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MAN-EATING FOXES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

MAN-EATING FOXES. That tlie fox may 1>_- a mail-oafcr | appears from expcricnco in ? XJi>pat'f Piedmont, Ttaly. A .voung woman, n_c-: | customed to wander in the mquntaii J goi'K«.i, disappeared, and after a t><nc| some articles of clothing belonging t to B her, .surrounded with footprints of fuse, s were discovered at a point ne-arly i ?> x mile above sea-level, As there wcrp | r.o other tracks, it was concluded that, j while stupefied by (aid or fntiguo, t"'1 ! wniiHiu must liav'o lien attacked ritffl | calen liy tliCHO aniirinls. '.! . -j Fond Mamma: "Isn't baby potting j bin? Just see how solid ho is!" Pnp.i ?; ''Ho does seem solid this morning, nuoi; it's i cmarltablo, becnusa ho appeared.u-:. be nil 'liollor' Inst night." if

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. A few years ago somo members c' tho Austrian Speleological Society dis covered iu tho Dachstein mountains iomo oavcrns which arc amongst . tho largest in Europe. One of these grot toes, tho longitudinal axis of which i* fully 6500ft. long, moreover, turned out to offer additional interest by its truly enormous ico masses,. and was found to bo tho largest known jco cave in tho world. Though a scorohing sun may bo_ burning outsfdo ou tho bare mountain rock, there is always an icy wind blowing through this underworld, freezing everything within its reach. Only sometimes, wlion tho outside tem perature ranges between S2 and 41 de^. Cut., and a comparatively warm ram penetrates through tho fissures of the rook, entering' right into the cavern, will there ho a temporary calm ;uid dis tinct melting of tho ico. Tho Dach >t<*in ico 0.7,vo comprises several dome*, filled with ice, which communicate with one another through a number of fro ./.en galleries. A...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From our SpeouU Currt'spoudciii)* \Yu all know that th'.-io is a bluntly increase in tin.' population of tin's over Blown metropolis-oiergiowu l».causii oi' tho disproportion between its inhabitants, and tho numljor os the peopio in the rural dis tricts, where they are wanted. lim it is only when tho fact is brought into proiniuenco in some striking way that we realise how great and how rapid th» grruth is. One of these cyo-openers is the fact that despite the van expan sion, at a huge expenditure, 'oi tiio pro visions for water .supply, the demands are right up to tho limit of tho supply. On -1th February, 1012, a record con sumption of water was established, with (50,181,000 gallons for tho day. That reoord stood until January when it was exceeded with 00,230,000 gal lons for ono day. A few days latot; th« enormous, quantity of 74,570-000 gallons was consumed in tho day, bring-" ! itig tho average consumption of water in the metropolis for 22 consecutivcjLlays to...

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FEEDING CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

FEEDING CALVES. Clover hny is the best to keep before tho young calf as .soon as it will begin .'to wit, Pen and out hay is also good. Wlu'u Clio, calf is four or /ive months .old a little lucerne may be given, lint wire should bo taken not to feed too much, as there is danger of the lucerne causing scours. To wise calves with out anv skimmilk is not very s«ti.sfjio . tory^althougfi there arc some good calf . meals on the market, but wilJ not take the ' plaeo of skim-milk entirely, Ti has been suggested that after a calf J'h two fir threo weeks old, » bean soup may bo given, which is prepared as .follows:--Parboil the beans in soda, then drain o/f.tho water and boij again until s/>ft; pfjueexo through a colander ;.ind add salt until the soup has a de cidedly brackish taste. Then stir in .?anno pollard and linseed meal, and add'* lukewarm water until each calf recoivvs abotifc threo quarts of tho mixture* Oi" coni'so tbo amount to bo given will vary with the different calves. When...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HOMELY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

