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

A WILY WAITER. In Berlin the waiters in beer-gardens arc very sly in securing their tips. When a guest pays his bill, and tin waiter has to give change, the latter returns all the change correctly ex cept ten pfennigs. The waiter searches industriously in all his pockets anc displays ostentatiously all his changc but he has no ten-pfennig piece. As a general thing the departing guest becomes impatient and, tired oi waitr ing for the small amount, tells the waiter to keep the change. The celebrated, Professor Miller, whe \v,'is a frequent visitor to the beer* gardens, had his curiosity excited tc iiitd out. what the winters did Avjtl; the ten-pfennig fiteces, so he. watched them. He «oun discovered that thi waiter put all 'the' t*.*n-pfennig pieces in the lost. haud;.pocket .of his-vest, while all tha rest of the money went into I11H4 troueeKs i o?Uct Wlu-n Pro fessor Miller's turn-camo to pay for hli beer, as. us:»n] the waiter could not find -a ten-pJunnig pUce to com plete the cha...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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JOKE WITH A PHONOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

JOKE WITH A PHONOGRAPH. -i. -- ! Perhaps it is not generally known iliat Mr, Thomas Edison,' tho famous Inventor, cunuut boar » word spoken '"unless it is almost shouted. When quite a lad lie travelled on the American trains-which are nil of the corridor type-and made liiB living selling newspapers, magazines and sweets. By arrangement with tlic guard in the luggage van, he had a small corner where ho studied chem istry at odd moments. One day a piece ot phosphorous dropped on the floor, and set the car. 011 lire. Though the (lames were im- ' mediately extinguished, the guard was so angry Hint he threw all the chemical apparatus oil the train, and, by way ot punishment, lifted Edison by his cars. This violence broke both ear-drums, and tho inventor be came deaf permanently. The first phonograph was made in thirty hours by a mechanic to whom Edison had shown n rough sketch of the proposed machine soon after the idea imd been worked out, and Mr. Edison was not slow to have his little ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 January 1914

, ; Xmas Season, 1913. ^ ^ DAVID EAKINS, Merchant, Day Street, Omeo. Telephone No. 8. Has a Carefully Selected IStook of BEST QUALITY CUTLERY, ELECTROPLATE, ETC. To. Select Useful Christmas Presents From, DAVID EAKINS. Auctioneers' Notices. A- fMGfisVRIOR & GO., Oattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIPrSLAXD AUCTION SALES conducted in any part, of Gippsland, and at Omeo District when equircd. LeUe and Tclcgramo quiokly answered Auctioneer for the Firm A. N. MACARTHUR, Who Conducts all Auction Sales and 8upormtends all Business of the Firm, Distriot Representative: ... H. MCMILLAN, SWIFT'S CREEK M. DAVINE,1 B.A. L.L.D, BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR. WABRAGUL. Former!? of Omeo.) W. H. GOOMBES, Qoaclibuilder and Wheelwright. . ElfSAT, . ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE ON THE PREMISES, . Vehicles Bought and Exchanged. Estimates given for all classes of Dwellings. SIDEBOARDS, DRESSERS, SAFES, TASKS Wade on the Premises. Address-NEAB ESSAY STOIU;, ENSAW | OMEO PHOTO...

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A TERRIBIE SUITOR CHAPTER XXIX. A FULL CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

A TERRIBIE SUITOR By Mrs. .Harriott Lewis, Author of "Found Guilty," "Tlio Doublo Lit'r ' oto.) CHAPXliK XXIX. 1''UJLIJj COXKliSblO.N. l''or a moment, Shawcross continued to look about- him witli tho wild glare of a hunted beast. He did not daio to. return to Maggie's ctiamoer, lest she should betray his presence tuere, uud uom-er mm up to his supposed enemies. His oily thought, his one jtntye:, was to seo her, and beseech her to <1011 v all knowledge 01 iiis wuereabouis'. As ho stood thus agonised, with a cold dew on his forehead, his gaze suddenly jell upon a half open door at tlio ngui of tue wide passage, and close at hand. Through the aperture lie e.-iugut a glimpse of a liguted and luxurious boudoir, such as could belong alone to Clio mistress of the divot ling. -Maggie must be within ihe room. Sho Had said sho ivas goiug to Ladv Luumoro's apartment. It lie could only see the gril, he felt sure she could savo him. Those wild thoughts passed swiltK through his mind, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

