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WORLD-WIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

WORLD-WIDE MOTES. Tho Japanese Ambassador had l:crn lunching with Mr. Leopold Rothschild and wan being conductcd round the wonderful gardens at Gunnersbury, at Acion, West London. At last, after careful preparation, the Japnneso gar den wan, so to speak, "burst open before Iiim." He held up Ills hands ill enthusiasm. "All !" ho said, "wonderful ! wonderful-we liavo no thmt; like this in Japan I" -" Man* "Iicstor Guardian." If Germany were to nmkc war on France, ami were by any chance to lie successful in tlint war, France as n. Power would, for tlie next fifty year;; at any rate, be wiped of! the may of Europe. Murk, wo do not ray that Germany could certainly d'.'stroy France., even if France had to "fight a lone hand." We have too much respect for the French Army and the splendid spirit of tlio Frenrb people to assume such a result as inevitable. Still the facta that Gev lrauy now possesses, so far as Franco is concerned, the command of the sea, t hat the numbers of her Ai'my and o...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CHURCH WITH A CHEQUERED CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 February 1914

A CHURCH WITH A CHEQUERED CAREER. St. Mary's, Snho. is a church with a renutrkabh* uiigicus history. li was originally en?oted through the in Huence of Pr Compton, the tree planting Bishop of London, for the CJreok Archbishop of Amos and his Hock, who had been driven from their island by the Turks. Since then this little edilieo lias been successively' a meeting house for Huguenots and Bap tists, and wad finally being turned into a music-hall idieu captured by the Established Church. it is now being used by tlie old Catholics for their Suuday Mass and other B^rviees. with the sanction of the Bishop ot Loudon. The first Anglican Bishop of St Mary's was J. D. Chambers, a once famous Traetarian leader, who had among his congregation, Mr Glad stone.

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

QUAINT TENURES. Tho kings uml princes of England seem to have delighted to amuse them selves by tho devising of tenures for their personal profit, pleasure, and amusement. Sumo in their nature (writes Paul Monckum in Uho "Con temporary Review") are such as to bo unprintable in the twentieth century Press; these quickly came to bo com muted to a money payment. Other*, again, are positively amazing in tho variety and nature of the customs b.v w'hich they wero to bo held. Kor instance, the Lordship of Bitrcs. in E.SM-X, nab held by tho sergoantry of scalding tho King's hog-,; Oarleton, in Nottingham, by Oho sjrvioe of one catapult in the year for all services; two farms at Carlcoats, Yorkshire. by tho service of finding, one a right hand glove, and the ot'her a left hand glove, tho whole of tho Manor of Caldeoote was held by Humphrey do IWlim by virtue, of being Lord High Constable of England-a post now abolished on ac count of tho dogrce of power and splen dour attaching to t*ho ollic...

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"THE INTELLIGENCE MERCHANT." SOME OF HIS YARNS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

THE INTELLIGENCE MER CHANT." + SOME OF I-IXS YARNS. " Wo'vo sottlod the older Ya Niolticlc at last, and a good job, toe He's tho most regular do vnright h reconcilable, Will-o'-the-Wlsp" ml.el in the wllole blooming colony, j nd ha dotio no end o mischief ; bul lu's got a bullet bang through bim th'.s '.time, though they bundled him away somewhere in a Capo cart. I'll ;a . this for them, thcy'ro toypjn.; gorrt sportsmen as regards sticki-.g to their wounded ; the bottom of I In ;a t was full of blood before they'd ;:ni< half a mile-running down (lie \vhe:K "Then there's young NaudJ-quit< a good lad,they say-who's out or commando simply for the joke of th; thinghe has a brother in tin To 11 Guard at Beaufort West, and l:i himself plays three-quarters for rov.< place in the Eastern Provimr:; ; any way, he's shot through the thigh, rc, he'll bo off fottcr for a Lit. I'i managed to stick to his horse, mi; wo just missed getting him, aUhou; 1: he had a na...

