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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914
Not Worth While. It is certainly not worth while for anyone to endure suffering: which can •be avoided. Pain is really a drain on vitality. It is impossible for anyone who suffers from pain to be as ef ficient as if pain were absent. A large number of people, however, go through life afflicted with ailments which do not incapacitate them from performing their duties, but which decidedly pre vent them from doing their best. Rheumatism, gout, lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia, blood disorders, anaemia, indigestion, biliousness, sick-headache, general debility, grave!, stone and bladder troubles are complaints which afflict many of us, and which are gene rally caused 'by retention of uric antj biliary 'poisons in the system owing to defective action of the kidneys and liver, and which would disappear if the kidneys and liver properly per formed their functions. Warner's Safe Cure is a kidney and liver remedy, which has been successful in so many cases that sufferers from any of the complain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914
STRIKES YOU ANY TIME. Never know when or where backache pains will strike you. Tho kidneys will go wrong, and whon tliey do tli&lt;> first warning is generally through tho back. Neglect means many serious ills, it's only a short step from common back ache to rheumatic pains, urinary dis orders, dropsy, Bright'^ Diseaso. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills euro every ill of kidneys and bladder. Head this testimony, it tells of a euro that lasted:— Mrs. Joseph Durdin, Gray Street, Terang, says: " My son is a great bo lievcr in Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. Ho suffered with pains in tho back, and was advised to use this remedy, and it cured him. I had always suffered with a weak and aching back, and seeing how good they were in his case, I got a supply, and three bottles cured mo. Besides freeing me of backache, tlieso Pills cured me of headaches and gid diness. When J got theso dizzy fits I rad to cling on to something to keep luo from falling. I am glad to recommend Dean's Baekae...
PROFITABLE CHEESEP-MAKING. TERANG DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914
PROFITABLE CHEESE-MAKING. | i « By llICIvOHY. T1SRAXG DISTKICT. Over 00 years :«^ro tli.» nrst selector-' started tsi earve i.nt homes from the bush ill tlrs distriel. with what suece-ss tile eoilllorrabie duellings. highly im proved and well-:!' a red farms, ainl the lii^'u privy G' a:l demonstrate. The a'-M oi' lit.' f-'iv trees remaining, tho substantial .-.tone walls lor boun dary and snbd vis o:i:il leliee.?, built from loose stones p:c!&lt;ed up J rom t!ir> paddocks, the wall-, oil en 2 ft. wide at the base, and ]-nvvin;; a eoiiinae. frier, tiiouej bu.l; v. itl onf mortar or eminent. the paved yards, the windmill.; and welk, .speak h;n:i!y of t !:e iar;;' aiiionnt of e.ipi;al In ilie sinme of mil ele, brains and lard ea-'i sunk in l h ■ laruis by I ;■(> ji cineeis and liieir wivu-. sons a11fi daughters. J I' the niouet.ci'.v Vallli>..of ( e .■ -( nld be i XI/i'.'-s; &lt;1 II li.'iiire.s, and dednet 'd Iron; ; he j• j&lt; •-&lt;•;i: valu...
A Stupendous Work Completed. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914
A Stupendous Work Completed. —.—+ June 27, 17S7, saw the comple tion of a great work—KiHvnnl Gib bon 's "Decline ami Fall of the Roman Empire." The able his torian was exceedingly delicate as a child, suffering from a nervous affection resembling the cramp, which contracted his Jogs and caused him excruciating pains. Although he was entered at West minster School, his attendance was very irregular, and when lie was fif teen he was sent to Iiath, although his father deemed it very impro bable that lie would ever be any thing more thau "an illiterate crip ple." However, after his sojourn at the springs, Gibbon's health improved,. and lie soon showed signs of bril liant intellectual ability. During his early manhood he passed through; several stages* of religious doubt,. ; becoming a Roman Catholic," 1 .uthermit j Alohammedan, and agnostic in tiurir- i His first work was written ist j French, and was an essay upoiu tiho- i study of literature. After several' j miscellaneous writings li...
STOCK-DROVING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914
STOCK-DROVING. Some years ago it was necessary I to take &lt;1 small mob.of cattle from j station at Tomo to 13aranda, | mother .station abaut 250 miles | | .North-west. In these days this is ' | ;"ily an ordinary journey, practically ' unattended by outside danger, but | >t that time it was a question of being able to reach the destination with a whole skin, besides taking a , mob of cattle safely. Hut it was one of those necessary risks which t so many of the pioneers of the West had to undertake before increased civilisation crept further inland. The mob for droving were in pad dui'lis near the head station, and miti.' tolerably (juiet, and the even: inbf.-fort- .starting tho\' were :>'• yarded reaily to enable "s make an early start next morning. Also the provision and ammunition ; waggon was packed, water bags j Tilled, and all other essentials for , the journey wisely prepared-. I'"i>r l he number of cattle, alone, three men would ,have been sulhcient but unde...
