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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912

JOSEP:. ASHBY SADDLER a - . - HARNESS=1AKER STATION-ST.,. WERRIBEE,. A LL. kinds of rnes arnoe- and: Saddles, made to order: Largo assortment of Whipsi. Bridles;. Brushes,. Oils,. -General Saddlery, to,, kept air,'liandnat Melbourne prices.. Repairseoxecuted witht care and. despatch. Collars carfeully fitted.. Riding saddles masdo to.order on oxtras plated trees.. Iorsehair bought in any quantity;. WERRIBEE I TIMBER YARD. Neox Co.oporativo Store for Buildings,, Timber & Ironmongery. FARM' BUILDINGS A.SPECIALITY Jinker on hand for removing buillulgs & fodrhire,,vith.Jacks, oto,. WATERI WA TER! WATER 0N' WATER, NO PAY. Fob the Location'of 11nderground- wateor SI- GIBB01?OS lto hayi proved that it is possible to obtain afresb water stream close to salt water, !Qualitysof water defined. Small charge I. for prospecting. .BORING BY CONTRACT s TESTIMONIAIL.1 To Mr. H. GBIBIONS \Vorribeo, DeAnt Sut I, 1 have very muie pleasure in testifying to. your ab:lity i. .t.acing fresh...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO TIME FOR POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912

NO. TIME FOR. P.OIjTICB-" Dorothy. anrriod a young M.P.". (Tie is a moro lo.e-stdry)?" And didn't caro whether hg was, ah,mel A. Liberal or a Tory., Theoy halved the labors of life, and still. Are wise in a world of.folly; Wi'lle John is doarrying his little Bill,' Sho's nursing her little Molly I There always are tasks at home for her, And she will never, forgot 'o; . Jtohro are laws to be made at Wostmin - tor, And piesaot be made at StrCatham,. o; nmuch too busy to pout or shyut, I or other folks' work and placo, -le can' spare tn r for marching about Atnd smacking poliomon's. faueal ;ohn' party. is caroely-a.fount. of, fun,. Witlh its onvies nand. stifoaandtamo S.hates, }pt hers is mostly a.morry.ono,* That Molly gives to her pblaymatoes, 'And she fooeels, when sho's.working:tho good day througl, T lhat the" scolu tlhat sbo hsaois ploenty. J's oas noble to toil in the home1 fbr two. As to talk in the ouseo for'twntyl -A, St. J...A.

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. Fat Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912

PEARSON, IOWE, SMITH & 'O.'s REPORgI. Fat Sheep. 103 erossbrods, Rees Bros., Matholrn -wotbers to 17/8, averagingl 35/; ewes to" 15/3,. ~veroiging 13/9; 467- crossbred' w thers. ands owoe froiBMainlool; 8372 crossbred- owes, T. Richmoo d, Littlo Rirver to 11; 830 'erosabred and mori no, wotliciRn md ewoo, A. Daly, Mofo. king, in 1to 11 lton,.o. owesi, T. "E. fartoin, ullrke's Flat; 228 merinos. webhers ando owos P? Dollen herg;.Bacchus Mtarsh, to :13/; 224 cross bred. awes, John. Rly?so,- lDbluln, tt 12/1; 1097 orossbred'owes;,iM. T".. White Theo ill; 181 comn? back. and' merino wethers,. J. W. Trengiov'e and Co., Wonggs at.17/. and,14/6;169 crossln'ed ewes,. Jas. Iloaro,. onre-pln?k; 136 cropss?red wos,. Stoalair Bros., Arcn din, at 12/ dnd 10/; 128 rossbred. we theor and morino owes; E. A. _Twigg, Mlitisamo, to 11/3; 125 crossbreds, Ryan Brnos. Qsmoabntpotl--t eders at 10/, fuo 12/0 ; ewes, to 12/4; 122 crossbred oa:os,, losnae ewa, Charltnm; 117 cross breds.weteors, estat...

