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WISE AND OTHERWISE. MURPHY'S AUTOMOBILE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

WISE AND OTHERWISE. i. MUHl'HY'S AUTO MOB ILE. ISIiice Murphy, a contractor, became rich and tony, ami got a liandsorna a';immobile. Mrs. Murphy ir.viud Mr.s. Ciancy for a ride 'in the auto. ''Whatever you do, Mrs. Clatuy, don't talk to the ''Shoffar ' at all : not a word or a \vhi.s;ie:' to Uir-;, tor it takes his mhv.l oil v?b.a.t hs u~ doing." So they started out at a rapid clip. ' The chuulieur went zip aroun 1 th2 corner an.l sip around anullvvr earner : sometimes the auto, would be on two wheels. Finally Mrs. Cla-icy .touched the chauffeur on the back and says : "Mr. ShoSer, I beg your pardon ; I was told not to spa^e to you at all, but let rne tell you that Mrs. Murphy hasn't been in the car fo the last ten minutes."

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAWKESDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

HflWKESDALE RAGES. 'J'lio llawkesdalo races wore hold on Saturday last with the following re sults:— , I Handicap Hurdle Race. Of 15 sovs. ; Two miles.—G. J. Ollieer's eh g Rico chet, by Andria—Red Blood, '1 yrs., 10.3 (P. Perrott), 1! lvirston's br g Kurc, aged, 10.3 (R. Ciray), 2; W. , Rogers' br g McCormick, aged, 9.0, car. y.S (J. Mooney), 3. Only three started. Betting): 5 to 2 on Ricochet, j 2 to 1 agst. Kuro, 10 to 1 McCormick. Won easily by about lour lengths, with McCormick' ten lengths away third. 1 Tinio: -1.20. I Trial Handicap. Of S sows. S.x' fur | longs.—11. Menzel's eh h Pirateer, bjT Alva—Despair, 4 yrs., 8.2 (V. Looker), 1; G. J. Ollieer's cli in Ornate, 5 yrs., 8.4 (S. A. Bcnce), 2; J. Mahony's b m. Golden Vale, aged, 0.0 (A. Wilson), 3. Other starters: Pision, 8.4; Altar Flame, 8.2; "Wynne, 8.2. Betting: 7 to 4 agst. Ornate, 2 to 1 Pirateer, 4 to 1 Altar Flame, 5 to 1 "Wynne and Golden Vale, 10 to 1 Piston; Won comfortably by tiireo lengths. Golden Valp was two l...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DO—YOU—SMOKE? [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

DO—YOU—SMOKE ? A (list;n;iiish:il divine of unusually solemn an-.l impressive? appealanre, went out to a country town not long ago to address a temper;;n:c society. He arrived early in the afternoon, and all the town, of cours^, "shot ted" him within live minutes as a very great and very saintly man. He went into a chemist':1, and in tones that froze the youn^ blood of the assistant behind the counter, said : "Young—man—do—you—smoke ?" "'Y-yes, sir," said the trembling druggist, "I'm tony, but I learned the habit young, and haven't been able to leave it o'T yet." Then, said the great divine, with out the movement of a muscle or the abatement of a shade of the awful solemnity of his voice, " Can yo'i tell me where I can get a good ■ugar ?"

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, FEBRUARY 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

AND HAMPDEN AND MOBTLAKE ADVERTISES. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." TUESDAY, FEittlUAKY 10, 19M. Messrs. J. Armstrong and A. C. Mac Qualter, J's.P., constituted tho Bench, at tlio Camperdown Court, of Petty Ses-_ sions on Thursday. Michael Doherty" proceeded against John Edmund Hayes to recover .£-10 7/1,' described as duo for work and labor, money paid, money due on cheque, and interest. Mr. Sutton, appeared for the complainant, who said that the amount had been owing for iive years. Ho had applied lor payment and defendant had admitted tho debt and promised to pay.' "He (complainant) received a letter from 'defendant quite recently. The Bench made an order i'or the amount- claimed, with £2 7/ costs, Eodda Bros, obtained an order against Patrick MeNulty lor £14 4/U, with 27/ costs. From tho Workshop direct, to the Home! All middlemen's prolits saved bv dealing with T. Walls & Co., Furni ture and Cycle manufac...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

EXPLAINED. The eura.te was dealing with Joseph and his brethren. "Now, why," said he, "did Joseph think it necessary to say t.o them, ' See that ye fall not out by the way ?' " Th?re was silence awhile. Then the Kinius of the class made answer, and taid : "They wouldn't have uo tail board to the cart."

