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BATH DONT'S. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
BATH DONT'S. .Don't take a hot-water bath itf neor vous or neuralgic. Don't bathe your hands and faCe In hard water, If you can get soft. Don't take any kind of bath directly after a hearty meal. Don't attempt to' remove dust frbrm the fags with cold water. Don't take a hot or warm bath In d cold room. Don't take a hot bath without a cold' water finish. Don't bathe the face while warm~ from exertion. Don't use cold water on the face while overheated. Don't use a sponge for the face at any time. Don't remain long In the bath, hot or cold. Don't neglect the air and sun bath. Don't neglect a dally bath of .omd kind. Don't take a cold bath when fatigued' Don't believe that you can got rid of wrinkles by filling In the crevices with powder. Just before retiring bathe your face with very warm water-so warm that you wonder how you can stand it-and then with cnld water-so cold or cool that It will ,be '11 aglow from the reaction. Then fe .,ire with no thought of the morrow, no doubts, no fe...
BEDROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
' EDRIOCK. The night was bitterly cold, and the poor shivering wretch who dog ged the footsteps of the comfortably clad alien coughed dismally. " Beg pardon, sir,".comnmenced the outcast, " could you spare me six pence, sir, please. .'I m stnrving." "I haf no sigspence," snapped' Herr Hoggenhelmer. " Then perhaps fourpence, sir, for a bed." " Ach, now, mine friendt, you speaks pinness Where in the bed ?"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
There is not an article of apparel that ren wear buý we have it-and what's more have it at a price and of a quality to cotumend itself to you Look on our store as your store-come in and have a stroll round and chrose what you want in your owt :iae---whetl'cr its the latest novelty in ties, a new fashion in shirts, a obby hut or merely a cnl:ar and collar stud. Your smallest purchase is just as welcome as your largest-aud we'll do our bexs for you tat either case. d range of new Season's lPaterus just to hand. Call and Satisfaction Guaranteed. .` VWEN S & BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes. JTYZACK & G -- ... - +.. ...I ',?2'" MID?Il AT 'The Weribee Farmers' Co=operative Society's St1 es. :SOME OF ITS POINTS . , 1. Being portable can be placed where cver you hke. 2. Saves wood chopping and carrying of coal. 3. The heat is under complete control. *.4. You have no big irhe T 'o atot Jnod to. 5. Will cook the most elaborate meal perfectly. .:Cheaper than gas, . ~uicke...
HARD ON ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
HARD ON ENGLAND. A travelling menagerie, while visit ing the Scotch Highlands, had the misfortune to lose their gorilla. 'l'hey didn't trouble to bury it, but when night caLme, and they " were on the move again, they threw it out on the road side in a lonely, part of - the country. Here it was discovered early next morning by a couple of shepherds, who had never seen the like belore. " Puir chap !" exclaimed ,one, "'whoever can it be ?" " I dinna ken," replied the other, " but it certainly ison a MacGregor, nor a Macintosh," " Nay, an' it isan a Campbell, either. Let's gang up to the Castle, an' inquire .if any o' the English veesitors are missin'."
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE THURSDAY, JUNE 27 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
THE WEIIIIEIBEE TIUI(SI)AO , JUNE~ 27 All crr.·sait~daiavo. jar Oilsr 0010811o 1 orulac~io Ga Weidno'rJl's. Licc.;3rrl roccrlisd .rij lIIi 5 i.i1JO....or iJaiiihbya. Inlo : Ire inIrr' cili'r. 13'a;oii~ 111r cil1niilllldI Il l dlricllI illi he e RC P~rIcrltets I8rici. 101I 111,11 tlii hr ly 0111it Fl l iirc ill--· the- acil-ll Il iiiiilii S ii 'illl )I (Piiilr 1Iji' 111118 Iillc.!0 Cc~o l ilr',ltci ib, ll (Ijijie rrri RIl the h. 1101oy.n Irrui CrLmn d rhov £0111 lilllli t 0iC 10.11; iii,1 'I h lifr' l, ar;·,,id Mi 01101'.1 ~:w liui wll tr hoot t h)rC inI wellr CIi hcifl I, inur'1 Coolnii rho r\\lcrrisi lpItioc~I'cpill 11111 O.0, ut, 1 111118 I'lini II~ ; ll~lt 11111 II 1l11111i1 f'll thir' ;Ill ·lili II-litill' I II~ lirell hIrIrrp Iruin pll1 liii)Ot Counlcil in dlcro a~re ve!ry r~lnirt. wuilrl Ic Ii~ p11,101 I· cl~ll(Iilli~ttr it )ie Cr111111 Ill i~ldiiUol' to iitii;it for~ hIrJI cc.t tlets eleir eofltiattliteOi to LOltitoi to mslier t[heir dlehliti, etc.. .lrles Stargs Chttt'ii'~ti...
