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QUAKTERLY HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

QUAKTERLY HOBSt SALE. iNonis, Toy lie and Seowu rci>orb (i» conjunction ".Willi iVLessrs. au.imsuii, ou-oluc iuul Co.) naViiiy iieiU wieir usual- ^nai'ic-riy t»ue ot Hirst's at uieu levant \;u\is ou uie above uaiu. iargo uuiiiotr 01 jiorsea came lunvaru, iiuiiiucratg iiO lie.iil, coiiij>r.siny auti mea.uin wcigui, urauguuj: ueuveiics, buggy norsesj naciis aiiu pomes. J.'iie u»uai lurge numuer ol city buyers were ul uotenuaiwe, uisu buyers iroiii tne Kui'rouiiu.ng uistncis. J uo inarKefc openeu wtuli, ana until tuy siuo nail l/i'ogresseu a yooil tieui very few nortses cuUugcd liauuSj owiut5 cuieliy to tno v L-ry nigli reserves liiaue by ttio owners, iiuivi'vii', as liie isan; went ou vemioro sol it'iicci m Lnuir reserves, ami lor txio remainder ol tue sale yood luarkoi. vuiucs Weio pi'Oi-iavci. Out, ol Ike tuuU varaing xuu were Uisposeu 01. iiicluueu in tu« varuiiig wei'o uran-o lrom iUcssrs. XI.. xi. jL/e iiiLtie, \v. i\l. x>ayies, H. J . luan.ioHij and x'. xx. Jjociv. xis ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

TERANGr. Sheep, Cattle* Horses, Etc MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1G, 1914. N ORRIS, TOYNE and SCOWN will hold their WEEKLY SALE at :heir TERANG Y'ARDS on tho above late, when they will Offer (through their \uctioncor, D. M. Gleeson):— FAT CATTLE. 10 Primo Cows from Ivolora. G Prime Cows from Garvoc. 8 Primo Cows from Noorat. 9 Prime Cows from Glenorniiston. STORE CATTLE. ]:i Forward Store Cows. 10 L.-irgo Framed Cows in good ecu dition. DAIRY CATTLE. 10 Forward Springing lieifors. 8 Cows on the point of calving. YOUNG CATTLE. 1G Mixed Calves. 30 Heifers, li to 2 yrs. old. 23 Yearling Heifers. SHEEP. 80 Forward Store AVeanors. 50 Fat Crossbred Ewes. 3o Primo Lambs. SUNDRIES. NORRIS, TOYNE and SCOWN, Terang. TERANG. "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. —At Twelve o'CIock.— PIGS. N ORRIS, TOYNE and SCOWN will hold their NEXT FORT NIGHTLY PIG SALE-at their Teranp; Yards on tho above date, when they will Offer (through their Auctioneer, D. M. Gleeson):— NORRIS, TOYNE and SCOWN, Terang. PANMURE. ON A DATE TO BE ...

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

AiUS SO 1'LEAyAM 'j 0 TAiviY ""J. w;is ahwivy jik-IiiiuI to Iji> cuji-sli ^•ateu, ;uid \\u.> ai\va\5 cuJipelieu iu iau.o a. v.i'iivs -ur. axtiyu .uao i>augiiLou. Lubt'cK, vie. ■ Liiiiiuuci' juuj's 'lauifi.s Hole recouuueiuUju m-j auti n lew Uuses rehcveU jno oi CM* uoublesomo complaint. I clunk so iy oi uicm tuao nuw i uuio ;i,i occa sional Uoso, ivlnch Jielps to keep mo m good health." Sold bj h, P, gennot.tj Chemist. Teraug..

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

TERANG. MONDAY.. FEBRUARY 10, 1914. Cattle, Sheep, Horses, &c ' Salo of Dairy Cattle at 12.30 o'Clock Sharp. - D ALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED . < (Successors to Howe, Thornton and Palmer) will Sell (through their Auc tioneer) in their Yards, Terang, on the above date:— FAT CATTLE. 8 1'rinio Cows from Noorat. 7 Prime Cows from Olenormiston. 7 Prime Cows from Kolorn. G Pi'imo Cows from 'Jlip S'sters. (J Prime Cows from Terang. DAIRY CATTLE. 8 Forward Springing Heifers. 9 Forward Springing Cows. 20 Good Autumn lleiiers. STORE CATTLE. 15 Good Forward Store Cows. 10 Store Cows in good condition. YOUNG CATTLE. 20 Yearling Heifers, a good-lot. 18 Heifers. 2 vis. old. SHEEP. 30 Prinio Crossbred Lambs. 20 Prime 2-Tootlis. 20 Fat Merino Ewes. DALGETY and CO. LTD., Terang. TERANG. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARV" 11. —At Twelve o'CIock.—• P I G S. D ALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED (Successors to Howe, Thornton and Palmer) will hold their NEXT FORT NIGHTLY PIG SALE on the above date...

