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THE WERRIBEE ESTATE STOCK AND DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
Tl. -iE WERIIlJIEE ESTATE STOCK AND DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY. • (To the Editor). Sir,-Iu reading over the columns:of one of the daily papers of the 19th September, 7 notice the report of a i'oceh lof Mr. Elwood Mond's, deliver ',J;'at Korang! in reply to a tonst.pro, 3psed of the Statoe River 9ommission.1 )tyo nay'Iht andd hlo folloc-Coimmisstio ors were particularly., busy peopling the. waste places and lightening the 'bndein of land-holders. Well, sir, we fail' to see how he is osettling' the Wei ribeo' Park Estate. Weo are allhiding 'to 'ihat is termed the dry area, not the irrigation areaon, because we think that -irrigation iwill pay. on .the good land ?lose to Melbo!Irne, but, to'see iiles of clhannoils being, constructedl on this oo tate (that had a good'pirt of it leasedl eand settled to tenants before the Gov eorumoet acquired it) with the object of 'fillinig watorlholes in1 a 23 inch rainfall reao .witli o giod clay subsoil that will heold water, is a bit too stronlg. 1Wo don...
AFTER MANY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
AFTER MANY YEARS. Charles Williams, about 35 years of age, appeared at the City Court Tuesday charged with having broken into the store of Mr. Edward Clarence Robertson, at Werribee, on August 4th. 1905 and stole 1500 'bran bags, valued at £34. He denied the charge. Detective Mercer said that he and Detective Napthine arrested defendant in Bonrke street. Witness required a remand, "as the case had to be prepared. Defendant was remanded until Monday npext.
THE POULTRY YARD. EGG PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
Ti H.: POULTRY-,,YARD. 'EGG PRODUCTION. How-many eggs per annum do hens'. `lay. bo the average.? Thero are orten reports of wonderful' records of lay ing t.;saysa, a writer. In i "Poultry"). "Whon' they are trw,itworthy they are useful, showing what hens may be a'bloj to do under favorable circum otances; but I venture to say they. are .no criterlons as to what oie may- ex poctffrom a flock of, saY, one hundred hens,wout of which,. asis usually. the ? -case;'hltting hens hav-eto be provided: .to bring up chickens:;. . . _ 77 No v; I--tniuk-it of,:great. lmpor t anc,;i: for ; tIhe. satoe o ',eggs -.and dhlc-chnc--k and hthey' orn :the vast niajortty should, know' when they. have 'reached results wlhich 'may .be considered a fair averageo. For instance, one may. have a flock which "is desirable in every respect as regards hardiness and table qualities, and yet does not lay, over 100 eggs per annum In the ave rage. One reasds of wonderful' aver ages like 200, even 250, and one Is apt t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
kS9 | ^,l »i * -BS ^F - , :' '-'-- . *Q "*^ '"-*' '^ S hoeizn E-o.rge ,. WERRIBEE, OPPOSITE THE RACECOURSE HOTE WHEELWRICHTS AND CE ERAL SMIBTHS. REPAIRING WarINDMILLS A SPECIALITY. ALL. WORK OXIARANTEED Scovell and Spurling, ?THE CORNER, SOO 1C SC A`Y-, Have landed a lovely stock 'of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRING SUITINGS from 42s. S BOATERS, latest shajos, 3s 6d to 6s 6d. • NEW SHAPE BOXERS. & FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close at neck. S. TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES,' SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear at u:` THE : RIGHT : PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth -s. and is 6d., to prove we are THE TIE K:IN-GrS. WALL'S HOTEL, (NEAR RAILWAY STATION) -W" E R·R I B E E. (Under New Management). First-class Accomodatio,., Wines, Ales and Spirits of the Best Brands. Good Stabling. Horses and Buggies on Hiro. D. CANNY, Proprietor. WUTITiER SA &o., &o., B50. A BIG STOCK AT 'THE BANNER" BOOK STORE. First Prize Largosi Stock., ...
Misunderstood. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
Misunderatood. A young ainly from the country got Into ono of the city cars. The vehicle had not gone far wVhontho1conductor sald offably: ."'iounr flare,. mls." 'Tho lady blushl ed. The conductor ropeated: "Your uare, miss," and the Ihdy blushed moro deeply. By thbn timno the conductor began to look toolish. After a pause, he nagan rapooted: "1',ibs your' faro." 'Well," nald the lady, "they do any' I'm gnod'looltchg at hotae, but I dou't , v gy-- nc"t say It nont lod.?
