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THE SANITARY CART. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 July 1912
Ie . THE SANITARY CART. 1e : TO THE EDITOR. SInR,--I am afraid that "'Johnnie Walker'" is ill or. that something, ha managed.to upset him, or'otherwi· s I have not the slightest idea what is the matter with hinm. a ecuses:e m -with:a .big "if" I'll allow-of bibeirg either amusing ,or quibbling, or ierhaps both, and appeals to the man in the street without tleo' slightest suspicion: of an argumeiet! to support-him. Now, sir, if:some :t litiit ; not radically-wvTon'g Wtli. Juhlinie,,somethiig. must be ?vith me, as I fell to see how a dirert statement can be in anyway-coh' atrued into a quibble. I .iistinctly said in my last letter '9 the night cart. is a thing of'the 'ast in nearly' tail hires in Victoria, and is never heard of in any which .bhave i~gi tuted that capital method .known as. the "double' pan system.": I made absolutely no exception .in the lat ter case, so how can lie want me to. state ten towns, passes mo. If he can refute my statement by quoting any ;town. or towns in ...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 July 1912
SDENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPOIRT s At Noewmarkot on Tuesday Messrs SDensloy & Johnston sold -- Fat shoep ,t Wethers-538 crossbred and come back .and merino,' P.- . 'Walters, ut 'Basilfan 237 croaebosee comiebiok and merino, G. O. Troop, at 17s, 1ls and.13s 7d respeBtively ; 182 cross a bred, comeback and.merinio, Alf. h Ball, at 23s, 248e 1d, and 19s 6d re 0 spectively;l66- crossbred and come back, P. R. Johnson; Hillside, Essen don; at 21s 7d and 18a 5d B30cross bred, J. D. Patterson "Josmond Dene," Officer, at 21sT 27 merino, T.. 'Smith, Rockbaik, lat ,l1s ; 11 marino R, Peacock, TaIneit; at 12s; 9 merino, G. Harrison, Derrimat, at 12.". `Ewes' ?88 . coieback and mnerino, T. Smith, Rockbank, for mer at 13e, latter at 10s ; 35. come bace, J. Cummings, Braelands, at 15s ;26 crossbred and merino, W. Marten - Tarnelt, to 28s ;18" cross bred and comeback; T. G.' Missen, Rockbank, to 16s; 12 comeback, I. Peacock, Tarneit, at'15s i10 morino, G. Harrison, Derrimat,.at 10s ld ...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. CORIOLIBERALS' RALLY. ADDRESES BY CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 July 1912
.1 FED AI ELECTIONS. S COB IBERALS' RALLY. ADDRE ES BY' OANDIDATES. Tho Li 1 candidates, Mesars.. Vol um,. Mforl and Kendoll, are standing for solecti to run for Corio in the interests. the party at -tho forthcom lgin Fade ,elections, and in ordor, to given the?iberal supporters an oppor a 'tunitybf dging which is the best 'man 'to 'ropresd?' them, it has been decided that- the re candidates shall address medtings throughout the constituency, "The first those took place in the Ma 0 osonio H , .Geolong, last week, the at tendance which included a largo per centago' ef ladies, being very satisfa 0 tory. Mlayor Williams occupied the chair, aod: introduced the three peakoers,whc taddran for postion. .., ; 3L; 1X Jf Votun1:_3ni aaP i aa the first roccasion t?'k?a. he laid':boeen called' up -on to'oxpressehis political opinions.The threo candidat es'hid ioeot'and'agredd to ,go around the electorate together. They were out in opposition to one ano ther, but whoever was selected, the other ...
