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PROFESSIONS THAT WORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 July 1912
PIHOlEESBIOPS THAT WORIRY. Most of us have a notion that the particular husiness in which we hap pen to be engaged entails more than sufficient worry. But what business or calling does rank worst from the worrying point of view it would he difficult to say. Some sidelights are thrown on the question, however, by the reports of the Lunacy Commissioners. F'romu these it would appear that the pro fession of mining or civil engineering is the most trying ; for 52 out of every 10,000 men who follow it go mad. Then comes the warehouse man with 47 to every 10,000. Blaker are high in the scale, and soI too, are the general labourers. But tie agricultural Inhourer, especially_ the indoor farm-servant, comen very low and only aboiut one in ten thousand is driven to madness. Throughout the whole list, one fact is plain-the more competitive the trade, whether it he skilled or un sk.illed work, the higner the lunacy rate.
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 July 1912
HRNII-RA THERRII JfA. JonUni. W1`ALKIa.J Iii Qua fraud ; the Deuhapm Ge-, vernment, haq. hit; uponu t pl1il milimise.. .strikp , troubles. TpT) ew. Arbitration Bill3 will. provide that fourte?ai? days' "ntio e of a strikeiaust be giyen,; and, that a secret halot of thelnlionist??iffotad mspetbeo. taken . aThe. fll stt provigo ,will. prevent'` iqii, being rushed int, extronime action,, the second ainm at malking; it ' ilnpossiele for: irreeponible youthse to, vote the real workr.ra ou. of faptorieeh and ;workshops.; by,, a,' show., ,tg ,-hkSp If.4 Ibour notneor5e wre o' sincere In their~sppposed, desire for, ind4strial peacq, they wouldsupport, thls.Ijill, but; eiperieneo has, taughl(1 the States, that their attit~leo, will, li one of surotngioplpoesiia? Ta.x a.en who, exgighert.the.. strikgse, doon',t want to. loes.their.. billets, other. atse tisey would;hayo. tR,o wprj jusat the 'hriui us the uuioniatS, whose, cudut. toy. claim, to lhave. at heart.. I q, 4.v?ckly paper 'we read,th...
A CANDID WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 July 1912
A CANDID Wi'NEi'.. John' Ellis, who was termed "a via lent party man," was once omployed' , as an agent in an election which was not only strongly contested :on the spot, but on the- ground' of somde r-* regularity, 'brought by petitlotrbefdri the Iouse of Commons.: To" the bar ef. the House Mr. Ellis was brought,: o; rhe part:,f the petitioning candiddt?' :wheon.heundorwent a cross-examrindt tldnof which the following is .theon.: tstance: nd t "Wu"'?, ;understand,- Mr..:Ellis. :tat if-: ' *yery- canusaaierablueusm iwaeexpendbdted 'I,'nthis 6'iottaon;_nd'tbot'great' sirit of fT it:*vas directed to the 'purpose'fbor., rupting the voters: Do:.you-know of any such application of money, or of any bribes being actually accepted ob the part of the electors?"!, "Indeed; sir, I do. As agent, I kiidi that our party bribed all whom.we, could get to accept our'money!" At this acknowledgment, a pausd of astonishment seemed to 'pervade the House; a murmur succeeded,' which only subsided on a mem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 July 1912
Scovell aid Spuring, Hlave landed a lovely socd .'of NEW.. SPRING GOODS. ;SPRING SUITINGS from:42s. . , .. .. . -. BOAT ± ,RS;i . . p As 3s=6d0- s :: N EW SHAPE BOXERS. S FASHIO$'SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button oloso at nueck, a TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRACES, and everything a man wants to wear at THE RIGHT PRICE. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth is. and. is 61.,; to prove we are . THE TI"E ?KI ~GrS. THE RACECOURSE HOTEL (WERRIBEE.) - Fl?RST-CLASS Accomodation for Travellers and Visitors at this Old I established Hotel, which is replete with every convenience, and the many facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Publia 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. MI. A. DIXON, Proprietress. COMMERCIAL .'. BHOTEL. J o C O O K E ..... ! B EGS to inlarm the public generallly that she has taken the above well-known hostel...
APHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 July 1912
APHORISMS ABOUT MONEY. Mloney, "the rootof 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 his head, but not in his heart." "The use of money is all the adv~a'. tage there is in hhviig it." "Put not your trust in money; but, put your money on trust." "He that wants money, meansi iano 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."
