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MARKETS. TERANG PIG MARKET. Wednesday, 8th April, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 April 1914
\ TKR.ANG PIG MARKET. "Wcdnci'tliiy, 8th April, 191*1. G30 pigs penned. Paeoners.—297 ior warfl. Values throughout decidedly lower. Prime bacnners, £3 to £3 7/0, with an extra pun to £3 14,0; jrooil liacoucrs, £2 15/' to £2 19,/; medium sorts from £2 10/. Store Pigs.—Com petition for store pi^s was Rood, and values showed no material alteratio i 'from late rates. Forward stores, £2 I to £2 10/; extra to £2 15/; small stores, £1 12/0 to £1 17/0; slips from CI 5/; .suckers from 17/0. Next fortnightly pig sale oil Wednesday, 22nd April. Dalgety and Co. Ltd. report having p^niiod 200 pigs, ol" which .9/ were bae oners. Tliey sold for the following ven dors: Messrs. Wm. Sergeant at £3 7/ and £'2 10/; E. Page at ©O/C; John Ho ran at £3 0'/G ami £2 3/0; D. Clarke at £3 0/, £3 1/ and £2 15/0; A. F. Attrili junr. at £3 a/; C'. P. Clarke and Co, at £3 3/ and £1 10/0; J. R. Stone house at £3 21; Jno. Clark at £3 1/; J. Carroll at £2 18/; 11. V. Axl'ord at £2 ib/0; John Curtain at £2 11/0; J. C...
GREEN MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 April 1914
• GREEN .MANURING. As ;i means of reluming that eondi j dun 01 Hie .soil wnio.i is called "good i.earl," Lucre la 110 butter plan than a J l ot anon .system wiueli tilings into us one or ob-.er 'of the green inaiiiirial crops. If a soil Jius its store ol liuinns (^.auially decayed organ.u matter) great ly reduced, as )s HKel.V under eitiier eoiitinuous cropping ol the bare jallo,. u lieai rotation, many ol ils b.st qua lities are de.?Lroyeo. l::e' soil, uiiihr these conditions, does not remain ope.i an,i porous, a.;d requires niuo.i inure vim k to ljri;:g it to lin; .--ami' Llltli as luriiuTlv. lis muijlure holding capacity i.-, I. ssei.t'd, ami us supply ul niLi'ogen i-, greatly lessened. The injurious ellee. i.l all tins uii i.e.- bacteria of tlie soil e.uiiiut lie loo strongly emphasised. Several crops can he u.-ed for grejn manuring with 1). nelieial results. .Mod i-ill practice is tending low arils mix. d crops of several species. It is important Li,at tlie crop should mature e...
WARRNAMBOOL PIG MARKET. Tuesday, 7th April, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 April 1914
? W A RUN A MBOOL PIG MARKET. Tuesday, 7th April, 1DM. Tjiero were 377 penned, of which- lot) were stores. 'J lie baeoners forward were hardly up to tJie standard required by the trade, and,' consequently prices were somewhat lower than of late. Best bae oners brought from £'i}-lU/ to ,(j;5 17/(j; medium baconej-s, X'3 to k'A J/lj; light? weiyat pigs, j~~ 10/ Lo £2 1U/; forward stores, "•il} to 37,/; slips, 27/ to 30/.
PRODUCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 April 1914
o :o * PJLtODUUU SALE. liuruc aiul Palmer report having hold their usual l'ortnigntiy product; sale on ti:o abuvo dale, wucu a lull supply came to liaud. The demand, was Keen, and tliere was good competition throughout uiio sale. We quote: Gobblers, 7/ to 10/; turkey hens, -J/ to o/O; geese, -1,0 to 7/ per pair; ducks, 3/0 to -1/ per pair; hens, l/G to 3/ per pair; roosters, Uj to -1/ per pair; apples, &lt;j, per case; potatoes, o/3 per bag; poas, 10/ to 13/0 per bag.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 April 1914
In faorian?. BAXTER.—Id I:ivin;i memory of my dear wife and «ntr loving mother, Annie Jane, who dep-ai led tlii.s life at "Kookvnie, ' Trtnn;;, on April IOLIi, 1010. Not "rone from memory, not jioiio Iroin love, . Hut jzolie to our l'"at licr'.s liollle ahove. Ktst'in i.;e Saviour, sweetly rest. We miss voti most who loved you I) s'. sons ami daughter*. •sons and dau^lilres.
