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THE BRUMLEY-FAREWELL ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERINGS. BENAMBRA. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914
THE BROMLEY-FAREWELL ENTHUSIAVSTIO GATHKLLINGS.. BENAMBRA. The people of tho Plains do not rnmeuibor h&vinq such an ontfiusiaBlic gathering as thab assembled ab tho jQonJimbrn Hall on Wednesday ev&lt;tn Intj, to bid farowoll to Mr and Mrs J. W, Brumley niid family. From thn reception of the fjr6b nows thab Mr Brwnlcy was nhoub to leave the dis triot, tho residents nude up their militia that lio wns deserving of the I best publio recognition of his servioes thab tlioy oould givo him, and ns Mrs Brumloy hod always been a npDoinl favorite with thein and nil tho members of ihe fairly large and grown up f«. rnily had been associated with tho youngoi generation all their livos, thoro was no question as to the genuinouess nnd hear: innas of tlio expression* of regret tliab thoy wero nhoub to leave tho district. All tli*6 Wl13 nw&lt;'e&lt;l for n loud to bo given to thn wovnmpnb, vm 1 that was dono by Councillors Braid nnd LowiDgton and Mr John Ooiighlnn, BO ...
CASSILIS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914
CASS1LIS | FROM oun OOHRBSPONDBNT. | The Tongio West Bchool ij onco 'iH'iin to tbe front wilh regard lo -ohiilntahip!". Ati llio recent) exmiinn 'i'Mis io Decemher lasf, five out) of nine were successful in winning fcliolor ?liipB, as follows : Tt>aoher'n scholar ships, Edwin Hoffunn nnd NkIMo Brown ; Ordinary scholarship?, Frank Dunio, Alpha Brown and Lillian M'Qrath. E'evcn scholars, old nnd new, left Caasilis thi-s wrhIc for Melbonrno. Up-to-date thm> members of the Al'Qrath family, and five of the Brown family hire won scholar ships.
MARKETS AND SALES. THE WOOL MARKET. Monday, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914
MARKETS AND SALES THE WOOL MARKET. Monday. February Pa^oety AND CO. report that tl>ey ))e'd their thinecnil) 3.1I0 of the seison, *tu) last of the recuUr weekly aerie* on Mood »y» when thfy oifuicd a h'go and attractive catalogue of close on 5000 b ilo». There was a largti atleudanco of buyers and coinpoli tion was animated and gonerAl throughout, at values (juile rqual to tho advanced ratea noticeablo at lust Mouday'd oule. Pride of plaoo was ei curort by a choioi Taamauian clip, branded C/'Vi-iund, tho property of Oellibrand B'03., which realised up to lOd per lb. far flucce end averaged 14(1 p r lb. for the whale clip. Tuestjiy, February 3* Nk** Zkaland I.o\n 0». report; Wa hold our closing sale of tho regular selling season on Tuesday, when wo brought for* ward 4*252 btles. ,ihe amotion aa n wholo was a mixed ono, being largely composed of sccond'hand lots and remnants of clip®, and competition waa woudorfully keen and well nuiiained throughout! we succeeding in ef* feeling w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914
Xmas Season, 1913. DAVID EAKINS, Merchant, Day Street, Omeo. Telephone No. 8 Has a Carefully Selected IStock of BEST QUALITY CUTLERY, ELECTROPLATE, ETC. To Select Useful Christmas Presents From. DAVID EAKINS. Auctioneer^ Notice3. fl. KACARTHUR & GO., ] Oattle Salesmen, Stock and Station .General Agents, ; BAIRNSDALE, gippslanp AUCTION SALliS conducted iu any pari of Gippalaod , and at Omeo District when equircd. Lotto and Telegrams quickly anowored Auctioneer for the Firm A. N. MACARTHCJR, Who Conducts all Auction Sales and I Superintends all Business of the Firm. I District Representative: H. Rl'MILLAN, SWIFT'S CREEK M. DA VINE, B.A. L.L.B, BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR. WARRAGUL. tforraerly of Omeo.) W. H. GOOftlBES. Coachbuilder and Wheelwright. E N S \ Y . ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE ON THE PREMISES. Vehicles Bought and Excliang d. Estimates given for all classes of Dwellings. StDBBOARDs, DRESSERS, SAFES, TASKS J Wade on the Premises. Addreai-NEAR ESSAY STORK, ENSAW OMEO PHOTQQ...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. WATERSIDE WORKERS. NO OVERTIME. A SERIOUS POSITION. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914
LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FROM oun OOUUEBPONDENTJ, WATERSIDE WORKERS. NO OVERTIME. A SERIOUS POSITION. MELHOUJINE. Tnuiisiuv. Tho Port Phillip Stovodores' Asso ciation and tho Melbourne Wharf Laborers' Union at thoir atop-work mootiogs yostorday adopted a recom mendation from tho counoil o£ tho Watorsido Workors' Fodoration to dcolaro an ovortimo stiiko. It wna dooidod that tho mon shall work frrm 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on ordinary days nud from 8 till noon on Saturdays, Btartiiig noxt Monday, Tho-'meotings of both branches woro 'crowdod and tho dooision was arrived at with vory low dissontionts. It is expootod that this dooiaisn will greatly hartipor tho loo.il shipping 'trado, as aoIrian will bo allowod to work aftor 8 p m.
THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914
THE OMEO STANDARD. With which Is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FJilDAY, FEBRUARY 6, IS 11,. Entries will closo on Saturday for tho Tongio races, to bj held on buturday, February 14, Tickets for tho Melbourne Eight Hour# Art, Union aro now oa ealo at Uodger&' Ac cade, Omco.*** Mr H. Beck, representing Messrs Lincoln, Stuart and Co., importers nnd outfitters of Melbourne, is now in iho district and will bo in Umco to-morrow (Saturday) Tho handsome presentation® undo to Mr And Mra B utnley during the pact weak aro now on view in the wiodowu of Mr IX Eikino, Omeo. They make a, very fine dis play. Hot woather ! 95deg. was the registra tion in Omco yesterday, and if a south breeze had not op ung up abiut mid-day the thermometer would p:obably have registered the century, Maoarthur and Uo. will hold a special S'ook Bale at Swift's Orcok on Thursday, at which they will offer a large quantity of sheep and cattlo. Outsido T>uyera will bo in attendance. Tho Gippsland and Northern...
ENSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914
ENSAY. | FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT] Messrs Hamilton Bros., having dis- posed of their property, Ensay Station, a meeting of the residents was held in the Mechanics' Institute 0n Friday, 30th instant, when it was resolved to &nbsp; entertain them at a smoke social prior to their departure. The intention is to present them with an illuminated address, and invitations are extended to all friends or any person interested to attend free of charge. The feeling of the residents is to the effect that the compliment is due to the family for their prominence as one of the pioneers of the, district, independent of the liberality which has always been a prominent characteristic of the station, The function is to take place at the Little River Inn on &nbsp; Friday, 13th instant.
OMEO. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 February 1914
OMEO, In opening the proceedings nb tho ahiro bull on Fridiy evening, (ho chair man, Cr. Kodgers, aaid they were as sembled together tn bid goodbyo to their old friend?, Councillor and Mrs Brumloy, who wore about to loavn the diabriot after n residence near Omeo for noarly thirty year?. During that timo Mr Brumley hod been at tho head of nearly ovory one of their locul institu tionp, «nd they desired to express thoir regrets at the departure of such worthy oitfcn.i and their family. Or. H. Peterson aaid on belnlf of the Shire Council 1I116 Ihey wero verv aorrv «o logo Councillor Brumloy from the council. Thero hid been no bettor mau on the council to express the wel iaro of tho ratepayers as a whole in addition to looking after tho in terests of - his own ridini», and hia close knowledge t f tho Lncal Govern mint Act hid been*of greab value to the councillor!", Tliey were losing one of their most representative men. Mr J. P,iynR, on huhilf of the townspeople snicl tlimb no ono claid...
