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TORTOISES TO RACE HARES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

TORTOISES TO RACE HARES. Tho giant tortoises of tlie Jnrdin des Plantes (soya tho Paris correspon dent of the "Daily Telegraph" had 'of lato been causing considerable anxiety to their -hoopers. Instead of peace fully ruminating and beginning to sottlo down for their wintor sleep, they had beoonio positively frisky, indulg ing in grotesque gniiiools. At first it was thought that the Indian summer had stirred their sluggish blood, and they were subjected to a regimen of bromide and other tritfiqiiillising drugs Hut tho tortoises got daily livlier in spite of this, and their keeper was at his wits' end, when 0110 evening at dusk, ho noticed a venerable old gen tleman very busy with the invalids. Ho camo nearer, and found that tho old gentleman was feeding tortoises out of a syringe, which ho inserted m their mouths. The keeper grasped tho intruder by tho arm, and asked him what ho was doing. "Leavo mo alone," said the old gentleman peovishly. "I'm not doing any harm. T am merely giving...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. i Devised by J. 11. Snmmcns. Chief In spector of I1 l.sheries awl Guniu nil 2ii(l April, 1"J13: - THE WHOLE YEAR. All Aufttraliuu fauna, with the excep tion oi snakes, in tho national parks ami public gardens acanthizae or tits, ant-eaters, porcupine, or echidnas. Babblers, bears (.see native bears), beu eaters, bitterns, bronze-winged iind other wild pigeons, bustard or wild turkey. Calil'omian quail, catcrpillar-catchers, chats (see cpUthiuuuras), coach-whip j birds, cockatoos (Mack), cranes, all birds known as cranes, such as herons,, egrets, etc. (oxccpc tho Nativo com panion or Australia* crauo), cuckons. er.(-koo-'>hrii-f> ^uutueli.f stone plover, Vic.) ' Deer, doves, Java turtle; dove.s, wild. Eehldi.as or porcup.ue, ant-eaters, egrets, see cranes, etc.; emus, ephtlii auuras or chats. Km.tails, (Ij'-catchors, frogmouth or . argus and- mopoke.9. ; G-ruufalus family, ail membtrs of Herons, seo cranes. Ibis. Java turtle dove. Kangaroos, ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FATHER AND SON. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

FATHER AND SON. < "Tho son hasn't tho fathor's liri'-ins. Tho old man could run a shoestring into n tannery any time." "And tlio sonf "About all ho can do is to run an outomobilo into a talcorapU polo."

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

OF SURAL INTEREST (Uy "Ilustioiis.") "Our Vanishing Meat Supply" is tho heading under whioa a Jeadmg San i Francisco papor discusses tho prospect j oi u nit'iit lunitno m tue L'n.teU Stages. I l'ajait such a pro>poct actually cx.ms .» admitted and deplored by tho great meat, slaughiorera and packer^ of iho 1 Middle West. it is a mailt r ol :uri« ous portent to tho United Stales; but other stock-rui.*uig countries of uio u'orM stand to bum-fit niitiunseiy, es pecially m view of iho Vaiili' reduction that went into effect quite rcconvly. Ii tho icars of tho wno.e^alc moat dealers ©f America are as well-found* ed, there i9 no limit io tho quantity of frozen mutton und bevi from Aus tralia and No»v Zealand that the Unit ed State can absorb. For seven or eight years past the price ot nKat has been high .with a coustant tendency to increase rather than depreciate. In tho ensuing similar period tuore will bo a lurthor advance, according to overj s-«u. The possibility ot a meat famine ha...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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BOY CAPTAIN IMPEACHED. TOO FOND OF ICE CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

BOY CAPTAIN IMPEACHED. TOO FOND OF ICE CREAM. Assorting that thoir captain was re peatedly neglecting liis duty by spend ing too much time in moving picture shows and ico cream stalls with small girl friends and that ho always insis ted on keeping possession of tho key to their littlo headquarters building in tho park, some 200 or 300 schoolboys, composing tho membership of the Now York Boys' Park Protective Leaguo re cently voted to impeach their captain, Moses Kother. It was about six months ago that hoys, ranging in ago from 13 to 10 years who attended n public* school not far from Central Park, under the direction of thoir school principal, tormed tho Boys' Park Protective Lcnguo, with tho object of aiding tho attendants and po licemen in keeping mischievous boys and grown persons from destroying the sce nic beauties of tho pari?. "Moe" llot ker was made captain of tho hoy police men. Park Commissioner Stover gave to the boys tho uso of a small log cabin in tho Pari? for headqua...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDEN WORK [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

