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PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
FaJA4SUiN, iltwIE, a.11LTUi & U'S REPOultu, Peatrsoi, Rowe, Siith and Co. sold 392 crosabred and merino, Broken Rivoei, to 21/5; 301 nmrino, Jas. HoAire. Hoare-park, to 17/3; 2.19 crossbred and merino, John ltyan, Littlu River, to 17/6'; .232 iherino, J. Canning, Tunga nmli"at 15/9 ; 2-10 merifo, 'Alf. Smith, Strathtnlloch. at 14/3; 221 orossbred, T. B. Loft,. Melton; 209 wethers, Mrs C.* Macleod, Talisker, crosshredA 22/ and 21/9, merinoos 106; 201 owes, P. Clohesy, Curyo- to 22/(, averaging 18/; 20-1 merino, tW. Murray;- Worribo, at 13/, few .aeconds 10/2- 190 crossbred and snrino W; F. Vale, Mt. Martha, to S12/; aty .R..': OPu:k-,- along; crossbred 1/7 and 17/, ..uwe 12/11 anld 11/2; 162, H. Ashmoro, Chirel hnrst, 2-tooths at 13/, owves at 12/9; 102 mnerino, Altonn; 129 .owes, Patk. ,'Oarthy, RBoclford, crosSbreds 1410, merinoao 11/9; 128 nerino. 'Sinclair iros., Arcadia, to 13/2; .14 merino, L. C. Horloy, o enalla, at 13/6; 321 merino and crossbred. J. H. Poverll, Charlt...
FOOD IN WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
FOOD IN WATER. It sounds paradoxical, but for men and animals water is the chief food. The ave age amount of food eaten by a human being is six pounds daily and of this no lofewer than four and a half pounds is liquid. Every article of food contains a large percentage of water. Melons, for instance, Con tain R9 per cent. A pound of grain is the eqiuivalent of two tons of water used by the growing of the wheat, and a pound of beef thie equivalent of fifteen to thirty tons of water consumed by the ox chiefly in the form of food. Therefore, the adult who consumes 2001fb. of brend, -and. beet a yoar;=ac-. tually consumes something like a ton of water in drink. While the portrait painters of Eng land have increased enormously of re cent years, the photographers have grown at a yet quicker rate. Every man his own camera Is a simple the ory of life, which will soon be put into practice. That unfortunate crea ture known as a public man cannot leave his hone without being con fronted by i ma...
WERRIBEE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1913. (Before Mr. Jas. Browne, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
WVERRIBEE POLICE COURT. WeD:NeSDAY, MARlCH 12, 1918. (Before Mr. Ja.. Browne, J.P.) A lbort Jackson was charged with unlawfully wounding James Smith on February 13, 1913. Sub-inspector Westacott prose cuted. The acoused was unde fendod. James William Smith deposed: I reside at East Geolong. Last month was iii a boardinug honuo; in, Geelong. On the night of that date" accused stopped at the same place. Accused said, " I can get you a job at Woerribee at my uncle's place, and will pay your fare." Next morning took:train to Wa'ribee with accused. When.vwe got to Wero'ibee accused said to met, ' Come ova ,; to the hotel and we will..have a drink;'" We- had a =lrinkl Acinseid tthen went to geo a:abed. for theitnighl... We thou went on our way'to the job at Jackson's farm; On tlie wayi we went into an empty house, anid frioni them we went on to anoth!er empty house. Accused then said to me, " Comein o in and we will have a smoke."' He asked me the lime and I told him it was eleven o'clock...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
DENSLEY & JOHINSTOIS REPORT At Newmarket on Tuesday Messrs Doenley and Johnston sold : Fat Sheep -\Vethors-240 comeback snd morino, McPhorson and Sons, ?uangarno; 112 crossbred and comeback, Thos. Pilking. ton, Mt. Eccles, viaLctngstha (2.tooths), to 18s Od; avg 16s; 112 crosabred and msrino, G. C. Troup, Cromer, Werriboo, to 17s, avg 15s; 110 merino, Ohas. Broadmore, Curruoubeone, Thurgoona, N.S.W.; 04 crosobred and comeb.ack, from IRockbank." Ewes--128' erosbred, H. Stabon, Poowong,.to 18s 11d, 'avg 18s 4d; 57 crossbred, G. Lt.,;Dobhon, ,IcEvoy's Loose Bag, Echuca, -toa . l, avg 18s 6d; 42 comoback and mdrlno, Mrs. Johnson, Pannoobamnawn,.o via Rochester, to 14s 04, avg 18s 10d; 40 crossbred and comoback, Johnson. Bros., Pannoobauawn, via Itchesater, to 17s 4d, avg 15sold. Fat Lambs-84 Johnson Bros., Pmuoobamawn, via Rochestor to 16s 6d, avg 15s ; 13, Mrs Johnson, Pan noobamrawo, via Rochester, at 153s.
