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THE BOY KNEW HE WAS HONEST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

THE HOY KNKW.IIE WAS HONEST A in.ui wlm'kopt a snuiU simp wT ?i- ^ mi a siiiRlK customer calls "L,Zr ? hTb WUo. boy mid ^ rKsrlol-, to seo tl,at l.o <hd.it Klrnl uii.vtbi'iK. j"t01. rctur;ii'il unytu Hi,- j"tol. rotur;.cd XcrK ,. , rvSane, and tl.e l>'>.V didn't steal anj-t.iMK, pa; 1 WJitohod luw.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. CijtriiCH.or WNO;,ANP,-Suudoy,February 15 : Kwjft/a CrceU 1J,- Cuseity# 3, OifieoJ./iO, Rev. O. li. Deviio J ()>»EO II, Mr Coop. I PKESBYTEIIIAN Cuoitcn-fcyndoy, FEB I^ARY 16: Swamp LL, Beoambra 3. Omep ; 7.30, Rev. F. G. L/aram, I

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NATIONAL APPLE DAY. ENCOURAGIN FRUIT CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

NATIONAL APPLE DAY. ENCJOUHACIIN Fit U IT CONSUMP TION. Ono of tho happiest ideas that havo come to us from American fruitgrowers (>ayi; the "JuuriiaP'J is that- of ft National A)>i>lc Day, tho object being to bring before tho great communities of oily consumers, in tho most nttrac tivo manner possible, tho virtues ot tho apple, not only as a choice item ot de.-sert, but a# a valuable, everyday articlo oi' diet. The idea could ho copied with distinct advaritago in this country. As tho National Apple Day would be primarily a great advertising campaign, on behalf of the king of fruits, tho scheme would require to bu designed on a generous scale, and in a manner which would appeal to tho greatest number of consumers. It may bo rather ambitious to adopt ono American feature-tho free distribu tion of apple pies (special machinery at the Spokano National Apple Show turn out J pies. n rate- of 2250 per hour). However, it would certainly pay well to give ehoico apples for salo in t...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

, Xmas Season, 1918. DAVID KAKIHS, Merchant, Day Street; Omeo. TelepHSne No. '-8/\ : ?? . Has a Carefully Selected Stock of BEST QUALITY CUTLERY, ELECTROPLATE, ETC. To Select Useful Christmas Presents Froni. T t""' DAVID EAKINS. 1 Why ? SUFFER THE RAliUIT VEST WHEN VOU CAN VROCURB S.A.P., Phosphorous and other Poisons IN ANY <,>IJANIT11!« AV THE CHEAPEST KATES AT The OMB 0 PHARMACY I Our Representative Ss now in Your District nrin^in.u' ^'n\\ him dimples of i)t«' ill Wi>:u- fit;- Men and Boy.* ami<.« ^wi.illy Fine Jvan^o of Paius-ns Tor Ladies* Tailor-Made Costumes. Li"i r;;i:s to -i n i: Gouikx'Aue .Motel, OMKO "U iltivceivo immediate attention. Stuart & Co. Pty, Ltd., Flintlers St., Melbourne. TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS. 10 Per Gent. Discount OK 2s. in the £ Reduction OS ALT, A (S5- ALREADY WELL THE CHEAPEST Itf THE DISTRICT. [ For One Month only, ending Saturday, February 21. 1'nreets of 20J nntl itpw.uds sjnt Carriage 1'uiii. | BOOTS AND SHOES MAD...

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A MONEY LENDER'S DODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

A MONEY LENDER'S DODGE. There is keen competition among tho' money-lenders of London. One of tho latest phases of this rivalry is tho sending to a selected person Dunk of llngland notes for a loan of £50 or more, without entering into auy pre vous negotiations with tiio recipiont. Tho money-lender is careful to select a good mark for such an unsolicited loan. Ho takes tho view that a per son who has tlie notes in his possession will Jind it hard to return them if he is in need of financial assistance, and ho assume* that tho recipient will bo greatly impressed by tho opeuhanded way in which tho money-lender deals tvifch his clients. An incident of this kind hag led to a pleasant little comedy between tho Hev. Herbert Williams, of Horsley-down, Bermondsey, and J. Marsh Ltd, money lenders. Mr Wil liams ha.4 specialised in extricating young men from tho toils of money lenders, received a letter from J. Marsh, Ltd., enclosing £30 in notes as an unsolicited loan. Mr Williams refused to s...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CROP ROTATION AND MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

CROP ROTATION AMD MANURE. ' iho dairy ^ farmer, who wishes to remain a dairy farmer nmsti «oo (I) that his total nerca^o must- m>l bt? iJ*_ voted to footling dairy .stock; (2) that a rotation of crops is necessary, and (iO that the constituents of tho soil fcoH oft* tho farm in tho .shape of mi)lc must bo returned to tlio soil in thu shnpo of manures. If tho dairy far mer uso his total acreage to fed \iairy cows, ho will exhaust all his land oi ; tho constituents that appear in milk, while it may bo rich iu other subs tances that appear in crops. A *o tation of crops is necessary to meet theso conditions, in order to retain tho laud in heart and bring profit to the dairy farmer. Then, with intelligent ?watering and heavy manuring, ho may grow enough green feed on a few acres to place himself beyond tho rav agea of drought, and it _ may be, en ablo him to inrceaso hia" glairy herd, Ono cannot continuo to draw money out of a hank unless ho pay*, money into tho bunk. Dairy farming, ...

