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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

'F.TARANTO, Fruiterer and —-HIGH STREET, TERANG. \ LL CHOICEST FRUITS in Season. 1\ The Best Imported and Colonial (JO.\FECI iONERY :ilways on hand. (July iIn; very bust SOFT DRINKS and CORDIALS kept in large variety. Groat V strict v 0;' CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and FANCY BOXES Just Arrived. Everything Stoekcd is the Wry Host. NOTE MY ADDRESS. AND PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. MECHANICS FRUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' 0o-op3rat!V3 P-'oikss Sampan UmltGcl DESIRE to Intimate to Farmers in the Surround In;; D'.«tr!-.:t that they have arranged to MARKET FARM PRODUCE during th0 forthcoming season. OK't)!",i!S are now iveoived for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. A BRANCH OFFICE lias heen open ed at Royal Chambers. ..vcplcr Street. \\ arniambool. nnd-T tlie management I.f MR. .1. J. ORR. HEAD OEFfCE: r,7 KT.VG STREET. MELBOURNE. TEliAN(i REPR ESENT AT IVES: OO-OPhRATIV? .SOCIETY, Tora:^. Fit Bronehal CJc-nccbs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure; 1/6.* Curo; 1/G. *•*

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRIGKET. THE MARSHALL TROPHY. GLENORMISTON v. KOLORA. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

GRIGKET. THE MARSHALL TROPHY. • GLENORMISTON v. KOLORA. The above competition was advanced another stage on Saturday, when Kol ora travelled to Glenormiston. The day was an ideal one for erickct. C. Clifford won the toss from It. Crawley and elected to bat. With five wickets down for 95 Kolora closed their innings, W. McConnell getting top score with , 34 not out, got hy good cricket all round the wicket. Iv. McCrabbo 1-1, C. Holmes 12 not out, and ltay Gault 10 also batted well. It. Crawley took all liv0 wickets for 23 runs. Glenormis ton replied with 37, T. Crawley with 18 being the only one to make any stand against the bowling of McConnell and Maskell. Scores:— KOLORA. W. Maskcll, b It. Crawley 4 W. l lolmcs, b It. Crawley .. _1. .. 7 It. Gault, c G. Crawlov b It. Craw lev 10 A. Podgr-r. b It. Crawley K. MI'Crabbo, c W. Bax'tor b It. Crawley 14 W. McConnell, not out 34 C. Holmes, not out .. 12 Sundries . .. 9 Five wickets for 95 (Innings declared closed.) Bowling.—R. Crawley, li...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIRE OF HAMPDEN. MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

SHIRE OF HAMPDEN. MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1014. Present: Crs. V. McDowall, E. J. ■ Iveiiy, J. Brmlshaw, S. G. Black, J. C. j Man.iold, H. A. Curric and J.L. Currie. ; CORIlESPOXDENCi-l. j From G. Collie, Toning, .staling that for many years past the <>llie?r whose iuiv .t is lo remove rubbish from house uoiders' \y.irds 'had taken away, the ' *:*.;a:i leather scraps, old boot half Miles, -.ic. from li s premises. A month r so ago ho discontinued doing this, and gave as an explanation that he was not dirictcd to remove this sort of rubbish. The stuif could only be burn ed in a furnace, and then the smell would be a nuisance. He would he glad to know wheti.er t.ie slass of rubbish he had mi'iit oned v. a, .-upposed to be re moved by tk(> Council's otncer.—Council removes only household refuse. From G. \V. Dowling and 13 other residents of Darlington and district, j asking the Council, in conjunction with the Mori lake Shire Council, to place a footbridge across the Kinu C...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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NOTHING SERIOUS. WHAT DID SHE MEAN? [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

I^OTHiriG SERIOUS. ~t WHAT DID SHE MEAN? "Miss Elhel is a long time com ing down," said the youth to the r-i rvant, after waiting some time for In2 yo',::;;; lady's appearance. he added, with a laugh, ' • .-i i--he is making up her mind (o srco me or not." • . u," s.ud the servant, with an icy • "it iin't her mind she " is ::i nj up."

