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

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Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

If •J-Tj]7r|TiTliiiillllllimii 7/j^|Zj^TTTTTTr'1 Mever Neglect a Cold "We are never without a bottle of % Care in (lie house now. It practically saved my daughter's life. She was 7 years old last July, and had been subject to Bronchitis since birth. I nearly lost her two years ago. She was Wasting Av.'ay, and nothing did her any good, and her Cough at night was painful. I was advised to try HEARNESS Bronchitis Cure I got a Bottle and she began to improve im mediately. You would besurpi'iried to see how her Chest has FJlIeil Out. She has not had attack of her okl cor since. Wc are so thankful to see her in perfect health." E. Taylor, Adelaide. v]!p»Mt§S 1 I,p!aint r district. W. Q. Ilearne s Co. Ltd. t, GEELONG Victoria m isgfe-x COUGHS 6- COLDS IF MtCiieCTfiP may lead to consumpVion. :;)i!iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniiiiininni['inii^f Wt W. BENNETT. B JEWELLER, RIDCE-ST., BALLARAT. (Established 50 i oaraj- ■ Best Value in WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, Ki.KOTKO PLAT*, SILVER WARE, SPECTACL...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

j ' 'VMli tables' friend— J I J<- sn.l melheiV friend j !■" • i f H';■!':■? '■'■*■ t''"-i tcir-edy for I Sf: . " children, j j' . ; ■. 'J :^r relieving (u-v.-irshncrs, fretfulness, * c.>i>.".ti;\ilion, and pre con vti (sions. Contain no morphia. IPP^C'f"^S-tC(.U.lcIv safe- for the jf ic W v youngest infant. Good for elder children too, A1J Chemists. Is. per Ptcktt,

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL ASPECT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

AGRICULTURAL ASPECT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION. Air. U. iV. Potrs, Princ: o.ii of the Hawkesbury Agi itn'tural College, de livered ail .ttldruis ou tin.- subject, dur ing which ho sa'd:—With the return of good seasons, we hear the olt-re peated ci v "Back to tho. sod." In response, we desU'j to aim at arousing a popular movement, in settling all in iclligeut, well trat-ied body of citizens oil these vast unfiled areas of land available n our state, to raise rural avocations irom a condition of com parative drudgery io that ot sturdy in dependence. It is a laudable ambi tion to stimulate and advance the true destiny of this great agricultural and pastoral country ui economic and sound principles by rescuing the land front it-, existing i-nd almost idle con dition through a forward and fixed policy of education. We enjoy a cli mate full of limitless advantages, isucli useful adjuncts ,o good farming as our soils, timbers, water, and natural gras ses are essential to the success of clos er s...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO ENSURE FERTILE EGGS [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

HOW TO ENSURE FERTILE EGGS I The breeding season is fast approach sl olil'^l i ^i10"101} ,ut breeding stock s'dor ihe "n'rilU 11 '1 Wlser t0 ton I bll,ljJ,;L'1 H0"'> than when tho ,V0 ou "ctUal'y laid. The duriS'lf"1 '"'1 "f'ec'o" of tJio birds .'<H I 10 succ«liug month • • JC"K »">• ensuring eggs con iC8. ,Str'"!° f'"U "BoroUsforms' tf.^ ' '! ,vai's VVo sreat dillicul um..S i " l,ouItry keeper everv i o v '"n .wulU'r"Tlu the first place to to obtain a plentiful supply „t ' fco"t"y, how to ensure I the 'e 'M'°«Jiiccd ke'ng fertile. When uil i„y, are intended for marketing it I ttav 0t C°"rSe' matte'' "J'ether , t • 'V" a SO"" or not, but when ' ,i i ? ' '"Jtching purposes it is absolutely essential for thetn to be tor tile. _ Every season, with unfailing euni- ' UUIOil a,"i0J;,"ce and p0 ,)' ■ loss :l.ro occasioned owing t0 I the eggs required for incubation, bo ng sterile, or else containing genus so weak that they die during" tL early, suites. it. is sometimes arg...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

