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

For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, HeadacKe9 Indigestion. Delightful Family Me&ine w OONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE T«2 DALGETY fT0; NEWMARKET, WOOL. BRAIN, fig PRODUCE BROKEN®. STOOK AND STATION AQENTS. FARMERS' CLIPS h SOCIALITY WHan desired Clips are declassed by Exports at a total coal sf sm penny per lb. All Produce carefully Valued by Bxparto prior to n»u ~ Cllonts given choice of any Market. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS For the Sale of LAND, STORE and FAT STOCK, TALLOW, 8KtN& HIDES, FURS, BUTTER and DAIRY PRODUCE. . Qulbell's Sheep Dip. apitmtq trw Kemp's Patent Sheep Branding Llqn^ AGENTS FOR \ Worme Speclflco Sheep Drench. '« Nobel's Glasgow Explosives and Chllworth Melbourne Otffiiot?-, 40H-47I Bourlce BRONCHITIS CURE The Grandest Remedy for COUGHS and COLDS A d0B0 or two le generally sufficient KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE . SOLD by all CHEMISTS and STORES Commonwealth of Busttalfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY . This Binlt li open for tN classes of QENERAL BANKING BUSINE8S li , ...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS "Ajjiimi.Mtic. ' ) l0St' J,J kliOli" .-1IV deep ill JhsvilSSJIIg UiO IIOppuiC.-S 0t tilO J10W 'H.l-., at>,J \, ..4ub I now I lie avefagtt tvomau wj.'i auapi iuisoll 10 litem. !?> porh,ip> ilic "-aige ' woman who * -el\r> nu»l M'l)lii;il;iv lho WoUMii kMO nill,,»l il»p. Iil.it peOOU nil! 1t<> ho V\ h H lasinou m Us s.aipfo.Ni, ham, <i«111 mnsl leirain from thinking <,j «;a*»hietUs adaptable '"V1" "u"1' ^emjw rohiinos mui ' "inU Ac pixsoni id. main ohj.et scenic 111 (u' !lt'- oi a*. large a i-si M<va-.nivniwii pi^>ib!c, ami lho ub<> <..{,, t£.(;?tiv announce that her |»asi-,;oi ma, m* waist has, uouloped niio 3;i in. may fool she is : iiideou iii llit.' liNHit jaKK ol tashion. 1 h'riunato thai ibis sudden j uiiUiiu- eoute just at J '''1' l.," . wmu o_vu'.\vn(. i.s about to re <.ri' wardrobe. Tins widening *.1 '1 .'' v.aiM>, though an Mio lapis lor ; Mi;ih' lM:;:&a...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. ) Tlio following aooounta ore lying at the ! eub-treaeury : j, Hiokey, J. Braid, If. A, ' Cane, Df, W,'Et Tuliobj Shirt* of Omco. I

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THE ONE TO BLAME. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

Tl-IJi OXli TO JiLA.MK. Till! story is told of a \\ iiolcl tenor, u ho, when ».sked to ?.iiig at u.dUtncr, although .ho had no music with iiirn, wont on to the platform to try. JJo did his best, but he broke down in in the rn'uldlo and ret ir*'d. Ho was eheorcd up by. ;in cklerly 'nun ratting »<'xt to him, who tupped him on. Uio shoulder and said: "Never mind, lad, tba's dono tiiy bof^t; but tli' foliar ;ts nsked thoo to King owt to bo shot ." The directors of tin; Modorn J'ernia uent Huildmg and Jnve*tinont Society deekbd to recommend a dividend of 3} per cent, for tlio six months, equal to 7 por oout. per aaaum.

