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BACILLI IN CLOTHES DUST [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

BACILLI IX CLOTHES BUST In the latest issue of the Buffalo "Sanitary Bulletin," Dr. F. E. Fronc zak mentions Home experiments de vised to show the dangers of clothes' dust. Clothes soiled with dried tuber culosis sputum were brushed in such a way that guinea-pigs inhaled the dust. Garments having sputum from two to four days old infected all guinea-pigs. In proportion to length of time over four days the infectiousness dimin ished, though one pig was infected from sputum dust that had been dry ing on the cloth for sixteen days.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARKETS. MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. Tuesday, 3rd March, l914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

MARKETS. MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. WESTERN DISTRICT COMPANY'S REPORT. Tuesday, 3rd March, l'Jll. The Western District Factories' Co operative Produco Company, Limited, 49-57 King Street, Molbourno, report under the above date:— Butter.—Owing to shortage of sup ply of superfine butter, there was a further advance of Id. per lb. Quota tions: Superfine Westerns, 1,2 per lb.; good to prime, 1/1 to 1/1 J- per lb.; , medium quality, 1/ per lb. I Cheese.—There was a iirju tendency, prime new realising 5Jd. to Gd. per lb., and occasionally Gid. per lb. for j .special lines. I Eggs.—lOd. per dozen, special and ! private lines a little higher.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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SUFFOCATED BY CAT [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

SUFFOCATKI) 11Y CAT A verdict of accidentally suffocated by a cat was returned at an inquest at Rowlands' Castle, near Portsmouth, with regard to the infant son of a laborer named Strotten (says the "Daily Telegraph"). The baby was left in bed by the mother, who presently went upstairs again. She saw a strange cat jump off the child's face, and on examination the baby was found to be dead.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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POLO. MELBOURNE TOUKNAMENT CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

, v rv wlG. MELBOURNE TOUKNAMENT CON TINUED. I'ho Melbourne Polo Club tourna ment, wfiic/i was commenced oil lUonday last, was resumed on Wednesday atier liooa 011 the Kooyong grounds, in the presence of a large aUeuuana\ whicn included tlie State Governor and Lady Stanley. One ul the Jiiuiu features or the contests so iar lias been uio excep tionally iiiie handicapping oi' Air. it. A. I). Hood, which has resulted in exciting iinislies in all the games which havo been played. 'Jiuo competing teams are:— Colac, scratch: Messrs. It. Calvert, A. Calvert, C. Robertson and 0. Win ter Irving. Caramut B, scratch: Messrs. G. ' Ciiirnside, R. (jrquliai'i, K. Urquliart, and R. Cumming. Caramut A, receive 5 goals: Messrs. W. Attiwell, E. Dc Little, A. Hood and A. Affleck. Cariiperdown, receive G goals: Messrs. A. S. Reid, B. Manifold, a. Stauguton and C. Palmer. I Melbourne, receive 9 goals: Messrs. S. Winter Irving, E. Bruce, G. Robert son and J. Winter Irving. On Monday, Melbourne was defeat...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

I For Children's Hacking Oough at Night: Woo4#' GrMt P«ppataint loan.—1/6.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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HOW ANIMALS SPEAK. BEARS BEAT DOGS AS TALKERS [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

li A IS "S PEAK. 1110 A US BLOAT DOGS AS TALK10US After spending several years in the Sierra Nevada Mountains studying tlie habits of birds and animals, Mr. Charles Kellogg-, .the well-known American' naturalist, has returned to civilisation, claiming. (hat he has l«ii>.-j11.":*0'I (he hidden languages by which (ho lower animal.-; communi cate w"lth each other ; and al the present time his claims are being closely investigated by lea< ling American scientists and professors. Mr. Kellogg contends that where ever animals associate fre-.My they communicate with each other, though animals of the same species have a more clear and ported understand ing than those 01 different species ; anil it is by years of constant obser vation of the sounds by which ani mals communicate with one an other that Mr. Kellogg claims to have mastered no fewer than l"iftt>-;n animal and bird languages, ranging from the language of a chicken to that of a bear or a rattlesnake. In his opinion ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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GOBDEN RAC[?] THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

