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LATEST TELEGRAMS. THE ESCAPED CONVICT. DISCHARGE OF O'NEILL. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS* [FltOM OUU CoimiiSPONDRNTj, TIL I! ESCAPED CONVICT,' DISCHARGE OF O'NEILL. MELBOURNE. MONDAY. Edvv,ird O'Neill, who waa nllegrd to lit" John fli-nry Sparka who caonped from KHOI t.wnlvn yoara ago, wan hrnuglib ht-fiirc tho City Court) on' Silurdny. AstnMinpnt waa randn by the de nc'ivps thao n mistake had hcen in <do in I ho man and the ncouaed waa discharged, being allowed ois'a to re turn to i.ho pUo'o whoro ho had boon arrested.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. pHESiiypEiijAN Oinruoii-Friday, January 9 J lainbo UiQisiug 7 fcjunday, Januaiy U: Etmj li, Hwift'a Orecl? 2 30, Umeu 7 30,>tyov. F. G. ^urijnV.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE PARLIAMENT. RE-ELECTION OF MINISTRY OPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

STATE PARLIAMENT. RE-ELECTION OF MINISTRY OPPOSED. The re election of the new Ministers rif the stiue purlimnpnf, Messrs Watt, Huichin.-on, Mickirirnli and L'twson will he'opposed auj a keen fight) is expected.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BATHING FATALITIES. DRAMATIC CIRCUMSTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

BATHING FATALITIES. DRAMATIC CIRCUMSTANCES. Mi-H Muriftl M«y Hunter nnd Wil h un SiMbrimlc, hnth raiding at lilitl* vfMi wmhi drowned in tho ocean off P-itnt L»rwln'o ur< mid-day on Satur rI -v. mult" clrartiulip circutrv<fiancfl0. Th<'i*i'i whs hulling with her af {\. o*'t! hii«ih*nd «ud i»oh into difficoU . u' ., \V i11«im -uid Tom S"<ibrook, his h.'int» f-x})»Tt BwnnmpfM, went fa «!im hut. both had such an MXi'itmtf t uyglfl with fho rough eeas r h * * Wiih.tn w m *»ni>ulphcd by the \v«v»<a nnd drowned. The body ..f . \livi Hun't-r wna subsequently 4«linrft h«r. Sfttbrook'a body no<- yet. been recovered, Atpiih^r drowoincj c*ro was that of \1>- EW>n D-iiy, aged 33, ab Elwood U'«ch on Nundaj\ She waa learning to -wiin »n»d collapsed within thirty y«r«N .if th" Hhorp, Her husband waa h«ihing with her «ud waa carrying her to Uud when she died in his arms,

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE WIRE NETTING ACT [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

THIS WIKK NETTING ACT Aye : A little measure which slip? ped through both the Sjtate Houses of Pnliameub, m-4cing pQ pqiae ip its passage, h»8 become lawr. It is the Wire Netting Act of 1913, It does an ant. of tardy justice tp lapd owporn vvhp have been pijt tq li'ssea tbroiigb 'lieir propertiea adjoining vermin: infested Oown land1', Tho Drown, iu a gru-lgiui; uwnuer, haB always re> c ^n z c{ the hardship of private oiyiiH'S being farced to suppresa verr tuiii whilw ihe Qrown' acknowledge pq »ucli responsibility, IJi1 berto this waa admitted ID a way liy ibe government supplying wire ueuiiig to auch land iiwiiitm »t 80 per oent, of it* o ibN In l>i> i lie Cro*ndid not assume its full share of the joint) duty. It con tributed 20 per cent, tf the C'iy, of the wire petting, ? ^]b« amen tlini! Act', which htm now- beoame law", ..nacts ihttO the Government will con: t-'ibuui half the cost of1 fbe.netting. Tim pfivefe lane} qyynep |ias still tg erecti ilie'Vepces at I)is ow'f) ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTERSTATE CRICKET. WIN FOR CORNSTALKS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET. WIN FOR CORNSTALKS. Nmv S mib W»lea has beaten Vic toria in the intpr-9tate cricfceo match, by un innin»a and 5!) run0, yictoria BCOri'd lOU in I he first innidgq and jn the second Burini; played a great inr.iups for 123. Carrol,and Matthews did foirly well, hub uoue of the others reached double fisutvi<. A stuteujenD has been made from an authoritative source that the Mary leboue Club will not send mi English eleven to Australia a& the end of 1915 if the friction which exists in cricket circles of Australia is not ended.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

