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DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT At Newmarket on. Tuesday Messrs Densloy and Johnston sold :-Fnt sheop wothera : 237 crossbred, John Holschior, inn., Daylesford, Prottry Pine, N.S.W. to 15/ avg 18/11; 20 crossbred from Ilochoster at 10/3. -Ewes: 283 crossbred comeback and merino, Jas M'Donald and Sons Mtorrunt Park; 112 crossbred M.. Whinfiold, Lucerne Valo, Bamawn, to 15s; 99 crosobred, John IIolschier, jun. Daylosford. Protty I'ino, N.S.W., to 14s td. avg 13s 8d ; 87, crossbred and come. back from. Rochester, to 15s 4d; 84 crossbred and merino, S. Davies,. Ter • ick Terrick, to 11H; 80 merino, Mlrs. I-tstio, Oakbrildg,.Tatura; 1 crossbred, .as'. Gemmell, Kilmarnock, Telford, at 14s Od. Fat Lambs--18, Jas. Gemmoll,, Kilmarnock, Tolford, to.10s, avg. 13s 5d; 52, S. Davies, Torrick. Teriick, woolly, to Ills 7d, shorn, at 10s 8d;. 85 shorn,. Mrs. [lastio, Oakbridge, Tatura,. at Os 7d; 17 erom Rochester, ait 1ds 4d; 10 from lochester at 4s 4d; 10 from. Tnrganina, to 16s, avg.ils.10d...
HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
Talli .about ,it... SWrite.about it.. Help to beautify it..:' Buy. all you.can in it.. iRemember. that. by assisting;: tradespeople.you. help'the. place-:, along., SKeep your. money in the.place.. Sell all you can .and buy all. you can. at home.. The.. men, who have. invested' in stores,, work- shops and. Other. business. places . are building-up the town, s and. they should be suppprted..
(COPYRIGHT.) THE MILLIONAIRE'S LAST WILL. PART 12. CHAPTER XXV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
(C.OPYRIGHT.) -- T----- H VMILLIONAIRE'S 48 LAST WILL. . By Hedley Richards, Author of "A Day of Reckoning," "Out of Darkness," etc. PART 12. CHAPTER XXV.-(Continued.) The next afternoon Kathleen and 'Mrs. Trevor went on a shopping ex pedition into Saddlewood. But, Hea ther, who expected her lover, remain ed in the holme ; but she had not long to wait before Forbes announc ed Mr. Rathmore. "Isn't it all right 7" she asked, as she advanced to. meet him, noticing that he looked very grave. "'Yea. Hesther, it's all right, so far as you heing Mr. Fletcher's daughter is concerned. Mr. Grundy says there can be no doubt; but it means that I must give you up," he said, as he took her hand. But he did not offer to kiss her. "Give me up, John ! What do you mean 7" Heather asked, In . amaze D yo ihat it ivol d' he wrong? of me to marry you ? I am no match for Mr. Fletcher's heiress," he repl:ed. "Was Heather Barnes, a paid com panion,, any match for John Rath more, the lawyer ? Of course, she ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
ZJittle: Itirterx Ahtletic. SSports., - BOXINGo DAY: - THURSDAY,, DECEMBER 26;,'12: " OFFIRccenARORR :Pcesident, Mb.:. E.. p.. Watson ;. vice-presidents, Cr. WV. Shasds, Mr.. M'Donald; Committee, 'Messrs. I; Danaher, RI, Foley,. R. Low. Inan, Hi Riehmobd, A. Richuonil; J. W. dB1µll7: Ft:WatsonJ?yRynr--.-Dunn, 0: Lanbcaster; T. 13unting. A. Triinm, D,. ¢M'Naughton. M. Show and Y. Toohoy; randicppeors, Messrs. D. F. Watson and W. Tdolhoy." - TO START AT ONE O'CLOCK. - PROGRAMME: , Novico Wheol Raco, One fMile, lst £li ;2nd, 7/0. Ehtrance, 2/. Sheimeld Handicap, 180 yards, lst, .83; 2nd, 80/; 3rd, 10/. Nomination, 4/; acceptance, 1/. Open Wheel Race, Two liles, 1st, £2; 2nd, 10/. Entrance, 3/. Single Ladies' Race, 75 yards, Ist, 15/; 2nd, 7/6. Bulban Handicap, 100 yards, 1st, £2 ; 2nd, 10/, Entrance, 2/6. (Gift of Mr. CO Lancaster.) Slow? Bicycle Race, [(ppsa entry.) 200yards, st,: 10/ ;.2nd, /. Entre 440 Yards Handicap, lt, £2 10/: 2nd, 20/; 3rd 10/. Entrance, 4/. Married Men's Race. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
