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GUILTY OF SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

GUT1.TY OF SOMETHING. 1- no'her lawyer s'o:y arrives. V.'c are told (but :i man was charged with picking a pocket the other day, and that when in the dock lie pica l cd "guilty." The case went to tl;c jury, however, and (lie vcnlict was " not guilty.y.nd the ir.a'U^trate si.'oke a:; I'ollotk 1 "Vo.i don't lcavo this co.nt v.iLho.it n slain on yo.ir character. Ty yo'ir o" n concession you arc a thief. IIy the verdict of the jury you are a liar !"

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

HKST KOI! KCZKM-*- ^ lu'xoiin. ill'' 1 ia|>i■ I ' (Iniililoillv 1 in1 l>o~t i-.'tni';!* . i •• tro'1* It is an iip to ^^'''Vihriinable hlf. Price. 1 H Mild ■! • <)hU'1! H. P. Bennett, C>hounst, ren"'*

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORLD-WIDE NOTES. REARING PEACOCKS FOR PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. rf REARING PIOACOCKS KOI: PROFIT Tfcailintc peacocks is at ou.t a'i easy iH'l pioiitable means oi livelihood, i n 1 its adoption in Amcrira has :rrated a fashion in the ; 1 nna;;e of ho c o :s liids, At. present li ru is a i.;oo,l ina;'.-.el for the i a."ni;:c< ;i! I;>•-tcil<»i;1< d creaf are:-, at .>ii'es iiom ;C4 to .C4U. ac :on!in- to U'.e.r leaiity. It id not. I lie ciTrcl i .'c n ss of t.ha pea :oc-i;'s iVath i:; in hais that has made 3iuh a irreat (U'ai. iv.l i'cr the 1 irds. A far more subtle r.a:-( n h:<s to lie sought. 'flic pre-'rnt-dav Atrcri an •■'.i!h money cravc; an "ih .-11-1.1 .vorld atmosi h re a'"--.!. i'.-(he e'ip f-ed hed^C::, r.i.'vu'. s! 11 : w-.s. .ill pres'jr. e U'i! a--'.-s, ;.nl ■. en-ait.. l i ii' of the Jacobean Miiod. " Therefore n:nn>* m- n in thr :'t -tos ire biiiltlin-r siu ii resid.n:e.", ; ml they Tiust not miss the beaut, o.s linish ing touchcs which are l.nt by the presence of ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

A NEW 11 KM ED Y. I7r. Sheidnn'.s Gin Fills for Huoka-he .'uid Kidney Troubles are an oxeolltvt Hemedy, which lias only to lie tried to ho appreciated. Trice. 1/0 and '2 0. Obtainable at 11,. P. Bennett, Chemist, Torang.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

A. JEHKmS, UNDERTAKER, TEllANG AND (J A M PER DO WIS j Tek.ing, Campekijown &■ Uistkict. AT YOUR CONSTANT SERVICE DON'T KOKGIi'I In this paiticular line ul business. Now in Stock, a large and most com plete range of Caskets, both plain and polished wood to choose from. Finish ed complete in 1 wo Hours Notice Price,- (Jualiiy of Work and Finish Unsurpassed. Direct peisonal Super vision. Cabinet Work, Upholstering, French l'oiishing. Furniture Kepuired and itencn'atcd equal to iiewj Address—Bayne St., Terang Opp. Co operative Timber Yiirds, Phone No. 70 'l'crang WALL PAPERS. We Havo Just Landed, Direct From England and America, —A COMPLETE ASSOlt'i'MENT OF— PAPERHANGlNGS, Comprising ovor Two Thousand Pieces of the Newest Designs and Colourings 111 —PLAIN and PRINTED GOODS. - •—Prices: From 4<1. t-o 2/U per Roll.— -Inspection Invited. P A I N T S I In Shades to Match any Paper Selected, j -STAINS, POLISHES, Etc., FOR— —F U nin IT URE and FLOORS — CLARKE Bros (A. R. C...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS For London, via Adelaide, Fremantle (TV.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt.. Kapl , Toulon, Gibraltar, and Piy mont j I Leave | Leaves Steiwcr I Tons .MtJb'uriie: Adelaide ..1 13,000 Orsova ..! 12,030 Orotones .; 9,02s Orvicto -J 12,'jo Omraii ..j 8,130 Oiiv:iy 12,077 Vtr-vn 0 ■ 1I2,:24 April i j Apr 3 April 15 : Apr 17 April :g , May i May 13 i May 15 May 27 j AI ay i9 June io ! June 12 And .-'ortiM^luly Thereafier. 'jtoe steamers of the Orient Lino are fitted with all modern and up to date •ppiiances for the safety and comfort of passengers. | Passengers carried in oil Classes. Third Class accommodation, Sloepi ig Rooiiib, Dining Rooms, Deck accommo dation and Cuisino a specialty. Rcmnd tlwj World Rates via Canada, United Slates, Japan, or South Afrioa quoted 011 application. Desstiio or Business Trips on the Coast to Fremantle, Adelaide, Sydney cr Brisbruio quoted 011 application. fho local AgentB will supply Circu lars OT further information 011 a...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