Xmas Season, 1913. DAVID BAKCNS, Merchant, Day Street, Omeo. Telephone No. 8 Has a Carefully Selected Stock of BEST QUALITY CUTLERY,'. ELECTROPLATE, ETC.3 To Select Useful Christmas Presents From. ~ - DAVID EA&INS - Auctioneers' Notices. j fi. (MGARTHUR &, CO., Oattle Salesmen, Stook and Station,General Agents, BAIKNSDALE, GIPPSLANP ; AUCTION SALkS conducted io any ' of Gippaland , and at Omeo District when eqaired* Lotto and TelegramB quiokly answered Auotloneer for the Firm A. N. MACARTHDR, . Who Oouducta all Auction Sales and SaperinfcendannBuainessof theFirm» j District Representative: H. M'MlLLAN, SWIFT'S CREEK M. DAYINB, B.A. L.L.B. BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR. .WARRAGTJL. -.'"'.V * c formerly of Oraeo.) W. H. COOMBES, j Qoachbuilder and "Wheelwright. E N S A Y . j A^L'; KINDS-OF VEHICLES MADE ON THE PRKMISES. Vehicles Bought and Exchanged. _ Estimates given for all classes of Dwellings. . Sideboards, Drsssebs, Safes, Tanks Wade on the Premises. Address- Nkau ESSAY...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A SHETTLER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

A SETTLER. A good story is related of a certain Parliamentary candidate known as a   clever speaker and very effective in   dealing with a hostile audience. On one occasion, when he had to address a meeting in his constituency, he had no sooner risen and said "Gentlemen," when someone threw an egg at him. Quite unperturbed, he turned to the offender and said-"I was not speaking to you ,sir !" After that he hold his audience.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO SILVER FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 January 1914

OMEO SILVER FIELD details, of the investigation of the j|m, Omeo district by the :y*fct'&rY>i Tl7V^T$in>1o and Oil Company 'woriv.plijyed before*< shareholders at an (;x^rAi»r'flftw*y i'nufWiiii* held recently, IlHll^hfvi>/ submitted a report oiff^v^lp^'ty^ in which he stated ttinfch?r'tf*> could not recommend that the option should be exercised, since on opening up the country was found to be much disturbed. As the tunnels were advanced on different veins, the ore either cut out altogether or pinc- hed into very small im.»kr«. In the circumstances he could not recommend the exercising of the option at the figure fixed, Mr F. B. Powell, who presided at the meeting, stated that he had secured an extension of the option until the end of January, and he would have a further look at the property in the meantime, and see if he considered it justified further work   being carried out. In any case, he said they wou...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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SOILAGE VERSUS SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

SOILAGE VERSUS SILAGE. In beginning this article it may as well bo admitted that my experience lies with tho first named only, but I havo had the benefit oi' the experi ence of successful dairymen living near, whos«> methods ami results havo been ireeiy given in conversation. Bo it also understood that Z Am not argu ing against the building of' silos and their success as aids in tho production of cream and butter. 1 am simply pointing out another road that loads to the same or even better results, namely, the soilago system. In considering tho production of green feeds for dairy cows there is one i;bjiction that is almost always raued. that is, the amount of labor required. To this I reply that nothing can be accomplished without work, and that the amount of extra labor is not so great, if roghtlv manage d, as 1 shall show. The great- advantage of soil age is that it is tho poor man's friend and that but little capital will be needed to carry it on successtudv. The winter months ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DID HE JUMP? [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

DID HE JUMP? Mr. Rumpus, in his "London Chur ches," tells a tale of Sir Henry Smart as organist at St Luke's, 01(1 Street. Ono of the churchwardens came up into the organ loft and hepped to in torm Mr. Smart thnt they had de cided that they oould not have Mich jiggv stulT played iu their church. "Very well, sir." was the an&wer, "it shall he altered." iv'ext Sunday dirge-like sounds proceeded from th«* organ, and the warden forthwith con gratulated the player on tho soletnn and elevating efioct of tho music. "1 am glad you liked it." answered Smart; "doubtless if I piav it a little quicker you will see. the reason why it affected you," and suiting the action to the word, he forthwith pealed out tho then popular strains of ".Jump, .Jim Crow." After this, says Mr. Rumpus, Smart played what ho liked. What made the coal scuttle?-It Raw a lemnn-<lrop. .

