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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 5 November 1914

Sunday Services. Presbyterian Church — Dalian, 11 and 7; Kgerton, 3—liev. K. J. Welch. Church of England—Ballnn, 11 and 7 Methodist Church—Sunday: Dalian— Afternoon at 3—

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

Stone Jars Only. , Straw Color from Age GIN PUKE AND VERY WHOLESOME. ' i DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED 6VER *35 TEAH MAGIMIER'S Pure French Grape "BRAN DY Cognac Stewart's The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. A 8TRAIQHT TIP I " DRINK 8TEWAF.T8

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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SUSCERIBILITY OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

SUSCEFTIBILITY OF MILK. As ail insince of the influence that objectionabliodours have on milk oven before beingdrawn from the cow, the following cat is reported:—A herd of milking cowaveie put in a field, in one part of wliic a calf liad been buried, but not sufficmtly deep. Thus tho cows breathed the.ir iufectcd with the mia sma of putrcaction. Tho milk of the cows was fond to be spoilt—not only so, but the mtagion seemed in some way to pass ■) the milk of aomo other cows that wre in contact with them in the milkin shed. Other facts show ing tlio sonsiveness of milk are cited. If a bowl ofmilk happens to be loft near n vessel ontaining a' preparation of tar, the u'k will ab«orb tho odour, and milk shtld bo avoided that hag been standin in the room of anyone suffering froistuberculosis. These facts demonstrate ho necessity of caro in handling milland show that cow jhods should be ke, in a condition of great cleanliness, al that even the air that the animals loathe should be pure.

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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GREEN CATS FOR FATTENING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

GREEN OATS FOR FATTENING I CATTLE The value of the groon Algerian oat crop for fastening sheep is gaining a high place in Tasmania farming opera tions. The '<rop grows so strongly in I this State tlat iu most districts it is necessary to teed the paddocks off up till Septembrr. While benefiting the | crop a good r:turn is also secured from the stock thu: fattened. In some cases Algerian oats are sown to provide feed aloue, and no' with uny idea of after wards cutting for hay. On the Pal merscon Estate, iu the Cressy district, the greater pa t of 200 acres was sown with Algerian! for such a purpose this season. It ii found that sheep are readily fatteuxl in this manner, and the paddocks urn otf a large number of fat stock. 3he land is also well ma nured by the iheep, and is ready for cultivation for the following crop at a very early stajje. By UBing the crops in this way tie manager (Mr. C. B. Stewart) has .oeeu enabled to turn off, on au average, over a fat shoep to the ...

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LOVER SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

Lover sickness. witch, special of his journal Plantliseascs are 110 respoctors of persons I- countries. Tho cropa of lemocrnf England nnA bureaucratic I liussia, " " sands lot nro dies and Tho or clovei Coutinoj Russia li |c cropa of tlio Czar of thou acres and of tho poaaant'a lie subject to -tho same inula venknessos. Iiblom of tho clover-sickness atiguo, as it is callotl on tlio has bcon prominent in _ some years, anil an ominont agricnltill scientist, Professor KofEo studied tho subject with re, has recorded tho results ,-estigationa in tho Russian Lr experimental agriculture. His oxn-iments werq made chiefly with potulturos, by which mothod ho wns nblo<^» oxaluilo outsldo influences; lie used foil suffering in a high degree from elo'crsiekness, as well as soil in which circs' bad never been cultivated, and as sowing that pot-culture afford ed satisictory means of studying tho question, the professor mentions that clover-sUnoss soon manifested itsolf in tho >il of ...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

f OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") The people of Victoria ar# indebted to the Hov. D. A. Oamoron for his public tribu'to to the magnificent cour ago with which the settlers In the drought-stricken districts are facing the troubles that aro thick upon thom. People who aro not brought into per sonal touch with the men on tho land in those parts and who form their con clusions from published reports of ap peals for Government assitauco and de tails of what the Government intend doing to help ..jttlers, are opt to over look the many sturdy men among those building up tho producing industries who are manfully mooting difficulties I that would discourage auy but tho stoutest-hearted. Mr. Cameron's ac count of what ho saw during a recont visit to tho northorn parts of tho Mal lee is thereforo timely and welcome. Speaking to n city congregation, he Ba'ul: "i visited the farthest parts of the Mallee, and 1 found that tho set tlers had no grievance against anyono or anything. They think tha...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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NOTES ON CHICKEN-RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

