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THE TRAVELLING CUSHION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 March 1914

THE TRAVELLING CUSHION. A travelling cushiou should form part of tho luggage of cveryono du siring comfort during a railway jour ney, and n cushion that can also lie used to carry various odds and ends should prove invaluablo. A dark cloth covering should ho niado for an ordinary down cushion. On ono side of this covering two po& kets can bo placed. Tho lowor pocket, which should ho cut in tho material itself, should go right across tho cushion, about hall way down, and should oxlond itself lo tho bottom edge; this pocket will btf found most useful for holding news papers and magazines. Tho other pocket, to bo mado with a Hap, should bo stitched on about the centro of the upper portion of tho samo side. For caso in carrying it is advisable to add a small' cloth Jinndlo at the top of tho cushion. Theso cushions aro particularly fascinating carried out in soft suedo or leather, with cut fringed trimmings.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKETS. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 March 1914

\V 111:1 AT Ai\I) OTHKll I'UODUCK. heat.-Holders seemed iuelincd t<> tul^o iuJI advantage oi tho position of thoso mi want of grain, and mentioned lip I" <!.'.) its t]ifir idea of rnliio ill i.a.q. lots. I'loui".-x-'tjr baker.-)' lots tho ollicial minimum rato is stationary at .CS/lii! pur ton, delivered. - Oats.-Quotations i/o? i" n|(j l'r""u wiMing Algerian, and higher IKV» puu ..lllljilll p.podS .lOj SiMliai, 8'iulcs. i or feed sorts up to 1/0. lbirley.-Sales elRcled covered good which ii/ Has accepted. 1">K,"f Uiat variety is Rioted »t up to ,i/b, hilt ni tlmt qtialitv offer ings are extremely light. Supplies <>l piiiuo Capo malting also aro meagre, ami prices range from a/53 to 'J/4, lower guides being obtainable at down to 2/. .Maize.- Kindness in this department IJiJ stnndstilj. Quotations 3/10 lo ?Villi It'll' prune lint rod. limn and Pollard.-Until nro in re quest, steady business being transacted at the association minimum of jL'o ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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AN EYE HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 March 1914

EYE HOLIDAY, Everybody should give IliB eyes a day's holiday at least onco a montli. This is tlio opinion of an experienced howso surgeon. "In tlio present age," ho says, "wo experience far moro eye. strain, owing; to increased reading ha bits and multitudes of glaring lights, than our forefathers (lid, and wo suffer moro from headaches. Therefore, give your oyos a holiday as frequently as possible, Givo them a day s .absolute rest, and the relief the noxt day will In; most refreshing. When talcing an eye-holiday ft room with green wall paper 13 a good placo to lost in if 0110 cannot got to tlio country and Na turo's green fields and hoes. Green re-its tlio eyes moro than any other colour." Kisses urn tho Jiors d'omivres of !hn meitil (if love; jcnh»i*y in t.ho .savoury. Why is nn inclined piano lilco a lazy young dog? Ikcnnso it's a slopo up (sluw pup).

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

A PLAIN BOAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Siicce "Become a Patentee." 1. Cultivate and perfect yotu* ideas as to # improvements and inventions. Experiment. Tlio world is eager for something new, vyliioh, however sim ple it may be, will savo labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it bo more convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, or do away witli faults, or reduce waste. The person who gets giublic' adoption of such an invention is on the road to wealth. He will ceaso to be a servant; ho becomes a proprietor. l'coplo who handle things in every day use are the natural. inventors of better tliiugp, and the natural capi talists of- to-morrow. 2. Study the subject of patenting. Uend the splendid advioe that Edison gives... Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries, - mm seenro your own legal monopoly m your rights bv becoming a imtentee. 3. If that "workman or foreman, or rour ingenious friend has produced a clever invention, put him on the track about patents ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER IV. THE COLONEL IMPROVES THE OCCASION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

