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APHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 March 1912

-APHORISMS ABOUT MONKY. , Money, "the root of all evil," as It has been-called, Is the subject of the following sayings, selected from the rworks of great writers: "Make all you can; save all you an; give all you can." "A wise man should have money ia his head, but not in his heart." "The use of money Is all the advan tage there is in havingt .. "Put not your trust in money; but put your money on trust." "He- that wants money, mean ana content is without three good friende.'" "Money Is a servant if you know how to use it-a master if you do not know how." · . n

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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SUCH WIVES MAY RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 March 1912

SUCH WIVES MAY RULL Women who aspire to control the. husbands should remember that the men who are most thoroughly .under wifely influence are generally those Tho least susp'ct it. To achieve this result requires a great deal, of tact, patience, and self control, and the woman who possesses these qualities shows by the same fact that she is fitted to act as the control. ling influence in her husband's life. But it is always. wiser for the wo. man who aspires to guide her husband to do so unobtrusively, so that to the outside world'she appears to be fol lowing meekly in the wake of her lord ,and master,while. all the time -i-- actually" "the'- power behind the throne." !'

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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 28 March 1912

HERE AND THERE [ By Johnnie Wallker.] Mr. Billson, the Minister for Education, says that there are now over 2000 school committees on the Department's books, and there is hardly a school in Victoria without a committee. Has Worribee State school a committee ? If so who is on it and what is being done to beautify a splendid site P What aid is being given the head teacher in pro viding equipment for sports grounds, etc P Although winter is not yet upon us thr dancing season was begun by the annual ball to comnmetno race St. Patriok's Day. This was followed by the opening ball of the Daphne Qua lrillo Olub.. In both cases the musio was supplied by outside string bands. Cannot Wer ribee sport a trio-Piano, violin and cornet or flute. If not, why not ? Should we need to pay the heavy rates demanded by visiting parties f Great need of a wood cottage bodplital in Werribee. Good opening forlet;quatitld nurse vith.the back ing. up of tihe local dootor and chernist. Writer does riot own the h...

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Short Story. Olivia in Damascus. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

Bhort Story. Olivia in Damascus. fly SAILAH NOItCLIF'E rCLECGHORN, in "The Delineator." Cups and saucers were set out for the oist tea Olivia Mallory was to drink with her grandmother Partridge on the mountain-top. The dozen lights of the tiny town of Zion ncirclred tile house; at the head of the Valley DaItmascul village shllone like a contelisltlon. Olivia eyed It from the window; It was i fairy town to her. tier grandmother Partridge had carried her away from Ultnstaecu in her nntlh yeart, when her mlothler died. She had grown to seyen teIen here in the moUntain Ilthalet nor had she ever gone back htl Itwice to visit her tour bouncing e:sters on the filrm where they lived ilth their gruudmot.mtt 'Mallory. Olivia was slentler in figure, with an otalt pnluk face, in which her eyes shone blue as little wells. tIer black ringlets were unched boehind her ears. Silt spoke the delicate language of past generations of country ladles, and wore their clothes creamly with Iage. From antique...

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A SOCIAL AT THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

A SOCIAL AT. THE FARM. The Metropolitan Farm Social and Progress Association held their iiaugural social lust Friday evening in the Farm Hall. The hall was well filled with members of the society and their friends. The presl dent, Mr.. Charles Fell, explained the: objects and aims of the society were to direct and control all sports and, amusements on the Farm.. They, had-undertaken to asphalt the lawn tennis court and lay clown a croquet'lawn and bowling green on the -Park, also to make arrange-, nents to give the school children a trip to the Royal. Park or any olher place.of interest occasionally and to. arrange for an annual railway pic nic: for all members once a year. It- wa, their intention to arrange the same facilities for the south end as tlitnortijtend would onjoy. One yery' -fmporttait mdatter' that tlhe society- ;witsl:itnhnifoiii s oin wath that :no strong drink .shouldl be allowed at' their functions, any, meinber.' becuming intoxicated would be liable to expulsion. T...

