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

DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT At Newmarket on Tuesday last Messrs. Densley and Johnston sold : -Fat sheep-wethers-200 cross- bred and comeback. Elliot Poole, Koroop, to 19/ avg 18/4; 104 cross- bred and comeback, T. A. Hall, Milne's Bridge, to 17/ avg 15/10; 60 comeback-H. Deneley,Ballan, to 19/6 averaging 19/, 20-comeback, P. Cantwell Egerton, at 18/9; 8 comeback from Kerang ; 1 cross- bred, B. Brett Bena at 15/; 1 cross- bred. F. Cane at 17/. Ewes : 170 comeback. H. Pearpoint, Ballan; 76 comeback, Thoe McPherson; 69 comeback, J. Beamish, 65 crossbred E. and D. Stott, Kerang East; 20 comeback, G. V. Hopper ; 2 cross bred, P. Cantwell;.at 17/6; 3 cross- bred, B. Brett, Bena, at.15/; 1 come- back from Kerang; and outside on the property : 1360 prime English Leicester crossbred ewes, McMillan Bros., Caldermeade,to Messrs Anglis and Co. at a very high figure : 1042 prime merino wethers, Metropolitan Farm ; 800 prime orosbred wethers M'Millan Bros., Caldermeade. Fat lambs : 136 Jo...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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A GOOD SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 April 1912

A GOOD SUGGUSTION. " Let us not waste odr time," yel- led the temperance lecturer. " Let us not waste our time in dealing with small saloons and beershops. Let us go to the fountain-head. Let us go to the brewery, my friends." " All right, boss," chimmed in an old soaker from the back seat. "I'm with you." "Do you believe in patent medi- cines ?" "'Rather ! My brother has benefit- ed very much by them." "Which kind did he take ?" "None, He's a chemist."

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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BREAKING IT GENTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 April 1912

BREAKING IT GENTLY. The beautiful girl came into the room, and pulled her chair so close up to her father's big armchair that he looked up from his newspaper to see what was the matter. " Mr. Wilkins likes you, father," she said, as soon as she saw that she had his attention. " Likes me ?" he exclaimed. " Yes. He thinks a great deal of you." " Well, I have been under the im- presslon for some time that he liked   someone here," remarked the old gentleman, "but I've never seen any indication that I was the one." "Well, you will the very next time you see Mr. Wilkins," said the bleautiful girl, with conviction. "What's he going to do ?" de- manded the old gentleman. " He's going to ask if you will consent to be his father-In-law," ex- plained the beautiful girl. A Judge was questioning an Irish- man. "He took you by the throat and   choked you, did he ?" "I-e did, sor," said Pat, "Shure,, sor, he squased me throat till I was thinking he would be after' namain...

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PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 April 1912

PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO;'S REPORT, ,?Msars Pearson, -Rowo, Smith and Co. report having sold th.following sheep and lambs through. Newmarket yards from WVerribeeo and ;sarrounding districts for 8 months ending 81st March, 1912: 'January 8rd: 207 arossbrid wothers, G. Hill, Avondalo, at.12/O, merino woeters 18/1, :orossbred. owes 18/10; 14 lambs, same owner;at, 9/.: ,tuaruy Oth: 821 orossbrod ases, R. Hil,..at. 11/8; 217 mnirino wetboer, B. J.:Mahor, 'Lavorton, to 9/8.' Jautary,' 80th)481 'crossbred wothe?s Ia , ewes, . .iostniab Jun., to .1/11 x-188 shorn Iambs ??Asp awni r, to 9/5 and 8/10, 158 erdsabr?d otheo're and moriso wes Ir UisrnaideMCl Rthwoll to 18/; 107ashorn Insibs same owner, to 11/10 averaging 10/0; 121 meri o wotheirs J.' E. Barrio, Lavorton, .nt 10/6; 82 comoback sand morino owes,; Messrs. Davis Bros. Tarnoit ; 195 shorn Iambs, same nownoers 0/2 andd 8/11,' 88 moino wothers, Croýloy Brps., Truganinal 11/.; 512 sll ori?nsbs, A. OhCestorfoeld,* Little River,. ...

