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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
FOR TAILORING, _CO;STJMES & We aim at Conpleto e it 1ic40o ncoo G "ntismen Cus tomers, all our maierials are [j theIIighest : der, Our New Ranges just .arriving aire .?iiortl- -tr inspection., :.::?: LADIES' TkAILORED COSTU ES These we have raised to a:high level. We can claihn'sin I expri enceand the costumes wei'produce correct in. every detail S arnd right in price, . . ,SEND FOR PATTERNS & SELF .MEASURETENT FORMS SATXIEI'A.CTION GIUAJIAXllA T ED. J. H- H OPER- CO.., S':; ;:7f7BARKLY STREET, Coim n onilwreart t ý3anh ·of i tl~3tr - iranicheo are ope lfor the tma..cllton of General anklng uelionsse thnroiiighut Auitsrlil Towsllt.l. Slouth tAn-u.l i-r, llWrl'-- . 38 No s tln Auetrnlla--Pirt-.?, u relh ll'lwists ?e. . : i c.iA l n| a 'oIi me l, to, awl drlt: Ilt w 1 io F ilan't l sr ' lv' ll 0 u ?itnlatl ' -.r~'j eollxwtid. Littter of S ri dit and Clrelar Note s ., ate p...S i O mf r, h .1,l5 t n etleted or /orwacill for colelteo. Oaklew ild- ad . chngo Osem. of ever...
MODERN GERMANY AND THE GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
MODERN. GERMANY AND THE " CERMANS. Professor Mtunsterborg: contribitteo to" the "North Ameorican IRview" a obnradteristic essayion "T1he .Germany of To-day.'.' . The Germans, says - the Profoassor, owe their. indulstrial prosperity: (1) to frugality, ,tlhrift, and a liatridl of waste; ,2)t.to a natp?al spirit of.:bnter. priseo (d) an inborn delight in iundas trious activit,." ITh.Gerorman loves his amusements in ;his leisure hours.and can -be happy with izeat naive' plea ores. Boit he knows that work ia work, and that it should.be doeie.with. thlu boest efforts of the whole.personal "lt. But besides all:theso things, the P'rofessor points out how mooh thue GOer-: maul'ewuo.,to ,tho .fct thast he ,tliinjl firut of the;,conmmunity end aeondlTy if' the indivtdunl. ' •7. Fia'i1imT thiue fhul "a?iit.s hc;n tlis' individual ; his aim is the lifeIo ad pro "gross of the communaty;'not'a a mere sunmmltibOn of millions of individuals. hut as an indepeadent unity. The whole German lifo is cont...
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & COS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
PEAtRSON'. itO>VSf^Cff (iyj * '.. REPORr, oearson, Rowo, Smaitht id Os. sold: --857, Js. Hoare, Horo park, to 15/6; 306, D. Innes, 'Bore-pacr; S21 crossbred, Jas. Forbes; TYhe: Ridges, Moira, to; 18/9, averaging '18/1; 199 marino,.N. Irwin, Malmsbury, to 14/51; 180, J. H. Peverill, Charlton, 2 tooth wothdera13/9;, owes 18/3,.merino ew 10/4 and 10/; 124, T. and P. Kennedy, Moorilm;:128, W. D.-Mnne, Strath' joy, to 18/1; 122 merino ewes," Glenn Bros., Homebush, to.14/' 120 crossbreed and moririo, Mount Cotterill, to 16/10; 117 merino, L. Collins, Doreen, to 12/;' 110 merino, H; J Canning, Yean; 118 ?eirino, exors. 0. Couttsa, Ellerelie, to 12/6; 112, J. W. McNuttI Wild Duick, to 15/6; 112 merino, T;. A. .1Flint, Pakonham, 11/; 107 orossbreds, Nor man S. Smith, Strono, Coleraine, weth. era 18/8, ewes 16/0 and 12/10; 100 me rino, Keilor, to 10/3; 101 crossbred~, A.' M'Alpin, Diggers' Rest, to 109/0; 1CO morino, WV. H. Davidson, Coliban park, at 17/ and 16/11; 92 crossbred, Wm. Turner...
