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WERRIBEE CROQUET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 6 March 1913
WERRIBEEI CROQUET CLUB -The Doubles Handicap..Tourna ment was held last SaturdiaymI and was won. by Mr. Rowan andmMiss Troup. . The Singles Handicap ivill be played on Saturday next,, the 8th .inst. The following.is the .result of the draw--Mrs. -Beamish, biye;,h rs. Walter v. Mrs TaylorpMrs Melieron 'v.'Mrs -McDonald ; Mrs Bayley: v. Mr. McDonald ; Miss.Troup.v. Mrs. Manly; :Mrs McMurray ;v. 'Mr Rowan; Miss Ourrie ;bye; Miss O'Brien, bye. Play will .begin at one. o'clock sharp on four lawns.
MAURICE GERALD'S COMPANY WHEN LONDON SLEEPS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 6 March 1913
MAURoiCE ERALD'S CUMPANY .WHEN LONDON SLEEPS. Another full hlouse greeted Mr. Gerald and his company on Friday evoning last when the above great play was staged. Mr. Gerald has staged a varisty of plays here and each one sooems better than the other, but' the production of ' When London Sleeps" was per laps one oE the'"- best; Both Mlaurice Gerald and Miss Rhodes wore seen to advantage in the eading rolis, well backed up by his really.. first class company. Tbe scenery was splendid, especi ally: tho lock bridge ,which' was equal to .nnytbing1,;Been in the metropolitan. thedtres.p Tomworr.ow. evening, Friday, Mr. Gorald .will slite anoth 'r o"f aed;tHolt's great play. onlitled .." :The Crimes of Lohdon,"- beautiful. scenery is promised anid a tip top poerformance.. Satnrday evening, March 8, Mr. Gorald and his Company will pay visit to' the Metropolitan Farm and stage East Lyne.
Copyright. HIS FATAL MARRIAGE, OR, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ARROW. PART 12. CHAPTER XXX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 6 March 1913
Copyright. --HIS- FATAL _MARRIAGE, h OR, THE MARK OF THE BROAD ti ARROW. l +--- By MAURICE SCOTT, Author of "Broken Bonds," "Tracked by Fate," I "Thu Pride of the Morays," etc.. PART 12. t CHAPTER XXX.-(Continued.) "Good afternoon, sir," said Jim, putting a hold front on the matter i in consideration of its extreme im portance to the individual whom he addressed: "I hope you will pardon I the li irty I've taken In waiting for sh you here, but it's necessary I houlll:l speak with you on a matter of very n urgent business, and not knowing ce your town address"- il "You must excuse me, Mr. Varney, n but I have important affairs to see u to before tour o'clock," said Hugh, ai with quite dignity, "and it is now ii half-past three, I regret I cannot Li spare time for disctussion." "Then you will allow me to await the completionll of youc- buslneas " it pursued Jim, undauntedly. ''I wouldl prefer you postpone.l the object you have in view to aI more convenient sccasolon," repliedi Hugh, I ...
WERRIBEE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 6 March 1913
WERRRIBEiE AGRIOULTU1 tAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the above. society was hold on Monday even ing last. - Mr. John. Ball (president) in the oldair. The secretary ithanked the mem bers for sympathy shown him and his family during his receut illness. Owing to many subscriptions not having beoo sent in he was unable to bring in a balance-sheet' Which would show a' credit balance. Theo sibscriptions received from Mel bourne were not as, satisfactory as last year. Probably, when the bal ance sheet, was -prepared it would show. cr.edit, of between ,25 and 430, and suggested" that the- con sidoration ,o. the "bilance-sheet be postponed for a month. The sug. gistion was agreed to. SOn a ballot the following were elected members of the counnil: -John Ball, A. J. McDonald, P. McMurray, Jas. Bill, A. Dunning, J. Shaw, A.. D. Rowan, 0. 'Troup, F. Cayley, W.. COrawford, W. Agar, Dr. Manily, A. Thompson, P. Hickey, D. Ranu, A. Stewart, T. Harrison, J, H. Wood. Hitherto it has been the custo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 6 March 1913
