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THE DOCTOR'S SHORTHAND [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

THE DOCTOR'S SHORTHAND Counsel at Clerkenwell County Court, perusing a note made by a doc tor in examining an injured person: You spell "fracture" wrong, doctor. The Doctor : I did not think it was coming into court. Counsel : But you havo spelt it wrongly. The Doctor : That is my own shorthand. "Papa, where'a atoms?" "Atoms, my boy; what do you mean?" "Why, that place where everything gets blown to." At the North Melbourne Court, Li censee Myers, of the Morning Star Hotel, was charged and fined £2, with £1 11/6 costs. In this case also the Government Analyst gave evidence that the disputed sample was not the genuine Wolfe's Schnapps.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

PITTS' POISONED WHEAT. For Destroying Rats, Mice, Sparrows and Parrots, etc. It is the only certain and genuine preparation. Refuse all imitations. In 6d. (large 1/-) yellow packets; 2/6 Farmers' Tins. Small Boy: Dickie Dart is the luckiest boy I know. He is always havin' somethln' nice happenin'. He went to the theatre last night. Sister: You often go, too. Small Boy: Yes, but there was a fire In this theatre, an' a awful panic, an' lots of people got crushed, an' he was there an' saw th' whole business. Sister: Where is he now? Small Boy: In a hospital. FOR CHILDREN TEETHING there is nothing equal to KERNOT'S SOOTHING POWDERS. They are a safe and certain remedy. 1/- packets; posted, 1/1 stamps. KER'NOT, Chemist, GEELONG. AT LAST! High-Class Swedish Separators available at Prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of the NEW MODEL "VEGA" has dealt a death-blow to Exorbitant Prices charged by our Competitors. MAKE NO MISTAKE. The New Model " Vega" Is no rough, cheaply-constructed Se...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

SORRENTO. Spend Tout Holidays near the Opes Ocean. The comforts of. your hom« prevail at the BACK BEACH PALACE. Moderate Tariff. Tel. 18 Motor Garage, Baths, Sewered. Write To-day. GEO. BAARS (formerly Queened!®). Bros. Windmill Manufacturer* CO LAC, VIC. BlmplMt &m£ sosl DaraUo Mill ob tin H&rical 8END far CATAL03 P08T PRKK. WINDMILLS Alston's New Gearless Is the SIMPLEST WINDMILL MOTION ever invented Ball Bearings | Throughout All Moving Parts enclosed in Dust proof Case, and Bun in Oil Over 30,000 "ALSTON" Mills in use NO ATTENTION REQUIRED Expert aditce & Catalogues Free on application James Alston SS*r, ecn's Bridge, MELBOURNE € , *Qu

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

a mm: For Years He Worked in I'Vet Ground, Kidney rPains and terrible ■ ^Dac^achc. tbmentB Tonis Cured This letter was written from TnWml Station. Via Vonn-. N 5 \V.t Aug., 15 11. Mr. Wise an, tlu* writer, .strongly rconmineuds all miners to use this medicine, l>ecuiii?e it is t>i:eh a p«nver.'itl iK-rve ami hi >o<l purifier that it counteracts the il.-creels of underground conunement and h::.\- air upon the system. After lei-linj tiii.s letter, get Clements Tunic and keep healthy .— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Asin'xr (or y<sars I v/otUcd in wet ground, and now it is Icliing on me, for I suffer with :ny kidneyi and backache and loss of appeliie. "Doctors ia Yousg told tno I ha J hydatids, and sr.id an operation in'gut be necessary. Their mvJiche did me no good. 1 rer.eived against it. I v.t-s 30 J j used up I could not walk far, without a spell. I tried all mcdicir.es, and p5• Is, my Ih'e his been a rcysefy to me, u::ii: i tried Clements Tonic. The first an...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. DEBATE IN THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. DEBATE IN THIS ASSEMBLY. SPEECH BY }IR. G.MAX, _M .L. A. In the Legislative Assembly last week, Mi-. U ,S. Oman, the member lor Hampden, made tin.- loilowing speech with reference to the subject <>1 closer seti-lcmc-ni Mr. Oman: ( i'.:>\-e K.-U'iicd to the discussion on the report ol « the Ml''~ Commit-too of the Cabinet. wiiicu. 1 think, is of .-ufiieient inij)oriance to ar rest attention. It .s an <ni i -ipokt^n i o port* iui't \ 1h.n:- m -iiilior- f:i tin- hiio Government who submitted it are to be congratulated. I u.iii:< v.e owe them our thanks for '• he wo-.-!; t:;ey put into ti;e rep;)]-.. b-.euu-^ u has entaik'd a deal i;f labour. 'l ii -n'i.s no question «f such vital nnp«u i«:ve to this S.at<> oi Vicr.oria as the question <if closer set tlement. in the \Vi.stern D.strijt an area (.1 seme :>">().( )M) acres could have been purchased at something like '~~J per acre. We know from the resu...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

