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AMERICAN AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

AMERICAN AGRICULTURE. Aii American export says of Agri culture i" tlio United States-"There is good authority for the assertion that the farmer could take from' the same area of ground in four years gram crops as much as seven years now give him. leaving the products of the other three years "'lieu the land rested from grain, as a clear profit duo to better methods. Me can do far more than that by joining live-stock raising with grain raising. Nature has I,rov,c'°d cattle to go with t,ho Jand. . . What our people have to do is to cover less ground, cultivate smaller larms so as to mako tho most of them, instead oJ gettiug a scant and uncertain yield Irom several hundred acrcs."

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"BILL SIKES," COURTIER. POLITE PILFERERS AND CHIVALROUS CRIB CRACKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

"BILL SIKES," COURTIER. POLITE PILFERERS AND CHIVAL ROUS CRIB CRACKERS. That the modern burglar is by no means the uncouth, ill-mannered type of person that Dickens pictured Bill Sikes to be is evidenced by the ex traordinary nets of politeness that some criminals perform in the course of their nefarious vrork. A gentleman whose pocket was picked of a purse containing money and two railway tickets in Black pool not long ago was astonished a few days afterwards to rcceive the purse and the railway tickets back by post. Inside the packet con taining them was a note to the ef fect that the writer only required the money that had been in the purse, and advising the owner of the latter article to be more careful of his valuables in future. Some -burglars who stole several hundreds of pounds' worth of jewel lery from a jeweller's shop, situated in a large country town, left behind them n sixpenny-piece, and » note which ran as follqws '"We are Eorry we had to damage your window jn petting...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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JOHNNIE'S JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

.JOHNNIE'S JOKE. Toole's was a brand of humour that went uub with the pun autl tho practi cal joke. The things tho comedian and his friends did oil tho til,age, as a matter of course and "io raise si laugh," would lo-day bring them within tho oltuehes of tho law on many occasions. The pun was leys devastating a a rule. Sims Keeves told tho story in his ramhuBccncca how ho was playing tho . u t. of Tom Tug in company with h is friend Toole, who was also a member of tho cast. In the "Waterman," he explains, a word or two of a gag was held permissible,* and, partly to uiimso tho audionce, partly to astonish his fel low "hctor, Reeves, in a certain scene, in reply to Toole's'riucstion, "What's tho meaning of alJ this?" replied, "The meaning of it is that you'vo been mado a tool of, and I/iji a happy fellow." "Johtinio looked eery much, surpris ed," Reeves relates, uand as a popu lar comedian does not, if ho can help it, allow himself to bu scored oil!, ho, after a moment's reflection - ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CRADLED IN ICE. A STRANGE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

/ CRADLED Ift ICE. 11 ,r. . 2C STRANGE EXPERIENCE. 'A very remarkable iceberg experi ence indeed was that which befell the stoamnhip Whitclaw a year or two ago. On the third day out from Belfast for New Brunswick she broke her propaller-sboJt. Tho scrow drop pod off, awl she was loft hopelessly tossing to the long swing of the At lantic. Fog came down, nnd, shrouded in dense white mist, the Whitclaw drifted for five more days. Then came wind, hut still the fog hung close. On the morning of the sixth day from the accident the pal lid outline of a giant iceberg loomed above the ship. Before boats could be got out there was a grinding heave, and tho ship was suddenly steady. She had gone hard aground on an underwater projection of the ice mass. The waves were breaking so violent ly on tha berg that launching a boat was impossible. Thero was no thing to do but wait. Every mo ment the crew expected a mass oi ice to break, and fall upon them, or the whole berg to turn turtle ; but nothing...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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FARM [?]ES [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

FARfel JylXEfi. Tito better'our f;irmimethods, the less we are dvpcmh-nl. upon weather <'(/>!'I ii idfi.-'. The drauglii, hor.s: judge Usually looks for size and sub tance. and lltc.sc lire Hot at Ulu expense oi' quality. .A day's work for tho gelding is often a day and a ha/i lor tins marc suckling a loal. She shi.llal nui, hi? uvt'i ii. an. (1 or fatigued, III'* farm separator .should nut. 'i<. nogh'ellm! . It , ake. work It) k< op i< clean. hut lor t.'m sake ol' the product it inns; ho k< })t c l- an. Tho la rmer who goes out of his way a, jew .stops 10 jtn. ().? fondle his slock never iia.s lo xioji out of )iis way to slop ;«11\, i)i tin in i'n.iu striking, klok i11. »»r Kiting him. .Many farmer.-, could well afford to sell the high pried geldings and (ill Ui;,!r places w.ih big, sound brood inarms. Theso mare.-, will do the work and raise colts as well. rroii'ssor Kirc-luii'f estimates that feuding valw of skim milk acco...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