DART GON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
DART GoUN ~811,JtijG, On \Vedn sday ?vl . in,, last:,'the return dart gun match' Ilwtwvrea the M.U.I.O.O.F; and ..:1i. i to lsi took place, aItift vetrv oxcittit con toot renulted,, the O-l llt'o i4t v:win ling by the. .tt!'nrnw inij , ity of our points. Tho following aro Ith .amree: ODDCRLLOW.; FORST??, " 1. Stuart ... 2 I J. Mc(cLith ... 8O L. Latolain. ... 27 J. 1,:Carthy... 2 T. Ean 2I J.Io M iceoi... 20 L. IlcCUown ,.. 20 2I T:,lroi .w " B88 .1. G?trinor .. 2- ' W.O 22?d'"a .. a22 D. Shiola s . ..'2t 'W: V lado a ' 22 B. Mte)oanell 21 V. Th 'm?ehr .21 A. iyan ... 2(1 J Gilltatgher "21 _ 2s 191
NO TIME FOR POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
NO TIME FOR POLITICS.. Dorothy married a young M.P... ('his in a mere love-story), And didn't curo w?other ho was, ah,mel A Liberal or a 'Jory. - They halved the labors of life, and stilt Are wise in a world of fally; SWhile Johu is cairrying his littlo Bill, 'thea'o nursing her lithtle olly I There always, are tasks at home for her, And hel 'iill never forgot 'emn; There, arn laws to be made at Watmin. Anu pies to be made at Streatham;" 8o much tuo-lu'b y to pout or shout, For other follks' work and place, - Shi can't spare time for marching about And smacking policemen'sn faces John's party is scarcoly a fourit of fun, With. its envies anid strifeo and tame. hates," . But hers is mostly a mucrry one, That Molly gives to her playmates, And she fooeels, wheo she's working th:. * good day throuegh, Tlat the scope that she has is plelty ; It's as noble to toil in -the hoiile nor two A .'to talk in the House for twenty! -A. St, J.J A.
THE CALENDAR FOR WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
THE CALENDAR -FOR WEICHTS AND MEASURES. In order to facilitate quick'division of recipes,-commit to nien;ory or trck up over your kitchen table, the follooing calendar for weights and 'measures. Knowing what eachl measuronoten weighs helps mateui:lly'il using rcdipoe O(no cupful is half a pint. One cupful of flour weighs four ounoe. and mleasures sixteeen level tablespoon. tfl. One cupful of butter weighs eight oun cos and Is sixteen level tablospoonsful. Sugar is the same as butter. lstninediucl-lszed eggs weigh a pound One tablespoonful is an ounce of com moen liquidls. mOne level tablespoonful of flour is a :qtarter of i-i ou .' ic One tablespoonful of sugar is haol an ounce. One tablespoouftl of' butter in half an eunce. -* Oudoor or·a teapoo.sa a aequal spoo * our levra teaapoon faul, equal on. tablespoonful.'
ALL IN THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
ALL IN THEI GAME. A Scottish gamekeeper who had been left in charge of an estate was being questioned by an English visi tor. "Are there many deer on this es tate ?" "Hundreds, air." 'Many hares ?7" "Thousands, sir." "Well, now, are there many goril las 7" asked the Englishman, satiri cally. "For. a moment the gamec -. hesitated, thenriereplied .--? -' "Weel, sir, they-they come like yorsel', ust noo and then." Hub : "What I More money 7 When I'm dead you'll probably have to beg for all the money you get." Wife' "Well, I'll be better ofil than some poor women who never had any practice." Heo : "Madam, you promised to obey me. Do you do it ?" She : "Sir, you promised me your worldly goods. Do I get them 7" Sims . "While in Paris I paid fif teen shillings in tips alone." Waiter: "You must have lived a good many years there, sir." "If ye plaze," said the raw recruit, "I've got a splinter in my hand." Sergeant : "Wot yer bin doin' 7 Strokin' yer 'cad ?" Will telephone users please not t...