Ladies' Column. TO MAKE FLAKY PASTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914
Ladies' Column. —— 7W~ r,-r, make flaky l\\s'l'liv. It is surprising how very few cooks ran J J • h 1al&lt;y pastry. Tliey mini ng! • .short crust with ease, hut al most invariably fail when they es sa\' t&lt;» make the belter crust for fruit pit's ami tarts. If tin- follow ing directions arc carefully carried out the paste will lie of the delect able kind known as flaky. Take one pound of (lour—it .should he dry—make 'i hole in the middle of it, and put aside the yolk of an egg, a pinch of salt, and about half a tumbler of ice-cold water. V.'itli one finger stir the Hour into the liquid : when all is well mixed there will he a soft ball of dough, per fectly smooth ; now take six oiiii'C.s . of butter, squeeze it well into a wet | cloth, ami press it into a tlat cake. I I toll out the paste, and put the cake of butter in the middle ; then fold tlie elites over, as if making a par cel. Put it ill the coldest place you can find, and let it remain for a quarter of an ho...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 6 March 1914
I " I A- MASTERLY DESCRIPTION. A stranger, when dining nt a for eign hotel, was accosted by a de tective, who said to him, " Beg pardon ; we are in search of an es caped convict, and as a matter c.f form, will you oblige us by show ing your passport?" I "Do .1 look like a convict ?" "Possibly not. Tn any case I shall require to sec your passport V" The stranger, feeling rymoyed, pre sented the oll'icer with the bill of fare, and the latter commenced to read : "Sheep's head ; neck of mut ton ; pig's feet." "Very good," he observed ; " the description tallies. You will please come along with lis."
KOROIT RACES. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
KOROIT RAGES. THE WEIGHTS. Tho following are tlio weights for the Koroit races, to bo lieltl 011 Tuesday, 17th March Trial Handicap.—Vodski, 9.3; Nat Kirk, S.7; Glenkirk, 8.2; Bright Kirk, 8.0; Lola Kirk, 7.7; Curlano, Rotunda, Ornate, 7.5; Correi, 7.1; Vaeheron, G.12; Banaroo, Yours and Mine, G.7. Koroit Cup.—Prince Kirk, 9.3 ; Mnc Culloch, 8.10; Miren&lt;J", 8.8; Wharo, 8.3: Tho Prune, 7.10; King Kirk, 7.8; Major Eight, 7.5; Dalesman, Vodski, 7.3; Asterbert, 7.0; Darlington, Glen kirk, 6.7. Pony Eace, 14.1.—Miss Darkness, 11.5; Reflection, 10.5; Coronation Day, 10.0; Lady Lonsdale, 9.5; Mjss Velocir pede, 9.3; Boluma, Latly Ardon, 8.10; Foremost, 7.13; Golden . Kay, 7.2; Beryl, Agus, 7.0; Una Gray, G.12; Machine Gun, G.9; Queen Despised, G.7. Hurdle Raio.—Battleship, 11.7; Ful crum, 11.5; Kabibinokka, 11.1; Rico chet, 10.12; Black Flag, 9.12; Masse,v, 9.9; Lord Fyans, Ludwig, 9.3; llay B'oiv, 9.0. Steeplechase.—Moyne, 12.9; Mono rail, 10.12; Cuach, 9.9; ivirkstall, 9.3; ll...
MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. ROBERTSON & GARDNER'S REPORT. Thursday, 5th March, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
j MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. I ROBERTSON & GARDNER'S REPORT. Thursday, 5th March, 1911, Fresh Butter.—Market bare of choice I qualities, tor which values advanced; i poor grades unaltered. Choicest fac tory, 1/2 per lb.; good to prime, 1/0.1 to ll/l.J; medium, lUd. to l'ld.; ohoioo I separator, 11 !d. to l/O-J; good dairy and separator, Old. to lOJd.; sound m xcd lots, rfi'l to (Jd.; heated and ci.i'dv lower. Eggs.—Supplies of ordinary lines are mure than .sufficient for requirements; I general quality still had; demand quiet. Ordinary lines, 10d.; selected and pri vates, lid. to 1/1; new laid, to 1/2. | Cheese.—Improved demand for new j makes. Prime, new, large, Gd. per lb.; special brands occasionally G}d.; iuei'1? ium to good, 6.UI. to 5:]d. ; new, loaf, prime, G}d. to GUI. ; .semi-matured, G.ld. to 7d.; mellow matured, Sd. nominal. I Poultry.—Voting roosters, prime, i heavy, 5/G to G/-1 per pair; extra prime j to 7/1; medium to good, 3/G to 5/3; small to medium, 2/G to iil...
