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THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
THe HOUSEHOLD. Meat. R served.-Thetaremains a rmeat- dishes are easlly dlsposed~:ofdar r there ares severaleattractive ways.o re-serving cold meat, and many housne wives know ether recipesbesides the 'Irme honored hash, mince or cottags .Is; but it does not'adem to strike oulsekepers that what is left of hash * i or' minees:aymabe re-served a se? ond tli ift we exerclSe.a little tngen. -lty i?n. thlgklnog o dihshilnwhch, while hy a.ge up .the jscraps, yet appear.ti, e, qulj freshhsben theycome .to lth. tile. "The remanls of mince come Jr eroll for croquettes or rinsolee, especial : If this be sightly curried to maket.e hangs in the. flavor; and'another wa) f serving scraps of meat is na fol .ws:-Cut a slice of.bread abbout twt :ches thick, cut into rounds the size f a tumbler, and hollow out the cen,. e, leaving a little bread at tho bot im; soak these pieces in stock and 'y a light brown; fill the centre witt ny remains of meat or fish, curiled ' oscible, and serve very hot, Qutite...
FLOWER SEED SOWING FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
FLOW\ER SEED SOWIN'G FOR FEBRUARY. Tiis is the first month of Autumn, iand the weather is usually dry luring the early part, therefore we do not advise s wing any but those reliant on early rowing for their full development. If not already done, make sowings of :-Anemone, Cqirla. Lion, Cornflower, Iceland, Poppy, Pansy, Raiiuncllus,: .Stocks' (Tijn tlowering O1' " Nice" varie-is)` Sweet Pea (New Tall Early-flower ing varieties), Wallflower(Annual). mnul Phlox.
M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
M.U.I.O.O.F. The March quarterly committee of the district assembled on Satur day last at the Mechanics' Insti tute, Sunshine. Thie Provincial Grand Master, Bro. D. T. Shaw, pre sided, and was assisted by his deputy, lhro. I1. Morrison. The \Villiamnstown Lodge was repre sented by P.P.G.M. Grigg, Past Grands Baker, Iook and Matthews; Footsoray Lodge by Past Grands lorlase, Hunsen, Richards and Vitnnrd; Solway Lodge by V.G. Steward ; Newport Lodge by PP..G.5M. Bremner and P O. W\Yhigh; \VWydham Lodge by Past Grands Blackwell and Stuart; Sunshino Lodge by N.G. B anagh, and Bulban Lodge by 13ro. A. Trim. The correspondence dealt with showed that lodges. were availing themselves' of the oppor 'tuity, .o- ?ivestinig thoelr "rpl~us' funds ir.t Govertuneat st?d6k, but the bulkt or it was connected with purely adtliinistrativo matters. Funeral donttious to the exteist ' f £50 were passed for refund. A very hearty welcome was extended the represenoative of the now Rayal Bulban Lodge, and the...
THE PROPOSED NEW RIDING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
THE PROPOSED NEW RIDING. TO TIlE EDITOR. SIR.-Some of the ratopayers are labouring under a misiaplprehonsion concerning tho proliosed Central Riding:- They have been told by someone who does riot unlldorstand the matter, that a township ridling is to be formed, that dairying will bo prohibited within the area and that rates will bo immediately raised. Firstly, a township riding will not be formed, but rather a Central riding; govorned by the sein'oe rules antl ordinances as tihe other ridinge. Secondly, d'airying is nIot prohibited within the present townlship area nor will it beo affcted in any way by -thb 'formalionl of a central riding. Thirdly, thle ales will not necessarily be raiatd, the rates and revenue at proseilt tleriveld are silli ciput foi all general needs and pur posesr If it were n0ot so \Vorribee township would havoe bhemen pr'o claimed a special area long ago for extra taxation." Whether a contral riding is formed pir not the fact looms very plainly; tlpiht certlin...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
eSDENSILEY & JOHNSTON'S REPOR'F 5 At Nbwmarkot on. Titosday Mbosrs" Denaloy and. Johnston. sold :-- Fat, sheep,- 1Vitirors - 405, crosebred: comeback.and merino;.Norman. M'Pher son, Ellersioe; 270 crossbred and' como backl, Yin: Tootell, Pineo Bridg o; 2.10 ' merino, 'T. J. Troup; 923'merino,. Win.. e Crawford,. to' 12/11,. averaging 12/7; 207; crossbred:comneback and" merino,. Metro politan. PFarm, to 17/,. averaging 161/2;: 205 merino,. John Robinson, Lavorton; S194 comeback and merino, Thos.. Robin.- I son,Melton, former at 18/, latter at 12/5;. I 47.onerino,.A'. V" Roberts,. ?dvendishi; 814 r first cross Southdown, Jas. Elliott, Pan- Snoobanmawn 14/;8.merino, E; Cunning- hain, at 11/06; 1: crossbred,. Chadwick,. Lake Rowvan, at 18/.. Ewcs-506 comeo- j back asd "muerino, JohnRBall,, 10/4';. 121h crossboed,. comeback and merino,. lf.. r Chadwick, Lako RoIwan, to.18t/O 12/ ands 9/1 respectfully;.- 115'. rossbrod. and1 comiebackc, HI Ckmpbell, Poowong, to' 16/; ,7 flirst. cr...
