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Three Young Barristers. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 April 1912
Three Young Ilnarrlster.' An nmuolng story of three young baurrlo torn Is ril tMmd by the writer in the " Now P'enny dagaoine." In theo year 1865 three young barristera wore soatcd In a room of a hotel In a North of England town, dicni'0 ng t'helir prospects. which were sutnnwhnt gnluny. They agreed that IIthe lar as a pro fcerlon wat pinyed out; rcerptL for onlo who ad nit Ilnuentlial backing. " shall go to Indic." naid oneo, a man with quick, bright oyen, and strong Jewioh cast of oreo. SAnd I to Shanghai," soaid a youngster, whose every featuro spolt culture nid refineo went. 'pho third, on Irishman, a little onlder than either of the otior, triwd to huearten themt a littlo, and bog od hin two friends not to throw away thio/ IIreY for want of L Ittle patience. 'Ih'bey did not emigrate, and after nmatny ynears the young scion t larnael' bouen presided over thoe ouso ot Lords, nrst of hin roae, by tho style of Iturreor. yaron olerachell. The youth who dreamnt of hangnhal ts now npo...
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO'S, REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 April 1912
PEARSON,,ROWE, SMITH & CO'S; R BPORT,. At Nowmarhet yesterdayMessrs Ponr, soni, lowo, Smilil and Co sold :-47C orossbred owes, F Boamish; 467 cross bred wothers and eoies, from: Moutc William,.wethera tp 18/, owes. to 14/5 200 crossbred cwes and, merino. wetlher froi.Stonolaigli ; 23 morino wolthrs, S IL Arthur, Laklo View;. 210, merino evotlors, Chisholmn Bros, Fernsido, tc 17/8; avoraging 15/11 ; 200 crosbred and merino w.-thers and' owes from Blair gowrio ; 207'cr,.asb:ed wethors.and owes J. J L Hutton, Ruby Glen; 200 cross" bred, and.comeoback wetbers, It U Kitzon, Mount Ida, to 14/7 ;. 108 merino wetlere P Hackett,, o, 10/9; 105. crosabrrd w cthors, F Walker, Nagambio ; 101 merino wotlers, E. Cunninghm ; 188 morino, wotbors, liss A Ryan; 185 crossbred wethlrs, from Darraweit Guin to 17/0; 180 morino wothors, Harrison Bros, to 10/7 ; 122 morino wolhers, John Mason..Altonvnlo; 111. torino wolhers, G Hookoy, to 17/4 avoraging 10/2; 111 crossbred 'wotlors, PJ Koano, Fish Cr...
LOVE UNDER DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
LOVE UNDER DIFFIOULTIES. Man is oftoen placed in an embar. ransing position, and for the time being would give all he is worth to beo out of it. The most heartrending case probably on record in explained by a note which was recently picked up in a rural post-office. It read os follows : " Dearelt -, Tihe reason I didn't uInll when you laft at me in the post office yesterday was Iecause I had a bile on my face and kan't lullf. If I lall she'll bust. But I love you, bile or no bile, lall or no laSl.'
SPADES WERE TRUMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
SPADE1 WIuRE TRU1MPU. He was an elderly son of the soil, and he had all the farmer's savage hatred of rates and taxes. To add insult to injury, a perky little Jack in-oflice of a rate-collector recently called for taxes he had already paid. " And would you b'lieve it, Bill," he said, when relating the incident later to a friend, "the feller began to abuse me." " Did he ?" said Bill. " And what did you do 7" " Do 7? Well, I remonstri'ated with him." " You did 7? To what effect 7" " I dunno exactly ; hbt the shovel cot broke."
