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THE LICENSING ACT. PROSECUTIONS AT COLAC. (Before Mr. Read Murphy, P.M. and Mr. C. W. Meredith, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

THE LICENSING ACT. PROSECUTIONS AT COLAC. (Before Mr. Read Murphy, P.M. and Mr. C. W. Meredith, J.P.) Bert Ilarwood and John Cliai'les wcie I charged with being found on liccnseil promises—tlio Princo of A\ ales Hotel | on Sunday, 30th November. Supenn- ■ tendent- Beck prosecuted, and the de l'endaius pleaded guilty. _ | Sergeant Seddon stated that on Sun day Sutii November, in company with Constable Nankervis, at !) o'clock p.m. lie saw llie front door ol tlu> Prince oi \\'alcs Motel opened, and uie defendant and another man came out. At 10 o clock one of the men knocked, and the door was opened by the licensee and the men went. in. He and Constable Nankervis asked the men if they were bona hde travellers. The licensee said the men had told him they were. '1 he defend ant told witness that the licensee did not ask him if he was a bona fide travel ler. .Defendant- l,ved about 30 yards from the hotel. Charles' proper name was Carroll. The P..M.: The summons was against James Charl...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY THE CONTINENTS DO NOT SINK. BUT THEY ARE ALWAYS SLIPPING INTO THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

WHY THE CONTINENTS DO NOT SINK. 19 BUT T1IKY ARE ALWAYS SLIP PING TXTO THE SEA. In a remarkable piece ot work car ricd out recently under Uic direct icn of Prof. John F. I-Iayfovd, it has been shown that the material of which the continents are mado and that which lies under t Item is .'lighter than that which lies under the oceans. This explains why the continents do not sin'; though they are several miles higher than the ocean beds and exert enormous pres sures on the material beneath. The work of Prof. 1-layford pro.'cs that the total amount of matter in a column of given sixc, reaching from the tablelands of the continent, id 109 milts below the surface of the eta, Is the ;:amc Ihat r«f a iimilar column reaching from the surfa." of the ocean to 'h") rrrr.e d.'ptll. rIh:s n'.e:.ns that the con', i n n-.s are !ij)i!cr th:.n the occan ■|.cd.= , end tiiat tliey are floating, as it were, upon th? dai'-er material of v.liidi most of tl«e eavth is made. 'Ihe average density of a contin...

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

F.TARANTO, j Fruiterer an8 ConfeGtionsr, HIGH STIiEET, TEH A NO. ALL CHOICEST EllUITS in Sea.son. Tlio Boat Imported and Colonial CONFECTIONERY ahvay.s on hand. Only Uio very best SOFT UK INKS and COJUDIALS kept in lar^o variety. Great A'arietv Ot OlilMSTiMAS rJMOSKNTS;an.l FANCY BOXES Just, Arrived. Everything Stocked is the \ ery IJest. NOTE MY ADDRESS, AND PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. MECHANICS FKUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' Co-operative Prodis Gompaii Limited DliSUUi to Intimate to Fanners in tlio Surroundmt; Dlslri.-i that they havo arranged to MARKET FARM I'KODUCE during tlio forthcoming season. ORDERS aro now bein:'. n eeived for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. A BRANCH OFFICE n.e, Keen open ed at Royal Clnunhera. jvi-j»!< r Street, AVarrnambool, under the management of AIR. J.J. ORR. HEAD OEKlOE: -"'7 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. TERANG REl'RESENTATIA' ES : ' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Terang. ^ - :hs. take V ' " ■ ' Caro; 1/6 * i/u.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DROVING DISPUTE. MORT[?] MAHONEY VERSUS MICHAEL PRATT. MAHONEY'S CLAIM DISMISS[?] PRATT'S COUNTER CLAIM ADJOURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

