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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Several inventions of interest includ ed in applications lor lettors patent recently liled in tlio Jlelbourno Patent Ollieo by Messrs. G. G. Turri aud Co., patent attorneys, No. 1, of Tho Itialto, 411!) Collins strcot, Melbourne, will bo found undermentioned •— A quick boiling kettle, saucepan, or boiler. (Mr. A. K. Parncutt, Burn ley, Victoria). Improvements in irrigation and other pipe repair joints. The purposo is to do the work by avoiding an oxpen sivo waste of water and bill for labor. (Mr. Samuel Cross-, inspector, Hamil ton Town Hall, Victoria.) Posts for gates ami lences, with fit tings, Meets tlio wants of farmers and othors who have tu make wide gaps to lot big Harvesting or other machines into their fields when the ordinary wido gates aro too narrow. By this invention the g"l' can - bo > ic.dy made, and neatly and cheapij filled again at any time. (Mr. Pat rick Touin, of Toi'lliel), Victoria). .Hailway signal mccmtnsni, to make on too lucomutivo ...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

TURF TOPICS iliy "Flomington.") Taking his "book" form as a guide, it seems difficult to believe-iu Naxbery as a probablo winner on anything the colt has thrown in public ho must make immense improvement if he is to reach the Derby standard. The task belore him may, however, bo accomplished. Young horses have made the necessary headway before to-day. Poseidon, who like Naxbery—a son of Poseidon—was for instance, of little account as a two year old, but such rapid strides di<. lie inako that when it camo to the spring of his next season, he was easily the best of his age. Naxbery may go on in similar lashion. There was certainly distinct promise in the way in which lie shaped at Fiemington hist month when ho was only narrowly beat en in a seven furlong engagement. Hunting men have had an unsatis factory season. The dry spell has naturally been a good deal against them. Still, the different clubs have in the circumstances, managed to provide a fair amount of sport for their...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVI. AN OLD FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVI. AN OLD FBJEND. It -was a groat pity you w'e.r "ot. "j1 the Academy," said llaymond Duval, taking liis long pip° 9ut °^,!s. in,ou . and surveying his wifo with his sleep} ev« ^ he lounged XuU length on his TuTki^J divan; V" fould 1"}™ en; joyed Jt, and it would have been capital opportunity ol introducing yo" to my frionds." . , "Don't you think your friends would rather have been without me? with ■' scornful curl of her lip, as seated on a low chair, she played with Kudoii "b'Swrnon would, perhaps," smil ing as ho thought oi little Vic; but not tho men. I shall have to kec] the doors barricaded, alter tins busi ness of tue Iphigenia." "Was it recognised? breathlessly. "I was regularly mobbed to iuul out who it was; but 1 kept my own coun sel, and sent them nil off m a log. "I never would have sat for it, 11 J had thought of it." Ho raised his eyebrows. "My dear, I told you to. Her eyes flashed. "I don't suppose you would li:nt forced me to sit agains...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

There-Is but-^ ONE Schnapps ... WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS

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THE TEETH IN DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

THE TEETH IN DAIRY CATTLE. Disease anil irregularities of ih• teeth of dairy cows cause a monetary los_- in beef and milk thai would lie surprising if it wvre known. When the teeth are in perfect condition they grind tho food in such a manner that :l is eas.ly acted upon by the dige.-t iic ferments, and the essential ele ments necessary to repair the hodj waste and increase tho How of milk a. readily assimilated; whereas when the teeth are diseased or irregularities are j present we have .a decrease of both < milk supply and condition.- The teeth of dairy cons probably require nioie attention than do those of horses, because, by their methods of grazing, stones, nails, wires, and alt sorts of hard substances may bo brought into the mouth, and are liable to break the tooth and bruise the gums. Cows failing to reach the higher standards of milk production should not be discarded until a thorough ex amination is made of the teeth, lor without perfect mastication of the food ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

Coming Sales: L. A. Fairbairn and Co. will conduct Monthly Sales as follows:— BALLAN: Thursday, Oct. 1st. BACCHUS MARSH: Thursday, Sept. 10th. Ballan and Pentland Hills A. and P. Society. Stallion Inspection Parade "Will be held at the Showgrounds, Ballan, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th. At 10 o'clock a.m. P. J. MEHKEXS, Secretary. Tour notepaper neatly headed at the "Times" office. This adds indi viduality to the user—try it. The latest in stationery for the ladies—at the "Times" office. wniaoo 'jittcik noslstjfl *JT6I '/Uvnuvf loniaoo iinna nah ssittf wvimuoiiimoq atq-jim aou»jv jo qaovjg £uv 3« »pvtn iq ita s|wj*«.ipm!m jo •}fsod*q •iunuu« jod %£ ;* }ibjo)u| *coe2p o; -Ji iuoj/ su»od*a ^{vsmuouamoq *qi atiouinojip b».>ujo i?oj i* w»fou»9y OOO'c puv ■•pp «aoq« eqt uj mqaaug *3munohi3w 'azaaxe snhioo lit s»oy»o i^»u®o uwhp^oia j.n3w±8Vd30 mnv8 sdniavs •tilimudaii p«*oj(l<I« sbutrse apvrn saautupf *v3ivodap p9xp no pj*d wjami -p^u^jo cmnoaav auajjoq -pcojqv pur tiiopriui^ p...

