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

Scovell and :Spurlnn THE CORNER, Have landed a lovely stock :of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPR1ING SUITINGS from 42s. S BOATERS, latest shapes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d. - -. NEW SHAPE BOXERS. `` i - rASHIION_ SHIRTS in,20 `dif Brent styles i..= = S- . SWEATERS to button close at neck. . TENNIS ISHIRTS for warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRAOES, and overything a man wants to wear at THE RIG?HT PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is. and is 6d., to prove we are TILE TIE KINGS. THE 'RACECOURSE HOTEL (WE RRIBE E.) FIRST-CLASS Accomodatiorn for Travellers and Visitors at this Old established Hotel, which is replete with every convenience, and the many facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Public .will be duly appreciated. The choicest and best brands of Wines, Ales alnd Spirits are kept at this establishment. FISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON HIRE. M. A. DIXON, Proprietress. COMMERCIAL .'. HOTEL 7WERRIBEE. J.CO ...OOK B"EGS to inl rm the public generally that she has taken the above S...

Publication Title: Werribee Shire Banner
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THE KING'S KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

THE KING'S KITCHEN. One of the most important persona In the Royal servants' hall is the Clerk of the Kitchen, who enjoys the not inconsiderable salary of .i700 a year mnd his board, the latter being, of course, the best of everything in sea son. He is assisted In his doubtless arduous task by no fewer than four sub-clerks, whose duties are to keep accounts, send out orders, and check bills. But this does not complete the Clerlk of the Kitchen's bodyguard. He is ex, pressly allowed,"a necessary woman" (a quaint phrase) as another assist. ant. Besides the Clerk of the Kitchen at the Royal palace, there are a host of other exalted functionaries. First and foremost comes the Head Cook, polite. ly calleddthe:"Chef.'"He also receives o700=a=yea,.and has:under.him fou'.? Master Cooks.;at £350 per annumn apiece. The Master Cooks take Maste' Cooks' apprentices, who pay for "the honors" about 200 guineas a year pre. mium. Next follow a couple of Yeomen of the Kitchen, two Cooks' Assistants, ...

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NO OLD MAIDS IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

NO OLD MAIDS IN RUSSIA. The idea is still allowed to prevail in Russia that single life Is a disgrace to women, for there are no old maids except In the religious orders. If the parents cannot arrange a marriage for the daughter she makes a Journey, and is thus lost to the gos siping community. Soon reports are circulated of her marriage to a foreign er.. Long absence brings forgetfulness, so that when the story is told ,of the death of the foreign husband in a strange land there are few who care to inquire further. Indeed, it is a breach of etiquette to suggest doubts under such circumstances, and the woman finally returns as a broken, hearted widow. She has met,the conditlons of the country, and she is no longer a single person in society. Thus the fiction of "no unmarried women" is preserved li the domain of the Tsar. ..

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PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 2 May 1912

PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT, Pearson, Rowe, Smith, and Co. solil:-517 crossbred and merino wethers and owes, from Little River, to 17s 10d; 339 crossbred ewes, Chas. Musty, Hartwood; 335 merino wethers, W. H. Davidson, Coliban-park, to 14s 8S1, averaging to 14s 3d ; 313 crossbred and come back ewo; and wethers, E. S. Whit, Shbanagarry; 218 crossbred ewes and wethors, E. C. Luckie, \Vangaratta ; 203 crossbred and merino owes, Albert Huf, Berri willodk, to l1e 6d ; 200 mnerinc wethers, James Hoare, Epping; 155 crossbred :and comeback ewes Thomas Hayes, Lake-Rowan ;'14. crpssbred wethers, WV.J., Andrew, Balllnn; 13 ?crossbred ewes, C. P. Crighton, :Lohngwood; 123 cross bred owes, 'Keonzie Bros., Brae more, tolls ; 120 crossbred ewes, Mann Bros., Sheoak ; 119 crossbred owes and wethers, H. Patullo, The Pines; 117 crossbred ewes, W. P. Crighton, Longwood; 113 merino wethors,Jos. Pearpoint, Ballan; 111 merino wothers, Chisholm Bros., Fernside, at 10s ld'; 110 crossbred wet...

