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HEROISM IN HOUSEKEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914

HEROISM IM HOUSEKEEPING. So many talents aro wastetf. so many enthusiasms turned to smoko, so innii3* lives spoiled for want of littlo pa tience and endurance, for want of un derstanding nnd laying to heart the moaning of "tho present"--for want of recognising that it is nut the greatness or tho littleness of I ho duty nearest hand, but tho spirit in which ono does it, which makes cue's doing noble or meanl 1 can't think how people, who have any natural ambition, and any sense of power in them, ceeape go ing mad in a world liko this, without tho recognition of that. 1 know I was very near mad when 1 found it out for myself (as ono has to lind out for oneself everything that has to bo any real practical use to one). Shall I tell you how it came into my head.1' lYrhaps it may bo ot comfort to you in similar moments of fatiguo and disgust. 1 had gone with my husband to live on a little cstnto of peat hog, that had descended to mo all tho way down from John Knox, tho Covenanter, who mar...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER CAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914

ANOTHER CAT STORY. To the anecdotes oil oat sagacity ap pearing for tho past few "weeks in "T.P.V 1 should liko (writes a cor respondent) to add my testimony in tlio following plain and perfectly true incident, which carno under my notice when a boy. A largo rat liad taken up his quarters in a dark corner under our kitchen stairs. Ho soon became bo bold as to come into tho kitchen frequently, even though our cat might bo there, which was either too well fed, or too cowardly, or both, to at tack it. . Ouo morning it came into tho kit chen when both my mother and tho cat were there My mother uttered a shriek of terror, tho rat beat a ha^ty retreat without being attacked by the cat, which my mother straightway abused roundly, somewhat after this fashion: "Ah 1 you lazy, useless, gocd for-nothing, cowardly thing; not a vestige of breakfast shall you have to day! ' This threat wum adhered to, despite much mowing by^ tho cat, which got nothing to eat in tho house that day. Next morning, w...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. The following account* urr lying <it the sub-treasury: ,J. Hickey, W.R Jones,   l1.'* Moore,-J. Rroul, F A. Cane, K. J. C'oflfty, Omeo Waterworks Trust, E, A; Siarkry, F. Wright, J, Shanahan. . 1

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 January 1914

Xmas Season, 1913. DAVID EAKINS, . Merchant, Day Street, Omeo. Telephone No. 8 Has a Carefully Selected [Stock of BEST QUALITY CUTLERY, ELECTROPLATE, ETC. To Select Useful Christmas Presents From. DAVID EAKXN& Auctioneers' Notices. A. MAGARTHUR & CO., Cattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALK, GIPPSLANP AUCTION SALES conducted in anypart of Gippsland, and at vjineo District when equired. Lotto and Telegrams quickly anawored Auctioneer for the Firm A. K. MACARTHUR, Who Conducta all Auction Sales and Superintends all Business of theFirm. District Representative: H. M'MlLLAN, SWIFT'S CREEK M. DAVINE,3. B.A. I.L.n. BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR. ^ WARRAGUL. Formerly of Otneo.) W. H. C00IV3BES, Coachbuilder and Wheelwright. ENS A. Y. ALL KINDS OF VESICLES MADE ON THE PREMISES. Vehicles Bought and Exchanged. Estimates given foe all classca of Dwellings. SIDEBOARDS, DRESSERS, SAFES, Task* Made on the Premises. Addreaa-KEAK ESSAY STORE, ENSAV, OMEO PHOTOGRAFHSO...

