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ABOUT THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

ABOUT THE HORSE. The Arabian National Stud Book, Vol. 1, lias been published in Amer ica, and Sir Walter Gilfoey has writ ten the preface, in which he states that up to the present time more than 4000 distinct works, in various lan guages, have been devoted to the horse, and among these are nearly ninety in Araibic and Persian, which are specially devoted to the Arab breed. The history of the horse shows that there have been two distinct types in Britain since the time of Julius Caesar. This breed of horse was the anxious care of Parliament from a date prior to the time of King John; and it is noted that the weight a riding horse of this type had to bear, with its mail-clad rider and the plate armor .with which it was protected, might be upwards of 4cwt., or 32 stone.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAKING IT EASY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

MAKING IT EASY. It-ij hard - to spca'i a disVarun word to the smiling lii h rraUl who seamed so eager to secure th2 situation-,--but' even at the - < n l o' three days spent in the emiio/mcnt officcs, Mrs. Gregg's sense cf jus'.ke was keen. •"I cannot let you tome thai in; you are to have an "easy i)la?c," s'p.3 said, with wistful earnestness. ' for it iai't. There are five of us, and there's a great" deal to do."' '"Oh, but vo'.i don't 1 now ir.e, ma'am," said the dauntless maid. "I can make any place I take a:sy hy jist lavin1 out a little wurrk here an' a little wurrk there, ma' am. If that's all that's troublin' you, you've no need to consider it at all !"

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Interrogation Point. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

An Interrogation Point. A new flagman, the first week of his job, was much exercised on account of the delay of the "Green Bullet" (the -mile-a-minute flyer). Finally, forty minutes late, the "Green Bullet" came tearing along at eighty miles an hour. The flagman rushed out with a red flag. The "Green Bullet" stopped with a grinding of 'brakes and a tearing up of tics and road toed. The engine driver leapt down excitedly, and the new flagman said: "Yer late. What kept ye?"

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW SCIENCE. CEREBRAL; MUSCULAR, RESPIRATORY; DIGESTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

THE NEW SCIENCE., ? CEREBRAL ; MUSCULAR, RESPI RATORY DIGESTIVE" Are you cerebral or muscular, re spiratory or digestive ? You jnight humbly reply to the best of your abilities you arc all these things. But, according to a new science from Paris, you err. Mankind and womankind are to be divided into types. Richelieu, for example, was cerebral, Napoleon an:l Caesar muscu lar. Con le and Lafayette respira tory. Gautior and Kossini digestive. What precisely does this mean ? You would have thought that if ever any crcature was cerebral it was Napo Iccn. IJut the-new science, as is the habit of sciences, gives words peculiar meanings. Cerebral does not mean a man v.ho is ehielly | Ira n. It means cue who "linds cn.rgy in visual and srnoro's ex- I citemi nt," who "likes neither move- ! ran': v.ar the tab!; nor a-U'cnture." In the same fathii-n, the muscular is not anoilv.r name for the fr'amsons of the world. Blss the little Cor:;i r;-.n could hardly h.e :o callcd. It mean.; men ' iiiul h...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

Good Advice. There are thousands of people who suffer from common ailments, such as who have no idea that their suffering is due to a diseased or inactive con dition of the kidneys and liver. The reason that treatment by Warner's Safe Cure has been so successful in cases of the disorders named is that Warner's Safe Cure exercises a spe cific healing and stimulating influ ence upon the kidneys and liver. Once the kidneys and liver are re stored to health and activity, the uric and 'biliary poisons, which cause the disorder, are removed from the system by the natural channels, and pain, due to the retention of the poi sons, ceases. A descriptive pamphlet will be sent post free by H. H. Warner and Co. Ltd., Melbourne, Vic. Warner's Safe .Cure is sold by chem" ists and storekeepers everywhere, both in the original (5/-) bottles and' in the cheaper (2/6) "Concentrated" non alcoholic form. For Constipation, take .Warner's Safe Pills. For Diabetes, take Warner's Safe Dia/betes Cure. ' For ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

