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CASTLES IN SPAIN ACTRESS'S WINDFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

I CASTLES IN SPAIN ACTItl'ISS'S WINDFALL. Stranger than fiction arc the circum stances under which a liristol notress will shortly como into possession of 11 castle ill Spain and a quarter of n mil lion. Tlic lucky lady is Jit's. Hllalinu Muriel I'nniall, 'who is now living at Hi istol with her husband, Mr. Frank Unrdnn I'nrnall, an engineers' draughts man. Mrs. Pjirnnll, who is about 22, is n daughter of tin! Into, Cmntu do .Mario, a Spanish nobleman. Her mother was au English actress. A boy mill girl wore horn to tlio couple, and and while the boy was in the custody of the father the girl remained with her mother. The girl was educated in France, hut returned to linglnnd, be came a musical comedy actress, mill later married. Mrs. Parnali has never seen her father, and until 11 year ago was unaware nf'lier relationship to him. At his death tlio cstuto was left to liis only son. her' brother., who met with a. tragic death in Spain in No vember last at the ago of 2-1. Ho died intesta...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER. THAT DOES MARVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER THAT DOES MARVEL9.. During the last few years an* nounoementa have appeared occnaio ?ally tolling how to mike » really good hair tonic that would actually make tha hair (jrow, and iti gives ni yreat pleasaro to learn th»t> so, many who havo tried it havo obtaine^ such rei))ar|{ihlo results. One lady writes that immediately after rending tha formula, nhe went) to ber chemist and hud him pati up aq directed.' on# ounoo of Lavona do Composee, ^dram Menthol Crystals, and 3 ouaoos Bay Hum. Shu touk this home and, al though her tmr had been falling oab terribly and ehe was threatened with baldneps, alio wsa ti.-'.ouiahed and de lighted' to'noto tfrab the falling onb of t|)o hair stopped immediately, apfj tfl? linir itself began to grow in anflmajlD^ manner. In faat, ohe states that) Id has already grown noarly 8 inches in a little over two month?. Moreover, tier bnir ia now brighter, glossier sod rnnri>. lupjrkfit ttjip over and Is ntill ii>.>1 fjl>A...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1014 AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

fHE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, HAItCJIl 1014 AS OTHERS SEE US. e ritliRr Efin inv" iiImui whit. tiiHU of other n . 111111m i|iu;l[ iif thMUj nod are >iic>ii.O:i '.> he U sui fill i.f criticism of our uui--r»n'liiii: pecu>i<i>i>8 of temppru nli'lir, ivhe tic"' I'Xprl'SX'll in politics, IiHi-iiih.-i in or Imi d policy. To our iiiin)}-i i lip (jrcuii'isr.. (Tundi-rs in iliia rpspcot nro Boylifclj Journal,itts Hud uanjiHziiin writers, wlio mblie definite aesortione after a visit of only i\ few weoks in touring this vasb con tinent ; thoBo writers usually assuming limb becauso wo are sprang from British stock wn should havo retained more of the charnoteristics of tho Eng lishmen of to-day bliau wo do. lint this ia tho more to our credit; for our forefather!) bred a moo of men with BO much imagination and personal initia tive thnb wo woro prepared to disre gard the traditions of centurieB, in tho effort 16 improvo ou...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BAIRNSDALE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. BALRNiDALK TO MELBOUttNE. Each day, 2 15 p m.; arriving Melbourne 10.4G p.M. Morning trains, Monday, Thure. DAY and Saturday AT 5.40 a.m. J arriving Melbourne 1 30 p.m. MELBOURNE TO EAIRNSDALE. Each d-IY at 7 52 A M \ arriving Bairns* dale 3.25 p.m. NIGHT trains, MONDAY, Wed nesday,, Fridoy and Saturday, 4 30 p.m. i arriving BIIRNSDILE 12 MIOUTCA prifat mid* NIGHT.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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HOME RULE CAMPAIGN. THE GOVERNMENT ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

HOME RULE CAMPAIGN. THE GOVERNMENT ATTITUDE. Mr Winston Churchill, First Lord of the Admiralty, speaking ab Brad ford, aaid Mr Asquith'shome rulo'rffer was tho head the ministry oould make, and that) the government would not allow itself to be bullied. He added,: "'Wo are nob goiog to a|low Greao'Britoin to be sunk to tbo condition of Mexico. If Ulster soekg pence sho knows where Bhe can find ill J bub if every concession is spurned, il Ulster becomes a tool of party colca* lations, if civil parliamentary syitema are brought to tho crude challenge of force, if reckless chattor ends ip the disclosure of sinister revolution, then let us k° forward and pub thoio grave mittora to proof."

