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TREAT PASTURE LANDS LIBERALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

TREAT PASTURE LANDS LIBERALLY. We ale apt to think that arable laud is mora subject to loss from cropping than pasture lands, says the "Mark Lane Express," and as a consequence of this view much pasture land has been neglected. We are accustomed to think that two, nr more than two, white straw crops in succession exhaust a field, and to forget that a cow yielding 600 gallons of milk, say from 1st April to 1st November, removes 12 lbs. of phos phoric ueid from an acre of land, be sides what she stores up in the body of her unborn calf. Such a cow removes at least 15 lbs. of phosphoric aeid from the land on which she grazes every year, whereas two corn crops only re move 42 lbs. in four years. 1'. R therefore, certain that in four years a good cow will remove 50 per cent, more phosphoric acid fton> an acre of land, supposing she grazes an acre. Even If sho requires 1 '/j aeres of good paBturo to support her, she will remove as much phosphoric acid per acre as is re moved by corn-gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

J. L. FURNESS,' SURGEON DENTIST, 322 Sturt St., BALLARAT. (Near Lester's Hotel). liny be consulted nt GURYEV'S ;OFPEK PALACE on 1st & 3rd Saturday in Each Month. Mr W. Leslie EMns, Of Bacchus Marsh, Will visit BALLAN every 1st & 4fch Thursday, Vud may be consulted on all brauehes of DENTISTRY At Mas McTCekzie's Tr,.i Rooms. Hours—11 a.m. till <1 p.m. I'Pherson, Thorn, Kettle and Co., Stock, Station and Land Agents, Auctioneers - Market Buildings (opposite Scott's hotel) -445 Collins St., Melbourne. ('Phone, Cent. 3SI). Sales of fat stock every week at Newmarket, yam*. Auction Sales condncted in any part of Victoria or N.S.AY. Tbubt Moneys to Lesd At Lowest Current Rates on Freehold Securities. B. B. Moqq Representative. Jo us A. Thom. Chve M'Phersox. Korert . Yotjso. H. L. Kett£e. NURSES of Large Experience Recommend to tholr Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davii Street, Brunswick* Vic., writes as follows (29/2/12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writ...

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EXPORT OF AUSTRALIAN BUTTER AND CHEESE. HOW THE WAR WILL AFFECT THE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

EXPORT OF AUSTRALIAN BUTTER AND CHEE8E. HOW THE WAS WILL AFFECT THE TRADE. Mr. G. Sutherland Thomson, for,come time Government dairy expert in Queensland, but who has been abroad for some years, arrived in Sydney re cently on a visit to Australia, and gave his opinion on the effect the war would have upon the dairying industry, a» follows:— "France has a large butter trade with Britaiu, and this will be at an'end while the war lasts. High prices for butter will rule in Britain during the autumn, and this will be augmented by an .enrly close of the Russian butter season. It is difficult to say if the Danish and Swedish supplies will re main undisturbed, but it is certain that the huge cream trade that Sweden doe# with Germany will cease. All thing! considered from the present outlook, the British butter market should be pro fitable to Australia, as far as can be seen. For choese, the prospects are also favorable, owing to a shortage of meat, and the cutting off of Continental supplie...

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Angling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

Angling Notes. A. meeting of members of the I3al lan Anglers' Club was held on Tues day last, when the secretary reported that up to the present 22 members' tickats had been disposed of, and also that two trophies-had been promised for competition. The secretary was instructed to write to the State Riv ers and Water Supply Commission, with reference to allowing the club to charge a fee for fishing in the reser voir. It was decided to give a trophy for the hoariest basket of trout caught in district waters on 7th, 14th, 21st, or 23th November, to bo weighed in not later than 9 p.m. on any of those dates. Another trophy is to be awarded for the heaviest fish caught on or before 31st December. Ac counts amounting to dSl/2 / were passed for pa; men t.