WINTER EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
-.. .. WINTER EGGS. The production of winter eggs is a comparatively. simple matter under proper conditions. Generally the de mand for assistance comes from those who want to produce winter'.eggsaun der impossible 'conditions.. TThere is no analogy between egg production and-other lines of prpduc tion-milk, for :example. - Milk is a secretion, and within certain limits there is a more or less distinct ieln tion between feed and product. tUp to a certain point the more- or*-the .better the cow is- fed. the more milk ahle will give. Egg production, how ever, is a generative function, and it depends directly -upon the: hen's ma tornal nature, and only.indirectly on the: feed. . Now, winter Itsniotbhe season when hens naturally want to lay eggs, and Sit follows -that- only, thbse in whom .the maternal instinct le 'srongest are likely to do. It,'..:A comforthble, well fed, contented,. ono-ycaFold"'hon, -or--" fully-matured pullet,; has enough ma ternity aboutheor to want to lay at almost...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
OBITUARY. After an illness extending over three years Mr. James Rogers passed away on Saturday morning last. The deceased gentleman was born in Wooler, Northumber- land, in 1829. Shortly after his marrage he and his wife, who survives him, came to this State in 1855, landing in Geelong, and came to Werribee where he resided for the remainder of his life. During the stirring times on the goldfields he visited them also the principal New Zealand fields, but Werribee was his home and where after his travels he settled down as a builder. In the early days he took up land in Neerim, West Gippsland, and was one of the pioneers of that district. His holding there he afterwards sold to the late Francis Beamish. During his residence in Werribee, he was &nbsp; created a justice of the peace, about 20 years ago. He held several other public positions, among others the presidentship of the mechanics institute, an elder of the Presbyterian church and one of its trustees, secretary, to th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
Your &nbsp; Suit Should Do You Credt .. I ts al very well for folk to ary appearanees don't count. I They do count. The Tailor doesn't make the man but he unakes.all of him but his hands and face during business hours. The kinds of suits we tailor reflect credit on their wearers fitting jeri? ctly-with that smart hang and style about them that besptaks thes well dressed mian. Splendid range of iew Season's Patterns just to hand. Call and .ilpec Satisfaction Guaranteed. G ENER AL DiRAPIRRY. MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. TYZACK & CO., 'aTHE CORNER. Where's Your Light! Don't be fined for having none. Get a lamp from the. Co-operative Stores. "TTHE HURRICANE.' The Lamp for the Stable. Cannot Blow out. You need not be frightened of the constable if you carry i one of these laIups ubder your buggy seat. It will fit on the dashboard of your buggy or waggon. Cannot shake or blow out. The Lamp For Your Dining: Roomn -. ~ A perfectly safe I centre drau...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
DEATH. Rogers. - On 7th of October, at his residence, Watton Street, Werribee, Jamos Rogers, J.P., beloved husband of James Rogers. Aged 81 years. BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. Mrs - J. Rogers and family desire thank their friends for sympathy in their sorrow also Dr. Manly, Rev. J. McIntosh and Rev. J. R. Currie, for their unfailing kindness.
BALL AT LITTLE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
BALL AT LITTLE RIVER. On the 20th ult., a ball was given by the benedicts of this district (in return to the bachelors' ball held a few weeks ago), in the Mechanics' Hall. It was a pronounced success in every detail, and outshone the bachelors' in every respect. The hall was charmingly de- corated with ever-greens and lilies. &nbsp; The attendance numbered close on 100 couples, which included visitors from Geelong, Melbourne, Werribee, Lara and other places, and was remarkable for the number of pretty girls present, and the fact that the men were slight- ly in the majority, so that there were no "wall-flowers." The music was all that could be desired, the committee having engaged Corridon's band. The floor was in perfect order and dancing was indulged in up to an early hour in the morning. An up-to-date supper, catered for by a Geelong firm, served at half time was much appreciated. Among those present was Mr. Ozanne, M.H.R., who responded on behalf of the benedicts in a nea...
Something from Scotland. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
Something from Scotland. Mrs. Hohmboddle : "What are you reoad. ieg that abeorb yoru ro P Ifr. Hohmboadio (looking up from his book) : ,lt's a now Scotoh novel." Mrrs; Hohmboddie (with enthusi?m) : " Oh, I am so fond of those dear dialec thinge Do read me a little." Mr: Hohmboddle :" "Can you understand it P" 'Mrs. Hohmboddle (loftily) " Oan I 'underotand it P WVel, I should hope anyuthing you can understand need not be Greek to mo t" Mr. Hohmboddie : "No; but it might be Sootoh." " Mrs. Hohmboddie : "Go on ; read just where you are at." Mr. Hohmboddlo (reading): "'To. see, lpesio,' said Dunoan, doooely, 'I might ha mair the matter wi' ms than ye wad. be epierin'. Alblins ma een i| a bit danlit en' am lhearin' the poolsen thuddin' in ma ears, an' ma toonguo i alavin' when it end be gaoin' ; an' div yo no' bear the dirlin' o' ma hairt an' feel the eahakin' o' ma bond this day gin I gat a glimpao o' yo, sair birplin like nauldo men P DIv ne guoes 'h a' the steer, hinney, wi out me gae...
