Elephind.com contains 63,379 items from Werribee Shire Banner
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
OUT OF OBSCURITY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
OUT OF OBSOURITY. Jones had got a log-up in the world, and was mighty proud of his new position. Not long since be met a man who in his submerged days had been his chum, but who had remained in the old rut. "Hallon, Brown I" said Jones, as be smirked at his friend. "You have not been to see my now house yet. Can you come on Friday ?" "Brown expressed pleasure at the thought. "Yes," continued Jones, "we're having a small party. Er-my dalugh ter's coming out, you know." Brown scratched his head tmedita tively. His mind wavered. A stab of sudden recollection came to his mind. "I've iust remembered, old chap," caid he. "Our Jim's coming out on Friday. He's had fifteen days." Mr. Jones looked pained. "But," added his friend, "how long hna your daughter had ?"
WHY SHE WAS EVICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
WHY SHE WAS EVICTEI). An Englishman was motoring in a country district of Ireland when he came upon a pathetic sight. A poor old woman was seated with all her humble belongings about her by the roadside in the front of her cottage. The English tourist was deeply moved. "Poor old dame," he thought to himself. ,"This, then, is what an Irish eviction means. The sadness of it I" He stopped the car, and got down and gave the old lady a five-pound note. "Tell me, my good woman," he said, "why have you been cast forth from your humble dwelling ?" The old woman took the five-pound note, and, removing her pipe from her mouth, replied, slowly : "Shure, sor, me old man's white washin' the inside."
SURVIVED IT ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
SBURVIVED IT ALL. "Ma," said the lady, who had re cently marrield the cheese-merchant, 'I 'can't say I' had many proposalsn: nut there were several near thingb. Binks, the fruiterer, for instance, got the length of calling me his 'peach,' andr Brown, the butcher, once called me his 'lamb.' Then the furniture fealer, who came round every week, said I was his 'sweet'; the pastry ook askedf me to he Ills 'tart' ; the poulterer often called me his 'duck,' and the Ashmongcr, when in a senti mental mood, said I was his twin soul.' "For a week I was tile shoemlaker's 'all,' then the Jeweller's 'pearl,' and1 ofterwards tihe gardener's ,'daisy'; but JuSt then John came along and asked me to be his 'old Dutch.' " An old gentleman at the theatre, bothered by the constant coughing of r lady near him, said : "That's a very iad cough of yours, nadam." "The heat I've got," said she. Pihyslcian : "I shall have to forbid' you smoking, drinking, playing hil lards, anl keeping late hours." , Patient :...
RASHNESS'S REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
! IASHNEBNS'S REWARD. A student had been bragging of his various accomplishments, until one of the company, losing his patience, said : "Now, we have heard qiuite enough of what you can do. Just tell us what you can't do, and I'll undOer take to do it myself." "Indeed : well, I cannot pay my )ill, and am very glad to find that you can do it," replied the student. Amid the hilarity of the company, the guest redeemed his rash promise.
SETTLEMENT BLUNDER. THE WERRIBEE ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
SETTLEMENT BLUNDER; THE WEItRIBEE ESTATE. 'Tho departmental conferences which have been held at the State Piublio O[liccs this week in an attempt to make some further progress with the settlemient of the Werribeo IL:tate, have served to direct public attention once more to the mistakes which have marked the Stato's associaticos with this property. The latter was pur chased by Sir Thomas Bont in 1900 "off his own but" at . the high price of about :C13 an acre for an area of 23,21.1 acres. The actual price paid at the time to MIr George Chirnsido, the owner, was £302,819, but several thous:inds have since been added Ao this figuro on account of extra expen sos in connrection with the preparation of the property for settlement. Now, after betweco six and seven yoars, the greater part of this valu ahlo estato still remains on the'Qloser Sottlement Board's hands. Only 23 blocks have been taken up altogetlher. Fully three-quarters of thle lanud is still unoccuplied. The board is at pre se...
Copyright. HIS FATAL MARRIAGE, OR, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS IN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
Gopoyright, FATAL MARRIAGE, --- on,- THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. By MAURICE SCOTT, Author of "Broken Bonds," "Tracked by Fate," "The Pride of the Morays," etc. PRTINCIPAL CHARACTERS IN STORY. GUY WINSTANLEY SIR STEPHEN CHENOWETH, of Pendower, HUGH HOMFPREY, lord of the manor in live with GRACE CHENOWETH, only daugh ter of' Sir Stephen, MISS JANF CHENOWETH, Sir Stephen's sister. ADELINE WINSTANLEY, nee Icer vey, wife of Guy Winstanley. PART 5. CHAPTER XIT.-(Continued.) -And then IIugh, remembering the -Jircun:stances of his last interview 'vh Oily, and how he himself had conveyed thee: Information of Mr. f.ambournc having forsaken Cumber land, felt an increasing apprehension that the wretched fugitive would make an effort to obtain succour from his only living relative. With what result he must'?scertain. The lodge-keeper had no orders against conveying it letter to his master, and the gentleman might step inside and write it, it he so pleased. And availing himself of the permis sio...