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HER ANCESTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

IIER ANCESTORS. "Have you any ancestors, Mrs. Kelly ?" asked Mrs. O'Brien. ' "Plural's ancislois ?" "Why, people you sprung from." "Listen 'to me, Mrs. O'Brien," said Mrs. Kelly, impressively. "Oi come from tils rale sthoek av Donahues that sphring from nobody. They sphring at Ihim."

Publication Title: Terang Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WORK HE LOVED. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

THE WORK HE LOVED. The foreman of a large ironworl being short of labourers one morn ing, as a last cllort went to an old tramp who was having a free doss at one of the old furnaces, and roused him up with the remark : "I say. my man, are y on want'ing work ?" "What kind of work ?" asked tho tramp. "Can you do anything with a shovel ?" "Yes," replied the weary one, rub bing his eyas. "I could fry a piece of ham on it."

Publication Title: Terang Express
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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE DAT AND NIGHT SERVICE. 13. Atkins, Geo., Carrier, Lyons Street. 22. Backhouso, E. L., Solicitor, High Street. 27 Barkla, S H., and Co., Merohanta, High Street. 7. Bennett, R. P., Stock and Station Agent, High Street. 21. Baxter, W.T., Auctioneer. 7. Benuett, R. P., private residence 2Q(j) Bennett, John H. Chemi*t, High Street; and Private Residence. o5. Black, A. J., Mount iToorat. 52. Black, S. G., Gleuormiston House. 26. Bowen, P., Cab Proprietor. 57. Bowman's Hotel (A.H.O'Hagan). i 25. Bradshaw, J., "Yaralla." 53 J. M. Brennan (both shop and pri vate house). 20(x) Breton, Dr., Mortlaka Road. 61. Brookman. A. J. & Co., High-st. 2. Clanoey Bros., Butchers, Higii-st.; and Slaughter Yards. 8. Commercial Hotel (Mrs. W. John fctono). 10. Cobrico Cheese Factory. 8 Co-operatire Btora 1. Dalgety A Co., Stock Agents, Bayne Street. 62. Davies, J. H., Plumb«r. Estoourt Street. 1 10. Doyle & Kerr, Solicitor» 4!). Durham, George ' 4-7. Electric Power Hous°. [...

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

F.TARANTO, Fruiterer and Confectioner, HIGH STREET, TEItANG. ALL CHOICEST FRUITS ill Season. Tho Best Imported and Colonial CONFECTIONERY always on hand. Only tho very best SOFT DRINKS and CORDIALS kept in largo variety. Great Varietv Of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and FANCY BOXES Just Arrived. Everything Stocked is tho Very Best. NOTE MY ADDRESS, AND PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL. MECHANICS FRUIT CAFE. The Western District Factories' Co-operative Produce Gompan Limited DESIRE to Intimato lo Fanners in tho Surrounding District that thoy have arranged to MAUKKT FARM PRODUCE during ih0 forthcoming season. ORDERS are now being received for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. A BRANCH OFFICE has boonopen od at Royal Chambers, ivepler Streofc, Warrnambool, under tho mauagomeui of MR. J. J. OR It. HEAD OFFICK: 57 KING STREET MKLBOUKNli. TEUANG REPRESENTATIVES: CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Terang. I For Bronchial Couglis, take Y\ oo-s Great Peppermint Cure: 1/6." Cure; 1/6."

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COLAC DAIRYING COMPANY. TURNOVER FOR THE YEAR: £262,708. PROFIT FOR HALF-YEAR: £991 12/5. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

COLAC DAIRYING-COMPANY. TU11 NOV Ell FOR THE YEAR: £262,708. - l'UOFIT FOR HALF-YE Alt; | £991 12/5. j The half-yearly report of tlio Colac Dairying Company will bo issued to shareholders in the course of a few days, and it provides some interesting ligures. Tho turnover for the year was 4-202,708 G/il, being an increase of £13,8(58 2j'2 over the amount paid during iyi2. These ligures .show the immense valuo which the eo-operativo movement has been to tlio district, and it again em phasises the fact that every dairyman siiould bo loyal to the locni company. There are some who still send their sup plies away from the district to proprie tary concerns. It- stands to reason that a company, with such a larg<. turnover, can carry on tlio process 01 manufac ture 011 a low basis, and that conse quently it can give to suppliers tlio very best returns, especially as its product ;s disposed of by a co-operativo company. Large as the returns are, there js 110 doubt that there are st...