I.N.F. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
W. Thompson, h Davis .. .. O T. Ilahorty, b Ryan J. 8hOhin, a Miller, b Davis . 41 I. Brown, b Davis ... ... 1 H. O'Koofo, b Ryan .. .. "1 T. Groeen, bl Millo ... ... 6 W. Cullen, a Davie, b Ryan 7 J. MoBrean, b Davis 8 P. Ashby, o Evans, b Davis ... 4 S. Bassil, not ou . . 1 Toaba - , 70
MAURICE GERALD DRAMATIC COMPANY. THE COLLEEN BAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
1IAURICE GOIR'ALD DItA.IATIC :' COMPANY... -TIlE COLLEEN BA'?lN. Nolwithstanding a misneeable wvet night and peopleo so lived ifter the Flarmnrs' Pi:nic, a really good houtse welcomed the popul;ir. Maurice Gcrald Compinty on Fridayi evnn ing last when-that bea,?lttuol lrisl trama, The Collen l' hjti;" 'was planed upon the boards. There cai be no Iwo opinions Ihat la.r Gerald bas a tine eomnpany. anal Werriboo are lecky to be provided with a weoelcly perforinaetic'of such inerit. Ads usual, Mlan-ice Geraldl wag the life of the Colleetn :Bawn, and his ever pleasant' emile anlt witty say ings keapt the .'audience in' good humour from start to fiish. Ho was ssupportr o by that charmting actress, AMiss Rhodal RhIodeas, who gave it splendid nacoinut aof herself. ue.Eily O'Connor-also as\'the. tilier, ires. worth seoiing 'Se lhi cjl?,iahrmu manmner and flne stage presence. All lthe othlier imintiers of this fine company played wolai-up .to the heads, Thu scenery.s was good, and everything ...
A TREAT FOR HUBBY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
A TREAT FOR HUBBY. In the cook's absence, the young mistress of the house undertook, with the help of an ignorant maid, to get the dinner. The flurried maid, who had been struggling in the kitchen with a coffee machine that refused to work, confessed that she had for gotten to wash the lettuce. "Well, never mind, Jane. Go on .with the coffee, and I'll do it," said the considerate mistress. "Where do you keep the soap 7" Nervous Old Lady (in railway car riage) : "I hope that gun is not lond ed, air? " Sportsman : "I'm afraid it is. But I will insert this cork in the muzzle. There-quite safe now." The nervous old lady breathed a sigh of relief.
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
PENSLEY & JOHNSTOIfI'8 E3POT1 At. Nemarkut on Tucaday "Md ssra nPosloy -amd Johnstot sold : Fat Shoop 846 morino from the wostward (outsideo, 642 crosshred,. oomback ' and macrino, Geortge Bros., Werriboe, is 7d; .112 cros+]red . And- merino,. G. O. Troup, un.," rodma, "Worribee, at 15a 7d and 14s., r -oi otivllyf ' 100 morino, John. 13~A, ltneacstoqr Park,VWorribee, to 18a 9 , 017 Corsabred and conoiibaok, J: 'Ako. maidse. Giolbun, T-nolern. VYil, .formor at 16ea tatter-.t.?14 .-d 9l 8 crossbred,. .Th:s.?8Snti,.i'Tlhbert, at6ha.; 7 oroossbifd "? tpbths;?roos;;orumburrr..at 14n, 88?' 1 erFssbrodp 2 igoth, Gleon Bros., " ' mnus buhh;" y' Ty'ln'` ;1-erosssbrd, R. Orowifp: o~.Wongli?at.28l-4; 1 morino, W. ilrri'. soq, .Tanoit.,, Ewes- 0 crossbirod, pombiib nd tlibri?lc,: VW.H. Edaood. eon:ttippon: Ldn;: 112 crossbrod, coinon bale, and mc merinor"n P, 'MlcInryr, Pins GrOtv'iEOast, to' 10a; .i ,crossbred and comolapk, A. Lynas., Lako View, Woo roonli?lse ;.56 crossbred, VW. A,-Ha...