GOBDEN RAO. T * >v THE HANDICAPS. Tho following arc the weights for tin Cobden races, to be held to-morrow:— Trial Handicap.—Vodski 9.5; Bright Kirk, 8.2; Glen Kirk. 8.0; Belair, 7.10;Locli Park. 7.9; Vacheron, 7.2; Cliuquisaca. Reel Star, 7.0; Malmta, First Croix, Canberra, 6.7. Cobden Cup.—Haut Bas, 9.3; Mir eno. 8.12; "Whare. 8.3; King Kirk, 7.12; Major Eight, 7.10; - Wiridgil, 7.2: Bevenski, 7.0; Bindullan, 6.7. Hurdle Race.- Kylnna, 10.u; Was scva. 10.3; Massey, 10.0: Rose of Fal tirk, 9.10; Golden Vale, 9.5; Gold mine, 9.0. - i 7'ony Race.—Sunnyland, 11.5; Lady Arden. 8.10; Foremost1. 8.7; Sunday, Zoe. 8.5: Precious, Romance, 8.0; Taurine. 7.7: Una Gray, 7.5; Tim, 6.12: Myola, 6.10: Gordon 6.7. I Publicans' Purse.—Haut- Bas, 10.7; ! Vodski. 8.12; Wiri Wiri. 8.6; Wirid gil. 8.4; Bevenski, 7.11: Ochre, 7.9; Glen Kirk. Secret. 7.7; Rose of Fal kirk. 7.5: Loch Park, 7.2; Cliuquisaca, First Croix, 6.7. A. G. BEND ALL. j Handicapper.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

A negro was in gaol, awaiting his trial for U12 theft of a co*v. llis wife called to see him, ami as she went out the gaoler asked : '••'Have you engaged a lawyer to defend Jim yet, Itlandy ?" "No," said U13 dusky dame, with a decisive shake of the heal. " Hi Jim was gvdlty, Ali'd :;ot him a lawyer at once ; but he say a he ain't guilty, so, o' cour.se, Ah ain't a gwins to get 110 lawyer." Thvn came a voice from the dark ness c.f the eel!;;. '■Mist'.ih (JiM'ly," called llu: prisoner "tell dat vlt n:i;:"ali woman to git a lawyer—and a jolly good one, too !" 1850. F.TARANTO, Fruiterer and Confectioner, HIGH STREET, TE11ANG. ALL CHOICEST FRUITS in Season. Tho Best Imported and Colonial CONFECTTO.NERY always 011 hand. Duly tho very best SOFT DRINKS and CORDIALS kept in largo variety. Great Variety Of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and FANCY BOXES Just Arrived. Everything Stocked is tho Very Best. NOTiC MY ADDUKSS, AND PLEAS 10 CIVIC ME A CALL. MECHANICS FRUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' G...

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A TALENTED COMBINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

A TALENTED COMBINATION. Considerably interest is being evinced ju1 tho entertainment which is to bo >;n the 'ftrang Public Hall to night; ''.v ^J,ss Mary Stirling, daughter of the /amons singer, Madame Maggie Stirling, a specially selected oom ; panv of' aYtu"sts* previously stated, I Madame Stirling will mako her ppearanee. Horace John Book, «'b«=- famous Enca'5'1 entertainer and I "•k^oiis' impersonn^-01'.- WJ1° ewnuu L 'k ,a nu-.vked succes5 during Miss sue '%??)' "N'^ivbold's toi'H' ^r- John Eliza ;the cek'brat-ed flautist; and Ainadu **»;£'<> Claridgo, acc^Paukto, | Miss Gt 'v ; iii simpofi. so pat'*0."8 can I «"i!l appea 'the ' ientertfti!tl®^eu':' i"fst assurer • ^ jpiidf.i- througlyjut. ^^Opu «'ill be of hip;, *>£,.ej»arged, and tho lar prices will .. Mr. A. W. Smith-1."1' plan is now open .'>o reserved. Th<? whero 4/ seat« mu ^ at. 8.45, overture will be pi a. >cli

