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HOW TO PROTECT ANIMALS FROM FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

HOW TO FROTECT.A"IIVIALS KROM FLIES. In rcsponiju to numerous enquiries for a cheap ami elfectivo substance to keep flics oft horses and cows, S. Avery, tho veterinarian and chemist of the Nebraska Station, lias propurod «ind a compound that give;; <*::c!lnt results. The formula is as follows: - Neutral oil 4 pints Oil of wood tar 1 pint ? Mix and shako well. Apply lightly with a lloxibln brush, or with spray putnp. Avoid exwssivo application. aa a very light application is sullicicnt to protect the animal for some time, as, for instance, during a milking { e riod, or longor.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTRINSIC VALUE OF MANURE ON THE FARM. THE USES IT SERVES MAKE IT OF VAST ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

INTRINSIC VALUE OF MANURE ON THE FARM. THE USES IT SERVES MAKE OF VAST ECONOMIC IMPORT ANCE. It is imposiblo to accurately estimate tho full money value of farm manuro. Its valuo !1S u fertiliser; that in, tho money valuo of tlio plant'food tliat it adds to the soil, may oasily bo computed from a chemical analysis. But through out tho country, as a general rulo, its valuo as a fortilisur requires much loss consideration thaC its otlier values. Its effect upon tho soil far transconds in valuo tho valuo of tlio plant! food it adds to tho soil. These other UBCS of farm manure arc of prime importance to.the producing capacity of most soils They have not been given enough con sideration, and as a result, tho pro ducing; equity of these soils lias «<>f. been mauo what it mighf easily'"have boon made. Nearly all soils aro seriously lacking in vegotablo content. Vegetable growth tises up tho vegotablo.ountent of tho soil. After land has been suc cessfully cropped for a number ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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DURABILITY OF A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

DURABILITY OF A HORSE. A hoji'Bo will travel 400 yards in 4J minutes at a walk, 400 yard* in t\y*» mimiti** at a trot, and 400 yards in one minuto at a gullqp,. The usual work of a lior.se is takeA.at ii2,500 lb. raided one foot per miuuto for eight hours per day. A horse will carry 250 lb. 25 miles per day of eight houra. An average draught horse wili draw 1G00 lb. 23 Hided per. day on a level road, weight b of waggon included. The average \y^ig]it of a liorto is 1000 lb; his:.htrpngtli is equal to that of live men. In a horse mill» moving at three feet per second, trnok. 25 ft. diameter, he exerts with the muehino the power of 4$ horses. Tlu* greatest amount a horso can pull in a horizontal lino, is 900 ih.; hut be can onJy do this momentarily; in continued exertion probably half of this is the limit. I To attains his growth in liv> years, will live 25, average 10 years. A hor.se will live 23 days, on water without solid food, 17 days without eating or drinking, hut only fivo d...

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CHATS WITH THE COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

CHATS WjTH THE COOK To select a< hajn.-Piorco lliroii^rJi tho thick part with a meal knifo. U tho blade draws out clean, tho iia-n is a good 0110, but if tho fatty Mib.v taneo sticks to »t, another solootion should bo mado. It should also have* a sweet rich smell. Alter making a .satisfactory selcciioii, wash and senm. the hatu until clean, and then let il stand in fresh water over night. In iho morning submerge il jii a kcHle of nearly boding water. Lot '.t eouk gently for an hour, when you maj throw in a carrot, if there is no -Ji jeotien lo the flavor, also a sprig 01 parsley, or a few cloves and bay leaves, to .suit the taste. When the meat is done, let it stand in tho liqiror unin cool, thus leaving it juicy and tender. Never boil any .salt meat severely, but keep it at a gentlu simmer until doiio.' To give tho ham a line apnearanee, j cover it with breadcrumbs when coin, I ami brown lightly in the oven. This not only improves the ilavor, Lt*t makes it possible lo se...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (\\y " Ariiict^iur, k«.iMK'limc£ hiits in the window look better to tho observer than when triocl on. Tho window drissor, knowing iiis business, pees that tho soiling suits On a juiic grey-green had? ground, per naps iio will .show tho hats in tints ol yellow, p.nk and blue. Thou prob ably lie will use a l.ivf?** bhu:k hat with black plumes and two white hats, and keep tho yellows near the black, and tho pin Us and blues mar tho whites. In displaying bis dross goods, he will bo «.«jiia:ly wise--labries ol dolicat.o bluish greys or tints of bluo agains! ivory wiiite, into which perhaps ho has introduced an occasional note of orange, i'IN lafii'ii-s of dark blue, such as Indigo ho will have against a background of in; <iin in blue grey wit h an occasional nolo ot Indian led. Again. fabrics in the varii.im browns from yellow ilu-MUjrh red to black against. a. grey gi<iii b.:i_kground contrasted. perhaps Wiib an occasional note ot gioen. Fi nally,...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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IMPORTANCE OF REGULARITY IN MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

