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CROQUET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
CROQUET NOTES. The trophies won at thie recent tournamoults wore preaented on Saturday list by hMrs. A. D. Rlwidi, president of the club. Mrs. Alfred Tlhomnpson's trophy, for the club championship and uldies chalupion ship wis presented to Mrs. M'Alioco -the club champion, Mr. F. L.'Aliece, resigned his claims in favor of his. mother, who thereby reaped full benefit of Mrs. Thomp son's liberality. Counclllor Shulw'k trophy, for the doubles hlandicap was. presented to. Miss Troup, her partner,; Mr. Rowan, havingl also waivedt his claim in her favor. Thlo trophy for. the singole' lhaidictp, donated by the club, was. presnbtol to. M?s. A. J. Mt'Dmald, on bhehalf of Ma. A, J. tlDonalt.l, wio \oid still a fuw muem!nra freiuoentiing tho lawns,, which will onimai opeti l?o playera for the presetit- A return match with Auburn IHeijghts wiap.?layted on the 1st insi, \V3rri boo: was defeateul by throe gaines,,
A SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE STORY. HOW DR. KOCKEL, OF VIENNA, FOUND A MURDERER BY MEANS OF FIFTY CUT BIRCHES, AND, BY BUILDING UP A FACE ON A SKULL MADE THE MURDERER CONFESS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
A SCIENTIFIC DETECTIVE STORY. --+__--- HOW DR. KOCOKEL, OF VIENNA, FOUND A MURDEREIR ILY MEANS OF FIFTY CUT IIIRCHES, AND, DY BUILDING UP A FACE ON A SKULL MADE THE MUI.DEREIt CONFESS. Velma Tsech, a student and son of a rich Bohemian land owner, left ills father's estate near Prague, on Au gust 1, with the intention of joining a party of friends on a long tramp to Vienna. A month later, not having heard from his son, the father communica ted with friends in Vienna and learn ed that Velma had never reached that city. lie called in the services of I)r. Koc;el, one of the foremost German criminologists. There were no Important choes. The young man had simply left the house and completely dropped out of sight without having heen seen by any one thereafter. The Tsech catate was very large, and in many places wildl. "It may be necessary to employ large bodies of men to make a com pleto search of the grounds," said Dr. Kockel. "If this is necessary we will divide the estate into circular ...
EIGHT HOUR'S ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
FJGHIT HOUR!S; ART UNION. The following are the. winning aumbers of the first ten prizes of the.- Eight `Hours Art Union, drawn last night:: 1. -, 253,382 .6: -. 37,832 2?.. 1- - 71,049 7 - - 21,163 * - 193,4100 8.-. - 70?.604 ? -.. 265,202; 9 - - 265,343 S-" 275,181 10 -. -. 45,253
Copyright. SQUIRE JOHN. A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING ADVENTURE. PART 9. CHAPTER XVII. A LITTLE AFFAIR CONCERNING SENOR ROBLADO AND THE GUARD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
Oopyritghta SQUIRE JOHN. A NARRATIVE OF STIRRING ADVENTURE. ly George St. Rathborna. Author of "Doctor Jack," "A Son of Mars," "The Man from Denver," etc. !'ART 9. CHAPTER XVII. A ITTLE AFFAIR CONCERNING SENOR ROIBLADO AND THE GUARD. It is, as may be naturally sullppOed a minute of intense suspense. Who ther they will succeed in their des perate enterprise depends on the per feet alignment of fnumerous facts, each hearing on the other. At the same time. our three friends do not forget to acnet. As the carriage, upoin the forward end of which they cling so desperate 1,. decreases its speed, their eyes are not wholly taken up with watching the train draw ahead. The business has been shrewdly though hurriedly planned, and ench one of the trio has his work laid out for him. Thus, Ah Sin, having secured a spare coupling-pin that lay upon the .--platlorm . of the'lant car of the re treating train, only waits for the lone carrinage to ehlout conime to a stand when lie intends leaping to th...
POLITICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
POLITICAL NOTES. Politically speaking, Werribee is rather quiet. The hon. sec. of the Worribee branch of" the People's Party says that some members are rather dila tory in handing in their fee of membership. Last Thursday evening Mr. Morley addressed a fair audience in the Werribee mechanics'" hall on theRdeferenda questions and received a good hearing. • He re commended his hearers to vote "No" to the whole of them. Cr.' Beamish, president of the shire, occupied the chair. On Saturday Mr. R: M. Jennings ad dressed the Werribee electors on the -same subject and at the same.:plaQce. Mr. S. Tinkler in the -chair:' He was' adccorded -a good Teception. He advised his audi ence to vote No. The following is the list of polling places for the Werribee subdivision of the Corio electo rate:-Mechanics' Institute, Wer ribee ; Johnson's House, Balliang East; State School, Exford; State School, Laverton; State School, Little River ; Mechanics' Institute, Metropolitan Farm ; Mechanics' Institute,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
tn tent and gunytyh, cot and hIall, IIn whro, toot or camlp, The unino of "?\ooods" i known to all, ach bottlle beno the ntuLnp; \'therrver mon ld women live, Either on sela r shore, Thny kuow for coughs, lth thing to giveo l, Woods' a Greoat'cppcrm'ult Cure. HOOPER & CO., FOR TAILORING COSTUMES, &o We..aim at 2CoDiplete LtasLtef ctliai to"otur?. tflomen Ons-.. tomers, all our materials are of the Highest Orilor, Our New Ranges just arriving are worth your inspection. :o: LADIES' TAILORED COSTUMES; Thoese we have raised to a high level, .We can claim-Sn i'experi once and the costumes we produce coirect in every: detail' and right in price. . SEND FOR PATTERNS & SELF MDEASUREMENT FORMS n AT I S ?' A CT GII 0 . U TA 1A: X T E E D J. H, HOOPER & CO.. 87-57 BARKLY STREET, . O? TSOC; AY -.. omTito nwe lt s 3an1; of !AtsttaUa Drancho are open for tle teeon satc.of 0 noral Banking OuelsiOes ttsocliout Alutrsai. NoW South Wa tyloe--ydle ynd Cnsbeera. VlEtorla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
LB-A SBig"-, B-arga s in a Footwear We carry very full stocks l. all lines of lens's and Womens' FOOTWEAR-fromn the cheapest worth your while to buy, to the specimens of the world's leading manufacture. Our prices are rig;t, our styles are right and our miethods are right-we deserve your Trade for all these reasons and you'll become a permanent Cus tomer of our Store from the first purclinse you make. The value we give asures this-and here are a few proofs in support. 'l TYZACMK & CO., '' The Corner. Peoii A.NNOJUNCEMENT. The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society, STATION S,TREET,. WERRIBEE. Beg to annouaoe that they have re-commenced - Business in their usual ITUP-TO-DATE STYLE In premises known as the GRAINw STORE _.~& A I -. .......... (Oppo.site old preýtrises.,, Fire having destrnyed all goods, we have re-stolcked with Brand New Goods of the finest quality (ALL YOU WANT AT LOWEST PRICES.) GROCERIES, HAIRDWARE,. PRODUCE, MACHINERY REQUISITES,, GEOBGE FARMEIR.S H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
Scovell and Spurling OO S OR Y , Have landed- a lovol stock 3of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRING SUITINGS from 4?s. BOATERS, latest shapes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d. :. . . ASION SHIRTS in 20 difforent styles. SWEATERS to button close at, neck. . TENNIS SHIRTS lor warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear at 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth is. and 1is -Gd., to prove we are ?THE FTIE KINGS. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. :o: The Racecourse Hotel. WERI IBL3EE. FIRST-OLASS Accomodation for Travellers and Visitors at this Old J 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 establishmont. 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 : Our Gre...
