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[?]Hon. Andrew Fisher [?] at Bacchus Marsh. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 6 August 1914

ItHoirAndrew Fisher at Bacchus Marsh. ,,» Hmo tlio Labor special <l tnf Bui In" on Saturday. J ? a numerous continent i nil anxious to hoar the i ,'lni- «f tho Lab01' !'lirt'n' tn tho Marsh, and well Lk tho Uallanitos had '"'KoUwhall. To tho "f"tho cabinon, they did not .1 dishonorable undcrstand ia( 11,.. visitors, tho usual ToMoA- Uetweo„ GOO -'""-lo wero present, tlio fair tlyroproMOMtod. Wl.cn &i*»rod 11,0 '''f fol',u \ voli » voicerous welcome, "r'niiu cheering anthusiusti Watso" (president of the tfnrsli shire) occupied tho V. ]j J lloga", M.L.A., and selected Labor candidate, X"had scats on the platform. f to lUr Fish01''8 a^c^rc'sS' 0ko brietly on ono or two jlr Fisher arose _ to coiu "iis address, the clicoring broke V I, and contiuaed for somo 'lie said ho was; pleased to t BMphus Marsh .in favor of " Doth the party and! jfwro sorry that he wis de l,t the last election. Ho looked I a fluke. Unfortunately, ' Wnot voto its full strength, | > asked them ...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Council Luncheon. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 6 August 1914

The Council Luncheon. At the conclusion oE f.lio council lunchoon on Monday, after the usual loyftl toast was honored, Cr Gascard proposod tho health oE the rotirin» councillors, Crs Cameron (South ing), Stewart (Central riding), Gou dio (WVst riding), and HamiUon (liast riding). Thesa councillors had done gooil work in tho interests of ratepayors. Thoro had been differ cnces over financial matters during the year, but ho was pleased to slutu theso had now boon sottled. Cr Cameron (pvesidont), in return ing thanks, said ho was pleased the financial adjustments had now been settled. It hud boon a knotty prob lem, but tho settlement had been sat isfactory. IE the ratepayors returned him unopposod, he would continue to do his best for tho shiro. Cr Stewart said his term had been streuuons. His object had been to have certain reforms effected, and even if he had failed, he had dono his best. Ho had hoard retiring council lors say thoro were more kicks than half penes in council work, bu...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 6 August 1914

SoHosiis li.viu Tonic.—This prepara tion is LTxsuui'asski) as a Haiu Fooij and Dandkuff preventative. A littlo sprinkl ed on the head night and morning and gently massaged into the scalp, renders Baldn-kss impossible. Sokosks IIaik Ionic \yill ahvolnloly grow hair, ami prevent it from falling out. It imparls a beautiful gloss3r sheen, and brings out all tho natural brightness of the hujr. Price, 3/1) per bottle. Obtainable at G. C "pluck's,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 6 August 1914

NURSE ENDRES Bundaberg, Nth. Queensland, writii ■ nntliHi lilto K MAGNIFICENT BRAIN AND NERVE STRENGTHENING MEDICINE. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Until two years ago I fol lowed my profession of LADIES' KUK5E, residing at Mt. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. 1 was treated by several doctors, but grew worse and becamc so low ant! suffered so inuch that 5 despaired of ever bemj; well again; in fact, ONE ECCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR, and, indeed I only !o:i;;cd for the hour when I sl:o:!J be at peace. A friend, pas'Milinj^iuade me Iry Clements Tonic, end it proved ray salva tion. Four Loillcs saw we up aud uLoui, and although well f.dvaucvd in years, 1 am strong nnJ active, and ab!a to lock after my business. That is en tirely due to Clements Tonic. I wo'ilJ be pleased if you use this letter. (Kin.ed) NURSE W. T. ENDRES." »fl« Vv'K"' 01 r.|.l, A I 'CHEMISTS AND STORES SELL SELL IT.

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 6 August 1914

The Rainfall. Following is a record of the rninfulS for Bc'ilhm, as registered at tlio local Post Olfice. So record is taken on Sundays. Friday Saturday ..., Monday Tuesday ... Wednesday Thursday ... Total for 1901 Total for 1905 Total for lOOli Total for 1907 Total for I90S Total for 1909 Total for 1910 Total for 1911 Total for 1912 — POINTS — POINTS 12 rot.vrs 8 POINTS 7 potS'TS — POINTS. 2G3:i 2396 25S-I. 1S67 1617 262-1 25U5 3767 2310 Total for 1914. US 6 97 179 1S5 US 218 918 For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6.. January February March April May JllllO July

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Road-Making Plant. Proposed Purchase by Ballan Council. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 6 August 1914

