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

CHURCH SERVICES. Cjiorou OF England,-Si^ndayf March 2Q: Enaay lj, Swift/a Creek 230;l Omoo 7%), Rpv/G. H.Aovlin; Omeol1< MrCano. ' Presbyterian 0 ow-Sunday, 2Q: 'Swamp U, Pq mbra 3, Omoo 7.30, Roy. F. G. Faram.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEDERAL POLITICS. MR BENNETT AT OMEO. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

FEDERAL POLITICS. ME BENNETT AT OMEO. Mr James Bennett, representative of GippBland in Lho Fedoral Houbo of Representatives, has this week been visiting aomo parti of the Omeo distriob, to meet bis oonstituonta and explain to thein the preannb position of fedornl politic.". Ho addressed a good audience at> Swift's Creek on Tuesday evening, and on Wednesday afternoon attended n meeting of tlie .looal branch of tho Women's National League in tho Shire Hull. Thero was an attondanco of fifty or sixty Indies and Mioy had mode tho ball look very nice, tbo per form being draped and oorpoted, with flowers on the tables and lho titlo to tbo league emblazoned in gold upon n ! purple ground across tho stage, Mr I Bennotb speaks clearly and convin-' ciogly, and the Indies liBtoned to him for fifty minutes with ovidonb interest1. Aftor tho speeches were over, aftornoon taa was served by tho ladies, nnd Mr Bennett, being tho hero of tho after noon, onu the only gentleman present when tea was s...

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

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. Tho following accounts aro lying afc tho sub-treaaury i j, Hickcy, J,' Braid) E» A» Starkey, J5. «J. Coffey, f. A. Cane. ?(Across Ihp Alps to Ompo,'? On© of fclio beat guide books published in; Viotoirit* , Au all itorcs qqU atationorfl.**'

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REVEALS COMPLEXION SECRET OF THE SPANISH. LADY TELLS HOW THEY KEEP THEIR COMPLEXIONS, EVEN AT SIXTY, [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

REVEALS .COMPLEXION SECRET OF THE SPANISH. LADY TELLS HOW THEY KEEP THEIR COMPLEXIONS, EYEN AT SIXTY, "Asa youDg girl," writes one of our readora, "I always had a nice olear and delicately-tinted complexion, but on reaching the age ot thirty it changed completely. The chilly win ter winds and rain made my els in rough and dry-my face use to burn and smart horribly aftor tho slightest exposure to frost or cold. J felt very worried to aea tho dreadful change that was taking plac9. About this time I went for a trip abroad, and while travelling in tho South of Spain, became intimate with an elaorly Spanish lady. Knowing how proud tho Spanish girls are or tUoir loyely skin, and hoping alio could help me, I told her of my trouble. Sho advised ma to obtain two ounces of roao water, one dram tincture of bonzoin, and two ounces of ordinary flbwers of oxzoin from the chemist, which, she aaid I could mix myself, and aftor shaking woll, opply it with a aoft olotli or sponge. She stated that her...

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

SHIRE OF OMEO. "WORKS CONTRACTS. A Bpecial meeting nf the Shire Council was held on Tuesday for the consideration of tendora for works, there being preaent Councillors Rod gera (in the chair), Qroae and Cough lun. Contract No. 10/M.-Forming and repairs ab Matthews' and Bntts' Line, Benambra,-T. Boucher £19 IDs (ac cepted), , Contracb No. 11/14.-Rc-forminc and metalling, Swift's Creelr to Cassilis road.-T. Boucher £204 11a Id, A. E Boucher £181 7d Id, T. Fallon £157 4s 3d (accepted). Contract) No. 12/14.-Clearing at) Nally's Road, Tambo Crossing.-No tenderp. Contract) No. 13/11.-Re-fortriing and gravelling, OmeoBenambra road. -T. Boucher £14.8 13* 3d, C. W. Talbot £134 2s Id (accepted). Contract No. 14/14.-Forming and gravelling, Omeo-Cassilis road,-A, E. Boucher £204 14a GJ (icccpted).

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OVERWORKED JUDGE. PRESIDENT OF ARBITRATION COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

OVERWORKED JUDGE. PRESIDENT OF ARBITRATION COURT. Mr JuEtico Higginp, president of the Common wealth Arbitration Court, ia suffering from over strain by rea son of his continous work in the court and has been granted a year's leave of absence. Mr Justice Powers will aot tem porarily as the president of the court.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. HOME RULE CRISIS. POSITION MORE HOPEFUL. MELBOURNE, THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

