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PRESBYTERY OF MORTLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
PRESBYTERY OF MORTLAKE. Tho Presbytery of Mortlake met by J adjournment at i'erang 011 Tuesday, 7v.ii April, at 9.&lt;30 a.m., and was duly con stituted. Sederunt: Kevs. W. McBride (.Moderator), A. Dunn (Clerk), A. S. Houston, it.' jNairn, E. "v. Wallis and C. S. Koss (Minister Emeritus); too ther with Messrs. J. Anderson, D. Ellis, G. S. Mackay, \\\ McGarvie, J. Ked path, AY. Swinton, G. Thompson and J. E. Vinos, Elders. Apologies for ab sence were received from Kevs. W. Uett, J. Gray and F. }V. Holland. The min utes of two previous meetings were read and confirmed, and the correspondence dealt with. A letter from -Mrs. Eraser was received, in which she acknowledg ed the Presbytery's letter of sympathy. The Presbytery of the Western Plains wrote, asking the Presbytery to_ take the oversight once ag-ain of the N\ oorn doo congregation, and it was agreed that the Clerk write for more deiinite information,, and that the Session ol Mortlake take the matter into consid eration. ...
ONKAPARINGA RACES. STEEPLECASE WON BY VANGUARD [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
OXKAl'AK IX6A KACl^S. STF.EPLECASK AVON 15V VANGUARD j The Onka paring;! lileetin;.; on Mojiday was largely attended. l?esiilts:— Hurdle li;it-o; Kelvin. 1: Ar&lt;|iiel>uso, 9: Journevniaii. 3. Dividend for £1, £33 1 Trial Slakes: ?d irahilite and AYoolna, dead heat, 1 : Wilparoo. .'5. Dividends: j ilirabiliU1. £2 12;: AYoolna, £12 2/. Tin> : owners divided. . i Onkaparin^ia C'np: Eltliam, i--; ' f>cn Carat. 2; Ea;:er, 3. Dividends: .€3 5' and £2 4;. _ | OnkapariHfrn Steeplechase: Va-i-mard. i ]: Tinto, 2; Tramp, 3. Dividend: -''■'3 1'.'- . I Hills Railway Stakes: AYarjain, 1; Knsai, 2: Blackpool, 3. Dividends: £2 ]3' and £'.'3 S'. Amateur Stec-pUc!'ase: Edinol. ]; Eboiiy. 2: Billow. .'3. Dividend. £3 6'. Oakbank Welter: Manibray Star. 1; Lodes. 2: Jarwan, 3. Dividends, £2 19' and £o
WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
WILLI AMSTOAVX 11ACES. Results at "William.stown on Monday • were:— Hurdle Race: Calabash, 1; Bonnie George, 2; Erin's Harp, 3; 5 to 1 the winner. Federal Handicap: Precious 1; Maple Loaf, 2: Dultrous, 3: 10 to 1 the win ner. Easter Cup: La Georjic, 1; Hamburg Belle, 2: Avonwort, 3; 8 to 1 tlic win ner. Steeplei-liasr.—"Westport, 1: Seldom, 2; Trantbolt, 3; 7 to 1 tlie winner. Juvenile Hamlieati: Blairfinde. 1; Veronal, 2: Kilspindie, 3: 10 to 1 the winner. "Welter llamlieap: Dumfries. 1: Jul lundur, 2: Flora. 3: 3 to 1 the winner.