EARNED, NOT BOUGHT. How hard it often is to earn and maintain a good reputation, and how easy it is to lose ono, As with a man's reputation, so it is with other things in this life. Sonio things acliiov© a repu tation which stays with them.' They aro founded oil intrinsic . value. Tlicy faeo the public backed "Tip by honesty, and work their way quietly and thor oughly. People want no better proof of merit than is contained in tho fol lowing experience:— Mr. Richard Godfrey, Terang, says:— "About four years ago T got a very severe attack of Kidney Troublo. Tho ailment was caused by a cold in tho kidneys, tho result of getting damp and by constant stooping. I suffered ter ribly, and thought I would never get anything to do mo good. I had often been tokl of the curative, properties of Doan's Backacho Kidney Pills, and de cided to try them. I felt better after using ono bottlo of the Pills, and after tho socond, was thoroughly cured. I can recommend anyone with a bad hack to uso them, a...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLAC DAIRYING COMPANY. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

COLAC DAIRYING SGg?tf.V. | HALF-YEARLY MEETING. The half-yearly meeting of the Colac Dairying Company was held on Tues day.'.Mr. J- Kankin presiding. The C'jairman, in moving the adaption of tlio report and balance sheet, said' that the past season had been a most successful one, the turnover for the yeni- be.ny £202.708. as against £2-10,3-10 for the corresponding; period of 1012, or an increase ol £22.308 in this direction. For the past year suppliers had received the stun of £223,;wl, being an average monthly payment oi £'18,o^J. ihe high est monthly payment being ...ctober, L'iiO.OOo, and the lowest in February, '£S.ii(i:i. The output of butier ami cheese, for the pa.st six months consti Luies a record, and absolutely top prices ■•-aw been realised. Regarding cheese, sati.-factory forward sales have been made in London, and your company are exporting a little on consignment as a trial, 'i lie whole of the cneese inanu lae.urcd J'or the past six months has been sold at a satisfac...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Labby" and the Brigand. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

"tabby" and the Brigand. Brigandage 'n jMcxico was a com mon profession, and had its rules. The late Mr. Labouchere was once for some weeks at a sugar planta tion near a. small provincial town in Mexico. In the town lived a brigand. He was highly esteemed by his neighbours, ami, said Mr. Labouchere, I passed many a plea sant evening with him and his family. His (laughter was a. "beadty," and this estimable parent. was amassing a little fortune for her. His habit was to ride at night to the road between Mexico and Vera Cruz with two or three associates, and to levy contributions on the diligence. When .1 left the town I wanted to strike this road, and f went with him and his friends. AVe reached it at about six in the morning. Having partaken of cho colate, the brigands posted themsel ves behind some rocks, and 1 look ed on. Soon the diligence was seen approaching. The- brigands emerged the coachman stopped ; the passen gers were requested to descend, and were politely cased of their...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOIL IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

From the standpoint of soil jmprovo inclit or maintenance. a rotation *.1 cj'o|)s slioukl e.s.abli.^ii two objocts oi prime importance; jt should secure ni trogen from the :ur a!' .. OI'oanic matter to the soil. It is .Possible .so to plan and nrinage a rotation of 110.1 Jegtiminous crops that the supply ol or gan c matter iu the sod will hn main lined in suHicient quantity to keep the .soil in condit.on for the production ol' profitable crops, but wiili suck system in vogue even on our most tortile so.Is tho lime t> not distant when nitrogen must I,.. Mippiied in considerable. ([Uantity or a great- lo^s in productive power 'will IVMllt. l!y properly rotating crops we ntav not only'.secure nitrogen—the most valuable plant food — -I rota the an', hi!> we may also ma'nia'n a .su.'iiclcnt .-tipplv of or ganic matter. Ke. ping the .soil well filled with organic matter is just as important as obtaining nitrogen from tl.e air. The organic matter is the prin cipal sourc of too l for ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 February 1914

