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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

Ro&e By Jove 1 you've no idea what rotten tea they used to give us in my diggings until 1 made them get Ro-bah No. 1 Grade, expressly for me—now, all the Jolly chaps will have Ro-bah too, and they kick up a bally tow, don't-cher-know, if they don't get if, don't-cher-know! The Johnnie. An old man who had made a great deal of money, but who wasn't very particular about his habits or conduct, lived in Chicago. His custom was to go down town about once a month on a spree and then come back and bent bis Inmily and break up the furniture. Ills aged wife, who had stood him for many years, wus blind. Finally lie died, and his children pavo him a line funeral. They bad plenty of money now that the old man was dead, and fo they spread themselves. At the church there was an elaborate ceremony. The blind widow was dissolved in woe. Sho cried and cried all through the service, paying scam heed to what was going on until the eulogy was pronounced. She listened. The priest re ferred to th...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

A, *3BT4KmS, " UNDERTAKER, g I'EKANG AND CAMPKUD OWN * Teiwng, Campekdown & District. AT YOUR CONSTANT SRKViCK DON'T FORGin In [his particular line of business. Now in Slock, a large and mosl com plele range of Caskeis, both plain and polished wood to choose from. Finish ed complelc in Two Hours Notice Trice, Qualiiy of Woik and Finish' Unsurpassed. Direct pelsonal Super vision. Art Cabinet Worlf, Upholstering, Frcnch Polishing. i ■: lie paired and lieno\*ated equal to new, Address—Bayne St., Terang Opp. Co operative Timber Yards, 'hone No. 70 Tcran<; WALL PAPERS. We Have Just Landed, Direct From England and Amcrica, —A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF— PAPEitH AN GIN G S, Comprising over Two Thousand Piccca of the Newest Designs and Colourings I11 —PLAIN and PRINTED GOODS. —Priccs: From 4d. to 2/0 per Roll.— Inspection Invited. P A I N 'J' S In Shades to Match any Paper Selected. --STAINS, POLISHES, Etc., FOR —FUIunITURE and FLOORS.— (A. R. CLARKE) HOUSE PAINTERS, DECORATO...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS for London, via Adelaide, Fremantlo (W.A.). Colombo (for Jwlia), Kgy.ju. Napl , Toulon, Gibraltar, and Pjy niout Steamer Tons Orvicto r^r3c; j:itl 21 Uniiiili [''eb 4 Ow.iy ..:i2,crri i-Vb iS OlWJii" .Mar" 4 Osu-rlcy '-t'-Sj .Mar 18 Or::i>u I3.c:c; April Oiiov.i • ■ 1 -, ,\pri I Orvic:oi I3,-«*5c£ n I ■ i May ~ qnoted on application. Pleasure <>r Business Trips on the Const to rVoniantle, Adelaide, Sydney er Brisbane quoted on application. the local Agents will supply Circu lare ot further information on applica tion . Passapcv; from any Port may be pre lid here. D. L. DOWD15LL, Branch Manager. 513 Collins Slreot, Melbourne. iocs! A^pnt: GEO. ATKINS, Terang. And ^o.';i!i'i;hily Thereafter. 'alio steamers of tho Orient Lino aro ttoj with nil modern and up to date ppliarices for the safety and comfort f passengers. Passengers carried in all Classes. Third Class accommodation, Sleepily _^ooms, Dining Rooms, Deck accommo fflntion mid C...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

R. DEVERELL, - SADDLE and HARNESS MAKER.— . HIGH STREET, TERANG. ■ (Next Brookman and Co.) IN Thanking tho Public for past sup» port, boys to draw attention to his Largo and Well-assorted Stock of SADDLES, HARNESS, and STABLE REQUISITES. Single and Doublo Harness of oil descriptions 011 hand and Made to Order. A Largo Assortment of Bridles, Biis, Stirrup Irons, otc., eto. R E P A I R S Of all kinds Neatly Executed on tho Shortest Notice. THE TERANG KA3KDRESSING SALOON. R. DEVERELL II A I It D 11 E S fci E R, TNTIMATES Unit owing to the JL increasing trade. I10 has Engaged tho Services of a COMPETENT ASSIST ANT. Customers can depend on secur ing Prompt Attention and a Good Shave or Hair-cut. A LARGE STOCK OF FANCY GOODS AND SMOKERS' REQUISITES. A. W. SMITH'S Terang Fancy Goods Emporium, STATIONER AND NEWS AGENCY. Agent for F. H. BRUNNING, Seedi man; also G. BRUNNING & SON, Nurserymen, St. Kilda. *■—At ■ LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES., A. W. SMITH, NEWS AGENT & STATIONER, HIG...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