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MAN AND PUMA. A FIGHT TO THE END. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

MAN AND PUMA. p FIGHT TO THl ~NlD. Suddenly something Lawlegtp saw made him lurch backward. At an angle in almost equal distance from him and Shon, upon a small penin sula of rock, a strange thing was happening. Old Pourcette wan kneeling, engaged with his moccasin. Behind him was the sun, against which he was abruptly defined, look ing larger than usual. Olear space and air soft with colour were about him. Acroes this space, on a little sloping plateau near him, there crept. an annlml. It seemed to Lawless that he could sea the lithe.ntealthi ness of its muscles and the ripple of its skin. But that was tiaglunatin. because he e was too far away. Tle cried out and swung his gun shotl derwards in desperation. But at. that moment Pourcette turned sharp ly round, saw his danger, caught his gun, and fired as the puma sprang. There had been no chance for him. and the beast was only wounded. It dlropped upon the man. He let. the gun fall; it rolled and fell over the clifl. Then came a sce...

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FLAG OF TRUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

FLAG OF TRUOi . It would bn hard to flndn more a musing instance of the beggared con dlition in which soldiers of the fold are sometimes found than that given years ago by the American General Gordon, in an acnecount of various scones connected with the surrender of Lee's army. , When General Gordon determined to , send a flag of truce to General Sheridan, he summoned Major Hunter of his stall, and ordered him to carry a flag of truce forward. " General, I have no lag iof truce," replled Major Hunter. " Get one," said the General, cullrt ly. " General," he replied again, " we have no flag of truce at our com mandl." '' Take your handkerchief and put it on a stick, and go lorwarl.," " General, there is no handkerchief in the stall." " Then, major, use your shirt." " You see, General, we all have on flannel shirts." At lIst one man wila fonnd who still had a white shirt: alpart of it wan torn off, and with th ts remark able emblem tied on it stick, the major went forward toward the en...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

SlIrribee and 1istriit Agrig lhtliral, Pastoral and Hortbisltl ralS 8o0ist. Bala ¢ce Sbeet forsYear 'endiing December si, 1911. RECEIPTS. Balance in Bank; 1910 12 ... .. ... ... . 1 6 Chirnside G. T., £11; COhrnside Captain J. P., C.M.G., £10 ... . 21 0 0 Sowell D., 4o6 3/; Robertson E. C., £8 2/; Cowio J. D., £8 2/ 12 7. 0 Allen T., 4£8; Ball John, 48; Ohirnsldo Mastors, £2 7/06 .. . .. 7 6 Browne James, 4£2 10/ .. . ..2 10 0 Balfour Mrs., Brunton S., Buncle & Son; CannyD., Campbell & Sons, Densley & Co., Dixon ?irs., Fairbairn L. A. & Co., Pearson, Rowe, Smith & Co.," Plisch J., itddrop C., Tinkler S., Trnnchard E., Troup G., junr., £2 2/ each ... .. 29 8 0 Baird W. J.3 Beamish J.; jonr., Cohen L., Hill G., Kendall N., Muhleback A. . & W. J., Walter W., Robertson Hon. A. R., £2 each ... 16 0 0 Kyd G.,'80/ . .... ... 1 10 0 Adamnsn, Strottlo, .&Co,, Alston Jas., Austral Grain and Produce Co., Barwlse & Co.,Boasloy J., ...

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THE ADVANCE OF PLANT LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

THE ADVANCE OF PLAINT LIFE. t-- When, years ago, there occurred the tremendous volcanic explosion in the Straits of Sunda. "'the biggest noise the world ever heard," half of the is land of Krakatoa was blown away, and every vestige of life was destroy ed on the remaining hall. The ground was buried under hot ashes andl burning pumice-stone, varying in depth of 3ft. to nearly 2l00t. No regetation germ could possibly have survived the catnstrophe. Yet, only three years after the eruption, when Krakatoa was explored, various spec ies of plants were found flourishing there. It was found that they could not have been carried there by human a gency, because men had not visited the devastated island. The charactor of the new plants was such as to prove that they could not have been derived from the former vegetation of Krakato,u even if any living re mains of that vegetation could have existed in the burned and buried soil. The. nearest land on which any plants grow was the island of Sibes...

