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METHODS OF WATERPROOFING [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

METHODS OF WATERPROOFING To waterproof cloth, lake e:.u,,l parts of alum, soap, mi l slivla and suflicient water. Mode : I i-; solve each .of the ingredients no. a rately in sullicient wafer to r.;n'c » tolerably strong solutim. Thin n.is all together, anil with a rtpm.-o thor oughly imbue the elotli on the. wr. 11; side. After this, dry the. tlolh, ami then brush it well, lir.-t v illi (ii-.y brush and afterwards with a brush dipped lightly in a little water. To waterproof woollen clo'.h. ivm'ir after the following mamar two .-o lutions in two separate ycssi 1;. ' First, dissolve lib. of sugav ol la! ill one gallon of water. Seeu-id, <i s solve lib. of alum in one f.nUi.n ol water. Dip, the cloth to l:c r.'.al. waterproof first in the i-ol-it'i n ol lead, and, when nearly dry, <li;> it .'i the solution of alum : llun dry il in the air or before the l:r\ Thi< process is very effectual, and itn-a;. be used for coats and oth;-r ^n ments even after m...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FIRST RESTAURANT, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

THE FIRST RESTAURANT, A Paris journalist searcbiug . some old records lias made an amusing discovery. The first restaurant is quite a modern invention.- "It w^s founded by aft 'nij-keeper nameij Boii langer during;; the' last year's oi t|e reign of Lo.uis XV. ' before t|)er(i werb any restaurants, places, that it=, wh;ro cne could or der meals a la carte, travellers were obliged to feed at the cabaret, where th3 customer brought bis oivn vly h wan Cuakeu for a fee; and the landlord supplied ; the wine. . . ' 'lhrfe was also 1 the truiteur " which was the iereru'auer of the' Swiss table ij hotel Ttiere, liptil 1772/ meals were served' at.seated tioieK to a fl*«J aumbfj: p{ people, whet, R3 tlie old chronicler . writes,. '.'.weyo forced to cat according.tp tlio,land lord's taste., whether they would bo pleased or not, or else go. hungry." A!t:r the table d'hote, one' or two iiistquou.'i epu|s sfarte<| cubies tor afi 'had twelve giiests;'serring dil feritit "bills of fare at...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

A LEADING AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC SCHOOL | TEACHER RECOMMENDS CLEMENTS j . Mr. A. H. Dakin, wan formerly :j in ihe Government Education ; Dept.,N.S.Wales,as chief school- .: maiter on board the train'ng ship : "Sobraon." Thousands of Aus- ?. tralian lads owe their scholastic p. attainments and successes in life to ;; the careful educational and moral r training received at his hands, j Mr. Dakin writes of Clements ; Tonic thus:- ti 29 Lylllolon Street, j/ Nib. Sydney, 5, l/l I. " CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. j; "As a brain and nei'Ve - medicine I recommend ' Clements Tonic as being su- ) perior in my opinion to any j other medicine that can be I bought for money. I have 5" often suffered from nervous I headache coupled with that 5 condition of being run-down \ 'and used up so common j among those whose occupa- 5 tions are of a clerical char- i acter. NeVer? have 1 found ? Clements to fail to produce a | perfect condition of nerve health." >: (Signed) A. H. DAKIN. i Men in all ranks of life and ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambrusino,") Tho most becoming way of wearing tho hail foi- littlo 1'iiildi'uii from jivo to ten years. of age, is to Jeavu it hangiug oil tho shoulders, and only taatonoU by a velvet clasuo, i»»- a rib bon matching the die.-,, wiu... sur rounds tho head ana finishes at one fiido in a rcKytto or a knot. Some times tho h.iir r.> divided by a parting cither in tho middle er <>n\mo sido ot tho head, and is kept back by a wide .ribbon. From Un to litt.^n, this most popular coii'unv is iho "cutogau," which con.-usts of a phut tunad up twico and lasiened on the napo of tho neck lv .. two invy,: r.bbou k-v >. Tne frihj>> on 'mo io;ci . a -real <iea],-and m.-'ut a youthful faco. Thero is an air of distinction and rehnement in tho tailored miu* m Pa ris showrooms just now tmio commends thorn, to thu Mnait mouda.no. Tho models are of gr< at anoie-t, especially when it is renumbered thai those aro never slavishly eop.ed, bu...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEACHER FOUND OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

