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

Sciatica RELIEF OBTAINED BY USING DR. MDRSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS AMD COMSTOCK'S NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT. This is one of tho most dreaded complaints that human flesh is heir to, aud there aro many people suifering untold agonies trying remedy alter re medy without result. Such ail ono.was Mr. Patrick Seally, Gladstone Street, "Woodville, N.Z., who found Com stoelc'u Nerve and Bono Liniment ami l)r. Morse's Indian Hoot J ills do what no otl.'er remedy had done for him, that i.s, tlu»y brought relief from tho pain lie was suffering. Mr. Seally writes: "Considering the large amount of benefit, t havo derived by tho use of your valuahlo medieinos, it gives me great pleasure to let you havo this tea* timonial, and you can inaXo any use you wish of it. I havo been a sufloror for a number of years with Sciatica, tho torturing pain I 'endured being sometimes almost unbearable. Tho pain was so great that 1 could not sloop at night, and had to be whoobd about on a chair, being so bad that I was...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS FROM ABRGAD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

NEWS FROM ABRGA The courage of a German rolico ? t , ljccn Illustrated at a at I'fpp.stadt. The llames wore loo tor « mnn to enter tile 1,-iiJ 1 !""? w),cre ft ci'iW lay, and as " il'-t' »opo n policcmnn gnvo his do,' tli onler "'Seek !" -Jhj do, into tlio (lames, and it v:ns possible l>y his barks to trace- his search from room to room. But tlia h.w;W fci m nnd the dog hero was buried in l|r. blazing ruin. Two Russian lmndits, bravo n-ainjt odds, but woefully bail mnr/smen have fought a force of Austrian lice, who endeavoured to sobc tliei:: nt tile Gallcian frontier .station, Hja i.ov/a. Colli, from rdnus>;T reni-at r-; hidden under their coats, fiie(i' ,ln enormous - number of .shots at t):e j.o - lice, who. returned tha iU'e Willi re volvers. Finally, seeing csea.e im possible, one bandit niunag-'d to wound an injector and then ::'.ol himself in the temple, and is d/in,,'.. The other Posephowicz, witlio.ifc e'en this one hit to his credit, shot him self v.'ith his last car...

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

BASH II MS! mmm Burning Irritation, Worse Night and Morning, Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment Cured, Also Used Them for Scalp Trouble, Caroona, Via QnlrlncU, N. f>. "W.-" A Rmnll rash eamo on my chest and shoulders, with a burning Irritation, which would net worso ni^ht and mornlj!;: and tlion tli*» itch «ng would tfo for a while. . This Ja-dvd for two years, during which thun I hathed it with dilferent lotions wilh'Htilo permanent cirect. At last I determined i.o iry Culleura Soap and Ointment. J u.'-'fJ Jo batfoo Uio parts with t!u>'Cuticura Soup and then put Iho Cuticura Ointment on, and I could fool relief in a very short time, to / kept on till I was cured, and T havu had no return of Uio trouble for about twelve months. "Cuticura 3«>ap and Ointment i liavo found aro really ;;ood Tor tlic scalp and Mop I ho hah; fiom falling out. l.am suro thcro Is nothing to cfiuui'tlioCuUctira Soap and Ointment, and t have . h cavd' saver al say so besides, myself.-"(Signed}:31: B...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOUIETY. 57io newly-formed tempornnoo or -"iiER'ioii openod ita oampaign againsb KiDR Alcohol on Friday overling, 16i.li inst.i in 'tot Sliiro Hull, Mr 0. A. Pearson priaiding. Tlio procoedinga worn opened by singing, and Rev. O. jj_ Piivlin off'red a prayer. A va ried and interesting programmo was presented to a fairly. good audienoe. a paring tho evening tbo addresses worn interspersed by song and reci tatlon. A. pianoforte dueb by Misses 5,911.4 M'Ciiy and M. Payne, hoIos by j Mlm B, Perry and Mr J. Gifford mid "" n recitation by Alias Taylor wern end, delightfully rendered, and eaoh item wai received willi marked approve, Jli« Taylor's recital of " Poor Hous" j{,n " was given wi'li splendid tfT-ct. Tlio main portion of (ho programme, apjrb from tbo temperance advocates, a miist interesting lecture on pri son lift) in Pentridge, by Unv. A, J, Collacotb, Methodist minister from Sale, nn chairman of the Gippslatid Metlioiliab district Mr Collacotb iH visiting t>...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, January 12. L'ALfiETV AND (Jo report:-UuBinoaa m this nviihpt was resumed oh Monday, whfn | moderate ninpliea i<f u generally inferior I qiulity wqiu mbuiitted to an avorago littundancb of the ;buyi6g tratjo. itaoliijb skins weio in limited demand, "nud values declined }d to Id per . lb. Most consign ments were more or Jcq9 sffecled by weovil, which a tptiuhiing of nupl h^lino or areenictl solution wuuid prevent. The few fox aitins . ou o(|Vr uiild ut uhaijt late rati'S, ' and any chango in walliby *Uins favored buyorti. Wu (juotcf - BetiL heudless !iubl>it bkinfr, Victorian 8d to lOd ; . N H. iV. 8d to 10d J ] fox'fckiuvi irinU'r firsts QO* to 108i por i M Aprnra iho'Alpt) to Opieo.'l One of tho : licat gi|ide.VtiJli(i imblUlicd iq Victoria, 4® ; all store? and ktatinnefc.''* ? KY .'i .Hi), , | " i '.'> I <. ?

