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EFFECT OF FOOD ON QUALITY OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 September 1911
E-FECT Op FOOD ON QUALITY- OI MILK. The question: ins tihe kind of food any effect on the yield of milk and its tat content? has been madeo a special study by Professor Hanson, who re= p'lies that: (a) Some -foodstuffs, such as mafi ~nra, and to a less extent, maize and oats, increase the yield of milk" but depress its percentage' of fat, so that the total fat in the quantity' of milli rroduced by a cow remains the same, The decrease of the. fat content canus ed biy mnlzenr foddor as against brad Was 0.20 per cent., canused by maize and oats as against barley respective' Iy 0.26 and 0.12 per cent; - (b) Other foodstuffs -raise the per' cer,tage of fat, the yield of miullk re' r.alolng without change. Among such n'ay be mentioned palmnut cake and :nmal and cocoanut cake. These foodd were tested in two series of trials, Iand In each case caused a rise in the fat codteat; thius, as against-bran, adt increase of 0.34 pe'r cent, and 0.21. rer cent.; and against a mixture d sarthnut cake ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 September 1911
To Stand this Season at his Owner's Farm, The Pure-Bred Shire Horse, &nbsp; Rising 5 Years. BRAMHOPE DRUID II 25,975. PE DIGREE. Sire, Myn Hitchin Duke (14,782), g sire, Hitchin-Duke 9,586, g g sire Bar None, (2,388; glg. 4dire, :Lincoln, (1,348 ;g gg g gsire,:Enterprise, (764, gg g gsire;.Champion, 13921; g g g g g gasre. ChanpionVaatts.' Dam 141426 Cleifiog fyfnwy bd.AereBoy (17480)' g dam, '24,174), .lvsesey Fussy,' by Munchnusen (6190)'; g g dam, (16933, Livesey Spade Queen by Soueddock, 13 325)'; g gdam, (2,398) Fussy by Tnumper, -Jlnior, (2600) ; g g g g dam Bay Smiler by Wonder, (2557) by MIattihless (1500.) Bramhope Druid It.holds a Govern. mont certificate for soundness. Bramhope. Druid II won Twoo First Prizes at Anglesey, Wales, 1907. Terms, £6. £3 . to' be paid. al service and £3 when mare proves in foal. In the event of any mare or mares being sold or exchanged, the origina owner will he held responsible for th full amount of Stud Fee. Every care taken but no re...
QUEENSVILL & KINGSVILLE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 September 1911
QUEENSVILLE & KINGSVILLLE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION Though the Kingsville and Queens- ville Progress Association has been only a short time in existence its efforts are bearing early fruits. There is every likehood of the streets and paths on the two estates now &nbsp; being made by the Werribee Council on an improvement rate, the terms of which are that the Council raise a loan and the residients benefitted pay the Council the cost of con- struction by instalments spread over a long term of years. Messrs. Dalzoppo [Delzoppo], Tomblin and Judd re- ported to the meeting of the Associa- tion on Thursday night having visited Werribee and handed over to Cr Troupe a petition signed by 97 out of the 110 residents of the estates asking that the roads be made on an improvement rate. Following this on the motion of Crs W. Troup and A. E. Leake at the Werribee Council meeting, the shire engineer was in- structed to prepare plans and estimate of cost of above work, works to be paid,...
Gone Forever. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
miono Forever. `""' De Frawd--Iawl Did I-haw-leav my umbrewlla hbre when I-haw-left yesterday? Joames-Ilaw-no, alr. So far has I can make bout you left nothing be. hund. ou, air-not heven a tip for the 'all boy.-Ally Sloper. She (eeveroly)-I have been informed that you intend to give a bachelor din. nor to your friends on the day before we are to be married. Now, as I under. otand it, a bachelor dinner is for the purpose of taking leave of a gang of fellows whom no gentleman would in troduce to his wife, and I abould Just like to know why a gentleman should' have each He-bMy deer, you have been mraiin. formed. I haven't the lonatintention of giving a bachelor dinner or takingleave of anybody. "You haven'tt" "Of course not. I ball most them every night at the club 'uet the ame as before."
THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
The carpenter is driving omn0 nails into'b plank; the ostler's. blithely. itivig .to clean a charger's.shanki the bsebal artist pitches, the fairmer ploughs:for riches, the.hired 'man' a I digg~ing ditchesq.tgiling at a crank; i ,Tho. saiiorAtis liajJbbwknotd aid' bins up,tarry rop?;i'thoinker cooks hi-douighnutf,fth ogrpoer sells hile ,?saps; some chaps are busyclerking, er e?ngife levaers jerking .and other . men arp working, producing white men's . hopes. I look upon; "niy neighbours, and.have now faithyin: mati; each liusyatl. his labords,-and' i doing ~yhat.he an': tohbe'' foreveri, Sdoing.achlteviig and pursuing, aisawing wood and, hewing-that is the only plan.' But nowthoe weird cc spellbiider appears upon the bcene; he gnashes tusk and grinder ,with ' fierce and awful mien; he milkeso the toilers weary of work that once seem; ed choqry; he springs some foolish theory thlt ranklesin:'his brain. W The talker, O the talkers, who taunt 'and pirouette I DisRndragersjan: mockers o...
DIDN'T WORRY HIM. And He Was Not [?]erdigris Proof at That [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
DIDN'T WORRY HIM. And IIe Wis Not 'h rdleirl Proof at That. "Aren't you afraid of these bright green cucumber pickles?'" "Me? iNo." "Perhaps you haven't read the state ments brought out in the recent food luvestigation?" "Oh, yue, I've read them." "Then you don't believe them, per. haps? ldxperts testlled under oath that the brilliant green was Imparted to those pickles by verdigris and other poisonous chemicals. There was no reason why they should lie about it. Do you know what verdigris Is? It's one of the deadliest poisons known. And It Is only one of a dozen Injurious things used by the manufacturer, any one of which, taken alone, will canlu death. Yet you are not afraid of those pickles ?" "Not a bit." "Well, I can't understand such Indif. fercuce!" "It's perfectly simple. I would have told you If you had given me a chance. I never '*t plckles."--Chicago Tribune.
COPYRIGHT. COLONEL THORNDYKE'S SECRET, PART 8. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
COPYRITGHT. COLONEL THORN DYKE'S SECRET, BY C. A. HENTY, Author of "Dorothy's Double," "A Hidden Foe," &c. &c. PART 8. ' ' can quite understand her feeling and yours, Mrs. Cunningham. I do hope you will be able to disabuse her mind of the idea that I have any shadow of feeling of regret that she instead of 1 has the estate, and please try to work upon her on the ground of her father's wishes. I could see that her face changed when Mr. Prendergast put the matter in that light, which 1 do not think had occurred to her before. I am thinking of going up to town in a couple of days; I was thinking of doing so to-morrow, but a day or so will make no difference. I pro pose that you both go with me, and that I then help you look for a house. Even if you don't get one at once, a week in London will he a change, and you can then, if you like, go somewhere for a time. Of course. iath would be too gay at present; but you might go to Tunbridge Wells, or. if she would like a seasi...
NEGATIVES FOR MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
NEGATIVES FOR MOTHERS. Never hag.. Never be too severe. NeVor break your promnises. Never talk about the children, either in commendation or disapproval, in their hearing. Never forget that you were once a child yourself. Never forget thdt your friends can hardly be expected to share your own absorbing ihterest in your intants. Never claim that the children 'ln" herlted- all their jad qualities front their father, aniil all their good qnall ties from you. . " Never, ahi nover forget that every child is entltitd,'tdoa happy childhood, and that in later life you may not have the bower or privilege of making it happy of guarding it from unhappli noes.
BORING FOR WATER IN THE WERRIBEE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
BORING 'FOR .,WATER IN? TE?.I WERRIIBEE. DISTRICT;, ...Mr. IIH:Qoibboae hna ist. ecomplete a bori?g.vmnaOohne that ia capable; " of goingthroogh rook; oi any other. eBabstancethat "t to be.. met with,. to .,. a depti of 500ft.. : It is drivoni bya a. Felix' Mfotor EngFne? ?tI ha .jiuse complited its first 'bore ol?m'theo Werribee Park l'istate :;whLic'h :;went " to 6OfC t i lees, than, five days` whilie.a 'it striokl a, good; qupply .of w': ter which ,couldinot. be xredueed 'by'-' pumping it out.at the rate of 24Ogale; per hour,.: Mr,,.Gblions: iaicted':tibe site for l?e bore wth'tbe diining-rodf' :wlitch ho hoaed with considerable !uiesrea" hiay g.r: found ..waterB a' " .Verribeo, d Little. Rivral"H -e k:I1 i attisfi divththe reroquiis be .ha iJ 'iatiiteid FrkPi the borqe.lie hasala ready p? t?qwan.that he is prepared?? to guarane'tey? t4.r",-,-t :,water?,a? , -d ": ",? ','' , .