ARCTIC COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
ARCTIC COLD. It is dillicult for the Itglishman to form any conception of the degree of cold represented by the 80deg. of frost sometimes experienced In parts of Russia. Sir Leopold:M'Clintock tells us ,how, In one of his Arctic ex peditions a sailor was foolish enough to do some outdoor work at precise ly this temperature. His hands froze and when he rushed into the cabin and plunged one of them into a basin of cold water, so cold was the hand that the water was instantly con verted into a block of ice. "At -25deg.,. Dr. Klane says, "the moustacho and under-lip form pendu lous heads of dangling ice. Put out your tongue, and it instantly freezes to this icy crusting. Your chin has a trick of freezing to your upper jaw by the luting aid of your heard. My eyes have often been so glued as to show that even n wink was unsafe." During a theatrical perfolrmance, given by the crew of his ship at an inside temperature of--3ideg., "the condensantion was so excessive that we could barely see ...
CRICKET. WERRIBEE v METRO. FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
CRICKET. 1VERRIBEE V MTRO. tARM. The above teams m niet' on the Werribee recreation reserve on Sat urday last. -The -ame resulted in a win far 'thbtomio teain by "28 runs. - £heFallwiv ngI tare lescaores: WERtI? B?BE. P. Didior, b D.ivi?e . ... . 7 W. Comben; b Davis .. .. 'i t. Boaniish.b Davis .:. .... A. Lavings. L.b w. Smith ... ... 16 A. Cnmbonea Smith ... ... ... If. inexton. b icky , .. ... I 7, WVterason, run out ' ... ... I. Robertson, not out - ...... 12 . Beamish, not out ... ...... rowvn, a Hickey .. .. O V. Gray a Hieckey ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... ... ... 8 81 METRO. FARM. rIarsohall, a and b Didior ...... O t. Northrope, c WVaterson, b Didler 4 I. Morrison, b Didier ... ... 8 H. Smith, a Didier, b Combon ... 7 3. Liddlo. b Comben .. ... ... 0 . Daris, b Combon . ... ...4 tvlo, b Combon ... ... 4 . Unwln, b Combon ... ..... A. iorrison, b Combon ... 0?.. . Lowman not out ... ... .. 5 lickey. b Comben ... . .. O Sundries. ... ... ..; ... 11 68
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
Big Bargains in FoOewear ;_ ---Wetca.rry 'Wyf"ll-stocks in all Mies of Mcns' and Womens' ' p FotWEAK-fri6ffhtheicheapest-worthl.your.wbile to buy, to the. Sspecimens of,the world's:ecading manufacture. Our prices are rigp.t, our styles are-right and bur methods are right-we deserve your, STrade 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. ' TYZACK: & CO., "The Corner." Speolai AN-?NOUNCEMElNT The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society, "STATION STREET,. WERRIBEE Beg to announce that they have re-commenced Business in their usual SUP-TO-DATE STYLE In premises;known as. the GRAIN STORE (Opposite old premises.):.. eFire h'vig-'diisrnFf i-d-aiigoods, -w6 have rcestock-odVwit Brand New Goods of the finest quality (ALL YOU.WANT AT LOWEST PRICES.) GROCEBIES, HARDWARE, PRODUCE, MACHINERY REQUISITES, GEORGE FABMEt'S HAMS and BACON, Etc. HIGHEST PRICE GI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
Scovell and i:purli THE CORNER, ... o 1`C 8 it .A.Y, Have? landed a lovely stocl of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRING SJITI1JGS from 42s. i" BObATERS latest shapes, 3s 6d to 6s6d. ,.SH.t=EBOXERS -. 8 FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close at neck. S TENNIS SHIRTS tfo warm'weither. - : TIES, SOCKS, BRACES,' and eiverything -a man wants to wear at TInE RIGHT PRICE.. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is. and is 6d., to prove we are S ITHlE TIE KIN GS. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. The Racecourse Hotel. FWERRIBEE. IRST-CLASS Accomodation 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 atthis .eslablishment. Fe8.H ISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HOR SS ON HIRE , -t.? .-.. .. .- E.E. BANKES, -:ýK -"~"w'-ý'"f . . _ ;.. }" - :;.->- rý.? -7 * ..-,.,,ý a .Mc.-P .--.oprietr...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
FE'DERAL ELECTIONS: : The F. edeail Ca'inut, .having de eidlod ti'at Sattni day, lMa 3lst, shalk be politig-day, the law reigardi g the lii ituti iin of. the aniounn of mouney which ca'·,iidti's mali sV pnd, anuto niatically camin into operatioin on Sat Snurday last. Tlhe . lederal Electoral Act pro scibes that,within oight weeks after the result of 1n13 oelection- has bInee :ledolaretdleaeh candid;ite must file a true return of his electoral expen ses. The tern- caindidat.. is defined i sinoludii n " any person who, with in three months before the lay of election, ofl.ra himself for eloolion as It memburd of the Senate or House of Represeniittives.' The dolinition is La very wide one, anI all possiblo ctndidates who may at .present be regarded only as" out for an airing'" may come under its operation. .No olectoratl exponese can be in curred by candidtlates oulside the fol lowing nmatters:-(a) Printing, ad ver. tieing, liubliasing,. issuing and di. tributing addretsea. by,the oatnd...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 18 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 13 March 1913
