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MARKETS. TERANG PIG MARKET. Wednesday, 14th January, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

MARKETS. TEIIANG PIG MARKET. Wednesday, lUli January, l'JM. 495 pigs penned. Baconers.—333 for ward. Values showed a decidcd riso on closi ng sales ol' last year. Prinio bac oners, JL'3 10/ io £4 1/0; prime medium weights. Co 10/ to £'3 15/; extra prime, £3 3/ to £3 5/. Store Pigs.—A very :>bort yarding, and .competition very keen at dcc.dcdly improved rates. For ward stores, £2 ly (_0 jj-j iqj . sman stores, £2 17/U to £2 1U/G; slips, £1 10/ to £2. Next fortnightly pig sale oil Wednesday, 28 th January, 1911. | Dalgcly and Co. Ltd. report having penned 101 pigs, ol which ol were fats. They topped the market with a pen of ' eight Yorkshire baconers at £1 1/6, for Mr. .J. C. Dallimore. These pigs wore greatly admired for their breeding and quality. We sold for the following ven dors:—.Messrs. J. C. Dallimore at Sl./O; i E. Baxter at 77/0; H. MeConnell at 77/0 and 71/—20 baconers averaging 75/9; Jas. 3IcCullougli at 70/0; P. A. Tuniie at 73/0; J. Wallace at'08/ and 55/; R. Uennett ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE BY-ELECTIONS. ALL THE MINISTERS REELECTED. MELBOURN, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

ALL THE MINISTERS RE ELECTED. MELBOURN ft, Thursday. The election took place to-day of members of the Legislative Assembly for lisseudon, Prahran. and Roning, to iill the vacancies caused by Mr. W. A. Watt, the i'remier; Mr. D. MacKinnon, iho Attorney-General; and Mr. AY. Hutchinson. Min.ster for Agriculture, Accepting oflice in the new State Minis try. The following aro the results of tho polling:— ESSENDON. AY. A. Watt 0183 l'\ Keane .. 47G2 Majority for AYatfc .. .. 1421 PR AUK AN. D. MacKinnon 3G3G AY. 11. AYubbcr 2800 Majority for MacKinnon 836 BORUNG. AY. Hutchinson 1GG1 1''. McRae 1088 1 ncompleto Later.—Hutchinson's majority (in- ! -•oniplele): 1000.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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THE WESTERN BALANCE SHEETS. SOME INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

THE WESTERN BALANCE SHEETS. ❖ SOALE INTJilUiSTlNCi FlGUlUiS. Olio of the must interesting lacts I concerning the group ol' Great Western District butter lactones is the maimer in which cream j» taking the place of whole milk. Ten years ago there was liartlly a can of cream brought to a factory throughout the district. To-day j every factory receives cream, and one— the Wannambool Factory—takes noth ing else. This factory, though It pre ferred to get the whole milk, found so much cream arriving that it found that it was not worth while keeping its sepa- j rators going. >So it turned all of' its i creameries into cream receiving stations, j I have never yet met a manager who j preierred cream to milk, but tho sepa- j raloi' agents havo got the cars of tho farmers, and havo persuaded them to separate at home. If the conditions were good and the cream brought to the fa ctory every day cream would, obvi ously, be better to receive than milk. -But the experience of every manager is the...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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PORT CAMPBELL WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

! PORT CAMPBELL WEIGHTS. i ^ ' The following arc the weights for tho Port Campbell races, to bo hold. on .Monday, January 19:— Trial Stakes.—B. Burnic's Vacheron, 9.12; D. McKcnzic's Mona Kirk, 9.12; D. Love's Combo, 9.12; J. Stalford's AVillatuk. 9.12; Mitchell Bros.' Chu quisaca, 9.11. Handicap Hurdles.—B. Burnie and 1?'. Corlett's Zamar, 11.0; J. Stafford's Willatuk, 10.10; 1<\ Power's Look Out, 9.12.; It. Morris' Minto, 9.10. • Pony Kace.—'J. Timms' Machine Gun, 10.0; *\V. Murnane's Con, 9.i2; P. T. Neylon's Tjm, 9.12; J'. .Roberts' Tau rine, 9.10; Al. It. Prune's Mona, 9.5; J. Cody's Gordon, 9.5. i Port Campbell and District Handi cap.—E. D. Morris' Belair, 10.0; D. McKenzie's Sombrous, 10.0; V. S. Grayland's Lady Coil, 9.12; B. Burnio's VaeJieroii, 9.12; J. Stafford's Willatuk, 9.10; Mitchell Bros.' Chuquisaca, 9.4. Distance Handicap Trot.—P. AV. Tal lent's Irish Lad, scratch; \V. Dow's Lady Almont, scratch; G. A. Vagg's V indictjve, scratch; 0. J. Cowley's i.ady, s...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

