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THE STATE AS FARMER. POLICY FOR WERRIBEE [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
THE STATE AS FARMER- !. _ POLIOY FOR WVERRIBEE, ,Though tho oetablishmont of ,"a permanont and contral oxpermental farm for Viotoria has been lopg ,delayed, now tlmt the. Cabinot has decided' to conduct investigations is.good reason for the hloipe that the worlk undertaken will bo faithfully catrried out. The Minister for Agriculturre (MIr. Graham)esated yes terday that for the presoet oplerations would be confined to the Werrileoo farm, thrit after that institution hiad been placed upoen a sound woarking bnsis sublaldiary far'mu would be formed il other agricultural centres, whore special inquiries into specal .ndustries would be. conducted f For the present the work at Worribeo a would be directed to the considera r tion of how best to increase produc tion, and the following lines of' .inquiry will be pursued: i(a) The improvement of wheat and other varieties of corals by soloetion and Sbrooeeding. S.(b) Manurial treatment: (c) Iotation of crops. (d) Irrigation problems. .(e) Scie...
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) VAN DE VEER, THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 3 CHAPTER VI. THE FATE OF THE GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVE?D.) -LVAN DE VEER,. THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 3 CHAPTER VI. THE FATE OF THE GUIDE. Sir Edred, faint and sica at heart, trembling in every joint, could but n stare at the torn veil, or rather, at b the torn name, and groan. - His wife, beautiful, gentle, and lov ing, was dearer to him than his life and the shock of this unexpectedly found proo' of her fate for a moment nearly burst both heart and brain with agony. t " Louise I -my wife I Poor Lot r lee." The words bubbled from his pale lips in sobbing gasps. t" ,ost ! My Louise-dear wife!" In the grasp 'of the Black Riders ! And my noble, brave boy, Ernest I Oh, heaven I Louise, my gentle wife! Ernest, my son I" Down upon the dew-wet sward he sank. A man of deep passions; not often' giving way, but when he dlid, be was terrible in venting his emo tions. For several moments hIe lay upon lid breast, sobbing, groaning, pressing that torn relic to his lips, to his eyes, to his heart, and gasp ing the words again and ...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT At Nowmarket on Tuosoay Mfesars. Donley & Johns'on sold:--Fat.ahoop WVothers - 700 morino, Motropolitan Earm, Worribco (outside); 410 crossbred, comeback and nmrinoo G. C.. Troup, Cromar,' Worribee, to 17s; 166 marino M'Donald Bros., Ulderbank; 7 cross. bred, B; Brott, Clovoly,' Bona, at 14s Od; 4 South Down, D, D. Palmer, Milno's Bridge, at 18s Od; 1 norino, J. W. Leigh, Tarnoit, at 153. wes -- 421, George Bros, Worribce; 800 :comeback, J. W. Leigh,.Tarnoit, to 12s Id, Iivg. 12s ;.00 comeback; and merino, T. G.. Misson, Rockbauk,, to 2p d;d' arg? L0s 1d'; 52 crossbred and acomoback,, D. D. Pahnor, Milno's Bridgo; ti iii ds 8isg 18'1 id; 12 orossbro.l ,'and'' comeback. • M'Donald Bros, :.Underbank:; :'0 ecrossbred, 'H. Donsloy, Ballan,:to:Is,.av g17s 6d. Fat Lambs--185, J. F. PAtorson, Pine Glen; 120, J. Bigby,;Digby; 114, B. Broett, Clovoloy, Bona, average Os 5d; 76, M'Donald Bros;, Undirbank; 42, G. C. Trouop; Croinar, Worribee, at 14s 1...
Cause for Alarm. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
Cause for Alarm. "I suppose you visited?all the points. of interest while you were abroad," said one young woman.-: : "No," answered the other, !'we were. so busy addressing picture postcards to our friends that we hadn't time to do much sightseeing." The world is full of hopeless failures: that could have been successes' had' they devoted to real work one-halt thoe energy devoted to complaining. They say that a woman and -musloi should never be dated. Most men would -be .good i they Uved in monasteries; Light-hearted people are always on the.lookout for aunshine. : "Please see thatw, w.hre called 14 time to catch the nine o'clock traln in the morning,", sald, a man to the? "boots" at an hotel. "I'1''put you down for seven-thirty That will give you time for breakfast."' "My good man," responded the vlsl' tor, "that won't do. Make it five. o'clock, and then my wife will-'haveo time to dress!" , A political speaker had utterly bored: his audience.. Suddenly a man at the back of the ha...
