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TENNIS. MUMME CUP COMPETITION. TERANG v. COBDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 February 1914
TENNIS. 31 UMMIi CUP COMPETITION. TEH AN G v. COBDEN. A singles match in connection with tlio Muniino Cup Competition was played on Saturday last between Cob don and Telling, with (ho following results:— Dr.'Drew beat Head, G—1, G—2.. L. Thompson beat (Juiun, G—1, G—3. It. Thomson beat Itev. Holland, 6—4, 6-4. J. Ileggie beat Dr. 13 re ton, 6—3, 3—G, 3—0. Totals: Cobden, 4 rubbers S sets 51 games; Terang, 0 rubbers 1 sob 24 frames.
MARKETS. TERANG PIG MARKET. Wednesday, 25th February, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 February 1914
MARKETS. TERANG PIG MARKET. AVccliicstlay, 2otli February, 101-1. 'j-ji' pgs p:-ntied. Bacoiteits.—3-0 forward. \ aliK-s_t!irougiiout ruled in javor oi buyers. l'rlmo medium weight baeoner.-:., £3 15/ to L'-l 1/0; prune light weights, from £3 7/0 to £3 12/0; prime heavy weights from £2 15/ to £3 '&lt;/'>. Store I'igs.—Values throughout ruled about the same as lasi market. For ward store pigs, £2 7/(i to £2 15/: small :• tores, from UI 15/ to £2 •)/': slips from CI 10 to .CI 17/&lt;>; Mi.-ki.Ts from £1 to £1 10'. Next fortnightly pig sab on Wvdne.-.d.iy, 11th March. Daigcly and Co. Ltd. report having penned -178 pig*, of wh:ch H9 were hat-iineis. . T.iey topped the market uiil( a pen of eigiit cho:ce Yorkslmo hat-oners at £-1 1/15, fattened on Molit gmuery and Bradsiiaw's ilairv I a nil j>\ .Mr. Harrison. We made sales lor .Messrs. .Mongoinery and Bradslmu (11 a irison's dairv) at £1 1.0: 1. O. L'tvle :u £1 1/ and £3 ISO. fourteen av&lt; laging £-1 ; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 February 1914
JUST WHAT YOU NEED. Laxo-'I'onic Pills c;ui bo taken at all times and under all conditions by both young and old alike without tliojsliglit est risk, and without danger of un pleasant after-effects. Laxo-Tonic Pills assist the processes of nature, giv© re lish to the l'ood, removing exhaustion, sick headache, and many other ailments. Lrr • Tonic 1'ill.s are a popular pill at a popular price. Sold by 11. P. Bennett, uaemist, Terang. LYau Stephen is to bo appointed Jiisl'.op of Tasmania. 1)IS01U)EKED LIVER. "For disorders of Ibo liver and sto mach (hero is no better medicino than Chamberlain's Tablets," writes JNIrs. Margaret J. "Watson, Emerald, Q. "1 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 the iirst lew doses I noticed an improvement, and after I had taken a coupJe of boxes found myself quite relieved of head aches, which have not returned." Sold b...
MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. Tuesday, February 24, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 February 1914
MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTIUCT COMPANY'S RErOilT. Tuesday, i''ebr«;u',v 'J-L, I'Ji-1. JLiuUcr.—There was a marked failing oil in the supply of supernno butter hr to-day's market; • tiiere was an advance ol: one penny per lb., and tlie demand wa tver.v aet.ve. t^uotations: Super line Westerns, I/i per 10.; good to prune, 1/ to l^Ul. per lb. (Jheese.—Thero was a linner tendency and an advance 111 prices, prime new realising ojjd. to (id. per lb., and occa sionally to GJ-d. per lb. or special linos'. iiggs.—lid. per dozen; special and private lines a little 'higher.
PRODUCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 February 1914
PRODUCE SALE. iloi'iiL' and Palmer report having I lield -their usual fortnigntly produce sale 011 Wednesday, when a light sup ply camo to liand. Competition was good., and wo disposed of all forward at late rates. We quote: Geese, 5/ per j pair; tluuks, 15; to 1/ per pair; liens, 2/ to >i; per pair; young roosters, 1/U >o -,(i per pair; gobblers, 10/; apples, 3/ per ease.
