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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

SCALP THOUBLIS MADE IIA111 FALL OUT o . STOPPED TUB ITCHING AND COMPLETELY CURED SLHUJA I DING SORES AND RINGWORM, A 9overo caso of child's scalp, soroi', which caused tho parents much anxiety, has bstm perfectly cured by ijim But in the homo of Mr and Mrs iY. iTohus, of 1S3 Fahneratou Street1, Cirlto.u, Melbourne. Telling how 'A\m LJuk rescued her child from awful disfigurement Mrs Johns said ;-" My littlo girl', Con stance, was attacked by a maty erup tion which brolto out nil over her head. The sorea discharged, , and wherever mailer wenb frusli sorea appeared. This spreading diseaao caused a wful suffering, as I ho itching was unbearable, Ilor hair camo olf with the sores and although I gob a In&iou and applied it the disease con 6H\U(d to spread, ., "Then wo started using Zim-Buk, which took (-fleet ri<-ho usvay. drew outi all bad malt'ir ntid soothed Uio it?hic(< itutJ irritation. The I spreudin^ was arruateil and tbo soro.i . gradually died away(...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE HOG. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

THE HOG. 01' all dome»tio brutes the hug for Hwinishuess is worst; in all the. bestial catalogue- bo's easily the first. L^or oth ers Jio Jias no regard, has no co/icern at nil; tho weaker pigs lie pushes hard, and semis them to tho wall. Jlc gets his legs inside the trough and sips the sparkling slop, and t'other bogs must root) him oh' if they would get a drop. ,\nd when ho'a riding in a ear, two seats he'll occupy, and smoke a black and rank cigar, while women gasp am! cry. In linul holes lie's inclined to doze, when there's no grub aboutj a ring is fastened in his nose, so he oan't tunnel out . And when Jio drives abroad by> day, in auto ear or sich, all folks, to give him right of way, must drive into the ditch. Oh, whether ho is in u pen, with garbage heaps to chew, or in tho busy linnnts of mon, tho hog'* ,i hog all through! You see him fight ing for tho .slop amid tho barnyard £lootn ; you see iiini iu the barber shop, m public reading-room j you find him in the synagogue...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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SWIFT'S CREEK. THE PAYNE FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

swims mm. |FIIOM ODR ConuisaroKDENTj THE PAYNE FAUEWI5LL. Over foi'fy ^riendM of Hirry P"ytie ilieli at tho Club room on Monday ove tiittfr, to wish him good bye nnd nnl;o him 11 presentation, Mr M, i. Ironaid wns iu tho chair. He ^nicl they were nil curry lo he,-\r !.hfit. Mr piyr,B vfas leaving 'hem. Ho h made many friends and had reu | d"red mitiy service!) to them nil, which | I tb«v would never forget, Wj cilled oc 1-h?m to drink their uue^i'a health, which w»q done with musical ho,no>'s. Or. Huttoi;, J.P., said il) was a strj: ltiuj5 testimony to. Harry's popularity to see ao many presfui', He doubled whether any.of their lending politicians oould have intruded so many lib euch short notice. As a coach driver their guesb had been on the road for sixteen years, and such was h:,% euro and skill than daring Uio whole of that tiinn bo h>id never had an accident). To tlioso ivho knew tho road this was remark able. Ejis kindness and courtesy to all h" passengers was proverbial...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

U.y "Ambi'ossiiie;" Tho now sloovu, thu now collar, the new sash! Jt is oimply a question of picking and choosing. Kin- example, Ihuru is tho high girdle with filmy bertha. Such satisfies a .slender li^uiv and nu other. Tho same may he "akl of tho much draped skirt. l^Yom mr, as 1 write, is a very pr My ^o^ume in Uowered silk. li has a bertha uiii, a pretty freu frill, a high girdle, which tho stylo makes higher, mid a .kill with I'rre panmer sid \s, gathered to tho back a third down. Tin* elf« et is reminiscent. ol' iho .shepherde.-s -Ores den China. A beautiful dress is in yellow and white otamijie, beetle-wing like panniers, (lie least hit festooned. It goe.s with a rather large hat el niabue, and a parasol of not and mM: of v;hih> color scheme. A lovely gar den parly frock is of embroidered crepe and rose ehilfon. Kir.;!, lake the hnd ioo section -bolero-like 'iV? neck. T'io sleeve is 1,o rlhow, and neap shoulder is banded wil h ro>ea, t mhroidery be low. The edge of 11i&a...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AQUATIC CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