DROVING DISPUTE. MORT. • MA HONEY VERSUS MICHAEL PRATT. MAHONEY'S CLAIM DISMISS*-J. PRATT'S COUNTER CLAIM AD JOURNED. The frequently adjourned Qas0 , Mort. Mahoney versus Z\1 icliaol Pratt, claim for £10']!/ for work and labor, came' before .the C'amperdown Court of 'Petty Sessions on Thursday, when Mes-irs. M. Quinn and J. Armstrong- ! J's.P., constituted the JJencli. j There was no appearance of com- j plaiiuuit. .Mr. Sutton, who appeared ior the . defence, said that in this matter not ; only was there a claim; there was a j counter claim for £15. As Mahoney ^ failed to appear, he would ask that i .Mahoney's claim be dismissed, with £1 | 1 costs', lieally. the boot was on the j oile r loot. Mahoney owed Pratt tlo, ! but Prait would not have bothered about the amount .Mahoney owed liini. j had not .Mahoiiey .sited hint. Pratt was ; forced into ;:ourt by Mahoney. Whih- I Prait would a~k for an order lor .-CI-1). ! lie did nut think that lie would get it. j Mahoney's claim had lapsed...

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

R. DEVERELL, -SADDLE and HARNESS MAKER.— HIGH STREET, TERANG. (Next Brookman and Co.) IN Thanking tho Public for past sup* port, l>egs to draw attention to hia Large and Well-assorted Stock of SADDLES, HARNESS, and STABLE REQUISITES. Single and Double Harness of all descriptions on hand and Mado to Order. A Largo Assortment of Bridles, Bits, Stirrup Irons, etc., ctc. ltlii'AlRS Of all kinds Neatly Executed on the Shortest Notice. i ME FEKANti HAiRDRESSING SALOON. R. DEVERELL II A L R I) R E S S E R, | Nil MATES that owing to tha .L iin-iea.-ing trade. ho lias Engaged tho Sci'vicr.s „|- a COMPETENT "ASSIST ANT. Customers can depend on secur ing I'i'ompt Attention and a Good Shave or llair-cut. A LARGE STOCK OF FANCY GOODS AND SMOKERS' REQUISITES. A. V/. SMITH'S Terang Fancy Goods Emporium, STATIONER AND NEWS AGENCY.. Agent for F. H. BRUNNING, Seesk uiau; also G. BRUNNING & SON, Nurserymen, St. Kilda. —At— LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE8.; f1* -m n w j riiUJi. hlH&ibi,

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RURAL WORKERS' DEMANDS. RIVERINA FARMERS MEET. WAGGA (N.S.W.), Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

RURAL WORKERS' DEMANDS. R1VERINA FARMERS MEET. WAGGA (N.S.W.), Suudav. A large meeting of fanners was held a L'oolamon on Saturday to consider tile demands of the -Rural Workers' Union chalfcutting rates of pay and hours. Over two hundred were present. includ ing representative fanners from Coola moii, Galniain, Derraiu, Ourrawarna, .Marrar and .Millwood. ilr. W. i' l)yee, member of tile executive of the Fanners and Settlers' Association, pre M'ded. _ Several speakers stated tliat tne lar mer.s had no quanvl with employes, who were perfectly satisfied with tile ruling rates (if pay anil hours, winch were the Highest in any rura1 district of the State. Organisers of the Australian Workers' I tiion were responsible for tin.' trouble. The farmers were willing to pay equitable rates, but absolutely refused to concede an eigtit hours' day. and would continue to pay from 8/ a day to 12 U a day for skilled feeder*, including keep. All cutters in the (Joolamon district, and .several in the ...

