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Sporting News. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

Sporting News. <> FOOTBALL. A match was played here on Sat urday last between the Ballan and Bunding teams. Neither side was folly represented. The locals labored nnder the delusion that they were to have an afternoon's amusement at the expense of the visitors, but were sadly deceived. The Bunding lads wera of much finer physique, and this, coupled with "dash and vigor, nullified completely the little extra skill possessed by a few of the Bal anites. The second and third quar ters were mnch in favor of Bunding, and a winning lead was established. In the last term the wearers of the blue and white guernseys, with the wind behind them, kept the ball close around thair opponents' goal, but when the bell rang they were still 17 points in arrears. Scores:— Bunding—6g 4b—40 points. Ballan—2g lib—23 points. For the winners, Dalziel, Her rod, Conroy (2), S. McKenna and P. Hog an played well; and for the losers, j Budd and Lay Bros, worked over time. Mr H. Hyatt umpired impar t...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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AN AMUSING ADVENTURE WITH ARTEMUS WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

AN AMUSING ADVENTURE -WITH ARTEl^US WARD. W!icn Art emus Ward wns in Eng land his health was none of tho beot, but he always contrived when bo .appeared at the Savage Club among his friends, to be in excel lent spirits. He seemed to brace himself up with stimulants. One evening ( writes Mr. Howard Paul ) after a jolly dinner he, John Toole the comedian, and myself emerged from the clubhouse, then situated near Covent Garden Mar ket, and a droll-looking old cabby stopped his vehicle in front of ub, touched his forehead with his fore finger, as if in quest of a job. He wore the old-fnshioned heavy triple capes that are seen in the picture# of John Leech in the back number# of "Punch " but which had then pearly disappeared from London streets. The costume of the jarvey at" once arrested the attention of Artemus who hailed him, and after minutely examining bis apparel, enid : Mr. Cabby, pardon me looking at your sartoral rig-out, trot I've never seen a coat iikc that. I've beard of doub...

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Ballan and Pentland Hills A. & P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

Ballan and Pentland Hills A. & P. Society. The monthly moating of members of committee was'held on Saturday, tlio following being present:—Messrs J. Hauson (president, in' the chair), John Myers, VV. A. Smith, T. Fugg, | J. Lorkin, J. Benee, - P. Sponcer, and F. J. Mehreus, secretary. I From Hon. W. Hutchinson, Minis ter for Agriculture, inriting tlie president and members to be present at the opening of the Government Cool Stores on September 23rd— Received. From Department of Agriculture, stating that Mr T. A. J. Smith would lecture at Bullan on Wednesday, November 5th, on "The Principles of Manuring"—Adopted. From Same, notifying that a con ference of potato growers would be held at the Royal Society's grounds at 11 a.m. ou September 25th—Any member desirous of attending (should send word to the secretary. From A. Stewart, Fairholm, Bal lan, declining to take a position on the committee. From R. E. Rndd, Ballan, agreeing to become a member of committee— Appointment made—M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

„ Skating! At Ballau Mechanics' JEi'all, EVERY SATURDAY NJGHT, 7.30 to 10. PRICES—Admission, Od; Skaten, l/.— Floorago (for lliosc with own skates) Cd. Children under 10, hall-price, Half-proceed* in aid of Iustitu(o. Skiilc boy engaged. M. O'lleliir, J. T, Cooper, Prop. J. L. FURNESS, SURGEON DENTIST, 322 Sturt St., BALLARAT. (Near Lester's Hotel). May be consulted at GURNEY'S COFFEE PALACE ou 1st & 3rd Saturday in Each Month. Mr W. Leslie EMns, Of Bacchus Marsh, Will visit BALLAjNt every 1st & 4th Thursday, And may be consulted on all branches of DENTISTRY At Mrs McKexzue's Tea. Rooms. Hours-—11 a.m. till 4 p.m. Dugdale & Creber, Barristers anil Solicitors, Queensland BuiUMXiis, rt-t-sS IVir.u.ui St., Melhoi:kn k, one book vbom Collins St. 'ILL attend ut their ollice, Bit linn * » on "Wednesday of each week and on Saledays; otherwise by appointment. Trust and other moneys to lend at current rales. J. P. McDonnell, 415-417 Collins Street, Melbourne. Has TRUS...

