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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) VAN DE VEER, THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 10. CHAPTER XXI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVoED.) '<VAN DE VEER, -4-t- THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 10. CHAPTEiR XXI.-(.Continued.) " But you intend to tare part ill the fighting, if there shall be any ?" " If I see Sir Fritz in any peril, I shall hurry to his aid." " And if you as well as he be knocked on the head 7 Thou art a fool." " Of course, I am. Was not my mother mad when I was born? If I see Sir Fritz in peril, and needing my arm, think you I shall hold back that you, who are nothing to me, may be set free ? Certainly I have never disobeyed a command of Sir Fritz in all my life, but in this case I shall use my own discretion." " Your discretion is that of a half witted ass," cried Sir Edred. "And that of your master, if he means me service, is the same in confiding my late to you." " YTo may call it what you like," saidAldort, with a scowl ; " but you must not revile Sir Fritz. He Is my Idol." " Yes, that is clear enough," Sir Edred thought. " And my fate is now in the keeping of an idiot. ...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

THE W.teri ee Sbire Bannler.. W\~EtIL3lE,¶, THU ltSDAY., AUGUST. a. " eOntrul. yiding ratupayers wheon .!voting on Thursday, 22nd inet., laould not forget. that. Mr. P. R. :Bayley was. the main.. tactor in. ha:vinlg the now ridiiig created,. . our Childrens ]Lacking Cough at Night. W\Vood' that et')pperuiLut Guru, Is. ld... The young italils of Truganitun are giving a aoeial oni the 23rd inst.. Gclts, ithroe ueihiilgs. Ladies.pro vidu refuieehntulte. .?.Mr-, W.; 0.. Kenat. sold. Mr. HT 0'owusing's farmt at Tarneit, of 320 acres,,on Saturday last, :to.Mr..Joe., 'Robinson.. Price £U. 10s per arue. Messrs. W. C. DeItsiey and. Co. will sull li Anlgus iuartin'stown.. ship propertly oni. Saturday next. Sue advt,. Mr. P. R ..ayloy w.ill address the. .ratepayeur onl Malondayuvueing.n Ixtl at Mrs Dixoun'a hotel.. On the.ful, lowing evening. Iir. Holland. w.iLL bpeak in thu Mechanic's. Hall, and on Friday, L6th inist, .Messis.. Ualtny, and. Cailuy will. address a publio; museting in the last ...

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CENTRAL RIDING ELECTION. MR. P. R. BAYLEY AT WERRIBEE [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

CENTRAL RIDING ELECTION, MIR.: p R. dAYLEY AT WEIRIBER Mr.. P. R., Bayloy, one of the candi. dates for the Contral Riding, address. q(l a hlarge' meeting in the Mechanic!' lalil on the evening of the 31st ult. Dr. Manly, J.P., who was voted, to the chair, stated that owing to a re subdivision of Eaist and South Ridings, and the croation of the Central Rid ing, an election in the three ridings had ieen brought about, aind that MIr. Bayloy waru a candidato for the Cen tral Riding. IHo thenou itroduced .Mr. lBayley to the meeting. The candidato, oan rising, was well received.. He stated that for some years past a feeling of discontent had existed in the East Riding owing to the facr that while'its revenuo almost equallcd the revenue of the North and Southl put togother, it had. only the sameni rop'irosentaiou' at - the Council-. table ns-theoridings meontioned; A movoment, wassoe afoot. to create an other" riding and 'this eqiralise the .re presentation, by the local Progress So ci?.ty...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

