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TERANG TROTTING CLUB. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. THE ENTRIES. PONY [?]ROT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

TERANG TROTTING CLUB. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20. THE ENTRIES. PONY .jlIOT. T. Moloney's 1) g Jinny Brown. AW Hartley's cr g Lucknow. M. Gillies' Timbo. D. Whelan's Rosalie. ' G. Smith's Bully Golly. (J. 11. Dunlevey's Daisy Direct. D. Dow's Nimble Lad. TRIAL STAKES. F. McDonald's b or br g Retso T. -M. Slattery'.s b g Renegade "Woolamai Stock Farm's b g Jucketie C. Cameron's rn h Brilliant J. T. O'Bryan's ch in Headlight M. J. Vaughan's l)ixie iirown. J. McMeck ill's Coc.ee. D. Kelly's Lady Snips. D. Kelly's Floater. D. Kelly's Fuchsia. Johnstone Bros.' Alarm Bells. J. WJielan's Expert J. Keiina's Dixie Maid. H. A. Brady's Barwon Wilks J. Harris' Hihnont. J. Harris' Gwennie. M. E. Considme's Sweet Nell. D. Gwin's Baron AV. Code's Glencoe Alexander. HACK RACE. J. J.- Tehan's ch g Lavender J. 'J'elian's b g Beaucatclier AY. Londrigan's cli f Isabel Kirk L. Scally's b g First Knight. J. Ayres' b g Bowyang R. N. Crawford's' b g l'ortico. T. F. Sadler's b g The Claw. TERANG TROTTING CUP. E. ...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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WORLD-WIDE NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

Vi/UKLU-WIUL nuiti). England at present holds India by v;rf,:c of the goodwill of Japan. Ja pan is our ally. Everyone knows it. Hut that circumstance does not de prire the position of its insignifi cance. In the whole of the waters I of the Eastern . hemisphere the fleet of Japan is now omnipotent. There is not a single British battleship cast of Suez. And so great has been the decline of our naval power during the last six years that it would now be entirely beyond our means to send to the Bast auy squadrons capable for a moment of contending with the Japanese Navy. We could not do it, because, if we did do it, what vrould.be left 0f our fleet at home would be inadequate to match the navies of Germany and Austria. Therefore, again. Japan is mistress of the Eastern seas. Iiaving that mastery,, she can use her im mense transport service as she li'.tcs. This means that she. could embark two hundred thousand of her troops and convoy them in perfect safety to the coast of India, and cov...

Publication Title: Terang Express
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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

SPORTING. Vocklor's "Searchlight," in referring to Mr. Jack Twomey, says:—"J. 'lwo mty, who manipulates the barriers 011 tlio Wren courses, is easily \ ictoria s premier starter. His dispatches are usually masterpieces of watchfulness and patience—the two most essential qualities of a good starter/' Matouroe started favorite and won the February Handicap at Mooreheld 011 Saturday. .\lr. Suuiginon's old horse is in tiio Australian Cup at S.l. Traqueite did not .^tart m tiie Oak leigh Plate, but was pulled out l'or the Federal Stakes, fur two year olds. The brilliant iilly had 10.1. and although she stai'ted at -3 to -i on in a lieid of 17. sue ran nowhere. W'oorak started a warm lavorite for the (Jakleigh Plate, but- after holding a commanding po^: L.oa laded out m the straight. .1 he evergreen Popinjay won, with Nuwara Jiliva second and Four Flush third. Captain White is doing as good work as anything at Flenungton. McCornuick knocked out Johnny Summers in Sydney on Saturday night i...

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RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

RHEUMATISM. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic "Liuimonfc re moves lnoro cases of rheumatism every year than all the so-called rheumatism medicines combined. It will penetrate to your very bones, and sootho and subdue the pain. The iirst application will relieve, and continued uso will bring about marvellous results. Price, l;G and 3/. Obtainable at H. I1, JJennett, Chemist, Ternng. The now Government Cool Stores will cost iV-yOO.OOO, not i'7.5,000, as previous ly estimated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

1 For Bronchial Coughs, talso [Woods' Circat rqipcnniut jUuvoj 1/G

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

F.TARANTQ, Fruiterer arad Gonfeciione?, HIGH STREET, TERANG. ALL CHOICEST FRUITS ill Season. Tlio Best Imported and Colonial CONFECTIONERY always on hand. Only tlio very best SOFT DRINKS and CORDIALS "kept in largo variety. Great Varietv 0!: 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' Go-oparativa Produce Compan Limited DESIRE to Intimate to Farmers iu tho Surrounding District that they liavo arranged to MARKET FARM PRODUCE during tho furthcoming seasou. ORDERS aro now lining received for BAGS, BINDER TWINE Etc. A BRANCH OFFICE has been open ed at Royal Chambers, jvepler Street, Warrnambool, under tho management of MR. J. J. ORR. HEAD OFFICE: 57 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. TERANG REPRESENTATIVES: CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Teraitg. For Bronchial C'ouphs, take WooJs Great Peppermint Cure; I/G,". Cure; 1/6.* R. DEVERELL, —SADDLE and HARNESS MAKER.— HIGH ST...