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 ;i cleau mind. A clean body is attained by tlio use of water and a good soap. Tlio only question is: "\Vhafc soap?" Rexona Soap is tlio best soap. lis manufacture is tlio most modern and the most scientific. It combines tho qualities of tlio lost germ-destroying powers with tho most dainty odor and appearance. Rexona Skin and Facial Soap is tlio only medicated soap which is pleasing as a general toilet soap. A daily bath with water and Rexona Soap makes tho user clean. Ho Is not only i'ree from dirt, but free from disease giirms. illi.s clean and healthy skin ensures a healthy body. Cleanliness of mind should follow. So use Rcxona Soap in your daily bath. Bo clean and keep clean. Rexona Soap: King of all Soaps. One Shilling per Tablet. Obtainable at H. P. Bennett, Chemist, Terauq;. PENSHURST & DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. SATURDAY, FEIiRUAItJL 28, 1911. 'PRESIDENT: Air. A. Olio. Yice X Presidents: Messrs. J. ...

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

MR. A, S. FITCHETT, barrister & SOLICITOR. high street, terang. . (Opposite Montgomery & Bradghaw'i.) —Trust and Other Money* to Lend.— —All Neighbouring Courts Attended.— DRESSMAKING Miss M'EVVIN, dressmaker & costumier, —Dererell's Buildings,— HIGH STREET. TERANG. Reasonable Charges. ■ MAWSOy BKOTIIEItS D ENTIS T S, ' i!0i MOOltABOOL-ST., GEELONG. ORDERS FOR AlQil'lClAL TEETH COMPLETED IN ONE DAY. At Geuiuug Establishment. Culac: Tuesday, January 13. Cam Ijcrdowii: Wednesday, January 14. Cob ucu: 'lhursday. January 10. Terang: rrida.v, January 16. Mortlako: Satur day, January 17. Garvoo: Monday (till noou), January 19. SIEVE APSEV. Painter, Paperhanger, etc. SWANSON STREET. TERANG. tlas on Hand a Nice Selection of WALL PAPERS and i'RIEZTS to match. -BEST WORKMANSHIP.— s. APSEY 'Phone 84, [Terang. NO I ICE. - TRESPASSERS .with Dog or Gun on MT. NOORAT or BEND ESTATES, will be PROSECUTED. NO I ICE. rnu ESP ASsERS with Dog or Gun, or X peibouB damaging Plantat...

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

PAMNURE RACES, ■ - & - ... THE NOMINATIONS. The following excellent entries to }/ been received for the Pannuu'e rac^-j to l)e hold on Saturday next, 31st, c'?.. •January:— ' [ I r.al Stakes.—Glen Kirk: fccott^f Club; Silt; Golden Vale: i5figlit>iri:! \\airio: .Miieine; Aiistean; ^.vnI!e,i; Krin'.s Hope; Yodski: \acheroii; ^'i; •Smith. ; Handicap llurdle Kace.— ilinneboWji' Hose, ol' l-'alkirk ; Wasecea : Lord i?alS!.-/ Mct'orinick ; liicucln't: Willatuk ; kuKij Calabash; Nlonorai!; Battue: /.;UU3r Painnuiv .Park Handicap.- -Waseec^ K.ng Kirk ; Scottish Club : K.T.: ^jl! kiglit; -Miieme :. Whare : „\lotua; Hamlet: Hose of Falkirk. I rot.—Lady Snips: I'loaLer: A'jfj! •Jean; Hilniont ; .1)ixi<• .Maid: XT'w't Uothville: Bally Golly; Victory;^,? Alma; Headlight: .lackeroo; linre ; C'oocu ; I iulad : Jtciiegade. ,£ Welter ilandi.-ap.—Glen Kirk; l^!1. I'vans: .M iimeUoi o : Second Wood: Scottish Club; Golden Vale: F.T.; Kfft\. of Falkirk: Wynne; Wilhunk; VodsW.g. Vac...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWARDS ARARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

' TOWARDS ARARAT. Louis suddenly says, "Look there! an;.l I see Ararat ! Oh, it is wonder ful as it rises out of this great low plain. V.'e stand up in our carriage in our excitement, and simply gaze and ra~e. I have seen so many beautifu1 things, but now I think that Ararat is the loveliest thing in Nature that can be conceived. It is so full of feeling-, and one faels it like one does a human being. V.'c are gradually descending to this wonderful valley of the Araxes, and we can see the little town of Erivan, which surprises us by its beauty. For we were tcld by everyone not to go to Krivan, it being such a dull, ugly, dry little place, and it is really the most lovely oasis,' a per fect garden o! flowers and fruits, and all along (lie river tall poplars rise up into the sky. Lovely pale-blue birds Hit about, looking as iif they h.id fallen from the sky, an:l in the sunset light their wings change opali I escuit colours and fill us with joy. We walk out into the dimly-lighted ' st...