TEACHER FOUND OUT. "Twice times two,' said little Vera to her pet rabbit. Receiving no re ply, sho went on: "Seven fours," "Six eights," still no reply. "Ah 1 .1 knew teacher was tolling lies when sho said that rabbits multi plied quickly."

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEARN TO BE SILENT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

LEARN TO BE SILENT. Tlio art of living successfully with others, liko most othor arts, depends chieily on tho art of omission. By restricting our words and actions, or Jet us say words, for aotions are of comparatively little importance, tho chief offences would bo avoided.. Tho first tliingi needful is to learn to bo quiet. It is the foundation for self-commapd of all kinds. Tho first step to speaking well is to know how to keep silent. In this way it comes at last to tho Ego itself, and not the body or tho temperament whioh con ducts our share of tho conversation. To say tho right thing at tho right moment, to tho right person, is per fection, yet on the lower and moro ac tesy of whi'oh popularity is tho acknow ledgment.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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FIGHT WITH AN OCTOPUS. DIVER GRIPPED BY A DEVIL FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

FIGHT WITH AN OCTOPUS. DIVER GUI PL'ED BY A DEVIL FISH. All nmnz'ng story wh'reli might have come from the pen of Jules' Verhe is reported from Toulon, where a divei lias had a fi^rhfc, uii.ich nearly proved fatal, with a giant octopus. While Diver I.edii was un.lor water in the floating docl^ of tlie arsenal he suddenly saw the approach of a ma rine monster, In n moment its long tentacles were svo'.ml about him, but not before he manured to give the signal to be raited to the sur face. He was lifted on to a iloat unconscious, and the tentacles of the octopus hail to be cut from the man's body, the monster refusing tc abandon its prey, When measured, the creature's ten tacles were found to be thirty-three feet Ion?;. ?. . Describing the adventure, , Ledu Laid I v.-int dov.n without my dagger because I felt safe in the floating dock I had been under water fif tein minutes when I noticed i;n un usual movement, and taw with hor ror that 1 had to deal with a giant deiil-Csh. It immediat...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. T. P. O'CONNOR'S MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

MR. T, P. O'CONNOR'S MAXIMS. I have been in Homo negotiations, but that .Is another story ; and tjio time Is not yej rlpo for saying any thing oC them or ot my own small and modest share In tliein. But I may lie permitted to wind up this article with a !ew mottoes which my experience 1ms taught me as useful to all negotiators . 1. Never lose your temper, 2. Never lose patience. 3. Most ot men's differences turn ultimately on misunderstanding ; on words ; and on temper or tempera ment ; therefore (a) Keep on discussing as long ds you can. (b) Ot to the root ol the differ ence and exhaust every possibility o' 'f.nding n formula.. (c) Forget yourself. Take 'tie thought, of your personal pride oi dignity, or humiliations, or disap pointments. It is these tilings that help towards the personal collisions whith create political difference od the part oi others, and it is youi business to compose these personal susceptibilities by having done o is a factor in your negotiations' tc your own...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A POLICE BLUNDER. MISTAKEN IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

