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

HOUSEHOLD HINT.S. ' Very large hats arc extremely difli ! cult to hang up seourely. The diffi culty can bu overcome by stitching a j loop of tapo to tho head lining of the j hut. Tho loop is easily .slipped ovei | any liat peg. | When an invalid's room needs sweep I mg, tho best way is to wipo up tho I carpet rapidly with coarse towels j wrung out of cold water. This dis poses of tho dirt without annoying the patient, either by du*t or noise, and is Uio method employed by trained nur ses. Poisons of many descriptions, which havo been intentionally or accidentally i;en, may almost instantly be rend j ored harmless by simply drinking half I a pint of sweet oil. A person with ! a strong constitution might take more. Instead of buyiug penny packets of tablo salt, put two pennyworth of lump salt in a cool oven to dry thor oughly. then grate and sift it. Willi every four ounces of f«alt, mix a tea spoorjfttl of corn/lour. put into jars or bottles, and storo for use. It will never gut lump...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THOSE WHO STAY AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

THOSE WHO STAY AT HOME. There are sonic in this world who arc compelled to tarry at homo. Tho great r(ioo of Iifo goes on, ;utd they are left behindj they are too weak to* run. . . They have nothing to do with the toil of.tho brain; their work is all with the heart. But what a work that is! The toils of tho hand and hniin are nothing to ft; these yield a solace to their en ergy. hut tho sad heart has only to hear. It is harder to hear than to do. T may bo rudely Jostled in tho rae->, but the race itself gives an excitement that makes tuo forgot my pain, I am there, nt least, in tho company of niv fellow men. But to tarry at homo" to wait pas.sivo under tho shadow of God, to have nothing to do but the burden of ono great cross; tIlls is the trial of life - this is tho trial of love. How farmers in the Yadnarie (S.A.) district may .supplement their incomes is tuctioalfxl hv Mr B. 'B. Crosley, who, writes:-While there arc acres on which it is impossible to succeed, how over hard the...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BENAMBRA. Tuesday, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

pRKHTS AND SALES* QJPl'SLi4Nn qi'OOli RISPQUTB UKNAMURA, Tuesday, February 24. MESSRS A, Macmitiiuii AND CO report: - Wo held a aula of sheep and cntlu at our Benambra yards, on the abovo daio. A very nioo yarding waa placcd bfforo buyo'8 Thuro was a good attendanco, and wo tnidp an almost total cleaianoo. following wer6 t|i« oal«8Oro8»brcd* woLhors \13i gj, weanera'lQa. oged owes'7s, 8 young bullooks £4 12s (Jtli' 5 cows £4 I0*J» 3 fjt cows i'0-14 sttora £3 12a Gd, bullOp.Us a'i 10a. 5; cbwi oowa' £4 7a (kl, 1^ covVa i4 12* Cdi .Mltora £3 18a, fe'helfora £3 2s, 24 young bullocks £5 Us, 7 aleora £4 10% 14 bullocks £013s, " t» iJMEO. Wednesday, Februny 2,5. Mnasiis A. MAUAimum AND Co. report: Wo held a eale of sheep and cattle at Omeo on abovo date, when wo sold 470 xbrcd wothora nt13*9dt 80 do. 13a 8d, Lincoln rams, £3 3s. Several BtnaU lots of cattlo at full rates.

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

OMEO PUJNS | F&osi pua Oobrespondent. ] J/SSfc Wednesday afternoon the upper grado3 of the Benaujbra state school, with the obji>ot of increasing their in? formatiou in regard to loo*1 industries, paid a visit in company with their bead teacher to Messrs Betta and P.i tersoa'a cheese factory. They were Bbown over the faotory by the mana ger, Mr W, Higgins, who very inte restingly and instructively explained the process of cheese-making from be ginning to fiuish. A prize is to be given by the boat! teacher for^the best essay on the subject1, which essay will be published, if Hp»ce permits, in these columns at a later d ap. Mr Hiugina also kindly invited teaqhor und scholar? to he present at a milk-testiug experi ment which is to be carried out shortly. A number of the parents of scholars attending the sohool were present at a meeting held in the school building on Monday evening, with the object of eleotiug a new school oommittee. The gathering was fiitly representa tive a...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. WATERSIDE WORKERS. ALL BRANCHES AGREED. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT], WATERSIDE WORKERS, ALL BRANCHES AGREED. MELBOURNE, THUIWDAY, The Porb Phillip Stovodorea' Union has now given way on tlio qufstion of overtime and all the br.innboa of the Wateraido WorkAra' Federation are now in accord, Tlio way has there fore been cleared for Mr Justico Hi« gins to deal with tho olaima of the workers in tho Arbitration Conrt.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