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Bacchus Marsh Shire Council. ORDINARY MEETING. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

■ p*M» Marsh Shire Council. I ORPlKAftY MEETING. ■ jfoflftv, Si:r-TKMHEK Mm, 1914. t Ci's J. Watson (votoc present:'-- Grant Morton, M jihccUmW' ^Idik]a M. F. Cain t OveBoe. Robm.tson, W. H A Brown, J. &. Walls !" if Alkeinncle. t/on of Ors Morton and °" '".I president's allowanoo waf in'c,ie| oon" jjetl #1 't"5t MVWwn moved that .Or Cain b6 Cl .resident for tho ensuing ^ 0r "Ylt sure Or Cain would well fall io . . turn. Pr Cain now took the chair and ^councillors for tho honor. -tK the assistance of Ins col s'' ffl would endeavor to carry out <,;03 Ho moved a hearty voto Monks' to the retiring president, Ls011, who had carried out tho ; J^ll-Seconded by Or Greene ' J carried. _ fi. Watson, on returning thanks, .whe weather had been in favor of i, council and against ratepayers. I thanked councillors for their sup ^ in tho past. (<r Wells' said that at tho last L, it was deoided to call a spec it£g for tl.e 31st. He, at i, iuconvcnionce, had attended, |...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

The Rainfall. Following is a record for Italian, as registered nt Oliiue. No record is talron Friday ... — Saturday .— Monday ... — Tuesday ... — Wednesday — Thursday ... — Total for loot Total for 1905 Total for 1008 Total fur 1907 Total for LSIOS Total for 1909 Total for 1010 Total for 1911 Total for 1912 Total for 1913 January February March April May ... June July August .., September ... October ... November ... December ... of the rainfall the local To*l on Sundays. POINTS rOINTS l'OI NTS l'OI NTS 1'OIXTS POINTS 2033 2396 25S4 186" 1047 2021 2510 3707 2340 Total for 1914. January February ' March April Mai June July August September 29 88 929 118 481 311 208 229 174 160 , 2 40 136 3139 115 0 97 179 185 • 118 221 208 40 1169

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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

Here and There. Somo follows nover show up well at home, and always a good deal worsts when abroad. It.ha* boon discovered that it takes a good many crumbs of comfort to make a square meal. Winter fowls', food should be bur ied in tho grass or litter, so' that the birds will be ever on the scratch for fchoir living. By means of a new invention in Sydnoy, it is claimed that bricks can bo turned out at tho rate of 10,000 an hour,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE The Grandest Remedy for •swdii A dose or two to generally sufficient KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE SOLD by all CHEMISTS and STORES W. BENNETT. JEWELLER, BHIDGE-ST., BALLAHAT. (Ests-Miabed 50 5 oars; Bsst Value in WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY, ELECTRO PLAT*, SILVER WA1U8, SPECTACLES, &o. Pnwntatlon and WeifeNng Clfis a Speciality. Engagement and Wedding Ring*. Jcweltary Re-mad* or Taken In Exohanga. IMPAIRS OF ALL KINDS. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. L. A FAIRBAIRN & CO.. AUCTIONEERS, & GENERAL AGENTS, BALLAN,BACCHUS MARSH,AND MELBOURNE. ' MELBOURNE OFFIOE.—2 ST. JAMES' BUILDINGS, 125 WLLLLAM-ST. SALES CONDUCTED : BALLAN—Last Thursday in Month; BACCHUS .MARSH—Second Thursday ; NEWMARKET—Every Week. CSwring Sales receive Prompt Attention; Pure Stock Sale* a Speci ality ; Rants Collected; Trust Money t« Land; Valuation* M«4*{ Firo Insurance. Ac. L. A. FAIRBAIRN.—R. H. DUCDALE. R. J. FAIRBAIRN. BETTER AGRICULTURAL SEEDS It costs you 110 more to buy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

L:''< tr* iri-;r<r$ — * ino!iu*i3J (rtand « »•> h - :t'u-nicdy for i- ^ fct't b|" «" children. ; plcn, i.1 »<>f relii'ving f?vr i >; J Jo Jj/er..';, and pre ' v.*.;.ling convulsions. Contain no murphia, nftj!!!-. Absolctcly safe (nr the POwt-' ^ yot.nc.f6t Infant. Good J"' " for oH« children too. maaexzsissnrKSsr^n.-"-,

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KEEPING POOR COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

KEEPING POOR C0W8. Oaly a rich man c*n afford to kt«| poor cows, Sometimes it ia said that & man, unless ba is well off, cenMt afford to own good cows. Thia i* wrong. If he can afford to owa an? he can afford to own the beat. The man who refuses to spend the money neceutaiy to purchase a good cow, ana linds enough to get hold of a —conrt rate one, must work double time to get any profit, and wait j©are before ho can breed op to a higher standard. The fact should be realised at the be ginning that it is better to put all the money in half a dozen good Mfl tha* in a dozen inferior ones. The profits of dairying depend first upvn the quality of the cowa, and se cond upon the system of raising feed and giving it to the animals. It ha* been proved that good, not fancy bred, oowa care made £14 profit per yew not for their owners, alter the cost ol feed had been deducted and all other chaiges. If one good cow will make that profit, a herd of 10 or 20 should net a fairly good income....