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BOLIVIAN HORRORS TOLD IN LONDON. SYSTEM OF PEONAGE FULL OF CRUELTY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

BOLIVIAN HORRORS TOLD IN I LONUOH. SYSTiiM OK I'EONAOK FULL 0!.' ! CjRUULTir.. J i Diplomatic communications havo lien I CKcliuugcd bobween tho Uritish and 1 American goy.ornmonts with rcferoiid ' to what is described as another Tiuu- 1 mayo vscandal. TJiis timo tho .soeno of tho alleged atrocities is in Northern JJolivia, xincir tho charges implicate a high official in tho servieo ot that n> i hliOjp Tho story of tho alb'gul atrooiiio . wan brought to JUngland by n young English accountant, ik> .;a.vs J; .system of peonage ia prevalent liu-re, which .s J worse than that iu j.h. PutumavtJ : region. | Ono Knglishman.1 being alone, an-.? anxious to impros tho lut-tvc;; with U;o power and precision of hU riflo, n.nxi : up all hi.'i cartridge-1: i;. an c:.hibr'/iou I ot. marksmanship. 'Jr.-: -Indiana, ;>waro j ho 110 longer to>1.j iu and-, r.peav-al h..»i/' ' When hiM brother return* d and h- ard of| tho affair ho took a shipinot of gin doctored it with' ar.;uiie, iind lelt ...

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WHAT OUR FOREFATHERS ATE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

I WHAT (JlJil FGHfTATnE'IS ATE. A Genusm pap.M- piibli.sht»» an inter c.vt-ing i:t Uitrlo on liui lo.il <li.;!;o-i ol' tho Midlllo AgrS. It that Uio Ml't <>t cctnUiu;.', has (kcliiK-il, and that it is in part- duo to tl.o mumming fashions in food. !''iir imsi-amo, m ({ornmny, in iho niitldi.® A^cx, many vvgotaliU's wrro cairn which haw li»nj; situ'o du app'.-.ud i'rom Urn tahlr, mujIi as vio let- haves, mixed with youn^ nellies, th'stles and gruui'i w'l.at. and hoih:d h-.mp scd-:. S.il;id.> w-'ic made of mallow Irav.i, eol.-ry rno's, and purs lane, mi-.-.cd with rai-, and pippin-, for id was iilm iin: n \\ii. ()! w oil wa . (..HI rd?./fd [:. Mil 7k nf oflirninaoy ii . I Jlaiiau Junitv?. ilorso radish vuco v.-.'s it:;- ii i:^L;ad. Th.> origin «>r .s;mrrkr:iut is ir.st in antiquity. Bub it v,-;is i » i .';:;n!y iavented l.-y Ilu; CJcr a:.<u I : .'t Ion;'. he'.'o;v ouulitlowers -.ii- V ;; ? :i. k- ' - ro known. . .l-p'r .?L» :ni:-'- d th&...

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IT WOULD NOT DO. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

WOULD NOT DO. Miss Millicent Mills was exceedingly indignant with her xivotnor. "I do wish," sho said, Jim »°l talk about washing up , hero, inothor, it » so awiullj . to'(j "Awfully common oh her mother, a lady Tdo«od ii'lh m«t() common sonso. . tn <vlfc? efit don't wo*? Aiul Jmi £ » "y And ho oats oft dishes, docsn t ho And ho knows dishes lmvoto, .0 "Oh T know-I know," mUurup.'-.u jior agitated daughter impatiently. "llut if vou keelson iiieiitionn'.;' it, vrn'i'o suro to uwlft out Unit >ou n - ways mako dad dry Mem f»r J'011- aml -it miglit put kite

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

w Kij£>f^ Headache, Indigestion, iA =? Biliousness, Bad Breath, WOO! COA/S/G/V YOUR PRODUOE n & CO. R5i LTD., $£ WOOL. GRAIN, eg PRODUCE BROK&h&. S TOOK AND STATION AGENTS. FARMERS' CLIPS A IfElMOl When dealred Clips are Reclasced by Experts at a total coot or wit^i penny per lb. All Produce carefully Valued by Experts prior u> . t Clients ,-;ivon cholco of any Market SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS For the sale of LAND, STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW," HIDES, FURS, BUTTER and DAIRY PRODUCP. AGENTS FOR Qtilbcll'c Sheep Dip. Kemp's Patent Sheep Branding Ltcj*--., Wormo Specifleo Sheep Drench. © ' Nnbel's Glasgow Explosives and Chllwcrtn E^KcslSDTJUE'irie* -^5f531 BotsrVictj <.«¥'«. THE AUSTRALIAN ESTATES AND MORTGAGE 6®, LIB. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. S&reAr* - -' ' AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. : - LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Sale in Melbourne or Shipment to Londo...