Maud's Ruse. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
Mutlels Ruse. "Your father is just a littie bit woll-opinioziated, you know, my dearo and I'm rather afraid as to what he will say when.I ask him,'1 said he. "That's all right, George. I know how to manage papa," she replied. So the next morning she went to papa in a state of great |ndldation, and oxclamed, "What.do you think has happened? That absurd young Fnan, Mir. Jenkins, has had the imPertineeco to piopoead to oel" "Absurd Youog mabo" exclai?ned het father. "Who are you callipg absurd?' Let me tell.yost that I consider Mr, Johkins a hard-working, stlady. re. spoetahle youhg fellow; just the' verb. sort of a husband for you. YIu'll die an old maid, Maud, If. you'ro so con foondodly .partcle.cP JTokt toll ?,. Jenkins to see,me, aid I'll maltke it il righL" And It Was "all right." "Th?'e tell the you have' had moct. Monoy jeftyou' said Browb . "Yea," lreplied smlthl "i' It ' ?tt ..$ ltl lie liq 1 rr,) , . u L is .._ "~~.
THE CLOSER SETTLEMENT PROPOTED WATER RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
,THE'7;LOSER, SETTLEMENT S'ROPOPTED .WATER RATES. Pear Sir,-I see, in looking over your paper of 3rd September, a re ply frdni the Water Coenmissionr through Mr. A;. R. Robprtson, M.L.A, re the, charge for. the'wator for the proposed 'stock and domestic saipply' for" the Worriboo Park Es tate, which, to my miid;,"is very vague, :and leaves us very littlb fur thor ahead.. Mr. Nally says that it is expected that the rate for the supply of water for domestic, and stock purposes will unot oxceed.2/- in tho pound of the' not annual value of' the' land. (Mind .you, it is only expected, goodness knows what it really will be 1) Why does he not say npproximately the minimum and maximum cost per acre, 3d., 6d., 1/-, 2/-, 3/-, asthe :case may be, so that the intending settlers will know how to work it out. This .valuation business is?all very well. Will it be valued once or i's often as they, think :propor --There is a differuee .in the valsiatiocl oflanid in its na tiva tate' efferbd.by -the ...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, SEP. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
Werribee Sbirn:Banner. WEIARIBEE, 'THURSDAY, SEP.21i, Alln. corrospondonce for '" til Journal shouldipo In. th, office bofreo 1 o'cloc1 on Wodnosdeyas . 'l·dVaertlnmontes .rielvedL up till .upm?. on Wodnosday'. , Againu,we~.wofldreniind the residents of the district that the Hons. J. E. Mackay andA. ,R. Robertson will deliver addreses ,in the mechanics' halL at three o'clock, on Saturday. afternoon next on the Workmen's Compen pnation Bill. 'As thisi is a matter of :much importance, to' the farmer and other. , employers .of .labor, the hall should be well, filled. Farniers are said to be apathetic in political matters, we trust that Qpnthis,occasion they; will('mcke an 'ffort' to attend and show. that /'ich is not ri the case.. at> le._st. as far as. Werrib-a;i~ conce~ned.. Time, three oMlokl bi'Satiiurday next., Placg,,,mechanics' hall'? :For Bronchial COughe take W?odrk Groit Pepperu~int Cirde. 1/B The" servi~ ceof the Anglien churches inthe'district next Sun day will be :-Werr...