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MODERN GERMANY AND THE GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912

UIODERM. GERMANY AN TNE, CERMANS. Professor, ?nlutorborg. contributews. the 'North American Rteview" a c3 aracteristio essay on. 'Tho Germany. Tg. Germansealys -the . Pt?fseo,. ?ow, theiru. industrnl. properi ty (1) to, irugality.thrift, and l. hatred of, "w tp.;,l 2).to a..ntural spirito, enter preso an iabdrs dl'?o ist tdhs tious activity.: The German; ?ves.his. amusements -n his leisuro, hours and, :itsI he -happy. with. most naive pica ires. Butn he. knows that wrl~ is.. itprk', and that it should hbo dgn with, the best efforts of the whole.personal-. ity. But besides all these thiiggs, thL. I rofoussor poiita.out lhow rnucll-the Gr ieian owes to the fact that. lie thiksa. fi'st of, the cimmunity., and secondly oht ~the indiidual. 'or him the final alm is never. the t~dividual ; his aim is the life and pro &cess..f. tho commnsity, not as a miere sauinmatian of millions bof individuals, brut s.s an indtceudent unity. The' w, holo Gorman i.fa. is'controllcd ly tiens bliqf:...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912

F A the kind that will satisfy both parties Ousr Eoys'Suits wilt please te y because of their stylish appearunce, the inother bcsizse of their quality, and the fatheir beciase they uae reason- able in pri0e. S. -..TYZACKt0- o& CO. , ThThe Sitner." n ri ecatts of their?qu'ali-and the fathere bec.use t'hey: e .reas, - ble _.?.?. ric .. .. TheW erribee Farmners' Co-operative Society's Stores. ME F ITS OUT POINTS . . l eingporlablo can placed .whoreo oyr,.yph.k. 2. Saves wooid clioppiug and carryihg of coal S3 . The hat isunder complete control. 4.. Yoi.h?v o-.-bIg firO.to attond to.. SWillcook the miost .elaborate mneal perfectly ' . pRndi your itc n, a yS - .. »+ l -THE I &0 . LONDON: & GLOBE - -TTCI1TU T% CTI M PNYT 1 I .LT D cEO: 0SE" SCTOD, .j OO .OPI , - t : - -a- - .,' :AI ". TO4CII Monthly,_ Market. SATURDAY, DECE MBER 14, '12. DENSLEY & JOIINS'ON, W. . Dnsly.. John Jo ohnston. XTILL ofor by Public Auction in , ` . their yards oi.'tho aboiw' "dto'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912

-Scovell and Spurling, FTHE CORjNER: , Have landed a- oively stok :of NEW SPRING .G.OODS. SP1ING- SUITINGS from 4A2s. * __ ; BOATERS1, eilatehti shaes,.3s 6 to 6s' 6d.: 8t FASHION'SHIRTS in 20 differen tles.: . SWEATERS to button closeo at neck. a TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES, SOCJKS, BRACES,7.and ;bory thing ia man . wnts to wear at TIIE RIGHIlT PRXICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth is. and :s 6d., to prove we are THE TIE :KHINGS. The Racecourse Hotel. WERRIBEE. FIRST-CLASS Accomodation for Travellers and. Visitors at this Old j 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 choicest and best brands of Wines, Ales and Spirits are kept at this establishment. FISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON HIRE : LM. A. DIXON, BRUNNING'S SEEDS. LEADS THE WAY FOR ( 'Quality, Purity and Germination. Horticultural Sundries a Our Great Speciality---LUCERNE : WALL'S HOT...

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WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912

WERRIBEE ;TENNIS ,CLUB,.. A match wavs playe ngainst.; abhrist Churchi Oails l rob ? :Newport., on Saturday week. Tft rasult was; a win .for-:Worriboo by, 11 games.. Afternoon tea was kindly provmiied, by the ladies, and mniimbors and., ,iaitoras alike, all seemed to hav e,. had: a v, rys onjoyabllq afoternoon., Tho draw .and .handicaps for the,, mixed doubles. to . commence on, q0th inst., iesulted ps follow: . Miss McDonald ain d Mr. Lucas scr., .. Miss .Orrie atnd .Mr,. Tyzqsk, oye .3. MGe 30.. Miss O.,M'Aliea. atd.,Mr. Buxton, owu 3.t;hs, 10,,v. MIs. WValke r.antr1 t Mr. Junes, c.s. ttis. L. Be allih 'ail. M.V... Com-t_ belt owe 4-60tli. A, 1,V.; Mi:s. G..C.. Tr?u?p aid Mir. ... C'.Trop, o?v 15,,. SMei A. M'Doanuald, jun.'u,, ad Misa~p Tinklor, owe 5l6thts, 15,, v. Mliss, Itoberteonuand , Mi, Kendall, scr., ' Miss 5liAllece nod Mr.i Austin, oweob 3-6ths,..40, v. Miss glowin antd Mr;_ Hurst, owe 30. Miss ABowll. and .Mr:. V; Taylor,, rIecives 15, v.. Mips Grigg and Re.. L: Cocil,...