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NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT. It was in a fiorooly contested Cup tio nyont tlio Spoy, Mncpkcrson Imd boon badly hurt in n moleo round the goal. Ho was at. onco carried off tlio field to tlio dressing-room, wlioro after being patched up by Domild, tlio trai nor, ho ploaded for a wee drap o' the crntur. Donald generously gavo him a swig from his flask, with tlio remark, "Ye can liavo anitlier yin iu on 'oor nr HO." About two minutes elapsed t.licn Mao, ruisi'ig himself up, suddenly cxolaiinod, "Ye'd bettoi' lot tno hao tliat itlier drap, Donald, tho noo, yo bear o' sao mony sudden deaths now&d/iya."

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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FEEDING DAIRY COWS. DRY WEATHER PROBLEMS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

FEEDING DAIHY COWS. DRY AViOATHlitt l'llOHMOMH Olio or tlio most serious problems which tho dairy-farmer Jiuh to faco is providing feed for dairy cattle during Jong Hpeits uf dry weather. I^or ttio purpose of feeding Mniry vows, hi oerno far surpasses all ol-hor crop:}, TJio boat land is a doep good hutni. Lueernd is tlio most profitable of n\\ crops. Nor is it altogether depend ent U])on moisture at or near tho sur face. It sends its roots far down into tho soil and subsoil, and lu-nco gets supplies of water whero many other erops would fail from drought. Tho soil must bo in good heart, ho well cultivated, and when onco established, i<» will yield crops for .several years; Tho surface fioil in whieli tho need is placed, must be line, and manure ap. plied libi rally* It is much hotter io drill tho seed at the rato of 18lb to 20lb lo the acre, Tho soil must bo rich in phosphates, nml limo and polish A frequent manure applied is: ,'J5 hush, els of lime, 150 Ihr, of phosphat...

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MAN WHO TRIED TO SPEND £10,000,000. "WORLD'S BIGGEST SPENDTHRIFT." £200,000 A YEAR IN TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

MAN WHO TRIED TO SPEND £10,000,000. "WORLD'S HIOUflST Sl'JiND THMl'T." £200,000 A Y10All IN TIPS. From Cody, Wyoming, comes tho hows of tlio dentil on 28th October of Mr. Charles Gilbert Gates, <son of the hto Mr. John W. ("Bet-you-swiul Iion") ^Gates. Mr. Charles Gates was only 37 years of age, and in his com paratively. short public areer he made himself notorious as tlio ''biggest spendthrift in the world," and earned the nicknames of "Spot-light Charlie" and "Burn-money-quick" Gates. Ho inherited nearly £10,000,000 from his father, wlio died in Paris two years ago, and he was ablo to add to this vast sum a big fortune which he had accumulated through his own efforts. His father made his millions out of barbed-wjro fencing, "wh bii .was the first to introduce to American farmers and cattlemen. Young Gates entered his father's business, the Consolidated Steer and Wire Company, 3n 181)3, as a olerk, and two years later ho was made assistant to the president of the compan...

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ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS, Moil are daily working, somo tvilh only olio of their natural Jimbs, some with neither, and yd. they are por forming their dutie-s a.s rapidly and skilfully us tiicir fellows, who aro made up entirely of llo.sh, blood and bony, .says tiio N« vv York Tribune. In Boston there is u legless ninn who supports himself as a roof painter. Climbing about buildings and going up and down ladders, with two arti ficial Jirnbs, Jie covers as much surface in a day as any of the others working with him. On the St Lawrence River there is a boatman who makes a busi ness of rowing fishermen to nooks' anion# tho Thousand Islands, whero they can Jill their baskets. He pulls against wind and current, jumps in and out ol' the boat, moors and shoves oJF. as if he were-complete in all liis natur al members, and yet hi.-) left leg is wood below the knee. It would appear as if bicycle riding were almost impossible, yet J. A. Nil son is a man who finds it easy, and gets as much' fti.-sis{anco...

