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OUT AND OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 August 1912
S OUT ,ANDI OUT._ Jacob Cash of Chicago, after ac luiring a large fortune, decided, to start a library.. Accordingly he sent for a, bookseller and ordered 10,000 volumes, all to be as fine and'hand some as possible. " Very good, sir," said the book seller. " I'll give you nothing hut standard.books. I suggest that half of them be bound in russia and half in morrocca." " No, no," said Jacob.' ' I'm an out-and-out Protectionist, I nam. Let 'em all be,bound in Amerlcau."
CULTIVATE ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 August 1912
' ULTIVATE ENTIHUSfAlAM. A political friend of. the lt6o tom " Beaconsileld once praised another poll ticlan as' being a inus of extremel• uoderate views. . "In other words," said Lord Benrnna fleld, drily, "he is a maii without con vlictlons." . * Quoting this story,ra shrewd obser vor of .the world thus discoursed of the need for enthusiasm. -.'?Enthusieam is a fire that glows it every .successful nman: Without t, .a manis'like an englnewilthout steam :."Better boll Over; than not boell ai all. Red-hot zeal'may.-provokeo sneers, and scornful smiles, but it always tells It arouses opp6sitlon, but it it a:so at tracCs followers. The enthusiast always hans. friends and- admirers, while- the': tepid, man, makes neither 'opponentse? -nori: artlis.gi"; Nobody" thinks him Swortill :attehtion. , "Even those who laugh at the ardor - of the enthuilast are secretly impress ed by IL"'''
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 August 1912
s eil--- --a Scovell and Spurling, THIE CORiRNER, EO O '0 S O'R" A y , Have landed a lovely stock 'of "NEW SPRING GOODS. - SPRI(G. SUITINGS from 428, -, . BOATERS, latest shapes, 3s 6d to 68 Od '.- - . HI-ON SHIIRS in 20 different s:tyeis:....' . S :r SWEATERS to button olosie tl neck. S. TENNIS SHIRTS for warmn weather. TIES; SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man "' wants to 'wear at THE RIKGHT PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9c., worth Is. and Is 6d., to prove we are ::T, IE .TIE KINGS.N - THE RACECOURSE HOTEL (WERRIBEE.) F IRST-CLASS Accomodation for Travellers and VisItord at this Old establishe) Hotel, which is replete with every convenience, and the innny facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Ptlblic will tb, duly appreciated. The choicest and best brands of Wines, Ales and Spirits are kept at this establishment. FISHING AND SHOOTING. BUOGIEB AND HORSES ON HIRE. AM. A. DIXON, Proprietress,. COM1MERCIAL .', HOTEL . ,.WER?RIBEE. BEGS to iat arm the pnbllo generally that s...
THE KING'S KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 August 1912
THE KING'$ KITCHEN. One of the molt Important persons In the Royal servants' hail is the Clerki of the Kitchen. who enjoys the not inconslderable salary of £700 a year and his board, the latter being, of Course, the best of.everytlilng in sea son. He is addisted. In his doubtless ardtloud task by no fewer than four sub-clerks, whose duties are to keep accounts, send out orders, and check bills. SBt this does not complete the Clerk of the Kitchen's bodyguard. He Is ex; pressly allowed "a necessary woman" (a quaint phrase) as another assist, ant. Besides the Clerk of the Kitchen 'at" sthe Royal palace, there areoa host of othei' ekalted fditltionaries. First and foreindst comesethe Head. Cookn polltt.,a Llcalled-the C'lb"). He a 0o:recety.@ "700 a year;,?and has under?lim fou'" Master Cooksat £2360 per annuml apiece, . The Master Cooks take Master Cooks' apprentlces, w'ho pay for "the honors" about 200 guineas a year pro. mium.-" Next follow a couple of Yeomen of the Kitchen, two Cook...