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DUAL PURPOSE CATTLE AND BABY BEEF. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

DUAL PURPOSE CATTLE AND BABY BEEF. It is only necessary for anyone to take a casual review of the beef in dustry as it obtains in other coun tries to at once realise that there is a great future before those who can produce beef economically. In a dai.y country like ours it is hardly to be expected that our dairy farmers are going to give up dairying and turn to beef raising. Yet, for a large num ber of our farmers in suitable locali ties the breeding of dual-purpose cat tle should prove remunerative. By dual-purpose cattle we do not mean nondescript mongrels aimlessly bred, but cattle that have been bred for such use. Even in breeding dual purpose cattle tile type desired is not one of dairy proportions and capabili ties, but rather a beef cow, with the fountains of her system so energised >o as to enable her not only to nour ish her calf, but as well to allow a reasonable working dividend in milk and butter. Tlio question may arise: When is a cow a profitable milk producer? It ...

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Ballan Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

Ballan Mechanics' Institute. The monthly committee meeting was held on Tuesday week, when the following were present:—Messrs W. E. White (president, in the chair), Rev. F. E. Lewin, R. Shankland, J. U. Walsh, and J. W. Veuables, hon. secretary. It was decided to obtain a copy of the book Germany and Good Faith. Mr Walsh pointed oat that both the hall and rooms had been used re cently in connection with patriotic meetings, Bed Cross Society, etc. He thought the hall should be graut ed free of charge on all those occa sions, and at any future meetings held—Agreed to. The credit at the bank was re ported to be £1 15s Id. Outstanding accounts amount to £10 3s Od Accounts amounting to £1/8/10 were passed for payment. Messrs Coles & Pullum, Ballarat, report—Aug 12 —Baconers — Best, 93s Od to 96s Od; extra, to 98s 6d; others, 87s Od to 90s Od; lightweights 75s Od to 80s Od. Choppers—Best to 120s Od; others, 80s Od to 90s Od. Porkers—Best, 48s Od to 54s 6d; others, 40s Od to 45s Od....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

Skating! At Ballan Mechanics' Hall. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT, 7.30 to 10. riiIC.ES—Admission, tkl; Skates, X/, Eluorago (for those with own skates) Oil. Children uudcr ll), half-price. Half-proceeds in aid of Institute, Skate boy engaged. M. O'licliir, J. T. Cooper, Prop. J. L. FURNESS, SURGEON DENTIST, 322 Sturt St., BALLARAT. (Near Lester's Hotel). May be consulted at GURjNTEY'S COFFEE PALACE on 1st & 3rd Saturday in Each Month. Mr W, Leslie Elm, Of Bacchus Marsh, Will visit I! A LI, AX every 1st & 4th Thursday, And may be consulted oil all branches of DENTISTRY At Mus McKenzie's Tea Rooms, Hours—11 a.m. till 4 p.m. Dugdale & Creber, Barristers and Solicitors, Queensland T3uili»ixgs, d t-SS Williasi Sr., Jfsf./ioriiXB, oxe door xtioii Collins St. tT.1iL attend at their office, Ballan on "Wednesday of each week and oil Sale days; otherwise by appointment. Trust and other moneys to lend at current rates. J. P. McDonnell, 415-417 Collins Street, Melbourne. Has TRU...

