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CRICKET. WERRIBEE v. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

:- .- i .......O .KIT.__ ... ., S. WE. RIBEE v ST. KILDA. The .mitoha llayed on Saturday la'Bstbetween the above teams was an enjdyable one, rosulting in a win for the liome team. " ' ThI fbllowing are the scores: S Worriboo, L.CreBdab Sibblin ... ... . o E; M. Walt6r,. run out ;... ... o W. Cdnmbon, csub, b Sibbon ... 10 P. Didior, c Fowlor, b tMorling ... W. Agaiib',bMorllng ... * ... .,' 17 P, Taylor, c Spinks, b itorling .. a A. Oonl b Morling ,ao .. A, Lovlngs b Sibbin . ,.. .. O JP. Ashby, oih out . . 2 T. Evans,ac Gill .. 0 o s, Aslhby,ituipo ...t , . 0 i Boling: Sibbinu. tor26; 2 orling,- . for 12, . - ' St, Kilda, T. Gill, at omobon, bDldiar ...... 2 J. Fowlor, a Taylor, b Didler .. 9 Marling, flidier - .., . 0 Sibbona, I.bw. Didior .. . Phillip, o A. oCd ban, b Didir ... 1 SinBrhnout . ...;, -".' O ' amlbrl jo; nrth"n'out "r.;-i-';., -. -..;. .. 1? Vriaolal o _iH Ashby. b Taylor S,, -' H. Fowjq5rnot out. ;: ;,,"".; 1 , : - : . • . *: o , , . Bowling:; Dldlor, ; for 18; 'P....

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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VERY SIMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

VERY SIMPLE. An Irish woman once had twin boys who looked so very much alike that people who know the family, ot ten wondered how their parents told them apart. After church one day the minister was admiring the boys, who were then two years old. "But, sister," was his objection,, "I don't see how you can tell them apart." "Aye," answered the mother, proudlI, "thot's aisy enough. I- lust whip Mulligan, an' if he cries it's. Hooligan."

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

WERRIBELi TENNIS CLUB, . On Saturday last a team from the ?Williamstown- Ceiitral Club visited Werribee and played the local,.club. The' result was a. win 'for Werribee by 14 games, aftei':a keenly fought match. On :Saturday next Little River wills meet Werribee B at Wer ribee, while Werribee A will visit Metro. Farm, and .try con clusions with that club. A mem ber.of the club has kindly donated a fiist iclass racquet as a trophy for the. club's- gent's. champion ship,~ entries for which close on Tuesday, 25th inst. The follow *ing teams have been chibsen for Saturday's matches: - Werribee A - Messrs. Baker, Calder, Walker, and Sewell ;. Misses McDonald and Tinkler; Mes dames Troup and Walker; emer gencies, Messrs. C. Tyzack, jun., and -Troup, Misses L. Beamish and. Robertson. Werribee B Messrs. Bolwell,. F Comben,· Gosii y, and . Rowan, jun.,. Misses Bolwell, O'Brien,. Rowan and Sewell ; emergencies, Messrs McDonald, jun:, and P. Taylor, Mesdames Swvell and Currie.

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ONLY SILLY FOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

ONLY SILLY FOOLS. Sir Henry Haworth was once one of a party going over a lunatic asy Imn, when he became separated from his friends. Seeing a gental-looking gentleman reclining in a garden chair he went up to inquire for his party. Instead of the information he wanted, Sir Henry was met by the eager question "Hullo, you're now. What are you in for, may I ask ?" "Well, I-I-I'm a bi-metalli4t," stammered Sir Henry. taken aback. "Oh, go on," was the knowing re ply, "hi-metnllists aren't lunatics, they're only silly fools." "Dear teacher," wrote Johnny's mother, "excuse John's absence from school as lie fell.into the murd. Ily doing the same you will greatly oblige his mother."

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DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