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BITTER MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

BITTER MILK. Bitter milk is one of the mast cra nion complaints arising during the spring of the year. This is due t« sev eral causes, the most common being flavours duo to spring feeds with strong odors. The only remedy is to keep the cattle from infested pastures for at least foiii- hours before milking. Spring itavours duo to pasture may be avoided by changing from winter feeds to pas ture gradually, allowing ten to fifteen rtavs to make the change. Milk may have an abnormal bitter taste when far along in the lactation period. This usually occurs when the animal has been dry fed and appears to be due to her phj-sical condition. This may bo remedied and removed by re ducing the grain ration and giving tw* or three doses of Epsom salts.

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Ballan Horticultural Society. The secretary of the above society desires to acknowledge with thanks the following donations:— [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

Ballon Horticultural Society. THo (ieorotai'y of tiio above society dosirea to acknowledge with thnnka the following donations:— Dr Blaubaum ... £2 2 0 R. Shanklatid ... 110 J. Hence ... 10 6 P. Spencer ... 10 6 J. Gascai'd ... 10 6 Mrs Stewart ... 10 0 P. Symons ... • 10 0 Seeds, Plants, Ao. Mt. Lyoll Oo. (fertiliser) 12 0 S. Brumlrett (rose plants) 10 6 R. U. Nioholls.& Co. (plants) 10 6 Lovein & Sons (plants) 10 6 Oiinond Plant Farm 10 6 Jas. llaillou (seeds) ... 7 (>

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

OF RUKAL Irt ViiHEST ■ (By '•Itiuliciu.") The revenue from tile irrigation ami \'lirri' unnnli* . i water supply districts showed an ' in crease of 3,507 over last year. The . — j.— .vwj tuaigbn 10 me districts oE £1,755—for the interest on and maintenance o 1' portions of the Goulburn main channel scheme and Pyke's Ureek reservoir. Although the aggregate deficit was increased by £9,208 last year, this represented the smallest loss that had been incurred for some live years, and the result was bearing out the commission's statement that, with a general introduction of the compulsory irrigation charge, the financial position of these districts would steadily improve. The preseit total interest charges on loans amounted to £270,721. Of this amount £lJ4,3I0 was not chargeable to any districts, being debitable against free headworks, amounts written oil", and unexpended balances, leaving £176,411 as debitable against the com mission and other authorities. The amount available last year ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

gggg^^ssM^B'samsmamam 'T*HE babies' friend ^ and mothers' friend ■ II ISFil'^ t;,r'- Bcr'' fcmedy for teething children. Splendid ior relieving (evcrialir.c:.:, fretlulnejs, PINK • « •constipation, and pre venting convulsions. Contain no morphia, DMI/nAbsolutely safe for th# youny.t infant, Good for oM^r children too. AIICftcmsK. Is, per Packit, m— mi iiiii Mirrri hw nwSUfMiiHSS; DRONCHITIS ijfy; CURE Is the FINEST REMEDY In the WORLD (or COUGHS, CROUP and COLDS. THOSE who have had occasion to take HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE are astonished at Us WONDER. , I'UI. HEALING POWER. Sufferers from T'joiu'titis, Cough, Croup, Pain or Soreness in the Chest, Hoarseness, Diffi , - culty of Breathing, fewness,. Aithma, experience delightful and ,rapid relief. This medicine Is particularly valuable to tboie who are subject to Colds on the Chest, as it STRENGTHENS THE LUNGS and renders them les* susceptible. It is most comfortinj* in allaying Irritation in the Throat, and giving Strength to the Voi...

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HEATING WHEY. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

HEATING WHEY. Whey heated to lot) degrees as it passes t'l-oni the cheese vnt into th.i whey tunk will maintain a high tem perature for a long time, and prac tically all the acid forming and other bacteria will be killod. From £1 to S3 will put in the necessary apparatus, and Canadian chceseniakcrs estimate that it costs from 2/1 to 3/1 to treat tho whey resulting from making a ton of cheese. One of tho simplest methods of heating the whey is by tho diroct injection of steam into the whey tank, the contrivance being so arranged that, as the steam is admitted it will take on a rotary motion and thus heat the ou tiro contents of the tank moro evenly. This method of heating whey is "£ advantage to both the farmor and the cheesemaker. The farmer haa a sweeter ami better product to feed his calve* iiml pigs, and be knows he ii not bring ing tuberculosa or tome other diseasa on to his farm and into his herd. The o.heoscmaker i* benefited in that where the farmer has not the facilities for...

