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COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 24 September 1914

COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. Appliriiti-.u for grant of letters jhi ■ inl. \v'..it'll hiive bteu lodged in tho I'nl ouing HU11106 linve been accepted i iit'. commissioner:— Mu-sfa. U. U. Turri and Co., patuit attornoyB, No. 1, of Australia, of the IJialto, -199 Collins stroot, Melbourne, prepared tliis report from tho of ficial records: — .Making Hydraulic Cement.—Earths :i. ■ ■ treated by acids, heat, otc.—'Mr. V-.. A. Oakley, Now South Wales. Collapsing Food Sato.—-A sheet me tal safe has its sides with sliding /l,v iiy proof scroll joints, there bung other .sjaeial details.—Messrs. A. Simpson and Sou, purchasers from 1{. F. iiuugii, South Australia. H.ols mul Ceilings of Concrete.— . oji; are made in s;tu b.v poul inj-C ee iit over a centering into moulds. Di'corutive elf cots aro securablc. The win-!..' combines strength, attractive ness and economy.—Mr. S. H. Mar "liant, South Australia. Water Sprayer.—A frame containing m.Kzles is mounted oil ground roller:; ami the liose is attached...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XVIII. FORBIDDEN FRUIT IS SWEET. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 24 September 1914

THE— MASTER PASSION. CHAl'TISK XV111. l-'OUlilDDliX KUUIT It.- s\\ lili'l. Captain Herislord i i; i l. certain^ heard of tlie dangers which. :u fair* talc or history, surround tlu-M- golden clusUu'n uhicii are called rrriiuUkii litlit, lull nevertheless lie hovered round it, deaf to con-eieiiee. couuin... sonse. and prudence. The sight ''. Ida was to him like water to i':o de.-ert, or rost to the weary. He had lunged lor her with such iini iun>at< eiice, that it luui worn him "tit like- a positive fevi r, and ho went about look ing a mere shadow of liis former soli. All alone hi' knew that lie va»> a tot.i. for first "sho was engaged to his friend, axid now she was tho wife of anoth* r man. Still, he told hiniseli that i< it was a pleasure to him to ;-ee h< r, li rou'-d do 110 harm by driving down i St. John's Wood whenever he had iii chance. Her husband left her to., much to herself, and it. was only an act of Christian charity to i-huer he so...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BALLAN, THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 24 September 1914

I JJJTtg Bail an 'Jltimes. Pl'HUStlRO EVENT THURSDAY. Ballax, TirunsDAY, Sept. 2-1, 1914 Local and General News. Skating at the local rink on Satur day night. A meeting of committee of the Ballan Rifle Club will bo held in the Mechanics' Institute on Monday evening, October 5th, at 8 o'clock. I Owing to the Melbourne show fall j insf on their mural date, .Messrs L. A. Fairbaii-n A Co. will hold their next j monthly sale on Thursday, October : 1st. ! The annwil concert in connection ; with the Cr. F.S. Piano Fund will be | held in St. John's school hall oil Fri day, 'September 25th. A splendid programme has been arranged. I Life'* second war Dumber (October issue) contains many good and timely • things. The chief attraction, among ! many war features, is a masterly study ; of the war by Dr W. II. Fitchett, the : author of Deeds Ih'il IIron the Empire. Ijifr magazine has just issued the first sixpenny number of Life's fi'iid",—a now and excellent war pub lication—in which hundreds of ...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ainbroaiiie.") it in a aoi-ii tcs>ii sUC^eo;, i" _■ ml liana wgeinoi. ouip iUl" 01 Ulyir mcu wililo, vii- ilnnta, | iook ut them i.s tuoy uang suuuWcj " ■.lioi.luor, and ]uugt> wheuier liio euec bo imrnionim.s li tno clteiisGd _ V" Hour to sulii or to look annoyed, irn uaixl, and even u^S'y ut t,'l° "*e " presence ol eueli otlior, then there t SJiiieUiing \vio»i4. 1 his 'wipyeub w c mere is any attempt ut misuig tlio All urcbso», no want* ho>v simple or bow grand, should be iho same class; then the womau^Mho wo:ii's tlioin pi'Otentb a periectly e\en, harmonious appearimco w th« world. A morning tailor-made should bl!«aK uie same jaiftou us a "dross tai-o - made; a simple dinner troek should b« on intimate terms with the hnost court, gown over iiindo when they ha to live in the saiuo wardrobe. i»ut a simple morning lailor-nindo . will ce dwaslfully out of place it it is sudden ly asked to gossip with an afternoon irock which dots not movo-in the same ...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX. STOP. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

