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SHADOWS THAT BECOME SUBSTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

SHADOWS THAT BECOMIE SUBSTANCES. The married woman nowadays is frequently the discontented .woman. And the reason is that she has made the great mistake in allowing herself to say discontented words and think discontented thoughts, until imaginary grlevauces have become genuine ones. In all.the wide world there is nothing no precious as a good man's love; noth. Ing can equalithat, and the woman who cries out because her home Is not so fine as her nelghbor's, or becatuse she has not so many dresses, and Is dis contented with her lot, will, flud that she-will, gradually estrange the love that Is hers. .Make the best of things. It is home. ly advice, but as valuable as ever it watb. Shako oft your discontent. Put IL behlind you as ignoble and unworthy Rcmember that one optimist is worth a dozen pessimfists. - Thlnk always how nucllh worse ao you mlght Ilave been, not hltcnsanntle Iehow tuiIh better of" .you ought it bo You milgt have letrrited n millnni:lre' Jult so, but you mitglt hav...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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ROMAN CATHOLIC BAZAAR. A GREAT SUCCESS—FINANCIALLY AND OTHER WISE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

R OMAN CATHOLIC BAZAAR. A O"iflAT SUCCLcSS-FINANOIALLY ANDIOTIIEIt\VISE.. The bazaar in aid of :the b!ilding fund of the Presbytery. was opened in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday, 13th inst., by the Premier of . Victoria,' in the presence of a large gatherl ing of people. On the platform besides" the Premier, were Mr. Ozamni, M.H.R., Mr.A.. Robert son, M.L.A., Dr. Manly, Father IIeany, Mr. V. Austin, secre tary, and others. Mr. Wall, J.P., the chairman of the com mitte of '-the' bazaar, in troduced, the Premier, "who was . acorded . a very hearty reception. The Premier said "Mr. Wall, ladies and gentlemen, it is v~ery nice .to come to open a bazaar .provided ,the "stall holders treat you' properly, iafthriiards.' It would" be 'very strange if there were no debt on church buildings. It: w6uld i almost be a record if an ecclesiastical building were erected without a debt. The clergyman of a dis trict should be housed properly. He is called upon'at all times to pDrform; many dutie...

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WO MEN IN A GROCER'S SHOP. The Baboon and the Sovereign. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

:WO MEN IN A OFROCIiR'S SHOP. 'The Baboon. and the S'overel n. bmse ttimn ago a` Carnarvonahlre -., narmner rhaving siccessfully gigarered :is crops;'told.hls.two farm iands they bould have.a da? y off atid' gae them a aovereign wipºhswh!chto enjoy them ielves at the Pwlliell Fair some tew' umiles away. 'In high gletthe. two started oft, f1. this was the first occasion: on which thiey. had bad an oopportunity of at tendlng a fair.; Betore' enteringt town they salted htsnislV : =ablop is:order to got tflia!wze.:or .J: -sovereign l I"?se of 9getting eiprated n ?ep:a in tbe-prowd. . '*? Now It happened that the owner of - the shop had recently been presenatd by, a ,seafaring friend -with; a largo tame baboon or, as the natives called it, a ""larboo," and, when,,tbe..farm band entered the shop the" barboo I .tood behind the: counter, alone. Presenting the sovereign Inall "in :ocency, he asked for change. The barboo took up the coin, tried i? betweenh"his teeth b? he'bhad-seen done befor...

