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LINKING UP MUNICIPALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 26 October 1911

LINKING UP MUNICIPALITIES. The recent discussions on the sub ject of a greator Melbourne, of com missions to control different public uti lities have had their uses if only to di rect tle inoro earnest attention of the people to tlhe whole quostion of local self government. If by a little more thought the peoplo can evolvo a plan on which the many agencies whiclh consti tute local government can be adminis toroed more cheaply than at present, the more the problem is disoussed the better for the conmmunity. As far as the ,municipal districts west of the Salt water Itiver are concerned the ques tion to ho considered is whether anal gamatino witlh Melbourne will serve them well or whether a closer combina tion of local governing forces would enable them to work out their destinic:, to greatest advantage. If for argument cake Footscray, Williamstown nd half lra vbrook and Werribee Shires woer to w'iaf themselves'into one largo corpora tion would dint larger self-centred cor poratdioi il...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, OCT. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 26 October 1911

Werribet Sbire Ba4nner. WERtBETBE, THURSDAY,:OOT. 2o. All oeroepondenceo' "for' llil Journel should be In -ho office beforo 1 orclock on Wednesdy!.s. Adveriluomont, rec.lved up till o p.m. on Wedneasdy's. .i I A. coffee social will, . be hold in the State school, TarnoiL. on the 9th. Novembor. Proceeds in id of irmprovements to the school ground. As Tarnnoi. has not hitherto' mado a canll on resldenoute for their patronage towards any local want, we have no 'doubt that Werribee and other ad. jaceni places will be vwoll represen tivo in tliescliool room on the even ing: montioned.- . . , The balance-sheet o Ltheo Colonial Bank of Australasia, Limited, which his Ieen published, slows that the I ank has had si very suncctsful hIalf yeo;ar. ''btp net Ipr'olils, amlountingl to £25,G625, aro the highest on recordl, and are £111 more tthlu tIlh tli lltrea of -itwelvoe. onths ago.. Tlhe.dlivi-. uend at the. rate of 7 per c.nt per! annum is paid on botti po"fetionco anl ordinary sh"ttes. £10...

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THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 26 October 1911

THE TRANSCONTINENTAL S RAILWAY. In the Fedoral.Prliament durnis a 'discussioi on. theo above proposedSlo-e Mr. Ozanno said the honorable o"em her for Brisbane is indignant at the proposal that we should ask Western Australia and South Australia to transfer- to the Commonwealth certain lands along the line of railwa y in order to recoup us the cost of con, struction. It lhas always been s.lflicult for meo to understand why, in the years Sgone by, the two States eoncerssed dids not undertake this workli'or them selves, seeing that the Eastern States have spent millions in building their own trunk lines. Tlhe construction of o this railway will enhance the value of land inl the immediate vicinity, and must lead to a largely increased popu lation in thle two States.By way of emphasizing tile Intter poir?t I would romind the committee that 1854, whoa the railway mileange of America wms only 10,750, that country had a popu lation of 21,000,000 whiereas to-day it has a railway n:ileago of ...

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BOBBY'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 26 October 1911

i01 Y"6 OPINION. ,r A n?n ?kdloted to walking in hIa slee went to bod all right one nigt, but when he woke he found himer{ in ?he street in the greop of a policeanM . SIlld on -4,old oni'" ho nced, "You mustn't arostt me, I'm a sonomombulliot." To whioh tho poiUoomnu repli&Ml "I dont ocare whet yor relhgion La ; you eaa't walk the iteeto in your niglrh ',t"

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ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 26 October 1911