Noorat Iron Works. JOHN M'LEOD. JOHN McLEOD wishes to intimate to the Residents of the Noorat. Kolora, Glenorniiston and surrounding Districts that lie li;|s commenced Business in Noorat as a GENERAL 1RON-W ORKER And SUPPLIER OF WINDMILLS. Ho is Agent for tlio Famous WONDER MILL,|.i which is the last word in Windmills. It 0111" Meeds Oiling Onco a year. One of the Mills may be seen working in his yard. Estimates given for the Election of iMilis. of any make. Water-syste'.us estimated for and stipplie<l. A full supply of all .sorts of Parte kept. MAL'l 11Nl'/HY of all kinds, f)i] (r Petrol Engines, supplied at, the shorwit notice. —AO IiN'l' FOR— The LURCKA MILKING MACHINE All sorts of TIN WAR F, stocked. REPAIRS Executed Promptly. Clioe.so and Dairy Plants Installed, liath.s littod up. Tanks and Spouting supplied and fitted tip. Boilers, Chaff-cutterSj and all Farm Machinery supplied. Residents are invited to feupport- tneir own Townsnip, and secure a speedy attention to ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

F.TARANTO,: Fruiterer and Confectioner, HIGH STREET, TERANG.4— ALL CHOICEST FRUITS ill Season. Tho Best Imported and Colonial CONFECTIONERY always on hand. Only tho very best SOFT DRINKS and CORDIALS kopt m largo variety. ■ Great Variety Of • CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and FANjCY BOXES Just Arrived. : Everything Stocked is the Very Beat. NOTE MY ADDRESS, AND PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. MECHANICS FRUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' Go-oparative Produce Compan Limited DESIRE to Intimato to Farmers in tho Surrounding District that they have arranged to MARKET FARM PRODUCE during tho forthcoming season. ORDERS aro now being received for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. A BRANCH OFFICE has been open ed at Royal Chambers, ixepler Street, Warrnambool, under tho management of MR. f. J. ORll. HEAD OFFICE: 57 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. TERANG REPRESENTATIVES: CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Terang. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure: For Coughs and Cold*.—1/8 v*

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW USE FOR WIRELESS. FIXING DOMINION'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

I'M X.I X(; .DO.MIXIOX'S I'OSITI!>X. AiT;U!^i'l!H'lils i>;i\liven made I>l' tweoll tile CoiiltuoiiweaUii :'.lni New i Zealand Government- I'm* tin- i \e':ianue j ill \vire!e:-s Id arrlirai.-iv >;e i terniine (lie longitude iu waieli the Dominion is situated. | When tin- Mawson A nliirri!;• exp-di t lion liatl a win-li'ss station tin Mae'|Uark I Uland, piv-aiTaiij^'d signal- ai pre arranged times were s Mit !>y the t'tmi moTnrealtl: wiivl'-ss oliieiats. '11 u- time ill- the reeeipt of these was elie/ked on a chronometer, and thus tlie longitudinal position ef l::e island iva- ascertained, it was found lo lie sonic miUs out of its place as marked on maps. Australians lonicit uuiual position lia^ Iii'imi accurately ascertained. hut that of Nov Zealand Iiiinever via been deli nk ly tixed.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ONLY POSSIBLE COURSE. TRAVELLER INTERVIEWED. LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