COLAG RACES. CUP WON BY REMUNERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 February 1914
COLAG RACES. CUP WON BY REMUNERATION. The Stinimcr meeting 0f t}i0 Colac Turf Club was held on Tuesday oil the Club's well-appointed course, and was of ;l most successful character'. • The weather was lino and cool, and the at tendance reached a record, the takings amounting to £lip- The proceedings were of a very satisfactory nature, and tli eracitig was all that could be desired. Tue following arc the details:— HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES. Of 18 sovs. Six' furlongs. 0. and J. Coghlan's ch 111 Bowling Foivst, by Wallace—Oplnr, J vrs., 7.3 (E. S. Grace) . 1 D. .JacUman'.s b g Nab Kirk, aged, 8.5 (P. Permit) ? .. 2 E. Manifold's ch g Bnllarook, 0 yrs., 7..'5 (G. Leonard) ' .. 3 Other starter: Volvo. N.2 (W. Cody). Belting: (I to 1 agst. Dowling Forest. 3 to 1 Nat Kirk, Bnllarook and Volvo. The favorite made all ll«> running, and won easily by a couple of lengths from Nat Kirk, who was half a length' in front, of Bultiirook. Vulvo was last. Time: 1.17 3-0llis. HURDLE RACE. Of o(J sovs. T...
BEEF AND BUTTEBFAT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 February 1914
BEEF AND BUTTEBFAT. ^ Probably nothing, says a well-known Otago agricultural writer, would induce tho grazier of fattening cattle to trans fer his attention to dairying; but tlio "productive capacity of a well-selected cow is much greater than that of a well bred steer, and 1116re can bo made off grass by combining the two. Tho aver ago dairy cow of the Dominion produces about 500 gallons of milk_ anniially, y.eldiug 12i per cent, or G'25 lb. of fat, sugar, casein and ash, practically all of which is digestible. It would be a good steer that would increase 500 lb. in live weight in the course of a grass season, anil only about 00 per cent., or 300 lb. of that amount would be beef, tho valuo of which as food has furtJier to be dis counted by its bone- content-. The valuo of 500 gallons of milk at Od. per gallon comes to £12 10/, while 500 lb. of live weight in a steer at 30/ would bo £~ 10/. It would take as much grass to produce one result as the other. But the dairyman is more conc...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 February 1914
DEATHS. FRASER— On tm- SOfcli inst.. at The Manse, Tenuis. Kov. Samuel Eraser, J M.A. Aged 70 years. . I •The Funeral will leave The Manse at Two p.m. To-morrow (Saturday) for the j Tqrang Cemetery, BUSHELL.—On the -25Ui insl., at 1 liallangeich, Michael, fifth eldest son j "of the la to Martin Bushell. Aged *i:j years. lt.i.P. The Funeral will leave his late resi dence at Ten a.m. THIS DAY, for the Tower Hill Cemetery. J. M. BEEN NAN. Undertaker. Funeral Notice. THE FUNERAL of the lute 11EV. S.'OIUKL ERASER will leave liis late residence, The IWanse, '10-jM0R ROAY, Saturday. February 2Sth, at 2 p.m., for the "place of interment, tlie Terang Cemetery. A. JENKINS, Undertaker. Sn Memoriam. BAXTER.—In loving memory of my dear sister, Annie, who died on 25th ; February, 1909; also her little daugh- ! ter Maggie, who died on the 23rd ; December, 1908. . j Some day, some time, our eyes shall sco ' Tito faces kept- in memory; [ Sonio day, their hands shall clasp our! hand, | Just over in t...
COM[?] [?]DING OF CREAM. STRIKING EXPERIENCES AT KORUMBURRA. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
Uviiiii ukwOii • i»i" GREAM. STRIKING EXPERIENCES AT KORUMBURRA. .Mr. J. Proud, manager of tho Koi* umburra butter factory, has for .-onto yeai'.s been a strong advocuto of the compulsory grading of cream. Kcconb disclosures a.s to tno deteriorating qua lity of Australian butters justify Jiis action in the matter. There can be no superfine butter, lie points out, without, the cream supply is of the best. And as long as careless dairymen can obtain si's much for inferior or stale cream as is allowed for the fresh article, they will not trouble to provide the latter. Jn order to bring about a sounder state of affairs, it is imperative that reform should start at the dairy. The pr.ee paid for cream .should bo accord ing to its quality. Any factory that pays more for cream than its quality warrants should ho penalised. Where one factory accepts cream that has b.-en prev.ously rejected by anotaer, the penalty imposed should be substan tial. Drastic as such procedure may s cm. it is, in M...