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CRICKET. WERRIBEE V. GOVERNMENT PRINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

CRICKI T. . WERRIBE '. 'GOVERINIENT * "- ? " :PRINTER S. . The ?bi~-ie match fool: place on' the ciicket giounid on Satur 'tday last. Verribee had a weak team and only "made :34 runs. The higheat 'scorer being P. Didiuir, 16 runs. The bowling of the prii?torsv wasgood, Dutly getting 3 wickets ,for 10 runi, and Lunt, G. The "stick anid rule"men, responded vithi 6 r toifor toh loss or 7 wic. kets. The highest scorers being Feiggusou 18, anitd Duffy" 19. Te best -bowling for Werribee being Creed 4 wiclrets for 22, Manly 1 Sfor 9.. The following are thie scores: : , : :', WERRIBEE.-' i ..A' CombonbeowledDutly...' ... I I. It Patersoe,ib Ln?t .. . 0 " . Creod,o ]i uffy .. .,....i 1. Didior,'.i lnt' . 19 VW. Agar, c tyali," b '"unt, . . 1t. Manlyb'.L t- ... :.: ...0 11. . Ashb, bLunt.... ... ...- 0 ST. Weston, bDuffy .. 0. :P.Ashby, b Ltnt .. 1 N. M. W\alter, not ou ... 0 C. tM'Intsh, b Williaas . .. . $undrlos ... .... ... . .Total .. ... ..: ... 4 nowling Duflly, 8 for 10 ; Lunt, 6 for ...

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THIN WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

: THIN WOMEN. Except where organic disease exists, excessive thinness should find a bene ficlal remedy. Three to four months of right living will completely change the habit of the body and show de cidedly beneficial results. Excessive thinness is a greater foe to beauty than excessive plumpness. Angular lines are unpleasant, and in this condition of the body they must be borna; the eyes become sunken; the cheeks fall in; the lips are drawn; the nose becomes sharp; the shin is unsatisfactory, lines and wrinkles mul tiply, and youthful appearance fades. In the Interests 'of health, as well -is beauty, the cause or causes-upon which 'this depends should be Investil gated. Excessive thinness is" d.:e f, many causes; malnutrition, resultnhg ferom insufficient nourishment, from the ha bitual use of food which cannot bh readily assimilated, or which is lnck ing In the elements-of nutrition; tromu ,An excessive'use of highly-spiced, acid or salt articles of diet, or of Irritating beverages...

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DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

DENSLEY & JOE1NSTON'S REPORT At Newmarket on"'l Touesay 104 its Donsloy and Johnston sli :--Fat SIcep- Wothrsa 480 Morino, J. A. Troup, Tou rolio Lodgo, Tourollo; 408 cr.ssbred, comoback and merino, Goorgo Bros., VWerribee, to 14/0s ii7t .erosslired, come back and tnorino,M'Donald Bros., Under banks to 18/7, avg 12/4; 270 merino, It. S. Foraior, Fairfield, Greenvale, at 10/6I 226 marino, Thos. M1Murray, Greenock Farm, WVorribee, at 12/; 208 comeback, S. lollin, Worribeo, to '/O0, avg 12/7; 127 morino W. A. I.n;'~, Wapp in Estate, Boonto Boon, .at 10/0; 0 crossbred, Angus MsGillivray, Llbero; 0 crossband, J. Noustoadn Mlilno'as Bridg; 8 cross. bred, J. D. VfWheo,. Cullen Park, ,i Millan'as; t.4 prno, 1.. Alford Iochinvar, at :12/g. Ewes " 172 cross bred anidmerino, M'Dpnald Brols., Undor. bank, 0/0; 134 erostobrode and comeb cek, P. Dwan, BItgeet West; 120 crosshred 2-tooths, R. S. Forstor lrairfield, at l0/10; 64 morina, J. P. Androl;, 'ailan, at 8/11 ;i 19 orossbred, Angus ...

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ARE PEOPLE GETTING TOO TIRED OF THE THEATRE? [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

ARE PEOPLE OETTING TOO TIREV OF THE THEATR?I Bicycling, golf, and theo mu hail hwa .lffected tho buea ineo ide of the theatre. and on the other aide the impetus der?ed from Dumae filb, Augier, and Ihe ham spent itaelf. The theatre is Ioing its audl ence and it inapiration. Thlat i why the question of an ondowed theatre has comn op again The intelligent minority will not _o to the thleatre, an asertion which iL not rquorved (says a writer in "JMacmilUan's by giving lint, of succeaeuln men and ??ren who go to the first nights that are fahionable among a certain ola of peopha who behive themselves to be faahlnrble. People are geting tired of the thatil, o its cheap efdfect, its coarn moethodg it vain resetitiona, its atnck personageo, its nrmlit,. and its aormrano of file

