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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

TEHTSr" One of Australia's Leading Jersey Breeders writes— m "S'r,—I liavo niucli pleasure ir bating that I iiavo usoil your . - ?.l AMM I-TE1N mtd-.M An\L\! ITKIN ^'-lNTMICNT, and liavo Found both preparations VKUY EKKICCTIYK L\ 'I'll 10 TIMOATiM KNT OK JIA.M.MITltf AND SOUK TUATS. etc. respectively, and X MAKK A POLY!' OK ALWAYS KKKi'lNC SO.MKOK KAOII ON HAND. —Yours KaiUif u 1 ly. G. T. CMIHNS1D15." tK. LA'l'TA .Manager Worribco Park.) o :o P R I C E S. jUAM.MlTETN 4/0: Injectors, .'3,(5; ('ninliinrd Injivt urs; and Milk Fever Outlits, 10.G; Ontnient. 1/, 1,/G and 'J; per tin; Drench, l/G for two, or Hi/ per (lo:'.en of J-l. Sold by 3. BIBilQP, Toi'aag ; BALTIO Go. Ltd., and KENNEDY & 60..1 Wai'i'iiasiibaol. Blask, Campsrclowsi: Gamyon, Mortlake. ; « ■£. w \7 •;.' J*-.** C—. *,»V^i.. Ji:.£> .ii_ Vy «y Mr. B. 6. LOEL VETERINARY SURGEON -—And— EQUINE DENTIST, MAY bo Consulted at tho COMMERCIAL HOTEL, TKRANO, EVERY MONDAY. Any part of the District visited by Car when nmes...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKETS. TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, 2nd March, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

MARKETS. TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, 2nd March, 191-1. '257 cuttle and 1!J2 .slioop yarded. Kill Cattle.—(31 forward. Tile demand j was exceptionally keen, and values in ! most instances ruled l'\illy 15/ per head j h'glier. I'miie fat cows, 17 to ..CS;' extra to -C8 17.'(>; liyht weights from j cL'U to i'O 15/; fleshy cows from Cl 15/; j ;j;ood conditioned bullocks, £6 10/ to C9. Dairy Cattle.—The market ruled linn at improved rates. Jk\st cows in full profit, £7 ]i)/ to £8 15/; others from £5; h:\st forward sprinjiiny cows and heifers, £(j to £7 10/; backward from £■>. Store CaLtle.—Very few forward; market linn. Forward store cows from L'.'i 10' 1o £) 10/: old and inferior from ;C1 10/. YoU«« Cattle. —An exceptionally <i;>od market at late ratvs. lleilers, yrs, okl. C-J 5' to !Jo 1*2/; heifers. l.J to '2 yrs. old. C2 7/0 to £2 15/: yearlings from ''o. ■ Sheep.—Values unaltered. Fat lambs. 12,TU; 2-tooth wethers, 1-1 '9. Da lye I,v and C'u. Ltd. report having ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

The Good Samaritan HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CUR] The Graadest Remedy for COUGHS and A dosa or fcv<ro 2a generally sufficient KEEP A BOTTLE IN IKE HOUSE SOLD by all CHEMISTS and STC?:S_" „>n Scientific Simplicity. ..Easy..Running, with a big lifting-power, their are sure things to keep the troughs full. A Good IV1ISS is a treasure, and Fuller's Mills are everything that can be desired. Strong, WefS-built, Easy Running, an ornament to the Farm at a moderate cost. ESTIMATES FOR ARTESIAN B0R3NG. iLJ sLa JLs? O ITS 9 Manufacturer TERANQ. 'Phone No. 23M. M fc«a la B I HUIVeriV ^ BBS ^Baaisasliil TERANQ and CAMPERDOWN PRIZE-TAKERS ALL CONTESTED SHOWS (including Royal Show). Cars. Cars. Cars, FAST, RELIABLE, and QUIET RUNNENG. Available Day and Night. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED WITH VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. If you went a Good V.ohicla at Reduced Prices, DON'T FAIL TO INSPECT OCR STOCK. r'i REPAIR AND RENOVATE CARS AND VEHICLES IN FIRST CLASS AND UP-TO-DATE STYLE. 'Phone 33. —YOUR PAT...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