the MASTER passion. (JHAl'TEK XIX. STOP. Tlinra was a long train oi carnage* blocking tlio way, lor tho hnglibii aie » mus'o-loving people, and U>«' SsS'sw .quis of Belgrave umvod at Loitnt U Wa,"'"'i upp<^ iu 11 '""IS, li-immed with marabout, looked l'k<- a swan ns she sailed through- tlio crowd ™°.f T*h,.v a solitary diamond ITt luttiwd amount her sou brown ourls. aml she carried her head l.ke a ^Maiiy oyes followed her grace!ul fimiro with admiration, somo with faint recognition, wondering where they had seen it befoTe; otiiers wiU Crank delight, as at Ujp firs's Sh° a tiling of beauty. No aoJglit, «"t grave disapprobation, mixed with • sliebfc surpii&o, in ouo paU" ot « * eyS, as Captain Berestord stepped in front of her. "Yes,'',Dw:th a slight blush which seemed to herself quite unreasonab e "Lord Belgravo is with me, and his sister is waiting for me. "Where?" , ,, "Oh, in tho box, of course. "How d'ye do, Beresford \\o aie rather late," and tho...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Drilling Holes in Glass. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

Drilling Holes in Glass.' Securo an old thiee-cornered file the size of a hole desired in tlie plate and grind two sides of it to a point. This file can be put in, held, and turned the same as a bit in an ordin ary carpenter's brace. Lay the glass on a smooth surface with a small piece of cloth under the place where the whole is to be drilled. Take some soft, putty, and make a small ring around on the glass and fill the cup-like place with turpen tine. Take the brace with the drill and begin boring the same as if bor ing in wood. Uso a slight pressure 011 the brace, and in a short time you will have a cleau-cut hole. A hole can be drilled in this way through the heaviest plate glass made.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Waste of Water. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

Waste of Water. Do many people know what a leaky water tap menus i» its iliuft upon tin; reservoirs ? The city of Clarksburg, U.S., having occasion to agitate agaiusfc tlio waste of water, had ex periments conducted to ascertain what amount of wasto a leaky lap was responsible for,.and, us it result of its investigations, issued an illus trated leaflet which set out, among other useful faels, the following:— A tap from wliieh the water is jus I. dropping single drops in rapid suc cession drops 15 gallons of water in a day—enough for a household in ninny places. This moans a wasto of 105 gallons in a week. Ten such taps waste 1050 gallons in a week. Water leaking through oue-thirfy-second of an inch aperture runs away to the tune of 2G4 gallons per day, or 18-18 gallons per week. Ton such leakages account for 18,480 gallons in a week. Water leaking through one-sixteenth of an inch aperture gets away at the rate of 835 gallons per day, or 5815 gallons per week. Ten such wast ages mean...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

At.Ballan Mechanics' Hull. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT, 7.30 to 10. PRICES—Admission, (id; Skate?, 1 /.— I Floorage (for those with own skates) 0(1. Childi'L'ii under l(i, half-price. Half-proceeds in aid of Institute. Skate boy engaged. 31. O'Mehir, J. T. Cooper, Prop. i Gtrmoo -usi *Ai»n«o/* 10HMA09 JLM«a TJ3H P3ITTf ^{»j*xyoiuiK..o .ir(i j.iuaXv io ipirwjj iu* a* ®p*aj »q X«ai ft|»/AU.jpm!M JO •*|«Od®0 •lunuu* jrxi \§ 3\j hoj;:ju| 'OOE3P <>* -/I uioj/ B}|aodaa 'trt{«a.MU0ti:ui00 *41 n"m.3:,.0Jtii ™ r»|ou»^v OOO'C P"« t»nio a*oqw »qq u| ••qoaug '3WKncgi2W SNniOO LIT. :ooy<o |WJ»uoo u®l«<o^O!A •LNStAULb-JdSC MNVS SSNIAVS piAOjddr ",*!iir3r opvui sanurxpy pexg nr> p:»\I o^jaiuj \ -'!«ii. F)Mtior>..? 3u.-0.1r1;) ptrojqt: pnr itop-urvj p-iiuf) -aoajaioo 9qi umiu\ par.-»ttnfcn Uor.i.u;wp AJ..n; ;r< ► .ntituni. »^"ri:;,\-p j t;»; yu viivjf 'uupy^uoa JOJ p^jr/nijo; .-o pi-.vt . r.;u >,.jH -r. ;(< ;jvii Xuv 01 j.-vi paiy^ipo pa* ...

