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NOTHING SERIOUS. A LIKELY STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 November 1912
NOTHING SERIOUS. - --.- A LIKELY STORY. Charlie Smith had been working short time for a long while, and he thought he would cut down the housekeeping expenses. So every night after he had turned the gas out he blew down the pipe to turn the fingers on the metal dial back wards. When the man came the first time he had only Is. 6d. to pay for the quarter. Encouraged by this suc cess, he kept It up during the next quarter. When the man came to col lect the amount due, Oharlie happen ed to be at home. The gasman had a look at the dial, and then he scratched his head. 'Is there something uip ?" asked Charlie, beillning to feel nervous. "I should think there is," replied the gesman, "the blessed gas com plny owes you half a crown."
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO. "S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 November 1912
PIC:ARSON, ROWE, b:.' 1THi & CO.'S IECPORTI'... Pearson Rowe, Sniith and Co.. sold: S8 crosslred owes, John Calvert, Crosy, 11/11; 599 crossbred wothers and owes, Holmos and Boadloe Loddon Lea;. 332 crossbred wethers; Lara, to y1q2; 262 crossbred wethers and owes, R;. larrio, Toolern vale; 255 oroasbred ewes, . Clhs. Young, Dargalong, to 17/8; 249 crossbred and omerino owe, nA. .. M'lao, Lemon-grove, to 11/1; 232 crossbred wothors and uoos, H. J. ianni7 , The Fells, 224t croebrcd wer there, ,enom Eomuca, to 15/9 213 crse. brad and morino ewes, R. Forge, Ko tuplna, to 12/11; 1417 crossbred cwd mnerino owes, SP. M'lntvre,-Piso Grove East, to 13/-1; 113. crossbred and. meri no ewU?, J. J. M'ILtyVre, Ardenfiold.h 120 crossbrendend moriD owi~, J.. W. Milburn c Vyclheproof; 112 crossbred owes, I. Burke, Nathelis; 14/ and 13/ 10-1 merino scotbore, It. Henry, Ilseordloe;: 100 merine wothers, Loo those, Deniliqssin, at 10110- 15 medino ewes, Lister Bros., The ifanele, at. 10/10 ;79 c...
(COPYRIGHT.) THE MILLIONAIRE'S LAST WILL. PART 9. CHAPTER XVIII. TELLING THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 November 1912
(COPYRIGHT.J - --THIE MILLIONAIRE'S o LAST WILL. -4--f- By Hedley Richards, Author of 'A Day of Reckoning," "Out of Darkness," etc. PART 9. CHAPTER XVIII. I TELLING THE TRUTH. Early the next morning John Rlath moro made his wa) to the police station where Heather was contined, and having seen the superintendent, and having obtained permission to see his fiancee, he was shown into the small room which had been ap portioned to her. It was very bare and uncomfortable ; but in compari son to the cells in which most of the prisoners were confined, pending their removal to the county gaol, it was tlllxurious. "My darling, it makes my blood boil to see you here," said Rathmore trying to take his loved one in his arms, but Heather pushed himn away. "I have been thinking about what -.Fyou sanid yesterday, anll I.feel that it was wrong of me to promise to be your wife." "T shall not release you from your promise, because I love you above all the world, and I think you cuare for me," he said, ...
