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WIIEX LITERATURE FAILS [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

WIIEX LITERATURE FAILS "Literature is a failure if it does not brills' us a nobler sense of life, a zest for the commonwealth mind, a spirit of fraternity towarls the race as a ■whole," says 'The Daily Herald.' It is not a thing to keep us proud and apart, to bear us away from our neighbors and their ordeals, but to inspire us with a finer faith in them and in the general destiny."

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. 9Pe buy by live weight. Crates lent. Vo Commission or Cartage Charged. Chickens & Ducklings, Gd lb. Old Fowls from 2/- to 4/6 pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND <£. SONS, SENNITT'S FREEZING WORKS, MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A SMART COAT AND SKIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

A SMART COAT AND SKIRT. The new autumn coats have cuta way lines and law-crossing wide rev ers. Their collars are usually wide with points on the shoulders, and their backs either hang plain and loose or are slightly held in by a ;belt. The coat showing here is very new and the revers may foe rolled to the throat if preferred. The skirt is a smart and practical two-piece model with a raised waistline, and left open for a few inches at the lower part to give the popular slash effect that is comfortable in a -walking skirt. M. Thorp and Co., sole agents, 191 Collins-street, Melbourne, have But terick's paper patterns, coat 6319 In sizes from 32 to 42 inches bust mea sure, and skirt 6437 in sizes 22 to 34 inches waist measure. Price lOd. each posted.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRAMPS IN FRANCE LAWS SEVERE [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

TRAMPS IN FRANCE LAWS SEVERE "Since November 15 every tramp and vagabond found wandering in France has been taken into the police stations to be measured and photographed, and sent out with a document giving all particulars regarding their persons tinrt past record," says "The Daily Graphic." "This paper they must produce at any moment for verification. All this is in accordance with a law passed in 1912 making it compulsory for three classes who habitually use the roads to so re gister themselves. These classes are itinerant dealers and pedlars at fairs and markets and tramps and vaga bonds. "Regarding the first two classes, the new law is more protective than vexa tious. Though they have to declare themselves, the mere production of their papers will at once show their bona fides, and a number which all must carry will allow headquarters to learn at once the history of all the wan dering family. These two classes have to obtain official books containing proofs of their identity, p...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME BROWNING RELICS VALUABLE GIFT [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

SOME BROWNING RELICS VALUABLE GIFT Mr F. Herbert Stead, presiding yes terday afternoon at tho nineteenth an niversary meeting ol' the Browning Hall Brotherhood, at the Browning Settlement, "Walworth, intimated (says "The Daily Telegraph" of January 5) that a number of priceless Browning relics had been received from Mrs'Bar rett Browning, daughter-in-law of the poet. I know no one with whom they would be held in more reverent keep ing than yours, for the work associated so closely with him and his." The gifts included: A soft black felt hat, marked In the leather lining "R.B."; within the lin ing. "R.B.'s last hat, worn in Venice— R.B.B.," in Robert Barrett Browning's handwriting. Marriage lines of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Moulton Bar rett, true copy of the entry in the reg ister of marriages, made September 12, 1S46 (day of marriage), enclosed in an envelope on which is written in the poet's handwriting "certificate of mar riage and baptism.—R.B." (No cer tificate of b...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

A REMARKABLE CURE ii What Clements Tonic can do in restoring the .nerves to healthy power and making the weakened system strong. A letter in point which is worth reading. No. 6 Post Office Place. South Melb., 2/7/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " Your tonic is one of the quickest nerve and brain cures known. I tried all kinds of doctors' medicines, and got no relief as I have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking to me, or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that weak at times a child could push mc over. I had to give up work. I lay hour after hour awake, now I can go to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the worst I ever heard of. I thought I would never get well. I can hardly believe the relief I have got from Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me, and two or three more bottles will make mc strong. Before this I was going twice a week to the Melbourne Hospital, and many people were there with the same c...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