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1914. LANDS ACQUISITION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

THE OMEO STANDARD. With which is Incorporated the Omeo Telegraph. TUESDAY, MARCH Si, 1914. LANDS ACQUISITION ACT. BEN the Tarnbo railway is authorised theraisone thing "e must try lo avoid, bavins; ia view the preliminary proceedings iu connection with the Orbost railway, and that is the delays incidental to applications for variations of the route. In the caso of tho Orboat li'ie the authorities seemed only ton pleated to avail themselves of any excuse for de lay in construction j and" an ppiitions from the people of Biirnsdalo and other places for deviations of the line were scut in they were received with the greatest politeness and referred to the railway engineers fjr report. Ae soon as ono matter was dealt with uncther cause of complaint waB received, nnd thus months passed withoub anything being done ; evidently to tho nutini»c tiou of the department, ns long they had sufEcient excuso for not pr.i -ceediog with tho work. Nothing ever came out of these petitions and requests f...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MANURING GRASS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

I MANURING GRASS LANDS. j A crop of 1'J toils of meadow liay par ade contains ou tho nverugo 491b nitro gen, OlJb. potash, ami 12jib phosphoric acid. Tho question of appropriate manuring of i^rasH lauds is complicated by tho fjiictjtii»)3 to ivJiotJic 1 it is intended lor permanent. pasture, or to bo cut for hay; and whether grass and oiover is to J>ndomnmtu. it- may bo D ated gonorally that tho proportion for clover is increased by tho applical'on of manures containing potush and phos phoric acid, and diminished by tho ap plication of nitrogenous manures. Too iioavy manuring of any kind, especially nitrogenous, tends to tho growth of coai'oo grass. Manures oontai.i.iig iiiuo biicii as plaster, hIski promoto tlo growth of clovers. Kor grass tho best results wero obtained by Laws and Gil bert in h'nglami by Lho application of mineral (superphosphate and kainit), ! together with suiphato of ammonia. Heavy grass crops woro obtained, to tho almost total exclusion of clover. To promot...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER Our SprMMiil Con'OspoiKlcnt). ? »lii-iy is it scheme lor the j beaul meat ion ot a ]<<ng stretch of iho banks u) < Jio Yarra, !i imolvw tho <'XJH'lHlmn-0 1)1 ail .sum, hut that is regarded light-heartedly bv tho iiiaiiy Peoplo \vho>o Alpha a nil Omega is the budding up ot the city, regard less of the vital need for tU? develop ment 01 tho country; In connection wilh this precious .scheme lor prov idmg miles oi Ucligistiul drives and gardens /or tho do*oeta(ton ot city neoplo, uiiiio llio>o ivlu> :nv doing iho real work oi J>njii/) tho pro^porny ,>]' tho Statu are i;ikvoiis|v hamiieupped . through \viUU oi passable roads tho Public Works Department lias made an im portant. discovery. U has boon found ilU'V the .Ministry, under a very old tuie, ran eompnisoniv acquire tho iamis thai are needtd.* '1 ho land along j ho rivvr, oMoudiiu; from half a Hid'- {<> ii\a mdes on ciiiuT side, is hold bv }]|....

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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PIGS IN PASTURE AND SOILING. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

PIGS IN PASTURE AND SOILING. A pig i'a rnier resolved to kcop his pigs m tho most approved and econ omical wav; ivjll provide green food early in tho your. Some highly rated pasturo plants are not available before warm weather, .although they may tUon bo tho chief resource lor grazing: there fore earlier substitutes should bo pro vided. It is woll to allot tho laud and provide it tho season boforo it is wuuted. Uouoh grass and lucorno aro naturally, among the bust for early pasture. Jiiicernu is ready for feed ing early and late, if 0110 has land noar tho homestead suitable lor it. llyo corn (sown early in tho autumn') mnkos excellent fowl for pigs nnd all other stock in tho early spring. For a quick growing crop sown in the spring, rape will genornlly bo accorded first place,- us pigs may bo turned into it when it is a foot high, which will bo within a few weeks from Rowing. A mixed crop may ho used to gootl ad vantage for early pasture, via., a sow ing of equal parts of wheat, oat...

