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SOUTH RIDING STAKES. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
i SOUTH RIXDING STAKES. __ Ch(T theo Editor.) Sir,--I know you will be very much interested in doings of the horses that will run ii ilth South Riding Stakes. I halve:soso them all doing. their' work on tb- track,.and find that ITockleigh has done =a good preparation, but the colt that impresses me-more nthan any is Bal later. This upstanding colt has done eovrythlng that has been asked him, and always finishes well. The Browne colt is doing good work also, and Bulban is `doing well, only I am afraid he is too ySong for such a long severe raco. I .would prefer Stoney Rises chances to either Bulban's or the Browne colt. To sum up oas a final tip, I will expect Bal latoer, Rockleigh and Stoney Rises to fill the plaoos, and to give a final plumnp Ballater, 1st. I advise you to have at leash a pony on this information and I will stand in half with you. Yours truly, O.NE IN PTIE KNOW.
A CANDID WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
A CANDIUb n1 Nps .*i,' john Elils. who was termed '"a voi e ,:eat party mnn," was once empioYet is an agent in an election which. war not only.?trongly" contested: on the" ;pot, ,but on the ground of. some Ir regularity, brought by potitiort.before he` House of Commous., To the bar of thei,House Mr. Ellis was brought, on :he part .of the petitioning candidate, :chdi' hoe 'underivent' a ' ross examlna' lion of which the following: is the .sau . tance: We 'n:derstaod, Mr:. Elli., that a vrery-considerable- sum watsexpended inthbfs election. pndthat great paort of -it was?directed to the purpose qf"coer .rupting the :voters. Dp?you" know of any such application of monyc, b? of any bribes being,'actually accepted on the partf of the- electors?" "Indeed, sir, I do. As agent, I know that our party bribed all whom we could get to.accept our money!" SAt this acknowledgmentsi apiadise of astonishment seemed to pervadgthe House; ':a -murmur succeeded; which only subsided on a member's saying ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
Scovell and Spurling, THE CORNER, Have landed a lovely stock of NEW SPRING GOODS. SSPRIING SUITINGS from 42s. OATERS, lateYst shakes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d. . - 5 FWig ION to* 6aoPE Od.iE S SHION'SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button. close at neck. S. TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRAOES, and everything a man wants to wear at" THE .RIGHIT PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is. and 1s 6d., to prove we are THE T?.IE KING?S. €, . THE RACECOURSE HOTEL (WERRIBEE.) FIRST-CLASS Accomodation for.Travellers and Visitors at this Old established Hotel, which is replete with every convenience, and the many facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Public will be duly appreciated. The choiceet and best brands of Wines, Ales and Spirits are kept at this establishment. FISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON HIRE. 1M. A. DIXON, Proprietress. COMMERCIAL '. HOTEL WERRIIBEE. J. COOKE BEGS to inaorm the pnblico generally that she has taken the above well-known hos...
APHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
SAPHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. Money, "the root of all evil," as it has been called, is the subject of the following sayings, selected from the works of great writers: "Make all you can; save all you ean; give all you can." "A wise man should have money ta hi. head, but not in his heart," "The use of money is all the advan toge there is in having itL" "Pat not your trust in money; but put your money on trust." "He that wants money; means ann onatent is without three good friends." "Money is a servant if you know how to use it-a master if you do not know how."
