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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
H .OOPEKR & CO,, FOR TAILORINQG. COST MME, ;&G We aim at C'olmplet-e ?titiStfactton to our lentlemen Ona " otamere, all ourmateria are of. the Hight.der; Our Nr : Range jutrving -are h.aO econ. LAlDES' TAILRI E JI O TiMES Thease,'we have raised to a high lev el. We can claim ni experi ence' ??tnthe cdstumes we prfodcee corect in ever ;detail ani right in price - . SEND FOR PATTERNS. & SELF MEASUREMENT: ORMS J H HOOPER& :c.. 87V.7 DARKLY STREET, S'OOTsCKRA.Y. ( C¢ nmmonweattih -3at otif of_ futatata . e?hrna3,.e openfor.t-e t f0a.lon of General Banking a smine t-ughous' Aeu.stra New. Seuth l sae-Sydney and Canbem. Vlotoria--?boh i e. ?uoenlan--nIbne a n. 2socaslio..i But, Asltraliz-AdelAddae W..torn Australias-Perth.. Tasmania-Hobart. And at Egypt Iloul., 36-9 .Nw ."road Street, London , .' Cl ce.rmlttonoees? de tLand drafts drawn oan foregn plies ie ''L yore,.n Cills neotlhtled And aollcte 1,L.cr tll C at Oci renls Nott e'i,?tsl to m n? part a-Lihe Wo...
A SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE STORY. HOW DR. GROSS, OF BERLIN UNIVERSITY, USED THE GERMS OF SLEEPING SICKNESS TO DISCOVER A VAMPIRISH MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
A SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE i STORY. t 4 - 1IOW DR. GR10SS, OF 'DIIAN UNI- 1 VIgIISITY,, USED THE' GERIMS OF' SILEIEPING SICKNESS TO BI.S COVER A VAM'IIl?tSH MUItDElEIt. i Kaity Brenner was a pretty little music-hall singer who mado a living in the cafes of Berlin. She was good, quiet, with ambitions towards grand opera. Two nights a week she stayed away froml thie cafes, kept to her room, and studied. She lived in a boarding-house on the Koenig Strasse kept by a widow named Krausen. On the night of December 12-one of those that Frnaslein Brenner did not go to the cafes-Fraus Kraunen locked up as usual. She made her way upstairs and then pausedl, think ing thant she had heard footsteps in the lower hall. She went downstairs again. The door to the street was unlocked. A search through the house showed that nothing had been disturbed. Suddenly another suspicion crossed Frani KTranen's mind. With other tenants she went to Franilein Bren ner's room and koocked loiudly. Get ting no answer the...
THE EXPERT CRITIC. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
THE IXI'ER'T OIRITItU A well-known tragedian was oil one occension behind the senoes In aI music hall. A performer who was friendly w.ith the visitor, and who thad. een giving imitatlons of various .noted nctors, was about tL respond to an encore. "Whom do you imitate next 7" in quirled the visitor, 3l. "Well," wats the reply. "1 was go lng to represent you in Hinnlet's so liloqny, but if you lolk on I'm afraid I shall make a mess fP it." "Suppose 1 Imitat myself 7" - re marked the tragedial, and hastily Iltting on tile other alctor's wig and buttonling lip II coat a went on nnd delivered the well-kn wen lines. Next morning the n wepapers tatned that the- imitations. ruined the per formance, "the impergonation of the eminent .tragedian, Q., being had enough to make that actoy' shudder had he seen it."-"Wee ly Telebraph.'
POLITICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
POLITICAL NOTES: Mr. W. Kendall, the selected Liberal dalididate for the Corio ..-electorate addressed a big meet ing the Mechanics' hall on Tues day evening, 'Cr. Beinish in .the chai. Mr Kendall, who was well .receive, .received a good hearing,; an_ was accorded a hearty vote of thanks; Mr. Sambell, presi dent of the People's Party also addressed the meeting ,on the Referenda questions, but was frequently inteirupted 'by some youing men at the back of' the hall. The police, however, soon quietened ' them.- Mr. Sambell dealt with his subject in a -vigor ous manner, notwithstanding the ioppositiofists. ' : : 'mr--or;7?,_KeadallI.:thgi selegjedI Liberal candidate fofbr Corio, 4d;; dressedia meeting of elector@..in the Metro Farm halllast evening SCr. .'Browne in the. chair. Mr. Kendall was accorded an attentive hearing, and at the conclusion of his.address received a vote'of thanks 'on, the motion of M1r. Phillipe-seconded by Mr. A.,, D. tRovyan. A,.vote of thanks .was accorded the. ...
ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
.ON THE FA'M. litting'it this year where you missed it last is a pretty goodsign, that you are. learning 'yourhbus1ines a littl bettore." Moro than one honest man stands in need of a bit. of help-whichhe is too proud to ask for. Keep your eyes open for a chance to do every such man a good turn. . Never hire a cheap man to work a good pair of horses. It·tHill moon loss ~overy tiinoe. -A bright, intelllgnt mon, .o need manager and .a:close observer, sin save more than hii nwages tm the .mouont of work he will- accoomplish, and iin maintaining the conditio bof his team. If there wiuofeiwer whips in the world there would hbe fewer ugly horses. The horse that ii' all tho-time"boing tapped with 'theo whip never knpws what hies niastor mcanse by i, and' comes to think he means.just:noting ou Cows, to do their hest should have some green or succulont feed everyday in the year. The onlyy Wayito meetthis "noccssityis" to 1roridjd an abuudance'of aobsily : Eusi.ago can boeusod pofit ably to su...
WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
'WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1018., Present-Cre Beamish (President), Troup, Browne, Robinson, Scxton Volant, Comben, Johnson, Shaw, Mcbiurray and Canny. CORRESPONDENCE. From Public Works Department, enclosing letter received from Board, 'objecting to the Council granting permission to certain fishermen to camp and erect a hut on public road, and asking for a re ply to the Statements made.-To be referred to a letter •written by the o6uncil on 2nd July, 1912, on *the. mnotion of Or; Canny; seconded by Or Comben. :-'From Public Health Department, asking council to ppass a. bye-law prohibiting, spiltingk on footpaths and in public places.-- eceived. [:iFeom bRidilway Ospacpelltlen per Mrt?A. R. RI oburteon,. re an inter view in regard. to an early mniirning train from Werribee.--Received. From 'Town Clerk, Woitlhaggi, ir the Gpvernmnent supplying screened coal to. the public" from- the State mine'.-R-ceived. From Kynoch, Limiuted, asking council's permission to construct...
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO'S. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
PNARSON, . RO vE, 311TR . a. Pearson, Rowe, Smith, and Co. sold: -565 'merino, B. Loft, Erford; 381 morino, Winohelsoa; 324 cerossbred, lacltae Blros., Breadnlbano , to 21/3, averaging 20/4; 281 crossbredl owes, 1'. J. Opi;e, Deor park, at 19/, foew 1.1/3; 221 comebacks do, It. Gilder, Busny park; to l3b/8, averaging 13/11; .?216 crosabreds, N. Iri?i, alaunsbury, weth era at 22/3, owos'at 20/9; 195 crossbred ewes, Lake Loaghur, to 10/; 194. crossbred and comeback, D. G. Caldow, lirobip, to 18/3; LiS.morino, Wamboo ta; 170 mourho,' Alt.. Franklyn; 153 ruerino, Campaspo.; 139, crossbred ewes and suorino auotholrs, Wimmora, to 25/0; 128 crossbred, G. It. .axtod,.Bolinda, at 10/5 and 10/3; 114 merino, T. R. Toby, Pakknhan,, to :18/4; 113 merino ows, ..1.: Aildrow 'Iallan; .112 cross bred, A. Stob~art, airhohn, 19/, fow 1710 '108 ,rod bredl %W. Lane;- Wood. lands, atrl?.14 and 17/a ; 108-:croaa to 19/1 ; 5 h r Nyora, to 1711; 94;-" E.' di Ko-eorui, /rosslrrel 22/, tm kl/1;'morii woth ors...