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Dairy Records [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

Dairy Records J. A. Kuddick, Dairy and Ooni Storage Commissioner, Ottawa, Can ada, writes: "Unless tho figures uro actually b - foro ono, tho variations in production found in tho b'amo herd seem almost incredible. Jj'or instanco, in thro; Ontario herds, tho difference in yield between the best and tho poorest cow runs actually at 8100, 9100 and 10,1)00 lbs oi milk; the extreme's in individual cows aro 301)0 and 17,015 lb*. This proves that neither an occasional weighing or testing of a sample, nor a hastv reckoning of a herd's averago yield can possibly fecive any measure <d justice either to tho abundant or to tho tconomiiMl producer, so that the knowledge requisite to building iiii a good herd 1ms still to bo sought. That knowledge can bo found in dairy re cords. "-(Circular D. and O. S. No. 7.) An increase of COO Ilia of milk pir annum or t! lbs a. day ever a milking period of 300 tjaya limn each of the coiv# in this Stalo would yield OVVT another half million pounds ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A little ammonia added to tho soap suds used fur cleaning is very «1 lective. Warm soapsuds should bo used for Weaning tuniituru before furniture <:ream is applkx3. Corks boiled lop live minutes before "so in the case of bottled fruits, et-cM can bo easily presMxl in, and then make l>vrU<t]y airtight stoppers. To remove lar marjis, rub a Jittlo butter ou tho spot and allow it tc Stand until tlie t-ar is softened, when It will wash out Willi warm water ami soap. lo clean, a dark costume, sponge ^itli cold tea, to which a small lump oi ammonia has been added. This aiso answers admirably jor men's ami l>oys* suits. To remove spots from silk, mis to jollier one ounce of cssence of lemuu and half an ounco of turpentine. Hub with a linen rag over tho spots. lo remove black grease from a white sweater, rub lard into tho grease spot, let stand overnight, and then wash in not, -s?«I>y water and tho sweater will ho win to again. Gems.-Two Cupful...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CEMETERY FOR CATS AND DOGS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

CEMETERY FOR CATS AND DOGS Much has bcon said against tlio statement that a good many wealthy American, women care a great deal more for their pet dog* and cats than for their own children. A better proof for tho truth of this statement could hardly bo found than tho Can ine cemetery, at Hartsdale, N. Y., ?which-consists of five acres of ground. At present there arc 451 interments, many of which are enclosed "j. plots having tombstones. In some eases, tho cost IB 500 dollars. The head teacher of tho Dollar State School has been giving lessons in milk testing as part of the work in agricul ture. The scholars have displayed great interest in tho demonstrations. Tests aro made of any cows, free of charge. A samplo from ono cow, own ed by Mr. W. Sinclair, went as high sa 7.6. 8evoral two-yeai old heife»s havo gone over 4.0. Tho parents aro 0* opinion that tho lessons on milk-to t ing in this dairying district aro most valuable to tho scholars. It amuses mo to watoh clowns. To my viewj t...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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DISEASE SPREAD BY DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

DISEASE SPREAD BY DUST. "\\V have lately been warned that tito deadly germs of tetanus of lock jaw infest the dust of our streets. The disease, in spito of all research, is sur rounded with a considerable amount ot mystery, and it has increased during the last ten years very appreciably. Karthy material and dust is now whirl ed about by the rapid travelling motor vehicles, whether they carry passengers or goods, to an extent never before known, and it is to this cause that the increase in the disease is attributable. One suggestion made is that houses should be built a little back from the roadway so that a bolt of garden may intervene, and allow the dust to settle instead of reaching the dwellers iu the houses. But this will not do much to help tho pedestrians who must use the roads. The only safeguard will be for tho rond authorities to keep the streets damp and so to prevent the spread of germ-carrying dust. Besides this the public must realise that any wound, even the slightest ...

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A TERRIBIE SUITOR CHAPTER XXVIII. SHAWCROSS AND HIS DAUGHTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

A TERHIBIE SUITOR r ,iiy Alr». Harriot; Lewis, Author of "JL'"ouuii Uuilty,' ' i'ho Double liUf etc.) OUAl'TKn -vXVlll. 6i11A\V<J1HJS» A.N'D HIS LtAUUIiT^v it, was twiligut oi the day on whieu ocourred the even;* detailed m vUe pre ceding ciiapter. iu Uie west liugeied a lew mint tilislies i't the iailed sunset. A soil busii, peculiar to is a aire's hulu*t anu tmderest liour hung over lull and val ley-a liush broken only by the music vji bird and msect lue. Leaning upon a snuiU gate that le* from a iuue oi Ijrenthulm Jiouse to lue road, wa> u bngnt lacvd pleasant look ing gul> w'lio seemed almost pretty wit'i nor hair blown away uuui her lace, i'et cheeks Unshed, her mouth smiling, auu Uer eves lull oi dreamy hght. CiliJ uas Miiggif Xtupi-ou, Uie liaiig tor of Miawuross, Die maul oi Lad^ Duumorc. tier i! e.v> wa* a pmk print, and be came lu.H well, una about ner shoulders was gathered a beoton. shawl whicn she wore as :iie had Been her mistress wear costly iuiau ...

