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Dairying in Switzerland [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

Dairying Tho oow arid hor produce appear to havo boaton nil other departments oi agricuituro in Switzerland, says tin; agricultural corrospondont of "The lorkshiro Pos{.." According to th? riiost iecpnt publication" of oh«: tctal Srfla of tho country-slightly less than tun million acres, or half *-Jms SIZO of Scotland-only 5J millions t-fe cultivit ou, and of this corn occupies ci.ly 256,000 acres, and vineyards 8S 000 acres.- Thero aro practically no foi' ago crops in our senses of tho weird, and no root, orops, but a considerable area of grass land, which produces largo crops in.tlio valleys and abundant glazing on tho mountains and their lower dopes. When wo consider these figures woaro amazed at the fact that tho dairy cows number nearly 800 000, flboivirig ft continuous and marked iu oroasu. year,by year. 'l'ho director of tho important Dairy / Spliool at Itutti estimates tho average 3'iold of llto coiva of tho country at 5DI gallons, which is pn-bably 130 gal lons more than th...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FATIGUE POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

THE FATIGUE POINT. Nothing is so beneficial to a man 01 .a womau as to relax every muscle ol tlio bedy, to liu or at least to sit with closed eyes fur a short time every day. Many ptH>plu cannot sleep, many can only spare a quartor of an hour for this rest, but if these would make a point of taking just what they can tlie} would soon Jiud a mark.d difference in their health. A human bring cai. work every day up to the point of fa tigue without feoling any the worse, in iacfc it may bo said that hundreds would feel infinitely better if they had to work to tho fatigued-point every day of their lives. Thoy would not then complain of loss of appetite or inability to sleep. But tiiese ill ef fects, if they arise from want of work, also attack thoso who habitually pass the fatigue point. To rest before just geti/ng tired is ouo of the very best means to prevent a breakdown. li mental or physical strain is continued, even a little too far for any consider able length of time, disastrous...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. SOUTH AFRICAN LABOR. SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT]. SOUTH AFRICAN LABOR. SCENE IN PARLIAMENT. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. The South African parliament) was opened with an intimation thai only important) measures would be dealt with, offing to the excited atate of public feeling. Notice was given of an indemnity bill to authorisa the recent action taken under martial law, Tha Labor members in tho House created a scene of excitement! and threatened to obstruct! tho business on every occasion that was possible.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Garden Note [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

Garden Note Sometimes, when plants do not strike readily from cuttings,, and cannot bo propigated by men 119 ot' suckers or grafts, recourse is had to layering. In this case, a shoot of the parent, pl.int is bent over and partly cut off with a stuping out, which is kept open hv a bit of gravel, covered with soil, ho that, it will take root. The layer shou-d be pegged down to keop it in place, and the soil firmly pressed round it. Alter it has tnken root tho shoot is cut be tween the roots and the parent p.'nnt. and tho youi.g plant or layer is remov ed to itfi desired position. Layers are made at different times of tho year, cither spring or autumn being the better, and they should not be movvtl until they aro thoroughly established. Almost any plant, which has shoots which can DO bent to the ground can bo made to strike from layers, but tho method is usually only adopted when it is not easy to obtain plants in a more simple manner. The plot of ground is first surround ed with board...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, FEBURARY 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

THE OMEO STANDARD. With which Is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, l'ViSRUAltY 3, 1914. . Tho Shiro Council will hold ita monthly meeting to-'diiy {Tueadiy). , The programme of tho St. Patrick's an nual sports ia published in another oolunm. Entric3 will cloie on Saturday for the Tongio races, to ba held ou Saturday, February 14* I Dr. L«Vank Tipping ia taking tho pUee of ! Dr. Tulluh for a few weeks while tho latter : ia away for a holiday. \ epepial aorvici* wilt In hold at tho Presbyterian Church, Kusiy, ou Suuday, iu memoriam of the Uto Mrs Margicot M'Coy. Mr and Mrs Brutnlcy and family, lato of tlumouuingie Station, wore M favewelled" last week, both, at Benambra and Omeo. Rcpoita of both ovonta will appear in next isfilje, Mr II- \y* Ounbridgo U eti|l suffering j from tho reaulu of Ma recont accident. j Notjco is ^ivcu iu another column that he | will not bo ablo to visit his f»ienda and pupils umil further notice. , ! In thU issue '* Ambrosino" writea a J goaaipy colu...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A Hint to Travellers [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