67 QUEEN ST >\EI/B«?URN£r > 'AW ... AT LAST! HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH SEPARA TORS available at prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of th.e NEW MODEL "VEGA" Has dealt a death-blow to the Exorbitant l'ricos charged by our Competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE 1 The Now Modol "VEGA" is 1:0 roughly and cheaply constructed separ ator. It has no superior in quality, and in pric£ there's nothing to approach it. WE ASK all intending buyers to vt-rify these statements, and thus SAVE MONEY, which is none top plen tiful these times. PRICES: 12 Gal. £3 15 0 28 Gal. £7 0 0 50 Gal. £10 10 0 80 Gal. £15 15 0 ISnergetic Commission Agents wanted throughout Victoria. Splendid opportunity smart salesu *Vrito to>day. Department "K.P.," Euckeye Harvester Co ?II t- r,2 FRANCIS ST.. MELBOURNE JF you have tried numbers of rem edies for your com plaint and failed to get any benefit DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there is still my system to try; and it has proved itself In 40 years' experience in treat ing every diseas...

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NEWSPAPER LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

NEWSPAPER LAW. .1. Subscribers who do not give ox prossnotlcoto thscpntrrtry are oouiiidcrod aawialiing toOontinub thoii subscription 2. If Bubsoribera order llio discotii tlnuanooof their pnriodicala, tbe publishet msy continue tosond them until AuitEAiis aro. paid. 3. If ubseribersrofuaoor nogloct to take periodical*, from tho office to wliioh thoy are divocted, they aro RESPONSIBLE until thoy have Rattled their billB and orda.r#ci ;:tha";. jJoriodk'iiU' to bo 'Iinuon tiuucd. If; .aubaoribprsj removp to oiler pla?pe ff-iiJi6iu informing tlio pubiisliurn, and' thfc papers aro aoht to their former direolion,'t.he subscriber? are rofiponsihltf. 6. 'l'ho courts havo decided Uint re fusing to tafco periodicals from Iho o/tico or removing or leaving them uncalled-for is prima facie ovidmiee of intentional FIIAUD,

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APPLICATIONS FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. HINTS FOR APPLICANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

APPLICATIONS FOR GOLD MINING LEASES HINTS FOE APPLICANTS. Proceedings to bo obsorvad when ap plying for a Lease : X. Erect posts (theao aro not required to bo paintod) at leant three inches aquaroe and notices than throe foot above the ground, with a metal plate having painted thereon tho words " Applied tor Louse," the ctuto of marking out, and the name of the applicant, or (it more than two) the names of the first two applicunts, and in caHO where only a.part of tho surfaco is equirod tho sumo shoultf bo marked out by posts painted red, at lonst two foot boo tho surface. These provisions being complied with the land is secured until tho Govomor-ia council grants or rofuaes tho application, and tho applicant 's required to do tho following things within ten days from the date of marking out tho lan>l, exclud ing Sundays, Good Friday, and Christmas Day. (aJ Insert a notice of tho application in a newspaper published in'the district where the land is situated. (b) Post similar not...

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DANGEROUS DERELICTS. THRILLING STORIES OF THE SEAMAN'S DREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

DANGEROUS DERELICTS., I THRILLING- STORIES . OP THE SEAMAN'S DREAD. Hie extraordinary number 0t miss ing and abandoned ships paitcd at Lloyd B this year incidentally BUE. Ecsts one of the greatest dangers of the sea-the dorolict vessel. And the only official effort mads to overcome this peril Js that 'em bodied in the Derelict Vessels (Re port ) Act, 189G, by.., which, i[ tho Hnlfl 'tWiUlin mil63 'rom tho United Kingdom, tho Trinity House authorities-., sent out- « vessel to de 8 roy it And it is by no means an easy task to destroy a dcreiict. Cne way of doing so is by ramming, and tills is only within the power of a battleship. Destroying a derelict by Mowing, her i#p is apt to ma 'to matters worse at times ; huge baulks of timber floating about arc as dnn Kerous to shipping, and even more invisible than the derelict herself WAS. Among the Board of Trade records one reads of the Fanny E. Wolston, which was abandoned on October 15th, 1891, and travelled about 4,000 miles before she ...