not only please the boy but also satisfy his parents.. We.selt 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. and the father because they are.reason-l. , ableinprice.. ' •. ? , TY ACK. &; CO., "TheCornor.". PERFECT C OKERY WITHOUT DRUDGERY. SOME OF ITS POINTS .. Bing:prale can placed where ever you; ike - . ¢ T ?--. .3,jtyiý •+aý ý ý ýa , 'a d lýýt ý . .... a S, The l ' Lis under cols 1yconIitrol I 1 4.. o liaveno big .. e to attidto. .ea.erF thae gas , Co dt yourra it'B en' is always d t mus the-kind-." tbat- willS" s?tisfyoboth- parties.. Our Boys', Suits w=ill S .please.the boy. beuse of theirstylish appearance,..othe mother :because of their qoality...ath o thelfathe..because-theyare.reason . I,"U LOVE YOUR ,WIFE BUY HER A: 0?COOK STO E.price.. IVERPOOL. &~ LONDON & GLOBE ISURANCE. CO.,.MPANY LTDheCorner." A S SET, s. EXe OEED, .£io oe 0 b ' .O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
Scovell d Spurling, TIE d oniER have fhoaii'dd t1i bvel 'stock bf NEW SPRING GOODS: ý, .: .it ITING . a'i_ CO ": B3O0ATERS, lajoe. shpe's,- 3s 6d ?.d, &s t a TNEWv SHAPE BOXERS: a., FASiION SHIRT'S in 2o diffreint styled. S SWEATERS to buttoroi, c6oe idt, neck. ,.' TPlJNIS SHIRTS 1br ivari N 6dither;. 'TIE,; S6RKS, BRACES, and ?+eryrhing a maei. ivitd, to we?dr at THE RIGHT Pti I"E. 1,505 Ties t 9d;, w6rth is: and 19 d.;., to provd we adt The Racecourse Hotel WýýtERELBEE. i~IRST-C LASS Accomodation for Travellers aind isito rs iti , S established I-Iotel; which is replo'te with every convOei'if? i; iint, the ointiy facilities otffered tiderein f6r tlie dmfort f ilte gOen&ilI Pdblic wvill 'il?o duly appireciated. Toie oeidet and hoet briidnd of Nines; Alis ard Spir isdid Isd t Riiii '6fstablishib ent: tiSHiNI AND SHOOTING: 17dI i AND i HRdEiS I1i5Ei ' .-- "Y " A: .. ? i ?-ko'; .... *, , ...... . ; '.. ... w ;L ... . . . . ... :.... - ai .ý 9 BRUNNING'.S SEED. LEADs 't...
WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
WERRIBEEN TENNIS: CLUB.: A match:was: played aginst a team. from, Murrumbeena:. on Saturday,.23rdiult., .resulting.. in a. win.. for the: visitors.., by- 38. giumes.,to .22..: Some very good tennis was.played:and all seemed to have, spent an enjoyable after hoon.. A_ pavilion: is, to be erected' at the: local courts shortly,,in::which:,provision .vill be made 'for. a. shower., 'bath., ,This has,.been:a. long felt '.want and will- undoubtedly,; be' greatly: appreciated.\ The? Association matches start on .Saturday,.; 7th inst.,, when, Little. River iwill: meet: Werribee' A: on: the local courts,' and .Werribee. B. go, to tho. Metropolitan i Farm?: to try, conclusions with .that:club.,. The following, members: have, been cihosen; to.± play' Werribee-A:- Mrs.: R.. Walker,', Misses. Cirrie;. M'Aliecee and' M'Donald,: andc MViessrs,; Calder, R; Walker,-,ken dall and Chittock.,. Emergencies: Misses. Robertsonra and Tinkler,. Rev.,. J.I. Currie,. and' W7.Baker: Werribee B-Misses: O'Brien,....