THE UNCEASING DRAIN OF PHOSPHATES. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 July 1912
) ,j U1NORgA8Ip btoid OP.,' i ' PHosPHE?.TB , The pitraise, "No phospihate nofie, a rather a hackneyed one; but iti J '" presses the vital necessity of supplied if phoisphate of;'-ltie fitthe develox' tnenttof altlife', oth animai l 1iid vege-, table.:: Asa Professor : Wright.: hts rre d *rt?edo when o : aunceasing dralit b?; ll . p phtateg romani %nesiriptiohrstof eetary .after ceriauryr is ".-ititke lo/td r r otaslderation, it Is no matter for siure prifae that fields and pastures shouhld. have become denuded of this constitu: Seant. We are liable to think that out ploughed lands are more subject to loss from cropping than pasturif grounds, afid tiis erroneous idea.thad controlled practice even dow fnt lith 'present"time. It should, ho?evr;t bd l'fleinlered that pastures are per= "petually being robbed by grazinag an: mals. - In their case it has been con: stant depletion; for while maniures of •vr-ions kinds Are fr'eefy ripplied tC arable land, pastures Ari too oftert neglected, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 July 1912
Scovell aind Spurling THE OCORNeER have landed a lovely stock of NEW SPRING GOODS.. 'BOAT RS Istebt shapes, 3s6d to o6s d. . SfNEW SHAPE BOXERS. 8_ FASHION SHIRTS in 20 different styles. SWEATERS to button close at ndck. S= TENNIS SHIRTS for warm weather. TIES, SOCKS, BRiCES, and everything a man wantsto wear at THE RIGHT PRICE.. 1,500 Ties at 9d., worth Is. and is 6d1., to prove we are THE TIE KINGS. THE RACECOURSE HOTEL (WE 1RIBEE.) 1IRST-COLASS Accdmodation for Travellers and Visftors' at this Old I established Hotel, which is replete with every convenience,' and the many facilities offered therein for the comfort of the General Public will be duly appreciated.., The choicest and beat brands of Wines, Ales and spirits are kcept at this establishment, FISHING AND SiHdOTINM. BUGGiES AND HORSES ON HIRE. 1. A. DIXON, Proprietress. COMMERCIAL .'. HOTEL. WERRI --- - -EGS fo fItoynh Ithl pnblifo generally that she has taken the above .-) well-known hostelry, and that she will endeavor, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 18 July 1912
There Is not au article of &lt;ppise1 that men wear but we.lirve . J it--atrd what's more. have it at a price and of a quality to comse? . itself to you. Look r. pour store.as you:-'store-come In and have a siro - rounld and choose what you want in your own time--whether its, thd' ' latest novelty dii ties, a-niew fashion in shirts.` a niobby; hat-o.f _ ad:rely?a collar? andcoltr?ratud; .-Your smallest purchase IsjttisA . ih There las not an rilcl do o uf sppel that fae wear you it e.itE cise.lf to you m e?ely.a c.llar•and eoltaratu4 .-Your smallest purchase lsfjs-st.di:. TYZACK & C0. - `ý°ý of +'+':+?,HE co ml,, l C.,. : ...:, PERFECT COOKERY - il SO . AT:.. The Werribee Farmers' C. o=operative Society's Stores. BSOME OF .ITS '.POINTS . 1. Being portable can be placed where ever you i1te. ? ves ?oe ? chopping.an:,d carrying of coal. STheheat i under complete control. . ouaveno big fire tosattend to. 5;soWill"cook the inost elaborate meal perfecIy Cheaper than gas, ....
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) VAN DE VEER, THE DIAMOND MERCHANT. PART 8. CHAPTER XVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
(ALL RIGHTS IIESERVED.) .VAN DE VEER,) THE DIAMOND MERCHANT PART 8. CIIAPTER XVI.-(Continucd.) Meanwhile Hansfelt stared at the resolh:t. lad, unwilling to harm him, because- of his agreement with the innkeeper, and yet not knowing how he was to bind him without recciv ing another and perhaps more dan gerous thrust from the dagger. While be paused irresolute there was a clash of irons in one of the small dungecn - like rooms which opened into the narrow hall-a series of rapid clashings, as of some furi ous beast chained, and leaping madly to break his chain ; short, hoarse barks and terrible howls of rage. At the same time Storms, to keep up the agreed upon deception, began to sholit and batter upon the heavy shutter of the window, as If trying to force an entrance at. the rear. " Courage, lad I courage !" he roared, hammering and . yelling. .. Courage I I'll smash in in. a min iutel- Ras.cal -IHansfelt; - don't dare harm a boy I Be a man I Fight a man I-fight me I" ' ' " Do 'youhea...