A Hint to Travellers As An excursion train recently drew into a -seaside terminus tho passengers began to collect their luggage and get their tickets ready. 14 Kscuse nie, ma'am," snid a seedy-looking, shifiy eyed individual in tho corner to a buxom matron sitting opposite, "d'ye mind my looking at your ticket a moment p" Tho matron looked some what surprised, but placed her ticket in the outstretched hand. Tho sucdy individual studied it for i\ moment, thon, coolly tearing off a corner, handed it hack as tho train pulled up. He passed on with tho crowd to the har rier, but just as ho got to tho ticket collector ho oricd, "I've forgotten my stick," and da.nhed back to tho car riage. Having recovored his stick, Ik approached the ticket collector boldly and attempted to pass through. "Tic ket, please." "I gave it up just now. I've been back for my Btick."' "You didn't give me a tiekot, sir." "Excuse me, 1 did. You look and so* if you haven't got one, No. OllG, w.th a corner missing." ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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GREEN MANURING AND FERTILISER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

GREEN MANURING AND FER TILISER. This system of green manuring t-u furnish a supply of otganie mailer, and lo collect nitrogen irein tho air in tho caso of tho green immuring <rjj> being leguminous-can bo employed vvitli decided advantage on sandy soil, mcl also on medium suite, for fields lo ivhioh it may not be convenient to ap ply farmyard manure. To get the best results from green manuring, it 15 necessary to supplement it by the implication of fertilisers. On this subject a distinguished German pro cessor of Agriculture has the following observations'Tho necessity for the addition of nitrogen is dependent on Ireds, not ablo to faco tho wintei vithout a set of furs valued at £U0 or £70 boing added to half a dozen other sets. I liavo known a woman, whose husband was on tho brink of bank ruptcy, paying out a Inst available £10 note for a velvet coat. Dressmakers could tell many surprising storioa of \hat an inordinate love for dress means -wo liavo had many revelation...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

For Constipation, Biliousness, >< o/;, Bad Breath, 1 ^ ^ Headache, Indigestion. j Deligkfol Family Me&fec h a & n £ :ls M L» \ji X.,. ¥ MIMEI. OOA/S/G/V YOUR PRODUCE ~i <u. & CO. LTD., WOOL. GRAIN, cS PRODUCE BRQKtih&. STOOK MNO STATION AOEIVTS. FAIlIiEES' CLIPS. S SfE0WLlT¥ .. When desired Clips are Reclscsed by Experto at a total cost or «no--rf penny per lb. AH Producu carefully Valued by.Experto prior 10 aw. , ClIentB given choice of any Market. SPECIAL DEPARTMENT!} For Hie Sale of LAND. STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW, OKIn% HIDES. FURS, BUTTER and DAIRY PRODUCE . Qulbcll'i: Sheep Dip, AV-TTMTQ t?nn ) KemP,ft Patent Sheep Branding Lion-** ) Wormo Spcclflco Sheep Drench, © Nobel'c Glacgow Explosives and Chllworth ' OHHril oe, £*»^S-^H HotHrlire? fcdVE# WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND 9RAIN WEEKLY. LI 13URAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Sale...

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NO MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

NO MISTAKE. 'l'lio manager of a cortain coal com pany knew how to look after his pence. Ho was what is known and termed a Hard and grasping man. "Hold on there, Bill," ho shouted angrily ono afternoon to an employ ivlio was driving out of tlio yard'. "Thai coal can't liavo been weighed. Ii looks a trifle largo for a ton to mo\" "ThiiJ ain't a ton, boss, shouted Hill, "it's two tons." "Oh, right you aro 13ill," said tlio manager, much mollified. "Hop; your pardon, Bill. Go ahead. Hill." Mmo. Alico Deschamps, a -well known French sportswoman, celebrated her 8'lth birthday bv taking part 'n a lawn tennis, * golf, and u cruquel inaleli at Lo 'l'ouquofc.

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Oiicnaii OF ENar.AHD.-Bunduy.Fcbruirv fl : Omeo 8 CH O.)t 11 und 7 80,-Beriumbra 3| Bov. G. tl. Devlin. Pke?dyteuun Cuuiioh-Friday, Feb ruary 6 : Tnmbo OroBsing 7 30 | Sunchy, Februarys: Eneny 11, Swift's Greek 2.30. Omco 7 30, Rev. If. 0. Faram.

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The "Jacks" [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

The "Jacks" Mr. Josoph Clayton has written a remarkable memoir of "Father Stanton of St. Albans." I'robably no man cl deliuito, uncompromising views had so many friends irrespective of creed ». oalliiiK. Thoro wero tho "Jaoks," for in stance, who from tho slums of Gray's Inn Lano, wero persuaded to gather in Stanton's room at tho clergy liouse for .several. Sundays, and of. whom ho used to spoak. They wouldn't ;'i\e theii names. "Wo have all tho same nuuio-Jaok: call us 'the Jacks,' " wjus thoir answer to inquiries. "Weil, after they had been coming for a fairly long time, and 1 had given them tho best instruotion 1 could," roid Father Stanton, "they turned up cue Sunday bringing a largo German litbo grupli, framed, of Olirmt blessin/; .ittle . children. * They siild,- as I'd been -eiy kind to them, and tried to do them good, would I accept this token oi their gratitude. (Ji courso, 1 accept ed it, and then 'tho Jacks' simply dis appeared, and no o»o ever saw or Jieui.j anything of ...