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, DEC. 5 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
THE W erribe~ $bir:. Banner. WEIlRIBE1E , I 'FU.RSDAY, DEC. i There will he ,no issue of'" The Banner". dring Christmas week. Advertisers rlease note.. * The-: crops throughout- the Cressy:district are looking: well: MrV- W.`1V'Merray has, 300... acres of oats~,,w.hebt and barley :which will: run:about:. 2. tonss to. the acre.. It is-siated to.be :one. of the best :'crops in: the Western District.-. " r?i'- Martin; Hickey another: one time. resident. of Werribeei ?io of, Lismoie,. will also.. reap.. Aprofitable.. harvest from his?oldi g.;, The.i ittle %iver: people-, will hold their ann Tsports gather= ing on Bocing Day.. The entries for, the princiýl events. close, on Thursday nex. Handicaps, will appear.in ." T Banner"' on the following,Thu day.. The. notice .-motion for- an extra.rate.of "t ee pence to de fray ,cost of fi lamps for. Wer iib.ee was with awn at the. last council.nmetin . It was decidqd to bidea wee. the purpose- of installing,elect c.lights.:.' District foarm s sho...
WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1912. Present -- Cr. Beamish (President) and Crs. Canny, McMurray, Shaw, &nbsp; Johnson, Bayley, Comben, Volant, Sexton, Robinson, Browne and &nbsp; Troup. CORRESPONDENCE. From John F. Agar, resigning his position as a councillor for the North Riding. --Vote of thanks passed to ex-Cr. Agar for his past services. From Railways Department, re reduction of railway freight on road metal for road making pur- &nbsp; &nbsp; poses that the matter will be &nbsp; brought before the Cabinet. From Sergeant Smelcher, re &nbsp; &nbsp; blasting on Miller's Road, that he has arranged to take steps to pre- vent it. --Received. From Public Health Department, in reference to insanitary con- ditions on the Queensville-estate, &nbsp; &nbsp; and asking to be informed what action, if any, has been taken, in connexion with the matter. --Re- ceiv...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 December 1912
From M. Carroll, Little River, asking for permission to put in pipe from the main to his yard. -- Cr. Shaw moved that application be granted and that an annual charge of £2 be made, and that it must not interfere with present water supply. From Shire of Numurkah, asking Council to oppose bill before the Legislative Council which excludes the provision whereby ratepayers whose rates are not paid by June 10th, shall be disfranchised. - To be supported by Council on the motion of Cr. McMurray, seconded by Cr. Canny. From R. Cations, stating that owing to illness in his family that he was unable to pay for atten- dance on his children in the In- fectious Diseases Hospital. - Held over. From R. C. Bunce, hon. sec. Werribee tennis club, stating that the club were prepared to pay £10 this season and the balance next season for a shelter shed. Cost of erection of shed not to exceed £20. Cr. Shaw moved that the applica- tion be granted. Seconded by Cr. Shaw. THE LIGHTING OF WERRIBEE. Crs. Be...
WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 December 1912
WERRIBEE TENNIS 'CLUB: Owing to the inclemency of the weather the association matches had to be postponed on Saturday. till some future date. A -match will be played against- the Cen tral -Club at Williamstown on Saturday, 14th inst., when. the following ladies and gentlemen have beeen chosen to uphold the honor of the local club. Misses Currie, Gregg, M'Aliece :and M'Donald. Rev. L. Cecil, .Messrs. Austin, Calder and .Hurst. Emergencies, Misses L. Gregg and Rowan, and Messrs Baker and Bolwell. Train leaves Werribee at 1.34 p.m.