SUCH WIVES MAY RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 4 July 1912
SUCH WIVES MAY" RULE. Women who aspire to coit0ol the. - husbands should remem ber, that the men who aie most thoroughly under wifely influence' are generally those who least susp ct it; To achieve this result requires a great deal of tact, patience, and self control, and the woman who possesss 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 tihe we?o man who aspires to' guide her husband? to do so unobtrusively, so thatto the. outside-vbrld' she ,ippears~to be orl-' lowing mineekly in the wake of her ford and master, while all the time she is actually "the power behind the throne."
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
PEARSON, rOWE,- SMITH & CO REPORT, At Nownmarkotb on Tuesday Mscfsrs. Pearson, Rowe, Smith & Co. sold-Fat Sheep-1-57 crossbred owes. front' B3irke Di.fr; 254 crossbred weolhrs," Mailnl N.liecr E·tate. Hamilton;too 28/0, aver aging £.1 719; 209 morino weolfors ro Deer Park; 186 crosabred wethersneed coes, \V. J. Andrew, Ballan ; 170 cross. bred wethors, O. L. Forrest, Warroa?is, to 31/8, avoraging £1 0/; 186 crossbred owes, C. V. rMacarthur, ludeliffo;. 120 tneitto wothors, Webb Bros., Gisbourno, 100 crossbred wothors, J. Hoslop, Tar itin: 07 crossbred and motion Methers, from Dunkold; 00 Leicester owes, John MI'Grugor, Dalthoro, at 15/4i 8t8 cross* bred wothoes, from Hanuiltoa ; 87 cross. bred wethers, Stoele Broa.; (lnantii!s, to 25/0, averaging .01 5/4;'69 tierltio .veth ors and owes, John Brooks, Glcnardera; 04 crossbred-'2.tooih wvethers and' ewes, J. A. CGargan, Borhonoyghurk, 1029 and 10/1; 59 Stuart Reid, Eddington, ero.s-. bred woteors at 22/9; 2.tooth owes a...
A LUCKY STROKE. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
A .... .LUCKY STROb.f. - l W. Jobhudoi, of R hlan (VTie Stoihi) lst'year' espent a-staling inh teh dy'dh =Eight Hour.,.Artd "nion: iflre out of eymnpithyllwith 'thea cu?ie than fromn any idea;bhe would be,one of :the fortunate prize win nere:.' Buthis luckl was 'lirnind ihe quickly.receoivd the pleýsawit i ews tIut a diamond tiara gia'~enteeid to bowodrth' 6650, wasbis if he liked to send for- it. -VWell,-the residents of laglan .don't wako.u practice of wearing diamond tiara at dinner, so Mr. Johnson, with. a good. eye for tlieuseful,'- decided to take 'the tiara's value in the pretty but handy 'dovereign-650 'of them. Another tiara of rioher valuoe (£75() ':is the first' prize.: Why : even' tlhe'second prize is'worth owning-a ;diamond .neoklacoand pendant-.valued £400, andl 898.other prizes Is being-offered to the public by the -Sydney -Eight Hour Art' Uniou; and prizes total lug in value £3,500, are goinig to fall to some lucky ticket owvners. The loal.' ageit, 'Mr. I. Barnes, wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
PLAN OF CENTRAL RIDING. ý I~.- /Tý O . -Ii lSO4 I ý au-` o I' 9 1 r Ji¢ 'Eo~ý % toew ~·· - · · IS NOSW ON. FASHION'S LATEST PROD?YOTION - ENDsLESS VAIBETY PRIOES QUOTED ARE A WONDER TO ALL. Seee o-our Windows. STHEY ARE A TB1UMPH6 F THE DRAP W8 AlIT, .:PLEASE SIO EARLY AS POSSIBLI TO AVOID THE AFTEI1NOON CILUHEIS. J ?HHOOPER & CO., FOOTSORAY, BR3UNSWICK and LONDON Weriibee RaecourseTrustees. Receipts and Expenditure from 30th August, 1910, to 21st March, 1912. Cisbh Iro old Trustees, b? . g portion of Rnot ?' .. L24 8. 1 Agrieulturid Socioty-2 yeas' Anuaul Show, 1910-11 ... ... 5 5 0 Gallagher, J. P,. Rout of House.. . ... ... :.. 15 0 0 Agist eat ofOattlo ... ... .. ... . ... 8 5 0 ?auruo, J., llofund portion repairs to Fence ... 0 10c Doasloy and Co., ot of Stubble ... .. .. 7 10 0 Salo of Barley, Straw, c; . 4580 0 L008 18 8 EXPENDITURE. Paying off Linbil:y of Old Trustees .. ...., -. L1 14 11 Postago, Hire of Mecanics'RBoom, &o. .. .. 0 10 8 Bank Charge and Exhan...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
DENSLEY & JOITNSTON'S REPO~RT At Newmarket on Tuosday sfosers DonIslcy L Johnslon sold -Fat shocp wethcrs-297 comeback, T. 0. Harrison, Uploads; 171 crossbred anud omoebark, Jos. Fol. F lount Nnpior Estato, Humil to, to 29/7 averagsing 2,/5, botng. the highest avorage of the imarleot for the ,.umber; 160 crossbrod, Thos. M'Pher so?n, \Vryangario: 106 crosshred o;and comeotack, HI. Hammlll, Cowwarr; 108 i.e ino from Truganinn, Ewos: 35, T. 0. Harrison, Ujplands; 29 mortino, G. V. Iloeper, at 11/2 ; 1 crorsored, IH. Hoointill, Cowwar,. Fat I?numbs. 189, frei, 'rugnninn, to 16/;60, S. Plch, to 10/ aeoraging 9/8; 58, Taos. 7l1'durray ; .16, G. V. Hopper, at 101.
