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MARKETS. TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, 23rd March, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

MARKETS. TERANG STOCK MARKET. 2Uond;iy, 23rd March, 1914. 361 cattle and 553 sheep yarded. Fat Cattle.—133 forward. Competition throughout was keen and values showed a further rise on late rates. Extra prune fat cows and heifers, £8 10/ to £10 2/; prime fat cows and lieifers, £7 t j £S. 5, ; light-weights from £5 10/; lai bullocks to £10 (J/. Dairy Cattle.— Values unaltered. Best springing cows and heifers, £G 10/ to £7 14/; backward lrom £5. Store Cattle.—For all classes a good demand ruled at improved rates. Young good framed store cows, from £-1 to £0 5/; medium sorts from £3; old mul inferior from £1. Young Cat tle.—Market unaltered. Iloifers, !}■ to 2 years old, from £2 10 /to £2 17/0; poddies from £1 5/. Sheep.—For all classes a keen demand'ruled. Prime to extra prime fat 2-tootlis, from 15/ to 1!)/10; prime fat lambs, 1-1 • to 15/(5. Next weekly .-loi-k sale on Monday, JlaYch 30th. .Dalgety and Co. Ltd. report having classed ami sold as Tills,'and 27 sheep. They sold Tor Mrs....

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

'of your property, and it will take care of you.— t Use a " Worth-While " Paint. In a Painting Job, Labor costs morethan the Paint; therefore us« & Genuine and Durable Paint, and youwill Save Labor. AEON BRAND is the best on the market. It is Sold in a Great Variety of Suitable Shades for House* and Implements by Terang fi District Co-operative Society, Limited

Publication Title: Terang Express
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SOUTH ECKLIN FIRES. NEARLY THREE THOUSAND ACRES BURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

SOUTH EGKLIN FIRES. xkahly tiirkk thousand ac'liES JJUKNIOD. A disastrous firo swept over the South Ecklin country on Friday and Saturday !;ist, consuming in its path between '->•"■00 and .'5000 acres of <?rass and miles of fencing. There were two fires, 0110 coining iloin tin- vicinity of Mr. John 's, and the other From the hack of Leichlield, through Mrs. McCunnie'.s. Tno wind was blowing a strong east ei i.\. and -the throe-chain road offered 110 bar to the fires' progress. Getting into Mr. Scallv's and tlien into Kea yaiT^. it passed 011 through the closer setti< ment, blocks and away into the f.'iesf country. j-. Staujzhton lost 1'»« 0 acres of yrass and half a dozen miles of wire fencing, which was netted. Mr. Seallv lost .'Mfl acres._ Mrs. Mae C'uiniie lost practically the whole of her fiinss. and was lucky to save her house, as the fire passed 011 both sides. Mr. Blight lo^t loO acres, and Mr. . Pollock a similar amount. Only an odd head or two of st...

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HOLIDAY CAPSULES. TO BE TAKEN BY EVERY HOLIDAY-MAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

HOLIDAY CAPSULES. | *. TO BE TAKEN BY EVERY HOLI DAY-MAKER. Many people who are in excellent health to-day. and above water, ad mit that it lis due to a careful use of the following : !'a'"e a return ticket, Yo-.i can comc hack thin, whatever happens. T{i'*c three minutes for your first dip in (he briny. it may nave you llu-ee days in bod. Take care o" too much sun. You may brown .your fare at tin: expense of your brain. Sunstrokes are ser ious. Take an old pair of shoes if (In r.carlv is shingly. A cut on llu sole means no walk for a v.ce'-. Take your old shirt for beach rolling. It is better to :hii: in yivr own suburl) than to ! i ep jinr s. 1 n dour for the sand.1. Take your ordinary ir.wm :i ;i v.ii.h you. Plain oak is better than thin venccr. Take notice that o-'cr-ripe {ruit fre quently means jy grccu grave. Take onion for n wa;;j sting. An j pnipn in the pocket is better than £ stiug on the lip. Take tfciings quietly. It'-S the irk of tlie thief. ^YUafc's good enough for him...