AQUATKJ (!,<\I!NIVAL [BY TJII HOEOX.] As a monna of showing tho gonoral public tho Bwimmi.iR abilities of the rnorr.bers of tho Omoo Swimming Oiiib, tho officials had boon considering; for somo timo llio adviaabilit.y of holding an aquatic carnival,bufcowiDg looihor ntbruutions being hold it had necessi tated a p .stponoment until ruthor Into in thoSeaaon. Tho function wna, how over, carriod out under ideal went liar conditiotis on Woduosdny afternoon. liy means of worltiiipr boeH hold under tho auspices of Uio Omoo-Young Miiu'b Olub a splendid swimming dam has been formed 011 tho Living sioiio Crock, wi.li a swimming lo»j>>h of nearly 100yds by GOyds. in width; and that olub must s-r-aliso that their efforts havo not bo»n in vain, for thoro iva? n crowd of nearly 200 of both aoxes present, and tho rvonis were vory evenly contested. Tatting into conaidoration that this was tho first nquntic carnival hold in Omoo, much credit is duo to (h.i handicap jnrs, as most of ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OVER DEVELOPMENT OF MUSCLES [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

OVEi- DEVELOPMENT OF ' fiiUSCLES. Iii :i1! systems of pliysiml training file only a.in aiul object is to maintain healuh. I cannot agree with «hw methods whose aim is to pile* up lumps of mu.seles on every part of tho body, a doctor oxplaius. An advertisement .-bowing a man with a bi(>'-ps like a kg of mutton on his arm is enough lo de termine mo to ltavo nothing to <lo with that system Tlio.se muscles arc ab , solutely u ^'Ii'ss unloss you want. to go on the music hall stago as a strong man, or wish lo convert yourself into a human carthorse. Tlie si rain put on tho heart in the process of acquir : ing those disfiguring hunk* ahont »h' body counteracts all tho go-.d that Iho cxerciYe might have clone. The im portant organs of tho body-the heart tho lungs, the livor, and tho kidneys derivo no benefit from abnormal musou lar development. Many traineroh.vo a good working knowledge of muscu lar development and bow to acquire »t, hut they know nothing about Ut ' h'-ari.. T...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAS IT SUICIDE? [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

WAS IT SUICIDE ?? P%unch : A man fa Gectoa# claims that \\U cockatoo haa' committal nuicido in extraordinary ctrcijmst^opo, quel vvhilo in a statu of unsound miud Up Lill rcoently our informaufc wan lu poisfibloi) of two cooUatooa, one of which was a heua'oo. The umio bird, who vvoa much ihu elder quite a pitmtch, in fuct, wilh toenails iiko a L'hiueao mundujin- ».yas t^tivipely fund of tho ionuU k'l'd,' or* henatoo. ond whui tbir liVttcr wan killed by an in vading terrior lha "old man" began lu droop nn4 wilt. Hitherto ho hid hum a pcr];y biid. ntu'l exrreimly loqiiauioUH; how ho Nviia moping", uUjmm, and 'nothing coijld t>u wot out ot' hiuj but 4* Ouela^'a tii-ctt \ l One'thy jjo w^b ditt;ovore<l nnl;iii{g a tfjj: UbcnUO tu h*iUii himc;»U ...uu own chain 'i his faded, unit tho next i-fiort was to drowa himself in hi* own oan of walor." ^yaiu I^ts (.(Forts v.v-ro ftiwtrafctd J b|il tho oijier mcrninjr ho \va«i f6uud dcud, hinging with his hcltd twisted through the wir...