Publication Title: Omeo Standard And Mining Gazette
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EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 31 March 1914

EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL. Tliu moat. important) result is that it makes tiio soil warmer. A wot toil is colli, chiefly hccauso tho water in it iti constantly evaporating, and evaporation IS 11 cooling process. To illustrate this: If tho bulb of ono thormomotor is coveted with a wet muslin, ami tlie bulb of another similar thtrniomotor is left uncovered, tho wet llieruioiiieter may register as much as 15 degrees cooler when both aro swung in dry air. This is due to the cooling effect of tho evaporation of tho Water. Moreover, water is a poor conductor of heat; wot soils warm ill tlio sun slowly, becauso tho water they coutai holds down tho temperature. There is iiunHy a. dil feivnco of 5 to 10 degrees between drain ed and undrained soil in tho same Held In l'act, tho temperature of a soil in summer is very largely determined by the amount ol wator it contains; tho wetter it is, tho colder it is. "Warmth is ono of tho chief essentials for tho ger mination and growth of farm crop...

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NECESSITY OF GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

NECESSITY OF GRIT. <hm t»f iSiu seereta of suec.^sful poul tryis to feed tho birds so that they obtain all the nourishment possible Iroin their food, and thi* is accomplish ed by giving them ample supply of £..t, which is really hard and sharp "r.iid crushed; (or broken ) flint or quartz answers both requirement's more satis factorily than any other material, as it longer and does its work mere thoroughly, than any other. A -supply of grit .should be kept in a , trough in tho run for tho birds to k^'p 1 themselves to, and once ft. week a tea- i .spoonful for each bird ran be added to J the soft food. This usually prevent;! I tho possibility of internal stoppage, but ! any slight derangement in this direction j should b<» treated by giving each hen a ' tcaspoonful of wanned castor oil two hours afterwards, and the male birds should have rather "more than those quantities. ' The bottle containing the oil should bo placed in a basin.-of hot water after removing th...

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Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER VII. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

I A SERIAL STOKY IiV ji V ANNABEL GRAY. t CHAPTER VII. Alice pleased Miss -Marohmont. TIi:a piece of blonde periection aud ln&ip'd lty-who practised her s^ngs 01 a morning,.and wore such charming din ner dresses and lawn-tennis costumes, and would l*avo £10O,lKA) some day, wa. the very girl i'or Leonard to many. Aiico had always studied! Miss March tnont's tastes, for sho had tho neco^ary feminine tact to ensure aiicoe-ss in hie. She presented her with lovely little French and Viennese nick-n^cks when she came from abroad, read French no vels aloud to her in tho vde&t ot ac cents, chose the most coolly material for her drossy, wore the must distract ingly pretty hats, aud ^pent her day> in the elegant trivialities liabitual tu fashionable high-bred young ladies. Miss Marchmont was, as ever, in a chatty mood. She sought, Lenere, in the hot, biinaless, little pantry. "Yes, they've gone," &lie said, ..cur ling" herselr -up on the dresser. ..Quito a jucture th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

EXACTLY THE TIME Harrison* Saii Miguel (POOF. L3T9« COM. mWMMT% AND SUPPLY WtVWWm- , Brwrers, Aerates ©s&r ISassfegfesm, Hetd Keepers, Bakers, ml Befreskzmt Rcam. Correspondence invited en AS Articles used in Ufa afeOTa . treSes.. Note Address- . 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE. LIVE SI OC& iwsORAfCE ALL CLASSICS OF STOCK INS'CUKn AO A INST DKA'flt 1'TtOM ANY CAl'lSE. FOALING RISKS COAIMKKCIXO WITH ATTEMPT TO KOATj AND DKATII FKO.U ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. .IATES LOU'KST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID ACTIVE AGENTS VVAfJTED WHERE NOT HEPRESENTED' APPIA' TO- -- DALGETY ® CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. HARTLEY No. 2. £0/0/-. HARTLEY" No. 2, £i>,:i>;-. HARTLEY No. 2, Jtti/O/-. HARTLEY N.>. 2, £t>jt>/-. Built throughout of English quality pattern littings. i'/ulio ii'i.v wheel; Jilted with Oceanic or V. y :i'i tyros. Guaranteed lot lluee years. Lady's Models, £1 extra. HARTLEY No. 1, £HI;1U.-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10; 1U/-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10,10/-. HARTLEY No. 1, £10, 10,-....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

