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ADVICE TO ENGAGED COUPLES. ADVICE TO THE YOUNG MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
ADIICE TO ENGAGED COUPLES. &lt; . _ • BY GEORGE RoUEY. ADVICE TO THIE YOUNG MAN. If you go for a walk, keep walk lug, ?Nhria r;h y.an.hann a nonutlo? tls subjct o'f WYomon's Sull'riie: Always let her imagine yon are hird up. (In ninety-nine csces out of every hundrol, this is, in all prob ability, true. Don't dress too'well ; be heat but negligo. By casual hints lot her know that this is not your: first love affair. ('This is iulportant, antd must be done nicely.) Always speak well of and praise your many lady victims. As to the question of presents, a itenny bunch of violets, given at the right time, is prized more than a diamond necklace. (When she gets to know you better be careful about offering diamond necklaces; they are apt to be accepted.) Always remember that you can never refer too many times to her good taste of dress. It is well now and heon to hint that you personally like her in sim ple dresses. (You are thinkitng, nat urally, of your own purse in case it coime...
ROTHSCHILD'S GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
At his house at (;unnelshury Mr. Leopold eRothsclhild whol is an en thusitntic Imnllteulr egrdener, has a wonderful display of horticulture, In which the .lap nese garden, prepared at. enormouls expense, is his especial pride. For this rnn;on when, on one ocasi?on, Ihe had been entertaining the apaneNse Anmnslnnadur t.o lunr and was rondceting his guest round his gardens, he kept it to the last. The Amlenssndor admired greenhouser anta gardens, and at tInt, after enre ful preparation, the .IJapanese garden was, so to speak, 'inburt open before him." lie held up his hnnds in enthlrinrni "Ah l" he eaid. "Wonlderful ! won derful ! ', have nothing like thin in Japan '"
WERRIBEE COURSING CLUB COURSING DATES FOR 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
*WERRIBEEIC COURSING OLUB COURSING DATES FOR 1913. Monnday, April 21. Wndnosday, Mtay 2t. Wednesday, June 25. Thursday, JulSy, 17; Friday, August 15. Thursday, September 11 The present Federal Government alhough unable to help the farmer has showu that it has the power to hamper him by infliating on him at ridiculous log of wages mand land taxation, and is now sooling incrons ed authority to enabloit to carry out its Tradtls Iall Soolalistio schemes at his oxpoenso.
AN INVASION OF RATS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
AN INVASION OF RATS. --4----- 'The damage done inll ngland by the rcomlmon rat tlo behenu itt times enor mous ; but it is a mere nlothing cotm pared with what is done in the noulln tnin regions of (Chillna, Buirnlh, and 'hiiet. by the creaturre called the tatlless rat, the llandicoot. They comle in tllollusands, and the country they travel over is soon clearedl of all crops. About the middle of liy,. 1877, an army of ubadicoots, many thousand strong, travelled from Weatern Chlillna to Khasia Hills, in India-more than i thousand ttinles-teitroying every thiing on their way, andl reducineg the unlulcky mountainteers to it compllete state of famine. In tact, the ticople were birought to sutch straits that t.hey l b t t n trllll tiheir tnrml ntllr rind kill niti Lt thetla. Should the hill-people get to know in time that the ralts are tarlchinog towards theml, they hurry oil to the Ilains at the toot oI tile moulntains, and buy or steal every cat and: kit ten tihes i n lay their hands on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
A i Big E3argains in Footwear We carry very full stocks in all lines of Sens' and Womens' FOOTWEARi-frot the cheapest nworth your while to buy, to the specimens of the world's leading manufacture. Our prices are riglt, 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 frout the first purchase you make. The value we give assures this-aud here are a few proofs in support. -. TYZACK & CO., "The Corner." Speoial ANNOUINCEMENT. The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society, STATION STREET, WERRIBEE. Beg to announce that they- have rSdconinxeuced Business in their usual UP-TO-DATE STYLE - In premises?kuown as the GPRAIN STORE S(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..: IIGHEST PRICE GIVEN ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
Scovell: and Spurling, THE CORNER, g... --a indobvely stock'of NEW SPRING GOODS.; SPItTh rStITINGS ifrbm 42s. ' BOATERS, latest shapes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d." ' So - NEW SHAPE BOXERS. 8& FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. S.WEATERS to button close at neck. 1 TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear at THE RIGHT PRIC"E. 1,500 Ties at9d., worth is. and is 6d., to prove we are THIE TIE KINGS. UNDER NEW MANAGEMIENT. -:0: The Racecourse Hotel. WERRIIBEE. FIRST-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 bebt brands of Wines, Ales and Spiritsare kept at this "establishment. --- FISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON HIRE E. E. BANKES, Proprietress. BRUNNING'S SEEDS. LEADS THE WAY FOR Quality, Purity and Germination. Horticultural Sundries:...
AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
AN APPEAL,. TO TIIE EDITOR.. Sir-We should. feel gratefu. I to you for publishing this letter.. The local company of senior cadets are holding a picture en-. tertainment in the Mechanics' Hall on Friday, 28th.March in aid` of funds for forming a gymnasiumn for members of the company. Perhaps the public would. like, to know (now- that they are try-. ing to add pleasure with work). how the drill part is. progressing.. Last year the company fired its: musketry course (40 cadets taking; part) and. when the points were. 'put against the: other companies; of our area, some. 100 strong,, Werribee came out on. top.. There were no prosecutions; against any members of the com-, pany nor were any cadets found, inefficient in their drill. at the end; .of the year. The company did not compete in, the recent. Battalion Competitions; at Geelong- when this area. won,, 'owing-to.the Conipany,,rigt being; .uli. in. numbe;.. . Thatthe cadets. can,hold! their. own with any-other team in the, area shoul...
THE Werribee Shire Bannser. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 20 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
THe Utrribee $bire Baunser. wERRciEci.; TUiRi ;,:MAJ1ROf I20 Now that the establishment of a plumpton on the local race-course is; assured,. all those who have promised to. take debentures being issued by the W\Vrribee coursing club are requested to hand. the money for same, to the secretary without delay. This is necessary,, as. the- erection, of the outside; fence must be pro ceeded with at once, so that the plumpton may be stocked with hares. in. readiness for an early start. It is.pleasing:to note that the debentures. are- going; off well,. everyoneo recognising, the fact that. they are algood invest ment and that the forma, tion of a plumpton will materially assist the progress, of the town. For the, benefit, of' those. who may. be anxious to. help, the club and incidentally themselves, it may be as.well to.state that the Werribee. coursing. club is issu ing 300. debentures of £1 each, repayable on lst.February,. 1918, and: bearing interest; at 5. per cent per annum. Provision ...