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HIS WIFE'S CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

HIS v-HFE'S CHOICE. With an apologetic air ihe worrit, d iiiiui \vi»o had been gazing in (ho d.u.r a'or'.-; witi'Iows finally entered and asked in .».«.<» samples of wall papers. "About what prieu?" ask-d the eleik. '.Kighteenpenot! a roll," said ill'' inaa. "My wife won't pav any more." "Well," said \he assistant, taking . i .ua a roll, "here is something in hgJit colours that " ''Oil, no, that won't do. IM.v wife sa;»s tiio children «ot li^ht-coloured pa per soiled Loo quickly." "Hero is something in a darker .>hadn with " "That won't do nt ail. My wile wouldn't like tlial hecajiso it inak'?s t h> room too dark ." ..Hero is iv design in a mtdiuin "I'm afraid not," said tho man ri'f:iisly. "That has a small pattern, and my wrio says small patterns are al ways monotonous." "Then how about thisf" ?a:d Ui" ;isiMant wearily, with Ihe b:g roses in it and the " "L'm sure that wouldn't suit my wdV\" was the an.swer. "She thinks the room is too small for largo pat terns." ...

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VISIT TO THE PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

VISIT TO THE PLAINS, On Wednesday imiruiug (ho board paid u visit) to tbe Oineo Plums, pick in" up Cr. Braid at Hiunouiuhjio on the way out. They wore much struck with tho beauty and fertitity of the country they passed through, Going over to the little Plains in tbo one direction and to Murphy's v/nterhnle* iq i ho othor, They mu'lje keen iu? quiries as to Uie position of the (iihbo to Natiel road, where there is a t;ap of twelve miles belweeu the two rouds, and the chairman, hir Calder, 8alt] they wero'goinf/ to C6r ryong' in a"_ couple of months' titrip and woulc] ejfauiiaa phs voad for tiuwselvps, riding oyer id on horse back. The Board returned to Ouieo in time for lunch and then deputed fur Suunyside, by way of the Big River roid.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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SUBTLE CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

SUBTLE CRITICISM. Tlw >inall hoy stood in front (if tin' da'/./.ling light of the cheap theatre with « yellow'dog under liis arm. Kvidontly ho wanted to nut in, and tho sight- of a .well-dressed and apparently ]»r»»»p«*r ons man on tin? sl.ep:< gave him an id< a. "Aroyou the manager of tho show?'1 a>kod the hoy. it turned mil. that In had guo.sscd correctly, and tlit: lad continued: "f want to seo tho show. but. I haven't got tho money. I'll tell-you what I'll do. I'll give you this dig if vou'lf Jet nio in." The manager's heart inoltrd. He remembered that lie too had liven a ''You may go in," ho said, " hut \M VOV mind about giving mo tho dog. Take the dog along with you." Tho lad wont, in with tho yellow d<>fc under his coat. After the porfotni aneo tlio manager was still standing in front, and happened to see thu urchin come out. "Well, Konuv," ho rerrrtrkod, "how (lui y<m Mill l.lto sitmy?" "Oil, pretty well," hi? smM; "lint I...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE BOARD ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

TF1E BOARD ENTERTAINED. In tho ovonincj the m°nibnr-< t>f (hr* hoard worn entertained at dinner at tho Golden Age hotel by Cr I)r<ud, on hehalf of the president, Cr RicIcinK Therm way only a small party of councillors, ex-councillors mul oWcnr* present, unci tho smhsrijuunb proceed ings worn quite informal, ^ln responding to tho toisb of Wei-j cnniR to Our Gue*t« by 'tho chairman, Mr Colder said tho boird were our. fur woilc and avoiding functions, bocau8u they did not) wish tho idea to ho fostered that they desired to ho enter tained by council.-!; but this occasion wan exceptional, and in the evening when the work of the di*y wan over, ho tho members had pleasure in accepting the invitation extended 10 them. They iirici commenced their work in May la^r, year and selected for their husi :M!-a the inspection of what they con sidered t 1m* wor^t parts of rho nrdn muds of Gippstand. They hud then fciOnn to C ipo Or.wuy and B'^ch Forest, wlu-io nnny settlers ha...