Waiter : "Here is our Lull of fare, sir." Farmer Jones (in from the coun try) : "Now, I ain't going to pay j no bill o* fare till I've had some thing to eat." Banks : "I don't mind the influenza it.self so much ; it's the ufter-t*!T<.>cts. I I'm afraid of." Rivers : The afUT-elTo/t is what nils me. I'm still dodging the do lor, hcuiu.se I owe him twenty-' . ^ shillings." me "I'm afraid that your wif very well pleased at your * e "asn home unexpectedly to f -<lv,nk me night." . Jnmor last "Nonsense ! Why, y- , , two minutes before °u >>^ln t gone that she was gla,' .4 shc renuu'ke(l -I-.- w » 1 ^ was no onu DBSPli" i?ATE SHOOTING Pains in til' ; Chest ncpiirn prompt treatment. (jS|1 Sheldon's New Discovery fov Coughs ;iihI Colds. I1 gives iviw lotliitio njlief. l'lico. 1/G and 3/. t 0 (jtnhiablo at H. P. Bennett, Cherai$r Ternng.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAN IN THE FUTURE [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

MAN IN THE FUTURE "That man 3s formed for the future, that the very structure and shape ol his soul points and urges him onward, is, perhaps, the surest of all pledges about his future" (writes "J.B." in "The Christian World"). "Our fac ulties will iind what they seek, what they seem made for. The eye finds light, the ear finds sound, the hand the thousand things that match its activities. "And man's prophetic element, as it develops, as it clears itself from the falsities which tempt its cruder efforts, as it learns its true nature and its true direction, will become more and more a pointer of the way. "The seer, what is he? Is he not just the man who sees deeper than others, more clearly than others; sees right into the heart of things, into the essential equality of being; one who, from an accurate knowledge of the great spiritual forces at work in the world, can predict how they will act, and what results will come from this action? This it is which has made the prophets—the tru...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOMES WITHOUT DOORS [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

HOMES WITHOUT DOORS ■ I (By George A. Birmingham, In 'The j Daily Mail") | Members of great and conquering na- ! tions are able to impose their own fav orite customs upon the peoples among whom they travel. The English, for in- , stance, have spread tne iiau.t of dr.niv- ! ing tea in the afternoon all over Europe, forcing on extra meal every day on the naturally abstemious Latin peoples. The Americans have insisted on having all the chief hotels in Europe heated to scuh ai extent that the origi nal inhabitants of the Continent go about gasping. The French, though they do not travel much, have taught everybody in the world to write lists of cooked food in their language and to call the lists menus. It is, I think, to tlio Germans that we owe the fact that we can smoke in the restaurant-cars • belonging to the International Company of Wagons-lits, in spite of notices put up in several languages forbidding the practice. ! But wo others, who belong to small nations, have neither tlio po...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER II. The Tide of Fortune. I. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

CHAPTER II. The Tide of Fortune. I. The 'precise reasons whicli kept their friend Hugh Donald from the 'breakfast table were discussed to the accompaniment of deep 'breathing and unlimited marmalade by these sapi ent men of affairs, Jack Bowles and Freddy Bywater. Mat Michel, deep in the morning paper, which dealt with the meaner things of life, added littl to tlie argument though he heard much of it. A kindly friendship for the absent man put a ibit upon his tongue. He was old enough to know that something had happened. "You are not going to tell me that he is taking another lesson," Freddy put it to th philosopher. Mat said that - he had not the least idea. It was left for Jack Bowles, in an inter val of mastication, to tell them that Hugh's car had been ordered, and that he found the fact significant. ' A man who sticks in a car when lie might be 'playing golf should be seen to by a doctor," he remarked; and then, as though this were the greater concern: "I'll trouble you to pass...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LEILA AND HER LOVER published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. The Lesson. I. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

LEILA AND HER LOVER By MAX PEMBERTON. published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. The Lesson. I. •'The boy was her son; I will not see her again." Had Hugh Donald known that he was to see her again upon the mor row, it may be that he would have found the sentiment less heroic than ridicuious, and have turned Instead to :i consideration of the history and meaning of iiie Slove, as worn by hu since the days of Laertes Herein he would have been helped bj' the sneers of Xenophon at the Per sian habit, and have rejoiced at the v.-is'.om l-i that somewhat common place historian, with -whom the gods j of Loretto had made him familiar. Who was she, and why were her liaii')? iloved upon the shores of Count}" Down? The glove as an emblem of Sabbeth respectability is entitled to honor c'/cn in remote places; but here upon the links at Newcastle, a glove worn en the prairies of the whins and grass —tviiat custom or need could justify ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SISTER'S GOOD NEWS £23,000 FOR FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