F.TARANTO, Fruiterer and Confectioner, HIGH STREET, TERANG. ALL CHOICEST FRUITS ill Season. Tlio Ucsfc Imported and Colonial CONFECTIONERY always on hand. Only tho very best SOFT DRINKS and CORDIALS kept in largo variety. Great Variety Of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and FANCY BOXES Just Arrived. Everything Stocked is tlio Very I3est. NOTE MY ADDRESS, AND PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. MECHANICS FRUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' Go-opsrativa Produce Gompan Limited DESIRE to Intimato to Farmers in tho Surrounding District that they havo arranged to MARKET FARM PRODUCE during tlio forthcoming season. ORDERS aro now being received for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. A BRANCH OFFICE has been open ed at Royal Chambers, jyeplor Street, Warrnambool, under tho management of MR. J. J. ORR. HEAD OFFICE: 57 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. TERANG REPRESENTATIVES: GO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Terang, For Bronchial Coughs, take "Woous' Great Peppermint Cure: 1/6. *• Cure; 1/6.*

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW IMPRESSION [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

NEW IMPRESSION i | I Some Interesting Impressions by a Canadian visiting' England are given In the "Morning Post" My first impressions of Engia/nd T^ere gained through a car window, he writes. Now, I knew all about the emallness of- the fields, their fresh green, the hedges, the softly rounded trees; we Britons from overseas are trained to expect these, and the Eng lish countryside is astonishingly fa miliar to us at the first glance. But one thing did give me a start— certain very large fields, brown, and bare, ready, I suppose, for their win ter snow-blanket. What struck me was partly their great size, but more ttip exquisite neatness and finish with which they had been ploughed and harrowed. Mine is a country of hun dred-acre farms, with fields neither so large as your larger nor so small as your smaller fields, and of a husband ry limited not so much by deficiency of knowledge as by the lack of hands. But my first real start came south of the Thames, when my train was bearing me...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OFFICER DISAPPEARS SEARCH FOR PAYMASTER [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

OFFICER DISAPPEARS SEARCH FOR PAVMASTER A sensation has been caused in naval circles by the disappearance of Fleet Paymaster John Moffat Lowry from H.M.S. Ganges, which is stationed at Harwich (says the "Daily Express" of November 27). A large sum of Government money, believed to be between £10,000 and £15,000, has also disappeared, and the missing naval officer is "wanted" in connection with the matter by Scotland Yard. The mystery is being investigated by a senior detective inspector, but as the keys of the safe have also disappeared, difficulty has been ex perienced in ascertaining the exact sum missing. Fleet Paymaster John Lowry is de scribed in the "Navy List" as an ad ditional officer of the Shotley Train ing Establishment. He is fifty-three years of age, oft. Sin. in height, and fresh complexioned, his eyes and moustache being grey. He is corpu lent, and has a swinging walk. He is believed to be wearing a blue suit and bowler hat, and he also has with him a rainproof overcoa...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORRIED BY WEALTH. MR. ROCKEFELLER IS NOT HAPPY WITH £180,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

WORRIED BY WEALTH. A 1 MR. ROCKEFELLER IS NO! " HAPPY WITH £180,000,000. With an incomo of £2S a minute, Mr. John D. Hockfeller is racking I)is brains to devise ways to dispose of his enormous wealth. Since the dissolution of the Standard Oil Trust his fortune has increased by a score of millions, and it is estimated that lie is now worth noarly £180,000,000. This amount may vary a few mil lions each day by slight fluctuations cn the stock market. Mr. Rockfeller does not speculate ; lie invests, when the market is quite Jiigh he sells. When it has dropped "to low levels lie buys back what he sold, and reinvests the profit in • more low-priced stocks or bonds. : The great bulk of his wealth is in . vested in oil, railroad, banian?,, and (industrial stocks. In 1SG5 Mr. ltockc* ;■ feller possessed his first £1,000. Tc-n ryears later this capital had increased ' to £1,000,000, and in 1S50 lie was -worth £20,000.000. Since then his fortune has bounded ; "upwards at an unprecedented rate....

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

Woods' Great Peppermint .Cure: For Coughs and Colds.—1/6.*

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Heart of a Girl (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER VII, (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

The Heart of a Girl By HENRY FARMER, Author of "The Money-Lender," "12a Quiltry Street," "Bondage," etc. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER VII. (Continued). Hilary would understand, would have been told wily she had not- stayed, why she was not present at the crucial mo ment of his ordeal to flash him a mes sage of love and faith with her eyes. Ho would understand—but why, oh, God, whv had fate ordered things so cruelly? " She moved again—hesitated. She was craving again for the solitude of her own room. Yet her sejise of the fit ness and the appropriateness of things was .'^sorting itself. It had _ been brought homo to her that specialised skill had saved her mother's life, and that Michael Thorno had provided it. .V door opened, and as Beryl came out on the landing Queenio heard he> father's voice. Ho was saying some thing about Voile's, and a flood of sen sitive color swept her face_ She real ised that he was playing his old trick, making cadging appeals to Thorne for some benefi...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BROUGHT TO BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

il'CiIT TO I5A Y An? iliu-i' ciii'in cs of civilisation Indi gestion anil Dyspepsia. wlieii Dr. Shel don's Di'xer.tive 'J'abtilos aro employed. 1,j uiul 2/G per tin. Obtainable at 11. P. Bcimott, Ohomisb, Terang,

