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IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO CROPS. Experiments conducted fur tlio past fourteen years have led to DJO follow ing conclusions of interest- to tho prac tical farmer in the matter of rotation of crop*. Potatoes require tho least water. and leave tho Fubsoi) rich in moisture. They therefore leave ' tJio soil in a more favorablo condition lor sub-fluent crops, pYovided that i!i*? ^otti*ig in of tho potatoe-} hp not un duly delayed and that nitrogen ho add ed to the soil in n readily assimilable form. Pea;s are another crop which fc'^orh litt-lo inoisturo from tho soil; oats, on Die other hand, tako up much. As far as the moisture of the soil is colt er-rued, it i.s better to grow wheat nflvr rye than ryo after wheat-. Clover ex hausts.the moisture of tho soil in th^ highest degree. Thus in, dry years, i crop soiyjj after clover will find tho con ditions of the soil unfavourable and will develop slowly.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CUMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

CUMMORWEALTH PATENTS. j i"h»» Commissioner of patents. Mel ! bountc, has <)eoitic<3 to accept t/io ap plication tor completo patents of tho uudct mentioned applicants, whose pa tent attorneys aro Messrs. 0. (i. Turn vt Co.., of the Kialto, <19U Collins St., .M ^lltiuirn;': Thomas 1). Smith, Queensland. Teic.copie Mast-to he used with ma rine buoys etc. Mr. Smith is now lining facilities given him by tho St. Kiida Yacht Club, so that he may e-on ! duet certain experiments in which -the i Government has exhibited much in terest. The club has made hiiri a I honorary member. A. J. Allard, Richmond, Virginia, j United State's.-Railway IJIocks, Sig nalling, 1'jicctric Systems, two inven tions. J. Guerrero, of L'aris - Resilient Tyres tor tho wheels of motor cars iiml other vehicles. These tyres need no filling except air, and cannot go Hat, no matter how punctured. I'ronovost and Miller, of Montana, t uned Stales-Resilient wheels. Among the abridgments of ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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CHAPTER VII. ALICE DICKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

OHAl'TEll VII. A LICK DICKSON . "Cursed be the sickly forms that < u from honest Nature's rule; Curbed be the* gold ihat giJds the straitened forehead of the fool." A vague eoiuioiouimeso that danger lurked in Leonard'* lovo often 1'onnL-d Leuore'.s state of mind; for hoib was one of Uio&o exquisite and Aonsitivc natures that are a4fo.eted by trifles and siftiiK wholly invisble and unmeaning to otueis. She lunged to accept her h;ippin<.'.v> with ardour, and her exee.ss of poetic fooling ftmde her even rnognily it to an extravagant degree; but u .hadowy fear did .sometimco'arise and darken that fair liori/.oii of her dream:, - tjiat. s\ve?t anticipation of joy and love. Thy arrival of Misj Alice Dickson at Myrtle j»odgo brought about an uuivu fconablo frame of mind in Ignore. "Jt would bo horribly slow without tho (Jplonel»" muttervd Alice, "J can llirt with him." Alioo w.'is tho average type of the modern young lady; perhaps :die uas more .soKibh and...

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Terribly Tempted. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

A SlilliAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. 'Ihere was a weary mournfulnes\ about, the parted pallid hps, a hunted tired look upon her lace, a sudden drinking I nun his gaze tb.U u»)d him Jill he wanted i(, loam: a sudden shrinking, such as an antelopu may U-oi when n cobm uncoils itsoJt to spring. She could not aimwcr. Why was si* always so mute hetoro him? What did ho mwn? What were those in articulate i\Ji»spors and warnings that made bur lips quiver: She who hid *o long hated and de>pised human be ings; &ho whoso young ignoramv ami enthusiasm, and latent genius made her so uiany-sidcd in character and mood, she trembled now; physical helpless ness prostrated hoi strength as bis Jp> again sought hers. Ho may have been disappointed in tins silence, expecting some quirk, res ponsive. girlish avowal. A certain severity stole over his feature.*. After all, who was *he, to hold him cheaply! Hm had his prejudice.*. J}e was narro$v, too-a little, it may he, common in his fcuunnaiie^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

