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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
reWHRSSIB; W fir iS,M #11 " wmm Pally dressings with Z»nvBuk quickly end all eruptions and sores and make the entire scalp [§] dean and sweet. Zam-Buk is so pure and re(l'ned Itself, and so 5ppthw lug, |i'ea|ltig'atl« ahtisfefcilc,1 a'hu W iuperlor i'd all 6rdlnJry olntnie'nts and si(ves. No form of sklh dls ease can long resist tlie potent \\iy gfj I bal .lulls' 0! which, J£imrBpjt Mi VA copiposep. Zapi-Bujs he^ls up cuts, burn? and ' sfuld? qtilfWy aM ft! Pj Many aw the homes made happy || |f» by Zam-Buk. t;-;j K«' Is oil and 3s 6il per pot. >a (Constantly for all toilet pur poses, especially sliaving and shampooing, with occasional usq of Cuticura Ointment, because so effective in removing slight irri . tations, redness, roughness, pim ples, dandruff, etc., of the skin and,., scalp and promoting and maintaining skin and hair health. CiHk'tira Sunn mi;! Olnimonl fvvrjtrhrro. Liberal winiilcor curl), witti tinGkatJii poati free. Address II. Towiu A Co., Sy,lnev, isj. s, W« Autum...
GLEN WILLS SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
GLEN WILLS SPORTS. The handicaps for tho \yoi 'loir Wilts eportj on Frijiv.,' uncle'rhi . 8co, bhd. Oku' Wilts eportj ( Underhand J. Began . J. Storr U - E. Kilpilrick 3 2 E. UootBey if -» M. Henley 8 5 W. Rcgja :. i C Petersen.... 5 G 1). Murphy ' J. Elannnnq'fj ... ... -- 'J E. M\&lt;rp|iJ 7 10 A. Smith'... 7 ,10 R. Judjjo ... 8 11 I1. Brenoock .. ... 11 - P. Martin .. 12 20 T. M'Nomara 13 ' - w. i-ow ... ... ... ia. fs Q Jotiea.,.'v .17'. 23. Novicts Chop-D. Western, 1>\ Kini/, W. Rpgin, J. Kc^an, ecr.; 1. Storr, 2»eo."bhd i M. Healey. 3iee. bhd.; 0. Potcrapn, Cscc \>hd,) li ^Murphy, Q-ec, bhd.; 3- Iflanna tfnn, 7«ec bhd. A. HyNfsii, R. JuDUf), W. Po\y, Handi
MARKETS AND SALES THE SKIN MARKET. Monday, March 2. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
MARKETS ANI> SALES THE MARKET. Monday, March DALOETV and CO report?upp ies" are light and of seasonable quality. At Mon day's auc'ion ?ale» practloilJy all on offer \y«.re disposed of* at quotations. Rabbit bkius aro in goodaemaud, particularly when fresh and well cardd for, and'values are vety 6rm. Wallaby &j*ins are ajao selling trcely, aod prices are sojnewhat higher. Fox skins aro dijil/but vary le>y aro off.*ritig and the quality is inferior. We quote : Beat headless rabbit Viptoriari lo ^d j N 9. iV. ?d to 8d | fox shin?, winter firsts, 00a to 108* por doz.
HOW I SAVED MY HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
HOW I .SAVISD MY HAIR ".My hair wns thin, short, tl. y and brittle. Every lime I coined or brushrd if Urge quantities cnine out, and I h*d heuun to feir that, poon I should hi> entirely bald. A sprcialisb whom I consulted Baid mine was a particu larly Imd case o£ dandruff-go bad tb*t> he knew of only one thing which he cou'd hope would overcome the trouble and restore my scant tressea to their former luxuriance *nd beauty. He told me to Ret my chemist to prepare a lotion composed nf ih'ree ouucea of bay rum, one oiuice Uvona de composee and a quarter dram menthol crystals, and to ruh i his into the scalp twice a day with the finger tips. I was sceptical, but did as I was told. To my delighted astonishment J soon noticed that my lmir had stopped falling ou", and in a few weeka my head was covered with a new growth of downy hair. I continued the use of the lotion until I possessed a brad of hair, all ray uwn, that is the wonder of all my friend?. My sprcialisb ' says he hap know...
ACID SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
ACID SOILS. As every farmer knows tlio presence of acidity in son is injurious to vege tation. It gives rise to some well known plant diseases, .suck an "finder and too" in turnips, it prevents lite growth of sweet rich herbage, and there aro soino plants, for instance, lucerne, t-hnt refuse to grow in ncid soil. Wlmt aro tho principal caused of soil acidity? 1. Tho decomposition: of organic matter^ accompanied by tho formation of various organic compounds. 2. Tlio action of soil baoteria^ act iug upon certain portions of the Vege tublo matter in "tho soil. G. Tho lircnicmg up of minornl fer tilisers. Thus, when sulphate of am monia is decomposed in the soil, "there is a formation of free acid in tho soil uhieh is.. injurious unle^ counteracted by the presence of a suf ficient supply of limo in the soil. It is possible that to the acidity so produced m tho absence of adequate lime may bo attributed tho unsatisfactory results which have sometimes been no*ice&lt;i from tho lis...
