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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
I CUM "ill siimwi On Face, Hands and Legs, Ashamed to Take Children Out, Looked Dreadful, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment, In Fortnight Quite Free from Sores. 127 I'.ny !Mrc Melbourne. Vic. "Solium time si^o my two children wore suf fering front very nasty sores on faec, hands s*ml Irss. I tried various remedies without any tfood remits. Seeing n testimo nial in "Ar;o," a'caso tho same as Ills being cured by Ciuietira, Ointinont and fioap. I obtained soma or Uii'so and started to uso II Vi:v' tiiciu. 1 first mado a strong 1 ' ' ' ' Uu'.ut of Cuticura. Soap ami liot wnfT, bathed sore* well with it and applied Culi'-'.tra Ointment on clean ra£. X Jiavo mueii pleasure in informing ymrthab In a fortnight lUey v.ero cjuUo i'reo from sores. Bufuvo I Iriwl Ontieura Soap and Ointment I v;as really ashamed to take tho phlidrcn out. They looked .dreadful tuul llio neighbours were afraid to let UtpirllUlo ones play with mine, in caso they got sores Also. 1 think Cuthmra ipiendld also for tho i...
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. Ho careful to have tho right percen tage of acid in tho milk for the parti cular kind of ehce.se being made belWo adding tho rennet. It is also im portant to havo tho millc at a suit able renncting temperature, as upon theso two factors and the proportion of rennet" added will depend tho stato of the resulting curd. When the substance in which bac teria aro prwuMit is heated to a high temperature they turn to ^spores, and in this form retain their vitality for a very Jong time. These .spores cannot develop into bacteria until tho sub stanoo in which they arc is at n fovar ablo temperature and contains a con siderable proportion of moisture. Tho cream that has risen on tho milk overnight must bo skimmed off and warmed up to about iOUdcg. i'\ When the milk in tho vat has been warmed up the cream should ho added to it and well stirred in. If tho crcam is not first removed and warmed up it cannot bo got to mix thoroughly with tho milk. At the end of the eheesmaking s...
MARKETS AND SALES. GIPPSLAND STOCK REPORTS BAIRNSDALE. Saturday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
MAltKETS AND SALKS OI!>[\SI,A.MO -HTOUK RBI'ORTS 13 AHiM8D.\I,H. Siituiiluy, Mnrch 1-i. Miwhm A. llfA(7.nTrum anuCo report i Fat C.itllo. - Wo hud n v«ry full yarding, on lIn ftb-nv dtte, utid p'ieoa wero fiun at Uol, wctUa' mtfs. The fjuility fonraul wa« very «iud tlie yirdini: ^oneially wna ntic of (lie* J)u-l f ii' u lonjj time. S.ileq ; covvu to £8 U« Imt'oohrt lo £8 17J to iM I«. Store cows. - Kvory pen filt.-d, nnd r»l moil, cvuiy licast t-ol-I lit full prieov Tho &lt;11y neither evidently inado no dilTernico t»pricr"-, T3idd nga «cro bride nnd n good umny h*ft still wanting eatlle. (Joed young c-ittlo' of qmility were much ir.qturd for, mid we can place n number nt n: full prices, Sheep.-Uemniid good, not\vh h fltimdii g tho n»nny complninis of wont of \v:Uer nnd fiMM, hu-.h litis etc Hent Inconerft i'i very ^ood rrrjueU at prices fully up to ai.y ruling thia tenann hut in ferior and nil olnuf-ca of atores arc ei-sior.
EFFECTIVE SHEEP DIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
EFFECTIVE SHEEP DIPPING. Tlio chief inspeotor of stock in South Australia points out that "there is abundant proof that only poisonous powder dips effectually destroy vornuu, anil give n reasonable period, or protec tion from re-infection. It is the boast .of many that they have put large nn"1 bers of sheep through tlio dipping «atu* at a rapid rate. Such a method ot dipping must bo condemned as wasteful and inelfctivo, because sheep dipped m this wanner soon become reinfected. Owners must abandon the hurry-sKurry method, and seo that sheep are soahed for not less than one minute. All must roaliso that carbolic dipping fluids will not destroy lice or nifovd any histmg protection agiannt ro-infcction. Hie annual loss to owners who liuvo neg lected to keep their flocks clean lias beon immense.