SISTER'S GOOD NEWS , £23.000 FOR FAMILY. Seeing from an advertisement that information was wanted of her family by a firm of solicitors at Worcester (says "The Daily Mail"). Mrs Turner, of Blackpool, communicated with them and .found that, a prreat-aunt died twenty-five years ago at Wor cester, leaving her fortune to her next of-kin. This was Airs Turner's father, who predeceased the great-aunt. Assured that the fortune remained for her and her brothers, she paid them a surprise visit and told them trie good news. The fortune, which was originally £13,000, now amounts, with accumulated interest, to £23,000. The brothers who will share it with Mrs Turner are : llr George Wall, gardener, Station road, Coclsall, Staffordshire. Mr Thomas "Wall, malster, employed at a Wolverhampton brewery. Mr John Wall, a gardener, of "Wol verhampton road, Codsall. A fourth brother, Mr James "Wall, has net been heard of since the Boer ■war. The share of the four brothers and the sister will amount to £4...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Selling Goods by the Cinema. FILM MACHINES AS SALESMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

Selling Goods by the Cinema. FILM MACHINES AS SAbESJfKN. | jj Of the uses to which the cinema tograph has been put, one of the most interesting is tlie nuuiner in which it is being utilised to-day for the selling of big machinery, lie fore the days of the cinematograph, /inns dealing in huge agricultural, building, and mining machinery either had to pay the faro of pros pective purchasers to and from liieir factory to see the machines working, or try to sell the goods l*.v means of illustrated catalogues, which were generally regarded us un satisfactory, for the simple reason thai, it was impossible to demon strate the real capabilities of the machines. To-day, however, these linns sim ply have moving pictures taken of their goods, which their agent or their traveller takes with him and exhibits to prospective buyers in their oMice:-, a remarkable cinema tograph machine having been in vented for the special use of tra I vellers, which can be carried in a compact little case, togethe...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TALE OF THE SEA [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

TALE OF THE SEA i I A sensational tale of the sea was told on the arrival of the Aberdeen barque Jnveresk, 1476 tons, at Queenstown, on Saturday, after being' 147 days on the voyage from Portland, Oregon (says "The Daily Telegraph" of January 5). Her poophouse was demolished by a huge wave, and the steering wheel was in a state of complete wreck. The chief officer of the Inveresk, in an interview, said that after sailing from their port of loading nothing of note occurred until October 30 last, when, in latitude 44 South, a terrific cyclone burst upon them. Immense seas broke over the stern of the ves sel, completely submerging her. Some I of the crew were stationed aft when i a wave came over the stern, and the ! unfortunate men, including Captain Buchan, were 'lifted off their feet and washed along the vessel's decks until they were brought up against the iron bulwarks amidships. The skipper and a young seaman named Anderson re ceived serious injuries, and had their legs broken, w...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

A chronic dyspeptic wan staying with 11 friend, ami when Hits two were out for a walk one morning he suiil to his host :— "1 tool; it couple of tablespoon fuls of salt water from the sea yes terday, and thought I derived- bene fit from il. l)o you think I might take some more ?" "Well," replied the host, "1 don't think a couple more would Iv missed." "T wns only acting the part, of peacemaker," explained the prisoner. " I lilt you knocked the man .sense less," the magistrate pointed out. "I did," was the answer. " Tlioro was no other way to get peace." Masher (entering « restaurant luir riedly) : "Aw, say, can a man gel a dwink here ?"• Waiter (dryly) : -'Yes. Fetch your man in." DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES • Par© tli© way to Success By giving you A Good Stomach And a Cheerful Disposition. They digest what you eat. Obtainable at H. P. Remote. Ohom Mt, T^rang.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