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MAJOR WILSON'S LAST STAND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

MAJOR WjLSQN'S LAST STAND Many stirring .. incidents occurred (luring the Matabele War of -ISO5, but none was n:orc 'unselfish or heroic Ulan that which marked its close. R'a'ors Forbes and Wilson, with a Sir all force of mounted men, were in pursuit c' Lobengula. The trail was followed to the Ehatigaui River. A ^slave boy brought in word that the was just in ? front. Thereupon STa.'or Wilson, Captains Greenfield ami Kirton, the two scouts, and twelve . nun _jvero ordered to push 0^ iik-iig the spoor. Several camps i*cre searched : when the fitth was reh-bod a number of armed natives appeared, and the Major ordered a retreat. I>ia;'or Borrow and twenty men got throng!) and joined Wilson. Next day the main forco was attack ed and had to retire. Heavy firing* was heard across the river, and the scoots, accompanied by a trouper, joiuod the retiring iurcu, the eole uiir.'ivors of Wilson's party. Wilson hud eiKiv.npcd williout be In^ attacked. Before d:.iyli»ht Bor row all.I his men a...

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"WIDOW GREEN." THE RECORD LADY-GOLDWINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

"WIDOW 6REEU. THE RECORD LADY-GOLD* WINNER, , By far tho moot arresting figure in the -Amorlcon galaxy of lady-gold winners is that, most remarkablo of women, '"Widow Green," as Bho 1B affectionately known, who has proved more than any of her sex that in tho gamo of money-making a woman can hold her own with the cleverest of malo rivals. If any woman has had excuse for lending a life o( easo and sclf-indul gence it is Mrs. Green ; for, on her father's death, sbo was one of the best-gilded heiresses in all America, with something like a million pounda to call her own. But she was no butterfly, this daughter of a money ma'dng father. The love of gold wm in her blood ; and sho lost no time in setting to worlc to multi ply her million many /old. For forty years she toiled harder and longer hours than any clerk or business man in New York, adding to her pile by judicious investment-" nothing speculative," she says :.''"only fools speculate." No opportunity escaped her clear, far-seeing b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

-AS a suro safeguard against Summer Cold?; Soro Throat, MDust Throat," Night'Chills, and all tho perils of'sudden v/oathor ohangos, Koop * PEPS Always Haxidy. Peps bring tho Invig orating" arid hoalthful Pico Forests to Svery Homo* from Store.*, aud'tlic Pcpfi I'aatUlc Co. &yducy, *1 l/(5aud j/> bus Covered with Small Red Spots. Hardly a Spau Between, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Skin in Solendid Condition, Norway, N. S. "\V.-"My baby at about tho. ago of Unco weelcJ beoamo covered on tho faco v/il-h email red spots. I thought it was just ono of tho radios that babies aro often subjcct to and would soon disappear, but it eeemcd very obstinate, although I kept oil using homo remedies for several weeks, and instead of Gofting better it got gradually worse. You could hardly fioo a spaco between tho spots. Tho baby's whole faco was scnrlct and very much disfigured mid I did not HUo to tako Iter outside tiio Iiouso. "Having road of tho Cuticura Rcmedlo3 I Kont for a samplo...

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HONEST "JIM". AN APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

HONEST "JIM". AN APPRECIATION. A Melbourne correspondent: gives tho following noli unwarranted sketch of the member for North Gippsland : - While a member of tho Labor Party and n consistent advocate of Ltbor interests, Mr James Wier M'Lichlnn is no disciple of ' Down with everybody and everything' doclfina. Tliero is nothing qf the red-aecktio business about tho member for Gippsland North. More than once, indeed, the speech and action of the hoi>. member liovo excited surprise as to tio'.v he came to be found iu the Opposition ijallcry. The tall, sp-iro frame, thin, aquiline fieo tunned to a deep color, aild the duk hair, worn rather lonj> iu Bohemian fashion, sjive Mr M'l/ich lin a somewhat) notable personality, Bis oareer has been n varied one. In different parts of Gippsland ha has tried more than one business, at which hi»d to wort? hard. All the fame, he found time in which to becomo a profi cient Pitman shorthand writer-an ac quirement) he finds of much valuo to Him...