When She Began To Think. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
When She Began To Think. "Biddy," said Pat timidly, "did ye i iver think o' marryin'?" "Shure now," said Biddy, looking de- J murely at her shoe—"shure now, the j subject has niver entered me mind i at all, at all." "It's sorry, Oi am," said Pat, and he turned away. "Wan minute, Pat," said Biddy soft .!y. "Ye've set me thinkin'." The ignorance of the masses on ar tistic matters is appalling (said Mr. Walter Emanuel, speaking at a dis- j cussion on "Execution in Literature , and Painting" at the Authors' Club recently) He was passing through one exhi bition recently when he saw a group • of persons. One of them said, "Is it a droring?" The reply was, "No, stupid, it's an itching." A third person interrupted and said, "No, you are both wrong; it's a pas tille."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
A GOOD BUSINESS SUIT AT A REASONABLE PRICE | MADE TO YOUR MEASURE. I . for 35/ Try on* of these Suits and you will be agreeably surprised at their marvellous value i —you have the pick of j the largest variety In Australia of Suitings | In the latest shades and designs to choose from. ALL ONE PRICE. Ordering elsewhere Is sheer waste of money, as the Suit 1 make for SB/- Is equal to anything else at 70/-. Patterns, 8.M. form and tape sent to any address. Fit and Style Guaranteed. w. h. Ibruce, THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR. | 159 BOURSE STREET. ; MELBOURNE. |
One Horse Power [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
One Horse Poweiv A man was .fixing his motor car. "Trouble?" asked a bystander. "Yes." was the laconic' answer. "What power car is it?" "Forty-horse," came the answer. "What seems to be the matter with it?" "Well, from the way she acts, I should say that thirty-nine of the horses were dead."
A.J.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
UC. RAGES. Tho A.J.C. Cup meeting opened at J Itandwiek on Saturday last, when the principal event, the l)oncaster Handi ' cap, resulted in a win for First Princi j pie, 8.1, the unlucky Gigandra, 9.8, be | ing second, .and Taunter, G.7, third. First Principle started at 25 to 1, and uon by )ia 11 a neck. J n the St. Leger Stakes, Radnor de feated Beragoon easily by two and a hall' lengths in record time, Simon Fris co being third. | The other events on Saturday result ed :—Autumn Stakes: Alured, 1; 15on Tun, 2; Aurofidina, 3. Sires' Produce Stakes: Mounlain Knight, J : iiugeny, '2. High weight Handicap: Silver Lad, 1; Hymcrhild, 2; Grain, 15. ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
S()KOSF,S Hair TOXIC. Hail-''s miMirpMssod ns a a'i&lt;l ri.,10)1 "/i'', ruIF Preventative, ft iniii-il|I IS intpsosihlo if lisod. t 'x'Ji'iltinl flossy slioon. unci 'lii) t7.,' ,, . 1'10 "i'Vur.nl liri^lilnosf, of :ihj0 V. ' V!iU °* I'oiili-. Olitnin Fanr-p r'" V s" ^'lir»n, Taltacroiiisl , »cv Goods, etc., Tcrang.*
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
BOWLING. . liiat the ^mio of bowls is increasing' 111 Popularity was evidenced by the largo ! uutiiber ot bowlers taking part in tlie Cotniiry Bowling Association's annual l^U'r Tournament, an tlie Alelbouriie \o lower than luo entered for l:C Singles Championship, which was 1V|,nuia|]y won. alter some close and vx iiiu^ games, by Air. J. G. Baker, of 1;» ('aiiipenlouii Club, who was in line '"lm and played some brilliant games 'H' liairiisdaU* representative was run ''"""l1, while Mr. Gardiner, of the South "I'luligo Club, gained third honors. l-iiirty clubs from the various country j |--*iiiUims who are aililiated with th° : ' oineved for the Rink Competi- j L «n. lmang and Port Fairy Clubs each ^■iidinjr ,mv. viuk and Canvperdowi: two. •Vain and ;1cr;1i,v onlookers, ol «'lioin ihero was a goodly number, loud iu their applause ot '"'illiaiit play, lirst on one side ■niil then on the other. The Corio 'ii'' eventually won the coveted place ' "OIHH-. ami ;ls they walked oil' the fc,,...
