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TRADES HALL SIEGE. CHARGES AGAINST LABORITES FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

THADISS HALL SIEGE. CIIAHCKS AGAINST LAB01UTES I FAIL. I'iw oi the men who were besieged in tin- .lohamio.-imrg Trades Hall, were to <|;ly invented in a police court to ans v.*i t charges of having resisted and nliMiii' itd ihe police during the at ir:ii]iir(l ra.'d on ili,■ J-Iall a- week ago. DrUrtive .Mclin'de gave evidence that <!«•»• oi ilie Trades Hall was slammed I in iii- lac. ;i!id holted. A man inside ;m!h:! « revolver at him through the gla-.* pane! oi ihe door, and ordered h in ;<> clear out. ( uiuiM/1 lor accused argued that the l"ili •• -iiuiiM have asked for admission in ihi' name oi the King. The public pin-, cih.ir admitted that- this was not u<ui<\ inn he thought that it was clear 'ui.i; i!i.' occupants were resisting the liie magistrate. in dismissing the ilaiiii'-. .siid that McBride clearly iii'am to enter without saying who lie •an-: nevertheless the occupants of the ilnll had behaved foolishly. It would...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AFRICAN GENERAL STRIKE. DECLARED OFF. UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE." MINERS TO RESUME. JOHANNESBURG, Wed, Night. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

cnilTH AFRICAN GENERAL b STRIKE. declared off. • iXTIL FURTHER NOTICE." MIXERS TO RESUME. lOHAXX-KSBURG, "Wed. Night. Tlii'iv :s evorv indication that tne | •,^in-trial'situation in South Africa will! 'liorily be restored to its normal condi ' Tlio ik-w executive of the Federation . Trades ]](■!<! a secret meeting this !'<• ,ni<on. and decided to declare the i'^ra! strike oif as from Thursday, v'"!iilicant addition: "Unti1 •m — r .. t-irllk'i' 111'1'C''. l'ri>,r 10 '-'l" 1!KK'l'"o the Federa 'Kw ctiiive to-day, several ballots .".iv hi'W aiinmsf the .strikers owing to l''at t'!L> "l>-n'01,s °f tlio rank i^UlVW- changing and that staunch ■'•.'hiIk'T- l'"- uni°»s v'ei'o being vic •'f'i'u tin""".-'1 t,R,'r lo.valty. v'iikvuiij: of S7 delegates, represont niin. and ten members oi the \iTiur->' .\^m-.:atioii. including Messrs. in'oai'V i l'r.-.-itlont) and 'loin Mathews ,y. Si-ci\ lai'y) was held this even .I;,' liv |. (in of the authorities, ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY MAN FOUND DEAD. FOUL PLAY STRONGLY SUSPECTED. [?]ULLET WOUNDS IN HEAD. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

S\!)NEY MAN FOUND DEAD. J-'Ol'L i'LAY STKONG'LY SUS PECTED. lil'LLET WOUNDS IN HEAD. LONDON. Wednesday. i ... dead body oi' a'man was found Ui-'Uiv ;n disused pit. near Wolver : luUltpVull. There was a bullet wound m ; die ioi, .load, and also bullet wounds in i va.-h ivi'. Subsequently the body was j iiii'iuiiii.d as that of Thomas Keeks, luunii engineer oil the steamer Secolia. "nil a ji.iilie of {Sydney (i>.S.W.) Ji was at jirst thought that the case iiiiuai' liv uii.. ul' .suicide, but the evidence uh\a.i>v gathered by the detectives luakijs H.iij play look more probable. ■ ,1 appears, was a stranger to ^"ivwiian.j.iun. ' On Saturday night t Jk- :> known to have Iiad in his posscs ^"ji a waliii containing a 1U0 dollar l!'i iui<l ncr bills all of which money is ""'■v liiissinjr. Keeks was seen in the '-'iiiipivuy oi another man in Liverpool 1 I '"i -Mijiuiay night. Inquiries .show that j I iv>peeubiy dressed men Boarded a j j U ;Ul1. ;u Tiverpool ior Wolver...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRITISH CABINET. DISSENSION OVER NAVY. MR. ASQUITH SUPPORTS MR. CHURCHILL. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