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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SATAN'S KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

SATAN'S KINGDOM. Stands Scotland where it did ? U would scorn not if a statement in n recent isMio of the United Free Church is truo* or anvth;ng near the truth. Mr U..M. Uaniet, a layman, of Kirk caldy, is represented as saying: ''The population (of the di>trict about Kirk caldy) is seriously outgrow ng church organisation. The kingdom of satan is growing by leaps, and bounds. The deities there' are whippet, football, drink, and the devil. A large pro portion of the population are as com-' nletelv "heathen ft* the savages of dar kest Africa. A griat many have no regard for God and man. That is due, very largely, to the vagrant pop ulation, half Irish and halt Scotch, which is about the worst combination in the world. Other authorities, it should, however be btatcd, take n loss serious view.

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A TERRIBIE SUITOR CHAPTER XXVI. A GREAT JOY AND TRUIMPH [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

A TERRIBIE SUITOR (By Mrs. Harriett Lewis, Author of "Kound.Guilty," "TUo Double Lite," etc.) CHAPTER XXVI. A GREAT JOY AND TKIU.Ml'lL. JKiariv oil tne morning i>uo:>uiueut to her interview witu Thirwall inihe gar den, llda had iuformed Sir Allyn tnat tiio marriage was to be hastened. Having broken thy news to him as gently as possible, she had summoned Airs. Amry to an interview. Her consternation may be ;ui;igiued when she was informed that the Strang.' seamstress had disappeared on the pre vious night. "Gone, and without knowing that the marriage is to tuko place in a week," she exclaimed, her brave heart sinking at last. "She has failed me! It ontv remains to do what i can lor myself 1" She ordered the carriage and drove immediately to Breutholm House, but her also disappointment awaited her. ggio Rupton knew nothing of tnu whereabouts of her lather, except that ho had been a few months b.iore in London, where his associations had nog been altogether reputable. With this m...

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WORKING CLAY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

WORKING CLAY LAND. There is a considerablo area of heavy day Julie! in tliu "terraces bordering tho alluvial Hats and in rolling country, which grows moro tiian average crops when properly managed,, but requires experienced handling. Wliou ploughed tho least bit too wet they pack, and tho bad effect is not got rid of for several years. They get into a very retentive state, and lio cold and un responsive for a considerable part of tho year. They generally lack hu mus or vegetable matter,', and aro therefore difficult to get into good physical condition, and aro ouly main tamed ill that condition by special treatment.^ It is generally conten ded that it iy no uso tile-draining such ground, and that it would not respond to such expenditure; but it bus been proved conclusively that suoh is not tho case. Tito drpinago is ex nonsiye,. and tli.o ..outlaid u not repaid in one year or in'two.* Grain craps and root crops, aro, howevor, improv ed to tho extent of 20 per cent; to 30 per cent, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

IMfRttHOLD MjSy® ? L'\J LEASEHOLD I i i ft J 1 isff 1M asM r 67 QUEEN ST 2AEI/B0URN& AGENT, MELBOURNE STEAMSHIP COMPANY. CARRIER & SHIPPING AGENT, STORAGE FOE PRODUCE, FURNITURE, ETC. x-» r HOUSEHOLD /"m ,-b Lo.ai en^l Loal Wattle Bark purchased iu any quantities. Telephone, 120$. 47 MOOKABOOL STREET, GEELONG SCHREC&'S POULTICE SCHRECK'S POULTICE CAN CURE TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI9 ONED (SORES. ABSCESSES, BOILS, CARBUNCL S, JAE WHITLOW. SPRAIN , BURNS AND BAD LEGS AU Chemists 1/fi and B/e CUMBERLAND RJOAO, PASCOE VALE (NEAR COB0RG.) J.IQH-CLASS SWEDISH SEPJEi TORS ftviilflblo at prise# ?KfTFFKTO CNENO'.TN Our introduction of the NEW MODEL "VEGA" Has dealt a death-blow *<0 the Exorbitant Prices charged by oui Competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE! The New Model "VEGA" it -onghly and ohoaply constructed up»p ..tor. It has no superior in quality, end 3rice there's nothing to approach it. WE ASK *11 intending buyoni verify thene dtotwmenta, *nd Ml SAVE MONKY which...