THE UNCEASING DRAIN OF PHOSPHATES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
rriuce- i wopencer ' rfHE UNCEASING DRAIN O . S . PHOSPHATES. The phrase, "No phosphate no i1t," a rather a hackneyed one, but It a: pws- presses the vital necessity of eupplled f;a fhphosphat- of lime in the develop' nent of all life, both animal andyego: ach able.: As Professor; Wright. has ry a marked, when the unceasing drain o0 and phlosphates from all descrlptiona ot a of ultivated soils, year after year and century after century, ls taken tntd our consideratlon, it's, no matter for sue" ' ris'e that fields. and pastures should have become denuded of this constitu: thea t. r -~We are liable to think that our' •a. -Ploiehed. luas,.are more subjest .a: " serfosoru ildearia'ieift -erroneoHS Tdea-Sa*'' cihntrpfled pactice even "down to the present time. It should, however,' be' Sremembered that pastures are per: petually being robbed by grazing anti In. mals... In their case it has been con-" tlant depletion, for while manures ot of arious kinds are freely applied td the .rable la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
Scovell, and Spurling, . . THE CORNER, O O `0 S c R.A.Y, ave ialauded a lovely :stock of; NEW SPRING GOODS. SPlITNG' SBiTI"NGS from"' 42e. ,BGOATEiS; latest shajpes, 3s 6d to 6s 6d. SEW SHIAPE BOXERS. &i FASHi 'SHIRTS-in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close at neck. .. ?T, ENIS?:FlRTS for warmweator..: .:TIES, SOCKSI? BRACES, and everything a man wants to. wear at THE1 RIGGHIT PRICE: 1,500 Ties at 9d.; worth is. and is 6d., to prove We acre TH E TxI iNxES'o' JTHE RACECOURSE HOTEL (WEBRRIBEE.) F;IRST-CLASS Acedinodatioii for iraeijer d and Visitors . aii tis diad e. cstablished Hotel; which is replete with every convenhiecgp .and the inniy facilities offered thereiin fdr the tbmfodr df the Opheral Publia will be diily appreciated; The choicest and beat briodd of 'Vines; Alee and S artqg ad tiiept at this Bestblishment; liSHING AND.SRIOTINli.. B; dIEq AND HldfSES' N HIRE. i?. A. DIXON ;. repriieties?; COMMERCIAL .' HOTEL WEifERIBEEý J. COOKE_1 dE6d to iildiiii·ith4 .t...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE THURSDAY, JUNE 20 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
Werrib. Shire Bani?er. waiRRIBWE THURSDAY, 'JUNE 20 MUNICIPL-L = election . -matters are. very. quiiet in the Centre 'Ridirig. Mr ,'J. H. Wood, of Duncan's Road,tells us that:he intends nominating for the East Riding: Itis about'time some of the candilates -D announced a policy., Ratepayers in the Centre Riding' are` anxibus to" kbow what the ''new blood"- are going to do.' As :there will be many colts, in: then: municipal stable after .the .fourth :Thursday in August, there should be a veteran at the head of the team-a coun cillor who has had some training. No doubt sonre of the young.'uns accidentally, or other wise,' will try to kiclk over.the. tliees, so a kirb will:be necessary. Cr. Agar,:who is an even-tempered, shrewd man, and thoiroughly un derstands tbe, :ways and doings of imuanicipal bodies; 'shouil'd be asked to fill the position. "It is, perhaps, early in the day to talk cc about the election of anew presi- at dent, but it is a matter which he should' not be:left until ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
-l-a SThere is not an article of apparel that men wear but we likvo it--and what's more have it at a price and of a quality to commemd itself to you' Look lour~ storem as your store-come In and have a strQ round and choose what you want in your own time-whether its the latest novelty in ties, a new fashion in shirts, a nobby hat o. merely acollar and collar stud. Your smallest purchase is just ad welcome as your largest-a?d we'll do our beat for you in eitkhe case: d range of new Season's Patterns just.to hand. Call and Satisfaction Guaranteed. G ENERAL DIRAPERY. IMEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. TYZACK & CO., S"TJIE CORNER." PERFECT COOKERY WITHOUT DRUDGERY. ,+ -4 - TOE *EW IEIFEGTION OIL SiTOVE. SOLrD A? The Werribee Farmers' Co=operative Society's Stores: SOME OF ITS POINTS . . : 1. Being portable can be placed where ever you like. 2. Saves wood chopping and carrying of coal. 3. The heat is under complete control. 4. You :lave:no big fire to attend t...