rjlO INV*NTOH» PA 1 I R T S Obtained In Commonwealth and Else where for Improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any dascrlptiom, Foil Information, Costs, etc., a cat at •nllcatloa to A. O. SACHSE, C,fi. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Cernsr Collins and William Vta, MELBOURNE. Ho is a near-thought less man "wt* thinks only of himself. exhilarating. So great has hoe. j tlio rise In tb» price of pearls- during the last 15 yeais that it is estimated by a -writer in th* Paris "Itovuo" that a necklacc, bonghfe for £20,C-00 at the end of th« nine teenth century, might now be expect ed to fetch £200,000. "With the con stant increase of wealth, the t»1u« «•? pearls is likely to continue to increase, and a good collection tuny bo regard®*? as one of the most profitable of invest ments.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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CRUEL PLUMAGE TRADE FASHION'S TOLL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

CRUEL PLUMAGE TRADE iwsmc.x s toi.t.. Wilo'ivin:,' the lend jjiven by ih<- I'/,it- j ed S-tU'eS, ;i number of p"oo|_> gathered at the Whitehall I;.> cn:, <*i\ j Monday 'o express their a mum \d of | a Jiill ii'.i' r.ded tii Jji'<»]■ i!>:t the iiui- i tion int.) this l"nit<-.ii K';ntrdoirt "I' the ] skins u-.'l plumes of certain birds. ,sa\s "Lloyd's Weekly'' of November 2'!. Sir Hairy Johnston, tlic- fainour tr.i .vcilc-r, \vli«* presided, said if time vr-i'i: no insects, tick;;, molluscs, or worms, Uvo-third.s of the world's diseases would come to an end, and for the limitation of these pests there was no such agency so potent as birds. H" the normal proportion of birds were diminished, crops and orchards suffer ed. Farmers and fruit-.U'roWi rs of Southern Kngiand had complained of the scarcity of swallows, duo to the passion whieh prevailed in Italy and X'Yar.ce for the destruction of small birds. Hunters who worke! for the grea...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

(ENIX ASSURANCE GO. i LTD. | ESTD. 1782. ! FIRE. ACCIDENT. EMPLOYERS" LIABILITY. BOSSES PAID EXCEED £85,000,000, VoMOb bv BUSH F{RE8 And by UCHTHINQ are madt> goad by thl* Company, aqentsTwantep. TlETDJttAX 481 to 471 BOURKE ST„ j Melbourne, OALCITY A CO, LTD.. ACEMT*. Pickled Pears.—To four and u-hutf i>ounds of fruit allow one pound and •a-half ol sugar, one pint of good wine -or cider vinegar, u lit lie cinnamon, ' -and the rind of a lemon. Poet the pears, which .should he just on the verge of ripeness, halve them, and re move the cores. P.oil together the Vinegar and sugar, skimming it thor -oughiv. Put in the pears with the cin namon and iemon-vinil, and simmer over a clear fire until the fruit is ten der. Then lift out the pears anil place them in jars arid pour the hot. syrup ..-over them. After a week draiu off -the syrup, re-hoi 1 it, and again pour "It over the fruit. When cold fasten -down securely. Prent!cfi-*t., E.i*t St. Kilda. September 2, 1?13. Mr. Brin,— I, a ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 16 January 1914

In Memoriam. HILL.—In hiving memory ol' my dear husband and our dear father, William Mill, who passed away 011 the 17lh January, 1'JlU. We miss thy kind and willing hand, Thy i'uiid and earnest care; (Jur Jiomo is dark without thee, Wo miss thee everywhere. Inserted by his wile and ehildren.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. ROBERTSON & GARDNER'S REPORT. Thursday, January 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. ROBERTSON & GARDNER'S REPORT. Thursday, January 15, 191-1. Robertson & Gardner, Auctioneer. Dairy mid Farm Produce Salesmen, "Rialto," 4G8 to 474 Flinders Lano West, Melbourne, report uuder tlio above date:— Fresh Lutter.—For prime butters in good condition, demand steady. Choicest factory, llid. per lb. good to prime, lid.' to Hid.; medium, lUd. to 10id.; choico separator, 9Ad. to lOd.; good dairy and separator, 9d. to 9Jd.; mixed lots Sd. to Hid.; only a few lots inferior lower. Eggs.—Quality of ordinary .linos poor. 7.ld. to Sd.; specials and privates, Sid. to 9d. ; new laid, suburban, lOd. to lUid. • Clieose.—Market unaltered. Prime, new, largo, 5id. per lb., occasionally £>Jd.; medium to good, 5d.. to 5jd.; ; new, loaf, good to prime, 5;\d. to 5id.; semi-matured, 7d. to 7id. ; mellow mat ured to 9d. Poultry.—Supply larger and demand generally very dull; most buyers being stocked up. Young roosters, prime, G/4 to 71 per paii1: extra pr...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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MARKETS. TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, [?] January, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