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

Noorat Iron Works. JOHN M'LEOD. JOHN McLEOI) wishes to intimate to the Residents <>1' the Noorat, Kolora, Glenormistou and surrounding Districts that lie has commenced Business in Noorat as a GENERAL 1RON-W ORKISli And -SUPPLIER OF WINDMILLS. Ho is Agent for the Famous WONDER MILL, which is the last word in Windmills. It only needs Oiling Once a year. Olio of tlio Mills luav bo seen working in 1ms yard. Estimates given for the Erection of Mills, of any make. Water-systems estimated for and supplied. A full supply of all sorts of Parts kept. MACHINERY of all kinds, Oil <r Petrol Engines, supplied at tlio shortest notice. —AGENT FOR— The tUREKA MILLING MACHINE Ail sorts of TINWARE stocked.. REPAIRS Executed Promptly. Cheese and Dairy Plants Installed. Baths lilted up. Tanks aiul Spouting supplied and fitted up. -Boilers, Chaff-cutters, and all Farm Machinery supplied. Residents ar0 invited io Support their own Townsnip, and" sccuro a speedy attention to their ...

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KOROIT RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

KOROIT RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. Tlio following arc the nominations lor the Koroit races, to be held on the 17th March:— TRIAL HANDICAP. H. Connelly's Vacheron J. Bourke's Vodski A. McLean's Coilana It. Merrison's Corei Officer and Lindsay's Ornate D. Jackman's Nat Kirk F. Brennan's Glcnkirk P. Carroll's Yours and Min« R. Moloney's Lola Kirk W. O'Brien's Banaroo J. Mahony's Bright Kirk H. Parkinson's Rotunda. HURDLE RACE. H. Parkinson's Massey C>. J. Officer's Fulcrum G. J. Officer's Ricochet J. Dickson's Ludwig 'J'. "Walsh's Lord Fyans \V. J. Wright's Haymow W. Stevenson's Kabibinokka It. R. Fitzgerald's Black Flag F. Heazlewood's Battleship. 13.3 PONY RACE. J. Parkinson's Phyllis H. Parkinson's If S. G. Mullett's Lepus S. G. Mullett's Tumble Oyer A. Alderdico's Queen Deepised J. J. Fitzgerald's Una W. J. Scroggie's Sweet jJlico A. Kelly's Samson C. Reiley's Alice Gray. W. Timms' Machine Gun. STEEPLECHASE. "\Y. Rogers' McCormick H. Andrews' Kirkstall H. Parkinson's Monorail P. and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

TERANG. MONDAY, MARCH !), 1911. / — Cattle, Sheep, Horses, &c S»Ie of Dairy Cattle at 12.30 o'CIock, Sharp. | T^AL'g'etY & COM PANV LIMITED Jr' (Successors to Howe, Thornton and Palmer) will Soil (ilirou^ii their Aw •.ttoneei:) in their Yards, Terany, o> above date:— the VAT CAVt'LF 10 Prim.- (,'iiu.s IV' 8 Prime Cc»w.= >m i',,Heigh. <> Primo C-- from Kolora. T Pntup lVS j,.,,,,, Xoorat. Cows from Keilambete-. , DAIRY CATTL1C. ■ j Account Mr. John lncc. ] Truck of Cows in full proiit and springing. Acc. M r. .Jas. Flynn .— 1 Truck of M ilk< l-s and Sprin^'r-. 120 Choicw Auuinin llof'-r.s. I 20 Forward Spriii<iin^ Hcilers. | 15. Autumn lleiivi's. STOKE CATTLK. 12 Good Conditioned Voting Cows. 10 Stor'o C >ws in £<>od condition. YOUNG CATTL10. 30 Heif.i.s. 1J yrs. old. SHKIfiP. 30 Fat Crossbred Lambs. '20 Fat Ewes. 10 Fxtia Prime Station-bred Cows, from "Syrin^linioU." G Pritno Fa-. Hullocks from Garvoc. DALGET...