WERRIBEE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
WERRIBrE RIFLE CLUB. Last Saturday's match between the South Yarra and Werribee Clubs resulted, after a very close contest, in a win for the former by two points. Mr. L. McKeown, of the local club' secured highest score with 65. The best scores for the winners were Messrs. Dawson 63, Marshall and Brown, 62 each, while ex-Captain Hans ford (3, and vice-Captain Mor row, 62. Next Saturday a championship shoot at 500 yards will be fired on the range.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
MECHANICS' HALL, E IBEEF 1VIONDAY, JANUARY 27th. 1913. Belmont Tennis Club M1tinstrel Company p5\ SOCIETY ENTERTAINERS Will give a HIGH-CLASS ENT ERTA NiM ENT. PROCEEDS IN AID OF WerrPb?e TennLs Club. End Mani IericT'riete: End Mon: G. G. HEINZ. MR. N. 'ARDEY. - B. SEDGWICK. D. MORGAN. S. SEDGWICK. Overture ... .. ... ... Miss 0. KEOWN March Chorus, '" Darkie's Cavalier," ... COMPANY Opening Chorets, "Jungle Town," ... COMPANY SCeolong's Crack Dancoi Song (Selected) ... ... ... Mr. D. MORGAN Song (Coon) .; .;. ... ... Miss -I. HEINZ Winner iChampionship Launceston and Colace Competitions, also Prize-Winner A.N.A., Melb. Song (Comic) .. .... ... Mr. S. SEDGWICK Song (Selected) ... ... ... Miss JONES Humorous Story ... ... ... Miss F. KING (Geelong Comedy Club) Song at Piano ... .. ... Miss O. KEOWN Song (Comic) ... ... ... Mr. B. SEDGWICK Song (Selected) ... ... Miss Q. STANESBY Song (Comic) ... ... ... Mr. G. HEINZ Song ... ... ... ... Miss SCENAY Humorous Quartette ... Messrs. HEIN...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
MELBOURNE ARKETS. Fat Sleep-?l0,00 yarded, csmp, is iog 3.13 trucks e ,-rd 97Ut by lroux .o lie quoality was woil suitid to tradot rs qliirenereL5, the greeter io'tio coOn sr.ting of useful gr/do" wothers, so bothu [obrinoos hand crossbiols, with a' full srpply of oediunm and good fa t, bo s. `Cho gnoral to:o. of the 'iarketi.t was ioanetirn, and, is tnist cores,- :pro c.s ruled from 6ld to 1/ per hostd ierdor nlast wek's rates. Quot:tions: |lest crossbred wel tlhess,fom 5/9 to 17/, txtrai fToli 15/ s l,; good do, do. frm '11/ to 15/6; otlhers from 1209 prione crolyishred uowe, frol 13/ to 1.5/, exrts from 1i58 to 1(1'J, it few ltigher;. good, from 1/b to 12/6; se cond ?rod infrior fromn 8/ti to 10/; best mleri-so wethers, from 15r to 16/3. extra from 171"to 18/; g?sod fronm t1/: to 11/0; seconds, from 101/ to 12/; i0n forior and small froe 8/e ; best merino owes from 11/ to 12/0, a fow to 1.t/; good froon 9/3 to 10/6, seo id and ill f•rior fronm 5/. Fa;it Tamobs-32,000 wsere peInne...
KINDLY SCRIBE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
KINDbY SCRBE.h. "The editor of the 'Weekly Plain Dealer' is a charitable sort o' feller," commented honest Farmer I-lornbeak, in the midst of his perusal of the village newspaper, wherein he had en countered an example of the lino type's peculiar perversity. "In his article on the" death of Lafe Dab sack', who, betwixt me and you, had n't much to recommend him except that he wasn't quite as bad some times as he was others, he says that 'the deceased was generally regarded sO hiijdytS9mfwhrdetahremfwhrtadfy!' "And I guess that's about as near as anybody could get to making an estimate of the departed without hurting his relatives' feelings."
