wan ed to per b:\ek to Edinburgh, and had l,»>t iter bag. She toon nosu to Mrs. Whit ley's. and said thut sho was u suf frages to and had to do a lot of open air speaking troni vans, and wanted a cm it. Slie selected a coat value £14 3/0, and gave the cheque which she had obtained from Mr. Fryer. It had been li!<od up for C20. and was signed in tho name of Martindalo. In this cosj the prisoner was known as...

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MOUNT WILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

MOUNT WILLS. The competition between Sunnyside tod Glen Wills still maintains the tniprt-stiuc! .position which tho first fnur matches indicated. The position .tfrer t(i3 niat(i mutch leaves Sunnyside in the lead by oub g«me, which wns pl-iyrti aD the Sunnyside ground on Saturday. The Brat three quarters wera nil in favor of Sunnyside who (.cured 30 points to one, but in the ihuo ijuttrtpr i|ie fllep came wjth a pirju'luid had the home team on tbp <|Hf<*nnive ipnat) of . the time but failed t<> ni'ilsB up il|5 leeway, Sunnyside ruiiiiin'i! out winners by IS pointn. Ttio fliuil noores were Sunnyside 4.9, tf vn Wills 3.2.

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FOOTBALL NOTES. OMEO DISTRICT. OMEO V. BENAMBRA. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES OMEO DISTRICT. OMEO V. BfiSfAMIJI!A. The second niatoh of thB season botweon theso toaras was contested on Saturday, in tho Omeo Park. Each team was fully represented, and na both wore oonfident of viotory, a stor liue and hard fonKhb Bomo WR8 Pr8" dioted. On tho firab meeting Bo nambra (joined tho deoiBion by one point>, but with tho practice since par tition of by each team, a bottor gamo was oxpeoted, and by tho manner in whioh tho supporters and onlookers were interested iti is needless to any that tho contest throughout was of an exciting naturo ; and it was with much anxioty that tho Omeo phiyors awaited blio ringing of the final bell. The umpire gavo a little friendly odvico beloro the mutch to the tennis in which lis expressed his version of what con itituted a ruck. The wiitor has always been of the samo opinion, but Bevoral player« erroneously think that a ruck should ooneist of about five or six plnyorB. Tho instructions wero well received, and it musb h...

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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE, Saturday, July 4. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

MARKETS AiNI) BALKS 011TKLAND 8TOUK KEVOIITH BAIHNyDALE, Saturday. July i. Me«3U3 A. M'liiutf AND Co. report: Fat Sheep -On account of thu executor® of tlvu Into VV, Johmton, Tpugio; fat Wttthet^ at£l'2*, f»t tn'oa £1 and fat iainbs 17*10 IQj, and a pen of good limbs at 1^> Id, Privately wo sold fat wethers at £1 3*» owes 1Q«» Jfyt (JattloSn>oIl yarding and ptipus qJioih on a par with Iaet weeM (Jo wa made tQ £10 2d, yoalora to £Q 7" and privately fat hiiltopki £l{j and cows £{). Mi;bsu.i A. MaoauthUh AND CO. report Fat Cattle.-A fair yarding of useful oowa, and price* good, espuoially for good quality aortv. Wo aoid cows to £8 i5i, hoifora ro £0 104. Mr 1). Morrison** fat cow, extra (food, £13 4i. Storo Cattle.-The matket guuerally good ; email yarding, Lut every* thing sold. A good many buy«ra welching for good quality young itocU, and al»o * good demand cxiau fur forward oomiitiQiw| young coWd and bullocks. *Iu o\tr opu'Mtil, given a favorablo spring all oUsoea of -lock inu...

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FALLING HAIR CAUSED BY DANDRUFF. HOW TO DESTROY THE DANRUFF GERM AND SAVE YOUR HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

FALLING HAIR CAUSED BY-DANDRUFF. HOW TO DESTROY THK DANRUFF GERM AND SAVE YOUR HAIR. Thin, brittle, colourless and scraggy hair 18 mute evidence of a neglected pcalp ; of dandruff, that) awful scourge. Ttiero is nothing so destructive to the hair aa duudruff. Ia robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life, eventually producing a fuverishncE3 anil itching of the soilp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to akrink, loosen nod die then iho h'vir f ills out fust. For tha purpose of destroying the diudruff germ you should get your chemiao to prepare a lotion cousiatiug 3 ouucea Biy Hum, 1 ounce Lavona do Couipo seea nd } dram Menthol Crystals, Rub this thoroughly into lha soalp with the finger tip?, It) will kill the dand ruff gurm at) onco and ofter the fust application your h*ir will take m> that life, lijstro ou'J luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will be? come wavy and fluffy, and have the appearance of abunduico and incom parable gloss and auftneas, bu...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. RAILWAY ACCIDENT. AWFUL ACCIDENT AVERTED THREE MEN INJURED. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FROM oun CORUKSPONDENTJ. RAILWAY ACCIDENT. AWFUL ACCIDENT AVERTED" THREE MEN INJURED. MKLIIOUIIVK, TIIUHSDAT. A efliwaU iiml railway acciden6 hap pened at Sydenham on Wednesday morning. A goods train which wnn being *hun'ed at Diggers' Krai station, suddenly started to uiove on'tliH d»«ii ?trade towards Sydenham, without. 1.11*? engine, mid gathered speed us it *«ir. TIib Uitiidiuo train for Melbourne w»n dun ou the same liuo aud the danger was roalised. A signal was sent to Sydenham that a train had bolted on the wrong line and an enginp h»d Btarted iu pursuit of if, but it) WHS unable to oatch lip. Tlio asuistanistationmanter at Syden ham had to choose between allowing the runaway to crash into the Bendign train or turning it into a siding on which there ivas a workmen's sleeping car with three men asleep, mid there was no time to warn them. He decided upon siding the runaway, aud it waB diverted and crashed into the sleeping car, smashing it and injuring three ...