always takes it. "I abrays take Chamberlain's Cough ! Remedy whenever I liavo a cold," , wiitos 'Mrs. A. Preston, o'L King-AVil liani Street. FiUroy. Vic. "I first- took it when- I had an* attack of inBucrxti, and I got relief at onci'. Now I always keep a bottle in the house, and never lo;o an opportunity to recommend it- to others. I knmv dozens of . people- who look on ChainlxM-lain's C'ounh Remedy as a part of their household effects." Sold by H. P. Bennett, Chemist, Ter ang. 31 r. Justice Ili^^ins has been granted twelve months' leave oi' absence. DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TAHULES Pavo the way to Success Dy fiivinij you A Good Stomach And a Cheerful Disposition. They dijje.st what you eat. Obtainable at 11. P. Dennett, Chem ist, Terang. There are three e.iscs of typhoid ill | tiic Camperdown ]|:;>pital. TAKE NO OTHER. "For 11:no years I suffered with a liver disorder and tried numerous medi cines, obtain.ng very little relict')" writes JIiss Esther J. Coles. Major's Creek. X.S...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CIRCULAR SAWS OF PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

CIRCULAR SAWS OF PAPER. Paper is at present used for all pos sible purposes in the industries and in all possible forms. It has even been possible by means of compression to give it a degree of hardness compar able with stone, so that it can be used as building material, The latest use for paper, however, is perhaps the most peculiar. A factory is said to exist in England which is manufactur ing circular saws from paper. These paper saws are used for the manufac turing of. fine furniture, veneer and other thin plates of wood, which must be treated especially carefully. Some time ago circular saws made from drawing paper were shown in an English exposition. The saws were driven by an electric motor and 'produced fine boards, which could not have been made better even by the finest steel saw. The veneers made in this way are so smooth that the cabinet makers can use them .without further planing.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

REIVIEBVIBER WHEELS YOU GET YOU GHT HEALTH TOO! A PROFESSIONAL NURSE well known throughout Western Australia, writes her opinion. NURSE ALICE WILKINSON, 21 Hyde ; Street, Nib. Perth, sends this letter : j " I have spent many years in my profession as a nurse, ; both here and in Victoria. I have nursed the sick of all descriptions, and some have j been very low and weak. , The question always arises \ in the mind of the nurse what jj is the best medicine for a ] patient when thoroughly run j down or to keep them from getting low and prostrated. Fromyearsof experience and close observation I can say I know of no medicine as good i as CLEMENTS TONIC as a j nerve food and appetising medicine, creating a desire for nourishment. It quickly gives health and strength. (Signed) NURSE WILKINSON." No truer letter was e\ r'T writtci to worn ,*n thon ihi> one, proving the he;\hl>r i pr.,s , r»ios of thi> remaikahte mr.iu in-: Wh icrvous system is shattered th imi. h \!i itistivc studies...

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WHERE SOUND CANNOT BE HEARD. A Mystery of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

WHERE SOUND CANNOT BE f HEARD. - , A Mystery of the Sea. It is a singular and somewhat dis turbing fact that there frequently ex ists at sea, in the area covered by a fog, what might be described as a zone of silence; that is, a belt of space in which sound cannot be heard. It is the only thing of all others most dreaded by mariners. Thsre may be danger ahead—say, a deadly rock lying right in the vessel's course. The light that marks it, whether from lighthouse or lightship, is blanketed by the fog, but the crew a,t least expect to hear the warning blast of the fog horn. No such blast reaches them. The sound is com pleteiy lost in the silence zone, and the first intimation tl:e.y have of the danger is when tho \ tssel crashes on the rock. To this cause undoubtedly nuu be attributed some of the great disas ters at sea which liavo puzzled many shore people. There was trie ease of the Stella, for instance, which ran full tilt on the Casquet Rocks, off Mderney. The Stella was a ra-lway ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MORTLAKE AND CAMPERDOWN COURSING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