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UNEXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

(uVKXl'KOTKI). Olio of I ho dignit iiru\s of the Church of Scotland wax a minister ot a remote jj.slj beforo ho leapt into fame, i>iit -was not c msid-Trd a particularly elo quent preacher. AC his suggestion exten-ive altera i Ullls Were made. in tho church, which ?had Um*< -Hoot of sweeping away con siderable routing accommodation. Oim day after ihe alterations luul been fllVo-.ed lie visited the church to see how it looked. ? "What do you think of the improve incuts, John?" lu> n»kud of the beadle. "Improvements." exclaimed John in disdain. "They're no improvements at a'. Wh/tnr are "eo goiV to put tho folk?*' "Oli." ; aid the ^minister, "we have abundance of room, John, considering the sixe. of tho congregation "That's a' very wool the noo," re torted 'the hoadlo, "but what will we do when we sot a popular minister?"

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RANCID BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

if""1 RANCID BUTTm Ilactcria of ccrtain doubtcdly tho most offe making butter rancid, l>ul,\ Im oaitscd by oxidation, (lin.T1 Lion of light and aii-. Any kind"" cleanliness in t.lio dairy will al onee fend to produce rnncidiLy in tliu pro duce. 'I'lii' Mho of impure water lor washing lip tlu; dairy utensils, tailor to wash the biillor in tin; grain .suffi ciently, tile uso of milk from flirty rows or milk which contains colostrum as yielded by froslily-oalvcd cows, all those causes liolp to make butter rancid. No doubt tlio coinuionest can.se of rancidity is failuro to wash siillicienfly the butter in tlio grain. Tho cuscitious mutter, or hnflennilk, if left in the butter in excessive quantities, will qui' iciy set tip cleooniposition anil impart a very strong llavour to the produce. It can easily Ims (lircov.M-.'d wmithcr tho wash in-; of butter he'll pivp/rly ji-'i - foiincd lit not; all that is necessary is lo press gently, hut (irmly, on a pice . of tin; butter with any broad...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPRAYING POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

SPRAYING POTATOES. Tho attention of potato powers is drawn to tho importance of spraying the crops with JJonhnux mixture as a protection against potato disease, [n wet seasons, spraying is of groat value, while even in dry seasons, although no disease may he apparent, tin' treatment is found to be henrliei.il, producing a longer period of growth and an in eivased yield. TJio crop should b' sprayed twice, and the lir.->t ."-praying should tako placo ay soon as there is a good development of haulm. About three weeks later, the treatment »hould bo repeated. The ordinary Bordeaux mixture, which has proved to bo very rflVetive, is mado as followsSulphate of copper, or "bluestoiH-," 121b; quick lime, Gib; water 1001b. In purohas'iig the ^sulphate of eop prr', it is necessary tiTget the material willi 98 per <*cnt. purity, and to havo a guarantee-to that effect. Substance* nllcred merely as "agricull u'rnl sulphate of copper" should be avoided.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (i'roin our Special Correspondent.) | , .. Wynne, like all progressive Ministers, ia encountering his full share of tho "stand pat" proclivities, tliat chai actoriio all permanent olii y0''* his endeavor to make the Pos tal U(j[)ui'Uuc-nt the useful institution it bo. Anything .that savors oi n el. nib out ot tlio rut oi Uio easy Nay of doing tinny* is liorceJy resented by tho oMemly. Tlio;- very naturally argue that they got nothing out of in creased business.' That good old mileb co'.v-tlio Statu-can bo relied upon to hud tiioi] salaries whether tho con Gem they are workiug lor ia a payable ouo or not; and as lor tlio public-Jio idea of consideration for that not al ways too amiablo entity is, from tlioir {standpoint, too ridiculaua for words. Therefore. when a Minister liko Air Wynne g»:ts chargo and wants to run a- Department on bus:ne.-rs liko linos, and l\\ tlio way that a private <mtw i''i,,,e out to seouro payable business, nud plenty of it would ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HARDIER INSECT PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

HARDIER INSECT PESTS. Something of a tjou^aiion lias been produced among Califoniimi fruitgrow ers by tlio suggestion of tho Principal of Entomology of tlio Washington Slato College, tliat possibly under continued spraying with' inseoticides, hardier strains of insect pests aro being pro duced, which aro bettor ablo to with stand tho effects of tl>o poisons. "In other words," said Professor fllolandor, in his address, "it is possible, from a biological standpoint, that wo aro breeding tlio resistant insects: If there is snoh a thing as this, it is a big, big thing in tho fruit, world. A fow years ago, wo wero cocksuro that sulphur-lime would kill red spider eggs, would kill eggs of iho green aphis, and yet I hitvu examined 1 don't know how many millions of red-spider eggs this year, and failed to find tliemdead after being sprayed with sulphur limo. The si'ino can bo said of the green aphis, in a good many localities. Whether it is a biological fact that soalo and other insects a...