SUCH WIVES MAY RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
GUCH WIVES MAY RULE. Women who aspire to control the, husbands should remember that the men who are most theroughly under wifely, influence are generally those who least-susp-ct it. To achieve this result requires a great deal of tact, patience, and self control, and the woman who possesses these qualities shows by the same fact that she is fitted to act as the control ling influence In her husband's life. - But it is always wiser for the we manswho aspires to guide her husband to do so unobtrulsively soithat to the outside world she appears to be fol-' ·lowing:meekly in the wake of her lord. andmateg,,t io' t helim osý
AN OPEN LETTER. THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. To Angus M'Naughton (per favor of Editor of "Banner.") [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
AN OPEN LETTER. THE SHIRE ELECTIONS. To Anguas M'Naughton (per favor of Editor of 'Banner.") Dear Mao,-Since I wrote to you last on l~unicipal matters, I see all the in tendid etrters' have niominated, and it'W really amusing to a looker-on" like my self to"soe:how nice asvd-agroablo pooe: plo can make themselves at certain times, and I roally. think it is a pity elections do. not come more often. I think if snome sports promotor had come to Werriboe somo little time ago, and started a serios of concerts, football matchoes or euchro parties, he would ihave made a nice profit, as every little function from Little River to Footscray is, croPwded with candidates, trainers and backers, that a good house would be as siurdd.at anly price, and I really think inist of the candidates would' take a part in the entortair?iouts. What a pity Sir Bayloy. han ot :the dramatic company' lapso?a.s he could have them at his comr -rmod ':and What nn 'entbrtainmenot "ho. "could produce, as there -would ...
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
PEARSON,- ROWE; SBMITIL. & CO.'S REPO1RT[ ' Pearson. Rowe, Smith, and Co. sold: Fat Sheep.-301 crossbred owes and we thora, 0. .13. NicolDalgaigle : 262 me rino wbthdrs, Little RTir; to 20/10/; 2101 nerino weothors, -from-bankeld; 210 crossbred weothors. from Lismore. to 26/ Od.; 108 crossbred .wetliera, tMelboaurno and rfotropolitan loards. of Works Metropolitan8Fnno. 28/.s rsgin6 red wothor o r aerng /. coihebaock. owes..12/ 11gcrossb?d..ad comeback wethers and oewies'Ansgs S. Reid, IKidonnn, to 221?; 110 crossbred wethors, from Sfooroodn; 110 rossbored wethore and morino eavwns, .Olements, Frankston, to ~J;:100 coassbre4,weth rs, from.Amra-. 81 .comeback wethors, Mrs. O. 3fceleod,..Tolisker, to 281J, aver aging 27J5' 74 .otreo red wetherd and owes. J. J'.. NiWran Ins;.tq tl22/J. 78 crosabred wothors and owes? P. T;I'ey waooa, Dandenon, to 20// 63' -rossbred aoth?rs, 0. Lord, Rosedale, to 35J- av eraring 32/3; 60 merino wethors, prom Keilor: 4 crossbred wecthers and owes M...
CENTRAL RIDING ELECTION. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
OPItNMAaL ItLDING EllDOTION. (To the Editor). Sir,-Mr. Woodcock is to. be oompli monted on the lucid manner he explain ed in last week's "Banner" a cheap wahter supply for Worriboe.- Why pay a two shillng rate when a sixpe'uny one is sufficient: Ifr. Woodcock's ohance of se curing a seat at the Council table has been considerably improved"ainio the publication of his water scheme. Yours, etc.. HOUSEHOLDER;
METRO FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
METRO' FARM NOTES. -It has boen dofinitely decided-to" hold a'horticultural show oi the.Motro. Farm about the middle' of inext April; 'I°he show, will hoe-on -undo;dito-hrupieo. of 'the Social and Progross.Associatson. and it is intended to -hav, prizes for best d?o;ratod tables, beat collection of chrysanthemums, fruits and vegetables. WeVo all remember the old Frm shows and feelconvinced that the residents of the Farm will-have a- show equally as good-as previons ones and one worthy of the Worribco district ,. Two old. residentsof the Metro. Farm -Messrs. Brown and.Sullivan -were successful in obtaining blocks. of land in the Shepparton Estate, both these gentlemen, who have had 15 years ex porienco in irrigation; are satisfied that 25 acres of land is suflicient for-thoem to work successfully. They will be loaving hero in. about a fortnighlt's lime to take possession of their now homes. The Clos er Settlement Board are building homo. for the new settlers; payments for the same to...
