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SOAP AND WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

SOAP AND WATER. Mary Jape was an crccsllciit scr rant, hut she !ia i one fault. !ili2 was li!-c tho giirl of Toolinjr Bcc ■ in the pan' oniimc, who "wa^hs l hor face, hut forgot her neck." At Ifiisi. Mary wasn't quite so 1);h1 as all th.it, but the v.a; wont to appear sometimes with a grimy fa're. Her mistress, r.nrco *cr, Val re- ' proved )'• r aiout thi:s sc.'cral times. 'T.oo'. h re, Mary,'' she '"Why don t you \\a;h your face iu h_t water aul soap two or th-es times a day ? It will make you look heautiiul thon." iUary was rather n-1i 1I at In i told so R'any times al o t h^r little weakness, and hrr reply was short and to tin point. "Will it really, in a'cm ?" s'ie an swered. " Then i^'y a rily yo'J never tried souk

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

SWEARS BY IT; ^..j ''My little urandcliiM I>lju' "|j[n- I j taeked witli lii'im-liiti-. ',IK- t- j tried did her any 1:0 >•!. j Ileadilen. IS(i Tasnian ,ii:rr j I as hn"10"",'.! iliil *'• *■ N.Z. "llavi":. ('ou^cli Remedy adv'en 1 ell'ectii'e in tin* trentm T t !ioii;i!iL 1 umild ii'.v ... •• it <j;ave lior iiuniedial.' pi^nib'1' first drwo. Nou- I suvar ^ fl. P' Jaill's Cnll-Ii lieuiedy. N"1''1 • I Bemiett, Cliemist, 'ferai'ii- ]

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEEPING IT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

KEEPING IT T'P. He had pron'.i.u-tl hi:; v:f: th.it lie would reform. The prin- i al condi tion laid down had be; n that he keep better hoars. For sjvcial days his conduct was beyond rc ito-i !i, but then there came a day- or, rather, a night—wlun he found himself in his front hall at an ho'.ir late l a%t all ordinary excuse. Fo'.loain;; an old custom, he took oil his ].oo!f, over coat, and hat, an 1 stoic s.oflly into his wile's room. While lie was in tho art of hanging lis vc;;t tn the ^'as jfit hi:-; wife a > o' e '"What on earth are vo l d- intr up at this hour? It i rn't daylight yet ! " yhe .'-hrilled. "My dear," explained h°r bus' and with a readiness born of n-ressity, "you 1-now I've reformed., and I want to make an urly sia.i. .here are a lot of men I want to see be fore business hours." Awl lie de liberately put on the rest of his clotlus and walked out. With a fiendish (hackle, his wifo turned over and went to sleep.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELLING HORSE[?] ACE. EXAMINATION OF TEET[?] EXPLAINED IN DETAIL BY EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

TELLING HGR« EXAMINATION' OF TKKTir KV I'l.A I N Kit IN DKTAIL liV JOXL'EKT. , Cut iI t!io horse is eight years old tho teeth ftiriiisli the best key to his up1. After this there are a | great many characteristics to bo taken into consideration, jio one of which can lie relied upon aside from I the others. The mouth of a grown horse should have 10 teeth. 12 of which —six above and six below—are - in cisors, or nippers. It is by tho in cisors that the age is determined. The order in which these appear is the important feature up to the age of 5 ; then the manner in which they are -worn determines the age up to eight years old. After this it is (Ii(Ticn11 to tell the exact age by the teeth. At about two years and nine j month;; (he two central temporary incisors above and below make way for the central permanent incisors. These are lull grown by the tint" the horse is three yours old. The intermediate permanent nippers ap pear at about three years and nine month.*;, and arc full grown...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

LINE"'OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS ,. tendon, ™ Adelaide, Fro mantle W A.), Colombo (for India), Egyjv. |f,p| Toulon, Gibraltar, and Piy Lhs* (.);!QV.i (]:o:cofS 0;v;eso Omrili 0:»ay (Jiranto ; Leave I Leaves Tons ;,\!el!/nn)C; Adelaide 4i ij,ooo April I ...;i:,03<>i April 15 „.j 9,02Sj April 29 12,130' A'fy '3 ...i 8,130/ -7' ...! tz,0/7 June jo .. J 13,12-jf June 24 ~Thereafter Vie 1 twiners of tho Orient Line are iltod fi'11 811 modorn and up to date ippiiancet for the safety and comfort el paM6ii£0ii. tusengeTs earned 111 all Classes. Third Claes Accommodation, Sleepi ig flootni, Dining Rooms, Deck accommo dation end Cnisirio a specialty. Round tho World Bates via Canada, Ccit?d States, Japan, or South Afrioa quoted on cpplioation. PleMUfe or Business Trips 011 the Cmt to Fremanth, Adelaide, Sydney »r Brisbiwo quoted on application. rbe local Agents trill supply Circu its er farther information on applica tion. Pussages from any Pert may bo pro paid b»re. D. L. DOWDELL, ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