TONGIO DREDGING CO. HALF YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
TONGIO DRUDGING CO. HALF YEARLY MEETING. Tlie li>lf-ymirly meeting of the com pany w.is held m Q lenn-ut., Rlolb., on Tuesday, J;minry 30. Mr H. Fini1: wortli pipi-ided, nnd, in moving lliu !i(l:)pti(iu of tlio reports mid bnlnnco -licet, Slid lint tlio results of tlio lmlf yimi'ii npi'nvuonp, ns preaioted, liud be.en highly siKceshful, tlio averages bIio.viiii* nu nil round increaBO on Iho previous tix iiiDMili?. The gold wou nmounlod (o 889} or an nvornj;(> of 3f>J per week, iw n^ainsb 057Joz. tlio previous lulf-yoar. The dredgo, Irivin" run continuously, turned over 3J ncrei of ground,mtikiog a totnl of 1GJ iicri's work«d to due. About 127,000 cubic ynrdi of wnsli wern treated, yielding in nvermn of S.SGifr. per yiirr). The net' profii iimounted to £1201 7b 5J, or 31.4 per cent, per annum on tliec>pitnl of I lie company, A dividend (ilio first) of la per slinre win piid, nnd since tlio cloeo (if ilin bnll'-ye.ir another 1". dividend luin lu'en | ;iid. The director;! n...
OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
OMIiO SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY FFUUUAHY 3. Present: Councillors Riokarda (presi dent) Brumloy, Orose, Rodgers, Paler sen, Braid, Hutton and Lowe. G'ORnESrONDBNCi:. From L»nds department that the reservation of an aero of land at' Tongio Wesb aa a site for a rubbish depot had been gnzftted. From Treasury department that the subsidy payable to the shiro for the ourront year was £1700. From J. Strobridgp,Brookvill(>, aa to timber on Baldhead road-Engi neer to report, From A. Sloan, Benambra, asking permission to erect verandah over footpath-Granted under usual condi tions. From Tnmbo Shiro that n deputation would attend Minister of Railways on February .!, to urge for the abolition of the R\ilway Lands .Acquisition Act.-Cr. Hutton said tho circular arrived too lute for tho council lo deal with it, but they were in entire sympathy, with tho o! j ?ct. He moved tlmb ti telegram be sent to Mr Cameron asking him to impress upon the Minister that tho shiro was in sympathy, though they h id ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
AndCuticpra Ointment. They do much for irrj-? fated, itching scalps, dandruff and dry, thin find foiling-hair, and da it speedily, agreeably and economically.,., : Cutlcura Soap anlOUuniciu nra sold Uiroticlioui tboH'orJd. A liberal Mutt/le ol vuch, U"Hl> Uii-jwj.'O booklet oh the euro'unci tw.uu'iit ol.the, akin anil *cali>, ticnt j»o>i-Jrse. Addrc^i iV/Mvvua & Co. Sydney,N.B. W tlib1:jMp3 16dmeo.^v One of l)io Jjoat guide books publlehcd in . a|l «torc3 find ttatioDora,!*^ ... A... v WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND:.? * REFRESHING " *. ^oroas tho'Alpj to OmcQ." Ouuoiu c in Mil boQulifql tjm&lt;lo-bf»'jks publiaheil in Yiotoria. Owe .Shilling \i all tatiooors ftud ftVqrekecvcrQ**** Clearing Sale! We are the Victims? Of Time and must keep moving BEBS:£335> - All Summer Goods must be sold during the next month, SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, JAM. 17. And ends on Feb. 21 EVERY ARTICLE WILL BE REDUCED. Ten per cent. Discount, or -2s in the £ reduction on all Boots and...