BATH DONT'S. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
BATH DONT'B. Don't take a hot-water bath it. nor' 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 from the face with cold water. Don't take a hot or warm bath in a 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 daily bath of some kind. Don't take a cold bath when fatiguted. Don't believe that you can get 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 cold water-so cold or cool that it will be all aglow from thereaction..- Then re tire with no thought of the morrow, no doubts, no f...
CORIO ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
CO1IO ELbUT.lrON. TO 'PTHE DITODiR.' SIR,-I im peipa.'oed to holo the Beld in the Corio lilecturiote ' t eissert the full righls of - tri'r detmocraoy." My principles inre- (1.)' Opposliion to Cauccs donmi 'ilittion il aiiy bliipe or forni. ' ' (2.) Opposition to Preference to Unionists whether relating to trade or cloctoru! rights anld ll that doe pendll on electoral rigills. To deprivo the genil-ral body of elector l's &lt;,o som iictlion ini tlhe cloice of two centdidlatu , beltceeil wlihom the finll cointest is to iiklu piaco, .it roally to-shall I sty &lt; l trild thecm of the gr~.it vuiiie of tbu franclhiBe; and to -allow tliei; only the shiell inutcutd of the Iker nIl, Tihe pnicticial expression of siilth right cocld be b3y liceits of cii ie. -(a). A. systemn of represoa talive coinitittees. through the. elec tlo'ite, each nmemiber being thie s'nPrit" olf 101 electors, whomi lo oi ohm wimld intilerest. Thlos systen • ?;ilii emeiltlle'i the: Iasnes iin;olved in...
CHEAP FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
'CHIAP FOOD. A Inatourer in a large town was having a walk In the country one Bank holiday, and,- feeling rather hungry, he decided to call in at a pbllic-house, and ask for two-pennlly worth of bread and cheese. The landlord nrought him a loaf of bread and a piece of clheese weighing a bout four Pounds, and told him to help himself, as was thie custom at this particular inn. After serving some customers in another room, he returned, and was sirprised to aeO that the man had nearly finished the food placed before him. " Twoprnnyworth . of broad and clteeae like this takes some shlit ing,"-sald the labourer. The landlord now cuto the custo mern' r twopennyworths himself.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
S There is not an article of apparel that men wear but we tiitve it-and what's more have it at a price and of a quality to command itself to you. Look on our store as your store-come in and have a tru round and choose what you want'in your own time-whether Its" latest novelty in ties, a new fashion in shirts, a nobby hat on' merely a collar and collar stud. Yotur smallest purchase Is just asf welcome as yous targest.-and w ILdo our' beit for you io cthss case. ' .. ... d range: of new Seasorn' Patterns just to hand. - Call d Satisfaction Gtiaranteed. , irE.NF AL DIIRAIE . '-MEN'S & BOY'S CLOTHING, Boots & oShes TYZACK C ., 'cTIYIE CORNER" PERFECT CO0 ERY WITHOUT DIRUIDGERY. aO ;,E yO . ITS PO NT Y . The W uerrbee > aEer so till rt moee oied ptyr. *SOME OF ITS POINTS e bea is. under coimplete .control. ' 4. You have no big fire to attend to. 5. Will doookrhio iest eliborate mnesa perfectly. S •uicker than wod, Cleaeer & better than c eo A -.a, .I Beian * e ...