MORTLAKE AND CAMPERD9WN _ COURSING CLUB. i * - ANNUAL MEETING. Mr. M. Doherty presided at the nii nual meeting of members of t/hc Mort iake and Cainperdown Coursing Club, held on .Monday night. Other members present were Messrs. E. E. Hinps, -las. -McMabon, !).'McDonald, Jas. Gellie, E. Stevens, \V. 11. Memmott, H. llod )a, 11. Niinnib, C. llaugh, M. McCabe, J. Wright, and the secretary, A. lluds.ui. T.:e balance sheet was read, showi ig a total expenditure oJ! £950 5/4, of whba £783 was absorbed by stakes, and £10 10/ J'or bracelet.. Iteceipts totalled £991 1/10, leaving a credit balance of £.3-1 1C/G. Mr. Stevens moved the reception of the balance sheet. Mr. McMaiion sec onded the motion, which was carried. 'Hie Secretary said that the advanca was mostly in bookmakers' fees. This y^ar donations to the Commonwealth Stake' were' over £10 less than last year. The item, £5 S/G, Mr. Cable's expenses from Hamilton, was not a recurring one. The year was started with a credit balance of £...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS. MUMME CUP COMPETITION.WON BY CAMPERDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

TENNIS. molme cup competition. WON BY CAMPEltDOWN. .According to the ilew system adopted amongst the clubs forming tho Otway Lawn Tennis Association, teams repre senting ti.'e four cluhs' which had qliali J in the preliminary rounds, met at Camperdown on Saturday last, and played off the semi-finals and iinal for tli > possession of the Muinnie Cup. Cob den, Colac, Camperdown and Beeae 15 luiniihed the contestants, and all wciv strongly represented. Cola:-, with b»v*j seasons' successes to their credit, were penalised wit-; a handicap of owe 15.3. while Camperdown owe .1, Cobden scr.. and Beeae 13 receive M were the other handicaps. Beeae B and Camperdown commenced play about !) o'clock, and a wcil-fought mateh rc-ulted in Camper clown's favor by •"> sets to 3. This was followed bv Cobden v. Colac, and the l.amiic.ip told against the latter team, who were also beaten by 5 sets to 'i'ii,' final between Camperdown and Ciibdeu provided a very close contest, Campcrdown's hrst pair...

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POULTRY NOTES. REMINDERS FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

POULTRY NOTES. UEM1NDEHS FOE APlilL. Do not feed much grain this month solt lood aitls moult. Add a teaspoon Jul ol linseed to each bird s ration one-' daily. I nt. more exercise the hens get t'.io belter Kiev moult. jte-iioVf all male birds from pens. jveep a snarp lookout for cnL-kenkox. 1* or war J puiIets .slioulil now bu m bin-11- winter <iuarters, wil'li plenty ot i .,ciatciiing litter, and i'ud liberally—iu ' cluuii.g ration oi animal l'ood. Cirit shell and charcoal sliould alwavs -NOTES. Anyone taking a aiinvy of preseilt j.ulllti \ -r.ei f'lllg llK'tlio;!s Will o. 1.1-eiy 10 • come 10 i.io conclusion iluu 'c.t.vonj ...is a way, anil c^ery way u^es. ia mi,st Oi-iier iiiiuori.iriui">, >. i...-i.aer 1.i.n.iug i,r maiuuaeiuru.g, t.»cic are c.itain welKu-iineti practice > ana ineiiK/.is tiijli arv t'ecogiiiseci ;io J -,n.<u u success, ana .u-ceptwtl ..s '• "sLaniiurd. ' Lint tile uppusiic ol i.iis s^e.i.s iu p.evaii among poultry people. u.ulv jiK....

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ENSHURST EASTER MONDAY RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

EN8HURST EASTER MONDAY RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. The following nominations have boon received for the Easter Monday meeting ot the Pen<hurst Racing Club:— Trial llandi.ap: Pirateer, Newfly, El Bio, Ciul^io, Ornate, Parolles, Nat Kirk, Me Smith. Hurdle Race: The Prune, Ricochet, Bute, Kaze, Emerald Dale, Bill Smith, Scotch Mixture, Fulcrum, Battleship, Black Flaji, Haymow, Zilka. Peiishur.-t (.'up: The Prune, Mountain Oak, Last Sheaf, Prince 'Kirk, Darling ton, .MeC'ullocli, Massey, Mireue, CJou par, Golden Princess, Asterbert, Glen kirk, Vodski, Wiridgil, Bevcnski. .Steepleeli-a.se: Kirkstall, .Moyne, Ex piation, A\as-eea, Cua/n, Storm, .Talk Ashore, Encliantod States. Southerly. Ponv Race: Sylvia, Roluma. ' Beryl, Assembler, Lnscelles. Sweet Alice, Miss Velocipede. _ Flyiti'j; Stakes: Pirated', Newfly, Nat Kirk, Motoa, llaut Bas, Rou^e Ak^-s, Ochre, Skybolt, Wirid^il, Loch Free;, Paliata, Vo<3skig El Bro,