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The Council Luncheon. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

The Council Luncheon. After_tho council luncheon on Mon day, when the usual loynl toast had been honored, the retiring president (Of Cameron) proposed the toast of the newly-eleetod president, Cr Win ter. Ho felt sure Or Winter would capably carry out the duties to the satisfaction of the whole shire. Cr Winter said ho appreciated the honor conferred on him, and/ with the assistance of .his colleagues, hoped to givo satisfaction. Cr Hamilton proposed the health of tho retiring president, who had had a busy timo during his year of office. He had overcome difficulties and conducted tho business to the satisfaction of all. Cr Cameron said it had been a pleasure to fill the position. Their troubles had - disappeared, and the finances -were improving. He thanked councillors for their assistance. Their secretary was a good officer, and had given him great assistance. Cr Clark proposed the toast of the newly-electad . councillors, and said they were pleased to see them all back again. Cr A...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

The Rainfall. Following is a record of the rainfall for Ballan, as registered at the local Post Office. No record is taken on Sundays. .Friday Saturday .. Monday Tuesday .. "Wednesday Thursday .. Total for 190-1 Total for 1905 Total for 1900 Total for 1907 ... Total for 1908 Total for 1909 Total for 1910 Total for 1911 Total for 1912 Total for 1913. January February . ... March ... April . May . ..... June ... July. -. August September ... October , November Dccpmber ,. — POINTS — POINTS — POINTS 1 POINTS 21 POINTS 13 POINTS ... 2033 2396 2584 1867 1617 263-1 2516 .3767 2310 Total for 1914. January February March April May June July August September \ 29 88 929 118 481. 311 208 229 174 160 210 136 3139 115 6 97 179 185 118 221 208 40 -1.109

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'Gin a Body. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

'Gin a Body. There was a pleasing rule in a cer tain family in Ipswich that every time one of the girls -was kissed she should pay a penny into the fund es tablished for that purpose by Miss Rachel Roljambe, the maiden aunt who presided over the household, in the absonce through death of the mother. The pennies accumulated rapidly, for the young Roljambe girls were very popular. Miss Rachel used to disburse considerable amounts out of this fund to various missionery enterprises; but there was no immedi ate return from them. So, two or three years ago, she dropped a line—■ also ono shilling—to the secretary, Eight Hour Art Union, Sydney, and that shilling blossomed out into a gent's gold chronograph watch, Al bert and pendant, value dB60. Now, she was iu a quandary. To which of tho boys who had kissed her neices, and thereby contributed, indirectly, to tho funds which had turned out such good ns«ets—to which of them should she hand over tho watch ? I Miss Rachel is still pondering ov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

Baflan Qun Club. THE Annual Mooting of members of the Ballan Gun Club will be liekl on FllED.VA*. September 11th, at 8.30 p.m., at the Bnllan hotel, E. E. FLACK, Hon. Sec.

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Presentation to Mr G. Allard. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

Presentation to Mr 0. Ailard. On Friday last a number of resi dents assoinblcd at McGoppin's Com mercial liotol, for the purpose of making a presentation to Mr Q-. Al- : lard, who for the past six years has been stationmaster at Ballan. Ci* A. McLeod Hamilton, J.P., oc cupied tho chair, and said they had mobolisod for an unusual purpose. It was not a council of war, nor to opon a patriotic fund, nor to organiso tho olcctiou, but to do honor to an old and esteoinod friend, Mr Allard, the Kaiser of tho Ballan railway station. (Laughter.) Ballan had been very fortunate in their stationmastersj all had been obliging, but Mr Allard had proved "tha best of a good lot, aud ho hoped liis successor would be as good. After 37 years' service, Mr Allard was retiring, and as he would fiud time hang heavily after his active life, ho (tho speaker) advised that ho adopt some hoppy—gardening, chick en-raising, or two-up.: (Laughter.) Wives of other retired men had told him that their husbands were p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE The Grandest Remedy for COUGHS and COLDS A dose or two i« generally sufficient KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE SOLD by all CHEMISTS and STORES W. BENNETT. ■- (Established 50 Years; Best Value in WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, I'.LKCTIiO PIAT&, ■LTER WARE, SPEOTACLES, &c. Pmtntatlan and WeMtng Gift* a Speciality. Engagement and Wedding Rlnga. Jawellery Re-mado or Taker. In Exchango. UPAXB8 OF ALL KINDS. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. L. A. FAIRBAIRN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, & CENERAL AGENTS, DALLAN,BACCHUS MARSH,AND MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE OFFICE.—2 ST. JAMES' BULLDIXGS, 125 WILLLAM-ST. ULB9 OONDUOrED : ^ BALLAN—Last Thursday in Month; BACCHUS .MARSH—Second TOuraday; NEWMARKET—Er&ry Weak. Clauing Sales reooive Prompt Attention; Pure Stock Balci a Speci ality ; Bents Collected; Trust Money t« Landj Valuations Mad* j Fire Insuranoe, dfco. t. A. FAIRBAIRN.—R. M. DUCDALE. R. 4. FAIRBAIRN. BETTER AGRICULTURAL seeds It costs you no more to buy OUR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

^Arr^-e'JsSESffi^jj '"7' Hfi b.ibies' friend— and mothers' friend ,.S0£p»St°a. B<:d remedy for tecthin p; children. Splendid ior relieving feverishness, frctfulness, constipation, and pre. ;xub*=> venting convolslonn, Contain no morphia, CBS Absolutely sn.'e for the yonntr«st infant. Good for older children too. All Cbcnls!-. Is. r«r Packet, r^-usssszsi!