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

MINING REPORTS. Maude Roofs, Gippaland, 17th.-No. 3 level: Winzo (Section D5) 8. drive to 80ft.» roof 4Qio. wide worth §0i per ton, Stopiog over level. No. 5 level (Scotion 100) to 1800ft. 5 faco highly mineralised: small qta veins oomioR in, Cruihed 50 tone for 35ioz Tongio Biedge, 17th.-Dredged 197 hours in ground average d*pth 16ft.» working face 3 ohalna wide. Yiold C0£('Z.

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CASSILIS. SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

UASS1LIS [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] SCHOOL CONCKRT. A successful school concert was held in the Mechanic*' hall on Tuesday, 13oh inst., undor tho supervision of Mr and.Mrs Lsaoh. Tho attendee*' was beyond expectations, many people being unable to gain adiuittaocp. Great) praise is duo to Mr aud Mrs Leach nnd stuff for their untiring efforts io placing before the public such a highly entertaiuiug performance, the children showing a groat amount of intelligence for the manner in which tbpy performed their respective parts. Miss Rosa Brown, a former pupil of Tongio Weati school, but now a student of tho University, who is homo on a holiday, desorvo8> special mention for the active part) she took in the training of tho children and ay accompanist to tho diffrtrenb songs renderod by tho children. The following programme was creditably rendered : Prologue, Neville Lowo ; school song, Sixty Scholars ; action aong. Dumb Delhi and dumb boll drill, Sonior Girla ; recita tation, Owl Critic, H...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. LABOR TROUBLES. SYDNEY STRIKE ABANDONED MELBOURNE MEN RESTIVE. MULBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FUOM bun COUHKSPONDHNTJ. LABOR 'TROUBLES. SYDNEY STRIKE ABANDONED MELBOURNE MEN RESTIVE, MULHOUKNE, TUUIISDAT. Tho Sydney wharf laborers liavo dcoided to iibmidon tho etriko ngnitiBb workitiR ovortime, in order not to limnper tbo oxcoubivo in their nouotii. bioua with lht> o-.vnnrp. An overflow. ini> meetitiR of llio men li'ia prnotionlly urmnimously decided upon this courBi\ Tlip Molbourtio wlmrf laborers are very restive, iirnl ninny of them nB3ort that) Ind Tuesday's meeting been n full one tho decision nob to Btriko would hnvo been reversed.

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

TH^ OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, JANUARY S3, 1314. The state parliament opened on Tueadoy for a eix wei'Ica- spttjoa. A l.irge number cf Onico district nljcep " off elicivu " will be eold at Biimsdulo to dty (lMday) The estimated expenditure of the Country Roads Hoard on the maio ro'uh iu Tianl nop blure ainoun's to £1*2,000. Tenders for Home of t)ie works nro to bo callcd forthwith. The farewell social to G<mnc'llor and Mrs Biumlty will be held in the hhire Hall an Friday, oOtb instant. fjub-ciiptinno will bo received bygcuilemtu named In the adver tieement column, Tho GippaJand and Northern Co open*' tivo Selling Co., Ltd. has been appointed tho wholesale disiiibuting agent* for the Gifpaland Co-operative Bacon Curing Co.,. Ltd., Dundenong. Abk your grocer for Daudenong bacon. * * i A. Mnouthnrand Co. will hold u clearing tinlc of furnituro and othor artioloa at ICnsay Station on Wednesday, 28th instant. Thoy also anntninco the d...

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MARKETS AND SALES. THIS WOOL MARKET. Monday, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

AUIMKTS AND SALES. THIS WOOL MARKET. Monday, January 19. Dalorty AND CO. report that tha sccond series if llio wool aalce opened ia Victoria on Monday, when they offered a Urgo and representative catalogue of 0500 bales, whioh included coni^nments from every stato in iho commonwealth. Thoro was a largo attendance of buyers and com* petition was general. Ae compared jpith the closing rates of the first pales, values generally wcro very firm, whilst medium and ooarso quality crosubred wore 5 per cent, higher, o*peoially when suitablo for America. Tho bulk of Iho wools oamo from iho flouih-cast of South Australia, Tasmania and West Australia. Dalgetyo eold Youug. mnn'ti Ardgartan clip, from Graesdale, at H]jd for both motino and oomeback, and tho Clcnorchy olip from West "Viotoria, comebick to 14Jd and lincoln to OJd, Tuesday, January 20. Nkw Zkaland LOAN CO. report: We held our first aalu of tho second series on Tuesday, when, in submitting gome 0150 bales, wo brought forward an excel...