GARDEN WORK Lilies are amongst the most beaut. ful and ornamental of cultivated, bul bous plants. Their largo s-howv' and richly colored tlov.-iffs, which are in many varieties highly perfumed aro produced on erect stems. giv'ng the plants a stately nppeuninco, and ren dering them altogether indispensable subjects for tho embellishment of the garden. Many of the strong grow ing, hardy kinds ara admirably ad apted for grouping and naturalising in shrubberies, and when once estab lished the bulbs may be allowed to remain for years without being taken up or di-slurbcd. When planted hero and there in clumps along near tho edges of partially shaded walks and drives they present a most pleasing ef fect when in full bloom. Lilies aro best adapted for planting ill tbo mix ed border, arranging them according to tho height of the different varieties. Tho commonor and most plentiful spe cies that have been established hero for many years give ample evidence of the suitability of' our cliniato ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

ODDS AND ENDS. Learn to laugh. A good laugh is hot ter than medicine. Learn how to tell a story. A. woll told story is as welcomo fts a sunbeam in a sick room. Loom to keep your troublos to your «elf. The world is too busy to cara for your ills and sorrows Learn to stop oroaking. 11 you can not see any good in the 'world, keep the bad to yourself. Leorn to hide your pains and aches under a pleasant smile. No one cares to hear whether you have the earache, headache, or rheumatism. Don't cry. TearB do well enough in nove!s, but they are out of place in real life. Learn to meet your friende with a smile. The good-humored man or woman is always welcome, but the dyspeptic or hypochondriac is not wanted anywhere, and is a nuisance as well. A bonnet covered with birds doea not sing, but it makes a man whistle when the bill comes in.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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LETTER WRITING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

JtETTER TOUTING. Children usually complain about writing letters, nna very tow enjoy it or do it ivdII; in /act, they would onj'07 it ij they could do it we If. -But tbey do not think so, and And it a ro&l task when the necessity cornea. A lady, who i<> known as a good penwoman nnd nn cniiy writer, says that Bho owo» tiiis mostly to early training. Hor f ithor insisted on frequont letters be ing written, and that tiicse must be cor. rect in spoiling, grammar and pon manship. Many u time she inwardly robeUea at'recopying letters again And again, but she realises cow how muoh help it has beo."\ to her. So take cour age girls, and go at it bravely. Mrs. Cottager: Good gracious, you don't mean to tell mo you've got a pinnner? Mrs. Kitchener: I should rather tluuk so! And you should jest 'oar Hit 'one of it; it's for all the world like the Salvation Army baud- II you wus 1'> shin your eyes you wouldn't Jcnjw 'cm apart. Mrs. Cottager: You don't oav But 1 didn't kn...

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NEWSPAPER LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

NEWSJPAPKR LAW. 1. Subscribers who do not givo ox press notice to thecootrary aro considered as wishing to "O.vjmnuk thoiraubscription 2. If subscribers ordor tho discon tinuance of thoir periodicals, tho publiBhoi nmy continuo tosond them until Aiikeaub are paid. 3.' If subscribers rofuso or nogloct to take periodical*, from tho oflico to whioh thoy aro direated, tlioy aro Rusyoivaistv until they have settled thoir hills and ordorod tho periudioals to bo discon tinued. 4." If subscribers roniovo to other plnooa without informing tho publishers, and tho papers aro sent to thoir former dlrootion, tho subscribers i\rp responsible. G. Tho courts have deoided that re fusing to take periodicals from theoiGo$ or reit\o.vina or leaving them uncalled for Iq, prima facie ovidonoe pf intontioiiaj {FlUUD,

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A SHOOKER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

A SHOOHBH. A party. Qf four-, just Vfcttii'Uni^ from tho theatre, culled in at tho fashionable restaurant. Tho prim oid maid, who was the guest of the evening, was charmed with every tli.'ng. especially tho music,. While tho waiter, was standing by Iho table, she asked . him to llnd out the title ot tho piece the orchestr^ was playing. And the willing waiter, promise^. But oilier duties clujindd hint for u time, and whei> 1)0 roturned 'tho lady Imd completely forgotten her rcfiuest,, When lie bent tow^rilp lipr, and softly whispered something in her cur, sho recoiled in horror, 1 Then, recovering from the shock, idie turned with cold,, relentless fury uron the hapless man who waited. "How daro you 1" sho cried.. "How iluro you !" I n.l it took tho terrified waiter <;iii,to a timo to oxpluin why lie hai^ merely l>i'cattici( the 'titlo of tl\r piece ap spftly j' " ' "What can I do- to miiko you IQVO wo?"