DENTAL. W. A. PARRAMORE, l.d.s.,b.d. S dentist, TERANG. Mil. PAltUAMORE may be Consulted at his Rooms in Siiadforth Street, opposite the Wheatsheaf Hotel, daily (ex cept Friday). Australian terrier pups lor Sale, rougli-coated. A. J. Bruce, 'James Street. Port Fairy. A Limited Number of White Leghorn Cockerels for sale; Bertlesmier's Roseworthy winners, Purvis' Roso wor thy winners (winter test), Swift nud Brown Burnley winners. Price, 5/' each.—W. G. Osburne. Dop.cas soojety me^b- This! Afternoon at o'clock as usual. ^HOll SALE.—Hornsby-Ackroyd Oil Engine, 2£-h.p. ; suit fanner for chaff-cutting; cheap. This Ollico. T.MPERIAL u-h.p. Stationary Petrol X Engine, almost new. Full particuJ lars on appl.cation to T. WALLS and uU., 'i'erang. FCl'ure FRAMING, Furniture Ru pa.rs, Upholstering, etc.—WALLS, Toning, Maryborough and Geelong. Lost.—Gold P«u>l, Smuij between Cainperdmvn • Road and Baynost. Apply "Express'' Ollicc. Lust.—From Bend Paddock: Bay Filly, two years oil'; about l4i ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

MgMBiM mmmSM ^sfess Mr. J. ROGKLIN, F.V.O.A., OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN & SIGHT —SPECIALIST,— Of —G1 BOURKEST., MELBOURNE, - WJT/L VISIT Tc;:u!k District period ically (:it tlio Commercial llotol). Date of next visit will appear in a futuro issuo. Sciontilic Si^ht Testing with the Latest and Most Modern Appliances. Cojnploto Satisfaction Guaranteed. —Dato of Next Visit— James Macqueen BUII DER & CONTRACTOB. —Add "0AR1NYA," EY/ING STREET.— CONTRACT WORK A SPECIALTY. —Complete Satisfaction Guaranteed.— / 1 3£Hu MELBOURNE. .' LL COMMISSIONS EXECUTED Ql< GOVERNMENT LiCEKSED .RACECOURSES. Sufficient Address— Sol. Greea, MELBOURNE. MRS. BOYCE Teacher, Piano. —"KEMPTON.'' CAM PK R DO WM— - ROAD, TERANG.— AUTnORISEiriNSTROCTRESS for Nauton's NATIONAL EASY SYSTEM. Terms Arransiei? f<M Q>'n..l Lesson^ or Quarterly, fie ed .

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

TERANG. MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1914. Cattle, Sheep, Horses, &cj Sale of Dairy C'atfclo at 12.30 o'Clock Sharp. D ALGETY A COMPANY LIMITED (Successors to Howe, Thornton and j Palmer) will Sell (through tlieir Auc- , t onecr) in their Yards, Terang, on tho i above date:— I FAT CATTLE. ' 10 Prime Cows from i'uilci^li. S Prime Cows I'rnni Ivolora. (i Prime Cows fnini Noorat. 7 Prime Cows from Keilainbetc. DAIRY CATTLE. Account Mr. .John incc. - 1 Truck (if Cows ill full profit and spnii^mji. Ace. Mr. .Ia,_ Flynn.— 1 Truck ni Milkt-rs and Springers. —<_) Choice Au'uinii Defers. STUPE CATTLE. J'-J Good Conditioned Voting Cows. 10 Stoic Cons in yood contlition. YOUNG CATTLE. 30 Heifers. I \ vi s. old. SliEEP. 30 Fat Crossbred Lambs. 'A) Fat Ewes. DALGETY and CO. LTD.. Terang. TERANG. WEDNESDAY, lit h MARCH. —At Twelve o'Clock.— p r g s. DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED (Successors to Howe, Thorn ton and Palmer) will hold their NEXT FORT NIGHTLY PIG SALE on the above date. DAL...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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S[?] OF [?] MONDAY. MARCH 2nd, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