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LAANG v. NIRRANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

LAANG v. NIR11ANDA. The above teams met at Laanji on Saturday in connection with- the Hnv 1110* tropliv, and as the visitors seemed to all strike tlieir true form t/lie homo tonm was rather easily beaten. Follow ing are the scores:— LAANG. B. Batten, c Crol't b "Wallace .... 0 J. •lohnstone, run out LI .J. Cass, e Lawlor I) Prender^ast .. '2'2 C. Yau^han, run out 0 H. Hall, b 11. Walhue .. .. .. 1 (.!. Hall, e Crol't h Prender<iast .. 10 A. McEwau, b II. Wallace 0 AlcJohnstone, It II. Wallace ... .. 0 K. Yau^hau, e liurlei^li h Wallace 0 .). Hiehardson, not out .. .. .... 1 D. Buck, b Dale •"» .Sundries '5 Total i .. .. .. .. (>■"> Howling.—H. "Wallace, live wickets Tor II runs; Preuder^ast, two for 19: .1. Wallace, one for 10: bale, one for 10. NIK HAND A. A. Dale, run out 17 ('. liurlei^h, ;• Meliwan b Cass .. (> K. Burnio, li I**, Johnstone .... lo J. Wallace, c AlcJohnsUme b J. Johnstone 3*"> 1!. Laulor, c Uichardson b Vau^lian 1 — Prenderjzasl, c Kiehards...

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A SPANIARD'S RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

A SPANIARD'S RETORT. "'Henry Clay Ide, our Minister to Spain," said a Washington official, "gets on well in Madiid bccausc he has a great atlecticn for the Spanish people. "Mr, lde, while no champion of the bull-fight, hates to hear the Span iards abused for cruelty on this head. "He tells an anecdote of a Span iard travelling from San Sebas tian to Biarritz in a first-class compartment with an American. " 'You Spaniards are a great na tion,' the American said, •' but I can't understand how a nation that produced Velasquez and -Valdcs can stomach the savage cruelty of the bull-dog.' "The Spaniard rolled his black eyes at this, emitted a great cloud of cigarette smoke, and said :— " 'You have in America a number of societies for the prevention of cruelty to children, I believe ?' 'Yes.' 'And they do good work ?' " 'Oh, splendid work !' "Now the Spaniard showed Ms | white teeth in a smile, ! " 'Well, scnor, such societies would be Useless in my country.' he said. ' Tl.io man who would...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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CRICKET. THE [?]MES TROPHY. ALLANSFORD. v. PANMURE. PANMURE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

CRICKET. - ♦ • TII.I5 1IAWMES TROPHY. ALLANSKORJ). v. PAXMUKK. PAN.MUKE, Mondav. Tin- Allansl'ord cricketers came to Pamnure );ist Satmday to plnv a match with the home team for the Ha vine* trophy. Allansiord brought a strong. eomhinaLioii, fully co'nlident of retriev ing their lost laurels; hut they were doomed lo disappointmnct. This was the fourth time these teams were op posed, and victory rested with Pa mm ire oil each occasion. P'inniure hatted first on Saturday and made a total of Sl> runs. Ijcs. (Jhislctt. a first season player, was responsible for '29 runs, and the captain. \V. Batten. for 11. - Three of the i'anniure players had the ill luck of b.'ing given out leg before wicket. Allansl'ord responded with a total of 0!) runs. Duncan .AlcC'allum was top scorer with L'!) luaile in good st,yle, and I'is captain, (■'. .D:\ciiish, made !•") by good defensive cricket. None of the others reached double figures. Two of the 'Ford bovs were run out. Scores:--. PAN.M UJIE. W. Hu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