1I ' Big: Bargains. in Footwear We carry very. full stocks in all lines of Mens' and Womens' FOOTWEAW-from-tbhechapest worth 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:fronm the first pur.hase you nlakc. The value we give assures this-and here are a few proofs in support. ','1 .TYZACK, & CO., "The Corner." speci?ý ANNOUNCEMENT. The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society, STATION? STREET, WERRIBEE. Beg to annopuaco that they have re-commeueed- =i Business in their usual 'TP-TO-DATE STYLE ' GRAIN STORE (Opposite old premises.) Fire having destroyed all goods, we have re-stocked with. Brand New Goods of the finest quality (ALL YOU, WANT AT LOWEST PRICES.) GROCERIES, HARDWARE, PRODUCE, MACHINERY REQUISITES, GEORGE FARMER'S HAMS and BACON, Etc. HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN FOR ALL PRODUCE ORDERS C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 6 March 1913
Scovell and Spurting, THE C0.NERi 1 + avol o" lovelytc of NEW SPRING GOODS.' SPfRING SUITINOS from 42s, BOATERS, latest shapes, 3s 6d to 6s 64d Sr NEW SHAPE BOXERS. a' FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close at 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 EKIN-S. Toys. T'oys flou does .~ liike. Y.- ·".O .E SCrI CITXY PRICES AT TIlE "Banner"- Book Store. BRUNNING'5 SEEDS. LEADS TIE WAY TFOf Quality, Purity_ and Germination. Horticultural Sundries s Our Great Speciaity..mLUCERNE : WALL'S HOTEL, (NEAR RAILWAY STATION) -W E R I BE E. -- (Under New Management), .'irst-cass Accomodatiot,, Wines, Ales d Spirits of the Best Brands. Good Stabling. Horses and Btrggies on HIiro. "D CANNY, Proprietor. First Prize Buggies,`' .:. " Phctorns... S Roiad Carts, Waggons, F CARRIAGE FU .LDUU. *and IMPGRTERS, No.-187 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE' S:k...
WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 6 March 1913
WERRII3EE TENNIS OLUB. " On Saturdiay last Woriibee A and Worribee B played matches against the Little River and Metro Farm Oluts;' At LittlelRiver,-the A team won, Atfter a closee contest, by two fames. White .t the Metro Farm B team -had an .easy.- victory; the match concluding by.seven sets to ones - The draw for the Gents' oham pionship will take .place to-morrow and :the tourirament will be started on Saturday next., Ae a aarge r un-u " her of entries. have been,-received for "this tournamout, some exciting contests should result. The Club's pavilion will very .shortly be coim-. pleted, and will no douibt proyo a'. great boon to the iuombers,
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 6 March 1913
-l(erribe $bsire Ba-iner. WERRIlIEE, THURSDAY, MAROH 0 At a.moeting of the? Vitorian Provincial PIess -Ass6clatioii:herd. J recently the followiiig' resoluition was unanimously carried:-' "That in view of the restrictions imposed upon nepaper-, propri etors by the Commonnvealth Elec toral Act, coupled with the fact that the great majority of replies received in response to.the execu tive council's enquiries favors a charge being made, .this meeting hereby resolves that one shilling per inch he charged for" the pub lication of the. report of all Com monwealth election meetings". To-morrow (Friday) evening the great sensational drama, The Crimes of London will be pro aduced in Werribee; A special feature will be a. scene showing ? London by night, and the River Thames. Children attending the a State and R.C. school will be ° admitted for sixpence.. Subdivisional plans of about 5000 acres of the Werribee Estate have been prepared by. the Water Commission, . and the land will ° be made ...
DRESS OF JAPANESE BRIDES. WHITE WORN FOR PART OF THE CEREMONY, BUT FOR A STRANGE REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
DRESS OF JAPANESE BRIDES. -4----- WHITE WORN FOR PART OF Tlli?; CEREMONY, BUT FOR A STRANGE RgABON. Brides of Japan follow the sams custom which prevails in the Western world, that of wearing white at the wedding ceremony, at least, during i part of it. But the significance at tachedl to the choice of this colour is quite different on the two sides of the world. The Japanese bride is dressed first in resplendent garments of white silk, the sleeves of the costume usuially he ing about three feet in length, while the salh, an Important feature, mnla sures about eleven feet in length. But white, as the "Oriental Revi-w' replains, is the mourning colour in Japan, and the bride, leaving her parents' housne considers herself dead In the sense that she will never re turn alive. preferring death to di vorce, and in consequence wearing a white costume. After the exchange of cups of sake with the bridegroom, which is the most important part of the wedding ceremony, the bride changes her cos t...