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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, NOV 21. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 November 1912

.- . THB. ( Irribe bShre. BannTr. W\EnRiRini THURSDAY, NOV' 21. A MvEIEIrTNC~, o$ ' tlje nemb;e> s; of the;, Werrjbeg riciiig.. club., is convened for Satuirday. .evening next, in the~mechanics' institute. As the course, can. nog, be used for horse racing. iurposes, there should be a large attendance so that something' definite can be 'yrived at for the. holdiig, of the initial meeting o$f the new club.. -In the, olden days the club was called the Wyndham racing club, but that club has disappeared, the Werribeeracing club taking: its place,. which should become one of the leading clubs in the Statf. being .so well situated,, and within less than an hour journey from the metropolis Some three years ago ,when the new club was formed, forty-six nembera planked down a sover eign each, and we incline to. the opinion th'at they and others, of a sporting.turn of. mind, should hank in twenty? shillings, each next Saturday3 evening. The amount to be gatmhered in to pro vide stakeg for a d...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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THE RIVER. ITS LIVING PERSONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

THE RIVER. ITS LIVING PNRSONALITY. A river, more than any other na tural feature of a country, has a per sonality of its own. Mountains can inspire it sense of personal heinll , trees set themselves in the mind an individuals; landmarks of trees or hills guard and beckon liue friends. But a river is a more living thin,: than treers or hills. A river itself can kill or make alive, a river can quicken to fertility or devastate and destroy. A river can bring wenitll to cities or seni oIut death to an enemy', rivers may he harriers or highwavys they may join or divide. Buit, above all, a river has the power of Inspiring personal affection. A river hlils movement and spirit, it has moods of quiet and haste, changes from violence to stillness it can lie sunny and sparkling, or dark and cruel ; it has a voice, and it can give the fullest knowledge of itself to the sense of touchle-a sense, indeed, of embrace rather than mere contact. A man may wade in It river, or swim in it and feel it fo...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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WERRIBEE RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

WVERRiIB3EE. RACINU G CLUB. The- annual. meeting of the aliove club, was held. on Satur day, evening; last,. Mr.. M. Wall,, T.P:;,intlie chair:. COREItSPONDENCE:. From.F.. W.. Coop, Numurkahl teadering. his resignation, as treasurer of the club, and wish ing: the..club success.-Resigna-. tion received, and letter of thanks to be forwarded to Mr. Coop for services rendered, on the motion of Mr. D. Hogan, seconded by Mr. Canny. From A. R, Robertson, M.L.A., stating that the.Bill for licensing the Werribee racecourse had passed . both houses of Parlia ment. -Mr P. Hickey moved, and Mr. .N..Newton seconded, that a.vote of thanks be tendered .the members.of. both.l.ouses of Plr-• liinient,% also. Mr. Ozainne;. M. H.R.,. and.Mr. Prendergast,. the leader of. the Opposition, for their. services..in. getting-. the Bill.through.. i Mr. . V. Austin;,, treasurer, stated the club had... £4i..to..its credit at the bank.. ELECTION OF COMMITTEE. Messrs. D. Canny,-J. Beanish,. iunr., :. Hickey, L. V...

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ECCLESIASTICAL FOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

ECCLESIASTICAL FOWLS Every domestic breed of poultry may be said to belong to one of two gret divisions-the Asiatic or the fMediterranean. Both, it is generally acknowledged, have originally descen ded from the Jungle Fowl, but they Irave gone on different roads, lnd have acquired different characteris tics. Tihe Asiatic breeds comprise those the fancier knows as "heavy" or "broody" birds. Many of the differ ent varieties have been manufactured in England, as, for example, the popular Buff Orphington, which is adnmittedly the outcome os cross breeding amongst several of the ori ginal Asiatic races. Others have come to England via America, and have, in course of years, ieen altered considerably. The main family characteristics, however, remain unchanged. Birds of this class are large, deep in the breast, aind eminently suited for table poul try. Most of them lay brown or tin ted shell eggs, and the worst that can be said against the birds is that they are apt to he lazy, and are in c...