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THE WAY OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

THE WAY OUT. Gooseberry tart and currant pud ding reposed on tho tablo in front ot him. Willio likcdi both. Ho liked both equally,. Ho was torn with con flicting emotions. "Which will you have, WillioF" asked his mother. "Gooseberry tart," gasped Willio, after- a long and painful strugglo. "Tart what?" asked Willie's parent, wishing him to add "ploaso." Willio didn't understand. "Tart whatP" sho ropoated sharply. Then Willie had an iuea which soom ed to solve his difficulties and inado tho world bright onco moro. "Tart first," ho nnsworcd. "Has Cholly any occupation-does lie aoiideseoild to work for money?" "Oh, yusl He's courting Miss Millyous." Adorer: "Won't you fry and luvo ? 1110P" Boston Girl: "I fear that 1 could never lovo a man who says 'try nnd' instead of 'try to.' ''

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WELL WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

WIOLL WORTH KNOW1NU. Hi) litul only been married sii mouths, butt already who a win. .oil look. An older friend of his, mnny years of matrimonial experience behind him, asked liitn what troubled him. : "Well, it's like this," ho nnswdrod;. "My wife is one of the beat in the' world, but I'm linnged if I can get her to mend my shirts,". "I. suppose," answered IliO man experience, "you go up to hor and ask lior to mend n shirt for yen, when il needs repairing?" "Why, of course I do." "Ah, that's whoro you muko n mis- . toko, Noiy, what I do is this. Whrii I find that ono of rny shirts wan Is : mending I wave it about n hit, and jkiv to my wifo, 'X'his thing's no good, whore's tlio rag-bag?" " 'You'ro snroly not going to throw that shirt away, aro youF" sho will say. "Let mo hiivu a look at it.1 " "Sho takes it., gives ono |uok i.j it, nnd Ktiys, 'What, throw it away because of that littlo hole?" And heforo I oaa say .Tack ItoEinson sho givo mo tlio nhirfc hark mended."

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UNGRATEFUL TOM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

UNGRATEFUL TOM. Mr Blossom had been very ill, aud by tlio time lio was able to got downstairs again, his hair bad grown to a con sidorablo. length. Then it was tbat Mrs B. volunteered lo tut it for him. and Blbssom, probably owing to bis weak condition, consented to the ex periment. Mrs 13. fastoned the table cloth under Blossom's chin and got to business. Thou Blossom repented liiti rashness." "Great Scott, Martha," ho yolled, as Mrs B. jammed tlio point of tho scis sors in hiB neck. "what tho dickens do you think you'ro doing P" "Ain I hurting you, dear?" mur mured Mrs B. "It's only thoso cor ners behind your ears tbat bothor mo. Do keep still." And then sho sliced a bit off bis ear.. "Thundering Jumbo 1" shouted B., jumping about tho room liko a oat on hot bricks. "Oil no, I'm only doing this for fun." And ho dashed upstairs and plunged his head in tho bath. "That's tho worst of Tom," sighed Mrs B., as sho took up hor knitting. .'HO'b always so ungrateful 1"

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HADN'T KNOWN HIM LONG. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

HADN'T KNOWN1 HfM I-ONO. TJnolo Toliy was aghast at findmp; a strungo darky with his* nrm around Handy'e waist. . "Mandy, tell that to |al;t\his alim 'way from round yo' waist, lio indignantly commanded. "Tell him yo'solf, said Maudy haughtily. "He's a puffeot stronger to ma."

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A DEADLY INSULT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

A DEADLY INSULT. "Hurry Love," exclaimed Mrs Knowall to lier husband on liis return ono ovening from his office, "I have b-been d-dreadfully insulted 1" "Insulted ?" exclaimed "Harry lovo' "By whom?" "B-by your mother," answered the young wile, bursting into tears. "My mother, ilorap Nonsonso! She's miles on a visit to poor Tora.^' .Flora dried her tears. , "I'll toll you all about it, Harry love," she said. "A letter came to you this morning addressed in your mother's handwriting, so, of courso I -I opened it." "Of courso 1" repeated Harry dryly. "It-it was written to you all the way through. Do you understand?" "I understand. But whora doos the insult corns in?" "It-it carno iu tlio p-p-poslscript," cried the nifo, bursting into fresh Hoods of briny. "It said-'P.P.i'.S Dear Flora, d-don'ti fail to givo this l-letter to Harry. I w-want him to h-havo it."

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KEEP ON. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

KEEP ON. A .young Amorioan lawyer was de fending an old convict on tlio charge of. burglary in a State where tho court rules allow each sido ono hour to ad dress tho jury. Tlio young lawyer, somowhat nervous, consulted a veteran member of tho bar, who happened 16 be standing near. "How nuieh tinio do you think i should take up in addressing tlio jur,y lie asked in a rather pompous manner . "Take tho fuU hour," was tlio gru 11 reply. "Tlio longer yi>u talk tlio longer you'll keep your client out of gaol."

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