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

it-and what, more have t at a .ipr and ol a quality to con ene . ?.!tself to y{u. "- • S m erely mi at l and c articlr st u a or st?iatestmn rcihase is se h as S it-s anid r wha t's orf i w ' ' at ' a ? ' i crnsi just a qul. ality tol o ise L k o- our... store as y Guar sant?or 'om iiim.nd have strollc Gr E NiFfA L D RAI EY` . MEN'\I'S & BOY'S CLOTHUNG, Boots & Shoes.: TYZACK C.., iPE'RFCT CO KE Y WIT IOUT DIRUDG ERY. he Wer e rm -An O:~'- 1i G._ ::.: W. erribee Farmes C oae ni'five I oitysd Strs . Benii{ l#or.llu a o.b placed whore ever you lik...-. :2. Sav. Uoi cioppie nd rin of coal. :Thu heert i u n c r eoii plFac o meLrol. -4. You hativeii - Li' e to attie y' tto. r-than ' "g ' " s ucerh. d Sv er & oettei than coal I ni oio Nur ehm, eI oalways. coo. II YIOU dbi QClVOU1 'WIFE BU1 kI-ICR' o "P RF..T. I ,. trrb - ..: J rT- iý iPn()i ' -"Joino . '>itit i .Y.ARIIfEih a B eflaB I IiMonthly - Market I RATUhDRYV, F,':.IIAU R "Y .10,. 1912 I)E SLE\" & ...

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C[?]FE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

M. rs. Wall- (P~ident of.Bazaar, "in charge), Afeeda i Ditin, Cann', Toohey, Tyguin.,. ?Hackett, Maaony. also a nimiber of yo ngdadios assisting. COMMO?? EALTEL. Mfesdoames - M... unuinghnam and P. Hickey (in charge), hoMrs, D.Hogaon. J Shainaan, G .Sha i'.nn, J. O'Connor. Dwyer, D. Phelan, and Msis Gibbons. Valuable 'help was given by a number of assistants. " PRODICE.L AMr.. J. Beasley (in obevgo), Mesdames T.,~Bonslev, Brophy,' T; Green, and 'rDerinott. The conmmittee is greatly indbted to Mr. H. Gibbons for his practical help and assistance in fixing up the" stalls, etc., which did credit to his artistic tasto. The Werribce brass band kindly gtve their -serviceos frh on, two nights durhin. the Fair. Their kindntss was imuch appreciated. -TUG OF I?\iVA " , wERRIBr?.: JlF.'I R:FAR11 liOAD \.? reil~co..' 'da6t . 'F?;rn Road. ast Is . st. Ibis Joe George 14 '4 I:W Gibbonne 10 1 W. lfeheron:12 -8 F.'llhier .1C 0 Sid Agar 12 :2 i .l Brackley 18 8 Ban Balding 12 8 , Lynh 11 7 J. King 1...

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He Would Be King. The Coronation Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

He Would Be King. The Coronation Eyening. Krak told me that I wase to go to bed. and bade me begin the process by taking off my ohoes. G looked her full and falt In the lace. t; .I "I won't till I choose," said I. "I'm King now"; and then I quoted to Krak what the Archbithop had eald. She liftted her hands in amazement and wrath. "I shall have to fetoh your mother," she said. "I'm above my mother; she knelt to me," I retorted triumphantly. . . My mother entered, followed by Kirak. loy mother looked very young and pretty, but she also looked severe, IRs this true, Augustin shbe asked, sIt tIng down by the fire. "'Yea. motsher,' said I, arrested In my fl?ght towards bed. "You, refused to obep the Baronqsso ." "Yee. I'm King now.". And threw your obshoe at her " " The Archbishop eald-" I began. "ile quiet," eald my mother, and hab turned her head and listened to Krak, who began to whisper In her ear. A momenl later she turned to me. "You must do as you are told." abe eahl " and you mus...

