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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

Cheer« and invigorate*. The amount of bills and cheques paid at the Bankers* Clearing House in Lon don last year was £16,436,404,000, an increase over 1912 of £474,631,000. At Rloomsbury County Court (Eng land) counsel, addressing Judge Bray, said that his client had "almost a habit of sending money to people whose immediate financial condition was strained." Judge Bray: This is cer tainly a very useful person to know. SILVER A STAR XIa STARCH &JL * ▼ V»H IT L ST A N D !• I? 1 C." 1 I S T

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAMPERDOWN PICNIG RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

CAMPERDQWN PiCNIG RAGES. The annual Cainpcrdown picnic races wcr(. held yesterday under most favor able conditions. T.'.ie following are the results:— MA ID EX HACK RACE. Five furlongs. ■). C .Manifold's blk ^ Keder Kluui, 1U.U 1 .J. M. Faliey's eh ^ Gold Du;t, 10.0 - T. Dulfy's b Anaru, 10.0 3 Milo and Teddy Bear also started. Betting: Even money the winner. LADIES' 1 HI AC LET. Six furlongs. J. Jackson's b m Reelstar, 10.G .... 1 J. J. Tehan's 1) y Ueaueatc'ier, 11.1 ; AY. lluts's b is, Taurex'ier. 10.0 .... 13 : Betting: 2 to 1 on Ueelstar. i NOVELTY 1H)XY RACE. ! Four lurlonys. M . Thompson's b m Lady Etliel, 72 yds., U. j 1 1). McMal.on's b in Ragtime. 72 vds., !).0 \ . .' 1'. '1'. X'eylon's br ^ Tim, SL yds., 8.0 3 Other starters: Wee Bow, Gordon, Idaho, Nora Doyle. Illusion, Baygull, Teanie and Little Jolm. Betting: 2 to 1 ajisl. Lady Ethel. ST. PATRICK'S DAY HANDICAP. Sis furlongs. J. McIhirs' b k Wiri Wiri. 13.3 .. 1 R. X. Crawford's lir ^ Portico, 10.5 2 M. E. Considinc's ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

ASSURANCE GO. LTD. ESTD. 1782, FIRE. .AQC1DENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. 10SSES PAID EXCEED £85)000,00a Losses bv bush FIRES *nd by LIOHTHIMO aru madb good by this Company. AGENTS WANTED. victobia.k 46^ T0 BOURKE ST., Melbourne. OALCETY A CO, LTD.. AfllNTt. The late Mr Justin M'Carthy once described, in an article in "The New York Outlook," the impression made by Mr Joseph Chamberlain's first speech in the House of Commons. The Tories, he wrote, were expecting to see a rough and shaggy .man, dressed with an un couth disregard for the ways of society, a sort of Birmingham Orson who would probably scowl fiercely at his opponents and would deliver his opinions in tones of thunder. The man who rose to ad dress the Mouse was a pale, slender, delicate-lookinp; and closely-shaven per sonage, very neatly dressed, with short and careTully-bruslied hair, and wear ing- a dainty eveylass. "He looks like a ladies' doctor," one stout Tory mur mured. "Seems like the model v>f a head cleric at a We...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUTTER EXPORT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

BUTTER EXPORT TRADE. Tho report presented by Mr. H. W. Osborne on his investigations ro tho butter export trade, has attracted much attention in Australia, New Zealand, and England. It has been published in all the leading newspapers and agricul tural journals. Tho London correspon dent of "Tho Argus" writes as under:— "Mr. H. W. Osborne's report on the marketing of Australian butter in tnis country has been read with much inter est here, and has been the subject of considerable discussion. The members of tho trade in London generally express satisfaction that Mr. Osborne recognises that all tho faults are not on this side, and his recommendations for the im provement of the quality of the butter shipped from Australia are cordially en dorsed. On some of his other recommen dations the opinions of the London im porters are not so favorable, especially with regard to the direct shipments to Hull ami Bristol. Naturally the Lon doner sticks up for his own port, and his contention is tha...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. OSBORNE'S ADDRESS. PROSPECTS OF THE TRADE. FORMATION OF A COW-TESTING ASSOCIATION [?]RGED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