CRICKET. WERRIBEE v. CARLTON CLUB XI. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 November 1912
CRICKET. WERRIBEE v. CARLTON CLUB XI. A match between the aboive clubs was played on Saturday week and resulted in favor of the home team. The following are the scores - WEIRhIBEK A Combon, b. Thacker.... .. . . 11 H. Robertson, b T. McColl ... 0 J. Didier, c, b T. McColl ... 1 J. Larlin, run out .,. ... ...29 W. Hurst, at., b Thackor ... 4.. R. Blenmish, at., b Thacker ... ... 8 P. Taylor, not out ...... 11 A. Hearing, is McKollar ... 12 W. Agar, not out ... ... ... 10 Sundries ...... ... 12 Sundries .. ... ... 99 CARLTON CLUB X1. D. Donoghue, run out' ... ... 8 T. MIcColl, l.b.w.. b Taylor ... 10 M\eKellar, b Didler .. . .... 8 Sorrell, I.b.w., b Didir . 1 Iynant b Didier, ..: ... Thaeker, not out- .. .... 1 O. McColl, b Taylor ... e... . Bundries ... .... ... 2... 27 Bowling analysrs-It; Boianish, 0 for 8; W. urst, 0 for 8; '. Dioler, 8, for 6; P. Tatlor,OL frll.H,;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 November 1912
- I-_- : .... . v the kind that will satisfy both parties, Our Boys' Suits will please the boy because of their stylish appearance, the mother because of their quality. and the father because they are reason able in prlce. .TYZACK & CO., "The Corner." PE RF CT C OK ERY WITIIOUT DRUDGERY. o t Soc ys St.res. . Saves w:ood copping and :arryiig of coal. S.. :.:Will. cook the most elaborate imal perfecl . uicker.ian wood, The eaerri bee Farmers co ' Co=operative Society's: Stres;. -SOME OF ITS. POINTS 1; Boing purtable can ho placed whore over-you:liko 2:. Savos wood chopping. and carrying of coal. 3. The heat is under complen ite controls coo 4. You havo no big fire to attend to. IF.YOU LOVE YOUR. WIFE BUY HER A, OiL. COOKK STOVE;. LIYEiIPOOL, & LONDON. & GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY,. LTD:. ASB ElT S BS XOE j A11,!5s00,O;00. l ,I'.-NOES OT\i.LL OL ..S EFlrEcTD p DAw.AEiOTOOROPS BT I4ILN IOI. BIOEB.COVYERRD Monthly[ Market, SATURDAY, N 'EM1BER 9, 1912 LEY f JOH NSTON,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 November 1912
Scoven and Spurling, T cjtE CORNEýRi, w-oo o.s exA-Y Have litiided a ?iovly siock bof NEW BPRING GOODS. &lt;. SPhiiGi STJiTINGS ',om 42ae BOAAT TERS,1ktest ghttoes,5 6d'to 6s 6d: 1, & FASHION SHIRTS in 20 diff'ereit styles. $WEATERS to buttoli Close at neck. _is TENNIS 'SHIRTS for warm weatlher. TIES; SOCKS, BRACES, itid everything a man' Wtrants to wear at TI~E RIGH T PRICE.t 1,500 Ties att 9d., wortb 1s. and 1s 6d., to prove wre are TIE? TIE t K IN.G.S. The Racecourse Hotel. VW RIB ijIRST-OLASS Acconi odotion for Travellers and Visitors it this\Old j established Hotel, which is replete witli eivry convenience, and bhe stany facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Public wil~ be duly ippreciated. ihe chloice.t And slist bliilids of Wines, Ales Ciid Spiritsiso kept at this istablithiient. iisKiING AND SHOOTING?. $O GIE AND HORSES 'ON HIRE . . A. bi-ioi , ... - . roprietres. BRUNNIN0' -E?EDS7 LEAtiS THE WA nualiy, Purity and Germination. ioriflcuitur...
THE WYNDHAM RACECOURSE BILL PASSED BY BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 November 1912
Tisl WYNDHAM RACECO URSE BILL PASSED BY BOTH HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT. In the Legislative Assembly on Wed nosda.?, Oth instaut, iMr. tobertuon moved the second reading of the hill. lie said: 1 hopo if honorable niuSembls have had 'a gaud win o?t Fiastro they will give thls Bill rt good run to-night Mbr M'urray : Will you give its the straight tip for the next Wyndhaml races? Mr. itobertson : I will give honerably members some good W\rriboe tutlky, but '1 should not mentieot mun l u rbout that iln case it tligiht bo ta:otn as a bribe. Very little need be said about the Bill. 'The Wlituotam racecourse is one, of the oldest in Victoria. It was guzcttcd in 1l61. t'hrough an itl ads.,rtence the tr0 t ooeos nlla unO sc,"t tary did not tIawo tLhe l'ecutut.l: O ustablihiting their rights to s~:.v t trie,. isi coitSctlquOnc: o? tit..;,.. of tLo Lotteriu., Liutoutg :} Uetilu, Act, it 1UUU. Sub-se:ulln ,.? ci sucti.sr G6 of that Act -crovtdes u'...v I'loe number of licP.t',e for r..cu cdurses slto...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WEBRIBEE, THURSDAY, NOV 14. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 November 1912
Tile UWerr~t $Bire k a ntr. \.WE1ORlhiEi;. TUUls'U1)tA, NOV 14. Mr. W: Kendall, the selected candidate, in the Liberal interest, to. oppose the present Labor representative foL the Corio seat .in the Federal Parliament; will hiave to ex;rt himself to win the .sea.. Th' epresenst' ocupant of -.t' rlIn??cre?ce canv:.sselr, and his: opponent: will have to be, equally so. Mr. Kendall's chalr.d is i' good onie as most elsetors are gettinit tired of the Fisher Government, but he will have to be up and doing, ai;I should lose no time in making a start. The progranme of the Little River Boxing Day sports are now in circulation. Messrs. R. Hevey and. W. Carroll are joint hon. sees.. Pedestrians and cyclists who. intend. entering, should write to them for a.programme. The retirement, of Mr. Frank Agar from' the Werribee Shire Council. leaves, a. vacancy which will be .hard. to fill.. Mr. Agar was, an. excellent representative 'and; did:'much: to, advance not only the riding he represented, bu...