I IMPORTANCE OF REGULARITY IN MILKING. In everything regularity is good piaetice, but in good dairying it T lln peritivc. To produce iniand rich vivid-* of milk jk the sole function oJ Um dairy cow, and to do this she must bo of Rood dairy type, fed palatable and nutritious lecds and milked clean at regular periods. Ase u rule, tho cow is milked at u oYloek t'f mornings in summer and 7 or S o'clock in mornings in the tvi:> u*r. The very unequal periods aro made for the cow by this sun to sun milk in":. and a* a consequence, the quality of her milk ilew and t!u> length of her annual period aro reduced. The oow ciut do her It >>t only when milked at equal and regular perit.ds of about, 12 hour* each the year round. The lull supply of milk is not. in the udder ready to I»o dr.;wn i nL (ud'ore mdking tiim« comes, hut two thirds oi it is produced in the frauds duriv.g the operation of milking. The ud (h r, however. is usually litled. and t!v '.o\v becomes used to tbi., hut if...

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BLIND BUT EXPERT DAIRYMAN [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

D. BUT.EXPERT DAIRYMAN A remarkable personality is the sub ject of ii sketch scut by a correspond ent to tho "Glasgow Herald'' Air Matthew Mitchell, whoso brother i6 the tenant of u farm in Scotland, despite tho faot that- ho had been deprived ol sight at i\ very early age, is to be found daily attending to tho stock on the farm, with a measure of success which would rebound to the credit of one en dowed with all his fucuitie.s. wiicu 5 years aid, Matthew had the misfortune to lose liic sight through au- accident brought about while at play. After a abort course of instruction in tlu« Asylum for tho blind, Glasgow, ho returned tu his horn*', Hidden Kami, near Galstou, of which his father, the late Mr Mat thew Mitchell, was then tenant. With iiuwveHous aptitude, ho applied hiinsoll to tlie work of tending to the dairy .stork. Twenty-nine years ugo( the family removed to llallaird, Bullion, a large propping and dairy farm. Some 50 cows in milk were kept, and almost without exception, ...

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ENSILAGE—THE FAVORITE FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

ENSILAGE-THE FAVORITE FODDER (By "Agricullurnlist" in% "Now Zealand Dairy man.") That tho feeding of oows is one oi tho most important matters connected with dairying, 110 one can gainsay, I ut of tho tnauy fornix in gcuunU nso, 1 will ut present touch on only ono-cnsil ago. ATo argument-, to my mind, could ho adduced against the uso ot ensila&e, and any contention to justify tho sotting aside of fodder of such para mount importance would not hold ground in tho l'aco of practical expen eneo on tho dairy farm. Ensilage contains no sttbstanco that would in any way tend to interfere with the organ isms of tho cow, while it oentnius .»o littlo acid that its color is not objec tionable. It can bo mado when hay cannot, and even this is an important point, especially in Southland and Tar unaki where tho weather is so variable. It may not supersede hay-making, b i .. that is probably because of the varies* of uses which the colonial fanner puts hay io. Hogarding the preparation oi e...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