Copyright HIS FATAL MARRIAGE. OR, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. CHAPTER I. WANTED BY THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 December 1912
Oopyrighta --x I- FATAL MARRIAGE, ----- OR,--- THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. By MAUIRICE SCOTT, Author of "Broken Bonds," "Tracked by Fate,' "The Pride of the Morays," etc. CHAPTER I. WANTED BY, THE POLICE. "You cannot be serious, Adeline ?" "I am, Guy, absolutely." "Then-then you no longer love" The man's voice trembled with a note of pain, which only seemed produc Live of increased irritation in the mind of the woman to whom he ipoke, and who interrupted aim with a ges turo of impatience. "Love is an expensive luxury, my ,car Guy. One, too, in which no man has the right to indulge, unless the balance lying at his banker's jus tifies the extravagance. Love is like :redit, with such impecunious souls as ourselves ; when too freely drawn upon, one's emotions become as un responsive as one's tradesmen." "And yet you can scsrccl accuse '?? tivo. drain on "o- l OOrs:'In- mya favour." saic i ,'r"Guy"Winstanley, with a toi?ch of bit tar hopelessness in his tone and bear- I Ing. 3 "Fortunat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 December 1912
Little -Rirer. Athletic Sports. - BOXING. DAY - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, '12. OrFFcew-n.nnmns:-President, I.[r. E. P. Watsoan; vice.prcaidents, ' Cr. W. Shaw}M Clr:. iDd R Donauld; onoomittie, MIesorsn M. bid?alor-R,lJledy, RI:" Lvdw: man,,H. Richeiondi A. Richminond, J. W. Ball, D. F. Watson, J. Ryan, T. Dunn, C. Lancaster, T. Bunting. A. Trim-n, D. M'Naughton. H. Shaw and W. Toohey; Handicappera, Messrs. D. F. Watson and W. Toohey, - TO START AT ONE O'CLOCK. - PROGRAMME: Novice Whiel Race, Ode Mile, Ist £1 ( 2nd,'7/6. Entrance, 2/. Sheffield Handicap, 180 yards, let, £8; 2nd, 80/; 3rd, 10/. Nomination, 4/; acceptance, 1/. Open Wheol Race. Two Miles, let, £2; 2nd, 10/. Entrance, 8/. Single Ladies' 'Race, 75 yards, lest, 15/ ; 2nd, 7/6. Bulban Handicap, 100 yards, 1st, £2; 2nd, 10/, Entrance, "2/0. :Gift of Mr: O. Lancaster.) Slow Bicycle Race, (post entry.) 200 yards, 1st, 10/ ; 2nd, 5/. Entrance 1/. 440 Yards Handicap, lest, £2 10/: 2nd, 20/; 3rd 10/. Entrance,4/. Mlarried Men's Rac...
AUSTRALIA'S UNDERGROUND RESERVOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 December 1912
AUSTRALIA'S UNDERGROUND RESERVOIRS. Some weeks back representatives tfrom the differehnt States of Aus tralia mot in Sydney, to confer on 'the subject of the Artesian Water (Supplies of Australia. One of the aresults of this, conference is that MIr. T. K. Dow has written tor ," Life" magazine an up-to-date article on the subject. By means of a sketch. map he shows the enormous underground reservoirs of the COormonwealth as far as they have been explored, and'bhow they are distributed, and his ex pilaiation, ticcompanied by nime rous photographs of how the foundations of the deep are tapped, is extremely interesting. For those who love outdoor sport the description by George Herman, who is one of the most expert anglers in Austrailia, of "a fight, with a schnapper," will be a .rdeat The story is illustrated with draw-. ings by Ohas. Nuttall, Dr. Fitchett, in addition to his always racy and informative com monts .,on the .".History of the World," tells in this issue of '.Life' the. th...