A SKK..U. S'i'Oli Y 13 Y AfiWASEL GRAY. etlAI'TtK IV. THIS C OLUM'.L lAU'Ul.VJiS TJUK ' " UC'C.Va lu.\. Uolonel btamjiur « :>.? one iU loose las dialing iiieu 01 pleasure whose lixecl cede consisted iu tile nutiou imu-mien men wore-blessed with iaouhio;, of en joyment, and L'atc domed U10111 the menus of gratifying them, they must wago ;i deadly ;mtl unscrupulous war against ill-forHirie till the hag was lair ly eoncjueved. ^ Ho wua'd-'flnueiir with tlio experien ces of eiglity crowded Jnto his forty summers.; . JSe lived for pleasure, in deed,- it was tho solo, business of his life, and was one of thoso amiable chil dren of Nature who will" pursue with ardour anything.feminiuo that comes in their way provided tliare are lively ob stacles to bo-overobme, and th'o chaso does not necessitate too groat an outlay of time;'and-skill; .- ?.;??? ? ? 4 - ' Educated at one of our best public schools, lie was not there conspicuous tor any great mental perspicaoity. He was now fond, as ho c...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

Sam Miguel l£3> rr.oy. LTD., AND SUPPLY HOUSE FOll Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence invited on All Articles used in the above :i trades. Koto .Address 3G4 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. aa«mjnpuMwn»wynia<liBOBwan»oco»aagBmywiMiw: 55»- " & «« Ifef .%».«. .# «@5. viiisSj^ 'C^rS; *?. .^fsrv?,o. ^f' kf jt' ' fj "A Perfect ' Skimmer*' In other words & Money-Saver every time used.-Sueix is tho report of a prominent llutter Factory oil tlio ' VEGA SEPARATOR. and tho Rest of Recommendations. . Jiiiyors in all direotions undorso this report, arid voluntarily testify to tho high-class finish and simplicity i>f our machines. which has qu.ckly jumped into the foremost pc'tou. No oLIier Separator is to-day t vagerly sought after. The Quality, coupled with our Prices, represent tho JiEST VALUE IN AUS TRALIA. PRICKS: 12 Gall. £3 15 0 55 Gall. £10 10 0 23 Gall. 7 0 0 80 Gall. 15 15 0 Enorgetic Commission...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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NEWSPAPER LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

NEWSPAPER. LAW. 1. Subscribed who do not .give ox proswnotlooto thuconlrary uro conaidoroci an wishing to Oqntihuh thoir subscription 2. tf uubscriboru ordor tho discon< tinuanooof their periodicals, tho publitihoi may continuo loaond them until Amusing aro paid. 3. Tf uliscribors ofimoor nog/oct to tnko poriodicalH, from tho offico to whioh tlioy uro dirooled fchoy nro ReH'ONhijilp until tlmy liavo p.ottled thoir bills and ordered tho poriodiiwlf to bo discon tinued. 4. If tmliHOribor.s roiuofo to otl.or places without informing tho publishum; and tho papor* aro sent to their formor dilution, tho subscriber aro responsible. I 5. Tho courts havo docidi'd that re fusing to tnko periodicals from tho oflioo or removing or leaving them uncalled foe. j i:i prima f;ioi<; ovidenue of. intentional I Fiuud,

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APPLICATIONS EUR GOLD MINING LEASES. HINTS FOR APPLICANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

APPLICATIONS EUR GOLD JI1NING LEASES. HINTS FOR APPLICANTS. Proceeding's to bo observod whon ap plying for a Loase : I. lircct posts (theso are not required to bo painted) sit loast thrceinchos squares and not loss tluin thruu foet aboyo the ground, with a metal plate having painted '.hereon the words " Applied tor LOURS," llio date of marking out, and the nntno of Lhe applicant, or (if inovo than two) t)>5 Dfimijs qf tlio first two applicant?, and in tsaim vvhero only a part of tho surfaco iH eqinrod the samojslioulU bo tnarkod out bv posts paintod rod, at loaat two feet boo tho surfat'Q, I'haso provisions being complied with tho Iniyi is Bccnrod until tlio Govcrnor-in council grunts or roiiusos tho application, and tlio applicant is roquirod to do tho following things within ton days from tho dato of marking out tho land, oxclud ing Sundays, Good Friday, and Christmas Day. (A) Insert a notico o£ tho application in a liowspnper published in tho district whom the land is situated...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A STRAIGHT TIP. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