tcamioo *H:iniPT K0SLX3CI '1161 'fUvnuvf -ttO.HMAoo unaaa T73H KJIITf ^pi9Muduiui03 aM1 XouaSy Jo ipu«Jtx jCuv aptin oq /in o|U/AUJpq)|/v\ jo sijoodofj •urnuuw JOd ;.e u| *OOCS? oj. -/I ujoj/ «;jeodc>Q TNl»9Jiuomiuoo JlU unoqatioJin iioijjo 1>°«I r*0|ouo3v OOO't pu* «8tip 9iQ(\* atp uj toqoaug uwunoaiaw 4J.331U.S SNimOO ll£ soo«iO |*u»uoo u«s|.«o*0!A JLN3W±UVd3a MNVS SONI/IV S 'r.MllJtuwH |)«ao.uMv ismr3u apvui n.jrmtJApy •■lj»od®p p®i"B ao pttd irajimj psiuulo>juno.->oc itiojju;') piuu^v pnv mup/noi p°l,n«1 •aomuioo 0m imp!* paiu««uvJ? uu},»)jjr»>dp .Cju.w ;i> t^uitmn o2'um;.i*m puv "tnvtirjj * Mioijyonoo joj pupjviuoj jo poiKiioit«ui fnjll *|'l,MUi a'u® °i ps"iH ;o t-j.-m'i i'oi^.n[oo pu«-p9W)o2oii RIIHl uilj9JO.il -iUOJtp u?atj<J uShjuj u«i umvjp |»»* 'oj ^.uiu hoi.muiuuj o[q*o •tsopuo'i pu* '0i|(abujaox 'uc^iliutqjjiojj 'suvtjbMu •jrajoij '«»;jjfi»»pv '\jjat{uv^ '-CoupXy 1*J C*IY 3Nanoa*i3iw 'xshuzs swmco 'OMsenma snsvitnOa *» s83Nisna Oi'Ji>:?ova...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Cut Off With a Shilling. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

Cut Of? With £i Shilling. Mr W. A. Cambridge, of Fiji, got I the shock of his life when his uncle ! cut him off with :i shilling. Thin ' wasn't the uncle in Fiji of whom wo I hoar so much ooca^ional'v: im: lie was i a hit, of a |i!uT: a' '•: : r'oo, ilia | way. lieiair 'ir-: ' i ■! ■ i ill the j spi l i MI 'I I :,;i I i VPS of Kiji (wh . ii ■ I ' ;:;:oil>ly 1>1 UII deivl :ia i ■ p: , 1 ■ Uirii:;* Iiis life ; timcj he lea nil his property to the i establishment of an evprlaatinir sni> j ply of hair oii for the fuzzy Fijinns. | Did W. A. Kit down and cry ? No ! j He collected the shilling- left him In* ' hi' lei ml uncle, and posted it away . to tlie secretary, Ki^hi 1 lour Art Union. Sydney. That shilling brought i him the first prize, worth .<?Sr>0, with ! will on the ground of religions mania. ; 'L'liis is partly the reason why the ; Fijians still wear mops on their i heads.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Federal Elections. Mr Hume Cook at Ballan. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

I„r Hume Cook at Italian. a .ls„ fair attendance nt H10 % „ics* hull on Thursday Jl1 ,V||(MI Ml' I TllUlO Cook, SVilwnil six who are stand \\(l^hviirocl mi ' l ipids oi) bVih;r;U polities. f^Utr.1 »ooii|m«l the chair, t lii'K'f remarks introduced i'c.i >cW ?lfk who was well received, whether tiio war'scare liittl i .In.if minds of politics or p*"' necessary that ii now par .i ,,,1,1 be electod. Tho old ' 111,ml boon dissolved, and trust the M.inisturs of that lo guide I In; destinies H at this critical juncture. T,,o fo.iv for the future, and II (link tlio.se Ministers would out tlioil' "duties in the right (Applause). (|1C forthcoming election they , elcct men to both houses, and Lid be scon thai, tho 111011 ro j were those who put their L first and party second. They it returned to parliament for urposo of adding ,o the powers j L- but to transact the people s In the parliament just, iKi the Liberals hail been uu |0t transact business, and they | jikeii tlio people to say who a...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ballan Police Court. THIS MORNING. Before Messrs. S. J. Goldsmith, P.M., and A. T. Blake, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