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

I EYESIGHT. Mr, S. B ABOTOMEY, F-.-i.mv Spencer Optical Institute, h-i.utv \ .utorian Optcal Association, Si GUI SPECIALIST AND EXPERT OPTICIAN, Will Pay his NEXT VISIT to the Dis trict as under:—. Warrnambool: Thursday, January 15, ai Commercial Hotel. IKKANbi: All Day En day. January 16, in Wneatsneai: Hotel. CanipeidownSaturday, January 1/, at Loura Ho Lei. .\iuitlako: Erom 10 to li on Sunday, January 18, at Mac's Jetoiel. Woorndoo: Eroni i to 6 on Sunday, January IS, at Woorndoo Hotel. Lake iSoiao: All Day Monday. January I'J, at Lake iiolac Hotel. The J'-ycs Examined and tlio SiglH Tested means ol tlio Opntlialmoscope and Uei.noscope, on tlio ijaLest Scien LllC Pl':II'JipleS. Sull'erers lroin Defective Vision sliould — in uieir own interest—always consult a Kepuuiljlo Optic.an. liy calling on .NIK. AbUTU-VI lil. Clients gam the auvaiuago oi Ins long and successlul experience. DEMTAL. VV. A. PAKRAMOKt, U).s.,b.i>.5 DENTIST, TERANG. 11. PARRAMOllE may bo Consulted at liis Room...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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CORRECT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

CORRECT. 'i In following lin.:i the merit of be ing true. An ofiiccr of the county authorities, v.lio ivq now entrusted '.vith the coUfdini; of the do - t.xx, had entered in a e-er'ain inquiry iorn. r.:s;KCt ir.g a (log in.-ir.a >o —" Dog dead." rihis ay.wcnlly did n, t s\ii. 'h head of ii't: oiTi'-e, ho < ..>ij his ■■■.r./ 'o n re ji .ain. Tiiis the dt-c::<• n <;'.•••:»• did, rccoidin- some •'nvi th; lir-st entry. still '• ■ . a. a . (•!' o-i. -a'i'l the fi • I *" 0- did jo s o hiui i: • ih.s woman's di.-sruisc'?'' "i happened to see laim sit down," re;>l;\.d the detcctivc, "and noticed that he gave his skirt a little twitch with both hands, as if tc keep it ha/;<r:n? at the knees. Thai I nab bed him." A rar-hfi;l g'. ntlenian who i ~ 1 ted a school kert by a yo'.:ng lady was asked by the teacher to say a few words to the pupils. This was his • spccch "Scholar.--, I hope you will always 1'oi'e yov.r school and your teacher as muc...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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MR. MARCUS ST.JOHN & MIS[?] IRMA CARON. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

Mli. MARCUS ST.J0HN4* i IRMfl GABON. NI Tiii.s evening in the Public Ha" ^ above talented company will make t£, JU. appearance. Crowded hou.-« 1 ' J greeted .Mr. St. .John and | Caron wherever they have a lip1''11'p the entertainment is Uriglii aud 1 ^ -r' tu ning. 3l'r. St. John, the rone'J, _ elocutionist, gives ■•The ChVf Carol" and other items pit i:; a host in hinis-'lf. _Mi>^ Lnna -s,\ !-s acknowledged by both press ni'J •'* ~ lie one of the greatest sopranos r the Western District. Her singu-o*• rs created quite a sensation wiicvc\<-r , company ha> appeared. It is a cos^ v thing for her to receive live c1'1 r-..>j nightly. Madame Leon Citron, t*0 ' eoinpl.shed pianiste, will prc^xlo a" ^ piano. Patrons aro advised not to1, "t the chance of hearing the^o -s The prices are 3/, 2/ and 1.'. »!l(l 'y, ^ is no extra ehargo for booking- ; ^ box plan is at A. W. Smith's. ; \