NOTES ON CHICKEN-RAISING There are a number of methods as rogards the actual brooding, which are in constant and successful use, and it is with these it is proposed to deal with the hen to mother the chicks, briefly. First, we have the natural way, Providing a good quiet hen is avail able, tliis is the simplest and at the same time, the most successful way of raising chicks, in small quantities. For the person who only wants to raise, say, up to a hundred chicks, broody hens will do tho work satisfactorily, and at a minimum of labour- Tho usual pro ««- w ■ ousting tntj iieu insect powder must be observed, as otherwise the chicks will not thrive as thoy ought. Another method of brooding, the "flreless," is still in favour with some people. A "fireless" brooder usually consists of a bos or frame about 20 in. square and six inches deep. The "roof" i or "hover" is composed of a frame i work of light wood, which carries a piece of blanket looselj stretched across it, so arranged as to re...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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IMPORTANCE OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

IMPORTANCE OF LIME. The British "Agricultural Gaz ette". writes:—"The gospel of lime is one that agricultural lecturers should continue to preach, for the most pro gressive farmerB have long since real ised the indispensibility of this ma terial as being essential to fertility; there are many others who are still careless as to whether their land is de ficient in lime, and never even take tho trouble to find out by small ex periments whether their practice of going on farming without lime is a good one. The virtues of lime have been demonstrated over and over again in different parts of the country. Wo have an instance before us of a manurial experiment on a field of meadow grass, and before the different plots were dressed with fertilisers tho whole of the ground was treated with ground lime. The plots as a whole stood out conspicuously above tho rest of the field, including one that re ceived no artificial manure, but only the lime. In short, one small plot in a big field has show...

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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

FOR WOMEN (By "Ambrosine.") Quite recently (writeB "Lady Kitty")) -I read a magnificently worded paragraph on the "Folly of giving way to Punk." It began—"It is just pure funk that makes some people keep their pursestringB tight at tho present juncture in national affairs," and after being wrought up to tho splendour of tho scntimont of tho paragraph, I found it ended with an advertisement for cor sets! Now this paragraph I am writing is rather of tho same unexpected order; it begins with gaiety and ends with the very opposite quality—seriousness. 1 embarked on tho groat adventure of a shoppiug expedition in town one day, and it was what 1 saw that inovod me to writs of it. First of all I met a girl proudly walking with a youth in khaki on oither side of her, and tho radiance of her face matched the clam ouring radiance ol' hor clothes,—yellow boots, mustard-coloured skirt, tomato *ilk blouse, and a purple hat. A fact, though I know, it is hard to believe it. Then I saw, one after a...

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—THE—MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXV. "COURAGE, VAL!" [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XXV. "COURAGE, VAL!" Raymond Duvil could scarcely be lieve his ey«s, nlion he saw his wife allow tbo Marquis of Bolgravo to kiss her hand. Involuntarily ho clenched ! his fist, and directly his guest had do parted, hurried upstairs to give her the . benefit of his opinion. On her side, it had scarcely been n ewe of permission, for Lord Belgrave had taken her completely by surprise; but Btill she was aware that sho could bare prevented it at the last moment, if it had not been for a wild desire to revenge herself upon her husband. Aa soon as she reached her room, she flew to the washstaml and plunged her band into a basin of water—as if an ocean could have washed out the stain of these sin-steeped lips. When Duval appeared, she put on an air as if sho were only washing her, hands just as usual, before retiring to rest, and he forgot to bo surprised that she had not waited to tako off her dress. He camo in, shut tbo door, lookod round to see that the maid w...