BRITISH CABINET. DISSENSION OVER NAVY. -Ml!. ASQUITH SUPPORTS mi. CHURCHILL. LONDON. Wednesday. f .1 Ac i.'ii euiiuover.-y is in progress ill ■([ i« die meeting of the Cabinet when matters in connection unii tlu> naval question are expected to ivarli rri>i.-. .Mr. Churchill's refer ence in i!inewspaper reports of serious iii-M iisu'i-. which, although bo declared 'Jiuni ii. In.1 based on surmise and gossix>, In <iin mil specifically deny, lias, if any i'liii^:. ;n reused the public interest. Ji !- .:'■!!( rally expected that the I'rmi. A! iii-ier will decide in iavor of ■Mi1, t'uurc.iill. Tbe key of the problem lie relation of the Dominions irar ^M1.- in uie J5ritish standard—particu larly i!ie .New Zealand and Canadian J ne ".Daily Chronicle" considers that 11 «'ii< a false step to accelerate the etni-i nic-L.on of three euper-Dread ii'jULiiu- iu replace the three promised '>>' Canada. This, with the clearing I ;tU;|y ui arrears in building and ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RURAL WORKERS' DEMANDS. THE FEDERATION OF LABOR. ITS ATTITUDE EXPLAINED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

RURAL WORKERS' DEMANDS. THE FEDERATION OF LABOR. ITS ATTITUDE EXPLAINED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. The 6triko of wheat loaders and. car riers in certain rural districts, has ex tended to men employed by owners of chaflcutters. News from the centres affected is not reassuring as far as the prospect of any immediate settlement, . is concerned, though no serious disloca-1 [ tion of work connected with the troublo' ! lias yet occurred at the Sydney railway 1 goods yards or on the wharfs. 'Ihere iS a feeling in union circles, however, that the difficulty if not settled niaj precipitate an .industrial disturbance in volving a number of unions. The Australasian Federation of Labor will give 110 •'madcap orders,^ said the secretary of that body (Mr. \Y. Rossei) in regard to the wheat position. "What ever Tt docs will be well considered for the executive of the Federation is fully alive to the responsibility that lies upon it. "Whatever may be done, tho princi ples of unionism will be upheld. Much ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

c:HIIMiS IN HOUSES. /'Sum.' t.inu a^o Our liorso was down ^II'1 «• bad attack of Gripes." says Miss ^ Cuius Major's Creole. N.S.W. 1 tried several remedies. tout they had no (..fiV'ci; as a last resource I gave tli© j toi'H. iluvr tuaspuoiiiuls of (Jhamber | 'am/s Colic ;iiid Diarrhoea Remedy, and uot.fyil an improvement immediately. Ho was .-,01,ii ablu to stand, and now is well as «ver.'' Sold by H. P. | euiic.-t.t_ Chemist, 'J'erang. foods' Great Peppermint Cure: For Uu^lis and Colds.—1/6.*

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

R I N SO THE EASY WASHER Soak the Clothes in RINSO, rinse, and the washing is done without even a cop perl fire « . . Made by HUDSON'S A Name Famous in Every Home. Fourth Edition. Twentieth Thousand. Handsome Cloth Gilt 3/6. Posted 3/9. SOULS IN PAWN. SOULS IN PAWN. SOULS IN PAWN. "By MISS LINDSAY RUSSELL, MISS LINDSAY RUSSELL, The Australian Marie Corelli. The Australian Marie Corelli. A TRULY REMARKABLE STORY, which is continuing to attract a very large constituency of readers. Many Press Notices have appeared, ol which the two following are representative. Launceston Examiner (Australian): "A brilliant romancist . . . exhib its a marvellous creative faculty and a style which many older authors might envy . . . The book iB powerful one . . . exposes the hollowness and evils of the practice of celibacy ... A book that will attract much attention." Morning Post (English): "Lindsay i Russell has proved herself a writer of no mean ability. The characters are drawn with sincerity and v...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON FOG TROUBLESOME PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

LONDON FOB I TROUBLESOME PROBLEM. I The fog in London the other day I (says the "Daily News") was an un pleasant reminder that the city is still far from having its fair share of day light and fresh air. | In the last twenty years there has been a surprising improvement, the average number of foggy days in the winter having been reduced from 30 to 10, and the hours of bright sunshine increased from 55 to 93. but there is still the deplorable fact that London in the winter can be a more depressing and dirty place than any other city in tiie world. In spile of the encouraging advance ! there are still too many days when the Londoner has to go about his business with tingling eyes and choked lungs, and has to turn on the light when the ) sun should be shining through the win dow. Whether London will ever be en tirely free from fog is very doubtful. The probability seems to be that there will always be fogs, but that they will gradually become less frequent and less black, till in the e...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