HAMILTON RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
MILTON RACES. THE NOMINATIONS. v splendid nominations have been re Yhv.1 for ibe Cup mooting of the Ham ilton Hncin^ Club, to lie held .on "Wcd !, ..iav and Thursday.^ April 22 and 23. T::e iollotviiig is the list: I'll)ST DAY. Mai'ii-ii Plate: Big Gun, Trcdonna, (!-si. Curiam), Impediment, Cammais,. L;niy Ar-tetia, Jtiiina, Freeborn. 1'iiiiy Race: Queen Despised, Bonnie , Maw.' Miss Velocipede, Una Grey, ltin- j •^uiiy. Liucelles, Jiinar, Koluma, Coro nation Day, Clover, Lady Lonsdale, Jcn mV liionii, Lady Cyinro, Lady Arden. Jiracrlot Stakes: ALissev, Sickle, No Ti!i[tips Isabel J., Dalesman, Ornate, Fir-t .Scot, El Bro, Not Available, Cou |i;ir. Vudski, (,'uacli. Hamilton Cup: Curimation Day, The I'nini'. Sheriff Aluir, Astcrbcrt, Brazil, ' Yo&lt;l>ki, Last Sheaf, .Mountain Oak, Sea IVincc. Yanerror, AYhare, IIant Bas, ' Mit'iilloch, Parolles, Miss Merriang, Oolih'ii Princess, Skybolt. Grangehiirn Hurdle ltace: Fulcrum, Ka/.o. Jack A.shore, Kilora, J.D.G-, Cr.tier Boy....
WEDDING. ADAMS-MANIFOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
WEDDING. ADAMS -MANIFOLD. j.n-ri-i-0 &lt;>t' Mr. H. Gooffrey ' i i.,ms to Miss Mariaii MtmiMcl, I'K* of :Mr. J- V- -Manifold, '•'"j-1!;1" wa_ solemnised in St. Peter's ; • Oniijii'iciiiivii, &lt;1:1 Tuesday after- , 1 \ 'hw cotiizrijialion tiU'oiifred J Iii'iildin.-- which was appro nilL(1 with flowers and 1'oli irl U-;,. ,ju. „-c;i.-i&lt;in. Snow-white and i ,'|,[(Lu;i!~ »cn- ;i i'list iwillv aiT.in^-! -t. u:- mtptial touch to/ W ''(j,.r;illy oi-foiiH-'Mtal work, which was ! ,'niird fi.v ;in arch of blooms «»l»porti.Ifr a wtHTi'd the church ivitJi . '.v'vi' ;i'hI followed hy her traiu j ' Mi>* i.fiwilK'th )>ell and Master and bridesmaids, Misses A!;inil'n!d. Is!a McArtlmr, and ;'v: Willis" i luidc's dr. ss was a »own of white . -i;i'l &lt;>«''' v,'r.v 1 >li?f, latin c-rdtct train lined with piak, *lH'Hiilil'iii work completing ;lM 1 Iriil clfi'cl. 51 aster Rob. Manifold • 31''. M.'.'iifohl) was attired in ccstinMe. and his companion, &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
-v-y2« gg-i -TAKE CARE OF YOUR PROPERTY, AND IT WILL TAKE -CARE OF YOU. Use a " Worth-While " Paint. In a Painting Job, .\abor costs moroUian tho Paint; thereforo Ufl® 9 Goiiuino and Durable Paint, and yotnvill Save Labor. AEON BRAND IS THE BEST ON THE MARKET. It is Sold in a Great Varioty of Suitable Shades for Houses nnd Implements by Terang & District Co-operative Society, Limited—
THE CADET SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