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

manufacturing account. For Half-year Ended December 31, 1913. EXPENDITURE. To £ s. d. Crciim Purclinsos 94.832 4 0 Milk Purchases47^61 ]5 3 15 "g Purchases '548 (i 5 Skim-milk Purchases ... 1010 8 3 Cream Cartage .. .. .. <150 0 4 Freight and Cartage .. .. 4(31 1G 4 Butter Boxes 3170 7 8 Stores 725 13 5 Oils .... .. 312 15 4 Paper .. .. 235 17 Firewood ' .. 787 19 3 Charcoal 90 4 2 Horse-feed 140 13 7 Commission & Brokerage 35S8 0 6 Railway Freight and Cart age, Melbourne 100S 5 9 Ocean Freight 2128 14 Freezing Cnarges .. ..... 240 11 5 Mar.ino Insurance .. .. 161 15 10 Cartage and Railway Ex port \ . ., 527 10 G Stamps and Exchanges .. 535 17 3 Salaries 454 10 0 "Wages 3458 4 10 Auditor 10 10 0 Directors' Fees .. 100 0 0 Maintenance & Renewals loll 9 11 Shoeing 14 8 0 General Charges 81 13 11 Insuranco 121 0 8 Travelling Expenses .... 24 5 4 Telephone .. 31 14 4 Printing, Stationery, and Advertising .. 109 18 3 Postages and Stamping Cheque Forms 82 8 2 Re...

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

A GJLIJ5AT SUlWlSliJiUt FJROM ixiiJiN i!i X S aim) (^icav Jili. yUic^Y OUitiSi) i-lX „xv. toilUJLi JL>Oa O UJUN X' J ■ Jl , "1 Jun'o buca ii gt'cut suuerer ior luany yvaits With x»im;:iscu iviunvya, unuei anil iScauuiiy,'' utul'S M-ia. jv. v A^rauy, o Oiityiuu toti'c'oi, Jjaaiuun. 1>.D.\\ . "Jit l-.lIK'S i Has SO (JUU i CUUJU uuu Uo my u unv. "jlno pains in my oacii WUl'O so eiUVuro ill Luc ilHJI'lllliy, lllUl/ x \«as liiuiljie lu {jcC out/ ox Uou Wituuili. .us-sluucc, ami wuon j. siuojmM iu im;i< anjtu.iig up, it was uil.i yicat uun uuiuy tiuiu j. coiutl swilijiiuwu inv»eii ay,a,.ii. J. always K-k lan^uat, una >t..y ni'iiublv. i 11 Alt many ^.m.iciit Kuiu-j oi lvmoiliuSj ijUl uci'iveu no uuiicin \iinuevur. who nay x uas spwaiang lu a lauy menu, aim biio isiron^jy iiuvutu juu io try jJi'. "i^iiCiuuii a \_uii J/uis. l n.OUglll ... cy \.ouitt ijc jusa im.' .^amu a* uic oLliL'r iciinjiLcs, Out. x am nappy io say Liiau ItmJ ai'u mc Dc-sb pnia x uavu cvor culiio auMjo...

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

XJJIS PRKi'AKA I iON Best litted to relieve and absolutely cur0 .Indigestion is Dr. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules. Tlioy contain every known digestant, and digest every kind of lood. Good results are always certain. I/O and '2/(i. Obtainable at JfcL. 1'. Bennett, Chemist, Terang.

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MORTLAKE [?] COUNCIL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

-^ \ \0 M0RTL4K& <HWE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1014. Present: Crs. II. A. D. Hood (Piv* - (lent), Wells Brumley, P. Ormsby, W. J ,T. Armstrong, W. T. Allen, G. Thompson, T.W. iiailey and W. JMoffatt. • CORRESPOXDEXCE. An apology was received from Cr. Clifford. Cr. Hood moved tliat a letter of cou dolenco be forwarded to Cr. Clifford, sympathising with him in his bereave ment-. Cr. Armstrong .seconded. Car Vied. From Postmaster-General, acknow ledging receipt of communication of lOtn inst. respecting desired establish ment of telephonic communication be tween -MortlaKo and Lake liolnc.—Re ceived. From Shire of 'J'ambo, forwarding cir cular re tho proposed abolition of Rail way Lands Acquisition Act, and point ing out that the Minister will receive a deputat.on on the lilt February.—-Ke ceived. From Kenna and others, requesting that a bridge h.* erected over the Pcjark dra:n between Justin's and Proctor's properties.—Referred to the Engineer. From Sutherland Hom...