METRO. FARM TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
METRO. FARM TENNIS ddOiUB. Last Saturda? :-thee Werribee: A team played a .match, agalinst the Metro. Farm Tentis Club on the Farm conrts: The Farm .cluti were victorious after an exciting finish by four games, Werribee A were represented by Mipses Boimtsh and McDonald, Messrs. Calder,. Wlker, Sewell and Rrikei. The Farm team consisted of iMisses Grigg, -Dredge, Messrs. Morrison, West, Watterson ard.Ileaney. The results -were as, follows;- Misss Orligg nnd: Dredge beat M :ses McDonald anil Benniei. ti -2 Meessr. Calder and Sewell heat Moesss. Morrisop and I Vaterson,". Messrs. Walker; anti Biker; beat esrse Fleaney aSind West, 6 -3 .?Ifses Grigg and E. \Vesti beat Miss hicDonald- and IMr. -Walkor,. Sr. Ieaneyg:antl Miss Dreolge bealtMr. . Calder and blMis BBamitLh, 6-3 .. Next. Saturlday. afternnon the Metro. Farm Tennia Club will meet Werrilee B teamn on the ground of the former team.-- The F.itrn will be.representel. by poises Grigg, Dredge, Sarahl aRnd Mary Iowmdi'n, Niessrs. Hea...
SUFFICIENT EXCUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
SUFFIOIENT EXCUSE. "A sailor's life t a hard one" said the steamer's captain. "It In not so hard as it used to he before the coming of steam," he snid "but it is still fearfully hard for all that. In fact, I never heard of but one man who had a decent excuse for going to sea." "And who was he, captain 7" ask ed the passenger. "Noah," the captain answered "If the old fellow had remained on shore he would have beca drowned."
DUNCAN'S ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
* DUNOAN'S ROiAD. The Water Oommiission.has about 7000 acres. in the irrigation area at Werribee, b?utthore will not be euf ficlent water ffll the Exford reservoir Is completed. Its construction" Is likely to ocaupy about two years, Mr llwood Mead states, and about 1200 rcsres are availbhle in the meantime for dry farming. It was recently annonceod that applications would be received for. the 1200 acres on Dundan's road for threeyears aind the following have now beoue approved by the commission . - Troup's Block, 298 aeres--1r, W. Snayde. Brown's Bloklr..4610 oreae-fr. , J. B owne. Taiilter'-s 'Block, 450 acres-The Git:esfli nily,
WERRIBEE- FARMERS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
IE RRI3BEE-PARMERS' PICNIO. T'ho Werrilieo farmers holdl their annual picnic ilaskThoread y. .The weather was just the. thing~for .ni outing on the Bay;;. As po ial train to Geiiong convoyed a large:- un ber of holiday malkers from ,WerV Geelao dLittle, Ricer and ithlaa gTiel Geelong ditriott cont?ih ntod .lai'gely rp .the passe ugerv. at, "end 1400 o?eol' ,ere4"ob the ~god. ship H'glz ati"she A ia.lhlted away from the Gesloug peor. A few pas. sesngers were pioked utip t" Port arlington:en rouo for MgMrninpton, which wma reached about. one o'olockLcwMr, ,Oanne, PM , was on board, also Mr. W,?.Kei?dall who Je inaking a .big..effort to represeont Corio as a Liberal. Both gentle men, wo resumio. idevoted a fair part of their taimo ti advanoing their political creeds. When the land was. reached .the pionicking part of the reserve was soon covered with table olothe' ad edibles, evi deiitly.the trip across the.: bay hnad ehtirponod? the "appotifpe .of those patroisingk the boat. .After th...
LAVERTON TENNIS CLUB. RESIGNATION OF SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
iLA.-R¶ON TENIS. dLUB. IRETSIG ATION OF SECRETARY. A menti nsor the Laverton Tennioi •Oluh wio' held in 2tle locol State chbrool on Weltin.s lay ,.vbping laot, \1r. H.'T'3nxiixtiii preBsi.iig"; Thero whi a good alten'ldnce of membere. BeRoro the Ceneral lIusineas of the mootina. ,had commenced, tlie following latter, which .wae read by the chairuman, was ro :eived from the Hocretnry: Laverton Park, Lvaerton, 12/2/1i. To the Oh'iirinan and Membors of the . Lavorton Tennis Club. LADIHi.'AD Roo .TLIcR.N,--I horchy bog to ionder rm, resigntioto as- socroetary to your club. It. has colio to my know. lhdgo that certain inoonbors hnavo ox proassold an opin'ori of my dila torinoss or slow'tosa? in attendin at tho court ' and" the cli b's hiiMneos: As a slow?organiser or secretary .id a hindraince to a clu;i, my one desire is tliht my idticorship lishould bo taken over by onoe-who is imore c apablo tlhan inysolf aiid ablo.to ret in tho confidei?co of your membora. Tlihanking you in antieipat...