HOW TO £REYKNT AOID SfOMAOHS AND FOOD FERMENTATION BY A STOMACH SPECIALIST. As ft specialise who lias spent many years in the study and treatment of stomach troubles, I have been forced to tho conclusion til a b uioBt people who complain of Btomaoh trouble possesa atomuchs that ore absolutely boaltby ar,d normal, T'ie rCBl trouble, t]mt w|utih causes' all' the pain ' and di(|iculty, is acid in thie stomaoh, usually due to, or aggravated by, food fermentation. Acid irrites tho' deli pate linine; of tlio stomach t>n{| food fermentation causes wind, which dis tends the stomach abnormally, causing that full bloated feeling. Thus both Bpid and feunentation juterfero with jih'cj retard the process' of di'fjestioo. tf|ie stotuach ja usually healthy and Dpruial, bt|t irrigated almost past endu rance by these foreign elements-noid and wind. In ull such cases-and they C0inpri60 over 90 per cen>\ of all stomach difficulties-the Gret and only step necessary is to neutraliso the ncid Bpcj ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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TOMATO GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

I TOMATO GROWING. The increasing demand for this inn? dunm.-; tho hist, jVw years has brought tomato .growing MI largely in pr>mi ? neuce that their Milture has mnv do | veloped into a hir^e and JJJJpoi-i jijm:- r om I morcial industry. Si> keen is tho <h> j mam! for this fruit that there is sraice !y a pardon where the tomato is not planted.. ami there are ccrui"j]y hii' few countries where the climat'e con dition:; niv more favorable to their growth and development-. jn otir gonial climate, the iomaio u-ijj grow luxuriantly in almost any ^<ii] or situ ation. with" little or no eultivaiion ; hut to obtain the hcsl possible results, i\? w pl;i»t.s require nmre.aUenl-ion. Under good cultivation. it i-; surprising the amount of fruit '.hat a limited number of plants will produc*. V'a rieties, of course. differ in productiveness in to , maloes as in oiher plants. i In recent year.1;, cli^oasi* has unfortu nately attacked plants in various places This dise...

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CASSILIS G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

OA SSI LIS G.M. CO. Age: With the aid of a Government loan of £4000, the directors of the Cassilis company are pushing on deve lopment) work, The policy of the board embraces sinking ihe main shaft, Bnd the extension of No. 5 level to a point oppoate the Ceresa lode, whero a croBBCut will be put in to cue tho lode 100 feet deeper than tho lowest level viz., 400 feet. The stone going under foot in this level was of Rood value. |t> is pointed out by the directors chat the Government I1 does not contribute ' towards surface and hauling expenses, and only advances half of tho actual cost of driving and sinking." While working with full power, the limited output from the bottom levels has not paid these expenses. (Tho 1027 tons .of ore milled during the half year ended 3rd February averaged GJ'lwt poll] per ton,. tho proceeds being £2QC0.) Owing to 'he cqntinued drought, tho company's "power " has failed since Prcenihar last, but the manager has kept l$lo. 5i level going py hand labor...

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COWS AND WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

COWS AND WATER. It is to eradicate tlm idea thai tin. quantity awl quality of milk will ho influenced hv causing cows to drink water in c.vos. In-the Jour nal ot the British .Hoard of Agriculture' it is pointed out thai, in reviewing tile liienuure which has appeared during (lie last tv.'»*!ve years or .sw on I In* effect ot watery loud mi llie production of quality oi nidi;, one is confronted with many puzzling and conflicting state ments, <f(jtrlii.Jess da- to ( e. difficulty ol elementary factors other tit in those the influence of which it is desired to ascertain. [n the agricultural section : i tho .Bi-iiish Assoc.atioji at Dundee last year a paper hv two of the 'Edin burgh College lecturers gave an account oi experiments extending over three year.- conducted partly to test the effect of a ration consist in- largely of roots oil the vielcl and composition of milk. Taking the '(.suit of the throe experi ments together, it was concluded that a ration containing a large...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO PLAINS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