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AGRICULTURAL CO-OPERATION IN AUSTRALIA. THE PIG INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

AGRICULTURAL CO-OPERATION IN AUSTRALIA (By P. .1. CARROLL, Senior Inspector, Dairy Produce.) THE PIG INDUSTRY. Tig raising, which is a valuable ad junct to dairying, lias, for the reasons hereinafter given, been subject to sori ous fluctuations in price, the periods of high and low values coming in cy cles. The operations of large privato com panies who were the sole manufacturers of bacpn, and therefore the principal purchasers, were credited with manipu lating the prices to such an extent, when the supplies were large, that the values ruling left no margin for the producer. l'ricos as low as '2d. per pound for pork on its feet were not uncommon. Young and store pigs, as well as brood sows, could be had for the taking away, and it was uot an unusual thing .for the farmer to de stroy whole litters of pigs rather than rear them at the ruinous prices offer It can be readily understood that under such conditions the breeding of pigs was, if not discontinued alto gether, considerably cu...

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Cycling and Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd., Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

Cycling anil Motor Notes. AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH. Diinlop Hubber Co. .Wnlhoiime Ride Dunlop tyros—t,hoy are tho best. ' , Wlien the great European war is over, anrl its history cun bo writton in adequate fashion, the writer will bo surprised if it is not refeircd to as ft ; motoring campaign, and this not- 1 withstanding all that we read of tho : marching of troops in massed mil lions. It is true enough that the 1 pace of a man's walk cannot be in- ' creased, but what differentiates this war from all its predecessors is that the walking has been effectual, and. that there has been the minimum of waste of time either in the following of false scents or of standiug idle while awaiting tho reports of intelli gence bureaux. Scouting iu the pre- 1 sent fluid of operations is as different < from that of the Fniuco-German war I of 44 years ago as eoald well be im- I agined, what with motor cars fitted i with wireless installations, or flying I from outpost to base, to nay nothin...

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Shire Council. [?]TEMBER 2ND, 1914. [?]RY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

iHlre Council. ^ 2»d, 1914. 1-7 \Vintor (p«R* jr!. 'A. Stewart, Q |i,llK <2 Clark. J°bn 11 11 KvttI18, B. A. t[a,n \ fCSI'KR3' S iHcualivo tenders f«.inforood concrete i ? " 6i7 0 0 " 670 0 0 " 609 0 0 660 0 0 _ Cn " m 8 o i^ioM B68. 7 0 I ((lie Reinforced Con I Ited, aud the ques & Loard, to whom th« ■ijJJOiU"' * Ijorn'in'J61'. (jrivanie" JJlearmg about C5 chns 40 11 '3 33 3 3 30 0 0 . 27 10 0 fj "' 18 11 3 Lion Jjir accepted. ■uCoiutructing 1 clwiu 55 I^bcI ^ HcCusker.-, | Fold 9 10 0 9 0 0 |.j,r ncccpted. -Constructing culvert, 1 Egerton. 39 10 0 31 10 0 Tf«d "• '29 0 0 |-jer accepted. lu_\Ve3t Riding. [ring applications were mm [i Phillips ■iiCC JjKr said Fahey was the J said Ihcv could not get pe agreed that Fa hoy was Xbat there was nothing to fie oi the othsrs were not —3 were reduced to Messrs Kce and Fahey, and a vote Tjtentiul system resulted in electsd to tl\e posi ksisEER's Report. Uclly, C.B., reported as k-l«i, 1 inspected road at Jind recomnteud tha...