"O-YLV rassfHLK cuntsr:. TRAYIvl/LKK IXTELtV I K\Y Kl>. LONDON. .tiajor -Archer .Martin Slice, -Vl.l'.. who | recently extensively toured Mexico, has j been interviewed on t'.ie ^rav>' situation which has arisen. lie predicted that eliao.-. would eon-' iinue in .Mexico for many months, per- , haps years, unless in- l.'nilel Slate; r< cognised the existing Government or actively intervened. I'uder the present eiren nista ices intervention appeared ille only possible course.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Terang Express AND HAM[?]DEN AND MORTLAKE ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quartor. Our Motto: "Advancemennt." FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914. THE MEANING OF THE FEDERAL APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

f Pi. A 'T* .% 'J" -» >.•; ■«; K' "». >'• 0> O f» ClS.'C tU AND If J3{. :>«Ar ,1 A'L» HO HI LAKE a VVEUTISEB. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—jCI Year, 0/ Quartor. Our Motto: "Advaiiceuie/it." FRIDAY, AL'lllL 17, 191-1. THE MEANING OK Till'; FEDERAL I APPEAL. There is a very imperative duly upon Liberals ol every shade ill ii'.e Common wealth to organise their political lore;;* and present a. united front against ; Labor-Socialism. All tlie portents point unmistakeably to the near approach ol' another appeal to the people to review and amend tiie pivsiiit constitution ol ! both the Federal Houses of Parliament. We have come to realise that, at tne general election last year, the battle at Jjiberalism and freedom against tae solid minority that represents Labor bureaucracy and the subversion of iiri' vidual liberty was indecisive and fui'.y Half fought. The Fisher (.iovernment's 11 ajority of eleven in the popular C.iai.i he' was wiped out, aiid that par...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

NOTICE Tho First Market After Easter will be held on .MONDAY, 120th APRIL. DALGETY and CO. LTD. NOniUS, TOYN12 and SCOWN. 110RNE and PALMER. MONDAY, 20th APRIL, l'Jl-1. Caale, Shs^p, Worses, cc Sale of' Dairy Cattle at i"2.30 o'Clock Sharp. "Pi ALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED JJ (Successors to llowc, Thornton and Palmer) will .Sell (.lirougii their Auc tioneer) in their Yards, 'ierang, on the above date:— 8 Prime Cows from Kolora. 8 Prime Cows lrom Noorat. 7 Prime Cows from Tae Sisters. G Prime Cow.-> from Glenormiston. •1 Prime Cows from Dixie. DAIRY CATTLE. 2 Trucks of Superior Dairy Cows. in fall profit ami springing; o:i account Mr. John luce. 12 O.juiuo Forward Springing Hei fers. 8 Guaranteed Cows. STORE CATTLE. 10 Good 'forward Store Cows. 15 SLore Cows, young, and in good eontlition. VOUiNG CATTLE. 15 Heifers. '2 yrs. old: a good lot. 2-1 Yearling Heifers. 20 Fat Comeback Ew\'s. 30 Eat Crossbred Lamijs. i.?0 Merino Ewi.s, i?i good condition. TERANG. FAT CATTLE. sill KKP....

Publication Title: Terang Express
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DOUBTFUL NOTE SOUNDED. SITUATION REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