SOIL IMPROVEMENT. WORK AT WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
SOIL IMPROVEMNT. WORKI AT WVERRIBEE. "In .the Werribeo district as i amost other parts of Victbria;: pionee farmers' cropped continuously ant '?gave no .consideration to the future Year after year, vwithoutallowing th soil to.rost, they liarvested more o . ess heoavily of oats, 'barley: sai 'wheat. On the' drier areas mois tArs ?irquirements forced the adop tioin'of a fallow system which carrier wsili it a sleoeping period. and thor ouglh cultivation. At:' Worriboo bountiful. yields "of lha and grair were obtained, and no offort wet ade, blo y applicatiop of plant foods; ~'o puIt back souotlhing ofl what: wai tanken o bt of the gropd.. With haij, everytlining bunt. a short, residue of straw was removedj .and :pt~ We i? '' beg whe grain ~wsgathoe, deider ~tuicittth cro m wascc n nctthadled at e .straw was;kolds Phiu Sprocess of,yobbing was going odi to.an extent not; approabhod in the chief wheitt .growing:;area. Ls "c : REDUCED RETURNS. The red loam soils of W'eribee'ats noted for t...
LAVERTON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
LAVPEHTON DISTRICT [l OUR ICORRESPONDENT.j The opportune rainfall of the past pnqnth has had a beneficial effectlupon the.crops and grass alike.. Both;' are naking satis factory progress. Favored with ordinary. -raln and. sunshine-- the farmersa should reap a. -good Mr F Whelptonrs ead.t acher, off the- local..-state" sch?l?l. is confined to hisa be sltferipg " froth an attack6f aten~icitis,,:?, A: concert in aid of church Fdnds, was held ir St Clenients' Ch'iich . on.: Thursday evening last. ' Although hte weather was semewhat ::unfavorable; ' there was a .very fair attendance., Unfortunately a. number of the, performers failed to put."in ran appearance and consequently the programme was not as varied as it should have 'beeni. Reyr H. L. c Decil pleased the a'udience. with. his .:-'contributionsi"". and Mr, Reynolds beautiful tenoxr' oice was heard to perfection in the ° tenderiing of "The Holy City." nobsag the other best performers were . Misses., Chamberlain recitations" M'Innes...
WHAT DOES THE DOOR SAY ? [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
WHAT DOES TE. DOOR SA'f In one of Sherlock'Holmes' storloe the author makes due of the characters - admit that she "did~h?ng out of the house" lh a blirry and in anger. It Id curlous to ,observe how the word "bang" has beeh applied to the vio lent shutting of a door, but It is still more curious to reflect on vhat that action indicatesoa. The slamming' ti a door means, lh the majority of cases, anger against someone in the house or room; not only that, bht It siguliles that the btfpn ded party thus giles expression to ai.- noyance whlch he or'sho would not darn. td6 show' by spolekeun..word&lt;a -Ia polnt..-6f fct?.'lit ? rather b eowAtdl,,. way of replying to those -.who 'hav ruffled use. :' . Tom Hood wittily called it a£ *dibdb obath, and'his knowledge Of human t," 'ture was not far out in this repe(ct. Anyone. who bangs a door, with til0 possible exteption ?f a railway ?)t ter on duty, Is guilty of either bad language or cowardide. MoreOver, the fact is plain to those wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
1Shoeing Forge, WE- RkIEEE, OPPOSITE T1l RAC kX)ITRSE I` iOIEL. WHEELWRICHTS AND" CENERAL SMITHS. ECPAIKRING WINDMIILS A. sPECIALITY. ALL twOnR CGUAANhEýED Scovell and Spurling, THE CORNER, i O I S C R A Y, iwfe landed a lovely stock ;of NEW SPRING GOODS) SPRING SUITINGS from 42s, 8 3BOATERS, latest shapes, 3s 6d to 6s ad, e ,NEW SHAPE BOXERS. as FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close at neck. u= TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather, TIES, SOCKS; BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear at TIE. RIGII PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d,, worth is, anid Is 6d., to prove we are TIHE TIE KINGS. WALL'S HOTEL, (NEAR RAILWAt STATION) --- E RRI BE E. S(Under New Management), irst-ilass Accomodatiou. Wines, Ales acid Spirits of the Best fBrands. iooed G tabling, Horees and Buggies on Hire.o SD CANNY, Proprietor. &CJ., aO.3d5 8i A BIG STOCK AT "THE BANNER" BOOK STORE. First Prizo Ldrgost Stock Buggles, "R, PhgCatons; , ACCESSORIES. HARNBS.;, &c. NRoaow and ioa gons, ...