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HOW CHEDDAR CHEESE IS MADE IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

HOW CHEDDAR CHEESE IS MADE IN ENGLAND. In the making of Cheddar cheese, perhaps the first essential is pure, sweet milk of good quality; and to he pure and sweet, not only must the dairy and its surroundings be scrupu lously clean, and 110 part of it used, is so often the case, as a larder or store for vegetables, paraffin, etc., but the cowhouses must be well clean-d and ventilated. Above all. the ud ders and teats of the cows, and the hands of the milkers, must be thor pghiy washed before milking, and tho greatest ''.ire taken to prevent any impurities getting into the milk. This cannot )>e insisted upon too strongly, as there is not tho slightest doubt lint" that huge quantities of milk are thus irretrievably ruined for the mak ing of line checso before coming into the dairy, and it is only by the most strict and constant supervision that this can be prevented. As soon as drawn, the milk is taken to a receiver, about eighteen inches .-(in a re. placed in the most convenient po...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

I | WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambroaiiic.") i A Lomlon correspondent says:—One I lieurs a great deal about the beauty ■ ! and marvellous grace of English girls, i of their heavenly complexions, aud tall, | * slender figures, but sinco Alexandra | Day I lij>vo come to tlso coiiclubion we i in Australia have quite as muoli to i lio.ist about Obviously there are many I lovely g.rls 'in England, and among the ! wealthy classes they certainly know I how to maiio the best of their toc»vs> ! but the average middle class gir] is j noL nearly such an attractive young ! person as her Australian sister, even ! though the latter often has to dress on ' an allowance of next-to-nothiug a year. ■ Ou Alexandra Day, as you know, U5.0UU white-frocked girls were sell.ng wild roses all over London in aid of charity. The Strand was given over to Miss Yustraiia, and you had only to svo the I fortv girls gathered up haphazard from : Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Bris ' b.nio to realise that their En...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

M'Pherson, Thorn, Kettle andCo., Stock, Station and Land Agents, ——;—Auctioneers Market Buildings (opposite Scott's hotel) 445 Collins St., Alelbourne. ('Phone, Cent. 3S<1). Sales of fat stock every week at Newmarket yards. Auction Sales conducted in any part of Victoria or N.S.W. Trust Honeys to Lend At Lowest Current Rates ou Freehold Securities. B. B. JIogg Representative. ,Toun A. Tiiom. Clive H'Phebsox. Koueut E. Yobxo. II. L. Kettle. WRITES THIS LETTER TO Married or Single Women TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR NERVOUS iLUEirrs TONIC More than any other thi|. document prove* the value of this great family medicine. 11 Sunnysld«! Wallaroo, S.A., 29/1/12. "Having seen in one of your books the names of those benefited by CLEMENTS TONIC, I add my testimony, seeing .none like it .anywhere. "It might benefit others, as It did me, when rearing my family. By its use I had the brightest, healthiest children. a boy 17, and three girls 15, 13 and 10 years. Neither knows what...

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Ballan Shire Council. ORDINARY MEETING. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 10 September 1914

1 ^llan'siife Council; I ordinary meeting. ■jIospW Ski'TESibkr 7tii, 1914. I i Am H Ciuuoi'on (voted l?,c i A. Sloivurfc, Q. b. Goa S. Olivrk, John Mvors f r II' Hviuis, II. A. fcW, J'JgUn, A. Mcleod Hamil Hr. &■»"• " mtion of Ors Hamilton and ^ 'L ,,resident's aliowanca was J at £10 . jfiinii'ton moved that Or Win elected president. -,MI1<lod by Or Guacard and car i yfinter, on taking tho chair, . I wouUl do hU best to carry t 'e Ho moved that thoir Vst thiinks bo couvoycd to tho L,"presidcnt, Or Cameron. Cr ^j[t seconded. ,v(!amoron said ho had done the J 1,0 could. They had been ' h .liflicult timoa, but now all lin sailing. Ho thanked couu f0r their support, also tl.Ci "cil's otliceM, who had given lutu ^aisist'inco. ColtKKSl'O.VIlf'-N'CI!. n Red Cross depot, suggesting Li,inscription list be opened m Lf tho society.—To bo informed action had already boon takon. to the Commonwealth Military je<, asking the conneil to assist in suitable men for sorri...

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