iJOUirri'TLi xoi'E soi xdkd. SITUATION KKVJKWED. Competent .judges a IV not excite;! about the situation. *iii'• y ar^uc that General liuerta must know thai all i i"Xht—tJiinkiitfj; foreigners think that President Wilson treated him and hi country outrageously. Tin y t. el that nothing is better <• leulated to '.live General liuerta renewed authority over his .-oiint rynien t':an 1'iv-id -iit- \\ i!so:i - attack upon him. and r.'.e inevitable com|ian'snn 1m!u.c:i I he attack and the way in which the I'niled States has allowed General Villa's llri.uands to Midi) the I'niled States. The opinion prevails in \\ that Mr. John l,ind'.-. in'lueuc.1 more than the flajj; incident ha- iiromp; e i action. A seini-ollicia I c. nun ;un ;i|ii smacks ol' Mr. Lind's authorship. i: di tails the manifestations of ill-will ami contempt towards American repie-enta tives in Mexico. IfGeneral liuerta \iehU the poli.-y o! w.atehlul waiting will ornbably continue, and its hideous cmisoqn. necs w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AMERICA AND MEXICO. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT. ATLANTIC FLEET UNDER ORDERS. TO SAIL FOR TAMPICO. EXCITEMENT IN AMERICA. WASHINGTON, 15th April. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

AMERICA A8D MEHIG5. - - •» — KM l'OKTA.YI' DKVKLOIW! KYI'. ATLANTIC l-'LKGT I'NDKR OKDERS. " TO SAIL FOK TAMi'IC-O. • Excrrt'm icxt jx ameuica. WASHINGTON, l-r.Lli April. A sensational development lia.-. taken phieo in connection with fin- relations between tlu; United Stall'.-, and -Mexico. Great public i-xe i I v n u-11L lias b.'en aroused by lh,' announcem.'nl liiat the Cabinet has ordered the I'ni'ed Stale -Atlantic l''leet tu sail immediately in Tjunpic.i. in order in (moire !!. ar Adlniral ^Inyo's demand for a salute from General liti'ita by nay i.! an apology for the arrest oi a number el -American marine.--. W ireless call- have li.-oii sent in every dire ti-ci iVr i.e. purpose oi mustering; all LMe available slii|).s of the iieel. Tin- Cabinet yesterday fully <!i.-ru>. .rd ihe -Mexican ; Uu itinn in f. ;t:-1 . a'ld alter its deliberat ions .Mr. -I. Daniels, Seer, tary lor t!;e .N::vv, older-d ilie American lleet to procei d r> .Uexiein Wi-.ters. It is ui'.d...

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RUG SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

RUG SUPERSTITIONS. The lilllc cottage Oriental ru~s often mad?- liv girts who sir:: r:!iortty to i.c inanied, in Turkey, T'sr.-ia, 0:1 tlu: Armenian plateau, and in Af ghanistan, carry with them a!l tin: poetry an 1 mysticism of the (Mi-nlal girl's mind, as she iL; j'isl b'.idiinj '.ii'n womanhood. t'h> weaves into thv ni';:; almost her very thoughts—:o mudi h rug weav-ng a Part of Uic ori n'al life, and ;:() !itile> is it a ' •' '■•>mmrr cial piiruiiit. Time i.; n.t countcd of value in I !rj lfa-d wJn. n rut^s at:; mad •. Con -eqw n' ly, Americans have fownd it impossible to compete willi the Oikntals in thy mr.irifac tnro of tlnsc practically evrala ting products. In : oaie parts of the Oi iental-mg countries it is considered wrong to have the rugs seen ;n the maVii; by (Christians. If .;ti(h an accident occurs, and one from thj Western world views one oi thj ri!tr=. tin v o'.'lic!f.n offsets the suspected in jury by weaving a small v. hitc spot mi th2 nig, to i:e3p away ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COW-PEOPLE OF UGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

COW-PEOPLE OF UGANDA. + Th 2 Banyoro. or cow-peoplc l* Uganda, like many other African tribes, have many curious customs. Some of these were explained bv t'.io Itev. John Hoscoc iri his second lec ture at the Royal Institution, Lon don. The people, . lie said, aro powerful clansmm, v.ho^e wealth, health, and religion are all intimate ly connected with the cow. It in a degradation amongst them for a men to dig. so milk and flesh are (heir staple food. Though they are brave, they arc in veterate thieves, and very subtle in their methods of carrying out their I hefts and concealing their i;uilt by lies. Indeed, one of their favourite mottoes, as translated by Mr. Hos co:', is, "Keep a grave iace, even though you laugh behind your hand." The lecturer tcld how he got the bet tor - of a row-man who lio knew had stolen two cows. The man offered to undergo their favourite ordeal l>v poison, but. Mr. Itoscoc had in his possesion small battery, and told the culprit 1hat it. would be impo;:...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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FISHBONE IN THE THROAT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