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WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

At" the last meeting, o0. the Rvy4al. Agricultural. Society: the president took occasion to .wel come-back to the Council.. Mr. G. TT. Chirnside,. who .had just arrived from an extended., trip abroad. Mr.. Chiraside expressed. his thanks'. to. the president and Council for their hearty welcome to_,him, and said it gaxe him great. pleasure to be back once more ir Australia. He had done agood. deal of .travelling lately, and.now'felt that he could settle down and. give his best attention to the Society. During his ab sence from., Victoria he had visited.:many of. the leading shows in England- and Scotland, and thought that. the Melbourne Royal, compared favourably..with any of them;· He hadvwitnessed the working. of turnstiles at the various entrances . to - show grounds;_. and: f-voured :one in particular;: whereat, a. metal. .disc was exchanged..for the entrance money ;. this : disc . was... parted with as the. holder passed through .the turnstiles; . Under this system he considered...

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MRS. MALAPROP. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

"Yes, my dear," said Mrs. RAma. hotham, speaking of her invalid re atloll, "the jioor old gentl'nman has hnd it stroke of parenthesia, amrl the last time I saw him he was in a state of comma."

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METROPOLITAN FARM SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

flTROL'ULTTAN FAA1I. SUNDAY SOtIIOL'.ANNIVL BSAARY.ý The inoiv.ru.Y soI viLC Of. the ~otr'oPolitn t Furm. Uiion Snbbath School woere hItl! " !et Snoday .iii theahtll.. Alt'. J. G::' M[emhtJy, Ah~lA.i .prosidetl nt both eservices, The efternooll~iaddtcee, woe a-to-thg F1 -lh' tli- .' .hliject Iing "LThLC'" Lilro of Moses," and the evening: ,vnvwas for p?ri(ts, the subject being,. " Flomwn IThlience." iMr.. Meombry: naial that it was lthe duty of.fatherd'r andllnmthers to show' at. good' oXa ulnpla toltheii " children,,.atnd thal - exampl ., coupled withs the lessonsl4 loiirnidl in. the Sabbath! school-.. ,sioulid have attenldeney to.make than young; people grow up to be good?? imsen, andl women. The hall- wast. tilled at both survices,..und'the col." lections for the Sunday.. sorviceesl andl Monday evening constiLutedot.v rocord for this, suehol:-. Oin M ionday eveningi: thoe~nnnual'i dlistribution . took .place;,. the Rtev.:. .J. COrrio presiding. The rev.. Jothi-, McIltoslh,. \[.A....

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LIKED THE WATER BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

LIKED THE WATERII DETTER. "That's ai favourite str'eam for trout, friend," observed thiJ picaitor ial devotee to at sprig from the Emer Sald Isle, who wna whipping away at a wrll-known subscription pool. "Faith, an' it must Ite that, surllle enough-divil n one of 'em'll stir out of it."

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

A teamr from. tho o ulbourngo? Yards visitldj \Vurrihel onlt atutrdty:r wee, l.lst whn- they .werl easily:, dofeateid, tuolljnig up only 27. runlls,. ns gainlst- 1it compuled by tbeo.. home to:un. 1'. Dlior ewas -tho moat successfni bowler for \Vorrib- - bce, .capturing 7 i'vicets. for 14-" rins. Meusoes. WV. Combo, and L... Creod, with 28 and 24 runs to their' credit, both et,redl, A. Lovinge.. 1i, worn the principal .batsung for,. the horne. team. Lest Saturday the-i Reuters' tinm blors joulrnoyed to \Vorriboonndt snufreod a dc?feat, tohe scores- being : Reutera', 2G:; W.\Voriboo, .90 for. 6 ; wiclcots, of which Percy Taylor,. inoteont; mndo I30; A. Conmben, 1.9;r; W. Iurst, 14.. None of- the' otbor?"i got. into 'doublo figroes.- In. tthe bowling department Didier got, 4-L' nickeots for,2 'runs, ll urst 3-for 8,,. nnl Crood 1 for six. .