i ROBVR Yout muvver might be cross if she didn't have some Robur tea—wouldn't she? I has two spoonfuls in my cup of milk, and 1 likes it better 'an anysing else when I'm firsty, and a lot of sugar in it. Faver says he 'joys some when he comes home. Does you 'joy some, too, when you go home? drift. "If you do not keep your eyes open while crossing the streets of London." said JIr Ingleby Oddie, the Westmin ster Coroner, "you will find yourself on a mortuary table." PIGS and^ CALVES •TONE and CO. (lUgtf.)* ROBERT SCHULTE, Proprietor, WHOLESALE MBAT ■AhBSMAN, MSTROPOLIT AN MHA.T MARKET, NORTH MELBOURNE. 4.re opoa to Receive Carcaae Pork and Veal Any Day Duriag the Week. 3alea Dally. Highest Prlc«a Realised. Latest Cold Storage Chamber*. Prompt Account Bales. CoTrespondeic® Ia Titcd. 386 our Weakly Reports Ik Market Report*. TT^c Extsm^iuel a.notk*r Do you know that many of yoar Suits which appear to you t* be worn out would, if tent to me, be returned looking almost as fresh as when th...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

fn Memoriam. REES.—in loving memory of Thomas ' Recs. who died on January 23. 19]:'. | To those who have a father. 1 Oil! Love him while yon may; ! Ho will not always linger here, ! He .soon shall pass away. j Ho is gone. Imt not forgotten. He was always kind and true; Never murmured at liis sufferings. Still wo knew what lie went through Inserted by his loving wife and chil- j dreii. DOOLAN.—-Jii loving memory of my j deai- friend Gat. who died on 22ml I January, 1912. lt.'I.r. j Farewell, my own dear friend, j Sweet thoughts of you I keep; Alt-hough two years have passed away, My grief is just as deep. Inserted by lier loving friend, L.L. DOOLAN.—In sad and sorrowful ro menrbraiico of Agatha Doolau, who died on January 22ml, 1912. Aged 21 years. j' 'Ti.s just two years ago to-{lay, ' That wo remember well; We stood beside our deal- Cat, To bid a last farewell. Let tho silent prayer unceasing, Let tlio tears in secret shed. Plead with Thee, 0 Heart of Jesus, For tlio sister who is ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRNAMBOOL SHIRE VALUATIONS. APPEALS TO THE COURT ONE CASE CONTESTED. APPELLANT SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 23 January 1914

WARRNAMBOOL SHIRE VALUATIONS. APPEALS TO THE COURT ONE CASE CONTESTED. APPELLANT S U C'C^SSF UL. Air E Williams, P.M.. presided at tlio AVarrnambool Court of i etty Sea sons on Monday, and dealt with sovera cases in "hicl1 landowners appealed against valuations placed upon their properties by the Shiro ^ aluer, Mr. G. McMeekin. . The only contested case dealt witli was that in winch J. Urattan Wilson appealed against the valuation of £101 placed upon his properly known as I'ain liam Park, and comprising 07 acres. Mr. G. S. Mackav appeared for the appellant, and Mr. Wm. Ardl.e ior tlio Shire. At the ouUet Mr. Ardlio took excep tion to the notice of appeal lodged w't'j the Council, on the ground that it did not set out tin.- grounds ol the appeal. Ho d;d not wish to prevent the case going on. but he considered the Court had no jurisdiction <:n tlie notice given, and therefore it would be useless to proceed. . After argument, the P.M. intimated that he would accept the notic...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLI NESS. A clean body induces a clean maid. A clean boily is auauied by tho use of waier and a good ,soap. Tho only question is: ■" \VhuL soap?" Kexona Soap is tho best soap. lis manufacture is iho mosL modern and tho most sc:ent:lio. It combines tho qualities of the U-st germ-destroying powers with tho most dainty odor and appearance. Kexona Skin and Eac:al Soap is tho only medicated soap which is pleasing as a general toilet soap. A daily baLli with water and llexoua Soap makes tho user clean. 11 o is not only free from dirt, but freo from disease germs. His clean and healthy skin ensures a healthy body. Cleanliness of mind should follow. So uso Kexona Soap in your daily bath. Bo clean and keep clean. llexona Soap: King of all Soaps. Ono Shilling por Tablet. Obtainablo at H. P. Bennett, Chemist, Terau^. DENTAL, W. A. PARRAMORE, l.d.s.,b.d.s DENTIST, TERANG. IX/TR. PARRAMORE may be Consulted at his Rooms in Shadlorth Street, opposito llio AVkeatslieaf Hote...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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MT. NOORAT v. GLENORMISTON. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