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STATE PREMIER'S VIEWS. MATTER FOR PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

STATE PREMIER'S VIEWS. MATTER FOR PREMIERS' CON FERENCE. In refer en co to the recommendations oi Mr. ii. AV. Osborne for tho improve ment of rho butter export trade, tub fatato i'remier remarked that, ho had met Air. Osborne and other representa tive men interested in the butter trade, when Jio was m England, and from vuab iio had gathered tlio views cx pivssed by .Ur. us borne were' very gener ally held by tho.;o who knew most about the conditions of tho market at the other end. Ho (.Mi1. \Y a It) hoped to submit to tho forthcoming Premiers' Conference tho question ox "establishing a cLrect steamer service to some oi! tho outer liriush ports. As far as ho was able to gather. Australian uutter was iiardl}- known in the northern parts of England. Danish producers appeared to have capiurod the market; but ho saw that tnei'e was a wido hold to com pete for, which would bring Australian producers considerable prolit, if the cjtaics .succeeded in getting their sliaro ol I"ho trade. A bi...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

R. DEVERfcLL, —SADDLE and HARNESS MAKER — ILIGII STREET, TERANG. (Next Bvookman and Co.) IN Thanking tho Public for past sup« port, be^s to draw attention to his Lartio and Well-assorted Stock of SADDLES. HARNESS and STABLE REQUISITES. S.ngle and Double Harness of all descriptions <>n hand and Mado to Order. A Lurfif Assortment of Bridles, Bits, Stirrup Irons, etc., etc. —R EPAIR S CL' all kinds Neatly Executed on the Shortest Notice. HIil Trll-Wj HASKDRES ING SAi 00ft. R. DEVERELl TI AIRDRESbE R, INTIMATES that owing to the increasing trade, ho has Engaged tho Services of a COMPETENT ASSIST ANT. Customers can depend on secur-" in<; Prompt Attention and a Good Shave or Hair-cut. A LARGE TOOK OF FANCY GOODS AND SMOKERS' REQUISITES. . i. W &ilA\ ii'S i -rar,\( Fancy b - os £» ill L>» '' 'I '• > 'TAI'loWiJi AN'lj M£\\> » v^ent for F. II. BRUNNLNb, man; also G. BRUNNING & SON, Nurserymen, St. Kilda. —A'i— •.OWEST POSSIBLE PRICED i w. s (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

For C'rldren's Hacking Cough at Xight: Woods' Great Peppermint j ; ure.—1/6.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BUTTER TRADE. VIEWS OF THE CHIEF INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

THE BUTTER TRADE. of Tiji-; chief ixspeckm. Mr. R- Crowe, Cnier Inspector of lixports lor the Agricultural depart ment, agrees that tho report on tho butter export trade, which lias been prepared by Mr, il. \\ . Upborne, maua, j-vi" oi me \Vesieni Dioirict Co-operative Company, is an interesting eontnbutio i t;*i Liic oiUijeji generally, i lie backward i drill described in the report, Mr. Crowe :-a.d, had been noted, and attention had been drawn to it lor .several years, both :u annual report.* and in addresses de livered at conier^nces ol lactoiy mana gers liy n.iiiseii ami the junior lii^pecuji oi uairy protiuce, ti'e eau.se and rcmo d.ai imVuivs required be.ng indicated i-.'pe;: Le-!iv, .Mr. L'roWe mentioned as tin intav.-t.nV fact that in lt-M thojm p.dc.s <>t margarine into tho United jv.n^.iom totalled 1,270.1-10 cwt., whilst uu. uT imailed i,0io,iol e-ivt. I p to :;<ia> ilio increase in butter imporu had K-.-pt pace v. iill tho grow.ng demand, ;:n ...