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[?] HISTORY OF [?] V[?]ORIA CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

T,. HISTORY OF Y"' o VYL RIA CROSS. The Victoria -e a instituted in 1856 during the r,,?a War. It was intended for the p'?ose of ro warding individual officers and men of the navy and army who m..ht, in the presence of the onomy, prtonrm some signal act of valour or devo tion to the country, there being pro viously no means of specially reward ing distinguished bravery in action. it was also ordained that in the case of any subsequent ant of valour being performed by a person who al ready hold the Cross such further act should be recorded by a bar or clasp attached to the ribbon from which the Cros is s suspended. In the case of the recipieonts being below the rank of commissioned olli cer the Cross is accompanied by a pension of £10 per annum, wiJ, ai further £5 per annum for each bar. By subsequent warrants the scope of the distinction was enlarged. That of October 29th, 1857, stated that ofnicors and men of the East Indian Company's service were entitled to the decoration, under ...

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FOUND AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

FOUND AT LAST. Young P'hineas lPhogg was a studi otls bloke, who sought to. discover that ancient oke-,the " Secret of Perpetual Mloton." . He toiled aill day, and he mused all night, till his hair went. grey, and his face grew white,' all over this foolish notion. Ile w'ent on a trip to Timbuetoo; lie travelled the land of the I'haronhs through ; he stuck in the -late of Crete. Still digging andi delving, and maklig holoe he workdcl his way to the ice-bhond Poles--tliici Imani who wolldl not be heat. 'Pill, wor rled and worn andl tired of life, he came hnbck, home and married ia wife. (Thls chance was her only' one.) Then; what do ,oln think ?' Why I isn't it queer 7 Hn found what he sought, for 'tl nalways here-at the root of a woman's tongue. "Do you know of anything - that a man can do in order- to live ia hun dred years 7" "Keep breathing."

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Copyright. CHANDOS, GENTLEMAN AND BURGLAR. A SERIES OF EXCITING DETECTIVE STORIES. PART 4. THE GOLD MUMMY.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

Oopyright, GENTLEMAN AND • BURGLAR. > A SERIES OF, EXCITING DETECTIVE STORIES. By Heath Crichton, Author of "Philip Thorn, Detective," &o PART 4. THI. GOLD MUMMY.-(Contlnued.). When I did call he seemed to have lost interest in the scientist's gold treasures, and he led me solemnly to his sanctum, where the gloomy mummy case lay in state. " What a hideous and mournful thing to keep about the place I" I said. " For heaven's sake get rid of It, and think of something a little more cheorful.'" " Jerry, I'm going to get rid of It. But before I.do it may prove usaeul."' - " Going to dress the case up with skulls and use it as a sort of freak 1 dining-table, oh ?" I suggested. "No, my son. Have a careful look at it and tell me whether you don't think it is a fine specimen." Gingerly I approached the coffin like box. Like all mummy cases, it was larger than a coftin. "Can you get into the thing ?" I asked, running my fingers over its hard, wooden sides. " I could, but it takes a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

IS NOw ON.::. FASHION'S LATEST PRODUCTION ' ENDLESS VARIEITY PRICES QUOTED ARE A WONDER TO ALL, See our Wiidndows.. ? See 'our W indows. THEY ARE A TRIUMPH OF THE DRAPERE'S-ART. PLEASE SIOP EARLY AS POSSIBLE TO AVOID TEE-AFTERNOON CRUSHES.., ': J. H. HOOPER & CO., FOOTSORAY, BRUNSWICK and LONDON. .A)IJTUXN_ D SHO BW :AT C. Forge's, Tile People's Draper, Nicholson-Street, Footscray, OUR ANNITAL SHOW Of all the now goods for the coming winter season will be made at our ware. house on Thursday, 21st inst and follow ing days. We invite you to come and inspect our vast stock of all the latest importations from the English and Foreign markets and best Colonial made goods. ' Our Millinery and showroom depart ments are making a very attractive dis play well worth a visit. The dress department has boon ro. modelled and is making a display of all latest dress materials and volveteens at the lowest prices. Haberdashery Department is, showing all the now' trimmings for dresses, and the ...

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NERVE ENOUGH FOR ANYTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

NERVEil ENOUGHII FO ANYTIIING. Dr. Al'Tavlsh, of Edinburgh, was sumething of a ventriloqulit, andl it floll that he wanted a lad to anslst in tie surgery, who must necessarily no of strong nerves. fHe received several applications, and when tolling a lad what the du ties were, in order to test Ils nerves, he would say, while pointing to a grinning skeleton standing upright in - corner : " Part of your work would be to feed the'skeleton there, and while you are here you may as well have a try to do so." A few lads would conoent to a trial, and receive a basin of hot gruel and a spoon. While they were pouring a hot mass into the skull, the doctor would throw his voice so as to make it ap pear to proceed from the Jaws of the bony customer and gurgle out: " Or-r-r-gr-h-uh I That's hot !" This was too much, and, without exception, the lads dropped the basin and bolted. The doctor began to despalr [ of ever getting ia suitable helpmate, until a small boy came, and was given the asiln and ...