MORTLAKE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
J MOItTLAKE STOCK REPORT: , ; | i McDonald ancl Brumiey report hav ing held tiieir usual fortnightly salo on i Wednesday last, when a largo yarding of sheep and a small yarding of cattle ! camo to hand. There was a good at tendance of buyers, and throughout the salo competition was brisk, and all 'sold at lato jjood market rates. We | quote :—Sheep: Fat merino wethers, M/; fat comeback- ewes, 12/G to 14/; I comeback owes, 5 years, in lamb to .Lincoln rams, 1-1/7; crossbred weaners, 9/1, 10/, 11/, 11/6 to 1-1/; Lincoln rams, 1 J-l/, l-J/7 to 1-3/3 j^Shrop. ewes, fat, 15/6. | Cattle: Fat cows, G4, £-1 5/ to £5 10/; two year old steers, £'2. Wo made 'sales lor Mossis. J. Jieardsley, Crawford ■Tiros., J. Cutiicart, M. i'urcoll, T. .J. IVessy, J as. Heard, J. McGuinness, L. I'odger, T. lUuidle, "\V. Stewart, W. I Lester, A. Cameron, F. McAloon, C. 'Absalom, M. lloldsworth, and Mount S'ladwell Estate. Our next .sale will be I held on Wednesday, March 18th.
MARKETS. TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, 9th March, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
MARKETS. .. . — ^ TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, Ofcli Miircli, 1914. -150 cattle ami 125 sheep yarded. Fat Cattle.—115 forward. Competition was very keen, and values in most in stances showed a rise ol: about 10/ to 15/ per head on late rates. Extra | prime fat.cows, £8 5/ to £9 10/; prune , fat cows, £7 to £7 15/; good fat cows ! from £5 15/ • prime l'at light-weight bullocks, £S to £9 10/; small from £0 10/. Dairy Cattle.1—Owing to the con- ' tinned dry .spell, va'ltas ruled in favor ^ of buyers. Best cowls'iii lull prpiit, £0 ; 10/ to £8; best guaranteed springing ' cows to £S 15/; forward heifers, choice, i £(j 10/ to £7 5/: backward from .lT-i 15/. Store-Cattle.—Not many forward, and . values showed a substantial . rise. | | Young cows in good order, £;j 15/ to I £5; ileshv cows from £21/ to £-1 10/; I old and inferior from £l. Young Cat tle.—^Market unaltered. Yearling hei fers, L'l 5/ to £2 2/. Sheep.—,M;irket | | lii'in. Fat ewes, to 1-1/0; fat lambs, to! i M/!). Next weekly ...
HAYMES COMPETITION. PANMUKE v. LAANG. PANMURE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
HAYMES COMPETITION. PANMUKE v. LAANG. PANMUilE. Monthly. A cricket match in connection v.'itii I tlio Haynies trophy was played boie , last Saturday afternoon between Laang | and Pamnnre. The afternoon was too hot for outdoor sports, but still lovers of the game assembled in good force to i witness the match. Paniuurc had tint use ot the !ja(', and hit together a ' I total of 126 nins. "Watty Hunt) ami j , Ben Batten, two of tiie veterans, were 1 ' in good form considering th^^great neat, ol' the day, ami made 29 runs each by real good cricket. After the adjourn ' ment for refreshments Luang bad their i innings, and mado 88 runs. F. John- ' I stone was top scorer with 35 to his | credit, which he made by playing good ! defensivo cricket. McEwan was next i with 12 mado in good style. Ho was I just nicely set when lie gave a catch to ' Gliislett which lie held with thanks. I ScoresI PANMURE, "\V. Batten, c S. Jonstone b J. I Richardson 13 ,"\V. Hunt, b McEwan 29 1 N. Morgan, b Richard...
CRICKET. MORTLAKE v. NOORAT. DISTRICT PREMIERSHIP WON BY MORTLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
CRICKET. MORTLAKE v. NOOKAT. DISTRICT PREMIERSHIP WON BY MOKTLAKE. I The iinal match in connection with I tlio Terang district pennant eompeti i tion was played at Mortlaue on Satur j day last between tlie Noorat. and 3Jort i lake teams. Mortlake having a lead ol two points in the competition, Noo rat had to secure a win outright in order to secure the premiership. They made a great effort to secure the neces sary four points, hut failed; time being called with Mortlake having hut ono wicket to fall and wanting 28 runs to win. A most exciting match therefore ended in a draw, which places .Mortlake at the top of the list in the competition with a lead of two points over the Noo rat club. The system of one day matches observed in the competition lias proved any tiling but satisfactory, as is shown by the fact that Cobrico, although winning one more match than either Noorat or Tdortlake, iinish at the bottom of the list. Ii would bo much more satisfactory it next year the competition w...
