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PRETTY GOOD FOR A DEACON. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
PRETTY GOOD FOR A oEACON. ----+-~-- In a little country village a crowd of loafers around a " pub " got to talking about echoes, and Jim San ders said down whore he was born and raised there was an echo and he was in thue habit of putting it to a peculiar use. IIe said that every night before he went to bed, he would put his head out of the win (low and say: " Jim Sanders I Seven o'clock ; time to got up I" Ile started the echo going, and next morning at seven o'clock it would get back, and say : " Jim Sanders 1 Seven o'clock; time to get up I" Deacon Wltherspoon said he didn't know much about echoes, but he'd seen it rain about as hard no any body ever seo it rain. Somebody said': " Deacon, how hard did you ever sac it rain I" " Well, sir," said the deacon, "once upon a time when I was at home, we had an old beer-harrel lay ing out in the yard with both ends out and the bung-holo up ; and, would you believe it, it rained so hard into that hung-hole that water couldn't run out of bo...
HERE AND THERE. By JOHNNIE WALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
HERE AND THERE. [Be Jonu?Ia WALKBR.1 The Countess of Warwick has been interesting Americans with accounts of the great folk in Eng land. Discussing social life she said, "The duchess;,who was plain Miss Smith, is more inclined to be tenacious of her now dignity than the duchess who is the daughter of a duke." Now Yorkers craned their necks anticipating that her ladyship must quote a few samples, but the lecturer refused to be drawn. She told of the friendships between political opponents in England; of 5Mr. Balfour teaching Mr:. Asquith how to ride a bicycle in the court: 'yard of Warwick Castle ; and how one afternon long ago she went' td tea? io Arlington-street and foSnidli Lord Salisbury nursing a toothachio. Mir. Gladstone was there, too, andl would notrest, until le had gone to a chemist fora bottle of toothacho. cure, which he insisted on applying to Lord Salisbury's face." .While these incidents belong to other days and also remembering that it is a far cry from Salisbury an...
A CANDID WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
A CANDID WITNtda?. .ohn Ellis, who was termed "a vio ent party man," was once employed is an agent in an election which war not only ,strongly contested on the spot, but on the ground of some ir regularity, brought by potltiora.befort the House oat Commous. To the bar o: the House Mr. Ellis was brought, on the part of the petitioning candidate. when he underwent a cross-examina tion of which the following is the saul atance: "We understand, Mr. Ellis, that in very considerable simn *?g~ expcndclt in this election, and that groat part et it was directed to the purpose of col rupting the voters. Do you know o: any such application of money, or o; any bribes being actually accepted o,. the part of the electors?" "Indeed, sir, I do. As agent, I knov that our party bribed all whom w' courd get to accept our money!" At this acknowledgment, a pausd' o: 'astonishlnmnt seenmed to pervade thi ilouse; a murmur succeeded, whicl' only subsided on a member's saying it. the witness: "Your party di...
COMPLETE SHORT STORY. A STERN-CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
COMI'LETE SHORT STORY. A STERN-CHASE. - I BY DARCY LEVIER. i 1. The sceno lien in Holland, where I found myself some thirt) summelor ago, the proud owner alnd sklipper of a flfty-tonl yacht, named the." North ern Belle " noW. alas I at the bottom of the German Ocean. Thero-I mean in I-ollandl- scraped acquanln tanco witlh a young Spanish gentle meI some five years my Julior, and soon taught himl enolugh Ildglish aor us to chat together on matters that mutually interested as. What first drew him to the land of dykes and canals, I hover know ; hut what kept him there he very soon revealed to me. It was Love. The lass he loved, Mariquiita vac tobseck, aged eighteen, was the only child of her father by his first mar rilan with a Spanish heiress, who died when Mariquita was barely tenll years old. Three years later the wl di ower re-wived. And on Mariqulita's fifteenth birthday, her stepmnother presented her with a small half brother, whom she was never allowed t.c-tuenl. Tha" grieved he...