TRER.E,. 1 ,t:3 AT TiE' W~P~ c~o;;s Fooi;; OF Rs PUBLIC 5EfOVICE Slo Al.F.' goo tlird of worklng " j11 orn ralot-oco?" \1' . RP U iwcreuroe your ctruinf * . owor. ("ax Our corronpondnce cournes areIntended for busy folk,. t lwho. throlugh dlsotor, are - - unublto p000uro Ibol bol. ,fss trlaining so scoontiol Iiuwalnyc. týlllnnn Deioion Is a condition pro. codontto sooceoa 'i u13f6 WritW today for a free copy of our proopeotus 1 W Tenoh you t-hnome. Ditanfce no Obstacle. r le.Ae 0? pop ..4, 2L~ N1ýI Aim ~ye4 / 4J.0 t~ nllo ,tai 61EAT W*W!0 SHOW IS NOW ON. FASHIONS LATEST PRODUCTION E EDLESSYARIEJ'.~ PRICES QUOTED ARE. A WONDER TO ALL.. See our Windows. - " See ou?" WinxdorPsk.. THEY ARE A TRIUMPH OF THE DRAPERt'S ART, PLEASE SHOP EA.LY' AS POSSIBLE TO AVOI THE. AFTERNOO~ 1 CRUSHES. J. H HOOPERI& CO, SOOTSORA.Y. BR.UNS.IOn nd"LONDON r EIGHT-HOUR ART'UNION AND SPORTS. PRIZES -value ? 5 00 (Under- sancton o' the Attornoy-General). Drawn Nov 2, 1912. Ist Prize,value £75 ;2ndPrize...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

A visitor from B3roken Lill was. .zrcestedon 5th inst. for creating a eivsttzrbance lia Wattot Street. He -was on his: knees praying and beat1ng his. chost, drinking water from.the chnnoel and roaring. He was taken in charge by Constable M'Carlhy and convoyed to the watch-house . after considerable brouble, resisting violently all the way. On the following morning ho appeared before Dr. Manly; J.P., anid was finod a20., in dofavlt 7 days' inmprisonment. *For Broeechial Coughsle taeo Woods' Greet reppermint Core, 1/0. - , The monthly mooting of the Werrihoo -branch of The Hlosditals' League of Meircy was held on the 6th inst.' Th, collectidna for the monitl of July amounted to ?(L 2s 3d. Baliance shob ot of the Iciiuo on :-voew, at' "The': Banl)pr" Office. Sei rihoe cointribnled {57T- ss 3d" fourth highest on tllh list, Angliican Church erve' .iday -Choir praelice; Sunday, August 11th, Wrriuc , 11, Litany ; 7, c-ven sing. Trugu.ta.nina , 3..' R-. I. Lacoy Cecil. WVer:ibe 3, '1, ild r...

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A CANDID[?] [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

A CANDOil)Yislasi .. olmhn Ellis; who was toruaeul "a prie lent party man," was once empsoje as an agent In tin, election which waie not, only .,strongly contested on' the ;pot, but on the ground of son:. Ir- - :egularity, brought by.' etithr~, b~uLror Ihe Housi, otCommcn. 'To the' har of the House-Mr. Ellis was brou ht, on the part' ofthe "petitlonlng.c eu.didate when he: underwent a cross'uxtuinllt" I on: of which the followtig is thie ste :sance - .,- ' Týo-sndtswii^ nd d Is Eills tat a't tery consirdeible 'su. ?ns expendd'O /a this election, and that great parl of' It was directed to'the purpose or cOar Iuptfng the voters. Do you know od .ly such lipplicatlon of money, or of noy bribes being actually accepted on' the part of the electors?" * "Indeed, sir, I do:. As agent, I knoW that our party bribed all .whom we' could get to accept our money?" At this acknowledgment, a pause of astonlshmentSeeshed t 'pervade thd House; a murmur succeeded, which' only subsided ona a'member's sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

Scovell and Spurling, TH-CE ]CORNER, Have laided a lovely stool of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRING .SUITINGS,: f(romnr42s. -;BOATERS ;latest, shlries,,3k d :6s'6 is °FASHION SH[RT'S in 20 dfferent styles. S SWEATEES to button close at neck. S ' TENNIS SHIRTS lor warm weather, TIES, 8OCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear ast THE RIGHT PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is. and Is 6d., to prove we are TH1E TIE K~MINGS. THE RACECOURSE HOTEL (WE ERIBEE.) pIRST-CLASS Accomodation for Travellers and Visitors at this Old estatblilshed Hlotel, which is replete with every convenience, and the many facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Publio will be duly appreciated. The choicest and best brands of Wines, Ales and Spirits are kept at this satablishment. FISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON HIRE. M. A. DIXON, Proprietress. COMMERCIAL .'. HOTEL J. COOKE "TEGS to inbarm the pnblic genorlly that she has taken the above A) well-known hostelry, and that she will endeavo...