MBitfw gawiRBwuauBMBa A. JENKINS, UNDERTAKER, ? T Jilt AN G AND CAMPEUDOWN \ Tek.-ing, Caxitekdo\vn & District. J | AT YOUR CONSTANT Si'.KVICH [ g DON'T KOKGin J S Iii thi.s patucular line of business. • Now in Stock, ;i large ami most coin- • plete raiifjc of Caskets, both plain and £ polished wood to choose fioni. Finish- } I ed complete in Two Hours Notice. ) i Price, Quality of Work and Finish ' Unsurpassed. Direct peisonal Super i vision. Cabinet Work, Upholstering, French l?o!isIiiiif». Furniture Repaired and Renovated | equal to new, j | Address—Bayne St., Terang I Opp. Co operative Timber Yurds, J ■ Phone No. 70 Terang j WALL PAPERS. Wo Have Just Landed, Direct From Eugland and America, —A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF— ——PAPERHANGIiNGS, Comprising over Two Thousand Piecee of tlie Newest Designs and Colourings-In [ —PLAIN and PRINTED GOODS. - ■—Prices: From -kl. to 2,ii per Roll.— Inspection Invited. P A I N T S In Shades to Match any Paper Solected. —STAINS, TOLISHES, Etc....

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BADLY HAD! [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

BADLY HAD ! It isn t easy living up to a repu tation of being a wit., but Jimkins did his host,. v Meeting a friend the other morn ing, he said suddenly : '•''1 say, old fallow, la"c you heard about that young l:idy who poured a jug of water into hn- fi:n;a's straw hat ?" "No," replied his friend, gcMini-; ready to hear an cxcelLn'; little anecdote. "Neither have I," said Jimkins, as he began to walk quickly away, "It hasn't leaved out yet." In Anglesey there are forty-two parishes without a public-housc.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
APTLY DESCRUB[?]D. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

APTLY DEfiblUBZD'. After li ing in a ho"S2 for somc th'ng rn:!er a week, a'worki-nj roan iooc the lcey ta:k to the agnt tin ether £ay. ■ ■ "What's v.-rong ?" demanded tin agin1:. "Isn't the house good enough i'or you ?" "It's too good, mister," was the, roily. ''"Ilist's just it; it's too good." •"What do you mean ?" "Well, the v.a'.l is a-vc3pin«! for the sins of the roof, which, being jerry biuit and teetotal, ta'^es nowt but water. Every clwnncy is a non sn.o'scr, and the 'oaso ain't no placo ior a liordinary sinner !"

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TERANG RACING CLUB. WINTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

TERAN6 RAGING CLUB. -WINTER MEETING/ The annual winter meeting of t e Terang Kacing (Jlub was liokl on Satur (liiv auernooii last. Early in the morn ing a steady rain set in, and tnis pre vented a lot of people from bwing pre sent. The rain continued until about 12.UU, when it cleared up, and a beauti ful racing afternoon was the result. However, it's an ill wind that blows i nobody any good, and if it did not in | tnis instance augment the attendance I at tiio rcu-es, there was a fall ot rain I t.iat will prove very beneficial to tlie ! district. Tne course looked splendid i with its early winter coat, which, it j s.iort ,was beautifully green. The go j ;ng was good—a trifle solt ill t!:e early I paT't of Lue day, but not at all holding, 1 i as evidenced by the times made in file ! di lie re nt races. During the allernnou the Terang .Brass Jiand played an excel lent programme of music oil the lawn, and t/ie expressions of pleasure, if heard by JJandinaster A ley, would have b-'i'it...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

BUST FOR A.LL THE FAMILY. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery _ is the mother's helper and the children's friend through all tlie winter months. It can bo given to the youngest child and to the sturdy school-children, 10 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 good health. Price, 1 /p and 3;. Obtainable at H. P. Bennett, Che mist, Terang. A motor fatality occurred at South Y.iii-i ou Wednesday, in which Conrah C• mian was killed. RECOMMENDS THEM '10 HIS CUS TOMERS. "For soino timo I suffered with indi gestion caused by disordered liver and stomach," says Mr. G. M. Harvey, Gyp sum Street, Railway Town, Broken liiil, N.S.ll. "The only tiling that gave me relief was Chamberlain's Tablets, and 1 consider them unequalled for disorders of the liver and stomach. I stock them in my shop and recommend them to all my customers; in fact," I cannot speak too highly of Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by 11. P. Bennet...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