HOMELY HINTS. l'iie tangled thread:; uf yi sturdily Will still unsnarl with toil and pain, To-dny, our stubborn lingers piuv Slid havoc with to-morrow's- skein. And yot tho pattern grown apaeo, Despite tho tangles that distress; And,'at tfio last, it pains a grace, Krutn all our patient ciumsinesss. Snct will keep in gr.otV condition ii' weli covered with Hour. ifse u bicycle pump to remove dust from tufted furniture. A slighf. dralt on bread that is rising may cansb it to conio. up very slowly and perhaps . spoil it 'altogether. ' When roasting a turkey, stuff the brcatt with pai\d_swe.'t pitotio.s; they get. .1 fine .11^vor fryn the juice. . Try scraping off Unit burn-d sido of your cake with a Very coarse prater. Much superior lo ;h" knife. ^ before frying liver, try dipping the slices in Jjot water; the llavor is im proved and much humv delicate. , "When washing Hanie-is,. lj(> buvo that tlio soap is thoroughly dissolved, or.il. will stick, and tho llannels bo patchy when dry...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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FERTILISER TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

FERTILISER TERMS. hi the minds of fanners who have little time to study the technicalities of nomenclature, confusion may easily f arise as to the precise meaning of the differentt names under which phosphate of lime is offered for .'igricuJtural pur poses. There are four forms of phos phate of limo:-1. Soluble in .water. an in. .$iiperpUnsnh:\i- It is .maaa-caleie namely, mm equivalent of phoplioric ae'd, is combined..with one equivalent of lime, and when phosphate of lime is described as "soluble," it is Understood by long custom and usance in the trade to mean "soluble in water." This f> rccognis^d by the Fertilisers and Feed ing .Stuffs Act, because in Section 10. (1), we fiud tlie words, '"Hie exprcs siens 'soluble and insoluble' shaft res pectively mean soluble and insoluble in water." and if the phosphate of lime is not soluble in water, but in cifcr'r ae'd, it should be so specified. 2. Sob able in weak acid, as in basic super phosphate, reverted or retrograde phos phate....

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

POULTRY NOTES. It is surprising Mori) poultry-keepers' do not koop a well-filled dust bath, which is tho best of nil cures against insect trouble.*. It is little trouble or oxpOnso. Dry earth or road dust, to a depth or Din. to 12in., in a deep box, kept in a dry, sheltered position, is all that is required. A little pow dered sulphur should bo added ocens sionally, whilst e'arbulio powder in vjiry useful in bad eases.. Some hens are so infestr-d with insect life, through neglect of "the dust bath, that it is sometimes necessary to dip them bodily in.a bath made of a decootion of quassn chips and tobacco water, afterwards placing iu a warm eoop to dry. Suoli insect troubles are generally confined to fowl.** which cannot huvo their liberty and arc kept in too close quarters, ns jhiuHry runniiiivon fields will find their dust bath mide.r>' hedges and hther p':u:«s.». Prevention' is botter tlm» cure, and whether young or old, fowls k -nt in confinement must haw? a dust h;tJi, or par...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Butler.-Quotations arc without al teration, but an advance is not consid ered unlikely. Superfine butter is quoted at llid, other choico llld, prime lid, good 10£d to 103d, and poorer quality from 9£d upwards. Dairy butter is in short supply, but tho in quiry is small. Prime prirato dairy and separator butter is quoted at 9d to 9£d, and storekeepers' mixed lots at 7-ad to Sd. Cheese-Primo new cheese is quoted at o-Jd to 5£d, special loaf size 6d, with medium to good quality at from 5d to oid. Semi-matured is worth 6Jd to 7d, and mild, mellow-matured Sd to SJd, and occasionally up to 9d. Bacon and Hams.-Good to prime light, sides are quoted at lOd to 10-Jd. special cures at lid, medium-weights Sid to Od, heavy 7jd to 8d, light mid dles I0£d to lid, special at up to If medium weights 9Jd to lOcT, heavy from 7id. jackets 7$d to Ski, shoulder? 6d to 7d. There is littfu demand for hams. Primo to choico bagged aro quoted at 1/2 to 1/3, lijiht weights at 1/1 to 1(11...