A SMALL BOY'S OPINION OF GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
A SMALL BOY'S OPINION OF GIRLS, "Girls." remarked the small boy in his composition Upon the subject, "is of soveral thousand-kinds, and some times one girl can behave like several thousnnd girls. Some kinds of grls 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."
APHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
APHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. Monly, "the root. of all evil," as ii: has been called, Is the subject of thes followin: iayings,- selected .from the works of great writeris=. " 'Make' alyou ca; save all.you ana;. give all you can." . : "A wise man should have money lat Ul head, but not in his heart.". "The use of money is all the advan, tge there is in having it." "Put not your trust-in money; but' put your money on trust." * "Ho 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- kow how."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
SDr. SHELDON'S S lige Pvo T blfles, a US I((1ST WYIIAT YOU EA\T."1 FISHING MATERIAL just arrived-. Hooks, Lines, Gut in packets, Casts, Blnkors, Spmners, iU[innow?, Spoon Bait, Floats and Rods at the S"BANNER" BOOK STORE 88EATW: TR -O IS NOW ON. FASHION'S LATEST PRODUCTION a ENDLESS VARIL'TY PRIOES QUOTED ARE A WONDER TO ALL" see .oujir,,winao lourd ~~i~.·-: : Seee our rn dods. ' THEY :ARE A TRIUMIPH OF THEDRAPDE fART * 'PLEASE SHOP EARLY AS POSSIBLE TO AVOID THE AVEERNOON ORUSUES. J-H HOOPER,& QQ " ý'--"' FOOeTR AYRUNSIro-nnd-aLONDON- . AUTUMN :1SH.OW C. Forge's, T'Ie Peolle's DJrapler, " Nicholson-Streot, Fool?eriy, O':R ANNUAI- SHOW Of all the now.goods for the-coming winter season will be madoe it our ware. houso on Thursday, 21st- inst and follow ing days. We invitoyou to come mnd inspect our vast stock of all the latest importations from'"hot English and Foreign markets and hcitd Colonial made goods. Our Millinery and showroom depart monts are making a very attractive ...
ATTRACTIVE WOMANHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
ATTRACTIVE WOMANHOOD. No woman need be ogly.- If. there Is a soul in her body, it his but to begin: botimos to show through. From her earliest --girlhood the thoughts aho thinks, the foolings to which shel gives way, the tones she fttos;' tho; wishes- she indulges, :aro `culpturlingt lines In hlerfMce which aroe; capablo of making a beauty all her own--llneso the writing ot.which will remain when bloom fades.and sparkle rails. It is in the beginning of man hood. and in the boginninglof old;ageo that a man Is captivated simply by a orotty face, and Is in breathless haste to mnako her charms hispwn posses. dlon. The mature mnn" is far less aubject to.a mistaken infatuation. The boy looks for beauty, the glow. Ing cheelr, the melting eye;-the lovely Ill; lie cannot endure the notion, he will say, of an unlovely countenance n perpetual evidence. '. All men who follow their own de vices are In danger of making a god if favorable chanco. No matter how tnrofully trained or-how intellectual...
SUCH WIVES MAY RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
SUCH WIVES MAY RULE. Women who-aspire to control the. ! husbands should remember that the; men who are most thoroughly under wiely nfliuence are generally those vho least suspect it. 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 infilence in her husband's life. ?But t is always wiser for the wo man wlio: 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."
A CANDID WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
A GANDID w?-TN -b. John Ellis, who' was termed "a vi( xent party man," was once employee to an agent.in" an election whichf War not only .strongly contested, on tbh spot, but on, the ground of some it regularity, brought-by petitlor..,befor. the HIouso,of Commode. To the bar.-?o 'the Hotise Mr. Ellisvas 'brou'ght, or'I the part of the petitioning candidate. when he underwent a cross-examinia lion of which the following is -the slibl stance:- - . - "We understand,, Mr. Ellis, thats very considerable sum was expended in this election, and that-great part ol it was directed to'the purpose of cor rupting the voters. Do you Imow of any such application of money, or.ol any bribes being actually accepted ou the part of.the.electors?" "Indeed, sir, I do. As agent, I know, that our party bribed all whom .we could get to accept our moneyl" At' this acknowledgment, a paude'?ol astonishment seemed to. perhvado'th House; a murmur succeeded,` which bnly subsidedona a member'se;aying.to the..witse...