SHIRE PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
SHIRE PAYMENTS F, A. Wilion, engineer J, ShoDnhan, eecretary (i, A. Cullen, poundlfcepor Ci. J. Bug^inu, iosp ctor H. 0, Mortdco, priutiog , Arnall it Jackeon, stationery Vermin deatruction . Preaident'a allowance Potty caeh Survey feoo Refuod depoeits ... Municipal contracts Sanitary service ... Special works Day labor W. G. Boucher ... Total 13 9 C 2
TONGIO RAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
TONGIO RAGES. Tho following woights have boon declarod for tho Tongio races to bo held on Saturday at Tongio: MAIDEN HACK, 1, Tongio, A, Fregon'fl 2, Conont'b Quoon, E. Yapp's 3. Pionoor, J. Yapp's 4. Dolly, V. Jone3* C. -, F. Yapp's MAIDEN* PONY RACE. st. lb. 1. Killarnoy, 0. Kerr's ... 8 7 2. Molly, T. Wilson's 8^7 3. Botoback, A. Bctts' 8 " 7 4. Cornleaf, Joo Gibson's ... ... 8 7 u. Beau Oily, J. H. Dyer's 8 7 6. Snail, A. Fregon's ... ... 8 7 7. Gaylad, W. D. Armifc... 8 7 8. Doughboy* D. Sandy's ... ... 8 7 9. Alias Bryan, T. Houghton'3 ... 8 7 HANDICAP HACK RACE. st. lb. 1. SirQuist.WaltersonandHutton's 11 3 2. Goldstop, T. Cook's 10 0 3. Com Pollen, (late Wanda), J. Parkes 10 0 4. Lady Blondino, Walterson and Button's 0 10 6. Mnnaquist, J. Gibson's ... 9 5 6, Lady Win, Walterson and Hutton's 9 5 7. Conant'e Quoon, E. Yapp's ... 9 0 NOVELTY PONT RACE. st. lb. 1. Lady Blondino, Walterson and Hutton's 11 0 2. Cristy, W. Matthews' 10 3 3. Boll Black, J. Parkes' 9 12 4. Nero, A. B...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL. LIBERAL POLITICIAN CHOSEN MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR CONNESPONDKNTJ. HEW GOVERNOR GENERAL, LIBERAL POLITICIAN CHOSEN MELBOURNE, MONDAY. The euoocssor to tho Governor General, Lord Dontnan, will bo Mr R. 0. M. Ferguson, Liberal member in tbo Fioobb of Commons for the Lmth Bargl]?. It is cxpeoted thab ho will bo raised to the peerage before he leaved England, Tho London nowapapora congratu late Australia ou tho excellent) appoint ment) which haa boon nride and ony Hint his wife, Lady Helon Hermoine, daughter of tho firsb Marquis of Duf forio, is n graceful and tactful woman, who will quickly becomo popular in Australia. Mr Ferguson is 51 yoara of ago, and is described oa a Btrong imperialist and independent! politician,who always refuted to adhere strictly to the party lines ; otherwise ho would havo reached a high position in the Rodic»l councils. Ho wos n strong supporter of the cause of Ulstor iu connection with Jtlomn Kuln, ond as bo also opposed Lloyd Goorgo'a land polioy he has nevor been in full'.'symp...
TREATMENT OF ENGLISH ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
TREATMENT OF ENGLISH ORCHARDS. According t" tin: stat.is tics publish.&lt;1 the Aiark initio lUxpress) there last jvar 21 4,8:11 acre;: c.atsi.d as orchards. We arc sorry to say wo cannot say' of "cultivated ore,lards, bcenuso ihe mi.-.taken idea seems to liavj! privnikd to a great ox i fj.it 1 orchard; pastures can get along alright without attention or as M.siaiieo; that kind Nature* .has en them with tho power of con tinuing to extract nourishment* from Ia :ri;i sucked dry by means of crop ping. '1 lie result. or such a paradox is visible in the poverty stricken con dition oj many orchards and pastures, it pleavim. to record thai a change lor t-iiu hi tiei' i; gradually taking place. It is being recognised that when fruit trees of a good elas.J an; L^rou-Jt, and sprayed and pruned, orcb ards become; a source of profit not to ho destined. H is cs-ertli'al that tlio trees, if expected to produce abund ant crops of ! fruit, 'should ho sup plied with nonrMmient. to compoh . ?...