A LITERARY SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 December 1912
A LITERARY SENSATION. Hes.waii a budding noveliist, wasR Meredith Van cek. (I know he was a genius-he- never washed his neck.) Hs' halr was lo anudl tangled, and his elothes were out of date ; he never. wore a collar-now you I know Van Eck was great. lie wrote a stirring novel of mil lioneu words or mor?. 'Twas full of love and villainy and suicides galore: H-e hawkel it round the publileors, this masterpiece so rare, but, much - to his disgust, he couldn't place it anywhere. . So ruin stared him in the face, un til one morn his wife exclaimed, "I've sold your mnanuscript." He crledl, "You've saved my life. Who's' bought -. it, darling ,Tell me, qulllk I" 1-IHs nife gave o groan. -"'ve sold it to the hbtcher, at eightdenpenee a stone."
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 December 1912
DENSLEY & JOEN.STON'S 1CL'PORT At Newvmarket on Tueslday Messrs. Dens ley and Johnson sold:-Fat sheep-wethers -296 crossbred, comeback and merino, W `T. Armstrong and Sons, CGlcnlec; 8 crossbred from Turrtmbarry at 15s 3d ; 31 crossbred, Thos Smith, Lalbert : 20 merino Isaac Robinson, Meiton ;.16 crossbred, 2 tooths, from Lalbert; "12 crossbred and comeback, J. M'Cabe, Meatian to 15. 9d4;' 2 crossbredand merino, H: Chambers, Lal bert, to 13s 5d avg 12s; I comeback. F. Cowper, Cowper's Bag, Lake Rowan ; I crossbred, A Holschier, Tatalia, via Moama NS.w, at 15s 9d. Ewes: 152 crossbred comeback and merino. P. M'Intyre, Pine Grove' East, to 3s5; z48 crossbred and comeback, A. Holschier, Tatalia, via Moama N.S.XV., to 15s Id; avg 13s 3j ; 133 cross bred, A. Alexander, Lalbcrt, to 17s 3d avg 13s ld : 99 crossbred anhd 'meino, Isaac Robinson, Mellon, to 5s rd : 64 comeback, and.mertno, I. Chambers, Lalbert to Irs 7d:: 6o 9robred,, P. Laughbman, Lalbert, At 14s Iod: 23 crossbred and...
AT THE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 December 1912
AT THE CIaUR. TPhey were diananising the obnervance of Lent at one of the clubs recently. Several members were fasting strict ly, others had given up amhuements and. various other things. A stoult man, eating a big steak at a t.hle near by, broke into the con vernation. "Talk of giving up things in Lent," he exelnimned. "I've given up morn than any of you fellows to-day. I've given up money-nearly all the money I had on ,me-fite pounds." "Why Hlow do you mean 7" asked the surprised group. "It was lent I" he explained, and fell again upon hls steak.
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 December 1912
PEhASON, ?OWE, SIITH & . CO.'S RIEPORI,. Messrs. Pearson, Rowo, Smith and Co. sold-848 crossbred ewes; It. H. Grcaves, Gannon's, to 15/3, averaging 14/8; 345 crossbred and merino owes, W. H. Livingston, Ultima; 325 oross bred and merino wethers, Digger's Rest tb 16/7; 305 crossbred owes,' J. G. Icar, Airlie, Canary Island, .to 17/; 224 crossbred wethors, Scott Bros., Echuca; 213 crossbred and merino woe thers and ewes, RIt. J. Baldry, Hon dembok, to 1418; .174crossbred wethcrs and awes, - Ellis, Quambatook, to 16/; 171 comeback and merino wethers, T. J. Ryan, Willowmavin,.to 1.1/1; 170 comeback ewes, G. Burnside, Deer Park; 163 crossbred wethors and me rino oewes, J. Kerr, Beau Park, to 17/9; 124 crossbred nid morino vweth ra and owesO G4 Hiidseon, Noewlando; .to'10J e'120 erossbred'wsdtb'ers 3t1 stns High 6amp, at 14/7; 116 merino we tliers, Jas. Cable, Boort, at 19/10; 113 crossbred wethers, merino owes and 2 tooths, D. Hayes,; Glenarona, to 14/1; 122 crossbred 'wethers, C...