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AYRSHIRE CATTLE. POINTS AND CHARACTERISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

AYRSHIRE CATTLE. POINTS AND CHARACTERIS TICS. Although tho Ayrshire is 0110 of tho most distinctive of breods, being not ably different in color, size, horns, and milk yield from tho class of oattlo com mon nil over tho surrounding country, tlioro is wonderfully littlo reliable in fornmtion as to its origin. oao Tho breed now known ns tho Ayr shire wont by tho nnmo of tho Dun lop cattle ut tho end of tho 18th cou tury. They soem to liavo been quito nuineroiiB and woll known for a con siderable distance from tho larish of Dunlop, iu tho diBtriot of Cunning ham, m North Ayrshire. Tlioy were later roforred to as tho Cirtmingham oreed, and tho jiamo Ayrshiro was pro bably applied to them oarly in tho 19th century. A vory old report reads:-"Tliej broed is short in tho leg, finely slmpud * in tho head and neck, with small liorns, not wido, but- tapering to the point. They aro neither so, thin coat ed as tlio Dutch, nor so thick and rough hided as tho Lancashire oattlo, They usually weigh ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

Spread and Broke Into Sores, Very Irritating and Burning. Kept Awake. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Eczema Left. Olylmera, Via ICrmi>s»y. >;. s. W. " About January I licwm to li,i attested by ft rash wlik-li cproad unit brake out, into huhm ns lurgo as a shilling, allhouKh somo WITH smaller III «izo. It alYeclcd mo on my foot and head and also at- tho joints, and was very Irritating and burning at night especially; und usud to keep mo awake. ' .. I tried various remedies but without Hiving m« any relief. Then after about six months of suffering I boughb some Cuticura Soap, and lining it nloitit whit Cuticura Ointment, tho cczcmn, ius I bollcvo it was, completely loft mo, and I consider tho Cuti cura Remedies effected tho cure in my case. " [ Itavo mot Bovoral ladies well known In tho medleal and nursing profession who aro all Joud in pruiso of Cuticura .Soap and Ointment, and overywhero I havo beT myself-I am a canvasser-I hear their praises. (Signed) L, X'lerpont, October,...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Thu proper way to wash a knitted coat is as follows:-JIako a good lat ther and dip tlio coat up niul down in it till all the dirt is extracted. Then rinse it in warm water (taking oaro not to wring the coat at all) and put it into a pillow-slip. I'm this on to a clothes-lino on a dry, windy day, and when tho oaat is nearly dry tako it ouS and putv it on a coat hanger to finish drying. If you stuff a few newspapers in the sleeves they will hang bettor. Coloured cotton drosses show signs in timo of frequent visits to tlio wash tub, and yet, apart from their loss of color, aro still quite wearablo. The best plan then is to bleach them. It may be accomplished this way in most oases. Fill a large pan with water, and put in one tablespoonl'ul of cream of tartar to each quart of water. 1'ut in tlio faded garment, bring thu water to boiling point, and lot it boil for throo hours, stirring it at intervals. Tako out the frock, l'inso in cold wa ter, and then hang it in thu ai...

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ISRAEL ZANGWILL. AN ENTHUSIASTIC HEBREW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

ISRAEL ZANGWiLL. !<\>; ENTHUSIASTIC HBUUEW. 'A struli^-'n iiiul cntiu.b-ia:t Who bus Unow n hard and wlio wi.i continue tp iight K,r (lis ideals by practical, commonsikl- methods, iif he fail, anil by enthusiasm a'.nl forcible methods it he cannot-thjt is Israel Zaugwill. He wilj be courtcois and rq-titut if you give him a rgason for it, but be will not peri:-,it an. 011: unnecessarily to delay him fro.n' tlie work lie loves, or 110m fir; special object he has in view. He is con scious that he is a force in thQ world, nm| therefore lie is good to deal with, for he will either not goswer your questions at i\'l or else ivill answer tl^em witl( authority and knowledge. This man has many life interests; but above flil else lie ps a Jewish Nationalist. wing and striv ing as passionately for llume Rule for Jews as ever a Fenian did for Ireland, There is a line touch ui cc^n^ijoli tanism ill Israel Zangwilt's attit'.'.do towards' life. Whe'ii'1 he \s. v/flrklflj iilt his 9;.\...

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WANTED TO MAKE A FILM. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

WANTED TO MAKE A FILM. Tlio justico of tho pence loanod over towards tho defendant. "You are ae oufiod," lio thundered, "of wilfully striking and causing serious bodily harm to Mr. Tomltins, oinomatograph operator, of this town. What havo you to say in defoncoP" "Your honour," romnrkod tho ao cuscd, "tho man insulted mo." "Insulted you? In what wnyP" demnnded tho magistrate. "If you pi case, your honour, the man came into my shop and asked if ho oould take a moving pioturo of tho ohaosol"

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