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

Friday, 20th Febpuarvf At the Commercial Hotel ^ •Acknowledged by Press l 11o Of,-.. S: System of Painless Dentists "t in Australasia. • L M. L. THOMAS, [ SS ELIZ ABETH-ST., MELBOURyJ 91 VICTORIA AVENUE, ALBpr PARK. ; (Recorded by tlio Dontal Board t [ Victoria.) Considers your interests, so Coiisu' [' during our visits it will pay y^j: H'avo your Tcot.li Extracted by r ANESTHETIC which has PltOYfti ITSELF TO BE SUPERIOR r most local anesthetics. f A WONDERFUL SUCCESS. R "What Dr. Charles Humbley, D Ecu to- of tlio' "American DeiiU^ U.S.A., says of THOMAS' PAI.\']tV DENTISTR Y '--Dear Sir,—Gun,.-' ing your Anesthetic, wo will say tij': appears to b ea superior prepare for tho Painless Extraction of and the work is performed vit£:.,. pain or unpleasantness to tlio paii^'i' —IN V ANITE. — | America's Latest Invention fur ^ ficial Dentures. Lighter, Surou-.-;. and Better for the Mouth than [' ■>.' nary Vulcanite. T From .CI 4/- with PAINLESS TRACTIONS FREE. " %■ Vulcanito Plates fro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

FULLER'S WINDMILLS" Scientific Simplicity. Easy Running, with a big lifting-power, the 7 are sure things to keep the troughs full. A Good Mill is a treasure, and Fuller's Mills are everything that can be desired. Strong, Well-built, Easy Running, an ornament to the Farm at a moderate cost, ESTIMATES FOR ARTESIAN BORING. epITI f WINDMILL • rULLCI\? Manufacturer TERANG. 'Phone No. 23M. A. J. THOMAS & TERANG and CAMPERDOWN. | PRIZE-TAKERS ALL .CONTESTED SHOWS (inoluding Royal Siioir). Cars. Cars. Cars, FAST/ RELIABLE, »nd flUUJT RUNNENG. < Arailabla 3)*; and Wight. WE ARE OVERSTOCKED WITH .VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. If you want a Good Vehicle at Reduced Prioea, DON'T FAIL TO INSPECT OUR STOCK. REPAIR AND RENOVATE OARS AND VEHICLES IN FIRST CLASS AND UP-TO-DATE STYLE. —YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.— ''rPhone 33. Lawrence Kb MILKING MACHINES, ALFA-LAVAL SEPARATORS, and FELIX ENGINES. DAIRYMEN ! "J3LARNEY IS CHEAP but an Inferior Milking Machine may cost • , y%al&am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

0BISKT LINE OF ROYAL MA.lt STEAMERS For London, via Adelaide, Fremantle (W.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt. Napi , Toulon, Gibraltar, and Ply mout Arrive Loudon Keb 23 Mur 14 Alar 2(S Apr 11 Apr 25 Alay 9 May 24 June 7 June. 21. gnoted on application. 1'ioasuro or Uusiness Trips on the Coast to Fremantle, Adelaide, Sydney or lirisbano quoted on application. S'he local Agonts will supply Circu lar or further information on applica tion. Passages from any Port may bo pro paid hero. D. L. DOWBELL, Branoh Manager. 312 Collins Street, Melbourne. Agent: GEO. ATKINS, Terang. And r'or . 'illy Therealcer. 'i'lio ei-eamers of the Orient Line are fitted with nil niodo.rn and up to date uppliances for cho safety and comfort ol passengers. Pasflpnuorn carried in all Classos. Third Class accommodation, Sleepi lg ilooiiiB, Dining Rooms, Deck accommo dation snd Cuisine a specialty. iirrand the World Rates Fj'a Canada, Cnited States, Japan, or South Africa Steamer j Tons j Leave I Mclbo'rne Orvieto ...