CROQUET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
CROQUET NOTES. The sixth annual meeting of the Werribee Croquet Club was held at the Shire Hall last Saturday after noon. There was a fair attendance of: members. The hon. secr6tary and treasurer, Mrs. Hamilton Sin clair, submitted the balance sheet for the year ended 30th April, which was adopted, and which showed a credit balance of £9 13s Id. Mrs. Sinclair also read a re port detailing the matches, tourna ments, etc., of the past season, showing that it had been a more than usually interesting one, The retiring president. Mrs. . W. IMur ray, then presented. '- s doubles as follows:-Club chlum pionship, Mr. F. M'Aliece -Ladies' championship, Mrs. S. Agar; Gentlemen's champponship. Mr. Baker ; Doubles, Mrs. W. M'Marray and Mr. M'Donald ; Doubles handi cay, Miss Carrie and Mr. M'Donald. Mr. J. M'Millan was presented by Mrs. l'Murray, on behalf of. the club, with a game bag and cartridge belt as a mark of appreciation of the excellent state of the lawns during tha past season. The fo...
GENERAL NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
GENERAL NEWS, Iisei in broad ari carioing aplireitiel iiod in France. Whein flrist eoon the beer was distanb half a mile or ai from the Titanic. After' a dusty journey across tlid sax year s., "- " Throug0h a dra"li ilapsing Geo. f Hunt, of.Fairf ld, wowkTllod at Sdutl .. Melbourne. ? - progress of Canada, the Primeeo tir rmsk ter rmnarks. James Reonton, a cabdriver, 51 years of ago, was found drowned near thd water's edge at Middle-park. An extraordinary expanison in goode [and live stock hlas marked Victorian railway operations since 1902. Mr. Fisher classes a statement In the Pall Mall Gazette,' warning Ausa tralia, as misleading and nonsensical. At Boudigo a number of Americans left the excursion with the object of acquiring blocks, in the Rochester disn trick. According to his mate in the crib'd nest, Fleet warned the officers on tlhd bride of the. Titanic of the icetberg Ten members of a Romnnian familye committed suicide because circumstan ees brought them face to face with b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
Scovell and Spurling, TAE COR NE1t, save landed. a lovely stock :of NEW SPRING G00OODS. SPRING SUITINGS .from 42:;s." ,.,, - BOATERS,-latest shapos, 3s 6d to .6s Od. a NEW SHAPE BOXERS. s FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close at neck. . TENNIS SHIRTS for warm woather; TIES, SOCKS, BRACES," and overydting a mtan wants to wear at THE RIGHT PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth is.- and is 6d., to prove we aire TjI E TIE M INGS. TPIHE RACECOURSE HOTEL WE RI BE B.) StIRST-CLASS Accomodation for Travellers and Visitors at this Old A. ostalished Hotel, which is replete with overy 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 hetablis moint. FISHING AND SHOOTING. BUGGIES AND HORSES ON HIRE. M. A. DIXON, Proprietrsse. " RIRIBEE. J. COOK BEGS to lialjrin the public generally that she has taken the above well-known hostelry; and th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
There is not an article of apparel that men wear but we libre it-and what's more have it at a price and of a quality to commenda itself to you. ? L?ook on our store as your store-come in and have a btrOd - round and choose what you want In your own time-whether its thi latest novelty in ties, a new fashion in shirts, a nobby hat so " merely a collar and collar stud. Your smallest purchase iS just eas ______- ·-1 .' b..-for yau to cits -ti case. - - ý ~c Spl'llenic range of new Season's Patterns just to hand. Call and inspec SatisfactionS Guaranteed. Gr fuý1RTEE ALýHeI DRILPERY. MIVEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. YZACK & CO., 'T- I?E COR~NER." - PERFET. COOKERY WITHIOUT DRUDGERY. .i SOME OF ITS POINTS . . ? uicker than wood, 2 .!ii. Saves"wood ý oboppin and? carrying oC coal.ýM - 3 T eto.... is underctpote acosntr • .. . Yo.1aav n big o .t.. to. ""PERFEC T-O " LIVYhePOOL. & iLONDON & GLOBE iNSURANCE COMPANY? LTD . 'AS,5ET5 EXCEED £1:I,5 0...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, MAY 23. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
'THE Werribe Shire Banner. W:]RRfBEE, THURSDAY, MAY 23. All. correspondanco for this JOurnal should be In the office before 1 o'clock on Wodnesday's. Advertisements recolved ,p IIIll 6 p.m.on Wednesday's. Tiui Lalorites will nmko a big effort to defeat the Liberals at the election to be hold to-morrow .for the vacant seot in the Legialative Cauncil caunsoeby the death ptof?Ir. H-arwea. r ---Tne t - ?nnti -' Wcatorn: -?PF2ite wiida i from Nowport'to W\irrnambool,. and the election pr,:omises to be keenly contested. The Labor Party is wcll organisod, and will poll their full strength. Will the Liberala follow suit ? If they do, the neat will be won biy them. But the farmer is not so leon on voting no the worcer, and, unlons :he rolls up to-morrow Mr. Prendergast will add a member to his ranks, and' there will be joy in the Labor camp. The Labor policy is not acceptable to the farmer, and he will be neglecting his interest if he fails to record his vote. The views of both candidates ar...