A POLICE BLUNDER. MISTAKEN IDENTITY. ' kaf ? There wi*a " bozz °* r*°"r ! fin llio Ci>y Court, on Stturday "T ihn until" of John Hen'y Sparks ?] railed »nd the U3U'11 b'"ly "f C0Urt '?««« craned 'I'"1- "0C)B e*Pect '>h [(iwnrflfl tho prisoner. .niddlt-ncd. "1,orr> aturdlly-huilr. ' willi » olear shaven, though l^ll'or wrinkle tac(!' vpry ,nu°!,1tan ?r1' |,v 1)10 Ml", onrf Rurmounted by a !"V ,,f Cri<p, d-rk ll.lr, BtPpped '?!I. into tho dock. Ho did not ^inl.o ill n,,,i *>" Pinilrrl .n*","' oftfrinnd. If ho had any :r0ji^''rif'w''^Th,y,ice!?'0" j having <-sc4p-d from lpCal ThB bench cnM-tni «.f Mr P. t"1IPII P.M.. "n(1 M''"*T- °"M"'P»'k 'Ld Litliatn Dr. Cufoitlen, J'-.P. '? Mr Ch'"- Birnt'K, wl><> »pp">»ml I,,; ,ccu-ed, siiid that. lie w« .not. .igLitp, Ih-t bn 8tr,,nuoasy,,e 'olfd ihV cli»rBP . i Tmpecior ICennen'y i. w, are coinC Sin «'k your wnrKhips to difclnrao this L,n. A miHinkc has evidently beej, T IMective Burvot.t said...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

RECEIPT AND' PAY-OFFICE. Tito following accounts nro lying at the B«b-trooBiiry i J, lliclicy, J, T. Lcwington, }!' I j

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. V,at3uyVEn^AV tSiltfhqH-Frld.'.y, January .I: Tmnlib Oipssitig 7 30. Bunday. January U: Hnaay 11, Swift's Creek 2 30» Oflico i®f Key. K, w. JforQWt '' Vi i i ^ v . i ' best guido books published in Victoria* la st itorc8 aud fct itiODora»***

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GRIFFITHS RETURNED TO OMEO. INDIGNANT AT TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

GRIFFITHS RETURNED TO OMEO. IS DIONANT "XT~~TR E ATM EN T. ! Griffiths returned to Omeo OD Wtdnraday evening and ejtprPBSrd himself as being extremely indignant at tbo manner in which ha bad been treated, Ue said that when (ie got to llelbourno'iv number of \»aVdersv wefe lirouiihii 'to idi nVify him and' not one o| tjirm could'i'ay t|i»'i ho bore any I'l ff'fjilblnpcp to tjlB p6pappd ni»n. ft ifctivn gutter, thepoter print) expert, | Sal(' Prifljihs iyaspo flioro^lifee Spa^a fe than hn himself -Vap, ^There vJfre p certain marks on'the hodj'1 of Sparks g which fbould have left no doubt, as n I means of identification, and be (Gtif | ii'h8) had rob one of thein, 00 had I oo ppou on his bac{[ or a lilfnd boil on I uis thigh,' And Sfforka had' two prc I ininetit) vaccination Uurka on his arm I tM'® t'B PPyPf 'beett "apaipated. I According' to priffiths, Cuief Commie' I Ejofier Sainsbnry said that ^hia case » was i[io biggest bh]oder :madp by l!)° H' 'flMinfi l.!_ A>nr,>!n«nn mlll...

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CASSILIS ANNUAL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

CASS1LIS j Fuoa .?OU.'V'COKBESPONDKNTJ ANNUAL WCMV The UASSIIis annual picnic was Iield nb tl>? ^ppreation reserve on New Year's D<y, and altfjoijgl; tfee wralter wqb liot lliRrc was a good attendance. Tho lotjjeu' committee worked hard in attending to tl)X! V">pt8 of the children, iliero being nujple provisions for all. Mr, Medhurs", the secotsry, put) the children through u series of faoLrnce?, aud they thorough'y appreciated the efforts of the committee to give them a very enjoyable day's outing. Tho -bill in .the .esftyifng yes well patronised, about 40 couples enjoying ihfijfl^'lyfs [? tho music provided by Mr. illinuhin r,n<) if r. J. Iferitsigp, IVO'-j) CHOfl'fNlJ, A chopplu;. oou'eati wns held at Tongio Wist oil New Year's Eve (or a tnveopsUkea of 5j. canli, with £1 1°, added M*. D. lauey. The double, both otsodinfj end l»ying blocks, was won by O; './yfie.'. < .CHUKOT. The r&tijra (OH-Ii, v: Towj}( was played 011 tho reercutjof...