IN STUDYING TOUR DRESS, STUDY YOUR POCKET TOO J I ; Don't Pay Hii;iuir l'iic<\H for Suit* a* Bettor than Mine I I «l«ul strictly for Cash, con mjuofuly I hnvo no bail debt* fur whk.'h you luvo to pav, 1, import nil my materials dinvt from Dun ninuubunurcr, nml make Ml Suit my own pfomiMV. I can fcivo you a !ar&o assort mont <>i shados to ihonsp from in [fancy designs th«> vory Ltflet I n .1 i « rt D y e twot^ls, worst eds, Vicunas. Twills, and tho ijt'.imous Rtvlong Sor^c - SAC SUIT MKASUlvK. A largo -<worl mont of Ovor coating* , to chooj-.** from at thin same price. i'jhivids, r«i»o find S. M. Fonr. soul u> auy *d . Po»l l1* ro*. W H BKUCE iHR PEOPLE'S I'AILDK BOnUS.E-tJ.T-, UVLH'jrii" Harrison, Sao Miguel ' PROP. L¥2>" COM MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HOOSE VO& Brewers, Aerated Water Kaiarfastem, Hotel Keepers, Bakere, end Refrestearf Rooms. Correspondence Invited en Afl Articles used (n the absvo trad®. Note Address 304 FL!H0...

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THE MAGNETIC IRON SANDS OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

THE MAGNETIC IRON SANDS OF CANADA. The Department of Mines at Ottawa has recently published an account of tho magnetic irou sands at Natashkwan, Quebco, Canada. There aro several deposits of maguetio iron sand on tho north shoro uf tho Gulf of St. Law rence, beginning at the mouth, of the l'ortneuf lliver, oppqsito ilimouski and leather Point, the pilot and first call point for St. Lawronco steamers pro ceeding west, and sti'etohing for over 400 miles at intervals, eastward along tho north shore. Tho ,on]y( deposits ol real magnitude as yet discovered <M'e those at the month of tlio Great Nat u.-diktruu River, '100 milos east of Father Point. Four miles west of this placo is a good harbour protected from all win<ls; and with live fathoms of water close m shore'. This harbour, which is at tho mouth of tlio Little Natashkwan Hiyer, is open from May till tlio middle of November, and has a Government wharf and telegraph station. Tileso farts, especially that relati...

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REVERSED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

REVERSED. Tommy lias been to see the 'football mutch figainst his father's orders, nnd being ' afraid to go home, he sought his Sumlay-schpol toachcf to:* advice. "Why, Tommy,*' replied the tea cher ; "you .remomber tho Prodigal Son, how MB father received him, and how he killed tho fatted calf ?" ' Yes, sir, I'll go home," ho de cided. When Tommy entered tho school next day his teacher a';kc\l : , '"\Vcl|, Tp_m«iy, did your father run to moot' 'you ?" '?'Oh, yes, sir, father ran to meet mo." "And did lie kill tho fattc<l fait ?'' "No, sir; buf. l|i} nearly killed tho Prodigal Sun.'1 No pnin, no Palm ; no thorns, no llirono ; no gnll, no glory ; no cross, uo crowu.-William Pcnn.

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SO VERY SLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

SO VERY SLOW. lAmd. Mamma: "Professor, I know my boy is ratlior slow, but in tlio two years that you Imvo had charge of Ill's education ho must havo developed a tendency in somo direction or other. What occupation do you suggest us a possible outlet for his energios, such as tlioy aro?" 'I'lio 1'rofoKsor: "Well, madam, I .think ho is admirably fitted for taking moving piotures of a tortoise." Tito "Nuovo Giornalo" amiouiicos that the plan for tho reform of tlio I'opo's Swiss Guard lias beon decided ".((joii. Tlio present Swiss Guards will bo retained, but nil new members or tlio corps will bo Italians, and in five .Vicars' timo it is oxpeotod that tlio gnu id ivill bo entirely i>f Italian nation ality. - Tlio guard will iu futuro bo iitylod' tho Papal Guard. It is well to look a tho soods I tlmt linvu boon saved fi'oir1 spring solv ing, for wliothor tlioy aro VPgotablo or 1 llower seeds tlioy may bo da'.uiagod by mico. Tlioy aro safo if kopt iif oovored tin boxes or glass bottles...