IftTEST TEIEGRAMsT [FROM oun COKUKSPONDENTJ, HOME RULE CRISIS. POSITION MORE HOPEFUL, MELBOURNE, TNUNADAY. Although no solution of tho Homo Rulo problem has yob been roacbcd, the prospects of somo arrangement being arrived at are regardod as being uioro hopeful, Tho debato in parlia ment! haa revealed that thero is a wide spread discontoni> among Liberal and Libor members as to tho mauagoment of the crisis by tho government, and it is reported that tho Secretary and tho Minister for War intend to resign. Tho possibility of a split in the Liberal party is beingoagorly discuaeed, and sevenl of tho leading nowspapers are stating that there nro amazing rumors in circulation to tho effect that the government are so impressed with tho increasing efficiency of the Ulster volunteers that it his been determined they should bo surprisod and disarmed. It is stared that Lieut. General Sic Arthur P^get^ the officer in command of elm forces in Ireland, revoalod the schetun at a conference wioh...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

A PLAIN ROAD I'O FORTUNE. How Some Socurcd Bucco "Bocomo n Patentee." 1. Cultivate mid porfoot your idoas ns to Improvements and inventions. Experiment. Tho world is engor for something now, nliiok, liowovor sim plo it may bo..- will saro labor, or ox ponso, or do tliinga bottor. Lot it bo moro couvouioiit, or promoto ploasuro or safely, or do away with faults, or reduce ivasto. Tho person who gots public adoption of buoU mi invention is on tho road to wealth. Ho tviJl con.su to bo n servant; ho bocomoa o proprietor. People who huudlo things in every day U30 aro the untural inventors of butter things, and tho natural capi talists of to-morrow. 2. Study tho subject of patenting. l<ead tho splenjlid ndvioo that. Kdison gives. Learn tlio procedure ao to pa tenting in tbo chief countries, - uon .secure your own legal monopoly in your rights by becoming a patentee. 3. 1i that workman or foroman, or your ingenious friend . lias producod a clever invention, put him on tho track ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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OMEO LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

0MJ50 LAND BOARD. At> the sitting of the board on Fri diy, 20th inst., the following appli cations were dealt with ; Peter M'-Liggan Brander, allotment! 23, 760 acres, parish of Bingo Matijie N. ; recommended. John W, 8tro bridge, allotment 15, 120 acres, parish of Wentworth; rocomended that) ft non-residence license be icaued.

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

EXULUHJVI') INKOKMATlONf1 Tim laic .Jntlrro tjil'is Hryan, <JitT j i falhrr nf William J. Hryfli), unco had ! several hums stolon from his Kmola- ! j huiiso. J|<> mir*<d fhem at rmoo, but said nothing to anyone. A few day* I j lalor a neighbour ciimo to him. I | "'Say, Judge," ho fcaid, MI hoard yu\\ ' | hud yonio liarns .stolo, t'other night." i .'Von." roplit'd Iho jtidgi*, wry run. 1 fidcntjaljy. M|iul full any oju>, I I You and I arc tbu only one* who know I it." 1

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KILLED AT POLO. A MELBOURNE SPORTSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 27 March 1914

KILLED AT POLO. A MELBOURNE SPORTSMAN. Mr John Tliomas Lampriere, the well known Melbourne aportsman, while playing polo at (jeelong yester day came into collision with another player and WBB thrown on his head and killed. His father was killed in the "Windsor railway acoident in 1896,

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CITY MEN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

CITY MEN ON THE LAND. "Hope spunks eienial in Uic bums Man never is, but always lo be hies:. IBM' Wolds ill the pool, Ali-.Vlfuk lope, come U, my ,"""1 so° » emwiry in 111 i!v uiovin*1 1" of a city family coming !o", he com tr.\ (writes I'nrnit r I Stymie. Siii-li m;. rations art! taking plan, uin, inero.:' iln-queuey v "nd im i,.w nislam.-e.s js either I. utted lor tho_ r;;»!:cal change in en\.r oiimt'iilKnow ini; more" nlio.it :ii, trials, hopes and failures n, d v ,K., V"',Vl"M,tl'.v th.iu III' til,. stn.g phase el this givat problem ,.i di*v,.», shall omtuu' my>eh mainiv 1,. tba «Ion oi count rv poop!,- i" {\u< , jJv, ) tout, though there i.s much tlint at..\ t'o said on Initii .*.?do>, M'o see on ev, r.y h:;:,,.' .it v-!,t >-.! h-Jio iiHir beam the muring <>i si open, struggling, sum,.!j,j".s ] ,.poi'jii:_, tliu ,n";v oiten desp::inni:iv, w n h Mm I mvl.h-mjv {-or til" .solving vi uhvhtio.y lave Jiad no preparation, and vr.tr ncart^ gu uiU to i...

