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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
:Scovell and Spuring, THE CORNER, Have landod'a lovely stock of NEWY SPRI19G GOODS. S SPRINGj!SUITINGS fromn142s. BOATERS,Ilatest shapes, 3s.6&to 6s 6d. S -NEW..HAPE BOXERS. I 8 FASHION SHIRTS iiO2 different styles. SWEATERS to button close at nok; S TENNIS SHIRTS Aorowarm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRACES, -arid everything amnan wants to wear at' THE RIGHT ý1PRIC"E., 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is. and ls 6d., to prove we are THE TIE KINGS. 'Toys. Ioys lowu does &rike I. .You ? SCITY PRICES AT THE e Book Stor. BRUNNING'S SEEDS) LEADS THE WAY FOR Quality, Purity and Germination. Horticultural Sundries : Our Great Speciality-=LUC Z ' : WALL'S HOTEL, (NEAR RAILWAY STATION) - W ERRIBE E. - (Under New Management). ir-clss Acomodato Wines, Ales d Spirits of the Best Brands. Good Stabling. 'Horses and Buggies on Hire. D. 9ANNY, Proprietor. First Prizo Buggies, Phlotons, Road Carts, Waggons, EqV 1 CARRIAGE F . 's and I RTERS, " No.-17 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Best-The Cheapest MACHINES...
LODGES AT CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
LOpGi0'd AT CItluCILSPT. 'A crickeot match took plane, on Sat urday:afternoon .list bet won..th old rivails, the M.U. 0.O.F. and I.N.F. lodgeos:: As in-the other cornm potitionrs the Oddfellows proved jto. good for their oppouerite, ,winning ho am attled p1 ii· and A: Millir 32 foi tshe Odfollo we. Theen men displayed giod foirm, both; driving the ball- on diffPrent occnaions to. the boundary. A .re turn match will be arranged a ,an :arly date, The following' are the scores; D, I.MI.O.O.P. J. Diy b Calli n .r 8 A. Rlynb, o Shehan, b Groo ' . 22 T. Evans, c and b Shoehan : .., 10 J. Fiold, b Shohan .. 10 J. Gardiner, b MoBroon ... . W. Swanton, not out 12. . . 1 P. WVattrson, st. O'Keofo.. 'O A. filleorst. Green . ;': . ,. 82 EI. Swp.tpn, not eq ..,: . O 8 wickets for.., 98 innings declared closed.
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, FEB. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
THE W ,N rribee $bire Banner. WERRIBIEE. TRULtSDAYX, LEB. 2U, It is, the intention of the local branch, of the Peole's, Party ard the women's branch of the .same body to hold a. social, evening. at an. eaxly. date in the Werribee Mechanics' hall.. The contest between Labor and Liberals. will be a. keen one, both parties .put-. ting forth their best efforts to secure a win,. The hon. see. of the Werribee branch ;of the People's party wishos; us to re-. mind members that he will be pleased to receive their subscrip tions, Acertajn amount of coin wilt be necessary to meet; necess ary expenses, in connection with the forthcoming, electionl and it is just: a'i\ell to have it'iinhand. before` the battle commnences: The annual subsepition is, five shillings, but a. nIember can con tribute.any sum. he likes towiards Wihat: is. called the fighting funid Send. along ysourz _che tri` t h'ol'e honn sec. as soon as ppshble , .,. . One 'of the,-questions .which should be. asked the candidates at ...
HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 February 1913
HUMOUR. &nbsp; Little Girl (who has been taken by her Uncle to an aeroplane meeting for the first time) : Uncle, do you think they will ever get to heaven on those machines ? Uncle (facetiously) : Not by going up, my dear ; more likely by coming down ! A cook has been going round a sta- tion in the south of India with the following "character," and is some what surprised he is not engaged :— "Abdul has been my cook for three months; it seems much longer. He leaves on account of ill-health—my ill-health." "The time will come," thundered the Suffragette orator, "when wo- man will get a man's wages." "Yes," sadly muttered a man on the rear seat ; "next Saturday even- ing."
THE REAL CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
'1'HE REAL CHANGE. T'he laIte Dr. Lawson Tait, of Bir minghanm, was well known for his blunt speech and abrupt manners. "You talk too much, woman !" lhe once remarked to the wife of a pa tient. "Give the man a chance." "What ! Me talk ?7" shriekedl the Inady. "Why, I'm an quiet Is In moune nll day long. Yotu can ask any of the neighbours and they'll tell you what a-" "Matters have reached this. point, madam," interrupted the Infamous snur gcou, "your hushand has too chnncin only." "Two chances, you say, and-" "'He may die, or you may, maduam -that'e his real chance I" blurted the doctor as he pnnsed out and shut the door after him.