MT. NOOKAT v. GLENOllillSTON. The above match was played at Glen, ormiston on January 10th, and resulted in a win for Mt. Noorat on the first innings. Scores:— .MT. NOORAT. P. Vouiiy/run out 12 W. Barnes, c B. Crawley b D. ■Macarthur 2 G. Aslott_ c T. Lourey h D. Mac arthur • • • • • • 7 •S. SmLtli b It. Crawley 0 \V. Beeeiioy, e T. Lourey b Macar tliur 6 J. Overson, b Macarthur S 0. Clarko. c T. Louroy b It.Crawley 1 1. Black, 1) Maeai'thuc 0 I). Black, c T. Lourey b Macarthur 1 I). Uurdie, b R. Crawley .. .. .. 0 B. McLooii. not out 2 Total 39 Bowling.—It. Crawley, three wickets for 10 runs: D. Maciirtlnir, soven for 27. GLEN ORMISTON. First Innings, D. Macarthur, c and b Barnes .... 7 11. Crawley, c Barnes b Aslett ..- 0 T. Pouting, "ran out -6 T. Crawley, b Barnes 1 "W. Baxter ,b Aslett 0 G. Crawley, b Barnes ' .. 0 A. Cruickshank, not out 4 T. Lourey, run out AV. "Wilkinson, b Barnes 3 B. Templeton. b Barnes ■ 0 1). Lourey, c Overson b Aslott .... 0 Sundries 4 Total 2^ Bowling....

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRICKET. THE MARSHALL TROPHY. KOLORA v. MT. NOORAT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

GRIGKET. * THE MARSHALL TltOPHY. KOLORA v. MT. NOOllAT. Kolora met Mount Nuorat 011 Satur day on the Mt. Noorat ground, and alter a good gamo Mt. Noorat were I vietorious by 20 runs. W. Barnes with 58 was top scorer for Mt. Noorat, and . Charlie Holmes made 33 lor Kolora in I good style. Mt. Noorat aro now lead ing for „lho competition, having won i four matches. A good game is expected next Saturday when Mt. Noorat meet | Trul'ood. as the latter aro going to put I a strong team in the lield. Following aro tho scores:— MT. NOORAT. W. Barnes, c Podger b It. Mac Connell 08 P. Young, c A. Sadler b W. Mao C'onuell 8 I G. Aslett, b It. McConnell 3 J. Overson. c It. Gault b It. Mac | Council 0 W. Beechy, run out . .. ,. 2 I C. Clarke, c A. Holmes b W. Maq I Connell 3 | L. Doyle, not out 11' ' D. Curdio b W. McConnell .... 2 I D. Black,' b W. McComiell .... 0 W. Clarke, b It. McConnell ;... ... -4 B. McLeod, b It. McConnell ..... 0 Sundries 2 Total 93 Bowling.—W. McConnell. four wic kets f...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KOROIT PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

KOROIT PICNIC RAGES. The Koroit Picnic races wore liclcl oil Saturday last, with tho following re sults :— YANG Ell Y MAIDEN HACK 11 ACE. Trophy. £2 2/. Five furlongs. P. Carroll's cli m Yours and Mine, 4 yrs 1 J. M. Slattery's cli ni Neaptide. 6 yrs _.. • • 2 J.*Fitzgerald's br g Charley, 3 yrs. 3 Other starter: Glenburnie. Betting: 6 to 4 on Neaptide, G to 4 agst. Yours and Mine, 10 to 1 others: Won easily. Time: 1.7. WOOLSTHOllPE NOVELTY PONY RACE. Tr<>piiy. £3 3/. Four furlongs. H. Kelly's b g Piccolo, 8.7, scr. .. 1 A. Kelly's cr g Samson, 8.7, 20 yds. 2 P. McVeigh's g m Una, 8.7, 10 yds. 3 Oilier starters: Ornithorhynclius, 9.2, 10 yds.; Phyllis, 8.7_ 20 yds.; Dora, 8.7, scr.; Lady Beware, 8.7, 10 yds.; Baltic, 8.7, 150 yds.; Moyn, 8.7, SO yds.; Belton 8.7, 30 yds.; Frenchman, 8.7, 20 yds. Betting: 2 to 1 agst. Piccolo, 3 to 1 Bolton, 5 to 1 Una, 10 to 1 others. "Won by half a length. Time : 55 3-oth sees. KOllOIT PICNIC CUP. Trophy, £8. Seven furlongs. J. Bourke...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAMPERDOWN RACES. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. CAMPERDOWN CUP WON BY GLENBOLT. MO[?]NE WINS STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