FISI-IBONK IN THI2 THROAT. ■Whjn eating lisli, should a bono Io'Iro in the throat, cut a lemon in ticil'", and suck the juice from it, let ting it trickle slowly down the throat.' This gives almost instant re lief, as the acid dissolves the fish bone. If there is no lemon at hand, the raw white of a'i e;:^ swallowed ' at once will, it is asserted carry the obstruction with it. We should rather fear those we love than those we hate.—Queen Christiila.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTRIC FOOD FOR CHICKEN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

ELECTRIC FOOD FOR CHICKEN'S. What would tlio naturally al person say if lie were told th;it iii some of the countries of Kurop^, where the people arc not supposed | to have imv Yankee ingenuity, thick ens ar? raisrd on a diet that con sists in part of electricity ? Yet in a sense 1 he x Interne nt is true. Electric f<;rd!n.r has ko far been used mainly for eh c'len., lritched in incu bators. Ai.out every tv. o ho::rs dur ing the morning an 1 evening, espe cially "at meal-times. the currcnt is applied for a few minutes, not di rectly to the chickens, but to their surroundings. Chickens so treated get their normal weight with two thirds of tin usual amount of food; if the usual amount is given to them they weigh forty per ccnt. more at the mil of three months than chick ens that have bern i':d wi ho it. elec tricity. Moreover, they are stroll :er and "more self-possessed" than those that have had only the ordinary chicken fund ; and since we ik chick ens, hatched under a br...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARVOG R.C. BAZAAR. PROFIT OF £904[?]9 [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

GARVOG R.C. BAZAAR. PROFIT OF £001 Si>. 'J'lio final mooting of the Garvoc H.C. Bazaar was hold on tile otli iiiit., the ituv. Father Foley prosiilin^;. The re sult is evi-n more satisfactory than the most sanguine could have looked for ward to, and speaks volumes both for tile zeal and energy of the lady workers and the generous support given by tho general public. Tho following arc fclic net amounts realisd by the different .stalls:— C s. d. .Mrs. and the blisses MeGuire and Miss Harney 3-"iS 8 S The Misses C'oghlnn and Mcs <:«inies Harris (2), Hill, and Kenna 231 17 0 Miss Dunne), and Mosdames O'Kih fe (2) blisses O'Kocfo and O'Gradv 113 0 G Mrs. Scullion, Mrs. Soilicr ville, Alts. AY. Scullion. Airs. S. Harris, and the Misses Scullion 117 1 0 Mrs. Faircll: Refreshment Stall 33 12 6 lialance of Door Money, after pay inn expenses, rent of luall, printing 12 2 7 £901 9 0 Tn thanking the ladies. Father Foley said the result, as just disclosed, was to liini, and, ho ven...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMORIAL MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914

o: o MEMORIAL MINUTE. ''Rev. Samuel Fraser, M.A.—Tlio Presbytery of Mortlake places on record tlie expression of its deep sorrow at the deatii of the Rev. Samuel Fraser, M.A., of the Thomson .Memorial Church, Terang, iv'iiicli lias removed from its converse and its work a man greatly beloved-and greatly trusted. ''The Rev. Samuel Fraser was a. native of Alness, Ros^-shire, Scotland. Ho was educated at the Tain Academy, where in 185'J lie was a gold medallist in Classics. His undergraduate tours'-' was taken at the King's College. Uni versity of Aberdeen, where lie gradu ated in April, ItSUii, with the degree of .M.A. He then went to the Xeiv College, Edinburgh, where lie took his theologi cal course and was licensed to prea/h the Gospel by the free Chinch Presby tery of Stirling in June, ^oo'J. "Having hoard the call for workers ill Australia, lie landed in Melbourne in March, 1870, with a Commission from the Free Church of Scotland. On July 1st, 1870, he preached his iirst .sermon ...

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