' TEKAiN'G STOCK MAltKET. i .Monday, l^li Jamuu-y, 11)1-1. ; cat Jo anil G:-'J .v:lvj> yarded. i-'al Caul:-.-- ] ii l.Ji v.ard. Furjill cki-vst's of Kits ct.iui)ctiu..ii wa.j acijVf ai iully laio raa in .-.i i|ual.i;. i.i many la-itaiice*. ,-iuiv. .n;f a tnivaucu. i'ruiio i'ai 1 cr.w.s. il»/ lo X'i 10 : ^ood, C-j 10, to j -() •> ; iU. - i 1e;>v.ia.'ili .Ut ■) ; h^ni- ; w.iiii.L l;uU:;ck> u> Dairy Cattle.-- i i1 or IiujL de.-A'i'iptiu:;:s a demand j ; ruivu ai laic raiw. JJcsC autumn Jivi ; ii rs. .iJ-j 10. to i(j o, ; oi-ara id L7: ciiivr.s i'roiu i'-i. Store C'attio.—A keen ; ileiuaml at iully late raus. I\ns ol ' jA.jud 1'rallied -eow.s, wvll bred, L-i 10 to '• vl 16;; covii wiiii calve* ai loot to : i/; iix-sk conditioned cows from t;i • to i'l 5/; old and interior i'roiu 1/ii. i Youny Cattle.—ALurket unaltered. «'wo 1 year old keil'ers, station bred, JJo; potl . (.lies to £2 5;'. Siieep.—A very you.i market; values quite up to late rales. Two tootli wethers, lat, ...

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PRINTING OFFICE RAIDED. SIX MORE ARRESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

riiintixi; ok'h'k k aided. SIX :\10i.:K A If H lOS'l'S. , ' ..Mr. Williams, a Labor member ol tlie Hand .Mun.cipal Council, was arrested [ to-day iu eouueotiou jvitii jlio strike, ! On Saturday evening a leaflet eu ! tilled "The Strike Herald" was ;irc l '• lilted freely in i'returia. Its contents wviv or sucli a nature that tho police ' in.';)unded ilie oliiees where it; was1 ; pri!!ic"l and arrested live men at work i ! tin :v. 'J"!.- constables took possession 'ui l <■ -ee.;iid number 01 "Tlie Strike iit r::.■ I." u'>:ich v.a.s almost ready lor - prii: _ n^. ; >:e live men were placed in i i y;*"5- . 1

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ENGINE-HOUSE BLOWN UP. TWO MEN HAVE NARROW ESCAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

' EiN(JINE-HO USE BLOWN Ul5. . TWO MEN HAVE NAIillOW ESCAPES, j A dastardly outrage, which partially achieved its purpose, was committed on Saturday night. i Tnis w;is an attempt to blow up the cugine-housc at the Vugcisiru is Estaios gold mine, with its inmates. Tlio cage containing a sk,pman was being lowered when a package wa,s thrown through (he w.iuion' of tho tug.lie iiou.-e. The engine driver did not notice the ni .-vie at irst, bat a .-eeond or two later a burning /use attached t.i n annicLed his atteuiion. li.s presence c! mind .saved his own iile and liiat of the man descending tin: mine, Slopping the engine to save the hkijima:!. made [or tue door, through which lie had hardly passed when a lei'rili.- explo.-.nn nceuii'ed Tile iilij creant escaped without leaving a true in assi.-i. the pnlice in establish,ng i.is .'deutily.