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OVERCLAD SCHOOL-CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

OVERCLAD SCHOOL-CHILDREN. I Dr Douglas, tho.Government iuspee I lor for schools iu Moruyshiro, lias I brought to light astonishing dotails oi ; liow sonio school ohildrun in thy North of Scotland two almost smothered, by tho amount of clothes they aro com pelled to wear (says the "liveuiug .Standard"). Dr Douglas states that ho found 72 por cent of tho children wearing such a mass of olnthcs as to ho really dangerous to health. Tho ! (Worst easo in this l'espeat was a girl who had eleven layers of. clotnuig, and I tho teacher volimtoered tho information j that thoro was an additional ovorcoat ' in tho cloak-room. Dr Douglas also ; disoovorcd that many of tho children ' slept in tho garmonts thoy woro outside. Mistress: ''Mary, I was almost sure, <moo last evening wliilo tho policeman was in tho kitchen, that I heard a .sound very much liko two pooplo kiss ing." Mary: "Did you hear it only wanst, mump" Mistress: "Yes." Alary: "Thin it wasn't us." Domestic (tremblingly): "O...

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MEMORIAL SERVICE. MRS MARGARET M'COY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

MEMORIAL-.SlfiliVIGE. MIIS MA EG A RIOT M'COY. Tho ppoplp of Ens>»y and di<nric 'Utonded tho Prrabytemri Horvico on Sunday with on« accord 'o nhow their rn^ppco to tho memory of thn Uto Mts Margaret) M'Coy. The hall was scarcely lnrj;o enough to hold thp con ereyation, which numherrd nearly 100, tho hall, doflc and ptivtio being draped in black. Xf»M pmacJlPP, Ut'V. IjV'tHCH G. F**r»UI), in»lo rcf-rot.OP to t ho f;ict that m1 mbrra of nil dfnomiu»»tiuns were present, and that, in tho presence? of death tiioy realised more fully thu before God nil who lovnrl Him were onp, Hp besought them th-41 iti future the ppirit aliou'd charucterian all their relations Tho texb was taken from John 11-25, thn words of Jesus to M'»ribi, Ms'orof L'Zirn*, "I mil the Resurrection and tho I*?He Paid tho buck around 1 ho building sym bolised <h^ sorrow in tho he«irc of those thifc mourned, but, did not) pymholi^e tho i;lnry into which ihodr-ari in Christ entered, D >\'\i rn t...

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MIXING MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

MIXING MANURES. Tho following directions arc given with regard to tho mixing of artiiieial manures by tho British Board of Agri culture:-Probably it in now univer sally known that sulphate of ammonia must not lie mixed with1 any manure holding free lime, notably mtaic sing and preoipitatcd phosphate. Tho im mediate result of making such a mix ture is tho liberation of free ammonia, whoso presenco in tho air can at once he detected by its pungent odour. If i* is desired to apply sulphate of am monia with one of theso substances to any particular area o£ ground, the phosphate should bo put on a mouth or. moro before tho other substance. Sulphate of ammonia may, however, bo mixed with tho other ordinary ma nures, such as superphosphate, dissolv ed bones, hone meal, xdiosphate, dis solved bones, bono meal, kainit, sul phate and muriato of potash, and nit r.u4;.o..p£-;;oflav Nitrate of soda should not .be mixed with superphosphate, dis solved hones or dissolved guano. Not only docs such ...