COMPLAINS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
?: OMPL'LI NS. CO TUNl EDlIrro.. Stat,-You desarve the thanks of the latepayers of the W'.rribee shire for bringing-under their notice the. way; the Governmenlt is- delaying settlement on thu 1Verribee P'ark estate. You say about four yeats, ago, but, L think, it-was about seven yc:ars ago when- it 'tvw.. acqlir ?d 'riley tnid it woitld lu open for. llp, plication it twelve mlonthls,.tleli tlo irrigation schellue .wale montet antd we were told it wonld ho tall'. re'tly in two years,. but it is- not settled; yet, nor,. likely to be,. that is soe cossftnlly,. utnder their valuationl.. 'lhe sach-llne for. stock(and domlestlic suplply IpuIrllostus is (iii eveljry'?? cessful Iarmler canll tell yoUl) doomnedit to. failure. '·Tlhy have not one Wile, of channel penrope ly finished yet, in,; fact, one place tlley llndd dto cut-; lb roughl it to let- Hlbod, witersa ~wi?v.y: that they bloekud. np,. expectitlg aI small lipe to-take- the Ilood w?hters. alWa'y from, alnl ordinalry gully,..- If th...
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
RIFLE NOTES. On " Saturday last-.a .team from the Victorian Police 'Rile Club visited \Verribee and firedotl a match against the loDl rifletaen, alid were unforttunlat in mctinlg the Verribee menll in real good fornm, -the 10 ment puttling up thle tie I:verage of. i5.S out of the possible 70. It. was anl ideal'day for shuoot. irg ant? tLo match was a very aln joyable oneo for both sides. On Saturday next a team froim the Foots:rav Rifle Club will visit \Voerribe to try conclusions with the local- club. Members atro acked to turn ulp as early as possible on the range. Thi annual trip this year will be to Leoihgttlh, whett matches will be fired atgainst Leonl gathllaiuld tMalidan, two clubs that ought to keep thu \\cri'ibeoirille men busy to avert ilfetit. Scores i.s follows : - WE"aIRIBEE. -. POLIOE: - . Wills .. Dent...... Dent . C(. Berlnhardt 67 I Furncll ... 68 Capt. IHansford 67 rolft ... 07 f. Roddrop ... 66 Cantwell ... 07 I. Stewart ... 66 Wardt .. ... 04 "W. Roberts ... 1I V...