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Horticultural Show. PRIZE LIST FOR DECEMBER 9TH. Class A—Open to all Competitors. Cut Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

(Horticultural Show. PnizE List pok Deckmbrr 9th, Clnns A.—Opon to all Compotitors. Cut Flowers. 1—12 varieties Rosos (named); 1st, 10s 6d; 2nd, 3s Od 2—12 varieties Carnations (named); 1st 10d (id; 2nd, 3s 6.1 (prizes gift of Mr R. Shankland) Champion Rose in this Class; card— Class B—Opon to nil competitors. Dress Sprays and Buttonholes. 1—0 Buttonhole bouquets; 1st, 3s; 2nd, Is— 2—3 Ladies' Dress Sprays; 1st, 3i; 2nd, Is— 3—Floral Design. 1st, os (gift of Mrs Stewart); 2nd, card I—Hand Bouquet. 1st, 5s (gift of Mrs Stewart); 2nd, card Class C—Amateurs only. Plants in Pots. Sections 1 to 9 to be in bloom. 1—3 l'lauts in bloom (distinct species); 1st, plants value os tid; 2nd, 2s— 2—I Pelargonium (regal); 1st, plants value 2s (il; 2nd, Is— 3—1 Pelargonium (show); 1st, plants . value 2s fid; 2nd, 1«— 4—2 varieties regal or Show Pelargoni ums; 1st, 3s; 2nd la— 5—1 Zonal Pelargonium (single); 1st, plants value 2s Od; 2utl, Is— 0—1 Zonal Pelargonium (double); 1st, plants value 2s 0.1; ...

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The Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

The Rainfall. Following is a record of the rainfall for Ballan, as registered at the local Post Office. No record is taken 011 Sundays. Friday Saturday ... Monday Tuesday ... Wednesday Thursday ... Total for 1901 Total for 1905 Total for 1903 Total for 1907 Total for 1908 Total for 1909 Total for 1910 Total for 1911 Total for 1912 — POINTS 48 POINTS 2 POINTS — POINTS — POINTS — POINTS 2638 2:196 2581 1867 1647 2621 2516 3767 2310 January February Mareh April May June July ~ August September Oetobor November December Total for 1913. 929 118 481 311 208 229 174 160 210 136 Total for 1911. January February March April May June July August September October November 3139 117 6 97 181 185 117 321 70 ■132 58 2 J189

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Ballan Shire Patriotic Fund. Donations received last week: [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

Ballan Shire Patriotic Fund. Donations recoivod last week; £ s nr Arat. prev. acknowledged 212 12 4 Mr Jos. Sugg 10 Q Mr Walt. Cowell, 2ud instal 7 fi Dry Weather 5 0 Y«loak Vale Employees: W. Gordon, 2nd instalment 2 6 G. W. Morris „ * 2 6 T. Monk „ 2 6 A. Cooknon 2 fi A. Collins 2 8 £214 7 4 Donations received this weok: £ 8 D Ballan Sf\ire Council 20 0 0 Mr John E. Lay 5 0 Grand Total £20 5 0 £234.12 4

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Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

Vegetables. I—Best collection Vegetables, from seed 1st, bronze modal (gift of Messrs A. Yates and Co.) and 5s; 2nd, 2s Class J—18 miles radius. Arranged Floral Work. (No hothouse flowers allowed.) 1—Floral Cross; 1st, 3s; 2nd, is— 2—Best arranged Basket of Flowers- l«t 3s; 2nd, is 3 Floral Tnblo Ornament; 1st, 4s; 2nd. 4—6 Button-hole bouquots; 1st, 3s- 2nd is 1 » 6—3 Ladios' Dress .Sprays; 1st, 3s; 2nd Is 6—Best arranged Roses in Bowl (own foliage), 1st, 3s; 2nd, Is— '—Best decorated Dinner Table, 6x3 . provided—lst, 10s Gd; (gift of Mr J* (discard); 2nd, 3s 6d— 8—4 arranged Specimen Glasses; 1st 33; 2nd, 2s 0—Bridal Bouquet (no wire work al loivod). 1st, 'is; 2nd, Is— 10—Best Deuoratod Dinner Table (open to those who hive not won a first prize). 1st, 10s 6d; 2nd, 3s fid— 11—Best Arranged Sweet Peas in Bowl l»t, 3s; 2nd, Is Class K—18 miles radius. Fancy Work, &c. (In this class any article that has taken a first prize at this Society's show is not eligible for competition...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