OME'J P.LAJHS [FnOM OUIt COIIRESPONDKNT,] Mr Akeroytl, the diatrict inspector, visited the Beiinmbrn and Hinnomun pie state schools last week and reported very favorably on tho work being done nt both schools. Two accidents have oocurred near the township during the past week, Mr J. West1, sonr., was proceeding homeward after dark ori Mrindny evc niris, when the wheel of his cart.*struck a tree-guard and Mr. West was thrown out on to the road, sustaining a frac tured rib. Mrs Starkry attended to the injury and tho suftirer i8 now pro pressing favorably. Tho sccond nocidonb happened to Mr Chap. Boucher. While working at tho now eaio yards his adzn slipped and gashed his anklo to the bone. The cut was deep, but is nob regarded as serious, though Mr Boucher lost a good deal of blood before tho wound could bo attended to. Tho dense smoke which at present obsouros all the surroundings within a balf-milo radius of tho township ia probably responsible for tho ficb that on Wednesday afterno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

A lapepi iMMff. OFFICES writes SMs klter. ~ Rffr. Charles Rock, of 42 Gladen-st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years has filled an important position in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes this letter, which other officials can confirm, to This Is a Document of special Interest to all railway and tramway men. 42 Bladen Street, East Brunswick, 2/4/12. ©BaEERflEWY© IfOWIO hTD.. "it was tho oncl of Dooomber, 1011, that I oaught ooltl and was lain up with iilourlsy, which booamo vory sarious. Tho doctor thought It tutvlaablo to consult with anothor physician rogardlng my Illness. For throo days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DECREES. ? MY LIFE WAS DE8PAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUCII TAKING THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AH III THE LAND OF THE LIVING TO-DAY. Ho advleocl my ivlfa to get CLEMENTS TONIC FOR ME. ' THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' I am oonvlriood that whon ho said, 'Lifo In Clomonte Tonlo,' thoy woro THE TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I am suro that I would havo boon In my Inst re...

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THE OPEN-AIR BREAKFAST. WHY NOT USE THE GARDEN? [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

THE OPEN-AIR BREAKFAST. .WHY NOT USE TJ-IE GAKDUNP . Most, people who havo travelled nbrmul treasure a recollect ion of meals onioycd out ol' doors. * Tho dinner on n shndy terrace, (ho refreshment ami tho band in a garden, tho cup of ooffeo on thu boulovard linger pleasantly in their nfioinory as a complete chango from homo habits. Tho Knglinh climate is usually believ <.<1, (romarks a London paper) to ho tho chief obstacle that, stands in tho wa.V of- any general addition of the Conti nental open-air meal, though tho true reason is more likely to bo found in a Hiitish disinclination for new paths. There arc, of com so, some whoso a I fresco meal, to bo attractive, must be taken in public, v.-i'h 6 certain amount of ccromony, and possibly at tvrisidor ablo expanse J '<r one oVi Mjwo therearo at. iea^t a hundred who <.1111 appreciate tho churnis of privacj and simplicity. Knr theso hist, pro vided they possess a garden, tho ques tion prese...

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LATE SUPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

LATE SUPPERS. Laio suppers are a common eausu oi insomnia, especially that form ol it in which people fall into u heavy siei.p, only to wake with a slurfc an hour or so iatcr. Digestion comes almost to a dead stop during sleep, so that suf ficient time should bo allowed for the last meal to be disposed of before the hour of retiring. This iuterval should be two hours at least, which often moans that half past eight is, as a rufo, lato enough for.the evening meal. in any case, the lood which is tald n then ought to bo oi: light naturo, and not include pork, cold uicat> or any other artick-- of diet which is slow of digestion.. -

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MONEY-MAKING BY PATENTS. SOME NEW INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

1.10NEY-MAKING BY PATENTS, S()J110 NKW ?JNViiNVlON.S. A plough nf ;m ingenious d« scrip lion is junior driven, and has shares which vibrate, Tho patentee in Ku rope wishes to iincl a lieencee in A us M-alia. Ho (M. U A. Hubert. u Thryes, Aubii, Franco), considers .. th'j invention valuable tor this country, and has authorised Messrs. G. (). Turri A* (Jo. to ascertain what usn of the invention is desired by any one in (ho CutmnomwalUi. Tirr* piiU-nt is No. .1^780 of JDOtt, and any person interested may obtain IHither particu lars from the firm of (J. G. Turri & Co., of t.lio Rialto, .!*.)!) Collins street, Melbourne, bv whom correspondence is invited. Who can produce a useful invention in one or other of the following direc tions, ami however simple, saleable when patented? Theso are ideos that appeal to tho respective. inventory mcu A burner for weeds, and to cut grass away to make tracks.-A. N. and J. if. Mellor, Smith Australia. Another wire strainer - IT. V. JTnmfrey, New...