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

BROUGHT TO BAY Aro those enemies of civilisation Indi gestion and Dyspepsia, when Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules aro employed. I/O and 2/6 per tin. Obtainable at H. P. Bennett, Chemist, Terang.

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

A CUT FLOWER EXPRESS. A train wlikh runs every day in Hid yc a:' between Toukn and Paris is !.n:i'.vn a'5 the '"rapi-.le des flam's" the cut Ho ver express. The train rarrics nothing but cut flowers in l.ar;ets nn:l-'pasteboard to::cs for the Fai; marl ct. Tin violets ol ITyeres. th3 roses and carnations ol />nli'.c:; and the Roman hyacinth:; oi Olho'iks ar.d . Carquieronnos are or tin Slower stands of Paris in IS lionrs from the time they were ^row in^ on the shores of the Mediter ranean. A good many are shipped also to the cities of Germany anc Belgium, and even as far as Vienna and St. Petersburg. The packages are handled by a special train crev that sorts them out like mail mat ter. The speed at which this ►cui flower oxprees" runs is greater thai that of any other train 'in Europe.

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

COLES' DROP. , ! An amusing anecdote is told of an old master of Eton named Day. A big boy named Coles, who was re puted to be a bit of a ""swell," went on some errand into Day's classroom and stood magnificently by the door. The master lco'.ccd at liim long and hard. "What is you name?" he asked at last. ":Colcs, sir," said the confident youth in resonant tones. ■'Then, ''"Uoles, you may scuttle !" was the devastating reply. "I should like to be. excused, your honour," said the man who had been summoned on a jury. "What for ?" asked the judge. "1 owe a man five shillings, and I want to hunt him up to-day and pay it." '■'Do you mean say you would hunt up a man to pay a bill in stead of waiting for him to hunt yo'i up?" '"Yes, your honour." i "Well, you are excused. I don't want any man on the.jury who .will lie like that." They were travelling home on; the railway on Christmas Eve, and Brown was talking to Sm'ith, who was vainly trying to get in a word. •"Yes," shouted Brown, "I alw...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTHING SERIOUS. NER[?]OUS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

NOTHING SERIOUS. ^ NERVOUS. A traveller arriving late at an inn in a; small town was told that there were no rooms. "But I must have, a place to sleep in," ho told the landlord ; '"and there is no place to go to in this benighted town." The landlord finally consented to al 1 low him to occupy a garret. 'i'But," said he, "there is at very nervous man in the room underneath, and you must be sure to make no noise." The traveller agreed to be very quiet, and retired ; but taking off one boot lie accidentally: dropped it heavily on the fioor. He placed the oth?r very softly on tlie carpet, and went to bed as quietly .as a mouse. Just as he was going to sleep, however, there came a rap on the door. 'fC.ood heavens, man," came a voice, '•'aren't you ever going to drop that other boot ?"

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

WORLD-WIDE MOTES. ! Aa examination of facts will show that for several reasons the efScct of a I'lay, good or bad, upon » buy's mind is more penetrating, more com prehensive, and more lasting than the eitcct of a book. '1 his is because the book appeals only to the boy's imag ination. What he reads can only be made real to him by mental pictures, which will vary in intensity with the ability of the author and with the vividness of the imagery supplied by the boy's own r.iiml-. His only means of keeping in memory what he scea on the printed 'pags is the power of his vision, physical and mental. The plav, on the other hand, ap peals to the car, as well as the eye, and it leaves nothing to the imagin ation. What the boy fees is a frag ment of real lifo, when the people in volved arc not crcaturcs of his fancy but real living, breathing men and women. What' they say, for better or worse, is printed cn his memory, irot in the dead symbols of letters, con ventionalised representations of ...