WERRIBEE COURSING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
WYERRIIEE. COURLSING, OLUB The Werribee Park Oup, to be. runi on Wednesday next, pro.. mises to eclipse, the alroady very,. successful, meetings, of tbo- club.. The. silki: is already. nearly full, ntd. as some of the dogs are,: coming from.a.great distance there: : is no ?doi tL., that, some splundidt. acouring,:wili result. :T lto`serlcee: - of Mr. J. Riddell of Meiton, -hav?o ' been seocured. s. slippor.. -Mr,.' Riddell is an old. baund at the, game, and has always. given esatis-. faction., nd. thore. is lio doubt thati he will stilt even.the most oritichl nominators. Mr,.f,. Carborry willth again officiate as judge. The catpa-. billties of this gintlomml, are too, well klcowntto, need any commenkt here.' The magniflcent, cup so, kindly given by Miss' Aaudrey; Oirnsildo Il In.itsel f worth.cotming: manly miles. to soenre. Apcordingf to reports., thoe. hares areo . umtroust alnd in. good fettle.. Thie cqm tmoncotnotlt will be umadq. about;i. 1, milest down Danll'tts Rpatd.. ?e cat...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
THe W eribeb Shire Da tmr. WEBBIIBEE, THURSDAY, MAY 15 Owing: to. the Commonwealth Elections, taking 'place on the last-Saturday in thle. month, the local parliament will hold their monthly meeting on the. second last Saturday in the month in stead of the last one. Mr. Jas. I4iersch, of Werribee, has had the misfortune to lose some valuable fowls, prize win ners at various shows in the State. Mr. Liersch attribuths his loss to half-starved dogs, and expresses the opinion that those who keep canine pets, should at least feed them. Maurice Gerald's company will produce "Struck Oil" in the mechanics' hall to-morrow even ing. For Bronchial Coughs take Wroods' Groat Poppormint Curo, 1/n .The Werribee shire council advertise for various contracts. Tenders close on Saturday 24th inst. The Metro Farm, and district social and progress association will hold a plain and fancy dress ball on July 13th. Prizes will be awarded the best sustained characters-lady and gent. "Struck oil'"- in the mech...
Making Sure. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
Making Sure. "You areo chomlsr t by examinat.lo are yon? 2" "Been in the business a numiber o, years?" "I have." "T'hat Is your diploma hannglin ul iver there?" "It iu." "Weil, you may give me It penny ,orth of Eamlhloratned chalk." Cella: "Te It true MTalnde gotain , 1 ao mnrrlri ?" lo!ia : "Yes, to that M ajor Riche Stelost !! ?arm in en enrgagentent, yor .iumeirbr." "tIunll :' ) IT's inortilnly lost hi 'eas in h' .'"
NOT-DISOBEDIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
NOT-DISOiEDIMN'r. A neighbour entered the house of a careworn Yorkshire woman the other day, and Instantly detected an apDe. tising smell of stewed meat. "Mary, lass, you're doing wrong," re marked the neighbour. "I thougli; your vegetarian husband had fori'tcl den you to eat any meat." "So he has," sighed the weary woman. "Then you're disobeying him,' per. elsled the noighbour, trying to lookl shocked. "No, I'm not," responded the York lhirowoman. "'When I married 'bra. hn?l, he said I wasn't to touch any mleat, and I'.m not going to, but he can't hinder me from stowing a bit to remind me of how good it is!"
LIFE'S LITTLE WORRIES. The Neighbors Next Door. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
L.FE'S LITrTLE?WORRIE-. The Neighbors Next Door. The reason why most houses In :hsoe days are built in- long rows, all hbe same style, quality and lnlish, is thnt everybody may have a next-door neilghbor.. Next-door neighbors are of three :rnds-thoso whom you do not wish o know; those who do not wish to Iow you; and-at any rate in certainl alrcles-thoso- who borrow milk, fire. eood, cooking utensils, and provisions. ?he most nlarnming of all are the bor owing kind. They either call over ho garden wall, or send Mary lileo 1und to the front door with the meo age, "If you please, munm, missus say thto's Just rin ghort of firewood and read, and would you land her some rood and a loaf?" Lend her the loat, 'ad she sends the next day or the day .ter for the large frying-pan, or the )eroservlng-pan, or the soup tureen, or he wash tub; and if she returns them 'gain on Saturday the chances are hat she will borrow them again on. flonday. Presently the lounder wonders bother the things belong t...
SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
I-ELECGT-D Hi, ciPis. -: Cottngoa:-'Puddtrig' (didgt ea)..-oaa'. csp of milk, one cup of sugar, twd cUls of Hour, three tenspuonfuls.,ot bakleng-powder, one egg, a pinch oi salt, three tablespoonfuls of butter, molted. Steam fifty mlinutes. - Cottage Pudding (naked).-One cup of sugar, one cup of water, two cUep of flo5ur. one egg, a pinch of salt, to r tablespoonfuls of melteold butter, end two teaspooniful of baking-powder Tl'hee ruelles ua coltage pudding are both very Irse:.penslve and dainty. They may be served with * Lemon Sance.-One cup of sugar oe0-third a cup of butter, two table spoosfuls of corn-starch, a pinch o: jolt, two cups of bol:ng water. Coo" In the upDlper part ed, P. tGdttle boiles until it thickens. Just before earvine add one egg, lielon luntil light, an one-half a lemon Cut into sm:ull pllaces This sauce Is aIls nlce served wit' apple l dtitpllng. Sultana Rnisin Snuce.-Si.' etor, halI a cup .of sultana raisins il a clu) o boiling water lntitl tender (in loiho ...
CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
CAUTION. An elderly farmer from Pennsylva. eta paid a visit to Now York. The "ight following his arrival ho was ron !orod slecponss by a sharD attack of uothache, and in the morning the '.roler called on a dentist, who in .nrned him that the tooth must be axtracted, and that he had better take ;as for the operation. The patient .greed, and then began to count his money. "Oeh, you need not pay me until I have finished!" remarked the dentist, "I reckon not," replied the farmer; 'but, if you are going ro makmeme an. ionscious, I thought I'd Jest like to ~o how I stand!"
NIGHT WITH THE WOLVES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
NIGHT WITH .THE WOLVES. ,'riom the wilds of Carp Late, Michl. ni, colmea aiu icoullnt of plerllioas ad .talre with wolves. Mr. Georer;: ;ge, who lives lit the Nonesuch. 'a, was on hlii: way home orom tlha "eeo with a load of supplleo. Night ,.lrtookl ilnl Ici'oro he had covered .,'roilln alf the ldistlnre. I-I con tdued h-is jo:lrney, blit between ninl ,d ten o'clock wlas startled by the w110:ll0g of wolves close at hand. Ile had eno iealipon;s, alndll rged lhit; orses to a faster aill, but as the road I up a loheavy. grade, pregress war .low at beist. le had gone only a .hort distance farther whoen he no .eedl twenty-five or thirty wolves lmerge from the bush into the road. ray just behind him. On the front ?i his colnveylance was a lantern withl , reflector. Mr. Iligge seized this, and irned the strong light upon the .olves. It frightened them so that ..y slunk back Into the shadows of . woods, but soon became bolder, .nd Lte:an closing in again. lie; now realised that he was In a...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
DENSLEY & JOHINSTUN REPORT. At Newmarket on Tuesday last Messrs Donsley and Johnstun sold-Fat Sheep wethors : 1041 merino, Jas A. Troup, Tourello; 200 crossbred, Metropolitan Flarm, 21/8 ; 180 crossbred, comeoback and merino, Thos ?s'Phcrsoim and Sons. WJ.angatio ; 122 smerino. Jaumes iBrowne, at 17/2 and 17/8; 02 orossbred., Mrs. Mary Kerr, LHarden Green, Cohana, to 20/ avg 20/3; It comeback, J. D, Patter. son, Jesmond D-ne Oicer, at 15/1 ; anld outsido: 070 c osbred and comoback from the westward; 817 crossbred, T. A. [[all, Mfilno's Bridge; Oerossbred, J. ,I. Hunter. T'arrawarra. Ewes : 265 cross. bred anld concleback, J. M, Husnter, (out. sidl) ; 05 comeback, J. 1). Patterson, lJosmonsl D)cne, Oil'ter; 87 coleback, Oco. Hiarrison,to 1?/11 avg 13/l11avg13/2 58 comebaok. UT. Guppy;, TBallanh; 85 merino J. M . .THuIstor ,Tarrawarwra; 80 mlerinlo 7V..T. Andrcw, 1]Balll ; 2 comoe. back, It. Peacock, Tatirit.at 11/l11. Fat lambs: 105, J. . An. ,\ndrson, View Hill,