WERRIBEE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
WERRIBEE T NNIi3 CLUB. The gents' championship tour nament was, after,. some very close.contests, won by Mr. W. J. Calder.' On 19th'ult a tteaimi consisting of Re~v i -Cecil, Messrs. Baker, A:. mCaib; ,• afid' W. J. Calder, visited Murruni beelnia;, and .-tried .conclusionis with that? club ,'however, the 'Werribee team was defeated by 11 games,. but a v'r' r :enjoyable afternoon was spent; and some good tennis, played: The result of the Association matches is as follows : Werriboo / - i - 24. Woerribeo B. ,.9 '1 4 118 Littlo vr l 'vir I 18 MeIotro Farm 12
THE MEAN MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
THE. -MEAN MAN. The mean mrh is a man wiho isalwas denying the clis of justice. HB is t4n man who somoehow or other always mae ages u to evade his part of the reckoning He gives in a good deal too' eagerly t the. gone ?us comiianions who are mor than willing to take thniir.'pprt and his also. lie is naman wito disturbs tht peace of his household by checking the ltgures of hoinsekeeping expenres drawn tip by his. oppressed wife.: -If-thore is ,ixpeono unaccounted for lie will cen'pn a:tearfnli revaluation of the whlole buss ress?:.Hle is a man who at ihurch puto in tlio. smallest coin. He is opposed to publicn subscriptions, or perhaps he lots Savou.undrstand Ztntr oi:en ho suibErihnr ato i public objetl he' lif.a to do it by rthalth:rT'oi 'nocd niots W:ectc to find 'cis uDauenlan''list' of. pngen?rous givers lie has a d~he and, aered lionvirion. o :to nmihie lonec l?vtiet.p -It seems i. r?dlible toro rbhtirla lhe ..so people, hot Shve.hohrd ot one olin r 'th end. of :"od snal. prsen...
SALE OF FARM HORSES AND IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
SALE OF nAFtMr HORSES AND Mlessrs.. 1D9psly. and Johnston (in conjuntion -withE: . 'Roberton report' haviiig conducted a ý:ost successf?l sale oli acc6dutitgf Mr.'A. J" M'Doinald, Wavorly Farm, Werri bee, onl Thursday, 'i7t7i inst. There was a'very laige attendance of- both local and outside buyers, and -com potitioi very kteni throughout. A feature of the sale was the very eatie-. fdctoiy prices 'obttined for the horses, which sold at pricens u to .£70 tfor draughb t aliris; £48 for 2}-yr-old,geoding?ie filly fo6ls .up to £28; and all the o:hers ot relatively high values. For .tho. implements etc., which wore considerable, com petition was good. Following being soms of the principal siles:- Port able engine, £89. ;" ~lfggons, £42, 24/101, and £21; bindter, £12; 3 fur. m.b. pluglhs, to i_£16; culti vators to £16. 471 5-year-old moeuino owes it 12,9.
AN INNOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
- . tiN INNOVATION.. FIor.j;at one year let'o cut out sitting alonlg the curb and looking wise..:lot's huump, ourselves and do one knitting'?nd keep our homes supplied with pies. Lotte try to better our condition by honest work for honest pay, and lot the howl inig po!ideiea go on his windy useless way. .Let's worry loss about the mea nures ourr Congrossmen intend to thrash, and give our wives and kids suoh pleasures as come to folks who have the cash. Let's do less worrying and jaw ing o'er things a thousand miles away, and at our woodlplles do some sawing, and make our dooryards clean to-day. l3y fussing round we make life's bliss turn to treams of sorrow, deep.and l wide; let's pain the barn and clean the cistern, ana ..lot the good old onatltn slide. Too loin the nation's cares we've cirriod, ne oarnest, patriotic men; the patiOet toil-worn girls we married should be considered now and then. I'd rnther Lst hail of water into the kit :;ao four say Jill, than go to Collgrees with ...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON REPORT 'AtNowmarket on Tuesday Inst Mossrs Donsloy and Johnston oIld l-Fat Sheep Vhothern-208 .crossbred. from Mhline's Bridgo; 121 mrino 8 It. L ourloy. Sydo?eham, at 8lls 4d;' 10 erosebred aund merino, I. 8. Elliosl, "Oklo gh, Calival, .o '18s id, avg 17s .d;i,;l0 1m.orno, "M? trop.litan Farm-, W\Vrriboo, toL18sBd d; 62eain riooa 1JW rroaIipWer blsen oo, -45 41, avg 18s 9d'; 58 f orino, T A H'lall, a.iln'sllridg;, at 15s 4d;:3 8 cross -bred,.G. F. Mitton, Poowong, at 21s; I muriuo, G. F. Laitoh, Miino's Bridge, at 15s 4d,; I crosabred,_ Jas. Ball, at 14s 44 dEwoa-164 comeback and inerino .Wm.,.McPherson, WVyangario; 115 cros brod and comuback, W. J. Troup, to 18s 14d avg 12s Sd.; 110 crossbred and eouh back, G F. Motton, Poowong, to 15 Ud,. avg 14s 8d; 90 orossbrod .and comeback, ottropolitan Farm, Worribee, at ?1a ted; 68 meariao, W. Holland, Werribuo; 57 morino, G. F. Loi,ch, Milne's llndgeo, at 1ls 7d;' 7 minrino from Mt. Cottorill, Fat Lambs-120 J. R...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