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THE RISE PRICES. TO WHAT IT IS DUE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

THE RISE \K PRiCES. ix I ,T TO WHAT IT IS DUE. The most marked economic pheno menon of the past few years has been the steady rise in the general level of prices ; the steady dccline in the purchasing power of money. It is in every country the dominant factor in social poYitics. It has brought the reaction against tariffs in Europe, the revolt against the Trusts in America ; it is the chief cause of the industrial unrest in our own country. For such a price-movement affects immediately and adversely the ac t\al and the relative economic sta tus o: the wage-earning classes. For the employer, tho trader, and the capitalist, a period of rising prices tends to be a period of brisk trade and of high prunts. Hut for the worker, whose mpney-wage remains stationary, it is a period of hard ship. As the cost of li-'ing incrca scr, the re.il value of his wage de clines, and he finds that, while his employer grows dai'y richer, he is in effect., growing daly poorer. Kis dissatisfaction with his...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

MAMMIT1S. SORE TEHTS.l One of Australia's Leading Jersey Breeders ^writes— ' "Siiy—I have much pleasure i>i f,latino tliafcI havo used your MAMMATEIN and Til AIM MITEIN OINTMENT, and liavo found both preparations VERY EFFECTIVE IN TILE TREATMENT OF MA.MMITIS AND SORE TEATS, ctc. respectively, and I MAKE A POINT OF ALWAYS KKUi'JNG SO.ME OF EACH ON HAND.—Yours Faithfully, ' G. T. CIIIRNS1DE." (E. LATTA, Manager Worribeo Park.) • -PRICE S. MAMiMFi'ElN 4/G; Injectors, 3/G; Combined Injectors and Milk Fover Outfits, 10/0; Ointment, 1/, 1/G and 2/ per tin; Drench, 1/G lor two, or 10/ per dozen of 2-1. Sold by S. DVNLOP, Teftng; BflLTIQ Go. Ltd., and KENNEDY & GO. J Warmambsol. Black, Gamperdotvn : Dainjon, Mortlake. For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. Family Medicine Mr. J. ROGHLIN, F.V.O.A., OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN & SIGHT —SPECIALIST — Of —61 BOURKE-ST., MELBOURNE, - WILL VISIT Terang District period ically (at tli© Commercial Hotel). Date of...

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DISTRICT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. I A Local Land Board was held in tlio Hibernian Hall, Cobden, 011 Wednesday morning, before Mr. M. Taylor, land officer, when the following cases wero dealt with:— Mr. J. Hutehins, 25 acres, parish of Bruekneli,—Granted. Arthur Finnigan, 75 acres, parish of limboon.—Granted. To show cause against forfeiture:— Parish, of Uiridgil {2) J. \V\ Miikms, allotment 11913, iOl "acres, JL'ari.sh ot bouth Jf urumbete; (U.) Edith Ovens.— iNo appearance. Mr. Ovens applied for the alienation of Allotment b-UW, 5 acres, parish of 'i'andarook, town ot Cobden. l'lic area had orig.nally been reserved for recrea tion purposes, anil Alls. Owens asked that it be thrown open to her for .selec tion, as she could not alford to buy it right out. Mr. John 'J 110s. Alison at tended and presented a petition signed by 'M local residents, objecting to the auenat.on, and asking that the land be retained for recreation purposes. Mr. Anson said the ground was used ior picn.e purposes, awl that a new ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

Dairy Farm To Let by Tender. ON account of SIR. PETER SIM, tlio DAIRY FARM situated at BALIN 'iuitE, ONDIT, containing 196 ACRES, now occupied by Sir. TIMOTHY RYAN, who is giving up dairying, Tlio Farm is divided into Four Paddocks, with G Roomed Dwelling, "Wash-house, Cow yards, six Bails, Pig Styes, 2-StalI Stable and Shed: watered by two wind-1 mills. 1 Tlio Lease to be for Three Years from 1st, April. 1914. TENDERS CliOSli 9 th MARCH, at noon, addressed P. SIM, e/o UAR W'OOD it PINCOTT, Solicitors- C'olac. For further particulars apply to P. SIM, Baliutoro, Ondit. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'xxxxxx £ ROMNEY S i STUDIO. H XX XX XX . XX XX TERANG & CAMPERDOWN. xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx TERANG DAYS: Monday. Wed- xx xx ncsday. Thursday and Friday, xx xx CAMPERDOWN DAYS.: Tues- xx xx day and Saturday. ; xx xx XX . XX xx xx xx All Classes of High-class Photo- x'x xx graphy at "Moderate Prices. xx xx - - xx xx xx XX XX xx —'Phono 17.— xx xx xx TERANG PRIVATE HOSPITAL. (Lato MISS ...