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MAKING A STACK COVER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

MAKING A STACK COVER. In requesting information upon "tho 'bust' misturo' *.o put on a liossian black cover to mako it waterproof and not to rot it," a correspondent explains thai to has tried Stockholm tar and mut ton fat, but that mixture makes tho covor too heavy, and tho tar is liable to burn tho libro of the cover. This ?'.respondent is informed that .a sat isfactory waterproof cover cannot bo mado from hessian, and in tho long run it is cheaper to got a canvas covor, and 'uivo it passed through a solution to inako it rotproof. With caro such a co --r lasts for years, A process ot watt>-oroofing worth a trial is as fol lows: .Ingredients: 2 oz. soap, .1 ox. gluo, 1 gal. water. Soften tho gluu in cold w->tcr, and dissolve it togothor with the noap in tho water by aid ot heat and agitation. Tho cloth is filled with this aoluMon by boiling it iu tho liquid for several hours, tho timo re quired depending ooon tho kind of libro and thickness of u!->th. When pro perly satura...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

Almost Covered that Part of Face, .pestered and Inflamed, Also On - 'fingers and Knee, Used Cuti cura Soap and 'Ointment. Face _ Now Quite Healthy." " Wamlo," Wllliy Wllby, N. S. W.-"My baby's chin broko out In tbo form of a plmplo and gradually spread until tho aoro almost covered that part. of her faco. It would fester and nil becomo Inflamed. Thcro wero also tho samo sores on her flngors and knee. 1 tried several remedies without* success. Ono day I saw an advertisement; for tl:o Coilcura Remedies, so I gob somo Cutlcur* Ointment, which I used along with Cuticura Soap, which I had been using foe two years, and In four days I couldnotlcoa vast difference, and 110x7 after thrco weeks my baby'n faco Is qulto healthy 1 think Cuticura Soap and Ointment splcndfd fof tho akin and hair." (Signed) Mrs. L. M. Cook, January 7. I0i3. FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS Tho following is a most cfTcctlvo and eco* Domical treatment: Gently smear tho af fected parts with Cuticura Ointment, on tho end of ...

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HOME-CURED BACON. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

HOME-CURED BACON. .Some timo ago ivo referred to a bav-on curing demonstration liold at Bathurst, under the ausjjicos of tho local A., H., and P. Association, tho domonstrator being Mr. D. Hogarth, of that city. Tho process adopted is ono that lias been in vogue among cortain families in tho North of England for centuries, and ma; he considered one of those old family secrets, known only to a limited number, and highly profitable to the owners. At tho demonstration, 11 pigs ol varying weight, breed, and feeding wen; treated.1 Somo of them weighed under L'OO It., whilo a couple turned tho scale at 1)10 and 350 lb respectively. All of tho bacon has sinco been cut into, and in every case satisfaction has been expressed as to the quality of tho product. Ono of the owners has sold all that ho COM Id spare of tho baoon at 1/ per lb, and would make a great fa vor of selling tho hams at 1/1} pur lb. Tho other owners have, so far, refused to sell at any prieo. Since tho articlo appeared Mr. ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

CHURCH SERVICES,. BnkSD^TBBiAN Ouoroh-Sucday, Feb* r^ary i \ Swamo U, Benambra 3, Omeo 7.30, Roy. F* Q« \ ohild was born at Youog, N.S.W,. last week, with a Uigo tioodlo clicking out.of tho loft thigh. Tftp mothur rcmombora ihu Bomo ycara ago the'lost a necdlo and wai uniblo to find It. Thin ia iho third child fiinco the needle diaapjieared.* '

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THE MODERN MACHIAVELLI. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

THE MODERN MACHIAVELLI. "But why won't you buy somothing off my stall?" remarked tlio pretty gill at ii charity bazr.nr. "Oli," answered tho man, "I only Iniv From the plain (jii'ls. Thoy hnvo a imrder timo making sales you know. It was a brilliant roply and sorrod itH uuthor nobly all tlio aftornoon.