A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR. SiR,--I notice in the columns of your last week's issue; under the heading of "Johnnie Walker," that &nbsp; he made reference to the new resi- dents. I understand that I am one of those referred to, and while thanking him for the notice I would deem it a favour if, you.will kindly correct the paragraph in your next issue. I am referred to as B. O'Shea, which is incorrect. My name is T. W. O'Shea, and well known in Melbourne and Bacchus Marsh, and have been connected with many debates in and around Melbourne. I have also been in charge of Pyke's CreeK Reservoir before joining the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission. I hope you will pardon my intrusion, but as my name is not B. O'Shea I have felt that in justice to myself I should let you know. Yours truly, T. W. O 'SHEA. Werribee, 20/5/12.
SUCH WIVES MAY RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
SUCH WIVES MAY RULE. Women who aspire to control the husbands should remember that the men who are most thoroughly under wifely influence are generally those who least suspect it. &nbsp; 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 she is actually "the power behind the throne."
APHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
APHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. Money, "the root of all evil," as it has been called, is the subject of the following sayings, selected from the works of great writers: "Make all you can; save all you can; give all you can." "A wise man should have money in -"RTh-le?fg-O strmýsey-s-r-nur g vaan1 - tage there Is in having It." "Put not your trust in money; but put your money on trust." "He that wants money, means and content is without three good friends." "Money is a servant if you know how to use it--a master if you do not know how."
A SMALL BOY'S OPINION OF GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
A SMALL BOY'S OPINION OF GIRLS "Girls," remarked the small boy in his composition upon the subject, "Is of several thousand kinds, and some times one girl can behave like several thousand girls. Some kinds of girls is better than some other kinds, but they ain't any of them up to boys. This Is all I know about girls, and father says the less I know about 'em the better."
DRAWING AN INFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 23 May 1912
DRAWING AN INFERENCE. &nbsp; A young clergymanwho had deliver- &nbsp; ed a discourse in the place of an aged brother minister requested the &nbsp; opinion of the latter respecting it. " Oh," said he, p inly, " many of the words you used were beyond the comprehension of your hearers. Thus, &nbsp; for instance, the word 'inference '-- &nbsp; &nbsp; perhaps not half of my parishiners understand its meaning." &nbsp; " Inference, Intlel' ce " exclaimed the other. " Wiy everyone must understnnd that." "I think you w find it is not so. 'rThre's my lerk, now ; he prldes himanelf luponl i learning, and, ill truth, sl very int icent. We will Iry him, Zachlril conme hither I Zachnrlnh, my hr el' lern wishes yolu to draw nn in ncc ; can you do It 7" " Why, r nm pre atrong, but SJohn, the coacaman strouger than 1. I'll ask him." Zacharlah went o for a few mo ments to look nIte ho coaclenan, and returned. " John says he I never tried to draw...
A STOLEN SUPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 30 May 1912
A STOLEN SUPFER. - - to-L . The Maryland got home he day be fore Christmas, and we weUn't to be I paid off till three days late. But I being young enough the,, to care 1 about Christmas festivitio, and my home being barely thirty miles a way, asked leave to spend bhristmas 1 Day with my folks. The old man I was in a good humour anl let me I go; so I borrowed a soverCgn from I the second mate and went nahore at I three in the afternoon, as tappy as I a sandboy. It was a still foggy day, and the foghorus were sounding on all the I vessels in the Channel like the cries of a shoal of sea monsters that bad come to the surface, and had found the white steamy upper world little to their liking. But I turned my back on the sea gladly enough, and I stoepped out through the dock gates, I and up the High-street towards the station. Lord I how jolly the shop windows looked, with holly and paper crackers and coloured candles, and good 1 things to eat and drink I I dawdled I a bit to look at all ...