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

SUDD.IiN DISVfH. IteoidiMitB of tho Omeo district will feel I lie deepest regret (it tho sudden dentil of Mra James M'Guy, of Albion Vuli', Enaay-so unexpectedly did it lake pluc, Mrs M'Cny h'JS always been. 11 remrirlcivbly healthy woman, up'n Urge fuipjly and working hard .widi, her husbmd. to establish ilint, CDinpt'tciico in (ho world|s goods which tlicy MI richly deserved. Tho whole f nmily urn luiiurir; tho moat re. specterl mid rsieemed in the Iinany diatiii!',- Mr M'Coy bavin;; selected ihere in the early dayj and Mrs M'Ooy luing 11 lUuglit.cr of Mr M'Dougull, .iltmisc i lit' first of i hi! selectors in tho distitc. Atiuuti six months ago Mrs. M'Coy h id » slight illness which, necessitated the attention of thu doc.or, bun ainco then slin liiid Ueen quite well and able b<> atieml to her household duties with her usual cheeifulness. On WedufE d .y alio bud been working.nil day, oud lifter toa aat) down in tho sitting room while ber daughter, Maggip, who was tho ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 23 January 1914

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. Thc following accounts are lying at the sub-treasury; J. Hickey, W. R. Jones, P. Moore, J. Braid, F. A. Case, K. J. Coffey, Omeo Waterworks Trust, R. A, Starkey, F. Wright, J. Shanahan.

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

Xmas Season, 1913. DAVID SARINS, Merchant, Day Street, Omeo. Telephone No. 8. Haa a Carefully Selected. [Stools of BEST QUALITY CUTLERY, ELECTROPLATE, ETC. To Select Useful Oliristmas Presents Prom. .vc DAVID EAKINS. Auctioneers' Notices. A- filAGAFiTflUFi & GO., CJattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIUNSDALK, CilFPSLAJST AUCTION BALKS couductcd ill any part, «- ot Gipxisland . Oinco Diiitriiit whon e^uiicd. Lc'.'e and Telegrams quiokly nmwczcd Auctioneer £or tlic Firm A . N. MA CAR'i'H OK, Who Conducts nil Auction f-aiM aud Superintends all Business of the I- irm, Diatrict- Representative : H. M'XUtiLAN, SWIFT'S CREEK M. DAVINE," B.A. L.L.H. - BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR. WASRAG-UL. Korraecly of Omeo.) W. H. C0GM.BES, Coachbuilder and Wheelwright. ESSAY, ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE ON THE PREMISES. *' Vehicles Bought aud Exchanged. £stimite3 given for all cUssea of Dwellings, SIDEBOARD^ Dnsi-SEHS, SAFES, TASKS Made on the Premises. Address-NEAU ENSAY STORE, ENSAV...

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MINING REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

MINING REPORTS Mt. Murphy Wolfram, Bonambra, 20th. -Mr Varloy (mino manager) reports that thcro ftro over 000 tons of liilingu at mino Two samples tnkoii nt random, anoaycii 2.7 p.o. tungstio acitj. or n wolfnun iquiVM'en! of 3 6 p c. approximately. Tlio grota vnluo of tho tailings was oatimatcd at about, £3000 when treated by tlio oompany'fl plant, Mntulo Rcofa, Glen Wills, 19th.-Nn. fi tunnol: Cut lodo 4ft, wide, v.ilm. £1 p.t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

N« WHOLESOME int'-ira GRACING AND REFRESHING . .New Yorlc :a nuSariug (roin,» apfll.jfin tin«e%cold, tho tomperatu-e having fallen below ttro. Nino deaths have occurred, due fithcr direotly or iodjrcp'lj' to the seventy pi the weather. Whilst tho cold w»s IP0'1 Intense lererat firca broke out in tho poorer nUMtora of the oity, with iho. rt'ault, that 1,000 poroona aro hoinelcta. 1 1)0 .fliemen wcro untiblo to copo with thb_outbrealt». owing to tho water freeiing. Iho burnea tuluj proent on oxtraodinary »peotaole,tiugo iciolea banging from the oharred Inama ana And Cuticura Ointment. Their ;use lends to prevent pore clog ging, pimples, blackheads, red ness, roughness and other un wholesome conditions of the skin. booklet on tli sold tliroustioat rh, with of the skin anil . nip. wot iiost-frcc. AMrcsa It. Towns & C# Sydney. N. W. APPLICATIONS FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. HINTS FOR APPLICANTS. Proceedings to bo obsorvod whon ap plying for a Lease : I. JSroot posts(theso aro not requ...