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THE MORROW OF SEDAN. SAD REALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

THE MORROW OF SEDAN. -----+-- SAD REALITY. 1 not only remember the Franca PIrussian War, but I witnessed (says M. Jules Clanretie, in " Quaranto Ann Apres : Impressions d'Alsace et do Lorraine, 1870-1910 ") some of the most terrible, heartrending and hum iliating scenes. Here is an experi ncon on the m:arrow of Sedan : With the crowds of terrified inhabi tants, routed troops and stragglers, I and a companion had crossed the frontier, bivouacking at the little Belgian village of Bouillon, next morning retracing our stops to Se dan. So quiet were these streets that the hideous tumult of the night before seemed a mere nightmare. Alas We were soon recalled to the and reality. Near the burger master's house by the picturesque River Semoy, abshove which sloped the Ardienes, we perceived n hundred or more war-horses, all saddled and bridled, and most of them riderless. Some were grazing, others waterinE at the river's brink, others neighing pitifully as if calling their masters. More than ...

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LIDDLE RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

LIDDLE -RELIEF FUND. "Oromar,"' £2 ;Percy Williias, DunRyan,. D. Canny, N. Newton, John Beamishjioi; Po.;Hio , D. Shields, £1 each. J. Lymer, A. Thompson, C. M'Aliece, N. Burns, Hy. Smith, A. Downing, D. Hogan, V. Austin, M. A. Beamishb, H. A. Dixon, A. Scott, A. R. Duke, J. Johnstone, F. Beamish, W. Densley, H. A. Davis, Hy. Robertson, Chas. Sinn, Thos. Beasley, J. Ashby, M. Ounningham, W. Ison, junr., Alei. Olson, 10/ each. W. J. Troup, P. .Connelly, Stoeve Ball, W. King, Ohas. Hegarty, S. Agar, Jas. Scott, P. Hogan, J. Beamish, senr., -J. Hogan, L. Howe, A. J. lM'Donald, Jas. Ball, P. Keighery, Rigby Stewiort, Edwards & Co., Jack West, J. Stewart, F. H. Cagley, H. Lake land, Goo. Dairymple, S. W Black ler, F. Dolly, N. Wickham, 5/ each. T. King, S. Stirling, Mirs. Few, E. Shanahan, J. Hill, 3/ each. M. H'arnnon, J. Worrant, Jas. Hogan, Alf. Parr, E. Conron, T. Kelly, P. 31'Donal1, M. M'Longhlan, Thos. Dunne, M. M'Teignue; Alf. hA'Kay, John Henyor, P. Dwyer, Friend, N. Sex...

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DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

DBNSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REIPORT' At Newmarket on Tuesday rcossra. Donsloyaand Johnston sold :-Fat sheep. -wcthors :. 283 orossbred, comobaic and' morrno, Af*Intosh Bros, Bollvuo; 218 crossbred, John Ball, Hromolong Estato, F3Iorrigan N.S:1V.; 208 comoliacklr and morino, Metropolltan Farm, to 17w: 3d 'averaging 15s. 11d; 128s crossbrode, comeback and marino. Elliot. Pboloa. " Avondale " Ioroop to i6?b6: averaging: 15b ; 125 crossbred and comobacl,. H. Dona!oey, Ballan, to 16s -d: avragihg 10s'; 100 moriho, John Robinson-, Lavrton; 05 crosebreod and' comolback fromm Tfount. Napior estate, avoraging 15 Sd:; 2comns. back, C. R. Nfair, Poowong at 1bs; 2. merino, 1V, T. Pooklington, Womliooto;. N.S.?V,. at 12.s d:. Eeivs : 807 cross bred, comotnelk andl merino; J; T. M'Kenzioe, Blliang to. 18saO;ld OB cross. bred, W. T. McKindlay, Glenroy, WTom: boote. N:S.W,, to 1os Od avoragring 15s; ld . 811 crossbred:andlcomobeblia, W.. ' T:. Paocllihgton, Womboota,. T.SW., to ' 1. atmreagi;'I."l...