CRICKET. WERRIBEE V. CARLTON CLUB ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
CRICKET. WERRIUIBEE V. CARLTON CLUB ELEVEN. Werribee played the Cirlton Club eleven oi the local cricket ground last Saturdtay, and the match re-o entled in .a draw. Wotrriboc won the toss. and, batting first, piit to gether 87`for the loss of 8 wickets. W. Colahen batted freely for, 26, whilst English p)nt up 17 not out, and It. \Valker 16 not out. The bowling for Carlton was done by F. Holden, who got 5 for 20. The visitors wero all out for 105, of which IIocking contributed 14. The Werri tbe trundlet)s were Didiar,'5 for 19, and R. loamnish 2 for 18. l3eamish being put on as last ch sage, got Rocking with his first ball. Scores: WERRIBEE. lIildorbrand, run out ... ... ... 4 L. Creed, b F. IIoldei ... ... 7 W. Coenbon, b Ilocking ... 2 E. M. Waltor, a Sinclair, b F. holden 1 R. A. Manly, c and b F. loldeii ... I P. Didier, b F, -IIolden . ... , 7 W.. Ag,r, bh-F. Boldsn... , It.'3eanllhsl,-o Bldcking. .. '" E: English, not out? .. ?.-... 17 R. Walkoer, notoute- ... . ... .. 10 Sfor...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE THURSDAY, MARCH 7 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
THB Werribet Shire Banner. WERlI1BEI..TIIUIRSDAY, MA.ROIL 7 All' corrospondonco for' this Journal should-be In tho. offico boforo 1 o'clock on Wodnosdoy's.. SAdvorllsoments rocolvod up till 6 p.m.on Wodneoodoys.. At the annual meeting of the Werrribee agriculture society held on Monday evening last, Mr A. D. Rowan in the chair, the following'were elected by ballot as councillors for 1912-13. Messrs G, T. Chirnside, Jas. Browne, J. McMurray, W. J. Calder, R, J.. Browne. E. M, Walter, J. Liersh D. F, Sewell, A. E. 'Comben, R. Phillipe, J. A. McKeown, D; Canny, V. Austin, J. Cowie, G. Harrison, W. Harrison, L. V. Crawford and R. Peacock. The last four named have not pre viously occupied seats at the council table of the society. Abreak.in the continued dry weather is anxiously looked for ward to by those .whose tanks. have run dry. Had.theYanaYeln been laid. on in, the town, when offered, some years. ago .Wor-. ribed would not have experience a shortage of water for domestic purposes. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
There is'not a.n article of apparel that men wear but we ihate it--and. what's more have it at a price and of a quality to commend itself to you. - Look on our store as your store-conme in and have a stroll round anid choose what you want in your own time-whether its the ldatest novelty, i'ttlet, a new fashion in shirts, -a nobby hat or -,,,- merely a coliar;and :collar stud. Your smallest' purchase is just as welcome as ydi?tlarest--a?d? we'lldo our best; for?youin etther ., case. '" Splendid range of nsew Seisbn's Patterns just to handt. I a~nlld inspect SSatisfaction Guaranteed. - . gE. ERAL DFL3RA RY. MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. TYZACK co., "?'IE- CORNER." PERFECT COOKERY WITHOUT DRUDGERY. .T OIL ti' 4 JIE. SOLID ALT' The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society's Stores. SOME: OF ITS POINTS . 1. Being :por'table can be placed where eover you like. 2. - Saves wrood chopping tand carrying of coal. - 3. The heat is under complete control. 4. You .have lo b...
WERRIBEE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
WERRIEIIDEE GUN CLUB; Thoe above club held a suocessful shoot yesterday. The attendance was good; Afternoon lea was pro. vidod,.and* we are told that the lady friends of thelhlub will provide r~. frouhmoens at all shoots held, during the season. Tho following are the results : STARLINGS; First sweep-'" Cromnar" audi W. Ison divided.. Second sweep-If. Delany.. Third swoop-John. Ison and W. eson divided. Fourth:swoep-W.. rson,. SPARRnOWS First swoop-John, Ison.. Socond sweep-Jouhn Isoti,, De, lany,,and A. A lhou dividedo.
COURSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 7 March 1912
COURSING NOTESL The Werribee Coursing- Club social; held last Friday evening, was well attended; Cir, Jas. Browne. president of the club, presided and kept things briskly a moving. A lengthy toast list , I was negotiated; and . numerous songs and dances, given by mem= bers of the company, were much - Iappreciated: The cateriig, in the - hands of Mr. C. . Sinn, left nothing to bedesired; and helped very materially to make the social the-success it was. Mr. V. Austin, secretary of the Werribee Coursing Club, desires to acknowledge receipt of a donation of £3 3s. from Captain r Chirnside to the club's funds.. s The committee are particularly pleased with the interest taken in the club by this gentleman, and hope that other local sports . will follow" suit. Members' tickets for the coming season are now available and may be. I had from the secretary. Most of the farmers in this district are keenly interested in I . coursing, and last season helped: the local club very considerably by al...