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POLLY'S PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

POLLY'S PIE. When Mnry Ann wns cooking onco Our Polly made a pie ; She took soiui! Hour nnd water And some l>ut tor standing nigh : And then she took same sugar, She says she likes things hwwI, And si«virtUMcd on the rolling board All that she didn't eat. She railed il cut. a long, long time. With .-Milt, 11 little bit : She drnnp'Ml it tour times on the linoi', And oner .she stepped on it. She doesn't think plates made of tin Are ptettv. «;o she look A sninll, red flowerpot snucor. Which was better for the cook. Sho filled her pie with ho If a pear. Two niisins and u date ; Then put. it in the oven, and Forgot it till quite lute. It was not burned, for Mary Ann IJad taken care for that ; So Polly gave a party to The chickens and the cat.

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TO PREVENT BURNING WHILE BAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

TO PR ID V EXT BURNING WHILE BAKIXG. A cup of. water sot in the oven while baking will prevent meat, bread, pies, etc. from burning. Mr Baclilet, the inventor of the "flying train" or "the railway that, runs on a road-bed of invisible im pulses," as lie terms the wonderful product of his fertile brain, recently ! paid Australia a high compliment. ! "Do you know where to find the smartest people in the world ?" ho , said. "It is not in England, not iu I France, not in Germany, not in Am erica. It is in Australia. Yes, they are the smartest people in the world. ' When I sought to secure my patents there, tliey discovered a mistake in my plans, and they wrote and inform ed mo of the fact. It took me and my engineer a week to find the flaw. It was there sure enough, but no other country in the world discovered it." { i i- ' ..

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(Copyright.) My Friend, the Policeman. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

( Copyright.) BY I-IERJIAN DA COSTA. ITis proper mum; was V/illiam Lor ing but wo always called him Dennis Six feet two, a brown moustache, brown hair, blue e\v* that took in the world ;i.s j, ;t ut. terly apart. iron) himself. and a mar ry laughing face Una B«ve the lie to his severe voire when upholding the dignity of the law, was a prettv close (it, to Dennis Loring. And the! way the children crowded" round him on his beat ! I-le would laughingly tell them to leave him alone or he would " rill! them in - but they would crowd upon him catching hold : ot his luuids. U-gs. face, coat-nnv- . where as long as they could stay there with any reasonable degree of safety. When he marched out with his squad in the morning and after the ' elder children had gone to school, a little head would peep eagerly from a door, look around and catching sight of fii/n. would come, •• Here turns Mr, I.oring : " with the peculiar intoualion children give to cries which they want to sound fast And the mo...

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Physical Energy. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

Physical Energy. Perliiips you do not know it, hut when you walk a distance of ten miles you expend enough t'oice, could it all he collected, to raise 800 tons 0110 foot from the ground. Of this enor mous quantity of energy the legs arc responsible for 150 Ions, the heart for 100, the lungs for 2:2, and the bulk of "the remainder is waited in the heat given off from the body. In severe athletic competitions, such as running, rowing, and boxing, you must bo in such a condition as to be able to exert, by your limbs alone, each minute, as much force as would lift 50001b one foot fiom the ground. When a powerful man works for 24 hours with all his might, the en ergy he oxpends is «qual to lifting a third class cruiser, and during his life I10 dissipates enough ' power to carry his body at ueath to the sun. These statements may at first sight seem extraordinary, hut will not seem so when it is remembered that two ounces of bread contains the potential energy of 150 tons.