A STRAIGHT TIP. Helen (to now visitor): "So you nro mv gnindmn, nro vo<> P ' Grnmlmotlier: Yes, He!< n I voiir unimlnia oil your fntlior s-snip. ' Helen . "Well, you re on tho wronp side if yon nro going to livo in this houso.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

Used to Itch Something Terrible, Broke Out in Boils. Very Pain ful, Used Cuticura Ointment. They Disappeared Entirely, ^ Avoca.VIc.-"Homo timo agon rashcamo out nil over my body, arms and let's. It used to itch something terrible. After a wb}lo I broko out in a sort or bolls, which wcro very painful, and I tried various reme dies without avail. Then I got somo Cuti cura Ointment and after a few applications of tho Cuticura Ointment they disappeared cnMreiy. I also may mention that my brother crushed his finger while working in a mine. Ho applied Cuticura Ointment with splendid results and would not bo without H." (Slcned) C. O. Preach; October, 1012. UNSIGHTLY ECZEMA ON FACE 7 IMiclps St , Surry IMIls. N. S. W.-"I had for many yoava bei-n tortured v?Kh eczema on my face. Jt .seemed to como with each winter and was very unsightly mid painfully itchy, usually appearing on tho forehead and uo<.o. 1 tried several remedies but ".villi no eilVrt. Accidentally I tried Cuticura O...

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HEARTLESS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

HEARTLESS PEOPLE. lleartlcssness is of tjvo kinds. Thero . is- lim he.artlossness of the person who has become callous through his own jault. Another kiiul of heartloHynu>s is charnoteri.stic of a class of people who, as ii; wore, nro "born so." They arcs naturally incapnblo of feeling any thing acutely, and nro strangers io deep emotion. Heartlcssuess is far morn common, than somo of us iinngino, for it is .not' always easy for us to detect. Many hearlle.ss people are good oitf&ens and good friends, frequently possessing qua lities that in a way atone. Thoy inuy fxr just, generous, high-minded and useful, and thoy nro as a rulo, levol heiided. One variety of heartless man is. very dangerous. It is the man "who at tho same time that ho is heartless .is also n «ontini-.-nlnK*l', and wiihouL hyimeiicy expresses feeling. J.To can sympathise virh others to such an extent and in >uch a pleasing manner that the hist thing they would guess of him is the truth. At the moment h...

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CHURCH SERVICES, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

CHURCH SERVICES, Cuuuoir ol' I3nqlawi>,- Sunday, March .S : O.meo S (it.O.), 11 and 7 30, Benambra 3'(li.0.), Kov. 0 H. Devlin. PitifSiiYTiSftiAN Cifi7KOii- «>undny, Maroh 8 : iinsay 11 Swifi's Creole 2 30, (Jmeo7 30, Kov. G, Ifnratn,

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DAIRY FARMING AS A PROFESSION FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

DA'RY FARMING AS A PROFES SION FOR WOMEN. tu the>.e days of close competition ami 'huii so many women are seeking 0C upatioit unci independence,. or it, may bo a livliliood, it is dillieult to linil amongst I,lie professions open tu mi llT mil) which is not yet overstocked. 'I'o the ivoiuaii who possesses average mental uliilily, a strong i>iiyss<(i!u, good health, and a capacity l'or work, dairy ing in its various branches seems to offer lit olieu an attractive, healthy a»<l lucrative opening. It is noti lo he.' supposed that the woman wild proposes to take up tliis, profession mi become (nullified in a short time; as a matter of fact, dairy work, oftcr. t.'io principle!; have been fully mastered, requires months, even years, of constant practice to gain the experience necessary lor the atnal prac tical work. To the dairy student duly qualified tlicri; are various possibilities to teach others, and she o.mld reduee.'tlie labor expenses and considerably a...