TRANSACTIONS IN PROPERTIES. PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
TRANSACTLONE IN PROBERTIES?. PEARSO,. ROWE; SM1'H AND CO;. Report having. effected, direct and in conjunction with other agents the fol lowing recent soles: of propcrties:- Floraston estate containing 865 acres of rich, improved, fattening land on .the Torwin River,. Gippslnnd on account o'MLr. P.: S. OClement, the purchasers boing Missoe J.. S. and t. Clement, of Tullaree, Gippsland On account of the nlate oC.. St. Army ta:o'- the : proporty known as Tho -cody Hilt?, a Donnybrook 'cotain ng. 0(28 acres 3 roods and 21 perches,. the purchaser being Mr.. G. tl Col udugh, of Green Grove, lMicklehom. =On account of the estate of the aInt TJames Mngennis, of Dookie, lot 2 on plan of subdivision, containing 133 acres 0 roods 15 perches, at £11 per acre, to Mr. Tbomad Ryan, of Dookie; lot on thle plan of subdivsion, con taining 204 acres 0 roods 21 porches, at £G 15[ per acre, to Mr. James Cum mins, of Yabbl North.;. lots 6 and 7 on plan of srbdivision, containing 328 acres 2 roods. 13 per...
BRILLIANT IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
IU1ILLIANT IDEAB. "I've found a now use for thoue gramophone records you lNought last week, and which cost such a lot of money,': said his wife. " Hov. clover you are I" he ex claimed. " What is your latest ?" " In .,the first place," she hogan, "1 hold a skein of wool over my arms, tic one end of the wool on a reel, place the reel on the gramophone pin, and then start the machine. 'The wool is wound up in no time I" The fond husband gapoed In aditr ation. " Dut that is not all," she contin ned. " Tomorrow I shall place a little bathbrick on one end of the re cords, start the gramophone, and so clean the knives." He is still gaplhg.
WILY WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
WILY WIDOW. "Tills house to let--only young couples about to marry need appl)," is the enticing notice which attracts many young people to the doors of at pretty villa residence in a lidland city. But, strange to say, the oc culpancy of the house never chonges. " I think you ask too much rent for your villa, l?lrs. W-," the next door neighbour remarked to tile own Cr-a shabbily-dressed widow. "Yoeu couhl let it easily if you reduced the price a little." " But I don't want to let it," th. widow said calnlly. " I'm quite comfortable here, thank you." The neighbour's face expressed a mazrd inctedulity. " Don't wnnt to let it," she re peated. " " Then why do you insert that notice in the window 7" " Well, you see, I'm a Jonely wiidow with only myself to depend on, and I am obliged to eke out my tiny II come somehow," the widow answered Iconfhlentially. "So T write down the names and addresses of all the young couples who call, and sell thlonm at a falr price, to a firm of cheaphouse-fur...
THE Werribee Shire Banner. WERRIBEE, THURSDAY, JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
THB werribie Sbilr Banner WERRIlBER, THURSDAYX JCULY 25; In our last issue we stated- that. Messrs Volum, Kondall and. Morley' would address the electors; of thi5i part of the Corio electorate in thoe :Mechanicsa' Hall to-morrow night.. Wie were wrong, tho date. of the moeting not being fixed yet.. Mr.. P: R.. Bayly. will open the. ball as roRnids the forthcoming: shire council elections by address ing a public meeting of ratepayerms in: the Mechanics' Hall on. Wed nesday evening next.. As Mr.. 'Bayley was the ruling spirit in ther faomatiin.ef- a new rid lg?M?r.s_ no doubt that he: will.rooeiv NW measure of support providing hies prograiram is of a progrossivelkiiid. Mr. Bayley has, in calling a: meet ing of ratopayers, set a good, example to. the other candidates, who should expound their views on, Smunicipal matters from the plat 'Por'O ieronio-Chest Complainte, Wooads Great ' reppermint' Cure,' is 'Is --ill SProsbytorian Church. services next Sunday :---Worriboe at 11 (Enduring ...