Big Bargains in SpOCTWEAr fr'm the cheapest worth your while tSo by, to the speci-ens 'o - the world's leading manufacture. " Our prices are right, our styles are right and our methods are right---we deserve &lt;your Trade for all these reasons and you'll become a permanent Cus tomer of our Store from the first purchase you make. The alese we give assurer this-and here are a few proofs in'suppor ?t., .: . . i.. TYZACK & CO., " The Corner" wpooita ANNOUNCEMENT. The Werribee Farmers' O Co=operative Society, apeclrnesot thc world's 'eading _ ana"actuce. Ou_ prices are rig . -STATION STREET,' WERRIBEE. Tradeg tfor allnnounce these reasons thy ha coe: permanent Cus-ed tomer of our inesstore from their usi yo mkal -- UP-TO-DATE STYLE- ve ures tIn pr emises ka own as thes , p " The (Oposite old apemise ran Co e operatiod e Society, aty ALL YOU WANT EET LOWE RRT IBPRES. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, PRODUCE,. 11ACHINERY REQUISITES, HIGHEST PRICE GIVEN FOR.ALL PRODUCE .ORDERS CALLED F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
Scovefl and Spurling, THIE .CORNER, Have landed a lovely stock "of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRING SUITINGS from 42s,. S.: BOATERS, latest shapoes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d, aNE :,;i SH - NEW KAPE "BOXERS BD S. SWEATERS tci;button close at neck; a . TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, ?3RACES, and everything a man wants to. War' at TIHE RIGHT -PRIC'E. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is, and Is 6d., to prove we are . ,TH.E TIE KIINGSE.. UNDER, NiEW ,MANAGEMENT, The Racecourse Hotel. WIE:RRIBEEE TIRST-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 at this establishment, FISHI1NG AND SHOOTING. BIUGGIES AIND HORSES ON HIRE E. E. BANI?ES, . ?roprietress, L~ADS THE WAY FNOR quality, Purity and Germhination. Hortioultural Sundries - Our Great Speciality-..LUCERNE WA...
SMOKE NIGHT & PRESENTATION TO MR. W. J. CALDER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
1 S.lO KE NGI Vf S PRtHEENTkA TLON TO...-. .l\.. J.ALDEt L Et Mon!day cyning a. number o ?t Worribeh reaidenta met in, the, old :Shire- Ual. to.: amy far?wvell to. theirr la7 e' I' .ow . nimwi,. Mr..-A r chair tmi.t . l DrI t" Manly filled the i'tcucidhtir, with:'the. guest of the evening seated ofi the right. The. .tables wveare nicely laid. out and. I tastefully teroa!nld by Mr. N.. Noewron. Apologies w?rer received, ' from Cre. M?Mtl.ri.y -l Canny: 0 and 'I. ?. :M....WaTlar. Pttncinally at 8. p.m. the eliarmaeL rose on-tL 'proposed the toast of" The Hing," lwhich was drank wlith enthniastn: after,- which Mr Rolbrtsni pro ptsead ".The ilidustries of Warrthee ,Shire,:' n.ud iin. doing so said that altthnlrigh ie was acita farmer he thought that tifarmors.wlo ere over • taxing the-capahilities of the soil anrid woutil require , to frllow the land more bthlanl.they had done. previously. Mr. A, R. Rowan re 'upeonded.to .tho'toast. " The Shiroe Council" was.. proposed by Mr. C!yley,' w...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 May 1913
'Werribte Sire Banner. WERRIBER. THURSDAY, MAY, 1, The Metro. Farm, employees. will hold their tenth annual ball,: 'in aid of; their. accident.- fund,' in the'Farmn hall on the evening of May,23rd. The price of tickets, has been fixed at four shillings,,i ladies free., Corridon's. band will, supply the music;. Owing to the next ordinary meeting of the Werribee shire me council falling on the same day co as the Commonwealth elections, cl it was decided at the last meeting Pu of the council to hold a special off meeting on the previous Saturday, ou May 24th. ° ov m Electors of Tarneit and Truga- tlh nina would do well to remember 'p that there are no polling booths 'to for Commonwealth elections in pi those parishes. The polling be places in the subdivision a e- ci Laverton, Little River, Metro. su Farm, Newport-west. and Werri- T bee. At Saturday's meeting of ,the n Werribee shire council it was ,de; cided to' lightWerribee by elec- ,p tricity. The cost Will arimount ,to c I '!obieth...