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QUIET ON THE RAND. POLICE NOW UNARMED. PRETORIA RAILWAYMEN RESUME A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. JOHANNESBURY, Sunday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

I QUIET ON THE WO. | POLICE NOW UNAltJlEl). j PRETORIA ItAlLAVAYMEN RESUME i ■ . j A DASTARDLY OUTRAGE. JOI1ANNESBURY, Sunday Njglit. J.no utmost quiet aucl good order pre , vails in Johannesburg and the lfeef. j The police have now dispensed with arms, but armed seutries still remain at all ralway (stations, bridges, and so forth. ! Late this evening the railway running , stalf at Pretoria decided to resume at 1 Mice. A number of iirehien and engino ' drivers signed on to start work with ihe guards at nine in the morning. Tin: workshop employes at Pretoria have not decided yet whether tney ». ill go back. It is considered that some of them, at least, will follow tne example ol' the running stalf. The Tailors' and Painters' Unions W ere allowed to hold meetings at the Trades iiall to day, after they had given guarantees to tkp martial law authorities.

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CAULFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

I 0AULF1ELB I1A0EB. Tlio races at XhuillieUl on Saturday i resulted as follows:— Hurdle Kaee.—-Widden (McGrogor), ! 1 ; Tho Majestic Nut, 2] Domiuiciau, 3. j Seven starters. ) JJobtiiij^: 7 to 4 The; | Majestic Nut, 5' to 2 Widden. Won by | thvee-quavters ol' a length. Time: 3.50-;i. 1 | Trial.—Coolamatoiig (Turner), 1; j Kurrakar 2 : Wigneth. 3. Ten starters, i Betting: G to 4 on the winner./AVon I by a length and a half. Time: 1.1G. , j Anniversary Handicap.—Atora (Lam jbert), .1; Wallalo, 2; Sylvanmore, 3. j Ten starters. Betting: 2 to 1 "Wallalo, ! 4 to 1 Atora. Won by a head. Time: ! 2.222. ! Steeplechase.—The Guide (McGregor) |1; Fosterton. 2; Pinprcss, 3. The Guide i won by three lengths. Koops on Fos • terton lost a stirrup three lengths from | lionie. Time: 3.54. i Holidays Stakes.—Savannah (J. Hig ■ gins), 1; Kantvga, 2: Ci'ucis, 3. Eleven starters. Betting: 5 to 2 Uantyga, 7 to 2 the winner. Won by two and a halt lengths. Time: 1.9. Toowoonga Handicap.—Tho Beggar Maid (Fo...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

S m, JEKK8PIS, UNDERTAKER, rK K AZs ('I A N 1) C A.M p].; I{ D 0 \vN TKK:»N«, CaMI'KKIKWN oc. District. AT YOUU CONSTANT SKRVICK DON'T FOKGH'l In llii:; p:utintl:ir line of business. Nmv in Sine!;, ;i ]:ui,ro .iiui most com plete raii^e of Caskets, both plain niid polished wood to choose from. Finish ed co.npleie in Two Hours Notice. I'tice, Oualiiy of Work :md Finish Unsurpassed. Dircct personal Super vision. Art Cabinet Work, Upholstering, Frcnch Polishing. niUiru liepr.iml ami iveiiovated equal to new, Address — Sauna St., Tcrangi Opp. Cu operatiw Timber 1'iinls, 1 lluUO AO. 7 ^ \ n-T^r-r :^r> -cjyrra re WALL PAPERS. Wo liavo Just Landed, Direct", From England and Amorjca, —a cu:-.iijbi';i'K assoiu.uent of— I'APi'.UilAiNGlAGS, _ Comprising over Two 'lliousand Piecea ol' Uio iNewest Designs and Colournigs in —PLAIN and PRINTS U GOODS. - —Prices: From -Id. to -/o per lloll.— Inspection Invited. P A I N T S— In Shades to Maicli any Paper Selected. - S-i'AlNS, POLISHES, Etc., FORr...

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BOWLING. PENNANT COMPETITION. TERANG v. PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

BOWLING. PENNANT COMPETITION. TERANG v. .POUT FAIIIY. A pennant match was played at Ter ang on Saturday last between teams of Terang and Porfc Fairy bowlers. The visitors bad an easy win by 121 points to 97. Following aro tbc scores :— i , PORT FAIRY. | Rink No. 1: Bailey, Keating, l'res- 1 nell and Jackson (capt.) ...... 31 Rink No.2: Robertson, Gordon, Orr i and Reidy (capt.) 42 Rink No. 3: Tyler, Hill, Moloney i and Grant (capt.) .. 15 Rink No. 4: Northoy. Evans, Andy i and Haymog (capt.) 30 Total 121 TBRANG. Rink No. 1: Cold well, Bradshaw,. Burnet and Tippett (capt.) .... .25 Rink No. 2: Houston, Richmond, Jones and Breton (capt.) 11 Rink No. 3: Hibbert, Davy, Mau rice and Ivuclis (capt.) 42 Rink No. 4: Nehill, Gordon, Car- j son and Ince (capt.) JS j Total 97 i ■ i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

i :-"v '• - TAKE CARE OF YOUR PROPERTY, AND IT WILL TAKE -CARE OF YOU. Use a " Worth-While " Paint In a Painting Job, Labor costs morothan tho Paint: therefore use S Gonuino and Durable Paint, and youwill Savo Labor. AEON BRAiMD IS THE BEST ON THE MARKET. It is Sold in a Great Variety of Suitable Shades l'«r Houses and Implements by Termig© oisrrFeT Oo^opera11ve BcoiW, Limited"

