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DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
" 'Iri4 'LIsY & JrjSO' 1't, MK '..is(t an Tohnst on sold: Weth ..t "urossllr'd, coincbck- iind o, \tKIenrip Irlos.;. Avondna; 1831 -d 11(nd Comeback, .kfetropolitan lia iico, to '/1; 48 orpbojrcOd, 1":.t M'hindlliy Glenroy, WVoinbooto, t " v g 2;i , D . C . S mn i t h , 1 ', o H ill; ..,.,-,od, M7oanina, N.S.W.V ut 28/. kbinitn-60 Inrilo, Jamue llobinnon, itSoy Fll-lit, T'i ugnina ;" and "draf ts Y; vanioun Itdit' ]asnibL o.-D lis ly nod Johnston sPold :--60 (spring), Goo., Pool, ltiilno's bridge, to 10/2, vovraging 14/.1 *; nnd drafts Various ow'noro,
THE DAIRY. REARING CALVES. HINTS FOR BEGINNERS IN DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
THE DAIRY. REARING CALVES. P HIlNTS FOR BEGINNERS IN DAIRYING. By W. G. A. Lee, in the N.S.W. b "Agricultural Gazette." in order to secure strong, healthy 'I calves, it is essential that the cow c be well cared for previous to giving , birth. She should be well fedl dur- t ing her milking period, and should n have ita rest of from six to eight a weeks prior to calving. If the cow t is milked too close up to the time of s calving, the calf will he deprived of a its full supply of nutriment, and the cow's milk yield during the following t lactation period will be greatly re- , ducel. t Dry cows should not he turned in- b to poor country, but should he kept t in good working condition. If good . pastures are not available, dry cows s should be supplied with food of a laxative character, such as bran, In- i cerne, greenstuff, or silage. Cows f about to calve should be kept in close, bandy paddocks; and if much milk is made previous to calving, the udder should be eased, but not milk-i A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
XhVhn you uoo n 0 lloscr-nturn , \yit1 ia fnao tlinto looking rnid ., And you hor.hltin mooning iu, Iolning,. Olh I' ini cough iill lriuc ZOO tiinui, Tall him ol tht prioclouo zinIxiioo Thiat'o In comiley fLor onmo, To:bo-hd ntihll thin chiomlniat ,;n, 1 ýU'jkloi\Voodo' Grant Peppeonint Cavo kkRx-LaAo : JL*ullo :. I F you want the BEST of WOOD and COAL at lowest rates go to BERT BELL, Laot J. J. Bird. CORRECT WEIGHT and PROMPT DELIVERY. FURNITURE CAREFULLY RE-. MOVED, PACKED and STORED. LIGHT and HEAVY CARTING DONE TERMS CASH.. WVatton-straor, WERRIBEE. A. LEVINGS, BUILDER Aan CONTRIACTOR. Jo'oary work and reo:airs of all desrilp. tion. Plans, Specificatlond & Eutiti.;tism : pr'par, d. Work taken Town and Country, Agent for the District of the London In. suranco .Company-Fnads :exceed - £4,000,000. Address .-NEXT POLICE STATION WQ El31% I E 1 I,3 TO STAND THIS SEASON At Ballinng Ecat and travel surronunding District, the Clydesdale Stallion, Young Clyde. y OUNG CLYDE is a ha...
A DAMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
I A DAMPIR. A young man at a party was "swanking" about his knowledge of human nature and his insight into character,' adding, "1 can tell at a glance what other people are think 'ing of me." Universal atonishment reigned-un "iII a lady broke silence with the re mark : "How very disagreeable that must be for you."
CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES. AN IMPORTANT PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES, A.N t:1I'OITrANT PRQOPOSAL. Reprosoentatives of tlhirty co-oporativo organisa'tions ill cities, towns and rural listricts of the State mnot in conference it the rooms of the Gippslatcl C-optra tire Assoeiation, Fllinuer-lano recently, to consider a proposal lwhich eaanasted rom tlhe Cressy anod Westertl Plains 'aromrs' Society, hauving for its object the creatioll of greater co-operation. The objective and suggestions as n basis for delcgates to work upon wore submitted as follow: ''o bring all co-operaotive socioties to getter at ail ainnual convenllions for tho liscussion of latslters rcelting to co-oper ation. To arrange for a central body to ,urchase tihe requirementts of societies (a) by appoiliting a commitiCe, with oflfi cors and it. stall in the city (b) or by Inating wilh 5osio existing co-operative body at present etbablished in tile city. To arrange a schel:o to finanlce for tao :cntral body; each society to tinance its swn pulr'iasitng ?nd pay cas...