COMPULSORY ENROLMENT. HELPING THE ELECTORS. PRAISEWORTHY ENTERPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
COMPULSORY.-ENROLMENT. HELPING T E-I"ECTORB. PIAISIEWOTHY ENTERpIItSBE. It is obligatory on all.persons, over tho ngo of 21 years, to have their names placed on the Federal rolls for" the Sub division of .the Federal Electorate in which they reside. If, rfter they. enrol, they remove from one portion of the sub division to another, they must notify the Eleotoral Regoistrar for the aubdivisian of tibis removal. - If they removo to an other subdirision or to another Elector ato, they must apply for a transfer of their names. to the now subdivision or eleotorateo.as .the case may be. The re sponsibility of properly enrolling rests upon elector?, and failure .to enrol is an offenrice tiunishalelo by. fine. To enable oelctors to teadily. scortain if'theyo ae'onrolled, or in coa'of .reoov al, to have their names tranferroul from one Subdivision or Electorate to rinother the Conotitutionil" Union has established an electors' burean in their rooms'(thilrd floor, Equitoble Buildingo, Collins...
POWER FROM BROWN COAL. LARGE PROJECT FOR ALTONA. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
POWER FROM BROWN COAL. LARGE PIOJtECT FOR AIfONA. Extensive 'deosits of brown coal exist in various localities in Victoria, and, in view of stlse commoerciatlimportance which similar beds have assumed. in Germany, the prospect of turning the Victorian do posite to profitable account has never boon lost sight of. lorwnll, 00.omlos from "Melbourne and Altona, eight miles from the oity, -ave both been kept in view by investors in this connection as lokely sourccs from which electricalpo= or could be manufactured on a large scaleo. Within the past few months mat tors have made a decided advance in conndction with both localities. Propos als for the flotation of a company to work. the sforwoll deposit has reochsl a definite stage, while mining on 'the ex tensive seam at Altena has been carried on unohtrusivsly by the Melbourne and Atona Colliery Company. In the l ean thne negotiations were in progrese to so cureooutsido capitaol to work that com rp~any's property on an adequate scale. ha...
THE CENTRAL RIDING ELECTION TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
THE OENTRAL BIDING ILIEOTION TO ThU EDITOR. Sm,t--Mr. Holland's acceaations againat me o-Tua'esdy d?e inigare utterly false. and lowering-me in tbo: estimation of.my own friends. I never was againist a CGentral Riding. I moved ithe motion years ago for it, and I hav 'nove'r altered my opinion since. My oppositioi was purely a question of bouindariel3, and I still hold the opinion that it is neithor a town or a farming riding. Yours' etc., JOIIN BEASLNY. Worribee; 1418112.
WERRIBEE SENIOR CADETS— "D" COMPANY. FIRST ANNUAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 August 1912
WERRIBEE SENIOR ",CADETS, ;..-J "D.". COMPANY. r FIRST ANNUAL.DINNET' At tlhe'. moohhnics'Jhall o?n.Satur. day?weekt.he first d innr,.glven..as a send'off to' those cadets. who have passod inttllhe ranks of the citizen forces, was held, and proved a, great success. The hall was tastofully decorated by a hard working o'in mittee. :It can be said that the "D" compiny ranks as one of the first in the State to start a thing of this kind, and it is to he hoped that they keep it up. The chair was ltaken by Captain Whitehead, chief offcoer of 69 bhaallion, of -which Werribeo is the fourth company, The following .was the toast list: "The Iing'," proposed by the chairman ; "The Guests " by Lient. Sheddan- anid :responded to by L. M'Keoown, N, Taylor and A. Shaw ; "The. :Area" by Lient. Sheddan and responded to by H. Gibbons ; "Visiting Offocers"'responded to by Lieuts. Ml'Donald, Richardson. and Caston. Lieuts. Ellsum, Litchfield and ' several' non-commissioned offl3ers also spoke on behalf ...