A YOUNG MARRIED MAN [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
A'YOUNG MARRIED MAN Midst overlook his wife's little tads and shortcomings II he would be hap. DY. Must let her manage the house hhd the household arrangements. Must help if she asks him to do so. Must niever taunt her with, "Well, what else did you expect?" when at, tairs have turned topsy-tutvy. Must not criticise every little action,. or wonder to whom on earth she is writlng Whenever she has a pen in her hand. Must tell her- how pretty she looiha when she is Wehring a dross to please you. Don't grdnt and say, "I suppose It'll do." Must nbt forget to sympathise with her in all her little troubles, Just as he used to When he was ohly her sweet heart. Must hot forget to be geOnrdus and cheerful, and to do all he possibly can to make his wife Just the happiest lit tle woman In the world.
THE CAUSE OF SHOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
THE CAUSE OF SHOWERS. The howers 'f our summer after noons are due to a change of tempera; ture ii the region of th clouds. Warm air is capable of holding more nolisture In suspension than is cold air. Whed by ahy means a layer or corrent of Warm air which is saturated with moais cure is suddenly cooled a portion of the vapor must fall as rain. Cold shrinks the heated air as pressure does a wet sponge. and with precisely the same results.- In. mountainous coun tries this cooling down 'of the warm and damd air Is most commonly pro duced by the' air being brought into the heighborhood of mountala tops which are cold. It Is for this reason that in such .countries .the'showers mostly origin ate among the mountains, and come 'through the . valleys out upon- tho iplailns. ' ... . It. will be easily undefdtood that the higher the mountain theamore striking will be the effects produiced.' I it be a snow-capped peak In a tropical re glob, a' cloud will. be. formed such as 'to Conceal 'the su...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
Your Shol - SYo " i 3 Its all'vry well for"'folk to ay appearances don'tcq4sst. They do count. "The Tailor doesn't make thde man 'bat he makes all of him but his hands and faceduring business'hours. The kinds of suits we tailor refleet creditl on their ',wr:arers fitting perfectly with that smsrt-hang and style iabJut them that bespeaks the well dressed man. Splendid :i'1 e of new. Season's Patterns jst to hand. .Call and inspec Satisfaction Guaranteed. G ENERAIL TRAPERY. MEN'S & BOY'S. CLOTHING, Boots &-Stho0es. TYz .ACK & CO., - "'1MTH CORNE.L Where's Your -Light! Don't te, fined, for having none. G-et a laip from the. Co-operative Stores. "THE HURRICANE.' 'The Lamp.for the Stable. Cannot B:ow out. You need'not'bef ifr iit i ed of the constable: 'ji5 you .carry, 1., one of these lamps: irde~.;yowr buggy seat, It will 'fit on the ,dash~board of your buggy._ or waggon. Cannot shake or blow out. The Lamp For Your S Dlming - 1Room. . A perfectly safe, Scentre d...
LITTLE RIVER BAND OF HOPE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 21 September 1911
LITTLE RIVER BAND OF HOPE &nbsp; CONCERT. &nbsp; &nbsp; The annual cohnert of the above was held in lhe mechsnical hall on a Tuesday, Sept. 12th, when~ an ei ceptioially attiactivo programme consisting of' songs,. recitations; tab leaux, dialogues . and phonograph a selections wa. presented to:a large audience, and each item was well I received.. Special praise is due to Mr. add. Mrs. Bull for the trouble they went to to make the entertain ment so successful both, financially and otherwise. The following is a list of the items rendered :- Opening chorups, members ; song} I Mr. Cox, "Twilight," encore, '"The Vete ran's ong;' ' song,. Miss Stew. L art, "Father cape hpeh?w.'-ree'ta ,??n,:? B .T E. B3oadle, "It's no Joke to.be ai baby? tableiau;' " Women's :Rights:; '-action song,;' "Stioking. mendiig -" dialogue, " Visitors from No-where Laud,': in which the fol oIowing took part--" Phyllis and. Nanoy Misses E. Bate and A. ,Pel! low; Jack Mr"J. Carter, Fiddle-de...