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THE WOOL MARKET. Monday, January 26. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

THE WOOL MARKET. Mouday, January i Balgbtv AHD Oq. repqrt that tlioy offered a largo and atttactivo o\taloguo ou Monday of over 0500 bales. Wools from the south east of South Australia aud western Gippatnnd districts of Viotoria were muoh in ovideuce. There was a largo attondanco of buyers aud competition was vory animated. Owing to the easier position of iho money marUob and flrm closiutj of tho London galea, prioca woro again in favor nf tellers, and the market for most wools now chows a distinot rise at) compared with Deoimber. Tho prinoijnl salos wero from tho Western district of Victoria,Ariflytago-a, $)t. iatVirgcbQ, Di\oMld, realising 15Jd for ouper combing. Dalgety'a next silo will bo hold on Tuesday, February 3, aftsr which thero will bo no oalea for some weeks. Oamoa White's, Bonambra, sold to 13Jd, M'Namara *Bros.\ Cobuugra, lOjJd, E. Spencer's, Hinuomunjie, li£d. Tuesday, January 27. Mew &KAMN1) Lqan'Oo. report; bur flafalog^o on Tuesday comprise^ some 5900 P^los...

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ELECTRIC STERILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

ELECTRIC STERILISATION. The importnneo nowadays attached - after ago-long neglect-to securing milk : in a condition as nearly us pos sible free from disease germs of every kind gives speoiai interest to a mode of olectrio sterilisation invented by :i Livorpool doctor. Hitherto the mode pursued to preserve milk in full fresh ness of condition for tlio considerable length of time nccessary for its distri bution and consumption has boon to heat tho liquid, to a temperaturo whioh kills the microbes, and then to prevent the ucccss of further microbe* by .se curing it in airtight bottles, after which tho freshness seems to bo pre served indefinitely. An objection 10 tho method is that tho heating of the milk is in effect a cooking prjuesn, which so far changes' tlio nature of tho constituents as to render them less readily ,nutritious. Dr. ,J. M. Beat . tie, of' Liverpool, liowovor, sterilises thy milk by electric current, and thus avoids heating it at all.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS OMEO. Tuesday, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

MARKETS AND SALES GII'PSfj&ND STOCK REPORTS OMEO. i t Tuesday. January 20. MKSSRS A. Macartiiur AND CO repoi^ : - Wo heid a ealo of cattle and aheop at Omeo, on tho abovo date. A nico yarding of good quality came forward, and noarly ovory lot changed hando at full market rotes. HINNOMUNJiE STATION. Wednesday, January 21. MESSRS A. Macartihjr and Co. report: Wo held a very large and successful ealo of furniture and 00*0018, at Hinnoinuojie station homcstoad, on account of Mr J. VV\ Brumloy, who has sold tho station and is leaving the district, on tho above date. Tho attendance wae good, competition keen, and everything fiold at very satisfac* tory prices. BAIRNSDAIjE. OFF-SHEARS SHEEP SALE. Friday, January 23. MESSRS A, MAOARTitua AND CO. report t Wo held our annual off shears sheop sale at our Bsirnsdale yards on the abovo date, when wo yarded 20,000 of alt chases, and sold every sheep with tho exception of ono small lot of 216 weathers. The yarning would have been a record'...