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CRURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

// - (By "HusHcus.") Iio inflection of lliu boot areas at iil'IMinl,. ;"nl Maffla MKIHCll Hint tlio '".« «iibstJmjiil|Jy bolter tlu,n tln.su ..i Jv 11 in any. Too oroj.s ,,ro esti mated to yield up to til toon tosi!> to 1 he aero, b.iico tin. u ati'r ^ui.j.Iioil KOIIIO nwka at,,-1 tho plant* had tv ooivott oil..',-,;, u is dear i|,"t liail tlio litigation .si.ii-i-.-u at tlio rij^lii, tiino. tlio Ulltpilt oi tlio Kioi.s 1\ Oil 111 Jmvi, |,oi,il tvoli over tu,.'iii\ ictts t" tj10 aero. It tlio irny.itiou l:wi\n,cs had l.oori avial iiblo, mi ilia! too boi-i. ,-uvas could liav, loooivo^l ti.i-.i lust ivaioiiii^ at tin cud ol Now nil,oi-, i,itao.,d ol' two months lator, I lioiv uotild bo no com plaint:. to day as to tho rot-urns lroin .-?nyar li.-it eu.auo. On the contfarv, tlio roiiiunoratiio yields would liavo prored so oiic,'iHat;"ig that thoio would boon an a.'ix.'viv to increase rathor tlnm reduce tho area nndor this crop llio oonrtnst bcinoeii area,, that li-ivo been,assisted i...

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ROYAL BILLIARD-ROOMS. WHERE CROWNED HEADS IN DULGE IN "100'S UP." [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

ROYAL BSLLIARD-ROCaiS. WHERE CROWNED IIBAD3 ? ; DULGE IN "100'S UP." The billiard-room at B-.;c'. ingham Palace, though a small cn;, is ex tremely comforta'jl/ arranged. 'J here are small deep tapestried rcttcea ranged round the; tablr, a'-i'l tv;o big armchairs by Uto fite;>la:o. Neither the King nor Cu.'.n arc., however, particularly fond of lil Jiards, and tlie room ia conw:jit'nily npt very very often need, o^ec; t by a few members of ill: Hojr.hol.1. One of (he hull-raps a ts a; marker. Wlun U.\e Kip',-; rla-;s, ho.v-' ever, tii2 siiure iu called out by a member of the Hotisjiio d, an 1 not by the marker. Kin.; Gcoi-go has n;ver praclisid enough to bet o ne a goo i player, but hia Majesty .'.mder.stcri ~s the theory of the game very thoro The Duke of Conn .night in by fa" the best bililard player in the JDns lith Royal Family, *r|ie In'lliu'd room at H^gsiiur I'avk is the lineal in ai}y. Kqyal rcsi;ien:e in Europe, with the exception nf that at Pota dam, creetctl some throo ...

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SWORD-MAKIKG IN JAPAN. INVOKING BLESSINGS ON THE WEAPONS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

SWORD-ffilAKIKG IN JAPAM. INVOKING DLRSSIiVGS ON TII15 WEAPONS. Tlio sword making of Ja~an i-. j*orliars, the most curious *n 111 v. hole world. In that co ntrv H.vonh said to 1)0 equal to OIOJC o! Tol.dc or Damascus avc made by a spccial series of processes. but a fcatuui oJ the industry is the religious cere monial that accompanies every pro cess. On the walls - of the h !ts in . Ir.'h the work is done aro rcprc; n; a L as of the god of the sword-ma crs a'ld the chief goddess of the »?h n o s There arc aleo bits of ra'tr rn . wisps of straw, charms to keen p/ 'a> evil spirits. No female is allowed to cn.cr <h; place, as the presence of wo:m n is supposed to" be conducive lo thr a".) pcarancc of demons, who wo ilrt ccr la'nly briny disaster to the sword'* mission. Prayer is ofTercd before the worli begins, and various religious rlt3$ must bo performed before r»ny on: of the swords can be declared; to ba 'c been well and truly made. The last thing that takes plac* a'te...

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NOT TO BE WASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

NOT TO BE WASTED. ' Ini tho .'-oft firelight, cvou thCihoard ftouso sitting-room looked cosy and attractive. « The warmth and com fort thawed tho heart ot tho "star", hoardpf., In an expansive moment ho turned to the landlady, who.-wus his only companion in the roopi. Clasping her hand fondly, ho murmured : "Will you ho my wifo ?" The woman did not start or biuuU no maidenly coyuetsa -slioric ''from her $Icar, cold eyps, (is she replied IhoujjhtJully : "hot lVif) sec. You liavo been lierq four years. You hnvo never oncc .grumbled at the food, or failed to Vny my bill promptly .nn^ withu.it' '((uestlon, No, sit ; .I'm sorry, but 1 .cannot innrry y6u. You're too .good a boarder tp lid put tj^e (ice lijBt.'* ;