or •MONDAY. MARCH 2nd, 101-1. Piesent: Crs. \Y. McDowall (Presi dent); S. CJ. Black; K. J. Kelly; J j Bradshaw; D. S. Oman; J5. Alanifold; and J. C. -Man.fold. COK R ESPOXD I5XCI5. lfroin Dr. Breton, reporting a case ol dipiitheria al Terang.— Received. From tin. Under Treasurer, forward ing account for .C7~A). being proportion { oi endowment payable to 1 1j>- Hampden Silire for year ending June, liJll.— l{e:e.ved. From Geo. Brain. Wagga. thawing attention to tbe stat<. of about 7A ehaitis of drain be!ween ii;s properties at Kol ora. I ne drain was at present chok;J up with wat'rcre>s, which caused tlie vsiier to How on 10 is is land.—Referred to West Bidng members for report. from the Si-cretary Cainperdown Lii< Brigade, asking lhat an e'cctne light lie placed ,n lro.it oi the lire .st't tioil.— From II. A. C'urrio, Derriiialluin, m closing cheque for i.'l7o. amount to bo paid tor the exetss ana in the road exchanged for the road along railway l.no now f...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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TALKING OF TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

TALKING OP TEETH. Falsa teeth to the enormous total of 110 millicns are manufactured an nrally in the world. From America alone lia!f-a-million teeth are im ported to Englanl and the Conti nent every week, rnd rm Lojidon firm employs GOO girls a'l the year round to sort an.l jo'ish artificial molars. C)!' recent years, dsntistry has he come n'ore r nd more scientific. Elec trical ma Iiinory of iraiy varieties has be;n d.>vi.-:crt for the use of den tists, : n 1 where a few years ago a dental surgeon possers.d only one pcir of forceps, now there arc a hun dred and fifty different Kinds of for ccps. For a ra'.in2t ccnt.-v'r.'n.; a com ilete equipment, a djntist pays about £100 ; his chair and fittings cost him another .CCO or so. For drilling teeth there are 'burs " o; abo.it fi'T, hundred tilereut patterns and the drawers of a dentist's cabi net are tilted wiLh o a! slides and rounded comers to ensure perfect clecn'in?fs. As for painless extraction., dental science h:<s...

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WORLD-WIDE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. The Frcnch Ministry of Finance has among its officials half a dozen men whose duties are simply to smoke fro n morning to night ! rjh:sa are the tobacco tasters of Lhi Frcnch Government, who have to pr.ss judgment upon all cigars, cigar s' t.ef, and loose tobacco which is •ii; n f .ctnrcd in Frnn:e. Beyond i< 1 a.n^ fu 1 iovcr to condemn any j milking stuff t.hiit if; made in France lie o Scial tasters must also give th ir a >pro at of aiy foreign ci gars or ci arettes l.clore they can be sold within tin country. I Only experienced rn n. usually cx nspectors c.f (o'inrc ) ficiories, a,-c apion^ed to tinse loito:):-, which, altho'.ii h rcsp< n .il l > and sought after, are n :o pleasantly easy as might a ipcar. 1 h > l.ons <f a to! acco taster's ' d.-tv" arc from r.iuc in the moin'ng urtl a'l sorts of to!;acco barn to be smoked. As an ani.d )te to [o;.sihle n co tine poisonng, ai d lo prevent them selves bccomin; "taste blin...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