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
PEARSON, ROWE, SMITH & C C'8 RtEPORT, At Ncwmarket. on Tuesday Mossrs. Pearson, Rowv, Smith & Co. sold-Fat Sheep :4&6 crossbred and merino ewes from Mt. Willim;-23ameridno wothere from Sydenham, to 15s 10d ; 212; T. Whicher, Ellerslies crossbred wethers 24s and 20s 9d, comeback wethers 18s ld to 18s Gd, ,mrerino wethors: I4s 8d, crossbred ewes 20s 31 ; 197 cros?bred wether, em.1 owes from Mt. Wallace; 124 n.n rino wethers, J. H. Chrystal, Driluiore, to 1s 7d ; 112 crossbred w.bhers from Frankston ; 96 merino wethers, Arch. M'-Pherson, Little fliver, 18s 9d and i8t4d; 94 merino wethere, T. Gargan, Borhoneyg hurk, at 15a 4d ; 93, wethers, Jos. Fell,Red Rock-crossbreds to 28 9d, averaging 27s 9d, merinos 24e 6d; 92 crossbred wothere, Mrs. C. M'Leod, Talisker, at 24e 5d.; 91 comeback and merino wethers, G. Rintoull, Rosedale ; 77' crosebred wethers and owen, Jas. Crow, Crow lands ; 65 crossbred ewes, Bullen. garook ;_. 63.n morino ewes, Jae.) Chisholm, The Meihdo...
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
DENSLEY & JOHNSTON'S BREPORT -At Newmarket on Tuesday Messrs Doneley & Johns:on sold -Fat sheep Waihors.-229 crossbred and come linck, P S. Kane ; 54 crossbred and comeback, R. Douglass, Cowwarr, to 18s, nvg 1Ts 3d ; 92 crossbred and comeback, J. Fell, Carranballac, former at 26s Td and 26s 6d, latter at 29s 4d; 44 merino. from Rock bnlk r 25 crossbred 2 tooths, D. F. Sowell, 12s id; .15 crossbred, B. Brett, "Olovell,'" Bena;. : cross bred, J. Harkins, Cowwarr, at 27s 6d. Ewes-74. merino, W. Holland; 6 comeback, R. Douglass, Cowwarr, at 16s 10"; 4 merino, G. V. Hopper; I crossbred, J. Harkins, Cowwarr, at 21s; I comeback, G. O'Brien, Oowwarr, at 19a. Fat Lambse-316 W. Holland, Werribee, at 9s 4d and 9s Id; 86 from Rockbank ; 67, Horsley Bros., Jumbunna, at 12s4d; 72 K. M'1ienzre, to 14s; 49; B. Brett," Clovelly," Benn, at 10 2Ird; :385, . Cayley, at 14 ;4, G. V. Hop per.; 1,J. Harkinse,.Owwarr,at 213.
WERRIBEE COURSING CLUB. CHAMPIONSHIP MEETING, JULY 17, 18 & 19. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
CInAMri ONSHIP, MEETING, JULY 17, 18 & 10. Thelocal club's enterprise in run nig: a OChllampion Stake" .met -with splendid support, 62 niomina tions being received. Ideal weather conditioi!e prevailed throughout the mooting, the goig was good arind the hares wore particuiarly streng. The club is greatly indebted to the local .farmers, wIho gonerously allowod the use of their crops for the meuilig. Large nnuitlcib of spectaltors followed the. :pneotiog fnlly4100 being present on the first day, including visitors from all parts of the State.' 1A plfeingfeitalsro was the increasod attendance of district sports. Tihe -Worribso • club hoe ploveid itself "one of the most est .greossive i the State, and. tho coin Seo season with a criolit balance oif £100. As open coursing will be a thing of the past here nixt'seo non owing to the Closer Settlement Board declining to renew existing leases, thoereo is every prol:ability of the club establishing a plumiliitOi on the racecourse.. Exig...