Road-Making Plant. I ' ♦ Proposed Purchase by Ballan Council. At tho council mooting on Monday, Or Gondio brought forward the ques tion ot tho advisability oE purchasing a stono crushor. At prosont they spent about £1200 a year in metal and maintenance, and they would make a saving oE 10 por cout. or about £2-10 a year. Ho thought it would bo a good proposition, as with' a crusher the roads could bo kopt in proper order, and not as at present. In Buninyong shire it cost 1/9 per yard to, crush metal. Breaking metal by haid was a thing of the pasti. Ho rn^ved that the engineer bo in^ structed to obtain full particulars 'as to co^, oE'a complete stone crushing, plant. ' and present same at next meeting. Cr Gascard seconded, as ho thought it wise to try and improve thoir posi tion. Cr Stewart, although not opposed to obtaining the particulars, still thought they would not have suffici ent work for a plant. Thoy had only expended £140 in crushing metal last year, and tho cost of spalls w...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BALLAN, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 6 August 1914

.QIIib Balian Mimes. PUBLISHED BVBlty TilUKHDAV. Ballan, Thobsday, July 30, 1914 Local and General News. For Bronchial' Coughs, take Woods' Grout Peppermint Cure, 1/0. Skating at the local rink on Satur day night. A meeting of committee of the Ballan Kiilo Club will be held in the Mechanic*' Institute on Monday | evening, August 10th, at 8 o clock. The annual horse parade, under the auspices ot the Ballan aud Pent and Hills A. and P. Society, will be held oq Thursday, August 2ah (sale day). The Government inspection oE stal lions will take place m the show grounds onWiduy, September nth, at 10 a.m. The Hon. Secretary of the Ballan ! Cricket Club desires to acknowledge I with thanks the following donation: I- iir V. V. Mugg, £ 1/!/• The sec" I retary asks that anyone in arrears with calls for drag hire, entertain i ment, etc., will hand in sumo, so that j a balance sheet may bo drawn up. S At Monday's meeting of the conn ! oil it was decided to invits applicants ! for the position of...

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Sporting News. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 6 August 1914

Sporting News. FOOTBALL.. Leigh Creek will visit Ballan on Saturday. Results of Saturday's matches:— Wallace—8g 6b—54 points. Ballan—2g 7b—19 points. Leigh Creak—3g 9b—27 points. ' Egerton—3g 4b—22 points. August 8th: Ballan r. Leigh Crook Wallacu v. Hgertou Position of Clous. Club » Pos. Points Won Lost Drawn Points ScoroU Wallace 8 X 0 30 32 Leigh Creek 7 2 0 :n; 28 Egertou 2 7 0 30 8 Billlun 1 8 0 30 4

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 6 August 1914

What Dyspeptics Should Know. Physician's Timely Advice. The fact that tew dyspeptics really understand the cause of thou- trouble is probably the reason why drugs are still nscd to such an alarming extent. The practice is wrong, however, and is strongly ceudemned by many phy sicians. [ The presence of excess of ncid in the stomach is the cause of practi cally all forms of digestive trouble, and this can b» neutralised and ren dered harmless by the occasional use of ordinary bisurated mugncsia—a | product which can bo obtained of any j chtmisfc. Physicians use bis urn ted magnesia themselves as well as icc | ouimand it to their patieuts, because they recognise that it not only over comes dangerous stomach acid and thus ensures easy digestion, but by its use no harmful drug is introduced into the system, and therefore there can bo be no unpleasant uftor-elfects. Half a tcaspoonful taken in a littlo water after meals is usually quito ! sufficient to keep the food contents of j the stom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

Stone Jan Only. Straw Color from Age BOLS Gl PURE AND VE*Y WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER J*35 YEARS. MAGNIER Pure French Grape 9 TBRANDYU a A LIGHTING SYSTEM THAT HAS ALT, THE] ADVANTAGES of Electricity at one-tenth the I cost of installation, and ONE-QUAKTER tliel cost of upkeep. The Gloria SyBtem ia tho moBt advanced typo of Petrol G113 Lighting, and (lis-1 petises with all machinery. All that is necessary ia a steel reservoir, hollow flexible tubing, and the separate lamps. There are no pp-rts to wear out, nna 110 delicate devices to adjust. It? is so simple, so strong, and so durable that wo GUARANTEE tlio system for an ^"oirer 760 plants in daily use in Vic toria alone.. , Acents wanted.—W_o still have ope » territory in country distnets, where we want active agonts. Write for complete information ana ""'GLORIA LIGHT CO CATHEDRAL HOTEL SWANSTON STREET, and adjoin ing Fllnders-st. and Princes' Bridge Stations, MELBOURNE. Trams. Trains and Motor 'Buses to all parts Every...