OPPOSING FORCES' " Why don't they use Lux ?" A little boy said, As he tried to draw His shirt o'er his head. Whilst I grow bigger, My shirt is shrinking, And the opposing forces, I am much thinking Will end in disaster To that shrinking shirt. I can't shrink to suit A shirt shrunken short I must have room to grow— While my shirt says, no. The shirt must suffer, If it still acts so. But the shirt needn't shrink And I may still grow— For Lux is made to wash Woollens, white as snow Without any shrinking, Soft as eiderdown. Lux is sold in packets, Everywhere in town. Twopence is the price, And the price is low, If Lux'U give me room, In my shirt to grow. Why do they do it ? If they'd only think To wash wool with Lux, Woollens will not shrink. Won't Shrink Woollens. L«v«r Brother* Limited, ® Bjdamy. By Appointment to His Excellency the Governor-General. Importers of Air Bed* and Cushions, Enemas, •Ilk Elastic 8tocklngs, Bandages, Galvanic Batteries, Abdominal Belts, Trusses, and Surgical...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHORTHAND MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

SHORTHAND MACHINE. The stenotypc—a sniiill machine designed to displace ' shorthand writing—the use of which has been successfully demonstrated—is similar to ail ordinary typewriter anil has 23 keys. The working of it is based on pho netic spelling. Several letters can l)e printed by striking one key, while it is possible to strike two keys with one finger. The 22 keys represent seven consonants, and every combination of sounds used in speech, together with about 150 standard abbreviations—the sole code that the operator must mas ter. With the machine • a'speed of over ISO words a minute has. been attained. The machine is not being sold to the general public, the sale being restricted to stuclents of business schools qualified as competent ope rators in order to keep the device from becoming a drug on the mar ket.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

Come quietly! and let me tell you a few things about tea. When you are cold it warms you, and when you are hot it cools you; if you are thirsty it quenches your thirst, and if you are riot thirsty, well, then it's a nice enough drink to take * every time you get a chance. I'm satisfied of one thing, if people didn't drink anything stronger than Robur tea, we wouldn't have to run so many people in. My advicc to you is, drink tea—Robur No. I Grade tea— get it fresh and drink it k always, and if you never yVS take any thing else you'll never come to any harm. The Poh'ctman

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Former Warship Gifts. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

Former Warship Gifts. Gifts of warships to tlic Imperial Navy have been made before. in 1886 a war vessel was presented to the Navy by the Imuum of Muscat. The vessel was originally called the Liverpool, and had been built at Bombay in 1820- for the service of Seyid Snid, the lmnnum, at whoso command Captain It. Cogan, ol the Indian Navy, brought her to England in 183(5 for •presentation to King William IV. In accepting the vessel, which was renamed the l'mauni, King Wil liam requested Captain Cogan to take back with him to Muscat the Prince Regent, one of the finest of the Iloyal yachts, as a present to the Imaum. The Imaum, line-of-battle ship, served for a time at Portsmouth, and in 1843 became receiving and guard ship at Port Royal, Jamai ca, where she ended her days. A gift from the East India Com pany was made in '1779, during the War of American Independence, and took the shape of three • seventy four-gun ships, which were namod the Ganges, Carnatic, and Bombay Castle. The fi...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914

Essentially THE Motor Car for the Country. Tho Only Oar upon whloh the Sun Nov op Sot*. In every civilised country in the world the Ford has the undisputed record for sales. Join .the little band of over half-a-million owners of the Car which alone has solved each and every mechanical and economic obstacle. Nothing can possibly remain but to buy a FORD. TARRANT MOTORS Pty. Ltd., 104 Russell Street, Melbourne. At Any Hotel Ask For It. •T'S NON ALCOHOLIC. MADE from gippsland herbs. VEHICLES & MOTOR CABS FOR THE PEOPLE AT COFFEY BROS. Hundreds to Choose from. New and Secondhand. Value Unequalled. "" NOTE—187 QUEEN STREET. MELBOURNE, and 620 to 640 CHURCH STREET. SOUTH RICHMOND CONSIGN TO US CHAFF, PRODUCE, GRAIN. SCARLETT & COMPANY, EXPORT JUTE, WHEAT AND PRODUCE SALESMEN, 437 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. It pays to buy from us. Write for Weekly Circular and Market Advice. Sufficient Telegraph Address: Scarlett, Melbourne. All Grain Bags. Buy from us A NEW BRANCH OF THE COMM...

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