(Ily "Rusticus.'') Wheat is so muoh in evidence l»ft now that it isi 11 accnrdanee with the iitness of t ilings Hint this column slumM I).) devoted to it this week. It ls .->1 in. I:oiI in mount a ins at the railway slut-ions i» tiio 0011 ti os of tlio corenl-pri - duc:in(5 areas; it is taxing tho spioial facilities provided l'or its conveyance to the seaboard, and is creating hu y scones at tlio wharves. It is li.ernlly u guidon stream tluit is In bring ill ie tnrn a stream of gold, BuL in tlio midst of tlio sutisfuoti.m < hat, everybody must feel at tlio guruo! inn °1 tho good harvest, the attention dinctcd to how much bettor it mignt iiavo been is not out of plaeo. It is in no spirit of complaint that, this i emphasised. Nature has. this year, on tho whole, been hind to us. Tie re arc, of courso, somo localities ill wh'.eh conditions have not been as lavorfthe as conki ho wished, but. talcing thing' "In!, and l>y" tho season has heon lioiin t i I HI. That our far...

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THE HAND SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

THE HAND SEPARATOR. The value of a hand separator <*e ponJ.s vor/ larg.-ly upon tho person who runs it ana cares for the cream. Theie «s nt> ijik: t i^n but what tho separate has its advantages, but in the hands I ii careless person it very soon hco'cies a detriment. Most of tho sti ida . ! machines aro made to run easily, and almost as smoothly as a sewing rm chine, Juit how many after being us.«.d .a while turn like a l'ccd chopper, and, for noise, a thrashing'machine is not in it. Ti.c ^rocbio is generally vri..J ab'«! te uw-iran conditions of tho gear ing and lack of oil. Not that oil is not usedt but t'ho oil holes and chan nels bcoomo clogged up and tJio oil cannot reach .the gearing. One of the fust things a farmer should do after buying a separator is to get per fectly familiar with every part of tho "earing. This is as important to un derstand as the bowl. JMilk very often gets into tho gearing, and this always causes trouble till removed. Watch this, and keep...

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DEEP PLOUGHING FOR OATS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

JEEP PLOUGHING FOR OATS. On the Iron Mountain railroad de monstration farm at Hope, Ark., oat land ploughed lour inches d« ep yielded but bushels to the acre, while the same land yielded 77 bushels to the acre. Tins increase results from the faot that deep ploughing afforded a better reservoir for soil water, and dry weather did not delay the growth, hi* the deeper ploughing a larger am ount of moisturo cairn; in contact with more soil particles and dissolved more plant food. Tiu-ro was also more fvpace for root development, and the larger rout devt lopment was enabled to se cure more moisture and more plant food.

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BARBED WIRE CUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

GARBED WIRE CUTS. Varm animal.* arc always inure 01 I^v. liable to injury from who outs, and it is important to give quick at tention to all ; ueh injuries. When ihe wound is j»evere it will pay to em ploy a veterinarian to dress the wound. Where the sei v cvs of a good veterin arian uannot b - obtained, fanners wi!J havu to handle the case thenisylvo^. The ordinary wound will heal ii' not, interfered with. This interference may be from germs, parasites, med dling with tho Aound, on the part ol the man 01* the animal itself. The first tiling to do is to stop the in-ujorr hagc. This can be accomplished b\ a tip;iit hand ulJ cleau, white muslm, applied either over or above the wound. A thread may be used un der tho artery by using a needle, and tied. . Do not uso Hour, diri, coo webs, or anything of that sort on tho wound. , *»>*». a re u uneeessa ry a iI<J may prcduco a serious infection of Uiu wound. Jla ring checked tho bleed ing, remove the clots of blood and cut otf...

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A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

'A WARNING, / n old lady, who was rather deaf filtered a little Scotch church, carry lug an ear-trumpet. The sidesman j*avo the old lady i stiej itiouB look, aiid watched-her utj* til fho was seaf.ecj. <. He co:ild stand it- no longer, so waring up ,to her, ho put up I v.am'n» linger and said :? "No.v, mind you, rmo *oot and ou' you go !" 1346.