ARE WAGES BOARDS UNMIXED BLESSINGS? [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 November 1912
ARE WAGES BOARDS UNMIXED BLESSINGS? (By W. H. Renwick.) Have Wages Boards fulfilled and justi- fied the hopes they raised. The workters geuorally Ieoralded their advsoat in notes of praise and that praise was key ed lip andi hieanse ecstatic sihc u tile trend of decisions tnlowed almost uni formly in the dircotion of thie warkors in thia form of increase in wagos. llt thV joy esigosdered is destined to ie ashort-livod. T 'ose amongst the in telligent workers, who make some ofs fort to thisle out knotty econonic problems, realise with some chagrin, in iosw of recent happenoings, that the bopes raiced by the intrdosction of VWages Branrdls have coame perilously niear frustration. 'lise asages prodlesm is still sunsolved, as all wall-isformed men will freely, yet regretfully admit. T niot ihis disnillointsutoit an inov itahlo issue of the system of. raising ta'gos? 'lha .sworiers are not yet out sit " atint," and into tkhoi"Lani of Promiso"r; for 15 years they have so jossrsesd is ai s...
ALL PRECAUTIONS TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
ALL PREOAUTIONS 'rAKLN. •Mr. Murphy : wan iniutring: of, his friend, Mr. Dpolan, how.his wife wain feeling after the excitement:of the re cent wedding of their daughter. , "Bhe's well 'enough," replied the other, "exceptin' that she's grievin' over a pair of illigant uew kid gloves : that got lost, that evening. Shea' feelin'. hnd about thim, bit:Ot've' ad vertised in th' paper, an' Oi'ti thint" in' she'll get thim back agin befoor long. They cost Mrs. Doolan fotve shillin's I" "Ain't ye afraid .whoever. got. thim will he slow to answer.your ad.,?" inquired Mr; Murphy. * "Ah, sure, an' it's moesif knows : how to ilx that,"'returned. Mr. DIn Ian. "01 advertisod thim illigant gloves an an owld cotton pair, burst in' away, an' worth nobody's kapin.' "Old Tom" Morris, the fuatous golf . professional of St. AndrewH, was once shown the moon through a good iszed telencope. His only comment was : "Eb, she's terrible In' of hun kers I'f 134:
RATS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
RATS. At a theatre Juet recently a ,dg: ae ,advertisedtcl o play.on. a piamo' When the lime came for the dog to 7erform he got on a sent and began. laying. Suddenly a boy in the gal-" ery shouted "Rata I" 'upon which: he dog hounded "of the stage:. But theo piano kept on playing.
STORYETTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
STORYETTES. -4--+-- "My mother's awful generous," the New Boy said. "She knows' I hate to take my cod liver oil, so she gives me a penny each time I take it." "How olten do Sou take it 7" the Other Boy queried. "Three times a day." "Gee I" sighed the other, in hope less envy at such wealth. "'Three pence a day I How do you ever spend it all ?" "I don't. She takes care of it for me. And when there are enough pen nies to make a shilling, she---" "Hands it over to you 7" "No. She buys another bottle of cod liver oil."