THE OABET SPORTS, "With the laudable idea of .-ivi-tin.. -t Club-room tor their Company. thv n|i| eel's and cadets of Terairj; arrau^.,) t .•ports meeting lor --tt• r Monday, p: ojiranune wa&lt; a 1110^1 mod..-: p.,,. | i.:e at'toriiooii's ex. rtion »a, v.v|| r," j-iiltl. The takings a'. the loU, ami hi lac ev, ni 11a -pi,>:id,,\ Uw.^ ini; picture s';o\v was ycivvii in Ui • |[,,u to a crowded house, ii'MihiiiLf l„ ,,jj ^ a prclit of about Co!) i'or the day. u.ls was lucsl sat i^iavte.ry with,,,,' and it >s a fin.- .-.tan tl,,. (l Ci'ub-roaiit. 'I ae sp,.ris nuvlm weil managed, aithou^;: al liiitr.> it Vi,. inclined tj drafi. 1 ills, however, UiS more ll'.-' la'.ilt ol the contp.-tuoi:- t; [. . f conducting t.e mottitiu;. ij;.. Sireel '.'.as lti|. (1 with s;: ;-t;it.it> f.,,- (;t. p: .■eo-.ioii ill the torcncmii, a:nl t „ c a:a.-te:s poiLrayod were piod. (.1 ill.1 participants havitm 'ionr . ! of trouble to prepare. "I :U. , oi iiie procession was: Detachment w 1,...
A CANADIAN ICE-JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
A CANADIAN 1CE-JAEV3. Hi: foHo.ving description is r- nt '.iv a. reader at. Atlir,a ;.n:;.!in_: : ';ln that Hie ice started to "o e there was a jam just nbo.'c h: I ami n ■, ; nd as the trail for li.er starts from the opposite li. n , Ih: postmaster dug around :vti i uv nd a f"!lo v willing to take it acio-.s ;'n a boa!. throigh the dear uattr i.ii'o.-.- 'he jam. Kverybody in town t:unj(i out. to see him venture across, though nom ofitircd to go with him. We were at work cn l.oat No. 1 at the time, and I watched him from the royal to;>-^al!ant stunsail boom, where I was ' enur ing" at the lime. First ha had to cross about 200 fc:t of rottm ice. drag his punt along •.villi him, and then lauwh into the clear water, row across, rivl i-o over a: much ice on the other side. He v.a■; h.aif-wa,' across the clear part v,!un the v.hole ii/cr seenvd to stand on cnd--i e, l.oat an.I everything ; in plain words the jam broke. Strange to sav, the l;oatm;ui did not noti;?. it o" h ar if, as th...
CURE FOR CANCER. DOCTOR MAKES CLAIM. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
DOCTOll MAKF.S I'LAlM I.O.XDON. Timr.-'W -I. iicanl. dl' Kili:iiuir.:li. ain'1 "j [ yi'iir.s' reM-;neIi, claiins to haw l'"'™1 t.:e ceruiinly &lt;ii" cancer yielding t" cirutly powerful injections ut• trvpJ and amylopsin. I r.v[i>in ami amylopsin have l>oo" subjects of experiments lor *•'"% l:"r'« cancer ior smm. time. The 't-nlll>'1L prepared from certain cells "t • pancreas. aiv injected i"10, , ,~''iavtii. In 111c past thi' results J'-1 not lieen a (touchier .vili-lactory, 1 jJj a ccrt a iii amount of success ;ittt'U &lt; xperimouts made with mice.
A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
A REGULAR SUBSCRIBER. At a north-country police court a man was chargtd- with a ccrtain of fcnce. This was not h's first ai> pearan;o, as lie had several times been summon.!!, aaa U13 magistrate said to him ' "i seem to rsinembcr yo :r nam.?,, my ir.;:n," "Yes, sir, I'm a regular sub scriber," rcpii'.d tha defendant.