SPARROW SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
8PAlitO\V 8tiUO.ITING. The fortnightly :shoot. of lthe Werribeo gun was held last week. The a ten lance of shooters was fair. The principle prize was a £5 handi calp whlichl wnas divied b "Ar iel" and J. ald E. Ison. No. 1 sweepi-A. and J. 4o6Ion; No. 2 sweep-"Ariol'" and "'Hay den.'l '... No. 3 sweep-- 'Hayden," Olarke, and A Ison.. . No. 4 sweop -W. B. Wilkinson and A. solln;..
Copyright. HIS FATAL MARRIAGE, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. PART 10. CHAPTER XXV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
S-opyright. -HIS FATAL MARRIAGE, on, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. -----+-- -- By MAURICEt SCOTT, Author of "Broken Bonds," "Tracked by Fate," "The Pride of the Morays," etc. PART 10. CHAPTER XXV.-(Continued.) The astouument, not unmixed with horror, on the girls face was intmensely gratifying to Jim's melo ara..atlc I-ans of asn clecitle tab leau. "Dead I" she echoed, after a pause. looking at the stagnant water with whkte, serious face. "I may go so far as to mention to you, t.iss, In strictest conidence," continued Jim, "that I have strong reasons-reasons that I amn at pre sent unable to divulge-ffr hell:ving the convict Winstanley can no longer by any possl.i ity be a living man." And Jim felt no twinge of consci ence while making this assertion. Would Adeline dare contract a mar rlage wlih Hugh Homfrey, believing the f giti:e from Dartmoor to be still alive 7 "You-you mean, he may have met his e'eith by-by"- .. - "Starvation, or mlsadventure," in terposed Jim, quickly, not wiehi...
FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
FATAL ACCIDENT. Georgo Prinder, a yonng marn, who was emplpy d by ir F iieea, ,faImor, of Werribto, wae "dilvinig'a team of. hore j laden witli 6 toni of hay on Aondayl when he met wtibh In as qident that brought Ahout hia death. •. Pinder weas standing, on the ,shaft when ihe,;sllpped and fell :to thae ground the .wnggon pasing eove him. It was; found :that he hid sesained a oompound' fracture of the right arm and several intor nel ;njuries. Rove was attended by .: Manly, and was'' afterwards driven to the railway station, on routo to thl'e Geelong Ho I?spitul, *hon he expired in Watton street.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
i Big Bargains in Footwear _ We carry. verOdull stocks In all-lines of. Mens' and Womies' FOOTWEAt-from the'cheapest worth youi r whie to buy, to the . specinens of the wirid'.sleadiug.matiufhdtre. Our prices are rig 3, S our styles.arrtgtiit difd our methods it'e right-we deserve y'our * Trade for all these re~dnsis and you'll become a permaluidst Cus tomer of our Storefroirmbthe first purh base ' ou'diake. The value w4 give assures this -andiuhere are a fwej~proofs in su.pport.. -1 TYZACK & CO:, The corner." PERFECT COOKERY WITHOUT DRUDGERY. O,. R. AT The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society's Stores. :SOME OF ITS POINTS.-., . . 1.B Being portable can be placed where ever you lihke 2a Saves wood chopping and carrying of coal. 3. Toe hehat is under complete control. - 4. You have no big fire to attend to. W, ill cook the most elaborate 'nieal perfectly., cheaper than gas, C~ea·ner & better, than coal,. And your kitchen is always cool. IF YOU LOVE YOUR WIFE BUY HER...