NEW ROAD WORKS. GOVERNMENT GRANT. COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
NEW ROAD WOKKS. GOVERNMENT QUANT, COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. Aft. " meeting of tho Shire Council on Tuosday ft letter woe read from tho Publio Works department that tho following pproinl grants hid been allooated to the Omen nliire : Various rendu and bridges £250; Oineo-B-iaht rotd £100 ; Omeo Plains road £100. Totrtl £450, tho council to spend £225 additional. Or. Rodgers suggested that os thd Plains road was going to be taken over by the Country Roads Board tho' department! might allow tho £100 for tbit road to be sppnb on the Cuflsilis rood, as it has bei?n de oided that I hit road was nol to be one of the nnin roads taken over by tho Boird. Cr. Braid said there were plenty of places in the Hinnomungio riding in whioh they could spend the money, though it might nob bo advisable to speud it on iho main road. Cr. Groao said they raighti ask the department) to allow tho money to be (pent on another road now thab the bo»rd wore going to take over the main roads. Cr. Hutton aaid the road b...
DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
DAIRY NOTES. System is a great thing to eliminate drudger.y ill dairying. As tin judication of liis value, tho performances of u bull's auoeslry aro worth more than his iooks. There should not bo more than 3 per cent of milk fat in tho whey, which is tho scrum remaining after the curd has been removed, in tho manufacture of cheeso. Whey should be transparent, and of a greenish color. When a cheeso has been carelessly made, tho whey is rich in fat, and of a whitish or milky eolor. Turpentine, in which j.S dissolved as much camphor as it will tako up, fc pre-eminently tho dressing for lacera tions, bruises and cuts. Its anlisei) tio action is equal to that of carbolic acid; it speedily stops tho bleeding, a) lays tho pain, and hastens tho process of healing. Few, if any, ulcers long resist its continual application. , jie naturo of tho soil has some ef fect upon tho milk produced. From a rich pasture tho milk usually con tains a lower percontago of acidity than that obtained where tho...
ASSET OR LIABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
ASSET OR LIABILITY. Tho grain crop is a liability the | oattlo crop nil asset. It may su«m a little sovoro, but an. analysis; ol Uiu two will bcai' out the statement. Oram farming reduces tho fertility. Stock raising increases it. Grain reduces tlio humus m tho soil. btoJc raising increases it. ? Grain fnrinJ!'G .spoils tUo mechanical condition of tl o soil-stock-raising improves it. Giain raising fosters weeds, plant disoaso and insects-and stock . mimw thorn. Grain raising results ill de creased yields. . Stock raising increases thom. Stock raising develops, tlmft, P1Ly as you bo. Gram raising dc, v&lt;>lopstho credit system. Groin raising brings tho mortgage. Stock raising pay it off. Tho labor for grain rais ing is exepnMvo-iliat for stock raising is ehiuper in that it is engaged by tho year. Grain raising is dependent on tlie. .season-often resulting in failure. Stock raising is more independent of the season. Grain raising is a soil robbor; benco it ib only possible...
SMOKE AND ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
SMOKE AND-ELECTRICITY. . Eloctrioity appeared as a solution for the'smoke problem in o'recout demon stration. , Tho smoke-abating appliance removed, tho Boot from 000 cubic foot of smplco iu a minuto at a total cost of about a penny a' day for oporation. Tho action of-the apparatus consists iu pre cipitating tho solid particles iu tin? 'snioko by means of a powerful olectric current, and its invention is based on tho fact that one-third to one-half of tho solid matter in smoke'from einclt-1 ing furnaces consists of particles of iron oxido. . Electrical current, is applied to tho guioko by means of a wire woven through a number" of small pipes placed at tho top of llio chimyuy. so that tho Bliiuko must pass, through them. Au soon us tho oloctricity is turnod on the 'Binnil particles il'oatiug in tho Binoko aro changed to largo particles which fall back into a bin by their own weight. | Its application is not confined," howover, to smelting furnficos, for it has beo.u found that tho d...
PROTEST AGAINST HANGING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
PROTEST AGAINST HANGING. I Remarknblo demonstrations were dulgcd in by thousands of Lancashire working-class people, as a protest "ugainst fclio execution . at Strangoways i'rison, Manchester, of Ernest Kelly, u youth of 20, who, with an >1 oco:n plico, iidward Hilton, had been senten ced to death for tho brutal murder ol a bookseller at Oldliain. Hilton was reprieved, and immediately there sprang up a popular agitation to seeuro a similar^ exeroise of cleineney in tho caso of Kelly. Public feeling concerning tho fate of this young criminal was excited in Oldham to an extraordinary dejireo. At tho request of a great meeting of townspeople tho Mayor of the borough and others hurried to London to make an eleventh hour appeal at tho Home office. Tho result of their elforts was awaited in tho town with intenso an xioty. '.Thousands of millhands, male and iemalo, stood about in tho streets for hours hoping to hear nows of a lavor ablo reply. Their patienoo was severely taxed. It was l...