30-YEARS-OLD ECZEMA. SKIN LIKE RAW MEAT. SPLENDID CURE BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
30-YEAUS-OLD ECZEMA. &1CIN LIKE RAW if EAT. SPtiElJDJP CURE BY ZAM-BU#. Telling how iljm Bulc proved to curing Eczema that for 30 yaars hud defied doctora and all other treat-, incur. Mr Dix, "Lower StceoO, Leedervillie, Perth, NV.A., eaya " yor thirty years I Buffered fearful paip apij misery froui an" outbreak o| burning, itching eczema, roqnf| thg. joint of iny right Itnee, ^-(je pops|iaqji' irritation was intolsrable, and oa l couldn't help scratching, the disease gradually got) worso and worse. Many a time I have scratched until the blood has run down my fingers opt} tho s(:hi looked just like a piece oj[ ra^ (fl'ea|i.'" * ' ? ' " All my 'efforts to . find -a quro were fruitleaa, and I bad dootora1 treat*' iiient in Adpiaiiip, Broken Hill, and Victoria. I liad jasb about lost) all hope oj pwt beinfi free oj the disesBB when a friend gave wB'» PQ|> of Zim-Buk. "I really used it) to please bini; bub the applications brought euob re lief that) I soon sent for another po...
A LINE OF SAFETY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
A LINK OF SAFKTY. "One of ttw duiract.en.slK.-s of m> old eomrado, Amos SUllmaii,.was brav er" in actual lighlmB somcp," saul 'lie old soldier. "Another characteiis r- W-1-; a si-nsa of humour which stood him in troeil stead even in'the face of da!i"ur, ^md contributed not a little to 1 in* "ir-iietv of his comrades. . . "At the liattle of Cold Harbour ,.:st 1,,-fore milking tho charge,, mid while & the C^nfedev^ I ve our 00,. wiik over icet tan, aim It-'u'oolv' bigger l'ouml tliau a "vVl'^!li" r,:f b«-a«.«o excil«l as tho enemy's .bill et; pl.niKhca up tl«o c:H-tli "bout 1 nn . "What kind ot u I'h'-co is lh-s,.|" keen a >"«" ill?" li» d.-inuMdod. Ah lniolv without protection! "Ilo h id no more than spoken who" Private Btilhnan .tuck h.s ramrod m tu" corporal»' mri he, 'got he Mud tliin,' '
THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914
THE OMEO STANDARD. With which le Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. -« TUESDAY, I'll liltUARY JO, 1914, A. Macarlhur and Co. will hold a tpccial atopic &&lo at Knoay, (jt which they will cub. mit OOd mixed eheup and 2() of £ati)o. Too local (branch of the A,N. 4. will jiojd their annivor'eiry bar &lt;juet in their hill'lhi* (Tuesday) evening, to which a number of 1 yjflitffro n'Byo been fnv!J;e&lt;J» ' Friday was a hot day- I00«dcg, la Omeo ami 107 on tbo Valley. Tho Oloa Wills A.M. annual sports will bo hold on Friday March 13, The programme Svilt bo published in next iecuo, Tho Ton'glo raocB will bo held on Saturday* Tho programme has been altorod by taking out tno 14 S hhodioap pony raoo and putting a Foroed il»tid;oap in plaoq of it, ' Mr II. Beck, representing Messrs Lincoln, Stuart and Co., Importers and outfitters of Melbourne, ia now in tho distriot and haa brought somo flno oamplea of tho latest wear with him. Maoirthur and (Jo. will hold a spo...