WERRIBEE GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
WERRLBEE GUM CLUB. The members of the above crub held their usual shoot yesterday. In the absence of the secretary, Mr H. P. Williams, Mr Peter Ryan acted as secretary pro. tens ... - The following., rethe'wvinners of the various sweeps z-A. Ison; a--A. Ison - 3--Cof fey and " Hayden" divided ;; 4? "Cromor" ; 5-A. Lson ; 6-H. De laney;, -7--Coffey and "Hayden" (divided) 8-A. Ison and H. De. aney (divided);. 9-H. Delaney and H-aydiera' o--'LCromar" xz D. Canny ; --as-"Hayden" 3 (starlings)." Hayden."
A QUESTION OF TITLES.—WERRIBEE PARK CLOSER SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
A QUESTION OF. TITLES.-WEt RIDER PAIRK CLOSER SETTLE MENT. In the Legislative Assembly last Thursday the following remarks were made by tMr. A. It. Robertson, which doubtlcss'will be read with interest by those intercstcted:-' Mr.- ltobertson: I'ldesire to take thir early opportunity. of .placing before the iHouse matters which are considered by my constituents to lie of pressing im portance. It w-ill be reimmoibered that last session--the first session of tlhit Pl.rliament-I smade reference to three subjects that. sero of particular concern to mny district.. These were,,firstof alln the titles of settlers under the Closer Sottlement Acts'; the second was also aismaltter relatings to closer settlemoent, in connectioou with the Werrillco Park Es tate; nul 'the third a lmatter relating to irrigation and wister supply. It, would lbe "iulpossileo to refer to tihe Closer Sot' tlcnmnt Acrts its applidi"to 'nl-'Victorla,. hid' I just 'desireo ins my place in the H ioiss9 t6o.lring cunslr.-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
GRAT WUITEE. 8OlW IS NOW ON. FASHION'SI?ATEST PRODUCTION ENDLESS VARIETY PRICES QUOTED ARE A WONDER TO ALL. See our Windodws. See our Winldow-s. THEY-ARE A TIRIUMPH OF THE DRAPER'S ART. -' PLEASE SHOP EARLY AS POSSIBLE TO AVOD THE AFTERNOON CRUSHES, . H. HOOPER & CO., . OO. rTSORAY. BB?UNBWICK and LONDO .- : EIGHT-HOUR ART UNION AND SPORTS. PRIZES value ,3 5 0O (Under emootten e e Attorne7-Geenat). Draws Nov. T, 1912 Ist Prize, vale L750; 2nd Prize,value .400 3rd Prize, value d2 5 O0 "u- oala.eg CHANCE FOR 191L TRY IT. First Prue in 1911 Tna by 3,. W. JObhaon. Ranlarrn. Vittala for the modest outlay of Tuaiense. wa~n. e One Shilling. JOHN . CYLE.. TICKETS FROM LOCAL AGENT. H. BARNES, "Bannoer" Offic?, Wesriboo. WERRIBEETIMBER YARD. Next Co-operative Store for Bu idina, Timber &Tronmoenger. FARIM BUILDINGS A SPECIALITY. Jinker on hand for removing builings,. & for hiro, with Jacks, etc.. . WATER KWATERrWATER? NO WATER, NO PAY. Fbr the Location of s ndorgcound ...
EAST RIDING ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Werribee Shire Banner — 25 July 1912
EAST RIDING ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR. SmI,-Mr. B. J. Maher, who an nounces his intention to bea caindi date for the East Riding, two years ago migrated from a successful business career in the city to Laver ton, which -he has madee perma nently his residence, and is now.en gaged in pastoral pursuits. Mr. Maher, if returned, should be a de cided acquisition to the council. Broad-minded and a good financier are Mr. Maher's characteristic fea tures. Before coming to Laverton Mr Maher, who is welt and favor ably known in the city, was- for many years.connected with public organisations.. - * Trnsting that you will find:room for:the above in" The Banner," ` PROGRESS