SHRINKING TO ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 May 1913
HR IIfINKING TO ORDER. "'hein fader," naked John Simpson, (otherwise Jacob Schlosky, junior), of the second-hand clothen emporium, "n shentieman wants to know if dot all-reol, non-shrinkable shirt "vill shrink." "Does it fld him ?" naked "fnder." "No," replied .the junior ; "it is too big." "Veil, then, mein sou," was the senior's placid reply, "it viii shrinkt." Dr. Alelif Carrel, a young French scientist now connected with the Rockefcller Institute of. Now York, has just demonstrated that the heart can exist and develope without the body.: Ills most recent experiments were nllad with chickens' hearts, and in one caRe lie succeeded in maintain-. ing such it heart alive-and bheating normally - for more than threa Cmonths. hire. HIererrt Wadsworth, Iolder of the world's long-distance . riding ro-. cord, hans nmade a'now record by ort-, dsltancing two army oflicera in a 90on mile rile from Washington to ,hers sulmmer home, She was the only one of the five startore to complete thg. tri...
COMPLETE SHORT STORY. A CRIMINAL'S REVELATION. IN MY LADY'S CHAMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 May 1913
COMPLETE SHORT STORIY. A CRIMINAL'S REVELATION. IN MY LADY'S CHAMBEllRll. Dy Wormlwood Portland. I have been trying to decide in n? own mind whait was the most hazard ousandil reckless achievement ill all my long career of crime andll fraud. On tile whole 1 atn inclined to think that tile place of honour belongs to I the exploit which hlnded ll m, for it few trimphnlll t moments in the brl dal chanber of Mrs. I'ulteney Curr barely three minutes in advlnco of Mr. 'lllteney Carr, to whom nuotin certainly belonged the right of prior 'entrance. I had only Just those pro cious ioenl'ts In l hauind inl which to do nIl I did do-wlhich twas all I wanted to do. It you want to make it out that I wn t lllldebted in the first instance, and theretore 1111 through, to the stroke of luik that threw tle in the way of Mr. and Mrs. Pu'ltency Carr on the mollrning, and the occasion, of their mnrriage,I demur. For what is luck 7 Luck is an Intelligent ap preciation t olpportunity. oBetter that deliniti...
Copyright. SQUIRE JOHN. A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING ADVENTURE. PART 8. CHAPTER XV. A MAD CHASE ON A "WILD-CAT ENGINE." [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 May 1913
" opyright. SQUIRE JOHN. A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING ADVENTURE. 3y Georgo St. Rathboern, Author of "Doctor Jack." "A Son of Mars," "The Man from Denver," etc. TART 8. CI-IA'PTElt XV. A MAD CHASE ON A "WILD-OAT a ENGINE'.." When they had gained the fool.plate o of the locomotive lilonl which General Toledo has seized for some important t Government. business, lack and Smni- n thers draw it long blreath of relief. The flutur looks brighter In com parison with the blackness that so re- ti cently hlng over it like a funerill pall Perhalps the first tlinue Travers does sl "as the engine begins to lmove ldown ln -.the tracks is t.o draw out his watchi a and note the time, for it is a matter J of some moment to klnow just. how t mluchl of ii start tile specril hfi. If "Six-thirty to the seclds," heir ex claims. AV "They arll just tfteon mllltes si aioind." remnarks Smithcrs, qlluickly. At first this :'cents ? lniollstritis job. w In England or the lunited Statres, where expresses t.ravel at Ih...
A "NUTTY" IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 8 May 1913
A "NUTTY" IINA. Dramns of the licrcest patlern was on the bill of fare at the local thea tre. Tile beautiful, fair-'aired 'eroinn had been duly bound and cast into a cage with a savage gorilla by the Leetle-browod villain : The h.-b. vil Inin, by the wayj was in search of revenge. "Oh, what shall I do 7 What shall I do ?" cried the 'eroine, na sHe espied tmh untamed monster springing towards her (aa per pro granmme). There was a hush among thWe audi ence and silence in the orchestra. It, was indeed, a fateful moment. 'Then came ime inovitablo hint fronm ths gods, breaking theo Illgic spell: "Tuoss him a nut, miss.".