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CRICKET. WERRIBEE V. MOONEE PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

CRICKET; WERRItBEE V. MOONEE PONDS. Werribee atoned for their defeat of the previous Saturday by making a draw with Moonee Ponds. Mlob3ine Ponds sent Werribee into bat, and at.the call of time Werri bho lost 5 wickets for 80 runs. . W. Comben, the blub's assistant scorer, made 35 in `splendid style. His driving and timing were per fect, and his leg play was, as usual, good. R. Beamish . made 16 in good style. Raphall, a fast bowler, caused a good deal of juvenile bar racking by his apparent "throwing" wlieri -howling. - loonee Ponds madb'104aLind wore till out. Latham thade' 44 and Swift 16. Didier hnweile in his usual good form and. had the oreditable average of 5ffor . . WERRIB]I..; ' W. Com an, , R Iphall , 86 E English,-b Swift r . ... .... 4 it. Bcrinnih, et,bEusto ... ... 10 A. Codiboed, b Eustace: "... ... 5 VW. Agar, not out, . ...- .... 1: Sundries... ..... ... 11 '5 wktsftor ... ... ... 80 S MOONEE PONDS. P. Swift, b Didieo . ... 10 S. White, a, b Didier... .. ... 4 I;? Ct...

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LAST NIGHT'S FIRE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

LAST NIGHT'S FIRE.: TO TIIE EDITOR. :IR-Reforrilngto the ditastrous tire that .occurod-last night, I wish to start a list-to help lMr. Liddlo in his dlstressi{ig circumstances, and enclose herewith £1 as my. donation. Leaving this to the generosity of the Werribeo people, I am, yours, etc. DAVID SHIELDS. Worribee, 3,4/12. [Sovereign received, and we owill be pleased to receive further sub eQriptions-ED.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

TU¶P OF WAR TO-NIG IT. WJERRIBEE;.v. LITTLE RI.ER, OOMBINED CHAFFOUTTERS V M*ETROPOLITAN FARM,. I.N.F. v. DEMOORATS. 9.45. :B. ASHBY'S TEAM A nBYE COMBINED EASTER Carnival TO BE HELD ON EASER `MONDAY, PRIL 8, 1912. 2 ON. THE" RECRE ATION :GROUND, " IND THE' AUSPICE'OF THE'. - Progress Association,, Friendly .Societies, y ' clinig, Cricket,,,.ennis and Football Clubb, and Metropd?itaii Farm Accident Society. PROCEEDS_ IN AID .OF . fImfproveinntsl toI the Recreation GroIlld, ,~Patrons": Captain Chirnside; C.M.G., Mr. A. T. Ozanne, M.P., Mr-A. R. Robertson, M~L.A, rs. of the Shire of Werribee, Mr. G. T. Chirnside,. J.P., Dr. Manly, J.P. and Messrs. G. Troup, and W. Edwards.? Cycling events under the Auspices of the Werribee Bicycle. Club, " affiliated .with the li .ýC.C.A., open to L.V.W. members, also Footrunning under the patronage of the Victorian Amateur Athletic Association Excellent Entries, 150.athlets engaged. Champiofr Footrunners, Cyclists, Boxers' Wi?estlers. TUG of WAR Come...

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Knew What They Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

Knew What They Wanted. Milliners have other troubles be. •ides the frequent difficulty of collect' ng bills.. One milliner tells of a let. er she rcceived from the wife of a nan who, in a brief time, had ad' .anced from poverty to great wealth. its family was still in os'scurlty, but -as preparing to emerge. " want you to make me a bonnet ,na two hatse," wrote the wife, "for .is and the girls, and expense is no ccolnt. - - "My measure Is nearly 12 inchies "om ear to ear over ithe head, and !ght under the chin and six from op of forard to back hair, and that's ,ear enuff for both the girls. "I'm sandy. Jane is dark, and ,i.cy's got red hair.. We want lively olors, and I -want blou flowers and 'trings on mine, 4Iosides some ploomns. "Jane wants hers green, cod Lucy vants pink; we:o don't care. what •hapes, but they 'must be becoming, aid so as they won't blow to pieces n the wind; nor we doji't'want them cud. "Please send within five days, and f satisfactory bill will . be paid at inc...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

HERE ANlD THERE. YIB Jonu?t WVAL1CER. The •luc?dlatiotl Cutgtress was respotnsitle -for some wonderful ideas. Now it Melbourne profeseor is advocating a system of local sIlool boardstl, with powers of rating for educational purposes-ala in Scotlad. ' Tlie rate is collected alonlg with the municipal. rate, and by the anitne collectur.. Now we want no muore of saolh brilliant ntioi0.s1 Whalt sort of special edu cationlt Would Ippils get. in cert;lin shiree.. .If councillors .and rate )payel'r are afraid of a uon-and-six upeny,rate, ful orditiayrypurposes, wh!,t would happen .to the eduda :tionalt.ax.? . N?, .we do nllt want such a scurhino, but the expetrioluce of mlany ~lirtes is aI litt ottne ahilling rate -ias not enough.. "Johnnie \Walkter"thopsl to live to see the extra ben.efic tlis alshire'.obtails frout tthe otle-attnd-tli'eepeiizny rate. Ile .expects to Ihav a dtecenlt footpalth -lt the matin stroot, altd at least a waiter cart to keep duowit the fearful clouds Labdor leiaile...