FUMIGATING RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
FUMIGATING RABBITS. A New South Wnles farmer has originated oalsmple system ol rabbit umnigation, for which he clims fair success. A demonstratlion 'as re rently given. A warren, measultring t2 x 5. feet, was tackled. A fire was ighted at one of tire main barrows, ond the services of n large rotary lower, mounted on an old poison eart., al connected with n Ilexible tteel pipe, were brought into play. rhe pipe was laid into bhe centre of the fire, and the rotary fan set to work. An the big pipe stimulated the lIre, which was composed of wood rnd cow-dnog, an immense body of nmoke was generated, antd propelled through the connecting burrows. All tento were then elosed op. After separate fires had been flrer at all main openings, and -every rabbit hole elosed, a Journey was made to an other warren. It was pointed out that oceasional fumigating, like oc easional poisoning, was inadequate. rho burrows must be tnspected, and trented afresh whern reopened. With his method there is rarely a...
CROQUET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
CROQUET NOTES. A match between four ladies "from the Corio club, Geelong, and four ladies of the Werribeo club was played at Worribee, on Wodnes day the 19tl .inst. Three games were played of which Worribee won two, The fourth game was un finished. At the conclusion of the dity's play, the Werribeo plan ors were leading by 18" points. The ladies who played for Corio were Mesdames Bowan, D'Helin, Cruicl shank antd Miss Gibson.. Woerribee was represented by Mesdames 'lAifobe, nr*iDoruurirsfy saed Agar. r... The doubles" handicap tourna ment will begin on Saturday next at 1 p.m., when Mrs Manly and Mrs Dunning- will play Mrs M'Donald and* Mrs. Bayleoy The time for entry for the other events of the tournament has been, exten dod to 6 p.m., on Saturday next,. let Marc~- The match, with Auburn Heights which: was ar ranged for thoe 26th inst., has been postponed until after the Windsor tournament.
WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
WERRIBEE TENNIS" CLUB. The followiig teams have been chosbn for Saturday, :st prox: W'erribee A, at Little River-Mes dames Walkei and Troup; Misses Currie, McAliece, McDonald and L. Beamish ; Messrs. Baker, Walker, Sewell, V. Taylor, Rev, J. 'Currie and N. Kendall. Werribee, B at Metro. Farrm:-Mrs. Currie, Misses S. Currie, Rowan, Sewell, Bolwell.. and O'Brien, Rev. L. Cecil, Messrs; Buxton, 'Gosney, l'yzaclr, Bolhell and Rowan.
Copyright. HIS FATAL MARRIAGE, OR, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. PART 11. CHAPTER XXVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
Copyright. -HIS - FATAL MARRIAGE, - OR, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. ---+---- By MAURICE SCOTT, Author of "Broken Bonds," "Tracked by Fate," 'The Pride of the Morays," etc. PART 11ii. CHAPTER XXVII.-(Continued.) "You came here and follnd us is l tight corner," pursued Mrs. Varney ; "o 'therwiso I tell you plainly, you'd never have stayed in my house unless I'd known more than t do what you have been doein' the past year or two. You could ha' been umarried twice over, for anything I know." "Well, my coming has helped you round the 'tight corner,' at any rlte. Bella," replied Adeline, with a touch of insolence. "And if my illness has given you trouble you didn't bargain fort rest assured I shall compensate you very handsomely after Iam mar ried. And If you-will -only have 'the gootd taste to leave Mr. Homfrey and myself alone together, so as to give him an opportunity"- "To give you the opportunity of landing the fish you have hooked, you mean," Interrupted tilla. "Tell me one thing, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
SEWING MCIICNESS A Good Sewlng Machlne Pays for Itself! Oon't pay a fancy price for your macohinel VARD TIROS. ell direct to yout at the lowest pos iblc price--pay free!ght to your statiton, and Aeesolutely gunrallnce their talsehire? for 25 years. yeo aee't do betterthet tllat--ald you ecan't get -better tllthelleefor love or money.- Write for illuetrated Catalog--eot tree. htaechlhee o all mnutreeepireet, 'Needlesad Pur-alupplied eor any sMachine. -36-38 ERROL STREET,' When yot are not sewnlg the .NDropheRTd"I MchELBOURN me splendid tabtle, ud the mfthln? It etf it nhet say out to the reacb ci. tie dutl tnd the children. WARD B .fLe"Drophetd" oati Potndn lent thae others, reight" 1Aed to your ctaton. Wftte to.-d teor tIllutrete ot tting telling yoe oens hnes o ta~nI othn re.irgh Nendles and Parts upplled tor say MYchin? 31.38 ERROL STREET, * NORTH MELBOURNEL HOOPER & GO., FOR TAILORING, COSTUMES, &c We aim at Comlsplete atiSl?ictlOUn to our Gentlemen (Juae tomers, ...