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
DDENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT At Ncwmnarklct on Tuesday Messrs Donleny nnd Johnston sold :---Fat sheep Wethors--821 crossbred, A. MloTntyre, Lalbrtr; 108 cro?nabrd, cenabnack and mnrlino, WmVl. MlcPherson, \Vyangnrlot 108 marino, \. J. Tngram, Pino Grove, Lalbert, at 15, 2,d; 10 crossbred and merino, J. Wilmott. Clivedr,, to 10s Gd: avg 10s'Od ; 2 crossbred and comeback, A. [IclCsenzic, Glonroy, Kyabram to 170 S E; 5 cossbred, Win, A. Hamill, Fairflold; Groonwold at 1.1s Id. Ewos 180 marino, Win. A. A. n, Wappan, l3onnio Doon; 180 crdsnbrod, A Alexandor,' Lnlbert, to 12s d; '67 crosabred, A. MlacKnzin, Glonroy, IKyabrnm, to 11s 8d ; avg 15; 01 crossbred" and merino, J. Wilmottl. Clivendan, to 14e; 18 cross bred, comhnbck and morino, Win. A, ?ulnnill, Fairfoield, Gronvale, to 15s. Fat Lnmhs-2Ot6 Wnm. A. lammill, Fairfiold, Oroanvala, to 14s; 1 from Tarnait.
NOTHING SERIOUS. THE VALUE OF RESOURCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
NOTHING SERIOUS. THE VALUE OF RESBOURC. "The successful man," said the man in the armchair, "is resourceo ful. If things are lacking, he sup plies them. Hie is Ilke Surrey Sil ver. "Surrey Silver, before he struck oil, went one day to the races, and lost all on the favourite. It was a hot day, and Surrey Silver, though very thirsty, hadn't so much as the price of a glasse on him. Neverthe less, he stepped boldly into a pala tial saloon. "In the saloon he struck up a con versation with a prosperous-looking man. " 'You're a hale, sound, lusty man' said Surrey. 'It's good for one's eyes in these degenerate days to see a man foike you. What's your age 7' " 'Fifty-four,' said the fat man, with a pleased smile. 'What's yours ?' " "Thanks,' said Surrey, gracefully, 'thanks. Mine's a small bitter.'
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
PEARiSON, ROW\ . SMITII & CO.'S REPOR P. .Pearson, Rowe, Smlith nd Co. sold: -104I crossbred wethqrs and owes, TI. Malone, Pine HIill, to 1,/1, avoraging 1.1/G; 4144 comeblok owes, J. N. ]Facoy, lIolida; 315 crossbred and morino we. thorn and owes, oos Brons.,- Mount Franklin, wotheors 15/5, oweo to 114/10; 830 crossbred wethors, Macrao Bros., Breadalhane, to 15/4, avoraging 15/1; 300 merino wothors, Ocorgo Pool, Al. lamboo, at 13/10; 2.10 merino owns, oxecutors G. Coutts, Elloerlie, 8/6 nod 8/5; 228 wothorA, eneemtorn J. S. HToduly, 'Poohornc, ernolnreds 15/1, 14/7 and 13/1, morinloon 18(10 nrd 11/3; 21(1 crossbred owes, W1V, Pearson, i oaony Park, to l0/3ooveragisg 15/10; 213 crossbred ewes dF-2-tooths; Jomos Richardson, Oraytoh:,to 1.1/; 100; iV. Lilford, W2ut rvmoiaooesbrei" weohlrs" 10/ meriiho?s 13/9/.ro; 10/; .19D' cross bred and' comobaC?ottersrs an Hd'owes; John Parkoer, Ninosmook, crossbred' wethers to 18/9, navging 131.;, 182 erosslysd wethlors, AImes and Beadlo, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
Big .B:argahns ,. We carry very full stocks in all lines of Men;' and Womens' FOOTWEAll-from the cheapest worth yotr whiln to buy, to the specimens of the world's leading manufacture. Our prices are rigit, our styles are right and our methods are right-,re deserve your Trade for all these reasons and you'll bcco'm, a norm:ancnt Cus tomer of our Store from the first purchase you mcr itoo value we give asspres this-naud here are u few prof is in support. TYZACK & CO., "The Corner." PERFCT ERY WITHOUT DRUDGERY. e t-i A T J0 f . . - 2. -an: ' '-. i; ?.,..: NO- S "o " ,!K .. L ,.nti.r.,..?. ,~l ornt -. !?,.x?.,-.o-. ,, OIL4TO V EB. SOLID AT The ,Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society's .Stares. ODE, oOF ITs POINTS , 1, Being portable can be placed where over you ihko 2. Saves wood chopping and carrying of coal. 2. The heat is under complete control. J. You have no big fire to attend to. Will cook the most elaborate meal perfectly, Cheaper than gas, Guidcer than woodJ, Cleaner &am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
Scovell and Spurling THE CORNER, SOFboO' s RA Ys, Have landed a lovely stock 'of- NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRING. SUITINxGS from 49a. , r BOATERS,late6t shapes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d. S NEW SHAPE BOXERS. & 'FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close aL neck. S. TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear at THE RIGHT PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is. and is 6d., to prove we are THE TIE KINGS. The Racecourse Hotel WERRIBEE. FIRST-CLASS Accomnodation for Travellers and Visitors at this Old 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 M. A DIC BRUNNING'S SEEDS. LEADS THE WAY FOR Quality, Purity and Germination. Horticultural Sundries: Our Great Speciality==LUCERNE : WALL'S...
WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. The following teams have been chosen to play in the. match Werribee A v B on Saturday, -18th inst.:-Werribee A-Misses Currie,, McAliece, Mrs. Troup and Miss McDonald, Messr's. Blaker, Calder, Walker and Chittock. Emergencies-Miss Tinkler and Mrs. Walker, Rev. J. Currie and N. Kendall. Werribee B-Mrs. Currie, Misses O'Brien, Sewcell find Rowan, Rev. L. Cecil, Messrs. Austin, Tyzack and Bolwell. Emergencies - Misses S. Currie and Bolwel, Messrs. McDonald and Rowimn. The first iound of the mixed doubles has been completed and the draw for the second round has taken place, Matches in this found must be played by Satur day, 25th inst. Judging by .the splendid demand for tickets, the concert to be given by the Bel inont *Tennis Club on Monday, 27th inst, will be a great succesr,
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, JAN. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 16 January 1913
t(Jrribte Sbire Bant r. WIERRIBEL, THURSDAY, JAN. 1t. The Werribee Farmers' Picnic will be held at' Dromana on Feb. 13. Mr. John Ball re-elected president, Messrs. Calder and Tyzaclc, jdint secretaries, Since the first'day of the year' we have sent out a fairly big sheaf of accounts. Ihdividu. ally the accounts are small, but collectively they total a, large sum: The response has not been as satisfactory as we anticipiated, Will our patrons drop into the office and liquidate their little" bills. The Metro. Board of Works' annual picnic takes place onl Saturday next, the rendezvous being Sorrento. A special train will leave Werribce in the morn ing at eight o'clock direct for Port Melbourne. The Weeroon, has been chartered for the trip, A public meeting has been' convened by Cr. Beamish, presi, dent of the Shire, for Saturday, 25th inat..-.in-the Shire Hall for. taking steps to recognise the 31 years' service of ex-Councillor' Mc'Naughton. There should be e bumper house. Presbyterian...
NO FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 January 1913
NO FARMER. lie was a Londoner, horn and bred, but somehow he never seemed to take to office life, and, when he was just eighteen yearn old, he ran away to the country to become a farmer's boy. lie got a Job at eight ehillingse-' a week,. and set to work at once to prove that town people are jnst as much at home in the oetry as .yo kels are. "Clean out the place I" ordered the farmer who had engaged him. "Cat tie-shed first, then pigsty, then the stables. Let's have everything per fectly clean." About the middle of the afternoonm an awful noise was heard, and the terrified Londoner came bursting In to the house. His face was rod and swollen. His hands were disecoloured, and he panted terribly. "'Ere, guv'nor I" he gasped. I'm going straight back to London." "'Why, what's the matter? What's wrong 1'" cried the astonished farm "I don't know I"" replied the lad. ' "But it -all happened wheni I started to clean out the-bee-hive I" When Napoleon entered Genoa.in 1805 the rich patricians o...
HE SIMPLIFIED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 January 1913
HE SIMPLIFIED IT. "Ob what denomination am he chile ?" nask ed an old coloured preach er of a young coloured couple who had brought an infant to him for baptitm. . --. . .'d. "B1a7?" paid "the` youag-tuthet ; ovi- .." " dently perplexed by tne word "de- -' nomination." "I axed you ob what denomination de chile war ?" repeated the minister a little severely. The parents looked at each other in evident confusion for a moment then the father stammered out: "I-I don't know what you mean by denomination, sah." "Houh, yo' don't 7" replied the preacher, scornfully. "Well, den, I'll simplify to 'cordin' to yo' ign'nnce. no yo' kin understand it. Are do chile a boy or a cal chile ?"
HUMOUR. POOR, BUT PROUD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 January 1913
HUMOUR, ' L---- POOR, BUT PROUD. He was a real live duke, and a big employer of labour. Bob Willet never cared to earn his A bread by the sweat of his brow, and it was small wonder that his ducal lord and master took occasion to in form him that his services would he no longer required. Bob was bitterly averse to such treatment, and resolved to have it out with "the dook.", A favourable opportunity presented itself to his mind, for had not the duchess been appointed a Lady-in-Waiting to the Queen ? "All right, yer grace," he said, sarcastically, "I'11 go, even if it's against the grain. But I'll say this to you, sir-though I'm a poor man. I never had to send m3 miesus out to service, and that's more'n some people can say."