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Copyright. CHANDOS, GENTLEMAN AND BURGLAR. A SERIES OF EXCITING DETECTIVE STORIES. PART 3 A Country House Surprise. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

copyrighlt, CENTLEMAN AND • BURGLAR. > A SERIES OF EXCITING DETECTIVE STORIES. By Heath Crichton, Author of "Philip Thorn, Detective," &o . PART 3 A Country House Surprise. ----+---- OHAPTER II. There was an ominous glltter in Es sex Vaughan's eyes as he stood fac ing moinin his bedroom, covered !cy my I revolver. The lines about his mouth hardened for a moment in a way which reminded me that I had chal longed the cleverest criminal ,f the lay. And tben his exproaessin chan god swiftly. lHe smiled and began to light a cigarette. " Jerry, I admire you for your pluck," lihe said. " I a..ccys knew you would rise wonderfully to an emergency." " You misunderstand me." 1 went on. "I am in deadly earnest." " My dear fellow, I don't doubt it. If you could only see yourself you would realise how impressed I ought to he." " Imtressad or not, you have to understand that I came here with a definite purpose, from which joking cannot turn me." " You interest me," he said, more seriousl...

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BATH DONT'S. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

BATH DONT'S. Don't take a hot-water bath if nor, vous or neuralgic. Don't bathe your hands and face In nard water, If you can get soft. Don't take any kind of bath directly after a hearty meal. Don't attempt to remove dust from the face with cold water. Don't take a hot or warm bath In a 'old room. Don't take a hot bath without a cold, vater finish. Don't bathe the face while warm "rom exertion. Don't use cold water on the face while overheated. Don't use a sponge for the face at Lny time. Don't remain long In the bath, hot or cold. Don't-neglect the air and sun bath. Don't neglect a daily bath of some 4ind. SDon't take a cold bath when fatigued. Don't believe that you can got rid it wrinkles by filling In the.crevices. with powder. -Just before retiring ,athe your face with very warm vater-so warm that you wonder how onu can stand it-and then with cold vater-so cold or cool that it will be ll aglow from the reaction. Then re ire with no thought of the morrow, no loubts, no fears, a...

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WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

TYERRIBEE StHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, APRIr 26, 1912. Present-Ors. Johnson, Canny, M'Murray, Beamish, Leako, Brown :and Troup. CORRESPONDENCn, From ?Manager of the Modern Pormanent Building and Invest ment Society, asking for ,a reduc tion of rates, especially interest on propeo.rty hold by the bank.-Re coived. From Railway Department, stating that there will he no objection to the substitute of an oeartliernware pipe drain for the--open unlined drain in Station street.-Work lo be carried out: ' - • - From Metro. Board of Works, rb desired' extensioni- of the water supply reticulation to the portion of Sthe?Shiro-of \Vorriboe abtltting on Sthe" dtty=of.b oP'lscrtay, siating tliat ''-}ho Water-'Sapply Co?minittto caifil *"not deal' with it until iliebiShaitt nassy schomo is' cousideiod, whoh the application will be conliderol. From Goolong Progress Associt tion, calling attention to baid pairt~ of road on the Molbourne "hmud Geolong road.-RocoiVed.~ From Sliro of liulla, statinig that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

i - i There is not an article of apparel that men wear but we have it-and what's more have it at a price and of a quality to commendt itself to you. Look on our store as your store-come in and have a stroll roudnd and choose what you want in your own time--wl~ether its the latest novelty in ties, a new fashion in shirts,, a nobby bat or .merely-a collar -and--collar stud. Your smallest purchase is just a.d; welcome au :0out largest-and' we'll do our ?est for you, in ethex. • Splendid range ofncw Season's Patterns just to hand. Call and inspect Satisfaction Guaranteed. GEýNERAL DRPAPERY. MVIEN'S & BO.X'S. CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. TYZACK & CO., "TcLE CORNER." PERFFGT COOKERY WITIIOUT DRUDGERY. r :., 4 ý. .Te. O IL ?11O TVE. SOLID AT The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society's Stores.: S~ME .OF ITS POINTS: , . i~. Being portable can be placed where ever yoeu like:. s. Saves, wood. chopping and carrying of coal. 3. Thetiheat is. under complete control. -' 4. Yoi...