Linda Skated. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
Linda Skated. "Good mawnin, Linda. Whar ye' bin n die wayf' queried a Grove street coloured woman of a fomole friend she mot on Beau. bien street the other forenoon. "Whar I binF Say, Diah, doe longer yo' lib de me' yo' knowns bout some folks." "Fur suah. Iduo tole Mrs. Carterdal ame t'ing lan' night. Whar yo' bin, Lindas?" "Up healb to houseclean fur white folks." " An yo' didn't clean ?" "No. Do woman of do house didn't lnow a lady when she seed one, an I dun ome awuy. l'Bre my soul When yo' rung do front do-hboll an told her yo' was de lady who hod ome to do do eleanin' at 1 dollar 60 centsa day, she dun tole yo' to-to-" "To git aroun to do back doah an work fur 1 duollar or skate." " An yo' hkattdP" " Wid boaf feet." "Dut's right, Linda, perfectly right I Gresn mo, but ohat ar demn white folkh a uomiu to anyway ! Why, Linda, if dat had been m, I should her felt so insulted dat I believr Ishould her animated dat woman'o onduct wid a froezin sagacity. Skate on, Linda. To's a bo'n ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
World's .Stanidardc for 33:years ALFA L-A VA-L DREAM SEPARATOR Al per cow per year,.s-' the extra amount your her willl.return you by using the latest model !!.Alfa-Laval" Instead of a soparator of any othoer make, Every "AIfa-? aval" is guaranteed to be as rep resented,- and further, is guaranteed to skim cleaner,' turn ? "easier, last longer, ??id -give better results than .ny competing machine. t,25e55Vd 2TT USIL. - .9,555 -PISST £I'SA1T IDS. A FREE TRIAL GIVE.N. s Wri tefor eata eguso.N50 8B. S J. B AiTRAM' & SON, Ply., Lid., 19-23 King Street lVelbourne. Sole Agosts (or ' L.K.G." Milking Machine,. ': Felix " Farm Motors, .: " Alta 'all steeol Windmllls: Shoeing Forge, WERRIIBEE GENEIRAL SMITHS, WHEELWRIGHTS, COACII PAINTING AND REPAIRS In all its Bran?io,. WINDMILL REPAIRS a .Speciality .Has a Customer for an extra-wide " Rustle." Also I SHAFT JINKER. ? R N E Y rsHas for Sale 'PNY MARtE, HARNESS and JIN* SEER', allitii firat cla"i% Joia? o, o ' the lot £8, BAKER'S OART ...
WERRIBEE FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
WERRIBEE. 'ARMERd' 00 OPERBT1E' SOCIETY. The annual:mietingof tho share. holders"'i'' ther'aboive society waE held recently. Mr.'G. Troop, jun., in the chair. Dr. Manly moved secondled by Mi A. D. Rowan that the balance sheet and retorbt'e received. SAfter a 'conversational discussion the balance.,sheet and report wae adopted on the motion of Mr. Jas Browns, seconded by Mr.A'gar, Messrs. John Ball, John M'Mur ray, D. Canny ,and D. Sewell were elected as directors for the. ensuin( two years; Messrs. M'Donald and M'Ont. cheon were re-elected auditors foi 12 months at a renumeration of £20 The chairman (Mr Geo;. Troup' moved, that a vote of confidence be passed, and-recorded in the minutes in appreciation of the services rren dered to the society by the manag'ii Mr. Willinm'atisnd t.staff under hil control. This wa~rspoken to a * ngth by Mm. 'Ai ar and othei directors and carried unamicnsly. Aftera vote of thanks to the chair. man the meeting closed. The following is the report.'.. :GE...
A SHINING THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
A sa. s U Tono Wou . -* I gave a beggar from my little store Of well-earned gold. He spent the ehinitg ore And come again, and yet again, till old And hungry an before. I gave a thlought, and through that thouglh .of mine, lie found himoclf a man, supreme, divine. Bold, clothed, and crowned with bleasing manifold. And now he begs no more.