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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LATEST TELEGRAMS. DISASTROUS ACCIDENT. MAIL TRAIN SMASHED. PASSENGERS KILLED AND WOUNDED. MELBOURNE, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT} DISASTROUS ACCIDENT. MAIL TRAIN SMASHED. PASSENGERS KILLED AND WOUNDED." MELBOURNE, MONDJLT. The moat) disastrous railway acci dent) in tb« history of New South Wales occurred at) Exeter, uear Muaa Yale, on tbe main Southern linp, ju«t> beforo midnight on Friday. A goods train was shunting ro a loop line to allow the Temnra uiiil train to come it), when the mul train dashed into io and several carri»j>"a were wrenlted. Fourteen pprsons were killed, and np to the present) thirty are reported to be injured, several others having moat miraculous escapes. In is believed tluti the disaater w«i due to fos obscuring the aiguuls, and rescue work wai carried our. under ths greatpsti difficulties owing to the fog. nnd darkness.

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A FRENCHMAN'S IDEA OF GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

MUONOHMAN'S lDJ'IA OF GOU'\ "But your giimo of golf I Oh, vsl 1 know him. You put on tlio ' unio juil, so red n.-> Hid lngleesli rosbif under neath clone. Y'on strap your suiok of bonded-head sticks 011 the buck of a boy twice so small as the bag. Ho Ecrapo a mud pudding to nmko balance a lcctlo wliito ball, Mo make three'bad trios to balaneo him, tlion very angry you call loud, 'KouiT Then you what you call address tlio ball, and, ma foi, your address sometimes is of language to nialio afraid, You striko, and tlio ball liitd himself in tho bonkairo. You call loud for tho nibelungen stick, and beat tlio dust till your partner say 'Ho, chuokitl' You say But, my friend, 1 excuso mysolf to repeat who you say. Ah, my friend, you are a great nation, but your golf gamo gives mo what, you Inglocsh call hump." Most peoplo in lovo net as if it were a delightful torture. Uoputalimi.s do get lost. Yesl But they're moro often nfcolon. A boy's appearance of meekness may cover a lot of mischie...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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PEOPLE WE ALL LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

l'EOi'US WE AliJj LOVIv Tho ?;uy wlio smokes a cigarette 111 11 telephone bontli. The Kiddy young g"m oliowor who raves about tiio hero whilo tho play 's in progress. The sweet critic who ojui't play "Homo, Sweut J loiuii" on the piano with 0110 finger. Tho literary export who oim't write. Tlie man who comes along with a Joe Jliller masterpiece and .says: "Hero's ii new ono 1 heard yesterday." 'l'ha lodge brother who wants to make all tho speeches. Tho man who culls you by your first iii.mo. when he has known you only two minutes.

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JEPSON'S LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

JEPSON'S LUCK. (Ry K'hvanl Maolcllan in " Harper's nufcnr.") Tho stage cuttle Iti a sudden stop tlu: runaway team bruko loose; thu driver shot through tho air. an<l la tiding on a tuft of salt grass saved his neck. Hut Jepson left the box-scat as if propelled by a mule's kick, and, falling headlong, dislocated a shoulder, broke n wrist, mid among other minor injuries, twisted his foot. Kbth men lay where they Imd lall'Mi. and tho meroiless downpour drenched them through and tti roiijjch. Tho lightning had done tho mischief iubt as they wore crossing tho trestle bridge over Salmon Kivor. Tlio hor ses wore fresh. Inn ing been chanced at Fort Joiu'h, and when tlio lightning flashed, folhnvtd on the instant b\ the orack of doom, they pluuged forward. After that there was nothing for tlio two men on the box-seat but to sil tight and hopo for tho beat. Tho Curxnu 'brothers, sitting up late, heard the thundering hoofs above tlio storm and missed tho rattling accom paniment t»f t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

Jam Season, 1914. £-BAVn> EAKIIS, 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 IRISH, WESTERN DISTRICT and NEW ZEAI.AXD EVE GRASS, (JOUKsFOUT. i;LOVEi:. DWAKF ESSEX RAPE AND OTHlvK AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. Where risks are so grc^t the only reliable course U to procure from a Trained Seedsman With no large City rollfs iu prty I can quote fligh-trradc Seeds delivered at'yoar neare3t Railway station, ireigbt paid ai:d below Melbourne prices. Samples free. Gr&o. Smith, Seed Importer, Ballarat. (Lite of Burst Sod, London) AUCtiDBSBrb' Notices. fl. MADARTHUR & CO., Cattle Silesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRN5DALE, GIPPSLANP j AUCTION SALkS conducted in any part of Gippsland»aud at Oroeo District | when eqoired. Lette and Te...