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WERRIBEE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

WERRIBEE: GUN; CLUB: A number of. visiting shooters; put, ,.in an. appearance., at the, shootfyesterday,. who, judging from thleir scores, could.not hold! their ownagainst the-local men,, Mr.- Lou Clarke,. being the,.ex- ception; and he only scored. one: win: During the afternoon-Mrs. A. Ison and Miss. Clara M'Mur- ray,- dispensed: afternoon tea. which was highly appreciated,. especially by the visitors,. who,. w'ere loud in:" their praise of the: hospitality- extendbd' them.. There will be a big shoot next; Wednesday week-starlings and: sparrows-in.which,a number of Svisitors fron.. Melbourne and Gee--. long. wilL take part;. There were thirteen miss: out: sweeps shot yesterday; the. fol lowing being, the. results First sweep, " Cromar; '-se cond, "H. Delany and A.. Ison, divided;. third, H. P: Williams; anhhd "Cromar" divided;, "Hay-, den" and A. Ison divided" fifthl and' sixth;; seventh, H. P. Wil= liams; eighth, H. Delany ; ninth,, and tenth,. "Hayden;" eleventh,, 'HL' Delany ;....

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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE. THURSDAY, MAY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

THE Werribee Shire Banner; WERRIrBEE, THUIRSDAY, MAY 2. Held over- "Here and.There,." part of council, report, and other items.. The execntiveoI the:rererit carni val should' remove the stands put up by them. on the. Reserve,. other wise they will be iinpounded. Football is in, and a clear ground is necessary. In the future a deposit of a sovereign, will have to. be -paid: to the shirb secretary before" the ground can -be' neused: fo picnics, sports meeting etc.. Euchro Pirtt and dance in the Mechanics'osH .l- next 1Wediiesday night. Proeqel si. naidr-- pf ;St Andrew's schoo. . rTesers Deneley and Jbolnsot will liold'hn exteifeiive clearing sale at "Manhaestar. Park,"' Werribeo,. un-i der instructions fro' Mr. John. Buall See advertisemenot. Piesbebterian. Church. servlices next 'Sunday :.-Worribee, at 11 " Enoch,. a hero of Faith ;' ovening at 7. specimen's Alexandfer s now. hynins, anjd choruses, will be sung. Metropolitan Farm at 3: Parente,. childron,. and others cordially. in v...

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DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S 1REPORT At Newmarket. on Tuosday last Mlessrse:Densley and Johnston sold : -F-at sheep-wethors-496 cross comelinaii nd imeriCno,. J. Gibson ; '334 mineii&, Georgo Bros., Lavorton, at" 12/8; 208 crossbred, comeback, aiid nierino, A1etropolitan Farm, to 171 averaging 15·4 '93 comeback, J. Georgo, at 14/10; 56 2tdoth;y bresbrued and comeback. F. Biaurn, son, Beno to 1318 averaging 12/5 ; 33 crossbred and comeback, II. Der slay Ballan, former at 17/, latter at 1-1/2; 9 crossbred, J. D. Patterson, Otifcer, to 18/1 avg 17/6 ; 2 merino, Harrison Bros ; 2 merino, James Browine, at 13/11; 1 crossbred, Mrs. Ma?iy Koer, Gohunn at 18/1. Ewes : 74 crossbred and comeback, Mrs. Mary Kerr, to 14/7.avg 12/2; 56 crossbred and comeback, H. Donsleoy to 16/ avg 15/11;. 56 crussbrod and comeback MLrs Rowett, Biillan, former at 11/7 latter at 10/6 i 54 morino, F. John atoll, Korang Eat ; 13 comoback J.:Pattirson, Ofllcer, at 16/6 ; 9 nmerino from Point Cook at 7/11 ; 1...