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) VAN DE VEER, THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 4. CHAPTER VII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) " • VAN _DE VEER, THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 4. CHAPTER V11.--(Continued.) In the time of the century of our story, a general police was not only unknown, but even unthought of. Each noble of any eminence exercised I such justice as he dared or was able to extend. The forests, moors and mountains of nearly all of central Europe swarmed with plunderers and desperadoes of every kind. The nobles themselves were often auda cious robbers, even on the highway; and for generations the various Em perors of Germany had rarely foundt time or power to crush the evil and lawless societies which were continu ally springing up. The great tract of country known by the name of the Giant Forest, was a part of the domains belonging to the principality of Zurichbold, or generally so supposed, though the question had been for three genera tions mooted, whether the mighty forest, with its hills, valleys, moun ta?ns, fields and rivers, belonged to the heirs of Zurichbold, or to the...
PRESENTATION TO SERGEANT T. BOWDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
A. inist enjoyatite citlitug, whiil too l the foa l of iit Silitic iligni a;ltd p|1'culItitill, I)OU k plato at D :I ; ii.iix il's 1ti11e' llioi'Y, l oI n Wil edti iniluy I'liling, .Jllue 11ai ll . Tle "l &lt; llyilll li','lin ' 0 Sergent.1 , Bow\\e'ln , itt [i ''', t ijli Cinti ui Ith s i 11 W it ustic ,1 'l tira ltt er to he citii y, lull tite aciOlut ior t t it-, ttily ullovw liiu i at it-ai? te. toveii witinual, .ivinli •iue ?ct ulici xpres I o h tiite godt wi ll ani. hi.nll (4-SI-Oll 1o 1 \VLnlich hU was ?lhi by the pubic.. 'T'here rt;.i ,11i iltltle d cll elU Oof 1l.rll'y fil'l.y at tllt 11lo01 IllIti, which ws?s verl'y ll.) renidetl over lf Dr. It. A. A. Man"li, J.P. Illnpec?ltil Canlty, Set. ?teliit Galvin 1,1n I C( n tllel.l l 'J Uirihy ilrepresentted the Puollle, alld Mir. E. A. 1F. Crolt ant Mi'. 11. Nolan?Ii, tIc ]eglI Ipo1'u'tfessi, 31r Illwdlien's IlliceUtllii, tlsenioii-cotnI ilubtc OCaittiull, Wasil iiillvu oil.icy 111"oll!, Inlllm caoled olut of t?!f'lfifs t...