-TAKE CARE OF YOUR PROPERTY, AjStD IT "WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU. Use a " Worth-While " Paint. In a Tainting Job, Labor costs morethan tho Paint; therefore ub® 9 Genuiuo and Durable Paint, and youwill Savo Labor. i AEON BRAND IS THE BEST ON THE MARKET. It is Sold in a Great Variety of Suitablo Shades for Houses and Implements by Terang& District Co-operative Society, Limited Noorat iron Works. JOHN M'LEOD. T'OIIX McLEOD wishes to intimate to U the Htsidenls of the Noorat, Kolora. Gleiiorniistoii and surrounding J),strict.-; that lie has commenced J3u.sine.ss in Noorat as a —CI ENERAL TltON-W ORKEll And SUPPLIER. OF "WINDMILLS. lie is A«ent i'or the Famous WONDER MILL, which is the last word in Windmills. It. only needs Oiling Once a year. One of the -Mills may bo seen working in los ya rd. Estimates <iiven for the Erection of Mills, of any make. ' Wsiter-systcns estimated for and supplied. A full supply of all torts of Parte kept. .MACHINERY of all kinds, Oil &amp...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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DINGO HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

DINGO HUNTING. ♦ About four o'clock one morning, I /mil four other lads of my own iiRc, all sturdy Australian lads, set out from tile town of L' , in tile mid dle of Australia, on a din^o bun:. These dingoes, or wild (Iolts, are a ] Ri'eaL nuisance t.o the surroundiite; farmers, often killing a <lo/en head of entile in one nijjht. They have often pursued people at niijht, when in packs, but alone, or in the day light, they are cowardly and harm less, until driven Id bay. Then tiny are fierce, by desperation. We set out for a den., about ~2~> miles from our town. This den was a cave about I'.il feel lomr. 12 fe t wide, by (1 feet liii;b. at the top of a rocky lull. Owinir to the presence of two hiif*e boulders, the nioulh of the cave was so blockeil that only one dni; could pass out at. once. Tl'.e cave har boured about LMi din,^'oes. We ar rived at this cave about nine o'clock and found l lie air to be none of the sweetest. Hones were strewn all around, uiviiiir the pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

D RSPEl? ATF; STIOOTTNO Tains in the C-hesf require prompt t real ment. Vst. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It gives ilnint<• relief. J'rico. 1/0 and •V. Obtainable at 11. P. ljonnetl. Chemisi. Terang. It is- proposed to increase tram faros in Sydney by ."*>0 per cent. 11(>XKSTIjY IiECmni I'uXDKl). "To anyone suffering from Diarrlwa T can honestly recommend Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrluca Kemedy as being the most satisfactory remedy oil the market." writes Mr. C\ C. Hooper. Wakefield. N./j. ''I have iriod all sorts of medicines, but have found nothing e(|iial to Chamberlain's Colic and niiurho-a Remedy." Sold by H. P Bennett, Chemist. Terang. The death is announced of the Earl <if ^linto. liTC'KKD HIS BACK. 'T rick<i(l my back severely nncl tt.-.s nimble In stand upright.'' writes Mr. Thus. IT. Miihcr. Khlaiul. Vic. "I had scon Chamberlain's Pain Halm rd vortisod fin- strains, and thought I would sco what it would do for m...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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THE ZILLAH HARRISON SEASON OPENING AT TERANG TO-MO[?] NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