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. An expectant crowd githered at St. Michael's church, Ilocbsm Hill, on S*lurde.y morning, Decsmbor 20, the occasion being the marriage of Mr Florance A. M'Carthy, third son of Mr and Mrs Jerome M'Carthy, of D-ireo, to Misa 13. E. Ruby Franklin, elder daughter of the lito Juhn Taylor Franklin, lato of Slipppnrton_ and Numurkab, and Mrs FrBnklin, "who was eo wel'.-known in tho Oraeo diatrict-. The bride, who was given away by her brother, looked lovely in a beauti ' ful trained gown of croatn pailabte silk, witb pearl panel and veil of limerick lace (family heirloom) with wreath of orange blossoms, and carried a shower bouqaet of white water lilies and ssparBgus fqm, .with satin streamers (gift of bridpgrooro). The bridesmaid, Miss Minna Franklin, was gowned in a very pretty frock of white .em broidered roilp, witb mob cap of white lacp. She woro a gold necklet! set with cameos (gift of bridegroom) and carried a sbowe? bouquet! of whitB water'lilies aDd- asparagus fern...

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SWIFT'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

SWIFT'S CREEK. | FROM OUR OOIHIESPONDBNT. | Tho funeral of the late Mrs James M'Coy, of Albion Yule, Enaay, waa n vory large ono> People were present from all parts of tlio distrioti and many oatno from Brnt.hen, Omoo and Omeo Plains. Re?. P. G. Farnm read tho burial service. Muoh sympathy is felb locally for Mr M'Coy and his family jo the sudden bereavement! thoy have gnitained. fhe weathor is vory Boanonnble, boing warm and dry, but nn nil stock nrs in good oonditioa and dry feed is plentiful no concern is felt, as it is confidently expected thntj tho rain will aoma later on when ib will do most) j good. Since the beginning of July the rainfall has been exceptionally lighb herp, only 4.8-lin. falling, and 2.6lin. of thab fell in October. Nolwitlistm ding the ligbb rainfall for tho p»Bt six months, tho seaaon for graea wor one of I ho best experienced for a long time, bub this was owing to the bounteous ruin which fell during the Qrst half of the year. Tho dry weather doos not a...

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INTERSTATE CRICKET. N.S W. BIG SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET. ' N.a W. BIG SCORES. Tha interstate oriokeb . ra>ioh be tween South Wales and'Victoria commenced at Sydney on Saturday. "N,8.W, first inninga C75-Maoirt ney 201, Kelleway 138, Collina . . Marlpy 0,6, .Barbour 65 nob out.;:' Victoria Ipsb three wickets for 49. =?> . The ra^tbb between the Now South' Wales aM^Viqtoriari'Colte commenced at MiObour(ifV,'oa Saturday. N.S.W, floored 0^-r^34csnny 130,Callaway 129. Victorin.iJ^jt^.gve wioketa' for gg&ftK Willia 33,»^j(i!pBtriok 6? not oufcj ' vr .

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SOUTH AFRICAN LABOR. CONTINUED PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

SOUTH AFRICAN LABOR. CONTINUED PROSECUTIONS. l'Vederiok Oreawell, M.L.A., leader of the Labor patty in South Afrioa, haa been eenti to g&ol for a month and fined £20, for publishing a pamphlet likely to txcito ill-feeling in connection with the recent strike. He was also fined £10, in default 14 days imprison ment, for attempting to induce men to refrain from working, .

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STORING OF WINTER VEGETABLES. (Minna A. Stoner, Prof. dome Economics, N.D. Agri. Col.) [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

STORING OF WINTER VEGE TABLES. (Minna A. Stonor, l'rof. tioiny Kcon omics, Is'.D. Agri. Col.) Till) storing of winter vegetables is economical and desirable. In tlio fall enough vegetables go 1 o waste from the averago farm garden to supply the tablo during thu entiro winter. Tlio task ol storing is not dillieiilt if 0no lias a knowledge of . tho conditions bust suited lor .storago. and is willing to perform a simili amount of labour. I A dry well aired not too darlr, frost proof room, collar or sodho-.iso will sorvo tho purpose. Tlio most favour ablo tcmporaturo is not over GO degrees I1 all. Celery, cabbage and sweet po tatoes .should bo stored iu tlio coolest part of tho room. Hacks should be adjusted on which to place tho storage \ boxes or barrels. This avoids tho 1 dangers of overheating. excels mois , ture, and prevents decay. All veget ables should-bo gathered before the Irost, sorted, dried thoroughly before packing. Km* long storing, reserve those ol1 ino.a perfect formati...

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