CAMPERDOWN RAGES. \ h i cc'essf u l j1eetin g. tami'iaiuowx cup won by glexbolt. jiijvm'i wins steeplechase. ■j-j,,, meeting of tlio Camper- i (|I)UU i in t Club was held yesterday, „mlvi- the uiijst favorable conditions. Ii,.. weather «iis perfect. and just suc^> ;iN«jtiior deliglutul day as fell to the lot i"1' its meeting on New Year's lAiv. I'"' "eather helped tlie attend ance. and spe.ial trains were packed to •ii,. dour,-, while along the roads j'roju •,ls part-. i" mo compass could bj seen 1 • r,;iin a tier stream uf dust whirled lip i,v me motor <--ars en route to the course, 'in,'-... not so iortttiiate to be m a car j «-,-iv in vi'.nele-. and they had to swal- ; l„iv ilit- motor dust and be content to m,.; there -aiely—it a little later on. year ino Club enjoyed a record ;i;kii>laniv and this year tliey went ih-It h.L- J'ji'Si'Jen t, 31r. J. JS", 31cArthur. »a.» in his usual place, and it's jnighty /!i: iL> u-cupc.> ii's wauhlul eye. In inaiia^iNg ii...

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POPULATION OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

POPULATION OF MEN. There is a womanless republic cd a peninsula south of Macedonia, in Greece, where 10,000 men live, study ins and praying constantly, and where policcmcn guard the course to keep out women pilgrims and other persons who would make undesir able guests. The place is Mount Athos—the Mount of the Twenty Monasteries—and was used in an cient times as a signalling sta tion to Asia Minor. It is a real republic. There are 10,000 monks there, who go/ern themselves without interference from Turkey or any oilier country. ri here .-ire, however, no government buildings, no president or other office-holders. Mho only po lice force is composed of men who patrol the coast to keep out women and men who have no permit to enter this most exclusive of coun tries. Only those who have a let ter of -permi^icii from the Greek Patriarch in Constnntiinople arc al lowed to enter the holy place. The holder of the letter must present it in ICarges, the village capital of the peninsula. Some re...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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JAPAN FACES PROBL[?]M IN FORMING AN ALPHABET. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

JAPAN PACES rP.ODLUJ.I IN FORMING AN ALPHABET. The realtor of adopting a i:cv; anil simpler form of written language is agitating t!:c scholars an.! :)i::;injcs men of japan, Su ir.-s to simplify the present ay .stem m" symbol uritn^. This system is ma'le up of yymbo.:-; inherited froui the ancient Cliincso and Koreans. In the eighth or ninth centuries there was added to-those forms another system of writing known as "Kann," which represents the sounds of which a word is com posed ratli:r th:;n a v. hole word or phrase as is the case with the Chin ese. Almost, a'.'. -T'vpanesc boo'.:s arc printed in a lvuxti'.re of Chinese ami Kana. According io this system each individual wo:'1 has its separate sign. Most characters are obtained by means of co'.nUn .ilk 11, the chief element, being termed a "radical," be cause it gives a clue to t'..e si./nifi cation of the v. hole. It is much as if, having in ISngli.-h. special heiro glyphic signs fo? s'uh easy, everyday words as tree, house, and ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. COMMITTEE'S INVESTIGATION. LACK OF LAND AND CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. COMMITTEE'S INVESTIGATION. LACK OF LAND AND CAPITA I,. The report upon the condition of i|,0 dry farming areas of the State <.-Ui5<;r settlement system, drawn up In- Mcs.srs Livingston ami Thomson. M's.L.A.. at', tor their inquiries into the Miljjuct. when honorary members of .Mr. Watt's previous Liberal .Ministry last year. js understood to be keenly critical m ;ti terms. The document is now under tia, considei'atioit of -Mr. Watt's new Aftiiis try, of which -Mr. Livingston ai$o a member, ami it has been decided a, a result that a Koyal Commission .>hal| appointed to carry out a general Mivivu gatioii of the operation of the %vhole O'loser Settlement -Vets. j ills system under which tho Stat,> purchases private estates, ami thou julj. divides them and makes them avaliat)!,.. lor s'election in small farms, has been in operat.on in Victoria for some yoai'i. Prior to lDU-l su.ii transactions ri-iiuirej the spec.al authority of -arliament ...

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THE SPRING AWAKENING OF THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

THE SPRING AWAKENING OF THE SOIL. 4. Two Frcn:h scientists, who have made a spedal study of tlis extra ordinary activity -in the soil in springtime, recently reported to tli« Academy of Scienccs that it is charac terised by an intense process of ni trification caused by bacteria which at that time, because of hereditary disposition,, and independently ol conditions of temperature, develop a much more cn^rgetic activity than at any other seasou of the year.

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