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FARMYARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

FARMYARD MANURE. It is almost lieresy in the oye3 of any farmer to indicate that farmyard ma nure, properly made, lias any imperfec tion of any kind, except tlie cost of getting it out long distances, and the difficulty of securing the necessary la bor; but such, however, is tho case, and the b^st of farmyard manure must plead guilty to being balanced badly in regard to its plant food; but ivhilo ic has such a beneficial effect on tho physical condition oi tho ground, and supplies a certain' amount of humus, which loosens tho soil, and makes it moro retentive of water, and by means of its decomposition adds heat and increases tho Ilea (-absorbing powers of the land, as a carrier of plant food it is uot specially valuablo. A ton of it contains only 91b to 151b of nitrogen, 41b to I'lb ol phosphate, and 91b to lo!b of potash. It does not contain a sufficiency of tho mineral constituents to balanco its organic ni trogenous con onts. Most of it is saved in the open in this State, tho pr...

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REMINDERS FOR AUGUST. (From Journal of Agriculture). LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

BEMiWDEBS rOH AUuUST. (From Journal of Agriculture). LIVE STOUK. Horses.—'lhobe stabled can be fed I liberally. Those doing last or Heavy work should ho tiippeu; it not wholly, then tracu high. XJio.su not rugged on coining iiuo the stable at night should bo wiped down, and in half ail-hour's time lugged or covered with Kigs until the coat is dry. Uid iior av:s and weaned ioal.s should bo given crushed oats. Grass-fed working iairte.-* should be git en iiay or straw, ir there is no old grass, to counteract Wio purging ellcct* of the young growth. Old and batily conditioned iiors-.s should he given some boiled barley. Cattle. — Cows, ii not- housed, should be rugged. iIug.5 fthculd be removed ::i the day time vvh«.-n the shade tem perature reaches l>u ucgiee*. Give a ration oi hay .-t.aw, wh'Je or dial led to counteract tne purging eii'ecu oi young grafts. Calves should bo kepi in a warm, dry shed. Those on uie bucket, should be given their warin milk. The bull may now run with th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

Yov cannot afford (o take aha now % on the leg, whether it be an old osl „ ,.. .. many months or yf»r», or whether It Is oaa Irf ••If rocent date, which retoaea to heal, you should give it prompt and careful attention. It is particularly in the treatment of severe sores of this klad that Rimi haa been used with such sur.-(>^«. This new r-ipid healing ointment will speedily five life to the tissues of the old sore so that it will lical up whole and sound, Rexonn Is dot Intended simply to dull the pals of a sore, or mrrelv to prevent it from spreading. The primary object of Rexoaa is to stimulate or vivify the cold and callous tissue? of the sore into life and action. Without this tha healing process cannot ro on, and the sore remains to all intents and purposes asleep. W-eka, months, — --j especially a leg sore, may continue la tha earn* condition, A MELBOURNE NAN'S EXPERIENCE " I ean testify that (or eight years I tuflered severely (torn a bad leg, daring which time I attended ho...

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CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

CULTIVATION. Farm.—Sccond (allow where necen for stiinitial' crops. It' required, or harrow crops. -Plant very early potatoes :a forward districts. Sou mangolds. Apply" .slow-acting fert.l isers, such as blood and bono iiiaiuiRb, toi maize. Orchard.—Complete planting an-' pruning of deciduous trees. Watcli for 1 each aphis, and spray with tub s v i solution, if present. Prepare for planting citrus trees. Spray lor wcolly aphis with l;me sulphur spray. Flower Garden.—Finish digging and pruning of roves, Jcc. Leave pruning of shrubs till after llowering. Keep weeds in check; weed out seed beds. Divide and plant out all herbaceous plants, such c.s phlox, delphiniums, rudbeckia, Ac. Plant out gladioli. Complete planting of shrubs. Mulch young plants. Vegetable Garden.—Top dies, as paragus plots. Plant herb divisions, and potatoes, tow cabbage, cauli flower, peas, carrots, beans, radish, and lettuce seeds. .Sow tomato teed.-, in a hot frame. Finish digging. Vineyard.—August is the best m...

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MANGELS AS FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

MANGELS AS FODDER. Mangels aro a good fodder for a;l kinds of stock. As spring fodder for sheep mangels are unrivalled, and tliov possess the advantage of being av.i'l able for tlio period between the finish ing lip of the swede crop and tho be ginning of rye, or vetches, while, ot course, they are useful as a sup.j-e montary food to sucli-like green crop-. To rani breedors they aro specia'iy valuablo, -and it would be difficult 1" grow or oven suggest a substitute To the milk-selling farmer a plentif I supply of mangels is inevitable. 'llM' begin using with chaff quite cnrlv in tho winter, and thus effect a saving ol hay, as good straw chaff is better fi.jd when mixed with pulped mangels than tho primesfc hay is when fed long, »i least for tho purpose of prodiic1 'a milk. Tho death of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wifo of tho President of tho United States, is reported in a cable message from Washington.