A SERIOUS BREAKDOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
. A SERIOUS BREAKDOWN. At. a reading lesson , on "Cleanli t ess" in a certain school a short time since a child read : "You may notice how careful engine-drivers are I to keep their engines clean, and, as our bodies are engines far more beautifully made, it is our great duty to keep these wonderful machines in perfect order." The teacher asked how might our a bodies be likened to an engine. None of the children could see the similar a ity, so the teacher, at great length, drew a comparison between them, h and finished by saying : 'Yon know a that in an engine there are a great many wheels which are constantly turning. Now, what part of me is continually going 7" d A courageous lad at the end of the .clim held up his hand, and, being asked, aoswered : "Your tongue, Miss " the tcher dOollpue of the teacher.
THE UNCEASING DRAIN OF PHOSPHATES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
- rHE UNCEASING bRA(N 0o PHOSPHATES. The phrase,' "No phosphate no 11H.? rather-a-hackneyed one, but t t e presses the vital necessity of supplied if phosphate of lime in the develop" ment of all life, both animal and vegoe table. As Professor Wright has re" marked, when the unceasing drain. of phosphates from all descriptions of' cultivated soils, year after year and century after century,l is taken into' consideration, it is no matter for sur prise that fields and pastures should have become denuded of-this.constittf-r ant, We are:liable to think that ou" oloughedlands are more subject.Ad.? lase from=+' "dropping than Apastoral:: gronnds,-bd' this erroneous idealhaa'` "ercontrllP:' pdrticeseven :down;to the' remembered that pastures ar? pe'i: petually being :robbed by grazing an?-' malesi in their case it has been con itant depletion, for while manures of various kllnds are freely -applied to' arable 'land, pastures are too often' neglected; and supposed to preserve' their .fertil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
Scovell and Spurling, TIHE CORNER, * :- " IFOOSC1RAY, Have landed a lovely' stock :of NEW SPRING GOODS.. :SPRING SUITINGS from 42s. BOATERS, latest shapes, 3S Od to 6OsOd. U SHAPEý BOX;BS & -FASHION SHIRTS in 20 difforent styIE. SWEATERS to button close at nak. S? TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. - TIES, SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to weoar at THE RIGST PRIC"E. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is. and Is 6d., to prove we are THIE TIE KINGS. The Racecourse Hotel. W iELR R I B EI'IE WE.;RRIBE . TfIRST-OLASS Accomodation for Travellers and Visitors at this Old established Hotel, which is replete with every convenienoe, and tWie many facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Publio will be duly appreciated. The choicest and boast brands of Wines, Ales and Spirits are kept at this establishment. FISHING AND SHOOTING, BUGGIES AND HOUIss iON?.IRE SM, MA. DIXON, Proprietres? BRUNNING'S SEEDS. LEADS THE WAY FOR Quality, Purity and Germination. "-- , Horticultural...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
erftibtt Si ire Battwr; WEaini.lEM, TiIU.LSI)AX, s:P. 19to •Now that the coursing season for 1912 .is finished, it behoves the local club . to get a hustle on with the proposed plumpton. Such an institution in otr midst would be of incalculable. benefit to the town in every way.. The present system of open. coursing has many disadvantages.. Werd it not;:for the generosity of the farmers, , the' local club" would have been unable to carry to a successful.issue a large meeting such as the "Champion Stakes." A plumpton established in Wer ribee would be the means of bringing in foreign capital: and every business person would benefitL, eitlher diectly or indi rectly. The thingo can be accom-. .plished and that quite simply. We hav. it. on tjhe authority of a competent judge-" Blakemere," late coursing editor of "Purich" -that the local racecourse would make an ideal. plumpton eýclosnre..' Look at the advan tages it would have over- other places. W\rrib'ee is l:ractiqally midway between ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
I II/ The Clothing of Boys is always abliificulty. The Suit must not only please the boy but also satisfy his parents. We sell just tlie kild that will satisfy both parties.. Oui Boys' Suits will please the boy because of their stylish appearai?e, the mother because of their quality. and the father because they are reason able in price " TYZAK & ;CO., "The Corner." PERF3pT C00 ERY: WITHOUT DRUDGERY. , . . -. ., :... ý·YI 4f-- V- T -.. ý ,ký". ,' ..ený ErM'' Thes eribeFsarmersh Coaoperative Society's Stores. BoMB 'OF ITS POINTS . Beig .1oi7ralbl e can be placed where over yop lihke." 2 Saves ood choppin ?- an~l carrying oi coal. 3 ,The halsoth is undr comipleto control. You haiolno big fire to attend to. j'"i cok t11 h she , -s-,elaborate n?eal' perfctly. Theaper, tang * . F:. s. S uOicker tan w'oodI .be - c- a "te "IF YOu LOVE YOUR WI Ef BeUY tEId t P RFECTION li4E0 &* LONDO . & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY,, LTD. SSET is . E tt E D 11, 0 0 ,0 0 0.n IFI LR, `CL:OV...