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

. DONE SO QUIE1LY. It comes like a ray of sunshine. • Makes tho old folks happy. AUakes tlie young folks joyful. 'lakes thu load olt tlie back. It's all done so quietly. No fuss about it. What is it* Avny, 1>o;mi',s Bajkache Kidney Pill*. The little kidney vender-workers. "What will they do? Bead what this woman sajs:— Mrs. M. Londrigau, Fsteourt Street. Tetany, says:—"For some tune my hus band nad marked .symptoms of kidney trouble. The secretions were disorder ed, and ho stid'tred with backache. the pains in his bad: weiv terrible, ami he could not stoop over or move about ireeiy. A l'm-nd urged him to try Doan's Backache J\ianey pills, and lie got a bottle at Bennett's Pharmacy, in no time he was cured. He is now (puto free of backache, and his secre tions are clear and regular. We strong ly recommend Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for kidney trouble." Three years later -Mr. Londrigan says:—"1 am pleased to say my cure has proved permanent. 1 have not been troubled with my kidne...

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FEDERAL FINANCE. NINE MONTHS' FIGURES. REVENUE PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

FEDERAL FINANCE. NINE MONTHS' FIGURES. REVENUE PitOSPECTS. Particulars of the Federal revenue for March and for the first three-quartets cf tJie ihuuu'ial year were made available <m Wednesday by the secretary to the Treasury, Mr. _G. T. Allen, and an in tcresting position is disclosed. In his Budget- Speech the Federal Treasurer, .Sir John Forrest, estimated the Cus toms revenue for the year at £G53,00() less than the actual receipts for 1912-13. For the iirst six mouths there was a decrease of £466,493, as compared with the corresponding period of the year be fore, and now the figures for another quarter show that this comparative defi ciency has only increased by At the end of March the decrease iv-.s £497,190, as against the same :ii;ie months of the year before, and it would seem now that the falling off may not be quite so pronounced as Sir John For rest foreshadowed. During March the revenue increased by £109,1)50*, as jam pared with the same month of 1913, t1:o re...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

fn IVsfmoriam. FREDERICK.—In loving memory of i our dear sister, Maggie, who iliod ao ' Terang on April 2nd, 1912. Rest ;'i ! Peace. , , Inserted by her loving brothers :rrl ■ s.sters, o :o FREDERICK.—In fond and loving memory of my dear wife, Margaret ' (Maggie),* who died at Tersuig on 2nd ' April," 1912. Inserted by Iier loving husband Robert.

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The Terang Express AND HAM[?]DEN AND MORTLAKE ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subseription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914. THE MISCHIEF OF SYNDICALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 3 April 1914

CDeCtraag €xprcss AND HA a:, D EN AND 1L0TITLAKF. ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." . N FRIDAY, Al'HIL 1914. 'I'llI1' MISCHIEF OF SYNDICALISM. .Syndicalism .-.till .--land.- amongst lis as I a 11111<11 of unrest. Its vi-iou.; prill-' ci;'lr yi 1111 praii ire, ni:inii'c- ted in t.!i<- • ' m ■ i ;i I siril;,' and ilk' ' 'sy mpat liotic ' ">triki•" <n' tlic "irritation utrik1'," ! though (!i-fl.ainii'd liy Use inoiv cued lenders of tlic Laltnr movement. in 1 Ah '.rnlia, 'in-. as .Mr. Irvine declares, | "eating into tlh' very vitals of the' "pari v." "The Labor party," lie add-' fd, ' -.uliatod its n<:ly brother. I>nt ■'did 1.1.. .scruplc to take his pennies and "heir for his vote. It usually yofc Ins '•vote.11 Put i i a sentence, the doctrine lit Syndicalism posits the entire dostruc- ] lion* of the present economij and social > and industrial edifice. The syn...