F.TARANTO, Fruiterer and Confectioner, HIGH STREET, TERANG. ALL CHOICEST FRUITS in Season. The Best Imported and Colonial CONFECTIONERY always on liaud. Only the very best SOFT DRINKS and CORDIALS kept in largo variety. Great Varietv Of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and FANCY BOXES Just Arrived. Everything Stocked is the Very Best. NOTE MY ADDRESS, AND PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. MECHANICS FRUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' Go-operative Produce Compan Limited DESIRE to Intimate to Farmers in the Surrounding District that they have arranged to MARKET FARM PRODUCE during the forthcoming season. ORDERS are now being received for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. A BRANCH OFFICE has been open ed at Roval Chambers, i^epler Street, Warrnambool, under the management of MR. J. J. ORR. HEAD OFFICE: 57 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. TERANG REPRESENTATIVES: CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Terang. Wood®' Great Peppontcnt Care: For Coagha and Colds.—1/8.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

INDMILLS SoientifiQ SimpHoity. Caoy Running wi tli a lxJgf the.? are sure things to keep the troughs full. A Good Mill is a treasure, and Fuller's Mills are everything that can be desired. Strong, Well-built, Easy Running, an ornament to the Farm at a moderate cost. ESTIMATES FOR ARTESIAN BORING. 0. FULLER, TERANG. 'Phone No. 23M. WINDMILL Manufacturer . THOMAS & O'MULLANE TERANG and CAMPERDOWN. PltlZE-TAKERS ALL CONTESTED SHOWS (inoluding Royal Show). ^ars, Cars. Cars, FAST. RELIABLE, and QUIET RUNNING. -Available Day and Night. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED WITH VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. If you want a Good Vahiol* at R*duoed Prioea, DON'T FAIL TO INSPECT OUR STOCK. .«i REPAIR AND RENOVATE OARS AND VEHICLES IN FIRST CLASS AND UP-TO-DATE STYLE. •[■hone 89. —YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. Lawrence Kennedy-Qilues MILKING MACHINES, ALFA-LAVAL SEPARATORS, and FELIX ENGINES. DAIRYMEN ! BLARNEY IS CHEAP, but an Inferior Milking Machine may cost you a lot of money and when »u AgenL tolls you ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

ORIENT LINE • OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS for London, ria Adelaide, Fremantlo (W.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt. Kipl . Toulon, Gibraltar, and Piy Staintr 1 Leave I Arrive Tons .MelboViiel London. (Jsterlcy Oraina Orsova Orotones Orvitto Omrah Oi«ay r .. I <-.I2 ...| [3,000 ' 12,036 0,028 12,130 3,13° '2,077 larch* IS Apr 25 April April April •May .May June iU ay 9 r5j May 24 29 June 7 13 June 22 27 July An-J f orttii^'liUy Tliereafier. 7b# lieamors of tho Orient Line aro !tt*d wit-h nil modorn and up to date tppIiancN for tho iafefcy and oonifort tf pMtongcrs. PmenRem carried in all Clashes. Third 01 ui accommodation, Sloepi Itoomi, DiniriR Rooms, Deck accommo dation *nd Onisino a spooialty. Itaand tbo World Kates via Canada, Unitod lUbes, Japan, or South Afrioa jtoted on application. Plewmr# or Busineaa Trips 011 the Oowi to frem&ntle, Adelaide, Sydney tr Briibuno quoted 011 application. fbt Ioc»l Agenta will eupply Oircu fcn or fnrtbar information on applioa fieit....