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FOOLING THE MISSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

FOOLING THE MISSUS. A very lazy man ^'as asked by his wife to dig tho potatoes in tho garden. Liu consented, and alter digging i'or a few minutes went into the house, re marking that lie had 'found a coin. He put it in his pocket, and wont back-to work. Presently? lie returned to the house, .saying Uo had found another coin, which on bein^ washed turned out to bo a two-fthlling pieeo. He put this in his pocket. " X have worked pretty lmrd,"' .said he to 1:is wife, "I think I'll take a short nap." When ho awoke hp found that his wife ?ad dug th© remainder of* the-potatoes, but she had found no coin. It at last dawned upon her that she had been "taken in." Willie tried by various means . to interest his father m conversation. "Can't you seo I'm trying to read?" .said tho exasperated parent. '|Now, don't bother me." Willie was'silent, lor almost a minute. Then, reflective ly, "Awiul aceidenv on the under ground today." Kather looked up with interest. "What's that?" he asked. "What was ...

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OMEO PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

OME'J PLAINS [FROM OUR. IFYMMSPONPIUIT.I A horse, tho prop >rty of Mr S. Sar gent1, Wl down a newly-sunk well at Mr E Spcncor'd homestead on Sttur day night, and though several poire of hands lent willing aid it wag not until the evening of the next day that) a rescue was cflyoted. The horao for tnnatoly escaped, with a fow braises, hut it> is said that) on rosohing the sur face the animal was so ovorcomo that it heo-imo onoonsfiiogs . and remained bo fur Bomo lime, hub is now recovering. What might) havo been a fiorions accident happenod to Mr Chas. Spen cer-a member o£ tho same household -a low evenings ago. Ho was loading straw in a paddock adjoining the house when somo straw from bhe top of tho load slipped on to the . backs of the horses Bnd oanuod them to tike fright. They started off and Mr Spencer was precipitated from tho top of tho load on to thoir backs and bocamo entangled in tho harness, Tho terrified animals dashed for homo, tho wheols of tho waggon missing tho r...

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MURDER TRIALS. STRIKING SIMILARITY IN CASES [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

MURDER TRIALS. STIUKiNG SLUILAIUTY IN CASES , In a letter to tlio London "Daily . Chronicle," Mr. Herbert N. lVlowkur, t;I liucclecoto, Gloucestershire, draws attention to tlio singular likeness be tween tho caso of Amy Kvclyn ltowe, indicted beforo Mr. Justice C'oleriiigo oil hor own confession at GIoucuoici Assizes recently for tho murder ut lie: mother in December, ISMS, and acquit ted, and that of Constance Kent, con demned nearly fitly years ago for the Uoad Murder. Mr. Jflowker writes: "Tho dramatic trial of Amy Ivowe for tho alleged murder of her mother containod many points of interest, lioiii in law aud fact. "Tho caso for tho prosecution show ed there was 110 ovidenee whatuver against tlio prisoner except her own confession, to tlho matron of the house ut C'ardiif, livo years after her mother's death. "During tho trial Mr. F. W..Shei wood, iu his ablo dofenco on behalf ot his client, raised an interesting legal point, and quoted tho caso of Con stanco Kent, tried at Salisb...

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GOOD SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 30 January 1914

GOOD SPIRITS. In tlieso dnyB ouo important in gredient of attractiveness is apt to bu overlooked;-that is, good spirits. .Kvci-yono l-dcogmscs how much can bo dono to improve tho complexion, or tho hands, or hair or figure, by rea sonable oaro and culture; but it ib not so well uuderHtood how much may ho drino ior the spirits. Vet who woukt ' .tjeny that good spirits, joio do vivro, brightness, a ealiu, sunny disposition, aro eminently attractive'( , Tho lirst thing is to realiso that, good spirits aro largely a, ximttor or willpower, and have 1:^'" i - ' r witn ^imiirmnnces. No dv-nl- ii/ is hard \ joyous with the brokers in tho but wo see every day that Homo people manage to be eheortul, . when oheorfulnvss would seera impos .siblo. And, as a matter of practical experience, wo do not lind that tho women with wh/ui the world goes well, wfm'hav'.v d'olightfui-ami chil dren, good health and plonty or money arc tho most serene. 'Nearly all cheortul peoplo liko their .feiiow-creaturcs;...

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