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MARKETS. MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. ROBERTSON & GARDNER'S REPORT. Thursday. January 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

MARKETS. MELBOURNE DAIRY PRODUCE. ROBERTSON & GARDNER'S REPORT. Thursday. January 2U, 1UI4. Robortion & Gardner, Auctioneer, Dairy »nU Farm Produce balesmezi, "itialto," 468 to 474 Flinders Lane WeBt, Melbourne, report under tlio above date:— Thursday, February 5, 1914. Fresh Butter.—For primo butters in good condition, demand steady. Choicest lactory, llAd. per lb.; good to prime, ilu. to Hid.; medium, lOd. to iUJd. ; ciioice separator, 9Jd. to lOd.; gooil dairy and separator, yd. to 9}d.; sound mixed lots, tid.; inferior, iid. Fggs.—General supplies lighter. Or dinary guaranteed l.nes, lOu.; specials and privates, lid. to 1/; new laid, su burban, to 1/24 Cheese.—Market steady at late rates. Prime, new, large, 5Jd. per lb.; occa sionally Dijtl.; meaium to good, od. to aid.; new, loaf, prime, ojd. to 5;Jd.; (semi-matured, Gid. to Vd.; mellow lnui ured, t>d. to Ud., nominally. Poultry.—Young roosters, prime, heavy, £>/i} to 0/ per pair; extra prune, to t>/o; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

HORN E& PALMER STOCK and STATION, LAND, FINANCE and COMMISSION AGENTS. —TRUST MONEY TO LEND AT— —CURRENT RATES.— CLEARING SALES CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE. DONALD 1IOKNE, Sworn Valuator under tlio Transfer of Lands Act 1S00. —AGENTS FOR— Equity Trustees Company Limited. Messrs. J. M. Peck and Sons, Mel bourne. . _ ; The Victorian General Firo Insurance Coy. (Crops, Stacks. Live Stock and ; Accidents business also undertaken;. —Telephone No. 74.— j TERANG. .MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, Cattle. Sheep, Horses, &c,! :;n! "ALMER will hold their .0.\y:':i;ia,Y SALE at their Terang ''ait's . !. yA : boro date, when tlioy v. i).' Offer:—- | FAT CATTLE. V r: '• :<m.s from Noorat. (> •.'.r.v's from Ivolora. C Pi ( ' -vs from Glenormiston. ! :> P* s>i;i ' s from The Sisters. i : .! , i.ii.<■ s from Terang. ! : f CATTLE. | pringing Heifers. • AiUit.-r; Heifers, showng well in v.. :r. ■ ■: 'ows, good lot, I iSV.CATTLE. I !'i I'm .v:in', '-tore Cows....

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PANMURE STOCK SALE. Friday, 6th February, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

PANiMUllE STOCK SALE. Friday, Gth February, 11)14 Ngrr.s, 'J'oyiio and Suown report iiuv ilijj; iiL-ia liicu' usual liwiLluiy .vtocK taw ai- x'aiuiuuv on tuo al»ov« uaio, wiicn viicy yardt/d l<Jl ncad 01 oaWie, wiu pri&iiig lai aim lorwarU cows, daiiy oat iio ami young caitiu, 'jliio aiiciiUaucc 01 buyers was large, ana gootl liianteL valuta lor ail iocs were procured. bait's were ciiccicd lor Aix-ssi's. a. ivicuuuits^ iV. iv^uuj «J. Vv, viarito . jj.Ciwev, x. jJ. JjluvjoiuioiI Jus. uwyer, mrs. »»iuc juareii, X. . -uKcrs, JJ, Jfetuliersiou. xi. i>ant, u. itoiioj Jonii vickors <J. Uoud, >v. \> uiviiigtoii, 11. CuisiOvb, M. .Lamb, U. .brewer, '1'. i'arsoiis, A. .brake, A. OoJieii, o. ill. jjrcuiiau, J. U. JLtoJlo and j. 'J-tustj juur.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