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CRIMINAL CATCHING SECRETS. DETECTIVES NOW MEASURE EYES, NOSE, AND EARS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

GRJWIKAl. CATCHING SECRETS. riiCTIVES NOW MEASURE EYEft, NOSB, AJ'J) BAllS. Pol ica and criminologists aro agreed that tho identification of cri minals by means o! \vlu\t iu ltnown as anthropometric measurements that is, measurements of nil the fca turcH, head nml body-is v.iuioubti'd ly llio most important and valiiablo system over discovered. Out At plionso Bertillon, the head of tho Identification Department in the Pre fecture of Police of Paris, v.-lio founded the measurement system, claims to have discovered an even more marvellous method of identi fication. Given tho colour of your eyes, tho shape ol your nose, and the forma tion of your cava, and he claims to he able to pick you out in any crowd, though ho has never seen you before and has no other detail;* of I your make-up. In order to prove thu vnluo of bin new system, Dcrtii | lun lias accomplished Ibis teat again nml nirairi., to tho satisfaction of tho police, and the results recorded are s« remarkable that his new syst...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

... A DRINK-^ BRACING AND REFRESHING ""^Aocms tho Alps to Omoo.'r «So of tbo'. licit gtliilo books' publialietl^iu Viotorio, la. at «tor(» aid ..fritlouor*, . - And occasional use of Cilti cura Ointment. No other emollients clo so much to prevent pore-clogging, pim ples, blackheads, red, rough hand.''., dandruff, itching scalps and falling hair. ('iltlrur.l }V>:;p Mil Oinlv.rr.t ;"il Libera! j-iitnjili; <>r (.;.. !,, ivh!i :.»s-iit pr/jt Ircc. Aihircj! it. Tcv.in & (.'o., , .N".;-'. \V. PHONE No. 11. Xmas 1918. The Xmas Season is very close at hand and there is generally a rush of Orders at the last moment. AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. In order to avoid disappointment customers , would oblige very much l>y leaving their Orders for Dressmaking and Milli nery as early as ^ possible. . We are making our usual preparations for the Xmas trade and every department will be completely stocked with Seasonable Novelties. This week we will' be opening up a nice assortment ...

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APPLICATIONS FOR GOLD MINING LEASES. HINTS FOR APPLICANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

APPLICATIONS JFOR" GOLD MINING LEASES. HINTS FOIl APPLICANTS. Proceedings to bo obsorved when ap plying torn Louse : I. lirect poatK (thoso aro not required tu bo painted)at loa^t three inches equaree and not lets than tliroe foot abovo i ho ground, with a metal plato having painted thereon tho words " Applied tor LeaBe," Hit- d'Jto of marking out, and tho name of ih.e uppilcint, or (it moro than two) tho names of tho first two applicants, and in cairn whore only a part of tho surfaco is eqmrod tho same should ho marked out by postB paintod red, at least two feet boo tho surface. Those provisions being complied with the land is secured until tho Govornor-ia cou'rtcil grants or refuses tho application, and tho applicant 13 required to do tho following things within ton days from the date of marking out tho land, exclud ing Sundays, Good Friday, and OhristmaB Da y. (A) Insprt a notico of tho application innewspaper publishod in tho district whoro tho land is situatod. in) Post similar...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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AN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

AN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE, Two Irishmen havtni; quarrelled,, de termined to sottlo their dispute by having n duel. The duellists were very bad shots, so no one was surprised when both shots (lew harmlessly into the air. 1'at was not satisfied, and declared i that. Micky's sliot was a foul. "You are quite mistaken;" Fftid. one o( tho seconds. "Micky's, shot, was quite fair."* Pat said it wasn't. do you make IhAt out?" asked the sccondr,, "Aisy nio'.]|;h,M replied Pat ; Micky \V<\R closer to me than I was - to him." 1319

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OM THE CONGO. WHIRLPOOLS OF TIE DEVIL'S CAULDRON. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

OM THE COftGO. WHIRLPOOLS OF TITK DEVIL* CAULDRON. A journey by laumh its suj;g;.s'i. o :o some of u r>lear,urc trip, but i o such sentiments grip the mini of (lu traveller by lavnch between l'o a and Matadi, on the CoiV'a, for * h farther the little craft proceeds th: more the liver bnnku contract, th: stronger < and more trcach;ro:s be comes the torruit. Within tln\;;; hours of Matadi the battle Levins in real earnest, the raging waters I tiro v themselves against the rocky b<".n'; only to be hurled to the other si.!o by the power of their own volition; tor twenty miles these mighty forces of nature play Uuir furious game oblivious of the tiny barque whi- li is nervously threading its way through countless whirlpools an-! .ross currents. WAYSIDE PERILS. Suddenly, without warning,, and, in mid-stream, the engines stop ; thore is no refuge but in the anchor ; the . shoro is impossible. The unhor is lowered, but it rides free, aiv.l the Plilfjt calls for more...