THE PRAISE OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 30 May 1912
THIE PRAISE-OK WoM.itN. Francls I. of France once said that a court without women would be likd a year without spring, and a spring without roses; and Malherbe, who was a poet, said that there are only twd pretty things in the world, wdmen and roses;. and only two dainty morsels, women and melons. Then Chateaubriand said: "tlat without woman would be gross, rude and solitary, and would ignore the grace which is the smile of love. Weo man hangs around him the flowers of life, like those forest creepers which adorn the trunts of oaks with the?f perfumed garahnds." F. J. Stahl said: "'Ihe mIted of we' men has every kind of relation-to.the diamond, It is fine, it is precious, it has a thousand fires, a thousand rays, it has facets which radiate. in every direction, it dazzles and betrays itself, even in the shade, when the slightest opening-is made. It cannot be shut up in'the jewel-box; it must be seen." . sontenelle,. said: - ?Among,: Women .modesty-has greathdvantages"'It aug : ness,...
MONEY IN MANNERS. THE REMARKABLE CASH VALUE OF "PERSONALITY." [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 30 May 1912
MONEY IN MANNERS. -'--- THE I1IMARKABLE CASH VALUSI OP " PERSONALITY." Brains count for a good deal in this world, but appearance, bearing, and voice count for moro. A good personality can double your income. A bad one can halve it. I am myself a fairly intelligent man, though I candidly admit that, if I had had to rely on my brains alone, I should never have been able to keep up my hundred-pound-a-yoar house, and three servants. Iy in telligonce told me, while I was still at school, that it needed something additional to bolster it up, and by keepiny my oyes well open I found out what that particular something was. In a word, it was mannor-or per sonality, which is the same thing. Readers may be inclined to laugh when I tell them that, for a whole year, I devoted myself mainly to steadying and deepening my voice, improving my outward appearance, and learning to look people straight in the face. They would do welt in many cases to copy my methods, however, for I count that year as t...
COMPLETE SHORT STORY. STRANGELY WON. A THRILLING TALE OF LOVE AND ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 30 May 1912
COMPLRTIc SHORT BTORY. STRANGELY WON. -4--$-- uA THRILLING TALE OF LOVE AND ADVENTURE. BY INA LEON OASSILIS. "Two hundred and fifty-not a penny more." " She's worth more than that4 Fawcett." " Bah I she's handsome. I'll allow -uncommon handsome ; but she's got a temper that'll need breaking. Besidesi I can't afford moro." " Very well then"-the assent was given rather sullenly--"two fifty and done;" The two men were seated in the verandah of an Australian timber built house, the elder a grey-haired, hard-visaged man about sixty, rough ly dressed, but with a suggestion a. bout him of having originally be longed to a better class than that which his present attire and sur roundings indicated. His companion was not more than three or "Sour-and thirty, and, though fairly good looking, was clearly neither born or bred is gentleman. His occupation it would be hard to determine, but his reckless look and air. his untrim med beard and moustache. his sinis ter lip and eye at once keen and- en...
ATTRACTIVE WOMANHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 30 May 1912
ATTRACTIVE WOMANHOOD. No woman need be ugly. If there is a soul in herbody, it has but to begld betimes to show through. From her earliest girlbood the thoughts-she thinks, the feelings to which she gives way, the tones she utters, the ;wishes she indulges, are sculpturing lines In her face which are capable of making a' beauty all her own-lines the writing of which will remain when bloom fades and sparlle falls. It is in the beginning of man, hood and in the beginning of old ago thnt a man is captivated simply by a pretty face, and 8s In breathless haste to make her charms his own posses. slon. The mature man is far less subject to a mistaken infatuation. The boy looks for beauty, the glow. Ing cheek, the molting eye, the lovely lip; he cannot enduro tle .notion, he will say, of an unlovoly countenance in perpetual evidence. All men who follow their own do. vices are in danger of malking a god of favorable chance. No matter how carefully trained or how Intellectually gifted a. man ...