The Temperance Lecturer's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 March 1912
The Temperance Lecturer's Story. IA ?vell-knlown Aoemerlcanm ?turor wan lecturllng In the Midlande, and the prple ulith whllnnl he was staying on Lais partict la" oeca?on asaed lthi to relatea sca ftor thema lie nLl theore wouh hbe n d1111 cllty. ?e none were wto ee 're?ervl, brt as they enasttcd he tbounht he could guarantee them the front row. Into the frenL row they nalled that evetng. and were mllch narprie'l at attraotteg no much abteneon. deome o it iboing mnenitenad In the form at broal gar? n d audd l ee w.hiapere ol 'T hey ton'et look no dlssipatdl alter nil," and. " Who would have toens It it 7' Thls ellng 'eantc?ionred at napper. (the leetlrer ehld dryly that ble ewa not ntlonlehol. He had given tetLructleon, aceeortln Io clustom, Ulha the tront row wmo to be akepL t o ro. fortmed drukards. If one can believe all that It said about Prince Dnmoarek Itl dlifer?lt tlmee, he must he a mont renlmarkable man. They nay now tlhat ili hatraed Of ally fancy drapcry alboutl his room...
CULTIVATE ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 March 1912
CUL' NA1IA ENTHUStAOti. A polltlclll lead of the late Lnn;; aenconslleld onive praine'd' another pori ,iin an belong ai mna 6 extremel: anleratn views. -In other words," nald t.oHl Livanonnt Icld irtly; "ah is I Ot n' without con' l: ons. snnotlo$ thls `tol~, a nhrnwtl ohtenr w of: the .worl d tlttindtncoarned of need;.f6r enthiuslansm: 1i nthuisi&idm is a tire that ein*:;i'ln aery stccesentnl man. Withont -it, t .16 is Iile a'i engine, wtteat eneaam tlRetter..boll over "than! not loll-ai. I1. Red-ll zeal.tntny prutldc taresi _ ad snozzenti dllleas htt It ntlwan en telln 1. t6'Thflaaaý ha'iR Sri itea~aatz'baer n at Ias friends aiid admtirers, while, the epld Alan uitto ked Oa oilther opnllhatne nor 4it'riiis: Ntilaodt thfltas him" worth atteititoa: "Even thttse who Inoghb at the aa' l at the enthuslast are secrecIy lotrelne ad by It."
Short Story. The Keeper of His Honour. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 March 1912
Short Story. The Keeper of Hies Honour. , Iy ALAN OSCAR, nl " M. A. P." "Then 1s there no hope for ame, Rulth?" " I'm afraidt I tmut say ' no,' Cptalin Straight," replied Itutn Itex with steady eye, obut faltering voie. " I-I had--ounted a good deal upon It. I'mn not a--mere-boy----" "I know you are nlot-I know 1 mln refusing an offer which any woman might be pIroud of-but-" "Yor answer is fliual " Yes." Hlie was In the act of moving forward to take her hand to say farewell, when the door opened ; a young follow with "brother" writ plain upon his face on H" llo, tralght !" , WVell, Phil 1" Rlth retired towards the window. " By-the-bye, I dine with you at mesa to-night.t" " Yea ; but you'll have to excuse 1110 now, 1 wow just going." " Well, thon-at 8 '' " Yes. _to?l-bye, Mim, Itex." She turned, the two clasped h:uldn, loo0ed olnce lnto each other'' eyes, and parted. " That settles t !" aitil Straight na he ganled the road. " I'll start to-night; I've tluna to catch the boat at Aloxa...