A DYSPEPTIC'S LIFIfi-SAVED 8EV15RE I'AIN AND SICKNESS FOR MAN? YEARS CURED BV A 8IMPLE ANTACID. 3 NEIGHBOURS SAID HE WAS A DYINO MAN. Chrouid indigestion und] sicknenB after food und sevoro pains wore oil quickly sural by ft very simple remedy in tho case of Mr R. Savigan, 11, Gloucester Street), Birnardtown, New port', Mon, In « letter referring to her hushand's illuesa, Mra Savigan writes;-"Ho did not know what ib wns to enti » meal without) ib coming back," which appears to havo been his condition for a considorahlo limp, until^his wife while,' roading a Indies' paper, saw ordinary bisurated mag nesia recommended for iudigestion, and obtained a small quantity so that her husband might) try it A few dopes gave Mr Savigan great relief, and before he had finished t he first supply tho trouble was practically cured. To use Mrs Sivigan's own words: " He can eat: hiH food and ia'looking splendid, and can do^hia work ; in facb, till the pnoplp_aboub here look ab him, for they oil Baid h...

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SMART BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

SMART BOY. Tlio door oE the yantry was opcu, ;And mother a shadow - could sec, Of a Imp on a chalr. "Is that you, Tom* in there ',; Mow what "are you doing?" salt) % . ' l'"'_ At once can:o hia innoccnt answer, Without e'en tv trpcu of dismay, '' Yes. it's ni!, all £erene, Mother dinr, tnd I've burn Just putting fey things away." -

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ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

ARGENTINA'S WHEAT INDUSTRY. Argentina, in spite of poor marketing facilities and a backward farming po pulation, already ranks third among the threo wheat-e.xporting oountrie» of tho world. Its area devoted to wheat cul ture has doubled, during tho past 10 years, and is three times as largo.as it was only 15 years ago. There is every prospect, too, of a still greater advance in tho near future. In the August United Empire, Mr. S. Hodred, of Buenos Ayres, gives an interesting ac count of cereal-growing in this South Americati republic, which bids fair .?.to boeouio one of the world's granaries. Owing to conditions of climate and soil, Argentina cannot, it would seem, enter into serious competition with Canada in tho production of "strong wheat. Marietta wheat, originally brought from Italy, forms about 70 per cent, of tho crop, and Uussian wheat 20 pur cent., while tho remaining 10 per cent, would include various classes of wheat, some of whioh arc grown spe cially for making macaron...

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THIRTY-MILE LINE OF WARSHIPS. AIR AND SEA ATTACKS IN NAVAL MANCEUVRES GIVE A NOTION OF WAR'S NEW ERA'. FLYING MEN SHOW HOW EASILY THEY CAN FOIL THE SECRECY OF SUBMARINES. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

THIRTY-MILE LINE OF ' WARSHIPS. AIR AND SEA ATTACKS IN NA VAL MANOEUVRES GIVE! A NOTION OF WAR'S NEW ERA'. FLYING MEN SHOW HOW EASILY THEY CAN FOIL THE SE CRECY OF SUBMARINES. Tile biggest and most powerful fleet ever ccnccntrated in British waters -and therefore tile mightiest Itnown to i he world-has been assembled at Sjilhead and visited by members ol both Houses of Parliament. The lines of fighting ships were thirty miles long, afld the 223 ves sels forming " the great armada in cluded '11 battleships, 5 battle crui sers, 25 armoured cruisers, 9 pro tected cruisers, 12 flotilla cruisers, 7 depot ships, G minelayers, 3 torpedo gi n')oats, 100 destroyers, 5 sub marines, and 1 hospital ship. Thousands of sightseers assembled on the sea-front and on excursion steamers to witness the great re view. The Armadale Castle had on board tl)3 members of Parliament and several Canadian Ministers, 'and steamed down ihe lines in the wako of the'Enchantress, on which 'was Mr. Winston Churchill,...