THE PEJARK DRAIN. SHIRE COUNCIL ASKED TO TAKE IT OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
THE PEJARK DRAIN. —- . I SHIRE COUNCIL ASKED TO TAKE IT OVER. j At yesterday's mooting of the Hamp den blnro Council, the following peti tion was received from ^Messrs. C, W. Clifford. P. H. Lock, C. Xorris and 103 other ratepayers of the West Hiding:— ' "We. tlie undersigned, being rate- I payers and landholders of the West I Hiding of the Shire ul' Hampden, most j respectfully request that you apply to ■ have the j'ejark drain reserve, at pre- j sent under Government control, vested in yourselves, commencing at the north- j east corner of .Mr. Scally's land and ' running west along the north of Terang ' towjislii]>. up lo where the boundary ot the West Hiding terminates. In malt ing tlie request. we would point out to you that the whole of the draining of the town id' Terang llow.s into this Pejark drain, and also a large number of fanner.s in Keihunbete on the north of the drain, as well as a number .011 the south, use this drain to carry away their surplus ilood waters. A...
MISS MARY STIRLING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
MISS MARY STIRLING. I .Under the well-known Faulkner Smit li management, tile popular singer, Miss ' Mary Stirling, who is' making a fare [ well tour of Victoria, prior to her departure for Europe, will appear in the Public Hall on Friday, March Gth. Madame Maggie Stirling will accom pany her daughter on the tour, and a company of capable entertainers, in cludjjtg orace John Book, English entertainer; Mr. John Amadio, flau tist; and Miss G'eorgie Claridge, accom paniste, will also appear in support. Mr. Komayne Symmons, who acted as aceompaniste for Madame Lillian Nor dica during her rccent tour of Austra lia, predicted that in a few years Miss Mary Stirling would be o»o of the greatest singers of the world. An excellent entertainment is promised bv the management, and patrons are promised a , rare musical treat. We arc requested to state that the enter tainment will not commence till S.'lu.
A DOG BITE. CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
A DOG BITE. CASE DISMISSED. At t!io Colac Court of Potty Sessions on Thursday, In-fore Mr. Cohen, P.M., • Patrick G race proceeded against Har- , riet R.chardson, of Colac, on a charge that a fox terrier dog, of which the defendant was the owner, did attack Margaret Grace, a daughter of in formant. Mr. Cunningham appeared for the informant, and Mr. 1'. W . Hancock for j defendant. Patrick Grace, of Skene Street Colac, said he knew the defendant, • who also lived in Skene Street. On the 21st November last lie was in tho garden, about 7 o'clock in the evening. His daughter, four years old. was wait ing on the gate. Defendant's dog bit her on the wr.st. The wound bled freely. His wife went to defendant, who gave no satisfaction. The dog was a terrier, arid belonged to defendant. To Mi-. Hancock: He was at the side of the house and saw the whole thing. He had complained to defendant pre viously about the dog. tie was not in ' the habit of having rows with, his neigh- ■ bors. He was fine...
