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BADLY HAD! [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

"BADIjY HAD ! It km't easy living up to a repu [ tation of being a wit., but Jimkins <lid !iibest. : Meeting a frknd the other morn ing, -lio .'aid snddm'y : f. say, old fallow, 1 a"e you heard about tint young lady who poured a j»g of water into h>r tune's straw hat ?" "No," replied his Iricn 1,.. gctiiin;; ready to hear an excelln', 'littlo aiK'cc'otc. •'Neither have I," said Jimkins, as ho brgari to walk (juicily away. '"It Lasn't leaved out yet." In Anglesey there are forty-two parishes wilho'it a public house.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CULTIVATION OF RAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

CULTIVATION OF HAPK. Far more attention .should be given by tanners to the cultivation of rape. For feeding sheep and lambs in spring am! winter it cannot bo excelled, mid it is excellent for pigs. It is useful lor dry cattle, but owing to the taint it give-. to milk it is not suitable for tlie dairy herd. .March and April are the best months for sowing. There is not a farm in the land on which stock is kept which should not have its patch of rape .sown dow'n every autumn. Careful soil preparation for this, as for all other farm crops, is, in the end, the most profitable. Tin* variety of rape sown is Dwarf K.-sex. A good plan is to mix oats, barley or rye with the crop. Both crops should be drilled in—rape at the rate of -I lbs. and tin* grain crop at 15 to lbs. of .seed per acre. Kape and /Train should be..sown in alternat" drill rows. This can be done at one operation with the ordinary jrrain drill, wit.'i grass seeder attach ment. it will pay to manure the rape crop generously—1 ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARE OF LUCERNE FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

CARli OF LUC'KHN'E KIJOLDS. Jlost authorities at;ree that better results art- obtained lrom lucerne lidds by cutting the crop ior hay or tli'een fodder than l»y grazing it. Tliis is doubtless true, but it is not ^ always practicable to do this. ll care is taken to subdivide the fields, and move the stock from one paddock to another as soon as the crop is eaten down, excel lent results can be obtained from pas turing. 'I he injury to tin.1 field arises from "allowing it to be heavily stocked ) tiiroii^Jiiiut the Krowint; period. The. lields should be eaten down quickly, ;u:d then the stock removed and the lucerne alloyed to develop its leaf .sys tem before it is at;ain pastured. Thus ih-; ^rowtJi and vi^or are promoted. The first sprint; growth alter the lield i.-, .-own down should be cut with a mower, when it is a few inches hi^li. Tiiis will cheek weed growth and thic ken the lucerne "stand.'' When there is a t;ood .sprint; and early summer rainfall, an occasional crop of h:lv lie...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

SEEDING. If (lie soil has l)oon well prepared iu the manner .suggested, wait for ail op portune downpour of rain in April or -May, and as soon afterwards as the trains e:ui be pill on, without risk of clogging the soil, work it up with the disc cultivator or a. sec of weighted harrows and sow the seed. There has iK'i/n a good deal of controversy as to whether autumn or spring is the best time to sow luuerne, and also as to whether a cover or "nurse" crop should be sown with lucerne, if autumn is chosen for sowing. In spring there is a great rush of weed growth which often chokes the young lucerne plants. Then again, there is frequently a dry. period, after the seed is sown, and tlio young plants aro starved before they can get good root hold. On the whole the experience of successful growers is in favor of autumn sowing. As to the so-called merits of a cover crop, the weight of evidence is against them both in Au.-tralia and tho United States and Liu: pra.tice is being abandoned. Th...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] HORSE [?] [?] EXAMINATION OF TEETH EXPLAINED IN DETAIL BY EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

K\.\\n.\.\Tro.Y OL' TKKTH KX TN' DETAIL, J3V rcxPEirr. l u'.il the horse is eight years , !1 t :>t* ti'L'ih I'uriiisii the host key to lis ag.>. After this there area •;r ;ii man.v characteristics to he t ,t;.c!i into considerat ion, no one ol' wisii h ran he relied upon aside from til" othiTS. Tiii' i;i >uth of n grown horse ..honM hu\e -L«• tee I h, 12 of which — iv above and .six below—are in oj- nippers. It is by the in cisors that (lie age is detei mined. „r,!ir in w hich these appear is ;in( fVauire up U> the age i.i' .*i : (lien the manner in which t!;:y an* worn del ermines tlie age i:P in . i 'lit years old. After this it is <f:r!:i• 11It to tell the exact age ly the (celh. At about two years and nine months the Lwo central temporary incisors above and below make way I lor the central permanent incisors, j These are full grown by the time | the horse is three years old. The intermediate permanent nippers ap pear at about three years and nine months, a...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