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NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

I NEWS SUMMARY • ■ML tjjp Genu,'ui steamer \riir f Ssa&sS^SI Joinbo on 29th Anm.tt * «. ^ , the Gonaan-.A,,su,'l1";;t Z^'T "' J iir"s ' C0"ti'i"C(, « Uit%of (fxp!i z;;z • «•-»« a point about „orrif"f° ! •;n nn*) ..i?.!' • " ''fcks from 6000 to -U.UU0 j< ios hi extent are vacant ; «v.i.lo^v;,Vr'a'',t,o,-,s !mtee<l "" j <J.i Wednesday a deputation in),,-, ; L' 'ule""S,Ji;ist llailwa v Lca-t c «a.ted on the Minister of J{;,;h,-n hVsi',r?h !" •i''0''0*"1 railway from j iw..s! i o th to the Stanhope K-tef ■ n",h ° }XU'"dcd -II further, > a pfa.e known as Jl'Donald's U pointed (Hit that tho extension ;Ilir i.,,,".11'"1 l, 1 "10 'KV;t fruit-grow i 'd ' Hl,,"1 tl,l! est-nto would bo Lap >od, to the great advantage of prj 1M tl,e IT^?' ««l™»ceme.it of ■••(■«* ,i ii , c M""ster, in reply, ?i' ! * • 11 lel,resc,|Itiltions nt' tile deputation would bo placed before the ■hallways .Standing Committee. nJ Si BaUi,lio" of tho Expedition ; 0,rc;e ;va". ...

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Ballan Shire Patriotic Fund. Donations received last week: [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

_l( Donations received last woolc • I i £ s Amt prov. acknowledged 142 17 Lantern Talk (Greondale) 2 8 Mi' and Mrs J. Cunningham 1 Mr and Mrs J. H. Walsh 1 Mr and Mrs Jas. Shaw 1 Mr nnd Mrs W. Elliott 1 Greendale Dance Mr R. Kirby Mr A. C. McNab Mr John Conroy . Mrs A. S. Brown Miss 13. M. Robertson Mr Walter Cowell £152 16 Donations received' this week: £ s Blakeville Patriotic Fund 13 3 Mr and Mrs John Andrew 2 2 Yaloak Vale Estate Employees 1 5 Mrs Slack* sen. (B. Marsh) 1 1 Mr T. P. Mullane 1 0 Mr Albert Lay 10 | Mr Josaph Petford 10 Mr Jas. Fagg (2nd instalment) 5 Grand Total £19 16 £172 13 BLAKEVILLE LIST: £ s nl Proceeds of Euchre Party and Dance Mr A. Stephens Receipts from trophies Mr W. Stinton Sir J. Stephens Mr H. Stephens Mr H. Sanderson Mrs J. Stephens Mr C. Piatt Mrs C. Piatt Mrs Herbert Arnup Mrs W. Rinks Sirs C. Lilburne Mr A. R. Lester Mr J. McDonald Mr M. Corcoran Mr W. Lewin Mr J. Strioktand Mr J. Cowell Mr H. Arnup Mr J. Bowman Mrs A. E. Cleaver Mr J. Lorkin Mis...

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District News. MT. WALLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

District News, [From Quit Oohrbspondents, and Exchanges.] MT, WALLACE. An interesting and exciting game of football took place here on Satur day, botween the local team and Mfc. Wallace. The final scores were —Alt., Wallace, 5g; Elaine, 4g lb. Le llaitre was the best player for the winners, and Peters and Wolls for Elaine, Mr Cashmor* umpired,

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Ballan Police Court. YESTERDAY. [Before Messrs J. Gascard and A. W. Salter, J's.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

Ballan Police Court. YESTERDAY. [Before Messrs J. Gascard and A. \V. Salter, J's.P.] A. T, Blake t. Petar Wilson—.Debt £1/7/1. Ordor for amount, with 5/ costs.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

Obituary. The funeral of tlio late Miss May Gee took place iu the Bullan New Cemetery on Friday. The colfin buarsn were Messrs 0. Ford, J. H. Walsh, Jas, Pmcoll, and M. O'Hehir; the pall-bearers being Messrs \V. W. Anderson, D. Wheelahan, A. Collins, E. Silling, S. Hunt, and W. Andrew, juu. Service at tlie gravo was con ducted by the Roy. Father McMahon, and Mr F. J. Mohrdns carried out tlie mortuary arrangements.