THE HOOTER HOOTED. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
TIHE HOOTER I-OOTED. It was in the rabbit-hole railway, otherwise the subterranean line, and the usual scramble was taking place at one of thb stations, as pasuengers entered or alighted. The dear old gentleman was buried deeply in his paper, and as he made his way unconsciously towards the exit he trod somewhat heavil] on the pet corn of a burly Scot. " Hoot, mon," groaned, Sandy, tenderly, eascesing the injured limb. " Are ye blind ?" The O. G. glared fiercely oyer the top of his paper. " Hoot yourself I" he snapped. " D'ye think I'nla motor-bus?"
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE. THURSDAY, JULY 11 [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
THe.? ,. We'ribte Shire Banner. WE?RiUPIE,. TIURHSDA.IY' JULY' It All corrospondonco for, this Journal I s bould .be1 hoU office beforo' 1o'clock on Wednoay' s. Advertisomonts receiled up IIII 6 p.m.on Wadnesday's.: ?; : A plan showing boundaries of the Central Riding appears else where. .-.. i, The drawing of the local art union next Thursday', If you have'not' purchased ` your. ticket do:soiat "once. In response toa. deputation which :waited upon.:.Cr.-" Troup, last week asking him tonomirate for the East Rididt'3r.Trouif through oiur advertisingc~ghuineis, complies with .the request. i The mechanics'. institute cbmo mittee has -decided-" to hold." a picture show on Thursday even. ing next in conrection ?:iti 'the drawing of thef local..,art, uniqn. Johnston and Gibson's pictures,; whichhave given-nsuch satisfac-. tion .in Werribee, will be shown. SThe daphne uiadirle'hlulb will" hold their usul sociaiil on Wed_ nesdayevenin, next.in. lie of. Thursday., The drawing: of: the local....
SECRET SOURCE OF STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
SEOfRET SOURICE Ol STRENGFhi-.- Recently a Glasgow minister was calling uipon a dear old lady, one ofe the " pillars " of the church, to which they both belonged. As he looked upon her sweet, placid coun tenance, bearing but few tokens ol her ninety-two years of earthly pil grimago, and thought of her long end useful life, he was moved to ask her : " My dear Mrs. S,- what has bhoen the chief source of your strength during all these years ? What has appealed to you as the real hasis' of your unusual vigour of mind and body, and has been to you an un failing comfort through joy and sor row 7 Tell me, that I may pass the secret on to:others, nnd, if pos slble, profit by it myself." The old lady thought a moment., then lifting her eyes, dim with ace, yet kindling with sweet mncmorie ol the past, answered, briefly : "Victuals."
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
COURSING. The Werribee coursing club received a record entry for its " Champion '" meeting to be run next- Wednesday-=17th. '"inst.. .This is for an unlimited number of dogs at £2 2s each, "with £i10 lOs added by. the. clubh. Owlin to its accessibility to Melbourne and Geelong, the local club has -always been favored with large entries. The. '_' Champion " meeting has proved no exception, 61 entries having: been_ received': *by the hon. secretary, Mr: V. Austin. The draw: will take place at Wall's hotel.this evening at 8.30.: -The club. is greatly indeblted to farmers for' the privilege of allowing the'meeting to be 'mrun off on the crops and the comimit tee request 'drivers of' "vehicleD and "rhorsemeti 'foll6bwiig 'thd meeting not to'abuse tfl?cprivilei by going on to any crop. Should. it be necessary the club will take decided.-measures 'to :prevent. anlyone ifringing. Spectators will be able. to see every course with ease, and as hares are ex ceptionally plentiful, - and .in. ro...
WERRIBEE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 11 July 1912
WERRIEEE .U2l .CLdB. ..The. above -.club: held a laidies' day on Wednesday, June. 26; when .alarge number of ladies and gentle men attended. The weather was perfect, and the birds of. an excep tionally fast grade, tmnyo of the club's most ,consistent abotl being put out at sn eaorly: stage. .' After tea Vus servea by Mr..and 'Mrse Canny jna a.llnrqllee, which was on a wost avjeh soalo,ehe trophles:.won. that a unt .during theo- eir wor.. J"ro: euted by thp Presldoht, Mr. Oanny,: the senior recipients responding dultably. A very hearty vote of bhankus was proposodf by Mir. W. Ieon, .for the .hospitality extended by the Proesident, and his..wife, and was carried enthusiastically. The following were the reenslts:- " '. NOMINATION IIANDIOAD.: ' .e1st prize, Gerald Coffy, 11 kills; 2nd prizo, Lou Clarke, 10 kills: 3ird prize, Lo 'Olarkeo 9 kills;" 4th' prize, E. Ilon, 8 kills; 5th prize, H. Delaney,'7 kills ;-6th prizeo Hay don, 6 kills. I.r. George Troop's trophy woni by W. Ieon. . ' Mr...