"IOA D RAC E. A ten mile road race,, nndenthe-l auspicese of thie Verriboe .cycling: clubs was held la,t Saturday on thel r lMelbourne road over a course etart- ill'lrom. thie slhie hiell 2s miles : down, and back twice. There ware'o 12slarter&s Theofollowifg oflicia?ued Me sss \V. EdwardS, Ternes,.Tyzick,. Fislier, ad A, G?ant. The. weat-her ns delighbtfully fine and. the roads. TI'King,; G6muin (3045) ....... 2. •L Sly, 5min. (29 10). ' ... Peicy Wills. t3.s5min (27.40), fastest. unplacsd. TroLihiea for teile aiboe;rarce were" pitesnted by Meas s. W; Eivwards. ({iipesuehn?t).,. Wil I and 'I. Fiisher.,. Progranutes of New Year'sm Day sports. will be in circulation shortly.:

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PREFERENTIAL VOTING. I. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 26 October 1911

PREFERENTIAL VOTING. It is an axiom of theo onstitutional authorities that-The Voice of the'Peo" loeis the basis'of the Law. 'In a free lemocraey the .peoplo themselves make ehe laws under whloh they are govern. ,d. And this they do by the-election :t chosen representatives to Parlia· Ineot under an electoral system. .This hurthor: it is a rule of icoponsible Ito. presentative Governmet that the "will if the majority of citizens voting at an lectione shallprevail" ; and the laws hall be shaped prinarily to embody Ilat will, though with "a due regard o the rights and interests of the min irst is a simple fundamental prin ,iple. HFlow is it effectuated P How ao we arrive at the 'lwill of the major ty " What is the machinery in ope 'ation for the purpose? Is it effective? if it is not effective, wherein is it de loeent, and what is the remedyP To every adult, male and female, we live a vote; and we have to lament ;hat seldom more than fO'per cent. of enrolled electors exercise that pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 26 October 1911

Scovell and Spurling T1E CORNER, Have. landed a lovoy 'stock of NEW SPRINGL, GOODS:. -: "SPRING 'SUITINGS from 425s. BOATERS, latest shapes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d. " NEW SHAPE BOXERS. •;" & FASHION SHIRTS'in 20 different styles. iS SWEATERS to button close at neck. S TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES; SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear at THIE RIGHT PRICE. - 1,500 Ties at 9d.,- worth is. and is 6d., to prove we are. THE TIE KINGS. THE RACECOURSE HOTEL (WERRIBEE. ) 11IRST-CLASS Accomodat'ion for Travellers and Visitors at this Old itl established Hotel, which is replete with every convenience, and, the many facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Public will ie duly appreciated. - The choice.t and best brands of Wines, Ales and Spirits are kept at this establishment. 'ISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON HIRE. M. A. DIXON, Proprietress. ^j.3tO C Q 1VI1 E R;C I A. _ ' O T E JJ B EGS to .iforni the pnbllc generally that she has taken the above...

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VALUE OF GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 26 October 1911

VALUE OF GRIT. There. s nothing more important in the management of poultry' than see ing that the birds are supplied with a- proper amount. of., suitable grit.' Grit, hard mand .sharp, Ies-esential to digesttlthe :tood 'given it,; aid':: thus -.` prosper, than icano.a;man'.ive.,and_ dn:. his Work without.means of, mastica tion. Therefore, let the grit given to fowls be hard, sharp and clean.

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POULTRY. POULTRY JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 26 October 1911

POULTRY. POULTRY JOTTINGS. .It Is the healhy hoen that Is always . hungry. , , . ' -.- ' .. --. , Never wash the eggs' intended for ? : hatchIng. t. .: . s"= .-The foundation of siiccess'. is bascd;" upo? hardy parent stock..? Never.; feed more thao your bIrds 'wlllsqulckly-eat-up`.;clean:-," ' Overcrowding will -bring on ilseid ; '? about as quIckly as anythirng.^'"' ' Water-washed :gravm1 Is not grit; tyou =?ant hard, sharp material for hen teeth.- . henthrightred 'combs are a suro sign of health in fowls. Shun a hed' with a pale,' drooping comb. Deal sparingly with condition pow 'ders. They will not help .a hen to make something out of nothing. Better pay' a pound for 1 one hen that will -lay -eggs than a pound for five hens that do nothing :but eat their heads of. Kieep hens that lay and those that do not In' separate houses as far as possible. 'They need different feed ing, and this Is what you cannot give them if they are running in-theb same " house. A hen that is In poor fle...