Ballan Police Court. THIS MORNING-. Before Messrs. S. J. Goldsmith, P.M., ami A. T. Blake, J.P. J. W. Hanlon v. Annio Young— Failing to hold a license undoi1 tlio Dairy Supervision Act. Fined 10/, with 5/ costs. Sliire of Ballan v. Edward Clohesy —Rates, £1/15/0. Order fcr amount with 5/ costs. Sumo v. Joseph Corbetfc — Wire netting arrears, £2/12/0. Adjourned to September 10th. Same v. Charles Eyres—Wire net ting arrears, £0/16/5. Adjourned to Septomlxn' 10th. Piers Kelly v. George Alien-—Car rying on public road a greater weight than that, allowed by Width of Tyres section of Local Government Act. Fined 7/(3, with 5/ costs. Same v. James Cowell—Same of Icnee. b'ined"l2/(i, with £1/1/ costs. . Same v. .Michael Glenane—Samo ollonee; two charges. Fined £2/(j/oil lir.sk charge, and £2/2/ on second, with £2/2/ costs. Samo v. James Cowell—Failing to have weight of vehicle legibly printed on olt-sule of same. Fined 1/. Same v. .Michael Olenano—Samo offence. Fined 1 / on each of two charg...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
First Thoughts are Best. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

First Thoughts are Best. ."I'vo n Ijob hero," Kiiid Sweet to n i>111 th.'il ho mot. in I ht; street-, ";twl l.'m i^nin^ to invent il..'' "Invest be hsinirc I'!" siiiil llie other.- ''What, yon (Id with ft. Inb "Well. I'll I(;11 you what. I. t.'itn So, jl]ul what F rdiall do. I'M semi il down t.) the Mwelary, Kijjflil Hour Art Union, Sydney. Ii' F. have !fide. I iwry draw one of ih'»ir •100 ori/.es. \V nil } [M ice iref! i11Li,' C'^O' for a b"»b ! Ami il' L thu'i 11 im .v ;i on/. : ;Ii" loss of the shinitt«_r won't ruin in.;!" U nton u na {ely iVu Swi'jl, Im' L^ol. drawn iriln ;iu muni :ii J !n: bar, v-m\ 'he shilling w::m in re] reslers. il.is j>al, hiiwiiv.'i', struck by what lie* * I been said, seni ;i shilling down snuth and won a- jHT/.e worth -€150. .Sweet, looks raiher ni»st,iIy at, him as they ]>;isr in llie street—just ;is it' it was f lu? other fellow's fault.. .He thinks ruefully of the chance lie missed when he didn't aet, on his tir*«t> t nought. Messrs (...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Addr[?]s by Senator Russell. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

AildrJs by Senator Russell. :i.y night last a political ad I tfive11 in the Balbtn Mo [ill by Senator JO. J, llus td Labor candidate. The | was good. Ml1 Jiis. K. SiiUmI. ill' lliu Italian lii'uncli A/.f occupied the chair, and iVlncoii Um: candidate, Mr a), M.L.A., also occupied a datform. 1, in liis opening remarks, li regret to the toi'i-ihlc liad commenced in Kur ■ibor party didn't, believe jve wore dragged into it, ved al! Io stick together rough. Ho hoped f.hafc to of shorl'duration. At resent I hire was no national parlia ment. Wly i Well, it was hard to say—n,,!).ii[- S'.'Oiiicd to know. At allowed that it was bo te; stood to its pledges Anti-Preference Bill, it was not so, and all nee as to why the order • conferred on them, iiis party eared what the reason l.vas. They were at all times propped to face the people, and abide IV,• the result. Ho was confident wlnV. the result would bo— iho moil and women ot Australia would rectify (he mistake they made on .May *{Lfit, liH.'J,...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

Sunday Services. Presbyterian Church — Dalian, 11 anil 7; Egerton, 3—ller. E. J. Welch. Church of England—Ballan, 11 ami Methodist Church—Sunday: Bullan— No serrice.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