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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, JAN. 25 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

;Wer ibec :$1iria,B8ttneil WICIBEIIC3Pb., 'TllULUDAY, Jih. . All corrospondonce. for . thls Journal should bo In.hth, offico boloro.1 o'clock on Wodnosday's. Advortisen?sals rocolvod u;a till B p.:m. on Wo?noysday s. TIm Weribee district residents. should-kick, and kick vigorously against the proposed purchase of 1000 acresof the Closer Settle ment.. area,' recently purchased from Mr- Gcorge Chirnside ab~dt a'inile and half from the township-by the Metropolitan Board of Works, presumably for the .deposit of. sewage. .The Board.. already possess some thing like.8000 acres. o :land;',d' largo. portion of. whiclh.,is yet. innoGent ,of sowage,:and why do, .they desire ,t, add to their acre age ? The land was bought for Closer Settlement purposes, and should be used'for that purpose. If handed over to the Metropoli tan Board in the near future, all the perfumes of Arablia would not sweeten the atmosphere in that locality. A public meeting is convened for to.morrow even ning' in the mecha...

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THE GARDEN. VEGETABLE SEWING—JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

TR E GARDEN. VEGETABLE-SEWlING JANUARY Best.-Sow 'Yo. utumn aia winter.crop. : Borecole or K?tle.Sow largely to use from June. : Brocoll-Sow a few:early sorts to uses in Mayh and June. Fiuisl planting out late sorts ,eaajlythii mnonth. Bruaeel .:Sprouts Sow,. largely ICauliflower-Sobwlargely early ii this" month.," Carrot-Sew i few early sor tist use? in June andl July. Cabbage-Sew largely early in the month. Celery-Sow a few seeds of at ea~rly variety, to use from the- end of July; plant out former sowings as they advance. Cress and Mustard-Sow fort nightly. French or. Kidney Beans=-Plunt mnenium.crope, for uee In'April ano May,. Kohl Rabi-Sow largely. Lettuce--Sw a few to remain until fit for use in six or eighi weeks. Onion-Sow a few for salads, tc use from April. Pera--Sow a medium crop ol early varieties, to use. in April auC Potlaoes-Plant. dut Kidneys or other early varieties, to use in Apri and May. Radish-Sow a few of the lont Port, to use in four or six weeks. Savory. Cabb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

Sovelli and Spurling, TMHEt CORNER, J'j'avre landed a lovely. stock :of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPtING UTiTINGS from 4S. BOATER$S , :est sihapes, 3s p6di to 6s.6d. SWEATE SR Ib button close at neck;. S T1ENNS SHIRTS [otr warlm .weather. TIES, :SOCKS, :BIIACES, and evicrything a aitti. .. wanls to wear at. THE .RIG.HT- .PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth is. ..and is ;6d., to prove, we a:re: THE TIE K'INGS. T lE RACECOURSE HOTEL (''WERRIBEE.) Ii[rST'.CLASS Accomodatiou for Travellers ait Visitors at thi Oldl J etablished Hotel, which is'replete with every convenience,. and the' mainy facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Public will be duly appreciated. T e. choicest and best brti?- 'f Winea8, Ales an6 Spi, its are kept at this establishment. FISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON IREII. M. A. DIXON, . Proprietress. COMMERCIAL .'. HOTEL WERRIBEE.. . S- .0-0 I _ . e'.: P"FGS to inform the pnublic generally that sihe has taken the above ) well-known hostelry, and that s...