ATTRACTIVE WOMANHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
ATTRACTI VE WOMANHOOD. N'o wonAnn Ineed ho I:.Ay. I th( ro Ift "t sonl in 1her I'of!. If If:tr-hflt to ifolin b?orlmnls to sohowv throfg1nlh. Front h.'r arlifrfet t!rlhoon ther tirouellfht si:o tfllnkf. tho fcollncs to 'whicfh !o give! wlay. the tors' PnhP ift er.I thof ifrlfh she inrltulorr, ant ?oulfI)urlr:tg ltines in tor flnct ewfllzil.e cn.ralfi or nO ahing a 1(a0tly aItl 1r ,1ln--llne?f tlon wrlt lnl of which ?lli rf-?ainf whefn bloom f fl'eS f rf1 Opar}fle fall. Itis in thrf htfI(nt'ni'or mnf htlod an:l' in tlhe hoi:-inint: nf ohi n,;.r thatt a wan i! capt, i2'anted :"n+I1ly by a hr1f, f o 0100ff tnort hi w 1 !n?. TJ'h, Itiut', 1::,n to fI,r lr0S fflbicty to n . iflt tistr n [lfntlfanation. tlye ofg' io~0 for fftf , tfif"f Lf o Ing cnhto h, thf fc l1f Ill ye, !lo Invl? !ll); I:1, cannoit l ndre thef nnlolon, f I will ony. of an tt unlovely colltenallff.' in p?f:rpotal l nvhidlonn. Alt inon who to1,'!iw th+lir ow0n -f; vlrofe nrf In don lf '," o' f1 ts111 :f a I f- fe11 of lf0...
SEND OFF TO MR. D. A. SCHULZE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
Sl:NDl uFFI Tu A\lil. D. A. OHIJULZ iE. ,Last. Frid:tay evetning the Farmn M lla w':. croiWll ed wilh friet!ds ,,,it aduireur of ir. D1). A. ScIttlZo(, who is leavitlng theu I?atlt, having blu lnat ciasi u eed .to Fototctay. M1r. KI. It. Jclilitpu lpresided iall I)resnteUt itMr. S,1ii lt with a stilvr cttut andt olitrc i tni.,uic suitablly iacriiboll. .\pologies wuuere received froml Ur. ,J. Liet'itih tnd S. Tinklor, and Mr. A.itutro -wt, l..i.Ai. Ill making the predenttlton, Mr. Pu.ipl)pe ttl1 IIQ. Iull Mlt ir. Schtllzto was olli o0l, thll IoS , Wlorkers thallt hadl beell il thl t Farm. Everytlling olt (had acllte is seitirar'y fol?r had beutl n1 IIaIll tilir tal tn0?1u ict. tit wa? it Iteantc . ltlr t had llhe lIesllect lltlo 0 tturu of both tilrlntst atllnd child Atl. A. D. RoIwan said that it was ,I r. c".jl lll?i w. h wlas t1t11 sUcr-? - t 'I . of tiaI io11ti' lt tirial ti5 ows tha( ht:.i been Itll ctl it iucca t:eo l', ol the 1 iii, , t w:t ti ,,o od ttett m u I' .t.tlll g the...
GIRLS MEN AVOID. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
rL;r.E fMEN AVOD. 0('. y" sTh aert somne girs whom pr t n n ee glad to avoId. ev-on I .,,oh :,,, may not do so opelly. i!', w:.d 'ntoten that nln cannot Th-l.o who deprive a father norl rmo:h-,r or comfort.s in order thLt they rr.c:y be stylish and snmart beyond their Those who ganl about with min ns whom Ltey know but lIttle. Thoue who bledtnek themselve w-lt: jewellery tlIe first thing In the morn ogs. en sulch a dinplt? pltl:eoulrs iba?? LMIso and a vullll;r lInver iofow. Tho'se who ndopt. lmannish attltldron -rd posne no aihletle spec!tneus Co their Those who lottt of their numoronus c?nqlst?fs- nili declare orn; nly: tlhat li, itman doets not exist nhilolt they deoar good enoltgh tio oie'ry. Those who :it and staern ntlr.ngrn man out of conlntotell,. and then cote plain that he returnlts the rudeneass.'