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NOTES ON NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

NOTES ON MATURE. (WriUou lor tho "Fanners' Gn/.ctto, by There. died recently at Conk Park, Orange, JN.»S.\Y, an emu, 'J'Jio death of t)io noblo bird was a novelty only to tho bird itself, and calls for no fur ther comment; but on a post-mortem examination tho stomach revealed a depository as interesting an a curio&ity shop. Hero were found lour pennies, .six half-pennies, nine -i inch w>ro nails, ono umbrella lorrulo, ono key, one medal, ono clock wheel 2J inches in dia meter, two collar studs, ono .safety pin, live marbles, three ooat buttons, twenty-four pieces 01 glass, and ono pin, two inches in length. The latter ; was embedded in tho bird's liver, and .!» tins was attributed tho dece.wuVs : Jimil departure. Ono naturally won- S tho faci that the bird was not without! fact that tho bird was not without visible means of support. Thero was .-.till left seven pence in bard cash, while there seems to have been intelli gence enough also to Itnut tho food supply to nrtiolc...

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SILENCF CURE FOR NERVOUSNESS. THE CHATTERING EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

SILENCF. CURE FOR NERVOUSNESS. THE CHATTERING EVIL. Mont women and somo men are ad dicted to the talk habit. Talking uses up more nervo force than al most any work in which n human being enn engage, yet women who are nervous, weak and incapacitated for work will indulge in cxcitcd and wholly needless conversation by thf hour and fancy themselves doing no th'ng-resting ! Mistaken but well-meaning friends visit the invalid Tor an entire after noon and extract more Vittality from the niling one than would, perhaps, if rightly applied, restore her tc health. Women unfit tor household duties, biro a maid . to do theii worlc, and then recklessly . expend their already flagging nervous ener gy in purposeless talk, talk, talk. The truth is, all talking should be reserved for the accomplishment ol fonie definite end that is really ne cessury. The object of speech' i£ communication which facilitates work. Spcech should never be in dulged for the mere sake of speaking, but as a means to the ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

Jam Season, 1914. "DAVID EAKXNS, 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 Asn NSW ZEALAND EYE GRASS, COCKSFOOT. CLOVKR. DWABF ESSEX RATE .VXD OT11KK AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. . W Where risks me so great the only reliable course is to procure from a Trainer! Seedsman" With no large City rents to pay I ran quote High-grade Seeds delivered nt your nearest Railway station, freight paid and below Melbourne prices. Samples free. Geo. Smith, Seed Importer, Ballarat. (Late of Harst & Son, London) ,s' Melbourne Address, Bos 164 G.P.O. Auctioneers' Notices. A- HACARTHUR & GO., Oattle Salesmen, Stock aud Station,General Agents, BAIRNSDALE, GIPPSLANP AUCTION SALES conducted in any part of Gippsland t and at Onieo ...

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NEWS FROM ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Omeo Standard and Mining Gazette — 3 April 1914

NEWS FROM ABROAD. Leave to presume the death 0f Mr. Thomas P. Franklin, who went, do -M in Oio Tit.;;mc, leaving nil <\s(a!e worth about .£1,000, lias been gran! ,-*,l , in the Probate Division. 'Jhi; va; tlio first case of the hind u'risi',',;-' out or the disaster. His motlwr, who v:na the fo'? bene ficiary, wn:: tin applicant, uiyl in hn' allldavlt she sot out a letter sbe re ceived from her son, in which he s.ii.]: ' 'I had a chat this morning v.ith Air. Dnice Ismay, who praeU'all?: f>"ns (In; While Star I,inn. rfc js jupt going thn maiden trip to ,1(v how she runs. Up to now she .-or; splendidly." Counsel stated tliat there was al o nn aflidavit by Mr. Brucs )«may, who did not corroborate the eonver.'uU-.ii nllegwl to have taken place, Imr. k.j I on Ihti nii'Ut, of Sunday, April 1'., the Titanic collided with an iceberg. He was informed and believed that Mr. Frank!,in took u first-clusM parf saga. to New York by tin; Titanic, and his name did not appear in the Hit...

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