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What Women Road. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

What Womean Read. It has recently been conptled that in America womena. taken ino th aRgregate, reead three timase tie itr..Ltty that men do. 'ho quonltiluo nleeae: " What do they read 7" and the aleawr ito : " Novela." Fiction appearsa to tu the favourite rend. Ing of women. the wideo world over, from the boldelr to the kitchen. It Io demon Otrotced In olr own cuntory hy the ntmhenr or womeno who mnthron tml o t pthlh int Ihe rlargo subscription Ittrartee. Invariably ntak tIng olt dIvnin. IProbably the sox whose Swork is neover dons" ned the aettlmulue or writinga of the Imoglnation to enable theim toeontinuoe the daily grind. It Is comcortlng to find that many a groeal man followed the anne form of mental die. sipatlon. dr. Gladlstone rend ileton om nlvoroetle, sad oonalooal?y weate an arUoil on the worka at lady novetita-u.o wit, hire Ilurmphren Ward and Ouldn,-" Ohronltole." Miss Meiena: Itnente my igonranca. ut ought I to call you hfr. loam or Dr, Donal The Doctor (tradatnit "O...

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What Every Husband Knows. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

What Every Husband Knows. That it isn't saeo for him to invite ,ny old friend home to dlinor without :arring for timeo ind the privilege a ,colt or so ahead. That it takes only one to make a That the day:ls coming when he rill rise up in his might and assert Imsolf, not suddenly and unrlignifid 7,, but calmly and permanently. That thie housohold expenses could *asily be cut in half itf he only had he time to put his gignatic intellect ind business experience upon them. That there is. always. one room In ho house that simply cannot walt any anger to ho decorated. C" That the "little affair" In which a "few friends" are to lid invited means in the en' bount- two weeks' hard work, a hous. full of Umple, and an exponditure 2 many, hard-earned pounda. The main• trouble Wlth the fellow who kills time Is that he kills so much that belongs to really busy psople.

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COURSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

OCOURSING NOTES. Owners and trainors are reminded that. the first meeting of the Wer ribee Coursing Club for the seasoni lakes place. on 22nd inst. (Eight Hourse Day)... This will be for 16 dogs at "£1.1s. each, with £2 2s. ailded. Winner £12, runner up £4. and 2 doge at-£1 each. No deduc tion. Only singlo nominations ac cepted. and if necessary a ballot will be taken. Lst d(ate for. re. ceiving entries, Wednesday, 17th inst. at 6 p.m...Draw same evening at'Wall's Hotel at 8.30. . "

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Americans in London. English Society Twenty-five Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

Americans in London. English Society Twenty-five Years Ago. " The Atlantic Monthly" for October cop tains an interealsting article by tile A.\lnerlca writer. Mr. Thomas \Ventwnertb Ilgglnsonl entitled. " The Road to England." and givlin impnressions of societY n this country In tile early seventiise. front the ipllnt of view of the Amterlcan visitor. it tmany e said. In general (sayn Ihe writer that Amercan sltrangers who liad decent Iit troductlons were mostt kindly ret-elved twenty-five yearn ago, in Londole. A Iltett flanvor of forelgnnto wean not only hornt patiently, but accepted as a merit ; illn, It deed Lord Iloughton told ene that the early Americans. as Tlcknor and Summer. had been-sometlime chararterel ed a to having enough filavour on their own noell. I conno, lorget, however. that Miss Kate YField, thelc living In London. andl having a decided cllrls of popularity of her awn. used nto deelart that the English klindlinss towards out follow-countrymen was strictly lmltedl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

- -There is not an article of-apparel that men wear but we hare it--dnd what's more have'it at a price and of a quality to cbmmeno itself to you. Look on our store as -your store--come in and have a stroll round and choosewhat you want in your own time--whether its -the latest, novelty in ties, a new fashion in shirts, a nobby hat-or merely acollar: and collar stud. Your smallest purchae is.just a9-i we ioa .your largest-ans we'll do our best for you in either Splendid ir'ige of;nbw Season's Patterns just to hand. Cali and irspeft S , ; Satisfaction Guaranteed " GrENERAL DRAPERY. MEN.'S :&,- .BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shioes. TYZACK & CO., "- 'HE CORNER." PERFECT COOKERY WITHOUT DRUDGERY. C. .... . TO VE The Werribee Farmers' Co0operative Society's Stares: SOME OF ITS POINTS . :i "1. .Being portable.can be placed wthere ever you -lie 12. Saves wood chopping and carrying of coal. 3.-i The heat is under complete control. ? 4. You have no big fire to attend to. 5....