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO'S, REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
IPEARSON, IOWVE, SMITH & CO'S, REPORT,. At Newmarkeot on Tu?oday ? lessrs. Pearson, Rowo, Smith and Co sold : 594 crossbred and merino wothers and owes, A. J. Land, Cudgewa, to 14/0 ;.548. crossbred and merino wothcrs, Monyong, io 18/4; 44? crossbred and m?rino wothers, James Hicmphill, Flowordalo, to. 16/4; 228- crossbred' owes, Duncan M'Intyre, Tennysou.park, 225 crossbred wethers and merino ewes, J. T.. O'Brien. Greonlawn, to 16/3; 214 morino wethors, executors G. Coutts, Ellerslio, at 12/6, 'fw 11/7;. 212 moerino weohers, 'Y. H, Divideonz, Oobban-park, to 15/6, 'aveor 'aging 15/1; 200 crossbrod wothers fromn Iarnawartha; 176 crossbred wothors, Alex.: Twaddell, Glen Kyle, Poowong, to 25/6; averaging 28/8.; 158 morino weth. era ani'l owes,-Thomas Mrisson, Rockbank, to 10/; 122 merino wothers, from Broad mandows, at 0/1;. 120 comebaclr and merino owes, H. Pearpoint. Ballan i 120 crossbred owes, .James Olarke, Westwood ; 120 crossbred.itaid morino wethera, S. It. Turnor, Ove...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
DNENSLEY & JOILNSTON'S 10EPORb'T At Nowmarkot on Tuesday, Hears.. Donsley and-Johnston sold :-Fat shoep. wothers-270. crossbred, and comeback,. Ailtken Bros;, Romsey, former to. 10/6; latter at 14/; 208 crossbred and comeo baelr, Elliot Poole, Koroop; 108 cross bred, IL. "'Lennan,. " Fairbank" via. Kardolla, to 18/5 avg 15/8:; 112 norino, H. Missn;, Roohbank, to 11/6; 104, comoeback and merino, MetropolitanF'arm,. to 1l/11avg 15/4 ; 51 nioriio;R. Peacock, at 10/11; 14 orossbred and: comeback, J. K. Poole, Koroop, at 15/0; 11 comeback;: G. Peel, Milno's Bridge at 18/; T morinos J. It. Parks,.Tatura, at 14/; 1 comeback,. P. 'fiison, Rockbanlk, at 14/, Ewes.:: 227 crossbred, - comeback and meorino, Thos.. M'Dougal,. Pino Eldge,: to 16/5 ;. 112 crossbred, E. and E. Stott, Korang East ; 112 crossbred -and comobac; F.. Ki *o, 'Ioroop,' to 11/0'ni _lO0/11; 110 bmrino,.S. Nelson, 'sn;, Gannawarra; 08 crossbred and n cooback, Aitkon Bros., Romsey, formoerat 14/6, latter at 11/11; 85 ...
CHANDOS, GENTLEMAN AND BURGLAR. A SERIES OF EXCITING DETECTIVE STORIES. CHAPTER I. THE MIDNIGHT GUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
Oopyriglht. CENTLEMAN AND : BURGLAR. -4---- A SERIES OF EXCITING DETECTIVE STORIES. By Heath Crichton, Author of "Philip Thorn, Detective," &o CHAPTER I. THE MIDNIGHT GUEST. I have not always blesocsed the day I met Chandos, for it has led me into countless thrilling situations. But when I look back upon them asso clated as they were with his extraor dinary personality, I am hound to regard those episodes as the most adventurous parts of my life. At times I have allowed the better part of my nature to assert itself, and then I acknowledge that Chandoe was a villain. But before long I always came round to the reflection that I, certainly, ought never to he his judge. Chandos was no ordinary villain. There are things which he would never stoop to do-things which merchant princes in tile city might regard as smart and successful enterprise. I could never call him a common thief becaus be hhad nothing in common with ordinary thieves. Ho stole for the fun of the thing at first, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
UNDER THE AUSPICES ' THE Progress Association, Friendly Societies, Cycling, Cricket, Tennis and Football Clubs, and. Metropolitan Farm Accident Society. APRIL 20, 1912. PROCEEDS IN AID OF Improvements tu th Re reation Orotnd L Come and see the greatest Carni val ever held outside of Melbourne. REFRESHMENT BOOTHS. Assist a Worthy Object. Ci. W. TRO'UP, P esident. ALEX. D, GRAH~eT i Joih C. W. TYZACK,. j Vice R A. MANLY. Hon. Secs. H. 5. ROBERTSON,. I Presidentr:. GBUET WWTUR RO9W IS HOW ON.I FASHION'S LATEST PRODUCTION 5 ENDLESS VARIETY PRIOES QUOTED ARE A WONDER TO LL;. See ouxr SWindsclows. -. ^ See u- r iiW ni cldoBr. THEE ARE A TR1UMPH Ok THE-DRPIIAPEBSART. 4P LEAS SHOP EARLY, ASTPOSSIBLE TO AVOIDfTi AFPERNOOW J.m~S NHOOPER &lt; & O, .? '' FOOTSRiAY, BRUnWIOK anmd LONDON.'- ?" ., , . , . .. . . _ - , J _ . . . . AUTUMN SHOW' Aý'IT C. Forge's, 8'Lte Peo1ple'sn Braper, Sloibholson-Street,. Footscray, OUR ANNUAL SHOW .Of all the now goods for the coming winter soason...