THE LADY WHOSE HUSBAND WANTED HER HOME. AN EPISIDE OF THE WORK OF A GENERAL REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
THE LADY WHOSE HUSBAND WANTED HER HOME. ---4 AN EPISIDE OF THE WORK OF A GENERAI., REPOR'rER, Thr managing editor of a daily paper is a pretty important man, and the bigger thile paper the more important he is. He is like the gen eral of an Army, and his word is law. His judgment is virtually he. yond appeal. IIls orders most I;e obeyed 'anqles tioningly , and when he deigns tr give them in person to a common everyday reporter tile effect is allout the same as if Napoleon the First hiad told ia soldier of the lile to stog a Germanll Army Corps all by him. sell. He would try to do it, with out counting the consequcnces. There isn't a reporter il tile world who, if his managing editor told him to go to Sinam and bring Iback ans ether white elephant to put in tht fllow window of his newspaper office, would not start right off to catch the first possible steamer, relying up on tile necessary money for expenses being sent after him some way or other; and you may therefore ihe lieve that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
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THE BLESSED CHARM OF FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
THE BLESSED CHARM OF FISHING. What, a merry lottery is fishing I amnl ni gambler, only a week or two ago tile green cloth in the quiet Casino at Cannes, the spinning wheel in thile gorgeons saloons at Monte Carlo left me calm. But. the glorious lhazard of rod and flue I love. Skill counts for much, let I have caught pretty trout any where between Corsica and Canada, though my skill with the fly-rod Is less than that, of some ladies with a hasmmer. T'erslstenc., as Sir Iklward Grey lirefers to call it, counts for more; yet I have made some of my beost baskets in my leanst patlent mood. But lck - oh ! Give nme luck and keep the . rest. You can fluke on a trout-streatm ns merrily an on a bil liard-table. A rchance fly, taken hap hazard from the old priskin hoolk, when all the lornl patterns are fea tooningl alders and willows along the bank, will roIuse thie trout to very depravity of appetite. A carless cast missing by no more than an inch tile mlilI antd foolish face of a cow in the ...
AN OLD-FASHIONED JOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
ANL OLD-FASHIONED JOCKEY. - +---- By E. H-. O9opr, Author of "Mr. Blake of Newmarket,' Tile simple, straightforward ques tion is," said Mr. Josiah Cartwright to his wife, "shall my horse win this race, or not ? If he is to win it, the Jockey who rides him must be kept in a good temper, anti tile two jockeys who are riding Lady Folly and Elli man must be kept in a good temper, too, otherwise they'll heat hint. Ei ther of them could leave himnt stand ing still over any distance, at anlly weights." "It seems to tloe sometimes," said Mrs. Cartwright, "that Iit would Itake far less time and trouble to win a race honestly now and then. At this kind of business Marian and Olive and I, tas well as you, are workingt like gilley-slaves fromt morning till night, and the result can't be lmuchl more profitable than if you trained a horse to gallop faster than thell others. Did you hear what old .ere miah l3ayham was telling me last night about the time his son was run in for musrdering a shopmit...
WERBRIBEE FARMERS' PICNIC TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
WERBIRIBEE FARLMEMRS' PICNIC TO Tll EDITOR. SIR-I notice in theI "Banner " of 27/2/13, under your news items, a par containing the following: 6 "Many. 1Verribee residents who patronised the farmers' picnic on the 13th inst expressed dissatisfac tion at the arrangements made." This is rather a sweeping charge and reflects on the managing com mittoed and oflicials, vliich canniot be allovwed to pass unchallenged. No complaints of any description were made to the committee, overy one expressing satisfaoti6n with all arrangemulnts. Theo old saying " fault-finders are many and workers few " aptly applies in this instance. There are always a superior few who call always dobeotter than the Sother follow, but when put to t1?e test, - generally make'-a complete botch of' ivhat-2thoy take-utpi t.I, wou : ld also remii\li the -dlssatiSlied ones that the committee of the Woer' ribeo farmers' picnli is not an ex clusive body and can be approached at any time, on all mntters. Any sensible and rea...