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CORPORATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

CORPORATIONS. A (By CHARLES FERGUSON".) The modern corporation, or limited liability joint stock com pany, is an invention for trying out enterprises without unbearable risk to anybody's private fortune. It is a device for de-personalising business—for making business public and impersonal. Under the corporate system it be comes possible to rest the weight of a vast productive undertaking, not on any private credit, but upon the intrinsic do-ableness of the tiling. In its origin every individual cor poration is, of course, more or less speculative. Hut ill its maturity and success the risk tends towards com plete elimination. ■ A perfectly suc cessful corporation conies to rest at last, like a University, on sheer grounds of art and science. It is not altogether an accident that the original word for University meant simply corporation. For the University, in its original idea, as the social centre of art and science, was simply the corporation—par ex cellence. j Considering the pub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

MAMM1T1S. SORE TEMTS. One of Australia's Leading>rsey Breeders writes— "Sir,—I hav© mucli pleasuro.511 stating that I liavo used your MAMMITEIN and MAMMITEIN OINTMENT, and liavo found both preparations VERY EFFECTIVE IN THE TREATMENT OF MAMMITIS AND SOJRE TEATS, oto. respectively, and I MAKE A POINT OF ALWAYS KEEPING SOME OF EACH ON HAND.—Yours Faithfully. G. T. CHIRNSIDE." (E. LATTA Manager Werribee Park.) PRICES. MAMMITEIN, 4/G; Injectors, 3/6; Combined Injectors and Milk Fever Outfits, 10/6; Ointment, 1/, 1/6 and 2/ per tin; Drench, 1/6 for two, or 16/ per dozen of 24. Sold by S. DUNLOP, Terang; BALTIC Go. Ltd.,antl KENNEDY & CO.,' Warritamboo!. Black, Gamperdown: Damyon, Mortlake. . Always Sellable Boot Making- and Repairing. S. BLIGHT DESIRES to Inform tho Public that ho lias COMMENCED BUSI NESS in TE.MPEKANC'E BUILDINGS, 111GIL STREET (opposite Police Court) and is proparod to Execute Orders for REPAIRS of every dcscript ion, at Reasonable Charges. Pumps and Welt-ud...

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LIBERAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

liberal picnic. ADDRESS BY MI?. JOHN MURRAY. ryliUVAOANT LABOR ADMIXIS U TliATlOiN". V Libera! Picnic, organised by tuo * Women's National League, •Auslf"! i'artv, and Liberal Club, ivas ^( W-in n'ainbool on Saturday, when adJrc.^ delivered by -Mr. John \lliinO- who was well received, theolnsct that he had been f;'!1 i l,v Mi«s McCullough to read a ^kcd I received from -\lr. Taylor, the telegia'1' f oMt, 0f the great Liberal tfcrctaO Jt w;IS tm, offcct that rtvi„e ";"lkl sl,e:,,lc at t:olaC,T+hc •}'r- ' , Lenlown on tiie st<>, and Warr '' 'i I In tlio fth. Senator Milieu im'! »i'r lvellv had In cn prevented fro.il a"! ^,Mii >'o one regretted that h''"^(I!'in lie 'lid* I"1' ''otli these gentlo """ ,'nM have been Iresh to them, f" ! en however, to have Mr. Irvine ■ , 'nil and he did not know -jI °" UU, who 'could put the case more r/k concis^lv ami than Mr ? • » He did "ot know" tl,at lle ll:u nvliiiu" much to say to tliein. ii did not know how soon the ca.n ,n would ...

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BON VOYAGE. MR. J. N. McARTHUR ENTER. TAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

BON VOYAGE. 1 Mil. J. N. McABTlIl'K ENTER.-* TAINED. 'i On Friday afternoon, before theccj: mitteo of the Caniperdown Turf CI:1;* ^ rose, members wished bun voya^r. Mr. J. N. McArtiiur, tho Presifei,I who will leave Australia 011 Aprils: a tour of the old world. All thecs'. tlenien present heartily wished bonrcj-: ago to Mi-. McArthur, wnose ei health was cordially toasted. Mr. P. T. Neylon said that tliePiK sident was 0110 of the straightest ia on the turf. Ho (Mr. Neylon) 'J; found that a man who was straightu; I tlio turf was straight in evcry way. Ho knew people who would id up their hands in horror at tho meals; of a race meeting, -but were not jkr>;. selling a "crook" horse, or a buM with a "lumpy jaw." Mr. J*. Bnxlie Mackie said that tec lv all institutions were known bjti; ca.-.racrer of the men who control them, The Camperdown Eace CB>. was 0110 of tho strai['1,A"~," .fc*V v'Uj,C:: -mora, no ~hau heard trtut sail a . 7 tuny placcs throughout the State. "RC; j -,'nera ...