COBDEN PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
coinrr.x picnic racks. C;>ld, flowery weather pfovniled for lie Ccbden picnic rae;s on Easier Mon day. Tlic racing was interesting, hut. &lt; wing trj the rcc-'nt rain the track was rat-'er heavy. All Lin* ollicials work'd J.ard to make tl'.e meeting :i sii.-cess, an«l in that resp-.-et suvcerded, although tlicv worked under adverse weather con ditions. Results:— Z\Inidoii Hack Race. Five furlongs.— Jas. Slattery's Ncaptid- (Mr. J. Telnn), 1; W. Underwood's Haut Lady (Mr. Underwood). 2: W. Hell's Warrambeach (Mr. Montgomery), :J. Other starters: Blackbird, Orsova, Annie, Heather Belle, Leonard, Mvlinda, Spangle, and Teddy B ar. Betting: 6 to 4 agst. Haut Lady and Neaptido. 3 to 1 Blackbird, 5 — to J Warrambeach, 10 to 1 others. Won easily. Hurdle Race. Two miles.—J. B. Andrews' Minaro, 10.12 (.Mr. J. Scott), 1; C. B. Lord's E.M., 9.0 (Mr. J. Beard), 2; .J. McKen/.ie's Sejond Mate, ]0.7 (Owner), :3. Taui' Exeter also started. Betting: Evens Second'Mate, 6 to -1 agst. Minnr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
BEST FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is the mother's helper and tlie children's friend through all the winter months. It can he given to the youngest child and to the sturdy school-child roil, to the college student or to the father of a family. Wherever there is a cold Dr. Shel don's New Discovery is the shortest pathway to pood health. Price, 1/6 and 3,. Oh'tninahlo at II. P. Bennett, Che mist, Terang,
CRICKET. NOORAT v. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
CRICKET. NOORAT v. ESSENDON. The Essemlon cricket team visited Noor.it on Easter Monday and Tuesday. The local club entertained the visitors to dinner at the lit. Noorat Hotel ot« Monday, and .-it "The Host," To rang, on Tuesday. "Winning the toss, Noorat batted first, and made 101. Essendon novel- got going with the bat, and were all disposed of l'or 115. In their secjnd innings Noorat made 121 for nine wie le'is, J. Patton being responsible for ✓ 9. The Noorat bowling was very good, E. Long, who got four for 15, being first-class, while Patton and Aitken were very hard to play. The Holding was very good. The visitors were very pleased with their visit, and went away by the afternoon train delighted with their experiences. 'Scores:— NOORAT.—First Innings. S. Strong, b AYheatly 10 J. Aitken, b Liston . 8 J. Patton, e and b Colter 11 E. Long, b Wheatly 2 A. Andrews, b Colter 1 A. Long, c Hannah b Colter .... 0 G. Scott, b Mahon 3 S. Johnson, c Kenned yb Macartney 2 H. Smith, l.b.w. b...
MORTLAKE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
MORTLAKE RAGES. The annual meeting of the Mortlake Racing (Hub .was held on Easter Satur day. There was a good attendance, and t,',e racing was of ail interesting nature. The following are the results:— T1UAL HANDICAP. Of 15 sovs. Six furlongs. A. J. Staughton's Mneme, 7.13 (P. Lowrey) .. I R. Crawford's Portico, 6.12, claimed 5 II)., car. 0.7 (McKenna) 2 A. McKenzie's Mona Kirk, 8.2, inc. 5 11). over (Cassidy) 3 Otlier .••tarter: Miyako, G.10, inc. 3 II). over (Grace). Uetting: 7 to 1 on Mneme, 1 to 5 to 1 tiie otiicrs. Mneme led throughout and won easily by a length ; two lengths between sec ond and third. Tmie : 1.20. MT. SU A DWELL HANDICAP. Of 35 sovs. One mile. II. Connelly's Haut 13as, 9.9 (R-. Connelly) 1 D. Kelly's Bevenski, 7.10, inc. 3 lb. over (P. Lowrey) 2 J. McNicliol's Wiridgil, 9.0 (Mr. J. - McXichol) 3 Only tliree started. Ki tting: 0 to -1 oil Haut Bas, G to 4 ag-t. Wiridgil, 4 to 1 Bevenski. The favorite led from the start, and win very easily by three lengths, wi...
BIRREGURRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
33IRREGUERA PACKS. There W'ns a jzoo'l aH^n'l.inee at Hi° Annual mortinjr of Hip Birr&lt;&lt;;urra Turf Club on 3fonrlay. Ti "suits:— Handicap Trial Stakes. Six furlongs. —Hinpolvtus, 7.o, 1 : Sports Girl. 8.10. 2: "White Arms, 7.5, 3. Only three started. Hettine: 2 to 3 on Sports Girl, pven money Hippolytus aiul White Arms. Novelty Pony Race. Four furlongs.— Successful, 7.5, 1: Spectator, 9.0, 2; ! first Office., 7.0, 3. Other starters; Miss Enfield, Limelight, Stella, and Nora Doyle. Hotting: Evens winner. Birregurra Handi-ap. One mile.— Hippolytus, 7.0, 1; Erindinnie, 7.0, 2; First Croix, 7.0, 3. Other starters: Pat riotie and White Anns. Betting: 2 to 1 the winner. Kipple Vale Handicap. Five furlongs. —Platinum, 7.0, 1; Lightning, 8.7, 2. Timelight also started. Betting: J to 1 agst. winner. Handicap Trot. One mile and a h.'ilf. —Barrister, 10 yds. bad., 1 : Tot, 0-j yds. !>hd., 2; Rex Alma, 100 yds. bhd., y. Other starters: William, Glencoe, and Belle Mack. B...
Going Cheap. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
Going Cheap. Some time ago a man was awaken- J ed in the night to find his wife weep- . Ing uncontrollably. I "My darling!" he exclaimed, "what | is the matter?" ■ "A dream!" she gasped. "I have | had such a horrible dream." Her husband begged her to tell it to him, in order that he might com fort her. After long persuasion she was induced to say this:— "I thought I was walking down the j street, and I came to a warehouse | where there was a large placard, 'Husbands for sale.' You could get beautiful ones for fifteen hundred pounds, or even for twelve hundred, and very nice-looking ones for as low as a hundred." The husband asked innocently: — "Did you see any that looked like me?" The sobs became strangling. "Dozens of them," gasped the wife, "done up in bunches like asparagus, and sold for ten shillings a bunch."
A Full Report. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
A Full Report. One day an eight-year-old girl, who j had been taught to report her mis- j deeds promptly, sought her mother with an aspect of grief, denoting great penitence. "i broke a briclc in the fireplace," the youngster explained, between sobs. "Well, that' isn't beyond remedy," smiled the parent, "but how on earth, child, did you do it?" "I was pounding it with father's watch."
Let It Go at That. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
Let It Go at That. A lady who is a district visitor be came much interested in a very poor, but apparently respectable, Irish fam ily named Curran, living on the top floor of a great building in a slum dis trict of her parish. Every time she visited the Currans the was annoyed by the staring and whispering of the other women living in the building. One day she said to Mrs. Curran: "Your neighbors seem very curious to know who and what I am, and the nature of my business with you." "They do," acquiesced Mrs. Curran. "Do they ask you about it?" "Indade they do, ma'am." "And do you tell them?" "Faith, then, I do not." "What do you tell them" "Oo just tell them," was the calm reply, "that you are me dressmaker, an' let it go at that."
MAKING THE BISHOP LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
MAKING THE BISHOP LAUGH. Probably one of the prettiest com pliments ever paid to the fair sex was that contained in the answer made by Dr. Potter, Bishop of New York, who was once asked by a lady why, in the many pictures and studies of angels exhibited, the angels were always de picted either as women or as young men without beards or moustaches. "Everyone knows," replied the Bishop, "that women naturally inherit the Kingdom of Heaven, but men only get in by a very close shave." This story is related by the Rev. T. Selby Henrey, \icar of St. George (Brentford), whose little volume, en titled "Attic Salt," provides many an illustration of the fact that wit and appreciation of humor are not the least prominent characteristics of lead ing divines. He tells a story of the late Dr. Creighton, who once received a book from a second-rate author, to whom he replied by post, "I thank you very much for forwarding to me your book, and I promise you faithfully that I will not lose any time in ...