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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE. 13. Atkins, Geo., Carrier, Lyons Strtoat. 22. Backhouse, E. L., Solicitor, High Street. 27 Barkla, S H., and Co., Morohanta, High Street. 7. Bennett, it. P., Stock and Station A((eut, High Street. 21. Baxter, W.T., Auctioneer. 7. !!i'iuiett, 11. P., private residence 20(j) Bennett, John H. Chemist, Uigii Street; and Private Residence. 55. Black, A. J., Mouut iToorat. 52. Black, S. G., Glenorniiston House. 2o. Bowen, P., Cab Proprietor. ^"wmau's Hotel (A. 11.0'Hagan) qj J., "Yaralla." 2o'. Bradsua.., 'hotl1 shoP and Pri' ■M J. Al. Brennau j - vato house). <?0(s) Breton, Dr., Mortlake Boad. (31. Brooknian. A. J. & Co., High-st.i 2. Uiaucey Bros., Butchers, High-st. and Slaughter Yards. 3. Commercial Hotel (Mrs. TV. Jolin .-tono). Ifi. Cobrico Cliecso Factory. B Co-operative Storo 1. Dal^ety & Co., Stock Agents, Bayne Streot. (>2. Davies, J. H., Plumber. Estoourt Slreet. IS. Doyle & Kerr, Bolioitora •I'.). ...

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The Terang Express AND HAM[?]DEN AND MORTLAKE ADVERTISER. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY. Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

Cfte Cerans express AND HAKs DEN AND MOItTLAKE ADVEBTISEB. PUBLISHED TUESDAY & FRIDAY., Subscription:—£1 Year, 5/ Quarter. Our Motto: "Advancement." TUESDAY. FEU 11UAHY 17, 191-1. The Noorat Gun Club will hold -i s'.ariiiiK shoot 011 Saturday next. A line -i J/ trophy, donated liv tin1 Club, will bo s''.ot lor. Tlio second shoot lor the continuous trophy will be held, and there w,ll be- the usual sweeps.. Messrs. Norris. Toync aiul Scown s Purnini stock sale will be held oil Fri day next. The Panmur-e I'icnic Carnival, to be j held to-morrow oil the Pannmie Bace eourse, promises to be a most successltil event. The carnival is being liekl to raise fund* lor the -liusli Nurse's salary, and it is therefore entitled to the sup port of everyone in tlu' district. Mr. i'\ Dudson will present the rider of the w.liner of the .Lady Deninan Bracelet with a whip. The Secretary has receiv ed the following donations:—Mr. I1'. Dudson, 10,0; .Mr. llaymes, ;C1 1 /; -Messrs. Norns. Toyne'aud ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

TERANG-. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1914. Cattle, Sheep, Horses, &c Sale of Dairy Cattle at 12.30 o'Clock Sharp. ,TV ALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED u (Successors to Howe, Thornton and Palmer) will Sell (through their Auc tioneer) in their Yards, Terang, on tho above date:— 10 Prime Cows from Springbrooh. i 8 Prime Cuws from Glenoriuiston. ' G Prime Cows from iNoorat. G Pr.me Cows from Keilambete. DAIRY CATTLE. 12 Forward Springing Heifers. G Springing Cows. lu Autumn Il<'itcr.s. a j'ood lot. STORE CATTLE. 12 Good Young Store Cows. 10 Store Cows ill good condik'on. 30 Fat Crossbred Lambs. 15 Fat Comeback Ivives. - DALGETY and CO. LTD., Terang. FAT CATTLE. YOUNG CATTLE. 20 Yearling lleifors. SllliEP. TERANG. - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25. '—At Twelve o'Clock.— p Tg s; DALGETY & COMPANY LIMITED (Successors to Howe, Thorn ton and Palmer) will hold their NEXT FORT NIGHTLY PIG SALE oil the above date. DALGETY and CO. LTD., Terang. PR ELIMINR A Y. SPECIAL SALE 800 CATTLE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