THE QftlEO STANDARD. With which Is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MAKCH «. IStI,. Entries for the principal events at tbo St. Patrick's Day ceUbintiou3 in Omeo, close od Wedm-F'hy evt-ning. Macartbu- -oil Co. will hold special sheep «ttd lit; f-nles at Hinnonmngio «wl lionu:»ib:u ou ."S.iUisdny March 14. Tenders close to-morrow ({Saturday) fo> tho various buoth^ in connection with the Unu'o Uaees aud bt. Patrick's Sports. The Glen >?%' i)minors' annual sports will lio held 011 Friday, March 13. Nomination* for the wyod ch(ij)3 mu»t be in the ha?.da of tho secretary by JS-iturday. Ciflfeilift, 2-tid-So. 5 level N. to 237ft ; veins mineral couutuntly appearing in faco, assaying fiom 8 fo JO dwt Gronud getting harder, connder good indication. On Frid»y, l.*?',h instant, Messrs Macar* thur and Co will hold a cleariug salo at the Tongio Hotel, under instructions f:om Mr T Wilson, uhi»j«e l^ftnc w«a expired It was uuder a mi*ippruh*:tuion l hat it was stated in last i sue ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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SWIFT'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

SWIFT'S UllBEK. [FltOlI OUIi CORRESPONDENT.] On Sunday the Rhv. G. H. Duvlin, Church of England minister, iHd a service iu remembrance of i.hn lute Mr Geo. Hollands, who fur mniy years h<d been a committeeman of the church, a strong supporter nod regular attendant*. The congregation was a very large ono, all protectant sections being well represented Tim church was suitably decoratprl, th" pulpit being draped in black aud purple. Mr Devlin preached a v(*ry impressive sermon "upon the character of the- deceased and the lessons to be derived from ii>. The singing was well rendered by the choir aud ab the conclusion of the service Mr Osborne played a funeral march. A meeting of parents was held at the state school on Monday evening, to elect a now school committee for tlio ensuing three year?. The meet ing was largely "attended, and a live interest! was taken in the proceeding?, Mr Osborne, the head teacher, pre. sided and explained the procedure, and also gave a short ad...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. FINE SCORING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. FINE SCORING. The tenra of Australian cricketers now touring New Zfaland litis mnd« soma remarkable scoring against South Canterbury. The Canterbury fifteen made 180,ind the Australians have load nino wickets for 922. Crawfurd made 354, batting 11 balls out of the ground, nnd at> one 8tagn he mado fifty in ten minutes, over 200 being scored in the last hour Trumper made 135 nnd Cody 100.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CIRE OF THE HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

C/RE OF THE HAIR. To keeptho sculp and hair in a good condition,the :'head" must bo'washed often enugli to ensure cleanliness; about one a month is sufficient for most peopj, but if their hair is very oily, a wahing oneo in every two weeks will bo necessary. Brush tho hair and selp thoroughly, though gent ly, every ight, and bo suro to keop the hairbruh clean. "Women or girls with long hir should novel* uso a wiro hair brush, although thero is a kind with soft \ire "bristles" that may be used with citire safety by men. AVhen brushing tin lmir, pari ilaud brush the i.ealp until it tingles. An excellent method of n'omoUng >calp and hair health is^ t(. mas;,ago the scalp thor oughly with :ho fingers for at least fivo minutes ovey night. A very littlo olivo oil, allied to tho roots of thik hair twice a week witli a child's" tooth brush is reommendrd for very dry, harsh hair. Dryness, by tho way, often causos pr.-niatui'M greyness. 11" jjj-cforred, a itt!o vaseline or oarbolino may bo...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RAISNG LAMBS FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