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THE FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

THE FLOV;:-Fj GARDEN. ! A certai,n good-natured doctor tvhose duor 1 1 rang lale one Might, supposing that t Iso siitnmunH ••nine from someone who needed his Ser vices, rose from bed, put 011 his dressing-gown. and went down to the door. A working mun stood there, hold ing a huge ptrier package, from which buds and flowers were pro truding. "Is ^liss Caroline Ward in?*' asked the man. " She 1ms re-nred,': returned the doctor, ! Miss Caroline Ward was his ruok " I'm sorry sir, to call :u» Jale. Something won't wrong with the tram-car I cam* in. 1*12 leave this for her if you'll UimEIy give it to her , in the morning." " Certainly," said the doctor, lie took the bundle carefully, clos ed the door, an i earned the flowers into the kitchen. There he placed a dishpan in the sink, drew a few I inches of wale:- into it, carefully pressed the base of the package into it, and went, bjvk.io bed. thinking , how pleased the cook would be. ! The next mo: rung lie went into the kitchen early, to ...

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Lighting a Lamp at Six Miles with Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

Lighting « Lamp lit Six Miles with Wireless. lOvery week yields some new secret to the electrical expert, and brings us u little to the ulI-butL»n age. Mr Marconi 1ms provided us with the latest wondor feat in the form of a device for lighting a lump hy will*loss power at a distance of six miles. The bulb of the lamp *vas attached to a wireless receiver, connected in its turn with a receiving aerial wire. At the other point oE experiment a transmitter in spueo was lin keel up with a power oE 100 h.p. As soon as the power was applied the bulb six miles away was lighted up, and re mained alight so long as the power was kept np. This experiment Mr Marconi hopes may bo a forerunner of tlio use though not, perhaps, ill our day—of wireless power feir lighting and heat ing' houses. ''At present," he said, the tirst call is to push on with wire less telephony. I am now aiming prrticularly at obtaining a distinctly audiblo message, which is really more valuable than 'spectacular' calls over ...

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A[?] [?]PE. STORY OF HIS FIRST SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

AM STORY OF m FliiST SUCCESS. | How many people have over heard of the discovery of Anthony Hope ? The f tory is djjo o;' .Major Kind's happiest rem in h•:i,n.vs. Robert liarr was an editor, ays the Major, when he met a t hin, pale. bald yoi'.nir bar rister who tallo-d .so charmingly a bo-:t books tluu Harr, uno w.w b:£, bu-.ly. bouncing and .<;ti ah;ht forwa'*J asked him :—" Po you do anything .the.sort ?/* AniJiony Tlope Haw kins. the tiiIn, pale l>:tld ybuntf man, confessed, with a Mush, that he did do " som^thin^r of the sort " when not painfully busy, and on the fol lowing; flay the I'.vo men -'ere going I through a mass i>;' accumulated man i uscripts. i It was the beginning 01 Anthony - Hope. " Say, Hawkins. how much | have you got li!,e this 7 " said Ho b-it. Barr, when the youni; barristei : said that in; had " con::idvr.i i.If*. " j " Want *.o st-ii ii V " asked the ; editor, ajul on l.'-ing asked '* how j much he w«-ni < ' the j.oung lu«r ; ris...

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The Green-Eyed Monster. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

The Green-Eyed Monster. Algernon 0. Drniluy, of Toowoom bn, lias a pretty littlo houso and a pretty little wife, but, unhappily for the young couple, lie was as jealous as Othello, though she was as inno cent as Desdemona. She cured him very cleverly and very profitably. One ovoning ho noticed her busily writing at the table, and not only would she not tell him who she was writing to, bnfc she took pains to conceal hur letter. That was en ough for Algernon. Next day, in stead of going to his office, he loafed round the pillar box, and presently she tripped along with the lottcv in her hand. Ho grabbed it rudely. "Now, miulam," ho hissed, "1 shall learn your guilty secret !" The ad dress was: "Tlio Seerotarj-, Eight Hour Art Union, Sydney," and Al gernon looked several kinds of a fool when he read it. She forgave him, however, and he's nover been jealous since Their cup of joy was full when news came that, the shilling (hurt invested had secured third prize in the Art CJuion—a diamon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

Red Cross Society. Gift Afternoon, Saturday, October 3rd. lu Mcolumics* Hull, Italian, ;it U ]i.m. Music, Singing, & Afternoon Ten. by a (.»if l — 11?»m 1 luMvlnVfs ! To* rU. Si»r!ts, or anything l"i' tlio sifli J and m li:nlii's .'iml loiucn Invited. All Wokunw. Bs Patriotic and Come. Ballan Gun Club. SPAR HOW .SIIOOTIXG. Saturday, October 10th. In the Slum grounds, MKMBKHS' SHOOT—Tropin- valued Cl/t<V; 2nd. 111/. Five bird rise-; single num., -/; donh'.e, :l/; st'2j. Swi'i'jwt.ikeH [U'ran^tvl on the ground. 10. FJiACIC, lion. Sfi-. Coming Sales: L. A. l''.'iirliairn ;iml On. will conduct ^UoutUly !f;LS follows:— I5ALI.AN: Tlunvhiy, Oct. 201 li. BACCHUS MARSH: Thursday, Oct. Sth. "