itJlii IU\JL ATiS-U. Dr. Sheldon's AlaguoUc .uiiiimeub I'e lUuVcb liioiy 01 luouniausiu cvorj: y<.ar iinui all t|io ao-eauou ruoumaiiaiu UlLUlUlJKS CUilllj-UCU. J-l> .Will ! it) -^oiu- very Moiios, auu buuuio mat I aulJulle Lily IKUU. J.11O 111SL Ui>i)i'CUU,Oil Will j^iicvc, and coiiiiiuicu usu will Wiug alioiu murvcliuua results. jL'riCo, x/u ami 0/. Cuutiiiauio a.l ii. I'. juL-uiicai, uuoiiusi., xt'iaiiy. Two haystacks, couLaiuui^ about U<J tous, wwo tmrucii. at (Just.oii.ou ou SiU uruuy. mSOKDKK.JfiD JL/1V EM. "For disorders of tho aver and slo uiucik ihero js jio belter jueUieino Uian a jabieis,' writes Airs. Aiai^arel J. »;usun, jimeraui, Q. "1 Miner., u u hii ijau ueauaenes caused l>y .1 uisoruereu Uver. rieanny ■ iny liis toiuers ojieaic to li.guiy 01 OuaniucJ'laiii'.s xauieis. X tuuugiu 1 woukl try wimt uiey uuiiid ilu lor me. -Ciller tuo nrst Jew closes J. noticed an improvement, and iiiwr I had uiiiea a eoupie oi uoxes lounu iu,\ sen &amp...

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GOVERNOR GENERAL. APPOINTMENT ANNOUNCED. HON. R. MUNRO-FERGUSON, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

GOVERNOR GENERAL. APPOINTMENT ANNOUNCED. HON. li. MUNRO-FEllGUSON, M.T. The Governor-General has received a cable from the Secretary of State i;jr the Colonies stating that His iViajest., the King lias been pleased to appoint the Kiglit Honorable Honald AiiU'io Ferguson, M.P.. as Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief of the Com monwealth of Australia, in succession to Lord Denman. Air. Konald Munro-Ferguson is a son of the late Colonel-It. Munro-Ferguson, M.P., and wa.s born in i860, lie re ceived his early education at home. As a lad of 15 ho joined the Fife Light liorse, and rose to a captaincy, iiien iiu went 10 toanclnurst, whence, after the i usual course, Jie parsed into tne Grena- ! d.er Guards m i.87'9. \Vith tne paujrnal iaste for polit-.es, no took tho iirst op portunity that came to him to lind a seat 111 tho House, and in August 1884 won l<oss and Cromarty. His success, however, was snort-lived, for ho went out in the following year, being beaten by tho Crof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

TWO DOSES GIVE RELIEF. "I am subject to bowel troubles which causo pain and ineonveiuencQ,'' writes Mr. Alfred Wane, 183 Unburn Road. Auburn. Victoria; ''but two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem edy give immediate relief. I am pleased . to know thero is such a safe afld cortain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and always keep a bottle handy." Sold by H. F. Bennett, Woods' Great Peppermint Our©: For Ckragha and QqIcJs—n^zer failij 1/0,5

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

TO i>0 OTiii^KS UOOD. "I Jiavc been living in S.AV. Queens land for tlnrLccji vcaivi,'' writes Jilr. J. xv. Xuiuaie, IW.tur ot tlio Cuunaiiuill •H'atcinuau." • jJunng time tnno x have been subject to atiacKs of Uiar rmea, ami iiavo anvays tunnel Ciiaiuber lUui's Uoiic ami j^uuTJia-a xtomecly to quicKiy relievo jue. JL can recommend it to an.youe auironug lrom tuac com plaint. lou may use tii.s letter as you sc-0 lie; lor it is written lo UoocneiVj good." ttokl by Jd. iJ. Uennet.i, Uue unst, Tci'ang.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

R. DEVERELL, —SADDLE and HARNESS MAKER.— HIGH STREET, TERANG. . (Next Brookman and Co.) IN Thanking the Public for past aup» port, bees to draw attontion to hia Largo and Well-assorted Stock of SADDLES, HARNESS, and STABLE REQUISITES. Single and Double Harness of all descriptions on band and Mado to Order. A Largo Assortment of Bridles, Biia, Stirrup Irons, etc., etc. R E P A I R S Of all kinds Neatly Executed on the Shortest Notice. HIE TERANG HAIKORESSING < SALOON. R. DEVERELL H AIRDllESSE R, INTIMATES that owing to the increasing trade, ho has Engaged the 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. BRTJNNING, Seeds man; also G. BRUNNING 4 SON, Nurserymen, Si. Kilda. »—AV— LOWEST POSSIBLE FRICE8.. * v% SMITH, NEWS AGENT A STATIONER, high BTBBHT, TBRANS.

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