RA1SNG LAMBS FOR MARKET. Mr Woolfoid, of Beetaloo Valley, (S.A.) ocontly contributed a paper on this .suloot at a bureau mooting, llo advoeatl obtaining young moriuo ewes .say, for tooth, of good frame, and cro-bsin&thcm with a Shropshire nun. II' tho i/os lambed early, say in April, with g«l food tho lambs should bo roadv fp tho oai'ly markets. From this ens, big iambs with good wool should o obtained which should do well and'atten quickly. He had found his dist^t very til-table for sheep* Then* us a good avorago rainfall, and a good swply, of grain, which kept greon noarly a, tho year. Tho jooality was also suithlo for woolgrowing, tho wool being litvy and greasy. llo advised growing ucerno for topping (iff. Cattle wore noteu profitable as sheep. Mr. F. Hartrum loiiBiderod tho disbrict unsuit able* for ainb-raising, as tho holdings wero toosnmll, and foed was always Into,

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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SOME PAYABLE INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

SOME PAYABLE INVENTIONS. Tlio latent applications tiled recently lor various clients by Messrs, (}. G*. I'mri A- Co., Patent. Aiornews >io. 1 . tlio Rialto, -IDD Collins Street, M. . bourne, ;nc|ndo the following: Improvement in Harrow:*-:-wherein ; he working sot nf each *..'me relatively the siiil can ho regulated. - C. 1). Kennedy. ol Clear Hills, Moombool dool, New youth Wales. Minns lor transmuting auUiumtioal y news by wirelut-s telegraphy ol' n wivek when it occurs, and bringing as sistance to the site of tin" wreck.~T. D. Smith, of Unroon Falls, Queens land. l<v Making Apparatus -A. C. Davis, ol Itootle, F.ngiand. A stove closet, win rein a lire (Con sumes all matter at once. I lie art'.? being plaeoahlo in any room. - A. G j levtehiUojf, of Ekatcrino>law, Russia. Tip Wagons, in which the hedy is on rollers and is easily tipped. --- II Hopkinson. of l-U Glenlyon Road. Mrunswick, Victoria. The complete specification accept a nee notices ofhcially published co...

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

Jam Season, 1914. DAVTO^EAKINS, General Storekeeper, Omeo Invites the attention of the Public to his Stock of » Enamelled Preserving Pans, Jam Jars, Spoons, Etc- .' Suitable for the present favorable Season for HOME JAM MAKING. Telephone No, 8. DAVID EAKINS. Grass and Glover Seeds. Write for Samples and Quotations of IIUSM. WKSTKKX niSI-KIrr AN it NSW ZKAMXD RVE GRASS, COCKSFOOT. I'LOVKi'. DWAItb' KSSEX liAL'E AXD OTHER AGUICr I.TI'!1 AL SKKI><. ^ "Where rj^ks arc so lh'.: only c.'urso 15 io !>i-oettro itvm a TraiueJ Seedsman. With 110 lar^e City w-wU t>> \<\y 1 lligh.pr.vle SofiwS vorod your nearest IWUway station. freight pai«J ;u«.l hclutv Melbourne price*. dimples ireo. Geo. Smith, Seed Importer, Sallarat. (Lueof Harst .t Son, London) AQCtionoerb' I-Iotics?. A- $AGARTHUF. & GO., ^ OaEtle Salesmen, Stock Station,General Agents, BAIF.NSDALK, GU'PSLASr AUCTION SALES conducted in anj ,>arl of Gipusland . nail at OMCD District when cf|Uirc...