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Country Roads Board. EXTRACT FROM ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

Country Roads Board. Extiiact fuom Annual Ruport. Speaking1 generally, tho "roads throughout I ho areas of tho State al ! romly inspected, if, m(Ui{; bo said that ; their condition in anything but sittis i factory. Certainly there are excep tions to thin general sia temeut. In a numhur ol the \\ ustcru district .shires tlio roads arc in good condition, i. horu is also a considerable mileage of good trafiicuble roads in tho Jto.-ie ditlc and Sale districts. In tho>e dis tricts, materials in ilu: shape of bas alt and gravid are easily accossiblo, and the topography of the country presented lew engineeiing diHieulties iu the way of road location, but, with these oxoceptions, there are only iso lated examples of roads that may be classed as good. In the Gippsland district, lew roads are to he met with that may be termed passable roads beyond it radius of four or live miles from the principle towns on t;lie main i lines of railway. Of this district it must be said that' road construct...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

TURF TOPICS. iiiy j., in.tr Kmjj cowiit'ii in i!.: irfo-year—iiU, .vincji uul Jun'i; "-1. lll„l 1,1.1 j,, i.uulu ;,t jMuill ■'^-t "" i'i:e raco in tl10 ioai.a-.teis ill'c Lo bu liur,;. uiil-c.i t„ 1;>U. LAWllc> Ulc jiMnitynS()ll!s "i.11 fetalis, now ivorili £i,uUU, .;U II Ml..st, ij^ put uuWn ll4 rjUiLu .III I inijiorunt tiui.i iu llic bluing ca.i. p.i-'o't. In L..o^e s^Tamulc^ Hub j luiui ./i uiudticai.a .juiia-jimis in cIk I iiuu, aayuuiig intent happen. I >»uii a ckan Jump au.iy. i'rou., i.i.ij.is 1,1,.^ iJC , lu malic iin.'i rv tiili L-iiin^ over Uif loui- una a iiali luiiuiigs. .u,.,Uicr ol tile youugateri. lui^nt to iiL-arJ oi in connection i jviiu tais raco m Uuvi-my a suiari | litUo Jjobadil coll, who v. ill curiv I t1.1'', Ui.me\s colors. Oi ,J . ! Siccojc s Jot tiio b-'Sl appears to in. ;i ciKstn.a Kilt n.imcti livo (Ijy jjif \>U;c.n irom Sev.lltj). U0 ca„ . • cry jiiuutly in private. ° . iNoilimg in.-i-o A ill ai.cr ;l.|, |,e .xu, oi Deriiyoon o.; tiio inri. i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 1 October 1914

P^; J: - ~ ■ .1--7 ". "Vll—w tilt'cs1 fi-lend — I •2- .-..•.d inullifrs' friend Inc. ficit remedy for j tee tiling- children. [ Splendid (or relieving j fcv.-.! Irstfulncss, [ Bj^jK I ■ «constipation, and pre venting convulsion!. | Contain no morphia, rr Absolutely safe for tlie I yoanjfiit infant. Good j for oI«cr childreu too. /•i/Cton/af*. I*. fMrPeckflt. j j^SSSaEKaESSESSESfSB KEEP IT IN THE HOUSE. "Thirteen y*« ««o, when I lived In Smeaton, two of my child ren euffered tenlbly with ASTHMA, but three or four bottlei of = HEARNE'S == BRONCHiTiS CURE completely CURED the both of them. Neither bad an attack ilnce; and the fact that the boy ha* joined the Royal Navy proves that the examination {to which all Navy candi date* must submit) revealed nothing the matter with his lungs. Needless to say I always fall back on HEARNE'S BRONCHiTiS * CURE for Colds. It Is a splendid medi cine, and most valuable for Chest Affections." Name, Address and full particulars furnished on application. ...

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