[?] ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
A political friend of the late Idrt. e.aconsfleld once praised another poll tlcian as being a man of extremel: -oderate views. S"In other words," said Lord Benacnn Hold dilly, "ho is a man without cod ict.iocs." Quoting -this story, a shrewd obset vor of the world thus discoursed of the need for enthusiasm. "Enthusiasm is a lire that glows if ,votry successful mano. Without it, i man is like an engine without steam "Better boil over than not boil af all.. Rod-hot zeal may provoke enoers and.scornful emlls, but it always tells It arouses opposition, but it also at. Stracts followers. The enthusiast always .Ihas--frtihlds, and admirers, while: thd (epl~idiinis. s. neltko etisr '"opvononrtw. -nor. partisans.' Nobody i hle bW?ielin'"' worth attentlbn.\ "Even thoa6 who laugh at the irdor of.the enthusiast are secretly lmpres?' ad by It." -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
Scovell and Spurling, fas6 iahded a lovely stock 'of NEW SPRING GOODS. SPRIN'ci SUITINGS fioin 42s. BOATERS, latest shapAs, 3s 6d to 6s 6Ac -. Er StAPE BOXERS. et FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. ·r SWEATERS to buttoh close at nock. S i TENNIS SHIRTS lor Warm 'weathdr. TIES, SO'CKS, BRACES, and every.thing a iman wants to wear at 'T'iapE I rne ii-T HxxCE. 1,500 Ties at9d., Worth Is. and. ?s 6dc., to prove we are THE TIE HINaGS. THE RADECOU1RSE HOTEL (WEiRIUBEB.) 1IRST.-COLAS Accdliihdation for Trav ellFrsi ahd Visitt§ itt this Old . established Hotbl; vhibh is replete with every convenlenbef anti the hiiny facilities offeted therein for the comfort of the Gendral PUblioa ill be dilly hppreeiathd. th'h 'choicest 'and bWet brihds bi Winbs; Ales adhi Spirits are libpe at this 'stdblshilh eiik k]tshii4G AND S~iBdTr~I. l3UGGIEs ANDi FIditeES Od. iRtE. H. A. DIXON; Proprietfesl COM IMER OIA.L '. HOTEL 1 3S to ihilhirb the punbli genebMlly that she h'it takt tht ihlove well-known hos...
THE KING'S KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
THE KING'S KITCHEN; One of the ulost important persow~t in the Royal servants' hall is the Clerk' of the Kitchen. who enjoys the niot inconsiderable salary of £700 a year atd 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' Clerkic 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 called the "Chef." He also recelve" £700 a year, and has under him four Master Cooks at £350 per annum apiece'. The Master Cooks take' Master Cooks' apprentices, who pay for "the" honors" about 200 guineas a year pre mlium. Next follow a couple of Yeomen o0 the Kitchen, two Cooks' Assi...
NO OLD MAIDS IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
NO OLD MAIDS IN RUSSIA. The Idea is stIll allowed to prevatf In Russia that single lifo is a disgrace to women, for there are no old maids except, In the religious orders. If the- parents cannot arrange' s marriage for the daughter she makes a, Journey, and is thus lost to the gods slping 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 n strange land there are few who chir to inquire further. Indeed, It is at breach of etiquette to suggest doublts~ under such circumstances, and the" woman finally returns. as a br6lteon hearted widow. She has met the conditions of the' country, rind she is no longer a siigle - person In society. Thus the flction of "no unmdrried women" is preserved in the domain of the Tsar.
THE PRAISE OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
"'lmE PRAIt".°. Or WOMEN.FI ramcit i1. ,of i'Plnce once asitd that S(:corti wlthro.ut :c?olen woolt tl Ilike - yutr w ,l:! ot vI ':u , an. ! t1 prit:t !without to0es: 'n,; c.E'l:oorme. who owh:: a 's?:. osid t'i.l ' ntro 0a t'ols two pretty thlm' itn :hit world, 'wotueI an.. rine .;2 ::; "trlfl cl!a · ti:' di?tl ly rlso 'e!P :0n ti, ; 1n nl roo n:: ttityo ochto ' ('T bo o. r:.: 'mi;:o:a t n. car l: ".iat - wt'ilfonh l o-ilno v''tel; ! ., rmid ?nid ot: l."ty, lnd C-oahti l2or"e the taer whirl1: I :h.' o.1: ile of love. Wae' man hitnm:, arolodt hit.m i th towers ot ltif. )lie tt:-e fur st 15 rt00 r -;:e0 dotlrn tho ottu Is of ott i .iti thetl . J. S '-.'l saitd: "'Foor ind ,f we On ilha tov'r l'd of rot: 1ti0n o the d!?rmom !. It I to io', :?1- i.eiO tst , It bhat n I:, r.7and Tn-eit, a 'to t . l rvy. It htos it,.' w'l it1 ra,!ot"i"l In overt di:r-:otitn, t1 (,:l ' ct e bo?e, s o t sc e tn f- the '.o a lnrl:. wh r 'I :i::ml:. e-'int.: in "in. tcaunno Ih shto tttuttll ITI ., tht:;.l \V...