NO OLD MAIDS IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 August 1912
NO OLD MAIDS IN RUJSSIA. 'VTho idea is stil~'allowed-to prevtil In Russia that single life Isa diagrace to women, for there are no old mtlds except in the religious orders. Itfthe parents cannot arrange a marriage for the daughter she makes a journey, -and Is thus lost to the sos' sipiog community. Soon reports are circulated of her marriage to a foreign. ,Long absence .brings forgetfulness, so that when the story is.,told of the death of the foreign husband' iIn a strange land there are few wIld-o're to inqulro further. fideed,: it is a breach of etiquette to suggest- doubts under such circiumstande, ;and 'the woman finally returns as a broken' hearted widow. She has met the conditions of the country, and she Is no longer a single personmin society. Thus the fiction of .'no unmarried wonen' as preserved in the domain of the ?Tsar. -
WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, July 27th. 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 August 1912
WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, July 27th, 1912 Present: Crs. Johnson (president) in the chair, and Crs. Canny, M'Murray, Beamish, Agar, Browne, and Troup. CORRESPONDENCE. &nbsp; &nbsp; From Municipal Association of Victor- ia, stating that plumpin is permisible at municipal elections. - Received. From Borough of Maryborough, ask- ing for co-operation with a view of get- ting the Government to stipulate that Government officials will be expected to reside with their wives and families in their respective districts. From Shire of Deakin, soliciting co- operation in opposihg expenditure at the Federal capital site, and asking Council to send delegates to conference to be held on Wednesday, August 7th. The president to attend conference. From A. T. Ozanne, M.H.R., stat- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ing he had always been opposed to the capital city measure; could not see any satisfactory outcome of the Council's re- solution.-Received. From Flinders St...
WERRIBEE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
WlIERIIBEE RIFLI CLUB. Thu first stago of. the Martian Tiouphy and first monthly cham pionship- shoot was fired at the range on Saturday last. Several good performances were .pt up, the shooting being above the aver age. The beet results aoe as'follow: Goo. Wills, 70; V. Colvin, 70; G. Stuart, 70; W. Hansford, 70 ; Capt. It. Stewart, 70; J. Shaiw, 70; R. Cations, 70; B. Morrow, 69.; L. aMI.eown, GDh. A match with Drysdale has been arranged for next Saturday. Members leave by 7.15 a.m. train
FOOTBALL AND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
FOOTBALL. AND SOCIAL, Last Saturday about 25 members of the Gordons Club, accompanied by 12 lady friends paid a. visit to the Metro. Farm. They arrived on the football ground at 4 p:n. and had at short 'friendly gamo :againset the local team,. winning easily, the scores being-Gordones, 7 goals 15 behinds; Farm-4 goals 3-behinds. The best players .for the 'visitors were. Cane,. Govern, Arinerson, ShepherdStoneand Saunders, the last named kicked a goal from fully 40 yards at a very acute angle.. The best Farm players weore J. Faris arid T. Flaherty. After the game.the visitors were invited to a spread in the hall where the tables were laid out tastefully by the Farm" ladies. WVhen justice had .been doie to the good things, provided , the ball~:wvas oleared for danoing. ;MIr. George Driby acting as M?I. and Mr...J. Geary as -pianist. Between the dances songs were sung by the visitors. The following gentlemen contributed items:-A. Cave, song, "Rnuning up and down our stairs," and " Star...
SOUTH RIDING ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
SOUTH RIDtNG ELECO1ON. TO TIMO EDITOR. Sir,-Th ratepayers. on the 22nd hist., should not overlook thi fact when they aro scratching out the names of those candidates they desiro to vote gainist, that Cr: ]loameish. has renresonled. them without a break for tlirtoen years,, and during that term has lnot ?rgl?tcd thleir interests in the nmanllesat detail, and, thereforo should leave his nanme uncneolleI. Cr. Ileamish has a big stakelo in the South Itiding, and ratepayers may rest as lurcd that while guaording his own in terests lie is advancing theirs. It is said that anll jnfsion of "now blood" is desirable at times, but don't overdo it. With the rotiremeonse of Cr. ,'Naughton, Cr. leaenish is thie sonior member for tl?e South Riding, and should not bo displaced from tlhat posi tion. Itemober his 13 years' service on your behalf at' theo Council table. Trusting tlat you will be ablo to find. room for the abovo.eYour, obediently, AN OLD RESIDENT.
WERRIBEE PARK ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
WERRIIBEE PARK ESTATE In the Legislative Assembly Mr.. Roll (ITSONi morved 'hart there be laid before this House ,return shouing- . 1. h hrea, aveorageo prico per acre nrirer of lroldirgs, and th capitnal r"ule, of the laud in. W?rribeo Park rstteto under (a) tihe first sub-division (rlry-forming land); (b) the second sub division (irrignblo land). - o2. Tl are ra, arerageo pric per' acre, and tho capital value of tie (a) dry farning lad not yet subdivied; (f) irrigabeo lend not yet subdiridod. 8. The area, average price per acre, and 1a3ital valuo of that proportion of the ostato situated on the west lank of tiver Werribeo. I 4, The :totials of 1, 2, an 8.. 5. total area, averrag price per acro, rnd"total rapital value of (a) all dry fHrming l ar in ti nwhole of the as stato; (h) all irrigable lend in the es tate commanded by- the clmnnels from Pyke'a Croeok I?mourvoir. ii. The area, average price per wneo, and capitrl vauoe of the land set ailde for (a) thle old noxious trades are...