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INDIGESTION IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

INDIGESTION IN PIGS. Many vi the -ailments among pigs, e.pecudy those that arc being forced in their 1'ouding. arc* brought about in the lii'.-'t. place by indigestion, .often the result of tco much grain or corn meal in the diet, ivi'denjig it too heating and heavy. When oif their food, pigs cm me to it standstill as regards the process of fattening, because what little lhoy eats does them no good. The food that fulfills the end desired is' that which is properly and thoroughly assimilated, and nofhing else counts. When n falling off in the appetite is notie-d steps should be taken at once to sot matters right. Of course, the best plan is to try and prevent thie sLoknevs of ihe system. occurring, but this cannot always he managed. Care fulness and- attention will, however, do much in warding it «/F. Pigs half wayon in the fattening stage or a little later aro mostly the suffererB. Porkers, too, wlien they are very young, and are being pushed on, arc .similarly affected. The fat pig...

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THE CULTIVATION OF OATS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 6 March 1914

THE CULTIVATION QF OATS. Outs nroa ciltivatcd on a wider acre age than eith«r wheat or barley, and it ts a\'pcotc!(l iliat ((tiring tho coming spring, a still-more extensive area u*iJ1 be devoted to the crop if tho weather is favorable diring the reparation of tho land. It is "very important that ho freed should bo entnisted to tho soil at* an early date. I: tho grower .should JIU\e boon fartunatd in this rc>peet aud bus selected a variety suitable to <ho o cality; if ho Vas also cultivated tlio land well and taken care t]tat t >10 plants have a sufficiency of sizable | nourishment at their disposal, ho can then anticipate with som'o confidence that be will Jinrvcst a satiny:; ory cro;>» A sufficiency <f suitable nonrKhment. That is most- inportant. Ho*\v can ii bo host- supplied? It must bo remembered that the crop from start to finish is only about ftvo months in tho ground, Jiud iIhjc foro tho fertilisers should be 'utmshed in a quickly-acting form,...

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

SUBTLE CRITICISM. Tho small boy stood in front uf Lhe dazzling light of tho cheap theatre with a yellow dog uuder liis arm. Evidently ho wanted to get m, and tho sight of a well-dressed and apparently prosper ous man on tho steps gave liim an idea. "Aro you tho manager of tho show?'1 asked tho boy. It turned out that ho liad guessed correctly, and tho lad continued; "I want to see tho show, but -1 haven't gut tho money. I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll gJvo you tlii6 dug if you'll let me in." The manager's heart melted. He remembered that he too had been a boy. "You may go ho said, " but sever mind about giviug mc tho dog. Take the dog along with you." Tho lad went in with tho yellow dug under his coat. After the perform ance tho manager was still standing in front, and happened to see tho urchin cumo out. "Well, sonny," ho remarked, "how did you liko tlio show?" "Oh, pretty well/' he said; "hut I'm «lad I didu't have to give you the dog."

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

ROUNDED ARMS. Should tlic arms* bo thin and scraggy, a very simple uxeroise will do wonders to produco the curves that aro so at tractive. Bend the elbow, briuging tiio forearm up and .forward, cleuch iho ii.>t very tightly, tense tho arm muscles, then turn tho clenched fist round vig orously several times, describing as large a cirde as possible, but not allow ing iho arm to move itself from tho position direoted. It is also »» ex cellent plna to massage tho arms about" two or three times a week. Warm some puro olive* oil and massage it gently into tho arms for several min utes. Spongo off with warm water, to which has been added tho juice oi half a lemon. Dry with a soft towel, and dust with powucri'd oatmeal. For chapped lips: Many people suffer from iliis unsightly blemish in winter timo, and will be glad to know that if a littlo pure glycerine is rubbed into tho lips before going out they will keep soft and smooth.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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JUST A PHILOSOPHER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914