NO OLD MAIDS IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 March 1912
NoO ?;AIDs~ IN:RUsSIA.' The idea Ii dtali allowtd tospriov In Russia that single lte' Is a 'asgralce' to women, £fr there are no r.hi mnalds except In the rellgious order. -r If the parqnts cannot arlange a' marringe for the daughlter she nomkos a Journey, an' ls: thusa Irs to. 1 . gos. lping community. Soon repilts are clrculntdd of her marriage to a foreoign or. Long absdzicn brings ftrgeftulncss. ? so that when the story is told of the, death of the foreign hushland fi a strange land there are few who -cre' to inquire furtlier. Indcrd, it is ireach of etitunette to suggest,.dcubt, under such circdlhdtanncee, and the woman finally returns as a" broken. hearted widow. She has met the conditions of the toauntry, and she Is no longeor a single? rerson In society. Thus the fiction of" 'no ubnmarried women" Is pieserved inj 'he donmaln of the-Tsar. r
Copyright. A MIDSHIPMAN'S ROMANCE. PART 14. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 March 1912
Uopyrigna. A MIDSHIPMAN'S * ROMANCE. . ---4---:·c By W. Clark Russell, Author of "The Death Ship," "The Frozen Pirate," eto. PART 14. Belle, however, was not disposed to Lie down merely becnuse the dusk of the night had drawn around. We got some supper and she sat by my side, and we talked in low voices, insensibly awed by the mighty spirit-hush that rested like a visionary uplifted arm of menace upon the sea. I can not but think that uly romance reached its highest point this night. I was alone with my sweetheart upon the ocean, in theddarkness of the night, and if it hod not bcceen for the stars, the lone someness of that black and breathing breast of oil was such that GCod Him self, as the poet says, would have scarcely seemed there to be. lid I make love to smy sweetheart. Did site make love to me ? You nnay take smy wor ,~;i to , ;e:s very little acntimcnt, at sea, and none ot all in an open boat, when people are thinking of their lives, and looking over the side and imagining ...
THE KING'S KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 March 1912
THE KING'S KITCHEN. One of the most important personc In the Royal servants' hail is'the Clerk of the Kitchen. who enJcys the not. Inconslderable salary of. .£700 a year. iad his board, the latter being, of course, the best of everything in sea ;on. He is assisted in his doubtless' .rduous task by no fewer than foulr aub-clerks, whose duties are to keep . sccounts, send out orders, and check hills. But this does' not complete the Clert' of the Kitchen's bodyguard., He Is ex-. pressly allowed "a necesshry woman" (a quaint phrase) as another assist ant Besides the.Clerk of the Kitchen at the toyal .palase, there are-a host of other exalted' functionaries. First ands. , .arais eaCdziihhbthsc'lad C, s,, ldr e' -tt , iy eotiled'-tb'"Chef."t HMe tsb'receive,, £700 a.year, and han under him far. Master Cooka at £360 per ahnum aplece. The . asitei Cooks take' Master Cooks' apprentices, who pay for "the honors" about 200 guineas a year pre mlum. Next follow a couple of Yeomen ot. the' Kitche...
BATH DONT'S. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 March 1912
BATH DONT'8. Don't take a hot-water bath if noe" Yous or neuralgic.' Don't bathe your hbnds and face In' bard water, If you can get soft . Doi't take any kind of bath directly after a hearty meal. Don't attempt to remove dust" froii' the face with cold water. Don't take a hot or warm bath In lA cold room. .t Don't take a hot bath withobt a:cold'. water finish. Don't bathe the face while warnmt from exertion. Don't use cold water on the frie' while overheated. Don't use a sponge for tle face att any time.' Don't remain long In the liatl, hot or cold. Don't neglect the air and sun bath.' Don't neglect a daily bath of some kind. Don't take a cold bath when fttliged.: Don't believe that you can get rid! ot wrinkles' by illing nL the crevices with powder. Just before .retiring bathe your face .with very; warm, water-so warm that you wonder how. vro can stand It-and then with cold' water-so cold or cool that It will be' ll aglow from the, reaction. Thon reo .re with no tlought of the morr...
ADOPTION OF JUDGING SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 14 March 1912
AD)OPTION OF JUDGING SYSTE M. At the monthly meeting on Taes day of the council of* the Royal Agricultural Society the president explained thait at the last show a referendum was taken among ex hibitors as to the most advisable system of judging to be adopted by the council. This resulted.in an expression of opinion most favonr able to two judges and a referiee. Mr. A. D. Rowan said that single judging had stood a long test. .In his opinion it was superior to other methods, and he moved that the societyrevert to it. In seconding the motion Mr. H. H. -Pock taid that last year, under the systein of two judges and a referee, a farcical occurrence had aklcon' pla~e in':that' d'sheep had taken d1ist ptizo in one section, yet was place I fourth in another similar section. That was 'a ridiculous position which could not occur with single judging. It was, per hape; possible for one good judge to be got for each section, but not three. Mr. Macallister held that single judging was a failure. ...