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The Passing of the Poser [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

The Fassing'of the Poser There aro no posers on tho grand scale now. Uur musicians havo short hair and play goli. Authors cannot bo distinguished from ordinary men. Art siudeuts aro abandoning their amazii.g clothes. Even poets havo given up poetical looks, and instead of writing pretty fancies worry us with poems of tho outspoken natural school. Music is in tweeds, literature is in navy blue, and poetry is in a bowler hat. Apparently there is no chance of any return oi affectation. The world becomes more natural every day, and ovory hour some neglected puso dies u natural death. There aro no startling and pieturosquo figures. Tho glittonng Whistler was tho last oi tho artistic masters of pose, tho last man willing to spend an hour before a looking-glass, tiio lust man-to use his own word-who could bo called '.iimaz.ng.,,> For now it is bad form to bo amazing, and everyone is ex pected to bo as insignificant ns poo .sible. Tho only affectation 1 ft is the all'ectation of being na...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

m IM6.I to «SBmetnoLD rspfe 4# S\1 LEASEHOLD 0 t% S*% I IM 67 QUEEN ST tu AT LAST! HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH SEP AH A TOllS available at prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of tho NEW MODEL "VEGA" HUB dealt a death-blow to Uio Exorbitant Prices charged by our Competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE! The Now Model "VEGA" is r.o roughly and cheaply constructed {separ ator. H has no superior in quality, and in price there's nothing to Approach it. WE ASIC all intending buyers tu verily theso statements, ami thus SAVE MONEY, which is nouo too plen tiful theso times. PRICES: V2 Gal. £3 15 0 28 Gal. £7 0 U f>:> Gnl. £10 10 0 SO Gal. £15 15 0 Energetic Commission Agents wanted throughout Victoria. Splendid opportunity smart $nles!i \\'rito to-day, Department "K.P.," Buckeye Harvester Co 44 to 52 FRANCIS ST., MliLliOUllKV. Your Moneys Worth and More T. GAUNT & CO. PTY. LTD. }«*<Scn, WatchmiVeift, OxrilcUni 337-339 Bourke Street, Mclb. [ EYESIGHT TESTED GRATIS J TK "WOKDSR Am F-...

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LAKESIDE VILLA DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

LAKESIDE VILLA DRAMA. In defenco of his act in shooting and killing a neighbor uitiiiu a German- vil la, a middle-aged man recently told a story as strange as anyth.ng appearing in. a criminal liotion. Tho dead man was Loo Soliweyer, a woll known Stuggart merchant, Seinve yer was shot at iiis residence by a man of independent means named Alackloy, who owns a villa on the xNoberlinger oeo, a branch of Lake Constanco. Maekley states that he was on terms oi intiinaio friendship with Soliweyer, and was particularly attached to 0110 of the latter's daughters, wjiom ho, a bach elor of 50, iiad promised to mako his solo heir. Schweyor, who was. alone in his villa, his family bejng in Stug gart, invited- him to drink with him a bottlo or two of wine, which he noticed was of uuusual jjotoncy, When a considerable, quantity of this heady li ouor had been consumed,- the host in duced hia guosfc, "by way of a joke," to writo to dictation and sign a will leaving all his property to the girl alrea...