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WILLS AND WIDOWS. PENALTIES ON RE-MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

WILLS AND WIDOWS. y -f ^PENALTIES ON RIC-MAURIAGE. America. is discussing with no con siderations of reticence tlic provision of Colonel Astor's will, under which Iiis young widow stands to forfeit £1,000,000, ns well (is the house in Fifth Avenue, New York, with ul tits lino lurnituro und valuable, ap pointments, should she marry again. It would appear that opinions diflcr materially as to the right and jus tico manifested towards the glrl wife, for, on the one Imnil. there are those who contend Hint the fort! 11 - settled upon her at the time of her marriage will safeguard her again <1 even comparative poverty, and Ih.r the sacrifice of property will lie a cheek to unyone seeking lisr hand for the sake, of fjcr money. On the other, it is urged that no man ought to seek to deprive a woman of. tlic support and comfort that a second marriage might bring her. 'I hose who take the first point of view re call that the late husband was par ticularly opposed to the idea of his ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

Jam Season, 1914. --DAVID 1AKIHS, 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 Grass and Glover Seeds. Write for Samples and Quotations of I1USH. WKSTKKX 1»1S i HUT AN:> NKW 7.K.\I.\XD KVU GRASS, OOOKSr\H>!'. CLOVKB. DWAUb' KSSKX UAi'E AND U I'll KB A« U1CI" I.TU UAL SKEWS. (3* Where risks arc so tiu* only rcli .'o!e cyar.-o is to procure from n Tniuol i With 110 large City ivr.ls t.i pay I ran «juato Ili'.:u-£i;ulo Seeds' ilclivero.l at your nearcstsRailway station, hvi'-r'at pai-.l an 1 below Melbourne prices. dimples (roe. Geo. Smith, Seecl Importer, Ballai'at. (Lite of Ilarst *\r Son, Loudon) Hc!l3ouriio Address, Box 164 Q.F.O. Auciiouosri" Nct'cs:. A- KAOAhTliyR & GO., Cattle Salesmen, Stock r.nd Station,General Agents, B AIR.DALE, GIPPSLANP A UCTION SALES conducted inanj ,»rt jCi. of Gippsland. an...

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EXTREME PROVOCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

EXTREME PROVOCATION. The Muckleburji police-court was crowded to suffocation. Mr. Bank, tlio grocer, and bost-natured man in the town, was charged with nearly kiljins ft man. Surely there muot tio some mistake ! ?' The J.P. leaned over towards the defendant. 'You are accused," lie thundered, jt'ot wilfully striking, nn;l causing bodily injury to this poor cincmato-. graph operator. What havo . you to. wv- ' Hank drew himself up proudly. Vfhc man insulted mo, your hon our," ho replied, '"How-in what way 1" said tho magistrate. Rank blushed furiously. "If you please, your honour," lie replied, angrily, "he had ti\e jmpu ? denco ta como into'my shop'and ajk if he could tako a living ptcturo vo.f my cheese |" .. .'Discharged !", tvifo given us nothing. better' than kindly and sympathetic thoughts (il quo another,-Cfojglitou. .'

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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914. THE TAMBO RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

THE OMEO STANDARD. WitH which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914. o THE TAMBO RAILWAY. IT is understood that the flying survey of the proposed railway ? oloup; the Tamho Valley is nearly completed, And that so f ir as the surveyors are concerned thny ore in possession of all the necessary details to enable the Railways Stand ing Committeo to make an estimate of the cost. The committee has to be pre pared with this information, in addi tion to reports from various depart mentl officers, to enable Parliament to consider the question of whether thia is a line which should be con structed under the Developmental Railways Act; and it is belioved that all this material will bo available for consideration early in next session. It ha3 been found that the Titnbarra route will provide a good grade for a broad gauge line to Ensay, and from there to the foot of the Tongio Gap there is no difficulty; so that the change of route from the old surveyed route by way of Tauib...