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THE PRELIMINARY CANTER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

TILE PREIMINARY CANTER. An old lady near Ialifax called at a' farmhouse one day, just cr the family were bitting down to tea. She wae invited to take olff her honnet and join them. "Nay," he naid, ' I have no time ; bob I don't mind heviny a cup e tea n' a bits o' cake." Shn wu uyppled with tHeM, and, iniek piece" jut to get th' tea mdean." Thi performance wa repeated until ahae had beena helped to seven cups of tea and eight piecre of cake, then, looking around eoopl eently. she said: Well, Ab think, alter all, Ah:ll tak &.bsasct e aced ge4 wce tea eight.'"

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REST. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

Ismsr. Tc rest ourselves a bit. Worrya?-- ve your hand to it--' 1ss your finger tips and asile It farewell a little while. Weary of the wary way We have comne from yrlterday. o, us fret. not, irlstelad, Of the weary way ahead. Loo?a all troubleta-ain release, Jonguor and exceeding peace. Crulsing idly o'er the vat. Calm 'mld ocean of the past. .et a, rest ourselves a bit, Worry?.-ave your hand to it Kics your finger tipe and smile It farewell a little while. S --James lVntoombe Riley.

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COPYRIGHT. COLONEL THORN DYKE'S SECRET PART 14. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

COPYTIGHIT. COLONEL THORN DYKE'S SECRET, BY C. A. HENTY, Author of "Dorothy's Double," "A Hidden Foe,"~&c. &c. PART 14. ' I1 love you, dear. I love you with all my heart. Do you love me ?' Then she looked up and rose to her feet, and placed both hands upon his shoulders. 'As you love me, so I love you, Mark.' After that, conversation languished till IMrs. Cunningham came into the room, five minutes later. 'VWe have conime to the conclusion, Mrs. Cunningham,' he said, ' that there will be no necessity for the visit to Blath. Millicent is otherwise provided for; she has promised to be my wife.' 'I am glad, Mnark, glad indeeo ;' and she took Millicent in her arms and kissed her tenderly. ' have all all ng hoped for it, but I began to be afraid that you were both such obstinate young people that it would never come about. I know that your faliher wished it, ,Mark, an hlie told me that hisl brother had said that it would be a good arran gement if some day you should come ...

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THE FATE OF GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

THE FATE OF GENIUS. homer woe a beggar: Planutai turned a mill ; Terence was a slave : Boethirm died m gaol; Paul Blorghee had fourteen tradae. ind yet starved with themn all ; Taesa was often dieltesed for a few shilling ; Ben tivolio won refused adeittane int a. hbee otnl he had himeelf erecte.d : Cerante died of hbnger ; urnoena. the elebrtled writer of the Loiad, died in an anaebousee: and Vnaugel left his body to the mergeomn to pa-y bs debtb, as fanr o it would go. In England Bacon lived a life of meean ,ere and distress Fir Welter Ihleigh died en the eraltold Speeme--a e r- ihaoeh Spenser-died foreakee and in want ; and the de?th of Collins Came tIhrJough neele. hlnt casning mental derangement; M?lto meld his ?nOpyriget of "P1"nnaie Loet" fan £15, and finlteed im lifeo in oscurity Dryden lived in poverty and diatrss tbweey died nrin?hen and trme h hum grR: Lee died in he sreen t: etete lived life of pefect warfare with ltelitf: Golenitih's n Vicar of Wakefeld" wr sold for a t...