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EDISON'S FIRST CHEQUE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

EBISOH'S FiRSi CHEQUE. Ill the history of his life, Itlr. Edi ten i;ivcj an amusing account of the ri-.'e of ona, of his curliest inven tion.; (o a tilcgi'Eih company in 2-.'cv." Yon:. l.'Misou, v. ho Jia.l no iilca ot iln \ ahic of his iuvjiiLio.!, iiuj'.!;;iiL that 5,'.i0 dollars (jii.uuii) would .ho u'.C'.'lit lil.llt. " 'V.:cll,' i\Ir. Ellison,' said cue of tin deputation appoint ul to wait upon 1110, ' ho'7 ninth <lo yon want for your devices?1 " ' I don't know what they arc v.o;til,' was my reply. 'Ma'co mo en o '-'or.1 11 ' Wall, contdnued the speaker, ' hov.r would forty tlio'-isand dollars strike you ?' "I beliavc I could iiiivo been knock ed down with the "traditional fea ther, sp astonished- was I at the r;i!m. X immediately.. accepted, but a'ter X had got over my excite ment, I supposed there must be somo Y/all Street trick about this thing, :nl (lmt if I ever get a cent. I should be lucky." However, he signed the agreement, obtained a chcciuc, and went to tho...

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SUGAR BACTERIA CHECK OLD AGE. SIGNIFICANT RESEARCH DISCOVERY OF PROF. METCHNIKOFF. 'AGE JUST AN ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

SUGAR BACTERIA CHECH OLD AGE. SIGNIFICANT RI3 SEA 11011 COVERY OF PROF. MKT NIKOFF. 'AGE JUST AN ILLNKS Professor Mctchnikoff, the fa- n bacteriologist, rendered nn tmraist the Academy of Sci'-mcc of rr::di dis coveries during his.researches cn Ui . actual nature of the corrupting aj .n cics, whoso effect is old a;-,', of means to chock decay. The conclusions that a lanr s--lfs of experiments lead to nrc ('h.it iii' poisoning set up by bactcii... in intestinal flora is to a large responsible for the cficcts 1.113 n n "old ago." POISONING BACILLI. The poisons, notably of tin ;-I: ??a and inrlol class, -piounci.d |;-. ;h bacteria, form lesion.-: in !h . li e . hrain, and arteries that hVr:- "i 0 '.'t an effect identical v.-il.b '"o!<i .iga." The problem he set Miusolf ,V?M i0 '? h"d a bacteria that would ii-.ii; ?,,-.vx lull the poisonous bacteria ; in'other' words, nn anti-toxin cure. " "4 He found by experiment that vc»3-:: tables Which were ,«ich"in sugar, femjj'? as dat...

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THREE MILLIONS A YEAR PROFIT. HOW AN OLD SOLDIER FOUNDED THE FIRM OF J. & P. COATS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

THREE MILLIONS A YEAR PROFIT. trow AN OLD SOLDIER FOUNDED THE FIRM OF J. & P. COATS. One of the most amazing indus trial romances of modern times is recalled by the recent death of Mr. Archibald Coats, who for the last twenty years has been head of the great thread business of J. and P. Coats, Ltd. Mr. Coats has left a fortune of £1,365,132. Only in March last n junior partner of the firm,, Mr. James Coats, died and loft) £l,3Ci, 145. And all this money lias been wade out of cotton thread. Some seventy years ago an old sol dier named Coats set up a small factory for making thread in .his own garden at Paisley, and the huge in ternational firm of Coats, whoso an nual profits now exceed £3,000,000, was built up by his four sons, the last of them, Andrew Coats, dying iu 1300, at the age of eighty-five. Illo great boom in cotton thread' really began in I860, through tho sudden increasing use of the sewing-; machine for both domestic and fac-; tory purposes. The result was that' ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

Funeral Notice. rpHE FRIENDS of MR JAMES M'COY JL arc respectfully inviud to follow tho remains of hid hie beloved wife, Margaret, to tho place of interment-, the KNSAY OEMETKUY. Tho funeral will le.ve his refridenco at 2,30 p ui, THIS DAY fEiiday), Death. MCCOY.-On tho 2lst inst., at'Albion Vain, Eneay, suddenly ; Margaret, tho dearly beloved wife of Jaa. M'Coy, aged 01 yeara.