(COPYRIGHT.) THE MILLIONAIRE'S LAST WILL. CHAPTER I. THE LISTENER OUTSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
(COPYRIGHT.) --TH E MILLIONAIRE'S 4H LAST WILL. Bly Hedley Richards, Author of "A Day of Reckoning," "Out of Darkness," etc. CHAPTER I. THE LISTEyNEI OUTSIDE. John Fletcher was dying. He would never see another sunrise, and he knew it. A month ago he had been a hale old man, carrying his seventy years more lightly than some men bear fifty. Health, wealth, and strength had been his portion through life, and it had been predicted, by some who knew him best. that he would live to see a hundred. But in an hour everything was? changed. The master of luddenfoot House went out for a drive, and the horses shied at a traction engine, then rushed madly forward, tinally dashing against the stone parapet of a bridge, shattering the carriage, and throwing the occupant out. One horse was killed on the spot, and the other had to be shot. The coachman es caped with a broken leg, and the -groom, who . had jumped olT at the t.rst sign of danger, was the only one who came off scot free. As for John Fl...
OIL ON TROUBLED WATERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
OIL ON.TIROULEd tWWATERS.? a "aLatn nn a oowiotn fqr dhb. 'cliorgng oil," on thiun ou in leugb- woa, ther a a maitnamo uf subduing the wav.en. is b?bjug iiaituuactred in, Engiiand. Th apparatus l onsists of a' "iat-trol, r?osor yoir, with a nertii"al cylinder. A hariv plurnger wor'ing in. th. ,yliindi, attach. 6d to. a tubular red,, ani' privlided with a spri ng, e0:c. tie nil on to lha wrva.. A Jtand-wh`ol on, t th. ipiicrule-ri, in used to raine tho piotlha, wheon heU ottln. fdii. is bein' fillcd wi.t, il from thie rrn. evrir.." T ai napparatlus" i mounted in the bow. 'd somall dmii'ari pip: pmro trudo through the bow ovnein ouch old i mt tho staln. Tihe divuhnrgo of imbl Io is about half?" gadlon per hulr, ubt this may be va.riel accrling to re .Quiromonts, density of oil, ete. Oil' lai been utilisen for iony years uana moans of sutidiung th wRovenO. an in lmany in. stancOaO han saved ves.lie'.frmn disastor. Tie birth rate of tho United King. :loi is nnmuch Iigier than- thint of ...
A MERRY HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
A EFiP.RY HEART. (fly a ?.run Alan.) Wo naturallylv turn toward woman for corllislit ad enCourageLiht Inlld .rllead'icee l??urlOJ It 1i'i?,l aao I.y, she ;ult; thle reinis thilat raid iS , anId tlliert .fton sntlte buggP.stidlltt \way Us to our iinll concluliuns. it-g:relt ?I angter, among other iicse w' Yrds, isays :- "Bettor thal a forttno-than gold and a.Lv'r anid jewe!s--butter tbalfti an rlio,; that ca: b.? weighed in earthly tll , is n suanu Vltlpefllltie3a of tlbitual thought, winch inaos the no tinlon day alld the rough roadl cheery tad smooth; for 'a merry heart doetI :nod like a medticine.' -'Merry. Enlivening, gay, exhilara. t'nrgaret is right; a merry heart is ta medicine, acting and reacting from rind to Inind, ad from heart to Ihelrt. 'e neild sucol tounic smolng thie it-. setrious Fec?rs of lifo. W\ nerd the bright- glance and" thie artrted wordt. the enllvening tuone and; the Incorurng i. demneanorl of thlse who eai i gi t tries forth to the naeiola l antd oer. wliro...