Copyright. SQUIRE JOHN. A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING ADVENTURE. CHAPTER I. PERHAPS A FOOL'S ERRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
Copyright. SQUIRE JOHN. ---+-- A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING ADVENTURE. fly George St. Ilathborne, Author o "Doctor Jack," "A Son of Mars," "The Man from Denver," etc. OfIAPTEIt I. "PEI'lR-IAPS A FOOL'S EIfRRAND. "Stop-we drop off here," sings out Jack Travers, as he thrusts his head from a carriage that has just passed tihe magnificent Scott monument fac ing Princes-street to the beautiful city of Edinburgh. The t(aledonian J ehu draws lup to the kerb, anti hii two passengers slight. In front of them is a picture cxcellol nowhere on earth : just over the green valley, msade into a park, rises the ruggedi cliif on toI of which is perched the t:cstle, outlined in the clear soft moonlight, the scene of many stirring an.l romantic incidents in Scottish history. It is eleven by the neigl b ruring :locks, and the night one in recent Mity. The long twilight has given way about ten to the lcoming of dark. nes ; but far oil over the North Seall rises t hbattered-looking object, sclept the moonl, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
FOR TAILORING. -COSTUME S, & .e, aim at CoMI blete Satisfaetioni to our Gentlemen Ons tcmors, all ou mnaterialB are of theo ighest Order, : : Our New Ranges just. arriiring.are wortli your inspection. LADIES' TAILORED COSTUMES rhese'.ve have raised Lo a high'level. We can claim an experi . eficeand the costumes we produCo correct in every detail a - nd.right in price. S' END FOI PATTERNS & SELF IEASUREMEENT. FORMS SAiSr X8.FAC x1 GUAIli AI-A VTE ·ED. J. Hc HOOPER & CO.. "." : 87-57 BARILY STBEET, I 0'^ ' 0 T WS C-R.-..& Sf :Comrncwealtbe -- afttwta Brencho open tohe transtfoe f Gonoral ,ankinr BuslnciS'thrOughut ustallt -avW South 'Walo--Srdn, ynd Cnber. Victora--Melbourne. Quoonslad--1rbAnat TownuzilIe. eouth Austra.ln-Adelall Po. Wotorn Aubtratlla-- M r. Team inn the A-ll And at ýKrypt llouse, -38&Ncw nBroad Street, Lor.ndon C»able remttances mado to alld dralts dranl on uoreign plixs e.lrect. Forel lll i neotiatld 1nd eoll.rtol ILetters ol ...
PUBLICATION RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
IPUI3LICATION RECEIVED. The current issue of "The Re view of Roviews" appears in a new form. Mr. Henry Stead, son of the late Mr. V. T. Stoad, has arrived from London and taken over the editorship. He intends to .intro duce new features, and to begin in the next number a series of articles on his father's life and work. Mir. Stead intends to make the mega zine a truly Australasian one, not sociatoed specially with any State or party, but standing all the time for Imperial unity. Mr.. Stead gives a forecast of..the next issue, and says ,' In April there will be an impartia article summing up the true position of Federal fintiuce, a realy vital ques tioni about. which most people soo0m to hopelessly befogged." Under the personal supervision of one trained by the prince of journalists. The " Review of . Reviews" will .become the most influential maga Zino itlia tWSethern Henishere'
LAVERTON TENNIS CLUB. LIVELY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
LAYERTON TENNIS CLUB. LtVELY M?EETING. A meeting of. Laverton tennis club was held'-in the local State school on Wednesday eveoning, March 12, under the chairmanship of Mr. B. J. Maher, the presildent. There was a good attendanca of members. The chairman, -who - evidently scented trouble,- remarked that.he would not permit any personalities to be brought into the business of the meeting. After the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and adopted. Mr. A. B. Grant moved that, nomi nations be called for the vacant position on the committee. He contended that as Mr. II. T. B13xton had been elected secretary owing to the resignation of Miss KI. Nalher, hIe should not act as secretary and constituto one of the comlmittee as well. Some took a contrary view. A good deal of discussion eonued and eventually the difficulty was overcome by the secretary resigning froin the commuittee. , Nominations were clited for the vacant position. A well-kinowyjaro sldent uernelsetrictt. appeared t...