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EVADING THE CUSTOMS. THE GREEN FIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

EVADING THE CUSTOMS. THE GREEN FIGS., / Ono of tho most amusing Btorios la connection with smuggling is that told of an old lady who explained that sho was returning from tho -Ri viera, and who was discovered in a state of evident anxiety by a Cus tom-house qfllccr Tin arriving at Dover. Noticing that tho lady was of extra ordinary size, ho politely requested her to take oil her mantlo.. "Oh, dear, oh, dear I" she cried In nnguish. "What shall I do ? You'vo fovn'l me out." With difficulty sho rid herself of the garment and handed ib to tho examiner, who was astonished to find that the- inside of tho mantlo had been seamed with countless small pockets, in each of which lay a couple of green figs. ?' Why, madam,," ho cricd, what l.nve you hidden these things for ? Ko (1'ity is payable on rubbishy fruit." On hearing this tho lady scorned much astonished. She had been told that there was a heavy tax to pay upon then), ami she did so want to take some home to her widow sis ter. who had a...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER I (From our Special Correspondent;.) Something jiko an American invar tion lias taken pluco in this city. At tlto theatres, most of tho "turns" are iupplied by people- from that country j ragtluio has taken possession oi' tho homos, and the public places where mu sic is made; and tho millionaire-con ducted baseball players have bceii loom ing largo, not only as exponents of tho gamo that is to tho American what football is to tho Australian; but as tho lions of sooiaJ. and civic circlos. But liko tho motor raoing that was recently similarly "boosted," baseball failed to arouse any enthusiasm, and if tho ob jet of bringing a big party of players who are said to receivo annual "re tainers" running into many thousands of dollars, to this country, was, as al leged, simply to promoto understanding, of and interest in the game, tho men behind tho movement are duo for a lot of disappointment. ^ Plenty -of 'pecplo went to soo tho games on the first day. They were certainly ...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

OF MURAL INTEREST (By "Ilusticus.") Ono of tlio most wulcomo of tho in timations jnado by tho Stato l'reuuer nt Jfcsendon tho other nignt was that Bomo 1 proper investigation, is to bo rootle as to tho manner in wnioli tho operations of tho Olosur Settlement system aro being oonuuoted. Every body intorcstoU in tho working or tlio land must roaliso tho need lor this. Xhoro aro many' serious phasea which mu3t bo grappled with, and that with out dolay. Tlioro is tho failure of a large number of sottiers on many oi those irrigated sottlomcnts to keep up their paymonts to tho Stato-tho payments of tho usual purchaso instalments, and interest upon outstanding nisLnlmonts, interest ,uj>on arrears, and. ipt-pren upos loans i\irar.c«i' ? on "iarina" bj ' tlio board. It has been shown that tho total nrroars duo by sottlera to tho State on account of tho purchaso ot thoir land oxcocds £150,000. This monoy covers only payments over duo, and intoroat, but does not, oi courao, include tho paym...

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Manners of the English [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

I : | I Manners of the English' i . The manners of the English are, ot course, notoriously bad, wiiother they live in tlio country or in tho town; but 1 do not thuik tnat any ono class is worse than another. On tiio whole, 1 am inclined to agroj Willi Mr. Ste phen Reynolds and with Air. Chester ton, that tho poor aro moro ceremonial and courteous than the rich. They aro not, it is true, gil'tcd with the gra ciousness of tho iSpauiard or tho Bre ton peasant. English mochanics or labourers do not struggle with their bag of tools held in thoir hands, in order to tako off their cap to their fellow-worker and to bid iiim "good morning," aa ono sees workmen do on tho Danish highroad. Nor can they refuse a tip-a rare oecurrcncc, I ad mit-with tho graoiousness of tho French workmen who helped Steven son with his canoo on liis Inland Voy age.-F. E. Green, in tho "MiUgato A FALSE Standard of Efficiency. ..? To tako tho Olympio Gaines seri ously-which is, whether wc liku or no, tho only way to...

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