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THE BUTCHERS' STRIKE. OUTLOOK SERIOUS. EMPLOYEES OPEN SHOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

THE, BUTCHliUS' STRIKE. *? OUTLOOK SERIOUS. EMPLOYEES OPEN SHOPS. Tho bulchurn' troublo is further | developing uiid ib is foared thai) |t will havo a Fcrioua outoorap. Owing t<T unourluiuty ns tu tho position no unimila woro killed at tho city abattoirs this imrning. Efforts »ro being mmJo to avert) a stribo and it is probable thab a compulsory ooo forenw) nriy be summoned. If this thnuld prove unsuccessful tho rnattor will probibly bo referred to the Arbi. tration Cuirb. Tho Australian Moat Industry Employees Union propositi to opeo shops in tho various xuburbs for tho sale of meat in order nob to incon venience the public.

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THE NEW FARMER. SCIENTIFIC ADVANCE [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

THE NEW FARMER. SCIENTIFIC ADVANCE il tlio ''transition of ^agriculture' .'which is thought to be in progress is to reach the more intensive state do-. sired by reformers, it can only be in duced by tho fanner. Landlords may load and persuade, but the farmer's belief in the form of cultivation which pays him best is tho deciding factor. We have signs in "plenty that tho fanner is advancing along tho lines of scientific theory (says a correspon dent- .of'trhe ''London Times,"). On paper -and. iii-.tlie abstract, the higher , the fanning.tLie greater the profits for all concerned;" . The idoal- to aim at .is that Danish .farm, much visited i*y English Farmers and landowners, which yields an average profit of £4 an aci;e. . "It is claimed that a net in come of £20,000 a year is made from its 5000 acres. At the other end of the scale wo may take a score of pro perties on - English wolds and heavy lands, as well as on Koriolk sands, which do not yield a. profit of 5/ an , acre or near it...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. HOME RULE BILL. THE ULSTER PROBLEM. REPORTED COMPROMISE. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

LATEST TELEGHAMS. [Fitosj .. ouit COIUIBSPOMDBNTJ. \ HCNIK ITULR OCLL. TilVi ULSTER PROBLEM. REPORTED COMPROMISE. MELIIOUIINE, MONDATT, A. Ltitidon ninv.ipupor, A'uws of ifta World, uiinuuncen Unit) ib tins authority f ir atmioi! t.li.«t> n settlement) of tho U Inter problem in impured. The Imsis df the nrrntigemonb ia the I'xclnsion from the Hmnn Ilulo Bill of ominliea D.nvn, Antrim, Armnuli nod Londonderry fur 11 fixed term, with thn option lib the fxpiry of that period o( entering the Irish parliament.

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POTASH AND CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

POTASH AND CROPS. Ouo of tho most striking effects of potash manures is tlio remarkable way in which they promote the growth of clovers and other leguminous plants. Thus when potash is applied to a field of mixed herbage, it encourages the) growth of the clovers to such an ex tent that tho general aspect of tbo vegetation is entirely cha.ugcd. . ft also encourages the growth of the. finer and more nutritious grasses A fur ther effect of potash is that it renders thj plant moro resistant to ihe attack*) of fungoid parasites, welJ seen iirtlic '.'ace of rust on wheat, leaf-spot fun gus on mangolds, and bvon in some eases "finger and toe" in" turnips^ Potash is tho dominant iiianuriitl in gredient for potato.T;, wljerc it not only improves tlio quality,-hut gives ft high er yield, which contains a larger pro portion of marketable sir.o potatoes. "'Do your debts worry you?" a:-!icl tlio Sympathetic Guy. "What I owe other people?" said tho Willing Spen der. "Well, I should say not. it's ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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FERMENTATION IN PAPERMAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