Ml*. OSliOltNE'S ADDltESS. r riiOSL'ECTS OF THE TRADE. ' i'Olt-MATlO.X 01-' A L'UW'-'JTSTI.V. aSSUOIATIOX IKUED. JUr. Osborne sum mat «iucc he ^ V ioltctl U ilietrllUg UI tile LueuOl'iUiVijj 1' ni'iul v w IliKi a Ll'lp to tac uifc; siue ut u.c woriu, tj iaqu.it- nuo nu'.- ' it is pei earning to tiiu muter muibui. : j.u uouui Oe quite unin.-fts.Miry luv ti l J gO (J\ t'l' LllO gloUllll i; lie nati done in '..is report. llu t: uikcii l.io opportunity 01 inspucLiu^t.; ! \ariott.s Uranus i l butter as wuy arrive; Hi .London, ami uc Wished to siy tiiu:u : ail t..e Ouucis none sio-jvt niguer i.j: ~ C.loiiornmioti. (Applause.) 11 uad te: \try yraUtyiug to mm to nml taat »sL-; c^nipiaiuts wtre niaile as to uie dti-.r.-; oration in (jiiality 01 Australian ljui.-. as a u n.tle, yet t.iu cuMipiaiat was t-■ ways qua mica l»y t.:e phrase, "With ut; exception of your Western Uistnct ii.-; Lorit-:. ' I ho quality ol (..luiiuimku j butter was never ol a nigner stamia.-; [ tnan to-ilay, and t-.iis f...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

TERANG. MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914. Cattle, Sheep, Horses, &c Sale of Dairy Cattlo at 12.30 o'Clock Sharp. DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED (Successors to Howe, Thornton and Palmer) will Sell (through their Auc tioneer) in their Yards, Terang, oil the above date:— FAT CATTLE. S Prime Cows from jtvolora. C Prime Cow.s from Noorat. 7 Prime Cows from Garvoc. •5 Prime Cows from The Sisters. DAIRY CATTLE. 1 Truck of Cows and Heifers in full profit and springing. 14 Choice Sprin^in^; Heifers. 12 Forward Springing Cows. 11 Backward Springing Heifers. STORE CATTLE. 15 Forward Store Cows. 30 Good Young Store Cows. YOUNG CATTLE. 30 Heifers, 1J yrs. old. SHEEP. 2o Fat Lambs. 20 Fat Crossbred Ewes. DALGETY and CO. LTD., Terang. TERANG. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1914. —At Twelve o'Clcck.— P I G S. DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED (Successors to Howe, Thornton and Palmer) will hold their NEXT FORT NIGHTLY PIG SALE on the above date. DALGETY and CO. LTD.. Teraug SPECIAL SALE 800 CATTLE 300 3,000 ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

Noorat iron Works. TOIJN McLFOD wishes to intimate to U the Residents of the Noorat, Koloru, GlenorniisUm and surrounding Districts that lie Has commenced Business iu Noorat as a GEXE11AL IRON-W ORKEll And SUPPLIER OF WINDMILLS. lie is A^ent- for tiie Famous WONDER MILL,!' which is thfhist word in Windmills. It only needs Oiling Onto a year. One of tlio Mills may bo seen working in lus yard. Estimates given for tho Erection of Mills, of any make. U' ater-systo'ns estimated for and supplied. A full supply oi' all sorts of Parts kept. MACHINERY of all kinds, Oil <r Petrol Engines, supplied at tho shortest notice. —AGENT FOR— The tUittKA fVliL&lNG MACHINE All sorts of TINWARE stocked. REPAIRS Executed Promptly. Cheese and Da.ry Plants Installed. Baths litied up. Tanks and Spouting supplied and fitted up Boilers, Chaff-cutters. and all Farm Machinery supplied. Residents are invited to bupport their own Townsnip, and securo a speedy attention to their wants by patronis...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDDING. KNOX—McAR[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

Ki\ OX—Me Alii „ Jit. Oil Wednesday aftmoon the Presby terian Cniir.-ii, (Jampcrtlouji, was iilk'd witu a large congregation, assembled in honor of t.ic marriage ol .\lr. William J. Knox and .Miss .Mildred .WcArthur, daughter ol' .Mr. Stewart -McArthur,' K.L., and ,\Jrs. .McArilrur, or Warwar ick, (j.imperdown. '1 lie bridegroom is a •son ol' tiio late Hon. William Knox, M.H.R., who, almost up to his death, represented Kooyong (lvew and neigh borhood-) in tlie Federal House of Ke piv.seutatives. All the leading families ol' the district were represented in the congregation, which included also many friends of tlie bridegroom. For the ceremony the church was prettily deco rated with appropriate llowers and foli age. The pretty bride entered the eiiureh on the arm of hoi- father, her bridesmaids following to the accompani 1111 nt of t;.e "Festal starch. T'.ie bride was attire;! in a dress of ivory satin over pliated net. The cor sage and short tunic were of silver bro caded ninon, and...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Terang Express AND HAM[?]EN AND MORTLAKE ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914, THE FEMINIST MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