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KEEPING IT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

KEEPING IT lil\ He had promi-'cd hi;; wifj tlint. he Would reform. The rr>n<i al condi tion laid down had been that lie keep better hours. For several days his conduct was beyond reproa'h, but then there came a day--or, rather, a night—when ho found himself in his front hall at an hour late last all ordinary excuse. Following an old custom, he too'c off his boots, over coat, and hat, and stole Eoflly into his wife's room. While he was in th3 act of hanging his vest on the gas jet his wife a.»o':e. '"What on earth are yoi dt in£ up at this hour ? It ian't daylight yet !" she shrilled. "My dear," explained her hus1 and" with a readiness horn of necessity, "you know I've reformed,, and I want to make an tady kih.c. iliure are ti lot of men 1 want to see he fore business hours." And he de liberately put cn ths reft of his clothes and walked out. With a fiendish civic!: b. h'.s wifo turned over and wr.nt to sl;ep.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxsxxxxxxj xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxrxxxxxx vx xx X ROMNEY S i STUDIO. ' Si XX XX XX XX | XX XX XX TEIIANG & CAMPJSRDOWN. xx | XX ' XX XX XX XX XX xx TEIIANG DAYS: Monday. Wed- xx xx ncsday, Thursday and Friday, xx xx CAMPERDOWN DAYS: Tues- *x*x xx day and Saturday. xx XX XX xx xx xx .... xx xx AJI Classes of High-class Photo- x"x xx grapliy at Moderato Prices. xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx —'Phono 17. -7- xx XX • XX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXTtXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX TERANG PRIVATE HOSPITAL. (Late MISS McNULTY) (Under Now Management" from 21st November, 11)13.) MEDICAL. SURGKML, AND MIDWIFERY PATIENTS RECEIVED. Miss R. M. INGRAM, It. V.T.N. A. Termg from £3 3/- per week. . DESPERATE SHOOTING Pains in tho Chest require prompt treatment. Uso Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It gives immediate) relief, i'rico, 1/G and 3/. Obtainable at II. P. Bennett, Chemist, Terang. Mr. W. Dunbar Show G.M.V.C. VETERINARY SURGEON & ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

[ADVERTISEMEN T. ] £1,000 PRIZES £1,000 -—MELBOURNE —-EIGHT HOUHS ART UNION. Acknowledged to bo 0110 of^ tho Most Genuine of all tho Art Unions 58th Year. over. hold. . 58th Y"<-W AS POrULAR AS EVER. THE GREAT EVENT OF THE YEAR, nytli ANNIVERSARY EIGHT 08th 08th HOURS' DAY. 58th —GRAND FETE, BAZAAR, AND— —ART UNION.— In Aid of the Charities (Town and Country). EXHUUTION BUILDINGS, MEWJOURNE, MONDAY, 27 th APRIL, 1914. Eight Hours Day. Rank and Public Holiday. —EIGHT HOURS' ART UNION.— —100 PRIZES. VALUE £1000. Works of Art by Australian Artists. First Prize: OIL PAINTING .. ..... Valuo £500. Second Prizo: OIL PAINTING .. .. .. Valuo £100. Third Prize: OIL PAINTING Valuo £50. —And— Nmety-sevon Other Prizes Ranging in Valuo From £20. NOTE.—The Committee aro pur chasing and paying for tho Pictures tho amounts at which they are valued as above stated. In order, however, to fully satisfy the Public and Subscribers of tlie bona iides of tho Art Union, and that, in their opinion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