FERMENTATION IN PAPER MAKING. Among tho recent improvements in handling paper-making materials is a process for extracting tlie starch from cotton rags that are Used in making linen papers. Practically all cotton oloth has some kind of a filler, and much of this is starch. In clippings from new cloth there is a considerable amount of staroh filler. It was the practice .formerly to soak the rngs in warm water, and then to boil tlicni"* in an alkali solution. But the offcct of tho alkali on starch is very slow, 'as it causes tho staroh to swell lip, so that tho. solution reaches tho inner part of; tho starch grains only witli difficulty. Malt is added in tho proper amount lo convert the staroh into iv soluble sugar which readily dissolves out of the fibre of the cloth and leaves it freo of the filler. The active, principle of tho malt is tho "enzymes" that attaok the staroh just as they do in the brewing process, and convert it into n form of sugar that is easily disposed of:

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

In Memori^m. Ki?nj)KM< -Sacrcrl to Ihc memory of Wil liam Stonley Ruudt-ll, who died on 1-ilh February, 1913* Aged 3 j'ears. A fivorito with all. G«;ae beyond rccall. -Inserted by Ms sorrowing parents, 0. A. and C J£. Ruudell. In Mamoriam. Joiisa.-In loviug memory of my dear bus bjpd and our dear father, William Ilt-nry John*, who d'*pirt^4 thia lifu at Omeo, ou HUi February^, IOJtf. -Inserted by his lovirjy wife and family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

Xmas Season,, $918 r . - DAVID EAKHSTS, . 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 SARINS. Auctioneers;' Notice?. A. KACARTHUR & CO., Cattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIPrSLANP AUCTION SALhS conducted in any yart. of Gippslnnd, and Jt OniM District when equired. Lotto and To cgram qalotly answered Auctioneer for the Firm A. N. MACABTHDB, | Who Conducts all Auction Sales and I Bapwintendu all Business of the Firm. Distriot Representative : H. M'MILLAN, SWIFT'S CREEK M. DAVINE, B.A. IJ.IJ.U. BARKISTEK AKD SOLICITOR. WARRAG-UL. Formerly of Omeo.) W. H. GOOMBES, Ooachbuilder and Wheelwright. E N S A. Y, V"" ' s *'<? * --- ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE ON'THF. PREMISES. ' " Vahiolea Bought and ExcliaDg d. Eitimitet givon for all classes of Dwellings. Sidbboauds, DRESSERS, SAFES. TASKS . Made on tho Premises. Addre...

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METHODIST FESTIVAL CARNIVAL IN THE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

METHODIST FESTIVAL CAKNIVAL IN THE PAlUi. The Motho lists of tlio Omoo dialriot choose the p?rio;l of their annual har vest festival for linking their annual appeal fir public assistance, thui making use of the. njTiriugs of <h«ir congregations in thanksgiving fur a good harvest) for the purpisea of 3ile. The whole of tho district) Methodist) churches combine in this ono even", and with iho assistance of Ilia general public they arc thus able to mike up the deficiencies in revenue caused by the lack of population. There wore good programm-a in the Omeo Paik on Weduesd iy ufler noon and evening, the afiern.ion heing devoted to sports and tho evening to a coucerb and firework". Tlieio waa tho usual expenditure of a great amount of prel mir.ary labor in erect ing a number oE..8tnlls and refrtfch menti room?, but ihu reBult was 60 satisfactory and attractive tint thosn who had to hear the bruuti of llw burden hnd sotno SitUf action in con templating the result of their labors...

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914. HOME RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUICSDAY, FE/iltUAHY 17, 1014. HOME HULK. OMK Rule for Iioland has been n sentiment: (0 ciirp'j' im pl»ulfd in thi> hearts of ihe people of Ireland f"r (.ccprilion uf'ei eenpration lliat it has continued to survive for long r.fter the.lime wbfn its need basceared. There is no doutit i he pi-ople of Ireland lied in'.ny ferioua | fjrjavancen. For » ctr,< ur V of years tbey cxistfd almost bb p utrangi) people i ' ' ...« i" 111 >.>» c. . .'!>» h _i »'iit>vviioi'u h v .« fMiii) cine ynnr'n ontl io mm1 li'*"", ...i .» j . i % ..{ .ti.- p- .. w. ,,!( ???<! .. III Ul- ' ll >. !>.>! .' . mi f (>?<» ? tl 1. ti'ih miIi ui cmp, ii"ii'i"ii fin- tuipniv. - n"iii". Tin* ruijilul"iT[l in 'h'tn h piri( of helplessness nhtt ind ft mmuv vlncli u,v»k»iied tlie inili p' uili'iiot* of liHir ulnr-iC't'r f ir tlniugh IIihII l"v ,f 1 Jim I oid HO jriMl). t\ur, t Vi.-y siuiis to it wi...