AND llAK- DEN AND MOM'LA EE ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." FRIDAY, MAliCil 20, 1U1-1. THE FEMINIST MOVEMENT. " J 110 male element oil its initial up ."xit'araiiLO was primarily an excrescence, ' a auperniuty, a waste- product oi iNat "lire, swiuuiy speaking: man is unde "vnoped woman.1' inat is the dehb erata opinion of trie militant author of ••ino .awaKening of Woman." It ia moreover declared to be the ultimate oasis and rcasuh oi tiic modem Familial .movement; tuough to the average per tou it may appear extraordinary tnat t:.o r„iiiiiii--ts should i'cel obliged to j 'rope io l.ir uae.t. or go to sucii lengths in order to give a woman a guid conceit o' herself. 'J. his feminist movement, in sumo at least of its aspects, is old as civilisation, and extends even earlier tiian tue annals ol' civilisation record. W-hen tuo world was young, lifty cen turies before our era, in ancient Egypt, and indeed in all ...

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MANAGER AT 8/= A WEEK VERY SMALL LIMITED COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

MANAGER AT 8/- A WEEK VliUY SJIA'LL LIMITED COMPANY A manager ol' a limited company whose remuneration was S/ a week "and one furnished room," was sued in Phoreditch County Court yesterday for ■C'i, dlie 011 a judgment (reports "The Daily News" January T.\). George Smart, of Curtain road, 15.0., sued Mr Chapman de Louth, of West Duhvich. Defendant paid lie was manager of a business wh'eh was formerly his own, and which was now owned by a limited company. Mr Robinson (for plaintiff): Don't you Set anything besides the S/ a week?— Yes, I get 2f> per cent, of the profits. What is the capital of tliis limited company?—JJ^COO. There is none sub scribed. Surely some shares have been taken up'.'—Yes. the landlord has them. He also holds a debenture for .C1000. Defendant explained that formerly lie rented a block of flats, furnished them, "■nd let them out again. He was in this business for three years, but he got no profit, and the landlord distrained for rent, and formed a limited com ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIFE OF BARMAIDS QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

LIFE OF BARMAIDS j QUESTIONS TO BK ANSVVKKEU. The Investigation Committee <u the W"iii"iih' Industrial Council, whose re port on its "Waitress Inquiry" created interest, lias now turned its attention to the barmaids (says "The Daily News and Leader" of January 14). .Several hundred forms have been sent out; and anions' those associated with the inquiry are Mrs Bernard Drake and .Miss 8. K. Perkins, lion, sceretarv to the Joint Committee on tlio Employ ment of Uiirmaids. The list of ques tions which barmaids are invited to answer is an interesting document. "Why did you wish to become a bar maid'.'" is one query, and it is followed by the question whether (he'iniients were willing: that she should follow that occupation. The age at which the barmaid entered the trade, the years she has been employed, the. extent of her earnings, wages, tips, commissions, i and fines, and the hours of her em ployment are also bo scheduled. Free days, liall'-liolidays, summer va cation. and ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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WHERE HOLBEIN WAS BURIED [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

WHI3RK jrOLBKIX WAS BUJRIED St. Katharine Cree Church, the 2S-4til anniversary of whose consecration by Laud is being celebrated this week (says "The Westminster Gazette" of January 15) is known better than many of the city churches, not by reason of its antiquarian associations, but more probably because of its situation in one of the busiest streets in London— Lcadenliall street. It is probably not of very general interest to know that St. Katherine's, although a pre-fire church,, is not in its present state one of the real old churches of mediaeval times. It dates from the year 1631, and Inigo Jones is credited with the design. Home of the guide-books state this defi nitely; but Baedeker is more cautious in saying that the interior is "ascribed" to the famous forerunner of "Wren. The lower portion of the tower is a remnant of the older church that stood on the site, and it was in this building that Holbein is said to have been buried.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

O INV1NTORI PATENTS Obtained In Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods of Appll mces, TooIb, etc., of any description '"uli Information, Costs, etc., Bent on application to A.. O. SACH8E, O.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collins and William Sts., MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

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HEAVY WOMAN DIES WEIGHED 20 STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

HEAVY WOMAN DIES WEIGHED 20 STONE. The dentli of a woman who weighed twenty stones, and who required two porters to lift her Into bed when she was seized with a fatal Illness, was (says "Lloyd's "Weekly News" of Janu ary 11) investigated at a Hackney in quest on Saturday on Mary Richard, seventy-two, wife of a corn dealer of Newington Butts. The woman, it was said, had been living apart from her husband at Knfield road, Kingsland road. Mrs Ericson. a sister-in-law, said Mrs Richard had been "a little queer for some time. She went to see her, and found her on the ttoor. She was a very lu-avy woman, weighing twenty stones, and her leg was doubled up under her. It took witness an hour to get the leg right. Her sister-in-law never regained consciousness, and died later on. A Juror : Was she a sober woman? Witness : Well she used to take a little in a regular way, mostly of an evening. Witness added that she had to get an order for two porters from the Metropolitan Hospital to get her in...