CAMPERDOWN SALE YARDS, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911. —CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, Etc.— —Third Sale.— DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED (Successors to Howe, Thornton and Palmer) will Offer, on tlio abovG date, the following Lines of Stock:— FAT CATTLE. o Prime Cows fvom Bostock's Creek 8 Prime Cows from The Lenra. .J Prime Cows from Newminster. DAIRY CATTLE. ]0 Forward Springing Heifers, (i Forward Gnaianteed Cows. 12 Backward Heifers. STORE CATTLE. I."5 Young Store Cows, in good con dition. 8 Store Cows, in gotxl condition, y Store Cows. YOUNG CATTLE. 20 Yearlings. 10 Calves. SllEEP. ."">0 Fat Crossbred Ewes. 70 Fat Crossbred Labs. HORSES. SUNDRIES. MORTLAKE. WEDNESDAY, 1st APRIL, 1914. —CATTLE, SHEEP, HORSES, J.— M5T"\ONALD and BRUMLEY ±J will hold thoir usual FORT NIGHTLY SALE OF STOCK at their Sheep and Cattle Yards. Mortlake, on the above date, when will bo offered:— CATTLE. ! SHEEP. 2o Comeback lOwc.s, fat. 100 Cro-hbiL-d alters, good lot. Entries now being received by the Auctioneers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

TERANG RftiiiNG 0LU6. -WINTER MEETIN G.~ -AV I N T E 11 M E E T I N C.— S A T U R D A Y, 18th APRIL, 191-1. 18th OFFICERS.— President: Mr. C. 13. Palmer. Vice-President: Mr. AV. Iv. MacKinnon. S towards: Messrs. C. B. Palinor. AV. K. Mac Kinnon, M. J. O'Connor, J. Tehan, AV. • E. Napthine, A. J. Staughtou, J. Scally and A. S. Fitchett. Judge: Mr. W. K. MacKinnon. Starter: Mr. R. E. McArthur. Handicapper: Mr. A. G. Beiulall. Clerk of Course: Mr. Mat.Baxter. Clerk of Scales: Mr. E. Northeast. Timekeeper: Mr. AV. W. NichoIIs. Hon. Medical Officers: Dr. H. Breton and Dr. J. P. Montgomery. Hon. Veterinary Surgeon: Mr. AV. Dunbar Sliew. Hon. Treasurer: Mr. F. Burnet. Secretary: T. R. McMillan -P R 0 G R A M M E. To Start at 1.15 p.m.— NOORAT TRIAL STAKES. A Handicap of 10 sovs. For all horses that liavo never received moro than 10 sovs. in one race on the flat. Fivo furlongs. Nomination, 5/; acceptance 5/ at scale. To Start, at 2.10 p.m.— BOORCAN HURDLE RACE. A Handicap of 45 sovs.; secon...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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The Terang Express AND HAM[?]DEN AND MORTLAKE ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914. LIBERAL ORGANISATION AND THE FIGHTING FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 24 March 1914

Che CeratiQ express AND BAMS BEN AND MOBTLAKE ADVERTISES. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1914. LIBERAL ORGANISATION AND THE FIGHTING FUND. Tiie scattered forces of Liberalism, torn by dissension and ruled by antag onistic interests, can never hope to suc cessfully vindicate a great uau.se iti l'aeo of a solid and united and .splendidly organised Labor JL'arty. Differences must bo adjusted, sectional interests must remain in abeyance, aud the nati onal well-being must bo made para mount before ever Liberalism ean Liopo to convince tlio Australian people and secure an effective administrative au- : tbority at the Double Dissolution of . the Federal Parliament which may be precipitated within the next few j months. Those who speak with iusido i knowledge warn us that such an appeal is now inevitable; and, to their admoni tion, t'hey add: "Organise, Organise, "Organise!" The Federal Labor leader has beg...

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