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
P1IARSON, ROWE, SMITH &. CO'S tREPOPIt'. Mtessrs Pearson Ilowo, Smith and Co. sold-8S7 merino, E. Cunningham, OVerribee, to 15/2; 588 crossbred and rin,. 1t. J. .oanning, Gleoroy, to 1/)1 .149, Mrs. C. M?lclcod, Tolisker, cro.credst nt '1/9, merhcoces :ct 155; :.5 crcssbred, E. A. Norton, Nnthalila; 300 merino, Coo. ill -Avondalo, at 1./1; 242 crossbred and merino, Plea sant Dale Estate, to /3; 225 cross breds, If. nal 1e . ichei Pleasant Hill, owes 18/11, 10/4 and 15/6; 2 tooth wethers 16/10; 22- crossbred weros, Wa. .I. M. Maucauley. ?elroso, Wambootea, at 17/ii) and 16/11; 224 merinues, J. C.. Rutchings, Wiimmera Park, sethers 41/4; ewes 1119; 224 mrino,. Livingston and Jolhnston, Ul tima; 215 morino, Chlisolin IBros., Fernsido, at 19/4; 213 crossbred, laxe ter's Flat; 191 merino, M. Wall, Wor riboe, to 12/6; 170 crossbred, John P1ayn, Mount Virv. to 10/11; 167 mc rion, it. Foley, ?~mi Bisor, at 1316, few 11/6; 150 2-tooth crossbreds, N. Irwin. Maelnsiiur, otlher 22/, owe...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
IDENSLEY, & JOHNSTON'S REPORT At Newmarket on Tuesday Messrs Densley and Johnston sold: Fat Shoop -Wothers-483 merino, ft. Ball, MIomo ong, Borrigan, N;S.WV., to ifs 6d, avg Io ; 48 crossbred and comeback, Jas. Geommell, Kilmarnock, Telford, to 21s, avg 19s 7d; 32 crossbred and merino, Georgo Bros., Werribeo, to 17s 10d; 6 crossbred from. Kyabram; 5 merino, John Ball; 6 crossbred, P. Ilointz, MIt. Eecles, Leongatha, to 20s Od, avg 18s 3d; 1 merino, A. Farrant )lcad, at 16s Sd; 1 crossbred, John Ball, Momelong, Borri gan, N.S.W\., 18s ld. Ewes--l1 cross. bred, comeback and meriuo, McDonald Bros., Undorbankl; 115 crossbred and comoback, O. IBoughhead, Ruby, to 1Os. Od; 111 merino, A. Farrant, Mead, to 14s 2d, avg 13s 8d; 90 merino, F. Cowper, Oowper'o Loose Bag, Lake Rowan ; 80 comeback and merino from Tattlia ; 600 crossbred and comeback, P. lcintz, Mt' Eccles Leonuathia, to 10s; 62 crossbred and comeback, Jas. Gemmoll, Kliltnmrnock, Telford, to 18s ld, avg t6s 10d; 55 cross=...
COMMONWEALTH ELECTIONS. IMPORTANT TO ELECTORS. WHAT SHOULD NOT BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
COIMMONWEAITiI ELECTIONS. IMPOITANT TOl ELECTORS. VUIAT SLOULD NOT BE DONE. 1. A politiual Leagu; , trades union or organisation cannot, within three months of an election, engage any pail cauvass'jr to canvass for votes for t particular candidate or canidi (lates (Houae of Rupresotetatives or Senato),"or in any other capacity to unJl tus dcmillfclt'FflntfbB'wl tlid'tlblhri; consent. Any expense So Incurred Iecolesn snrt of the c:indidates' ex ponses, limited to-.L100 in tbo case of cindidatos for le HIouse of Re pres~ntatives, anld £25)0 for candi Idates for the Senate. 2. A political Leatie, organisa. tion or trades unilon cainot, after the .nominations are ofiui.'ly do olarod,'or within -three mohtlhs of an election, holda political uieotilg at which, the caididate" or dandi dates are invited to spoiek without the consunt of such catndidates. All exploise so incurred (use of hall, printing; postage, ad·ortiLing, &c.) must ho included in the candidate's expenses... 3. A po...
CATHOLIC FEDERATION. RAPID EXPANSION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
. UVAt OLIO 'EDERATION, I 3APID EXPANSION. The uetraliani Catholic Feder ation, waioh was inaugurated a little over twilvo months ago, has made remarkole progress. Up to the end of last 3aar, 30,000 members wore onrolle( n Victoria, and nearly 400 Branch Councila wore established. This 3 a? the annual asbscriptionhas boon relucod to 1/-, and it is hoped to soctro an enrolment of 100,000 membas in Victoria. Thenovoment hai rapidly spread to tho othor Stttes. New South Wales,'South Australia and Now Zealani have takoenit up very heart ily, ani it is anticipated that, during the ne t few months, the whole of Austrania will be organised. Thelo',iri objects of the Feberation artiiodo-6pm&te'with, noni-Oatholio. orgataiatioiia in miatters affecting the Natitial. good, to assist'in the work of COa'olic Education and to securo a more equitable systemn of State Education than at proaent ob atics; to circulate Catholic literature; to protect ani care for Catholic im migrants arrivilig...