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WERRIBEE RIFLE CLUB'S ANNUAL TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

WERRIBEfE RIFLE CLUB'S ANNUAL 'RIP." The members of the Werribee Rifle Club journeyoe. to. Mardan and Leongatha for.. their "rannual tripl on the 20th inst: On arrival at Looilgathal they were mut by ex COapt. Coulter, Sea. M'Kinnon and other "..memberso of .,tho; Maurdan tRifle O ub, anddriven 'a distance of 8 m'les~ through most picturesque scenery to'the Matrdan range. After doing full justice to an excellent lunich provided on the range by the, Mard un ladies, shooting com meoncd at 500 yards, at which rang, both towns made the same sBor , but on going back to 600 yds the horne team were victorious by 15'points. J. M'Queliu made 61 for the winners with the possible at 600 yds. R. E. M'Indoo 65, J. Darling 64. For the losers, B. Morrow 65, L. M'Keown 64, V. Colven 63, W. Hansford 61. The match over, the teams adjourned to the residonce of Capt. AM'Indoe (who unfortunately was indisposed and could not be present at the match) whore a sumptuous ban quet awaited the riflemen. Need l...

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PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO[?] REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

PEAR?SON, ROWE, SMIThI: &~ CO.'S; IREPORT;, SAt No'wnarlet on Tieosdiy"y Mlssrs Pearson, Rowe, Smitlh and'Co.,. sold':: 555 erossbred nnd' morino' wethorsi froni' Litt'e River, to21/;-245: crossbred ewes J. T. O'Brien, Grconlawn- to 14/5 ;lo 100> crohoed eowes, T. Alfdrd; Micldeham ;:.. 181 erossbred'eoes,.W. Tcham,Elmd-!o;: 125 merino ewes Joa Ryan, Little River;: '123 erossblred and'marino welhors,.J. JIt ITenty, Pikcenliam, Pitrk 121' morino .wthers and owes, E; Blale;. Musk, to-'. 10s Od:nndA 08' O ;-120 merino wothors;. 'S. I. Arthur, Lake V"iew'; 120 ervasbred' iowes, Mann TRen., She Othl. tol 18i Od'; 115crosslred'wethers and owes, annn- than. to 21s g8 ;111' crossbred an'. moriiho wetiers and owes, N. Irwin,. ifalmsbury to 12sOd; 104 morino wethers R: B. Wiitsom nTThiut'lir;;12011 croesbroai.. wotihrere Il. Rolers, Yannrithan, to': 21si lld; 100 crossbred ewes, J.* 'Iowdedn,. ' Lyndhurst to ll 6d; 07 crossb,-od ewes,. HNigh Keith, Wye! itollh, to I8s 5id avg--' 16...

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AN ASCETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

AN ASCETIC. - It was beginning to nrin, and a man -rho was on thie point of starting for .hurch ditscovered that there wasn't an uomrqtln In the house it for use. "You can borrow one from the Thompsons, next door," suggested his better half-"they never go to church." "No, Laura," ho answered, with flrnmncss-"It is wrong to borrow um brellas on Sunday. I should have bought one yesterday. I shall punish - myself for my carelessness by not go. ing to church this mornlngi" The counsel for the plaintiff, har. ing called four witnesses without ad, va:ncng the case at all, the learned Ji.!cu saind, "These are very bad wit. neca, very bad Indeed I Have you got a g:od one ?" '" Oh. ynts. mny lord ! " said the coun. ael. "Thr.n call. him at once," said the judge; "tf you keep him any long. er he will go bad like the rest " "'When you pass a cow," advised as Irishman, who w?is discoursing on the difficulties of cyclists, "the great thins is to keep the animal In front of yo1 all the time!" "Do...

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HERE AND [?]ERE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

HERE AND .2IERE. (BY Jo- nIi WALittiin.1 Otto of .ur weekly .papers had o sensibl' article on the hunting contests of our Agricultural Shows. "Some effects of the policy de liborately' followed by show autho rities, and thaut residents rarely seo in the ring a genuiee 'hcrse of the hunter cluss (the type, as Governor General Deaiham remarked the other day, which is. essential for military -re-mount purposes), and that the local farmors have practi cally dropped breeding this variety. of animal. The sort that the hand of oncouragemont, well filled' with State-contributed cash, is .aitotiod to, is.. the trick steed. Thera ire about a doztn of them whicl -do their little struts, with the finished ease ,.of the-,educated , dogs tin :a vaudeville sihow,. tiRondunandround the Wrins of tlhefir Sttitl thdiy:go reaping ''?t diviodends` for thitr owiers re, rw, tothiousands ofibiil lings .to.the turnstiles, and doing about as?muol' gtpod to the 'vitally important . cause, of horse breeding as...