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RIVALS OF THE HORSE ELEPHANTS, REINDEER, CAMELS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

RIVALS OF THE HORSE + ELEPHANTS, REINDEER, CAMELS "Bar tiio horse," said ono of a smoking-room party, '"which is tbo most useful all-round beast for draught or pack work ?" The answers are .various, and indi cated with certainty the parts of the world with which the spiakers were familiar. The elephant was ruled out, because the area of bis utility is comparatively limited-India, Bur ma, Malaya, and Siam forming n re spectable but still a minor part of Asia. Tile reindeer found supporters, as it deserves ; when one considers the vastness of the area over which the .elndecr is Indisputable-from Nor way, across Russia and Siberia, to ?Kamchatka, and, within recent years, Alaska-the of riis import ance appears. Nobody knows wlicn the elephant was first "broken to harness." I-Iis value, of coursc, lies in his strength, :locility. and activity. There ;u'.e, or were a few years ago, some 1800 ele phants in Government employ in India, and as public servants they nt'e under regulations. In ...

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WEATHER FORECASTING. WRAGGE'S LATEST PROPHESY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

WEATHER FOREUASTING. WRAGGE'S LATEST PROPHESY. Mr Clement)iWrii(»ge1th0 well-known astronomer, lecturing at Port Cygnet) (Tasmania) on the 21th nlr., had some thing to aay of the seasons and his methods of making forecasts. He pointed out) that a most) intimate relationship existed between the earth and the sun. When storms burab in the auo, ha s»id, and great) hydrogen fl-»mbs leapb from the sun's edge, reach ing as high as 321,000 miles, they started vibrations of the ve$ ether that disturbs all space-in other words, wireless waves. Everything was linked up by wireless. So lhab in order to forecast seasons they had at firsb to study the physical conditions of .the sun and the outbursts referred to. These controlled the inherit forces of the earth, and not only did they affect the seasons, but wore the main causes of earthquakes, tidal waves, volcanic eruptions, epidemics and so forth. He remarked that unless the Com monwealth meteorologist) studied the physical conditiun of the su...

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WHOM TO QUOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

WHOM TO QUOTE. ^ £ . Those who (lino out a good ileal iluring the season, nnil oxclinngo ni good many views about nothing in particular with one another, cannot help noticing that there is nearly always some Great Man whom tho moro amhitioua '"of the dinors-out - quota to clinch discussions and to' add imprcssivcncss to what they Bay.' It is sometimes a Poet ; it io some-, times an essayist ; it its./ rarely t£ philosopher. But, whoever it may he, it must bo somebody not too well known, bccausc only dons and school masters and elderly . statesmen quote the too well known. Nobody with any ambition and youth would quote Gibbon, or J. S. Mill, or Durlte, iu the height of tho seasonNat dinner. ' "Gibbon says" . » , Everybody at tho table looks up at tho speaker. He must bo a schoolmaster. Yes, lie is."" Ho has glasses and an melio rative manner. Ho is a follow ol his collcgc. This will never do. " I have read sOmiftVliero in John Stuart Mill" . . . Obviously an elderman. Yes. Don't you ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

Comstock's' Nerve o and Bone Liniment Is a powerful penetrating preparation, nhii'h arts through tho port's of t }m» skin oil 'thc> nerves, bono, ami muscles. It possesses till' marvellous proportii'.s of mi immediate jniin-l;illci]-, and is im etjdalleil as a remedy for the pains ami aches to which human beings B"''" jpet, and which only an external re medy carr relievo. It overcomes all pains and aches by relieving tho effeot on the dolicalc nerves, causing tlio circulation of the blood to ho filllv maintained through tho injured'part. It is an invaluable remedy for sprains and for reducing all awolliiiga, whicli under its inllu ence become'softened and disappear. Rheumatism, Sciatica, and Lumbago all yield'to tho powerful, penetrating and eonyuoring properties of this Lini ment if ilsed in connection with l)r. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills according to directions. «. For Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, kmc Back, Scalds, Burns, Contracted MUGCIcs and l'ainful Swellings" it will he fouud t...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