THE LOVE THAT LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
THE LOVE THAT LIVES. Much senseless nonsense i "writte,. And much more talked about.theorway that married life becomes wearisome mand full of burdens and the way that: .married people 'tlre-of ebn another." Stuff and. nonsensel Such senti ments are not drawn from human na turel It is only. those unfortunate, too-r much-up-to-date folk who expect too much pleasure, and too .little respon. sibilty in their home life, who try to appear' what they are not, never have been, and never will be, that find fault with the conditions of marriage. It is not consistent with nature that a man or woman, abould'-weary "of one who is truly loved and respected. Even: our domestic 'pots become' more dear and are more cherished as time goes on-notwithstanding thai their coats become mangy, the full. bright eye more blurred, and the abil ity to obey less swilft.-- And if. it is human.nature to love our dumb friends when charm .of nppearance is gone. surely those of our own'kind' aro wor thy of a llke di...
PEARSON ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITIr & CO.'s nEPORT, fl' At Neowmarket on enosday, Messrs Pearson, Rowe,. Smith and Co., sold: 1,000 crossbred owe weanors, exeoontors lats Thomas Robertson, Toganmain, DMurrumbidgeo, to 21s 2d, averaging -.1 Os 10d (those sheep are just 12 months old, and are by Lincoln rams from Toganmain morino owes; they travelled 90 miles to the trucks at Daniliquin), 501 orossbred owes from Tangamah; 280 morino wotbors, G. M'Whinuoy. Troga nina, to 17s' ld; 211 crossbred owes, L. G. Harley. Bonalla; 195 merino owes, G. Canny, Worriboo; 178 crossbred wothors, Stuart Reid, Eddington, to 20s, averaging $z 4s 6d; 175 crossbred wothors and owes from Kalkalla, to 23s; 150 cross bred wothors; James Hodar, Hoare. panir; 1809 moosbred wothors and owes frcm 'Norwell;" 104 crossbred wiothors, George Pendor, Hazoldeani? l?s 4d arid 14s; 104 mdrlnodiir?csT from DDuoklld; 100 morino wothers.'R. Gilby, degowood, at 10s Od; 980rossbred wethers and owes, G, B. Nicol, Dalpanglso; 8 Shro...
GIRLS MEN AVOID. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
GIRLS MEN AVOID. Oh, yes, there are some girls whom iome men are glad to avoid, even hough they may not" do so openly. 1nrls and women that men cannot olerate are: Thdse who deprlve a father and noether of comforts in order that they !nay be stylish and smart beyond their neans. Those who gad about with men of vhom they know but little. Those who-bedeck themselves with ,ewellery the first thing-in the morn* ng, as such n display suggests bad o.ste and a vulgar love of show. Those who adopt mannish attitudes ind pose as athletic secimens of their lox. Those who boast.of'thelr numerous -onquests and declare openly that the nan does not exist whom they deem ,ood enough to marry. Those who sit and stare a strange nan out of countenance, and then com. plain that he returns the' rudeness.
THE PRAISE OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 20 June 1912
THE PRAISE OF WOMEN.; Francis I. of'France once: said tha a court without women would belilke a year without spring, and a slirin; without roses; and Malherbe, who 'wev a poet, said.thatth'ere are only tw, pretty things in the world, women nu. roses; and only two dainty morsokl women and melons.. Then Chateauhrlahd said: "Mai', without woman 'would be gross, rud; and solitary, and would ignore th grace which is the smile of love. R'n' man hangs around him the flowerd o life, like those forest creepers whicl adorn the trunks of oaks with.-theo perfumed garlands." F. J. Stahl said: "The mind, of iw men has every kind of relation to tin diamond. It is fine, it is precious, I' has a thousand fires, a thousand rays It .has facets which radiate In over~ direction, it dazzles andl betrays itsel( even in'the shade; when the slighter? opening. is made.. It cannot be she up in the Jewel-box; it must be seen. Fontenelle said: "Among womeL modesty has great advantages. It augg ments beauty, and...
SOON RECTIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
SOON R?lOIFIED. An American travelling on the un derground between HI-ammnersmith and ]slington heard the guard call: " 'Ammeramith, 'Ammermnith I". whereupon, being of a" humorous turn of mind, he salid to the guard, 'You have dropped sometling." . ", What 7" asked the guard. " An h," answered the American. " Oh, never mind," retorted the guard, , I'11 pick :it up, at Hillng-i ton.'.
ONE CONSOLATION. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
ONE CONSOLATION. " op o' the mornin', FIlannagan, an' 01 'ear yer -wolfo is terrible ill I is that so, now ?" " Ah,' an that she is, Arragan. Bho be awfu' sik." 'An' mnight it be dangerous, Flan. at all, at nall ?" " Ah now, sure, Arragan, she he too weak to be dangerous anny more, annyway."