A Schoolboy Essay. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
A Schoolboy Essay. "A flggerative saying is—to keep the wolf from the door. It does not mean to keep a real live wolf from the door. A good instance is when the landlord comes for the rent. He knocks at the door, and you keep aw ful quiet in the hone that he will think there is nobody in, and go away."
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
SPORTING. The Warrnambool Amateur Turf Club programme appears in another column. Entries close with the secretary, -Mr. A. 11. ■ Davios, Warrnainbool, or Air.. 11. Sutton, Melbourne, on April 21st. The programme, it will be seen, is a most liberal one. There was an insufficient attendance cf members at tho Terang Football Club's annual meeting on Wednesday night, and tlie meeting was adjourned till Monday evening 7.30 sharp. Thy football enthusiasts are asked to roll up for this meeting, as if steps aro not promptly taken to be represented on the board of delegates, tho Terang club will be out in the cold as regards com petition matches. It is to be hoped, tl en, for the sake of tho game and the upl olding of the prestige of the town, that there will be a big and enthusiastic meeting on Monday night. The remarkable boxing contest be tween Georges Carpentier, heavyweight champion of Europe, and an English amateur heavyweight named George Mitchell, was fought in Paris on Wed nesday ni...
THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
THE WEIGHTS. Appended arc Llie weights for Liu '1 erang races, to he held to-morrow:— Boolean Trial Stakes: Glenkirk, 9.5; Bright lvirk, 8.10; Erin's Hope, 7.11; Pouquetirc, 7.11; l'ortico, 7.'J ; Cudgee, 7.7 ; Gurlano, 7.7 ; New Fly, 7.7 ; Mona j Kirk, 7.7 ; Tar.oon, 7.7 ; Dixie Jack, (.0; ] Kcder Khan, 7.0; Brassi, 15.7; Neaptidc [ ().'&lt; ; First Knight, 0.7. Hurdle Race: Fulcrum, 11.9; Kahi hhiokka, 11.0; Calabash, 10.13; Black Flag, 10.3; Gellert, 10.3; Kaze, 10.0; Kyluna, 9.12; Lord Fvaiis, 9,3; Golden Yale, 9.3; Ornate, 9.0; The Prune, 9.0; Countess, 9.0. Keilambete Handicap: Haut Bas, 9.5; Whare, 9.2; McCulloch, 8.12; Sil ver Bullet, 8.5; Mirene, 8.5; Vodski, S5; "Wiridgil, 8.0; Asterbert, 7.13; Nat Kirk, 7.7; Glenkirk, 7.3; Porscnna, 0.9-. Olympic, 0.9; Curlano, 0.7; Mona Kirk, G.7. Steeplechase: Expiation, 11.0: Cuacli, 10.3; Squirm, 10.3; Wasscea, 9.5; Kirk stall, 9.0. Ponv Race: May Coil, 11.5; Sweet Aiice, 9.5; Beryl. 9.0; Sunday, 8.10; Romance, 7.10; Zoo, 7.10...