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PREVENTION OF COLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

P-KEVEriTiOii" OP COLD3. Most people probably imagine draught and cold winds are mainly responsible -or giving us cold. Ac cording -u> .v.»me authorities however, ?'.ho invariabely cause of colds conns .from within, noj, from without. Ii 0110 lakes cold when in u good vigor ous stiito of heal h, wit hpure blood cours uj; through his body, there is no good re sou why' anyone in ordinary health s ould have a cold. It may come from ii sullichnt exorcise, brea'h ing ol ioul air, want of wholesome fo.d. ixc.fs of food, ete.( but alwasy from some violation of the plain laws of health. To proven: catching cold, tiie i.'hiof necessaries scorn to be the taking of plenty of excrciso. and iho brea'hing of pure air. The safest , and best way to avoid colds is to sleep in a room wide open, and ;o remain out of doors every day, no matter' wliau may bo -the wc/nther, for at least two hours, preferably with some kind of exercise if no more than walk ing. One houkl not sit down to res'* while his...

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EACH WORRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

EACH WORRIED. "What's tho matter, dear 1" a?i:od & woman of hor troubiod-looking hus baud. 14 Oh, I'm worriod about tho money tnarkot," ho testily responded. "And I'm worried about tho market monoy," quietly remarked tho woman, as alio counted tho conteuts of hor p\ifSQ.

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OMEO PLAINS. DEATH OF MR WM. PENDERGAST. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

UMBO PLAINS. FROM OUR CHUNKS I'ONDKNT,] DEATH OF Mil WJI. PKXDKRaAST. In tlio person of Mr William Pen dergast of " Tliu Poplars," Omeo Plains, tho district 1ms lost ono of its enrliesb identities, lie having Wn « resilient of thn Pining sinco 1853, Tlio deceased gentleman, who had at tained tlio advanced age of 7U yearn, had all his lifo enj lyed exceptionally good hoalth until about a fortnight) previous to his death, which he sus tained a alight stroke from which he never completely rallied, and died at liia residence at 10 o'clock ou tlio eveuiug of Thursday, June "Dili, Theso old pioneers, having served their day and gonoration faithfully, arc, onu by one, quietly passing away from us. Too often their name", thn owners of whioli helped to nuke Australian history, »ro allowed to slip into oblivion through simple want! of thoughb on the part of those who come after them. This should uot be. It iB filling tint the gene ration of to-day s'hould plaoe on re cord for tlio benefit of ...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XIX-(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

SERIAL STORY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XIX-(Continued). '.Leonard,-This is the !;i»t time you I will ever hear from mo, unless it may 1 be from my death-bed. Ymi 1 e:t I nio with a farewell so cruel-it still I seems some ghastly dream; but 1 am f weak enough to wish you to know that | I iluught, ot you i>n th.s :,s: sai, day. I'ou will nnd all you ever gave me ill t-lio wardrobe; and 1 also wish to say I forgive you everything. 1 am iorry X reproached yuU ; the 'words were spoken m ail ihe horror caused by ''.lie ihoughc. of separation. i'or g'ive theni. 1 love you! Your image is dearer to me than any oilier, and I only ask you-remember niel 11 you could see these tears you would know all I suffer. l.ove wi;l not tie. or rather it is dying so very hard.^ 1 already feel half vo.troyed with it. One. more-Farewell!'-' '"Lenore." What a deitsien it had all been! While she had boea so happy, so ci'o (lulurs. abandoning hers-.if to art, studying the finest s.\';isis, measuring her oiwi sti...

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AVIATORS' ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 July 1914

AVIATORS' ESCAPE. Watorplnno No. 11, from tho Mo of Urain, bound for I^clixtowo,, when, at a -height of about 500ft., sido slipped, and foil into tho soa, two miles from snoro. Tho jnacliino on striking tho water turned ovor. Tho occupants were strapped to their scats, and ex perienced great difficulty in releasing ?thumsolvos from tlioir dangerous posi tion. Tlioy succeedcd oventually, and managed to scramblo on to tho wreck ago, trom wliioh a bargo which hap pened to bo closo by 'took thorn off. A motor liifoboufc was despatched from Clacton, and ..took tho aviators from tho bargo. Tho watorpiano, which was greatly damaged, was towed by tho lioboat to tho beach, and haulod *shoro.

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