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CHARACTER BY THE EARS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

CHARACTER BY THE EARS. What infinite variety there is" ln ears! The man or wonian ;fond o' ,reading character, and studying human nature, will find that'the" ears will "many a tale unfold" as to tempers-' mont and also-gifts. 'Strictly speaking, the perfcctly-pro( portloned.oar should be preclsly thle name length as the nose..-The gener: ously-proportioned ear, well-shaped, standing out from the head, a deep rose color, with rather thick-lobe, ann wvell-curved rim, Indicates braveness and magnanimity. ,.The woman who is well able to take anre`of herself In the world, is pushing. rnactical, and perseverig, will have rather a large ear, fleshy;- and well covered; with a fair-sized lobe, and a well-turned fold ono.the 'outer margin. In position, it will lie rather close and straight to the head, without slanting -backwards at- all: " This ear: belongs to the woman who Is successful as a hdusekeoper and mother, or.aesa busI: ness employer or servant. ?."WOmen who areborn in luxury, and ...

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WHAT NOT TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 January 1912

WHAT NOT TO DO. Don i? throw orange peel or_ baaani :kla on the .pavement. ./: Don't carry" an umbrella' under youri -arm -and let- it stick out behind, at1 "thhrlsk of poking out an'eyb of, some. body-who is follonwlg in your, wake. Don't tlObnaLk- in sour chair and balance your seat. on two legs. -.Don't -rock yoursbelf in a rocklug-chair"as f -you" had' Wagored to seoe how' much rocking you could, get into, the hour. Keep: your tfoot stll. Let the',curtain tassels alone. .Put'the books.you, look at.back in their places. When vlsit log, don't strunmi, on; the: pianoa.and' .don'tlet,' your childiren do:, ao. :'No 'matterm ?if -yourhoiteass4oes.-'aaurel .,ou'thatn'? s.;nomattei; and -that'"-t: will -not 'hurt the piano, she doesn't mean It;: she Is 'really annoyed; Don't talk over your family affaira The world at large does 'not care whether, your husband takes milk with lhi tea or not; and It Is not a matter of public interest that your daughter cannot eat pastry or that your littl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 February 1912

F IIIINs I ATERIIAL ritvarrivcd T, Haok ; Lins,- Gut iiif pdokots, Spoon, Sinkors; Spinnors, Minnows, Spoon Bait, loats and Rod- at tho ,'INNf'' o nnp IF YOUR SEPARATOR. Is not working satisfactorily - hard to turn-losing cream-deliver. ing a.low test cream-running hot in the boaringe-shaking violently--iL is about time yLu thought aerioesly3 of replacing it with a reliable, free-from. worry time tested ALFA-LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR. The !' Alfa" is not a -low priced cheap" Separator, but it is a GOOD machine- the best that money can buy. It takes all Ihe cream out of the milk-is easy to turn-simple in con. struction-is dependable and ever. lasting. By tusilng an "ALFA'" the .income frornm your .herd. :i increased tlth .the- extent 6f' £1 r',i cow per year over and above • what it' is' pos sible to obtain when a Separaltor of anty Othei make is installed. 1,250,000 in use. LIBERAL TERMS-EASY PAYMENTS. J. BARTRAM & 0S4O. Pty., Ltd., 19-23 Kiring Street, Melbourne, Miss:, STEBBIN...

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PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO'S. SPECIAL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 February 1912

PEARISON, OWE, SMITH. & co's. SPECIAl . A . les re. Pearson, to?e, Smith aitd Co. report havi.ng.o;idneted k salseein sheep sale at their ..a rds at W?ore bee, re cently, when 17,233 sheep were yarded." T'here was a yery. lrge, attndasnce of buyers from all parts of the State, keen comnpeition, and p ices fully d.. per hbad higher than lile sales. Ofithe total nui:u ber yanded 15,702 werbe sold, the follo.: ing betlg sirnagoftho 5df+th -jtil?l1 prlddoe obtained :-1528 crossbred owes, 2-toot;h Norioern bred, rathSer small ffrimed, .on low condition,. 10/8; 161159 eiinebchk we, '4 ;yearsn old, hn even;lot, in good store condi.iou, 7/8; 729 crossbred eods, full mouthed, in rather low condit on, ?V,6 and 9/8: 079 crossbred ,aid cornoback awes, 4 tooth, fair frames, in good con dition, 14/; 0671 "crossbred 'owes; full mnouthed, in low conditiotn, 8/15 609 crosebred ewes, 0 and. 8 tooth, good fraimes, in forwsard 'onsdition, 11/7}-, 456 crossbred ewes, full mouthed, North orn bred...