.Skaftig! . . Ac Balluii jMofhauio.s' if nil. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT, •- '■ 7.30 to 10. P1IICES—Admission, (id; Skates, 1/.— Floorage (for those with own slcatos) 6d. Children under Id, halt-price. Half-proceeds in aid of 1 n>( i Lit to. Skate boy engaged. M. O'Hehir, J. T. Cooper, Prop. J. L. FURNESS, SURGEON DENTIST, 322 Sturt St., BALLARAT. (jS'ear Lester's Hotel). May be consuIfivl at Gt'liAKV'S COFFEE PA I,AUK en 1st & 3rd Saturday in Eacli Month, Mr I. Leslis Elvins, Of Bacchus Marsh, ill visit i3A LLA> every 1st & 4th Thursday, And may be consulted on all brain-lies of DENTISTRY At Mus McKe.\"/.u:'s Tea. Rooms. 1lours—11 a.m. iill 1 p.m. Dugdale & Creber, Barristers and Solicitors, ! QUERXSltJLND HuiLi'lNGS, Sl-sS "Wiu.iam ! St., IfrMiorHNK. o.vi: i>ook i \ttuM C01,1,1 Ns S'i. I attend at their oiiiVe. Hainan ' * * on cdnr-dav of cai-ii utvk' and < On Sale days- otherwise by appointment. Trust and other moneys to lend at current rates...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Bacchus Marsh Shire Council. ORDINARY MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 10TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

Bacchus Marsh Shire Council. ORDINARY MKETIXG. JIoxday, August IOtii, 191-i. Present:—Ci's J. Watson (presi dent, iu the chair), W. Grant Morton M. It. Grcouc, H. AUikle, M. P. Cain, J. T. Bitrnip, 13. Robertson, W. LL Mcb'urUinc, J. A. Brown, J. Cr. Wells. 0. L. T. Alkcmade, and P. Purcell. E n'ii i s" i: i: ::'s Itr. t\> i;t. The engineer, ilr A. Maclveiizie Tyers, C.K., reported as follows:— The asphalt footpaths arc becoming etc.. us to become annoying to pedes trians at night. [ have therefore taken steps to obtain a few loads of material before tho crushcr arops work, and liave ordered oO yards of spalls at the quarry for this purpose. —Cr Alkemade said something mus' be done to the worst parts. He moved that reasonable repairs bj carried out—Seconded by Cr .Morton and carried. I examined tho Hopetouu bridgt, and found that the eastern founda tions have subsided a little, and that the timber sheeting is completely rotten. Tho truss itself appears to l>t: sound, but Orego...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Ballan Times. PUBLISUBD EVERY THURSDAY. BALLAN, THURSDAY, AUG 13, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 13 August 1914

JUfre Balian Mimes. PUBLISUBD BVEHT THURSDAY. Ballax, Thubsdat, Aug. 13, 1911 Local and General News. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/fi. Skating afc the local rink on Satur day night. Horticulturalists and gardeners generally shonld note Mr Shankland's advertisement in this issue. A public meeting, convoned by the shire preiident (Cr Cameron) will be held on Wednesday night next, for the purpose of making a local effort on behalf of the patriotic funds. A lecture, under the auspices of the Italian and Pentland Hills A. and P. Society, will be held on Friday, Aug ust 28th, entitled "Food and Feeding of Poultry." Mr Rentoul will be the speaker. The annual meeting in connection with the Ballau Anglers' Club will be held on Tueiday next, August 18th, at 8 p.m. All interested are requested to attend. Anglers should note that the season opens on Sep tember 1st. Mnudie pouted much at Bertie, To his great surprise; P'raps she'd heard of he and Gertie Swapping gla...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 20 August 1914