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

fHE OMEG STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. A man named John Whito, 21 inches iu bright, dud in England hat week. The Knaay races on New Years' Day were a great mccose, but- the report has not yet come'to hand. The death is announced at Perth of Thomas Du^gin, aged 92, the Ins*, but on»* of sixty Fenians who were tran^poited 10 Australia in 1SGS. Miner* are wanted for the Maude mine at Glen Wills. They have good alone tc*dy to betaken out. but nro not able to do i» for want of tullicient men. The Mount Wills races will be held tn« d-»y (Friday) nt in* GUn Wills rftc>*course ThV events «ro well filled with nomination" and eo a good meeting should rosult, At Cistlemaine last work in a high jump ing contest, Mr <> Msutm'fl Sandy jumped 7ft. 2£in.-a record for Australia The measuicment has been well authenticated. it ia understood rHat a sale of the En*ay Station propel ty Ins brwu definitely or* ranged with a syndicate of financiers, whoir first b...

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HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH AUI1)& Few people V>09u)ea pbysjoiqns ro£j I'me kho iojporUnp# oj' keening j^tja food pnntfjnja of'jha. gtoffjaqH ft«0 fromaaidfargientatipp. Healthy nor mal (ligHsli.m oaimpl taka plaoa whilo the dolinata 'lining of thq Bto tiinch ia being Itiflutnod and distended hy aoid and wind-tho results of far wonting food In {.-bo Bj.oroao}(. Tq aroui-o porfecl digceltion, fernrtrftatioii iiiu.it be e'i>])(ied or'prevented, atdillb aoid bcutraliaed. For this purpbaa a' lUtli bieiiriitec^ rndgiitaja from ih(S ehomiet and tilling half a 't'eaflpoonful in a! li(tlo bo'| or cM^ wijtej' itriljio; djatojy offer &a'irig, 'i'iipy rejoin? tppi)4 biuwatoi magnesia beotiusa it ia pieasent io tako, tia|. do uiaagtea abl» after offecla, and instantly atopa furinetitivion, ntu'rnliaea lha acid and raabpa fhe s >tyr aiiid food blund,'a«re'4i! tfod oaeOy djgeqtod. 'flia raguiar use of bisurated mag noala-bo eura jou go: the biaurattd, aa other Mud...

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OMEO SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 9 January 1914

uMKU SHI KB COUNCIL 4. TUESDAY, JANUARY G, 1911. Pi. S'lit: CiMii.mllorji Riekarda (pr> uli'ii'), B.imiKy, Gluse, It tigers, tfr..i.l, P-ii»«nn mid Ilutton DHVUTATIONS. The Stni)(lin« Uiitiira wprn susppn <ri) in »lliiw nf (lie hearing of theftil .owinij (fi piitxiimiH : Messrs II. William nnrt W. II. F*iiliful proii'8'rd i<n»insr. tlin iiniomn vtii«h had been pa-sod tor repairing hi* Biiiyo r.'ivf. William saiii that i>.. k-ii»<ii>'iT Imi itmtruo'fl:! him f<> i'o i hn ivurk, l>ut h'd Mitisi-qwn'ly st.Ht..Mi lint, li.' ti.til I-' u contract to Faitlifn . I A'uli.in c* »iimM that! l\t» had dime »orlt n(t in £20 according to tin' in : iitmciioiig of ilui entjiiiHGr, Faithful Hniit that tie had tint undori 'iUi'ti to it" ilii! wo>4c, and hid not sienpd nny contract to do so, although lie admi - ti'd receiving specifications f-oin tin cnginr.pr. He had worked for Wit,limn, as Witham could not Imvo done tin' work without him, ...