THE LOVE THAT LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
THE LOVE THAT LIVES., Mluch sensoless nonsense is writtet. and nlltch more tanlled about the way that married life becomoes wearisome anid full of burdens and the way that mnarrled, people "tire of one another." Stllf and nonsensoe! Sch senti- melnts are not drawn front human na It Is only those unfortunate, too. much-up-to-date folk who expect too. tcllleh pleasurle and ton little respou albillty in their home lIlf, who try to apiear vlwhat they are not,. never have iLoeel, nl:l never will be, tlhat find. fault with the conditions of mtnrriage.. It is not consistent with nature that,a NLan or wonaull Hhould weary ot o one twho is truly loved and respected. Iven our dotmostlc Iets become. more dear tlitl are morle cehrltcrtld fs timte goes on- notwittoatanding thltt tIoir roatn tbecome manulgy, the full, bric ht. eye nlmre Ilulrrod, and the abil. ity to oney Ioan s\vift. Andt if it nl human r.nattur to love otr- dumb friendtn Wihoe CIerti of appearantc is gone, slrely? thoLtt of otu...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
DF.NSSTA~:' a .101 [~t't1'0NS IlEVT(flT At Naattalavrrir ott quettiotv ?dtttar i~.ltoro. 11111 rratI'(rodI? cotoPbooL. nod otlrinol MIIiottold Ilto.tt, ilodorbook ; lId t. triatt, ii, Hutrriatt. Derrimuot, it Idnt td: i ot-tittatd anrd atotnoabttlt 1I. 11. Ptaict.~raalta~c:noalt J):·aer. Ohlittar, It :Ii' ttti Ci. I't '··ol. ttttttttttO. I~I, · Ptnaok,~r atlit Ill3; oJ~li htrttta~-tl tlll atttltttaihl btttd. Aloa 'l'ltttll~opitt. Onittita. to ~It IrifttjitOtIitr)l~.itnoil. to1 ·Li Ia lid oRg' Ilit JI nld l otttt i~l tt oo 0 10 tittotpctttv: G10 otoua..ttd taticleror, Vidon ttttd SttOdgotuoH jlrotttthb 110 ott rita wothalro, Miotto. Ytoiaordoy Ito .ttatotca tI1OIC. Oldl:- Fat tt otli&-bollocrlt-lO. Rltltltrllo Il·ot. tiotdortttootio otatt~, CtiLdortiatolr, i~t £11 iIi/ II fotl,ul~totttlotd llii2,1'i byg 1ita.,Jotoltttttttt: 2 frattt Iti~cort it 2..l.IitvtodttS~t, thtldlaa~ )I, F' ot a ilto,; Oh; ovr Cii 61n:1 2 Ctm II tulna; 2. hI. C. ]'yle, I3nAlnn; r, A. W W1t'dl!e'rf. 9feo...