WAISTCOAT-POCKET LIFESAVERS. WONDERFUL LIFEBUOYS, LIFEBELTS, AND MATTRESS-RAFTS HAVE ALL BEEN PATENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
WAISTCOAT-POCKET LIKE SAVERS. I -f. WONDERFUL LIFEBUOYS,' UKR BELTS, AND MATTRBU8-1UFTS HAVE ALL BEEN PATENTED. lSvcry big shipwreck brings forward a number of inventor.1) who have dis covered an absolutely perfect met bod 01 saving life at sea. Needles to .say, nine-tenths of these inventions are utterly useless. Most inventors have turned their energies to making a ship unsin'; nble\ In fact, the ideas for unsink able ships are simply legion. When the ill-fated Drumniond Castle went down olf Ushant, drowning every soul save two, a Fre-iv-h engineer cmno forward with a scheme [or ma'-.ing ships im linkable, no matter how much damage they had sustained. Mis idea was to have a number of waterproof, air-tight bags n'ta'hed to reoeptncles containing cai'lide, As soon as water enters the ship an I wets tlie carbide volumes of acety lene gns are produced, tuning tlu gas-tight 1-ags into batleions. E-.'en if the ship was completely water logged, it was stated that thesj 1 ag.-i would bo s...
NEW WIRELESS WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
NEW WIRELESS WONDERS. The "wireless comings" or direction tinder, murks almost a* great, u step forward in tlio new era of navigation* as the discovery of the ordinary com pass did in the old. An oliicial at Marconi House stated recently that there were two ways in which the new invention would be of great use. Sup posing that a cargo slup had broken down and was adrift in mid-ocean, if, owing to cloudy or foggy weather, sun, moon, and stars had not beon visible l'or two or three days, the captain would not know exactly where lie was*. Ho could not tell by wireless to any would-bo rescuer precisely in which direction to steam. Hut if a ship fitted with a direction finder came along then she would bo able to iind out where fch-o vessel io distress was in relation to herself, and so he able to race to the rescue, so long as sho re ceived signals. The seoond. principal use for the finder was that of discover ing a sliip'b position with regard to any coast station. When approaching tins...
TRAINING A DERBY WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
IKAINING A DERBY WINNER. | rt - Hlc n"'''y "-inner flashes past ,rn,bnnm:,S"P°8t 0t EpTm «Tw a mn lemonium of cheers from " thousand throats, there aro J",' ,,vl,° nre the proudest in i Inland ; his owner, who lias at '""^ount and 01ympic Stake," to win w!lich ni n man has faced mf" t .. &lt; iim i"", , 111 amI dishonour; the jockey, who has reached the pin »«clo of his ambition, lakeB ^ ' nm°ng the immortals of the whose" M and 0,0 h0ri;°'S trniner' e, 1 ".t nU1' WUl anXi?tics "rc «°W>* turf supreme laurels of the ik iS th° OWnCr an(1 the iockey nrc tLn"mCf nI'C 0,1 "" Hps' nnd wl,° no the centre 0f congratulatory or ? lsmK crowds. Scarcely one in i-n J VS&lt; ° "a'"c of Ul° trainer ar m°"> «""! to any other . tl'e fi nits of victory are due. Few, mood, rcnli.,e Ulc work of traimiiB, n candidate for. the Derby, of !>nn;,mg ? the horse to the start ing-point tuned to the last pitch of Perfection in wind and speed, muscle and staying power ; or the anxieties ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
Ha ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ '7' ^ 1 THEY DECLARE IT TO BE THE ONE MEDICINE THAT GIVES NEW VITALITY AND LIFE. 9 Lmillev Httcct, rurth. J-1 5,J2. CLEMENTS" TONIC LTD. "As a nurse I have seen Clements 'i onic do so much good amongst my patients, it is my duty to state these facts. I have proscribed it uuen and in every ease it soothes the patient, it gives refreshing sleep, creates a desire for food, and IT HELPS THE FOOD TO DIGEST. The patients become bright and cheerful after its use. As a j health restorer I say Clements j Tonic HAS NO EQUAL. (Signed) j NURSE LINNDEBERG." Tlic Rev. I. I IOSKlNG. D.D.. Minis ter of ihc Conyi'cjjatiuii.il Mission Church, Hlzroy, Melbourne, writes : - "I suffered front Nervous Prostra tion, Insomnia, nnd Nervous Mend aches. Oo« bottle of CLEMENTS TONIC put mo right, and wai worth its weight in gold." These are leltersthat every mail and wooiah sh-uiltl read foul act upon. This reinfdy is the Mand.od Australia!) hhwd oimI nerve ic^cne* iviior. ami no unhealthy man o...