r S6 Banr i r. WiER?RIBEIr. TLIURSDAY., MARCHI 18 It is intended by the Werribee branch of the People's Party and the Women's branch of . the People's Liberal Party to hold a combined social in:the mechanics' hall at an early date. It is an ticipated that Miss. Eleanor Cameron, Dr. Carty Salmon, Mr. W. Kendall and Mr. A. R. Robertson will deliver addresses on the political situation. [Since the . .above was in.; .type we are informed that., a meeting of the lady members of .WVerribee branch of the People's. Liberal Party will be held in .:the. supper room of the Mechanics' 'Institute at three o'clock on Tuesday after noon next to arrange details in connection with the social.] It has been suggested that as soon as Mr. Fitzpatrick, Chair man of the Railway CommisGion ers, ieturns from his holidays another deputation should wait upon him asking for an early train" from Werribee. We ap prove of" going dii'ect to: the. Minister of Railways, and failing his approval, to ask Mr. Robertson...
ALL THE DIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
ALL. THE. lIFPHRINCI. Schomlmtress : "Johnny, I'm ab solutely ashamed of you. When I was your age 1 could road nas well as I do now." Johnny "Ahl, hut you had a dif-, ferent teacher to wot we've got." "My darling, you must be mine. I, yearn for you every day." 'Thbat's all right ; but what I want, to know Ie, will you earn for mea everyrray altee we are married 4'!"
HIS DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
Ill DUTY. A man from the country applied lately to a respectable solicitor for legal advice, After detailing the circumstances of the case, he was naked if he had nLated thti facts ex actly as they occurred. "Oh, ay, sir," rejoined the appli cant, "1 thought it beat to tell you the plain truth ; you can put the lies to it yourself."
A WELCOME STRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
A WELCOMiW STRANOGER. The other Hutntay morning an of feinl of a chbnpel near Durimm re marked to his wife upon returning tn el-,rosle?.c.? *Tere+ was a Itranger. at earvice this 'mornin'." ,.a".nt did he luck like 7" amc ifCl wife. "I don't know," was the answer. "I didn't see him." "Then how do you know he ias a etranger 7" "". found a two-hob piec in the collec tion." was the reply.
HAVE YOU A "HURRY-FROCK"? [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
HAVE YOU A "HURRY-FlROCK" 7 "Hlrry-frocks" I Have you ever hearir of them before 7 They are, it seems, designed to provide the mini mlum of time-waste, with the maxi mllm of elaborate appearance. They fasten rwith one button, and yet give the impression that the wearer ia sewn into them. Suppose that you, my dear lady reader, are lancklending the stove when your loance arrives. Naturally you are in your oldest clothen. Well, instead of feverishly tearing off your costume, and calling to your mother to tnlk to" Charles for an hour or two, you merely go upstairs, lift your hurry-frock over your ahoulders, and, having taken care to wash your hands, preus tile button. Therl youl gro downstairs, looking as thbough you'd spent all tihe morning dressing. Next, we shall be having hurry suits for men, and there would pro hably ib a ihig rdemami for them. A suit we could don as we rolled out of bed, half an hour late, would do a lot towardis soothing the Inaltor un rest, An outer garment whic...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
TENNIS.. On Saturday last' two matchoes wero played on tho'W\orriboeeCourts,, when Metro. Farmmeot. team anti: Littlt.1River played: B team. The. resul wase i victory for Little River sand: A, team, after some keenly, fought contests.. The ladies.are do deeerving of ape?lia thanks. for the. way in which they attended: to. the. refreshmolits. The nlub's.now padl-. lion isenow almost completed andi 'will be officially opened on. Satur day 29th inst.. hen: the trophies, for the Gentsi Doubles and mixedt doubles .will be prosentod. to. tho. winnere; The Gents' Singles Chami. pionehlp is now:, in,- progress, and,im - avokiengzmueh.intmeres- '
SOME STRANGE FOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
SOME STRANGE FOODS. If you go to New Caledonia or New Gulnea for your stunmer holidays there is it chance that you will have dishes of clay served upon your din ner-table. Odious as the idea lmay seem to lus, It is I fact that there are mane human belngs wbho lfeat on clay. Tranrelcrs in the Orient de clare that the yellow races are ca pecrially addictedl to the practice. After all, food is purely a matter of taste. 'The o skimoe delight in mice cooked in tallow. Then the Chi nese consider that alligators, mire, and rats form most excellent fond stuffs. A certain tribe of Indians in California thrive upon ants. On the Continent bultterflies are sometimes eaten. The Turkish enjoy goldfish, and in Japan a good deal of fish is eaten raw. Thie Soutlh American Indianna go hunting for catterpillara, kill them by criushing their heads, and then pack them carefully in grass until re quired for "table use." Some of the natives of Australia live largely upon the needs of diferent spectie of g...
CROQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
:* ROQUET: The final of the senglest handloap tournament took place last Saturday. afternoon when, Mr.. ML'Donald de-. feated MisaC urrio.. A team, of five ladies from: the Auburn hIeights Club played. a? match with the Werribe*- Club on, our lawne yestorday. Worribes. won throo.games.out -of four.., The, ,Worriboo playors. weroe. Meadames. M'Donald,. M'Murray,. BM'Alieoe, and. Agar. On.. Wednesday, 211A April,,two.teams.Aund B.from.Studr loy Park will play- corresponding: teams. from.- the Werribee. Club on. the lawme of the. luter.. f the. weather s fineh,,tho matches. ehouldi be very interesting,,.
A SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE STORY. HOW DR. LACASSAGNE, OF PARIS PICKED OUT AN ASSASSIN BY MEANS OF A FEW STREAKS ON A BUTCHER'S KNIFE AND A FOOTPRINT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
A SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE STORY. +--- HOW DR. LACASSAGNE, OF PARIS PICKED OUT AN ASSASSIN BY MEANS OF A FEW STREAKS ON A BUTCHIER'S KNIFE AND A FOOT PRINT. On December, 1, 1911, the Paris po lice found Jules Decasse, a retired shopkeeper, dead in the kitchen of his house at No. 22, Rlue Montmartre I)ecasse had been killed with a heavy butcher's knife. A charwoman was upstairs at the time, but she had hearted no one with Decasse nor had she knowledge of any one having en tered the house. She Identified the knife as one belonging to the mar dtered man. The police found nothing in their first examination to point to tile as sassln. Dr Ieosnnsagne, the famous criminologist, was sent for by M. Le pine, the Paris Chief of Police. "All that we have as evidence is this knife," said Lepine. "Unfortu nately, it is one of Decasso's and no gives nts no clue toward his murder er." Dr. Lacassagne went through .the Isleal procedure of photograplly and then Ibegan hIls examination of the floor. A flow...
LAVERTON TENNIS CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
LAVIERTON TENNIS OLUI3. To THe iI0TOR. Sm,l-No doubt many of the readers of your ipaper are somewhat at sea regarding the present con troversy re the Laverton, Tennis' Club, I will explain matters as briefly as possible. The secretary resigned her.position giving as her reasons that she was. charged with neglect. IIor letter ,,was coached in such terms tjiat hanyone or all the other members may. b guilty of- laying the chargo.siYour con tiibutor in the issue of February 20th mado statements which are un warranted inainiuations against the club, to gain his ends which primar ily seem to damage tho elub's repu tation and to shower glory, on .the late soee.qcary-y-tba Iaitter. probably me ino-hope that1somoa.of ite glory tight reflect directly or 'Iffliirecd? upon.himself. To his allegations " Fair Play" replied giving the true version of matters and when " Contributor" found that his calculations were upset and the bullet, which he fired at random had rebounded and wounded him sorely,...
HE WAS HANDICAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
11 WAS HANDICAPPED. Two anglers were comparinn notesi after the lday's sport,- and they suion began reountinn.e plt triumphs. . "1 onco caught a trout no long." said the tall one, measuring olf the length of one arm. "That's nothing. I once raugit pike no long," replied the nhort one, I stretchlng out. hoth arms. "Over in Norway I once cault nR salmon no long," went on the tall one, and lie, too, stretched out'hoth arms. ''Oh, it's no use my arguing with you !" nnid the short one, timning away in disgust. "You know yDn've got longer arms than I have.", "Is, mamma's good little lnequite ready to have his bath now ?" "Oh, maw, cut out the lodly goody busiiness I Wlhen a chais six years old It's time to take hin oiut of the klndergarten clans. II take my splash In ton tub when Ile had a cigarette." It wais the first night of Ile new Play. t "I say," remarked the ati?ir to the manager, "that scene-shlftl over there is it most peculiar looks fel low." \ "Yes, he's an soklmo." "An gkfimo ...