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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. METHODS OF PROCEDURE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. METHODS OF PROCEDURE. The members of the Country Roads Board, Messrs Colder (chairman) M' Cormaok and Fricke, arrived in Omoo on Tuesday afternoon, travel ling from Bright by motor car. An informal meeting of t|10 Bhiro oiun oillorfl was gathered together under tho chairmanship of Or. Braid, who explained thab tho president, C r. Rickards, was unable to attend on account of his property being tlirnn tened by bush fires. Hp said they were pleasod to have tho presence of tho board, in order that they might understand tho procedure Iho hoard would tako when tho main roads were handed over to them, Mr Oaldor said tho general procedure of the board with tho object of ascer taining what) should be classified main roads was not confined to national roods, bub also to developmental roads which would assist testier:! t,o get their prodtico to marlu-h or induce further settlement. The board hid already agreed to tako over theTamho Volley road as tho result of t(i&...

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TEACHING VEATNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

TEACHING VEATNESS. 1 hero is no mother who doc& not want her children to bo neat and ord erly, but many mothers do not realise, or do not think, how early tho child ren can receive their first training along' theso lines. Children aro so decidedly creatures of habit that a little help and encouragement on tho moth er's part, n littlo patience and a little of her busy time now, will save her any amount of troublo later. , Baby, when fifteen months old, understood perfectly tho expressions "Pick it up," "Put it back," "Lot's put your toys awav," and willingly did any of these things. Children 'love to bo doing something, and aro just as pleased to carry a thing back where it came from as to tako it in tho first place. Wo read occasionally of some intel lectual prodigy that learns at an am azingly. early ago to perform wonders in poetry, mnthomntios, ctc., but a habit of orderliness is far moro Import ant to the nverifgo human being. Baby is no prodigy at all, just an ordinary ...

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OMEO PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

OME'J PLAJiNS [FROM ouit <JOIIUI;SPONDENT.] Tlio fallowing story, which reaches us throng!) tlio Adolaide Daily Herald, will prove of interest to residents of tho plains. Mr Canny is wellfenown in the district', also his wifo who is the proprietress of the Benambra hotel. " What might have been n disastrous f itulity on tho Eist-West railway this afternoon was fortunately uvoided by ihi pre.snncj. o£ raiud o£ a railway t'llicial. '1 lie material train returning from 'he construction cmnp at tbe head of the line plunged into a thick dust-storm some thirty miles from Port Augu9t»! The engine was at the rear of the train, the foremost truck being occupied by workmen, visitors, mid the guard, Daniel CRuny. As the train approached the 17-mile sidling about fi/o o'clock, those on the front truck were horrified to notice that the five mon who were engaged on looking after tbe stretch of line were pushiug a trolly along tbe rails againso tbo wind. They were ob livious of the daub...

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FAINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 24 February 1914

FAINTING. Tfiere nro a great' many causes of fainting, but tho main basis of it is a KL'jit'ial feebleness of tho blood. In sumo eases thoro is a constitutional tendency to it, and curiously' enough, this ia frequently dono away with by a familiarity with scenes that other times would produce tlio most violent faintness. Young mcdical students, just beginning their career, lmvo boon known to bo ovoroowo by tho scones ol tho dissecting-room, who in aftor life became very famous, and so to speak, callous surgeons. Many young sol diers, who in very-, many cases, had hardly left their mother's apron striugi when thijy enlisted, and who had faint ing tits at sight (jvon of an animal being tortured, havo early learned to viow all tlio horrors of a disastrous buttle-Cold without tho ordinary coinpunotiona of tho faint-hearted, Other causes of tlio tendency to faint ness are indigestion, and ail ovor-weun ing sympathy, and a caso of fainting itsolf, when ocouring among tho vory sympathetic,...

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