EFFECT OF DROUGHT ON THE QUALITY OF STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
EFFECT OF DROUCHT ON THE QUALITY OF STRAW. In Europao eredl stra?, cepcctlly oat straw, fortos - a consideorable nd useful part of the winter rations for cattle. last year owing to a remark. ably dry summer th straw tin maniy districts took on a peculiar violet tingo, and farmers were anxlious to know whethier it could bo fed to aoni utsle aitlsut danger. Thoe tlator was investigaetl by Professor-Menard, who ihas comunlicated his views to the "Journal d'Agriculture 'ratiquo." lie tys that thle discollration of the talks isic dtasr to growth having been Jciddeily checked by drought, anid that the organic matter fermtd in thu oli:age, tnstead of parsieg us usual into thu IheaIds to til tLis grain; has rtemain .:d in aoe trn, eatreC is the stalks. tiruoli this it olappuar that not only is the strav safe biutt that it is of butter quality that theo straw of'oenuirul sea Sois. Analyses shoswtd thatio-the ali Inhitinoits which nortially fornied abodut 1 i?'r eInt. a Strat,?, wra iueariy d...
THE JOY OF WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
THE JOY OF WORtK. The joy of work is only understood by the tow in modern times; in an jent timous and through the agres it was universal. 'lho necessity for hthout boittg rocognised it did not pall upon .ho lahourer but was carried out in fIullost sympathy with its need with the result that everywhcre tho irksoir,'oae of work was sHliwrdtdatcd to its d., liRltts. Wa of this age gn nabout our work in a very different spirit, with out the divine lotinct for it,od. thlriLe Foro without ito joy. tOur process is to 'store up the economoic results of work and..t.lten out of. this :store to pur ohuse the pleasures of lifo. It is .leadoIniig process. It cameo too lete spd,.thI, pls.sllires nre fur to seek; and if we turn to tin Iosoonsof history we shall find that the old joy ofs work has left the civilised world: and mado it so much, thio Pptror in ontoal and physi eal balance.--Sir laaorono Gommo in the "i?urnlll.o • i
LIGHTLESS LIGHTHOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
* l-?CHLESS t'IGQ?HOUSEt . "Lightahouofo," thattIlid nout, qlctrir ircs inicamid of r--3f-9-6"hglE"'iro tn h;l otnblished on the Vranell eo.t. PoI. .sih!y theso "1ay ultni'tiell r(eptol th ordininrv lihlitlioei.?s, Or at leasr ,;.'!;l. 'mot thorn, for tlio ntre ans -ffrecti,, foggy na in cloar weather. Saya "Cos 0ns" (Paris) :. "It is well known that the lellint rosi radio-comm.pae onables us t, ..or .mi vory ex.actly tihe- aiiectioan ;ipt. rhich lHertziaon wancesomaaan a. ia or l.r that nuvigators may be able to ui ise so ayLrrcciable au' d, it hal beeni Locided, ra a n aginni-.g, to eot.,blis dhroo lartziina settiona, twto at thi en mance of lirest i:ui'?our--oeI. t itiem it Croclh light., on Oues'.'-;t, and thoe 3tlho at; the i161 of scill li-iit---and the *iJrd oi tbo l l:avrri e e ;ii.ei., oUvI iilo frotm unauie i; lLin. limse sta iotns will cmil c,.;.:t.'ris'ic 01.,l; rad sio-'s soip7.ie.il bit.i al to liti-Toei ;adio-coaiapwim will boe ;ble to iild thuir liroction, by d.ay or...