EASTER MONDAY RAGE MEETINGS. PENSHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
EASTER MONDAY RAGE MEET INGS. FENSLI.UK.ST KACES. The annual meeting of the Penslmr.st Race Club look plae^ 011 Easter .VI on uay, in ihe presence ol a very largo gathering. It. '.suits:— Trial Handicap, Of 2j suvs. Five furlongs.—Nat. Kirk, ft!.'J (I'errott), 1; Ornate, 7.11, 2: Pirateer, 8.3, 3. Other i-tartors: i'arolles, 8.12: Cudgee, (J.U. Bitting: 2 to 1 i'arollts, 1 to 1 Nat Kirk. Won by a length and a half. Tune: 1.3 2-otli. Handicap Hurdle Pace. Of 70 sovs. About tivii miles. ---Black Flag, 'J.10 (A. Wilson). ): Fulcrum, 11.9 (Hence), "J: K.ize, 10.3 (Jl. .J. Connelly), :3. Other starters: Battleship, 11..>; The Prune, Nalka, 9.5; Scotch Mixture. 9.0. Hitting: •"> to 1 Fill linn. to 1 Black Flag. Won Iiy a length and a half. Time: 3.->l. Penshurst Cup. Of 130 sovs. On:' n:ile and n quarter.■—(olden Princess, 8.0 (Turner), 1 : Asle!'b;rt. 7.7 (II. J. Connelly), '2: Last Sheaf, 7.11) (Looker), 3. Other starters: .Mirene, 8.7: \ od f.ki, 8.7 ; .Ma.ssry, 7.7 : Coupar, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
MEETING. A meeting of SUPPLIERS In the xx TRUKOOI) OF australia, ltd., will lie held Jib NEHILT/S motel, terang, on monday, L'Oth ilist., at Twelve o'clock. j. j. QT'inlax, M, j. kenna, Conveners. TERANG FOOTBALL GLUB. adjourned annual meeting. The adjourned annual meeting of the terang foot ball club will bo held on .monday evening next at 7.30 sharp at the Mechanics. a full attendance is particularly re quested. T). LOCK WOOD, Hon. See. DENTAL. W. A. PARRAMORE, l.d.s .,d.d.s DENTIST, TERANG. /HI. PARIIAMORE may be Consulted at liis Rooms in Shndfouh Street, opposite tlio Wheatsheaf Hotel, daily (ex cept Friday). TMPERIAL 5-h.p. Stationary Petrol _L Engine, almost new. Full particu lars on application to T. WALLS and LO., Terang. FC'l'URE FRAMING, Furnituro Re pairs, Upholstering, etc.—WALLS, Toning, Maryborough and Geelong. T OST.—A Spotted llieit'cr. Reward, i-.jl A. S. Fituiiett. T OS'I'.—Four Lincoln Ram Lambs, -S-J from "1V00 Geo." Reward. Apply I "aand Co. Ltd., Terang; or "N...
THIRD DAY. LILYVEIL DEFEATS RADNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
THIRD DAY. LILY VEIL DEFEATS RADNOR. j The A.J.C. meeting was continued on Wo lnesday with the following results:— | Second Hurdle Race: Clontaft, 1 ; Hallmark, 2; Loughrea, .3: 5 to 4 agst. winner. i All-aged Stakes: Cider, ] : Relievo, 2; Beau Soult, 3: 20 to 1 agst. winner. | Coogee Handicap: Hon Rove, 1; Rath lea, 2: Krungolla, 3: 5 to 1 agst. the winner. ! Easter Stakes: Carlita, 1; Indiscre- 1 t:on, 2: Mountain Knight, 3; evens the winner. j Cumberland Stakes: Lilyveil, 1; Rad nor, 2; Midnight Sun, 3; 6 to 4 agst. the winner. City Handicap: Audacity, 1; Gagou, 2 ; Biuebprrv, 3 ; 14 to 1 agst: winner. |
SECOND DAY. CUP WON BY LILVYVEIL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 April 1914
SECOND DAY. GUI' WON ]JV LILYV lilL. Theiv was ;ui enormous ^atherinji; at Kamlwiek on .Monday. Results :— Klyint; Jp : (jold .13row, 1; Alc c .n'ner, 2; .MaH.clie.sLer, li; S lo 1 a^st. tin- winner. . Champagne Stakes: Woorak, 1; C'ar lita, 2: Eufiony, '•); •"> to I oil w inner. Sydiuy Cup: .Lilyveil, 1 ; I\1 n 1 tiToil, '2; l'elove Li. Lilvveil slartrd at ;j to ], a:ui won easily by four lengths ill t'.ie lvcord time of .Jmins: SCisees. .Steeplechase: The Elisor, 1; Fiddlc strinu;, 2; .Don (}., :3; 5 to -1 t'ho winner. . Total Handicap: Lo.-hano, 1; Moon bria. - ; Kilmeadon, 3: o to 1 ayst. the winner. i _ . - i