Publication Title: Terang Express
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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

CHAPTER VIII. Tho two rooms, bedroom and sit ting-room, were most delightfully situ ated. Tho airy, bow-windowed sitting room faced the sea-front. Soutbbourne —famous for its climate and pines, and sumnier and winter gardens, did not present tho cheerless, empty aspect of some seaside resorts in the winter months, though perhaps tho number of bath-chairs and invalids that consti tuted a feature of tho place was a lit tle depressing. Every morning vat noon, weather permitting—and at Southbourno weath er generally did permit—an easy-rolling bath-chair, well-sprung and pneumatic | tyred, arrived at Bellevue House for rs. Price, and for the rest Mrs. Price I found it pleasant on the comfortable sofa in the bow-window, from which sho commanded a panoramic view of sea and passers-by. It was pleasant, also, contributing to peace of mind and so to convalescence, to hnvo meals well served and regularly, without having to order or to consider expense. Queen ie's presence further contributed t...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MILITARY ATTITUDE PROTECTION OF CITIZENS [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

MILITARY ATTITUDE PROTECTION OF CITIZENS Tho Kaiser last night summoned his new War Minister, General von Falken hayn, and the Chief of the Imperial Military Cabinet, General Baron von j Lynckner, to Donaueschingen, where his Majesty is staying with his friend Prince Max Egon zu Furstenberg (says the Berlin correspondent of the "Daily Mail," December 2). To-day the Inci dents at Zabern, in Lower Alsace, were the subject of an exhaustive discus sion between the Kaiser and his mili tary chiefs. The incidents at Zabern originated in a speech made by a twenty-year-old subaltern, Lieutenant von Forstner, to his men. He advised them to stab any i "wackes" (meaning rowdy) who at tacked them. The populace interpreted "wackes" as meaning Alsatian and made angry demonstrations against the military, who on Friday took control of the town for twenty-four hours. The incidents have now become an affair of national magnitude. The Reichstag to-day devoted most of its attention to Zabern Instead of ...

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 — 30 January 1914

FREAK LEGISLATION. ■ ,i LAWS THAT MAKE YOU BAUGH. A Nebraska statute forbids, under heavy penalties, the "discharging of any firearm on or within sixty yards of a pubMc road or highway, except to destroy some wild beast, or an ortlecr in the disehargo of his duty;" and f.noihcr law of the same en li_h'.i n::1 State provide, that, cq proof c-f i.lio violation of a certain Act, "(.he Justice shall render judg ment for the whole amount of fine rn:l costs, and be committed to the common jail until the sum is paid." 1 he Arkansas Legislature) lias re cently distinguished itself by making the fiamc of football illegal, and puniUiab'e by a heavy fnj; but its statutc-bc-ok contain-: no. lav.s c.nits so remarkable as fouio \\hi:h h.ve be:n discussed ("and many o;' thu;;i 1 a'md) within th;- last year in oth:r Ameri can States. 'Thus in New York we have a bill to protect l.ah-liful brides an 1 grooms from 1 lie si sires of liio curio'.is by allowing tlicm to send marriage ap plications by a 1...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH BILLIARDS. GRAY GAIN'S SLOWLY. LONDON, Wed, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

ENGLISH BILLIARDS. CiRAV GAIN'S SLOWLY. LONDON. Wed. 'Al'i.lm.rl.l The billiard match ol' 18,000 up wiili ivory Inlls hotwoon (Jtoi'tro C.'rav (Aus t I'iitiji) and Newman (KiijJaiid), was continued to-day. In (lie two sc sjon t It is iil'lorn. (in ;i n> I evening (,'iay j m<m| V2U) mi his o|ip(inciit. 'I'll,. An*! r.'ilian 111 :i < I <1 hivali- of I r I ; i lid ;")0^. hut li nil oil' tUe fed. Newman's lii^uc.-l, break ll'iis 'I'lic set > res ikiu' stand: - Xm\man (r.-cciv.- Ittiin') .. I (J fay ( n play)

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BREEDING DAIRY COWS, GRADING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