COPYRIGHT. COLONEL THORN-DYKE'S SECRET, PART 12. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
COPYRIGHT. COLONEL THORN DYKE'S SECRET, BY C. A. HENTY, Author of "Dorothy's Double," "A Hidden Foe," &c. &c. PART 12. 'I know of a place that would just .suit you,' the ostler at the Greyhound at Streatham said to him, on the occasion of his third visit there, 'but it is let; my old mother is the gentleman's hourp keeper. He took the place through me, for he rode up just as you have done, one afternoon, nigh a year ago. iHe was front town, he wias ; lie told nmI that lie had been going the plce too hard and had to pull in, and wanted a little place where Ihe could keep hIsis hlorse and live quiet for a time. I told him of a place that I thoughit would suit him just outside the town, and he ealled in the next day anud told meo that he had taken it. " Now," lie said, " I want a woman as housekeeper ; an old woman, you know. 1 cannot be bothered with a young 'un. If you speak to a wonch she is soon fanoying tbhat you are iti love with her. I want one wlho can cook a ch...
THOMAS PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
THOMAS PHOSPHATE. In 1870 Thomas S; OGllhrlst Invent. d the process of removing the phos. horus from iron in order to convert t into steel. • HIls invention was en .rely connected with thie idea of pro. ucing cheap steel. The process con lats in lining what Is lknown as a :essnemor converter with a compound i' which lime is the chief ingredient. vhen heated to the very high teom olerntl necessary for making steel. :o phospthorus, which exists as an lullrity in coltlnon ptg-lron, Is at 'acted from the molten iron to the :nle and forms a phosphate of limte, ' whivch live atonts fa lime are corn I[ned with one of phosphorus. For ears the substance was thrown away. .ater on C. Iloyerhlann discovered Its 'llte for manutre, aid It was follnd tct Its vainm depotndd on the inoe , ss to which it Is ground. Professor .\'otgir gives average tercontego of hosplhorle acid in 'rhodItlS posphate t 17 tir cent. Tther te inaolut 1 per tilt, o ftrce linte, Iesitdes th:lt whtlch! combint d witth thie ...
WERRIBEE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
WERRIBEE RIFLE OLUB. A.teaun. from the above cluba journeyed to Portarlington -on' Sat tirda', lit and lire] ii matc?iC:u ainsti a tR an a roimu the local cl b and won by.28'poinls, The tmthlltul ait real good trip, thl lo.il club oetertaiilng. thon to dinner and afternooi tie(a. Oit Satuirday t.ext the first. slligi of' the Oanniy ltrophy ivll be tired , r, ondltloiions 10 shulitas300, yds and-,. 500)yds inll hlltidic:pse. ITlie following areo th scores: \Vorribsoo P-ortuiiilliton; L. MA'Koown 61 I L'ean ... 65 Ollap tllteford (? Stevenit e. 64 VW. Roberts (63 Hlolmost . 62 V. Colvin ... 62 tlM'Ltiuahlhin 58 A. Dunning -O Manin ... '55 .Tas. Ball ... 5i MILean ... 55 1. ll lKrown 57 I Barllot ... 51 0. Stnart .. 57. Pigdon ... 50 488 . 460..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
iYo e Should Do You Credit I? s allvery'?eI. lorfolk to' say appearances don't count. They do count. The Tailor doesn't make the mnian but he makes all of hfm but his hands and face during business hours. The kinds of suits we tailor reflect credit on their wearers- fitting perfectly with that smart hang and style about them that bespeaks the well dressed man. Splendid range ofnew-Season's Patterns just to hand. Call and, inspect - : Satisfaction Giiaranteed. GENERAE L DRAPEIRY. MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. TYZACK & CO., "TIlRE CORNER. Where's Your Light ! Don't be fined for having none. Get a lamp from the Co-operative Stores. "THE HURRICANE.' The Lamp for the Stable. Cannot Blow out. You need not be frightened . of the constable if you carry one of these l.mps under your i buggy seat. It will- fit on the dashboard of your lbuggy or. waggon. Cannot shake: or hlow out. The -Lamp For Your Dining Room; i A perfectly safe, centre draught lamp, giving '...
COCOROC SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 October 1911
CO00ROO SUNDAY SCHOOL. The anitiversalry services of the albove school was held in the Farm Hull last Snnday week, when Ml'. lildarl Shelley, in the afternoon nud evening. two very interesling ad dresses to the children. The hall WJas well filled with ' anaudiew:T that listened attentively to hoa words oF thie speaker. Mr. ltigby Stewart' hal . the children well trained, and the musical progi ainmne was a treat and aeflocted great credit on all those who took part in it. On the following Monday ovening the distribution of prizes took place wheu tho hall wits well-filled onco inore. The Rev. John M'Intosh presided over tlio meeting. The recitations by' the children were really good. one of Miss Jean. Bu' olay's, and one by tie three Misses IIpghton.., The following was the comlleto p'ogramme : Opisiling hymn, the Lord's Prayer, Ohairman's addriss, recitation, "The 13Ilockhoid of the Schooil,"" Jessie Barolay ; recitation, " little Chris's letter to Jesus," Kate Philippe; addre-s, Rev...