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APHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

APHORIWSM ABOUT MONEY. Money, "the root of all evil," as it' lids been called, Is the subject of the, following sayings, selected from the" works of great writers: "Make all you can; save all you can;: give all you can." "A wise man should have money Id' his head, but not in his heart." "The use of money is all the advan= tage there Is in having it" "Put not your trust in money; but put your money on trust." "He that wants money, means aia' content is without three good friends." "Money is a servant if you know how to use it--a master if you do not know how."

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SUCH WIVES MAY RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

SUCH WIVES MAY RULE. Women who aspire" to control the: husbands should remember that the' men who are most thoroughly under wifely influence are generally thlose who least susp'ct it. To achieve this result requires na great deal of tact, patience, and self' control, and the woman who posessess these qualities shows by the seame facts that she is fitted to act as the control. ling influence in her husband's life. But it is always wiser for the wo man who aspires to guide her husbandt to do so unobtruelvely, so that to the o-utelde world she agea~rs to be fol actuell'y-"'-tl . power- behind the: 'I~7~

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EAST RIDING ELECTION. MR. W. J. TROUP AT KINGSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 August 1912

EAST RIDING. ELECTION. MR. W. J. TROUP AT KINGSVILLE. On Thuraday evening last, Mr. Troup, at the invitation of the Kingsville Progress Association, ad- dressed a meeting of ratepayers at   the residence of Mr. Cuthbert. Mr. Dolzoppo in the chair. Mr Troup stated that he had re- presented them at the Council table for nine years. Unfortunately the rateplayers in that part of the riding were in a bad position,   having purchased holdings abutting on private streets, and the council could not expend their rates on them until they had been made and handed over to the Council.     The roads should have been made before the land was sold. He was anxious to assist them, but under the circumstances it was a difficult matter to do so. Had pre- sented a petition asking that the work be done under an Improve- ment Rate. It took a long time to get a scheme of the kind through. It would take £12,000 to make the necessary improvements. He would...

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WOMAN'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

WOMAN'S WORK. Two gossips were once overheard chatting with each other on the question of "never ending work." One of them said what an awful lot of work her lads made her. " Work " said the other, " I never saw anything like it. " Why, to-day, I've got to wash and hake and hbrw, and my rest to have, and 1 can't tell where to begin. Anyhow, I'll go and get my rest done with first." " noticed,f' remarked a tourist in .Berlin, " that twenty-six of the German papers speak very highly' of the new Reichstag." " Ach I" responded the tlative ad dressed. "Dventy-six of do mermbers of de new Reichstalg is uewacabor men." " One of the meanest mon I, over knew was Misair, "-Ie smoked his cigars to the last hall-inch, ,chewed the stumps, and used the ashes for snuff., Then he wasn't satisfied, and gave IupI smoking." " What for 7" " He couldn't think of,any way of utilizing the smoke." Cashier : " You must get, some one to identify you before 1 can pay this cheque. Have, you any friends in town...