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Sharp but Honourable. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

Sharp but Honourable. Soooo: Managers oflico of hogg trading storoe. Co-norocl travollor In oonverstioo witho mogrand winbing to mahk him a preot,. "Oh Mr. Brown, here Ia box of oigsar if ou would bo kind enough toamcept them. manager: "]Pardon m, Iam an hoounr able man, and would aorn to aooept bribe." Traveller: "I amveryorroy, but wl1 you boy then P Givo me a hillingfor them." Monager: "Um, I,might do that (feeal fora shilling)l, but I havo nothing let than a two-shilling pieeo." Travellor (who wid?es to make him have them for nothing): "And IhavenoohmaSg." Manager: " Wil, 'll ltell you what you canda. Yon ca tano the two hiuiaga an4 bring me another box of cigars" Total oellnna of txtlotor

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NOTES ON THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

NOTES ON THE"SHOW.' TLo. Werribee showeis liow a'.tlhitg of the past- and on all sidesone oann helar expressions of satisfaction at the man nwr in whichl tie arrangements were carried out by thie committee, headed by; the secretary, who has receive:l sutiy complimentary letters froi: ex iibi torns, and fromn those cornected awith other societies. We have had a glance over' onme of tie letters received 'by Mr. 'Ty:ack, and pitblish l one of the misibher:from the secretary of the Royal Agrioultural Scciety: "The Secretary, Agricultural Society, Werribee, Dear Sir,--Please coievoy to your President and the. members of 3our.sincommittee not only my.. belit thanks for the coirtesies extended: to mie, but also amy heartiest congratula tions uijonm the success of your admir ably-oasnagesd little show. I do not minddonfossing that I expected to finl iyour'Ssiow abous t ois-tenth of heo size anld j)portascee that it has atnaitngd lin tile few short years of its existeince, and sly surprise w...

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PREFERENTIAL VOTING (II) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

We emacy perhaps use a homelyoex amrp:e to enforce the preciso operation 'oi Compulsory' Preference. - At this season of tie year most Aus frallians have? pleasurable irnticipationa of our aarual Rtacing Saturnalia. T'hey scan- the: list of "'candidates" fori the Melbourne Cup. They know something of theo "performninces'-" of the lhorsos eontered for' the big eent. IThey diso cuss thosc" -'performancs" - and tile relative merits of tho'ehorses. And nit a few citizens will be found al rartdy "picking'" the--likeliest 1, 2 3, and 4 to pass the judge's' boa on. bup Day. Now, that is very mucl' the same process they, as State Assembly elect ors are reqair?d t '-do witlh. resicDpect to the "calndidates" for' Parliamentary bolnors. - .... . There may he two, three, ..four, or any inumober of-.naspirants-for .your con stil.toncy. Yiru ore asidocl to consider their "pcrforriraoceso 'their claims upon yiotir supplort, thiLY i'reafcreicecin choice you rwoid give them: Andlwheon 3yo0 go. to . ...

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WERRIBEE METHODIST CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

WERRIBEE METHODIST CHURCH: l ANNIVERSA1Y SERVIOES. The anniversary servieas of the Wer rlbee Methodist . Snndap, School were holdeon Saturday, October.2aind, wheo the'lrv. J. IRogers', of Gdeldiiiag iircach edl to large congregations'i fitle snore ing, afternoon and evening. The sing ing of the childrei, hcolnuctbd~iby Mr. A.. Brrie, was roally good . and . w;a groetly. enjoyed by 'tlie cangrcgations Mtr.IlRogers was especiially good, in thr afternoon., in his addrosas:tdo theoChild. .ren'owhen hlie held their a.tptntion al' the tile lie was speaking to them. A publio meeting was hold- oti'lie follow. tig evolening i tho Chi?eh lwhen .the cildren gave ai programme of sonegs recittioins, dialogiues oefd,, "whi h war groneatly .enjoyid by all,,.oesgoiallv the parents, whliov er delilghti witli thi way Miss Currie lied traiis nlll taughtl tlhei the various itels'ilhnny were en gaged inl. Mlins.Ciurrio ?an most InAir. tily e ongratulated on thelgreat oue ,cosiof olr efforts, airlhrle wa...