AHE SO PLEASANT TO TAKE. "I was always inclined to Ijo consti pated, and was always compelled to take :v laxative/' writes Mr. Hugh .Mae Naugliton. Lubeclt, Vie. '"Chamber lain's Tablets were recommended mo and a i'ew doses relieved me of this troublesome complaint. I think so high ly oi: them that now I take an occa sional doso, which helps to keep me in ^ood health." Sold by Ix. P. Bennett, Chemist, Toraug. —ANNUAL SIEETIN G.— SATURDAY, 2Si.li MARCH, l'Jl-1. 28th OFFICIALS PRESIDENTMr. J. _Tcliau. Vice President: Mr. C. Core. Trea surer: Mr. li. Sadler. Judge: jNLr. W. K. MacKinnon. Starter: Mr. ,\V. T. Baxter. llandicappers: -Messrs. A. G. Bendall (horses) and T. 11. McMi'lan (Trot-). Clerk of tlio Scales: Mr. Ii. Northeast. Clerk of tho Course: Mr. 11. Beard. Hon. Medical Officers: Dr. J. 1'. Montgomery and Dr. 11. Breton. Hon. Veterinary Surgeon: Mr. W. Dunbar Shew. Hon. Timekeeper: Mr. W. W. Nicholls. Committee: Messrs. B. Sadler, J. Gore, M. Whelan. .las. Sargeant, "W. Thornt...

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FORCE OF HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

FORCE OF HABIT. The automobile enthusiast had bought a motor-boat. With a great flourish of trumpets, he strode out of the front door in the early morning to take-his initial trip. Late at night, he crept in by the back door his clothes dripping rivers, his hair hanging over his eyes in plastered strings. James," excl.iimcd his wife, '''what is it ? Did you upset ?" He drew up to the kitch:n Are, shivering. For a brief spell he sat vnitli an abstracted air. Then he looked up. "'It's all right, Mary !" he answer ed. "No, I didn't upset. But when I had been on the water a few hours, something went wrong ' with the motor, and : " He paused. "' Well—well ?" urged his f;ood wife. ■"Well, before I—er—realised it,, I was over the side, trying to get under the b'amed thing to fix it ! Ilabit, vou know -just habit !" When coal is dear throw a pailful of strong salt and water over all you liave in the cellar. water or resin water will also help the coal to burn more slowly and give a better h...

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LETTER-WRITING. IT USED TO BE CONSIDERED QUITE A PASTIME. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

LETTER-WRITING. r IT USED TO BE CONSIDERED QUITE A PASTIME. "Do you know, I .iust hate to writs, letters ?"—Familiar Quotation. Who does like to write letters, any way ? No one but the very young person in love, or who thinks he is. Most of us telephone if we can, and if we can't telephone we wait for a few days and then forget all about it. Grandma used to write letters as long as an old-fashioned sermon, was a right pert letter-writer, too. Everybody wrote 'em. It was the thing to do, and you got yourself disliked if you did not sit down every once in a while, sharpen your goosetjnill, and tell somebody all your inmost thoughts and what you had for dinner. We quit it some time back. It is doubtful now if there is more than one person in ten who has the faint est glimmerings of what a real old fashioned chatty letter was like. They called tliem epistles back in grandma's time, and they spent whole) days writing them, copying them, and sealing them with a multitude of red, green, an...

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CHILD LIFE IN SIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

CHILD LIFE IN SIAM. ^ When the Siamese girl gets up in the morning she does not go t0 the wnslistand to wash her face, for the simple reason that Siamese houses can boast no such articles of fur niture. So she just runs down to the loot of the ladder for the house is built on posts—to a large jar of water with a coroanut-shell dipper. There she washes her face by throw ing the water over her hands and j rubbing them over her face. She 1 needs no towel, for the water is left to dry. She does not brush her teeth, for they are stained black by chawing the betel ' nut. Her hair docs not require combing, either, for it is all shaved except a little tuft cn top of the liea'd, and that is ' tied in a little knot, and not often I combed. After breakfast is over the chil dren go off and End some pleasant place in which to play. The girls play at keeping house, and rr.a'.ic dishes of clay dried in the sun. Little images of 'clay washed with lime arc their enly dolls. The boys in Siam yare ver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

Au«tr»li«.n*, they inventors arc! Of that there is no doubt; Tli»ir brains are praised the world wide o'«y Thay know what thcy'j'e about. One man there is who's known to fame, His name will ever endure; For he gave to the people, one and all, .Woods' Grarfc Pepperiuia$ Oure.*

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A ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

A ROMANCE. £t was evening, it was moonligbf, il was late, and it was fair ; I was courting, I was happy, I was brave, for she was '.here. She was pretty, she was blushing, slit was willing to be wed — He arrived, end he objected. He was T&pa, so I fled. T return?^. He was repentant. Shi was coaxing her mamma, tie relented, and I thanked him anc forgave him—dear papa ! Then ha blessed us. I was hat>py while she blushed a rosy red. He was willing. She was willing. ] .was willing. .We were wed.