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EXCEPT ON ONE POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

EXCEPT ON ONE POINT. A shop assistant was showing some clocks to an Irishman, who wanted to present one to his wife on the an niversary of their marriage, and he had exlhasted his entire stock except some cuckoo clocks lying on a shelf. The Celt asked to see them, and the assistant took thlem down, thin" ing that at last he would make a snle. After telling Pat the price, the lat ter asked If they struck tile hours. Instead of answering directly, the as sistant wound tile timepiece up andl set tile handls at it few minites to twelve. As the little door opened Pat's eyes bulged with interest, ibut when tihe chirping ended lie plain'y showed ills disapproval.- The man hehlind tile coulnter, not to he daulnted, sanid : "Well, how do you like it 7" Pat thought for a moment, ' and thlen repllied earnestly : "Piatth, it's all roight except on one point, It's troullle enoullgh to remehmber. how to wind it withoult Iavin' to think of feedlln' the bird 1"

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HOW DIAMONDS ARE CUT. A WONDERFUL TRANSFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

HOW DIAMONDS ARE CUT. ---+-- A WONDERFUL TRANSFORMATION The diamonds when taken from the mine are generally crystals having I eight faces, though they occasionally i assume many other different forms. t But while this is the case, they are I always perfectly regular in form, and I are more or less allied to the cuhe. t Some of the crystals are almost spherical, having curved faces and I edges. But, in whatevel :hape the diamond may he found, it can easily he split into the form of an oetahe- 1 dron, and this fact is especially use- 1 ful to the diamond finisher. Should a it be In any other form than that of 1 an octahedron, or should it contain I a tnlw, however slight, it is first of all handed to the splitter, who care fully splits the crystal until it is perfectly true and free from all flaws. In order to split a diamond, the operator first Tif all embeds the gem in a soft cement composed of resin and brick dust, which holdls the gem securely, leaving ii small portion of its surf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

The Clothiig'oft Bbyg i alwayl a difficulty.- The Suit must not only please the boy but also satisfy his parents... We sell just 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, agd the father. because they are reason able in price.. TYZACK &! CO.,,? "The Ciorner." PERFECT COG(ERY WITH.OUT? . DRUDGERY €" -Y, " n only please th'oybit, lso'satisf his paets.. sell just I because of their qalt, .becaus they re reason "" WT]0UT? I, UIGE) The Werribee armers Co=operatiae Society's Stores. SOME OF ITS- POINTS. . 1.,. Being portablo can be placed where over you- hkb:: 2., Saves wood chopping and carrying of coal.. 3S The heat is under complete control., 4, Yobuhave no big fire to 1atte;nd to. 5- Will. cook the most olaborato nical porfectly.. Cheaper than- gas, licker- than. wood;, Clerer.e& better than coal, And your ickien is always cool IF YOU LOVE YOUR WIFE BUY HER A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 November 1912

Scovell and Spurling, . THE CORNER, 'Isv8, litaded lovelyly stbck :of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRING SUITINGS from 42se ;< ýOATfIRS"iateht. elopJes; 3s 6d tof 6ie 6d. d 'W S APL~ BOXERS 1 P'ASHItON SHIRiTS in 20: diffeidit stylee. SWEATEiRS td t6 1itb a toae at neel. S T-ENNIS SHIRTS' far sarni weather IE SOadS; RAdE, andd. eteryihing t thdd asdattt to Wear at THIE RIGIlT . PRIC'E. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth I.is, and is 6d., to6 pirove we are The Racecourse HotelL iEsOT-CLXs A coinodafoion for Tradeller and Visitbra iii this id established Ilotel, which' is repl'eto with every convenience? ah'?i the inany facilities offered' thereioi fol the dohifoitt of the Gedeiial 1 tbliid ill 66 duly appreoiated. The choicet abid aies braidsa of Wine; Aleiad E' piritd are ktpt atthlis duatablishniont. 1 SHIii'fl" A'it Si36OfiNfi. Bi-U'6(IE" Ai" i?6SEim? 6. HIREit'f M.- A. DIXON, Pr oprietresi. iEADs THE WAY FORi uality, IPurity and Germination. Horticultural Sundries - Oar' Great Speciality=...

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