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DIPLOMATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

DIPLOMATIC. A North country collier, anxious to pop iho question to a girl lvliom lie honestly admired, but unablo to sum mon up cotirago enough to ask her the yue.vtiou outright, adopted1 a method of sounding her as to hor idea of mat rimony. "Jenny, my lass," ho said nervously, "Ali'vo insured ma lifo." "Uasta, lad?" said Jenny indifferent ly. "Ayo, and Ah'm a silly for doing so." "How's that?" "Why, supposin' AJi got killed , 't pit, wlioro dost think t' moncy'll. go?" "Why, to thy i'oythor, for stiro." "Trui! neuf, and it isn't fair, it ought to bo paid to ma wife." "To thy ivifo; irh, tho hasn't got ono." "That's just it," said Bill, " but thou's a nico lass, Jenny, and T warn, .tlieo to hev that nionoy." "Why ooukln't tlja say so at first?" cried Jenny joyfully. Mr. Harry Hawker .(Melbourne's airman), will probably oompoto in tliu proposed "Aorinl Derby," to bo field at Sydney lioxt month. iho amount of brains you put into your work dotormines tho amount of pleasure and profit...

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APPLICATIONS FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. HINTS FOR APPLICANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

APPLICATIONS FOR GOLD iilNIM LEASES. HINTS FOli. APPLICANTS. Proceedings 10 bu observod whon ap plying for u Louse : I. lfiroct posti- (these uro not required to bu pointed) ill len*t throoinches sqnaroo anil hoi luns tliuii three fool above ilie ground, with :i inettil plate having painted '.hereon I ho words "* Applied tor LeaBe," llie i».ito of marking out, and the name of the appilc.int, or (it more than two) (ho rmmeB of the first two applicants, iind in c.Trut ivhero only a part of the surface is oqmrcd the sumo should be marked out bv j oita paiii'.ed rod, at loaBt two foot bou I ho surface. Tlioso provisions being complied witlr the laml is tsecurod until the Govornor-ia cmuicil grants or refuses tho application, and the applicant is requiro.l to do tho following tilings within ton days from the date of marking <iui tho laml, exclud ing Sundays, Wood .Friday, and Christmas Bay. (A) Insert a notice of tho application in a newspaper published in tho district whoro t...

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New Use for Tomatoes [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

New Use for Tomatoes It is now possibly (says a Naples correspondent) to buy a pound of to matoes in a paper bag made from to-, mato &lrin and eat them by tho light of a lamp burning tomato oil. Hitherto thero has been much waste in tho conversion of tomatoes into cat sup, paste and soup. Tho .seeds and skins have been thrown away, but now, after much research iu faotories at Naples and Parma, tho by-products aro almost as valuable as tho fruit it self. In this new process, tbo residue of seeds and skins is dried in tho .sun. Then the seeds aro crushed in a hy draulic press, when they yield a lim pid orango-yellow oil, which, despite its strong odor of tomatoes, gives an dorluss, bright ilaino whon burned in a lamp. « ]Jy another .process, tho skins of to matoes can bo so treated as to make » to'ugh quality of wrapping papor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

Frequent shampoo.? wilh Cuticura Soap, assisted when necessary by gentle anointings with Cuticura Ointment, afford' the purest, sweet est and most economical method of freeing (lie sc.hlp of infants and children from minor eruptions, itchings and scalings and of- -es tablishing permanent hair l'<:d.th. o * ncalti, !C<-1 -Mr.-r.1'' Co."! Clearing Bale! We are the Victims ! 1 . Of Time and must keep moving All Summer Goods must be soli during the next month,' SALE COMMENCES - SATURDAY, JAM. 17. ., And ends on Feb. 21 EVERY -ARIJCLE WILL BE REDUCED, Ten pei' cent. Discount, or 2s in the £ reduction on all Boots and Shoes for One Month only. Parcels of 20s. and upward sent. Carriage Paid. R. SHANNON, ' Importer and Draper, Omeo. General Storekeepers. FRESH .00008 ARRIVING EVERY WEEK. Wines, Spirits, Cordials, Groceries and Drapery. SPLENDID LOT OF HUGH THOMSON'S BOOTS AND SHOES:- ': Newest Patterns in Wall Papers. ORDERS TAKEN FOR OLOTHINGr TO MEASURE.-A New Select...