Publication Title: Ballan Times
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RULES FOR MIXING MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

, RULES FOR MIXING MANURES. A contributor in a Scottish contem porary gives some excellent advice on this subject. Always have the manure! in the finest possible condition, in order to ensure a uniform mixture. Never mix ammonia manures, including guano and dung, with lime, basic slag, or basic, superphosphate. Bo not mix nitrate of soda or of lime with superphosphate or dissolved bones. "When a mixture contains kainit or sulphate of potash it becomes sticky and pasty on keeping; it may, however, be used immediately after mixing. Basic slag should not bo mixed with superphosphate, but a che mical change takes place, and such a mixture is best avoided. All other man ures may be used in mixtures, but it is a wise plan never to store them in a mixed state. Where two manures which should not be mixed are being employed in a garden, apply them to the soil at different times, the interval not being less than three weeks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

m f1 RIGHT T l¥* Mil i r 1 H W 8 %* To make your selection of Flower and Vegetable seeds—JJrunnings goods have stood the test and for quality and reliability cannot be surpassed Call for a catalogue and guide. - All goods will be supplied at Melbourne Prices. - - - A.T. Blake &Co. The Best Seeds For Gardens and Farms. ' Sow Now ^TATE'S Reliable Flower ancl Vegetable Seeds, , Y j,"Y & *y, - \d Sold by R SI I A.N Mi. AM). illgllS St., Ballan. .<• ;s;n florse Rugs, Cow Rugs, Buggy Rugs, 5In(fe of the Best Material, Hand Stitched easy to put on and cannot hhift. fihe Cheapest and Best made Rugs on the market—Call and Inspect. Legging.*. Fooriial Is. Harriet. Riainc .""addles, Collars, "Winkers, Spurs, Whips, Bits Oils. DivssiiiLr. BU.-totv, Gall Cure, Grease. English and Colonial li-atlnn* stocked. J. T. DARCY'S SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, INQLIS ST., BALLAN. 0. Marks and Co., Corner Sturt and Lydiard Streets, BALLARAT. Grand display of late>r rtesicriis of ...

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THE LATEST "CRANK" IN COW KEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

THE LATEST "CRANK" IN COW KEEPING. ^ Whatever has appeared in the Eng lieh newspapers and journals during the past few years relative to m<llt and the milk trade has not been Of a quality to afford much satisfaction to tho9e concerned in the calling. Nearly every general and trade paper has had evil things to say of the milk producer and dairyman. Hitherto, however, we do not remember that the journals de voted to music and musicians) have had a say; but it has come at last, and, music being the last utterance of Art, one may look for the artistic side of the question when a journal devoted to music touches upon the subject. The June issue of "Music" contains the following gentle and amusing touch upon matters affecting dairying:— Pianoforte manufacturers may at last assure themselves of an extended per iod of good trade. Even when the play er boom is over they need have no fear, for another opening has been discover ed for the household instrument. Mir. John Welford decl...

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Bacchus Marsh Township Drainage. At Monday's council meeting, Mr A. Mackenzie Tyers (engineer) reported as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

Bacchus Marsh Township Drainage. At Monday's council meeting, Mr A. Mackenzie Tycrs (engineer) re ptu-iuil as follows:— Draining in Main street would not provide a, drainage scheme for the j wholo town. This street, Joes not | appear to in,' ut tlm lowest part, and | it seems likely that the bent place for n town sewer would ho found at the ! back of the residences that face the .Main street. Hut there is rio plan j showing occupancy, and 110 contour map showing levels, by means o£ which a >chemc could bo worked out. The engineer said the schurae pro ! posed by Messrs Fowler and Little ! was the only favorable one, but that : was liable to be attacked by tree i roots. The concrete slabs would be ! very difficult to work. J Cr Alkemade said tiiey desired to I deal with Grant aud Main streets.. ! The present channels should bo dress 1 ed, so as to make a smooth-faced ; drain. The spots at each tree conld ; be dealt with, and at a cost or : £1500 suvolv something satisfactory , coul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

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Warrenheip Election. Mr E. J. Hogan at Ballan. [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