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MARKETS AND SALES. THE WOOL MARKET. Tuesday, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

MARKETS AJND. SALES -T-:--T: -r_ THE WOOL MARKEV. Tueedoy, February 24. Nkw Zrai-.VND LOAN CO. report: On tho sales being resumed in tho local market on Tuesday, wo brought forwiud a catalogue o! somo 1070 bales. fa'ouio good ecourodMverq included', bijt U]b eoleotion . do rt' \y|io)o a ihitaellancous'ono, boing latgely comprised of ro-claeeeil wools and oddments, 'Tjioro was a good altonc|anco pf tho trade, Qqify* petition 'from ull sections lielug Ueeh and I p:icea generally for good wools from par to 5 par cunt, dearer than at the closo of tho regular bulling reason. Tho dato of next series Ins not yet hsen fixed, but probably sales will bo held in five or six weoU's time. \Vcdu03day, February 22j, Ai'riTKAMAN Kst.vtks CO. hold their"*!^ salo of iho current eorioa on Wednesday, whon they submitted a caUloguo of 113 bales, consisting nninly of pissed'in and ro-otassod wools, several small Ute shorn lots from Gippaland and tho scoured portion of a larjo cbp from Queensland, Followi...

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THE GIBBO ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

THE GIBBO ROAD. Tho fo'loiviaq letter appeared in the., Argus-.-Kindly allow us bo draqr 'dtention to ihu cruel way dwellers >md travellers aro treated bore in tho niount'une. Corryong to Ouieo, 100 miles, contains' 12 ruiloa of uncut road in I in* very heart of the mountains, 'iiid midway between tho two places thin impusfp lii's. Promises are all we Imvo lowatds completing this lonf,-lefo wiin'. We think tho time ripn to have this riiabtei' brought bifuro ibB Watb Mir|istry, ns wo understand they arp ilciirinia of giving emintry districts thi'ir just rishls. Wo trqsb that) mining development^, or road boards^ or soijiu other body will cowo (flopjj uid nmrt operations nb onco. We may uluo mention lint tho nncut portion lies within tho boundaries of tho Omeo Shire, tho Towong Shire having completed their portion, and, to their credit, keep tho road in good order for horse traffio. From Omoo to Corryong by wheel means a trip by Tnilangatba, ant} on|v ti'tIcesJ two days longbr( qo'...

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COLLISION IN THE YARRA. PASSENGERS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

COLLISION IN THE YARRA. PASSENGERS INJURED. Tlio simmers Bombaln nnd Coogeo collided in tbo Yarni yesterday after noon. The Coor,eo, whioh has had a lotif,' run of misfortune, hud her docks considerably damaged, nnd Bcveral of cho passengers 011 board wero slightly injured, whilo others hud aomo won tleiful pdcupop. Tho ISombala was uninjured nud proceeded on hor way to SydneJ. . .

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. MEAT FOR THE PEOPLE. MELBOURNE STRIKESETTLED. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FUOM ouit OOHIIEHPONDENTJ, MEAT FOR THE PEOPLE. MELBOURNE STRTItE SETTLED. RIEHIOVIINE. TUUIISDA?, Tlib wngea trouble in tlio Melbonmo menu ltrRdo litis biien BoHled, both innatera mid men bnvint; adopted tha ngroement mndo nti Mondny'a confe rence. Tho Sydney Bbriko still ooh tinuua.

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THE DEPORTED AGITATORS. ARRIVAL IN LONDON. INDEMNITY BILL PASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

THE DEPORTED AGITATORS. AIlIlIVAL'lN LONDON. INDEMNITY BILL PASSED. Tho nino man who were deported from South Africa on account) of their connection with the recent) atriko have arrived iu Loudon. Ac first) they refused to leave tho steamer, saying that they intended to insist) upon their being taken back to South Africa, hut they wero eventually, after several hours parleying, persuaded to go inborn by tbo labor leaders who had ione to the steamer to meet) them. Tho men lookrd tired and worn ou^ nml expressed ihc-ir pleasure at) beiDg on land afiain. The S. A. Union House of Assembly, after an all night) sitting, agreed to the Iudemuity Bill by a larne mnjority.

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THE AUSTRALIAN FLEET. ARRIVAL AT PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 February 1914

TIIE AUSTRALIAN FLEET. ARRIVAL AT PORT PHILLIP. The vessels of tho Australian flueb arrived at Port Phillip yenterdny after noon, atid presented a lino siphb aa 'hey steumed np tho bay ia line. There was no difficulty in (jetting iho Australia through tho Heads. The flt*l) will remiiiu lioro for A few days and bo open to tho public for inspec tion.

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