THE ZiLLAH fiSRSISOii Sftfj' I OPENING AT TKKANG i MCI II I'. A very excellent o>uth>'"-1 Iiuisie. comedy and n.1 is prom sed I'ur lii<■ t>1 >< in 11_ ' - tlii' Zillah 11:iiTifctm i u:< ria-i- r c;:nnntnt-<' a two nights' 'leran^ I'ulili- Hall tu-inuno1' l;| (,\\ t.'tliit ;>day). {.'hii'i jiitrrtst •'' round _\ii.-.s 7,i 11,(■ ilat ri.-eii, tlw Sydney soprano. a talented to1- . ha.- won repealed surecs.- in other lar^e sown:. In a<l<liii°n all-important attracl'on. ei-ht uP"' '■lit<■ i-Laii!• ■ r> v. ill lend ih'1'1' s. the soprano. .Mr. R<\i:. JI :»-1 '"r~'; ety entertainer and come'lim1 concluded a ten months <'11*'= "t t.'ie Kmp iv Theatre. 15ri"ti ,1 Dorothy Slewai';.. ... hre'.te who i-anie l;> Austral;;' u'1^; L'aL'i'inni! t«, liran-c>m!>e ■>iol!i(> MeCahe. lhe .l"1 "'ink ,..... dancer. i> she prond holih■ i' *'■ ''.'-'fi" medals. Air. Kriiest ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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DRAUGHT HORSE BREEDS. THE SUFFOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

DRAUGHT HORSE BREEDS. TJtlB SUFFOLK. Iii an historical account of tliis breed of hor.-e.s. issued by the Suffolk Horse Soc.ei v (\\ oodhridye, Ji/iifjjland) a cop\ of which lias beer, lorwarded to "Ine Leader.'' it is pointed out as "a fea ture in connection with the Suffolk that every animal of the breed now iti existence'traces its descent in the dir ect male lino i" an unbroken line to a hor.-o foaled in 1 / (>(.). ' As a horse, for agricultural work, the Suffolk lias no superior ; it is doubtlul if lie has an equal. From the time he is two years old t;ll he is 24, 011 every soil. aL any work, he can hold his own against all-comers. In shunting railway trucks; at- the heaviest work on the Liverpool docks, lie may be out ot place: but for the London delivery van. the miller's (lour uaggoii, auy wlii-re requir.iig power and a quick start, t lie breeder of the Suflolk has little to fear from competition. "As a cios> for artillery purposes, the Suffolk- is exactly ihe animal re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

For Cin'lclren's Hacking p .Jfl'f ; ' Night: Woods' Great " i cure.—1/6, ■ f;

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

"i ourEEREj-' .t-viik Ii.'-Ja CHRONIC CONSTIPATION, HEAD ACHES NEUKALOIA AND liLEED jxc n ijlis. TO-DAY I KEEL WELL, JiKIGHT AND CHEEltKUL." i-I liavo .suffered from chronic const i- 1 Potion nJul most terrible headaches and j iioin-alfj; :i f,;r yours: also bleeding piles," writes .Mrs. Brenner, Allen's Place. Port -Melbourne. \ietoria. "I always iancied I could see black spots in 1 rout ol my evvs. ;uul my face always a sallow color. J have tried many different kinds of remedies and p lis, but I fiot 110 benefit from any of them, so I camp to the conclusion that the neuralgia was the consequence of the poison in my blood, so 1 <;ot what are called constitutional remedies, but 1 remained jtt-i t';<» same until I was ! told of Laxo-Touie Pills. I yot a box j and after taking the iirst few doses 1 ; noticed I was no longer constipated: I therefore I was not compelled to take opening medicines daily a.-, before. Since taking Laxo-Tonc Pills 1 have never had a s'^...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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QUESTIONS FOR FARMERS TO SOLVE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

OUESTIONS FOR FARMERS TO SOLVE. Hero arc two interesting questions in relation tlo improving the wheat y:e:d:—The quantity of phosphatic manures per acre which should be up plied to the crop, and tho effect which ' liming would liavo in increasing the yield of tile first and subsequent crops — oil which it would be extremely valu able to elicit tiie opin'ons of practical tanners. Will some of those who may happen to read these notes give "Glean er" and Jiis reader^ the benefit of their experience?