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LAVERTON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

S'LAVERTON DISTRICT. al ri 'FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.]' It " lit 'P W itili'on, "heaul 'fit?lii?rhr rel:,'nloalc s1 1to school,. hlts hen " )llttuIp to Rttenld in hli dulieas fo nun iu'w pisttc aoiig to 'nit al.ac nft, ipplenlicitis. His' dulios: nar ri hoing oarried out by MissoDavis :eo i Kew. t. A 5 rniaiod wvo iter Iortird A lit?oli ownVlinI nd oCCupied' by' MIr. 'tilf? ph: O!'irnIt ivit hl it c ot s:wa conplcoltly dest!rnyod by fiir at, an p eii 'V Ihoir Monday i net, The ''o t- T b'lt'ek,is' tho'ughlt, was causell bty" a 'bsaile, failing. rvoin tlhe fireplace, h dtluring LI lorn potryl III, aPoenc.o Mri Ori;tiip. .A strong, wind wnis blow' ing nnd in ashort' timo i lthi flanmehiil ruenaod at l im:hoold of;tlhe buildinpg. ;^ It Its thaIn lialfa ..t honer thie houlse f " " llirnt to rho" g.?roni id." . h . Oiiiiipt t annt chiill whlo tworo neoitl I at thle:tine ofl the lo.tbllrel', hadit as uenr.ow: , esap{;l Phu. hI)eou nnll fiiltriiiio were otly partly' coveredI iiy hishizitdci ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

iBeg to announ;th aL.th eir Spriig:( Gnde are~ w " _ EVERYTHING OF .THe YERYER hTEST. - GXTHEREL+'IID F M H1'E ±ENDS 0 E 1 H. Pricos care cut to 'U d1 i z";:ii ci 1no cuul aleD at n oa r 'Winiows wll -_%ooua Con'v~isie u. ca~Jn ~ ou91~a. ~ifriows -~ s: EE OUII WIN;OWS .. T`Iey, ae ~aMarvel of tihe Drapel'e a~ir t J. H HO{ -p"OPER4~i &, CO. 37: 399 41"3 45,47 49 5r 55 and t7 > J x1"37 to .47 Sydney Road, Brunswick, 'iadat' `r } -_Y riiud Streot; -London; Ehg rsdn, `' EXTE TSO, I :SALE . AT .Foge s, 'late Peopi e's BIr)a.i'9ar, Nicholsao -Striet, Foooart.y, THE -ALTERATIONS to )ur SHOWROOMS are now 30omplete, and; we propose ,fo h ld a . . . . . h,lda - We will sell £2000 worth of o New Season's Goods at'a very Low Prioos.' . SPEOIAL LINES IN. ALL DEPARTMENTS, Doa't miss our Special'Show ' table, all artioles on Eamo . /.. each, and .all speciailly marked for sale. CoaBe . IEarly ama! jaudg?e for YBearBelves Sf 0 U U S ~P /'*'' 5^ Hew EE E Newest Keewest Styles Style ood . ...

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HOARY CRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 November 1911

. HOARiY:ORESS.T - In. your.1issuer of? last- .week- y~ou n published a.momo. from.Dr. Came-.j ron, Direotor'of.Agrioultureo re the eradication of hoary cress. I have a patch growing in my.garden, and intd thait diggfin the, land is the wvay to goetthe plant to grow better han over-- The only remedy that i can find is tolay the affected parts lown with a good sole of prairie or rye grass, and not disturb the soil 'n any way after that, ts every time root I. broken it forms anew plant It [ rows fromnetther root or seed nd ini the poorest-as- well as the ichest stil.in which it differs. from orrel for manuring land will kill orrel, but manuring will malto lenry OCross grow better. I em tlitsited-that unless same concerted l tion istaken thliouands of acres vill I e:oion valueloes in Ilis shire lone. M?r. ORimeron is 'ight in -aying t hat.pnis'ns Ih e no effect. on It. I hope that somi aibler pen. than mine o.wll Ilke! ti e .- urgett. matter up, Oar - I nm yours, ol?. I013OkRT TAYLOR.<...

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