Boot Making and Repairing. S. BLIGHT DESIRES to Inform the Public tliafc lie has COMMENCED BUSI NESS in TEMPERANCE BUILDINGS. HIGH STREET (opposite Police Court) and is prepared to Execute Orders for REPAIRS of every description, at Reasonable Charges. Pumps niuj Welted a Special!y. S. BLIGHT, TEMPERANCE BUILDINGS. NOORAT HIGH SCHOOL. Principal . . . . j\[ISS BATRP. Tho First Term commences on Febru ary 1, 1914.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HE TOOK THE CUE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

HE TOOK THE' CUE. He was a man who gave little an l got much. - To-day, for -instance. In had got a clothes-brush, a l-asiti-o.* water, a towel, and a shine, and he had given nothing at all. Tr-r-r-ring ! went his bcdroo'i bell. Iho hotel attcn lent smiled sourly. This was the fourth time he had been summoned, "and I12 d d not hurry. "I thought you ' were nover .com ing," exclaimed tin visitor, v.iin the attendant - appeared at last. • 'Arc you nicknamed 'Slowcoach ?' " "No, sir," answered the attend ant. "They calls. me 'Bil'iavd cnc.' " !BiH'ard;CUC !" repeated ,the visi tor, fro.vning. Then an indication (lav n d. "All! lieraii.'e you're such a stick, I supvoac?" he a;'.:cd. '•'Wrong again, sir !" retorted tin attendant. "It's • lerai:su I v.orl: better with a good tin." . As a well dressed elderly T.cnU n:r stepped from a train a!. on:; of I lie busy Manchester stations, n -vthy girl came briskly up to lii, rap turously threw her arms a' o it lib neck, and kiss'cd him se-.ci;\i ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTHING SERIOUS. NOT AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

NOTHING SERIOUS. f NOT AT HOME. Tt was a buin:n< day. It was a day on which om's sizzling thought:? if they had not tabled entirely away, turn to such things as iced drii/ks and cold tubs. The thermometer stood at' about 200 in the shade, • whilst no one had the strength to examine what it was doing in the sun. And yet one cyclist came, fljvng along the Warwickshire lanes as though no such thing as Iisat esisted. I-le scorched over the dusky roads, even as the sun scorched over his own dusty self. "Mi !" lie shouted, ns he whi/./.ed past a yokel recumbent by the road side. ''Is this the way to Shakes peare's house '?" '"Ay, it be,'* replied tha yo'iel, sit ting up to stare. 'Hi n lie ro.ic suddenly, and put his hand t<> liis mouth. 'Mi, mister—hi !" I12 shout ed after the disappearing figure. "You needn't lmrry yourself ; 'e's dead !"

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] NOTES AND QUERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

'Kii ! 1 ES Miu ' QUtffitS. (My GLEANER.) It, j> intended to publish notes ami (iii agricultural .subjects in this c<ihiin 11 weekly. TI;o word "agricultu ral" is used in its widest .sense, and the iinle.';, 1 la I'eloi'e, will include reference in all pliasts of land settlement ami production. '1'lie u l iter will not only present h .s own vii'ivs 011 matters ol interest to the man on the land, but will request lis leaders to co-operate u.tli him in making lliis eohiinn bright ami informative. .Suggestions and (jiier.es on .subjects ]•< rt;i,11111;j; in ih,. hind indu::tri<s iUv i;;vite<! aiid trill )>:» dealt Willi by the ur.ler or subin.t'.ed to tlie renders oi these notes lor tlieir opinions, which •v ll bo pub] shed in due course. All readers interested in' the development ol agricultural production—obviously the mains.ay of national prosperity— ar.i cordially invited to co-opcnite in making this column helpful to primary produc...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

REXONA. Thr Rapid Healing Ointment euros with remarkable rapidity Soros, Uloors, Hums. C'u'.s. Bruises, Eczema, Chil blains. ami all Diseases i;f the Skin. Snkl in t riangular pots at 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable at II. P. Bonnott, Chemist. The Russian Government proposes to spend £1,000.000 oil irrigation. DR. SUELDOX'S DIGESTIVE TAiH'LES Pavp the "'ay to Success By c'.vinp you A Good Stomach And a Cheerful Disposition, Tliey digest what you eat. Obtainable at II. P. Bennett, Chom :st, Terang. ' \

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOILS FOR LUCERNE AND THEIR PRE[?] ARATION. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