WHAT MUST BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
WHAT r-UST 'BE DONE. 1. A political League, organisa tion or trades union must give a return o anll moriies paid .or ex penses inourred in connection with any eleftion.. -a.-Ani-ntdvertisoment, -notie, article, leaflet, -.or .-letter; &c., printed or published, must halo the signaturo and address of the wrier attached.
WHAT MAY BE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 March 1913
-I - IIAT MIAY 13E DONE'. 1. Apolitical League can engage paid ?anvassors or organisers to malko embers for their branches, add to heir'strongth, &o., as long as they d not canvass for votes for the candi oe. 2. A poitical Leagueo can hold lublio eetings to advance their cause g sorally, as long as the ocn didate des not speak at the meeot ing. 3. A litical Leagno can hold na many m1 nso metings as it likes, aid theo candidate or candidates nay p Ic at those (as long no no efreshnonts or afternoon tea Is served) Invitations to such meooek, inugs should be written aud delivered personally, and no experio- e ad vertisements, &&c., otherwie the ex pense incurrod comes .unlor candi date's expenses, 4. Any number of voluntary workers may canvisi for rotes for a particular candidate or candidates as long as they recoivo a-o iomunera tion. 5. Vehicles, motors, &c., may be used (but must not be hired) to bring electors to the poll. G. You may instruct your fr...
THE PRESIDENT OF THE FIRST LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 March 1913
THE PRESIDENT OF THE FIRST LOCAL. -+--- Templeton had long aeplred to the honour of a local hank, and now it was to have one. The stock had been subscrlhed, the money paid in, and ill the rules and regulations of the lovernlent complied with. John Scott, the president, had even gone to the city to draw from a iRpnk ?0,000 dollars as a nest egg for the lew safe standing in the new bhrck bulilling on Chestnut Street. Mr. Scott was a childless widower. Ie was known as a hard, stern man. If he had anly sentiment abshout him to one had ever discovered the fact. A year or so after the death of his ifie several of the gentler sex, in luding a couple of widows, had set uot to become Mrs. Seott number two, but all had made miserable nilures. Mir Scott didn't respond, andl was set down as a flinty-hearted aitt who was probably glad of his release from the bonds of matrimony Ind would never he caught In the mine net again. Men spoke in the highest terms of tis probity, but it ended there. He i...
A WONDERFUL CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 March 1913
A WONDERFUL CURE. Thie man had been very ill. Don't laugh ; it lun't t laughing matter. He had been very ill. Ile had been run over by i 5011.P'. "konk-honker,"' and one of Ili hands had been badly injured. "Doctor," Ihe said, anxiously, 'shall I be able to play the piano ehen this "paw of mine heals ?" 7" "Certuinly you will,' asaured thu "'Thanks, doctor, thenks," -murmur d the patient. "Y"ou're a wonder. I tever could before." MIrs. 1Iommer: "According to this paper boiled cow's milk is not good for babies." 1dr. Muommer : "I can see where the paper Is right. A raw cow gives bat ter milk thau ai buoiled one." Farmer (to one of his labourers, who had comle holne aIter his itrat training in the militia) : "Which would you' rather be, it soldier or i fnrm-hallnd, 'addy ?" Pat : "A eoldier, of coutrse." "And why. ao, Paddy ?'' "Well, you see, you'd be it long time working for .a farmer before hoe would tell' ye to stand at cale." "I'm a self-lnade man," said l le proud Individual. "W...