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ORCHARD AND GARDEN NOTES. (E. E. Pescott, F. L. S., Principal, School of Horticulture, Burnley.) THE ORCHARD [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

ORCHARD AND GARDEN NOTES. (JS. K. LYsctiU, i''. L. S., I'rintiiml, Sdiuul of Jliirtioulture, Burnley.) THE ORCHARD lludding.-'Young trees, of old trees that have been previously L'^'a°,"!1."(S lireiiaration for budding, m;lJ bo , over towards tlio aid of the "'Oiiih. Ii is advisable to select dull, cool weathei for this operation, so that the sap mn> run more freely,. and that, the wuvthev will not have too drymg »»; <» tho bud. - The operation o buddin" is n vevv simplo one, and easilj per formed ' To gain a successful end, tlio sap should be flowing iTL*%ioC'"%£ ouently when tho cuts aio made, tlio KvSS should lie linn and w'11 t (ll,_ ^ml1,^rno XV"-L Wood in tho ctong bu M\ »> \ : .;{». >»k into position. «i"« t{^n n- jf \-,\\o soft Uvino, siring, :oi < . . ^{t l()p may he exa'iuncd o ..l ? ;twj . "taken" : that ».'^^""whun that thoroughly to the stocK. . If Sl '-I? ftS ^ 4 growth he n<*,lt-u i ». lxfi M)on "Wve tho hud Ta> » I , m v K...

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ASTONISHING THE NATIVES. THE WHITE MAN'S MAGIC. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

ASTONISHING THE NATIVES. -+ THE WHITE MAN'S MAGIC. Tho Capo to Cairo and ollior art venturous railways which nro now thrusting /their relentless Btccl tcnta clcs daily' deeper and deeper Into re gions where, until a comparatively fow years ago, a white man was a r«r;i ovis, are rapidly fam'iliarising the nativo with the steam engine. ? It liml an appulling effect on King Cetewayo. who was brought to Eng land at the close of the Zulu war. The novcr-ceasing flow of London's traffic, and its accompanying roar and liustlo, used to mnke the poor old monarch quako with terror, but a steam-engine rushing-full tilt into a nlulion on tho Underground demoral ised him to such nn extent that ho incontinently fled from the sulphur ous monster, and nothing would in duce him to return I He and four /'nln satellites, by tho way, are cre dited Willi having slaughtered and Piilcn a whole sheep In the drawing room nf tho ex-potentate's apart mints near Hvdo Park. ""W A BID FOH A WIPE. $ Strange to say...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. BOILED BREAD PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. noil,ion iskkad I'imniNO. Rujtiiml: One pound of stale bread, three ouiuvs of beef suel. three ounces u\' brown sugar, quarter ol a pound of currants, raisins or sultana*. OIK* egg, flavoring. (X generally use a little lemon juice or vanilla). * Put tho pie ces oi' bread in a basin, and pour over enough cold water to soalc it. ; then squoeau it quite <lry. Next beat it until quito smooth and free from Jumps. Chop tho suet finely,. Stalk ami dean tho fruit', and, if raisins are be ing used, stono them; then either cut ilieni in halved or chop them coarsely. Now mix all tho dry ingredients to gather; beat up thu egg. and :-Lir it well into tho rest of the ingredients, i'nl tho mixture into a wolJ-greased mould or b'asiu, put it in a saucepan vviih boiling water to oomu half-way up i it ainl steam it from thrco to four hours. > As tho water boils away, add moro boiling water, so as not to chuck the cooking. Turn it carefully on to a hot dish, and servo it...

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CRIMES COMMITTED FOR CHARITY. BENEVOLENT ROGUES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

CRIMES CQtffflttTED FOR CHARITY. HKNBYOI.,ENT ROGUES. That a man should sot liinu'eli lo :mbe;;zle t.wen.'.y-six thousand rounds live in such a frugal manner lint (ho (lined ofl breael and cheese in a dar'.i i:r>iiiiT of vi'-: T'"»'.'i:.inpe, Yin' dc.'ote tin euitiie amour.!. io cluwitj, a;; [int.c:! at first sight, almost in ;om R&iklc. Vet such were the lochs recently brought to light nt tin trinl of a Londvn manager of a wealthy Uow York firm, v, ho whs proved to have defrauded his em ployers of this large. y«m in order to provide funds for a mission in which he win interested. _ This was hit! sole object in perpetrating the fraud. Such instances of crime.',- conmit ted for charity are by no means so uncommon as people might i:ri;u;i..c. OQe ot the most remarkable cases; wis that of Sister Candide, a. mem ber of the religi'o'js order of the Sis ters of Charity, who wa-s i:nov, n throughout tile whole of France for her good works, and was cicntua'ly arrested in Paris on...

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