FOR DEBILITY A/ #^ in i-ib.Tins. INDIGESTION. Jri(tQIlt EVERYWHERE £xtract* Tftaft B 1155.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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TERANG TORTTING HANDICAPS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

]mm TROTTING HANDICAPS. J! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20. &i 'J'rial Stakes. One wilu and a quar u-r.—C'ooee, Fuchsia, Floater, Ret-so, ®Kencgade, Dixie Maid, scratch; Bai'oii, fffilih-iicue. Alexander, 1U yds. bhd.; Lx glpm, Sweet Nell, 20 yds. bbd.; Baron yu yds. bbd.; Brilliant. 45 yds. mblul.; Jiilmont, uo yds. bbd.;_ Headlight, wLaily Snips 05 yds. bbd.; Dixie Brov u, 111 Olive )j.. Alarm Bell, SO yds. blid.j ilf Qtieenie 90 yds. bbd.; Jackette, 10^ , , u W Bracelet. One mile and a halt.— S'luchsia, Cooee, Floater, Renegade, -5 <- i itch: Alexander, 15 yds.bbd.: Sweet SS iSell. 30 yds. bbd.; Jackeroo, Hilmoni, 1)0 \ds. bbd. ; Lady Clara, 'Hulad, Lady feints. lU;x Alma, Hock Aye, 75 yds. bail.; Broncho,. SO yds. bbd.; Dixio i>io\vn, Aboriginal, Nimble Lad. 90 >d» blid.: Flora. 120 yds. bbd.; Malua, 1)0 yds. bbd.: fionev, 105 vds. bbd.; " County Antrim., lloihville,' ISO yds. 1 lid : Otla Ann, 210 yds. blid. 11 rang Trotting Cup. One mile and Sf a lia'f.—Brillian...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

R;'i If RED LIVER. "For disorders of tho liver and «to mach there is no better medicine than Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Margaret J. Watson, Emerald, Q, "I suffered with bad headaches caused by a disordered liver. Hearing my cus tomers speak so .highly of Chamberlain's Tablets, I thought I would try what they would do for me. After ike first few doses I noticed an improvement, and after I had taken a couple of boxes found myself quite relieved of head aches, which have not returned." Sold by H. V. Bennett, Chemist, Terang. A new oil field has been discovered near Lake Albert, in East Africa. RHEUMATISM. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic 'Liniment re moves moi*o cases of rheumatism every year than all the so-called rheumatism medicines combined. It jvill penetrate to your very bones, and soothe and subduo tlio pain. The lirst application will relieve, and continued us© will bring about marvellous results. Price, i/0 and 3/. Obtainable at H. P. Uennett, Chemist, Terang. Sir Rupert Clarke...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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ALLANSFORD v. LAANG. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

ALLANSFORD v. LAANG. • i The Luang cricketers journeyed to Allansf'ord 011 Saturday to do battle i ior the Ha vines trophy. Unfortunately [ iur t lie home team. Kales, one of moil* biat bowires, was absent, and the visi iuin. being in a good scoring mood, had a rather easv win. 'Scores:— ALLANSFOltJJ. ' (■. Devenish, b G. Hall .. 1*3 AV. Morgan, b G. Hall .. ... 0 G. Burleigh. b G. Hall .. .to; ^ . Burleigh, run out .. 10 G. Boyle, b G. Hall 7 G. Anaiison. b Hall .. 1 B. Chilton, not out ^ L. Grant, b F. Jolnistone ... 1 1". Burleigh, c Buchanan b John atone 0 .1. i'liekert, c and b Hall ...... 2 AV. Allwood, b Johnstone . • i-.i 0 Sundries ..... .. .. ......... .. 8 Total .... ... • 53 Bowling.—F. Johnstone, threo wic |ktts lor 4 runs; Hall, six for 24; Ricli jardson, liouc for 7; Vaughan, none for >7 LAANG. |lt. Hall, b Grant .. .. 10 |J. Buchanan, b Morgan 6' iA. .McEwan, c Flickert- b Morgan 12 tl). Buck, b Morgan ... .. ...4 PG. Hall, uot out .. .. „... :•>; 134 i.B. Batt...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HAYMES TROPHY. PANMURE v. NIRRANDA. PANMURE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