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A FEW HINTS TO A CAKE MAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

FEW HINTS TO . CAKE MAKER, Mhdi usin; milk it is'useful1 to know tliat so'ir milk makes a spunky, litilit cii'ic ; H'.vcet milk, oqf which cuts like pound cuke. With sour luilk. soda alone is used ; \vitl| s'.vcct mill:, soda" and cream in' tor tiii'. Never use ficsh mi.l boui' .niilli for tho fume cake, Butter should In' beaten to a crca'n, and the sug'ai added very gradually ; next the yolks of C(,'G!?, thi-u tint Hour, then the whites 01' tho ei;^s, and finally the . flavoui ing or spjeo. Ho not stir the cake mixture, hut b:at it with the hand... Tl)e. batter should. bo .brought up from the disl) at every stroke, in this way driving tho air into tile cells instead ol driving it out. Tile cells will W l.ns if- the ..njotioull'.b.c" flower to 'wards the end. Kcmembpr tjjc strukes slioulc] tend in. an upward direction. Never befit, ov mix a cttkt in a tin ; eijrttien or jjtgqcwtiro should be used, and a wooden spoor i-i best. It Is better to greaso the baking tins with lavd. Several...

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LIFE IN PAPUA. SOME INTERESTING DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

LIFE IN PAPUA. S05U3 INTERESTING DETAILS. (By E. H. Vrolnnd, Survey Depart ment, l'apuii, formerly of Vic toria.) On tho night of October 10th last, 1 left Port Moresby, and, by moonlight took tho road that runs eastward., through low grassy hills, to tho foot oi tho rugged Astrolabe ranges. Passing by a few cotton and sisal hemp plan tations 1 reached at daylight tlio now township of "Uouna," aituated 17 miies from Port Moresby, by tho side of tho beautiful Yalako rivor. "Itouna" will bo tho terminus of tho railway which is to bo built from Port Moresby, in order to assist in tho development ol tho Astrolabo copper fields, tho princi pal raino in which "tho Ynlako lias been proved to contain millions of tons of high grado copper oro. This mino, liko many others in tho district, is awaiting moro capital and tho railway. Next morning tho carriers and tho remainder of, the party having arrived, wo took tho road that leads to tho top of Hombrom Bluff-a rugged, mountain that forms one w...

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THE JAPANESE. HOW THEY LOOK TO AMERICAN EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

THE JAPANESE. r HOW THEY LOOK TO AMERICAN EYES. ' , The cheerfulness and conic nVcdmss of the Jnpnneno nre us apparent to any visitor as their politeness an 1 cleanliness. Every Japanese has ;. perpetual smile on his face. He ha? schooled himself to he eonbntcd. AB for their aestheticism, in rcfer oneo to art, architecture, and paint ing, I shall refer . here to two inci dents. I went to tho chrysanthemum shows in both Toliio and X,v:oyn In both places the halls were liter ally packed with poor people who lurt paid good-money to see nothing but rows of potted chrysanthemums. On the railroad from Kyoto tn Tokio we suddenly came in sight ol . Fujiyama-the Peerless Mo' ntuin oi Japan. There were some thirty Ja panese in our compartment. Every passenger on the opposite side of the car moved across the aisle, and tli.n tho entire car-load gn'/cd in rapt adoration at the sacred mountain dur ing tho half-hour we were skirting its base. Thoir self-control is a trait that impresses everyone....

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THE WOOL MARKET. LOCAL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