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A BRIGHT LITTLE DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

A BRIGIMT LI ,If Lt- L.a. There are imitations evqrywhor.:, but the dog whose doings are recorded below was possibly one of thd.:best canine mimics on record. His name was Scott, and he was a puppy newly introduced Into a certain family circle. In a neighboring house lived Itab, a dog that had grown to an age of dig ilnty and responslbility. At first the older dog7.gnored the puppy, which, in appearance, was almost an exact• picture of himself. Then the two be. came firm friends. Scott was an at tendant on Rab's every movement. They ate together, slept together, and hunted together. They were also as one in barking at p?ssing horses. Now, barking at horses was forbidden, and brought many whippings, but the temp tation was strong, and the master and mistress were not always present. The eight of the fire-engine whirling past one day, with rattle and clatter, was a challenge no high-spirited dog could resist. It gave Rab an opportunity to show his young friend how close to a flying. f...

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THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

THE HOUSEHOLD. Mteat' Re-served.-The-_reminsi 6h meat dishes arb eltslly disposed of, as there aid s1everal attractive Avays of r -serving cold meat, and many house' wives kcnare?ither recipes; liesides the tinie- honored bash; mince or cottage l;id , but it does not' i eemito striOkd liousek epre that what is left-of hdhs"t es ormifncesm nay.ilie:re-e. .'heiarie?P'tthe scrdliShyst`uppear id be quite fresh when theycoile to' th table. The remains of mince come.in vell for croquettes or rlssbled, ediidciai' ?t this be slightly curried to make 's. :hange io the flavor;,and another way if serving scraps of meat is as fol' lows:-Cut a slice of bread about two - aches thiick, cut into rounds the- size :fit tumbler; add hollow out the cen. :re, leavinsg a little bread at the' bot 'tom; soak these pleces. in stock and fry a light brown; fill the centre with _ny retlains of'meat orfi ih, curried if possible, and serve very hot. Quite a little ?eat will do for this and if we have not enough,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

Scovell and Spurling, TIlE CORNER, Have lialded a lovely stock of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPIRING- STJITINGS from 42s. f13 TERS, lates t siapjes; 3s $d to 6 s 6d. " 2 SAE-"BOXERBS; 8. ' .FASHION':SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close aLneck,. S . TENNIS SHIRTS lfo warm weather'. TIES, SOCKS, ;BRACES, and everything a man ,Wants to wear at THE RIQIIHT PRICE. -1,500 Ties' at 9d., ' worth Is. and Is 6d.; to prove we are TIHE TIE KINGS. THI-IE RACECOURSE HOTEL (WE RRIBEE,) TjIRST-CLABS Accomodationr for 'ravellers and Visitors at this Old e ostablished Hotel, which is replete with every convenience, and the many facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Public will be duly appreciated. The choicest and best brands of Wines, Ales and Spirits are kept at this establishment, FISHING AND SHOOTING, BUGGIES AND HORSES ON HIRE. S M. -A. DIXON, Proprietress. COMMERCIAL .'. HOTEL WERRIiBEE. J. CO OK B3EGS to itat rm the pnblic -generally that she has taken the above w...

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THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 9 May 1912

-TII " Werribee Shir Banner. ,WERIUuIBE., THIURSDAY, MAY 9. All corraspondanco for- this Journnl should ho- In the office before I o'clock on Wodnosday's. Advertlisoments received ip till 6 p.an.on Wednosday's. The Minister. of; Public Works will receive a deputation re the proposed new rirnrg:at half-past I-. o'clock on .Thursday, 23rd inst.' Mr. Yohn Ball has been elected' president-of the Werribee Agri cultural Society three times in succession:. Geelong-dead'slow in calling a meeting to select Liberal candi date fbr Corio to contest next Federal election. Fbor Bltonchial Coughs take' \Voods"Great Poppormint Chrr, Is i1d. New Football Club.--'"Werri bee Rovers"- Mr..Les. Gosney, hon. sec. About 35 tables were occupied' at. the euchre party held last evening in the Mechanics' Hall. Several non-players were also present. Mrs: A.. Missdn won the lady's prize-a case of silver tea spoons, Mr. Marshall, the gent's-a silver-mounted" pipe, .the minor prizes were won by Messrs. Driver and...

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