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

WHY IS IT ? That girlish actions arc sugges tive of buoyant spirits. That while one swallow floes not make a summer, one grasshopper can make more than a dozen springs. That a tack pointg heavenward when )it means mischief. That a man may be truthful in everything else, but he always played a better ' game of billiards several years ago than he.does now.

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"WIDOW GREEN." THE RECORD LADY-GOLDP WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

' "WIDOW GREEN." THE RECORD LADY-GOI.D WINNER. By far the most arresting ^ Hid .American galaxy of 1 ,d r>i l winners is that most rcrr.arl'alde Dj women, "Widow Green." ;iH ;i,, js afcctionately known, who has proved morn than any of hrr sex that in the game of money-rr.al:iu> a woman can hold liar own with the cbverest of male rivals. If any '.voinan has had excise for leading a life of cas: and seli-indsil gence it is Mrs. Green : for, cn h^r father's death, she. was enj a! Vrr> best-gilded heiresses in all Amen-a. with something like a milli- n pounds to call her own. But th? v:as no butterfly, this daughter of a munoy making father. The love of jrrjhi was in her blood ; and yhe lost no time in setting to work to nn.lt.: j ply her million many fold. For forty years she toiled harder and h.n hours than any clerk or l.i;.;'n.\ man in New York, adding to hrr jiile by judicious investment.—" n,>'.hi:r; speculative," she rays: ''only fool.; speculate."' No opportunity csc...

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

IT NKYKIi FAil.S "For years wo luivo been umi^ berlain'.s C'dii^li Hemedv, ' ^'.Vi *.i, t Herbert J I . 'Woudhead. N.S.W. -'Wo i,.llVo .six <.l»iMi-on. a'" K never lis,. ;invthinjj; else for ;iie mem. <,{' t*(niis. (.•olds, and |,,0"C "d J eomphum-. i <-<>i!!i<!>-m; l.v ivi'"11|UK I Chamberlain's Cough Kenedy (•> Olio, more especially t" J1,'., ;• like myself havo yiuin^: children s nC')v'o ; to sale^uunl. It- never fnilK t'l-p.i relief in all eases." Sold by H: x'; Bonnetfc. Chemist, Torang. :

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FREAK LEGISLATION. LAWS THAT MAKE YOU LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 27 January 1914

FREAK LEGISLATION. a LAWS THAT MAKE YOU LAUGH. A Nebraska statute forbids, under hravy penalties, the "discharging of any (inarm on or within sixty yards of 'a puL'iio road or highway, except to destroy some wild beast, or an ofilccr in thj disehargo of his duty;" and ,■ noilirr law of the same en ii h n:d State provide, that, oa pi oo? cf i ll j violation of a certp.ia .Act, "Ihe Jusiiee shall render judg ment for tiie v.-hole amount of Ana rni cos In, and be committed to the common jail until tho sum is paid." The Arkansas Legislature has re cently distinguished itself by 'making ths game of ' football illegal, an t punishable by a heavy fno ; but its statute-book contains no lav.s q*:itc Co remarkable as : o:ne whi.hhave be.n discussed (a*id ir.r.n / of them ] a sad) witli'n tho last year in: otlur Ameri can States. Thus in New York we ha c a bill to protect bashful brides an 1 grooms fronij the stares of tli"1 »i.rio.is by allowing them to send i-arriagc ap plications by a mcssm...

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

Imoi-CHT 'CO 13AV Ail> U;cteo enemies of civilisation Indi gestion and Dyspepsia, when Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabnles aro employed, l/o and 2/G per tin. Obtainable at H. P. 13omiett, Chemist, Terang.

Publication Title: Terang Express
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