A SUPPER THAT PAID FOR ITSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 August 1912
A BUFPPER THAT PAID FOR ITSELF. An article In an Italild review con tains an interesting stour of Liszt, the composer, and Itubini, the tenor. Touring together, they- visited a town where it great financial successi was cxpected. But they were dis appointed, for whlen they-entered thel hall they found only fifty persons pre sent. Ithubini was furious and said hie would not sing ; but Liszt calnced himt. " You must sing," he said ; " thi: small audience is evCidently composed of musical connoisseurs of the town, so we must treat thetm with re spect." Liszt set the exanmple with it grand overture, andI Rubni sang to perfoc Vton. Liszt 1,ave another piece, and then nddressed the audience. " Ladles and gentlemen," Lhe s?id, "I think that you have had enough mnile. Allow me to ask you to take t little supper with us." The invitation was accepted, and Liszt and Ilubini entertained the ad fence to supper at their hotel, at a cost of twelve hundred france. Whenl the guests separatedl -.thle...
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) VAN DE VEER, THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 12. CHAPTER XXVI. SIR EDRED SECURES ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 August 1912
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) " .VAN DE VEER, r tt THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. " PART 12. - ct CHAPTER XXVI. 81it EDIlED SECURES ARMS. al Sir Edred left alone again in the W pitchy darkness of the forest, prayed heaven that the guide might not be i so long away as when, le left him be- t fore ; and prayed also, that no mis hap might befall the man in whom il all his hopes of deliveranee rested. Aeselm Britzo, however, returned th just as the dawn bcega~n to shed an wl uncertain, hazy light around, andi re- ci turned so noiselessly that the din- fee moaid merchant was unaware of Ilis presence until Anselm's voice speak- ec ing in ia low tone, sounded at his side. ey I He is alone," said Anselm, "and ev at work riveting arnmour. The door ie of his ca'vern is ajar, and 1 peered to in at him unseen. I have prowled fe all about the vicinity, and we may of approacnl without fear of being mol- ar ested by others. wl " Dismount," continued the guides, ti " and we will tie our horses here. I F --will len...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 August 1912
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PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 August 1912
PE:ARSON, iOWE, SMIITHI CO.' t RtEPORIT,. Mlessrs. Pearsoln, Rowe Smith and Co. sold-300 crossbred .wothers and ewes, G. B. Nicol, Dalgangle; 181 crossbred wothers, O. L. Forroet, Warrowio; 168 lmorino ewes, \W. Murray, Worrihee; 154 merino owes, from Rockbank ; 134 meri no owes, G. Wall, orrbeoibo, 10G cross bred wotl ;Jeri, Ta?o. Toohoy, Werriboo, t, 25/, averaging 221 ; 104 merino avethers W. H. Dasidsosn, Coliban Park, to 20/3; averaging 20/1; 103 merino wethors and owes, Mrs. MIaclcod, Talisker, to 23/tI 9Di crossbred and merino swetl:ers, T. Wanlbridge, Somerton, to 20/0; 93 meri no wethllrs, G. Evans, Deniliquin, 92 crossbred weotlers, Stock Bros., Ca?. mais, to 33/, averaging 3015; 8i cro; bred wothers, and owes, .Jas. Cro.,' Crbwlandcd, S crossbred ewes, Dumoe.t' Menzies, ICyabram, , 72 merino wethe's. fromn Keilor, ct 15/11; 60 crossbred w,. thers, Mrs. laeleed, Talisker, to .10/6, averaging 29j1; 67 crossbred swethers, anld-owes Marooll 5.1 crossbred weth era, P. nl.yan,....
COURTSHIP CRACKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 22 August 1912
COURTSHIP CRACKERS. Clara: Jack intends to. have all his own way when we are married.e Clara's Mamma: Then why do you want to marry him? Clara: To rollevo his mind of a false impression.. Lily: Wasn't there a romance con nected with their engagement? Rose: Oh, yes; they both romanced about their wealth. Haye: Has Swift recovered. from.his ,motor-car smash yet? Povoril: Almost; but he won't bh out of danger till he dismisses that pretty nurse of his. He: Before we were engaged, you told me your hair was turning grey What stopped it? She:. Your proposal.