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EQUAL TO THE EMERGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

EQUAL TO THE EMERGENCY. He was a wily old lawyer, and had Instructed his client, accused of theit, to weep whenever he struck the desk ivi!.h his hand. In the heat of his argument, how sver, he struck the desk at the wrong riomcnt. His client promptly began :o sob with great energy. "What is the matter with you ?" asked the judge severely. "He told me to cry when he struck the desk," said the prisoner, as she lifted a pair of dry eyes from her handkerchief. A laugh immediately rang round the room, but the lawyer was not aV.".s'.:ed. "'It is not possible," he said, when ;be laughter had subsided, • that any one here can reconcile the idea ol :rime with such candour and simpli city."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

! M°ILWRIGK, ROBERTSON & GARDNER, ) V BIALTO, FLINDERS LANE W., MBLBODRN1 V [ Kara, Dairy Produea ft Poultry SalMraen. j iinmov [ D»lrj Produet, Poiltry, *o., Tue»d»yi [ VAvvzIBX I ,tl Thur»d*y«. Ctrnu Perk, T«al, \ ) A«n Prid*T« enlj. Grain, Ohiff, P«U- 1 r • \ tin, *e., 1HU7, Stetioa *nd Wiart, r JAooout 8al«i rnricfed promptly. Oorrapontmei, I IorlM. OnM* tor Poultry npptttd n »pplla»tion ,

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A GOOD RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

A GO01") RULE. The story is tolcl of a man who had great difficulty in spelling words with "ei" and i"ie" in them. One day a friend offered to give him in infallible rule for sucli cases. ''It is a rule," he said, "that in forty seven years has never failed me." His friend expressed his delight and waited. The man resumed ' 1 'The rule if simply th'is : Write your "i' and 'e' exactly alike, and put the dot just between them." The colonel beckoned to bis orderly. "Smith, I wish you'd ride into the town and get the correct time." ''Why, sir," Smith hesitated. haven't got a watch." * A watch, a watch the colone! bellowed. "What in the name ol sense do you want a watch for 7 Write it down on a piece of paper< '.man.'

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FEARLESS MEN OF LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

FEARLESS MEN OB1 LETTERS. ' Our own servicc of mails is well organised. There is little doubt n the mind of the average person that when he posts a letter it will reach its destination. But in other lands he might well fear for its safety. In Russia, . lor instance, any letter or parcel that is regarded with suspicion is immedia tely opened and its contents noted. A clever machine gums it up again, so that the recipient does not know that it has been tampered with. In Lapland the mails are carried in sledges, drawn by reindeers. In the wilds of the Caucasus the post man holds a post of danger. He must be protected against brigands and against the weather, for lis often has to climb mounlfeins over 12,000ft. high. Asiatic Russia, which is apt to bo marshy, lias the buffalo post ; and, of course, the progress made is slow. Buffaloes arc more "powerful than oxen, and they are also used in Si beria for carrying the mail. Other postmen in foreign lands arc the swimming postman of India, ...

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FIRST FAVOURI[?]ES. [Newspaper Article] — Terang Express — 17 February 1914

nrvoi rMiuuttiito. 4,_. * ,^jL. '-'«v The English Derby was first run in 17S0 ; the Oaks in 1779. Horse-racing on Epsom Downs can. be traced back to thi year 1711. Nearly one-half of the people of Denmark live exclusively by agricul ture. Over 2,000,000 volumes are contain ed in the Library at the British Mu seum. Little Wonder, 14 hands 3£ inches was the smallest animal to win the English Derby. With a mileage of 1,121,, the Great Southern and Great Western is the largest railway in Ireland. To-day the population of San Fran cisco is hall a million ; in 1858 i'' was forty thousand. No fewer than 5G0 foreigners are lea'n'ng the English language at p.vm ng classes in London. Following a dro'-ight, the first fain lo fail contains a vast amount o? animc-nia, which is a most valuable stimulant to plant lire. When a ship is sunk, or otherwise perishes, that part of her cargo that (loa'-s en the sea is termed flotsam; it is jetsam when the ship is in dan ger oi' being sunk:, and to lighte...

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