■SOILS FOR LUC15RNI'- AND THEIR Pith* A RATION. Ideal soils for lucerne are deep, frco river llats, ncli in lime, such as are lounil in the JJajchus Alarsh district in \ ictoria, and in the Jluntc-r liiver and Tainworlh districts in New (South Wales. These jioils arc not extensive, and although lucerne is ai its best oil .-.oils of tins character, it nevertheless does well over a wide range. ol soils, where tlic conditions are "ot so good,, as shown by tho practical results achieved by good cultivation in l.ivo rina anil 1N01 thern, W estern, Central, and Southern Victoria. One essential for successful lucerne culture in all soils is plenty of lime. Its presence in sullicient. (juantity not only ensures an open, free condition lor the roots to work in, but promotes the activity of bavterial life, which, enables lucerne, like all leguminous plants to which it belongs, to gather nitrogen from tho air circulating through the soil. AVhenever a loose free patch of soil occurs 011 toe far...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MERITS OF LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

TIIIC .MERITS OF LUCERNE. Lucerne has been rightly named ""The Kin<4 of Fodder Plants." From it1; original home in Central Asia, it lias h; cu carried to all temperate and .->1! o-ti'opical countries wiiere stock raising is an established industry. Long bilore the Christian era, it was cultivated in ancient Greece and Koine. 'I'llj .Spaniards introduced it to South .Wiicric.t. The great .stock currying capacity of Argentina is largely duo to the extent and luxuriance of its lucerne fields. Lucerne v-v.- taken north to California from 31exL-o by the Spanish .Missionaries, and is now extensively cultivated in the middle and western !><>.• tioii.s of the United States. During the last twelve or lifteen years its feed ing value and improved methods of its cultivation, have received so nuudi at tention at the agricultural experiment suctions in ti'.-c United- Estates, that almost every State in the Union lias now a large area under lucerne, which i> cons...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

THE CO-OPERATIVE G £ o vTj cn O a cj u ctf l/l cj 4h o +-» CO CO > S Qh o o U cj f2 o o o +-» CO £ z CO 5h »>-4 -4-> d CO Q O O O 0£I W H <£) Z D fe < 00 -+-» a CJ u c3 CJ Q CO-OPERATIVE STORE TERANG. WOR1.D-FAEVSEQ HATS Hattoi's to His Majesty ki"-' V. § Montgomery & Bradshaw, District Age nt. ——■PUBLIC I1ALL, TERANG. -SATURDAY, 1-lth MARCH. : STAB PICTURES Will Present A MAG N1 FICENT PICTORIAL PROGRAMME, Headed by Ambrosio'.s Great Star Film, Till-: EAGLE'S CLAW, In two reels, crammed full of Sensa tional Thrills from beginning to end; not a dull moment throughout. Sup ported by a. Host of other Star Dra matic, Comt'dv, Scenic and Industrial Attractions. ■"Taming Their Grandchildren," "Crook and the Girl," "llido of Lone some," "A Closo Shave," "Black and White," and others too numerous to mention. SHIRE OF HAMPDEN. APPOINTMENT OF POUNDKEEPER FOll TERANG. APPLICATIONS aro invited, return able at Ten a.m. on TUESDAY NEXT, the 10th day of MARC...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

DENTAL. i V/. A. PAURAMORE, l.d.s.,B.d.S DENTIST, TERANG. MR. PARRAMORE may be Consulted at liis Rooms in Shadforth Street, opposite the Wheatsheaf Hotel, daily (ex cept Friday). A USTRAL1AN TERRIER PUPS for .■tx. Sale, rough-coated. A. J. Bruce, James Street, Port Eairv. A Limited Number of_ White Leghorn Cockerels for siilo; Bprtlesmier's Roseworthy winners, Purvis' Rose vor thy winners (winter test), Swift aud Brown Burnley winners. Price, 5/ each.—W. G. Osburno. -OR OAS SOOIETY incuts This JL/Afternoon at J o'clock as usual. "nOR SALE.—Hornsby-Ackroyd Oil Engine, 2J-h.p. ; suit fanner for chalf-cutting; cheap. Thjs Qllice. TJ1PER1AL u-h.p. Stationary Petrol -L Engine, almost new. Full particu lars on application to T. WALLS and UO.j Terang. PICTURE FRAMING, Furniture Re pairs, Upholstering, etc.—AVALLS, Terang, Maryborough and Geelong. LOST.—From Bend Paddock: Bay Filly, two years o'l; about 1-1A hands; iiu visible brand. Reward. D. .X. Gillies, Noorat. T OST.—A Silver Watch, in...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night: Woods' Great Peppermint cure.—1/6.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