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A GOOD MEAT PICKLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

A GOOD MEAT PICKLE. There is a popular impression uru Itpetie is a very powerful preserva tive. and <hat salted meat " ill • -.< i keep withoout it. In fact, saltpetre is not a preservative at all. it is n strong, astrin^eu>, hardening the m si; tibres, expelling the natural 'u*Yo> and decreasing the nutritious qu.ihu of the meat. When taken into Ui • human body in quantity saltpetre W* as a powerful irritant of me miicu. membrane of the stomach, bowels md kidneys. Derail has boon caused bv lar^ro do>es el this substance. The use ot saltpetre on meat is uu sary and undesirable. A ninth bet. . ter and safer sub.-tance to use is cream if} lariar—potassium bitar;rate. IV make a ^ood, mild, and wholesome meat pickle. take the following - Kight pounds of common salt, *2l'1 lirown sugar, '2cy. cream of tartar, ; gallon-; water. These quantities \viI? bo sufiieieni tor about 2001b of me it To make up the pickle, first boil the | water for li> minutes, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

IF you hart tried numbers of rem edie i for your com plaint and failed to get any benefit. DON'T GIVE UP HOPE, there Is still my system to try; and It has proved Itself In 40 years' experience In treat ing every disease, *' Whmr* Ignorance it a Crime** jutt publithed. Yoa cann94 afford to be without it. Price $d. Medicine tent post free, wrapped wcuiely ii plain nr»ppef.

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GARDEN NOTES FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

GARDEN NOTES FLOWER GARDEN. Lawns composed of buffalo grass, are beginning to start into growth, and will want toy-dressing shortly. Care fliouiu be taken to procure sandy mai i'ei; soil: and be assured it is free from weeds. The best soil is obtained from land with a heavy growth of bracken fern. as it, seldom contains weeds. One load will do 36 square yards one inch iliick, so that it is easy to estimate the quantity required. Blood manure is the best fertiliser for Buffalo, used about 12 lb to the load of soil. On roses that are making young growth, green fly or rose aphis is mak ing its appearance, and it should be checked at once. The thumb and linger is the best remedy where you (inlv have a few bushes, but would be a tiresome process where many are ■s.ov.n. In that case a good spraying with kerosene emulsion or tobacco wash i- most effective. All herbaceous plants, such as phlox (per var.), Michaelmas Daisy, Iludbcckia, etc., should be moved to their flowering quarters now if...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XII. NOT TO BE FOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

—THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XII. NOT TU 13E 1'OUjN'D. "X don't understand you a bit; please explain, Captain Bores lord jperhaps it's a joke; itso,, I tail to see any point in it," and Miss Brab.uou looked stolidly in front ot her, whilst Lady Wilbraham gave a little tasp of surpriso and terror. "It is no joke, but maddest, earnest, and his face looked as if ho moan it. "Deverul has beou looking toi tlio last two hours, or even three, and he cannot find her." . "But that, is absurd, trying to put a bravo taco on n, and resist conviction as long as she could, "whero has slio gono, and who sh> with:- 1 don't suppose slie was left alone?" with a sudden suspicious glance into his careworn face. "Only l'or n minute; she dropped a flower, and Deverel went bncn to look for it. When hp ennic , ' lowering his vuico, "'she was noiwieit io be seen." , , "And that's all the care lie tooK of her!" Hying into a pass-.on, be cause slie was on the brink ol teai», "leaving an innocent girl alone...

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GROCERY ECONOMICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

GROCERY ECONOMICS. Nothing should bo kept in the pa per it ivas wrapped in, as the paper, being porous, deteriorates most foods. Anytnmg wrapped in a newspaper should bo refused, as printer's ink *s poisonous upon food. Paper can be got from lard or iuv ter immediately if the outside is dip ped in water for a moment. L'ho fatly mass within then will remove a I once, and not leave an ounce or so of its; bulk affixed to the wrapper. Oiled pai>er should be used to wrap round cheese and bacon, as this keeps boih in good condition. The lidded glass jars, similar to those used by confectioners for sweets, are excellent for keeping groceries in. 1'luy cost about a shilling each, and ior a sovereign a score can bo obtained. At a glance the housewife sees the contents of her jars. She keeps them in dainty couditon and quito airtight by this means. The glass bottles on the storeroom shelves, too, look much belter than the stoneware labelled "sago," "sugar," and the like, though tlie.se are...

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