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CRICKET. THE HAYMES TROPHY. PANMUBE v. ALLANSFORD. PANMURE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

CRICKET. THE HAYMES TROPHY. PANMUBE v. ALLANSFORD. PANMURE. Monday. I A team of Panmure cricketers jour neyed to Allausford last Saturday to try conclusions with the Allausford boys in connection with the Haynies [ trophy. Allansford batted- first, and only made the small score of 11 runs. This was owing to the splendid bowling of the Paumure trundlers. ^ ■ Batten got six-wickets for 3 runs, and H Mathieson three for <3. Panmure put together 3o. so won the match by runs. Scores:— ALLANSFOKD. \Y. Morgan, b Mathieson •••••• 2 W*. Burleigh, c S. Murnane b Bat ten .. 2 G. Devenish, It Batten ........ 0 U. McC'allum, b Mathieson ...... 0 G. Boyle, not out 1 H. Chilton, b Batten 3 .J. Eales, h Batten 0 S. Grant, b Batten 0 W. Flicked, c Chislett b Bait en .. 0 1 J. Allwood, run out 0 ! U. Chilton, b Mathieson 0 I •Sundries .. 3 Total .. 11 PANMURE. "A'. t.U-.icon, h Grant .. 6 L. b Eales 0 Morgan, run out .. ..12 j.I. Ji.irkus, b Morgan , 0 . L(. Oi-idman, b Devenish .. .. .. 3...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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The Terang Express AND HAMPDEN AND MOBTLAKE ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1911. BOOKS AND HEADERS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

! CI>c Cerana express j - AND j SAMTSEN AND MOBTLAKE I ADVERTISER. ' I I I PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. | Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." FRIDAY, MARCH G, 1911. BOOKS AND HEADERS. One of tho most curious paradoxes of our day is that, while we can all agree about the nature and mischief of evil, when we come to discuss tile essen tials and meaning of what is good wo proceed to tear each other's eyes out. And that appears to be especially so when we sot out to determine what is evil or good in the choice of books and tho method of reading and digesting them. AVhat is one man's intellectual meat is another man's poison. Yet it is of supreme import that we should get clear notions about books and read ing; not for ourselves alone, but for the guidance of those young Austra lians who look to us for the counsel of experience, and the shaping of whose early ideals is a duly that none of us can or would shirk. Just as nowadays everybody feeds and only ...

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CHOOSING A WIFE BY ELECTRICITY. WE SHALL SHORTLY BE FED AND MARRIED BY ELECTRIC SHOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