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Furs Preserved by Cold [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

Furs Preserved by Cold "VVhon tlio "life" of a fur garment is , considered in relation to its cost, the economical quality is a high ono, par ticularly to-day, when sotcnee lias eifec ted so perfect a preserver »B cold .stor age. This* developnu-nt of preserva tion, wliicli actually arrests ini'tural deterioration caused by evaporation of the natural oil in the leather and hair of furs in temperato and hot atmos pheres, apart from the immunity it provides against ravages by moths, prolongs tho lifo of the commodity in a wonderful degree. This advantage alono, compensates for a great deal of tho recont riso in values. Furthor, the depth of color and gloss in tho fur is moro enduring by . many years than it was under tho warehousing conditions of bygone days.

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

(By "Ambroaino.") American dressmakers, says the Now York corrospondut of tho *'Daily Tele graph," arc devoting somo attention to tho po*«ibilities of pina cloth, from tho Philippines, aa an artistic substitute tor tho diaphanous gowns worn by American women, who demand tho very latest thing in dress fabrics. Samples are being shown hero, and the stores are ordering coi;sidtvrablo quantities for next ©esson. Pm{i oloth 13 more diaphanous than tho Uwnnest of ovilo, 1 tnoro v»elhioid Mum the most clinging crspo <lo ('J-uue, and urtfo transparent iboti th«- thinn-va cf crepe meteor. I; c*viv bo'doubled several tunes and fet ill bo transparent. In one layer it has no moro thickuess than cobweb, and gowns made of piria will bo called cob web gowns. It is called pine cloth because it is made of half silk, and half pine apple fibro. It eoiuos in all col or»; .'nia^iir stripes of all designs. It can be bought at a shilling a Yard in the Philippines, but will probably oell for two...

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NEWSPAPER LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

NEWSPAPER LAW. 1. SubucriborB who do not givo ox press 'ioticoto the contrary are considorod U6 wiKhinq to^ONTiNUR thoiuubsoription If liuljHcriborH Ardor tho discnn. timuneoof their periodicals tho publinhei uny oontinuo f-oaoud them until AitUKARa i\ro paid. 3. If uhsuribors rofi\30 or negfoet to trilco periodicals, fvom tho oflluo to which thoy irp dirouteu thoy aro HkhvonsiiuiK until thoy lutvo not tied thoir billa-and ordered tho pqriodi'mlf- to ho diBcon tinuud 4. tf »»uW«cribors rcmovo to otl.cr phcon without informing tho puhlitdierw, nad tho p ipert> aro sent to thoiv former direction, rho Hubscriborearo rogponaihle, 5. Tho courts hiivo decided iiiafc Vc fusing to take periodicals fro^i thooftico or rcuioyiw! or thcpi uncalled for is prima facie ovidenoe of iiUoutiou'il tftyVUDy

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The Benefit of Legumes [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

The Benefit of Legumes It is a well known fact that a vig orous leguminous crop sucli as peas'oi clover enriches tho land in nitrogen and that another crop, say wheat or oats, following in rotation will benefit from tho nitrogen residues., Itecent investigations slum, however, that l:ie cereal may derive benefit from the utno even when hoth aro growing ai the same time. In tho "Jour. Agr>c. Eci.," vol. 8, experiments aro describ ed bearing this inferenco. Oats wore grown in quartz sand in small pots placed in larcer pots also filled with quartz sand, but growing peas. The inner pots thus grow oats only and ll e larger outer pots peas only, and in both cases all tho necessary plant fovl. were added except nitrogen. Tho inner pots wero of two kinds. Where they "were of tho ordinary porous pattern l be oats grow vigorously. In the lutic caso it is believed that solublo nitrogen ous matters diffused through tho inner pot from the peaB growing outside. Confirmation of theso ro-sults u...

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THE MODERN GIRL. SHOULD SHE HAVE A LATCHKEY [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 February 1914

THE MODERN GIRL. SHOULD SHE HAVE A LATOHKSY "Woman's Life," a London paper, contributes the following contributions from thoir rcadors on tho subject ol "Should girls liavo latch-key.-?" Decidedly yc-s. Why? liecajso tho modern girl is not tlio oamby pamby individual her grand-mother was. Tho many grooves, open now tor the averago woman make her a vo*y independent sort of creature, and n many eases, where *ho is culled upon to support the home, it is only fair sho should enjoy tho privileges of her bro ther. Being a business woman, sho gets utimerous invitations out-and what, would be tho good of nil the family being kepi out of bed because ot prejudice? Certainly girls should havo latch-keys*. As a brother of four bachelor giMs, I say decidedly 110. Girls are so car© lestr-at least, my sisters are. They each had a latch-key a-pieoo, and- - would you believe it-each one of those latchkeys lias been lost. Consequent ly it is their invariable habit t-o borrow mine. They borrow it and ...

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