A WATER SUPPLY FOR WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
A WAT?ER SUPPLY FOR WE? - RIBEE. For some years past the question of a water suppLy for.Worriboe has been discllssed at public meetingsit-ns street corneors, and noting dsliaite was doer until a few mdnths ago wthen the hv ornisent decided tor rrigato the lchsr settlement area of the \Verribco p'ak sttte, whaen no -objcstion was rtised hy the residents to a two shilling rate for a water soupply frosn Pyke's Creek reser,'oir. It must be adn.ittod that ltis is a fairly stil rate, as t he town ship people will probably have to pay anl oijghlltOn-poiy municipal inato, i addition, the present fifteen-penoy not lmlig soullciont to carry out the road repairs and construction of-lno roadss . Ma-. ,1. Woodcockt, Itoo is ai candidateI for tha Central 1idilRg, tollg us that WVorribob can be supphood with water at a much. letssor rata tshan tihat agreed to, viz., two shillings. If Iho can do so, thell hlt loa be looked upon as a boene factor,for theor is no doubt that WVar ertee is osdl3i in ,4...
METHODIST CHURCH CHOIR. SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
METHODIST CHUIRCH OCHIO . SUOOESSFUL CONCERT. -(By inla.ipion..). .'Davi .,..-tho Shopherl ..,Day,"" a Sacred eautatnn; as preiented by' a spoeiallyarugmonted chfoir 'of the Ver rnbeo itethodrst Clhurch at the. ?o-e chanics' Instituto on Thursday, 25th tilt. Although th we ather wa& som e what u tfavarablo, there vuns a large aid representative audience, wich orewarded tho performances of the artists-writh ihearty well-merited up pLiuse. 'le chorus, in' which the sopranos predominated (botlh in rrnumbers s well is by the quality of their voices), and a fairly etirieit orchestra, inder the tuate of Mr. F. A. Rolherte, was lcept iffiiciently under control to anlo the perforruantots throughorut tlhoroughly sccoptable.. Each iermer of the clholr contrived to offer iris Iest ruider their consintitlous conductor, and their efforts, considLering the dilliCillct of tile ortck, were highly commendablo. while the orchIestra, whit 'its importaRt relude and couchlsion, wias tot far. The...
MAJORIE'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
MAJORIIE'S DEOIB1SON. Three little girls were playing. 'rThe mother of one came into the room and engaged the children in conver sation. " Marion, what are you goillg, to boe when you grow lp ?" she nasked. " I aml going to be a famous sing er," she replied. " And you, Susel, what are youl go ing to le ?" " Oh, I am going to write stories when I grow up," she answered. " And what is Majorio . going to be 7" continued tile mother. Malorle,` aged five, thought serious Iy for a moment, and then said: " Well, I'm not sure, but I think I will he a widow."- . Chicago Jour nal."
A SMALL BOY'S OPINION OF GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
A SMALL BOY'8 OPINION OF GIRLS" "Girls," remarked the amall boy in, bla composition upon the subject, "is of several thousand kinds, and some times one girl can behave like several thousand girls. Some kinds of girls is better than some other kinds, but they ain't any of them up to boys. This is all I know about girls, and' father says the less I know about 'em? the better."
COURSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
CO' 0URSING NOTES,_ Owners and tninoers are rominded that eutries for the. " Farmoro' Stakes' and tho "Loyal..Tuppy Stakos,' to be run. next WVcdnes day, close with the secretary (1[r. V. Austin) to-morrow evenlug at 6.o'olook. As the first lit. nomina tions. In the " Farmers' Stakes" are to be taken, local nominators would d'o well: to send in their cntries without delay. The draw for .both stakes, will take place at Wall's rotol to-morrow evening st ,30. All' the commlttoee are requestod to S-7tend..