Warrenheip Election. Mr E. J. Hogan at Ballan. S,'r V°; (which, Ml- Hogau said ft.e Victor!.,,, Pl I lm> n i li, 1 .1: . i t L ' W), t 111;I'D UII - ,V T"'as P»^''ased, cut up, and "Olfl. It Was liow stated that this place was infected will, fluke clll0 sheepmen present knew what that meant), still people were induced to purchase without any hints bein nlve" us to the presence of this clis^ ease. Me considered a crime had been perpetrated on the seitiers. J'liun there was the marketing of farm pro, 1 nee. particularly potatoes.; Mere again this Government that' posed as the fanners' friend had phiv- j ii peculiar part. J„ one of the ••5ta es an inspection fee had to bo 1 .paid before yotafrms warn lie ( Mr Hogan) brought it, up in the I House, asking to have the matter' rootilied, and the Watt-.Murrav Gov- : eminent only jeered at the proposal. Finally, after IS months' battling, the i West Australian Government agreed to reduce the fee from 15/' to 2/6 per ton, \o thanks were du...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE The Grandest Remedy (or COUGHS and COLDS A dOM or two la generally sufficient KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE SOLD by all CHEMISTS and STOKES W. BENNETT. JJMVELL»*, BRIDCE-ST., BALLARAT. -(EateUiabed SO Yeara> Beat Value in WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWEIAERY, ELKCT1W PLAT*, MLVIR WARJC, SPECTACLES, Ac. PiMMtallMi and WeMing Olftt a tpealalHy. Engagement and Wadding Ringa. Jewellery Re-made or Taken in Exchange. IVA1B8 Or ALL KINDS. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. L. A. FAIRBAIRN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, A GENERAL AGENTS, BALLAN, BACCHUS MARSH, AND MELBOURNE. KBLBOtJRNE OFFIOE.—2 ST. JAMES' BPILDING8, 135 WILLIAM-ST. SALES CONDDOTED : Thursday i" Month; BAOOHD8 itARSH—Second Thursday; NEWMABKBT—Brecy'Wssk. Okuing SsIk reoeivo Prompt Att©ol4o«; ?ir#. Woek Bill! a Speci ality.: Bents- Colleoted; Trust lftoaey to Lend; Valuation! Madsj Fire Insuranoo. do. L. A. FAIRBAIRN.—R. M. DUCDALE. R. J. FAIRBAIRN. BETfER AGRICULTURAL SEEDS It costs you no more to buy OUR Agricultural Se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

THE babies' friend— and mother*' friend ■ tt EUJCR'S'00' Best remedy lot "*2±2teething children. Splendid for relieving I ul| fcverlshness, fretfulneu, [PINK • • • conatipation, and pre venting convuliloni. Contain no morphia. linUfllFRS Ab,oIu,eIV ,a'e ,or the |rUW»fc"yvnunM!.t Infant. Good for older children too. AIICkMliti. 11. pir Piuktt,

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TURF TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

TURF TOPICS (By "Flemington.") By bis running in the Linlithgow Stakes ou Thursday of last week, it was made plainly evident that we did not see tlio- best of Woorak at the just concluded campaign. The Traquair colt ran .^o badly in the Linlithgow as to ■suggest the probability that he had started to go off even before the Derby in which he made sucl a disappoint ing showing. Woorak' is no stayer. Pace is undoubtedly his strong point. But he should not bo! judged by his recent Flemiugton performances, since it is clear that he was so much below himself. J It is quite likely thlt we will have Woorak over here agait in the autumn. A race like the Newniirket Handicap should 1)0 more to hisfliking than dis tance events, especiallj on his recent form should lead to uis declining a little in the estimation jtf the handicap ped With a nice gallcfing weight on him, Woorak will dash down the New market straight at a grmt pace. "When Red Signal ,tni Lesbos meet in the chief juvcuii ovents of ...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Ballan Times — 12 November 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (Prom our Special Correspondent.) Eighteen millions for Australia and our millions of it f„,. Victoria is a Hnin1,'1,- ,1;'1 S,1lvoi:s t0 some extent the Jiniut ol the clouds which have ovor b'luulou'c, the spring festivities Trad L'rate i fl a rC t0 take h'L'art "f at'iuvrit -finaiu:ial outlook, for, »t an\ rate, the immediate future The emoval 0/ the possibility of bavins to finance the big State undertakings with to t ,n W,1"taI should 8'v0 impetus crt-it .vl [PnSe.Which has been '0 a § e-Ment paralysed during the past lew months. The drought will pass as an such lean periods do, and there will during i i? .. of llle lessons learned ,."f V'"0 0f stress- a more iVrn i - 1 ?treiluous development of roduciag ami possibly, of manufactur '»„ industries, which will bo of im mense all-round benefit. Those who , ® money to invest—and there are irons-' s.llcl}~!lavu "o reason to be tin.. . "I' ,¥ ls' 1'erhaps, a loug long way Jm., . 0 l:ml 0f the but circum (he effe.N fff...

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