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LEILA AND HER LOVER published by Arrangement with Ward, Lack and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) IV. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

LEILA AND HER LOVER By MAX PEMBERTON. published by Arrangement with Ward, Lack and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) IV. It was almost dinner-time when the Archdeacon returned to the yacht, and he had but the briefest word with Hugh. "A very ditlicult case," he said, evasively. "I am quite at a loss, my dear fellow." His further pro mise to discuss the whole thing frankly at a later hour of the night sent the young baronet to his cabin with the vague hope of a-man who relies rather upon a friend than upon himself. He did not tell the worthy ecclesiastic just how intoler- j able the hours of waiting had been, or how diilicult he had found the commonest conventions. They talked of many things at dinner—lack Bowles of Freddy By water's straight and narrow ways and the half-crowns they were cost ing him; Mat Michel of politicians and the new taxes he was not called upon to pay ; the Archdeacon chiefly of the products of the Moselle Val ley. The chief on board the Chris ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

[ADVERT! SEMENT. ] £1,000 PRIZES £1,000 MULI50URNIC ■ EIGHT !K)U.1?S ART UNION. Acknowledged to be one of tlio Most Genuine of all the Art Unions 58t.Ii Year. ever hold. 5Sth Year AS POPULAR AS EVER. THE GREAT EVENT OF TUB YEAR, 58th ANNIVERSARY EIGHT 58th 5Sth HOURS' DAY. 58th —GRAND FKTE, BAZAAR, AND— —ART UNION.— In Aid of the Charities (Town and Country). ENlil iS ITION li UILDINGS, MELBOURNE, MONDAY, L'7th -APRIL, 1911. Eight llour.s Day. Bank and Public Holiday. —EIGHT HOURS' ART UNION.— — LOO PRIZES. VALUE £1000.— Works of Art by Australian Artists. First Prize: OIL PAINTING .. .... Value £500. Second Prize: OIL PAINTING Value £100. Third Prize: OIL PAINTING Valuo £50. —And— Ninety-seven Other Prize.s Ranging in Valuo From £20. NOTE.—The Committee arc pur chasing and paying for the Pictures the amounts at which they are valued as above staled. Iti order, however, to fully satisfy the Public and Subscribers of the bona lides of the Art Union, and thai, in their opinion, the Pi...

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THE STRAW HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

tub straw hat. The straw 1'at is m'nih'c r.cw conicr in the v orid of dress. It was not i n il 17.S4, a"Cov«inT to Les Mouvcllcp," that it first. , an'i its adoption was o-'i^inaliy exclusive ; to Vvoir.cn. Ivicn did net ira':e use oi' it until the Waterlooiycar, and the fo'.incation of the great Alsatian in dustry was only in 1S54, vh n ths first big factories were erected. It is not generally Uiio'^n that many so railed "fti aw hats" arc ira'.e en tirely of wool. But they are noni the icss elli(knt as protector; aga'nst the effects of glare ; n I sua shine.

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AGRICULTURAL PROBLEMS. SOIL EXHAUSTION. SOIL FERTILITY. INCREASE OF YIELDS. II. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 March 1914

AG HIC ULTURAL PROBLEMS. SOIL EXHAUSTION. SOIL FERTILITY. J NCREASE OF YIELDS. Jiy A. II. UENA1U), Expert in Modern Agriculture, lienor of "A.B.C. of Halionnl Manuring," • a.I> C ill sciwicilic oiocu Feeding L'udcr Aumnuiuu Couditioun," hit., lite. II. The prevention of soil exhaustion uml the maiintenancc oi soil fertility are interdependent, the one being tlie logical outcome of the other. liut modern agricultural science goes fur ther, and aims to increase fertility in order to secure permanent in crease m yields of produce. This can onlv be achieved under the special Australian conditions of soil and cli mate by rational manuring. 'lhe time has now arrived when an in crease in the average .yield of wheat per acre of the land devoted to its cultivation is absolutely essential to continued prosperity, and the in crease must be regular, not spas modic. This increase is easily pos sible, and undeniably profitable. u. der conditions even below average. The new method tends itself ...

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