SIDELIGHTS ON R.L.S. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
SIDELIGHTS ON E.L.S. . A genuinely romantic personality is truly inexhaustible. The number of biographies and sketches of Kobert Louis Stevenson is beginning to ox ceed the mental compass of the ordin arily gifted mathematician, yet still they pour ini The latest contributor to' the swelling fuud of Stevensoniana is Sir Siduey Colvin," who more than most should bo justified in giving the world his personal reminiscences of It. L. Stevtnson.. These were disclosed not in a book-though that may, per hups follow-but in a lecture delivered a little -while ago in the Kensington Town Hall, Sir Sidney was for 11 years an intimate comrade of Steven son's. He iirst met Stevenson when the latter was only ^2, yet even then he seemed to have- read and remem bered everything, at lca-st in English and French. * * Mis mind and speech ran exultantly over the whole range of life and literature. He was not appreciated at the timo in his nativo Edinburgh; ho was treated as a poseur, to be regarded with...
NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
NEWS SUMMARY. J-lie revenue collected at tho Custom House on February 20 amounted to: -Revenue, £12,885 17M; Stato, nil; contingent, £12 1G/9; pilotago, £47 5/: At tho opening of tho Dominion championships riilo meeting hold at Trcntham, Colonel Collins said that if the Kmpiro mutch was fired in Austra lia this year, New Zealand would bo represented.^ Tho preliminary work in connection with tho now rcsorvoir on the Moora I'ool river, has so far advanced that tho contractors Suitieipato boing ablo to materially increaso tho staff of work men this week. Dr .Maw son. Hio lender of tho Ant arctic expedition, who, with six com rades, was left behind in Adolio Land, by tho Aurora a yoar ago, arrived in Adelaide :on Thursday night-all in good health. At its last meeting, tho Stato Cabi net decided to convert tho Select Com mitteo on Housing into a Royal com mission. In an intorviow which ho had recently with tho Premier (Sir inquiries that have already been mado in respect to tho housing p...
PAINFUL SUNBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
PAINFUL SUNBURN. 1 havo scon a child (a boy of cloven) crying bitterly from the pain caliscd by the sunburnmi; of his legs, which had been exposed nil "day long on the sea-beach to tho full glaro of the mid summer sun, writes Florence Stacpoolo lecturer to tho National Health So ciety of England. Many peoplo forget that sunburn often causes as much pain as frostbito, and sunburnt legs often oauso a lot of suffering from which it would bo quito easy to protect tliem by creasing tliem all over beforo tho child goes out in tho morning. Tho nicest thing for tho purpose is olivo oil, lanalino, or vaseline, but this would como rather expensive if tho summer should bo a long, liot,.ono, and if thero should bo a largo number of legs to bo operated upon. It is, therefore, well to remember that any kind of clean kitchen greaso will answer as woll. Tho greaso should bo what cooks call .rendored" beforo it is used for an ointing the skiu. Tho process of "ren dering" is quito simplo. Put all tli...
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. The following iccoubtB are lying at thg eub-troafiury . J. Hick*»y, J. Braid, JS, 4, Starkey, T, Otmck, \V. Collatt, Jaa, % Lowipgtoo, A. LemmiD, D. Eikiftt.
STIFF-NECKED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
STIFF-NECKED. A young man engaged board ami lodg ing in an extremely dovout private family. Bcforo oach meaV a long grace was eaid. To their horror the now comer sat bolt upright wliilp all tho others reverently bowed their heads. When on tho sccond 'day tho >oung luau ovinced no disposition to anljeiid, tho good lady of tho house could on dure the situation no longer. "Athoif.m," nslsed sho, sharply. "No, Madam," humbly responded iho now boariler, "Boil,'1
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 10 March 1914
OF RURAL INTEREST 'lfcli.3WV.' ui . ' ') wm?'"'"!'* Takl'nS, Ph«>spaoric aum wr t i i ? . 10 constituent ?' 'f . J.icking Australian ..oil*. J .10 rev,Its Of aMdn.E btiJerphosyHUtos u«vu been uluv ed, chiefly in wheat growing it has been the means of transforming wido tracts that were only sheen country into wheat producing aroas According to Mr Kicnardson, supenn : tendent of Agriculture, tho vaiuo of th« addition of superphosphate can bo ex tended m increasing tho stock-oarry. ing capacity of land, that for various | easons cannot bo brought under tho P oiigh. lo test tlio elfects of phos 1 pkatoa on grass land, four plots, each «'I half an aero, were marked out on natural pasture land at tiio KutheigJen I'iXpenruental Farm. Ono aoro was treated witn superphosphates' at tho rate o: lcwt per aero in 1912, and lc-vvt per aero m 1-J13. A second plot was .oft unmanured, a third treated with 2 cwt of Ihornas' phcr*phato in 1913, nna ".> i°Uirn )V i ^1Vt °f sllPcrPl'Osphatci and 1...