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COMBINED EASTER CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

COlMBnINEDEASTER OCARNIVAL This promises to be one of the best entertainments which lines ever been held in Wertribee. It comn mences on this evening when the first round of the tug-of-war.willbe derided. Boxing and . ivres(ling bouts, will take place, and these events should be worth seeing, as the very "cream" of Melbourne are competing in these 'competitions. The same programme of events will take place on Saturday evening when the semi-finals of the tug-of war will be decided. On Monday a sports meeting will be held with novelty events of every description. No one in the shire should miss this meeting, at which some ot the best runners in Victoria ire competing. W. J. Evans, the Victorian 220 yards champion, is engaged in the sprints. G. Elliott,. the champion Aprinter and winner on St. Patrick's Day at the Exhibition will also be a starter.- In the evening a great dramatic ontertainment will be held. . This- effdrt promises to eclipse all previous.per-. 'ormances, and should be...

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Humours of Clerical Life. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

IIumours of Clerical Life. Tho Ry. C. If. Grundy. M.A.. has a paper in the " Tomplo Magazine" on "'The Humorous Side of a Parson's Life." loor people bring their children to tile parson to bo lectured. Once an excited mother brought a great, stupid-looking girl into Mr. Grundy's study, shouting. " Now talk to her. I told Marli I'd bring her to you ; now you lJst glve her a good talking to." " Whnthat ho edone ?" "Never mind what she's done, you talk to her." "Maria." i said. " I'm a hamed of yol o 'low dare you? cause all this trotuble to yoour mother I At your age you Ought to know behotter. Don' let tme hear any more of tkhi sort of thing, or I shall be very afgry in deed." They departed. and to tlhis day what Maria had done remains a mystery. 0low easy it Is to convey a wrong idea to/a congregation through untidiness or mind or sheer nervousness was Illuetratel In a church not tar from Broekley, where the vicar solemnly announced that " the collection next Sunday will be for the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

T.IrT.-On the 4th inst. at the residenco of his son-in-law, T. Peacock, Synnott Strcot, \Vcrribec, John, beloved hus" band of theo Into Jane Tait, in his 79th year. Funeral Notice... STAT--Tho friends of the into Johri Tait are respectfully invited-to follow lis remains to the plnco of iritermurt, tho ;Worribeo cemetery. Theu fuieral will leave the residence of his onl-in-law, Mr. T. Peacock, at 8 p.m. on SAtiurday next. W. WARNE, Undertaker.

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WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

WERRIBBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, MARCH 80, 1012. Present-Ors. Joh?soji (president) ansd Ors. Agar, Leake, Canny, Troup, \M'Naughton, Browne. and Beamish. CORRESPONDENCE. From Colac Shire, soliciting co operation iii unging the Govern Inoet to amend the Thistle Act, so lthat .it miay be more easily applied' anid liett~i results obtsined.--To be asupported on the motion of OCr Le:,ke, seconded by Cr. M'Naughton. From' Samuel Smith, Brooklyn, calling attention to the three chains 9of unnitido road leading fiom !'his place off the' Geelong road.-Engi neer to report. . . . Fromn a Tam Shire, e'lti9g that a d' leitiltion to the Minister'of Rail ways to' urgo the repeal 'of' the Railwtay' Land 'Acquinitidn;n Actl and laskling that'' \o'rihe'. Shire :Coancill'send .del gates. -'i nister ' of; Pulii'" Worlks:'-to bo :'anl'tol `upon'th'iApril' 3.--Coinplied 'wlti. -Prgesilont and Cr. MqlNauuihtoiito From Ppblic 'Il th Dl i iTtnAilt-i; .stiting t'hat- .ft.'. I?li "' OrtV i'th applied for reg...

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Perils of a Parachutist. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 April 1912

Perils of a Parchuttis t. Once upon a time people who went up in alloons were considered plucky. Do not on this account run out and buy a balloon, for to one will think much of your performance unless you are prepared to come down In a parachute. And this i a very different omat eor. Toe sensation of rapidly mounting Into the clear blue Is delightful hut lwhen It cones to stepping out into space with nothlng in your hand but a big umbrella- well. It makes you think of the croming holidays and whether you will be "there." " need not assure you," said a well' known aeronaut to the writer, "that it re lulree downright nerve to drop one's physical organeism earthward from a balloon, at a height ol a mile or two above the ground. I have done this thirty-one times. I per' formed the feat at firsl with abundnance of ourage--much more than I now possess ; for I conofess that the more descents make, the eas heart I have for them. " No. I have never met.with a seriouts ac cIdent, for which I ...

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