| THE LiAY.UES TilOPllY. I'AxX.MUHE v. iNIltRANDA. PANMUllE, Monday. 1'aiimtue cricketers went to jNirraium jlasi Saturday to play their first match the IL a.vines trophy. Nimuida had hirst bat and scored 34. The only f player for Nirranda to make double 1 iigures was Jack Wallace with 11. Fl'aiiiuuro made 17 in tiieir innings. ['.Hie only player to reach double figures | was Herb, liuut, 10. Both sides made r biuall scores, as it was a bowler's wic fket. Scores:— iNIRllANDA. fjleg- Burnie, run out .. .. .... 1 f.\. Dale, l.b.w. b 11. Hunt 'J. Wallace, c B. Batten b W. Batten 1 ... .... 11 !(J. Lee, b 11. Hunt 8 ?11. Wallace, b W. Batten .. ... ..... 0 :G. Jfrost, b Hunt ..... ... .. ..... .. 2 [J. Diiieen, b Hunt .. .. .. .. .. 1 ! <J. Burleigh, b Hunt .... ., . 4 W. Bell, Ij Hunt 0 Croft-, b Hunt ..... ..... .... 0 il<. Brittaiu, not out ..... .. .. .. t._.; 1 jKg Sundries .... .... .. .. .... .. .. .... 1 ft Total .... 34 II Bowling.—H. Hunt, seven .wickets ...

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ENGLAND'S RIGHT IN GOOD GERMANS' EYES. REICHSTAG LEADER LAUGHS AT THE CRIERS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

ENGLAND'S RIGHT IN GOOD GERMANS' EYES. REICHSTAG LEADER LAUGHS AT THE CRIERS OF WAR. Dr. Hermann Taascho., Vice-Presi dent of the German Reichstag, lias been on a visit to British Columbia, and in a farewell speech to the Ger man Colony nt- Vraioouvor, ho ropliocl to a question on his view of An glo-German relations. People asked, he said, what Ger many wanted with her ships ? Did she want war ? "'Now gentlemen," said the German statesman, "it is impossible for any thinking person to believe that two sister nations are going to be led into a bitter war and allow themsel ves to be crippled in order to bene fit a third, the yellow race. "The German fleet," lie declared, j "existed to protect German indus tries and commerce, and Germans should recognise the right of England also to protect what she already bad. "If Germans were just and broad minded enough to see this," conclud ed Dr. Paasche, "then he would i'ouch for the sportsmanship and fair play which would quickly enough be shown...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. MOUNT NOORAT v. KOLORA. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

CRICKET. 310UXT N00RAT v. K0L0EA. 4. The above teams met on tlio Mount i i >ooiat ground on Saturday. Tlio visi- 1 I t had first use of the Wickets, and ;s3 ,,u. together 110 by cavoful cricket, * V. I'o'igw being top scoror wit-li .42. •:* js" MoCrabbe IS not out and B. Holmes J ii wore next best. .Mount Noorafc re 's , jiyci wi! h -'01, G. Aslett 72 not- out, 3 S fivari Clarke and L. Ooyle with 32 J i i.h being the best scorers. Aslett hit ■ji ^j oil two overs. Doylo secured a \tr with a nice leg bit-, the ball land it fuliy twenty yards outside the ■4 buundary. Scores:— KOLORA. t^\ .Maskell. e ami b Overson .. 1 •sj \v Holmes, c S. Smith b Aslett .0 1 \ Podjxcr.'run out 42 i« j{ Uault.'c liecchy b Aslett .. .• 11 (. Holme*. b Overson .......... 0 3 Ji Holmes, b Aslett .. . ... 13 K MeCrabbe. not out ............ 18 (. Clifford, run out 4 1 i; McConnell. e S. Smith b Aslett 0 -■I' Moloney, b Aslett .. .. .. ,. 2 4 i; I'odger. c Overson b Aslett .. 5 5 Niiidnes ;...j 8 ft 1 Hal ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

T'no guard ho cried, "I'll tako uo more, The trucks ore all full up; You'll havo to wait another day, So just don't feel cut up. And if you want to know just why, We can take no more this tour, Remember that the train's chock-full (Of Woods' Great Peppermint Our©.'?'