THE WOOL MARKET. LOCAL SALES. Dajujety AND CO. sold : Ensay (Hamilton Eatatc) to lljfd ; OB over Negouro (0'Brieu Eatato) to 12^d. Youxghushand, RONS' AND CO. sold: ET over Omeo (E. Tomkina) to ll^d ; WT oeer Oinco (W. Tomkins) to IUd ; Ft* over Omeo ( ) to l\d ; A ovor JO & Sona over Omc» (Condon nnd Sona) to I ; AO over Etiaay (A. Clink) to 12jd. Australian Estates CO sold: JL over Earlstoo (J. Lewiogton) to 12|d ; DM over Omco (D. M'Namara) to 11^1 ; RM over Omco (R. Matthews) to Ujd ; PB over Omco (P. Brander) to ll.^d ; AWS over Omoo (A. XV. Soutter) to 8£d ; T ovor TH over Omeo ( ) to ll.}d ; JB over 101 over Otneo (J, Braid) to U 11, CON J over Omco (Cun. J ones) to ll^d ; PK ovor Omeo (P. J. Kelly) to Ujd. NEW ZjsiIJAXD LOAN Co. sold : JAW ovor Oinco (J. Williams) to 12d ; AP over Omeo (A. Pither) to 12d ; G over TIC over Omco (T. Ho'londa) lljd ; J and WS over Omeo (Souttor Bros.) 22d ; MB ovor High field (alias Braid) to 11 £d. ; WJ McO over Omeo (W. J. M'Coy) to l...

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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. OFF SHEARS SHEEP SALE. Friday, January 16. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

MARKETS AND SALES GIPP8LAND STOCK RHPOllTB BAIRNSDAL13. orf SHEARS SHKICl' SALE. Friday, January 10. Mkssksi A. M'T.kan AND CO report At our annual ofi-shcars sale, held at our BtunmHlo yards on tho nbovo elate*, wo yarded 10,000 mixed sheep to n Rood atten dance) of local uud oulaido buyors, With tho excoption of two lota, tho whole yarding war sold at auction, 'tho demand was keen and Puatainul . Good young breeding ewes Allowed a rioo in values, and for other fahecp priccB arc on a.par with thoio ruling at tho closing salea of 1013. Bales wcro an under \V. VVinson, GG3 0 and 8«toolh crossbred ewos II).?, 57 e\vca U? Id ; >1. T, Martin, 592 6 and 8-toolh OWOB IGj 8rams 17-'i Cj>! ; K. Bill", 408 mixed weaiiora 10.?, 103 2-loolli wolbora 13* 7d ; J. P.- Hop?, 201 2 tooth oroffibrcd owes IGj 198 2-iooth croasbrod wethera Mi, woolly l-unbs 11a fid, mixed fhcop 13-»'; J. M'Muhon, 171 mixed wennera 9? 4d, 150 G and 8-tooth owea I4i 01 ; »1. M'Kie, 143cw>»h 10S'; S. R. ohnstou,...

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BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK. EIGHT MONTHS' FEARFUL LEG ULCEUS, LIMB SAVED BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

BAD LEG AFTER A POCK EIGHT MONTHS' FEARFUL LEG ULCEUS, LIMB SAVED BY ZAM-BUK. As lbs outcome of a simple accident I - a knock on the leg-Mr W. E Browu, of Durham' Street1, Auckland, I N.Z., was crippled with fk'sh-eatiag ulcers for eighbmontbs. Telling how iho limb was mado quite Btrong and sound by iJimrBqk's healing, Mr Brown says:-i" Through knocking my lefti leg against the'edge of a box, I one day burab a varioose vein. A stream of bltod gushed out1, and it was Some timj; before J could stop the bill flow.' Soon afterwards the wound beoatao arigryrlooking and. ulcerous, and caused grout pain. "Ilaid up and re»-t'ed the limb, but ib was no use, for the bad place gob wor6P : and worse aDdi terribly inflimed. Then the trpalmppb of n ipi'dical man waa tried, but ib failed to bring any improvement. For ei»hb months I waa in fearful tormcuK The io'fl-tm roation spread, the u'oers gob deeper and bigger, BI)d the leg was swollen euormously. " I had often heard of Z im Buk so at last I ...

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THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, January 19. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

THE SKIN MARKET. «> Mouday, January DALOETV AND Co report:-Auction BIIOH wcro held op Monday, when smalt cata logues of very poor equalities wcro submitted. The market for rabbit skins was again adversely affected by the further falls in London, and values declined fully Id per lb. Fox and wallaby skins also sold in favor of buyers. Wc quote:-Stale winter headless rabbit eUinp, Vifltorion Si lo 9d j N 8. >V. Sil to 9d ; fox skins, winter firsts, 90s to 108J per doz.

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