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TEACHING THE CALF TO DRINK [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

TEACHING THE CALF TO DRINK Dou't slap him over the jaw if h* bites your finger. Don't try to starve him into submis sion. Don't back him into a corner if you can help it. Don't bale .him between your leg*. Don't try to drown him in the milk bucket. Dou't say anything if he butts and knocks over the milk; or jambs your fingers. Havo patience with the young ster; and get some more milk. Tt is quite natural for the calf to butt, and to turn his mouth upward*. He is only following his natural in stincts. You must liavo patience or let someone else do the job. Give him your fingers for the first few times aud pour ;i little warm milk into his mouth, then gradually turn his nose down to the lnu'ket. Don't. get augrv, remember ho is very hungry ami in his helplessness doeB not know how to satisfy hiB natural wants. You took him away from his mother and must give him a fair deal as a "Poddy." For pigs without skim nullt, bitrloy i ..<Mi :v !!tM» matter ii. addition, is a good bas...

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The Ballan Times. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. BALLAN, THURSDAY, NOV. 5, 1914 Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

/itI]y Balian ,rllinias. •nit THURSDAY. Bellas, Tiiuiisiuy, jSTov. 5, 1914 Local and General News. I » j The Bui In.11 show-will beholden i Wednesday, November 25th. Entries j close on Saturday, November 21st. ! The Ballan races will be held on Friday, December lltli. Entries close on Monday, November 30th. Note alterations in programme. The Ballarat show will be held on Friday and Saturday, November 20th and 21st. Entries close on Saturday, j October 31st. | The Hon. Secretary of ths Ballan Gnn Club desires to acknowledge with thanks the following donation: —Mr W. J. Andrew, J.P., 10/'. A lecture, under f he-auspices of the Ballan and Pent-land Hills A. and P. Society, entitled "The Principles of Manuring," will be delivered on Thursday, November 5th, by Mr T. A. J. Smith. The next shoot in connection with the Ballan Gun Club will bo held in the Showgrounds on Saturday, 14th November, when competition for an open stake of £5 will take place. There' will also be a team's match, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

Stone Jars Only. . Straw Color from A BOLS GIN PUKE AND VERT WHOLESOME. * DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER 835 TEA M AG NIE R'S Pure French Grape VBRAN DY The Original Hou STEWART, Edinbi Founded 1779. Stewart's Whisk A 8TRAIGHT TIP I " DRINK STEWA7VT8 LIVE STOCK INSURAnI ALL CLASSES OP STOCK .INSURED AGAINST DEATH lrt< ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER, BATES LOWEST CUKKUNT. 8LAIMS PROMPTLY PJ ACTIVE A&EKTS V.'AKTED WHERE NOT REPRESENT! APPLY TO BALGETY ® CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. INSURE WITH THI PHCENI ASSURANGE ( LIMITED. FOE FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLi LIABILITY, WORKERS' CO ... SATION INSURANCE ACTIVE AGENT WANTED WHERE NOT REPKESEN Full Particulars onapplicat DALGETY a CO. L MELBOURNE. (.Managers for Victoria. ITADAT rZXMANENTLY ffrdtUdhUrtrud Kidder' Outrte Ulceri. Intense! Muri SilVper bottle. Cfeei RESTORES ENEI S. A. PALMER, 481) FLINDERS LANE, MELBO W. MORGAN ® CO 250-6 SWANSTON ST., MELBOl Telephone, 1006. '...

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