CLASHING OF RACING DATES. TERANG, PENSHURST, AND WINSLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
GUSHING OF RAGING DATES. TE1UXC, PENSHUBST. AND W1XSL0W. the annual meeting of the Pens i ,,'^t Day l&lt;:ice Club oil Tues ' : the Secretary, at the request of l|,'. riv.-Kient, .Mr. K. Barnes, read a 1 V.jjlii'r &lt;ii' extracts from tile "kxpress," ''•itim: '>aek t° l'"-'07* and also tlle fo1" J" . comment by _\Ir. Barms:— j '..jiv the above it will be •sceu ■ .'Toian^ is lioi.st witli its own 1 . ..,1. Whilst il.cy were allowed '' ' suck tiic blood from l\'iis- j !° Port Fairv clubs on Easter i untli'v ••Jl ":,s a" riKht'" Sai(1 ,1,0y' w-h plentv oi room l'or all meet but directly their poa;-hmg pro were lrpped m tne bud, they j 1''"* ' ,:,y there is not room for j !!„',,/':iihI \Ymslow, and ask the ; \ to take Boxing Ua.v h'011* Pons- ; aiul -ive it to AVinslow. Ah! ; h,. (-at i-s out at la&t. Box.ng Day is. jj'v in iii&lt;* o.ntnient. Boxing Uav i Jy, 'liv its raipd progress, is right up j ih tli"-. progressive clubs in the dis- | )v.'-.. .„|...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
HEXONA. The Rapid Ileahng O.ntmcnt citrws with remarkable rapidity Xcuvs, Ulcers. Burns, Cuts. Bruises, Eczema. Chil blains. and nil Diseases &lt;if t lie Skin. Sold in triangular P"'s at TO and U/. Obtainable at tl. P. Bennett, Chemist. Tenuis. TIk> Russian Government proposes to spend £1,000 000 on irrigation. DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABl'LES Pavo tlio way to Success By giving you A Good Stomach And a Cheerful Disposition. They digest what you eat. Obtainable at H. P. Bennett, Chem ist, Terttnjj, „
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
A. JENKINS, UNDERTAKER, TEliANG AND CAMPER DO WIS1 Tek*ng, CAMI'EKDOWN & Distuict. AT YOUR CONSTANT SKIiVlCE DON'T KOKGE'l In this particular line of business. Now in Stock, a large and most com plete range of Caskets, both plain and polished wood to choose from, finish ed complete in Two Hours Notice. Price, Quality of Work and Finish Unsurpassed. Direct personal Super Cubinefc Work, Upholstering, Frcnch 1'olishiug. Furniture Kopaired and Kenofated equal to new, Address—Bayne St., Terang Opp. Co operative Timber Yards, Phone No. 70 Terang WALL PAPERS. Wo Havo Jusfc Landed, Dirccb From England and America, —A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF— PAPER11 AN GIN GS, Comprising over Two Thousand Picces of tlio Newest Designs and Colourings In —PLAIN and PRINTED GOODS. - —Prices: From 4d. to 2/U per Roll.— Inspection Invited. I -—P A I N T S In Shades to Match any Paper Selected. -STAINS, POLISHES. Etc., FOR —FUiu\ITURE and FLOORS — (A. R. CLARKE) HOUSE PAINTERS, DECORATORS, PAPE11HANGERS. E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
CAMPERDOWN- PICMC RACES. —THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 191-1.— P 11 0 G It A M M E. 1 MAIDEN HACK It ACE. About Jive ; furlongs. Weight, JOst. First, trophy value £2 2/; second, Trophy" value 10/. Entry, 2/G. 2 MAIDEN HURDLE It ACE. About j i wo miles. First, Trophy value £3 3/; second, Trophv value £' 1/. Entrv 4/. 3 LADIES' BRACELET. About six furlongs. Welter weights. For liorses that have never won a prize exceed ing £5. First, Bracelet value £3 3/; second, Trophv value 10/. Entry, 3/0. 4 NOVELTY PONY It ACE. ■ About 4 furlongs. Ponies 11.1 a.u. ; twelve yards' handicap allowed for every inch under 14.1. Correct height and last three performances to be given at time of efitry. First prize, Tro -phy valuo £2; second, Trophy value 10/ .• Entry, 2/. 5 ST. PATRICK'S DAY HANDICAP. About six furlongs. Minimum weight lOst. First prize, Trophy valuo £10; second, Trophy value £1. Entrv 7/G. G HANDICAP TROT. Unregistered. About one mile and a half. Last fivo performances to be given at tiino of en...