ARRAH-NA-POGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
ARRAH-NA-POGUE. : On .Saturday evening next a benefit to "St. Andrew's: R.C. school will be given by Mauric Gerald, when the above beauti ful Irish drama will be stage with Maurice Gerald as.Shaul,f and Miss Rhodes as Arrah., l'hie following songs:-" The Wearing of the Green," " Killarney,".and "The Dear. Little Shamrock" will be rendered during the'even ing. "Arrah-na-Pogue" is, per haps, the best of the late Dion Boucicault's=Irish dramas.- It is full of sensational and pathetic developments and never fails to draw a large -house. Maurice Gerald will be- the "'Shauin," bubbling over' with' wit :and humour one moment, :anrd. the next. full of heartfelt' pathos. He' quite gets away from .the stage Irishman that is so, often seen in our theatres and which offends against all the canons of good taste. Mr. Gerald -.gives' a true and .playful delineation 6f the national- character.. No doubt. sons of Erin's Isle will: cordially welcome, this ,correct -inimersohi tion, whilst to all othe...
THE CHARGE OF THE HIGHLY PAID (NOBLE £600.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
THE CHARGE OF THE HIGHLY PAID (NOBLE £600.) (With apologies to Tennyson, and the parodist, Mr., Douglas Buchanan.) Half the week, half the week, Half the week absoient, That's how they do their work Earn their six hundred. "Oharge to the funds," Andrew said " Speooehes you've never mada, ' Billiarids and golf you've played · O,?iOr days are numbered'. . " Forward the Loot Brigado." Was there a man dismayed ? Not thougil the whole lot know Someone was plundered. Theirs not to make reply, Theirs not to reason why, Theirs but to wink the eyeo Into their pockets went All the six hundred. IlI. Scandal to right of them, Scandal to left of them, Conscience in front of them Volleyed and thunderad. Blindly their votes they sell, Then in a mass poll-mell Off to the country troop (" Curse that division bell I"). Noble six hundred Iv. Flashed all their barrels there, Flashed in the autumn air, This was the fruit that's rare Touring the country while Taxpayers wondered. Thus ended Fisher's joke,...
WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. ,On. Saturday two matches will he played on the Worribee courts .when Werribee A meet Metro Farm and Werriboe B meet Little River. The following teams have Leen eohosen :--VWorribee A, Meedames Troup and .,allcer, .Misses Currie, M'Ahece M'Donald and Tinkler. Rev J COnrrie, M~eearslaker, Canlder, ICendall,Soawell aipl VWalker. W\Vr rilbee B, Roe. L. Oell, Meosrs. B3z ton, Gosney, if.a Dpatd, 1owan, Mid Trziiilr. Mroe Oi'rrle, n',MleFsso 8. Ourrie, Bolwell, dO'Ibiion, Rowan, and Sowell. All lady .memters are reqeested to bring refreshments. The dtraw for the Gents singles cham pltonshp,. first rohns to n he com pleted Saturday March 22nd, re sulted' s follows:``-Mr. Bolwell v Mr. W. Comben; Revo. J. Currie v Mri.P. Didlor.; Mr. Calder v Mlr. Mr R. Walker; Mr, FComben v Mr Evans; Mr R. Lucas v Mr Jones; Mr C. 'yzack v Mr. Sly ;~ MrW; Baker Y Mr..Gosney; Mr..Sewell v Mr A. Comben ; Rev L. Ceoil v Mr Bux ton. Matches t conilt'of two out of three games. .All} matche...
THE CENTRE RIDING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
TIhE CENTRE RIDING. TO THt SDITOi. Slt,-Being a resident and rate payer of the Shire of Werribee for many years and one of the many ratepayers who stipported the re-sub division of the Shire thought the creation of another riding would certainly be a great advantage to the township, as the riding would have throe representatives with only a small area to command their atten tion, whereas the representatives of the old Est _.riding liad a tre mendous amount of territory to look after, Even a visitor making a casual call at the town cannot but be struck with the backwardnoss of a town 60 years of ago and eituate in the suburban radius. While .I do not think one should be too quick in rushing into print to ,publioly orititise mien who are giving their time and serving the public without anin fee or rwvard, other than the honor of having) their envelopes addreseed Councillor so-and-so, yet after hearing so much of the old council having "done so many things they should not havo :done an...