(COPYRIGHT.) THE MILLIONAIRE'S LAST WILL. PART 10. CHAPTER XX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
(COPYRIGHT.) THE ti MILLIONAIRE'S &lt; LAST WILL. R ---t- tDy iledloy Richards, Author of "A Day of Reckoning," "Out of Darkness," etc. PART 10. CHAPTER XX.-(Continuede.) ,When the guests had departel. Hes therbadeo good-night to Mrs. Trevor, saying she felt rather tired, and Kathleen declared that she was go ing to bed, so they went up stairs arn in arm. "May I come in and have a chat with you 7" the latter inquired, as they paused at the door of Hesther's room. "Of course. How comfsortable tlis looks after"- and H-lesther slightly shudidered as she drew an easy-chair to the'fire, while Kathleen seated herself in a low one close to her. "Hesther can you ever forgive me having been the cause of you going to see Richard Fletcher. that night 7" she asked.-. "I have nothing to forgive. Really, Kathleen, it was to save you from falling into his power that 1 remain edi at Luddenfoot House, and through remaining I have learned to know and love John Rathnmore," IIcsther said, blush...
THE WISDOM OF JOHNNY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
THIE WISDOM OF JOHNNY. "Mamma," said Johnny, nm his pother was going to make a E'I, "it you will let me go Just this one timc, I won't nak for anything to .at." "All right," msaid the mother. "Get )our hat." Arrived at the house, Johnny, perched on the edge'of a big chair, became restless as savoury. odours ame .from the region of the kitchen. At last he blurted out: "There's a lot of pie and cake In this house." The admonishing face of his mo ther recnlled-his promise, and hbe add :'But what's that to .m 7"
THE LEATHER THRMS PUZZLED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
THE LEATHER THRMS PUlZZLED HIM. A West-End bookseller tells the fol lowing amusing story of a conversa tlon he held. with a well-to-do, but illiterate, client. "1 must have some books," the lat ter remarked, and went on to ex plain that he had found on empty library in a house which he had pur chased in Kensington. Iis only con dition was that the volumes should be handsome. The bookseller suggested that half should be bound in Russia and half in Morocco. "What on earth's to hinder you from having the lot hound in I.on don 7" was the unexpected rNsponao. "Why didn't you put my, luggage n here, as I told you to ?" thunder nI the irate paissenger to the grizzle iaired porter as the train moved out of the little railway station. "IEh, man," replied the other, pat onisingly, "yer luggage Is no' Bich i fule an yersel'. It wlis marked Ddinburgh. an' it's on its way there. re're in the wrnng train."'
WERRIBEE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
WVPuIRlI3 4iJl LE (LtCLUIB.. A patch betwon flie above and a.j teaug:fro4 Pyrt. Moblljibne. was : fli.d qn the local range on :?ourday. noid i isultod in a- wlin for, the vi"sl_ tor? ,by. nine points Portl MI'.t bourno, 4507; WYrriboe, 41?8. .The highest , scorers w.er:--.Port Mul- . bourpe - Stephens, Watt , and D,,. Lang, 47?, each. WV.errbeeo - L,. M',.Keow. B.. Mori?,i and , W. Hanis frd, 416 oach.. :.It thoeovening the vipitore weret entertained t linuner y. helocali club- ncdit:ft iviirds adjournqd .to.. .the "Meclan.ionp' iia tiitute whe re r. aeoii.oieveipng ;wee, h8d,. The., IMess e. O'Brieni wo ` awý,o astivo,, shois-.in the, EPrt itegon.nand who haie .alo a i, well, deorved repute-.. tion as nu~. tsiins?: coitributed.:: imusic for "t iiq dauces, and d.dyrlnrg. theo interval. siongs ,wer??:.re dereod by seoeral of.thed,i viitore.;,. Toere., ,wasa good attendange and'd?llpre-,. sepit: thoroughly enjoyedr thgpin,. Kqein introt" is-.be?ng: siown o .ii,, next; Stnr lay's .S lo...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
DENSLEY & JOHNSTONT14.EPORT At. Nowmarkot on. Turesoay l0osrs onloy and Johnsion sold-'-t Shoop Weothers-2050 crossbred an, comobaclk, W. T. Manifold, :'ortotlao' itide) 00. orossbred, 2 tooth, W. 'T; Pocklington, Womboota, N.S.W.l.to 16seil, avg, 1Gs 2l; 80 crossbred nd meino, IL. 8. Elliot, Calivil;, to lie lOd ;. ?, orosebted from Rockbank an t 11 id; &ncerino,. . Coulter,. Finlay, N.S,W., 21drssbred, G Jeonner, Kerang East, At16Os Od';. 2cross. bred, G. H. Sly,. Tatu?a, to 14s 7d; avg 188 4d ;. 1 merino. from. Kerang. Ewes.--118?etosobroed and comeback,. G;. Simons, Lalbert, to 11s 4d, avg 10s; 110, W. T.;lbMoubray,'YiVeribo ; 61. rossbred and merino,. J. J. 'Intyro,, Torrirk Terrickl Enst, to 8ls Gd ;. 01 mnorimo, G. 1. Leitch,, Iitlno's DJridgo ;.52, :o ssbred and comoback, Thomas Smith,.to. ls Gd, avg. 12s 1Cd; 44- crossbred. 2" tooth, W; T. Polkington,. Voutbootu,t 1.S. V,,0 . to lIs, avg 14s 11d; 18 croaerod, G. H Sly, .Toura,: to 10s:; 180 ciosseored: and -...