BETRAYED BY A LEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
ElTRAYED BY A LEAK. Dy the yellow light of a lanternr, the tired picnickors were packing up to go home. ruddenly a young girl atopped Into the Illumination, and instantly a loud outcry aroeo. " What is tie Idoa," they demand ed, "of hlncking up for a' picnic 7" The girl whipped out a pocket mir ror and saw that one cheek was quite black. Then, turning re proachfully to the young man at her ilde, she said : "Oh, Reginald, your fountain-pen hea been'leaking again." "Say, pa, what Is a diplomat 7" "A diplomat, my son, Is a person who can prove a man Is a liar with out calling him ont."
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
THB Wtrribee Shire. Ba ?ner. WEEVDRRIBEE, THURSDAY, APTLL 18. Don't forgot tor attond. Easton Coanlial: on Worrlboo Rocroatlon. Grou~iI: on Saturday noixt. Big: programmo. . MEETINGS have been convened and committees appointed by the varidus' Liberal organisati9is in Corio to consider the selection of a candidate to contest the Corio seat at the next Federal election. But. the committees have not been .'called.' together for 'the" purpose' they ' were sieected;' Geelong took. the ini tiative" steps. about a couple of months agp a?id;, apparently, has not recovered- from. the. exertion,. Easy-going Geelbng;. Mi'..Ozanne was selected by the Laborites. a. ortnight ago to go to the poll: test year.. Evidently the Gee ong Laborite has more. go than he Geelong Liberal: If the ceolong Liberal Party does.not. oon wake up; the advisability, of hifting the head(iuarters to a eve town-say, Werribee or Bac hus Marsh will.have to be con-. cidered:. WHtEN: the committee IEET we hope' that Mi-. W:...