A SIMPLE CURE FOR INDIGESTION. HOW A READER OBTAINED WONDERFUL AND IMMEDIATE RELIEF FROM AN ORDINARY ANTACID. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
A SMPLK CUKE FOR 1NDIQE8TION HOW A RKADKR OliTAJN'Ki) WON DEHIfUL AND IMMEDIATE HKLIKF FROM AN ORDINARY ANTACID. Suli^rB ffoip iflu'igaiiijqD v,ill be in interested ill a len«-f written by Mr H, Cuddeford, GO, Oeor^n Street, Emtnu J/)iir)Qn, wEio, having nuffnrrd terribly from stomach trouble quickly cured himsolf by a sample remedy. Mr (Juddlefard ^writes : " I li'vo suU-jred vyith iu diRostion ond coueiipition f:>r over five yours, ond it (l is fcpet), qatiiuj! worse every yoar, this lust twelve months I have suffered dreadful p^io. I httvo been attending .1 doctor f.ir ye'irs, but I jzob no better. I Imve alsp heen at attondiug Middlesex Hospitml, Btill I i>ot> no bettor, food I d iro not louoli ; I hpgun to qeb properly run down ; I could nob continue my wort; I tried remedies of every kind, but; of no use; in facti, I often wished tnyjelf dead, I wag loo';int; at a piper onti d»y, and I saw biaurated magnesia recommended for indigestion and stomach troubles, ao I thoue...
THE MARGARINE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
THE MARGARINE TRADE. A sub-leader in tho London "Grocer'' of recent date says:-Tlio chilly wea ther will serve to remind grocers that tlio margarine trade should now receive their special attention, amf that they ought to uiako a determined ell'ort to do more of it. This trade must not become tho monopoly of tho few. Sumo good work was accomplished last win ter by family grocers in developing their margarine trade, and still more is pos sible during the cuining months* Tho more margarine tlio grocery nro able to sell, tho less can multiple-shop firms af ford to out prices of tea and butter. A hugo turnover in margarine enables them to do that, and to spoil two of the grocers' best lines. Nearly all of the.-io linns concenlnito on tho iloublo weight margarines at 1/ or 1/G per lb, and a good number of privato firms having branch shops are vigorously pushing double overweight, whilst many family grocers have been agreeably sur prised at tho growth of their trade in this ijiialiiy. Gro...
OMEO PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
UMtil) PLAINS | FROM OUR (JORRKBPONDENT, ] While cuMinq blackberries Insti Wf'flc Mr A. H. Dyrr, of MornRa Orprfr, was bifcten on thn tniddln finder by o N\ri»o brown an-tlce, Kno-vinij . tlv reptilfl to bn vpnomous, iMr Dyer'* companion Mr Fr^.l Boucher, promptly ligatured th&lt;« fitii4«»rt and with some difficulty huccocI'm! in scarifying tin wound by means of »n old, blunt pocta-lnnfe, wlihfi \v\$ tho only in strument) ftV'wUbl&lt;\ Tho two men iliRn procopdnd to tho homeatnad, ftoino milns distant, whore tho fins»i»r w»»s snclcod by a pet) c*lf; riftor which Mr Dynr Iob? no I'm' in Hrcurin^ median! advicp. Though still conscious of o flli«hfi BtilTiUMM in thn limb?, (V r Dytir is now rocovnrin!.!:. Anorh:»r nccidmi') which mii»hti hive ondod f-iully sv^savortcd hy Con^tahio Sturlcpy como d*ys ago, Sjiiv* of ihn hoys of tho towns-hip wer&lt;> bathing in t-he »pot known as Gihsun's d-un, whan ono of tho youn^nr children, unnoticed hy tho o'li^r*, got ou...