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THE CROQUET CLUB. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

THE. OROQUE' CLUB: To THIE EDITOR. SIn,-'' Johiinio Walker" deserves the best tlhanksof oevry true sport for his timely advice tolthosemema. berse o the croquet club who harvp clii. doing their beet to bring. this most popular game into, disrepute1 and give it a death blow. The must unfortunato tiing in reference to the trouble is:that the offendlers:alre nearly always prominient members of thoe club, and ought to-show a bettereoximpleo by acting in a. mori amicable spirit. I feel sure "John nio Walker" has been the m -nlle Of sho'wing these members the error of their 'ways, and that In future things will be as plnleant on the croquet lawn: ustthey were the first few years of its inception, I sin aerely hope that your geoial critic will allow himself to become a. member of the club,iand Iv will pro poso to, have one ball' painted . lil national color in. honor of him. Thankling you, in aniiclpation,.L am yours, &c.,. . At 91iiJDBE1R

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THE PROPOSED NEW RIDING. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

THE PROPOSED NEW .RIDING. TO THE EDITOR. Sm,-The Worriboo shiro council at their meeting on Siturdaiy last took exception to the following part of an advortisement which appeared in "The Banner" in connection with the central riding petitioni-"The east riding is of too great a magni tude for the energies of only three councillors." There was no slight intenided to any member or members of the shire, past or present. Un fortunately, the Public Works De partmeont did not publish the peti tion in full, why I do not know, unless it wais to keep down the ex pense of advertising, thus the dif foerent statements as published may read rather queerly, wrested from their context as they are, es pecially when people do not know the whole text of the petition. :I mtist say, Mr. Editor, that in my opinion it seems a strange and won dorful thing that an'august body like the Werribee shire council should solemnlyan'd in all duoe form can excommunicate and oppose tooth nd" nail a document which the...

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MYSTERIOUS LOCKED ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

MYSTERIOUS LOCKED ROOMS. Perhaps the most famous locked room in the world is at Glamis CPan tie, the old home of thie Indrl of Strathmore. In this rambling pile there is supposed to ble a secret chnmbcr, access to which is known only to the Earl of Strathmore, the heir-apparent anl the, factor. 'l'ht mysterious chamber is supposed o have been, centuries ago, the reposi tory of at grim family scandal, the nature of which could only he whis pered even in those wild days. There is in Poulton Old I all, a mysterious locked room which ha; iever been opened except by a repro sentative of the tGreen family. The hall and its lands have somcetinrs been let, but the Green family have always retained possession of this: mysterious room, which is stapuossi to contain several relics andt other family treasures. It is said that tlhe lasst tenant, a prominent Mersey shipowner, would have given them an incresed rent for it if he could hlave had access to it, or could have clear ed away the mysterio...

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WERRIBEE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

\WERRIBEIE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the above society was held oil the 22nd inst. There was a fair attendance o f members. Mr. A. D. Rovan in the chair. The balance-sheet, which appears; in another column,, was read and adopted. It was.deoided that the trustees of' the Werribco racecourse be written to asking if they would recognise, the improvements on the course. belonging to the society,. and if desired would. the society be allowed: to remove same. The resignation of Mr. J. H.. Wood was accepted with regrot,,audi a record be placed on the minutes tor services. rendered by him to the, society. r. IGENTwEnl N -, .I have- muchi p.leata9 i prtsensutlg.nto "rcuO..myt..- annual- report in. connection; with, the fifth.show held. by your society. on Thurstday,. October 19th,. 1911~, and, when the balance-sheet is proe- 5sented to you I am sure you cannot. fail to. be pleased and satisfied with, the year's result.. The entries.for your 1911 show. nulutered 1175nas agai...

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CULTIVATE ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

GULTIV?TT ENTIU?IAaIM. A' political friend of the late Lob Seaconsfeld once praised another poll :Iclan as being a man of extremelo noderate views. "In other words," said Lord lBesnons leld drily, "he is a man wlthput con ;lctions." Quoting this story, a shrewd obset 'or of the world thus discoursed at hoe need for enthusiasm. "Enthusiasm is a fire that glows it :very successful man. TVithout it, i wuanis like an engine without steam "Better -bol over than not boll at till. Red-hot zeal may provoke sneert and scornful smiles, but it always tells it arouses opposition, but >it.naso _at tracetaollowere, The enthusiast alwflyd rhas''frleds aufl a inirerei while tbdi.' nor partlsans. ,Nobody thinks him worth attention. "Even thlose who laugh at theit'ador of the enthusiast are secretly impresa? edhby it."

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