DENSLEY & JOUNSTON'St RtEPORT .At Newmarl.t ol' Tueseiday Mclssrs Densley and .1 luston sold :--Fat sheep -wtthera : 3511 m'rino, A. E.' Ilatnbo/ k ' Sunbery, to 12/ aag" 1110; 77 ooiisobackl 31'Donald .Bros., Uplan's; 53 merinioe tsute RIobinson, IeltoLi; 89 a moback, fcimll'ongalo to 15/1 27 crossbred, A. K'tl?tyros Lalbort, att 14/1' 20 merino,/ !/ " Is: iourlns, Sydnohoml to 14/ ; 2'crosri lbred, Thos Ta cy, inlla West at 14/ ; 2 coi?obnac, 'A. T. BltBe. Ba.lu.:-iEwes: 24Q 'merino.- G:;n n Bros. lIomebahl; Tylden; 213 crossbred, comoback and usorilo, tP'Donald Bios.; iUplands; 93 it/ iti0o It. uld A Scott, to 10/ avg .0/5 ; 9.tierpssbrcd and c6tthobick, ifr'om Ton g./la to 15/7 avg 12/9; 57 -crossbred and eom~oack, A. 5( lntyre, Lilbort, _to 15/7 \'V1 5/1; 06 muriuo, \Y. J.- Moubray ;60 I/er/i/o, Thous A'Murray ; 22 drossbred, T?. WVpla, Tctn haitu, t.14/10 ; 17 cross, bred nild comeback, Thos Tacey, Iiialla West to 13/5 avg 18/;1; 1 crossbred 1t. L..Gburley, S3dnshamn F...

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A TIP. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

A TIP. Snacks : "Iave you read that ar ticlo on 'How to tell a bad egg' 7" Snicks : "No; but if you have any thing imlportant to tell a bad egg, my advice is, break it gently." Husband (all ready for the theatre) "I declare, dear, it's raining hard." "Wife : Well; what's a littje rain ? One would think from your tone of voice we were about stafting for tho church."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

* U Big. Bargains in Foo0twe ar ... We.carry very full stocks in all lines of Meas' and Womens' pOOTWEAR--from the cheapest worth your while to buy, to the specimens oflthe world's leading manufancture. Our prices are rigIt, our styles are right and our methods .are right-we deserve your Trade for all-these reason. fiid you'll become a permanent Cus tomer of our Store from the first purchase you make. The value we give assures this-and here are a few proofs iu support. ?'.I TYZACK & CO., "The Corner." PERFECT COOKERY WITHOUT DI)RUDGERY. i -- s TOE MEW PERFEST*#M OIL NTO"E. SOLD AT The Werribee-Farmers' Co=operative Society's Stores. OME OF .-ITS POINTS . . 1. Being portable can be placed where ever you hke 2. Saves. wood chopping and carrying of coal. 3. The --"a iis under comiplete control. 4. You have no big fire to attend to. Will cook the"inost elaborate meal perfectly. Cheaper than :gas, Quicker than wood, - Cleaner & better than coal, And yqir .kitchen is alway...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

Scovell and- Spurliin-t TIHE CORNER, iOO S C0 ~RAY, . Have landed a lovely stock ;of NEW SPRING GOODS. S: SPRING SUITINGS': from .42s. BOATERS, latestshajieos, 3s 6d to 6s 6d. NEW SHAPE BOXERS. 8.c z :I ',FASHION SHIRTS in 20 diffe'eitstyles. SWEATERS to button close at neck. Sa TENNIS SHIRTS for Warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear at T?E RIGH?T PRIC~E. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is. and is 6d., to prove we are Th-E TIE KIIN-GS. The Racecourse Hotel. WERRIBEE. .IRST-CLASS Accomodation for Travellers and Visitors at this Old 1' 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. DIXON, Proprietress. BR UNSN:iN -'.$SEEIID5., LEADS THE WAY FOR Quality, Purity and Germination. Horticultural Sundries : Our...

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MAURICE GERALD DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

MAURICl~ GERALD'.D?RAIA Another full1i hboise' greeted Maurice Gerald and- Company on Friday. - evening' last w.ihen the. sensational drama,.Alone in. Lon don, was staged, and from the very jump .the audience settled down to enjoy themselves which they did. to' their heart's con tent. : As. usual Maurice" Gerald was at' home in a good 'part? In the person of Private Bowles, a young" villian; whom with Major.. Challis," his other accom-' liice',ivorked out-" a -fineplot. Mr, :Gerald 'is' qulite & play in' himself. He was supported by Miss Rhoda 'Rhodes, a charming" leading -lady, -.who by-.:her fine. acting has:many: admirers: " Mr. George -' Edwards, . as' Captain Milton; gave.a fine rendering of the part, and-the other. members of Mr. Gerald's Company'. gave a good account 'of themselves,. the verdict -everywhere is that, Mr. ,Gerald's Company: is .well worth seeing. On Friday even; ing next Mr.. Gerald will stage. the beautiful :Irish drama.; .The Colleen Bawn, and a full ...