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PENSHURST RACES. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 7 April 1914

PENSHURST RAGES.. THE WEIGHTS. Appended are the weights for the Penslnirst races, to he held oil Easter Cloudily:— Trial Handicap: El Bio, 9.7; Parolles, ' 8.12; Nat Kirk, 8.!); Pirateer, 8.7; Or nate, 7.11; Mo.Smith, 7.0; Cudgee, 6.9; New Fly, 6.7. - i Hurdle llace: Fulcrum, 11.9; Battle I ship, 11.5; Emerald Dale, 11.5; llieo I chet, 10.10; Kaze, 10.3; Black Flag, 9.10; Bute, 9.9; The Prune, 9.5; Nillca, 9.5; Scotch Mixture, 9.0; Haymow, 9.0. Penshurst Cup: Prince lvirk, 9.0; McC'ullojh, 8.9; JVlirene, 8.7; Vodski, 8.7; Mountain Oak, 8.5; "NVirid^ilj 8.5; Golden Princess, 8.0; Last Sheaf, 7'. 10; TJio Prune, 7.7; Massey, 7.7; Asterbert, 7.7; Glenkirk, 7.0; Coupar, 7.0; Bo venski, 7.0; Darlington, (3.7. Pony Pace: Miss Velocipede, 9.0; Boluma, 8.10; Sweet Alice, 8.2; BeryJ, 8.0; Assembler, 7.9; Sylvia, 7.5; Las cellcs, 6.9. Steeplechase: Jack Ashore, 12.7;' Moyne, 12.5; Expiation, 11.0; Wasseca, 9.10; Southerly, 9.5; Cuach, 9.5; Kirk stall, 9.0; Storm, 9.0. " Flying Handicap: Haut ...

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CR. G. W. CLIFFORD RESIGNS FROM MORTLAKE COUNCIL. COLLEAGUES EXPRESS REGRET. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 7 April 1914

CR. G. W. CLIFFORD RESIGNS FROM 3iORTLAJv£ CUUx\Clh. COLLEAGUES EXPRESS REGRET. For a long time past Cr. Charles \Y. Cnllord has felt tliat Jie snjiud resig \ his scat as a member of tile ALortlaive Hiding of the Shire of Mortlnke, owing to his inability to devote the time that is necessary to give the fullest attention to the duties which are associated with, tlie position. Cr. Clifford's friends were successful in persuading iiim. to defer j his intention of resigning about twelve months ago, but lately he decided to linally resign, notwithstanding the over. 1 tures that were made. At Friday's met tiny of the Council the resignation j of Cr. Clilt'ord was tendered. After tln» secretary, Mr. J. MeAleekin, had read | Cr. Clillord's letter, Cr. Montgomery .said from what I10 ! personally knew of tiro' resignation and I Cr. Clifford's intentions, it was nselrss 1 to refuse accepting it, as Cr. Clifford Had ! made up his mind to do so. As the | oldest colleague of Cr. Clifford, he re !...

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DEATH OF MR. JOHN HORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 7 April 1914

DEATH OF SR. JOHN HORNE. Tiie death occurred yesterday evening of .Mr. Joim ilorne, of Terang, at the advanced age of 89 years. Mr. Horno had been in his usual health until about a week ago, when ho became confincd to the house, and during tne last few days was .seen that recovery was hopeless. He was a native of Caithness, Scotland, and came to Victoria from Wick sixty-two years ago. Landing at Melbourne in 18o2, he went for a short period to Kilmore and other gokliields, and then for a time settled in the Warr nambool district and at Cudgee. Later he came to Terang and built a residence in High Street, where lie resided till the time of 'his death. 31 r. Home was t.ie verv oldest continuous resident of 1 cr ang, and, singular to relate, yesterday was the fifty-seventh anniversary of his arrivel in the town. When lie camc 6ere the township had only just been surveyed, and tiiere were only about four house.-* within the township boun dary. though there were also a few families livin...

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