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THE FIRE ORDEAL [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

THE FIRE ORDEAL A report hau readied I.on.lwi of ?ome inUTest'.ng experiments carried' out not Jong Kinco at Daccl by an iiidian Yogi, Thakur Tatani K»n o ^Imkj'Avarty Saraswati, vh n ho »nve a public exhibition of bis abil ity to walk baicfooted and junvnt uncled 1) ;d over burning woo.l Mil through flames of lire without in jury. Two of the company, members of :he Indian Civil Service-Mr. J. \V. N'clson and Mr. S. K. Hawday-h:\vo .'.iven ylgned written eerUfn jres la Uio tfitct- that ttiey were, vr -- u" ivlien Chakravarty walkrd i.niu.v.r<.<l :>vcr the burning wood an 1 thioivh the flames. The Thakm* appeared wealing only u loin cloth and a shn:t over his shoulders. After uttering some incantalrn * h » went slowly into the fire, the f.'anvi-s from which covered him to the waii'.t. He crossed and rc-crosscd the lire four times, after which some 01' hh ilisciplrs followed his example. The Thakur, turning round to tin spectators, said, -"If any of you have t...

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NORTH POLE POLE POST OFFICE. AMUNDSEN'S NOVEL PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

NORTH POLE POLE POST OFFICE. AMUNDSEN'S NOVEL PLAN. Captain Amundspn, who first dis covered the South Polo, will start, e»rly in 1914, on another great adven luro among tha [VP, In his ship, tho " Fram," ha will fijhb hia way ncrosa the Polar seas, and finally try and drift to the North Pola itself. The coat of tho great expedition will exceed £30,000 and so far tho fall purn has not> been raised. To quickly Becuro the balance of the money Ciptain Amundsen has ad opted a novel plan-the sending of post cards from the North Polo lo all those good people who care to pay a modest fee for the card, and fhus ho'p on the great ody<»nture. For this purpose a special North Pole cord hao been issued. Purchasers may addrei-o tin se to themselves or their friends, nud send them in a spocial envelope to Captain Amundsen ?tl Sin . Francisco. AM such cards will he taken on the " Fram '' right to the N irth Pole,. if Amuud^en gets there. With the consent cf tho p^£ tal autboriiies tho...

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MOUNT WILLS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

MOUNT WILLS RAGES. 'j'LIO following nro tln< woighta for tlio jtoimfc Will'! nicos which will lnko plueo oil Friilny: MAIDKN HACK HACE. St. 11). . Doll Blu'ck, F. Ah Sum'a ... 10 0 0 Cristy, W- Mutthowa' St la o' S'01'0, Goo. Ifotts' 8 ?! Wild llml, C. Rnwaon'a ... a .1 ' Ton' Ho)'> Oh'oonwooil's ... 8 0 ?' limmy, T.oa. Shoean's 8 0 1 C»lIoi>». L. lSi'Hmloy'n 8 0 MOUNT "WILLS HANDICAP. IOITS, .i. jvuni.j .> ... PONY HANDICAP, 11.2 A.U. » 0 0 0 II 0 » 0 (1 0 !> 0 at. II). J, King Bower (lato J.O.K.), J". Lwlor's 11 o Sir Quist, F. llutton's 11 ~ ^ Morgan's i\ Keyword, K. Nicholas' 10 Goldstop, Xi. H. Pcndcrgasfc'a ... lo frfiily Blomliiio, F. Hufcton's ... ft Corn Polloon, J. Parkcs' <j ; Luly Win, F. Hutton's ... 0 Wilfred, Slorr and Weston's ... <> NOVKI.ty PONY RACE. 1. Criaty, W. Matthowa'... 2, Hell Black, F. All Sum's ;j. Wild Bird, C. Rawaon'a .V. Novo, Oh Botta' ... X Lady. Bird, J. ^I'Grath's 0. Bluebell. Misa S. M'Coy's 7. Col...

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BENAMBRA RACES. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

BENAMBRA RACES. A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING, Tlio races of tho Bi-jinmbra Picnic Riming Club oil New Year's Diy ?tfTorded a pleasant holiday and good sport, Thn weather was variable, opeuing cloudy in tho morning, getting very hot before noon, but a cool brm z>' springing up in the afternoon made tho rtat of tho diy very pleasant. TliBro waa ft good attendance, Glon Wilaand Sunnysido hcins» especially wnll represented, and aa thero was an increase in membership and the gate recoipta good there will lui u subatan tiul financial reault. Tho raoing was good, though the fields worn small, oxooptiin the Novelty Pony raco whfcro eight competitors faced tho starter. There were no di» putea ond ovoryouo appeared to be satisfied with tho results except) the losers. But) there can only bo one winner for each race. Thn children wern well looked after by Meaais J. Soutter and J. Matthew.* and o-her volunteers who had a kindly feuliug for thn littlo odd?. They had rices galore, until thoy weroglad...

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

RECEIPT AND P^Y OFFICE, Tho following oooouata aro lyiu#,a6 ^b^troaaurv-; 4* T. Lowing'?."*

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