JUST A PHILOSOPHER. ?Someone asks, "What's a 1 hi 0 :0 1-hcr ?" Well, let ;me li-ic cxuJiU^ "He's the fellow that wi\( toll vol that 'ti;i asinityi nD'l vain to rebel against, the worklugs of llie mysM:. j-.owcr ealleil Fate ; ami upen this th'jnio for hours he will \v\t.\i glee expatiate. Ha win prove that rcuignjitKn is tt^e proper thing always, ciyl wi 1 speak ot swee^ . $ufynilii&fan in (lie highest terms of- praise. Should your children hn"c the mfaBles, or .your^QU^p ba set cnlire aqd you hh\t tUqt"you're (h; vl;tirn pit calamity mqnt. dire, the ph|lo'u plier will tell y«u,' with a calm and smil.ng fuce, that I10 wouldn't worry o'm' th^t had Fate put him in your place. Even should you fail in business and have those vile ^rukni'Q in, t(\e rhilspp^tv. wi,U tell you that to TVQrry 'is' a sii^. Though yon lose all thoso posses sions tint n mortal man holds dear, tlio philosopher will tell you that you iliould not filed « te^r. But you yieey ttyit same philosoTrlui'. when ...

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A STORY OF PADEREWSKI. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914

A STORY OF PADEREWSKI. "An enthausiastic musician tells an amuBing anecdote of Pa'-1erews:;i's , tquf of the Southern States. . "I encountered Iho pianist and his Party wlifti they wore passing through Georgina," he says, " ano had the pleasure of riding for some distance with them in their privates 'car. : "At one of the stops Paderewski was handed a letter from a certain grande dame and noted to:i jty leader of ^ (argp. Wqstsm city. It wqs the most gushing epistle I ever lis tened to, and, after aeverstl pages of 'wtlat was evidently intended us a 'tribute to his art, tin writer wounc up by requesting ' a lock of hair,' and enclosed a stamp'for return post age. ?" When the laughter had subsided, Paderewskj's secretary proceeded to inijite a reply, whieli ran as fol lows ' Dear Madam,-M. Paderew ski directs me to say. that it aflorcls him much pleasure to comply w^tl( your roquect. You fp.il to specify whose hair you dcsirei, and, to avoid error," lie has secured a sample from each...

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CARDINAL MANNING. HOW TO MAKE SUGAR SANDWICHES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914

CARDINAL MANNING. I HOW TO MAKE SUGAR SAND-' WICH18S, Many an hour have' I spent iu Car dinal Manning's study in Cnrlisli Placo. The house 1ms now hem turned into Government offlccn: but In tliose days (and I am talking o: over twjnty years ago) it was tin offlidhl resilience ol iUe Rorunn Ca tholic Archbishop of Westminster. Once a- week-every Thursday-w« Uflwl to go to tea. ' How well I reraorober the first timi wo went. There wan nothing hut bread anil butter, and the Cardinal was quite upwt about it. "Bring some jam," snid Cardinal Manning. "There is none," replied the butler. "Then cake," said his Bmincnce. ?There is no cake, your Lordiliup." . "Then what have we got in tin house ?" '.'Nothing of that sort, my Lord." The Cardinal eeerucd most, upset, and, as far aa I can remember, sc were we. There was a pause, and tlu n a siuile came over the a»ed man's face. He had evidently thought of a hvil .liant, idea. ' ; "'Have you hoys ever had a sugar' sandwich 7" he said quietly. We ...

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WORLD-WIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. I " ' J.1 " The Uttlo countries of tho Nortti aI'c nil distinguished l>y their lntcnso nationality, And Denmark especially once n great Power and now meroly a pawn in tho game of nations-Is mora fiercely, frantically national Ulan any country in Kuropo.-"Spec tator." Football, it is announced, lias been introduced into Jerusalem, and "the gentle but enthusiastic manner .in which tho Oriental.-; played did credit to their high, sporting spirit." The novelty, ot course, lias not yet worn of! ; but we can see that "gentle inann:r" changing a little when some iiiodern David finds himself Iilnying scrum-half with a modern Golinh as wing forward opposed to liim.-"'Westminster Gazette." The problem ot the curdling 6 mill: and the rapid putrefaction oi meat during thunderstorms is an old oils, hut it does not seem to have bc:n satisfactorily solved. Artificial electrical fields, as lately tried by Pioi. A. Triilat at the Pasteur In stitute. Paris, seem to have no ef fec...

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