CHOOSING A WIFE BY ELEC TRICITY. y WE SHALL SHORTLY BE FED AND MARRIED BY ELECTRIC SHOCKS. There seems to be a growing feei ng among scientists that v,c Khali i.hortly see the dawning of the Elec tr.'c Aj:e, v. hen electricity will be the ; iin:i;al a.^cnt 'n human life. The •;11c1. sri'-itilie id-:,a is that the man uf thi future will j-ii*e up beef-steaks .'■nil other foods anil nourish himself •..•n ilytri-.*. awje-s. The apostle of ok-cti ic ffc.iin; is a f an .:is Conti n-"nfal iirofcs-or, and h- rcrcuily ex 1 laincil his view:; in Hie coiigre-s "f the Hitriuty fvr lh«v Mc; 11 .•••iiiCiii. ol Stiknoe. "If a m i.; !: 11 .ry," lie said. ";rive h i ii i !e:' :ieity. !:' I v.? nsiss for liirad or a bcci'-.^! • a'-, put him in an • 1 '.1 i"i' iia:r ;n! turn on the curt ( lit. In addi(;:on Lo fi'Mliiix ci-abi.-a-Tly on clcctvi'iity, it i; i ro'-.abk: ;h -t our descendants wi.'l be l>ro*.!;;ht up in an oiectiiiicd aiinosr Ir.-re. Home remarkable expcrini-: n'.R have recent ly been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAII STEAMERS ' for London, via Atlelaido, Frcmanfc!c (W.A.), Colombo (fox- India), Egypt. iVapl , Toulon, Gibraltar, and Piy MOUt Steamer Otwuto Ostw'lty Okhiki Oisnv.i Ihutoncs Orvicius A1 rive ; 011s l Leave [ London. | .Melbourne [2,1:4! r ■» i ->o --.i-irj i V°?Of i-' 12 13oj i March jj ^Pr n March I Si Apr 25 April l| M iy g Ajwiil i;j .May 24 April iyj June 7 May 13' June 21 quoted on npplioation. Pleasure or Business Trips on tlio Coat to i'rcuiitnUo, Adelaide, Sydney or Iirisbnno quoted on application. The local Agents will supply Circu lars or further information 011 applica tion . Passages from any I'd ft may bo pro paid here. D. L. DOWDELL, Branch Man,igor. 312 Collins Street, Melbourne. Local Agent: GEO. ATKINS, Terong. And roriiMglitly Therealier. 'i1ie steamers of the Orient Lino are fitted with all modern and up to date stppiiancoa for the safety and comfort of passengers. FftKenjiers carried in all Classes. Third Class accommodation, Sleepi l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

' -—take care of YOUR 1'roperty, and it will take CARE OE you. Use a " Worth-While " Paint. o :o Iu a Painting Job, Labor costs inorethan tho Paint; therefore us® 9 Geuuino and Durablo Paint, and youwiil Save Labor. 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 Go-operative Society, Limited u men m luwm.'ju.m uju -^w»ag«wi •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

KiSSaESSSSSSSSEKHSKH A. JENKINS, 1 UNDERTAKER, g j'l'EliANG AND UAMPiiiiUOWJia Tekang, Cami'ekdown & Distuict. § AT YOUK CONSTANT SliRVICii | DON'T KOKGI-.l ;f In this particular line of businesj. fj Now in Stuck, a larjjc and most com plele range of Caskets, Loth plain atr.i 53 polished wood to rhoose fiom. l'inisli ed complete in Two Hours Notice. Price, (jualiiy of Work and Finish Unsurpassed. Direct personal Supcr Cilbinet Worlr, Upholstering, French l'olislnii^. Furniture liojiairetl and l{euo rated equal to new, Address—Bayne St., Terangj Opp. Cu operative Timber Yards, Phone No. 70 Terany WALL PAPERS. Wo ITavo Just Landed, Direct From England and America, —A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF— PAPER11AN (JiisGS, Comprising over Two Thousand Pieces of liio Newest Designs and Colourings In —PLAIN and PRINTED GOODSi - •—Prices: From 4d. to 2,0 per Roll.— Inspection Invited. P A I N T S ' In Shades to Match any Paper Solectod. --STAINS, POLISHES. Etc.. FOR —FOiuviTURE and FLOORS — HO...

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LAURENCE STERNE "ALAS! POOR YORICK!" [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

LAURENCE STERNE j "AT,AS! POOH YORICK!" 1 Two hundred years ago to-day. Lau rence Sterne, the immortal author of "The Sentimental Journey" and "Tris tram Shandy," was born at Clonmel. and the event is to be commemorated this evening by a dinner at the Authors' Club. Mr Andrew Hope Haw kins will preside, and Mr Edmund Gosse is to be the principal Kuest (says the "Westminster Gazette" of November 24). Although Sterne was bom in Ire land, there was nothing Irish in his connections or descent; and it was solely owing to the fact lhat his father, who was an army officer, hap pened to be stationed there with his regiment in 1713 that his distinguishf-a son first saw the light of day in the Emerald Isle. On the other hand, the family was essentiallj' English, and for genera tions had dwelt in Yorkshire, interne's great-grandfather was in his day an eminent divine, and rose to the posi tion of Archbishop of York. In 1718 the family returned to their native county, and with the exception of ...

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