DEMAND FOR FRUIT IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
DEMAND FOR FRUIT IN EUROPE. Professor Wiolison, of the University of California, who Una recently returned from an official visit to tho Old World says llicto is no hope of tlio old coun tries ever producing sullioiont fruit for their own requirements, Coming lrom an irresponsible writer, such n statement might bo regarded as ex ? tnivagant, bm tho reputation of Pro fosor Wickson as author of a standard work on fruit-growing and Editor of tho Paoifio Kuril! I'ress is too high for a statement of his to.bo pabsod lightly by. In an editorial note, Jjo expres ses bis satisfaction at finding on bis rot-urnf that tho fruit industry in his tm'li stato is still buoyant, and" goes un !i> *ayi-"Tilis impresses us all tbo inoru after .seeing how short the old countries and this Country cost of the rooky mountains aru of thoir needs in producing fruit locally and in tlio iiopo of ever doing it. Wo did not sco l'ruit enough to fatisfv -i^ninngooso in -all our tiavelv. .,f tiio critic says we ...
THE TRIUMPH OF MARGARINE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
THE TRIUMPH OF MARGARINE. Tlio seriousness to the colonial far mui' uf the 'increasing substitution of margarine for butter is made clear iu a letter from Mr H. Campbell Jones, in "The Times," Mr Jones emphasis es the success of the manufacturers iu eliminating tho distinctive tasto of inargariue. Only yesterday, margar ine was regarded as an unpleasant urt iole of diet, eaten only by tho poor. It was pleasant neither to tlio galato nor the oyo. llut tho chemist iu the employ of tho manufacturer has work ed so skilfully that to-day even ex perts were deceived. Tho average man will assert confidently that he cannot eat margarine, and that it could not be palmed otf on him, but it is quite probable that he eats it frequently, without recognising it. An Australian butter expert who recontly visited a margarine faotory was astonished to lind that the product of animal fats and coeoanut was not at all unpleasant, and that even his skill iu sampling but ter could not detect it from good b...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
; -MELBOURNE LETTER (From Our Special Correspondent) . "VVlio shall longer ooutend that wo men should not hsiv© a say in the niak 01 Jaw*, timl yenerafry rogufctting" matters pertaining to the public wealY 1 no fourteenth annua) conference of tho Australasian Wo/uonV* Association has -allow u them capablo of taking very sauu .viows of questions that are iu the forelront of progressive measures for tin* betterment of poople and institu lions. Kugpivca, than which there is nothing more important among the developments of modern striving for greater efficiency was bandied 111 a yommendably oommou sense manner. Tho need for n wider knowledge of tho ravages of a disease which is rospou sibhj for tho condition of 75 por cent, ot thy inmates of Victorian asylums, and which in other respects contributes to an immeasurable extent to tho rnis im'.V and imfttncss of humanity, wo.s re cognised by these ladies. And there were many other similar matters (lis &lt;russed, and the discussion...
THIS OMEO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
; THIS OMEO RACES. It looks naif tho district) will hnvo to wai& another yeir or two, until tho pcoplo are raorn prosperous and thero in nt) incrons" of population, before it, oin hope to ran n Rood mce menting. ID is quite evident thati tlio ylorios of pisb rucr-mmting succeKses cmnot. be revived while there is only one dxy's programme provided ; for tho distances »ro BO urn'it and the roids BO rou«li t>i travel racehorses up-in that ib is not worth wlnlo fur muciiiera (o brina; tjood horses for one day alone ; . and oven wliijo wo cnntinuid tho t.wc-diy'* Dieetin? there was a meady decroise in put^ide nominations durinsj the past, fcvy years. The comtniMee have shown n Kj-eatdnal of pluck in trying to keep till) Murcli races alive, mid when they found they could nob continun to take the heavy financial risk of running a (nsrc-day meeiinq they decided this year to 860 what could bn dono with on&lt;" day. They undo up n pood pro gramme with n sufficiently bit; pri...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 20 March 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Chuhoh I»f Kkoi,and,-Sundny, March 22 Onuso 11, (11,0.), 3, ami 7.30, Rev. O. H. Duvliu. I'urwytkuian Ojjuwm-Sunday, March 22; Toufjio Wc*t 11, - wift'a Cr^tls ?.80. Omeo 7 30, Hov W G Jfrmm, « I J "':V *' Aprons the Alps to Omeo." One o! the most bojuufu} guide-books published iu Viotoria, Of>e OhilHng at all otationen an# . ator^koopo^-J^'. « »* -a ? f-.t ^