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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. Tho cnu'rot has a deep-rooting habit, unci great euro should ho exereiscd m tlia preparation of a good tilth, This desirable re.sult i* hastened -by expos ing tlio laud in a somewhat crude con dition, so that it readily breaks down to tho weather. Soil thati desti tute, of lititu does not grow carrots to tho befit advantage. TJiero .should not bo inoro than .J) per eonl. of milk-fat in tho whey, which is the serum remaining after tiio curd has boon removed, in the manufacture of cheese. Whey should he transpar ent and of a greenish colour, When IL <rh<H'.s(? has been eaivh-^Jy made tin; whey is rich in fat, and of a. whitish ! or miilry colour. "? Turpvucaite, 'm. which is dissolved a* \ much camphor an it w;ll take up, is » pre-bminently ihu dressing for Jaecra ' Lions, bruise*, and cuts, its antiseptic j aeuon in equal to that of'carbolic acid; it" speedily stops t\Uc bleeding, allays i the [Kiin, and hastens the process of healing, Few, i...

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LUCERNE HAY. HOW BEST MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

LUCERNE HAY. HOW 11IC.ST MADE. To turn grcon lucerne into good-keep ing hay is aniatter about which fanners frequently as!: for guidance. Accord ing to u Bulletin issued by .one of .the American experiment stations, lucerne intended for hay should bo cut when it begin* to bloom, The leaves, which nro much richer in protein than tlie stems', drop and shatter worse in cut ting if tlio plants are allowed to ma ture too much beforo harvesting. It has also been observed that when cut at tho beginning of tho bloom period, about one-tenth in bloom-the next crop', under, fav'^ible conditions, starts quickly ami. m;UvV tVrv.pid' In ad;;\;y . ' - The most important factor in making good liny is faeorable weather. liny expos-<1 to excessive rains, especially that from leguminous plants, is greatly injured in quality and feeding value. ICvery farmer knows that hay is injured by rain and dew, which cause it to bleach and mould, and take from it tin natural aroma and palatibility essen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 February 1914

&len Wills Branch, F.M.E.A. mmimmi s POP,is. To UK HELD AT (j WiN WiLUj. FitlDAV, MAliCir 13, lai'i. Fukkjuknt: Mi< JIoirApu Svr:s4ci;u. . I'jlOUItAMMK, dLKS WiU/3 HANDICAP. WOOD CUvl*, umJuilifiuil, loin. lug 1st ttfi, second £i SUNNY?)Uti HANDICAP WOODOHOP, underbi'iul, 121a log 1st £o,second £1 NOVICIQ WOOLXJHOP (iindcrhttnt]) For ' those who have never won ft chop 12l»; i log lrit a 2j bccoik! 10d I 1 PH'CHING THIS SHISAK (over bar) 1st | i 15j. sueond Cs 'i'JiiiOH'JNO AT WJOKJi'l' 1st J&, sccond , Ga STEPPING IIUNiniKI) VARUS 1st lus, second fid iJlEPPlSG' 1*11? 1Y VAHnS (fur Unties) lal 7s (3d, second 'Js 0.1 And Numerous Other Kvcn'n, A Sum of Money hai been Set Abide for j Cfill.DKKN'S KViSNTd j Tlic Committee reseive the to alter the programme Nominations for u'ood to tic in Iho Sectetary's hands n->t Inter thun March l>, accompanied hy nomination f<jts and last six pcrfor.-Naiucn Nomination f c ft per cent, on total I value ol pm...

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