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WERRIBEE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
WERtRIBEE GUN .OLUi ThI.above gun club hIold1 its nusual 'ninthly Ihoot:.E.silrdIy~, good attendtance of shioots e iresen . an1 a- good supply of birds shot The birds iveroegood, but' the shobit. ing bdttcr, very few birdls ddec'tlfih The principal evenits 'voro- woli'z as?: follows :-- : " First swoop dividedl by D. OanWj? and I-owellwith 7 kills. . : i Scond weeoop won : by H. .Peroy Williams withý7 kills. Thirlsweoop divided by WV. Inoni and Howell with 7"kills. Trophy presented by "h Mt. :D. Canny. leg-in won by W, Ison, .10 rounds. Olub -'trophy, 7 rddinds, leog-in won by H. P. Williams.' Fouirth sweop- won by" HI. P. Willilins. FIf1h swoop won by A. Ion Next slihoot.will bo held on thli first Wudne!sday In Novomblerwhen an nbundaht stupply of birds will -be on hand. Visilors. are cordially, invited.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
fII Your Should YDo Its all very well for folk to say appearances don't count. They do count. Tie Tailor doesn't snake the man but he .makes all of him but' his hands and face during business hours. The kinds of suits teltailor reflect credit on their.wenrers fittinig perfecily with that smart'hang and style about them that bespeaks the.)vell dressed manu. Splendid .range of new Season's Patterns just to hand. Call and inspec Satisfaction Guaranteed. GE NERAL )DRAPE Y. MEN'S & POY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. TY ZAC &K CO "TlETE CORNER. Where's Your Light! Don't be fined for having none. Get a lamp from the ICo-operative Stores. "THE HURRICANE.' 3 The Lamp for Sthe Stable. Cannot BIoxwr. _- . out. You need not be frightened of the constable, it you carry la. one of these lbnmps u-dier your. buggy seat. It will-fit :on the dashboard of your buggy or waggon. Cannot shake, or_ blow out. The Lamp For Your S. R : ooim. i. ?- A per fectly safe, I c. ire: dclitiaught?...
WERRIBEE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
WERRIBEE RIFL' CLUB. A team from the WVerribeo ritle club will visit Portitrlingtlt ono Sat urday next aitd fire Ia maitch ar-ains: the Poltarlington club.. The visitors are ilvited to dinner and also to afternogn tea on tihe range. Given fine weatlher thliey will have a meat enjoyahle trijp.' The members who intend goning are aked to catch the eairly train to Goelone, which leavYs Vorrivoe about 7.15 a.m. Ci. Jas. B'rowno.ýJ.P. hansdonatel a trophy for thle first member who gata 100 out of 105 over 300. 500 and 600 yds. ol COr Canny has denoted £2 2/ tobo fired tcr, The commnittee to arrange condii mitn. The coln1 mittee tendler those gentlemen their best hlairce for thse donatliona. NWe.-od;mhra re.; shRaeadily.comint, in., An the club will haver lo get anotle 'target tio give them full !rachice.
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, OCT. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
iWerribee $bire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, OOT. 5. All correspondence for tis Journal should bo in the office' before 1 o'clock on Wodnosdays.'? Advortlsemonls rocelved: up 11ill 6 p.m. onWednesday's. Intedidihg exhibitors at the forthcoming Werribee agricul tural show should not forget'that entries close with the secretary,' Mr. Tyzack, next Tuesday. Send them in early. There is nothing lost by being early in the field. It has been decided to hold an. art union in connection with the forthcoming:: Bazaar ri aid of SfT'; Andrews'.t RC., church Werribpe. The first pritvw.l|" ble -., jitiker. valued at £25, a bicycle will'be given as second prize; third, fourth, and fifth prizes are also provided, beingoil-painting, over mantle and pair of buggy lamps respectively. The draw will take. place during the currency of the bazaar rin, January next. ,- Ticketh have been fixed at the popular price of six-pence each, aid will be procurable ,shoirtly: The Werribee branch of the People's Party ...
WERRIBEE CROQUET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
WERRIBEE CROQUET CLUB. The. lawns of the Werribee Croquet Club wore opened for the season on the 23rd Septeomber, and the occasion was marked by the visit of four gentlemen of the Melbourne Croquet Club, who indulged in a friendly game with four of the Inca] members. The visi .tors included the champion, Mr. .. Tuckettb, and the ex-champion, Mr. .1. W. Wren, and their fine play won· greatly crjoyed by'the onlookers.. TIe,: games were all in favour of the visi tors, ,with .the exception of the last. in whicheseVorriboo "was leading by:10 poiht." dwing to: th'?'iatol hour pl?i. lhad to, b. e bandon,?l. The lawns have heen'marked out with galvanized hoop iron, 'thoe .gift of Mrs W. M'3furray, iresidoit# of the club. Mesdames Manly :. and Taylor have promised trophies, ahTi a donation has 'been kindl y.foloarded by Mr. Croft., An American tournament is to be held. Entries are being received and play will begin very soon. Wednesday af .ternoons Ihae been set apart by the more experienced...