THE LATE MR. WILBUR WRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
HE LATE. MR. WILBUR. WRICHT. Iu aplpoaraneo, in, mode of spooch, nad; Ii, action?ir Wilbur, and Orvi1o Wright 'wore stroigly contrasted, rominding you. at overy torin that each haudl lust those .Uonlitied the other lokced, though both, liod. t'tremondbus resolution, modesty, end. solf-control.; 0O words Wilbur' right nwo over the most sparing of meno; but 11o. would express more of thel. yoot qf the matter ii a sentence than, most moan could convoy in- five mit ites! iolk. He was almost painfully shy5 but iout realised his strengtlh and his extra grdinary powers of. clear thinking and qlosc roasonlng whonqvor lie spoke. You m?ght style lim an iounensely intense man, yet one with the readiest snse. of, humioui; for ho and, his brother; always iogardod their jpint work as. ''great in " and wereor over rPeadJ to lagh at or • sit one another, for neover were frank-. er. critics of themseolves. During the last year or two, unfortunately, too mu?cl dl. Wilbur Wright'as time was taken up, ...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
GENERAL NEWS, . C"masteton, with playful santm; ",r hinds usathat civilieation s.alwahys hot omportd begiinning in ootradictiot nd occasionally, eanding in nose-pulling.. PLh't, is, as w understand it,,,in the iotasVrorical solso. Of late,: ni Legis ativo' Chambersand in loss pretonti, sus coonOei olotinbserso "civilioa-ios" of his description has oon. i nusuall in evidence. You expect tha t kim? of •hroat in an assombly of, divines, but it is unbecomineg in a National Porlian - eent or-. ssuburban juuior debating iocety ' lly it is. harmlcas as Ilellina in Francs re, e nearly. sa ridj. ulous. " None of tlotoo.. uosi-plloens ver. atteompts t a. fcnt. They are, us. ano critio. laugliae,gy remarks; ulnol wolllp in years, oit of ootlitioul, ni withl a'sopios of fatty. desgenseratios,. io that astruggler Wiuld .probably mean the summoning of. the. lmbulonco add bthe neldcrtate r. Tho th at tst if er. word, ought, nso?er to lh repeatedin MIelbourne. lt i op .. opf Sydsey's. bad. hnbits. ...
THE CALENDAR FOR WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912
THE. CALENDAR FOR .WEIcHTS AND MEASURES. In order to facilitato quick division of recipeos, commit to memrory or tack up over your kitchen table, tho folloaing| calandar for weights and moanlros. Knowing what eahll monsuremonnt. weighs helps mniuterilly in using rcoipes: Ono cupful i Ihaltf.a pint. One cupful of flour welghs four ouncen and measuroa sixteccn level tablospoons ifll. . no cupful of butter weighs eight.oqan | s nnd Is osixteen level tablespoonsful; Sugar is theo same noas butter. Ton mediumn-sized egga weigh a.pound' ;One toblespoonful is an.ounce uf com-| -non liquids. One level tablespoondul of flour I.s & luarter. O aho ounce. . " One toblespoorful.of sugar is Lulfr U. o unco. One tablospooufsl of. butter is.half no. qunco. " .Ono dossortspoon is a half tablospoon jul. .'our loval tonapousful oqual, one tpbletspoonful,