BREEDING DAIRY COWS, GRADING UP. (By P. G. PALGRAVE. M.R.C.V.S.). Grading up, which is the cheapest method of herd improvement, means the mating of pure bred or improved ani mals with those which arc unimproved. For obvious reasons the bull is the par ent to bo chosen to work the- improve ment: When commencing it is neces sary to have ft rccord of the perform- ) anco of each cow in the herd, as other wise the breeder will have to proceed largely by guesswork—an unsatisfactory and often expensive method. It is also importiint to select a suitable bull, in doing which tho guiding points are : his individuality, pedigree, record of per formance, and ability to get uniform offspring. If the bull lias been well selected ih.? calves of the first- generation will pro bably be a uniform lot, even if the cows aro of mixed breeding: if the sire is pure-bred the calves will he hulf-liUmcU. if possible retain all the heifer calves: if this cannot be done, keep those of t lie high-producing cows...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S NEXT VIGEROV. MORE NAMES MENTIONED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

MOKE NAMES MENTIONED. LONDON, VTuilnosilav. • Among those mentioned as likely to succeed Lord Denman as Governor General of Australia are Lord Saye and Selc (Controller-of iiis Majesty's House hold siiK-e l'Ji'2)-and Lord Chelmsford (Governor of Queensland 100o-y, and of New South Wales l'JOD-13). Nolo.—Geoffrey Cecil IVistleton Wykeham-Fienncs. 15th Baron Saye and St'Je, is 55 years of age. Now lion. Colonel commanding the iJrd Battalion of the lloyal Scots Fusiliers, he entered the Army in 1S79 and saw service in Ziiluland in the same year. The present baron is 22ml in descent from Geoffrey do Saye, who opposed King John and was one of the twenty-live Barons en trusted with the enforcement of tho Magna Charla. _

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

TI1E COST OF NEGLECT-. Think of tho cost of neglecting your kidneys—it means tliat you are allowing kidney poisons to aceunmlato in tho .system, and theso poisons causo violent pains in tho back dropsical swellings, urinary disorders, gravel, stone, rheu matism, gout, lassitude, sleeplessness, inclination to worry, excessivo thirst, neuralgia. The genuine Doau's Back acho Kidney Pills restore to strained, overworked kidneys their full power of filtering tho dangerous kidney poisons from tho blood, and discharging thein from the svstom. T?p;irl ■— .Mrs. Isaac Baxter, Gray Street, To ran", says:—' 'My husband suffered agony from backache, and kidney trouble, for some time, and was often r-o bad that ho could hardly net about: I The kidney secretions were disordered, j and ho always felt dull and tired. His rest at night was much disturbed, and io was almost impossible for him to turn in bed, his back was so painful. Noth ing ho tried seemed to ease his suffer ing, and ho was at a lo.s...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. 'die annual report of tlio Committee ol i'nr 'Warrnamlmol liaciiil: C'luli shows vhal the Club si'intd iIu> year with a:i overdraft oi CG27 •">. !. 'Hie ammiiu expended on improvements in 1913 total. Ir-l 1-1 • 10, and a small pie.-e of 'a.nl :<■ I ii>i11iti:j: t iu- i ac; eours'e T> as pui' -based ii»r ilit' sum oi L'-ii - . 1 Clubs t:<•;!i! aj. the end oi' ill.' year ^ The receipts of tin1 winlpi' meeting loialied th,. Mibsta in ial sum of .LM072 J -' < >. and the pre-Iit s'.iown is L'l-'Jlo I -• j wiit'a is a record tor the Club. Stale's i Id the value oi' .L'liOOt) were given lor' tho v. iiiior i:i!i : C'i'iO i'or t!u* sum iiht meeting. and L" 1S>;i tor the spring illC<1' ina. total of L'li ilH lor 111l> year, ilotli ill.1 of! nil1;'! up resulted in a small lev,- tiiat oi' t!ie summer me'ting beitm L'-(i i-j II and ilic ^prii.u meeting L'.'2~> ■ i. 'i he siiuoineui of ii'-'.-ts and Ii.i bilil'es s...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEN COVERY WAS CRABBED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 30 January 1914

WHEN CbVEY WAS CftftftEfb. "The fact is, myte," says Low Covey, in a burst of confidence, "• I v.'as J)orn tired, an' I don't seem iblo to settle down to this 'ere ring-yer-in in the mornin'. an' ring-yer-out at night. "I bin doin' very well since I see you raound the Northern cirkit with a show. Might ha' bin doin' well still, but the gaff was blowed by a set o' fools. I was one o' these yere wild men, yer know, jest kaught on the coast of Afriky. ' Walk up, walk up !' That was the patter— d'ye foller me ? Lor' ! I know it by 'art. * He don't speak no lan guage, gentlemen, known in tli2se parts. _ His food is carrion. His garmints is put on for decency, but ho goes nakid in the savij state. If I was allowed to take 'is clothes off, you'd see he was tattooed from head to foot with bear 'unts anrl the signs o' the Zodiac. He was a Prince in 'is own country ; and v.c 'ad almost to exterminate his devo tid followers with the Max.;.ni afore we could git him aboard the man-o'-war. He lia...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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