WERRIBEE MEN'S ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
WEl?RIBEE MMl N'S ATHLETIC CLUB. A meeting of young men was held at the Parish hall on Tuesday night, muler the presidency of Roev L. Cecil, when it was decided ato form the lnaove club again. A mooting will be held on Monday, 19th instant, whon the election of a committoee will take place, and any ocher business brought forward will be transacted. Werriboe is in sore need of an inslituticn of this kind so thatthe young men of the town and district may beguileo. their long winter, evenings with an amuse-! ment both conducive to their physi cal improvement, and the welfare of their country generally. It is hopel that next Monday will see it large attendance not only of the young men of the town, but alob.of 'Ella` oldor''gelneration, .wli should take an intlerest iilthe welfare of the young people. Judging by the enthniasmii displayed ait Monday night' meetling there should be no doubt us to thoe siccesa of the ilub. It is intended to start a gymnasium at once, and ats the club lprog...
MAURICE GERALD BENEFIT 'STUCK OIL.' [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
MAURICE GERALD BENEFIT "STUOK OIL." To-morrow night will beo a farowell to Maurice Gerald, who for the past 5 months has been giving great pleasuro to the residents of Worri boo, with his fine plays. At all times, Mr. Gerald gave general satisfaction to his patrons, and has staged no lees than a dozen different dramas. To-morrow night a comuplimentary benefit will be rendered to him by the members of his company, and no doubt, a bumper house will be the result. Mr. Gerald is always ready to come forward and givt performances for any local object and it is only fair that we' should come forward and show our esteem and appreciation to a real good actor, and what's more, a genial fellow. "Struck Oil" will be staged to-morrow night. Mr. Gerald leaves on the firsl of June, with .his com pany for an extended totir through N.S.W. and other States.
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 15 May 1913
P';ARISON, (ROW., SMIITH & 'CO'S l;EL'OttV. Messrs Pearson, Roweo, Smith and Co. sold--'18 crossbred ewes, 'R. Gilder, Bushy- Park, to 17/6, averaging. 10/7; 201 crossbred wethlors,. t. W. School ing. Carlsruho, to 231/, averaging 22/4; 198 eroossbred wethers and owes, W. Turner, Woodlands; 192- cross bred iwethers, Melllourno and thers and owes, W. Turner, Woodlands; 192 crossbred wothers, Melbourne anid Metropolitan Board of Works, lMetro politan Farm, to 22/, averaging 21/0; 185 Shropshllire ewes, Winm. Pearson, Kilhany f'ark, to 23/, averaging 20/0; 105 crossbred wotlers, Ilochester, to 20/0; 13!) crossbred owes, Blathoura, to 2-1/0; 119 crossbred and colnmeback ears, (eo,. Ilontoull, nosedahlo; 11.1 crlissbrlll .vcthors, 1E. %L. Withorden, Ftrjzloc io;. 113 crosslar'ed, iollrilo owes, ii. I. I(olllnsay, Stavebrao; 113 cross bred, ewes, .1. 1I. Jones, jull., Iolmont, to 15/10; 113 mlerillon wotliers, V. J. tlughes, Little River, at 10/1), few at 11/10; 112 crossbredl weo...