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Plain and Fancy Dress Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

Plain and Fancy Dress Ball. The annual ball in aid of Roman Catholic schools was held hevo on Friday last. Thero was a good at tendance, and tho decorations re moved the somewhat sombre appear ance. Messrs J. K. Egan, J. P. llan rahan, and J. Cantwell (joint hon. sees.) had all arrangements complete. Fancy costumes were not very num erous, but were an added attraction to the gathering, Miss 0. Robertson being awarded the priz». Tho cater ing was carried out by tho ladies, and gave entire satisfaction. Miss Rita Gascard (piano) and Miss Martin (violin) provided the music, and Mr G. Graham acted as M.G. Following is a list of those appearing in fancy oostume:— Miss O. Robertson—Frenoh'maid. Miss A. Elliott — American cow girl. Miss M. Manning—iFrench maid. Miss E. Carslake—Japanese lady. Mi68 J. Bolton—Spanish maid. Miss M. Grieves—Nurse. Mrs' Laherfcy—Home Rule for Ire land. Patriotic Set—Misses M. and O. Darragh, T. Andrew, E. Shimmen; ! Messrs E. Silling, R. E. Rudd, A. Bull, W. Jo...

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Ballan Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

Ballan Cricket Club. The annual meeting of members of the Ballau clab was held on Monday last. The balance shoot, which showed a debit balance of £1/1/8, was adopted. The following officers ware electod for the ensuing year:— President—Mr .J. Gaicard, J.P. Vice-Presidents—.Messrs J. H. Walsh, and V. V. Mogg. Patrons—.Rev. P. E. Lewin, Dr A. Blaubaum, Messrs T. Adams, A. T. Blake, J.P., D. K. Fraser, W. H. Wal ters, C. Kennedy, E. Windsor, Jas. Myers, J. T. Darcy, W. J. Andrew, J.P., Misses McCoppin. W. E. White, Alex. Stewart, J. W. Venables, and 11. Shank land. Committee—.Messrs M. O'Hehir, W. It. Fraser, S. R. Lay,'and Dr Blaubaum. Match Committee—Messrs S. K. Lay, M. O'Hehir, and Dr Blaubaum. Delegates—Dr Blaubaum and Mr M. O' Hehir. Hon. Treasurer—Mr P. Spencer. Hon. Secretary—Mr S. R. Lay. A vote of thanks was accorded to Mr D. R. Fraser for auditing th« books, aud he wag ro-appointed to the position. Messrs Jas. H. Walsh and W. It. Fraser were appointed to represent the club o...

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

Sunday Services, Presbyterian Church — Ballan, 11 and 7; Pentlimd Hills, 2,30 — Mr W. Cattnch, Buiigeellap, 11; Bercmboke, 2.30 —Kev. E. J. Welch. CUureli of England—■Ballan, 11 and Methodist Church—Sunday: Ballan— Afternoon at 3—Mr Weir.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

^ Mn. ELIZABETH ROBINS, of 256 Gouger Street, Adelaide, S.A., writes the story of her terrible suffer ings, 24/12/12. Eight years she was a martyr to the agony of Eczema, until she received relief from the atmost ceaseless pain of thi» awful affliction through the use of Is?Sabaitalic rw a eas n wkjb The volmitntyoffei in^ofthisremnrk* fiblc Klicr i«y Mrs. Kobias is "evidence itself ot her gratitude, and It js also proof that in ca?e-> where the blood is impure and s in disease is in* tcn?ifi d by this condition, the blood* pnrifvir.jj powc s ot elements Tonic are rapidly asserted. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Your medicine has been a great feUsfiag to as. I suffered with Eczema for eiiiu years ; my legs were swollen to an awful sirs and covered with watery blisters (hat would keep oq breaking. All that time 1 waa con fined to my home, never being out eicrpt when taken tp the hospital. They dec'.ined to take me to and pro* nounced lae inccrable. Your medicine was recommended to m« by Nu...

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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 17 September 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS, j Applications for ffrant of letters pa -ant, which havo boon lodged m the followiuc names, hav© boon accepted by tho Commissioner. Messrs. G. G. Turn, and Co.* patent attorneys, xio. 1 of 'Australia, of tlie Jiialto, 499 Oollius Street, Melbourne, have pre pared this report from the offi lal re cords :— Illuminating Bullet.—Tho l'ojnt ol .the bullet has a coating of flash light composition. 0*er this is a skiu 01 glue. When the bullet strikes U.o im pact is sufficient to produce tompwiry illuminatiou. (Winoti ester llep wtj n e Arms Co., purchaser from T. O, Jul'n eon, tho iuvontor, U.S.A.) J.i>ire are several other patents being iO': irod by the same company for causing .«Iln m.natiou on impact, but different nti to details; lor example,in some i >tr», tho flashlight composition is m a re cess of the cap, and the point ol 1 '*1 bullet is variously shaped and avriiig •d. One of tho bullets is specu.ll.v proposed for pleasure shooting, out'!<. ...

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