DENSLEY AND JOHNSTON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
DENSLEY AND JOHNSTON'S - REPORT. AtNewmrirket on Tuesday last Messrs. Densley and Johnston sold :-Fat sheep-wethers : 388 merino; George Bros. at' 1416; 274 comeback, (shorn), H. Ripper, Thyra road, Moama, N.S.W., to 119 avg. 115; 230 comeback and merino, M'Donald Bros., Underbank, former at 17 latter, at 15/11 and 159 :,208 merino, R. Gwillam, Oaklanls. at 14'6; 119 2. tooths,, W. M?ier, Bunaloe road,. Moama, N.S.WV., to 910 ; 96 comeback, C." .J. Gibbons, Murchison, to 16/4 avg. 16/2; 46 2-tooths, A. Stanworth, Koyuga, to. 16/1 av. ..16~;,.42 comebpJc.. (shorn), Mrs.,G...4. Ripper,,Tyra, Moamn;, t 12-avg, 111 ;-.39 crossbred and:comeback Angus M'Gillivray, Lalbert ::35. merino (shorn) M'Donald Bros.-, Underbank at 10'8 ; 197crossbredi and comeback H. Laughlin; .Lal bert, to 19/ ;. 17 2-tooths J. Rqb son, Lalbert, at 156 ; .10 cross bred, James M'Crae, The Orange at 169 ; 8 crossbred, T, Pickens Pannoobamawm, to J 7/9 avg 17/5; 6 merino, (shorn), C. Hicks Echuca at 8/; 4 merino W. ...
INFORMATION CHEERFULLY IMPARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
INFORMATION CHEERFULLY IMPARTED. "Are you the maln that answers thd queries?" asked the visitor to the edi torial omce of an American newspaper; finovinglhis lint as he came In._.': "I anm," replied the man at the desk, pigeon-holing a request for statistics as; to the total number of persons kill ed in' the Cri?saan War, and stowing away li the waste-paper basket a note asking for brief bilographies of all the l/resldoits'of.the United States ramom -: George" x-s]iiogton down" . td' RoosEni""'" vei: "Wshat can I do for you? . , "'ve got'a-little bet with a friend," roJoliidd the visitor, "and we've agreed to leave it with you. What is the size of a glove that a perfectly-propor tloned.woman with a No. 6 foot ought to wear." "The size of glove, you say--"' "'Yes." "That a perfectly-proportlonw,. vo "Yes." "W~th a No. 6 foot should wear?" "That's right." "Just wait a few moments. I will consult the anatomical tables." -He waited. The man at the desal ,verhaule'd "Whitaker's Almanackf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
WERRIBEEE OPPOSITE THE RACECOURSE HOTEL. WHEELWRICHTS AND CENERAL SMITHS. i FPAIIN`iNd WINDIIwxxiLS A SPEOIALITY ' Att &oR GfUAI ANiEED Scovell and Spurling, TIHE CORNER, Oj` O O S ~ A.Y, ia're lauded a iovely, stock :of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPIRING SUITINGS fiom 42s. . BOATERS, latest shapes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d; aNEW SHAPE BOXERS. & i'ASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styleir. SWEATEflS to button close at neck. S. TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weathci;: TIES,. SOoiCK, ~:iRAOES, and o?eryiliing- a man w?ants to wear at TIIE RIGIHT PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth 1is and is 6d., to prove we are THE TIE KINdtS. WALL'S HOTEL, (N'EAR RAILWAY STATION) ..... W IM E It It B E, .... (Under New Management); F"ist-iclas Accmodaution. Wines, Ales and Spirits of the Best Brands. Good Stubling; Horses and Buggies on Hire: D. CANNY, Proprietor. c., ~&C., &c,. A BIG STOCK AT "'THIE BANNER" BOOK STORE. ..-.. FiraPrizo ~~.Largost ?tock Buggies, IICLE. Pr cotons,, HARNESJ, s c. Road. Cc...
THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER. The Beginner's Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
THE AMATEUR PHOTOQRAPERii I .: 'The.aBeginner' aMlet?i,: - One of the most pegiiant.iinf'aiir reaching mistakes made by the young beginner is to commence to take pho tographs without first having acquired some rudimenio?ry ideti of the princI= ples upon whlcl the drt Is based. A-ndi the facility dilthi whicli he can obtail ready-made helps In every department still further fosters the Idea that thd whole process is more or less a me chanical one, and ond that does. not requiro the application of principled and laws: And so we find mistakes made in uslin the lens which would have been Impossible had a very Pled mentary knowledge of optics, and the properties of a lens, been first ae= quired. It is the.same in.development. A little knowledge of chemistry and the chemicals usoed in photography, will make the path the beginner treads much less thorny, and will. tn addition, save him many a shilling. And an acquaintance, slight perhaps; lwith the first principles of composition, will pre...
INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
iNDiVIDUAL RESPONSIBIUITY: We are each. of us responsible for the level on which we live; No one cud deba~i you biut yourself. Slander, sa= tire,. falsehood, injustice-these can never rob you of your mdanhood. oleot .nay lie about you, they may denounce you, they may cherish suspicions, they may make your fallings the target of their wit or cruelty-never be alarmedi never swerve an inch from the line your judgment and conscience have marked out for you. They caii6ot, by all their efforts, take away your know ledge, of yourself, the purity of youi: motives; the integrity.of your clharac ter, and the generosity of yoiur net ture. While these are left, you are, it point of fact, unharmed
WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 5 October 1911
WERRIBEE SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30. 1911. Present: Cr. Johnson, president (in the chair), and Crs. Canny, M'Murray, Beamish, Agar, Leake, Browne, Troup and M'Naughton. From Public Works Department, sta- Ling that the Governor-in-Council had approved of £32 12/1 being made avail- able from the Unused Roads and Water Frontages Fund for expenditure in the Shire of Werribee. - Received. From Chief Secretary's Office, stating that October 19th., date of Werribee Agricultural Show, has been gazetted a public holiday tlhroughout the Shire of Werribee. - received. From Municipal Association, stating that the annual session of the Munici- pal Association of Victoria will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, October &nbsp; I8 and 19. - Cr. M'Naughton was ap- pointed to at attend the meeting. From Closer Settlement Office, stat- ing that steps have been taken re the eradication of stinkwort on the unsold land on the Werrihee Park Estate, un- der the control of the Board. - Re...
How He Enjoyed Himself. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
How He Enjoyed Himself. If you would enjoy your work, go about it o if ot were a game you weore at upon winniUg. HOre is an illustration. A cortaitu old farmerloearned this eooret-which is not a now oneo-while watching two "city followr" playing chus. The gamo was long, and ho roventured to Interrupt It. "Excuseo mo," hoe said, "but the object of hoth of you is to get them wooden objects from whore they are over theore to whore they atin't?" "That partly expresses it," replied one of tho players. -And ybo have to be continually on .the lookout for surprelas and dtffiloulties P " "Coestoantly." "And if you ain't mighty keerful, you're goin' to lose om ol 'amP" "'mea." "An' then theor's that other game that you dreea up odd fur, an' play with long ettoko tn' a little ball." 1You mou golf." - "I think- proh'ly that's what I mean. Is Ihant gumo aimutn' " " It's quite interoeting, and the exercise is ery boeneficial." " oell, I reckon it's a mighty good joke on me." "To what do ou refer?...
He Only Just Missed It? [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
He Only Just Missed It I In a certain regiment Private tMaodonald's Iglornuco wes a atuding joke, and afforded mny u gool laugh. Indeed, although Mao was a good soldier and one of the best "drill.," he ees alytbitog but a scholar. f-acdooald htL been up for his cexemination for higher rlok, and on lis way back from headquartero he was accosted by his acrgeant as to tlow he bhu progressed. " eoll, sergeaut," said Mu o, scratching hie hbead, " I only just missed it." " Only justmieed it i " queried the ser geant, with assumed seriousnoess. " 'What was wrollng this time P' * Well," said Mae, thoughtfully, " I did eerything right; but I forgot the k' in whet, and it's thbt what floored me."