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INVENTOR OF THE SEWING MACHINE NEEDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

{NVENTOR OP THE SEWING MACHINE NEEDLE. j EKas Howe spent nearly all his money in experiments betore he dis covered where the eye of theneedlc of a sewing machine should bo lo cated. His original idea was to follow the modei of an ordinary ueedlc, and have the eye at the heel. It novel occurred to him th.a£ i\ should l>n pjuced near the point, and be might have failed altogether if he had not dreamt he was making a sewing ma chine fp,r ft s^vqge king in ft Strang* country. Just the same as when ht was awake, he felt that the nead!e'( eye was the chief difficulty. He thought the king gave hire twenty-four houra to complete the machine and make it sew. If it was not fluishe^ twenty-tour hohr£, he was t'p bo put' to, death. How v.qrk-. ed and worked, aud puzzled and puz zled, and finally gave it up. Th.u ht thought they were leading him to the place where ho was to ho exe cuted. He them noticed that the warriors carricd Hjne.?,^ wh(cl) v/eve l>lerccd uear the head.' Inatantiy tUV:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

r<§ For -Constipation, ^ jiiM Biliousness, Bad Breath, (p ^ ^ Headache, Indigestion. 1 A .' -?? . ' CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE' 7<u DALGEJY ltd°; HE WM ARRET, WOOL, GRAIN, <£- PRODUCE BROKEK&. . 3 TOOK AND STATION AQBNTS. FARMERS' SUPS k 8f ECIAUTT Wfion desired Clip* are'RoclaiiBed by Experto at a total cost or tmMi penny per lb. All Proihicu carefully Valued by Experts prior lo em . Olluntn given choice of nny Mnrket. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS Sale of LAND. STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW, BAIirtfc HIDES, FURS, BUTTER ar.d DAIRY PRODUCE. . Qulbell's Sheep Dip. *oirMT« BT>n Kemp's Patent Sheep Branding Llqi-w, A b Ull ) Worma Speclflco Sheep Drench. © - Nobel's Glasgow Exploitive* and Chllwortn t*3v»oeil3, O if if J o <?", 01"y 1 FSoti wjvt Beamed BroiracMfe Cere ? Those who have taken thio medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferero from Bronchitis, Cough> Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Sorenes...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS Ofv "Amforosiiio.") I Tim h:/.arro iii dress threatens to In* IMIIoll to | ho 1'oiV iJlis S O/IMWI, .nMV.S ,1 Vans export. Already wo .seo signs ol the t*\*tl in the newest and smartest models as s^'-n in tins city. Headgear in tho i<urn <it' skull caps with towering ii'grcttes. skills with tin exaggerated split tnmi tho i\vt, and bodices of day gown-*, cut so low as to Ih» almost de oolloto; and . tiir ^tolc.s twisted about 1110 inriti, and miilVs aro tho si/.o of pillows. At one slny 1 saw a walking gown (ft white velvet trimmed with hands of sable. Is not. thi<, the last word in extravagance? Now. I am no I'uritan as regards dress, l>nt I think that every woman should >uit h.r costume to her circumstances. Hi v.uvTo dress has charms, 1ml it must ho eivon its surrounding. An outre gown or liat which looks well when worn hv a smart woman in a motor.'s. ems out of phtec »m a middle-aged matron, or w lieu worn In a young u if,-...

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THE MODERN TREND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

T1IK MODICUM 'iUKND. Tlicvo is a trend oik; eaimot help no tioin" about present-day novels. 'Hie author used always to manuge to finish J,is liook up with till; "niurrie<l-uml liuppy-i'ver-al't'-'i". business; uoiv ho starts the boolc with the innrriugo anu devotes moat of the book to describing the subsequent trouble and strife.

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NIGHT WATCHMAN ATTACKED. GAGGED AND BOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

NIGHT WATCHMAN ATTACKED. UAUUKD AN1) BOUND. Still woak from liis injuries, u- night watchman told u dramatic atorv at West Ham recently of being attacked autl hound and gagged, whilst ho was looking after his ompjoyer'a property, in Lluj (look "were Joliu Elliott, coster monger; Daniel Johnson, clerk . ltobeu Sualca, and .lames Lott, labouror*. charged with burglariously bvoakinj.' and entering premises iirUrocn Streef, Upton 1*11 rk, and stealing jewellery val ued at .Cfc>0/10/, tho property of Wil liam Ilallam Norris, pawnbroker- and jeweller, They woro also charged wit.li causing grievous bodily harm to (.'eorgo Hobo, Uu» night watchman, - Accused ar . alleged to have gagged ami bound Kobe, who uas in charge of prosecut or's promise*, and by mean* of his kev lo have entered the shop. Of the joweJh'ry missing about £.*>() worth u«.s recovered, some being found on Scales ami some at his bouse, where KllioU and Johnson woro arre.st*-d. Scales was arrested by a constable, who «...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 17 March 1914