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OMEO BRANCH, A.N.A. ANNIVERSARY BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

OMEO BRANCH, A.N,A. ANNIVERSARY BANQUET. Tlio Oln"o,Brnnoh of tlio Australian Natives' Aspociotion li.id htien ontnb lialied fur 23 year?, aufl t ho occasion wiiB-'fcelfibraletl by n linnqunlr in tlio A.N.A. lmll on Wednesday evening, a numbor of visitors bniiift inriied, com prjaioi; represent,ut:vo3 from tin; Shire Council, tho Masonic mid Oddfellow*' lodges, nnd other". Tim binqueb was seryitl by Miss Taylor in her usii.vl excellent) Btylo of <utflriii>> nnd the pyplllnR was n 11103b rnj iyi>b!n on». Tlifl proaidmir, Mr J. A. Withum, oocllf iod tho ohnir. After tlio usual loyal tomi, had been daty honored, Mr \V. J. M'Cny pro positi tlio toast of I ho Shirt; Council, nnd in somo humorous remarks i-pt/kci pf tho lnftgnifisenr. motor roids iliar. tht? councillors hid provided, but. neliriowledged that they wcro doing tlitij'r bosC PO far as tlio limited fuutfs wofdd nllow.-Councillor Potman, in ro^pondinc, said llie council h«ti little mfiney to spend on by-nmda...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Speoial Cor respondent). Tim 'Indeterminate Sentences Act, which was brought into, action sumo five years or so ago, ami from wiiisli much was cxpcolcd, not fulfilled exin.K'vUT-»')fi'i. Tho idea back of >t> v had wide possibilities, but like most t-J'iorts to handle tho criminal element divctivelv, it was not design ed on a suilieientiy comprehensive {ion im'. i!uro scenic to have been laok of leteimination in canning out even w -proposed. -Tho intont;on 'j«'himl tJiis new law was to secure 'ho i adoption uf a modern, scientific, and humane system for tho treatmnt of criminals, which would distinguish sljarpSv between incorrigibles, who aro a ni'MKico to society, and youthful of fenders, who needed only to bo sot upon tho right track, to beoomo "use ful and law abiding members of the community. .For this purpose, it was proposed that spccial reformatory prie dhs hhonUl be established, whero of fenders could be detained indefinitely* until it was fel...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Ciiunoii nF ^NnLAND.-Sunclny.Fcbrnory 1/3: Hwfi.'a Urcclc 11, Oaeailia 3, Omeo7 30, Nov. (} II. Devlin j ()m«?o 11, Mr Oano. f'KK»»YTtiuiAN Outmoii-8iindf»y» Feb.* ruiry 15* Knimp U, Benambra 3, Omco 7.3Q. Huv K Q, JwirQtn,

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TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

TOO LATE. Willie, agecl 4, camo to Jiis mother and in groat eostasy exclaimed "Oh, mother! Etliol und Charlio find ed such a nice dead) cut, an* they're going to have a funeral, an* can I go?" Permission was given, and when Willie returned, he was questioned ae to the outcome of the funeral. "They never had it at all." "And why not?" "Mother," waa the reply, "the cat was too dead."

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MINING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

MINING NOTES Oontto Annie, Sunnyside, crushed 55 tona . for 218os, gold. : -j ' ?* M. frtker, tihrlatmas Crock, crushed 24 tons for 14(lwb. gold to tho ton, Caefsilis, 2nd,-No 5 level: Drive towards Curcsa lode to 84fift. from main E. xcut j face shows considerable improvement! con tains mineral veins. Maudo Reefs, Glon Wills, 3rd.-No. 3 level; Peotion D5 ; Sloping averjovpla, pay able, No, 5 lov'el, section ^015; End vanced to 1, OOSfc» ; IjJo iutorieoted at 1,808ft. proved slightly over in width j v«luo ovor first «fft. A3, tjilanco J)0». Cya nide cleaned wp 2fj5 ton* fur , val^oi]

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BIT OF A MYSTERY [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

BIT OF A MYSTERY They wero aeate<l beneath atrco in tlie park, and tho moou was shining to ntako ono'a thoughts turn to love. Presently tho girl said-uOh, Jaines, dear, I can't understand why you lavish your affections oni mo above all tflio other girls in tho world 'JDo tell mo why it is?" "Blowed if I know, Jenny," ho re plied, "and all my pals say. they'ro blowed if they can make it out, either!'