COPYRIGHT. COLONEL THORN-DYKE'S SECRET, Part II. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
OOPYRIGH1T. COLONEL THORN DYKE'S SECRET, BY C. A. HENTY, Author of "Dorothy's Double," "A Hidden Foe," &c. &c. PART 11. ' Those are the gents that have given me the otiee,' he said, as Flash and his :ompauion entered. 'They can tell yer - ne is one of that cursed Bow street lot.' 'That is right enough, my men,' Flash said. ' lie and four of his mates broke into a place where we were hav ing a bit of play, three weeks since, marched us all away to Bow street and .hut the place up. I don't know what he is down here for, but aou may be sore that it's for no good to some of you. We owe him a heavy one ourselves Hle came spying on us dressed up as a swell and spoilt our game, andl got the darbies put "on us, and we have sworn to get even with him.' 'You will get even, don't you fear,' one of the men growled, and mucre than even, strike me blind if you don't.' * Look here, lads,' Flash said. 'There is one thing I sav-ldon't use your knives on him ; remember he is a runner,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
The Sj World's Standard for 33 years SALFA-LAVAL" CREAM SEPARATOR ..lpcar cow per your is the extra amount `ourI hord will' rturn you by t using the hlatatt model " AlfaLtLval " instead oLfa soparator of any othoc Every "Alfa-Laval" is guaranteed to d:e as' rep resented, and ;further, is guaranteed to skixm ''cleanei", tirn' 'easier,' last longer;i:' d give better' ,esults tan any competinog'm?ihis' nmrs2t QfFiS t sot ,.iD A FREE- TRIAL GIVEN. Write for cataloguo No. 850 B. j. BARTRAM 8c, SoNs, S ty., Ltd. 19-23 King Street Melbourne. S ole Agnts fo'.:. LL.K.O." Milting Maelifihe, ': Felix " Farm Motiaor, . 'Alta "all.steel \Vinddmill. Slhoeii ga F .rge, WEREIIBEE GENERAL SMITHS, WHEELWifRGOITS, COACH PAINTING AND REPAIRS In all its Branches. WINDMILL )EPAIRS a Speelaitly 1E3"1 1M F N "E Y Has aOCuutomer for an euitrwido "Rustle." Also } SHAFT JINKEICR. Has forS ýn hBAKER'SOART'ln Goodt;O er, - Wator Catrf i£2 10. GOdR) WINDLASS, WINKR, 17,. JINVRS. 10. lnveral .oher jinris at rneon...
LET THERE BE LIGHT. THE LIGHTING OF WERRIBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
LET THERE:BE LIGHT. THE LIGHITING OF: WERIIBEE. 'lThe following communication has o been received by Utr.- Percy i. Bay ) Icy, front .lessrs..J. A Newton and Co, a electrical engineers, Melbourne, re the cost of lighting the streets )f' the Sshire toivn: SDear Sir,-With reference to your inquiry as to the approximate cost of ? lighting plant for the town of Wor ribee, this plant to be used for Are nod Incatndescent street lighting, and .also private liglhtitng, weo lavo.,now anuch pleasut e :in.giving you an approximate cost for llis. p!lant. In our estimate we have iinldo provision.for seven (7) snip. Arc tlamps, theseo to e carried on substanitial brackets and provideo ivfth winches for raising'and lowering the lamps in order to facilitate canrbon ing and clenianlg. Those lamps ' would he run on two circuits coutrolled-on a .listributibn boardnIn"t the-po?worfotisoe. The street incanidscenlt lights would' also he controlled from n switch inl the power. house. Provision is also mad...
THE WORKERS' ACCIDENT COMPENSATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
THE WORKERS' ACCIDENT COM PENSATION BILL. In the State Parlianient last week, ?r.r. A. It. Robertson, speaking oi the above Bill, said:--1 would nit'like to take the responsibility ofdhbating thile now claute at such length as to jeo pardlise in any way the passing of tlih Bill, but being wiulay this mornIing on public business, 1 lost my opportunity of moving an amierdmelit which .1 had circulated in clause . 1 then .draftvil i now clause pretty vwell in the.sanme terlms as the anillenllmentlt so I;donot think it is fair to charge the; Govern inoiet with what hans' bhee chiarged against them bhy members oli th tOppo aition side of..the Housoe: I liave not spoken nO the 1Bill yet, and I sant to say that in ?etly opilioeji.it' was a piis-, Stake to bring a: Hill of. sucli a .deeop a. g eliaranter bufore the Ifdilso u';itlout Sfirst .monkig proper fiianelhl asr~ltgo: 'm.oints5wlitfh regurd 'to it:. c.aens to. me that provision alol old aive b1het :.: made for contributions' £roli tlh ...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE THURSDAY, OCT. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 12 October 1911
THB:: Werribee JbS re Banner. .W; rlERLBEtOR.Z.. 'rnUDnAaoOT..12. OAll corroepondencs for thle Journal: should be- In Ithe office before 1 o'clock on Wednesday's. Advertisements received up till 8 p.m. on Wednesday's.. .Advertisers- will please note that. "The Banner" will be pub lished on Wednesday next in lieu of Thursday. - The. fifth show of the Werribee agricultural society promises to considerably outshine previous ones in point of exhibits. For some days past the secretary has been busily engaged in booking entries, and the show to be held next Thursday will be well worth visiting. The Hon. John. Murray Premier of the State, has been invited, and as we are on the eve of the triennal election, perhaps, at the luncheon table he may give an outline of the programme to be submitted [to-the electors. The committee are now putting the ground in readiness for the chief festival in Werribee, and should the weather be favorable there is a good outing for those whb attend. :The Werribe...