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DYSPEPTIOS NEED NOT DIET. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

DYSPBPTIUS NlfiED NOT Dm. A SIMl'LE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. Food fermentation is the cause of nil the discomforb aud pain dyspeptics suffer, lo does not] necessarily fallow, I howevor, that in order to obtain relief they must deny themselves the enjoy I rnenb bhey derive from eating so culltd indigestible luxuries. The most satis factory method of overcoiijiufl the difficulty would be to prevent thu fer menbation from occurring ab all, and this can bo done by n very simple raesn^. It nmsb first bo explained tint most of the foods wo eat cour.iiiu a cortuin quuntity of acid forminp elements, and indigestible food", of course, contain a lurger proportion. When bheso foods are eaten, tha aoid, collepto, irritates the wullu of the Htiiuiuol), and oiusou the foid to fer ment while it is dices'in;?. This fermenting fojd also gives ofif gas which distends the ^tcunaoh, causing thab full, i^naomfortabia fueling so ofteu noticed after eating. ^fbo roof of tho trouble is the ao...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

OBSERVATIONS. Tliu line is i< bigg.r prosperity jitalcer lliiui any tarilf, high or low. Tho pessimist looks only lor clouds, the optimist only for sunshine, but the. wise man prepares I'm- both. Despite the usual way of looking at it, tlio farm-hand who raises a good big crop (iI' .potatoes is u b:ggyr mnn than tliu lawyer who raises a disturbance. Now,'boys, if you in(en<l lo set (lie world on fire, don't use lip all your matches lighting cigarettes. About tin: only, place a woman oan economise tlioso dnyn oil lier luis band's clothes , There is one crop that is always abun dant, and yet is often a failure, and that is advice.. - . - : Tile I rouble tt'ith a good many ot « . is that we are trying 10 make to-mor row pay i'nr day before yeMcrday. Wnnien are usually, kind to all dntnli animals oxevpt tile man who cannot tail; volubly. ' . . Lots of us are so bu^y ;u<nm-mg and taking euro of tin; means of enjoyment that we have 110 time to enjoy our Co...

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SUNNYSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

SUNNYSiDE | FIIOM ouu CORUESPONDENTJ A concert) and dan'cn to raise funds to parch''ao implements for the state school aurieultural plot was held in the Uu.U on Friday Tho school had obtained ' a first-class certilicate for thoir plot, this being the only one in their clasp, and ib was thought desir fiblo to equip the school with tho nrcefsury implements to enable die childri-n to carry out) and maintain this hi(;ii htaudard Tho programme consisted _of items solely givon by tho scholars, and the masterly way in which they were rendered reflects great) credit) on their tutors : Mrs Smith h iving chirge of tl^e girls and Miss Carney the boyp, with Mr White, the school mauler, aa general super visor. The public declared that ic was the most interesting concert) held for noma Lime. * After the concert) refresh ments were lunded round by the ladies', and after justice was done to cho good things provided dancing was indulged in to an early hour, Daring the concert certificates. ivero pre...

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SALT AND SULPHATE OF AMMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

SALT AND SULPHATE OF AMMONIA. i.s well known that tho application oiouiinou wilt to tho soil has a benefi oii effect ontho growth of many crops. Lt'.ii.so dates back to tho wry earliest tii»s-in the days of tho Komans it iva a well-known manure in Italy. Aording to a nolo in Mr. Ailcmaii'.s hoc on manures, tho "Persians and tiuOhineso seem also to have used it fro lime inum moria!." When there u.ja heavy duty on .-alt in lOngland fa(tcr.s' near tho coast u.sed sometimes io;oply sea water to their laud in order to'«it tho benefit from it. Salt-chlo ral of sodium-is a ohemicai combina tion)!' ohlorino and soda; it is probab lylatter substance which chiefly ex epi.yis u b'.'W.-.lioi.il . .lF,:ct. Hull, director of tho Roiharnsted lvs*iriinental .Station. luit <lirccted at tenim lo tho valuo of Ihu .soda in tho t»iii.o of soda. He has found that whoi nitrate of .soda is used 't is not so u-cssary to apply potash sails, be <'<m> "the soda oan bo made t...