METROPOLITON FARM TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
O1!Zi'tiU5'ULt'VO.iN k'AR Jl rFLNS OLUB3. Tho above mentioned team moot oVerribee. B teamu on the Frrmn ,onrts. next Saturday. Tile Farm will be represented by Misses Grigg, Dredge, Sarah Lowman, Mary owman. and Messrs West,. Morri ;on,. Wateorson and I?eaney. Play starts at 3 p.m. sharp. Mr. leanoy hla kindly donated a rophy for a gents handicap singles nd the football club have donated nother trophy for a ladies1 handi ap singles. Both prizes are .first class raoquets. The. draw is as follows : Mliss Grigg, owe 30 v Mliss Dredge, we 15. Miss Rowan,, owe 15 v frs. J. Unwin, sor. Miss S.. Low ann,eor v Miess I. West,' reo-.30;: isas. M.LIowainan, orv Mirs; Wos o 30. Miss L, Grigg,,- owe 15 v'. iss-Maggle Lownman, roe 15, Midss C, Phillippe, reo 30 v Miss J. Morri on, roeo i0. Mrs. Kyle,. reo 30 a iass N. West, reo 30. Miss F; Low nan,, roc 30 v Mrs. Engebritsen rec 0.. Mrs Philippe, roe 330 v Mrs *all, roe 30. Mrs Taylor, roo 30, a yo. Messrs 0. A. Kyle, sci v G. Demp sy, rec 15. J....
LAVERTON TENNIS CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
LAVERTON TENNIS CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. SIR,--Kindly grant, me space in your paper that I may correct any false impressions that may have been created by your cor respondent's contribution re the Laverton Tennis Club as per your issue of the 20th inst. For the sake of clearness-I wil as sume that the writer is one of the male members, of the club.. In the first case he seems, to, have anl axe. to grind, and. a de-. sirc to grind it at the expense ofi about, sixty club supporters.- It; must be evident to all who read his- vaporings that there ,is a. ,muddy .current flowing undersa deceptive surface: *,*As Qej l acquainted with every detail of the club's: business, I desire to, contradict flatly his contentions that there is a dissension among its .members. -Instead- of con-. fining himself strictly to.facts.he. has allowed, a wicked imagina- tio.n.to run amok with him. A. glance at his article reveals -.two, things-a lengthy eulogy of the. late secretary and a short "con-; demnation of ...
WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1918 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
.WERRIlEE SiIIRIE COUNCIL, SATURDAY, FIBUUARY 2S, 1918 Present--Crs. Boamish (President, In the chair), and Canny, McMur ray, Shaw.. Johnston, Combon, Sexton, Volent, Robinson, Browne and Troop, CORRESPONDENOPI . From A. J. Ozanne, M.P., re late positage at \Verribeo railway station, stating that he had endeavoured to have more satisfactory arrangements made with the. following result: That the box will be placedr in ,a more:ceontral sltuation. The only advantage. this would have is thitt the clearings by the 8.52 a.m. and F. 4S.'p m. trains would: not take - i?f.?? \ It is tbeso cloaring, byJ.thl 'railwVay': officials that. roqmro .tilei p:iymeit of a late foe. The cleaor ings made wouild bbe 8 a.m., 12 50 p.m., 7.30 .in.--Or. Trooup moved that Mr. Ozannio be wxvitten to stating the Council objects to the itlosing of the letter box at the rail way stietion, anid that a lotter pillar be placed under thie town lamp. Siboonded by Cr. Cmlben. From Public Ijeo1lth DIeparztment, .stting ...
OUR ABSURD RATES TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
OUR ABSURD RATES th TO TUIE EmTORs, SIR,-It may.borusaid, without fear of contradiction that, the system tl of rating on unimproved values of fl land is one of the very greatest leg. a islativeo successes ever. achieved in New South -Wales. Prior to 1907 there was no system of local govern ment in the state outside the muni- o&lt; oipalities, which covered only a a small area. The not established 134 a shires, whose powers of rating .were confined.to rating on land values. t1 So far as existing municipalities c were concerned, at the time, it was decided to allow an ojtion, so that e the ratepayers could please them solves. Piroviously the State had col- "t, lectei a lardT value tax of.orue penny in the. pound, but it alloted anen exemption of £210 The right to collect that penny, but t without exemption, was handed over to coun cils. Asa set-off thelcounoils had to take over certain expenditure hitherto incurred in'tlseir redspective areas by the Governirent. C The State Go...
ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
ENQINaR 'S RIMPORT. During the month labor has boon out. played on general repairs on Dallan, Sayers' Dan's and Iulban roads, and on drainage works near Footscray, and in Wotton Street, Worribco.-Received, T. B?rdon's contract for conslruction at Exford will be completed to~day, as will also J. Mlillor's contract for clearing road at Exford.-R-Ieoivod. Tihe splls for maintenanco metal un dcr contracts in hand are nearly all out, and crushing will commence on Monday noxt.-Reocived. Noticos cautioning persons from inter fering with trees on Cobbledick's Reserve will be posted at that place next week, --Roceived, - ATE COLECrTOR's REPOR. Hlave collected the following monies for tltd mohth of Fobruary, viz:-urrent, :rates, .C97, 17 1;'d-;. arrears, 7.i By9d l intcredt,. 1u's.-4d. Total, tl41O.8?: 10d. Pai foees, 0185 10 ;. Jnterest 2s 8d.. Dog fees to date, .2. t?-ttos collected for prcsent year, 6l56t 153 8d.' Thi eollections, while not quite as good as Inst ysar's, are btetter for thi...
ENCOURAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
ENCOURAG~M~NT?. In a recent local election, a certain tradelnanu, enthusiastie on heballf of one of the candidates, got his notes mixed. "I am, I am, I am," he kept on repeating to fill up a painful mo mtent of personal embat'rasRment. "Never "med the fam, gIv'nor,"- shoutied somebody from the back ; "we're waitin' for the tongue I" One day Douglas Jerrold and Henry Compton were viewing the pictures in the Gallery od tilustratiou. On entezing the anto-room they found theoielve in front of a large minrror "Look at that picture," said Comp ton, pointing to his own reflection. "Very lne," said Jerro'il, regard ing It intently. "Wants hanging, though I" The Clergyman : "Now, canl any one tell me what are the sins of omission ?" Small Boy: "Yen, sir. They are the ins we ought to have done, and haven't." "Well, hero I am," announced tihe rashionablel physiciann, in hie breezy way. "And now, what do you think is the matter with you 7" "Doctor, I hardly know," murmutr ed the fashiouable pat...
A WOMAN'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
A WOMAN'S REVENGE. The fifth performanco of lMaurico 3urald's dramatic company was greeted on Friday evening last with a full house. ?hr..Gorald has 'quite uaugl th.eepeople'atastl o>;D Werri boo, no other company withinl our knowledge.has had such a continued success. "' A Woman's Rovenge". was much appreciated. as .one had A good laugh from start to finish. Mr. Gerald was in his element as old Dad, who was fond oE his beor. H-o kept the audionco in good Iumor, and was ably supported by his fine company. Mr Gerald will again appear, to-morrow oven. ing, Friday, February 28th, in Wil liam Anderson's sensational drama " When London Sleeps" No doubt another bumper house will greet the company on his sixth up poetralnc, to-morrow evening.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
oWe carry very full stocks in all lines of Mens' and Womens' FOOTWEAR-from the cheapest worthli your while to buy, to the specimens of-the world's leading manufacture. " Our prices are right, our styles are right and our methods are right--we deserve your Trade'for all these reasons and 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 in support. @' " TYZACKI & CO., "The Corner.'" PERFECT COOKERY WITHOUT DRUDGERY , A `; . . ... . ........ ... . OIL eiTO .' E. ".. S1O.LD A'l The Werribee Parm r' Co=operative Society's Stores1 $QMP, OF ITS POINTS . 1, Being portable can be placed where ever you l1rk 2. Saves wood chopping and carrying of coal.. 3. The heat is under complete controL.. 4. You have no big firo to attend to. Will cookr the most elaboTate meal perfectly., Cheaper, than gas, Quicker. than wood, Cleaner & better than coal, :.-,,, d.our kitchen is alwaysscooh IF YOU LOV...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 February 1913
Scovell and Spur g, "T'E CORNMER, -·i&lt;?i;?!7i. R* - ?? ?o?.?R. Havejandod a lovely stock of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRING SUITINGS from 42s., BOATES, Iatesot saiapes, 3s 6d to6s 6d. SNEW SHAPE BOXERS. & FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles, SWEATERS to button close at neck. : ,:T?::ENNIS SHIRTS Br warm weathor. ¶ ES, SQOKS; -.BRAOIEand everything a man. iwanis tU-wetW at TSIE -RIGHIT PRICE. i,500 Ties at9d., worth Is. and is 6d, to prove we are .THE"TIE KINGS. rToys. "oy flow does .t " his- ° - i . nn " CITY PRICES AT THE "Banner" Book Store. BRUNNING'5 SEEDS. :•.st /CCiY~-;~ . _ LEADS THE WAY FOR ..Quality, Purity and Germination. Horticultural Sundries Our Great Speciality-- LUCRN WALL'S HOTEL, (NEAR RAILWAY STATION) p_ V E: I3 B E . -3 (Under New Management). First-cIass Accomodatiol; Wines, Ales d Spirits of the Best Brands. Good Stabling. Horses and Buggies on Hire. D. CANNY, Proprietor. . First Prize Buggies, Phcetons, Road Carts, Waggons, , is 1 ?? ?l ??tCARRIA...