EGOHOMIG CONDITIONS OF AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA. Hv \Y. Glimo.XS COX, C.E. Tin' fanning section,s of tlj.s United Stab s ui America :iit- those of the M'alxtard, and particularly tlio Central. WYhtcni. and Nortli \\ e; tern States of Illinois, 11j\v:i, Ohio j Wi-cril]si;i JIII'I .M ichi^.m, tile latter j hein^ in close p;o.\i:ni:y to Canada, j Uritisli .\oiih America - iihi;-h in a *-■!' 111:11 i<- .-.'li e ii similar I" that <il the United Slat- s. Tiif t-(!<-ii<!ar <i! wsi .soli:. i:-, in holli countries, similar to Unit o] Orcat 1 iiiI:ii:i, ami is tin? iv iit.m' «.i •• i;at oi Australia. 'iUis Am ni'.m ianiiin^; country h i -i- ami .s.'id.s hijir.d i'.ir from three to live months in ll'.o year, and the most caielill pi'ovi.-i II lias In lie made, lioL-'i v. il!i iv;;ard to ih<• pr. .s- r\alio,a ol live ' ;ioek, and to tin- adequate comfort of the human i h inc:;;. 1 ..<■ homestead ( j;ciiiL-s-.~, l.uill ol...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIGHTING FOR BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

FIGHTING FOR. BREATH. ".My link1 hoy" was a. martyr to bad fold.-, and eon^is." .says .Mrs. C. \\ ar ivll. Lake's (.'reek, Jioekhnnipton, t,'. "At times lie lias been so had that J have )'■ >1111(1 11iin iii'Ji; in^: for breath. Sim--.' I slarU'd "iviii}!; liini Chamber lain's Coii^li lienn dy I do not worry over Irs ennjjjis .for T know that a <onple of (Iom's will k:V|' bini immediate relief." Sold by II. P. Bennett, High Street, Terany. Tasmania will export this season a million cases of apples.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] AN OUNCE. LATEST FACTS ABOUTS RADIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 March 1914

#>PS,«5 AK OBN0F. <• LATiKST KACTS AUOlJT It AD1UM. (Uv T. TIKJKNJi Ji.\K£H, in "Tlio Daily -Miiil. ) The rar.-st tiling in the world. .Mr. -M l>\-J hi his. recent j»u i -. •! j : t .s; • i'l the Bediord Estates, could li.-ive paid for tin. whole transaction uiLli ;i small te;ii_-i11;iill oi' railiuni. .U its pre.-,mil price, one ounce of radium is worth about half a million pounds, and though new fiiiirivs ot iniii<-raI and improved methods ol ex traction may ultimately linii^ the price much lower, its rarity will always re main, because it occurs in nature in siic'i i11■ i:iit. simatlv .small quantities. Sine its ili:-covery radium lias h en a t. i:i^ <>f e\trenii' lascinatiou to tho M'ieiltist, while the general public have il 'z:i r. i< <1 it. with mild ciirio.-.ity. Hut ex II ri'Mt e/fe.-ts il lh< treatment of cancer have mad- it a tiling of absorb ing ilit- Test to tile whole world. There are various so...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AEROPLANE ON ROOF [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 March 1914

AEROPLANE ON ROOF Paris has got over being surprised at the sight of (lying machines (says "Lloyd's "Weekly News" of January 18), but the population of Javel, a working quarter between the Eift'el Tower and the aerodrome of Issy-les-Moulineuax, got excited last week when they saw an aeroplane plunge downwards over the streets and finally crash on to the roof of a factory in the Rue Saint Charles. There was a rush to the fac tory, for it was feared that the accident was serious, but the crowd were mot by the aviator, M. Gilbert, who, quite calm, and without a scratch, was de scending the stairs, which he had reachcd through the hole made in tho roof by the falling aeroplane. M. Gilbert said his engine had failed, lie looked about for a landing-place, but could see nothing but houses, factories, and market garden plots. The broad road would have served his purpose, but there were a number of children scattered along it. staring in wonder at the aeroplane so close above them. A.s a las...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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A Friend Advised Her. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 March 1914

A Friend Advised Her. The following letter from Mrs. Tho mas Brown, of Healesvilla Vic., will prove interesting to many of our readers: — "Some time ago I suffered from a severe attack of kidney complaint. The iirst symptoms were great weak ness and emaciation with terrible pain all over my body, especially across my back. My whole body was racked with pain and I could get but little ease day or night. Medicines were prescribed for me, but failed to do me any good. I cared very little what became of me, I was so weak j and miserable. I had nearly given j up all hope when a friend advised me to try Warner's Safe Cure. I commenced to take il and derived great benefit'from taking the contents of the first 'bottle. I continued to take the medicine, getting, stronger and 'better every day. I soon regain- j ed my former strength and energy, i the pains all left me, and I seemed to j have a new lease of life. I am now i quite strong and happy." j Warner's Safe Cure is a wonderful 1 remedy ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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