ut muki&h wi&a&si (15}' ''Kllatlcuj.'') Tliu message lrom Tatura toiling (.1 I iiu exodus 01 larjiioia from the mi. gallon areas is not. pleasant reauin". mil that toil, of tiling must bo iT pcolell. Till) Australian IS brought li|i to regard high spaces and easy-going methods as uiu most. desirable way iu u ofk tho hind, and so Jong as mu.t. / ^nit-big. spaces ubiamablo at low prices, 110 ivg<»"g Ul K° whuru thoy arc ruuit', 1 luitt liilio up llio inlunso ciltturo tii.u is tlio iirst essential to success iii irn gallon areas. Tile thing to <io is lo endeavor to replace him with iuUu.v innus people from olilor lands, where tlie fascination ot tho wido spaces has not exorcised its oliccl. It would, ol uuiii'hu, bo iniinitoly prclerablo to nave 1 lie native-born yanking tlio land as should bo worked, but thoy cannot b.' compelled to resist tho call of tho big spaces. Liko tho "Legion, that nover was 'listed" thoy must coiitinuo to bo 1I10 ...

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HOW TO DISINFECT A COWSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

HOW TO DISINFECT A COW SHED. Ill is always good practicu where a contagious disease ol any kind has gained access to the herd to disinfect tho entire stable. lit fact, this is often imperativo it" it is desired to stamp out the disease. Disinfeotion is absolutely necessary where tubercu losis has gained access to tho herd. Bul letin 1215 ol the Pennsylvania State College of Agriculture recently pub ishled gives a plan for disinfecting tho stables which is valuablo for this as .well as for some other diseases: 1. Remove all manure, litter, loose dirt, toosoj rotten boards and scrapo ;ha floor clean. 2. Sweep the ceilings and walls free from cobwebs, dust and dirt. 3. Wash tho feed boxes, mangers, bails and partitions with hot water containing enough lye of washing pow der to cut tho dirt. Scrub all those* objects vigorously with a stiff brush. 4. Spray the walla, ceilings and lloors with bichloride of mercury solu tion (1-1000) or a 5 por cent, carbolic acid solution (not crude.) 5. ...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Anibi-osino.") Tho averago Frenchwoman dresses in nothing but ralino or in somo cloth of tho .sumo family, known under the nuuiu oi: volours-de-laiuo, or volpeen, but always very mueli tho sumo thing to look at. She has it mado into a lunny littlo tailor-made and trimmed with buttons and fur collar and cuffs, and with it sho wears a chiffon blouse in tho sumo colour over a very-light colored chiffon lining. When it ia cold .sho adds a stole and muff to her toiletto, and her hat will probably bo in velvet to match the costume. Thus turned out, she will bo suliioiently "dressed" for shopping, visiting in tho ordinary way, or for a tea in an I hotel or ton-room. Hor shoes will have ! short patout-lci.ther vamps and cloth | tops, and her gloves will bo either yol ! low or mastic suede. If quito young, i sho will wear her throat bare, if she has passed her first youth she will have a high guimpo. It is eonsidored far better iasto to bo dressed, as simply as this i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

Suffei'ed Intense Misery. Itched t-. Terribly, Bied When Scratched, j& Used Two Tins of Cuticura Oint « went. Hands Well, Ocean View,' Lilcunda; Vic.-"Cuticura OJnfmenb ha?/ cured my hand* after suffer ing intense misery for several years. About cloven years n«o llttlo red -\}v\ 8I)0ts aPI>ear<?(! on both hands which Uuhod'so tor rl,),y tl,at T wuuIfI rub w" * thorn with tho .scissors till tho skin camo oir. They Grow worse, swollad and cracked, causing great pain, which howovor wu not so bad as tho irrita tion. I liavo waked In tho morning to find my hands blooding whoro I.had scratched them while asleep. After being Hko thld fop about threo yoars my hands gradually got hotter, but nover well. [r> !'A gentleman who had sufTored from vrecping eczema and whotyiad tried orery thing cured himself with tho Cuticura, Remedies. IIo persuaded mo to try tho Cuticura Ointment, which I did. I used two this of tho Cuticura Ointment as directed, and my hands aro well, t...

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