SPIRITED AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
SPIRIT'ED AWAY. When the boarders at Sea View got back from their early-morning dips they found the landlady late with breakfast, and engaging with the master of the establishment in the wildest conjectures as to what had becomo of their maid-of-all work, who was missing. " Went to bed iset at usual last night, and this morning there isn't a trace of her." explains the landlady. - I thought there was something a miss when 1 didn't bear her laughing and joking with the dustman, like she always does when he calls," re marked her husband. " Dustman I" gasped tho lady. "You don't mean to say the dust mlan's been round to-day 7" "Called first thing this morning, instead of to-morrow, dear. Why 7" " Why I" shrieked tile lady. "Whyl 'Cos the poor gal's been carted cwa.w for rubbish, that's why I She's sleepin' in the dustbin I"
CRICKET. WERRIBEE v NTH, MELBOURNE, ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
OCIRIOCKET. WERRIBEE' v NT1H, MELBOURNE ROVI4RS,. . Thoelast match of the season was played last Saturday on. the local ground,and resulted in a. decisive win for the visitors.. The liome team was poorly represented,, only live regular players- being present. Worriboe battod first and. made 87 for loss of 7. wickets. Hildeb'rand batted well: for 33; whilst Geored made 11'nicely. The visitors mxade 113 for the loss of 3: wlckets, M'Leish'made 37, not out, inolnd ing. a' sixor; Whilst Wardof made 2G;,not out.. .. ' The following are the Scures;-. WERRIB'[EE:. \V. Agar, luncle ... .. L. Creed, b M'Lei?sh 14 J. Hilderbrand, caught, b 1['Lnan. 88 P..Didihr, b Letty .... 5. I. MaInly, run out .... .. .... 7 WV. 1toleras, not out 6: A. Itowan, caught, b Lotty .... O A. Taylor, caught, b Wardrop .... Oa P. Ashby, not ont ... 7' Sundries . .. . 9' 7'wickets for . ... . 87 NOIITII MELBORNE ROVERS; Sanmelreaught and bowled Didic. 26: hM'Cormnacl, b Didlor ... 22 IBunclo, b Didier" ... 0' 1t'Lc...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
HERE AND THERE,. 'B]v Jonuasm .WALIen.1 Those who-were present at Captain .Inurdeen's lectures in Melbourne noted the humour of things when hu described the convenience of the patent steam bath. " So we could have our bath in comfort once a week-just the.same as at home I"' Most Atustralians prefer more than one showor a week, and we wonder why the Govornment never by any chance adds, a bathroom to the cot tages erected for" settlers., Many residences for State school teachers are also" short of that necessary bath room. More- marriages took 'place mInst .yoarn thin in any ySer: since 1882;. "-Grea;t umber of bachlolors around Worribee. A lady suggested- re Seently.that each bacholoir--shodld be compelled by law to wear a ring through his. nose. - Professor Morrissey, of 'snalce aume, who visited Werribee a few years ago, is on his ..way. from Sydney to India. Thlierte- he will be supported by a syndicate, and if his remedy provides immunity from the bite of the cobra and koroit, Mo...
DO GIRLS LIKE COMPLIMENTS? [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
DO GIRLS LIKIE COMPLIMENTS ? Have you over studied the signifi-' cance - of compliments. A historian might find some valuable hints in the history of soft nothings. I heard a very pretty girl the other night taking her dinner-partner to task for offering her a compliment which, according to her, " was in its fifty-seventh season at least." It had something to do with eyes and stars, and she would have none of it. I asked her afterwards if she al ways rejected base cola of the kind, and she said she did, unless it made her too angry to trouble. " When a man tells you you are as beautiful as the morning, when }ou are only rather nice-looking, with a sun-bqrnt neck, either he believes it, and then he's a fool, or he doesn't believe it, and then lie's a liar." This drastic summary seems to be rather ungrateful, so far as the fool is concerned, but I notice that the girl of to-day is extremely impatient of comnpliments which outrun her own estimate of herself. On the other hand, sel love...
WERRIBEE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
wE RRItiLB1' RIFLE: O?.tBl A team fiom Yarragon - 'isited4 ,Werribeo on Friday last, April 12th and fired an: match against' a team, from the local club. Obnditions. O shotb at 500 yds, 8:men to count. Thu hole train won, after a close* match, by 6( points. Members are romindbd'that anyono who wishe?s to take part in the annual trip must: hand it tlheii names to the secrotaryr before Thursday night,. April 18th. C. Bernhardt and C. EL. Eleddrop, visited Leongatha for tllohe prizeo meeting held thero at Easter, and' were-nuccessful in bringing homeo some of the prize money. Werribooe. Tarragon.. G. l3lacwcll... 0 E. Iloenderson: 477 C: Reldrop ... 50 II. James ... 47 G. W\ills ... 17 . Law ... 40 13. lMorrow ... 47 j II. Matheows... 4G, W. Roberts ... 40 I G. Daulrmplo 451 L. Taylor ... 44 I G. iHnd rseon 44 11. Stewart ... 41 1'. Curran ... 411 1H. Fishor ... 41 t. Roberts .. 421 010 8600'
WHERE THE PORT CAME FROM [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
W IIERE TI[?E PORT" (AME FROM A prominleit.mecmber of the Stock Exchange. wae a man who enjoyed his vine; aend olways toolrgreat caro of it whorn h happened to pick np a choice vintago.-' While living in a fashionable quarter of the West End he chanced to bay a caslc of very fino,old port, which ho liad'placed at the oxtremo end of his-collarx and to make perfectly sure that it should not be touched he had a wall built across th collar, add-so closed it in. It was about a year or two later that ho one evening accepted an in vitation to dine with his next-doomr neighbour, when the latter brought' out some very fine old port. Sevoral glasses having boon drunk, the man of stocks-and shares nasked his -host whore, ho could'get some port like it. " Well,. old follow," rotnrned! the, other," I will Ict you into a secrct. I wuaehaving some alterations made in mry collar lately, when we discover .odthateonme old fool' who lived in this.house boeforo me had built a wall round a large cask of...