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

SUlI'Li WU.Ni)bi\l'UL! '•JJy little gii'l /elda frum-ml no voji tmuousJy Wiln Group tuab 1 ocguii !o xuajjc sue u'uuiil utMcr gci, better," Vines Airs. Uauiujeti, j.vv Adelaide j-toaci, i\eviovii, -\.A. "OL'wiig tJuam Jjeii;uu'i> Conga Kemedy auvended, 1 liiougho I would viy n aua could see a change in Jier straigut away. it w sinipiy wonderful Jiow qiuciay UiiamOu-r- • Jams t'ougli itemedy relieved tUv> objJd." Sold bv ji. 1'. dennett, Oiifr XflilPfx

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MARKETS. TERANG STOCK MARKET. Monday, 9th February, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

MARKETS. 0:0 TERANG STOCK MAJtKET. i Monday, 9th February, 1914, 517 cat lie niul -18U .sheep yarded. Fat ' Cattle,—1G8 forward. Competition was ' evenly sustained at last week's rates. Prime fat bullocks (light weights). C7 to £8 12;'; good do. from CO: prinio fat cow.s and heifers. -CO 10/ to C'7 10/: good do.. CM 10/ to CO 5/; medium sorts from .£5: fleshy cows from CI. Oairv Cattle. —For forward tows and heifers values remained unaltered, while autumn hei fers were (hill and values lower. For ward springing cows from .£0 to C7; autumn heifers from C-l 10/ to ■£"> 1 (I . Store Cattle.—A good market at late rates. Young forward .store cows, .C:j 10' to C-l ]•")/ : old and inferior from ;C1 10/. Young Cattle.—Values unaltered. Steers, H to 2 years old, .£2 11/: year lings from 30,. Sheep.—For alTdescrip tions a good demand ruled at rates unal tered. Prime 2-looths, Hi; tn 1 7/3 : fat old ewes from 10/ to 1J/<i; prime fat lambs, 1-1 / to 1G/3; store lambs to 1.2jd, Nex...

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WORKERS' COMPENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

WORKERS' COMPENSATION. REMAKES BY MR. OMAN, M.L.A. Speaking on tho second reading of the Workmen's Compensation Bill (which | was agreed to by *16 votes to 10). Mr. D. i S. Oman, M.L.A. (Hampden) said:— 1 strongly supported the contributory clause in connection with workers' com pensation. Shortly alter tlio last elec tions, a number of members on tlic Min isterial side of tlio House, in meeting assembled, decided that they would try to secure such a provision in tho Work ers' Compensation Bill. I was pledged to a proposal that would bring about a j contributory system, providing lor pay- i ment by the employer, tho employe, and ; tho Government. 1 voted for that. I Ther© is no bitterness or feeling in this . discussion to-night, and I think J. can honestly say, in fairness to the Premier, that when ho was approached lie gave j .the matter careful consideration, and , finally adopted the suggestion. Ho ! JAnbodicd the provision in the Bill, and ; SJ'iit it to another place. I disagr...

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A TALKATIVE LITIGANT. MERRIMENT IN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 10 February 1914

A TALKATIVE LITIGANT. MERRIMENT IN DIS1IUCI' COUlll. I xho persistent agitation of an irre pressible complainant who'"was conduct ing Jiis own debt case, and the unavail ing efforts ol' Mr. G. Head Murphy. P.M., to quieten him, made up a li.guiy amusing comedy for District Court spe<;- J tutors on Friday morning. • | Complainant, \V. A. Fox, of Osboiue House, 40 Nicholson Street, Fitzruy, sued George Godfrey, solicitor, of Collins j Street, for the recovery of £10, allegvl 1 'to be owing for work done in ISJ'11 c.n ' the Great Eastern mining leases at Gippsland, and for expenses incurred. Complainant- was also suing lloo'Tt lladen Smith, solic.tor, of lemplo Court: Collins Street; J. S. Eve, hairdresser, of Jiourko Street ; Arthur G. Harstm, printer, of Chancery Lane; and Art.iur G. Propsting, legal manager, of Jiea conslield Parade, South Melbourne, for moneys alleged to be duo in connection with the same work. Defendants were represented by Mr, A. J. O'Dwver. Complainan...