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ALAS ! MY POOR BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

ALAS I MY POOR BROTIHER. "Brown," said the manager of a large bank, "there's a vacancy on' the staff, and I rather thought of giving the place to your twili bro ther." "Twin brother, sir ?" echoed lrown 'Yes, the ono I saw playing foot ball when you were attending your grandmother's funerna last Saturday, you know," said the chief, smiling grimly. "Oh-ah--er-oum--yea I" said poor Brown. "I'll-er-go-er-and feIntch him." "That's right," said the manager, "anl don't come back until you've found him." Brown is still looking for his twin brother.

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A PROBLEM SOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

' PROBLEM SOLVED. Schoolmaster : , "Now, boys, sup pose in a family there are five chil dron, and mother has only fouear po tatoes between them. Now she wants to give to every child an equal share. What is she going to do ?" Silence reigned in the room. Every body calculated very hard until one little boy put up his hand. "Well, Johnny, what would she do, ch ?" said the master. "Mash 'em, sir," came the unex pected answer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

OUT OF SYMPATHY. "Wool, Mr. Wilson, 1 hale just called onil you to 5e0 if you'll add your nnioe to the list of subscribers for a new pulpit lible for our minister, an' I hope you'll put down something very handsome." "I 'll da nLthinug. o the.kind, Mrs. Browu,"' wan the sturdy reply. "It's a poor trade that canna afford to buy its sin tools."

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Copyright. HIS FATAL MARRIAGE, OR, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. PART 9. CHAPTER XXII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

Oopyright. -HIS- FATAL MARRIAGE, OR, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. ---+--- By MAURICE SCOTT, Author of "Broken Bonds," "Tracked by Fate," "Thd Pride of the Morays," etc. PART S: CHAPTER XXII.-(Continueod.) "You must listen to me," he said, in heartbroken tones. "I came here, hoping to tlod you, in response to an overwhelming impulse to see you ; to tell you I am the victim of circum stances ; to ask your pity, your for giveness, before we part, as we must, for ever." It was true, then. In- the joy of his unexpected presence Grace had at first hoped Aunt Janie had been in error, that it was all a mistake- Adeline and Hugh were strangers ; they could' not he engaged. And then his words sounded the death-knell to her hopes. She made another effort and freed her hands. "It-is true-that you are to You wrote Aunt Janie ?" "I did I I did I" he cried. "It ap peared to be my duty, and Idid lf. And having done it.; A terrible re -morse took possession of me, an overpowering sense of unfulftill...

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TOO HARD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

TOO HAuD. A Yorkshire farmer was asked to the funeral of a neighbour's third wife. As he had attended the funeral of the two others his own wife was rather surprised when he declined the invitation. On being pressed-be-ga l " his reason with some hesitation : "Well, yer-see, lass, it maken a chap feel a bit awkward like to he allus accepting other folks civilities when he never has nowt o' the sort o' his own to ax 'em back to."

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NOTHING SERIOUS. ON THE LOCAL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

NOTHING SERIOUS. ,.-4- - ON TH~E LOOAL LINi). "When can I get on to Glasgow, porter 7" "Weel, mum, yo'll ken when t' train is punctual sho's aboot an hour late, but if she's no punctual, ye ken, the Laird only can toll when she'll be in.' He was the proud possessor of a twelve-guinea ,owner-going-abroad" first-class bicycle, and had noticed two suspicious characters hanging about near the cycle shod. Thinking to be wise in time, he purchased a fine bulldog, which he chained 'up within easy reach of the shed. But the next morning he was surprised to find the dog missing. A note, hastily scrawled and piuned to the shed, gave him the following nformnattio n, -',We looked at the blooming bike, bosr, hut we took.the dawg.

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BRINE FOR RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

BRINE FOR RHEUMATISM. Pickling horses' legs in brine is recommended by the "Live Stock Jourtial " as a curo for rheumatism and `similar ailments. The method is thus lescribedl:-- A brine bath, in which; four horses can stantt up over the knees in hot brine, is now, in existence at Droitwich. The bal h has been built at the rear of Mr. Ever ett's garage, in St. George's Square, with a sloping way down which the lorses can walk into four stalls, where they will find themselves in about 2ft. hin.i of hot brine. After standing in this for the nuimber of bours ordered by a ?oterilary sur geon, they are then briought out, dried . and lproperly 'bandaged to avoid all risk of caitching cold. Driot wich brinem is twelve times us astrong. as ordiiimry sea-water. Mr. Everett says he has for years used brine, made lihd, on I.me hoirses, by dipping bandages iii it, and applying them to the legs, He has found the cursntc ce.ssful for strains, rhounmtisin, and bandse:-o-Healso founld-it .very-coio...