TENNIS CLUB BALL AT LITTLE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
The abo?ve ball, which was al tended by ahbout 60 couples, was held in Ilh Me\lhanics' Ic all on Friday last, und proved a great sac cast. The hall was artiliceally do cnrated vith flag's and pqt prlm'ne iand reflected great credit on the committee and olhers vwho helped in this department. Mr. Caorrieon, of Melbourne, provided excellent music, and Mr. T. Wi[lson olliciited in the capacity of Master of Core monies uluch to the saetfacticon of all present. This ball was arranged by lie club in order to. raise funtlds to have thi1 :ourt nsphaltled and the filnacial reIsult was very siatisfactory and it is anticipated that thbe work will be ulunertalken at. an early date, Soecial credit must be given Mr. T. oo1k, ns secretary of Ihe albove, tor the admirablo way In whiich tlhe itllrang'omnts wre caurir l out, and I has le 11 rIatliilsaction of knowilng that everyrone present tlhoroughly -enjoyeul therlolvers and that the ball wa r-i n ? Oneu? us ine of the biest yut held in Little lriv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
IHrnv.Euu7t ha iamnuroun. A truStwortIqy rm:d) in ba houu. - u '.i -J. 7 . i '.':l : tdra+ lllacnn.,s, Cold\ nil al! Chvat Af fbct:..:.ý. cut of ( t:," .yiY lf: (Jticl'l :o,.! • ltor ih llro h l, : ? vur I;LII·s... ;,. n r Jrs .... M rchl.t11 .rl:r, nv,' ..1).:---" El.ll 'llln' I li Get i Iae nu bik k t ioie o?Lt 2: t ti' o lit all Stor'i ian Cltlhemllta. 1r 0 0. . " .t . r'l ,"'I ? . . , • Ali. . ' . Dr J,? • C THE LY' 1 VUw. HlOW TO DELAL' WITH IT. You l ttor tgomel i'tlomt'o:.l lijitol'S fly .i00rer, ,tom lilet to : c,: .y 1 t",:w ' For• -tit . -':t the S on t")t li 'ýn L roll tl "la oe 1 -i o Tlit h thln pown'er you dorn't- tov' to vill- Ic v 'to- u l o "r,', h'" I t"y l r r" tt olhlr rcuicilto reunit.- Ymnl stot .ntrinllte It ihrt- 'ro t lO tw "' _ro . t 1" t will 0o-n th, v''hdw n1l. nIrid it front of t ilinf .ct, dliflfrt it (tt ti! ir wit! the irlECTICAN? hblowt'r. rrAll to i:l ot'lit ol tori -i - .t ol i ?.T IS P t M ivt! Inhtitt li ýiA!1 \ N!.,t, EIc.: ".7 ' - ", .\'1 T11f...
PEARSON. ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 27 June 1912
PIIARIbON. ROWE\V, SBUKTH & CO.'S ZIEPORT,. At Newmtnhlet on Tunsry Mlessro. Poe.rson, Rown, Smith & Co. Rsod--ast Slhop--(19 cronsodefd owns., W. E. uhytor, le.rtmlraniu 51 erosbred ewes, D. A?[ntyVro, Tennyson Park; 489 crnss. b'01 and 'comolhrtc! wsthers, Angus S. lliid, Ki!mnrorat. to '28r 1I;. nv!n,?git; iOs 1d; 281 crossbred'and o n! rino wnth r?e, from lolindlrl to 23i 101 ; 191 csrose lled wothlrs tand ewrR , D). 1. . leol, Dalgsngls ; 182 mertino w-thors, ]). Seweoll, WmVeerrih, 1ris 6r,; 1'75 nrnrino sothroers, 1-Taclrett jtros., WvNt. ee to 12s gdr: 120 beri-nio eothcrs,' U Hstie. lstl lan; 111 merint n wothern fronr Fotsth ceol:; 101 croashrel weth-rs and ccess. G. Lnrnnre, Corr·ts'F"? . wothel to 0ts, w?ns to 20?; 95 m,-rino wo.thcrs from Somertont , 1.s 1Dl .ndl' 12- 7sl; t5, T. VWhicer. Ellerslie. cro·snrerd ,owes, 22s. erosshlred w-',hersi , to 22a ; I1 o .r,': shred rand mnrino eow?, Alfd. Thormpson, Wer ribco; 90 croeshreld wethero;, hio'rnt Nrpte-r...