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WERRIBEE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 February 1912

WERRIBEE PiFOGUkSS ASSO CIATION. A meeting of the memnbers of the above, society was held on Thursday evening last. • MIr. W,. Troup in. the. chair. Dr. M nley, and Messrs.' Bay ley,'WW Troup' and L V. Craw ford we? 'aipointed delegates to represent: the association.. at -a meeting'' of ' kindred bodies 're holding an .Easter Carnival to raise funds foi- the* purpose of improving the recreation reserve. The hon. sec. read the balance sheet which: showed- a credit of £8Os. 4d: A. few' small. 'accounts were passed for paymient. The hon. sec. was instructed to aseertain. cost' of a manual: fire t eng a ecied to proceed with the petition for the :c-eation.of oa central riding. The ..hon. :'sec. and Messrs. M'Keown and Williams- were authorised to arrange for an open air concert in the recreation re serve on Wednesday, February 21st.

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HARVEST THANKSGIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 February 1912

SHARVEIS'p. IIANKSGIVING. lait Sunday the HIarvest Thanks giving Services were held in St. Tl-honms' Anglican Church. The eacred building, .which wiis deco rttedle with l heaves of hay, fruit. vegetables, flowers, etc.; was crowd ed at both services. The choir, under the new conductor, 1Irr.?E. Reynolis, rendered two anthems. SI will feed my flock," and i Ye :hall dwell in the Iland." Mr.Percy ayley presitled at the organ. Tho lhurch orchestra assisted in the iiithems, and also playedl " Judaes,' .,?n-"i Hli.el.: d 'Ihp sermonl was rt-ached .thy I the vigaI,:R.ev. _ 1ia ' l b? ci,:; rfcom th.e kt-e Gene sit 8-3, " While the eafth remain oth, sal timne and harvest, -anI cold and lheal,i and sumti?er and winter, Inal day and night shall.not cease." After referring generally to Harvest Tla!lpssgivings, the vicar in .his nsual erceful iund stirringllangnage, spoke of Ihe opulence of WVerribee. " Surely if there is a district in the sunny : land of i Auslralia where' po6ple should rejoic...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 1 February 1912

.Likttt,.ts .o .iUanlyauts isurvi Atv Newmarilet ona Tuesdaay Messrs Densly and Johnstonsold. -Ft Sheep VWethers.- 881 crossbred and smerino, M 1Doanld Bros., Underbank, to 18/%; 241 mer'no, luncan 1M'Crne, Pen lands, at 10/5 ; 122 tMosabred .aid n oomebank 2 tooths, John Ball, at 181/nd l12/; 102 crossbred and comeback. H. Hnmmill Cowwarr; " 195 or'osbret sand merino, W. J;. Troup, formornat. 12/11,:lnttertit 10/6; 1 .croslBred,'. : . J' Gfibons," Mtarchiasn East ; 17 rneanno W. A. Bon, Wappin lstatnte, Bonnie Doou ' G"croosbred, J. t-MeaIeoE, Kyabirano 5 'crossbred CG. talph, Hill View, Laket owan ;2 .crossa bredi - D. Iplph, The Ahntiondl, Lake Rowan. Ewes.-124 cr.ossb-rd,, umnean M'COrtae Pentlands; .I19 crossbred: and criint akol , -tb laoty Droi.n. .loosant :Hill; 116 mnerino W, A. ioin Wappian R?tate, Boonie. Doon ;. 98' oroshred ',tndsminrirto, S. Nelson, lannawarr, 16? 1?1/; 72 coalote hack nn' n merinii, I,.I"`Thlpl 1111l-View, Lako Rouan : 5' teoasbredt . :nod. !nnoe. lna...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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