OLD TABLE CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
OLD TABLE CUSTOMS. Even at so late a period as the Re storation, it was the custom for guests to take their own knives and forks to a banquet. ' Pepys records that he did this when he went to the Lord Mayor's feast in the Gulldhall. In the previous reign the Lord Chaom herlain had found It necessary to is soe regulations for the benefit of olll cers invited to dine at" the Royal table. They 'were required to .wear cloan, hootsa. not to be halfdrunk-on their arrival, not-to drink more than one goblet to every' two dishes, not to throw the bones under the table,. nor to lick their fingers: The Stuarts undoubtedly did much to reline Ing lish tahle ,manners, for it was one of the point tedmiredl in Mary Queen of Scots that the customs she introduc ed from France made her Court and Royal hanquets more exquisite and" gentle tLhan those of her rival, Queen Elizaboth.
Cause for Alarm. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
. Cause for Alarm. " aeubpose,you visited all the points? of interest while you were abroad,'" said one young woman. "No," answered the other, "we were' so busy addressing picture postcards' to our friends that we hadn't time to do much slghtsaelng." The world is full of hopeless ftilures that could have been successes liad they devoted to real work one-hall the energy devoted to complaining. They say that a woman and music should never lie dated. Moat men would be good if they lived hi monasteries. Light-heaorted peolelo are always on' the lookout for umnahline. "Please soo that we are called In Ume to catchl the nine o'clock train in the mornnlg," said a man to the' "boots" 'at an hotel. "I'll put you down for coven-thilrty That will give you time for breakftast." "t?hy good man," responded the viast tor, "that won't do: l Mnk it five t?'cloclr, arnd than my wife will have time to drleal" A pdoltical epoalkor had utterly bored' nis audiouce. tudldeoly ? man at the' back of the hai...
HAD FIXED THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
HAD FIXED THEM. The l?ngworths lived in a corner house so easily accessible from" the street that they were constantly an noyed bhy persons ringing to ask where other possible inhabitants of that street were to be found. Final ly, goaded to desperntion by these interruptions the family boy nt. tempted to put a stop to the nui sance. " I guess," said he, complacently, " there.won't be ann more folks ask ing if the llrowns, the fliddles, or the Hansons live in this house. I've fix ed 'em." " What have you done 7" queried Mrs. fIngworth. " Iluong out a sign." " And iwhat dhid you print on it, lIddlie ?" " Just live little words," replied Farold, proudly. " 'Nobody lives here hut us.' "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
", T':There is not an article of apparel that men wear but vthar.e it--and what's more have it at a price and of a qualit to commend~ :itself to'you. Look on our store er your store--core in and have a stroll round and choose vhat yo wanut in yeait'own timo-whether Its the hs tst? ti? s velty in ties, a uew?fashion. in shirts, a nobby hat. s' merely .ecotlar and collar stud. Your smallest purchase I ijust. ad welcome aS your Ieore-etrnd, w'U do our beat for you o.eithis. easa ., .. - i.range of new? Season's Patterns just to hand nCall d, Satisfaction Guaranteed - G-EE~AL .DRAPER. _MEN'S~ & BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots_& Shoes. TYACK . , CT I WIT OU T DR)UDGERY I .G ' "' " " " -/' The -Werribee armers 1. Being portable can be placed where ever;you like. 2.: . Sayes wood chopping and carrying of coal.. 3., Tho.heat is under complete contro. a Yoit- have no big fire to attond to. 5. :Will Book the-most elaborate meal perfectly,'? Cheaper than gas, N icker than wood,. Cleaner ...
AN OPEN LETTER. THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. Werribee, August 3rd, 1912. To Angus M'Naughton (per favor of Editor of "Banner.") [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912
AN OPEN LETTER. THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. Worribee, August 3rd, 1912. To Augus H'Naughton (per favor of Editor of "Bannor."). Dear Mac, Just a few lines hoping to find you on the road to a completo recovery, and also to give you a bit of inform ation as regards matters municipal, and cspooially South Rtiding.. No doubt you sou in the local paper the names of so many fine men who kayo been brought out by influential persunasion to serve the ncieds of the dilferent ridings. Weoll, in the South, we have BoLtmish and. Browne, thio two old men, again in the field. At ,the present tiino A. D. Rowan West' and Shaw have satis fled" thoir respective traiqers, tso far that thoro is every' possibility of them being sure starters. Unll, although a one?titno favourite, has withdri?iwa (of course you- know this eleption .ise:allod. th?.Municipu l Stakes)tand:a bit of bot tiid is going on, althoughti it may be against the anming Act; but so far the public opinion is that the two old staoers will fill f...