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OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAHCII 3, ID 14, Present: Councillors Rick.wls (pre sident), TtocJ^nri*, Com-hlim,, Mutton, Grose, Lowitn»ton, Brnid, Poloreen. NEW COUNCIM.OR, Tlia president! welcomed to tlio table Cr. Cau^hUu as otic, of the representa tives of tho Hinnomui>jin riding, in plnoo of Cr. Urumley resigned. flo snid tlmb Or. Couqhliui'd previous ex perience us a connoillor would be of grout) assistnnco to fcho council, mid tliey wero pleiised to sen him buck nRiin. Cr. Ooughlun, in reply, B»id bo was ple»ned to ar.o tliii nuinner in wliioli they had received liiin buck iigiin into thfl urnis " of Pliia huppy fiunily," und hoped ho would be able to cirry out liia duties far the benefit of tlie shire. (Appltiuse). COJUtESPONDKNCK Prom Public Works department that, on account, of f^vorob-'o purchases 0f £20 ofcH ai'*j P'f "< G1 p,?r in,le,-_In r(,p| tQ Hutio,, the secret.,,,-y («i(] t)m6 w.,,1 10 pno" fur o«b. Tim ,l,irl, lllld power t(> puroil,Me ,inrJ ^ {j ...

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THE NURSERY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

THE NURSERY. .Mnmc-made Picture. Hooks. - LittUi children enjoy pioturvs, especially coi . orud ones. Pot.ks for tlio mounting picture aro.-i'.ot 'eNpon.-Mw to - buy, Imfc tho mother or nurse with con structive development will soon put to gether paste-board lids of .boxes and strongly glue a piece of calico Lo the edges to lix them tn hook form lo ad mit of loaves mid pictures to bo pasted Jator. A strip of brightly patterned cretonne pasted over the whole," and , two strings neatly seamed to the middlo of oaoh back to tie t!io book together, makes strong durable b.icks that will .hear a lot of knocking about. ©Creative Productions.-Perhaps, al ter all, tho rudely made book that each child has helped to make and watched prow give* the greatest satisfaction to tho small folk after all. It is good to have many hooks, and keep them dis tinctive as a class. Tho Animal Hook may be started with pictures of horses, dogs, goat*, donkeys, ctc., gradually developing into an ani mal "Zoo. Tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

(Commonwealth JifejBanfe of Hustvalia HEAD OFFICE SYDME.Y thl» 0»nk Is «twn (or #11 «Usim of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS »t EQU1TA3LS QUILDINQ, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also nb Sydney, O.inhenw, Ad-»hidr\ iVrili, Ifolmrt, I'.rhlwu1, K<Kkhnnt]>toit, Towntivillo, and London. . Cahlr tfmHlm:vl'- m. and drain dr.iwn on foreign place) direcr. Imwmi,'!! billi negotiated find collected. !.?»?r«-r- if .-ivdir i^ned to any pin of the world. I»lll« ii'-iroriftknl or forwarded for fioHcrUrw. l'wiV.:ir nut Kv'mni:? Iuimm-".* of -vor.v dewiplinn tranrioh'd wir.liin tlin Common wealth, UullM ;ind rt'nicid. Current rvoouni* npi'iird. Interest paid on (Wed depcsiia. , Atlvi\cv:c* nr.vd- ;vj>pr»vrtl seenrivic*. . . SAVINGS ~«rjK DEPARTMENT , Victorian Central Offico; 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches In the aWve citicf and 2,000 A^oncl©'. ai Ioilier i Uirfv.^iKVU. the CoHunonweMtVi, Doponltc from J> to /I.1QO. Intorcnt sit Z". par annum* Dopoolta or Withdrawals may 1>...

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