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SWIFT'S CREEK. DEATH OF MR HOLLONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

SWIl'T.v URICEK [FBOM OUR CORRESPONDENT] DEATH OP SJR IfOLfcOUp^. Death ji'ti levied a heavy toll on the Tnaibo Yulley lately. Mr George Hollonda nf " Woodlands," TODRIO, died in a private hospital in Omeo j'lso on twelve o'clock on Tuesday night. List October ho underwent in Biirnsdule a serious operation for some internal trouble, and nUho^b - he gob well enough, to come home,, ho nevor gained strength, and after rather acute Buffering for some d«ys, passed away. Mr Hollonda was; oue of the oldest residents of tho Valley, coming hnrti when a lad. He took up land ovor thirty yours ago and did his share towards making the Tambo galley productive. He was a man with 9 good deal of energy and dovor letdifiiT cullies worry him, but put his shoulder to tho wheel with a good deal of deter mination. His was oiii) of the bctt known figures in Ihe Valley, nnd his presence, nnd many kind note of hos pitulity, h ill be misled. Ho wbb fon$ of sport, and his servide? were always nought for as st...

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A FUNERAL IN NAZARETH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

A FlfKEilAi ET Wj-SARSTH. . K;r-]i I'l'li^idus community has » .s p arate cemetery, and iho Moslems havo two.- A death in the household is nn announced lev the nei<:libor h/,ud- by -lIus (ihfioks or iiu> refavives who. hav'o In oil hitting around tho deathbed. IT n -Moslem the dying iii5' 17 is turned so a.i to j'aeo Mecca. iNu '.special religious ceremony is per formed Unm; but ii' i ho last struggle seems H) be prolonged tho "khateob," or priest, may bo, summon* <1 to invoke Alluli that the spirit, may quickly Ivavo the distressed body. It is believed to by Uio reward of a virtuous life to have ii quick ending. The hands arc lifted lip at tho my last, as ;t. final adher <-noo lo tho Moslem erred. Tlio mo* incut that, thu death occurs tho women scream, tear their hair, and rend their clot-hex, especially tho covering of their breaals, and "bvat their ohests. This , frenzy bring-; nj| tho neighbour*, who crowd into the cbamh.:r «>/ grief and ad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 February 1914

Commonwealth :vBanU of HustraHa HCi&D OFPlOfc ~~ 1 r |>VDNEV .Th* Bhnfc i* i>]w tnr nlW-W-* of G Jtf i uAttltlMQ BUSINESS at E^UlTAlJtUi BUILDING, CJOLUN3 rSVFIEET, MELBOURNE Al* » :lL fyfli"1}', ''ntil;fMT/». - IVrih, Ilolj.nt, liri -.K'mo, HoiMninpiim, "IV.viisvilk and l<ondon, CnW? »»m\o . o, Atitl »1 i-..ft» drawn on forciyn p^aro* direct. l-'ort'icn l»iU.< negotiated nnd collocti <i. I,fll"rs ff 'ii-li; to uuy part of tho vmrld. I'IMh niv»»»tiu'M or forwarded for Collection. oi every tr.uiMuu*-d nUhm ihv wealth,. Unllcd I\t> liI'in ai-.ii abroad ( uircnt tuTomtii* O]*< nc<i Inim-hi j*:iill on fi\nl deposit*. Advancea made appi-nu-d serurilki. SAVINGS BANK DEPArtTMENT Victorian Cenlrul OfHcn : 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Brnucbffl in i ho jJ>ove titir^ ami 2,000 Aftcnoio? ni I'o.-l throughout the Commonwealth Dopoaiio from I/- to £300. Interest At 3/,' por annurr# Doposltn or Withdraw/its n:ay be made ...

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