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MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. ROBERTSON & GARDNER'S REPORT. Thursday, January 8, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. RUiiERTSON & GARDNER'S iaOPORT. Thursday, January S. 191-1 Fresh Btuter.-—For prime butters in goad coiid.t;on demand steady. Choicest factory, liM. per lb. ; gooil to prime, lid. to 11-iil.; medium, IUd. to ilMd. ; choice .separator, ii.UI. u> lOd. ; good da.ry and .separator, <Jd. to 9i»l.; mixed lots, Sd. to &Jd.; only a few inferior lols lower. Kggs.—Qii;:iity of ordinary lines poor, "id. io yd. ; i-peu.nis and privates, SAd. \o l)d. ; new ];iid, .suburban IUd. to lU!d. (Jlu'c.so.—I\surkct unaltered. 'Prime, n. w. large, 5Ad. per ib., occasionally o.;d. ; med.inn to good, od. t<> ."i'jd. ; new, loaf {iouil to prime, 5.-UI. i<i i5J<l.; stmu simuired, 7d. to 7\d.; mellow matured to i)d. Pouilry.—Supply limited ; prime young bird* lit lor table in demand, and bolter enquiry for medium vane t.e.s. Young roosters, prime, 0,-1 to 7/ per pair; medium to good. -1; to (>>5; .small to medium, ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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MARKETS. MORTLAKE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

fvlAit&O'S. • - - <r MORTLAKE SiOCK REPORT. j McDonald and ISrumk-y report having j hoici ineir usual icrtnigimy sale cm Wcuuesday last, when a largo yarding J L-aiuu lonvard. 'lucre was a good at- I wituiiiictf oi buyers, and tnrouguoufc the 1 saie competition was bnslt, ami all bold ao iulu good market rates. ' We quo to: jjas crossbred e>vos, lU/(i to lV/O; t'a& ax-si bred woihers, 4-tootli, 1(J/; iab conicbacK owes, lU/6, 11/ to 12/0; como oacii wotuers, i yrs., la/0; crossbred ewes, 2 '6 una -1 yrs. old, 12/0; crossbred weiners, 4-iooth, i4/tj; l'at lambs, -iS/lx, io/0, liS/4 to 16/1. Cattle: I'm* liglrb we.gii& buhocks, 1.(3 7/0; lab hoii'ers, sz5 iU/, a-o 1</U; fat cows, ai-±, £4 "J/, £y to , iO 1U/; bails, JSiS 2/. \Vo mauo sales for iUer»rs. J. lueuully, j. Cross, A. Cross, \V. JlcLaucliian, J. Melvdie, J. x..uibuni, W. jN'oei, it. l^inlayson, A. jj'iiiiayoon, J. iucDonaid, \V. ■ JS. At ri val, Jas. lleard, J. 11. Barnes, J. ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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THE BLOODROUND. TRACKS, BUT NEVER ATTACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

THE BLODOi'jGO^D. TRACKS, BUT NEVER ATTACKS. The bloodhound is sometimes eallcd (ho sleuth-hour, i, and it is the lar gest vanicty viii.h lrint by scont. j ') ho nialo weighr. -from So to 100 I o ;n(I.--, nr.'l the fen-ala from Go io 110 j o .mis. Tii?" vary in hci;-ht I from 23 lo 27 measured fit. j 11)3 shoulder. Tiw colour Ihojo do:::; ii black -nl trn, brown ov'ii";-" colour; d. ;v. a >;o:net>.-if s (an ilcc'.:-.d j v.i'.h v.bilo or bad,>;rr eo'.uur d hairs, j lie iTO'vably ov.c:j 1:1 j re;>.!' al:e:i U; hi:- be.• int bvfn used lo lv nl mm. : ; A re ii'oj:1!;:.":;.! v.hrn Vc ha-' rr. ilia man do:s n-.L worry him to d a!.h. hut runs to him to bo fon-il d, or bays tliut i'j, "tan!." and bar lis. Ill's is Ui3 slatemeufc of an autho •i .y on the bloodhound, who also .•ays that the dogs used in the t'ouiheni States to hunt slaves were fo-vbornds, and not bloodhounds, and •the fj":.ho' nls on sccnb arc much more ferocious than the bloodhound. The tlo Abounds 1:0.v used in ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