TURF TOPICS. (Hy "Klomington.") It is to hj regretted that (ho recent | V.K.C. Autumn meeting was not free from those objectionable features which ,somi to sicken the truo sportsman. In one race in particular at leant two dar ! injc "shunts'' were perpetrated without : any aetion being taken bv the stewards. One of the.so "pulls" was bo glaring that it is most astonishing that it was j missed by the autborilics. Probably ; this horse wiJJ come out H»»mvhm> di i reel I v ami win> .heavily backed. Then people will bo heard asking, " AVIi.it was ho doing at Klemington ¥'* ft was a "rent chance for the .'.stipendiaries' Jo strike a telling blow, hut thov mi.sv ed it. Mnre\ the pity, for while Ihese ihi:.g> are allowed to go unchal lengui, the "tricksters" will take ileart am! keep on doing it, So far as the juveniles that oanie un der review at the recent campaign an; concerned, it was a ease of Woornk an easy lir>l. That, however, Wonrak is really as far in Iront of Traquet...

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ADMNISTERING COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914

j AMMNISTHH1NG OUiMKIHT. I JVisuiHT; «ir; I'm .serving a; term in the penitentiary for a crime f ttcvvr oonunitted. Tho real criminal is sliU at large. I tell you, it's pretty tough I" "... 'Philanthropic Visitor: ''It ought not to hi.1. Tiie 'joke isn't on you; it's on tho jury that convicted you and tjic judge who sentenced you. The trouble with you, my friend, is that you dou't

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SULPHUR AND POTATO BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914

SULPHUR AND POTATO BLIGHT. JJuring the two seasons (says the .Mark Lane ftxpres*) experiments nave been directed to the dillicult gues lion of Jiii1 i 1:^5 some hicans ol freeing contaminated laud from tlio potato blight. Various applications were tried, .such {is an extra application ol .superphosphate, uji extra application of -uiphau' vi poiasJi, and of muriate 01 potash. in one plot each tuber was planted in a handful of wet sawdust, and another plot received flowers oi Mbpluir at Ih'j rale of 01 cut per acre. The h':\:l result was obtained with the siijphur, v. hero not only was the axn .- nnl of diMsu-c reduced to Jess than . me-hall 01 U>at in tho untreated plots, but the total yield was higher than in any other ea.se. This result confirms pivviou* experiments earned out at ChYden, which have always shown that Milphur adder! to the »oil increases tho yield of potatoes and diminishes tho attack of .'-cab. Similar results have Ik'ch obtained by workers elsewhere as' a-gards ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914

Harrison, Skn Miguel PROP, &TX>« CORK MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HOUSE FOB Brewers, Aerated 'Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All Articles used in the above trades. ?Note Address ""^FUNDFRS STREET, In otu«r words a lMouu.v-Saver evei v tiiuo um?i1.--.Siii'!I is tbu report of ii prominent Butter Kactcrv on tbu VEGA SEPARATOR. aii-l tho liu.st n! UiiMnimu'iKljitious. Buyers in nil direotimis endorse ibis report. ;uid i-oliiriturijy testily U> the high-class finish and simplicity of our 'nai-hiiu.-. which b:is qu.ckly jumped uto t'hu foremost pi Ion. No otlbur ?epr.ratt>r is to-dny ; sngerly sought iftor. Tliu Quality. ooupk'd nith our Prices, ?uuresi'i.t the BICST VM-UK IN A US IK ALIA. ]> J> 1 g . i2 Gall. £3 15 'u 55 Guli. £10 10 U 28 Gall. 7 0 0 SO Gall. 15 IS 0 Energotie Commission Auent.s W<uit«l. Write DEPARTMENT "K." Buckeye Harvester Co J1 lo 51' KltANCIS S I'. M IXHUtjHM I1.' doctors ...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER VI. THE COLONEL SPEAKS HIS MIND [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914

SERLH. STOKV HV ANNABEL GRAY. Ml.-' CJJtVin'ER VI. THE C'ULONI-I. SriOAK.s HIS SUND "Oh I love, oli! tire! Once Ho drew Willi one long kiss imv uiiolo soul through M\ lips, as ftJ 11 dnnkeih dew." Lwioro's relleetiuns dining this visa of the Colonel wen* ot a inixcil nature, thut gennrally a*sail HJI undeveloped human mind in . pre-onee oi striking novelties ot character and unto. "What (\in bo more uncertain than tiie hopes arid fair* that rule a young giri's con«i:iousiiC6&? Although sin had seen and hoard a good deal ol this world's wickedness, it was yet dilh cnlt t'rfr iier to realise that a large por tion of mankind wero heartless villains. The young trust instinctively, and was it likely that she could be altogethei uumowd by the glance* which dittetvd entirely from pour Philip's &ad, ador ing guKo y Instead of boliuving that this world was only^H'sort of experimental Inferno where e^l oftcu gob the best oi" it. bkf* would rather likeu it to a minia ture hr-av...

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