Publication Title: Terang Express
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THE STAGPOOLE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

THE STAGPOOLE FAMILY. The Stagpoole Family will Terang on Saturday, 26th i'ebrJ1 with ail entile change of program111' everything new and sparkling great feature of the programme "9 uiarvellutis impersonation of -A'11-'1 the anisic teacher, and liie woiiJ-1'' tricks ol Ted as Jocko, the l-'uiwy ^ key. The Adelaide paper ^»ys: Stagpoole, whose eccentric coined} bat turn is making a sensation m laide with iiis wonderful tumbling and Ins quaint- comedy.''' Une in the United States op.m-d l1i:U tralians do not appreciate :icl0.''!'.r'; Said the paper in question: "It arc any more at home in Ausu'iil^. tile Siagpooles, it is to be liul"-H' ^ they will lind tiieir way to There are a lot ol people 'i01,) would only be too glad to cable minute travelling instructions, ;U1 cablegram would not be ^-'li either. There is an uudelinablo t3^. at.on about these people troiu far bei'oiv tliey do more than juj themselves. When they get bu>y 0^. body realises thai some tiling l':b ■Started. and th...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAUSE AND EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

CAUSE AND EFFECT. Travelling iti the wild and woolly West, a gentleman entered a small township dn order that he might make the purchase of a watch and chain. The shopkeeper was very pleased to oblige, but as he wrapped up the articles purchased he included with them a fearsome-looking revolver of very respectable dimensions. '"I say," observed the astonished traveller, "what are you doing ? I didn't offer to buy a revolver." The watchmaker, puzzled in turn, and thinking his customer must have lost his sense and reason, replied : •'* But you have bought a gold watch. If you are going to keep it in these parts, you'll want the gun, too !" To do nothing is in many cases tc do a positive wrong, and, as such, requires a positive punishment.— Porteus.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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PENSHURST TROTTING HANDICAPS. SATURDAY, 28th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 February 1914

PEN8HUR8T TROTTING HANDICAPS. SATURDAY, 28tk FEBRUARY, Members' Trot. Olio miJo and'; quarter.—Rynda, Governor. Lady Prin cipal, scratch; Persuasion. Traccy F.: Black Sam, 10 yds. blul. scr.; A.K., 3". yds. blul.; Blueskin. 100 yds. bhd.; Bally Gaully, ISO yds. bhd.; LusiR, 100 yds. bhd.; Kotliville, 270 yds. b:i Open Trot. One mile and a liali. Priuce Hal, Diueskin. Dixie Maid, sr.. Alexander, 15 yds. bhd. scr.; Brills' Ivapai, 15 yds. bhd.: J ackeroo, GO P bhd.; ilex Alma, ilulad, /5 yds. Wi: Hoyal Hose, Dixie Drown, Abolish 'JO yds. bhd.; Myl0s, l(J-3 yds. I'-A G.T.F., Illuniuuuion. Couutv Anx: llothvdle, ISO yds. bhd..: LieuK^ J. 165 yds. blul. ; Pexie, l'JO yds. Two Mile Trot.—Governor, s.'rai ■ AVcstern Deli, 20 yds. blul. scr.; fc" liant . 00 yds. bhd. ; J ackeroo, 70 blul. ; Headlight, Poet Alma, Uul^ 00 yds. bhd.; lloyal ltose, Dixie Broj Aboriginal. 110 yds. bhd.; 31yl; lloney, 210 yds. blul. : lllumina*",-' 230 yds. bhd. ; Lieutenant J., 2-10 F biul.; llexie. 250 yds. bhd...

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