GRAND ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
GRAND ANNUAL COATHOLIC BALI: This annual fixture was hold last Wednesday week and proved a brilliant success, both from ia financial and artistic standpointi The ball was Lastefully decorated with flags and ovoergreens, Ans. tralia's national bloom-the wattle blossom-occupying an honoured place in the decorative effects. Thoe supper-rooh iwas also ducked out in similar fashion and the whole ettsemuble was pleasing to the eye antd reflected great credit on the willing workers .who had charge of. the 'tdcorstiots. The floor wais- in cipital- order and the 80 odd cualed who woere presaont atpreciatediit. to the fall. Looking frow the selge, :which was lanked wihbyiý andlWoomswtthe i ectt was striling. - s.usualt at Ihis ball, the dritssitg of the li:lies wais a lea lture, the imany pro'te dresses that wore ri orn ting as a aoil to the more .ober garb ,of the a crtieor sex. The music as sulplioel:by Curu idon's band of'4 pirformcrs (piano, violin., cornet and piccolo) was ravishing tn i...
WERRIBEE MONTHLY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
1PERRiIBEE MATONT'HLY SALE.. Messrs. Doniley. nod Johlnston re port havingt hold thoir monthly sane in thei: Wenrril:oa yards on Sutu9rilny laqI, the ll"th Inst, whenl they yarded over 1d0 yeart of cattle to one of the larpnst attendnnces of hnycre that lov Iobeen proesnt in W'Vrirthlo for mnyli yea'Rs, rind in sympathy with the iinlhourne market prices for all fat and .horfy eort'n were extremely high and c?mptoitinn very.brlskl thrnnplhnto. -.rat cows mnnde lip to £10 ON ; fat Iteifre to £9 2o .6d, indl prices. geinonlly con idorably bilhove vendors' oxptctatlionts. F"or alptilpnrs and 1il other clqtes thero wnq kInt comnpeititon and almost it total clearance effootod. .
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
P1 IRSONII D0W1,: SMIJT & CO.'S • ,-,' ?.t:' iP?U]1; .- P..T Pearson, twe, Smith and Co. old 517"crossbred ota"is and Wethers, J. F. Ryari, Echuca; 288 crossbred owes, es tato int:O. I,. •Forrest, Norrowiei to 18/8, averagiig 1618; 272, A0rs. Mane lead, Talicskr, crossbred wotlers to 26/ 6d, avor.ging 24/5, croasibred ewes 23); 251 crossbred owes and wiathors, A. B. and .W. J. Anderson, 1iusIfield, to 24/, haor ging 19/; 184 crossbred wethers, 0. "B. Nicol; Dalgnnglo; 111 'merino woth-. ora, MIonyong, to 17/5; 120 comeback and merino owes, Campaspe, to 10J; '112 mcrino wothers, W. J. Mfagennis, Soymour; 111 morino wethers and owes, 0G. Hill;, Avondalo ; 111 merino and comeback wothors and owes, J. W. Mil burn, Wychoproof ; 107 morino wethors, N. Irwin, lilinabury ; 103 I?nrina wothlors, It. J. Baldry, to 21/, averaging .20/A; 79 morina-wothers and oews, T. Patullo, L]ang Lang; 74 crossbred and: meorino wothors, .nn. Mc.ason Altonvalo, to 27)7; and drafts various owners. Poar...
LITTLE RIVER TENNIS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 19 September 1912
LITTLE RIVER TENNIS CLUB The annual meeting of the above club was held in the me chanics' .all, on Thursday.,,12th inist.. Thiere ws a' faiir htten dace of members. Mr. Lindsay occupied the' chair. The report and' balance-sheet was read arid adopted, which showed the club to be in a sound financial posi tion, having a credit balance of over £11. A letter was read from the Werribee tennis club, re the forming of a tennis associa tion, embracing Laverton, Werri lcee, Metro Farm, Little River and Lara. Those present spoke favorably of such an association, ard decidctdto join should same be formed. The club is having the court asphalted, and it is to be rdady for the opening of the season. The following 'were elected office-bearers for the'en suing season :-President, Mr: L: Creed; vice-presidents, Messrs. E. Watson, D. Watson, J. Ball . hon secretary, Mr. T.' J. Cook i hon treasurer, Mr. R." Lindsay: Committee, Mesdames Cook, I-Ievey' Misses.Boadle, Ball, Barr, Messis: F. Dans' and A. ...