EO:..L .J Aj • vi:: A-!« iai'lo. Fremantlo \ •, ; v i,;b.> (>".»• India), Egy)t. d Ply Nap Toulon, Gibraltar, and I.e.iv:-. : Arrive .-'l o'lT.'--1 I.' "(ji'Il a;,: ;r 18 A;;:! : If A:.-'.}' Ij Pub 23 .M,- 4 _ .Mar ;S Apr 1 [ Apr =5 .May 9 \i .1 \ 24 J:n:u 7 (ui.e 21 tv(i 0:1 application. ■Iva".:!'!. or Utic-iiicss -Trips • -on the' tt to I'VcJiiaiulo, Adelaide, Sydney Brisbane quot/ed oil application. Ik> local A. i.nmis will supply Cireu fnnher information on applica aiiv i'.Tl n;;iy he }:-!* ■ro. D. L. DOWDELL, Branch Manager. Collins Sircc-t, Melbourne. GEO. atkins. Terang. . , ; •. ■: v There.':<;■ i . Ji., Si,-.»r.K-rs of the Orient; Line arc 1 Dilern and up to date ike- safety'and comfort carried in nil Classes. a-rnnii!!oilaiioti. Slcopi Jg ■ I\oo!i!~. Dock aceonimo :i anil Online ?. specialty. cnwl World Ra'cs via Canada, States, Japan, or South Africa ^ ,, .j,. ^ rBAP.HTSTER & SOLICITOR. i-RIGII STREET. TERANG. roo-iio Monf.'iotnery & Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

I A, <JEim!€&PJS, | 1 UNDERTAKER, | |TE R A NG A N D t: A M I' K K i) 0 WN ft I (..'ampi;:;! uwn & Distkict. ^ | AT YOUU CONSTANT SKRV1CE | j DO.\T K'iK'GK'l | jrj In \\u< j»:i: t'ctii iino 'if l>u*iucs-\ i |£ Now in Stork, » l.i»o .,«.«! 'n'-s* c«> picii' i'l C.i-kr s. i.otii j-lnsi ■ polibllt-a a "(iii l-» o'X) >3<; f-'Wn i"* i :i i — i i - s eO coLji.i;c:e i>. I'-.v . 11 u:s .W.uee Price, 0'it'i V "f Wisri; .nni I'i isn f: UliotJ: p - C'i I) ' rt/L Sll.'ur- k u-.n ' • Ej Art Ciibiiu-l \Yi;r-.. LTpli<> su-rinp, | Fn nrli L'o.isiiiiif; jij r nituro ii< puiri'd and lii?novnteil jj iuai in iit'w, Li S Address- Bayne St., iorar.g:? Oj;p Cu opi'i-iitiV'' t'iinht-r YiirJs, | •>. 7o 1'ctai.'.; £ WALL PAPERS. Wo Have Just Landed, Direct From Englunii ami Ainer;ca, —A CU.Ui'bhlii ASbUiU.wlvVf 0F i'Ai'jjlvliAiN li i.\ u Compns.ng over Two 'Inuiuaiid Pieceo oi liio Aewesl Deigns and Colour.ngs in -PLAIN ...

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IDENTIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

IDENTIFICATION. *"It way all over a r-hnple penalty kick, and, ;',rov.:in~ more end more heated, the rival ca'.ua'ns were wrangling, heedless of th2 referee's presence and authority. "You're a fool," ahrie'-red the cap tain of tlie Waste Ground Wander ers. ".And you're a liar," roared the cap ta n of the Mu<l?ruk Koniails. '! I13 referee turned and addressed (he respective teams : "Now that the captains have iden tified each other," said he, as lie got hold of the ball, "we will proceed with the game."