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A SMALL BOY'S OPINION OF GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

A SMALL BOY'S OPINION OF GIRLS -Girls," remarked the small boy in bhi composition upon the subject, "is of several thousand kinds, and some times one girl can behave like several thousand girls. Some kinds of girls Lt better than some tther kinds, but they aln't any of them up to boys. This Is all I know about "girls, and father says the less I know about 'em

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MARKED DANGEROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

MARIKED DANGEROUS. What caused the terrible explosiou on the French warship, IiAberte 7 According to the opinion of cx perts, it was brought about by the same forces which,. four years ago, wrecked another French battleship, the Jena, .in Toulon Hl-arbour. Spon tancous combustion oi. the powerfll explosive known as " B " powder, which is used largely in the French Navy, . has cost that nation two of its finest men-o'-war. Experiments have proved that this explosive undergoes chemical changes making such an accident peculiarly liabl ; and in our own Navy "L " powder is unknown. On British bat tleships cordite.takes its place, but even this is considerably more dan gerous, than the ohl-fashinned black, powder. The magazines on British ships, however, are fitted with refrigeanting machinery, with the, object of keeping the stocks of cordite always cool. And there are other precautions which areo adopted to prevent any poesibility of accident.

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Cause for Alarm. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

Cause for Alarm. "I suppose 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 sightseeing." The world is full of hopeless failures that could have been successes bad they devoted to real work one-half the energy devoted to complaining. `They.say that a woman and music should never be dated. Most nien would be good it they lived in monasteries. light-hearted people are always on the lookout for sunshine. "Please soe that we are called in time to catch the nine o'clock train In the miorning," said a man ti the "boots" at an hotel. "I'll put you down for seven-thirty That will give you time for breakfast." "My good man," responded the vlst. taLr, "that won't do. Make it five o'clock' and then my wife will have time to dressl" A political speaker had utterly bored his' audience. Suddenly a man at the back of the hall gave a life-like ml...

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OCEAN DENTISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

I OCEAN DENTISTRY. All the world knows how up-to date is everything on board the hugr ocean-going liners, but among the very latest ideas put into force is that of having a dental parlour, where suffering passengers may have their aching molars looked at or ex tracted. To many the innovation will in the future prove an great boon, for the sea-air has a very considerable effect on the nerves of the teeth. Unlike other innovations on these vessels, however, the dental parlour notion did not originate In the brains of the steamship manager, but to a Parl sian dentist must he given the cred it. Hfe had not been doing a roar ing ' trade for some time, and went for a sea-voyage intending to have a holiday while business was dull. While en board the vessel be con ceived the idea of a ship's dentist, and on returning he at once hooked a suite on the same vessel, which wans the s.s. La Savoie, belonging to the French Transatlantic Company. During the next trip lie found quite a number of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

am: rfcy' r4 There is not an article of apparel that men wear but we haTo it-and whlat s more have it at a price and of a quality to conmmend itself to you. Look on our store as your store-come in and have a strop round and choose what you want in your own time-whether its the latest novelty in ties, a new fashion in shirts, a nobby hat or merely a collar and collar.stud. Your smallest purchase is just as we?lcomo asiyour lirgest-and. we'll do our best. for y?taeitli case.... Sdrange of new Season's Patterns just to. hand. Call d' "" Satisfaction Guaranteed. Gr' NE\ AL DRAPEIC.Ri MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. TYZACK & CO., PERFECT COKERY WITHOUT DRUDGERY, - . .· x. 1 'r:-:OIL -?TOVE. SOLD AT The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society's Stores. SOMBE OF ITS :POINTS 1i" Boing 1iortable caii be placed.whoro over yout likse. -2, Savs vri od clhopping and carrying, ofcoa -. 3. The heat is ilnde complete controL 4. You have lio big fire to, attend to. 5. W...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) VAN DE VEER, THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 11. CHAPTER XXIII (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) <VAN DE VEER, e THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 11, CHIAPTER XXIII (Continued.) " Is it the mark called 'Baron Her mann's Seal ' that you seek ?" " Ho I so you know its name 7" " A birth-mark, shaped like an out spread human hand ?" ' Yes, it is such I seek."' " I have it, and have had it al ways. Is it because I have that mark that you desire my death ? That would be strange, as it was be cause 1 hear that mark' that Sir Fritz spared my life." Baron Hermann and his son ex changed glances, andi the former said to Senlis : "I was right. Sir Fritz had dis covered that important secret. How? But come, let its withdraw and confer upon this chance that has placed EdreMl 1Vn de Veer in our power." " It would be well to examine his dungeon, to see that he has no chance for escape," said Senlis. " What means that blanket stuffed into the wall above 7" "I will tell you," maid Sir E?dred. quickly, and fearing a close investi gation might reveal that Aldort still l...