A HAIRY PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
A HAIRY PROBLEM. The Kontlunian in sole charge of Lilt; correspondence column of the .ereat paper sat tearing his hair Willi grief and vexation. A terrific pile of letters had to be read and answered before the (lay closed. How? That was the question. Suddenly inspiration came to the man of letters. lie 'enlisted thesor \ ic&lt; s of .!olm, (he olliee-lmy. .lohn was to open the letters and call the queries, while the Chief Correspon dent wrote the replies. "Well, .John," he cried, after half (lie pile had been got through in this way, "what's the next ques t ion ?" • John's fate reflected a smile as he read : " 'Constant Header,' in South Africa, wards to know how to pre vent the hairs of his moustache from falling out, sir." The wtiter of letters nibbled his pen a moment in deep relied ion. then scribbled hastily, and passed the letter over for its envelope. .Three seconds later he was aston ished to hear badly-concealed guf faws from .John, who, at his re quest, passed the...
STAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
STAR PICTURES. Residents of the district will lie , pleased to hear that the Star Picture j Company will again appeal- in Terang 011 Saturday next, when they will screen i programme of the upocial quality | .vhich made their entertainment a popular feature. The principal item i ?hosen for the entertainment i.s a photo play by the Ambrosia Co., en- j titled "The Eagle's Claw." This spe cial feature film is supported by n var ej .selection of interesting subjects, of A-hich _ lujJor particulars wjll be given iu Friday's Issue,
HOW WHISTLER GOT MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
HOW WHISTLER GOT iVIARRIED. f Whistler was all Ilia, life a most surprising person, ami his mar riage was nut less startling than th'j other events in his carecr. Henry Labouchere,"' in "Truth," thus described how it came about :—: "I believe th.ai i am responsible for tliis marriage to the widow &lt;>i Mr." (Jodwin, the architect. She was a remarkably pretty woman, and very agrc-eable, and lv.ith he and i.ii« were thorough Jloh'jmians. I was dining with them and some others one evening at Karl's Court. They were obviously great ly attracted to each other, and in a vague sort of way I hoy thought of marrying, So i took the matter in hand to bring tilings to a practi cal point. " ' Jimmy,' I said, ' will you marry Mrs. Godwin '?' " ' Certainly,' he replied. - " ' Mrs. Godwin,' I said, ' will you marry Jimmy?' — - Otrlainly,' she replied. " ' When ?' I nsked. " ' Oli, some day.' said Wliistler. " ' Thai won't do,' I said ; ' we liuist have a dale.' "So they both agreed that...
ALL ABOUT CASEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
ALL ABOUT CASEIN. ' Casein is the dried cheesy matter of the skim-milk. The cheesy matter can bo precipitated from the milk either by 1 rennet or by various acids, and is called 1 accordingly rennet-casein or acid-casein, i The acids used are lactic, sulphuric, I muriatic, and acetic acids. The manu facture of casein by the addition of rennet is carried out as follows:—The ! niiJk' which is to bo used, and which I must be as fresh as possible, is set to curdle at a temperature of 97 dog. F., and sufficient rennet is added to give it a firm curd in the course of twenty minutes. The curd is then cut with n curd-knife, and it is stirred for twenty minutes, after which it is heated to 102 deg. Falir. in tlio course of twenty minutes. ]t is next .stirred for ten or twenty minutes. The total amount ot stirring is about one hour. The whey is run off .and the curd is rinsed well with water at a temperature of 1J0 deg. Falir. It is next filled into cheese hoops and, pressed for about twenty ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914
F.TARANTO, Fruiterer and Confectioner, HIGH STREET, TERANG. ALL CHOICEST FRUITS in Season. Tiio Best Imported and Colonial Ctli\FECTIONERY always on hand. Only the 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. NOTE MY ADDRESS, AND PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. MECHANICS FRUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' Co-oparativa Produce Compan Limited DESIRE to Intiiuato to Farmers in the Surrounding District that they have arranged to MARKET FARM PRODUCE during th© forthcoming season. ORDERS are now being received for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. • A BRANCH OFFICE has been open ed at Royal Chambers, ivepler Street, Warrnainbool. under tho management of MR. J. J. ORR. HEAD OFFICE: 57 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. TERANG REPRESENTATIVES: GO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Terang, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure: Fox Coughs and Colda.—1/0 .*