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

Mer^haab, Ja/ it *3 t Omeo. ' Telephone Nm 8 Has a Carefully Selected' Stock of BBST QUALITY CUTLERY,: ELECTROPLATE, BTC.1 To Select Useful Christmas Presents From. DAVID EAKINS. Auctioneers' Notices. A. MAG ARTHUR & 00., Oattle Salesmen, Stock and Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIPPSLANP AUCTION SALES conducted in anj- (>art of Gippslaud . and at Omco District tvheu eqaired. Lotto and Tolegrams quickly answered Auotlonccr for the Firm A. N, MAOARTHUK, Who Conducts all Auction Holes and Superintends all Business of tho Firm . District Representative : H. M'MXLLAN. SWIFT'S CREEK M. DAVINE, . . D.A. L.L.B. BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR. WARRAG-UL. Formerly of Omeo.) W. H. C00MBES, Ooachbuilder and Wheelwright. ENSAY, ALL KINDS OF VEHICLES MADE ON THE PREMISES. Vehicles Bought and Exchanged. Estimates given for all classes of Dwelling?. SIDEBOARDS, DRESSERS, SAFES, TANKS Made on the Premises. Address-NEAR ESSAY STORK, ENSAY" OMEO PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO <gr Got your Ph...

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FACTS ABOUT THE SILO. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

FACTS ABOUT THE SILO. Twenty years' experience in the use of the silo has brought about somo faots about which one and all are ag reed : 1.-That a large aiuouut of health ful cattle food can be preserved in the silo in better condition, with less ex pense of labor and land, than by auy other method known. 2. That silage conies nearer being a perfect substitute for the suoculeut food of the pasture than any other food that can bo had in the winter. 3. Thirty pounds a day is enough silago for an average sized Jersey cow. Larger cattlo will eat more. 4. A cubio foot of silage froiu tJbo middle of a medium sized silo will av erage about 451b weight. 5. For 182 days, or half a year, an overage Jersey cow will require about six tons of silage-, allowing for.unavoid able waste. 6. The circular silo, made of good hardwood staves, is cheapest and best. 7. Fifteen feet is a good diameter, and 20 feet a good depth. Suoh a silo will hold about 200 tons of silage, cut into half inch lengths. 8. ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

MELBOURNE LET7EB - (From our Special Correspondent.) A .section of the metropolitan press hu* taken upon itself to point out the faults uud ladings of the police iorce. Tho much-enduring constable is accused of all sorts of delinquencies -chief among them being, apparently, a Jack of the Oheatorfieldiau manner in moving on the garrulous folk that block the sidewalk* in tho principal thoruughtares and the sensitive young things who make "uuder tho clocks" their place of assignation-or perhaps we had better call it their rendezvous. The "cup" is perhaps no bettor than he should be-especially tho younger brigade of him-but that is probably more tho fault of the system tJhan anything else. This .most important branch ut the public service should bo the Jnost attractive, but it is not. The pay, compared with the ruling rates of remuneration nowadays, is paltry, and the work is onerous and ofton dangerous. Instead oi decrying th& police, and thus encouraging the uu* desirable ek-i...

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QUARREL COST A LIFE. OWNERSHIP OF PAIR OF PLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 13 January 1914

QUARREL COST A LIFE. OWNERSHIP OF PAIR OF PLIERS. Over a pair of pliors a quarrol took plneo, which resulted on tlio alios>1 murder of Charles Johnson, ft dock !a boror. Tho man was found blccdi jg from a torriblo gnsh in tlio throat in London, aud lie expired shortly aftor staggering to a surgery. Sub I sequontly, John Griffn, or Griffiths, a dart-board maker, surrendered to uho polico, aud was charged with murder. Events that led up to tho tragedy wore describod at tho inquost by Charles Henry Hart, an ablo seaman. Witness said ho was in tho kitchen when Griffin oamq in, and walking i p to Johnson said "Where's my pair of pliors?" Johnson replied "I dont know whore tho pliers aro." Then John son and Griffin wont out together wrangling. Witness heard Johnson say, "Thoy'ro not worth throeponco," and Griffin replied, "I don't caro wno thor thoy'ro worth a quid, I want tLein." About four or fivo minutes afterwords ho saw them standing to gether, still wrangling, in St Ann.) ' streo...

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