SOROSES LIQUU) KACE POWDER. No wise woman uses dry powder, Le c-ause it injures the complexion. Soro ses Liquid Powder is a preparation re commended by the medical profession. It is economical .and beautifying. Try it. Pri.'O, 12 9 per bottle. Obtainable from Chas. E. Moon, Tobacconist, Fancy A NEW REMEDY. Dr. Sheldon's Gin Pills for Rackaelio and Kidney Troubles are an excellent Remedy, which has only to bo tried to be appreciated. Price, l/(i and 2/G. Obtainable at TF. P. Rennett, Chemist, Tenuig.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HAIRY PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

A HAIRY PROBLEM. "T The gentleman in solo charge of | the correspondence column of the r great. paper sat tearing his hair witi 1 gri. f and vexation. A terrilic pill' of Iet (ers had to 1 '0 read and aiisui'i'cd I ii ■lore the day closed. How 7 That was the quest ion. Suddenly inspiration came to the man i'l" letters. lie enlisted the ser vices of John, the oHico-bov. John was to open the letters and call the queries, while the Chief Correspon dent wrote the replies. "Well, John," be cried, after half the pile had been got through in this way, "what's the next ques tion V" John's face rellectcd a smile as lie read : "'Constant Kender,' in South Africa, wants to know how to pre vent the hairs of his moustache from falling out, sir." The wtiter of letters nibbled his pen a moment in deep reflect ion. then scril)hled hastily, am! passed the letter over for its envelope. Three seconds later he was aston ished to hear badly-concealed guf faws from .John, who, a I. his re quest, passed t...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW WHISTLER GOT MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

HOW WHISTLER GOT MARRIED, j f • Whistler was all his life a most surprising perscn, and his mar riage was not less start ling than the other events in his career. Henry Labouchere, in "Truth," thus described how it came about :— "I believe that 1 am responsible for tin's marriage to the widow of •Mr. Godwin, the architect: She was u remarkably pretty woman, and very agreeable, and both he and she were thorough llohemiany. 1 was (lining with them and some others one -evening at Earl's Court. The.v were obviously great ly attracted to each other, and in u vague sort of way they thought of marrying. Ko I took the matter in hand 'to bring things to it practi cal point. '* * .Jimmy,' I said, '-will you marry "Mrs. Godwin " ' Certainly,' 'he replied. " ' Mrs. Godwin/ I said, ' will you marry Jimmy?" " ' Certainly,' she replied. " ' When ?' I asked. " ' Oh, some day,' said Whistler. " ' That won't do,' I Laid ; ' we must have a-date.' "So they both agreed that I should' choose the day, wha...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SO SIMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

SO SIMPLE. "Well, I wish him luck," said Mr. Jones the other evening after read ing' in the evening paper an account of tho wedding of a popular menlher of the local crickct team, "but," he added, in a ruminating tone, "Mar riage is very much like cricket." '■ L'on't talk .so ridiculous," :napped Mrs. Joies. "However c;in you comrare cricket to marriage ?" "Why," replied Jones, '"it looks so easy to those who haven't tried it."

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

SPORTING. Punters liad a disastrous time at Handwbk oil Saturday hist. Hot favo rites wont down one after another, in the A.J.U. Plate Lily veil and Kadnor weie the chosen pair, hut Ga«jou, 4it 20's, won l'roin Aurolidina, with Lilvveil third. Matouree won the Place Handi cup from Aleconner and Kuren^ella Mr. A. J. Staunton's cast-off started at 20 to 1. Another erstwhile Terang lior.se in Don (v). (12 to J) won the three mile steeple from The Miser and Kiddle string. JJon Q. was bred oji the .Messrs. Sadler Uro*.' Dixie property. Clirn, starting at I I to 1, heat the hot favorite t.'-arlita in the Second Nursery Stakes, and Maltiiusian. at ]2's, won-the Final Handicap. The Christian Brother was tiie only favorite to find the winning post lirst, in the Kous Handicap.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HUMOROUS SPY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

A I-IUMOROUS SPY. Wh n the spy was caught and brought before Marshal Bassompiere, | the Marshal addressed him with the | formula he always used when sen tencing a man to death. "Brother, you or I must certainly be hanged!" Next day, as the spy was being dragged to the gallows, her adjured his jailors to allow him a last in terview with the Marshal, as lv hal something of supreme importance to say to him. The jailors wen; so im pressed by his intense earnestness that they begged the Marshal to give him avdience. "Bring tho dog in !" crhd Bassom plcre. "What's your business ?" he asked the spy impatiently when he was dragged in. 'Tn!y this, my lord. At our last interview you s^id either you or ] im?::t be hang~d. Did you really mean that ? It's oi su preme importance to you or mc ; he cause if you won't he haii 'cd, I must, that's all." The Ma'shal va> so ticklcd with the man's h nr>o.ir that he ordered his- immediate re lease.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