MARKETS. MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. ROBERTSON & GARDNER'S REPORT. Thursday, February 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
MARKETS. MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. ROBERTSON GARDNER'S REPORT. Thursday, February 2G, 1914. Fresh Butler.—Market bare of choice qualities, for which values advanced; poor grades unaltered. Choicest fac tory, 1/1 per lb.; good to prime, 1/ to 1/UA-; medium, lOJd. to lid.; choice separator, lid. to Hid.; good dairy and separator. lOd. to lO.Jd.; mixed lots, Sd. to 9d.; heated and curdv lower. Eggs.—Supplies of ordinary lines more than sufficient for requirements; general quality bad; values easier. Ordinary I,lies, lOd.; selected ami pri vates, J Id. to 1/1 ; new laid to 1/12. Cheese.—Improved demand for ne.v makes. Prime, new. large, 5:Jd. to (id. per lb. ; special brands occasiona'ly 6id.; medium, old. to 5Ad.; new, loaf, prime, 6.',d. to 6.1d. ; semi-matured, (JAd. to 7d. ; mellow matured, Sd. Poultry.—Young roosters, prime, lu-avy, 5/6 to 6/4 per pair; extra prime to 7/1; med'uin to good. 3/6 to 5/3; smnli to medium. 2/6 to 3/5; chickei's. small to good, l/(i to 2/6; fat hens. 4/ t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
F.TARANTO, Fruiterer and Confectioner, HIGH STREET, TERANG. ALL CHOICEST FRUITS in Sanson. Tlio Best Imported and Colonial CONFECTIONERY always on hand. Only the very best SOL'"T DIMNKS and CORDIALS kept in large variety. Great Variety Of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and FANCY BOXES Just Arrived. Everything Stocked is tlio Very Best. NOTE MY ADDRESS, ANT) PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. MECHANICS FRUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' Go-oparative Proiiuca Gompan Limited DESIRE to Intiniato to Fanners in the Surrounding District that they have arranged to MAlUvKT FAK.M PRODUCE during the forthcoming season. ORDERS are now being received for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. A BRANCH OFFICE has been open ed at Royal Chambers, ivepler Street, Warrnambuol, under tho management of MR. J. J. ORR. HEAD OFFICK: 57 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. TERANG REPRESENTATIVES: GO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Terang. '' :• Hi, C'ir.i Coughs and Colda.-i. ii "
THE COURSING SEASON. WESTERN DISTRICT DATES ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
■WESTERN DISTRICT DATES ARRANGED. Oil Thursday afternoon, "in the Lcuni Hotel, Camperdown, a conference of representatives of No. -1 (Western) Dis trict Coursing Clubs was held to draw up a Jist of dates for the forthcoming season. Tiie delegates present were:— :Vlr. D. McDonald, M or plaice and Cam perdown Club; Mr.W.Bannister, Colac and Cressy Citibs; Air. W. Lauder, "Wmchelsea Club; Mr. 13. Gannon, Penshurst and Hamilton Clubs; antl Mr. T. 11.. Geddes, Hexham and Mt. Siiadwell Club. Mr. D. McDonald presided, and Mr. E. R. Hines acted as secretary to the conference. Correspondence was received- from constituent clubs,- Casterton excepted, suggesting dates that would suit them. After a lengthy,, discussion, in which due consideration was given to tho sug gestions from clubs, tne following list was drafted, to be submitted' to tho National Coursing Club for adoption:— May G.—Cressy. May 7.—Hamilton. May 1-1.—Penshurst. May 20 and 21.—M.ortIake and Caui perdown. May 28.—Hexham. May 3...
ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914
ti.» foiiowi.®««»»"«jsurs 'm1., '"'S.VTi'd ilitchcucks, t2 «; U,-2; blight a'"* * 8/(3 and £-14 lUield;UKl ."id,.(i^: ;ii^ ^. j Hau,,h! '!■ ' '-im'- s'liirc Electric Light Account. rT- rl'. C. Mickle, AJW 0,8; 11. C. ~ , .I *">5 ■ A. S-ringer, £12 10.; £8 0/8; A H Greene. CjG 13.-1; A. Cameron, £12 10/; J- '• Vv.rs 'i& 0/8; 0. A. Watts, £o: J; Cameron, £3 0/8; Shire Elctar.c Light Account, £4 0.1; Po.Uil Depa.tnK,^ LI and £3 18,1U; l^ito ColU otoi , Liverpool. London and Giobe, 11 ^ W. .McCann, £4 3/; James 111ss,A-U 31; S. H. Hallett, lO'-'^V lord. £34 5/0; D. .Madden, lo- 1"; . ,. i- ,i . t->'- Thus Lake\, *■ J. > ^ : H„ \vv ;uu! Crawley. £10 9,8; Ti\ ' Toian &lt;~0 0;o; Kelly Bios.. .Cl> ' V Potter. £01 14 &lt;4; C. Brad .* Vj8 10'; Kollv Bros., £38 It'; S,:;; Trninor, £88 4j ; A. U. Allan £J0 ; H ,). Hassett. £03: Hassett and lot tor £92 10 ; H- J- Hassett £34 4 ; \Y.'Gillespie, £22 10/: E. Scllick, £4 J : 10 • W. Gillesp e. £41 H; S. Crawlej,...