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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE. THURSDAY, AUG. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

THB Werribet SbIr¢ Banner. WERRnIBEE. THURSDAY, AUG. 15. SINCE the creation of the Central Riding and the consequent re tirement of the Sduth and East, Riding members municipal mat ters have been humming from Little' River to Kingsville, the cxtreme ends 6f the Shire.. When the decree was issued that; it would be necessary to hold elections: iti three ridings;. viz;, thei 'South, :fEast, and .Central,; .canldidates'!bcame -. forward :.as,,i: plentiful,.asadflowers :ini Spring,,; anxious .to.-- serve : their fel low .ratepayers, without fee: :or reward,' eight -haivihg: niominiated for the town riding anid five each for the South and East. This shows. a healthy ,state ofaffairs., when, so many~ prominent citilcns- are willing to, advance the. interests of the territory in which they- reside.. As only three candidates can be: elected for each riding it is a. difficult. matter- to weigh the: merits of each one. We do not; intend to. do so, they are all'goodi men.and true,, but half of'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

Ero conquering Woods appeared on earth Ard made his cure of matchless worth, Groat ills oppressed us front our birth, Our miseries were great. But now those ills nsone need endure, For we have Woods' Groeit 1'Pet:ormlnt Curo To heal our cold, 'tis alwaye sure Before it is too late. GRIAT WINT SnOW IS N1OW ON. FASHION'S LATEST PRODUCTION . ENDLESS VYAIETY? PRICES QUOTED ARE A WONDER TO ALL. See our Windorws. See ourt WindowQs THEY 4RE A TRIUMPII OF THE DRAPER'S ART. PLEASE. SHOP EARLY, AS POSSIBLE TO AVOID.THE AFTERNOON CRUSHES. J. H. HOOPER &C oO., FOOTSORAY, 3RUNSWVICK and LONDON `EIGHTHUooR ART tJNION AND SPORTS. PRIZES value 3 8, 00 (UBode, panctlon of the Attory-Goneral). Drawn Nov. 2, 1912. Ist Prize,value . 5.7 ? ; 2nd Prizevalue .40 0 3rd Prize, value 250; And 39othe .. CHANCE FOR 1912. TRY IT. First Prize In 1911 won by .AJr. IT, Johnson, Raglan, Victoria, for the modest outlay of Trades Hal, Sydnoy. One Shilling. JOHNW T SL'". TICKETS FROM LOCAL AGENT, H. BAIRNES, "...

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CENTRAL RIDING ELECTION MR. W. HOLLAND SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912

OENTRAL RIDING ELECTION. iMR. W. HOLLAND SPEAKS. On Tuesday evening last, Dr. Manly, J.P., in the chair, Mr. Hol land addressed'a large gathering of ratepayers in the mechanics' hail. IHo received an enthusiastio recep tion.! He stated that; he had had some experience in municipal matters, having served as a coun oillor of the 'Heidelberg shire for 18 years, which was shimilar to the \Verriheo shire. Had filled the presidential chair and had been offerod a seat on the Metropolitan Board of Works, but had to refoce it as' he was executing some con tracts for that Board. Had taken in active part in the" formation of the .newly created Cuntral R.Hiding. Ratepayers should exercise : great oare in returning their rnpeosenta. tives. Their revenue should he hatidled gy men of practical oxpori en?ce aid luseiness ability. :He had nominated at the last moment as he saw danger ahead,' two of the strongest opponents to theo formia tion of the new rIding-Messrs. A. J. 'M'Donald and John Beasley...

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