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

CO-Ot-w BARGAINS iu AITLTiT N p,. BARGAINS in UNDER^OTHx BARGALNS in COSTUMES! BARGAINS in EVERY LINE that go to make Toilet. Smart Jap. Crepo, worth 7/11; Now J/3. Flannelette Wrappers, wortli 10 G; Now 5/. Dressing Jackets, worth u'll: Now 2/6. Print Wrappers, worth 10/6; No». Dust Coats—Navy and Tussore: 4/11, 7/6, 11/0, 20/; wortli double tho price. Children's White Muslin Frocks: 2/11, 3/3, 3 6, 3/11, 4/3 and 4/6. Last Two Weeks of Slaughter Prices IN THE Mercery and Clothing Departments. NOW is THE CHANCE TO GET MEN'S and BOYS' WEAK AT PRI CES THAT WILL ASTOUND YOU! Boys' Dark Norfolk Suits, In a few sizes only: 3/11. Washing Suits from 2/11. Thcro arc only a few of these left. Men's Underpants from 1/.. Panama Hats from 6/11. Men's Boaters from 6d. each. Men's A-Hoso from 3d. pair. CO-OPERATIVE STORES TERANG. S. H. BARKLA & CO.'S BARGAIN SHLE . IS STILL PROCEEDING. A^L ODDMENTS AND REMNANTS i o BE THROWN OUT AND SOLD AT PRICES THAT WILL CLEAR. o:: o S EE 0 U R R E M N...

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

Picnic Carnival Highi. The Stagpoole Family ! in theik paotomdie, " jhe Old Homestead.'1 Introducing their Wonderful Novelties, the "WILD BULL and the KICK ING MULL'. ALSO THE SCREAMING SKETCH, " THE CRAZY CADDY,'' Introducing TED, tlio Wonderful Comedian; also MISS RUBY COX, tl'o Brilliant Contral.o. in her Beautiful Ballads. THE NOONANS, the Clever Enuvtainers. Popular Prices: 2/ and 1/. ALF. W. REARDON, Secretary. LAST TWO WEEKS. End of Season Slaughter —i—: o: :o THE BALANCE OF OUii SUMMER GOODS MUST 13E CLEANED OUT REGARDLESS OF COST. Light Ground Prints: 6/G; Now 2/11 Solprufe—Tussore, Brown and. Bluo: ■ dozon. 1/3; Now 7Jd. Cotton Slmntung—Tussore, Brown, Grey and Snxe: ]/6; Now 9d. Colored Jap. Silk: 10.UI.; Now 4/.d. Cotton Poplin—Cream, Tussore, Light Blue: lOJd.; Now Gd. REMNANTS AT HALF-PRICE! Dressmaking Department. During the next two weeks wo will make up any Dress Length, purchased in our Store for 12/6. Clicnts should avail themsolves of this opportunity. CO-OPERATI...

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

DENTAL. W. A. PAKRAMORE, l.d.s.,b.d.s DENTIST, TERANG. MR, PARRAMORE may bo Consulted at liis Rooms in Shadforth Street, opposite tho Wheatsheaf Hotel, daily (ex cept Friday). A Limited Number of White Leghorn Cockerels for 6alo; Uertlesmior's Roseworthy winners, Purvis' Rosavor thy winners (winter test), Swift and Brown Burnley winners. Price, 5/ each. —W. G. Osburne. ""HOR SALE.—Hornsby-Ackroyd Oil Engine, 2J-h.p. ; suit farmer for chaff-cuiting; cheap. This Office. STRAYED into my paddock, Tho Marsh, Garvoc: Yellow and White Cow, branded C under bar 011 off rump. Owner can have same on paying expen ses.—P. Farrcll, Garvoc. TMPERIAL 5-h.p. Stationary Petrol X Engine, almost new. Full particu lars 011 application to T. WALLS and CO., Terang. MOTOR CYCLES built to your own crder 011 tho premises. Call and seo them being built. Prices on appli cation. New Bicycles from £8 10/.— 'J'. WALLS and CO., Terang. ICTURE FRAMING, Furniture Re pairs, Upholstering, etc.—WALLS, Terang. SECOND-HA...

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