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WERRIBEE POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, FEB. 8, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

WERItBEEI OLI?OE COURT., SAU RD AY' 1` I 8;,1913. Before Mr. Road Mu?rphy-P.M , and Jas. Browne, J P.. John Reardon- waes. charged with being drunk and disorderly on the the 25th ul t. r Sub-Inspector .Beckman prod cuted, and, Mr, B, Nolan defens d. Gonstabl, lMcCarthy deposed lhat on the 25th January he was doing duty wvith Constable Cal well./About half-past 10 o'clock saw accused op posito Cannyes Hotoltie He. was drunk, staggeriing about and waving his hands.e Told him todgo away if he was able to or I would look him up. Reardon said," Iamn all? right." I theii moved away, leaving Con stable Calwell speaking- to'him. On lookinig round saw aciiused' dancing round Consrable C~ilwell.-ln a. flghtihg.uattitude. -:.They closed htd, a short,. atruggle ensnud.. .I cautght Reardon by the arm n. Rear. don .tried to put; his'!arm- round o y. neck and said, ".I can beat the two of you." 1 then thre?ei him to the ground and Conslable' Calwell caught his arm.. .1 said,." We will have -ioi lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

HOOPER & CO., TFOR±TAILORIR.N GOSTUMIES, &c We aim at Conmplete satltsCentoui to our Gentlemen Cus tomers, all our materials are of the High' d r, Our New Ranges justearii'ing are ;.Wrtli.your xipection. '-.0 LAIIES' JAILODI O ' U These we have raised to a-b ig el: a''Ne ar m..xperi ence and the costumes-ie:,prodtico correct in eve y "detail '. arid right iniprice, . :SEND FOR PATTERNS-& BELFi;.LEASUREMENTFORIuIS J.. H HOOPER & CO.O Sm Ir. .a- - r 3 h;nh:r O i ·T n x e r oi p . . . ..-T "r ' ,a ;8787 BAItEY SDREPRTMN Son irnmonwa tt ·i3 of Ztustta i g-, nc- aea." pm"' i lE7 a s--, -t O cahwh.c Banki ?g Isp th. .. t al - N South Wales?sydnoyand oaber .or m VIoto?I--1 mu Qoohn~n·· onend4 '" -f .h , - + R , And at Erypi ll o,l-O Noew lload toot, London -t E . , o Cablo remittances mods to; aid drfts drrown;on (oreign plae. dir?. " Fooelgn Poo lioo ii?o-l(id? [ • collcted. Lettes of 0rcdio and, irular Notes issued to' any' part of thee world. : l- ong obt...

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EARLY FALLOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

EA'RLY FALLOWING. Spealkig at the Annual .Oonfer once of the Nntliern : Branchees- of the Agiten tn:al Bureau. of 'South Australin, tho,.Director -of Agricult ure ((Professor Lowrie) gave- good advice, whioh is usually" applid itul to the drier districts of this State: - 'A subjoect round which there has been considerable colitroversy was the time of the year at whichr?to begin working the fallow.-- If year after'yoar fariers would note the returns per acre from the land that they followed in June, and coimpar ed the results with those from' land which followed late in 'August or September, it would overy .nearly convince them that if would, pay to procure an extra team i?irordei, to get the fallowing 'done in good' time. It was also necessary for-tkhe benefit of the next year's crop to get on.the fallow as early asEpoesibl , and to gather the moiatuihd'and '?et it down into tho landl. This is the uge of the specalist and there are possibilities for him in rural puissnits as well as...

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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, FEB. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 February 1913

WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, FEB. 13. Not long ago there was. an out cry for the: appointment of .iew t'uestee to manage the Werribee, racecourse reserve.. Freslh ap :'iintinents were made-nine new trust.teswere elected-three. rep resenting the sporting fraternity,? three the agricultuiral society and," thinee the public. An important, meeting, which should have been. held last Saturiday evening,, lapsed, fodr the want of a quorum. This, is not as. it should 'be. We trust that it will not be, necessary for. an indignation meeting tobe held. to suggest to the Minfister of Lands either to shakeup. some of the trustees, or ask them to resign to make room, for 'live'' meen,. The racecourse is a valuable.asset. aind should not be neglected.owing to the apathy of some of those: who. shouldd take more irnterest.i, it than they are:evridently doing.. The farmers' exctursioiiwill.pick' up and set downv.paysetgers at the Manor. railway atation. A.mongst :.the .big buyers.- atll Messrs, George=;sses- i...

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