Publication Title: Terang Express
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THE LATE REV. S. FRASER. LARGELY ATTENDED FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

THE LATE REV. S. FRASER. _ _ -O- - - LA1{GELY ATTENDED ,L' UNEllAL. Tho funeral of the late Key. S. j 1'raser took plai'o oil Saturday altor noon last, ;uul was very largely attend ed, representatives being present iroin all parts of the (listric;" and from all d.v.sions of tho Presbytery. I lie cor tege was oho of the longest that has been seen in the di-trict for a *:onsidei' able time. Among the clergy present were tho Key. .Jo.in Cray (\Varrnam bool). Kev. \\ . MeBride (Alortlake), KlV. I'*. W. Rutland (Xourat), Key. K. A. Forties (Ij'.sniure). Kev. A. S. lions ton (AHaiisfon!). Uev. Rae (Oarvoo), and Kev. A. Viall ( i'erang). A s'r vico at the .Manse w.i- conducted !>\ the Key. A. S. 11<uist;;it and the Rev. I'". W. Kolland. and that at the graveside in -he Toning oenieiery by the Rev. K. A. Forbes and llio i'ey. \V. .McBride. The eol!in-beai'ers were Messrs. J. iiradshaw. J. K. Vines. I', (•'rahaill. T. 1']. Kit is. and J. J. Rogers, eldei'.s of Thomson Memorial ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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GOBDEN RAGES. ENTRIES AND TROT HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

GOBDEN RAGES. KNTKI15S AXJ) TROT HANDICAPS. 1 Tlie following arc the entries, toge ther willi tin- Trot handicaps, i'or the above races:— I Trial Handicap.—Belair. Maliuta, Vodski. h'irst Croix, Keel Star^ Locli Park. VaeluTon. (Jlenkirk. and iiri^iit Kirk. i Hurdle Race. ■—Wasseea. Kylu.ia, (iuldiiiiiie, Jio.se (if Falkirk, Massev, and Golden Vale. Pony Pace.— Lady Anion. Taurne, Tim. Sunny Land. /,oe.. Una (frey. Foremost, Cordon. Precious. Romance and Sunday. 1 Cobden Cup.—\Virid<iil. Haut 'Has, Kin^ Kirk, lSiudullau. Kabibinokka, Wliare, 15evenski, Major Ki^ht. I Publicans' Purse.—Vodski, Secret, 1 AVirid^I. First Croix. Ochre, llosp of Falkirk Wiri Wiri. Kabibinokka. Rant lias. Glenkirk. Bevenski. Loch Park. | Trot. — Luckuow. scratch: Cooee. Floater. Ponefzade. Fuchsia, Alto Dirk, •jn vds bhd. : Modest us. Jessica, 25 vds. bhd. ; Baron. Alarm Bellp, 10 :4k. bhd. ; Prince Pube, .la-jkeroo, fiO yds. bbd. : Broncho. Aboriginal, SO yds. bhd.: liulad. Nimble Lad. Lady Cl...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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TRIBUTE BY THE REV. W. THOMSON. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 March 1914

TRIBUTE BY Til E REV \y THOMSON. ' ' At the evening service the R« 'i'aottisou, au old personal t'viml tj-l late -M«'- preached froa }| ;;37 "Mark tho perfect man. jl behold the upright : for the end ci-J man is peace." In conchidinjJ .sermon, -Mr. Thomson made tlio f:L insj relerence to the late ^li. ••The man of God and mini-u; this congregation for oyer 43 vc-ar, such an one as is outlined in ttes moil. His i'aitli in Jesus and; reception by faith of tho grace oit ! in Chr-st made him what he itg. 1 man of .sterling Christian charaetaj ! a faithful minister of the' Gospel. would 1).; tile first to say. '& though I had already attained. eii| wore" already perfect; but I r| on to till! mark for the prize orj hi"h calling of Cad in Christ fejU ill" Him he found peace with ! cultivated a strong. robust, ckrg i and hopeful Christian character, -p I 1 veil what hi- preached ami tebiiEi] the truth, strength and beauty hi i rvrieiiced in hi.-, own soul and fell j his own 1 X\ His...

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