; M°ILWRICK. ROBERTSON & GARDNER, \HIit.TO. FLINDERS V,'., MKI.UOUI'.NB 1 / Ffcrra^JDalry Produce A Poultry Ss.!osmon t trtrnmitr I T)»ir» Proiiuo, Fouttrj 4c., Tua».itti I \AU01IS» I nn,i Thiir«4*y». Carets Pork, Tesl, 1 / . | *o., Frl4ij« onlj. Grilu, CtaiiT, Pott f a*iaa • ( t»e>, Ac., U*ily, tit&tiou and Wh*rl. ) Ajxroant 8*lo« randored proiniitlj. Corteipoudanc« ' I Inritit!. Cr»Ui for Poultry «ajp!!«d c« application )

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NAMILTON RACES. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

HAMILTON RACES. T11li HANDICAPS. Following lire the handicaps l'or the Cup meeting of the Hamilton Pacing Club, to bo hold on \\ cdnesdav and T.;ur«day next:— Alaiden Plati': Tredonna, C-urla:io, 8.12; Big C11 ii, Cammais, Ossa, lMiin-i, Wiminera King, Abbey Craig, 8.1L; Im pediment, 8.9; Freeborn, 7.-1; Lady As toria, 7.2. Handicap Pony Pace: Jenny Browu, 11.9; Coronation Day, 10.o ; Junar, v.V ; .Lady Lonsdale, 8.1'J ; ..\Liss Velocipede, 8.10; Lady Arden, 8.8; Brilliant, iviu garov, Koiuuui, 8.lj; Beryl, 8.3 ; Bonnie Alary, 8.1; Clover, 7.13; Lascelles, Una Urey, G.ll; Little Vera, L;uly Cyinro, Queen Despiseil, 0.7. Bracelet Stakes: LI 13ro, 12.12; .Ma:> .m'v, .12.7: Vodski, 12.0; Sickle, .No Trumps, 12.0; Isabel J., 11.12; Coupar, 11.!.); Jvabibinokkn, .11./ ; Abb.'y Craig, IJellert, 11.0; Hoy Casey, Ornate, 10.1-; First Scot, Dalesman, Not Available, ■10.7. Hamilton Cup: Sea Prince. 11.0; Sho riil .Muir, 9.7; W'hare, (laut Bas, 8.LI; -McCuIIocm, (-'olden Princess, 8.7 ; Dre...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT. '"V.'hcn you're ill a rafiag car at speed, keep your mouth tirjit shut." ihi.j lis tla2 ail .'ice given by "i'T'li; inr l'o!>" JCvans of tin St".d3'a'er team, who-je successes tUi; year have stamped him as the brightest star of the light-car pilots. And it is advice v huh will be.- endorsed by every oxperi'.nicd race d:dvcr. '"Keep your mouth shut," continues Evans, "because you will w.Mit to breathe now and tlun. Opening the mouth n:ainhaling easy, it is true. Cut the extreme speed of a motor car will keep you inhaling for a Ion:; lime after you want to stop, if you try to do it through the mouth. The pressure will cram your lungs, mouth and air v-a-"-'a yes : o fuM oi' air that you will c!io':e ar.d strangle. V.'e ' had a otudeba'.er-IT.uiders out one nsotnin.:• this spring in the Santa r.Ioti'ca course for pra».'ii:e. The i wind v.as blowing 50 miles an hour, accord:n? to weather revo.ts. Cn one straightaway v/c fa':cd it s.juarc iy. Tli: gaic pulk\'. ;:s...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGONY DISPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 21 April 1914

TELEuONY DISPROVED. The Bureau of Animal Industry in the United States Department of Agri culture has recently obtained data con firming Ewart's classic work oil telegony —the inllueiiee of a previous impregna tion-on .subsequent progeny. The regis tered Morgan mare Baby Gates, bred by tiie department, was bred for the first time to a Grevy //bra by artilieial im pregnation. She fo;iltd a l'eniale hybrid 011 June 2, ivi'2. At the iirst period oi' laat she was bred to the registered Mor gan stallion, I'at Murphy, and on May l-I . 19113, foaled a filly, which is an i xcellent individual of t!;e breed, and absolutely . free from any of the mark ings or other characteristics of the .zebra. Ewart's investigations with the Burchell zebra gave the same results. Ln animals which give birth to more, than one oll'spring .at a time, it is pos sible for the chara.-tei'istics of more than one male to appear in dilferenL indivi duals. Eor example, if a Berkshire sow is bred to a Duroc-.Jersey boa...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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