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CROESUS AND CINDEREILA. RICH MEN WHO MARRY POOR MAIDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

CROESUS AND C1MDERELL"\. men MEN WHO MARRY POOR MAIDENS. Ca: ill is in his happiest reosd v. li: n ho i • bringing the million lire an i his ir.oai'y-hass to «hi fx-t of p. a k I.caaty, or dandling the coroiut of a peeress before ilic eyes cf tlie ;ra'd of low degree ; r.n.l f.o it has ever i>fcn since—and pro', ably Ion; 'iei'ors—K.in^ Cophctua went a-wooin^ j his 1 e£j;ar-maid. >"o year passes with.vat l.rinsln-; j r.air.c such romance in its tra'n, in ; v. hieh wealth or ran!:—or l;o:h—iir.d j ! ils mate :n romc mai'.dcn v.-Iiohi : olo ! (lower i>j a.pretty fare or a wit- ' chcry of mann?r. t is not. h ii ; : Kin?e P.Iiss I'avtor, :liild of i> V.hi'.e- • chapcl glntto. was led to (he al tar in the State of Connecticut i>y J.fr. J. O. Phelps Stores, a l.Titlo- •' !.;:'oo!ii with as many mill ic lis as he has i'n;:,crs on his hartlr.;. Ihe daughter o: Polish Jews, whoso pretty tinkers had done i:o better-paid work than that of cign etlemaking in a C.'Ievclan.l iliii1...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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The Terang Express AND HAMPDEN AND MORTLAKE ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1914. GERMANY'S VAULTING AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

Cbe Ceraisg express! AND ,! HAMPDEN AND MORTLAKE ' ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement-." TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 191-1. GERMANY'S "VAULTING AMBITION. "Willi nations, as with individuals, it is possible for vaulting ambition to overleap itself, and fall; and at the., moment wo appear to be in process of witnessing something ol' that nature in relat.on to the German Empire. That ' usually well-informed European critic, j who signs himself "Excubitor," analyses \ for us the effect ■ upon tho Kaiser's Empire of a curious succession of unto- j ward international happenings, and ! some equally strango miscalculations bv j the Emperor and liis Chancellor. lAu' j nearly half a century Germany has j thrived upon the dread which her n'i'i tary might inspired, and six or seven years ago slio held tho hegemony of Europe m virtue of her own strength and tho support- of her allies of tho Triple Alliance, It was then that site ma...

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[?] [?]DE BY BRITISH C[?]EMISTS. ESSIR BEATEN BY ONLY [?]REEE MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 13 January 1914

fiU0B»:.R r \DE BY BRITISH C EP/iSSTS. : : ES30R BEATEN BY OK\Ar VviaEE MONTHS. ' •I ij mi>.i>u!.T"i.s!re in laboratories o! I'iis bwr announced by Pro .'trv v.. .(]. Perl;in, P.lt.S., son ,j.; William Pcrkin, tb3 n: ercr- of aniline dyes. ; r dv:Mii.;rg. tbo history of the ii* every U.c i'rofessor related quite c .---Jii :><'o l>; f hcmiral rcscarch. He io\'. 'lcv-v, at tie end of 190!), Mr. K ?i :!.!■■• -H: H'irango, of Messrs. H'.: nil •;(.> a a 3 i.l ;ahani. technical re pmuJi iu •. headed by Dr. Mat l:l«r u. i.tvi siudy of lha synthetic pr-.i;:tir.ik>ii rubber. Professor re:--.;>i ; * as himself attcrv/ards ap prf»..-.chcd. tcr Sir William Uam &.y ?iv: :l the >;-roup as consultant, v,Uh Profe-or Fernbacli, of the Pas t*»r institute iu Faris. 'it J siy. L'J came an inlcsrcsting cpis-sc^ ir> ill's •:{v.est of modem al chpiny. Tn. 'i'reufissor Parkin?' words: ?!n.vlhswtf had left ir-oprsne (a n ii-a'.Ki Inch is a fanily re i' of :T;.-r...

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