COMPLETE SHORT STORY. THE SQUID IN THE HOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
COMPLTfT BHORT STORY. THE SQUID IN THE HOLD. T'rhe master diver was turning over some ol4 helmets. Long and cor rupting acqualntance with salt water had left the tinned-over copper bulbs a rusty greenish grey. " Why don't I keep them polished up ?" he said. " Because they're a great deal better the way they are. A shiny new helmet is one eternal nuisance; you never get any peace until It's coated over. When t'm wearing one I always feel as if my Ih0eal was a sort of trolling-spoon ; anyhow, most fish regard it that way. And I must say they do cer tainly seem to be trying their level beest to be caught. " I often think that with the ma Jority of sen-beasts life must he one long struggle between a natural cur i6sity and a more natural curiosity. They've all ibeen brought up to give a wide offing to things they don't understand ; hibut it's bred in their bone to want to see and keep ip with everything that's new. And when it's something' that's got a glitter or polish to it, all that t...
COURSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
coUISINGd NOTESa. The local club opens the senson. 191.2 on. Monday, (8, hours' day) with "The Encourage Stakes." This will beo-for sixteen all ages: at £1 f onach,;.with £2 22J added by the, club. - Winner will -receive £12;. runner lp -4, -and two. clogs L11 each. Thi running ground is in.. splendid order.after theo rains andi hares are- plontiful.. Every, seconds person in Worribeo seems to owns, a greyhound this seastn.. Naturally each thinks.his dog is. much. better than. his neighbour's, and - con- seq uently somo close contosts may be, anticipated. The following is the draw:l Gijsiv' Warnihg v. Guy Fabwkes.. Go Cannuy v. Uontral Blue. Fleet Maid v. First Foam. Liout Bullor v. lattlo Drum.. : Ripar v. Hea Swallow. Daring Nell v. MIiss Kruger. Vireleoss Telegraphy v. Stolla IL: B3overago v. Tar Song. 21 nominations received. Ballot ros sulted as above. Judge, Mr. O, Wilding
FEDERAL LAND TAX [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 April 1912
.FEDERAL LAND TAX Byl an authority of the Governor General the date for payment of Federal Land Tax for the current year has been fixed for 20th May 1912. Notices of lAssesement will issue throughout Australia on 20th instant, which will give Taxpayers one month's notice of their liability. Payments. will.however be received up to and.ineoluoiveoof 19th June without the l0 per cent, additional taex:imposed for laro paylhent. ,Itis not proposed this year to allow taxpayers to overstep tirhe oegl date without penalty. They are now fully aware of their, responsibilites and cannot plead ignorance. The only exception that will be made is whore Trustees under the wills of persons recently deceased, ai:o not in a position legally to- operate on Trust fauds. Taxpayers should note carefully the instruction on the back of the Assessment Noti-e, wariring them that notwithetanding they may deem themselves to. have good groends of objection or appeal,, the nasessed tax. should be paid by the due...