Publication Title: Terang Express
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WAR[?]OOAL RACING CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

SUMMER MEETING. The iimiUai Summer meeting of toe Warniambool 1{acing Club was hold on Saturday' last and was well attended, tho recciptg showing an increase of £-30 as compared with those of tho previous Summer meeting. Following aro tho details of tho racing:— TRIAL HANDICAP. Of 25 sovs. Six furlongs. 'J'. Cannody's b h King Kirk, by Fal kirk—Oracle, -1 vr.s., 9.0 (P. Per rott) • 1 G. 1?. Patterson's br or blk m Tioga, 5 yrs., S),0, claimed 3 lbs., carried 8.11 (0. Grace) 2 W. Lindsay and G. J. Officer's ch m Ornate (imp.), 5 yrs., 7.5 (S. A. Benco) 3 Alex. Brown's br m Olympic, 3 yrs., 8.5 (S. G. Thomas) '.. 0 R. A. 13. Hood's br f Bouquetjre. 3 ' yrs., 7.13 claimed 5 lbs., carried 7.8 (L. Tinsley) 0 Tiios. iUciveliar's b g Wynne, 5 yrs., 7.13 (Li. J. Connelly) 0 J. D. 'Whitehead's br f Cudgee, 3 yrs., 7.12 (H. Armstrong) ,. .. 0 A. J. Staughton's cli'm Miieme, 3 yrs., 7.10 (J. Woods) ..' 0 R. J. -McDonald's ch m Erin's Hope, .0 yrs., 7.5 (A. Doyle) 0 J. J. MeKemia's eh- m Silt, ...

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TOWARDS ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

TOWARDS ARARAT. i Louis suddenly says, "look tluTe!" an 1 1 see Ararat ! Oil, it is v. oiv.lor fiil as it rises out of this great low pl;iin. We L-tand up in our carriage in our excitement, and simply ga-:c and craze. I have setn so many beautiful things, but now I thin!: that Ararat is the loveliest tiling in Nature that can be conceived. it is so full of feeling, and ouu feels it 'j.';e. one does a human being. We are gradually descending to thi:i wonderful valley of tho Araxes, and we can stc the litile town of Rrivan, which surprises us by its heauty. For we were told by everyc.no not to go to Krivnn, it being ;u:<h a dull, ugly, dry little place, and it is really the nio-d. lovely a per fect garden ol flower.-. and fruits, and all along the river U:l! po;;iars risi up into the .sky. 7.ovely Iale-hhie birds l'it about, looking a.-: cf they h.id fallen from tlu s'.;y, an !' in the sunset li' hfc their -.vir. ... rh,.n • opali esc".nr. colours and i ll us v. i'h joy. V&...

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HEYTESBURY SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 20 January 1914

HEYTESBURY SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, J A XL'AH V U.; Present.: The Prescient (Cr. Xeylon), ar.d Crs. Siuuginoii. Ellis. Andrew.-^ iiowkcr, Underwood, liowlott. Lord, ;li"i .MacKenzie. COli K EiPUXDKXCE. L'roni Hoard of Health, enclosing code of rules ior guidance 01 cemetery ind ices.—.Received. i' l'oJll lJjl- J' iuM'-o.j and Gallic ! I - nieut, .stating it liad obtained a skin i.f a brush kangaroo or wallaby, .similar to the one complained <>■ by Uk- C:tu u.-.l, which was not .subject t-j an,1,' restrictive regu.auon in the .'.'ay oi protection. It, was understood t!ie.:o animals wo.o a source' of annoyance to farmers on account of ciestruet.oii of crops ;iucl graces. A number of iantu-m in ihc i'oii Campbell dh>irict had petitioned tlio Chief St'i'ivtary against i.ie Coun cil's proposal lo protect those an;inais. but 111 mvor of the protection of ine forester or old man kangaroo, and the i\el bellied and black ta:led waiiaby.. nei ther of which venture near the "...

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