••***100 USTIIII KOSlKaa wr •*»»««»/ lomioo nana nas SIRTf VlMAUOuitaoo am ujqiiM &>u»lv jo tpuwg £\xt 3* tpvm »q Xv« •jwmwpmiM JO 'uinuu* jod */.£ i«ojo*u| *0089 o* -/I uoi| m*od»Q ^ttt««jftu0uiui00 inoqjuojqi «»oujo i«oj t« «»|OU«Sv OOO'C pui Mpp tioqv «q) n| tigTllg iNunoaiaM Uaauxs enmoo ne itawo iwj»u»o «»mo»oia XN3WXaVd30 NNV8 SDKJIAVS *t«]3unos« p»AOjdd« 3im*Sv «piui vaouvApy *«t!*od«p paig no pj*d lujaquj p*u»do nuncoo* iQijjno -projqt jm* wopJiufli p»l!Ufl 'qii«a« •Dimiuioo sqi ujqij* p?jo*tu«it uopduotap Xiaas jo tsiuituy »Suvqox^ pm jupjueQ 'uo$p»u°o 10) popjvjuoj jo pa}ipo2iu mm *p|jo* jo ojtd iu« 01 pout-cj npjjo jo vj»n»q paiM(joo p«» pwpoJeH *m u4|9Joj iMJip i«ov{d itfiajo; no D*wp rjjtjp j,mi «oi spviu saouniimw »iq«0 ■sepooq pu« '•hiaiumoj, 'uo^Iujty^ooy 'iurqiuu VuvqoH 'appppy **ij»!iu*0 'iaup.fg otff 3Nunofl~i3Hi 'X3HUXS sniitoo "DNianna 3navj.in6a «■ ssaNisna ONiMNva ivuaNao <- A3 NO AS IOMJO OV3H Bn&ijsiiH J° MUB£K«fp$r qjj^a^uo...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Ballan Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 20 August 1914

Ballan Horticultural Society. ' Tlio monthly meeting of members of Horticultural Society was hold on Monday week, there being present:— Dr Ul»ul>ftiim (president),x Messrs'R. Shankland, J. Beuco, P. Spencer, and P. J. Mehrens, secretary. The prize schedule, in which very few alterations were made, was ad opted, and the president and Messrs Spencer and Mehrens were appointed to allot plants, seeds, ctc., in the prize list. Mr Shankland reported that the fertilizer won at the last show would bo forthcoming at an early date. Woods"Grcat Peppermint Cure, for Coughs and Colds, never fails, 1/6.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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LUCERNE AS AN IMPROVER OF WORN-OUT LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 20 August 1914

LUCERNE AS AN IMPROVER OF WORN-OUT LAND. From time to time we have pub lished much information regarding the value of lucerne as a fodder crop. But we are alraid that many farmers regard it as a crop which can only be grown on the richest land. This i» not the case, for lucerne has been grown in tho sand before now. Mr H. Jacob, a Mildura farmer, gives his experience with lucerne on a cropped-out field. He writes:— "Having preivously had good crops of maize by the application of farm yard manure, I have this season had one, if not the best, under another system of treatment. This crop grew on an average nine or ten feet >n Height, It was the healthiest and inrkest green possible, and not the lightest sign of yellow leaf underneath, /he following are the facts concern ing this crop:—In altering my land 1 had occasion to plough up an acre of land which had been under lucerne for fifteen years. Before that I grew barley on it, but tho ground refused to grow any more, and the last cr...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 20 August 1914

Pol- Children's Racking Cough ut Night, Woods' Great l'epporwiiit Cure. !/(>.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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STARVING IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 20 August 1914

STARVING IN LONDON. Intent on doing away with himself, a man named James Moore, of Bonner Street, threw himself from a bridge into Duckett's Canal at Bethnal Green. Ho was pulled omt with a small boy's fishing line, but at once leaped into tho water again. This time Samuel Chadwick leaped from tho bridge, fully col tiled, but did not succeed in briuging Moore out alivo. The widow stated at the inquest that her husband had been out of work since Christmas. They had four chil dren, and tho family had struggled to - live on about 12/ a week. "Often wo were in a state of star vation," sho added. "The last straw caino a fortnight ago, when, owing to one of tho children being taken ill, wo wero ordered to leave the single room in which we lived and for which we paid 3/6 per week rent. Tho children wero sent to the workhouse, and ray husband aud I went in shortly after wards. A few days previous Moore left tho workhouse to look for work, but be was so worried that he decided to end his lif...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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